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Brainerd City Council

Meets 7:30 p.m. Monday, Nov. 21

City Hall, 501 Laurel St., Council Chambers

The public is invited to attend these meetings in person

Attend by phone City Council: 1-844-992-4726; Meeting Access Code: 2485 762 1598

Attend by phone Safety and Public Works Committee 7:15 p.m., 1-844-992-4726; Meeting Access Code: 2485 175 0395

Attend by phone: Personnel and Finance Committee 7:15 p.m., 1-844-992-4726; Meeting Access Code: 2490 140 2668

Meeting is also televised on CTC Cable channel 8 and streamed live on YouTube: www.youtube.com/CityOfBrainerdMN

1. Call To Order

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 and Transfers of Funds

B. Approval Of Minutes

a. City Council Workshop Minutes Oct. 11, 2022

b. City Council Regular Meeting Minutes Nov. 3, 2022

c. City Council Special Meeting Minutes Nov. 16, 2022

C. Approval Of Licenses

D. Department Activity Reports

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6. Council Committee Reports

A. Safety & Public Works Committee

1. Approve Final Pay Estimate- Cuyuna Lakes State Trail NP Center Segment

2. Approve Final Pay Estimate- Improvement 21-10-Greenwood Street

3. Adopt Resolution Removing On-Street Parking on Oak Street between SE 15th and SE 16th Streets

4. Adopt Resolution of Support for the TH 371B/Willow Street HSIP Grant Application

5. Approve Letter of Support of TH 371/210 Interchange Grant Application

6. Direction on Active Code Enforcement Cases

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B. Personnel and Finance Committee

1. Consider Amending American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) Budget for Pedestrian Bridge Feasibility Study

2. Approval of Prosecution Agreement with Severson Porter

7. Unfinished Business

A. Public Hearing and Adopt Resolution for Assessment- 2021-2022 Downtown Special Services District

B. Call For Applicants – Informational

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

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

Charter Commission – 1 term (Expire 2028) – 1 term (2025)

Rental Dwelling License Board of Appeals – 3 terms (Expire 2022)

Library Board—1 term (Expire 2023)

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

Economic Development Authority (EDA) – 1 term (Expire 2027) 1 term (Expire 2026)

8. New Business

9. First Reading - Proposed Ordinance 1539, an Ordinance Amending Section 515-4 of the Zoning Code - Restrictions on Demolition and Removal of Dwelling Units Public Forum

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

11. Staff Reports

(Verbal: Any Updates since Packet)

12. Mayor’s Report

13. Council Member Reports

14. Adjourn

Pillager School Board

Meets 6:15 p.m. Monday, Nov. 21

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

I. Call to Order

II. Consider Additions/Deletions/Acceptance of the Agenda

III. Visitor Comments

IV. 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

V. Special Board Reports with Possible Action

A. Policy

1. Secondary Handbook Changes

2. Policy 515: Protection of pupil records.

3. Policy 524: Internet Use.

4. Policy 604: Curriculum Development.

5. Policy 708: Transportation Nonpublic.

6. Policy 709: Student Transportation Safety.

7. Policy 721: Uniform Grant Guidance.

8. Policy: 722: Public Data Request.

9. Policy 509: Enrollment of Nonresident Students.

B. Personnel

1. Consider the 2022-2023 Teacher Seniority list.

2. Superintendent Evaluation Goal Discussion

C. Curriculum

1. Committee Report

2. Director of Teaching and Learning Report

D. Activities

1. Committee Report

2. Band/Choir Trip Proposal.

E. Facilities

F. Budget

1. Committee Report

2. Approve final 2021-2022 Audit Review.

3. Business Manager Report

VI. Other

A. Approve Resolution Establishing Combined Polling Places

B. Set January Re-Organization/Regular meeting date.

VII. Superintendent's Report

VIII. Adjournment

Pillager School Board

Special school board meeting

Meets 6 p.m. Monday, Nov. 21

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

I. The Board Chair will call the special meeting to order.

II. Pledge of Allegiance

III. Cell Phone/Electronic Devices

IV. Review World's Best Workforce Summary Report.

V. Adjourn

Brainerd Parks and Recreation Department

Meets 4 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 22

Brainerd City Hall Council Chambers

1. Call to Order - 4 p.m.

2. Roll Call

3. Pledge of Allegiance

4. Approval of Agenda

5. Consent Calendar

NOTICE TO PUBLIC – All matters listed are considered routine by the Board and will 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 Board votes on the motion.

A. Approval of Minutes

B. Approval of the Disbursements

C. Financial Reports

6. New Business

A. MLT Park Project Update

B. Approve 2023 Fee Schedule

C. Approve 2023 Meeting Schedule

D. Approve 2023 Proposed Budget

E. Discussion on MLT Park Amphitheater Rates and Policies

F. Discussion on NCLI Grant Candidates

G. Discussion on Lighting Standards

7. Public Forum

8. Board Member Reports

9. Staff Reports

10. Adjourn

Crow Wing County Board of Commissioners

Meets 9 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 22

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: 944 049 791#); 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 (Commissioner Koering attending by Teams at 15400 Thorton Rd, Fort Myers, FL 33908)

2. Open Forum

3. Review and Approve Minutes

3.1. 11/08/22 Regular County Board Meeting Minutes

4. Review and Approve Agenda

5. Consent Agenda

5.1. Bills

5.2. Personnel Actions

5.3. Termination of Tax Forfeited Land Contract

5.4. Final Payment Request, Contract No. 22002, CSAH 5/49 Roundabout Intersection

5.5. Exempt Gambling Permit - Minnesota Elks Youth Camp

5.6. 2022 Budget Neutral Amendment - Trailer

6. Community Services

6.1. Public Health Nuisance Abatement 86150505

7. County Sheriff

8. County Attorney

9. County Administrator

9.1. Senior Management Team Report

9.2. Contract Renewal Amendment #13 for Holding Facility for Impounded Dangerous Dogs in CWC

9.3. Contract Renewal Amendment #13 for Holding Facility for Impounded Dogs in Unorganized Territories

9.4. Set County Board Calendar for 2023

10. Additional Business

11. Adjournment

County Board Correspondence

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 10 a.m. Monday, Nov. 21, General Election Post-Election Audit, Land Services Building, Meeting Rooms 1 & 2

Meets 11 a.m. Tuesday, Northland Reliability/Crow Wing County Landfill Discussion, Historic Courthouse, County Administrator's Conference Room / Teams (call 218-824-1067 for link)

Meets 9 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 22, County Board Meeting, Historic Courthouse, County Board Room / Teams (218-302-1725, 944049791#)

Thursday and Friday, Thanksgiving Holiday, county offices closed

Meets 9 a.m. Nov. 28, Personnel Committee Special Meeting, Historic Courthouse, County Administrator's Conference Room / Teams (218-302-1725, 295505979#)

Morrison County Board of Commissioners

Meets 9 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 22

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 Retirements

5. APPROVAL OF CONSENT AGENDA

5.1 Approve County Board Minutes 11.8

5.2 Approve Warrants

5.3 Approve Abstract of Abatements 11.22.22

6. FISH TRAP LAKE IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT

7. SHERIFF’S REPORT

8. HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES REPORT

9. EXTENSION REPORT

10. INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

11. COMMITTEE REPORTS/UPCOMING SCHEDULE

12. ADMINISTRATOR’S REPORT

13. ADJOURNMENT

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