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at the lower parking lot - age groups 0-4, 5-8, 9-12 at the lower parking lot at the lower parking lot - age groups 0-4, 5-8, 9-12 at the lower parking lot in front of The Ortonville Independen t - Sponsored by The Ortonville Independent to put a twin home on one lot on Lundell Member to Fill the Vacancy on the billing conversion is going well. A one- and questions followed. Berkner stated Approving Bid for Airport Terminal PROCEEDINGS OF Avenue and wants one curb stop with a Ortonvilie City Council year pilot project with Sanford the City should let bids on two options to WindOw Replacement Y for the two twin home units. This plan Resolution 09-082 significantly increases the ab ty to bring see what the costs would be. Discussion and questions followed. THE 0RTONVILLE wou,d prevent the developer from - Appointing William Powellas Council in additional health care resources The Motion by Berkner second by Upon roll call vote the following voted having to dig up Lundell Avenue. Public Member to Fill the Vacancy on the medical staff is working on recru t ng a Randleman to adopt Resolution 09-086 Aye: Johnson, Anderson, Dorry, Meyer, CITY COUNCIL Works Director Tim Scherer expressed Ortonville City Council Family Practice Physician. Ash asked Approving Plans and Specifications and Powell, Randleman, Berkner. Nay: concern that plans for the twin home will Mayor Blair Johnson read a letter that people take precautions to prevent Ordering Advertisement for Bids-None. All in favor. 7-0. MCU. require curb stops be placed onfrom Dan Cakes who withdrew fromthe H1N1 Flu from spread ng McCIoud Street Forcemain-28' Section c. Federal Airport Funding CITY OFFICE MEETING ROOM privately owned driveways. He stated consideration. Discussion and questions Legislative Issue: Health care funding without Curb and Gutter and 32' Section Repayment Agreement 315 Madison Avenue there could be City liability for followed regarding whether or not the from the State of Minnesota w most with Curb and Gutter. Motion by Berkner second by Powell Ortonville, MN replacement or Ortonville City Council vacant Council seat should be filled at likely be reduced. The Capital Upon roll call vote the following voted to approve a Federal Airport Funding Monday, June 1, 2009 7:00 P.M. repair of driveways should something go this time, or whether it should be Campaign has been successful withAye: Johnson, Anderson, Powell, Repayment Agreement with the City of CALL TO ORDER AND ROLL CALL: wrong with the curb stops, deferred until the next election The City $140,677.00 coming from employeesRandleman, Berkner. Nay: Dorry and Tracy, MN. Mayor Blair Johnson called the Upon roll call vote the following voted Attorney indicated that the Charter Helipad pricing has been obta ned and it Meyer. All in favor. 7-0. MCU. Regular Meeting of the Ortonville City Aye: Johnson, Anderson, Randleman, indicates that the vacancy should be looks positive to add it to the project, d. Utility Committee d. Western MN Revolving Loan Fund Council to order at 7:00 P.M. Roll Call Berkner. Nay: Dorry and Meyer. 4-2. filled forthwith. Dave Dinnel and Mary Building Project change orders total Recommendation: Resolution Accepting Muni~cipal Corporate Membership Motion carried. Gustafson withdrew their names from $401,000, of which $229,000 is for the Plans and 'Specifications and Appo!ntment was taken with the following Present: c.Utility Committee Recommendation: consideration expansion of the lower level. A 32-slice Authorizing Advertisement for Bids for Motion by Berkner second by SteveMay r Blair.Berkner,JOhnson,MikeCraigD0rry,Randleman,Nick Refer to Budget Committee for 2010 Berkner stated that the Council CT scanner will be on ne in Ju y.the Capital Improvement Plan-2010 Randleman to appoint Council Member Anderson, and Bob Meyer. Budget the Purchase of Backup should continue with 6 members and Information Systems are continuing to Projects Minnesota Revolving Loan Fund Staff Present: City Clerk-Administrator Generators for the Water Plant and wait for the election. Mayor Johnson be reviewed. " Infrastructure & Street Improvement William Powell to the Western David Lang, Deputy Clerk Susan Lundell, Public Works Director Tim Scherer, Golf Course Superintendent Travis Strasser, Interim Police Chief Gary Dinnel, City Attorney Craig Ash. Media present: Sue Kaercher Blake (Ortonville Independent), Julie French (KDIO). Others present: DaVid Dinnel, Susie Dinnel, David Tonn, Elsie Perrine, Mary GustafsotL Steve Barr, Ron Thomas, Penny BayBridge, and other interested citizens. AGENDA AMENDMENTS/APPROVAL: 9.i. EDA Appointment 11.b. Procedural Discussion and Request to do "New Business" first 12.b. Budget Committee 12.c. Referendum regarding Police Services Motion by Randleman, second by Dorry to approve the Agenda as amended. All in favor 6-0. MCU. (Motion Carried Unanimously). CITY ATTORNEY REPORTS & RECOMMENDATIONS: a.Update: Acquiring Easements- Sanitary Sewer Forcemain; Utility and Street Improvements-McCIoud Street. Attorney Ash stated now that the project is not moving forward he will have more time to obtain the necessary easements. The forcemain project will be put on the next Utility Committee Meeting Agenda b.Update: Obtain Easement(s) for Utility Line Repairs Beneath Dusty Lane. This will be put on the next Utility Committee Meeting Agenda. The issue of whether or not the City will take responsibility for the lines will be addressed. c. Fire Relief Association Board Composition It was pointed out that two City Council Representatives need to be appointed to the Relief Association Board Motion by Anderson, second by Berkner to appoint Mayor Blair Johnson and Council Member Mike Dorry as Council Representatives to the Ortonville Fire Relief Association Board. All in favor. 6-0 MCU. d.Aggregation of Retail Customers Ordinance This item will be put on the next Utility Committee Meeting Agenda for consideration. e. Infrastructure Committee Ordinance. Questions and discussion followed. This Ordinance would combine the Utility and Street Committees and would be called the Infrastructure Committee. Motion by Randleman, second by Anderson to approve the first reading of the Ortonville City Council Regular Meeting Minutes June 1, 2009 5-1. Nay: Dorry. MC. CONSENT AGENDA: a:*Approve Minutes of City Council Regular Meeting May 18, 2009 b.*Approve Minutes of City Council OAHS Workshop Meeting May 18, 2009 c.*Approve Minutes of City Council Audit Workshop Meeting May 18, 2009 d.*Approve Minutes of City Council Special Meeting May 27, 2009 e.*Accept Resignation of Angle Larson from the Library Board f.*Appoint Clyde Weros to Library Board to Complete Angle Larson Term Motion by Berkner, second by Randleman to remove Item C from the Consent Agenda All in favor. 6-0. MCU. Dorry asked Clerk-Administrator Lang to research the $18,000.00 overage on the 2008 Mayor and Council Budget. Lang will report back to the Council. Motion by Berkner, second by Randleman to approve the Consent Agenda as presented. All in favor. 6-0. MCU. RECOMMENDATIONS OF CITIZEN BOARDS, COMMITTEES AND COMMISSIONS: a.Golf Board Recommendation: Resolution Approving Purchase of 48" Toro Aerifier at State Bid Price - $19,317.00 Discussion and questions followed. Motion by Anderson, second by Randleman to adopt a Resolution Approving Purchase of 48" Toro Aerifier at State Bid Price - $19,317.00. Upon roll call vote the following voted Aye: Johnson, Anderson, Randleman. Nay: Berkner, Meyer, Dorry. 3-3. Motion Failed Motion by Dorry, second by Berkner to refer the proposed purchase back to the Golf Board. All in favor. 6-0 MCU. b.Utility Committee Recommendation: Approve That Curb Stops to Bauer's Twin Home on Lot 18, Block 2 on Lundell Avenue be Placed on City Right of Way with 1 Main Shut Off and 2 Individual Shutoffs Motion by Berkner, second by Randleman to follow the Ulteig Engineer's recommendation of 2 Curbs stops on right of way and one sewer line to Bauer's Twin Home on Lot 18, Block 2 on Lundell Avenue with appropriate covenants for the sale of each unit to be approved by the City. Discussion and questions followed. City policy requires that there be one curb stop per home~. A developer wants stated all councils should have an odd number of members in case of a tie. Motion by Randleman, second by Anderson to adopt a Resolution 09-082, Appointing William Powell as Council Member to Fill the Vacancy on the Ortonville City Council. Upon roll call the following voted Aye: Johnson, Anderson, Dorry, Randleman, Berkner. Nay: Meyer. 5-1. MC. CITY CLERK-ADMINISTRATOR REPORTS & RECOMMENDATIONS: 13.a. Update: Small Cities Development Grant Program 13.b. Update: Columbian Hotel-Roof is on and Lease Deal complete with first tenant 13.c. Ortonville TIF District Creation and Potential TIF Bond Issue-Workshop June 15 13.d. Library Steps Grant Update- Handrails coming 13.e. 2009-2010 Local Government Aid Update 13.f. MRES Bright Energy Solutions Update-Incentives 13.g. ITA Meeting to Discuss T-1 Implications-Meeting in Alexandria 13.h. Update: 2009 Taxiway and Apron Project-Ortonville Airport- Entitlement Transfer-S50,000 from the City of Tracy 13.i. Update: Airport Window Replacement-Engineer reviewing ADJOURNMENT: Mayor Johnson adjourned the meeting by consensus at 8:48 PM. REGULAR SESSION CITY OFFICE MEETING ROOM b. McCIoud Street Project and Capital Tabled by Consensus. Public input Improvement Plan-Bob Schlieman- needed. Ulteig e. Utility Committee Bob Schlieman reviewed the handout Recommendation: Resolution Approving with four options for the McCIoud Street Project. Discussion and questions followed. The Capital Improvement Plan was discussed with a map in the handout The options are to go out for bids in late summer 2009 or defer going out for bids in the spring of 2010. c. Minnesota River Trailhead Project- Pat Reisnour-lnterstate Engineering Pat Reisnour of Interstate Engineering presented information regarding the Minnesota River Trailhead Project. A portion of the City share of $129,000 could be obtained through fundraisers or through in-kind work by City staff. Construction of the playground will require the conversion of the road into a cul-de-sac. Discussion and questions followed about whether or not to proceed with Phase 1 including the playground, street work and new parking lot. There was a question as to whether or not the cul-de-sac was entirely on City property. Reisnour stated he checked with Big Stone County records and found the cul-de- sac was on city property. Resinour reported he needs a deed, a covenant Corporate Board All in favor.7-0, MCU. e. Assistance to Firefighters Fire Station Construction Grants Application Purchase of Point of Sale System & Discussion and questions followed. Software-$4,587.00plus$1,184.00/Year Motion by Berkner second by Annual Maintenance Fee Anderson to adopt Resolution 09-091, Motion by Powell second by Approving Hiring Development Services Randleman Roll to adopt Resolution 09- Inc. to Prepare Assistance to 087, Approving Purchase of Point of Firefighters Fire Station Construction Sale System & Software-S4,587.00 plus $1,184.00/Year Annual Maintenance Fee Upon roll call vote the following voted Aye: Johnson, Anderson, Powell, Randleman, Berkner. Nay: Meyer and Dorry. 5-2. MC. f. Utility Committee Recommendation: Resolution Approving Purchase of Credit Card Payment Program Motion by Randleman second by Powell to adopt Resolution 09-088, Approving Purchase of Credit Card Payment Program Upon roll call vote the following voted Aye: Johnson, Anderson, Powell, Randleman, Berkner. Nay: Meyer and Dorry. 5-2. MC. g. Utility Committee Recommendation: Resolution Approving 63-Month Lease of Mailing Equipment- $6,867.00 and 5-Year Maintenance Agreement-S1,041.25 Motion by Powell second by Randleman to approve Resolution Approving 63-Month Lease of Mailing stating the park will remain a park, a layout for the playground equipment and the application itself. Motion by Anderson second by Randleman to advertise for bids for Equipment-S6,867.00 and 5-Year paving the parking lot, cul-de-sac, and Maintenance Agreement-S1,041.25 and street and for playground surfacing. 5-2. Resolution Approving 63-Month Lease of Inserting System-S4,958.10 and 5- Grants Application-S900.00. Upon roll call vote the following voted Aye: Johnson, Anderson, Dorry, Meyer, Powetl, Randleman, Berkner. Nay: None. All in favor. 7-0. MCU. f. Let's Go Fishing Request. The Let's Go Fishing Organization asked that the City provide power by the boat ramp on the Peninsula They ate willing to be billed monthly for the service. Motion by Meyer second by Randleman to provide 110 volt power by the boat ramp on the Peninsula to the Let's Go Fishing Organization providing they pay a monthly fee for the service. All in favor. 7-0. MCU. CITY CLERK-ADMINISTRATOR REPORTS & RECOMMENDATIONS: 13.a.Update: Small Cities Development Grant Program 13.b.Update: Columbian Hotel 13.c.Library Steps Grant Update- Handrails coming 13.d.2009-2010 Local Government Aid Update 13.e.MRES Bright Energy Solutions Update-Incentives 13.f.ITA Meeting to Discuss T-1 Implications Wells. Backup generators would keep the city wells and the water treatment plant in operation in the case of a power outage. Motion by Anderson, second by Randleman to refer to the Budget Committee for the 2010 Budget the Purchase of Backup Generators for the Water Plant and Wells. All in favor. 6-0. MCU. d.Utility Committee Recommendation: Resolution Approving 30-Day Pilot Study to Improve Iron Floc and Settling be done at Water Plant using Aqua Hawk 2987 - $5,150.00. Resolution 09-079 Approving 30-Day Pilot Study to Improve Iron Floc and Settling be done at Water Plant using Aqua Hawk 2987 - $5,150.00. Motion by Randleman, second by Dorry to adopt Resolution 09-079 Approving 30-Day Pilot Study to Improve Iron Floc and Settling be done at Water Plant using Aqua Hawk 2987- $5,150.00. Discussion and questions followed. Upon roll call vote the following voted Aye: Johnson, Anderson, Dorry, Meyer, Randleman, Berkner. All in favor. 6-0. MCU. e.Utility Committee Recommendationi Approve the Billing of Highland Recreation Pool for 4 Years of Water at $184.00 per Year A meter will be installed on the hydrant for future billing purposes. Motion by Randleman, second by Anderson to approve the billing of Highland Recreation Pool for 4 years of water usage at $184.00 per year. All in favor 6-0. MCU. f.Street Committee Recommendation: Resolution Hiring Ulteig Engineers for Design Work on Maintenance Building Not to Exceed $10,000.00 The proposed design work would be done for an addition to the north side of the maintenance building. The estimated cost for the shell of the building is $80,000 to $100,000 not including insulation Public Works Director Tim Scherer stated the maintenance department needs more heated storage room for city vehicles and that the money for the project was in the budget. Discussion and questions followed. Motion by Berkner, second by Randleman to refer to the Budget Committee. All in favor. 6-0. MCU g. Police Commission Recommendation: Resolution Regarding Recruitme'nt of New Permanent Police Chief Resolution 09-080 Regarding Recruitment of New Permanent Police Chief Motion by Dorry, second by Meyer to adopt Resolution 09-080, Regarding Recruitment of New Permanent Police Chief. Upon roll call vote the following voted Aye: Johnson, Dorry, Meyer, Randleman, Berkner. Nay: Anderson. 5- 1. MC. h. Police Commission Recommendation: Resolution Setting 315 Madison Avenue, Ortonville, MN Nay: Dorry and Meyer. MC. Monday, June 15, 2009 CITIZENS TO BE HEARD: 7:00 P.M. : = a. David Dinnel commented on the CALL TO ORDER AND ROLL CALL: Mayor Blair Johnson called the Regular Meeting of the Ortonville City Council to order at 7:00 P.M. Roll Call was taken with the following Present: Mayor Blair Johnson, Craig Randleman, Steve' Berkner, Mike Dorry, Nick Anderson, Bill Powell and Bob Meyer. Staff Present: City Clerk-Administrator David Lang, Deputy Clerk Susan Lundell, Interim Police Chief Gary Dinnel, Fire Chief Randy Mclain, Pool Director Sarah Karels, OAHS Administrator Rick Ash, City Attorney Craig Ash. Media present: Sue Kaercher Blake (Ortonville Independent). Others present: David Dinnel, Penny BayBridge, Marcy Stotesbery, Pat Sester, Marlys Johnson, Nettle Eberle and other interested citizens. OATH OF OFFICE: Clerk- Administrator David Lang administered the Oath of Office to new City Council Member William Powell. AGENDA AMENDMENTS/APPROVAL: 12.f. New Business: Let's Go Fishing Motion by Randleman, second by Berkner to approve the Agenda ars amended. All in favor. 7-0. MCU. (Motion Carried Unanimously). CiTY ATFORNEY REPORTS & RECOMMENDATIONS: a.Update: Acquiring Easements- Sanitary Sewer Forcemain; Utility and Street Improvements-McCIoud Street. Pay Scale for Interim Police Chief Gary Attorney Ash reported the work Dinnel at Step 8 continues regarding acquiring Resolution 09-081 easements. Setting Pay Scale for Interim Police b.Update: Obtain Easement(s) for Chief Gary Dinnel at Step 8Utility Line Repairs Beneath Dusty Motion by Meyer, second by Dorry to Lane. This was referred to the utility adopt Resolution 09-081, Setting Pay c0mmittee'for consideration. Scale for Interim Police Chief Gary c. Approve First Reading of Dinnel at Step 8. Aggregation of Retail Customers Upon roll call vote the following voted Ordinance Aye: Johnson, Anderson, Dorry, Meyer, Motion by Randleman, second by Randleman, Berkner. All in favor. 6-0. Berkner to approve the first reading of MCU. the Aggregation of Retail Customers i. Appointment of Becky Parker to the Ordinance. All in favor. 7-0. MCU. Economic DevelopmentAuthorityBoard d. Approve Second Reading of Motion by Berkner, second by Meyer to Infrastructure Committee Ordinance approve the appointment of Becky e. Resolution Adopting Ordinance 09- Parker to the Economic Development 07 An Ordinance to Amend the Authority Board. All in favor. 6-0. MCU. Administrative Code of the Ortonville NEW BUSINESS: City Code by Revising Chapter 31 to a.Approve Expenditures Combine the Public Utility Committee Motion by Anderson, second by with the Street Committee Randleman to approve the expenditures Motion by Anderson second by as submitted. 5-0-1. Abstain: Berkner. Powell to approve the Second Reading MC. of Infrastructure Committee Ordinance b. Budget Committee Appointmen.t and to adopt Resolution 09-083, An Motion by Meyer, second by Randleman Ordinance to Amend the Administrative to appoint Council Member SteveCode of the Ortonville City Code by Berkner to the Budget Committee. All in Revising Chapter 31 to Combine the favor. 6-0. MCU. Public Utility Committee with the Street c. Referendum Regarding Police Committee Services Upon roll call vote the following voted Discussion and questions ensuedAye: Johnson, Anderson, Meyer, Powell, regarding the City continuing its Police Randleman, Berkner 6-1. Nay: Dorry. Department or hiring Big Stone County MC. for Police Services. Interim Police Chief RECOGNITIONS/PREsENTATIONS/ Gary Dinnel suggested the Council INTRODUCTIONS: make a final decision on whether or not a. OAHS May Report-Rick Ash OAHS the City would hire the County to Administrator provide police services. He stated the The April Financials indicate OAHS is City has lost good police officers due to overall on target with its budget with the uncertainty of the security of the job. $2.1M in gross revenues. Northridge Mayor Johnson referred the issue to the Residence days are down slightly. Budget Committeebyconsensus. OAHS has a $257,000 positive UNFINISHED BUSINESS: operating margin and financial a.City Assessment Policy Revision indicators continue to be strong Council Discussion and questions followed. Member Bill Powell would like to see Tabled until the first Council meeting in graphs on future presentations. The July 2009. OAHS budget year commences October b.Resolution Appointing Council1st annually. The provider-based clinic proposed purchase of computerized systems for the city office. He expressed concerns regarding the expense of the items with the impending Local Government Aid cuts. He did not want to see staff cuts as a result. He asked why the Automatic Meter Reading System that was purchased a number of years ago is not up and running. Clerk- Administrator Lang reported the staff has not completed the installation of the meters. b. Sarah Karels asked the Council to do thorough research before making a final decision regarding keeping an in- house Police Department or going with County policing. Sarah asked the Council to consider the level of criminal activity in the area as well as Year Maintenance Agreement- $1,891.00. Discussion and questions followed. Berkner suggested waiting until fall when the Pitney Bowes contract runs out to act on this equipment. Clerk- Administrator Lang offered to have the vendor give a demonstration of the equipment at a July meeting. Powell withdrew his motion. Tabled. h. Utility Committee Recommendation: Resolution Approving 63-Month Lease of Inserting System- $4,958.10 and 5-Year Maintenance Agreement- $1,891.00. Tabled with 9.g. i. Street Committee Recommendation: Refer to Planning & Zoning-Split Rail Fences on City Right- of-Way Motion by Anderson second by Randleman to refer to Planning & administration, equipment, and facilities. Zoning the issue of structures on City She also suggested doing a publicRight-of-way. All in favor. 7-0. MCU. opinion inventory. Sarah recently j. Police Commission completed a senior seminar research Recommendation:'Resolution Approving project regarding the issue and asked the Council to fully research the issue Hiring Jennifer Cronen as Part-Time Police Officer at Step 2 and Kyle Arndt before considering consolidatingas Part-Time Police Officer at Step 1 services. Motion by Anderson second by Meyer CONSENT AGENDA: to adopt Resolution 09-089, Approving a.*Approve Minutes of City Council Hiring Jennifer Cronen as Part-Time Regular Meeting June 1,2009 Police Officer at Step 2 and Kyle Arndt b.*Approve Minutes of City Council as Part-Time Police Officer at Step 1 Audit Workshop Meeting May 18, 2009 Upon roll call vote the following voted c.*Approve Hiring 2009 Summer Aye: Johnson, Anderson, Dorry, Meyer, Recreation Employees and Appointing Powell, Randleman, Berkner. Nay: 2009 Summer Recreation Volunteers None. All in favor. 7-0. MCU. d.*Approve Application for Bingo k. Planning Commission License for the Ortonville Community Recommendation: Signage Proposal Center-July 1, 2009-June 30, 2010 Discussion and questions followed. Council Member Dorry asked that Item Berkner reported that Burt Nypen d. be removed, proposed a plan for installing directional Motion by Powell second by signs around the City using grant money Randleman to approve the Agenda as that the Big Stone County Historical amended. All in favor. 7-0. MCU.Society has on hand. The signs would Motion by Meyer second by Berkner be beneficial for visitors to be able to to approve the application for a Bingo find their way around the City. It is License for Ortonville Communityunderstood that the signs will be city Center-July 1, 2009-June 30, 2010. owned and maintained and the city crew. All in favor. 7-0. MCU. will be responsible for installation. The RECOMMENDATIONS OF CITIZEN Street~ Department will be asked to get BOARDS, COMMITTEES AND prices. COMMISSIONS: Motion by Berkner second by Meyer a. Utility Committee to approve the use of Big Stone County Recommendation: Resolution Historical Society grant funds to Authorizing Transmission Service purchase directional signs. All in favor. Agreement (T-l) 7-0. MCU. Motion by Randleman second by I. Planning Commission Berkner to adopt Resolution 09-084,Recommendation: Set Plan Review Authorizing Transmission Service Fee, Plumbing Fee, Refund Policy, and Agreement (T-l) Investigative Fee. Upon roll call vote the following voted Tabled by consensus. Aye: Johnson, Anderson, Dorry, Meyer, NEW BUSINESS: Powell, Randleman, Berkner. Nay: a. Approve Expenditures None. All in favor. 7-0. MCU. Motion by Powell second by Anderson b.Utility Committee Recommendation: to approve the expenditures as Resolution Authorizing Lease of submitted. Transmission Facilities Council Member Dorry inquired about Motion by Randleman second by an invoice from Clerk-Administrator Powell to adopt Resolution 09-085, Lang for mileage reimbursement. Lang Authorizing Lease of Transmission billed the City from his home in Facilities Clarkfield to a meeting in Alexandria Upon roll call vote the following voted and Dorry thought he should bill from Aye: Johnson, Anderson, Dorry, Meyer, his workplace to Alexandria. Meyer Powell, Randleman, Berkner. Nay: asked if it was legal and Powell reported None. All in favor. 7-0. MCU. that it is customary in his work c. Utility Committee environment to charge from the" Recommendation: ResolutionApproving workplace to the meeting. Lang stated Plans and there was only a two-mile difference in Specifications and Ordering the distance from Ortonville to Advertisement for Bids-McCIoud Street Alexandria vs Clarkfield to Alexandria. Forcemain and Street and Utility Mayor Johnson stated he would Improvement Project (without curb & address the issue'v~ith the Personnel gutter) Committee. Four options for McCIoud Street 4-2-1. Nay: Dorry and Meyer Abstain: Improvements were considered as Berkner. MC. follows: 22' street without curb and" b. Resolution Approving Bid for gutter, 28' street without curb and gutter, Airport Terminal ,Window Replacement 28' street with curb and gutter, and 32' Motion by Dorry second by Meyer to street with curb and gutter. Discussion adopt Resolution 09-090, Resolution 13.g. Mosquito Spraying. 13.h.Opportunities Available to Serve the Community 13.i. Over Budget Question 13.j. Big Stone Lake Area Career Center 13.k.School Project-Transformer 13.1. MRES Board Update: No S-1 Rate Increase in 2010 13.m.MRES BestTrak Training 13.n. SW MN Arts & Humanities Council Meeting June 16 at Java Jule's 7:00 PM 13.o. Coalition of Greater MN Cities Conference-Brainerd-July 29-31 13.p. Snow Removal Budget 13.q. Golf Ranger News Release " 13.r. Chief of Police Job Announcement ADJOURNMENT: Motion by Anderson second by Powell to adjourn the meeting at 10:10 PM. ATTEST: David A. Lang Clerk-Administrator APPROVE: Blair JOhnson Mayor Court report (Week of June 30, 2009) Big Stone County Sheriff's Office Kyle Dean Chase, Blue Earth, Speeding 70/55, Fined $145. Casper Jan Hendrik Vanstaden, Ortonville, DWI, Fined $1,000, Stayed/Jail 60 days for one year, Supervised Probation one year. James Jacob Deberg, Clearwater, Failure to drive in single lane, Fined $135. MN State Patrol Brandon David Polay, Elmhurst, IL, Speeding 76/55, Fined $225. Ortonville Police Departnkent Cassaundra Elizabeth Sherod, Odessa, Driver must carry proof of insurance when operating vehicle, Fined $385, Stayed/Jail 30 days for one year. i' Page 12 INDEPENDENT Tuesday, July 14, 2009