Wright County Board Minutes

Board MinutesBoard of Wright County CommissionersJuly 6, 2021Date Approved: July 20, 2021
The Wright County Board met in regular session at 9:00 A.M. with Husom, Vetsch, Daleiden, Wetter, and Kaczmarek present.
COUNTY BOARD MINUTES 6-22-21 MEETING
Husom moved to approve the minutes from 6-22-21. The motion was seconded by Vetsch and carried 5-0.
AGENDA
Vetsch moved to approve the Agenda. The motion was seconded by Husom and carried 5-0.
CONSENT AGENDA
Kaczmarek requested to pull Items C1 (AG & Drainage), and D1 (Attorney) for discussion and clarification. Vetsch requested to pull Item B1 (Administration – Finance) due to a scheduling conflict.
Kaczmarek moved to approve the Consent Agenda with the removal of Items B1 (Administration – Finance), C1 (AG & Drainage), and D1 (Attorney) for discussion and clarification. The motion was seconded by Wetter and carried 5-0.
* Items B1, C1, and D1 for discussion.
A. ADMINISTRATION
1. Request approval and authorization of signature of a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) to allow Teamsters Local 320 (Courthouse) members to donate accrued Vacation Time to Eligibility Specialist Whitney Moran
B. ADMINISTRATION - FINANCE
1. *Schedule a Finance/CIP Committee meeting for July 14, 2021. Topics for the meeting will include:
A. Investment review
B. Fiscal Agent Contracts
C. 2022 CIP
2. Acknowledge Warrants issued between June 16, 2021 and June 29, 2021 (See Below, Item IX. Warrants Issued)
C. AG & DRAINAGE
1. *Approval of Payment Application #1 of $147,546.68 to Molnau Trucking, LLC for highway culvert repairs on County Ditch #10
D. ATTORNEY
1. *Refer the following positions to the next Personnel Committee meeting
A. Full-time Attorney for the Civil Division
B. Full-time Legal Administrative Assistant
E. HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES
1. Position replacement
A. Office Technician II
B. Eligibility Specialist
C. Social Worker (.5FTE)
F. HIGHWAY
1. In accordance with the Wright County Financial Policies & Procedures, due to the dollar amount, the Highway Department is requesting approval to enter into a Professional Engineering Services Agreement with Oertel Architects. Funding for these professional services will come from the county’s CIP fund for 2021
G. INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
1. Request to fill open IT Technical Support Specialist position
ITEMS PULLED FROM CONSENT AGENDA TO BE DISCUSSED
B. ADMINISTRATION – FINANCE
1. Schedule a Finance/CIP Committee meeting for July 14, 2021. Topics for the meeting will include:
A. Investment review
B. Fiscal Agent Contracts
C. 2022 CIP
Vetsch stated the Finance/CIP Committee meeting is a continuation of previous discussions regarding investments and the Capital Improvement Plan (CIP). Vetsch is unable to attend the meeting on July 14, 2021 and requested to reschedule it on Monday, July 19, 2021. Vetsch contacted staff; there are no conflicts with the proposed date change.
Husom moved to approve Item B1 under the Consent Agenda, scheduling the Finance/CIP Committee meeting at 10:00 a.m., July 19, 2021. The motion was seconded by Vetsch and carried 5-0.
C. AG & DRAINAGE
1. Approval of Payment Application #1 of $147,546.68 to Molnau Trucking, LLC for highway culvert repairs on County Ditch #10
Kaczmarek stated there are additional culvert repairs Molnau Trucking, LLC has been contracted to complete. Following the completion of County Ditch #10 at County Road 6, the company’s permit was revoked and re-issued with additional stipulations to ensure repairs are completed on time.
AG & Drainage Coordinator, Matthew Detjen clarified the payment is for work that has already been completed on County Ditch #10. Molnau Trucking, LLC has been contracted for three additional culvert repairs. The project is insured for two years for issues such as potholes or sinking.
Molnau Trucking, LLC is scheduled to start the next of the three culvert repairs on August 22, 2021.
Kaczmarek moved to approve Item C1 under the Consent Agenda, approving the payment Application #1 of $147,546.68 to Molnau Trucking, LLC for highway culvert repairs on County Ditch #10. The motion was seconded by Vetsch and carried 5-0.
D. ATTORNEY
1. Refer the following positions to the next Personnel Committee meeting
A. Full-time Attorney for the Civil Division
B. Full-time Legal Administrative Assistant
Kaczmarek recognized and acknowledged the detailed background and justification submitted with the request for the two additional positions. County Attorney Brian Lutes said he wanted to be transparent and explain the need for these two positions.
Daleiden asked if it would be possible to use the American Rescue Plan (ARP) funds for the full-time Legal Administrative Assistant position because of issues that arose from COVID-19. Lutes said COVID-19 changed the way the department does business. Virtual court dates through Zoom have increased and additional work must be done prior to each virtual court trial.
County Administrator, Lee Kelly said position expenses are eligible. The county needs to determine how to use the American Rescue Plan funds.
Kaczmarek moved to approve Item D1 under the Consent Agenda, referring the following positions to the next Personnel Committee meeting. The motion was seconded by Husom and carried 5-0.
TIMED AGENDA ITEMS
WRIGHT SOIL AND WATER CONSERVATION DISTRICT, ALICIA O’HARE
Approve South Fork Crow River One Watershed One Plan Memorandum of Agreement (MOA)
O’Hare explained the South Fork Crow River partners have submitted an application for funding to begin writing a comprehensive watershed plan for the South Fork Crow River Watershed. The application is strengthened by the acceptance of a MOA showing each entity’s commitment to the process. The grant will be announced in August.
Entities include: McLeod County, Renville County, Meeker County, Kandiyohi County, Buffalo Creek Watershed District, McLeod County Soil & Water Conservation District (SWCD), Renville County SWCD, Meeker County SWCD, Kandiyohi County SWCD, Wright County SWCD, Carver County SWCD, and the City of Winsted.
Vetsch moved to approve the South Fork Crow River One Watershed One Plan MOA. The motion was seconded by Wetter and carried 5-0.
HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT, VIRGIL HAWKINS
Approve MnDOT Detour Agreement (MnDOT Contract No. 1047217). This agreement provides MnDOT to use County State Aid Highway (CSAH) 6 as a detour route for Trunk Highway 24 traffic for the Trunk Highway 24 roundabout construction at Hemlock Street in Annandale.
Hawkins said the detour is scheduled to last approximately 42-days, dependent upon weather. The county will be reimbursed $3,305.
Husom moved to approve MnDOT Detour Agreement (contract no. 1047217) to use County State Aid Highway 6 as a detour route for Trunk Highway 24. The motion was seconded by Vetsch and carried 5-0.
Vetsch moved to approve the resolution for the detour. The motion was seconded by Husom and carried 5-0 on a roll call vote.
Set Transportation Committee of the Whole (TCOTW) meeting to discuss transportation items.
Hawkins said there are several items to discuss.
• Preview Local Option Sales Tax (LOST) Program Open House information
• Updates and revisions to the Five-Year Plan (2021-2024)
• Update on MnDOT’s Trunk Highway 25 Corridor Study / City of Buffalo Housing
• Monarch Candidate Conservation Agreement with Assurances (CCAA) and potential listing as endangered
Vetsch asked if there will be an update regarding traffic patterns once the new Government Center opens. Hawkins said the Long-Range Transportation Plan conducted in 2019 did not recommend any changes other than staggering start and end times to help reduce the flow of traffic. A roundabout is planned to replace the signal at the intersection of Highway 83 and County Road 25 in 2023.
Husom moved to set the Transportation Committee of the Whole meeting at 10:30 a.m., July 27, 2021. The motion was seconded by Vetsch and carried 5-0.
ITEMS FOR CONSIDERATION
ADMINISTRATION
Topics for discussion at the July 13, 2021 Workshop; Schedule Meetings as Needed, and Dental Clinic Project
Kelly reviewed the items on the agenda for the County Board Workshop and asked if the commissioners would like to add any additional topics for discussion.
The commissioners agreed to add the following items to the agenda:
• 2022 Budget Overview
• American Rescue Plan (ARP) Update
• Welker School Building
• Compost Facility Status Update
TECHNOLOGY COMMITTEE MEETING MINUTES 6-23-21
Vetsch moved to accept the Technology Committee meeting minutes and recommendations from 6-23-21. The motion was seconded by Kaczmarek and carried 5-0.
Commissioner Daleiden mentioned the need for an updated inventory of county owned software programs. Information Technology Director, Matt Fomby explained there is ongoing discussion regarding hiring a contractor to complete an independent assessment of all software programs the county owns. The contractor will produce a report and the information will provide the IT department guidance moving forward.
I. Project Updates
Andrea Benedict, IT O365 Architect, updated on the CAMA project. Benedict announced that she will be leaving Wright County for another opportunity. She has met with IT BA (Business Analyst) Jeremy Kringler to pass the project on to him. Presently the main items being worked on are file mapping and the VPN Connection. The goal is completion of the project by the end of 2021.
The Administration Event Scheduler was covered by IT BA Kevin Kaszynski. The HHS, Health & Human Services, Department is looking to sign with QFlow in June. The License Center is looking to use Qmatic in the New Government Center. Acuity is being used currently for DMV, Planning & Zoning, Recorders, and others throughout the County. Commissioner Mark Daleiden questioned the plan to have three separate scheduling platforms. Jim O’Dell, HHS, noted that the requirements of HHS differed significantly enough from the License Center to drive the need for a separate tool, also that HHS will be handling the majority of work for the application. Jami Goodrum Schwartz added that QFlow provides for many benefits and efficiencies for HHS. Matthew Fomby, IT Director, also stated that Acuity is a low cost, low effort product being that if another product shows that it would work better the switch would be relatively easy to do. O’Dell ended with the thought that these initiatives could be seen as pilot projects to see which product is the best for the County.
The New Government Center Technology was reviewed by IT Director Matthew Fomby. CISCO networking equipment continues to arrive with the IT team prepping it for configuration.
The SQL Server project was updated by IT Supervisor, Mike Janckila. Six SQL servers will be updated and replaced in May and June. Three new ones will be built up. Applications will be moved per week. Janckila will work with Department Business Owners to ensure a smooth move and timely testing is done.
The Enterprise Resource Planning Project (ERP) was reviewed by Fomby. The Tuesday, May 25th, Board Meeting saw the official termination of the contract with Ciber, the implementation vendor. Ciber was simply not getting the job done for the County and it was time to move on. Currently the ERP team is in the discovery phase with a new vendor, the goal being to move that along in a timely manner to keep the project moving.
The Website Redesign project was reviewed by Matthew Fomby, IT Director, stating that the update will provide basic visual and compliance updates including mobile view, ADA compliance, etc. Links and other items will all remain the same. Jessi Miller, Court Services Office Manager, questioned if there was a specific timeline as her team is currently updating their website as preparation for the County update. Fomby replied that the goal is to align with the opening of the New Government Center.
Cindy Hohl, Attorney Office Manager, requested a status update on the MNCIS Court program, ConnieMae Cooper, IT, stated that there is a vendor access issue that IT is working through. Mark Kellogg, IT Manager, will provide Hohl with an update from the Infrastructure Team.
RECOMMENDATION: Informational Only.
II. Solution Architect Updates
Andrea Benedict, O365 Architect, updated the Committee on several initiatives throughout O365. InTune is currently being revised with the various cell phone operating systems, with Android being currently completed and Apple coming next. With Benedict leaving, Josh Fox and Jesus Castillo, both IT, will be rolling out a plan to reconfigure the InTune connection towards the end of summer. Josh Happel, IT, will be shifting his work to moving SharePoint forward in the Roadmap, by cleaning up workflows, and a big focus of recreating workflows from Nintex to PowerApps. Nintex will drastically increase in price with SharePoint online, making this shift of more importance. As part of the Team 2.0 rollout allowing the usage of channels and groups, there has been a self-serve Power Apps workflow created for staff to request a team, this process is purely to allow the inventory of said Teams to be managed, which can become messy if not. Finally, Benedict is passing along movement of the Bookings application to Fomby and Fox. The O365 Architect position has been posted.
ConnieMae Cooper, ECM (Enterprise Content Management) Architect updated the committee on various projects within the County. Cooper plans on conducting Lunch-N-Learns in July to encourage staff to learn more about the OnBase platform by providing tips and a deeper dive on learning. The Administration of Official Records project has been moving along successfully. It has allowed the Board Packets to be captured in a digital form and more easily accessible for official signature, saving the County both time and money. Cooper has also been working on The Sheriff Public Access to Foreclosure Notifications and the Surveyor Capture and Archive of Project Records. OnBase usage continues to grow in efficiency throughout the County.
RECOMMENDATION: Informational Only
III. New Project Requests
Rebecca Murphy, IT, brought to the Committee two new project requests, both from HHS. The first is the HHS Uniflow Public Scanners, to connect the new multi-function devices (printers /scanners) in HHS into the OnBase System. Christine Partlow, HHS Business Manager, stated that HHS brought IT in from the beginning stating their plan and needs, but that HHS has been waiting on IT for the work to be completed. Fomby stated that the IT team that was present in the meeting was not aware that the new printer contract needed to be a project, it ended up needing 40 hours of unplanned infrastructure time to build servers for the initiative, this in turn took time away from scheduled projects and plans. Architect’s Cooper and Benedict advised that perhaps other IT staff be present in technical discussion meetings to provide discovery of needs from the start. Fomby also stressed that he would rather not make everything a project as that slows processes down. IT will proceed with the project. The second request is for HHS wanting to move from Survey Monkey to Qualtrics, this project is being aimed at being a Fast-Track project as HHS will be handling most of the work.
RECOMMENDATION: Proceed with projects.
IV. 2021 Project Portfolio Summary
Rebecca Murphy reviewed the Project Summary with the Committee focusing on a few items. Many items were covered already in the meeting. A strategic project focus will be on HHS EDMS, Electronic Document Management Systems, with that being an item to review in more detail by the strategy team. The overall management of the Online Land Division plan is also being reviewed with Tanya West County Recorder. Projects continue to make progress across the County.
RECOMMENDATION: Informational Only
V. CIP Technology Planning
Matthew Fomby, IT Director, requested that departments inform IT about any planned projects so that accompanying technological needs can be planned and budgeted for.
RECOMMENDATION: Informational Only
ADVISORY COMMITTEE/ADVISORY BOARD UPDATES
County Budget. Kelly said departments have been busy preparing budgets. Budget books are due on July 9, 2021 and budget sessions will follow.
American Rescue Plan (ARP). Kelly stated additional departments have submitted potential uses for funds. There will also be discussion regarding hiring a firm to assist with finding additional funds.
University of Minnesota Extension. Wetter attended the Extension meeting on June 24, 2021. The group discussed the possibly of sharing a Horticulture Extension Educator between Meeker County, McLeod County and Wright County. The proposal is for a .75 full-time employee with benefits, costing each county approximately $5,400 annually.
Water Management Task Force. Wetter attended the meeting on June 24, 2021. The members discussed the North Fork Crow River, serval projects, and regional priorities. An implementation update was given as well.
12 Mile 319 Grant. Wetter said this grant is expected in the fall which would be $250,000 and can be used for four years.
Water and Soil Conservation District (WSCD). Wetter said Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) is the federal version of WSCD, and it’s hosting local work groups in July.
Central Mississippi Regional Planning Partnership (CMRP). Vetsch attended the meeting on June 24, 2021. The partnership formally adopted the Framework 2030 plan. The CMRP also formally adopted the plan to go forward with hiring a contract worker for the next 12 to 18 months, to help solidify the action plan. CMRP will be receiving the deliverables in the next 30-days from Planning Next. CMRP also adopted a plan to go forward with branding the organization. Daleiden met with the group which hired a local individual to develop branding for PowerPoint presentations, letterhead, and brochures.
Buffalo Township. Husom and Detjen attended the meeting on June 22, 2021. County Ditch #17 was discussed and there was a redetermination of benefits which all parties agreed to.
State Community Health Services Advisory Committee. Husom stated there was discussion regarding the transformation of the public health system and the three simple rules of the state local public health partnership: seek first to understand, make expectations explicit, and think about the part and the whole. Essentially, the role of public health is to diagnose problems and use data to find solutions. There is a lot of work being done to strengthen public health by doing pilot projects. Social vulnerability is a focus at the community level. The committee talked about what makes people more vulnerable. Essentially, the socio-economic status, house composition, disability, minority status language and transportation.
Fair Board. Kaczmarek said everything has been prepared for the upcoming Wright County Fair which is July 21 – July 25, 2021.
Planning & Zoning. Kaczmarek attended the Planning and Zoning meeting last week which lasted four hours. Kaczmarek would like to revisit, using a clock to help keep meetings on task.
Transportation Bill. Vetsch informed the Commissioners and Kelly that the Transportation Bill was signed by the Governor. Within the bill, is funding for opening all Department of Vehicle Services (DVS) across the state. Vetsch asked if the commissioners would be interested in sending a letter to the State, asking to consider additional funding for our area for testing services as well as requesting a meeting. Flaherty and Hood will draft a letter on the board’s behalf.
The meeting adjourned at 9:58 a.m.
County Board Minutes submitted by Angie Fisher, Administrative Specialist
Published in the Herald Journal, Aug. 6, 2021.
Wright CountyWarrants for PublicationWarrants Approved For Payment 6/17/2021
US BANK VOYAGER FLEET SYSTEMS 20,686.83
Final total 20,686.83
Wright CountyWarrants for PublicationWarrants Approved For Payment 6/17/2021
US BANK-PROCUREMENT CARDS 46,175.95
Final total 46,175.95
Wright CountyWarrants for PublicationWarrants Approved On 6/18/2021 For Payment 6/18/2021
ALBERTVILLE/CITY OF 2,580.00
ANOKA COUNTY CORRECTIONS 18,212.54
BOND TRUST SERVICES CORPORATION 3,127.50
CENTRAL MN GUARDIANSHIP & CONSER SERV
2,200.00
DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS 14,260.00
GREEN VIEW INC 24,012.53
HOISINGTON KOEGLER GROUP INC 4,626.25
MULTIVISTA MN 2,820.00
PLAGGERMAN/MARGARET M 3,375.81
REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MN 50,046.25
RETROFIT COMPANIES INC 3,137.28
WM CORPORATE SERVICES, INC. 2,763.98
48 payments less than 2000 17,101.40
Final total 148,263.54
Wright CountyWarrants for PublicationWarrants Approved On 6/18/2021 For Payment 6/18/2021
AFSCME LOCAL 2685 4,066.85
AIG RETIREMENT COMPANY 7,347.92
HEALTH PARTNERS 36,156.62
ING 12,523.00
LOCAL 320 4,527.00
MATRIX TRUST COMPANY 3,475.00
MN BENEFIT ASSOCIATION 2,491.67
MN CHILD SUPPORT PAYMENT CENTER 2,193.00
MSRS HEALTH CARE SAVINGS PLAN 32,363.57
NATIONWIDE RETIREMENT SOLUTIONS 2,797.00
PUBLIC EMP RETIREMENT ASSN 391,303.04
WRIGHT CO CAFETERIA PLAN 30,953.99
8 payments less than 2000 4,990.38
Final total 535,189.04
Wright CountyWarrants for PublicationWarrants Approved On 6/18/2021 For Payment 6/18/2021
AMAZON BUSINESS 2,699.51
DIAMOND VOGEL 3,850.20
I & S GROUP INC 3,086.00
INGHAM INSTITUTE 3,511.00
LUDENIA LANDSCAPING 2,640.00
MARTIN MARIETTA MATERIALS 8,815.95
MSSA INC 7,245.00
TECH KNOW SYSTEMS INC 3,696.00
THECO INC 2,375.00
WRIGHT HENNEPIN COOP ELEC ASSN 2,783.66
15 payments less than 2000 7,894.79 15
Final total 48,597.11
Wright CountyWarrants for PublicationWarrants Approved For Payment 6/21/2021
INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (IRS) 479,022.88
MN DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES 4,360.40
MN DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE 95,885.82
Final total 579,269.10
Wright CountyWarrants for PublicationWarrants Approved On 6/21/2021 For Payment 6/21/2021
ALBERTVILLE/CITY OF 2,520,022.22
ALBION TOWNSHIP 229,523.47
ANNANDALE/CITY OF 938,091.52
BUFFALO HRA 151,633.54
BUFFALO TOWNSHIP 2 91,828.36
BUFFALO/CITY OF 4,869,970.22
CHATHAM TOWNSHIP 181,430.09
CLEARWATER RIVER WATERSHED 264,376.14
CLEARWATER TOWNSHIP 297,322.51
CLEARWATER/CITY OF 711,094.95
COKATO TOWNSHIP 225,472.81
COKATO/CITY OF 854,992.92
CORINNA TOWNSHIP 629,708.37
DAYTON/CITY OF 22,937.42
DELANO/CITY OF 2,169,413.88
FRANKLIN TOWNSHIP 635,148.12
FRENCH LAKE TOWNSHIP 194,288.31
HANOVER EDA 19,313.70
HANOVER/CITY OF 807,174.45
HOWARD LAKE/CITY OF 912,013.72
INDIAN LAKE IMPROVEMENT DIST 11,743.65
LAKE JOHN IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT 17,259.32
MAPLE LAKE IMPROVEMENT DIST 24,382.03
MAPLE LAKE TOWNSHIP 375,800.64
MAPLE LAKE/CITY OF 788,029.75
MARYSVILLE TOWNSHIP 333,862.61
MIDDLEVILLE TOWNSHIP 160,538.30
MN STATE TREASURER-TIF 5,799.66
MONTICELLO TOWNSHIP 439,868.13
MONTICELLO/CITY OF 6,690,167.61
MONTROSE/CITY OF 848,396.32
OTSEGO/CITY OF 4,658,530.27
PORT AUTHORITY 27,835.92
ROCKFORD TOWNSHIP 617,415.36
ROCKFORD/CITY OF 839,177.98
SCHOOL DISTRICT NO 111 TR 37,381.82
SCHOOL DISTRICT NO 2687 219,217.42
SCHOOL DISTRICT NO 466 133,225.52
SCHOOL DISTRICT NO 728 810,600.39
SCHOOL DISTRICT NO 742 58,974.97
SCHOOL DISTRICT NO 876 320,020.24
SCHOOL DISTRICT NO 877 959,301.71
SCHOOL DISTRICT NO 879 345,338.32
SCHOOL DISTRICT NO 881 170,515.90
SCHOOL DISTRICT NO 882 671,244.08
SCHOOL DISTRICT NO 883 142,160.06
SCHOOL DISTRICT NO 885 850,247.06
SILVER CREEK TOWNSHIP 587,878.85
SOUTH HAVEN/CITY OF 81,914.81
SOUTHSIDE TOWNSHIP 301,074.10
ST MICHAEL EDA 78,102.67
ST MICHAEL/CITY OF 4,329,903.74
STOCKHOLM TOWNSHIP 195,865.36
VICTOR TOWNSHIP 247,796.67
WAVERLY/CITY OF 665,571.79
WOODLAND TOWNSHIP 237,668.30
2 payments less than 2000 667.12
Final total 44,209,235.17
Wright CountyWarrants for PublicationWarrants Approved On 6/22/2021 For Payment 6/22/2021
ARAMARK SERVICES INC 8,178.00
BLACKSTONE CONTRACTORS LLC 52,414.71
CDW GOVERNMENT INC 4,922.38
DATABANK IMX LLC 9,600.00
FURTHER 2,631.50
HOUSTON ENGINEERING INC 4,656.50
INSIGHT PUBLIC SECTOR INC 7,400.00
LGI HOMES GROUP LLC 27,000.00
22 payments less than 2000 6,041.94
Final total 122,845.03
Wright CountyWarrants for PublicationWarrants Approved For Payment 6/23/2021
MN DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE 720,418.04
Final total 720,418.04
Wright CountyWarrants for PublicationWarrants Approved On 6/24/2021 For Payment 6/24/2021
GRANITE ELECTRONICS 44,746.80
GUARDIAN FLEET SAFETY LLC 2,603.44
HOWARD/JOLANTA 4,810.00
MINNESOTA MONITORING INC 21,251.50
SKYNORTH SOFTWARE LLC 3,802.50
30 payments less than 2000 15,920.56 Final total 93,134.80
Wright CountyWarrants for PublicationWarrants Approved For Payment 6/24/2021
MN DEPARTMENT OF MOTOR VEHICLE 16,899.86
QUADIENT LEASING USA, INC. 7,500.00
Final total 24,399.86
Wright CountyWarrants for PublicationWarrants Approved On 6/25/2021 For Payment 6/25/2021
HARTFORD 25,720.89
WRIGHT HENNEPIN ELECTRIC 4,126.00
19 payments less than 2000 6,795.46
Final total 36,642.35
Wright CountyWarrants for PublicationWarrants Approved On 6/25/2021 For Payment 6/25/2021
BRAUN INTERTEC CORPORATION 15,069.00
CIVIL ENGINEERING SITE DESIGN LLC 47,250.00
HENNEPIN COUNTY TREASURER 2,446.81
JK LANDSCAPING 8,300.00
KNIFE RIVER 3,155,355.45
MID-MINNESOTA HOT MIX INC 17,339.48
VARITECH INDUSTRIES INC 44,700.00
14 payments less than 2000 9,372.99
Final total 3,299,833.73
Wright CountyWarrants for PublicationWarrants Approved On 6/28/2021 For Payment 6/28/2021
ACCENT ELECTRIC AND AUTOMATION INC 2,500.00
CONSTELLATION JUSTICE SYSTEMS 17,649.00
MOTOROLA SOLUTIONS INC 17,081.11
SPRINT 2,105.48
THOMSON REUTERS WEST PUBLISHING CORP
2,607.69
27 payments less than 2000 8,378.79
Final total 50,322.07
Wright CountyWarrants for PublicationWarrants Approved On 6/28/2021 For Payment 6/28/2021
ALL STATE COMMUNICATIONS INC 42,300.09
AMERICAN STRUCTURAL METALS INC 4,160.00
BOSER CONSTRUCTION INC 34,687.32
HIGH PERFORMANCE COATINGS INC 14,125.29
NOVA FIRE PROTECTION INC 18,716.00
PATRIOT ERECTORS INC 2,052.11
STRONGHOLD INDUSTRIES INC 1 1,390.00
US SITEWORK INC 182,577.48
WILLMAR ELECTRIC SERVICE CORP 13,108.68
2 payments less than 2000 2,096.47 Final total 374,898.89
Wright CountyWarrants for PublicationWarrants Approved For Payment 6/28/2021
MN DEPARTMENT OF MOTOR VEHICLE 23,046.88
MN DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE 915,511.31
Final total 938,558.19
Wright CountyWarrants for PublicationWarrants Approved On 6/29/2021 For Payment 6/29/2021
ARCHITECTURAL TESTING INC 2,240.00
BARTLEY SALES COMPANY INC 3,295.00
BOSER CONSTRUCTION INC 11,457.64
BOSER CONSTRUCTION INC 15,896.75
CHOSEN VALLEY TESTING INC 4,092.00
CONTEGRITY GROUP 78,980.58
CONVERGINT TECHNOLOGIES LLC 3,396.40
DESIGN ELECTRICAL INC-COLD SPRING ELEC. 519,773.10
E G RUD & SONS INC 2,687.50
FORD METRO INC 156,750.00
GEORGE F COOK CONSTRUCTION CO 90,407.70
HEATER RENTAL SERVICES LLC 6,969.80
HIGH PERFORMANCE COATINGS INC 7,745.54
HUFCOR INC 3,258.50
HUMERA TECH 10,432.08
INSTITUTE FOR ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT 2,154.00
MASTERS PLUMBING HEATING & COOLING 179,080.48
NORTHLAND CONCRETE & MASONRY CO LLC 78,565.00
PATRIOT ERECTORS INC 21,545.70
RTL CONSTRUCTION 575,248.64
VEIT DISPOSAL SYSTEMS 3,650.00
WCS1 LLC 4,750.00
WEIDNER PLUMBING AND HEATING CO 319,172.19
4 payments less than 2000 3,506.36
Final total 2,105,054.96
Wright CountyWarrants for PublicationWarrants Approved On 6/29/2021 For Payment 6/29/2021
TRITECH SOFTWARE SYSTEMS 118,556.07
3 payments less than 2000 466.47
Final total 119,022.54
Published in the Herald Journal, Aug. 6, 2021.