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PROCEEDINGS OF THE 0RTONVILLE CITY COUNCIL WORKSHOP MEETING CITY MEETING ROOM 315 Madison Avenue, Ortonville, MN Monday April 19, 2010 5:00 P.M. CALL TO ORDER AND ROLL CALL: Mayor David Dinnel called the City Council Workshop Meeting to order at 5:00 P.M. Roll Call was taken with the following present: Mayor Dinnel,. Randleman, Reinke, Dorry, Berkner, Doren. Absent: Meyer. Staff Present: Char Grossman. Also Present: Sarah Karels, Suzy Dinnel. 2009 AUDIT REPORT-TOM KOOP- LARSON ALLEN, LLP: Tom Koop, Auditor with Larson Allen, LLP, gave a report on the financial condition of the city for the year 2009. ADJOURN: Mayor Dinnel adjourned the meeting by Consensus at 6:50 P. M. APPROVE: David Dinnel Mayor ATTEST: Charleen Grossman City Clerk-Administrator REGULAR MEETING CITY OFFICE MEETING ROOM 315 Madison Avenue, Ortonville, MN Monday, April 19, 2010 7:00 P.M. CALL TO ORDER AND ROLL CALL: Mayor David Dinnel called the Regular City Council Meeting to order at 7:00 P.M. Roll Call was taken with the following present: Mayor Dinnel, Randleman, Reinke, Dorry, Berkner, Doren. Absent: Meyer. Staff Present: Char Grossman, Susan Lundell, City Attorney Dave McLaughlin, Sarah Karels, Jason Mork, Vicki Oakes. Media Present: Sue Kaercher-Blake (Independent). Also Present: Pat Reisnour, Suzy Dinnel, Mel Ehlert, Deb Larson, Becky Parker. AGENDA AMENDMENTS: Add: 12.d. Letter to Senator AI Franken 12.e. Ad Hoc Student Council Member 12.f. Council Packets Motion by Randleman second by Reinke to approve the Agenda as amended. All in favor. 6-0. MCU. (Motion Carried Unanimously) CITIZENS TO BE HEARD: a. Mel Ehlert expressed concern regarding Senior Center issues. b. Deb Larson of the Big Stone Arts Council invited the Council to attend an informational meeting on May 8 regarding the development of a sustainable cultural center. CONSENT AGENDA: a. Approve Minutes of City Regular Meeting April 5, 2010 b. Approve Minutes of City Continued Meeting April 13, 2010 c. Approve Minutes of City Workshop Meeting April 13, 2010 d. Approve 2009 Audit Report Motion by Berkner second by Doren to approve the Consent Agenda as presented. All in favor. 6-0. MCU. RECOMMENDATIONS OF CITIZEN BOARDS, COMMITTEES AND COMMISSIONS: a. Planning Commission Recommendation: Review Tax Forfeited Property Policies. Council Member Berkner asked the Council to review the Tax Forfeited Property Policies in place. There have been complaints regarding dilapidated properties and requests that the process be streamlined. Referred to the City Attorney by Consensus. b. Planning Commission Recommendation: Review Residential Rental Unit Registration Program. The Council reviewed a Proposed Preliminary Rental Ordinance providing for rental inspections and registrations. Motion by Reinke second by Randleman to refer this to the City Attorney. All in favor. 6-0. MCU. c. Park Board Recommendation: Create Concession Stand Use Policy Motion by Reinke second by Doren to authorize the Park Board to operate the Northridge Concession Stand using Volunteers for the 2010 Summer season with proceeds going to the Park Budget. All in favor. 6-0. MCU. d. Pa.rk Board Recommendation: Support Trailhead Project with Cuts and Adjustments. Council Member Berkner stated the Park Workgroup has been working on downsizing the project to bring it down to its original expectations. The proposed cuts would bring the cost down to approximately $285,000.00. Mayor Dinnel asked that the Workgroup meet with Clerk-Administrator Char Grossma, n to determire what. city funds would be used to pay for the City's share of the project. Motion by Doren second by Randleman to call for a special recessed meeting at 4:00 PM on April 26 to consider the Trailhead Project with Cuts and Adjustments. All in favor• 6-0. MCU. e. Park Board Recommendation: Move and/or Sell City Trees. Dorry asked that this issue be referred to the Tree Board. Referred by Consensus of the Council. f. Utility Committee Recommendation: Approve Selling Marathon Water Heaters Outside Ortonville and Big Stone City's Electrical Systems for an Additional $50.00. Motion by Randleman second by Dorry to Approve Selling Marathon Water Heaters Outside Ortonville and Big Stone City's Electrical Systems for an Additional $50•00. All in favor. 6-0. MCU. g• Street Committee Recommendation: Resolution Approving Sealcoat Bid-Bituminous Paving- $40,0OO.OO Motion by Reinke second by Dinnel to adopt Resolution 10-046 Approving Sealcoat Bid-Bituminous Paving- $40,000.00. Upon Roll Call Vote the following voted Aye: Berkner, Doren, Dorry, Dinnel, Randleman, Reinke. All in favor. 6-0. MCU. h. Street Committee Recommendation: Maintenance Shop Parking Lot. This issue is on hold until the City hears from FEMA regarding funding. i. Street Committee Recommendation: Change Street Committee Meeting Date Motion by Dorry second by Reinke to schedule the Street Committee Meeting Date for the second Wednesday of each month at 9100 A. M.' All in favor. 6-0. MCU. j. Park Board Meeting Date and Time. Motion by Reinke second by Randleman to set the Park Board Meeting Date for the second Wednesday of each month at 7:00 P. M. All in favor. 6-0. MCU. UNFINISHED BUSINESS: a. Lakeside Park Project. A Special Recessed City Council meeting was set for Monday, April 26, 2010 at 4:00 P. M. to consider the Lakeside Park Project. b. Resolution Approving Guidelines for the Use of Reserved Funds, Designated Funds and Unreserved Funds. Mayor Dinnel withdrew this Resolution. c. Resolution Approving Agreement with Ehlers & Associates, Inc. for Professional Services for the Completion of a Utility Rate Study- $13,000.00. Motion by Berkner second by Doren to adopt Resolution 10-047 Approving Agreement with Ehlers & Associates, Inc. for Professional Services for the Completion of a Utility Rate Study- $13,000.00. Upon Roll Call Vote the following voted Aye: Berkner, Doren, Dorry, Dinnel, Randleman, Reinke. All in favor. 6-0. MCU. NEW BUSINESS: a. Approve Expenditures Motion by Dorry second by Doren to approve the Expenditures as presented. 5-0-1. Abstain: Berkner. MC. b. Appoint City Representative to Attend Citizens of Big Stone Lake Meeting-Thursday, April 29, 1:00 P.M. Mayor Dinnel and Council Member Reinke will attend. c. Proposed City Hall Layout Clerk Administrator Char Grossman was asked to coordinate moving the City Office back to the Armory as a cost savings measure. d. Proposed Letter to Senator Franken. Mayor Dinnel presented a draft letter of appreciation to Senator Franken for Council review. Motion by Randleman second by Doren to approve the content of the letter and to approve sending the letter. All in favor. 6-0. MCU. e. Ad Hoc Student Council Member. Mayor Dinnel asked that an Ortonville School Student Council Member be appointed as an ad hoc member of the City Council. By Consensus of the Council a Student Council Member will be asked to serve as an ad hoc City Council member. f. City Council Packets. Council Member Dorry asked that a deadline of Wednesday at 9:00 A. M. be set for items to be included in the City Council Packets and that packets be completed and delivered to Council Members on Thursday afternoon. Motion by Berkner second by Randleman 1o set 9:00 A.M. Wednesday as the deadline for items to arrive in the City Office for inclusion in the City Council Packet and that the packets be completed and delivered by the end of the workday on Thursday. All in favor. 6-0. MCU. CITY CLERK-ADMINISTRATOR REPORTS & RECOMMENDATIONS: a. Clerk-Administrator Grossman reported that a welder was purchased at an auction sale for $1,800.00 for the Street Department. ADJOURNMENT: Motion by Berkner second by Doren to recess the meeting until Monday, April 26 at 4:00 P. M. Recessed at 8:20 P.M. All in favor. 6-0. MCU. ATTEST: Susan Lundell Deputy City Clerk APPROVE: David Dinnel Mayor CONTINUED REGULAR MEETING CITY OFFICE MEETING ROOM 315 Madison Avenue, Ortonville, MN Monday, April 26, 2010 4:00 P.M. CALL TO ORDER AND ROLL CALL: Mayor David Dinnel called the Regular Continued City Council Meeting to order at 4:02 P.M. Roll Call was taken with the following present: Mayor Dinnel, Randleman, Reinke, Dorry, Berkner, Doren, Meyer. Absent: None. Staff Present: Char Grossman, Susan Lundell, Jason Mork, Travis Strasser. Also Present: Pat Reisnour, Suzy Dinnel, Elsie Perrine. AGENDA AMENDMENTS: ADD: 11 .a. Golf Course Courtyard Added to the Agenda by Consensus of the Council. UNFINISHED BUSINESS: 11 .a. Golf Course Courtyard City Council Representative to the Golf Board Steve Berkner asked the Council to approve a Golf Course Courtyard Project that would add a courtyard, shrubs and flowers to the south side of the Clubhouse. Snortum's Nueery will doaa, te the Labor and the plants to the City for the project. The cost of the materials for the courtyard will be covered by donations from various groups. Golf Course Superintendent Travis Strasser asked that the Council consider approving the installation of an irrigation system for the plants, shrubs and surrounding grassy area. A motion was made by Doren and seconded by Randleman and passed unanimously to approve the installation of a courtyard, shrubs, flowers and corresponding irrigation at the Golf Course providing the project is funded with donations of labor and money with no city funds being used. 11.b. 2010 LGA Adjustments- Lakeside Park Project Pal Reisnour of Interstate Engineering presented a revised gene'ral layout of the proposed Lakeside Park Project. The estimated city share of the revised project was $117,000.00. Discussion followed regarding funding of the city share. Clerk-Administrator Char Grossman presented the Council with budget cut options to cover the cost of the city's share. Budget cut Example A and Example B were identical except Example A cut $40,000.00 from the EDA and Example B cut $81,114.00 from the EDA. The latter cut would free up the needed $117,000.00. It was pointed out that the EDA Budget could be funded with Fairway View funds. Berkner encouraged the Council to act in favor o the project due to the fact that engineering costs have already been incurred and he would like 1o tap into the State's funds for a match. He would like to see a scaled down version of the project salvaged for the head of the lake. 11.c. Berkner moved and Doren seconded that the following Resolution be adopted: RESOLUTION 10-048 RESOLUTION APPROVING CONCEPT OF PROCEEDING WITH THE LAKESIDE PARK PROJECT PROVIDING FUNDING CAN BE IDENTIFIED Upon roll call vote the following voted Aye: Berkner, Randleman, Doren, Dinnel, Reinke, Meyer and the following voted nay: Dorry. Resolution 10-048 passed this 26th day of April 2010. Discussion and questions followed regarding funding the Lakeside Park Project. Suggestions were made to transfer utility funds to the general fund to cover some of the expenses. 11.d. Doren moved and Randleman seconded that the following resolution be adopted: RESOLUTION 10-049 RESOLUTION APPROVING FUNDING OF LAKESIDE PARK PROJECT Upon roll call vote the following voted Aye: Berkner, Doren, Dinnel, Meyer, Randleman, Reinke. Nay: Dorry Resolution 10-049 passed this 26th day of April 2010. 11.e. Randleman moved and Reinke seconded that the following Resolution be adopted: RESOLUTION 10-050 RESOLUTION ACCEPTING BID FOR MINNESOTA RIVER HEADWATERS TRAILHEAD PROJECT-DALLAS I HANSON CONSTRUCTION- $17,950.00 Upon roll call vote the following voted Aye: Berkner, Doren, Dorry, Dinnel, Meyer, Randleman, Reinke. Nay: None. Resolution 10-050. passed this 26th day of April 2010. 11.f. Reinke moved and Berkner seconded that the following Resolution be adopted: RESOLUTION 10-051 RESOLUTION AWARDING BID FOR MINNESOTA RIVER HEADWATERS TRAILHEAD PROJECT-PETERS CONSTRUCTION-S239,137.00 Upon roll call vote the following voted Aye: Berkner, Doren, Dinnel, Meyer, Randleman, Reinke. Nay: Dorry. Resolution 10-051 passed this 26th day of April 2010. ADJOURNMENT: Mayor Dinnel adjourned the meeting by Consensus at 6:17 P. M. APPROVE: David Dinnel Mayor ATTEST: Charleen Grossman City Clerk-Administrator PROCEEDINGS OF THE BIG STONE COUNTY BOARD April 20, 2010 The Big Stone County Board of Commissioners met in the Commissioner's Room at 8:30 AM on Tuesday, April 20, 2010. Chairman Sandberg called the meeting to order with Commissioners Athey, Berning and Wulff present. Commissioner Olson was absent• Also present were Mike Swenson of the Ortonville Independent, County Attorney Bill Watson and County Auditor Michelle Knutson. The Pledge of Allegiance followed• Motion by Athey, seconded by Berning and carried to approve the minutes of the March 20 t" emergency meeting and the April 6 'h regular meeting• Motion by Wulff, seconded by Berning and carried to approve the agenda with noted additions. Commissioners reported on the following committees: Wulff - Mental Health Consortium; RLF; RC&D; Park Berning - Countryside Public Health Sandberg - CBSL Athey - Park Motion by Athey, seconded by Berning and carried to execute the 1-year lease of farm land in Section 31 of Browns Valley Township with Scott Doschadis at the rate of $75/acre or $2,752•50. Motion by Athey, seconded by Wulff and carried to authorize payment of the following claims as presented by Auditor Knutson: General $ 82,782.09 Highway 36,464.50 Ditch 2,805.33 State 40.00 Total $122,091.92 Motion by Athey, seconded by Berning and carried to authorize the following internal transactions: Ditch to Highway $3,523•43 CD #2 $1,429.59 JD #4 $2,093.84 General to Highway $4,707.46 Auditor Knutson asked for questions and/or comments on the year-to-date financial information provided for the Board's review. Motion by Berning, seconded by Wulff and carried to execute the Workforce Investment Act Joint Powers Agreement. The agreement was modified to incorporate recommendations provided by MCIT. Sheriff John Haukos reported that the State is cutting funding for the Sentence to Serve (STS) program in half. The County currently shares a contract with Swift County paying 1/3 of the cost. However, Swift County is considering cancelling their contract. Sheriff Haukos will update the Board after Swift County makes their decision• Discussion was held on the lines from the Courthouse to the water tower and to the Schumacher tower. The current provider indicated that the cost of the lines will be increasing dramatically• Sheriff Haukos requested that a repeater system be installed for the water tower line instead, which would be narrowband compliant, and is estimated to cost $5,410. Motion by Berning, seconded by Sandberg and carried to authorize the installation of the system• There will be more information coming on a canopy system for the Schumacher tower• HR Director Sue Schultz presented information on an additional insurance option. Motion by Athey, seconded by Berning and carried not to offer it to our employees at this time. Motion by Athey, seconded by Wulff and carried to authorize a fitness for duty exam for an employee. County Engineer Nick Anderson reported that he is having difficulty getting permits from the DNR. Motion by Wulff, seconded by Athey and carried to accept the low quote of Travis Arndt in the amount of $12,715 for the Clinton shop roof and addition project. Motion by Athey, seconded by Sandberg and carried to support the local efforts to have art installed along the trail. Motion by Berning, seconded by Athey and carried to establish a change fund of $100 for the Sheriff's Department. It will come out of the current change fund in the Treasurer's Office. Discussion was held on the issues with the well at Toqua Park. It is estimated that it will cost $13-$15,000 to dig a new well. In addition, the current one will need to be abandoned and resealed. Motion by Wulff, seconded by Athey and carried to authorize the expenditure. Motion by Athey, seconded by Berning and carried to allow the Toqua Sportsman's Club to dispose of the old dock at Toqua Park. Chairman Sandberg adjourned the meeting at 11:23 AM. Michelle R. Knutson, Auditor Roger Sandberg, Chairman " United States o Census 2010 Court report (Week of May 4, 2010), BIG STONE COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE Kevin L. Coe, Speeding, 65/55, Fined $125. Sharon Anna Bilben, Graceville, Driving After Suspension, Fined $%5. Wesley Duane Jr. Torke, Cottonwood, Truck Registration Card Required, Fined $182. MN STATE PATROL Stacey Ann Toney, Chaska, Speeding, 65/55, Fined $125. Danielle Marie Buhl, Dumont, Window Restrictions, Fined $135. Thomas James Curran, Yankton, SD, Speeding, 65/55, Fined $125. MN DEPT OF NATURAL RESOURSCES Nathan Troy Freeman, Minneota, Misdemeanor, Fined $135. NOTICE OF EXPIRATION OF REDEMPTION STATE OF MINNESOTA ) Cindy Nelson )§ County Treasurer COUNTY OF BiG STONE ) To all persons having an interest in lands described in this notice: You are notified that the parcels of land described in this notice and located in Big Stone County, Minnesota, are subject to forfeiture to the State of Minnesota because of nonpayment of delinquent property taxes, special assessments, penalties, interest and costs levied on those parcels. The time for redemption from forfeiture expires if redemption is not made by the later of (1) 60 days after service of this notice on all persons having an interest in the lands of record at the Office of the County Recorder, or (2) by the second Monday in May. The redemption must be made in my office. The following information is listed below: the names of the property owners, tax- payers, and any interested parties who have filed their addresses under M.S. 276.041; the legal description and parcel identification number of the parcel; and the amount necessary to redeem the parcel as of the date listed below. Names Legal Description PIE) Amount Thomas Cortez 2nd Addition to Sunset View, 13-0293-000 $6,816.39 Donald & Shirley Carrick Lots 10 & 11, Prior Township Douglas Arens S 5' of Lot 3 & All Lot 4, 15-0034-000 $215.34 Block 6, Original, City of Barry Douglas Arens All BLock 20, Original, 15-0066-000 $1,030.86 City of Barry Anna Bell Hloucha Lot 2, Block 6, First Addition 16-0101-000 $2,110.69 City of Beardsley Ronald Fossen Lots 1 & 2, Block 2, Westfall's 16-0167-000 $282.08 Addition, City of Beardsley Ronald Fossen Lot 3, Block 2, Westfall's 16-0169-000 $1,828.58 Addition, City of Beardsley Karry & Michael Sabolik S 79' of Lot 4 & S 79' of E 32' 17-0090-000 $1,408.50 of Lot 5, Block 5, Erickson's 1st Addition, City of Clinton Karry & Michael Sabolik N 65' of Lot 4 & N 65' of E 32' 17-0091-000 $376.31 of Lot 5, Block 5, Erickson's 1 st Addition, City of Clinton Justin Koepp S 600" of E 150' of SE 1/4 18-0007-000 $3,816.91 NE 114, Section 4, 120-44 Correll City Lands Steven Altrich Etal Lots 15, 16 & 17, Block 12, 19-0272-000 $517.21 King's Addition, City of Graceville FAILURE TO REDEEM THE LANDS PRIOR TO THE EXPIRATION OF REDEMPTION WILL RESULT IN THE LOSS OF THE LAND AND FORFEITURE TO THE STATE OF MINNESOTA. In order to avoid forfeiture, you must pay by July 1, 2010. Inquiries as to these proceedings can be made to the Big Stone County Trea- surer, whose address is set forth below. Witness my hand and official seal this 30th day of April, 2010. Cindy Nelson Big Stone County Treasurer 20 Second Street SE OrtonviUe, MN 56278 320-839-6395 (May 4 & 11, 2010) GENERAL NOTIC TO CONTROL OR ERADICATE NOXIOUS WEEDS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN this third day of May, 2010, pursuant to Minnesota Statutes Section 18.83, Subdivision 1 (2009), that all persons in Big Stone County, Minnesota, shall control or eradicate all noxious weeds on land they occupy or are required to maintain. Control or eradication may be accomplished by any lawful method, but the method(s) applied may need to be repeated in order to prevent the spread of viable noxious weed seeds and other propagating parts to other lands. Failure to comply with the general notice may mean that an individual notice, Minnesota Statutes, Section 18.83, Subdivision 2 (2009), will be issued. An individual notice may be appealed within two working days of receipt to the appeal committee in the county where the land is located. Failure to comply with an individual notice will mean that the inspector having jurisdiction may either hire the work done or seek a misdemeanor charge against the person(s) who failed to comply. If the work is hired done by the inspector, the cost can be placed as a tax upon the land and collected as other real estate taxes are collected. The statewide noxious weeds are: Field Bindweed, Hemp, Loostrife Purple; Mustard, Garlic; Poison Ivy, Spurge, Leafy; Sowthistle, Perennial; Thistle, Bull; Thistle, Canada; Thistle, Musk; Thistle, Plumeless. In Big Stone County, the following are noxious weeds also: Wild Sunflower, Velvet Leaf, Wild Proso, Millet, and Black Nightshade. The Local Weed Inspectors are township supervisors, city mayors or their appointed assistants. More information regarding the MN Noxious Weed Law and a list of County Agricultural Inspectors can be obtained from the Minnesota Department of Agriculture's website by visiting: http'J/www.mda.state.mn.us/en/plants/pestmanagementhveedcontrol/cailishaspx BY ORDER OF THE TOWNSHIP AND CITY INSPECTORS IN BIG STONE COUNTY TOWNSHIP OF AKRON Roger Rheingans, Chairman ................. Correll Warren Wiese, Clerk ......................... Ortonville Rick Wilkening, Treasurer .................. Appleton Richard Guse ......................................... Correll John Jonson ........................................... Correll TOWNSHIP OF ALMOND Ronald Chase, Chairman ...................... Clinton Gregory Brandt, Clerk ........................... Clinton Donar3 Karsky, "Treasurer ...................... CYmton Grog Athey ............................................ Clinton Gene Moberg ........................................ Clinton TOWNSHIP OF ARTICHOKE Jacob Danielson, Chairman ................... Correll Kay Stenstuen, Clerk ............................. Correll Dave Cons, Treasurer.....: .................. Appleton Milton Stenstuen .................................... Correll Steve Jagow ........................................... Correll TOWNSHIP OF BIG STONE Marlyn Schumacher, Chairman ......... Ortonville Holly Wellendorf, Clerk ...................... Ortonville Kathy Nelson, Treasurer ................... Ortonville Charles Lindquist ............................... Ortonville Ron Reisdorph .................................. Ortonville TOWNSHIP OF BROWNS VALLEY Stephen Syverson, Chairman ........... Beardsley Nancy Deutsch, ClerkJTreasurer ...... Beardsley Kathy Issendorf, Deputy Clerk .......... Beardsley Michael Spindler ........................ Browns Valley Donald Diekmann ............................. Beardsley TOWNSHIP OF FOSTER Wilbur Athey, Chairman ......................... Clinton Edward J. Holker, Clerk .................... Beardsley LeRoy Schoon, Treasurer ................ Beardsley Donovan Tesch ...................................... Clinton Dennis Kvatum ................................. Beardsley TOWNSHIP OF GRACEVILLE Jon W. Pansch, Chairman ................ Graceville Clara J. Andrews, Clerk .................... Graceville Betty Lane, Treasurer ....................... Graceville Raymond H. Pansch ......................... Graceville James E. Reynolds ........................... Graceville TOWNSHIP OF MALTA Terry Gillespie, Chairman ...................... Clinton Bruce Moberg, Clerk ............................. Clinton Kent Morrill, Treasurer ........................... Clinton Kyle Gillespie ......................................... Clinton Roger Findlay ........................................ Clinton TOWNSHIP OF MOONSHINE Dan Waiters, Chairman ......................... Chokio Diane Vogt, Clerk/Treasurer .................. Chokio Brian Wulff ............................................. Chokio Jim Wolf ................................................. Chokio TOWNSHIP OF ODESSA Earl Holgerson, Chairman .................... Odessa Jay Sammon, Clerk .............................. Odessa Janet Stack, Treasurer ......................... Odessa Erick Klepel ....................................... Ortonville Paul Maas ......................................... Odonville TOWNSHIP OF ORTONVILLE Bruce Hoerneman, Chairman ............ Odonville Harold Oimberg III, Clerk/Treasurer ..Ortonville Donald Schumacher .......................... Ortonville Alan Webster ..................................... Ortonville TOWNSHIP OF OTREY Ronald Thompson, Chairman ........... Ortonville Larry Hetgeson, Clerk ........................ Ortonville Richard Thomson, Treasurer ............ Ortonville Robert Thompson .............................. Ortonville Kimberly Danielson ........................... Ortonville TOWNSHIP OF PRIOR Wayne Athey, Chairman ................... Graceville David Weber, Clerk ........................... Ortonville Linda Brandt, Treasurer ........................ Clinton Dale Johnson .................................... Ortonville Dale Fitzner ........................................... Clinton TOWNSHIP OF TOQUA Kyle Kleindl, Chairman ..................... Graceville Mark Kleindl, Clerk ........................... Graceville Raymond Arens, Treasurer .............. Graceville Mike Vangsness ............................... Graceville David Arens ...................................... Graceville CITY OF BARRY Gone Carrington, Mayor .......................... Barry Nelia Gary, Clerk ...................................... Barry Roger Nosbusch, Treasurer ..................... Barry CITY OF BEARDSLEY Mary Sykora, Mayor ......................... Beardsley Kathy Issendorf, Clerk/Treasurer ...... Beardsley CITY OF CLINTON Shirley Finberg, Mayor .......................... Clinton David Stotesbery, Clerk/Treasurer ........ Clinton CITY OF CORRELL Diane Koepp, Mayor .............................. Correll Crystal Koepp, Treasurer ....................... Correll CITY OF GRACEVILLE Audrey Rahrlien, Mayor .................... Graceville Scott Bauer, Clerk ............................. Graceville Gladys Steen, Treasurer .................. Graceville CITY OF JOHNSON Donald Johnsrud, Mayor ..................... Johnson Elaine Johnsrud, Clerk ........................ Johnson Larry Spaulding, Treasurer ................. Johnson CITY OF ODESSA Catherine Teske, Mayor ....................... Odessa Donna Van Hout, Clerk/Treasurer ........ Odessa CITY OF ORTONVILLE David Dinnel, Mayor ......................... iOrtonville Char Gressman, City Clerk ............... Ortonville COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Walter Wulff Jr.. t st District ............... Graceville Wade Athey, 2rid District .................. Beardsley Brent Olson, 3rd District ........................ Clinton Roger Sandberg, 4th District ............. Ortonville Joe Berning, 5th District .................... Ortonville The Board of County Commissioners asks your cooperation in this weed control work. Harold J. Nelson COUNTY AGRICULTURAL INSPECTOR Tuesday, May 11,2010 00INDEPENDENT Page 5b