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  • DRAFT Pursuant to M.S. Chapter 375.07, the Board of County Commissioners of Polk County met in session at 8:00 o'clock a.m., January 5, 2010 in the Commissioners Room at the Polk County Courthouse. Members present: Commissioner Craig Buness, Commissioner Warren Strandell, Commissioner William Montague, Commissioner Warren Affeldt, Commissioner Don Diedrich, and John P. Schmalenberg, County Coordinator, Clerk of the Board. Others present: Gerald Amiot, County Auditor-Treasurer and Judith H. Luettjohann, Deputy Clerk of the Board. The Clerk of the Board called the meeting to order and proceeded to call for nominations for the Office of Chairman of the Polk County Board of Commissioners for 2010. A motion was made by Commissioner Diedrich to nominate Commissioner Strandell as Chairman of the Board seconded by Commissioner Montague. Commissioner Affeldt, seconded by Commissioner Montague moved that nominations cease and a unanimous ballot be cast for Commissioner Strandell as Chairman of the Polk County Board of Commissioners for 2010. Motion unanimously carried. The Clerk of the Board asked for nominations for the office of Vice-Chairman of the Board. A motion was made by Commissioner Strandell to nominate Commissioner Affeldt as Vice-Chairman of the Board, seconded by Commissioner Diedrich. Commissioner Strandell moved that nominations cease seconded by Commissioner Montague and a unanimous ballot be case for Commissioner Affeldt as Vice-Chairman of the Polk County Board of Commissioners for 2010. Motion unanimously carried. The Chairman of the Board assumed the chair. A motion was made by Commissioner Montague, seconded by Commissioner Affeldt and adopted by unanimous vote of the Board to approve the Agenda and Consent Agenda for January 5, 2010. 1. Approve Year End Commissioner Warrant List: Association of MN Counties, $325.00; Association of MN Counties, $1,950.00; Clearwater County Treasurer, $30.00; Hyatt Regency Minneapolis, $2,935.86; Patricia Erickson, $30.80; Carol Svendson, $27.50; Polk County Auditor- Treasurer, $149.60; Polk County Recorder, $700.00; Red Lake Watershed, $14,964.20. 2. Approve payment to Cole Papers Inc., Fargo, ND, in the amounts of: $145.17, $105.86, $31.75, $20.11, $300.01, $762.13, $222.60, and $1,924.33. 3. Approve payment to the Office of the Secretary of State in the amount of $80.00 for a notary commission fee for the Highway Department. 4. Approve payment to the Minnesota County Engineers Association in the amount of $240.00 for membership dues for 2010 for the Highway Department. 5. Approve payment to Crookston Fuel Co., in the amount of $1,572.00 for diesel fuel for the Highway Department. 1
  • 6. Approve payment to MN Assoc., of Townships, St. Michael, MN in the amount of $15.00 for a subscription to the MN Township News for the County Coordinator’s Office and $15.00 for the Assessor’s Office. 7. The following resolution (2010-1-1) was offered by Commissioner Montague: WHEREAS, Warrant No. 150727 in the amount of $94.00 was issued in the name of Lynn Asher on February 24, and; WHEREAS, Pursuant to the affidavit on file in the office of the County Auditor-Treasurer, said warrant has been lost or destroyed. NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That pursuant to M.S. 471.415 the Polk County Board of Commissioners does hereby dispense with the requirement of an indemnifying bond prior to the re-issuance of Warrant No. 150727. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Polk County Auditor-Treasurer be and hereby is authorized to reissue a duplicate warrant pursuant to M.S. 471.415. Commissioner Affeldt seconded the foregoing resolution and it was declared adopted upon the following vote. YEAS: Buness, Montague, Affeldt, Diedrich. NAYS: None. John Schmalenberg, County Coordinator came before the Board with matters pertaining to his department. A motion was made by Commissioner Montague, seconded by Commissioner Diedrich and adopted by unanimous vote of the Board to approve the LELS (deputy) essential negotiation bargaining agreement for the years of 2010, 2011 and 2012. A motion was made by Commissioner Diedrich, seconded by Commissioner Montague and adopted by unanimous vote of the Board to approve the LELS (dispatch) essential negotiation bargaining agreement for the years of 2010, 2011 and 2012. A motion was made by Commissioner Diedrich, seconded by Commissioner Buness and adopted by unanimous vote of the Board to approve the FY 2010 State of Minnesota Board of Water and Soil Resources Natural Resources Block Grant Agreement and authorize the Chairman of the Board and County Coordinator to sign said agreement. Resolution (2010-1-7) was approved by the Polk County Board for setting salaries for Department Heads, Non-Union personnel and Social Services for the year 2010 (complete copy of the resolution on file in the office of the County Coordinator). A motion was made by Commissioner Diedrich, seconded by Commissioner Montague and adopted by unanimous vote of the Board to authorize registration for Commissioner Buness to attend the 27th Annual Red River Basin Land and Water International Summit Conference on January 19th to 21st 2010. 2
  • The following resolution (2010-1-2) was offered by Commissioner Affeldt: WHEREAS, The Board of County Commissioners of Polk County, Minnesota, has availed itself of the authority granted under Section 375.163, M.S.A., and will pay the dues of said County to the State and National Association of County Commissioners for the year 2010 and it is the intention of said Board of County Commissioners to designate individuals to attend meetings of said Association. NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Board of County Commissioners of Polk County Minnesota, does hereby designate all of its members as delegates from said County to serve on various committees of that Association. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That upon presentation of a properly verified claim, the County Auditor-Treasurer be and hereby is authorized to reimburse each of said person for their actual and necessary expenses in attending such meetings. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the following named individuals are Polk County's official delegates to the Association of Minnesota Counties: Commissioner Buness, Commissioner Strandell, Commissioner Montague, Commissioner Affeldt, Commissioner Diedrich, John P. Schmalenberg, County Coordinator, Gerald J. Amiot, County Auditor-Treasurer, and Richard Sanders, County Highway/Ditch Engineer. Commissioner Buness seconded the foregoing resolution and it was declared adopted upon the following vote. YEAS: Buness, Montague, Affeldt, Diedrich. NAYS: None. The following resolution (2010-1-3) was offered by Commissioner Diedrich: BE IT RESOLVED, By the Board of County Commissioners of Polk County that pursuant to M.S. 331A.12, Polk County’s web site; www.co.polk.mn.us be and hereby is designated by the Board of County Commissioners of Polk County as the official site for the publications of invitations to bid on Polk County transportation projects. Commissioner Affeldt seconded the foregoing resolution and it was declared adopted upon the following vote. YEAS: Buness, Montague, Affeldt, Diedrich. NAYS: None. The following resolution (2010-1-4) was offered by Commissioner Affeldt: 3
  • WHEREAS, It now becomes the duty of this Board at the January meeting, prior to the first date upon which applicants may file for the office of County Attorney that the Board shall set by resolution a minimum salary to be paid to the County Attorney for the term next following. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the minimum salary of the County Attorney shall not be less than the amount established by Subdivision 1, Chapter 388.18 M.S.A. Commissioner Buness seconded the foregoing resolution and it was declared adopted upon the following vote. YEAS: Buness, Montague, Affeldt, Diedrich. NAYS: None. The following resolution (2010-1-5) was offered by Commissioner Montague: WHEREAS, It now becomes the duty of this Board at the January meeting, prior to the first date upon which applicants may file for the office of County Sheriff that the Board shall set by resolution a minimum salary to be paid to the County Sheriff for the term next following. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the minimum salary of the County Sheriff shall not be less than $60,000.00 per year. Commissioner Diedrich seconded the foregoing resolution and it was declared adopted upon the following vote. YEAS: Buness, Montague, Affeldt, Diedrich. NAYS: None. The following resolution (2010-1-6) was offered by Commissioner Affeldt: WHEREAS, The terms and conditions of all Collective Bargaining Units of Polk County have expired as of 12/31/1009. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED That Polk County Board of Commissioners hereby sets salaries and other terms and conditions of employment for union employees for the year 2010 be and hereby are set at the same level as 2009. Commissioner Montague seconded the foregoing resolution and it was declared adopted upon the following vote. YEAS: Buness, Montague, Affeldt, Diedrich. NAYS: None. Richard Sanders, Polk County Highway/Ditch Engineer came before the Board to discuss matters pertaining to his department. A motion was made by Commissioner Affeldt, seconded by Commissioner Diedrich and adopted by unanimous vote of the Board to approve the tractor lease quote of Crookston Implement (low quote). A motion was made by Commissioner Montague, seconded by Commissioner Diedrich and adopted by unanimous vote of the Board to approve the software maintenance agreements from 4
  • Goodpointe Technology and ESRI Inc. A motion was made by Commissioner Diedrich, seconded by Commissioner Buness and adopted by unanimous vote of the Board to authorize payment of $1,500 to MN Department of Transportation for registration for Dean Rasmussen for Bridge Safety Inspection Class. A motion was made by Commissioner Diedrich, seconded by Commissioner Affeldt and adopted by unanimous vote of the Board to accept the quote of Titan Machinery for three Kuhn Multi-Disc Rotary Mowers with trade ins (low quote). The following resolution (2010-1-8) was offered by Commissioner Montague: IT IS RESOLVED That Polk County enter in Mn/DOT Agreement No. 95942 with the State of Minnesota, Department of Transportation for the following purposes: To provide for payment by the State to Polk County for the use of County State Aid Highways No. 11, No. 14, No. 45, and No. 46 as a detour route during the grading, surfacing and bituminous milling and overlay construction and other associated construction upon, along and adjacent to Trunk Highways No. 2 and No. 9 from 0.2 miles east of County State Aid Highway No. 9 in Crookston to 0.8 miles east of County State Aid Highway No. 44 under State Projects No. 6002-69 (T.H. 2=006), No. 6003-33 (T.H. 2=008), and No. 6010-28 (T.H. 9=006). IT IS FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Chairman of the Board and the County Coordinator are authorized to execute the Agreement and any amendments to the Agreement. Commissioner Buness seconded the foregoing resolution and it was declared adopted upon the following vote. YEAS: Buness, Montague, Affeldt, Diedrich. NAYS: None. Gordon Gudvangen, Trail Administrator for the Agassiz Recreational Trail came before the Board to discuss matters pertaining to the Agassiz Recreational Trail. A motion was made by Commissioner Buness, seconded by Commissioner Montague and adopted by unanimous vote of the Board to authorize payment of $3,568.99 for legal fees. Upon motion the Board adjourned for lunch. Cheri Kromann, Realty Specialist and Scott Kahan of the US Fish and Wildlife Service came before the Board to discuss an easement from Camp David LLC located in Section 34 and Section 35 of Rosebud Township. A motion was made by Commissioner Diedrich, seconded by Commissioner Montague and adopted by unanimous vote of the Board to approve an acquisition easement by the US Fish and Wildlife Service on the following described lands: T.147 N., R. 40 W., 5 th P.M. Section 35, that part of the N ½ and Section 34, SE 1/4NE ¼. 5
  • Pursuant to published notice bids were opened and publicly read for the First Publication of 2010 Financial Statement, Publication of the Delinquent Tax List, the publication of the Board of County Commissioner Proceedings and all other notices necessary for the county to publish and for the Second Publication of the 2010 Financial Statement. 1st Publication of the Financial Statement Summary BIDDER BID The Exponent $1.49 per column inch Fertile Journal $3.40 per column inch 2nd Publication of the Financial Statement Summary BIDDER BID The Exponent $2.99 per column inch Fertile Journal $3.40 per column inch Official Newspaper BIDDER BID The Exponent $1.49 per column inch Fertile Journal $3.40 per column inch Delinquent Tax List BIDDER BID The Exponent $1.49 per column inch Fertile Journal $3.40 per column inch The following resolution (2010-1-9) was offered by Commissioner Affeldt: BE IT RESOLVED, By the Board of County Commissioners of Polk County that The Exponent be and the same is hereby designated by the Board of County Commissioners of Polk County as the official newspaper of Polk County for 2010, and as such is the newspaper designated in which shall be published all notices and publications which the County is required to publish during the year of 2010. 6
  • BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the bid of The Exponent be accepted for the first publication of 2009 Financial Statement and the publication of the Delinquent Tax List. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the publication of notices and other publications shall be at the rates as established in the bids and as accepted by the Board. Commissioner Diedrich seconded the foregoing resolution and it was declared adopted upon the following vote. YEAS: Buness, Montague, Affeldt, Diedrich. NAYS: None. The following resolution (2010-1-10) was offered by Commissioner Buness: BE IT RESOLVED, By the Board of County Commissioners of Polk County that the bid of the Fertile Journal be and the same is hereby accepted for the second publication of 2009 Financial Statement of Polk County to be published in 2010. Commissioner Montague seconded the foregoing resolution and it was declared adopted upon the following vote. YEAS: Buness, Montague, Affeldt, Diedrich. NAYS: None. Gerald Amiot, County Auditor-Treasurer and Jody Beauchane, Ditch Inspector came before the Board to discuss the 2010 County Ditch assessments. A motion was made by Commissioner Montague, seconded by Commissioner Buness and adopted by unanimous vote of the Board to approve the Payable 2010 Ditch Assessments (see list on file in the office of the County Auditor-Treasurer). Gerald Amiot, County Auditor-Treasurer and Deputy Brian Lundeen of the Sheriff’s Department came before the Board for a bid opening on sheriff’s cars. A motion was made by Commissioner Montague, seconded by Commissioner Buness to accept the bid of Salem Motors for three 2010 Rear Wheel Drive Patrol Cars in the amount of $70,473.00. A motion was made by Commissioner Montague, seconded by Commissioner Buness and adopted by unanimous vote of the Board to approve the purchase of a 2008 Ford Explorer in the amount of $19,990.00. Gerald Amiot, County Auditor-Treasurer came before the Board to discuss matters pertaining to his department. A motion was made by Commissioner Diedrich, seconded by Commissioner Montague and adopted by unanimous vote of the Board and adopted by unanimous vote of the Board to establish the 2010 County Attorney’s Contingent Fund at $7,500.00. A motion was made by Commissioner Affeldt, seconded by Commissioner Buness and adopted by unanimous vote of the Board to approve the lease agreement with the City of McIntosh for the Extension Office in the amount of $6,966.00 for 2010. A motion was made by Commissioner Diedrich, seconded by Commissioner Montague and adopted by unanimous vote of the Board to approve a 7
  • Temporary On-Sale Liquor License permit to the Knights of Columbus No. 5341 for Tabor Hall on February 12, 2010. A discussion was held by the Board to discuss the fill the position of the Waste/Energy Facility Manager position. After some discussion, a motion was made by Commissioner Diedrich, seconded by Commissioner Montague to adopt a Solid Waste/Environmental Services Organization for the interim as presented by the County Coordinator. Ayes: Buness, Montague, Diedrich. Nays: Strandell, Affeldt. A motion was made by Commissioner Montague, seconded by Commissioner Affeldt and adopted by unanimous vote of the Board to approve the December Auditor Warrants for payment: AUDITOR WARRANTS 11/25/2009 VENDOR NAME AMOUNT BLUE CROSS & BLUE SHIELD OF MN 103,838.50 0 PAYMENTS LESS THAN $300 .00 FINAL TOTAL....... $103,838.50 AUDITOR WARRANTS 12/01/2009 VENDOR NAME AMOUNT CARDMEMBER SERVICE 5,307.01 COLE PAPERS INC 591.24 FERTILE OIL COMPANY 16,047.85 ROBERT R SCHROEDER CONST INC 507,842.50 10 PAYMENTS LESS THAN $300 1,027.97 FINAL TOTAL....... $530,816.57 AUDITOR WARRANTS 12/02/2009 VENDOR NAME AMOUNT ANDOVER TOWNSHIP TREASURER 374.44 ANGUS TOWNSHIP TREASURER 567.14 BADGER TOWNSHIP 3,179.79 BELGIUM TOWNSHIP TREASURER 883.03 BELTRAMI CITY CLERK-TREASURER 445.88 BRANDSVOLD TOWNSHIP TREASURER 1,185.88 BRANDT TOWNSHIP TREASURER 1,291.91 BREMER BANK NA 59,299.26 BYGLAND TOWNSHIP 1,048.79 CLIMAX CITY TREASURER 4,713.20 COLUMBIA TOWNSHIP TREASURER 1,865.10 COMMISSIONER OF REVENUE 1,352.14 COUNTY EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERV. 6,703.40 CROOKSTON AREA AMBULANCE INC 6,509.10 CROOKSTON CITY 49,159.06 CROOKSTON TOWNSHIP TREASURER 954.18 EAST GRAND FORKS CITY 129,890.10 EDEN TOWNSHIP TREASURER 357.49 ERSKINE CITY CLERK-TREASURER 4,090.55 8
  • ESTHER TOWNSHIP TREASURER 745.00 EUCLID TOWNSHIP TREASURER 335.40 FAIRFAX TOWNSHIP TREASURER 1,056.71 FANNY TOWNSHIP TREASURER 808.53 FERTILE CITY 3,725.35 FIRST CARE MEDICAL SERVICES 5,178.88 FISHER CITY 7,010.56 FISHER TOWNSHIP TREASURER 401.80 FOSSTON CITY 13,486.65 GARDEN TOWNSHIP TREASURER 1,382.19 GARFIELD TOWNSHIP TREASURER 1,968.40 GENTILLY TOWNSHIP TREASURER 619.59 GODFREY TOWNSHIP TREASURER 3,119.77 GRAND FORKS TOWNSHIP TREASURER 317.39 GROVE PARK TILDEN TOWNSHIP 4,294.57 GULLY CITY 602.31 GULLY TOWNSHIP TREASURER 2,075.45 HIGDEM TOWNSHIP TREASURER 607.50 HILL RIVER TOWNSHIP TREASURER 900.18 HUBBARD TOWNSHIP TREASURER 526.18 HUNTSVILLE TOWNSHIP TREASURER 1,683.52 JOHNSON TOWNSHIP 1,761.39 KERTSONVILLE TOWNSHIP TREAS 811.01 KNUTE TOWNSHIP TREASURER 2,428.68 LESSOR TOWNSHIP TREASURER 1,926.77 LIBERTY TOWNSHIP TREASURER 5,723.63 LOWELL TOWNSHIP TREASURER 462.22 MAPLE LAKE IMPROVEMENT ASSN 2,228.98 MARSHALL POLK RURAL WATER SYS 6,619.78 MENTOR CITY 1,207.97 MIDDLE R SNAKE R WATERSHED DIS 9,238.08 NESBIT TOWNSHIP TREASURER 778.94 NIELSVILLE CITY 1,198.40 NORTHLAND TOWNSHIP TREASURER 1,002.25 NW MN MULTI COUNTY HRA 1,315.98 NW REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT COMM 1,625.78 ONSTAD TOWNSHIP TREASURER 5,253.36 QUEEN TOWNSHIP TREASURER 2,106.05 RED LAKE WATERSHED DISTRICT 20,080.61 ROOME TOWNSHIP TREASURER 312.32 ROSEBUD TOWNSHIP TREASURER 3,949.55 RUSSIA TOWNSHIP TREASURER 606.14 SAND HILL RIVER W S DISTRICT 8,846.16 SANDSVILLE TOWNSHIP TREASURER 1,491.66 SCHOOL DISTRICT 2176 TREAS 5,761.08 SCHOOL DISTRICT 2311 TREAS 4,704.52 SCHOOL DISTRICT 2609 TREAS 40,473.28 SCHOOL DISTRICT 592 TREAS 9,109.14 SCHOOL DISTRICT 593 TREAS 32,100.85 SCHOOL DISTRICT 599 TREAS 26,343.21 SCHOOL DISTRICT 600 TREAS 10,594.05 SCHOOL DISTRICT 601 TREAS 28,553.22 SCHOOL DISTRICT 627 TREAS 1,026.15 SLETTEN TOWNSHIP TREASURER 2,737.71 9
  • SULLIVAN TOWNSHIP TREASURER 1,015.45 UNION LAKE SARAH IMPROVEMENT D 364.52 VINELAND TOWNSHIP TREASURER 440.18 WILD RICE WATERSHED DIST TREAS 775.92 WINGER CITY CLERK TREASURER 3,855.87 WINGER TOWNSHIP TREASURER 1,013.37 WOODSIDE TOWNSHIP TREASURER 6,567.74 15 PAYMENTS LESS THAN $300 2,136.59 FINAL TOTAL....... $587,109.87 AUDITOR WARRANTS 12/02/2009 VENDOR NAME AMOUNT ANDOVER TOWNSHIP TREASURER 46,714.95 ANGUS TOWNSHIP TREASURER 17,878.84 BADGER TOWNSHIP 11,081.88 BELGIUM TOWNSHIP TREASURER 12,039.41 BELTRAMI CITY CLERK-TREASURER 10,636.65 BRANDSVOLD TOWNSHIP TREASURER 22,755.78 BRANDT TOWNSHIP TREASURER 12,055.67 BREMER BANK NA 162,246.88 BRISLET TOWNSHIP TREASURER 7,811.27 BYGLAND TOWNSHIP 12,875.43 CHESTER TOWNSHIP TREASURER 4,072.32 CLIMAX CITY TREASURER 15,714.28 COLUMBIA TOWNSHIP TREASURER 22,151.47 COUNTY EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERV. 58,176.86 CROOKSTON AREA AMBULANCE INC 72,246.35 CROOKSTON CITY 992,160.53 CROOKSTON TOWNSHIP TREASURER 35,034.43 EAST GRAND FORKS CITY 1,640,794.39 EDEN TOWNSHIP TREASURER 12,158.03 ERSKINE CITY CLERK-TREASURER 57,420.74 ESTHER TOWNSHIP TREASURER 14,226.24 EUCLID TOWNSHIP TREASURER 38,859.21 FAIRFAX TOWNSHIP TREASURER 25,541.30 FANNY TOWNSHIP TREASURER 20,358.65 FARLEY TOWNSHIP TREASURER 17,330.02 FERTILE CITY 62,097.52 FISHER CITY 87,739.08 FISHER TOWNSHIP TREASURER 11,576.88 FOSSTON CITY 195,959.91 CITY FOSSTON T I F 44,805.00 GARDEN TOWNSHIP TREASURER 19,454.91 GARFIELD TOWNSHIP TREASURER 20,827.08 GENTILLY TOWNSHIP TREASURER 17,469.33 GODFREY TOWNSHIP TREASURER 43,440.46 GRAND FORKS TOWNSHIP TREASURER 8,600.73 GROVE PARK TILDEN TOWNSHIP 24,574.10 GULLY CITY 4,758.95 GULLY TOWNSHIP TREASURER 6,063.97 HAMMOND TOWNSHIP TREASURER 29,516.08 HELGELAND TOWNSHIP TREASURER 8,842.86 HIGDEM TOWNSHIP TREASURER 29,651.87 HILL RIVER TOWNSHIP TREASURER 14,171.76 10
  • HUBBARD TOWNSHIP TREASURER 18,557.98 HUNTSVILLE TOWNSHIP TREASURER 22,614.98 JOHNSON TOWNSHIP 12,945.25 KERTSONVILLE TOWNSHIP TREAS 7,314.04 KEYSTONE TOWNSHIP TREASURER 27,740.64 KING TOWNSHIP TREASURER 17,760.22 KNUTE TOWNSHIP TREASURER 45,278.01 LENGBY CITY 2,689.75 LESSOR TOWNSHIP TREASURER 11,896.30 LIBERTY TOWNSHIP TREASURER 24,809.29 LOWELL TOWNSHIP TREASURER 40,509.01 MARSHALL POLK RURAL WATER SYS 53,130.31 MCINTOSH CITY 44,535.32 MENTOR CITY 10,201.31 MIDDLE R SNAKE R WATERSHED DIS 40,735.81 MN STATE TREASURY 415.86 NESBIT TOWNSHIP TREASURER 12,090.19 NIELSVILLE CITY 7,164.75 NORTHLAND TOWNSHIP TREASURER 20,292.51 NW MN MULTI COUNTY HRA 32,186.82 NW REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT COMM 31,490.49 ONSTAD TOWNSHIP TREASURER 10,547.64 PARNELL TOWNSHIP TREASURER 18,362.05 QUEEN TOWNSHIP TREASURER 20,291.66 RED LAKE WATERSHED DISTRICT 378,963.78 REIS TOWNSHIP TREASURER 15,659.92 RHINEHART TOWNSHIP TREASURER 2,224.94 ROOME TOWNSHIP TREASURER 25,096.46 ROSEBUD TOWNSHIP TREASURER 20,224.32 RUSSIA TOWNSHIP TREASURER 15,121.91 SAND HILL RIVER W S DISTRICT 136,543.05 SANDSVILLE TOWNSHIP TREASURER 17,800.35 SCANDIA TOWNSHIP TREASURER 20,184.97 SCHOOL DISTRICT 2176 TREAS 47,850.04 SCHOOL DISTRICT 2311 TREAS 15,502.92 SCHOOL DISTRICT 2609 TREAS 145,565.65 SCHOOL DISTRICT 592 TREAS 50,124.10 SCHOOL DISTRICT 593 TREAS 302,753.02 SCHOOL DISTRICT 599 TREAS 100,088.11 SCHOOL DISTRICT 600 TREAS 125,788.91 SCHOOL DISTRICT 601 TREAS 113,040.63 SCHOOL DISTRICT 627 TREAS 6,827.86 SCHOOL DISTRICT 630 TREAS 5,962.15 SLETTEN TOWNSHIP TREASURER 26,347.77 SULLIVAN TOWNSHIP TREASURER 21,254.49 TABOR TOWNSHIP TREASURER 25,944.55 TRAIL CITY TREASURER 1,094.71 TYNSID TOWNSHIP TREASURER 6,516.96 VINELAND TOWNSHIP TREASURER 24,475.85 WILD RICE WATERSHED DIST TREAS 4,683.43 WINGER CITY CLERK TREASURER 18,901.94 WINGER TOWNSHIP TREASURER 16,693.44 WOODSIDE TOWNSHIP TREASURER 90,363.95 0 PAYMENTS LESS THAN $300 .00 11
  • FINAL TOTAL....... $6,287,052.44 AUDITOR WARRANTS 12/08/2009 VENDOR NAME AMOUNT ADVANCED BUSINESS METHODS 303.06 EGF WATER & LIGHT DEPT 1,243.05 FOSSTON MUNICIPAL UTILITIES 33,892.79 GEOCOMM INC 1,924.38 GREAT PLAINS NATURAL GAS CO 1,399.58 GREATAMERICA LEASING CORP 380.48 INSIGHT TECHNOLOGIES 1,875.66 MN DEPT OF HEALTH 1,221.70 MN STATE TREASURY 6,653.00 NORTH COUNTRY SECURITY INC 3,274.99 OTTERTAIL POWER CO 317.34 POLK COUNTY AUDITOR TREAS 1,944.00 POSTMASTER 683.60 RED LAKE ELECTRIC CO-OPERATIVE 331.00 ROBERT R SCHROEDER CONST INC 533,639.00 SMART PUBLIC SAFETY SOFTWARE I 12,869.85 TDS METROCOM - MN 510.16 US POSTAL SERVICE (CMRS FP) 5,000.00 WEST PAYMENT CENTER 1,349.39 WILD RICE ELEC CO-OP INC 750.72 20 PAYMENTS LESS THAN $300 1,941.87 FINAL TOTAL....... $611,505.62 AUDITOR WARRANTS 12/15/2009 VENDOR NAME AMOUNT ALLTEL 1,512.23 ALTRU HEALTH SYSTEM 2,653.00 BRIGGS AND MORGAN PA 35,042.43 COLE PAPERS INC 2,135.11 CROOKSTON WATER DEPARTMENT 835.24 EAST GRAND FORKS CITY 1,828.25 FOSSTON MUNICIPAL UTILITIES 989.34 GARDEN VALLEY TELEPHONE CO 5,506.31 GREAT PLAINS NATURAL GAS CO 5,242.66 HALSTAD TELEPHONE CO 9,987.64 OTTERTAIL POWER CO 5,691.69 QWEST 673.54 SAFETY COMPLIANCE SERVICES 900.00 DONALD SOLHEIM 2,846.07 TDS METROCOM - MN 489.18 UNITED STATES TREASURY 1,798.96 WARREN VOLUNTEER AMBULANCE SER 416.67 WEST PAYMENT CENTER 528.47 12 PAYMENTS LESS THAN $300 1,503.53 FINAL TOTAL....... $80,580.32 12
  • AUDITOR WARRANTS 12/22/2009 VENDOR NAME AMOUNT BELGIUM TOWNSHIP TREASURER 1,625.53 BRANDT TOWNSHIP TREASURER 3,684.53 BRISLET TOWNSHIP TREASURER 1,625.53 CHESTER TOWNSHIP TREASURER 1,896.45 CROOKSTON FUEL COMPANY 1,572.00 GARDEN VALLEY TELEPHONE CO 626.34 GREAT PLAINS NATURAL GAS CO 545.73 GROVE PARK TILDEN TOWNSHIP 2,167.37 GULLY TOWNSHIP TREASURER 1,625.53 HELGELAND TOWNSHIP TREASURER 1,517.16 HEPPNER CONSULTING 1,105.00 HEWLETT PACKARD COMPANY 11,072.95 HILL RIVER TOWNSHIP TREASURER 2,167.37 HOFFMAN DALE & SWENSON PLLC 19,905.00 KERTSONVILLE TOWNSHIP TREAS 541.84 KNIFE RIVER MATERIALS 44,866.10 MCCC MI 33 1,662.72 MN COUNTIES INFORMATION SYS 491.25 MN DEPT OF ADMIN MNET 305.00 MORRIS ELECTRONICS INC 39,535.81 NORTH COUNTRY SECURITY INC 4,132.04 ONSTAD TOWNSHIP TREASURER 2,167.37 OTTERTAIL POWER CO 1,888.10 POLK COUNTY AUDITOR TREAS 921.74 QWEST 820.87 REGENTS OF THE UNIV OF MN 21,320.01 ROBERT R SCHROEDER CONST INC 144,354.20 SANDHILL SNOWCRUISERS 21,834.12 TDS METROCOM - MN 458.50 TRI COUNTY COMMUNITY CORR 4,937.09 WELLS FARGO FINANCIAL 307.52 GREG WIDSETH 416.60 XCEL ENERGY 718.33 20 PAYMENTS LESS THAN $300 2,801.17 FINAL TOTAL....... $345,616.87 AUDITOR WARRANTS 12/23/2009 VENDOR NAME AMOUNT FIRST CARE MEDICAL SERVICES 44,805.00 GARDEN VALLEY TELEPHONE CO 1,199.67 0 PAYMENTS LESS THAN $300 .00 FINAL TOTAL....... $46,004.67 AUDITOR WARRANTS 12/31/2009 VENDOR NAME AMOUNT ASSOC OF MN COUNTIES 2,275.00 CARDMEMBER SERVICE 3,573.37 CHILLER SYSTEMS INC 1,850.00 DON'S MACHINE SHOP 1,000.00 13
  • GREAT PLAINS NATURAL GAS CO 1,049.65 HAGEN CONSTRUCTION 4,080.17 HYATT REGENCY MINNEAPOLIS 2,935.86 LENES SAND & GRAVEL INC 3,848.69 MINN DAK ASPHALT INC 12,059.30 MN DEPT OF FINANCE 563.28 MORRIS ELECTRONICS INC 431.80 OCCUPATIONAL DEVELOPMENT CTR 13,787.84 OTIS ELEVATOR COMPANY 5,040.00 OTTERTAIL POWER CO 758.04 PITNEY BOWES GLOBAL 352.69 POLK COUNTY 64,353.65 POLK COUNTY AUDITOR TREAS 2,405.33 POLK COUNTY RECORDER 700.00 POSTMASTER 528.00 QWEST 372.07 RED LAKE ELECTRIC CO-OPERATIVE 692.14 RED LAKE WATERSHED DISTRICT 14,964.20 RESERVE ACCOUNT 1,000.00 SIMPLEXGRINNEL 2,216.59 STANLEY CONVERGENT 1,010.00 UNION LAKE SARAH IMPROVEMENT D 396,000.00 WEST PAYMENT CENTER 1,930.39 14 PAYMENTS LESS THAN $300 884.29 FINAL TOTAL....... $540,662.35 With no further business the Board adjourned to reconvene at 12:40 o’clock p.m. on January 19, 2010. ______________________________ Warren Strandell, Chairman ATTEST: ________________________________________ John P. Schmalenberg, County Coordinator Clerk of the Board 14