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LE IIJNCIL 00otices [OHS Seniors on parad e nl ADJOURNMENT: ' Vl There being no further business before the Council, Oakes moved and SESSION , APRIL 13, 1999 7:00 P.M. AND ROLL CALL: call and notice )r Oakes called the the Ortonville City er at 7:05 p.m. The )resent: Vice Elliott, 1, Hynnek and the Y Stattelman rio Klepel, Melvin by, Alta Froelich, Cliff Marholz, ,hn Rothi Cliff Arndt, Scott Ruth & Peter raff, Rich & Tami a Pinkert, Dahle, Trevett, Steve Tom Gronseth, Loraff, Tom & & Vadnae Kottke, im Foster, Scott Roschen, Jack Walsh, Judy B rown, y, Dale ;kolauson, Scott Amdt, Alfred Bill held pursuant to March 15, 1999, the proposed of 1999 more -Darticularly Nohce of a Pub c ;aid March 15, 1999 which is attached ark-Administrator the due of €or Oakes would hear heard for or as outlined in "ng. All persons to and no presented, except as apron assessment ................. 22-0884 ............... 22-0764 age access ............... 22-0583 aSSessment ............... 22-1464 Surveyor stakes ...................... 22.0753 Speed concems ......... 22.0758 IJption .............. 22-1121 to non-road lot ............. 22-1512 , drainage issues ............. 22.0750 path .............. 22-0756 ............. 22.0618 sidewalk damage ........ 22-0169 :lr' placement ............. 22-0752 corrections ..................... n/a "' ...... . ........... n/a ............ 22-0762 ............ 22-1507 ............ 22-1505 and assessments ............ 22-0864 ............. 22.0284 Problems ........ 22-0282 ............. 22-0282 routes ................. nla ,ulecl timing ........ 22-0758 ne repair ............ 22-1516 .................... rVa With non-street ......... 22-0126 .................... n/a tlUring construction ........ 22.0238 ............ 22-0885 will be ........... 22.0235 wished to be ard, Vice Mayor Public hearing at A-B-C AD YOU "C"ASH Elliott seconded and the motion passed unanimously to adjourn the April 13th Special meeting of the City Council of the City of Ortonville at 9:46 pm. Roman C. Taffe, _ City Clerk-Administrator Dan Oakes, Vice Mayor REGULAR SESSION MONDAY, APRIL 19,1999 CITY COUNCIL CHAMBERS 7:00 P.M. CALL TO ORDER AND ROLL CALL: Vice Mayor Oakes called the regular meeting of the Ortonville City Council to order at 7:02 pm Roll call was then taken and the following were present: George Elliott, Mel Reinke, Mike Dorry, Mary Gustafson, Bill Hynnek, and the following absent: David Ellingson. City Staff Present: Roman Taffe Media Present: Ryan Stattelman, Stacy Dammer Others Present: Roper Bird, Roy Bailey, non Athey, Krist, Delage, Fran Piatz, Cindy Nelson, Greg Paterson, Dave Dinnel AGENDA AMENDMENTS: The following agenda amendments were offered by Oakes and seconded by Reinke and the motion passed unanimously to approve the following agenda amendments: Unfinished Business: d. Historical Society light pole New Business: d. Street light in alley on N. Minnesota e. Jaycee gambling permit for KJ's Cove f. Airport sealcoating bids Bids: b. Street repairs Council Minutes: b. Remove 4/13/99 minutes BIDS: Taffe announced that no bids were received on the construction of a restroom/shower at the Riverside Park. Hynnek felt that the specifications needed to be drawn up by an engineer and that the Park Board was soliciting donations from area contractors for the project. Reinke stated that he would be meeting with Countryside Public Health and would ask for their input on construction standards. Hynnek moved and Dorry seconded that the followingresolution be adopted: RESOLUTION 99-22 RETAINING LARSON-PETERSON & ASSOCIATES, INC TO PREPARE PLANS & SPECIFICATIONS FOR RIVERSIDE PARK AND LAKESIDE PARK RESTROOMS BE IT AND IT IS HEREBY RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of Ortonville, Minnesota that the engineering firm of Larson-Peterson & Associates, Inc. be retained to prepare plans and specifications at a cost not to exceed $2,500 for restrooms facilities for the Riverside and Lakeside Parks and further that said funds shall come from the Parks Budget. Upon roll call vote the following voted aye: Hynnek, and the following voted nay: Gustafson, Reinke, Dorry, Oakes, and the following abstained: Elliott. Resolution 99-22 failed this 19th day of April, 1999. Nbxt, Council opened and reviewed quotations received for several street repair projects for the current year. Quotes for sealcoating, crack filling, and overlayment advertised for and the following is a tabulation of those received: • Bituminous Paving, Inc. Crack Sealing ................... no quote Sealcoating ........................ $15,500 Overlayment ...................... $23,813.60 • Hwy Improvements, Inc. Crack Sealing ...................... $3,900 Sealcoating ....................... no quote Overiayment ..................... No quote Daffinson, Inc. Crack Sealing ...................... $6,400 Sealcoating ....................... no quote Ovedayment ..................... no quote Oakes moved and Elliott seconded and the motion passed unanimously to accept the quote subject to a contract to be approved later from Hwy Improvement, Inc for crack sealing in the amount of $3,900. Hynnek moved and Elliott seconded and the motion passed unanimously to accept the quote subject to a contract to be approved later from Bituminous Paving, Inc. for Sealcoating in the amount of $15,500. Reinke moved and Hynnek seconded and the motion passed unanimously to accept the quote subject to a contract to be approved later from Bituminous Paving, Inc. for overlayment in the amount of $23,813.60. RECOGNITIONS/PRESENTATIONS: EDA board president, Greg Peterson, asked to be heard regarding new developments on filling the EDA Assistant position. He stated that David Dinnel had offered his services on a part time basis free of charge and that the board felt it would be beneficial to take Dinners offer and simply hire a part time secretary to help with office duties. Reinke moved and Gustafson seconded and the motion passed unanimously to authorize that the EDA hire a part time secretary CI:I'IZENS TO BE HEARD: Cindy Nelson asked to be heard regarding the 1998 Underground Utility and Street Improvement Project work on Michigan Avenue. She asked for a change in the way the curb and gutter have been installed thus far on the project. The Council discussed a surmountable curb which would enable the residents to access their yards better. Knsti Delage also addressed the Council on this topic and also asked how much her assessment would be. Council directed her to the City Clerk- Administrator's office for that information The consensus of the Council was to discuss the curb issue with the engineer and determine if that change could be made. Fran Piatz also addressed the Council on the Michigan Avenue improvements. He then asked for clarification of the recently publicized notice of lead in the City's water supply. Oakes informed him that there were only two residences that had tested positive and that they had lead interior pipes in their homes. Next, Roger Bird addressed the Council regarding a request for a utility reduction or rebate for new and expanding businesses. Elliott moved and Hynnek seconded and the motion passed unanimously to have the EDA submit a recommendation for an Incentive package for new and SHELLEY HAGGERTY Shelley I,= the daughter of John and El,sine H,=ggerty. She has been active In band, choir, wrestling cheerleader, wrestling ,statistician, church choir end lector, 4-H lind speech. Shelley took third place at State Communlc,=tlon Art contest, walt Big Stone County rapre,=entatlve for State 4-H, and h,=s lettered twice In cheerleedlng. She has been employed at the lantern Inn Motel ,and Ortonvllle Dairy Queen, • and plan,= to attend the Univer,=ity of MlchlR,=n, Ann Arbor. MI. JOSH LEE Josh I= the son of Lou and Scott Hulzenga, ,and hal been ,active In footb,=ll, ba,=ketb,=ll, baseball end Key Club. Beesidel lettering two years In football, he has also lettered in b,=seball. Josh has worked at Pepsi during high school and plans to attend college in Fergu,= Falls for business. MICHAEL RICHARD BARNHARDT Michael Is the son of Dab Bernhardt end Rick B,=rnh,=rdt. He has been active In Key Club, camera club, bu,=ine,=s rofesslon,=ls of America end Boy cout,=. He competed at the nation,el level for BPA the last two eer,= and Is • recipient of the Soy cout Eagle Award, a,= well as the South Dakota boys state delegate for Big Stone City, SO. He heldthe lead role In the Grease musical, end has also received his private pilot's license. Mike is employed at KDIO Radio and The Ortonvllle Independent, and will be attending Embry-Rlddle Aeronautical Unlver,=lty In Daytona Beach, FL, majoring in aeronautical sciences, ,air traffic control ,and airline management. STEVE ZIELIKE Steve Is the son of Ken end Lind,= Zlellke. His activities include recycling crtw, and he has been employedthroughout high school at Strege's Auto and Hilltop Cafe. Steve plan,= to Immediately go to work after gradu,=tlon. expanding businesses allowing a 50% reductionin utilities for the first year that new businesses are in operation in Ortonville. Next, Ron Athey asked the Council for an update on the platted alley East of Orchard Avenue. The Pubhc Works Director and Engineers were to discuss the feasibility and that report had not been received by Council as of the meeting time. CONSENT AGENDA: The minutes of the 4/13/99 special meeting and the 4/5/99 regular meeting of the City Council were pulled to discuss. Gustafson moved and Reinke seconded and the motion passed to. approve the consent agenda. Oakes moved and Gustafson seconded and the motion passed unanimously to approve the 4/5/99 minutes of the Ortonville City Council. Reinke moved and Oakes seconded that the followingresolution be adopted: RESOLUTION 99-23 RESCINDING RESOLUTION 99-21 BE IT AND IT IS HEREBY RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of Ortonville, Minnesota that Resolution 99-21 be and is hereby rescinded in its entirety. Upon roll call vote the following voted aye: all present, and the following voted nay: none. RESOLUTION 99-23 passed this 19th day of April, 1999. REPORTS/MINUTES OF BOARDS, COMMITTEES, COMMISSIONS: Reinke moved and Oakee seconded and the motion passed unanimously to approve the 3/31/99 minutes of the EDA as presented. Dorry moved and Reinke seconded and the motion passed unanimously to approve the 4/14/99 minutes of the EDA as presented. Elliott moved and Gustafson seconded to accept the recommendation of the Planning Commission to approve the request of Wilson Sign & Design for a sign at their North Minnesota location. Elliott moved and Gustafson seconded and the motion passed unanimously to approve the 4/13/99 minutes of the Planning & Zoning Commission as presented. Dorry moved and Reinke seconded and the motion passed unanimously to approve the 4/8/99 minutes of the Park Board as presented. Gustafson moved and Oakes seconded and the motion passed unanimously to approve the 4/5/99 minutes of the Utility Commission as presented. OLD BUSINESS: The Council discussed the Hwy7/First Street improvement project which was the topic of the public hearing held April 13, 1999. Oakes moved that the following resolution be adopted: RESOLUTION 99-24 RESOLUTION ORDERING IMPROVEMENTS (AND DIRECTING PREPARATION OF FINAL PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS) WHEREAS, after due Notice of Public Hearing on the construction of improvements for the City of Ortonville, Minnesota, hearing on said improvements was duly held and the Council heard all persons desiring to be heard on the matter and fully considered the same; NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of Ortonville, Minnesota as follows: 1. Said improvements are necessary, cost-effective, and feasible as detailed in the feasibility report. 2. It is advisable, expedient and necessary that said improvements as described in the Notice of Hearing thereon be constructed, and the same are hereby ordered made. 3 The improvements described in said Notice of Hearing are hereby designated and shall be known as City of Ortonville Improvements of 1999. 4. The consulting engineers, Larson- Peterson & Associates, Inc., are hereby directed to prepare final plans and specifications for said improvements. 5. The City Counci/shall let the contract for all or part of the work for said improvements or order all or part of the work done by day labor or otherwise as authorized by Minnesota Statutes, Section 429.041, Subdivision 2 within eighteen months of the date of this resolution ordering said improvements. The motion for the adoption of the forsgoingrasolutlon was duly seconded by member Reinke and upon a vote being taken thereon, the following voted in favor thereof: Reinke, Oakes, Elliott, Gustafson, Hynnek, Dorry, and the following voted against the same: none. Whereupon said resolution 99-24 passed this 19th day of Apnl, 1999. Next Council discussed the purchase of a new service truck and utility box for the electrical department. The cost of the utility box had been higher than anticipated and it was requested that the previously adopted approval of $28,000 be increased to $31,000 to cover that increase. Oakes moved and Elliott seconded and the motion passed unanimously to approve the budgeted request for the UrChase of service truck and utility box r the electrical department. The Council discussed a request by the Big Stone County Historical Society for a light pole and street light fixture for their museum. Hynnek moved and Reinke seconded to donate a used pole and used street light fixture to the Histoncal Society. Next Hynnek presented the Council with information regarding the city's garbage haulingcontract. He distributed information showing that Northern Waste spent more than $50k in the City last year and estimated salaries to be about that same amount. He argued that issuing requests for proposals would jeopardize those local dollars. Elliott moved and Hynnek seconded the motion passed with Reinke voting nay to rescind the motion of April 4, 1999to issue requests for proposals for the City of Ortonville garbage hauling contract. Hynnek moved and Oakes seconded andthe motion passed with Reinke voting nay to approve the direct negotiation with Northern Waste for the City of Ortonville garbage hauling contract. Hynnek moved and Gustafson seconded and the motion passed with Reinke voting nay to appoint a committee made up by Oakes, Elliott, and Hynnek to negotiate the garbage hauling contract w0th Northern Waste and to present same to Council for approval. NEW BUSINESS: Dorry moved and Reinke seconded and the motion passed unanimously to approve the request for a gambling permit exemption by Ortonville Area Health Care Foundation for the September 11,1999 Oak Tree Classic raffle. The Council next discussed a proposal received by Banner Associates to recommend improvements to the water plant to provide softened water for the City of Ortonville. Oakes moved and Hynnek seconded to table the discussion to a further date and until more information is received from the water department Dorry moved and Reinke seconded that the followingrasolution be adopted: RESOLUTION 99-25 APPROVING JAYCEE GAMBLING PERMIT FOR KJ'S COVE BE IT AND IT IS HEREBY RESOLVED THAT the City Council of the City of Ortonville, Minnesota hereby approves the request for gambling permit for the Ortonville Jaycees at KJ's Cove. Upon roll call vote the following voted aye: all present, and the following voted nay: none. Resolution 99-25 passed this 19th day of April, 1999. Reinke moved and Gustafson seconded that the following resolution be adopted: RESOLUTION 99-26 ACCEPTING PROPOSAL FOR HWY 7 SLOPE STABILITY ANALYSIS BE IT AND IT HEREBY RESOLVED by the City Council o1 the City of Ortonvilte, Minnesota to accept the roposal by Northem Technologies, Inc. r slope stability analysis. Upon roll call vote the following voted aye: all present, and the following voted nay: none. RESOLUTION 99-26 passed this 19th day of April, 1999. Next Gustafson requested a light pole be installed in an alley near North Minnesota Street and Monroe Avenue stating that the area was too dark and unsafe. Oakes moved and Hynnek seconded that the matter of alley lighting be referred to the utility committee and the motion failed with Oakes, Hynnek and Reinke voting in favor of the motion and Gustafson and Elliott voting against the motion and Dorry abstaining on the vote, to refer the matter to the Street Committee. Hynnek moved and Reinke seconded that the followingresolution be adopted: RESOLUTION 99-27 AUTHORIZING CITY RECEIVING QUOTES FOR AIRPORT SEAL COATING BE IT AND IT IS HEREBY RESOLVED THAT the City Council of the City of Ortonville, Minnesota hereby authorizes that Larson-Peterson & Associates, Inc. solicit and receive quotes to deliver to the council for sealcoating of the Airport runway. Upon roll call vote the following voted aye: all present, and the following voted nay: none. Resolution 99-27 passed this 19th day of April, 1999. Hynnek offered a first reading of an ordinance to require the hookup of all City of Ortonville residents to the City of Ortonville water system with the except for ten properties deemed not feasible for said hookup. CITY CLERK-ADMINISTRATOR REPORTS/RECOMMENDATIONS: Taffe updated the Council on the retaining wall repairs along Cliff Street which were requested by residents along that street. Project engineers have indicated the cost for the wall and sidewalk replacement would be around $22k. The Street Committee will make recommendations to the Council on this matter. Next the matter of Burdick Avenue was discussed. City attorney suggested that the Street Committee also look into UrChasing or condemning the private nd which lies under a portion of Burdick Avenue. Street Committee will review and recommend a solution with the land owner. ADJOURNMENT: There being no further business before the Council, Hynnek moved and Oakes seconded and the motion passed unanimously to adjourn the April 19th meeting of the City Council of the City of Ortonville at 9:52 p.m. Roman C. Taffe, City Clerk-Administrator David Ellingson, Mayor Fibromyalgia meet May 11th The Madison Area Fibromyalgia Support Group will meet at the Madison Hospital Basement on Tuesday, May 11, at 4 p.m. For more, information call Janet Parker in Odessa at (320) 273-2127. 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AND ROLL CALL: call and notice )r Oakes called the the Ortonville City er at 7:05 p.m. The )resent: Vice Elliott, 1, Hynnek and the Y Stattelman rio Klepel, Melvin by, Alta Froelich, Cliff Marholz, ,hn Rothi Cliff Arndt, Scott Ruth & Peter raff, Rich & Tami a Pinkert, Dahle, Trevett, Steve Tom Gronseth, Loraff, Tom & & Vadnae Kottke, im Foster, Scott Roschen, Jack Walsh, Judy B rown, y, Dale ;kolauson, Scott Amdt, Alfred Bill held pursuant to March 15, 1999, the proposed of 1999 more -Darticularly Nohce of a Pub c ;aid March 15, 1999 which is attached ark-Administrator the due of €or Oakes would hear heard for or as outlined in "ng. All persons to and no presented, except as apron assessment ................. 22-0884 ............... 22-0764 age access ............... 22-0583 aSSessment ............... 22-1464 Surveyor stakes ...................... 22.0753 Speed concems ......... 22.0758 IJption .............. 22-1121 to non-road lot ............. 22-1512 , drainage issues ............. 22.0750 path .............. 22-0756 ............. 22.0618 sidewalk damage ........ 22-0169 :lr' placement ............. 22-0752 corrections ..................... n/a "' ...... . ........... n/a ............ 22-0762 ............ 22-1507 ............ 22-1505 and assessments ............ 22-0864 ............. 22.0284 Problems ........ 22-0282 ............. 22-0282 routes ................. nla ,ulecl timing ........ 22-0758 ne repair ............ 22-1516 .................... rVa With non-street ......... 22-0126 .................... n/a tlUring construction ........ 22.0238 ............ 22-0885 will be ........... 22.0235 wished to be ard, Vice Mayor Public hearing at A-B-C AD YOU "C"ASH Elliott seconded and the motion passed unanimously to adjourn the April 13th Special meeting of the City Council of the City of Ortonville at 9:46 pm. Roman C. Taffe, _ City Clerk-Administrator Dan Oakes, Vice Mayor REGULAR SESSION MONDAY, APRIL 19,1999 CITY COUNCIL CHAMBERS 7:00 P.M. CALL TO ORDER AND ROLL CALL: Vice Mayor Oakes called the regular meeting of the Ortonville City Council to order at 7:02 pm Roll call was then taken and the following were present: George Elliott, Mel Reinke, Mike Dorry, Mary Gustafson, Bill Hynnek, and the following absent: David Ellingson. City Staff Present: Roman Taffe Media Present: Ryan Stattelman, Stacy Dammer Others Present: Roper Bird, Roy Bailey, non Athey, Krist, Delage, Fran Piatz, Cindy Nelson, Greg Paterson, Dave Dinnel AGENDA AMENDMENTS: The following agenda amendments were offered by Oakes and seconded by Reinke and the motion passed unanimously to approve the following agenda amendments: Unfinished Business: d. Historical Society light pole New Business: d. Street light in alley on N. Minnesota e. Jaycee gambling permit for KJ's Cove f. Airport sealcoating bids Bids: b. Street repairs Council Minutes: b. Remove 4/13/99 minutes BIDS: Taffe announced that no bids were received on the construction of a restroom/shower at the Riverside Park. Hynnek felt that the specifications needed to be drawn up by an engineer and that the Park Board was soliciting donations from area contractors for the project. Reinke stated that he would be meeting with Countryside Public Health and would ask for their input on construction standards. Hynnek moved and Dorry seconded that the followingresolution be adopted: RESOLUTION 99-22 RETAINING LARSON-PETERSON & ASSOCIATES, INC TO PREPARE PLANS & SPECIFICATIONS FOR RIVERSIDE PARK AND LAKESIDE PARK RESTROOMS BE IT AND IT IS HEREBY RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of Ortonville, Minnesota that the engineering firm of Larson-Peterson & Associates, Inc. be retained to prepare plans and specifications at a cost not to exceed $2,500 for restrooms facilities for the Riverside and Lakeside Parks and further that said funds shall come from the Parks Budget. Upon roll call vote the following voted aye: Hynnek, and the following voted nay: Gustafson, Reinke, Dorry, Oakes, and the following abstained: Elliott. Resolution 99-22 failed this 19th day of April, 1999. Nbxt, Council opened and reviewed quotations received for several street repair projects for the current year. Quotes for sealcoating, crack filling, and overlayment advertised for and the following is a tabulation of those received: • Bituminous Paving, Inc. Crack Sealing ................... no quote Sealcoating ........................ $15,500 Overlayment ...................... $23,813.60 • Hwy Improvements, Inc. Crack Sealing ...................... $3,900 Sealcoating ....................... no quote Overiayment ..................... No quote Daffinson, Inc. Crack Sealing ...................... $6,400 Sealcoating ....................... no quote Ovedayment ..................... no quote Oakes moved and Elliott seconded and the motion passed unanimously to accept the quote subject to a contract to be approved later from Hwy Improvement, Inc for crack sealing in the amount of $3,900. Hynnek moved and Elliott seconded and the motion passed unanimously to accept the quote subject to a contract to be approved later from Bituminous Paving, Inc. for Sealcoating in the amount of $15,500. Reinke moved and Hynnek seconded and the motion passed unanimously to accept the quote subject to a contract to be approved later from Bituminous Paving, Inc. for overlayment in the amount of $23,813.60. RECOGNITIONS/PRESENTATIONS: EDA board president, Greg Peterson, asked to be heard regarding new developments on filling the EDA Assistant position. He stated that David Dinnel had offered his services on a part time basis free of charge and that the board felt it would be beneficial to take Dinners offer and simply hire a part time secretary to help with office duties. Reinke moved and Gustafson seconded and the motion passed unanimously to authorize that the EDA hire a part time secretary CI:I'IZENS TO BE HEARD: Cindy Nelson asked to be heard regarding the 1998 Underground Utility and Street Improvement Project work on Michigan Avenue. She asked for a change in the way the curb and gutter have been installed thus far on the project. The Council discussed a surmountable curb which would enable the residents to access their yards better. Knsti Delage also addressed the Council on this topic and also asked how much her assessment would be. Council directed her to the City Clerk- Administrator's office for that information The consensus of the Council was to discuss the curb issue with the engineer and determine if that change could be made. Fran Piatz also addressed the Council on the Michigan Avenue improvements. He then asked for clarification of the recently publicized notice of lead in the City's water supply. Oakes informed him that there were only two residences that had tested positive and that they had lead interior pipes in their homes. Next, Roger Bird addressed the Council regarding a request for a utility reduction or rebate for new and expanding businesses. Elliott moved and Hynnek seconded and the motion passed unanimously to have the EDA submit a recommendation for an Incentive package for new and SHELLEY HAGGERTY Shelley I,= the daughter of John and El,sine H,=ggerty. She has been active In band, choir, wrestling cheerleader, wrestling ,statistician, church choir end lector, 4-H lind speech. Shelley took third place at State Communlc,=tlon Art contest, walt Big Stone County rapre,=entatlve for State 4-H, and h,=s lettered twice In cheerleedlng. She has been employed at the lantern Inn Motel ,and Ortonvllle Dairy Queen, • and plan,= to attend the Univer,=ity of MlchlR,=n, Ann Arbor. MI. JOSH LEE Josh I= the son of Lou and Scott Hulzenga, ,and hal been ,active In footb,=ll, ba,=ketb,=ll, baseball end Key Club. Beesidel lettering two years In football, he has also lettered in b,=seball. Josh has worked at Pepsi during high school and plans to attend college in Fergu,= Falls for business. MICHAEL RICHARD BARNHARDT Michael Is the son of Dab Bernhardt end Rick B,=rnh,=rdt. He has been active In Key Club, camera club, bu,=ine,=s rofesslon,=ls of America end Boy cout,=. He competed at the nation,el level for BPA the last two eer,= and Is • recipient of the Soy cout Eagle Award, a,= well as the South Dakota boys state delegate for Big Stone City, SO. He heldthe lead role In the Grease musical, end has also received his private pilot's license. Mike is employed at KDIO Radio and The Ortonvllle Independent, and will be attending Embry-Rlddle Aeronautical Unlver,=lty In Daytona Beach, FL, majoring in aeronautical sciences, ,air traffic control ,and airline management. STEVE ZIELIKE Steve Is the son of Ken end Lind,= Zlellke. His activities include recycling crtw, and he has been employedthroughout high school at Strege's Auto and Hilltop Cafe. Steve plan,= to Immediately go to work after gradu,=tlon. expanding businesses allowing a 50% reductionin utilities for the first year that new businesses are in operation in Ortonville. Next, Ron Athey asked the Council for an update on the platted alley East of Orchard Avenue. The Pubhc Works Director and Engineers were to discuss the feasibility and that report had not been received by Council as of the meeting time. CONSENT AGENDA: The minutes of the 4/13/99 special meeting and the 4/5/99 regular meeting of the City Council were pulled to discuss. Gustafson moved and Reinke seconded and the motion passed to. approve the consent agenda. Oakes moved and Gustafson seconded and the motion passed unanimously to approve the 4/5/99 minutes of the Ortonville City Council. Reinke moved and Oakes seconded that the followingresolution be adopted: RESOLUTION 99-23 RESCINDING RESOLUTION 99-21 BE IT AND IT IS HEREBY RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of Ortonville, Minnesota that Resolution 99-21 be and is hereby rescinded in its entirety. Upon roll call vote the following voted aye: all present, and the following voted nay: none. RESOLUTION 99-23 passed this 19th day of April, 1999. REPORTS/MINUTES OF BOARDS, COMMITTEES, COMMISSIONS: Reinke moved and Oakee seconded and the motion passed unanimously to approve the 3/31/99 minutes of the EDA as presented. Dorry moved and Reinke seconded and the motion passed unanimously to approve the 4/14/99 minutes of the EDA as presented. Elliott moved and Gustafson seconded to accept the recommendation of the Planning Commission to approve the request of Wilson Sign & Design for a sign at their North Minnesota location. Elliott moved and Gustafson seconded and the motion passed unanimously to approve the 4/13/99 minutes of the Planning & Zoning Commission as presented. Dorry moved and Reinke seconded and the motion passed unanimously to approve the 4/8/99 minutes of the Park Board as presented. Gustafson moved and Oakes seconded and the motion passed unanimously to approve the 4/5/99 minutes of the Utility Commission as presented. OLD BUSINESS: The Council discussed the Hwy7/First Street improvement project which was the topic of the public hearing held April 13, 1999. Oakes moved that the following resolution be adopted: RESOLUTION 99-24 RESOLUTION ORDERING IMPROVEMENTS (AND DIRECTING PREPARATION OF FINAL PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS) WHEREAS, after due Notice of Public Hearing on the construction of improvements for the City of Ortonville, Minnesota, hearing on said improvements was duly held and the Council heard all persons desiring to be heard on the matter and fully considered the same; NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of Ortonville, Minnesota as follows: 1. Said improvements are necessary, cost-effective, and feasible as detailed in the feasibility report. 2. It is advisable, expedient and necessary that said improvements as described in the Notice of Hearing thereon be constructed, and the same are hereby ordered made. 3 The improvements described in said Notice of Hearing are hereby designated and shall be known as City of Ortonville Improvements of 1999. 4. The consulting engineers, Larson- Peterson & Associates, Inc., are hereby directed to prepare final plans and specifications for said improvements. 5. The City Counci/shall let the contract for all or part of the work for said improvements or order all or part of the work done by day labor or otherwise as authorized by Minnesota Statutes, Section 429.041, Subdivision 2 within eighteen months of the date of this resolution ordering said improvements. The motion for the adoption of the forsgoingrasolutlon was duly seconded by member Reinke and upon a vote being taken thereon, the following voted in favor thereof: Reinke, Oakes, Elliott, Gustafson, Hynnek, Dorry, and the following voted against the same: none. Whereupon said resolution 99-24 passed this 19th day of Apnl, 1999. Next Council discussed the purchase of a new service truck and utility box for the electrical department. The cost of the utility box had been higher than anticipated and it was requested that the previously adopted approval of $28,000 be increased to $31,000 to cover that increase. Oakes moved and Elliott seconded and the motion passed unanimously to approve the budgeted request for the UrChase of service truck and utility box r the electrical department. The Council discussed a request by the Big Stone County Historical Society for a light pole and street light fixture for their museum. Hynnek moved and Reinke seconded to donate a used pole and used street light fixture to the Histoncal Society. Next Hynnek presented the Council with information regarding the city's garbage haulingcontract. He distributed information showing that Northern Waste spent more than $50k in the City last year and estimated salaries to be about that same amount. He argued that issuing requests for proposals would jeopardize those local dollars. Elliott moved and Hynnek seconded the motion passed with Reinke voting nay to rescind the motion of April 4, 1999to issue requests for proposals for the City of Ortonville garbage hauling contract. Hynnek moved and Oakes seconded andthe motion passed with Reinke voting nay to approve the direct negotiation with Northern Waste for the City of Ortonville garbage hauling contract. Hynnek moved and Gustafson seconded and the motion passed with Reinke voting nay to appoint a committee made up by Oakes, Elliott, and Hynnek to negotiate the garbage hauling contract w0th Northern Waste and to present same to Council for approval. NEW BUSINESS: Dorry moved and Reinke seconded and the motion passed unanimously to approve the request for a gambling permit exemption by Ortonville Area Health Care Foundation for the September 11,1999 Oak Tree Classic raffle. The Council next discussed a proposal received by Banner Associates to recommend improvements to the water plant to provide softened water for the City of Ortonville. Oakes moved and Hynnek seconded to table the discussion to a further date and until more information is received from the water department Dorry moved and Reinke seconded that the followingrasolution be adopted: RESOLUTION 99-25 APPROVING JAYCEE GAMBLING PERMIT FOR KJ'S COVE BE IT AND IT IS HEREBY RESOLVED THAT the City Council of the City of Ortonville, Minnesota hereby approves the request for gambling permit for the Ortonville Jaycees at KJ's Cove. Upon roll call vote the following voted aye: all present, and the following voted nay: none. Resolution 99-25 passed this 19th day of April, 1999. Reinke moved and Gustafson seconded that the following resolution be adopted: RESOLUTION 99-26 ACCEPTING PROPOSAL FOR HWY 7 SLOPE STABILITY ANALYSIS BE IT AND IT HEREBY RESOLVED by the City Council o1 the City of Ortonvilte, Minnesota to accept the roposal by Northem Technologies, Inc. r slope stability analysis. Upon roll call vote the following voted aye: all present, and the following voted nay: none. RESOLUTION 99-26 passed this 19th day of April, 1999. Next Gustafson requested a light pole be installed in an alley near North Minnesota Street and Monroe Avenue stating that the area was too dark and unsafe. Oakes moved and Hynnek seconded that the matter of alley lighting be referred to the utility committee and the motion failed with Oakes, Hynnek and Reinke voting in favor of the motion and Gustafson and Elliott voting against the motion and Dorry abstaining on the vote, to refer the matter to the Street Committee. Hynnek moved and Reinke seconded that the followingresolution be adopted: RESOLUTION 99-27 AUTHORIZING CITY RECEIVING QUOTES FOR AIRPORT SEAL COATING BE IT AND IT IS HEREBY RESOLVED THAT the City Council of the City of Ortonville, Minnesota hereby authorizes that Larson-Peterson & Associates, Inc. solicit and receive quotes to deliver to the council for sealcoating of the Airport runway. Upon roll call vote the following voted aye: all present, and the following voted nay: none. Resolution 99-27 passed this 19th day of April, 1999. Hynnek offered a first reading of an ordinance to require the hookup of all City of Ortonville residents to the City of Ortonville water system with the except for ten properties deemed not feasible for said hookup. CITY CLERK-ADMINISTRATOR REPORTS/RECOMMENDATIONS: Taffe updated the Council on the retaining wall repairs along Cliff Street which were requested by residents along that street. Project engineers have indicated the cost for the wall and sidewalk replacement would be around $22k. The Street Committee will make recommendations to the Council on this matter. Next the matter of Burdick Avenue was discussed. City attorney suggested that the Street Committee also look into UrChasing or condemning the private nd which lies under a portion of Burdick Avenue. Street Committee will review and recommend a solution with the land owner. ADJOURNMENT: There being no further business before the Council, Hynnek moved and Oakes seconded and the motion passed unanimously to adjourn the April 19th meeting of the City Council of the City of Ortonville at 9:52 p.m. Roman C. Taffe, City Clerk-Administrator David Ellingson, Mayor Fibromyalgia meet May 11th The Madison Area Fibromyalgia Support Group will meet at the Madison Hospital Basement on Tuesday, May 11, at 4 p.m. For more, information call Janet Parker in Odessa at (320) 273-2127. 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