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Crosby HRA Board Meeting

Meets 11 a.m. Tuesday, Aug. 9

Community Room, 300 Third Ave. NE, Crosby

1. CALL TO ORDER

2. ROLL CALL

3. REVIEW AND APPROVE AGENDA

4. REVIEW AND APPROVE MINUTES (Attachment 1) pg. 3

5. BILLS & COMMUNICATIONS

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a. Financial Report

b. Housing Manager Report

c. Executive Director Report

6. UNFINISHED BUSINESS:

7. NEW BUSINESS:

a. Commissioner Term Expiring

b. EIV Security Policy & Procedures Update

8. COMMISSIONER COMMENTS:

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9. NEXT MEETING: Sept. 13

10. ADJOURNMENT

Crow Wing County HRA Board

Meets 5 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 9

Crow Wing County Land Services Building, Pine/Maple Meeting Room

322 Laurel St., Brainerd

Commissioner Craig Nathan attending via WebEx at 8986 Sugarberry Creek, Brainerd.

Join from browser: https://brainerdhra.my.webex.com/brainerdhra.my/j.php?MTID=mfb533e4f8fc8ba95341401f1ff650286

Join by phone: 415-655-0001

Meeting number (access code): 2550 032 6490

Meeting password: VVaRPkTS233

1. CALL TO ORDER

2. ROLL CALL

3. REVIEW & APPROVAL OF AGENDA

4. REVIEW & APPROVE MINUTES

Approval of the Tuesday, July 12th, 2022 and Thursday August 4th, Meeting Minutes as presented

5. REVIEW & ACCEPT FINANCIAL STATEMENTS

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CWC HRA Combined Balance Sheet July 2022

CWC HRA Combined Operating Statement July 2022

CWC HRA May July Payments

6. UNFINISHED BUSINESS

7. NEW BUSINESS

a. West Grove Townhomes Revenue Certificate

8. REPORTS/UPDATES:

a. Executive Director

b. Housing Trust Fund

c. Brainerd HRA/Rehab Programs

d. BLAEDC/CREDI

e. CWC

9. COMMISSIONER COMMENTS

10. NEXT MEETING Sept. 13

11. ADJOURNMENT

Brainerd School Board

Meets 6 p.m. Monday, Aug. 8

Washington Educational Services Building

804 Oak St., Brainerd

1. Call the meeting to order and roll call:

2. Pledge of Allegiance:

3. Announcement by Chairperson:

This meeting of the Brainerd School Board is being conducted in accordance with Minnesota

Statutes 13D.02. Persons may monitor this meeting from a remote location by watching on

YouTube live. This meeting is being recorded. Access to the recording will be made available

on the school district’s website as soon as is reasonably possible.

4. Approval of the agenda as presented/amended:

5. Presentations:

Discussion on rental fees for Gichi-ziibi Center for the Arts - Annmarie Lacher

Gichi-ziibi Center for the Arts Fee Schedule

Brainerd Public Schools Facility Use Schedule

Discussion on Middle School Participation and Non-Continuation Participation Agreements - Dr. Heidi Hahn

6. Recognitions:

Thank you to Director Shogren for her dedication and time served with the Board of Education. Wishing her and her family all the best with their move.

7. Public Input: If a member of the public would like to address the board during the public input at time, there will be chairs available in the hallway and board room. Comments will be limited to three minutes. The Board of Education/Superintendent will not converse with guests to address the topic(s) discussed at that time.

8. Approval of Minutes:

A. Regular School Board Meeting - July 11, 2022

9. Consent Calendar: Hires are approved pending negotiated contracts/agreements and a district approved /acceptable background check.

Staff Changes/Leaves

Gifts & Grants Approval

Ratify Payment of Bills

10. New Business:

For Action:

Update: Damien Williams, Mark Needham and Reid Thiesse

Added Scope Worksheet

ICS Fee Study

1. Approve additional ICS Program Management Fees for added project scope at Nisswa Elementary, Lowell Elementary, and the Warrior Early Learning Center in the amount of $297,416 as presented.

2. Approve additional ICS Reimbursable Fees for site services for added project scope at Garfield Elementary, Brainerd High School, and Riverside Elementary in the amount of $414,575 as presented.

3. Approval of the Middle School Participation and Non-Continuation Participation Agreements as presented. - Dr. Heidi Hahn

4. Approve the presented timeline and process to replace School Board member Jana Shogren. - Dr. Heidi Hahn

5. Approve the appointment of a new slate of Board of Education officers beginning immediately and to fill the approved roles until the Organizational Board of Education meeting in January 2023 - Dr. Heidi Hahn

6. Approval of the Security Officers Service Agreement with General Security Services Corporation as presented - Marci Lord

7. Approval of the meal prices for the 2022-2023 School Year as presented - Alissa Thompson and Marci Lord

8. Approval of the Post Secondary Enrollment Options (PSEO) Agreement with Central Lakes College for the 2022-23 School Year as presented - Marci Lord

9. Discussion and Approval of changing the location of the School Board Meetings effective prior to October 10, 2022 until the completion of the Washington Educational Services Building construction project (projected for August 2023). - Dr. Heidi Hahn

10. Approval of the 2022-2024 Coordinators Compensation and Benefits Handbook as presented: Angie Bennett

11. Approval of the 2022-2024 Community Education Compensation and Benefits Handbook as presented: Angie Bennett

12. Approval of the Second and Final Reading of Revised MSBA Policy #608 - Instructional Services - Special Education: Dr. Candace Burckhardt and Joel Anderson

13. Approval on the Fee Schedules for the Gichi-ziibi Center for the Arts and Brainerd Public Schools Facility Use agreements as part of MSBA Policy #902 as presented: Annmarie Lacher

11. Informational:

Brainerd Public Schools Foundation: Jana Shogren

Equity Task Force Update - Charles Black Lance

Business Services Report – Marci Lord

Enrollment Report

Superintendent’s Report - Dr. Heidi Hahn

12. Future Meetings:

August 8, 2022, Regular Board Meeting

August 16, 2022, Equity Task Force Meeting, 2 p.m.

School Board Filing Closes, 5 p.m.

Aug. 22, New Teacher Orientation, 8 a.m. at FMS

Aug 29-Sept 1, Back to School Workshop Week

Sept. 1, All Staff Kick Off Meeting, 10 a.m. at the Gichi-ziibi Center for the Arts

Sept. 5, District Offices Closed

Sept. 6, First Day of the 2022-2023 School Year

Sept. 12, Regular School Board Meeting, 6 p.m.

Oct. 10, Regular School Board Meeting, 6 p.m.

Nov. 14, Canvassing of Election Results & Regular School Board Meeting, 6 p.m.

13. Adjourn

Crosslake City Council

Meets 7 p.m. Monday, Aug. 8

City Hall

A. CALL TO ORDER

1. Pledge of Allegiance

2. Approval of Additions to the Agenda

B. PUBLIC FORUM - Action may or may not be taken on any issues raised. If Council requires more information or time for consideration, the issues will be placed on the agenda of the next regular council meeting. Speaker must state their name and address. At the discretion of the Mayor, each speaker is given a three-minute time limit.

C. CONSENT CALENDAR – NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC – All items here listed are considered to be routine by the City Council and will be acted on by one motion. There will be no separate discussion on these items unless a Citizen or Councilmember so requests:

1. Special Council Meeting Minutes of July 11, 2022

2. Regular Council Meeting Minutes of July 11, 2022

3. Unadjusted Draft: 07.31.2022 Month End Revenue Report

4. Unadjusted Draft: 07.31.2022 Month End Expenditures Report

5. Unadjusted Draft: 07.31.2022 Balance Sheet

6. Police Report for Crosslake – July 2022

7. Police Report for Mission Township – July 2022

8. Fire Department Report – July 2022

9. North Memorial Ambulance Run Report – June 2022

10. Public Safety Commission Meeting Minutes of June 1, 2022

11. Planning and Zoning Monthly Statistics

12. Planning and Zoning Meeting Minutes of June 24, 2022

13. Public Works Commission Meeting Minutes of July 5, 2022

14. Waste Partners Recycling Reports for June 2022

15. Waste Management Recycling Report for January – June 2022

16. Crosslake Ideal Lions Club Contribution Report 1/1/22-6/30/22

17. Bills for Approval

D. MAYOR’S AND COUNCIL MEMBERS’ REPORT

1. Alden Hardwick – Update on New Playground

2. Thank You Letter dated July 18, 2022 from David Wigren Re: Postponement of Road Construction Project

3. Resolution Accepting Donations

4. Report from Aaron Herzog and Marcia Seibert-Volz Re: Interview with Adam Casanova (Council Information)

E. CITY ADMINISTRATOR’S REPORT

1. Memo dated August 3, 2022 from Char Nelson Re: Cemetery Lots – Callander

2. Memo dated August 3, 2022 from Char Nelson Re: Cemetery Lots-Hopkins

3. Request from Alan Johnson for Permission to Use City Logo on T-Shirts to be Sold in Crosslake

4. Memo dated August 3, 2022 from City Administrator Re: Planning and Zoning Administrator Probation (Council Action-Motion)

F. COMMISSION REPORTS

1. PLANNING AND ZONING

a. Memo from Peter Gansen Re: Request for Final Plat Approval for Greg Haglin, Bonnie Lakes Estates, Parcel #14240601, Involving 35.89 Acres Into 12 Tracts

b. Request for Council Action from TJ Graumann Re: Park Dedication Recommendation for Bonnie Lakes Estates

c. Approval of Ordinance Amending Chapter 42, Naming an Unnamed Road as Levi Lane and Adding the Road Name to the Master Road Name Index

d. Approval to Publish Ordinance Summary in Official Newspapers

2. PUBLIC WORKS/SEWER/CEMETERY

a. Memo dated August 3, 2022 from Public Works Commission Re: Recommendation to Hold Final Assessment Hearing on September 14, 2022

b. Memo dated August 3, 2022 from Public Works Commission Re: Recommendation for Connection Charges for Moonlite Bay, Moonlite Square and Carwash

c. Letter dated August 8, 2022 from Phil Martin Re: Pay Application No. 3 for CSAH 66 Sanitary Sewer Extension

3. PUBLIC SAFETY

a. Accept Resignation of Adam Casanova

b. Memo dated August 3, 2022 from Erik Lee Re: Full Time Officer Replacement (Council Action-Motion)

c. Memo dated August 3, 2022 from Erik Lee Re: Challenge Coin Purchase (Council Action-Motion)

G. PUBLIC FORUM - Action may or may not be taken on any issues raised. If Council requires more information or time for consideration, the issues will be placed on the agenda of the next regular council meeting. Speaker must state their name and address. At the discretion of the Mayor, each speaker is given a three-minute time limit.

H. NEW BUSINESS

I. OLD BUSINESS

J. CITY ATTORNEY REPORT

K. ADJOURN

Pillager School Board

Meets 6 p.m. Monday, Aug. 15

Media Center, 323 E. Second St. S., Pillager

I. Call to Order

II. Pledge of Allegiance

III. Cell Phones/Electronic Devices

IV. Consider Additions/Deletions/Acceptance of the Agenda

V. Visitor Comments

VI. Consider Consent Agenda

A. Consider the minutes of the previous monthly board meeting

B. Monthly cash flow including investments

C. Monthly bills paid

D. Monthly bills paid -Activity accounts

E. Donations

F. Personnel summary sheet

VII. Special Board Reports with Possible Action

A. Personnel

B. Curriculum

1. Committee Report

2. Director of Teaching and Learning Report

3. Modern Teacher Presentation

4. World's Best Workforce Plan for District Leadership Team

5. Elementary ELA Pilot Update

6. District Meeting Calendar

C. Facilities

1. Athletic Complex Update

D. Policy

1. Policy 614: School District Testing Plan and Procedure

2. Policy 414: Mandated Reporting of Child Neglect

3. Policy 206: Public Participation in School Board Meetings/Complaints about Persons at School Board Meetings and Data Privacy Considerations -

First Reading

4. Policy 208: Development of Policies

5. Policy 209: Code of Ethics

6. Policy 210: Conflict of Interest

7. Policy 410: Family Leave

8. Policy 415: Mandated Reporting/Adults

9. Policy 416: Drug and Alcohol Testing

10. Policy 417: Chemical Use and Abuse

11. Policy 418: Drug-Free Workplace/School

12. Non-Substantive Updates to Policies: 104, 404, 420, 506, 508, 509, 517, 522, 525, 527, 528, 529, 532, 533, 601, 602, 613, 617, 618, 619, 620, 624, 701, 701.1, 702, 703, 704, 705, 706, 707, 710, 711, 712, 713, 714, 720, 801, 802, 805, & 806

E. Budget

1. Business Manager Report

F. Activities

VIII. Other

A. Update on projected enrollment numbers for 2022-2023

B. Safe Opening Plan Update

IX. Superintendent's Report

X. Adjournment

Curriculum Committee Meeting

Pillager School Board of Education

Meets 7 a.m. Wednesday, Aug. 10

District Office Meeting Room

I. Call to Order

II. WBWF Plan and DIscussion for DLT

III. Modern Teacher Update and Discussion

IV. Curriculum Cycle Update

V. Elementary ELA Pilot Plan

VI. Review Plan for MCA Data Share for Board meeting

VII. Requests for Information

VIII. Adjourn

Morrison County Board of Commissioners

Meets 9 a.m. Tuesday, Aug. 9

County Board Room

Government Center, Little Falls

1. CALL TO ORDER BY CHAIRMAN

2. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

3. ADDITIONS/DELETIONS TO THE AGENDA

4. EMPLOYEE RECOGNITION

4.1 Years of Service Awards

5. APPROVAL OF CONSENT AGENDA

5.1 Approve County Board Minutes 7.26

5.2 Approve Warrants

5.3 Approve Renewal 2 a.m. Liquor License for Grub & Pub

5.4 Approve Food, Pools, Lodging License for Big Adventures Child Care

Center

5.5 Approve Kindred Family Services Contract

5.6 Approve Financial Consulting Agreement with Gallagher

5.7 Approve VSO Admin Support Specialist Temporary Increase

5.8 Approve 2022 Solid Waste Hauler License to Borgmann Disposal

Services LLC

6. CHILD SUPPORT AWARENESS MONTH PROCLAMATION

7. HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES REPORT

8. LAND SERVICES REPORT

9. ADMINISTRATOR’S REPORT

10. COMMITTEE REPORTS/UPCOMING SCHEDULE

11. ADJOURNMENT

Crow Wing County Board of Commissioners

Meets 9 a.m. Tuesday, Aug. 9

County Board Room, 3rd 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.

ATTEND IN-PERSON OR BY MICROSOFT TEAMS (CALL 218-302-1725, CONFERENCE ID: 270 184 144#); LIVESTREAM AVAILABLE AT WWW.CROWWING.US OR ON THE CROW WING COUNTY YOUTUBE CHANNEL

1. 9 a.m. Call to Order and Pledge of Allegiance

2. Open Forum

3. Review and Approve Minutes

3.1. 07/26/22 Regular County Board Meeting Minutes

4. Review and Approve Agenda

5. Consent Agenda

5.1. Bills

5.2. Personnel Actions

5.3. Donation

5.4. New Premises Gambling Permit

5.5. 2022 Temporary On-Sale Liquor License - Jack Pine Brewery LLC

5.6. Award Contract No. 22013 Project SAP 018-599-035

5.7. Application for Repurchase of Forfeited Lands, Jay Thompson

6. Public Hearings

6.1. 9:15 a.m. Public Hearing, Interim Ordinance No. 2201 (New Boardwalks/Attached Dock Systems) Revisions

6.2. Resolution - Interim Ordinance No. 2201 (New Boardwalks/Attached Dock Systems) Revisions

6.3. 9:30 a.m. Public Hearing, Land Use Ordinance Revisions

6.4. Resolution - Land Use Ordinance Revisions

7. County Sheriff

8. County Attorney

9. County Administrator

9.1. Senior Management Team Report

10. Additional Business

11. Adjournment

Crow Wing County Budget Committee

Meets 9 a.m. Thursday, Aug. 11

Historic Courthouse

County Board Room / Teams

ATTEND IN-PERSON OR BY MICROSOFT TEAMS (CALL 218-302-1725, CONFERENCE ID: 193 123 307#)

1. Kitchigami Library Appropriation Request Presentation

2. Brainerd HRA Levy Request Presentation

3. Nisswa Chamber of Commerce Appropriation Request Presentation

4. Crow Wing County Historical Society Appropriation Request Presentation

5. Land Services Van Budget Amendment

6. Land Sale Update

7. 2023 Capital Improvement Project Fund Budget Update

8. 2023 Operations Budget Update

9. Financial Status Update

10. Additional Business

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:

7 a.m. - 8 p.m., Tuesday, Primary Election Day

Meets 9 a.m. Tuesday, County Board Meeting, Historic Courthouse, County Board Room / Teams (218-302-1725, 270184144#)

5 p.m., Tuesday, Aug. 9, Crow Wing County Housing & Redevelopment Authority, Land Services Building, Pine/Maple Room / Webex (contact HRA for info)

Meets 1 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 10, Minnesota Inter-County Association (MICA) Board of Directors, Zoom (call 651-222-8737 for info)

Meets 9 a.m. Thursday, Aug. 11, Budget Committee, Historic Courthouse, County Board Room / Teams (218-302-1725, 193123307#)

Meets 9 a.m. Friday, Aug. 12, Primary Election Canvass Board, Historic Courthouse, Jinx Ferrari Meeting Room

Meets 9 a.m. Monday, Aug. 15, Personnel Committee, Historic Courthouse, County Board Room / Teams (218-302-1725, 295505979#)

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