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notices NOTICE OF ASSUMED NAME MINNESOTA to Chapter 333, Minnesota undersigned, who is or will ting or transacting a business in the State of under an assumed name, name under which the is or will be conducted is SHOP. address of the principal is or will be: 201 RITA MN 56278. and street address of all business under the Name. LOEHRER, formedy HENRICHS MN 56278-1114 regoing instrument was ed before me this 12th day 1998, by Marlene E. 'on behalf of Molly's Beauty Linda Hofhenke, Notary Public )ires Jan. 31,2000 (Dec. 8 & 15, 1998) NOTICE FOR BIDS !.is hereby given that sealed be received by the Big Stone of Commissioners at the Auditor, 20 SE 2nd 56278 until A.M. on January 5, 1999 WHEEL WITH SIDE AND ROTARY MOWERS and specifications for the may be examined and at the office of the County Engineer, Ortonville, Bids shall be submitted on forms as prepared by the ighway Engineer and will be to prospective bidders upon be accompanied by a payable to Treasurer, Big Stone County, five percent (5%) of the the bid. Board reserves the d]ht any or all bids and to wafve Darrell Peffis Courty Highway Engineer Big Stone County 437 N. Minnesota Odonville, Minnesota 56278 (320) 839-2594 (Dec. 15, 22, 1998) NOTICE IN DISTRICT COURT EIGHTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT PROBATE DMSION COURT RLE NO. P4-98-178 MINNESOTA BIG STONE PETITION FOR FORMAL ATE OF WILL AND OF PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE IN ) NOTICE TO CREDITORS S. STEEN, INTERESTED PERSONS AND and Notice is hereby on the 27th day of January, a.m., a heanng will be held Court at Ortonville, for the probate of an to be the Last Will above-named dated July 30, 1996, and for of Paul Tellefson, is P.O. Box 677, Hawley, representative the above-named m an unsupervised and that any objections be filed with the Court. and no objections are representative will be to administer the estate, to assets, pay all legal debts, and expenses, and sell personal property, and do all acts for the estate. given that all creditors against said estate are to present the same to said or to the Court within four months after b of this notice or said claims will :1. this 9th day of December, Peter Hoff, Judge of District Court, Probate Division GREAT TIRE VALUES Mr. Paul O. Skatvold HANNAHER, VAA & SKATVOLD, P.LL.P. Norwest Bank Building P.O. Box 8 Moorhead, MN 56561-0008 Phone (218) 233-2406 (Dec. 15, 22, 1998) 3S OF STONE BOARD November 10, 1998 )rgerson called the at 8:30 A.M. with Lane, Throndrud and Commissioner Krueger Also )resent was Bill Michelle Knutson Pattison.  to the ! included discussion of the payments to and reimbursement to the squad car sold to Motion made by and seconded by Lane to the agenda. Motion carried. the recommendation of the motion made by by Maas to executive session of the preliminary discussion of a Motion carded. Ms. the room. Followingthe motion made by Maas and seconded by Throndrud to end the executive session and open the Board meeting. Motion carried. No action was required. Motion then made by Throndrud and seconded by Maas to accept the resignation of Judith Pattison as Human Rights Officer and to appoint Dan Hanratty to the position on a temporary basra. Motion carded. Watson briefly discussed the request of Jim Strong for installation of a private crossing on County Ditch #13 and concurred with the engineer's recommendation that the costs for such installation would be borne by the landowners. While Mr. Hanratty was at the meeting, a telephone call was then placed to Commissioner Krueger's residence for the purpose of discussing County Based Purchasing and whether or not Big Stone County was prepared for make a Iongterm commitment. Both CommissionerKrueger and Mr. Hanratty had represented the County on the planning task force and both recommended that the county move forward. Motion made by Lane, seconded by Maas and carded to adopt the following resolution: 98 - 45 WHEREAS, Big Stone County has worked in partnership with the Minnesota Department of Human Services with the intent of directly purchasing health care services for county residents who are eligible for Medical Assistance and General Assistance Medical care; and WHEREAS, Big Stone County intends to participate in a multi-county joint powers board under Minnesota Statute 471.59 and will adopt by-laws which will OOaVern the operation of the County sad Purchasing project; and WHEREAS, it is our intent to bein delivering health care services unoer County-Based Purchasing no later than October 1, 1999; and WHEREAS, our County-Based Purchasing initiative will comply with applicable Minnesota Department of Health requirements as set forth in Minnesota Statutes 62D and 62N and Minnesota Statutes 72A.201; and WHEREAS, local health care providers have expressed interest in working with the local health and human services agencies to ensure access to uality health care services and to evelop contracts with the County- Based Purchasing Govemance Board; and WHEREAS, the Big Stone County Board is committed to ensunng that all medically necessary services in the Medical Assistance and General Assistance Medical Care benefit set are available to recipients and will develop risk management strategies to manage any potential deficits; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, in accordance with Minnesota Statutes 256B.692, that Big Stone County hereby notifies the Minnesota Department of Human Services of its intention to implement County-Based Purchasing for MA and GAMC recipients. As also required by statute, it is our intention to submit a final plan no later than Apnl 1, 1999 to the Minnesota Department of Human Services. Motion made by Lane, seconded by Throndrud and carried to adopt the following resolution: 98 - 46 //" WHEREAS, Big Stone Couy is a member of PRIME WEST CENTRAL COUNTY BASED PURCHASING INITIATIVE, a multi-county joint powers arrangement, established under Minnesota Statute 471.59 to deliver health care services to recipients of MA and GAMC under County-Based Purchasing; and WHEREAS, Big Stone County has made known its intent to implement County-Based Purchasing no later than October 1, 1999; and WHEREAS, compliance with Minnesota Statute 62D.43 requires that our County-Based Purchasing Initiative create a solvency reserve fund; and WHEREAS, according to formulae provided by the Minnesota Department of Health, our Initiative's reserve requirement will consist of $1,006,995 on October 1, 1999 and $1,510,329 on December 31, 2000; and WHEREAS, our Joint Powers Agreement calls for the reserve requirement to be guaranteed by member counties on a proportional basis, according to each county's CY MA/GAMC enrollment figures for eligible reT ients; now EREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that Big Stone County hereby guarantees its portion of the Department of Health solvency requirement. According to the calculations dud above, our specific guarantee for this purpose willconsist of $50,349 on October 1, 1999 and $75,516 on December 31, 2000. In resolving to serve as guarantor for this program, it is the understalxling of this Board that in the case of insolvency, any funds to which we are responsible shall be transferred, unconditionally and upon demand, as provided in Minnesota Statute 62D.043, Subd.2. Furthermore, it is this Board's understanding that this guarantee shall not terminate for any reason without notifying the Commissioner of Health at least nine months pnor. Thisguarantee may not be waived, modified, amended, terminated, released or otherwise changed except as provided by the guarantee agreement and applicable statute. Ths document shall be governed by, construed and enforced according to the laws of Minnesota. Sheriff Joe Berning informed the Board that the sheriff' s department had been awarded a mini-grant in the amount of $500.00. The grants are to be used for traffic safety purposes. Motion made by Throndrud, seconded by Maas and carried to adopt the following resolution: 98-47 WHEREAS, Big Stone Coun. desired to guard the safety of the cihzens by improving traffic safety and participating in the Safe and Sober Challe .n.ge.; and WHEREAS, under the provm=on of the Highway Safety Act (P.L. 89-563), the Minnesota Department of Public Safety has federal funding to promote traffic safety; and WHEREAS, the Minnesota Department of Public Safety had judged the Big Stone County efforts to decrease impaired driving and increase seat belt use to be exceptional and wants to reward those efforts; THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that Big Stone .County enter into an agreement with the Minnesota Department of Public Safety, Office of Traffic Safety for the Safe and Sober Challenge during the period .from December 1, 1998 to June 30, 1999. The Sheriff of Big Stone County is hereby authorized to execute such agreements as are necessary to implement the project on'behalf of Big Stone County. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Sheriff of Big Stone County is hereby authonzed to be the fiscal agent and administer the grant on behalf of Big Ston e County. ommlssJoner Throndrud was appointed as the delegate to the annual meeting of the Minnesota Counties Insurance Trust with Torgerson serving as the alternate. Motion by Lane and seconded by Throndrud to authorize financial support in the amount of $250.00 to the Green Thumb proQram due to the significant benefit received by the worker provided at Toqua Park. Motion carded. Motion made by Throndrud and seconded by Maas to renew the Agreement with the Minnesota Counties Research Foundation for the cost allocation reimbursement program. Motion carded. Motion made by Lane and seconded by Throndrud to authorize payment in the amount of $200.00 to Cheyka Motors. Damage to the back fender of the squad car had not been documented when the bid sheet had been submitted. Motion carded. Motion made by Throndrud and seconded by Maas to authorize payment in the amount of $1,913.73 to Sharon Finke. The position had been re- evaluated upon-the assumption of duties associated with connectivity to the Minnesota computer network and as had previously been the case, back pay was made to the date of the request, which had been August of 1997. Motion carded. LaValle Berkner and Don Felton, representing the Historical Society, updated the Board on activities occurring at the museum. They have installed a secunty system for the aviary collection and work continues on renovation of the buildings. The museum itself is in need of repairs to the roof and the quotes indicate costs of approximately $10,000. The Board will consider county contribution to this project. Judy Drewicke distributed "Explore Minnesota" handouts, thanking the Board for their continuing support of tounsm efforts. County engineer Darrell Pettis reviewed the highway department agenda and monthly activities. Motion made by Throndrud, seconded by Maas and carried to adopt the , following resolution: 98 - 48 WHEREAS, State Aid Project 06-606- 12 has in all things been completed and the County Board being fully advised in the premises. NOW THEN BE IT RESOLVED, that the Board hereby accepts said completed project for and in behalf of the County of Big Stone and authorizes final payment to Central Specialties Inc., in the amount shown on final pay estimates. Motion made by Maas, seconded by Lane and carried to adopt the following resolution: the amount of $28,991.20. The board meeting was declared in recess for noon lunch. However, due to weather conditions, the meeting was declared adjourned at 1:30 P.M. REGULAR SESSION November 19, 1998 Chairman Torgerson called the meeting to order at 1:30 PM in the board'-room of the courthouse, with Krueger, Throndrud and Maas present. Lane was absent. Also present was Bilt Watson, Ryan Stattelman, Michelle Knutson, Gary Haugen and Judith Pattison. Motion made by Throndrud and seconded by Maas to approve the minutes of the October 20th Board meeting. Motion carried. Amendments to the agenda included discussion of the insurance committee expectations and the personnel policy re-write. Motion made by Krueger and seconded by Maas to approve the agenda as amended. Motion carded. Representatives from various power companies were in attendance to discuss the Big Stone County Ordinance previsions regarding place of public utility poles within highway right of way. Darren Wilke, Environmental Officer, stated that the Ordinance has not been changed and that utilities within the right of way is only a permitted use and not a conditional use permit. Those present expressed concem about what type of conditions could be placed on a conditional use rmit should one be required. Bill atson explained that the county is encouraging placement within the rht of way. The Public Utilities Commission is promulgating new rules governing such things, so it was agreed that the engineer and environmental officer should meet with utility representatives following adoption of the state rules. Gary Haugen distributed a proposed resolution regarding township bridge funding.. . . Motion made by Maas, seconoed oy Krueger and carried to adopt the following resolution: 98-53 WHEREAS, the County of Big Stone has applied to the Commissioner of Transportation for a grant from the Minnesota State Transportation Fund for the construction/reconstruction of County/City/Township Bridge Number 06J09 over the Stony Run; and WHEREAS, the amount of the Grant has been determined to be $g0,042.01 by reason of the lowest responsible bid. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the County of Big Stone does hereby affirm that any cost of the bddg e in excess of the grant will be appropnated from the funds available to the county of Big Stone and that any grant monies appropriated for the bndge but not required, based on the final estimate, shall be returned to the Minnesota State Transportation Fund. Sheriff Joe Berning introduced Rick Morrow of "Independent Emergency Services" who made a presentation regarding bidding to update the existing E 9-1-1 system, which will enhance accuracy and response time. Krueger stated that the Public Safety committee had met to review the proposal and recommended that the Board proceed. Motion made by Krueger and seconded by Maas to authorize the Shenff to enter into a contract with =IES" as Big Stone County's Enhanced 9-1-1 service provider. Motion carried. Motion made 98 - 49 by Kmeger and seed by Maaso WHEREAS, State Aid Project 06-634- advertise for bids for the equipment ..04 has in.al/thlng..s.b.e .co, nlpl... and"-"nece.s., ry to u.pdate  em; me uourcyuoara Demg ru,y4mwseoln, said bid oper toqdOecember the premises. /15th, at 10:00 AM. Motion carded. NOW THEN BE IT RESOLVED, that Charles Gronberg of Sioux the Board hereby accepts said Engineering was present to review the completed project for and in behalf of responses which had been received the COunty of Big Stone and authodzes regarding the Environmental final payment to Central Specialties Inc., Assessment Worksheet on County Ditch in the amount shown on final pay #2. Several landowners were also in estimates, attendance. He stated that comments 98 - 50 had been received just hours before the WHEREAS, State Project 06-612-08 comment period expired, which made it has in all things been completed and the difficult to recommend action to the County Boardbeing fully advised in the Board. The Board as the Local premises. Governmental Unit must make a NOW THEN BE IT RESOLVED, that decision as to whether or not an the Board hereby accepts said Environmental Impact Statement is now completed project for and in behalf of needed in response to the comments/ the County of Big Stone, and authorizes concerns submitted by several final payment to Central Specialties Inc., agencies. A phone call was placed to in the amount shown on final pay attorney John Kolb who was guiding the estimates, legal issues facing the county. Once 98- 51 again, due to the limited time to review WHEREAS, County Project 06-600-98 the comments, he recommended that has in all things been completed and the the Board act to request a 30 day County Boardbeing fully advised in the extension to the 30 day response premises, pedod. The landowners expressed their NOW THEN BE IT RESOLVED, that intense dissatisfaction and frustration the Board hereby accepts said with the costly delays. Throndrud completed project for and in behalf of offered a motion to request the the County of Big Stone, and authorizes extension, instructing the engineer to final payment to Central Specialties Inc., provide the notice. Additional discussion in the amount shown on final pay ensued and there was no second to the estimates, motion. 98 - 52 Members of the insurance committee, WHEREAS, County Project 06-9801- John I-laukos, Beth Tinklenberg, Diana SP has in all things been completed and Hults, Mark Thompson, Terry LaVoi and the County Board being fully advised in Gall Mittelstaedt were present to the premises, discuss their recommendation regarding NOW THEN BE IT RESOLVED, that emplo}fee health insurance. Also the Board hereby accepts said attendmg were Darren Wilke, Lila completed project for and in behalf of Benson, Sharon Finke, Cindy Nelson the County of Big Stone, and authorizes and Gloria Arndt. Motion made by final payment to Central Specialties, Kruager and seconded by Maas that the Inc., in the amount shown on final pay county no longer offer a $200.00 estimates, deductible option and that 1he only Motion made by Lane, seconded by options available to employees would Throndrud and carded to approve the be $500.00 and $1,000.00 deductibles. quote for lighting in Clinton, Beardsley Motion passed. Motion made by and Correll m the amount of $6,000.00. Throndrud and seconded by Maas to Motion made by Maas, seconded by renew with Blue Cross for the 1999 plan Throndrud and carded to approve the year at the rates submitted. Motion contract with Riley Brothers for the carded. Motion made by Krueger and Odessa Township Bridge Project, SAP seconded by Maas to add $46.42 per 06-599-06. Motion carded, month to each employees base Discussion was held regarding cafeteria plan. Motion carded. Insurance activities on various county ditches. At committees thanked the Board and 11:00 AM, bids were opened for CP 06- stated that they were positive that fellow 630-98, np rap project on the south end union employees would vote to accept of Big Stone Lake. Action was tabled to the Board's action. allow time for bid specification Motion made by Maas and seconded compliance. Bids were also opened for by. Krueger to authorize payment of the a motor grader. Bids submitted were for bills as presented. Motion carried. both used and new graders. Motion COUNTY REVENUE made by Throndrud, seconded by Maas American Business Forms ......... $373.27 and carried to accept the only bid, that American Communications Inc....249.50 of Caterpillar in the amount of ADNConsuiting ........................... 289.50 $101,305,00 plus sales tax, for the used Bear Graphics .............................. 171.47 motorgrader. Bill Martig ..................................... 506.00 Mr. Jim Strong was present to discuss Cenex Credit Cards ..................... 109.78 his previous request that a crossing on Computer Professionals private property along County Ditch #13 Unllmit .................................... 2,142.65 be replaced and paidfor by ditch funds, Elwood Throndrud ....................... 358.54 He stated that he has local landowners First National Bank .... .................. 186.38 willing to testify to the fact that the Gateway 2000 ........................... 2,233.31 county installed the crossing and he had Heritage Pdnting .......................... 501.50 IBM ..................... ' .......................... 111.22 previously been told that the county ditch funds would pay for the project. Jean Jorgeneon ........................... 406.00 The engineer will contact Curt Deter for Lac qui Pade County Sheriff ..... 2,300.00 advice on the matter. Lexis Law Publishing ................... 218.22 Motion made by Lane, seconded by McCallum Plumbing & Htg ........... 165.00 Maas and carried to authorize a MilbankCommunications ............. 234.26 $200.00 payment to landowner along MN Dept. of Administration .......... 300.00 CSAH 4/CR 53 who incurred fence MN Elevators Inc ......................... 133.67 damage dunng the winter of 1997. MN State Auditor ...................... 1,179.00 Motion made by Maas, sec, onded by Northern Star ............................... 752.38 Lane and cardedto award the bid for Northern Truck Equipment Corp..565.75 Big Stone Lake shore line stabilization Office Systems ............................. 327.97 to lower bidder Ronglien Excavating in Onsite Monitonng Systems .......... 201.00 Ortonville Independent .............. 3,419.43 Ortonville Stone Co Inc ................ 568.69 Pamela A. Chase ......................... 157.50 Pitney Bowes, Inc ........................ 463.00 RDJ Specialities ........................... 111.62 Richland County Corrections ....... 625.00 Rinke-Noonan .............................. 200.00 Robin Johnson ............................. 147.00 Rutger's Bay Lake Lodge ............ 224.16 Schaffer Lawn Care ..................... 133.15 Stein's, Inc ................................... 171.87 Strong Risk Management Inc ...... 956.00 Tn State Water Condition Inc ....... 160.12 University of Minnesota ............ 7,938.96 Valley Office Products .................. 152.00 Welkers Inc .................................. 104.75 West Publishing Corp ............... 1,308.72 William Watson ............................ 251.08 Xerox Corp ................................... 676.38 39 Payments less than $100 .... 1,643.46 Total County Revenue .......... $33,449.26 ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES Computer Professionals Unlimit $207.86 Jed Wiase .................................... 500.00 Northern Star ............................... 132.00 Ortonville Independent ................. 243.54 8 Payments less than $100 ......... 288.51 Total Environmental Services .$1,371.97 COUNTY ROAD & BRIDGE Berkner Plumbing & Heating ..... $402.50 Big Stone Cooperative ................. 826.46 Brandon Tire & Auto Center ...... 5,592.72 Commissioner of Transportation ..877.35 Computer Professionals Unlimit ..298.22 Construction Market Data ............ 295.80 Creative Engineering Australia ....320.00 David Griffith Asscc[ates .............. 125.00 Doyle Incorporated ................... 1,431.09 Gesswein Motors Inc ................... 105.58 Griffith Hardware .......................... 140.81 Hancock Concrete Products ..... 5,144.71 Jerome Jennen ............................ 125.08 Jim & Sons Lumber Inc ................ 104.84 Johnston Fargo Culvert Inc ....... 3,038.45 Kleespie Tank ........................... 2,910.37 Northem States Supply, Inc ......... 205.95 Ortonville Auto & Supply .............. 183.86 -Ortonville Independent ................. 466.32 Ortonville Stone Co Inc ................ 169.08 Pamida ......................................... 138.83 Paul Keopp .................................. 278.00 Progressive Collision & Glass ...... 285.56 Schaeffer's Mfl. Co ..................... 645.03 Sokkia Measunng Systems Inc.... 140.80 Ststtelman Lumber Inc ................. 557.57 Terry Kirk ...................................... 320.50 Town & Country Supply ............... 232.78 Traffic Marking ........................ 15,944.90 Valley Office Products .................. 212.04 Wildung Implement ................... 1,181.65 Ziegler Inc ................................. 1,306.25 19 Payments less than $100 ....... 771.46 Total County Road & Bridge .$44,789.56 COUNTY DITCHES Fridgen Excavating ................. $5,827.00 Ortonville Independent ................. 133.09 0 Payments less than $100 ........... -0- Total County Ditches ............... $5,960.09 FINAL TOTAL ....................... $85,570.82 Motion made by Throndrud and seconded by Krueger to renew the contract with DCA for management of the flexible spending account. Motion carded. The auditor distnbuted a summery of FEMA funding received and amounts which had been distributed thus far, which constituted 75% of the documented expenses on record. She explained that countless attempts by her office and Doug Tomschin of the State Department of Emergency Management to obtain the detail necessary to make final payments had gone unanswered. She then had contacted the Office of the State Auditor and .requested advice on how to proceed, as the funding which has been received and the disaster survey reports do not match. Upon the recommendation of the State Auditor, motion made by Throndrud and seconded b, Maas to distribute an additional 15'/o, to a total of 90%, until final documentation can be obtained. Motion carried. The auditor again assured the Board that every attempt had been made to reconcile the differences and make payments to the appropriate governments. The auditor then announced that the county had received the Minnesota Counties Insurance Trust dividend in the amount of $59,372. She stated that based on established policy, the funds had been deposited into the dedicated capital improvement account, which was met with no objection. The auditor then asked for a few minutes on the Board agenda. She reminded the Board that for several years she had requested to be relieved of personnel management due to the unavoidable conflicts and the fact that her statutory duties did not include this responsibility, She also had a summary of results from various Board retreats during which the issue of personnel management and the need to address the growing need for a dedicated human resource professional had been identified as a top goal. During the development of the new county compensation plan in 1994, the elected officials had been requested to submit a position description which were then ranked in accordance with the overall county plan. The auditor had made it clear at that time that personnel duties were not being included in her position description and therefore would not receive any points towards a higher grade which would make it eligible for additional compensation. In recognition for the services rendered, she requested that the Board consider making payment for the 18 month period for which she is entitled to remain on the county health insurance plus a lump sum payment in the amount of $8,000.00, approximately $42.00 per month for her years in office. Motion made by Throndrud and seconded by Krueger to authorize both requests, stating that the Board had long recognized the need to address the area of human resource management and had not taken appropriate action. Voting "AYE were Throndrud, Krueger and Maas. Voting =NAY" was Torgerson stating that he .did not have concerns about the money, but he felt that the health insurance issue may be precedent setting. Motion passed. The meeting adjoumed at 4:30 PM. 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