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For the record: 6.08.22

What's coming up for the Douglas County Board of Commissioners and Pope Douglas Solid Waste Management

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Douglas County Board of Commissioners
Emergency Meeting
Wednesday, June 8
Location: Douglas County Administration Building Board Room, 821 Cedar St., Alexandria

9 a.m. Call to 0rder

Board

  1. Tornado damage discussion - informational
  2. Resolution - Extend state of emergency for Douglas County - action
  3. Appropriate up to $100,000 for Forada/Maple Lake tornado emergency response with all payments approved by board chair/emergency manager - action
  4. ALASD sewer charges in affected areas - informational
  5. Temporary special controls for surface water zoning on Maple Lake - action
  6. Agreement with Duininck Construction for use of gravel mine - action

Adjourn
This agenda is as of June 6, and is subject to change.

Pope/Douglas Solid Waste Management 
2115 Jefferson Street, Alexandria
Thursday, June 16
8 a.m.

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  1. Call to order
  2. Recite the Pledge of Allegiance
  3. Approve June 16 agenda
  4. Approve May 19 minutes
  5. Financial reports
  6. WTE plant operations reports
  7. Landfill operations reports
  8. MRF operations reports
  9. Plant maintenance updates
  10. SCORE program updates
  11. Bills
  12. Other business: a. capital projects; b. Resolution No. 7 – 2022 bond payment; c. abatement request; d. closed session - personnel discussion, Minn. Stat. § 13d.05 subd. 2

The agenda is as of June 2 and is subject to change.

To join the Pope/Douglas Solid Waste Management meeting from a computer, tablet, or smartphone, visit us02web.zoom.us/j/85297223015?pwd=ZHQ0QndvSHlmcEtra3NadXNIUUdtUT09.
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