Agendas- Nov. 12
Baxter City Council
1. Call meeting to order
2. Roll call
3. Pledge of Allegiance
4. Public comments
Comments received from the public may be placed on a future meeting agenda for consideration.
5. Consent Agenda
The following items are considered non-controversial by staff and are recommended to be read and passed in one motion. Any council person, staff, citizen, or meeting attendee can request one or more items be pulled from the Consent Agenda and the item will be pulled and addressed immediately after the passage of the Consent Agenda; otherwise, the following items will be passed in one motion:A. Approve the Infrastructure Work Session Minutes of Nov. 1 Council Minutes of the Nov. 1 and Council Work Session Minutes of Nov. 3.B. Payment of bills and approval of finance report.C. Accept Utilities Commission Minutes of Nov. 2.1. Acknowledge receipt of the Martin’s Addition Outlot A Concept Layout in order to meet the adequate facilities ordinance deadline of Dec. 1.2. Approve the North Pointe Developer’s Agreement.D. Accept ARC Minutes of Oct. 27.1. Direct staff to submit a zoning text application for the proposed revisions to Section 10-4-10 of the zoning code (architectural regulations).E. Accept ARC Minutes of Nov. 3.1. Approve the exterior materials for the proposed Prairie Bay Development per staff findings and conditions.F. Accept Planning & Zoning Minutes from Nov. 7.G. Authorize the Mayor and City Clerk to execute the Limited Use Agreement (LUA) for the CTC/Good Neighbor freestanding sign partially located in the Edgewood Drive right-of-way.H. Adopt Resolution Designating MnDOT as the City’s Agent in Accepting Federal Funds.I. Approve selling the two (2) used furnaces on the State of Minnesota Auction Site.J. Approve selling the leaf trailer on the State of Minnesota Auction Site.K. Approve an agreement being recorded on Lot 6, Block 1 of Mississippi Sunset (Camwood Trail) in order to obtain a building permit.L. Approve the plat extension for Grand Haven.6. Pulled Agenda Items7. Other businessA. Approve a conditional use permit (CUP) to allow multiple pylons signs at the Essentia Health Care Clinic located at 13060 Isle Drive per staff findings and conditions as amended.B. Approve the conditional use permit (CUP) to allow hockey rink lighting and a warming house at the Forestview Middle School per staff findings and conditions.C. Matters pertaining to Prairie Bay Expansion and Planned Unit Development (PUD)Amendment:1. Approve a conditional use permit (CUP) amending the current Planned Unit Development (PUD) which will allow building and patio additions to the existing Prairie Bay Grill & Catering per staff findings and conditions as amended.2. Approve the minor subdivision entitled Rapid River Third Addition plat per staff findings and conditions.8. Council CommentsA. Jim KleinB. Rob MoserC. Todd HolmanD. Mark CrossE. Darrel Olson9. City Attorney’s Report10. City Administrator’s Report11. Adjourn to the 2012 Budget and Levy Informational Meeting at 6:15 p.m. Dec. 5.Nisswa City CouncilMeets 7 p.m. WednesdayCall to order 7 p.m.Pledge of AllegianceApprove minutes of Oct. 19, Nov. 4, 9, and 10Open forumReportsPolice ChiefFire ChiefLiquor DepartmentPlanning & ZoningPark & RecPublic WorksCity AttorneyCity EngineerNisswa Chamber of CommerceNew businessA. Resolution accepting Harold Kraus resignation from council and declaring a council vacancyB. Certify Delinquent Sewer AccountsC. Proposed Sewer Rate IncreaseD. Wayne and Sylvia Swanson cancer fundraising raffle June 19, 2012, at Grand View LodgeE. Authorize early payoff of Fire Hall BondOld businessA.Council ReportsA. MayorB. Council membersAnnouncementsPresentation of claimsAdjourn
Curriculum committeePillager School Board of EducationMeets 7 a.m. TuesdaySuperintendent’s OfficeI. Call to orderII. MCA OverviewIII. New Academic Gold StandardIV. Fine Arts - Theater/MusicV. OtherVI. AdjournmentBudget committeePillager School Board of EducationMeets 7 a.m. ThursdaySuperintendent’s OfficeI. Call to orderII. 2010 - 2011 AuditIII. Revised 2011 - 2012 BudgetIV. Cash FlowV. OtherVI. Adjourn
Personnel Committee meetingPillager School Board of EducationMeets 7:45 a.m. ThursdaySuperintendent’s officeI. Call to orderII. Fine Arts - Theater/MusicIII. English HireIV. OtherV. Adjourn
Brainerd School BoardMeets 7 p.m. MondayWashington Educational Building804 Oak St., Brainerd1. Call to order the Canvassing Board meeting2. Roll call3. Special election results4. Adjourn5. Call to order the regular school board meeting6. Roll call7. District recognitionsA. The Warrior football team won the Conference Championship and finished runner-up in the section.B. The girls swimming team completed their season 8 and 1, finishing second in the conference. Eight athletes were named All Conference and another two earn Honorable Mention all Conference. This is the most in program history. They have their section meet this weekend with hopes of advancing some athletes to state.8. Delegations, Petitions and Communications9. Approval of minutesA. Regular school board meeting - Oct. 10.B. Special School Board Meeting - Oct. 25.10. Consent CalendarA. Certified Staff ResignationsB. New Certified Staff EmployeesC. Non-Teaching Employee ResignationsD. New Non-Teaching EmployeesE. LeavesF. Ratify Payment of BillsG. Gifts & Grants Approval1) ECFE received a donation of $ 250 from Simon Joque, who is a parent volunteer in the ECFE program.2) The district received a donation from the Brainerd Sports Boosters for $2319.85.3) $50 donation to the Brainerd Public Schools Foundation from Basil LeBlanc, 2011 Distinguished Achievement Hall of Fame Inductee.4) 3M donated $6,000 to the BHS Robotics program.5) Magnum Machining donated $100 to the BHS Robotics program.6) Precision Tool Technologies, Inc. donated $1,000 to the BHS Robotics program.7) Clow Stamping donated $500 to the BHS Robotics program8) Brainerd FFA Alumni Association donated $1,500 to the PALS Program.The PALS program is a mentorship program that is in it’s 12th year. The program is lead by three high school FFA leaders. It is a partnership between high school Brainerd FFA Students and Mrs. VanVickle’s 3rdGrade class from Lowell Elementary. PALS stands for Partners in Active Learning and the group meets once a month and the high school PALS teach the younger PALS about a new area of agriculture. At the end of the year, in the spring the little PALS lead the Farm Tour Program for the pre-school and kindergarten students.11. Old business12. New businessA. For action1) Trip request approvala. Robotics requestb. Choir Trip requestB. Informational1) Site Reports/Communicationsa. AYP Update - Sue Andersonb. United Way / Brainerd Public Schools Foundationc. PCs for People - Pam Dyson2) School Board Member Reports - General3) Schools for Equity in Education (SEE) - Jim Hunt4) Brainerd Public Schools Foundation Report - Reed Campbell5) Business Services’ Report - Steve Lunda. Northern Pines Expanded Contract Agreement6) Superintendent’s Report - Steve Razidloa. Run, Read, and Feed Eventb. Activities Cooperative Agreement Letterc. MREA - Craguns Conference13. Committee ReportsA. Curriculum/Student Activities Committee - Ruth Nelson1) Met Nov. 1.B. Facilities Committee - Kent MontgomeryC. Finance/Insurance Committee - Reed Campbell1) Met Nov. 10.D. Legislative Committee - Jim HuntE. Long Range Planning Committee - Tom HaglinF. Personnel Committee - Chris Robinson14. Future Board & Committee MeetingsA. Long Range Planning Committee Meeting - 11:30 a.m. Nov. 17.B. Regular School Board Meeting - 7 p.m. Dec. 12.15. Any other such business that may properly come before the board.16. Adjourn
Little FallsSchool BoardMeets 6 p.m. MondayCounty commissioners’ board roomMorrison County Government Center213 Southeast First Ave., Little Falls1. Call to order.2. Pledge of Allegiance.3. Approval of agenda.4. Public comments.5. Recognition/appreciation5.1. State career goal leader for boys soccer; Section 8A Coach of the Year.6. Presentation6.1. Project REAL success stories.7. Consent agenda.7.1. Personnel.7.1.1 Employment.7.1.2. Release during the probationary period.7.2. Approval of prior meeting minutes.7.3. Presentation of bills for payment.7.4. Donation from Sieben, Grose, Von Holtum and Carey, Ltd.8. Reports from board members.9. Superintendent’s report.10. Old or unfinished business10.1. Approval to advertise on district website.11. New business.11.1 2010-11 fiscal audit.11.2 First quarter budget report.11.3 Set substitute rates for new positions.11.4 Permission to advertise for at-will digital learning specialist. (New position) effective Jan. 1, 2012-June 30, 2012.12. Adjournment.
Cass County Boardof CommissionersMeets 9 a.m. TuesdayLand Department Meeting Room218 Washburn Ave. East, Backus1. 9 a.m. Call to order.a. Pledge of Allegiance.b. Approval of agenda for discussion. (Any requests to be heard not on the proposed agenda are considered for inclusion at this time).2. 9:05 a.m. Robert Yochum - County Administrator.a. Consent agenda.b. Truth-In-Taxation Notice summary.3. 9:15 a.m. David Enblom - Highway Engineer.a. Approve Resolution No. 54-11 MNDOT to act as agent in accepting federal aid in conjunction with federally funded construction projects.b. Discuss revised 2012 Construction Program and approve Resolution No. 55-11 Implementing County State Aid Street Project(s) in 2012.c. Approve draft agreement with MNDOT- winter maintenance.4. 9:40 a.m. Kevin Lee - Longville Ambulance District Subordinate Service District.a. LASSD 3rd Quarter 2011 Report.5. 9:50 a.m. Scott Wilson - Cass County Housing & Redevelopment Authority.a. Report back on Central MN Housing Partnership, Inc. - Rental Rehabilitation Deferred Loan Program.6. 10 a.m. Scott Noland - Assistant Land Commissioner.a. Approve Resolution No. 56-11 David Kahnke repurchase of parcel #24-023-4404 located in Section 23 of May Township.b. Approve Resolution No. 57-01 authorizing alternate sale to adjacent landowners (1.27 acres Otter Tail Peninsula Twp).c. Award quote to re-inventory of approximately 8689 acres of Cass County Administered Land to Chandler Johnson, Fairmont MN at a rate of $3.84 per acre.d. Award a Computer Services contract to ProWest & Associates amount not to exceed $98,950 with the Cass County Land Department reserving the right to re-bid Phase 2 and Phase 3 if the needs assessment reveals a large deviation in services required and cost.7. 10:15 a.m. Tom Burch - Sheriff.a. Introduction of Sheriff’s Office new employees to County Board.b. Board approval to increase Jail fees on Booking, Huber, EHM, UA’s, PBT’s & Fingerprinting to $20 effective Jan. 1, 2012.8. 10:30 a.m. Confirm upcoming meeting schedule.a. Approve moving the location of the Tuesday, Dec. 20 regular Commissioner’s Board Meeting beginning at 9 a.m. from Backus, Land Department to the Board Room of the Courthouse, Walker.9. 10:35 a.m. Adjourn.
Consent agenda1. Approve Board Minutes of Nov. 1.2. Approve Auditor manual warrants Batch #1 dated October, 2011 in the amount of $343,479.49.3. Approve Auditor manual warrants Batch #2 dated October, 2011 in the amount of $3,642,433.40.4. Approve HHVS Auditor warrants dated Oct. 27 in the amount of $42.5. Approve Auditor warrants dated Nov. 3 in the amount of $154,111.32.6. Approve HHVS Auditor warrants dated Nov. 4 in the amount of $51,868.49.7. Approve HHVS Commissioners warrants dated Nov. 4 in the amount of $86,499.85.8. Approve Auditor warrants dated Nov. 10 in the amount of $368,683.27.9. Receive and file - Monthly Budget Reports.10. Approve personnel actions.11. Approve Licenses - Tobacco, 3.2 Beer, Liquor, Gambling, etc.12. Approve transfer of funds from Unorganized Township to Highway Department in the amount of $86,176.66 for road maintenance from July to October 2011.13. Receive and file - October 2011 Cass County EDC Activity Report.14. Approve 2012 Welfare Fraud Investigative Services Cooperative Agreement between Cass County HHVS and the Sheriff’s Office.15. Approve Non-Financial Agreement with HHVS and Leech Lake Tribal Council for coordination of the Native Employment Works (NEW) Minnesota Family Investment Program (MFIP), Diversionary Work Program (DWP) and child care.16. Approve MNDOT Use Agreements for ARMER Project - Backus#00220(Oshawa tower); Bena#00207(Communication shelter-Bena tower); Hackensack#00199(Whipholt tower); Outing#00201(Draper tower); Pequot Lakes#99727(Leader tower) and Walker#00200(Communication shelter-Cass Lake Tower) terms to begin Dec. 1, 2011 and expire on Nov. 30, 2021, rate per year is $300 except Outing #00201 is $400 per year.17. Approve tower license agreement at Bena - KOJB Radio - Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe from Dec. 1, 2011 - Nov. 30, 2016-($270 per month).18. Approve quote for ARMER Project radio installation services to Midstates Wireless at $218 per unit approximately 235 units to be installed.19. Authorize ESD to develop and submit a two-year, 2012-2013 Surface Water Assessment Grant (SWAG) application to the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency for the Leech Lake River Watershed in the amount of $106,334.20. Refer Sheriff’s Office staffing plan to the Personnel Committee of the Board (Commissioners Dowson, and Downham).21. Receive and file - Auditor -Treasurer’s Interest Income Report for October 2011.22. Receive and file Summary Financial Statement for year ending Dec. 31, 2010.23. Award the clean up to North Fork Boulders at the rate of $80 per hour not to exceed $4,000 with Cass County paying all tipping fees directly to the transfer station or demolition land fill, sites located in Byron, Moose Lake, Pine River, Bull Moose, Powers, and Hiram Townships.
Crow Wing County Committeeof the WholeMeets 1 p.m. ThursdayCounty Board Room, Third floor, historic courthouse, Brainerd1. 1 p.m. Triad Presentation - Debi Backdahl2. 1:15 p.m. Lakes Area Restorative Justice Project Informational Report - Jim Oraskovich3. 1:30 p.m. Expansion of Managed Care for People with Disabilities, 2011 Legislation - Beth Wilms4. 1:45 p.m. Russell Lake Road Update - Kirk Titus5. 2 p.m. Mississippi River Northwoods Project Update - Mark Liedl, Kirk Titus, Becca Nash, Gary Drotts6. Other board activities - The following list includes Crow Wing County meetings that may be attended by one or more members of the Crow Wing County Board:6.1. 5 p.m. Tuesday, Historical Committee, Crow Wing County Museum6.2. 9 a.m. Wednesday, Central Minnesota Community Corrections Executive Committee, Land Services Building, CMCC Administration Office6.3. 10 a.m. Thursday, Family Services Collaborative Governance Board Annual Meeting, Washington Educational Services Building, Room 2006.4. 3 p.m. Thursday, Brainerd Lakes Regional Airport Commission Labor Negotiations, Historic Courthouse, County Administrator’s Conference Room6.5. 5 p.m. Thursday, Planning Commission/Board of Adjustment, Historic Courthouse, County Board Room6.6. 5 p.m. Thursday, TCC (Tri-County Community Action Program, Inc.) Board of Directors, TCC Office, Brainerd6.7. 9 a.m. Friday, Mississippi Headwaters Board, Walker6.8. 10 a.m. Nov. 21, Personnel Committee, Historic Courthouse, County Administrator’s Conference Room6.9 . 10 a.m. Nov. 21, Association of Minnesota Counties Awards Committee, AMC Office, St. Paul.