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Fri, May 13th, 2005
Posted in Legals
Posted in Legals
Summary of Minutes
May 3, 2005 County Board Meeting The Fillmore County Board met in special session at the Courthouse in the City of Preston. All members were present. Also present were the Coordinator/Clerk, County Attorney, Auditor, other department heads and staff, citizens, and two members of the press. The following resolutions were adopted by the Board: RESOLUTION 2005-045:Final payment of $2,500.24 to Van Gundy Excavating, Project 23-599-162, Fillmore Township RESOLUTION 2005-046:Conditional Use Permit for John and Doris Palmer to expand Maple Springs Campground, Section 14,Forestville Township RESOLUTION 2005-047:Conditional Use Permit for Dairyland Power for transmission line, Beginning in Section 33, Amherst Township and continuing for two miles The Board approved the following agenda items: •the amended agenda. •the following amended Consent Agenda: 1.April 26, 2005 County Board minutes. 2.April 5, 2005 Social Services minutes. 3.Payment of March 2005 invoice of $137.20 to WSB for Taxiway Grading Construction project for Fillmore County Airport. 4.Anniversary step for Thomas Boyd, Social Services Director, to Merit Grade 10/Step J, effective May 1, 2005. 5.Temporary closure of CSAH 17 between Main Street and River Street for period of 6:00 p.m. through 1:00 a.m. for street dances on May 21, 2005 for Trout Days, Preston. 6.Final (#8) payment of $500.00 to Rusty Berger Masonry for Courthouse Addition and remodeling. •emergency hire of temporary help for office support at Grade 1/Step 1 for Social Services Department. •table previous motion regarding purchase of additional signage for Courthouse to obtain actual costs for two additional signs. •purchase of Destroyit Model 4002 shredder at low quote of $1,820.09 from Your Factory Source. •change orders with Morem Electric for electrical and All State for low voltage cabling and carpentry changes in Hearing Room for an amount not to exceed $2,000. •accept low bid of $222,276.25 for Project #23-599-102, Sumner Twp. Bridge from Midwest Contracting. •accept bid of $205,369.00 for Project #23-629-009, CSAH #29 bridge deck rehabilitation, Newburg Twp. from Minnowa Construction. •accept low bid for Projects SAP 23-602-16 and SAP 23-638-05 from Midwest Contracting in sum of $852,556.90. •award low bid for following aggregate rock hauled by contractor to Roverud Construction, as follows: 5,292 tons for CR108 (from CSAH 10 to CSAH 23) at the low bid of $5.18/unit for a total of $27,412.56; 5,670 tons for CSAH 28 (from CSAH 24 to CSAH 15) at the low bid of $5.18/unit for a total of $29,370.60 •award low bid for following aggregate rock hauled by contractor to Milestone Materials, as follows: re 7,560 tons for CR101 (from CSAH 1 to CSAH 2) at the low bid of $6.14/unit for a total of $46,418.40; 4,252.50 tons for CR102 (from CR 101 to CSAH 5) at the low bid of $6.26/unit for a total of $26,620.65; 2,835 tons for CSAH 4 (from CSAH 24 to TH 43) at the low bid of $5.96/unit for a total of$16,896.60; 3496.50 tons for CSAH 16 (from CSAH 17 to TH 52) at the low bid of $5.36/unit for a total of $18,741.24 •award low bid for following aggregate rock hauled by contractor to Pederson Bros., as follows: 4,347 tons for CSAH 20 (from CSAH 9 to CSAH 15) at the low bid of $5.13/unit for a total of $22,300.11 2,079 tons for CSAH 22 (from CSAH 17 to CSAH 15) at the low bid of $5.23/unit for a total of $10,873.17 4,819.50 tons for CSAH 26 (from Mower Co. line to TH 63) at the low bid of $5.48/unit for a total of $26,410.86 4,063.50 tons for CSAH 30 (from CSAH 15 to black top) at the low bid of $5.13/unit for a total of $20,845.76 945 tons for CR 109 (from CSAH 1 to CSAH 26) at the low bid of $5.69/unit for a total of $ 5,377.05 2,551.50 tons for CSAH 12 (from CSAH 14 to CSAH 11) at the low bid of $5.13/unit for a total of $13,089.20 •low quote and purchase of Uninterruptible Power Source (UPS) for the server, plus a three year warranty, in sum of $7,432.93 from GovConnection. •accept Sheriff’s recommendation to hire Jesse Grabau as Deputy at Step 2 of union scale effective May 23, 2005. •remove following motion from table: A motion was made by Dahl and seconded by Hansen to purchase additional signage for the Courthouse at $1,787.80 from Graphic Specialties and additional signs as deemed necessary at the Facility Committee’s discretion. The following Commissioners’ warrants were approved: REVENUE FUND Vendor Name, Description Amount Beckleys, supplies$187.77 Briggs Corporation, supplies$139.39 Enviro Sciences, Inc., supplies$360.00 Hanson Tire Service, Inc., parts and labor$253.47 Ikon Financial Services, copier contract$372.12 Kaase, Dorle Grindland, services$125.00 Kinnear, Sharon, auto expense$226.39 KVGO FM, advertising$450.00 Lopez, Debbilyn, auto expense$134.05 Martin, Debra, auto expense$143.77 Metro Sales, Inc., copier contract$139.55 MN County Attorneys Association, registration fee$105.00 Musselman, Kristen L., auto expense$179.41 Norby, Lesa, auto expense$257.17 Office Depot, supplies$686.15 Ohrtman, Helen, auto expense$170.10 Rasmussen, Barbara, auto expense$160.38 SE MN Water Resources Board, registration fees$250.00 Streicher’s, supplies$122.48 U.S. Bank, gas, supplies$161.16 U.S. Records, supplies$176.60 Wangen, Kim, auto expense$124.74 TOTAL REVENUE FUND BILLS OVER $100 (listed above)$4,924.70 TOTAL REVENUE FUND BILLS UNDER $100 (33 bills - not listed)$1,252.48 TOTAL REVENUE FUND $6,177.18 BUILDING FUND Vendor Name, Description Amount All State Communications, Inc., supplies$364.95 TOTAL BUILDING FUND $364.95 ROAD & BRIDGE FUND Vendor Name, Description Amount Al Larson & Sons Plumbing & Heating, services$152.00 Fillmore County Treasurer, IBM agreement$655.41 Grindeland, John, registration, mileage and other travel expense$240.28 Univ. of Minn - College of Continuing Education, registration fees$240.00 Widseth Smith Nolting & Associates, services$269.25 Zep Manufacturing Co., supplies$134.78 TOTAL ROAD & BRIDGE FUND BILLS OVER $100 (listed above)$1,691.72 TOTAL ROAD & BRIDGE FUND BILLS UNDER $100 (9 bills - not listed)$470.48 TOTAL ROAD & BRIDGE FUND $2,162.20 SANITATION FUND Vendor Name, Description Amount Green Lights Recycling, Inc., services$404.38 Recycoil Transportation, services$70.00 TOTAL SANITATION FUND $474.38 COURTHOUSE CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT FUND Vendor Name, Description Amount Beckleys, building improvement$82.99 K.B. Interiors, building improvement$440.69 Offisource, Inc., furniture$6,645.73 TOTAL COURTHOUSE CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT FUND $7,169.41 The above represents a summary of the County Board actions on the listed date. Official County Board minutes are on file in the Fillmore County Courthouse and are available for review during regular business hours. County Board meetings are usually scheduled for Tuesday mornings at 9:00 in the Commissioners’ Room in the Courthouse. Questions regarding the minutes or upcoming meetings can be directed to Karen Brown, Coordinator/Clerk of the County Board at 507/765-4566.