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Douglas County Board of Commissioners
Regular Meeting
Tuesday, Sept. 6
Location: Douglas County Administration Building Board Room, 821 Cedar St., Alexandria

9 a.m. Call to order, approve agenda, approve minutes of Aug. 16 regular meeting

9:02 a.m. Troy Wolbersen, county sheriff

  1. Resolution – Accept donation from Town of LaGrand – action

9:04 a.m. Chad Larson, county attorney

  1. Request to fill full-time legal administrative assistant position – action

9:06 a.m. Miranda Wendlant, CPA, CFE, Clifton Larson Allen


  1. 2021 Audit exit presentation – informational

9:26 a.m. Nicole Fernholz, director, Alexandria Economic Development Commission

  1. Resolution – 2022 Business & Industrial Appreciation Day honoree: Ollie's Service – action

9:31 a.m. Brad Brejcha, vice president, Douglas County Fair Board

  1. 2023 appropriations request – informational

9:41 a.m. Dawn Dailey, library director

  1. Request to fill part-time teen librarian position – action

9:43 a.m. Dave Rush, Land and Resource Management director

  1. Licenses – action
  2. Final plat – Hockerts Third Subdivision – action
  3. Final plat – Windjammer HOA – action
  4. Resolution to support submittal of Long Prairie River Comprehensive Watershed Management Plan to the Board of Water and Soil Resources – action
  5. Approval of funding for Water Quality Legacy Fund supported project – action
  6. Resolution accepting FY 2023 Natural Resources Block Grant for septic treatment and upgrade – Action

10:03 a.m. Break
10:08 a.m. Tim Erickson, Public Works director-county engineer

  1. Resolution – Contract Final: 2022 liquid calcium chloride – action
  2. Pilgrim Point parking lot – action

10:13 a.m. Heather Schlangen, county coordinator

  1. Douglas County's 2022 Minnesota Counties Intergovernmental Trust Dividend – informational

10:18 a.m. Vicki Doehling, auditor/treasurer

  1. Resolution – Gambling permit for United Way of Douglas & Pope Counties – action
  2. Resolution – Gambling permit for Minnesota Trapshooting Association – action
  3. Set fee amount for small brewer off-sale license for 128-oz per day – action
  4. Small brewer off-sale license for 128 oz per day – action

10:23 a.m. Jill Frisell, finance director


  1. Bills – action
  2. Permission to fill strategic finance accounting analyst position – action

10:28 a.m. Board

  1. THC ordinance – informational
  2. Per diems – action
  3. Douglas County Fair Board appropriations request – action
  4. Closed session: The meeting will be closed as permitted by Minnesota Statutes Section13D.05, Subd 3(c) to discuss offer relating to the County’s possible purchase of East ½ of the NE ¼ of the NW 1/4 lying N of Hilltop Plat and the W1/2 of the NW ¼ of the NE ¼ Excepting the S 323.4'

10:48 a.m. Items from the floor


Upcoming meetings
County Commissioners may be attending the 7-8:30 p.m. Sept. 12 Alexandria City Council meeting at 704 Broadway to hear the discussion on the THC draft ordinance.

This agenda is as of Aug. 31 and is subject to change.

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