1319960 Public Notice - Douglas County Commissioners Meeting August 23, 2011
Publish September 21, 2011
BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS
AUGUST 23, 2011
The Board of Commissioners in and for the County of Douglas, State of Minnesota, met in Regular Session this 23rd day of August, 2011. Following is a summary of actions taken at that meeting. The full text is available for public inspection in the County Auditor/Treasurer’s office.
To approve the agenda with additions. Motion carried.
To approve minutes of the August 9th, 2011 Regular Board meeting as submitted. Motion carried.
To accept the recommendation of the Environmental Health Task Force and approve the Annual Establishment Licensing Policy as presented by Sandy Tubbs. Motion carried.
To accept the recommendation of the Environmental Health Task Force and approve the 2012 Proposed Fee Schedule as presented by Sandy Tubbs. Motion carried.
To approve offering free seasonal flu shots to all employees who participate in the County’s health insurance plan. Motion carried.
To adopt Resolution 11-58 authorizing execution of agreement. Motion carried.
To pay bills in the amount of $1,157,283.40 as follows:
Vendor Name - Count - Amount
A'viands, LLC - 14,219.21
Alexandria Light & Power - 17,658.65
Augusta Electric, Inc - 19,223.25
Central Specialties Inc - 160,745.22
Central Suspensions - 11,020.00
Centurylink - 2,433.76
Chappell Central, Inc - 3,304.26
Colorful Season Nursery & Flrl - 2,024.84
Contegrity Group Inc - 23,551.70
Diamond Mowers, Inc - 13,249.29
Doebber/Janice - 12,468.17
Douglas County Auditor-Treasurer - 2,686.67
Elert & Associates - 24,393.10
En Pointe Technologies - 32,585.83
Farmers Union Oil - 3,540.38
Franz Reprographics - 2,720.48
G & R Controls, Inc - 7,860.00
Geo's Paint & Finish, LLC - 2,375.00
Grazzini Brothers and Company - 3,724.00
Heartland Glass Company, Inc - 12,036.50
Highway Amoco - 26,696.06
Holiday Commercial - 5,076.74
Houston Engineering, Inc - 9,592.25
Johnson Controls Inc - 22,150.25
Keeprs Inc - 4,087.51
Klein McCarthy & Co, Ltd., Architects - 94,704.34
Lakes Area Paving & Striping - 9,331.60
Lubrication Technologies - 24,241.03
Marco, Inc - 5,937.69
Mark's Sand & Gravel Acquisition Company - 326,358.67
Minnesota Dept of Revenue - 45,679.46
MN Dept of Revenue - 41,189.81
Northern Dewatering, Inc - 7,249.33
Pitney Bowes - 7,000.00
Sell Hardware, Inc - 11,426.58
Shutter's Tire & Auto - 2,913.29
Spillman Gravel & Snow Removal - 36,181.81
Stronghold Industries, Inc - 22,515.00
Thrifty White Pharmacy - 2,766.71
Vinyl Products Mfg, Inc - 3,428.11
W. Gohman Construction Co - 12,297.75
West Payment Center - 2,644.32
Other Vendors - 142 - 61,994.78
Grand Total - 1,157,283.40
To assemble a committee to research County cell phone use and providers. Motion carried.
To accept the Federal Boating Safety Grant in the amount of $20,808 as presented by Sheriff Wolbersen. Motion carried.
To adopt Resolution 11-59 regarding the national moment of remembrance. Motion carried.
To adopt Resolution 11-60 approving the grant contract for the Veterans Service Office. Motion carried.
To reappoint Ray Kallstrom Veterans Service Officer, to another four-year term. Motion carried.
To approve the impoundment request from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Motion carried.
To approve the request from Someplace Safe, Wings Family Supportive Services and UCAN (United Communities Advocating Nonviolence) to have a domestic violence awareness walk on Tuesday, October 18th that will begin on the lawns of the Douglas County Courthouse. Motion carried.
To accept the recommendation of the Planning Commission and approve Preliminary Plat of RATAJESAK ADDITION with one condition. Motion carried.
To accept the recommendation of the Planning Commission and approve the conditional use permit for RUNESTONE ELECTRIC ASSN / C-82 WEST parcel numbers 30-0262-000 and 30-0260-000 to allow the rezoning from Residential to Commercial with one condition. Motion carried.
To accept the recommendation of the Planning Commission and approve the conditional use permit for LIEBL FARMS parcel number 21-0354-000 to allow a 182’ wind tower with conditions. Motion carried.
To accept the recommendation of the Planning Commission and approve the conditional use permit for LEE G SCHMIDT/JIM AND JACKIE KOKETT parcel number 27-1290-000 to allow livestock in a residential zone with conditions. Motion carried.
To accept the Memorandum of Agreement between Douglas County and West Central Minnesota Communities Action, Inc. as presented by Bill Schalow. Motion carried.
By consensus the Board scheduled a Special Meeting for Tuesday, August 30th at 9:00 a.m. to discuss the Service Center/LEC remodel.
To approve the SILS contract as presented by Mike Woods, Social Services Director. Motion carried.
To acknowledge payment of Social Services bills for the month of July, 2011 as follows. Motion carried.
Vendor Name - Count - Amount
Alexandria Opportunity Center - 14,497.47
Anderson Funeral Home - 3,200.00
Beltrami County Treasurer - 10,570.00
CBHH-Baxter-491 - 2,242.00
CBHH-Fergus Falls-491 - 3,363.00
Douglas Co Children's MH Collaborative - 51,814.00
Douglas County Attorney - 4,989.59
Douglas County Auditor-Treasurer - 6,455.76
Douglas County Developmental - 5,382.17
Elmore Academy - Youth Svcs Int'l - 3,900.00
Johnson/Phyllis - 2,082.57
Lutheran Social Services of MN - 11,972.03
Minnesota Human Services - 38,795.04
MN Dept of Human Serv-Mec 2 - 3,319.50
MSOP-MN Sex Offender Prog-462 - 10,168.00
New Beginnings - 3,144.10
North Homes Inc - 2,567.61
Okerlund/Erin & Leslie - 3,487.98
Path - 4,518.06
Productive Alternatives, Inc - 9,032.05
Rainbow Rider - 2,571.81
REM Central Lakes, Inc - 7,590.76
Rural Minnesota CEP-Inc - 12,956.33
Sayre/Marsha - 4,833.54
Solutions - 2,601.65
Valley Lake Boys Home Inc - 2,490.00
Vikingland Community Support - $4,207.33
West Central Regional Juv Ctr - 22,695.08
Zniewski Funeral Home - 3,200.00
Other Vendors - 241 - 60,850.64
Grand Total - $319,498.07
To approve Mr. Woods’ request to fill a Child Support Officer vacancy. Motion carried.
By consensus a Budget Meeting was scheduled for Wednesday, September 7th at 9:00 a.m.
To adjourn the meeting at 3:15 p.m. Motion carried.