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Brainerd City Council

Meets 7:30 p.m. Monday, June 6

City Hall, 501 Laurel St., Brainerd, Council Chambers

The public is invited to attend these meetings in person.

Attend by phone City Council: 1-844-992-4726 Meeting Access Code: 2490 497 9292

Attend by phone Safety and Public Works Committee 7 p.m.: 1-844-992-4726; Meeting Access Code: 2484 876 4541

Attend by phone: Personnel and Finance Committee 7 p.m.: 1-844-992-4726; Meeting Access Code: 2484 121 1283

Meeting is also streamed live on YouTube: www.youtube.com/CityOfBrainerdMN

1. Call To Order - 7:30 p.m.

2. Roll Call

3. Pledge of Allegiance

4. Approval Of Agenda

5. Consent Calendar

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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 Bills

B. Approval Of Minutes

B.1. City Council Regular Meeting May 16th, 2022

C. Approval Of Licenses

D. Department Activity Reports

E. 2021 Audits for BPU and HRA

F. Ratify the Reclassification of Andy Moody to Water Plant Operator Position

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6. Council Committee Reports

Personnel and Finance Committee

1. League of Minnesota Cities Insurance Trust (LMCIT) Premium Renewal March 2022-February 2023

2. Accept Resignation of Firefighter Bickel

3. Ratify Hiring of 2022 Interns and Temporary/Seasonal Employees

4. Ratify the Promotion of James Kramvik as the Community Development Director

5. Discussion of Prosecution Agreement

6. Consider Request from the Employee Wellness Committee for the Employee Appreciation Event

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7. Update on City Engineer/ Public Works Director Hiring Process

8. Update on Request for Funds to be Returned from Lakes Area Media Collaborative

Safety & Public Works Committee

a.1. Event/Alley Closure Application- Shep’s on 6th Elbow Convention

a.2. Event/Parking Lot Closure – Lakes Area Skatepark Association Pop-Up Skatepark

a.3. Approve Bids for Improvement 19-02- Cuyuna Lakes State Trail West Segment

a.4. Approve Testing Services Contract for Improvement 21-10- Greenwood Street Reconstruction Project

Unfinished Business

A. Final Reading- Proposed Ordinance 1531- Replacing Sections 720 and 725 Brainerd City Code

B. Approve Settlement Agreement with Gustafson Properties of Brainerd, LLC

C. Public Hearing and Resolution- Petition to Vacate Alley Submitted by My Neighbor to Love- Alley Blocks M & E, West Brainerd

D. Call For Applicants – Informational

(Application Information at www.ci.brainerd.mn.us/boards/)

Mayor Recommended: (terms to expire on 12/31 of said year)

Cable TV Advisory Committee– 2 terms (Expire 2022) – 1 term (Expire 2024)

Charter Commission – 1 term (Expire 2022) – 1 term (2025)

Rental Dwelling License Board of Appeals – 2 terms (Expire 2022)

Mayor Recommended: (terms to expire 09/07 of said year)

Economic Development Authority (EDA) – 1 term (Expire 2022) 1 term (Expire 2026)

Council President Recommended: (terms to expire 12/31 of said year)

Planning Commission—1 term (Expire 2023)

Ad Hoc Committees – Applicants Needed

Water Tower Fundraising Committee – 1 position

7. New Business

A. First Reading Proposed Ordinance 1532- Amending Chapter 1, 2, and 5 Brainerd City Charter

B. First Reading Proposed Ordinance 1533- Amending Chapter 3 Brainerd City Charter

C. Set Joint Workshop of Public Utilities Commission and City Council

8. Public Forum

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

9. Staff Reports

(Verbal: Any Updates since Packet)

10. Mayor’s Report

11. Council Member Reports

12. Adjourn

Baxter City Council

Meets 7 p.m. Tuesday, June 7

Baxter City Hall, 13190 Memorywood Drive, Baxter

The Baxter EDA will meet 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, June 7, at the Baxter City Hall, to Consider Option Agreement for Lot 1, Block 1, Fourth Addition to Baxter Industrial Park Phase 3 and EDA Real Estate Marketing Update.

CALL TO ORDER

ROLL CALL

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

PRESENTATIONS

ADDITIONS OR CHANGES TO THE AGENDA

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

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:

1. Approve City Council work session minutes from May 17, 2022

2. Approve City Council Minutes from May 17, 2022

3. Approve City Council special minutes from May 26, 2022

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

5. Approve the Issuance of Liquor Licenses for the Licensing Period of July 1, 2022 through June 30, 2023

6. Approve Permit for Retail Sales of Fireworks for TNT Fireworks to Conduct Sales at Westside Liquor

7. Special Event Application for First Baptist Church

8. Approve Special Event Application for Walk a Mile in Her Shoes

9. Approve Special Event Permit for 2022 Alzheimer’s Association Walk

10. Adopt Ordinance 2022-004, Liquor Control

11. Approve Amendment to Jack Pine’s Liquor License to Allow for Off-Sale of up to 128 Ounces Per Customer Per Day through the June 30, 2022, License Period

12. Accept a $400 Donation from the Baxter Lions Club for the 2022 Children’s Triathlon

13. Accept a $2,300 Safety Grant from CenterPoint Energy

14. Appoint Mr. Chuck Anderson to Streets and Storm Water Lead Position and Authorize Staff to Commence the Process to Fill the Public Works Maintenance II Position

15. Approve Purchase of Drainage and Utility Easement for 2022 Foley Road, Isle Drive, and Forthun Road Improvement Project for Parcel 40120812, Parcel 40070813, Parcel 40120811, Parcel 40120815, and Parcel 40070814

16. Adopt Resolution 2022-046 Amending Resolution 2022-044 Approving Plans and Specifications and Ordering Advertisement for Bids for the 2022 TH 210/Inglewood Drive Improvement Project

17. Adopt Resolution 2022-047 Ordering Improvement for the 2023 Cypress Drive and Douglas Fir Drive Improvements Project, Municipal Project No. 4087

18. Adopt Resolution 2022-048 to Approve the Public Interest Finding (PIF) Letter for the 2022 TH 210/Inglewood Drive Improvement Project

PULLED AGENDA ITEMS

OTHER BUSINESS

19. Vacating Property and Closing of the Railroad Crossing Located on Knollwood Drive

1) Hold Public Hear at 7:00 p.m. or shortly thereafter

2) Adopt Resolution 2022-040 Vacating Property and Closing of the Railroad Crossing Located on Knollwood Drive, Railroad Milepost 122.209

20. Public Hearing – Annual Progress Report – Stormwater (MS4)

COUNCIL COMMENTS

21. Connie Lyscio

22. Zach Tabatt

23. John Ward

24. Mark Cross

25. Darrel Olson

CITY ADMINISTRATOR'S REPORT

CITY ATTORNEY'S REPORT

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:

Meets 9 a.m. Monday, June 6, Personnel Committee, Historic Courthouse, County Administrator's Conference Room / Teams (218-302-1725, 741487684#)

Meets 11 a.m. Wednesday, Natural Resources Advisory Committee Interviews, Historic Courthouse, County Administrator's Conference Room

Meets 1 p.m. Wednesday, Minnesota Inter-County Association (MICA) Board of Directors, Zoom (call 651-222-8737 for link)

Meets 10 a.m. Thursday, Region Five Regional Transportation Coordination Council, Zoom (call 218-894-3233 for link)

Meets 10 a.m. Thursday, State Community Health Services Advisory Committee, Amherst H. Wilder Foundation, St. Paul

Crow Wing County Personnel Committee

Meets 9 a.m. Monday, June 6

Historic Courthouse

County Administrator’s

Conference Room / Teams

ATTEND IN-PERSON OR BY MICROSOFT TEAMS (CALL 218-302-1725, CONFERENCE ID: 741 487 684#)

1. Staff Update

Kara Terry – Community Services – Public Health

Gary Griffin – Land Services

Tim Houle – Appointed Positions

2. Personnel Actions

3. Closed Session (Data classified as not public – pursuant to MS Chapter 13D)

Personal Health Data MS 13D.05, Subd 2 (a) (4)

Morrison County Board of Commissioners

Meets 9 a.m. Tuesday, June 7

County Board Room

Government Center, Little Falls

1. Call to order by chairman

2. Pledge of Allegiance

3. Additions/Deletions to the agenda

4. Approval of consent agenda

4.1 Approve County Board Minutes 5.24

4.2 Approve Warrants

4.3 Approve Extension MOA Addendum

4.4 Approve Bethany Lutheran to hold a Bingo

4.5 Approve Large Assembly Permit: Freedom Fest

4.6 Approve Randall Cushing Lions 1 Day Liquor License

4.7 Approve New Mobile Food Unit Sanchez Burrito

4.8 Approve Liquor License Renewals

4.9 Approve Campground License Addendum Hardy’s Lake in the Woods

4.10 Approve purchase of 2011 International Truck

5. Health and Human Services Report

6. Land Services Report

7. Public Works Report

8. Administrator’s Report

9. Committee Reports/Upcoming schedule

10. Adjournment

Economic Development Authority

Special Meeting

Meets 5 p.m. Wednesday, June 8

City Hall, 501 Laurel St., Brainerd, Council Chambers

The public is invited to attend this meeting in person

Meeting is also streamed live on YouTube: www.youtube.com/CityOfBrainerdMN

1.Call To Order

2. Roll Call

3. Approval/Amendment Of Agenda

4. Old Business

A. Determine Criteria For The DEED Mainstreet Revitalization Program

5. Informational

6. Commissioner's Comments/Questions

7. Adjourn

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