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Brainerd School Board

Meets 6 p.m. Monday

Washington Educational Services Building

804 Oak St., Brainerd

1. Call the meeting to order and roll call

2. Pledge of Allegiance

3. Approval of the agenda as presented / amended

4. Public Meeting for the discussion and review of the Review and Comment on the School Construction Proposal of the Brainerd Public Schools, ISD #181 as per Minnesota State Statute § 123B.71. - Laine Larson, Steve Lund, Dave Bergeron, Kevin Warmuth, Greg Crowe

5. Public Input

6. District Recognition

A. Congratulations to Forestview students Sean Baumann (trombone), Annie Loss (trumpet), Michael Kuehn (Clarinet), and Elizabeth Joque (Alto Saxophone) for making the 6-8 Grade State Honor Band.

B. Congratulations to the Adapted Floor Hockey Team for a third place finish at

State.

C. Congratulations to Boy's Swimming and Diving team: Preston Owen, Gunnar Niemeyer, Griffin Blegen and Michael Bylander finished 6th in the 200 Free Relay and 9th in 200 Medley Relay. Bylander was 12th in 200 Individual Medley and 14th in 100 Breaststroke. Tim Whiteman finished 18th in Diving.

D. Congratulations to Wrestler Chad Orsburn who was our lone State Qualifier.

E. Congratulations to Consolidated Telecommunications Co (CTC) on receiving a Smart Rural Community Grant to enable a full classroom to experience virtual reality (VR) tours of distant significant sites, scientific endeavors, and natural resources.

7. ICS & WSN Update - Dave Bergeron and Erica Marcussen

8. Approval of Minutes

A. Regular School Board Meeting - February 12, 2018

B. Regular School Board Meeting - February 26, 2018

9. Consent Calendar - Hirings are approved pending negotiated contracts /

agreements and a district approved and acceptable background check - Laine

Larson

A. Certified Staff Resignations/Retirements/Terminations

B. Non-Teaching Employee Resignations//Retirements/Terminations

C. New Non-Teaching Employees

D. Leaves

E. Gifts & Grants Approval

F. Ratify Payment of Bills

10. Site Reports/Communications

A. Technology Update - Sarah Porisch

B. Mental Health Services Support Update - Andrea Rusk and Jon Anderson

C. Building Safety & Security Audit and Overview - Aaron Sinclair, Earl Wolleat, Jeff Flaten

11. New Business

A. For Action

1) Approval of the of the Review and Comment on the School Construction

Proposal of the Brainerd Public Schools, ISD #181 as per Minnesota State

Statute § 123B.71.

2) Approval of Listing Agreement for the 2018-2019 BHS Trades Program Home

- Steve Lund

3) Approval of Purchase Agreement for the 2018-2019 BHS Trades Program

Home at $59,600 - Steve Lund

4) Approval of 2019 and 2020 Forestview Middle School Yearbook Agreements with Balfour - Steve Lund

B. Informational

1) Brainerd Public Schools Foundation Report - Reed Campbell

2) Business Services' Report - Steve Lund

3) Superintendent's Report - Laine Larson

12. Standing Committee Reports - None

13. Future Board & Committee Meetings

A. Lost Snow Day - April 2, 2018 Makeup

B. Regular Board Meeting - April 9, 2018

C. Special School Board Election - April 10, 2018

D. Regular Board Meeting - April 16, 2018 (Canvassing the election results)

14. Other business

15. Adjourn

Morrison County Board of Commissioners

Meets 9 a.m. Tuesday

Council chambers

City Hall, Little Falls

1. Call to order by chairman

2. Pledge of Allegiance

3. Approval of county board minutes

4. Additions/deletions to the agenda

5. Community development

6. Great River Regional Library

7. Sheriff's report

8. Social Service report

9. Public Health report

10. Extension report

11. Auditor's report

12. County Board warrants

13. Public works report

14. Administrator's report

15. Committee reports/upcoming schedule

16. Adjournment

Pillager Public School Board

Meets 6:30 p.m. Monday

I. Call To Order

II. Pledge of Allegiance

III. Cell Phones/Electronic Devices

IV. Consider Additions/Deletions/Acceptance of the Agenda

V. Visitors Comments

VI. Consider Consent Agenda

A. Minutes of the February 12, 2018 Regular Meeting

Minutes of the March 12, 2018 Work Session

B. Monthly Cash Flow Including Investments

C. Monthly Bills Paid

D. Donations were received from: Pillager Huskie Booster Club, United Way, Pillager Area Firemen's Department and Relief Assoc., Mid-Minnesota Federal Credit Union, National Joint Powers Alliance and Pike's Plumbing and Heating.

E. New Staff Appointments

F. Resignations

G. Leave Request

H. Probationary Teacher Non-Renewal

VII. Special Board Reports with Possible Action

A. Budget

1. Review Activity Accounts

2. 2017-2018 Budget Update

B. Personnel

1. Committee Report

2. Consider Police Liaison Position

C. Curriculum

D. Policy

1. 3rd Reading of MSBA proposed changes to Policy #612.1, 613, 616 and 805

2. Open Enrollment Policy

E. Activities

1. Committee Report

F. Facilities

1. Referendum Discussion

2. Survey, Taskforce and Community Listening Discussion

3. LTFM and Capital Projects Update

G. Other

1. Snow Day Makeup Plan

VIII. Superintendent's Report

IX. Adjournment

Brainerd City Council

Meets 7:30 p.m. Monday

Brainerd City Hall Council Chambers

1. Call To Order

2. Roll Call

3. Pledge Of Allegiance

4. Approval Of Agenda - Voice Vote

5. Consent Calendar

NOTICE TO PUBLIC - all matters listed are considered routine by the Council and will all be enacted by one (1) motion. There will be no separate discussion of these items unless good cause is shown prior to the time the Council votes on the motion to be ADOPTED BY ROLL CALL

A. Approval Of Minutes

A.1. Special Meeting Held on March 12, 2018

B. Approval Of Licenses

B.1. Contractor Licenses - 1 - New; 1 - Renewal

C. Department Activity Reports

C.1. Police Chief

C.2. Finance Director

D. Extension Of Premises - Submitted By Steven Shepherd For An Event To Be Held On August 24th And August 25th, 2018 At Shep's On 6th, 315 S 6th Street, Brainerd

E. Minnesota Lawful Gambling Application For Exempt Permit - Submitted By Smiles For Jake, 15594 Sunset Way, Brainerd For An Event To Be Held May 4th, 2018 At The Essentia Health Sports Center, 502 Jackson St., Brainerd

F. Minnesota Lawful Gambling Application To Conduct Excluded Bingo - Submitted By Lumberjacks And Jills Club, 324 Washington St. NE, Brainerd. Bingo Events To Be Held At The American Legion Post 255, 708 Front St. Brainerd On April 11, 2018 And November 28, 2018

G. Second Hand Automobile License Application - Submitted By B&B Boat & Rec Inc. Dba Brainerd Sports & Marine, 13377 State Hwy 25, Brainerd - Contingent Upon Fire Inspection

H. Temporary Beer License - Submitted By Mid-Minnesota Builders Association For An Event To Be Held March 23rd - March 25th, 2018 At The Essentia Health Sports Center, 502 Jackson St., Brainerd - Contingent Upon Background Investigation

I. Temporary On-Sale Liquor License Application - Submitted By The Elks Governing Body For An Event To Be Held On May 9th, 2018 At The Brainerd National Guard Armory, 1115 Wright Street, Brainerd

6. Presentations

A. Brainerd Community Action Annual Report

B. Crow Wing County Update - Sheriff Todd Dahl

C. Sanitary And Storm Sewer Cost Of Service Analysis Presentation

7. Council Committee Reports

A. Safety And Public Works Committee

A.1. Minnesota Department Of Transportation (MnDOT) And Minnesota Public Transit Association (MPTA) 5-Year Capital And Operational Transit Plan

A.2. Transit Grant Opportunity - NJPA Innovation Funding

A.3. Transit Policy Updates

A.4. Tax Forfeit Non-Conservation Parcels

A.5. Administrative Citation Fees And Maximums

B. Personnel And Finance Committee

B.1. Approval Of Bills

B.2. Classification And Compensation Study Update

B.3. 2018 Legislative Agenda

B.4. Adverse Weather Policy

B.5. ClearGov Civic Insights Website

8. Unfinished Business

A. Call For Applicants - Informational

(Application Information at the City's Website

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Note:

This includes any expiring terms up for reappointment - all current members are required to reapply.

Mayor Recommended: (all terms expire on 12/31 of said year) Charter Commission - 1 term (Expire 2020) - 1 term (Expire 2021) Housing & Redevelopment Authority - 1 term (Expire 2022)

9. New Business

A. Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4) Presentation And Public Hearing

B. Public Hearing - Improvement 17-13 - Brook Street And SE 10th Street Resurfacing

10. Planning Commission

A. Final Reading Of Proposed Ordinance No. 1478 - An Ordinance Amending Zoning Ordinance Section 515-60-6 To Consider Adding Parking Lots As A Conditional Use In B-1 Districts

a. Hold Final Reading of Ordinance (Voice Vote)

b. Adopt Ordinance (Roll Call)

B. Final Reading Of Proposed Ordinance No. 1479 - An Ordinance To Rezone Property At 15947 Beaver Dam Rd., Brainerd From An R-A (Rural Agriculture) To An R-1A (Single Family Residential) District

a. Hold Final Reading of Ordinance (Voice Vote)

b. Adopt Ordinance (Roll Call)

11. Public Forum

Time allocated for citizens to bring matters not on the agenda to the attention of the Council - Time limits may be imposed

12. Staff Reports

NJPA Open House Invitation

13. Council Member Reports

14. Adjourn To South 6th Street Reconstruction Open House - March 20, 5 p.m. at Trinity Lutheran Church, 1420 S. Sixth St.

NOTE: Safety and Public Works Committee will meet at 7 p.m. Personnel and Finance Committee will meet at 6:45 p.m.

Little Falls School Board

Meets 5 p.m. Monday

Little Falls Community Middle School Media Center

1000 First Ave. NE, Little Falls

1. Call to order

2. Pledge of Allegiance

3. Approval of agenda

4. Presentation

4.1. Mary Margaret Mathers - Special education funding

5. Public comments

6. Consent agenda

6.1. Personnel

6.2. Approval of prior meeting minutes

6.3. Approval of financial transactions

7. Resolution for acceptance of gifts

7.1. Other donations

8. Reports from board members

9. Superintendent's report

10. Old or unfinished business

10.1. Approval of policies

11. New business

11.1. Fundraisers 2017-18

11.2. First draft of 2018-19 school calendar

11.3. First reading of policy

12. Adjournment

Baxter City Council

Meets 7 p.m. Tuesday

Baxter City Hall

13190 Memorywood Drive, Baxter

The Baxter City Council will conduct a work session 5:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Baxter City Hall for the purpose of discussing 2018 Excelsior Road and Edgewood Improvements Project —Roundabout Landscaping; 2019 Memorywood Drive Improvements Project Feasibility Report; 2022 Cypress Drive Connection to Woida Road Improvements Project Feasibility Report; Body Camera and Squad Camera purchase discussion; and Mobile Vending Hours of Operation.

1. Call Meeting to Order

2. Roll Call

3. Pledge of Allegiance

4. Additions or Changes to the Agenda

5. Public Comments

A. Comments received from the public may be placed on a future meeting agenda for consideration.

6. Consent Agenda

The following items are considered non-controversial by staff and are recommended to be read and passed in one motion. Any councilperson, 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 City Council Minutes from March 6, 2018

B. Approve Special City Council Minutes from March 15, 2018

C. Approve the Payment of Bills and Finance Report (Addendum A).

D. Approve Special Event Permit for 2018 Kiwanis Kids Triathlon at Whipple Beach on August 25, 2018

E. Accept Planning Commission Minutes form March 13, 2018

F. Accept Utilities Commission Minutes form March 7, 2018

1. Approve the Bradford Northwoods Development, LLC Agreement for Development.

2. Approve the Bradford Northwoods Development, LLC Stormwater Maintenance Agreement.

3. Approve the KTJ 243, LLC (Camping World) Agreement for Development.

4. Approve the KTJ 243, LLC (Camping World) Stormwater Maintenance Agreement.

5. Adopt Resolution 2018-012 Receiving Feasibility Report for the Cypress Drive Connection to Woida Road Improvements Project

6. Require Holiday Station Store to escrow $21,877.00 with the City of Baxter for the 2018 Excelsior Road Improvements Project to cover the WSB Environmental Services Contract (no attachment).

7. Approve the WSB Environmental Services Contract for the 2018 Excelsior Road Improvements Project at the Holiday Station Store in the amount of $21,877.

8. Approve the Crow Wing County Pay Request in the amount of $185,880.76 for the City's portion of the construction and BNSF costs of the 2017 County State Aid Highway 48 Railway Crossing and Trail Improvements Project.

9. Adopt Resolution 2018-013 Receiving Feasibility Report for the 2019 Memorywood Drive Improvement Project contingent on the addition of the storm septor at the intersection of Memorywood Drive and Clearwater Road

10. Approve the Eagle Construction Company, Inc. Partial Pay Estimate No. 3 in the amount of $60,543.50 for the 2018 Water Treatment Plant Flume Replacement Project.

11. Adopt Resolution 2018-014 to support for the 2018 Minnesota Department of Transportation Corridors of Commerce local program for scoping the options and feasibility of extending the four-lane highway on TH 210 from Baxter to Motley.

12. Adopt Resolution 2018-015 to support the 2018 Minnesota Department of Transportation Corridors of Commerce local program for scoping the options and feasibility of constructing an interchange at the intersection of TH 210 and TH 371 in Baxter.

7. Pulled Agenda Items

8. Other Business

A. Planning and Zoning Actions

1. Adopt Resolution 2018-016 approving a setback variance for Berry Apartments located at 13254 Cypress Drive.

2. Adopt Resolution 2018-017 approving setback variances for Ashabee, LLC. located at 13341 Cypress Drive.

3. Adopt Resolution No. 2018-018 revising Resolution No. 2016-094 to allow a phasing plan for the multi-tenant retail development named Northwoods Crossing located at 15146 Dellwood Drive and the vacant lot to the south.

9. Council Comments

A. Quinn Nystrom

B. Steve Barrows

C. Todd Holman

D. Mark Cross

E. Darrel Olson

12.10. City Administrator's Report

11. City Attorney's Report

A. Closed Session, Minnesota Statute 13D.05, subd. 3 (c), Purchase of Property

12. Adjourn

Crow Wing County Committee meeting schedule

The following list includes Crow Wing County meetings that may be attended by one or more members of the Crow Wing County Board:

9 a.m. Tuesday, Committee of the Whole, Historic Courthouse, Jinx Ferrari Meeting Room

3 p.m. Tuesday, Historical Society Committee, Crow Wing County Museum

5 p.m. Thursday, Planning Commission/Board of Adjustment, Historic Courthouse, County Board Room

10 a.m. Friday, Mississippi Headwaters Board, Walker

10 a.m. March 26, One Watershed One Plan Policy Committee, Cass County Land Department, Backus

Crow Wing County Committee of the Whole

Meets 9 a.m. Tuesday

Jinx Ferrari Meeting Room, second floor, Historic Courthouse, Brainerd

The agenda has been published as shown below but is subject to change to include such business as may come before the Board.

I. 9 a.m. Crow Wing Soil and Water Conservation District - Melissa Barrick

1. 2017 SWCD Accomplishments related to Crow Wing County Water Plan

2. Crow Wing County Liaison to Crow Wing SWCD Board

3. 2019 Funding

Nisswa City Council

Meets 7 p.m. Wednesday

City Hall

A. Call to Order

1. Pledge of Allegiance

B. Consent Calendar (NOTICE TO PUBLIC) — All matters listed are considered routine by the Council and will all be enacted by one motion. There will be no separate discussion of these items unless good cause is shown prior to the time the Council votes on the motion.

1. Regular City Council Meeting Minutes from December 20, 2017

2. Parks & Recreation Director's Report — March 2018

3. Gull Lake Trail Report — March 1, 2018

4. Police Department Report — March 2018

5. Fire Department Report — February 2018

6. Planning & Zoning Administrator's Report — March 2018

7. Presentation of Claims — Check register #41711-41871 totaling $245,764.55

8. Spirits of Nisswa Report — March 2018

9. Pickle Factory Report — March 2018

10. Public Works Director's Report — March 2018

C. OPEN FORUM

1. Public Comment

2. Schlenner Wenner & Co — Presentation of the 2017 City of Nisswa Audited Financial Statements

D. REPORTS

1. City Administrator/Clerk

a. Personnel Updates — March 2018

b. Approval of Request for Proposals for Website Hosting, Design and Maintenance

c. Appointment of Bank Account Signatories Authorized to Make Electronic Funds Transfers for the Calendar Year 2018

d. General Updates

2. City Attorney

3. City Engineer

E. NEW BUSINESS

1. Approval of the 2017 Audited Financial Statements for the City of Nisswa

2. Memo dated March 21, 2018 from Jenny Max Re: Disbursement of TIF Funds

3. Recommendation from Liquor Committee Re: Wage Adjustment

4. Memo dated March 21, 2018 from Jenny Max Re: Vacation Payout Request

5. Approval of Temporary Liquor License and Temporary Beer License Agreement for the Brainerd Jaycees on April 28-29, 2018 for the Run for the Lakes

6. Application for Raffle Permit LG220 from the Brainerd Family YMCA

7. Application for Raffle Permit LG220 from the Nisswa American Legion Auxiliary

8. Approval of 2018 City of Nisswa Fire Department Budget and 2018 Fire Contracts

9. Recommendation from Planning & Zoning Commission Re: Approval of Metes and Bounds Subdivision Application 003-18 for Randy Johnson

10. Acceptance of Installation Bid for Nisswa Lake Park Picnic Pavilion

11. Acceptance of Proposal for Engineering Services for Gull Lake Trail Project

12. Recommendation from Public Works Committee Re: Approval of Request for Proposals for Transportation Services

13. Recommendation from Public Works Committee Re: Approval for WSN to Complete and Submit the Application for Bridge Bond Funding to the Minnesota Department of Transportation

14. Recommendation from Public Works Committee Re: Approval of Installation and Maintenance of Mailbox Supports on City Streets Policy

15. Recommendation from Public Works Committee Re: Appointment of Dil Stachour to Public Works Committee

16. Approval of Resolution to Adopt 5-Year Street Reconstruction Plan 2018 — 2022 and Call for Public Hearing for the 2018 Street Improvements — Information to be Provided Prior to Meeting

F. OLD BUSINESS

G. COUNCIL REPORTS

1. Mayor

2. Council Members

H. ANNOUNCEMENTS & UPCOMING MEETING DATES

1. April 2, 2018 — Council Workshop with the League of Minnesota Cities at 6 p.m.

2. April 5, 2018 — Parks & Recreation Commission Meeting at 5 p.m.

3. April 9, 2018 — Planning & Zoning Commission Regular Meeting

4. April 10, 2018 — Brainerd Public Schools Referendum (Polling Place at Nisswa City Hall)

5. April 11, 2018 — Public Works Committee Meeting at 5 p.m.

6. April 12, 2018 — Gull Lake Trail Steering Committee Meeting at 4 p.m.

7. April 18, 2018 — Regular City Council Meeting at 7 p.m.

I. ADJOURN

Brainerd Planning Commission

Meets 6 p.m. Wednesday

City Hall Council Chambers

1. Call To Order

2. Approval/Amendment Of Agenda

3. Approval Of Minutes

Regular Meeting Held February 21, 2018

4. New Business

4.a. Public Hearing - St. Francis Catholic Church, 404 N 9th St., Brainerd Has Applied For A Conditional Use Permit To Construct A 10,800 Square Foot (6,600 Sq. Ft. Main Level And 4,200 Sq. Ft. Lower Level) Addition To The Church.

The property is in a B-2 (Neighborhood Commercial) District and Zoning Ordinance Section 61-6. D. Specifies places of Worship and Related Buildings are permitted by Conditional Use Permit.

4.b. Public Hearing - City Of Brainerd, 501 Laurel St. Has Applied For A Conditional Use Permit To Construct An Accessory Building 37' In Height At The Public Works Facility Located At 724 Thiesse Dr.

The property is in an I-1 (Light Industry) District and Zoning Ordinance Section 71-8 specifies buildings over 30' in height are permitted by Conditional Use Permit.

5. Public Forum

Time allocated for citizens to bring matters not on the agenda to the attention of the Planning Commission - time limits may be imposed

6. Old Business

6.a. Remove Rezoning From The Table And Discussion

B.A. Doer, LLC 20410 98th Place, Kent, WA 98031; Deborah Hulke, Personal Representative for John E. Bailey, 212 2nd St. N., Brainerd and Shingobee Builders, 669 N. Medina St., Loretto, MN 55357 to Rezone Property at the SE Corner of Kingwood Street and N. 2nd Street from a B-1 (Residential Office) District to a B-6 (Washington Street Commercial) District

6.b. Discussion Regarding Greenhouses In Residential Zoning Districts

6.c. Discussion Regarding Expanding Uses Allowed In R-A (Rural Agriculture) Districts To Permit Commercial Businesses

7. Commissioners' Questions/Comments

8. City Planner's Report

9. Adjourn