Public Notices February 5, 2020

NOTICE 

Evergreen Hill Cemetery Meeting

 

Evergreen Hill Cemetery will hold their annual meeting and election of officers Tuesday, February 11, 2020 at 6:30 p.m. at the Staples Community Center.

 

Bob Reeck, 

Secretary

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NOTICE

CITY OF STAPLES, MINNESOTA

ORDINANCE NO. 524   

RECODIFICATION

 

AN ORDINANCE ADOPTING AND 

ENACTING A NEW CODE FOR THE 

CITY OF STAPLES, 

MINNESOTA; 

PROVIDING FOR THE REPEAL OF CERTAIN ORDINANCES NOT INCLUDED THEREIN; PROVIDING A 

PENALTY FOR THE VIOLATION THEREOF; PROVIDING FOR 

THE MANNER OF 

AMENDING SUCH CODE; AND 

PROVIDING WHEN SUCH CODE AND THIS ORDINANCE SHALL BECOME EFFECTIVE.

 

THE CITY OF STAPLES DOES ORDAIN:

Section 1. The Code entitled “Staples City Code,” published by Municipal Code Corporation, consisting of chapters 1 through 109, each inclusive, is adopted.

Section 2. All ordinances of a general and permanent nature enacted on or before October 8, 2019, and not included in the Code or recognized and continued in force by reference therein, are repealed.

Section 3. The repeal provided for in Section 2 hereof shall not be construed to revive any ordinance or part thereof that has been repealed by a subsequent ordinance that is repealed by this ordinance.

Section 4. Unless another penalty is expressly provided, every person convicted of a violation of any provision of the Code or any ordinance, rule or regulation adopted or issued in pursuance thereof shall be punished by a fine not to exceed $1,000, imprisonment for a term not to exceed 90 days or both such fine and imprisonment. Except as otherwise provided by law or ordinance: (i) With respect to violations of this Code that are continuous with respect to time, each day that the violation continues is a separate offense; and (ii) With respect to violations that are not continuous with respect to time, each act is a separate offense. The penalty provided by this section, unless another penalty is expressly provided, shall apply to the amendment of any Code section, whether or not such penalty is reenacted in the amendatory ordinance. In addition to the penalty prescribed above, the city may pursue other remedies such as abatement of nuisances, injunctive relief and revocation of licenses or permits. 

Section 5. Additions or amendments to the Code when passed in such form as to indicate the intention to make the same a part of the Code shall be deemed to be incorporated in the Code, so that reference to the Code includes the additions and amendments.

Section 6. Ordinances adopted after October 8, 2019 that amend or refer to ordinances that have been codified in the Code shall be construed as if they amend or refer to like provisions of the Code.

Section 7. A complete copy of The Code may be reviewed at the Staples City Hall.

Section 8. This ordinance becomes effective from and after its passage and publication.

 

Adopted this 28th day of January, 2020

 

ATTEST:

/s/Diane Archer, 

City Clerk

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NOTICE 

SECTION 00 1113 ADVERTISEMENT FOR BID(S)

STAPLES-MOTLEY SCHOOL DISTRICT MECHANICAL & ELECTRICAL UPDATES

 

Sealed bids will be received until 1:00 p.m. local time, Thursday, February 13, 2020 in the School District of Staples-Motley, to the attention of Shane Tappe, Superintendent,  905 4th Street NE, Staples, Minnesota  56479 and immediately publicly opened and read aloud, for the Mechanical and Electrical Upgrades project.

The Project consists of mechanical and electrical upgrades at the Staples-Motely Elementary and High School buildings.

Staples-Motley High School: The work includes, but is not limited to the following: removal and replacement of ceilings, structural reinforcement and support pads, replacement of fan coil units with a rooftop unit, replacement of perimeter radiation, addition of variable air volume boxes and variable frequency drives to three existing systems, and replacement of pneumatic controls with digital controls.

Staples-Motley Elementary School: The work includes, but is not limited to the following: replacement of makeup air system at wood and metal shops, replacement of dust collection recovery system at wood shop, new welding/metal shop fume collection recovery system, and improvements to the electrical system at the metals/welding lab. Alternates scopes of work at the Elementary School consist of fire protection sprinkling system and window replacement.

A pre-bid meeting for all interested bidders will be held on Tuesday, February 4, 2020 at 1:00 p.m. Meet at the Staples-Motley District office, 905 4th Street NE, Staples, MN 56479.

Bid Bond, Performance and Payment Bonds and Prevailing Wages are applicable to this Project. All bidders and persons or companies providing a response/submission to the Advertisement for Bids shall comply with the provisions of the statute. 

The Owner reserves the right to reject a bid which is in any way incomplete, irregular, or to waive informalities or irregularities in the bid received. The Owner also reserves the right to reject a bid that is within the Owner’s judgment to be in the Owner’s best interest.

No bid may be withdrawn for a period of thirty (30) days after bid opening without written consent of the Owner.

All questions are to be directed to Ryan Thorson with LHB via email at ryan.thorson@lhbcorp.com. All questions must be submitted in written form via email. Questions are due by 10:00 a.m. local time, Thursday, February 7, 2020.

Interested parties may view Bidding Information, Quest Project #6685670 at no cost on the LHB website: http://www.lhbcorp.com/ and click on “Q” icon located in the upper right corner. Bidding Documents can be downloaded for a non-refundable charge of $25.00. Planholders are parties that have downloaded the plans and specifications. Planholders will be notified via email as addenda are issued. Parties that download the plans and specifications and need to have them printed are solely responsible for those printing costs. The sale of paper copies for projects listed on this site is not available. Contact QuestCDN.com at 952-233-1632 or info@questcdn.com for assistance with viewing or downloading this digital project information.

Bidding documents will be available on January 30, 2020.

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NOTICE 

TODD-WADENA COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS EXECUTIVE COMMITTE

 

The Todd-Wadena Community Corrections Executive Committee will meet Monday, February 10, 2020 at 5:00 p.m. at the Wadena County Attorney’s Office, 415 Jefferson Street South, Suite C, Wadena, MN  56482.

 

Curtis Bryniarski

Administrative Assistant

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NOTICE 

MAY TOWNSHIP MEETING dates

 

The following is a list of May Township (Cass County) Board of Supervisor meeting dates for the year 2020. All meetings start at 7:00 p.m.

January 13, 2020 

February 10, 2020

March 9, 2020

March 10, 2020 ANNUAL MEETING

April 13, 2020

May 11, 2020

June 8, 2020

June 22, 2020 (second meeting: road maintenance, etc.)

July 13, 2020

July 27, 2020 (second meeting: road maintenance, etc.)

August 10, 2020

August 24, 2020 (second meeting: road maintenance, etc.)

September 14, 2020

October 12, 2020

November 9, 2020

December 14, 2020

 

Bianca Wyffels, Clerk

May Township

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NOTICE 

Becker Township Board of Audit

 

The Annual Board of Audit for Becker Township will be held Tuesday, Feb. 11,  2020 at 7:00 p.m. at the Becker Town Hall following the regular meeting. Any questions please call the clerk at 218-352-6498.

 

Mary Fitcher, Clerk

Becker Township

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NOTICE 

BYRON TOWNSHIP REGULAR MEETINGS

 

Byron Township will be holding their regular monthly meetings on the third Thursday of every month at 7:00 p.m. at the Leader Community Hall.

February 20

March 19

April 16

May 21

June 18

July 16

August 20

September 17

October 15

November 19

December 17

 

The annual meeting will be held Tuesday, March 10 at 3 p.m. at the Leader Community Hall. Board of Equalization meeting TBD by Cass County.

 

Beverly Hoemberg, Clerk

Byron Township

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NOTICE 

VILLARD TOWNSHIP BOARD OF AUDIT 

 

The annual Board of Audit for Villard Township will be held Tuesday, Feb. 11, 2020 at 7:00 p.m. at the Villard Town Hall following the regular meeting. Any questions, contact the clerk at 218-640-6115.

 

Mary Trantina Koenig, 

Clerk

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NOTICE 

TODD-WADENA COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS FEE SCHEDULE HEARING

 

Notice to the Public: on Monday, February 10, 2020 at 5:00 p.m. in the Wadena County Attorney’s Office, 415 Jefferson Street South, Suite C, Wadena, MN, the Todd-Wadena Community Corrections Executive Committee will hold a Fee Schedule Hearing to solicit public input in order to determine the 2020 Correctional Fee Schedule for Todd-Wadena Community Corrections.

 

Curtis Bryniarski

Administrative Assistant

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NOTICE 

TODD COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE

 

The Todd County Sheriff’s Office will be implementing body worn cameras. State law requires that the public be notified prior to the body worn cameras implementation. 

For questions or concerns, contact Chief Deputy Marcyes by email or mail. Email address: lonnie.marcyes@co.todd.mn.us, Mailing Address: 115 3rd St. S., Long Prairie, MN  56347.

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NOTICE 

LEADER COMMUNITY HALL BOARD 

 

The Leader Community Hall Board will meet Thursday, February 13, 2020 at 7:00 p.m. at the Leader Hall.

 

Mark Strom, 

Secretary

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Minutes of the Meeting of the 

Todd County Board of Commissioners 

January 7, 2020

 

Call to Order

The Todd County Board of Commissioners met in the Commissioner’s Board Room in the City of Long Prairie, MN on the 7th day of January, 2020 at 9:00 a.m. The meeting was called to order by Chairperson Kneisl. The meeting was opened with the Pledge of Allegiance. All Commissioners were present.

Approval of Agenda

On motion by Neumann and seconded by Becker, the following motion was introduced and adopted by unanimous vote: To approve the agenda as presented with the addition of item 10.3 Discussion on 1W1P.

Board Organization

On motion by Erickson and seconded by Neumann, the following motion was introduced and adopted by unanimous vote: To appoint Commissioner Kircher as the Chairperson of the Todd County Board of Commissioners for 2020 proceedings.

On motion by Neumann and seconded by Kneisl, the following motion was introduced and adopted by unanimous vote: To appoint Commissioner Becker as the Vice-Chairperson of the Todd County Board of Commissioners for 2020 proceedings.

Consent Agenda

On motion by Erickson and seconded by Kneisl, the following motion was introduced and adopted by unanimous vote:

To approve the Commissioner’s Meeting Minutes for December 30, 2019 as presented.

Auditor-Treasurer

On motion by Neumann and seconded by Becker, the following resolution was introduced and adopted by unanimous vote:

A RESOLUTION 

DESIGNATING AN 

OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER FOR 2020

WHEREAS, Minnesota Statutes Chapter 375.12 requires the annual letting of bids for publication of official proceedings of the County Board and similar statutes require the publication of delinquent tax lists, County Financial Statements, and local transportation project bid advertisements, and;

WHEREAS, pursuant to advertisement bids were opened to be designated for those parties interested in being named as the official newspaper for Todd County on January, 7, 2020.

NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Todd County Board of Commissioners accept the bid from Staples World, with a bid of $10.50 per column inch to be the Official Newspaper for the year 2020 and;

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Todd County website (www.co.todd.mn.us) be also designated as an official publication for all statutory requirements.

On motion by Kneisl and seconded by Erickson, the following resolution was introduced and adopted by unanimous vote:

A RESOLUTION 

DESIGNATING AN EXTRA PUBLICATION NEWSPAPER FOR 2020

WHEREAS, Minnesota Statutes Chapter 375.12 requires the annual letting of bids for publication of official proceedings of the County Board and similar statues require the publication of delinquent tax lists, County Financial Statements, and local transportation project bid advertisements, and;

WHEREAS, pursuant to advertisement bids were opened to be designated for those parties interested in being named as the extra publication newspaper for Todd County on January 7, 2020.

NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Todd County Board of Commissioners accept the bid from The Long Prairie Leader with a bid of $7.80 per column inch to be the Extra Publication Newspaper for the year 2020.

On motion by Becker and seconded by Neumann, the following resolution was introduced and adopted by unanimous vote:

A RESOLUTION 

ESTABLISHING THE 2020 TODD COUNTY BOARD OF 

COMMISSIONER BOARD PROTOCOL

(Copy of full resolution language available in the Auditor-Treasurer’s Office for public inspection.)

On motion by Erickson and seconded by Becker, the following motion was introduced and adopted by unanimous vote: To approve to continue to hold the Todd County Board of Commissioner’s Meetings on the first and third Tuesday of every month at 9:00 a.m. in the Todd County Historic Courthouse and work sessions designated by Board Chairperson or three members of the County Board as deemed necessary. The Commissioners also approve that the March 3, 2020 board meeting be rescheduled to March 2, 2020 and the November 3, 2020 board meeting be rescheduled to November 2, 2020 due to State Elections being held on said dates and the year-end board meeting be scheduled for December 29, 2020.

On motion by Neumann and seconded by Erickson, the following resolution was introduced and adopted by unanimous vote:

A RESOLUTION 

ESTABLISHING

THE COMMISSIONER’S COMMITTEE 

ASSIGNMENTS 

FOR 2020

WHEREAS, The County Commissioners have wide ranging and diverse responsibilities, and;

WHEREAS, it is necessary for Commissioners to be assigned to Committees for the purposes of advocating for the County, and to effectively complete the work of the County.

NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the attached Committee Roster (Attachment 1) is hereby adopted as the County Commissioners’ Committee Assignments for 2020 and will remain on file in the Auditor-Treasurer’s Office.

On motion by Kneisl and seconded by Becker, the following resolution was introduced and adopted by unanimous vote:

DESIGNATION OF 

DEPOSITORIES, 

INVESTMENTS & 

ELECTRONIC FUNDS TRANSFERS

WHEREAS, Minnesota Statute §118A.02, subdivision 1 (a) states “The governing body of each government entity shall designate, as a depository of its funds, one or more financial institutions.” and;

WHEREAS, in accordance with Minnesota Statute §118A.01 through §118A.08, the County Board of Commissioners has the official role to authorize the County Auditor/Treasurer to select depositories and make investments of funds under Minnesota Statute §118A.01 to §118A.08 or other applicable law for and on behalf of the County of Todd and;

WHEREAS, in accordance to Minnesota Statute §385.07, the County Board of Commissioners has the official role to authorize the County Auditor/Treasurer the use electronic funds transfers where deemed appropriate, expeditious and in the best interest of the County of Todd.

NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Todd County Board of Commissioners authorize the Todd County Auditor/Treasurer to select depositories and make investments in accordance to Minnesota Statute §118A.01 through §118A.08 where the following financial institutions are currently in place:

• American Heritage National Bank

• Minnesota National Bank

• Unity Bank

• US Bank

• MAGIC Fund

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Todd County Board of Commissioners authorize the Todd County Auditor/Treasurer the use of electronic funds transfers where deemed appropriate, expeditious and in the best interest of Todd County.

Other Resolutions

It is understood that this Resolution replaces and supersedes all prior County Board actions, oral or written, relating to the subject matter hereof.

On motion by Neumann and seconded by Kneisl the following motion was introduced and adopted by unanimous Roll Call vote: To approve the December 2019 Auditor Warrants number (ACH) 900587 through 900618 in the amount of $358,089.98, (Manual) 516 through 517 in the amount of $997 and (Regular) 234701 through 234866 in the amount of $731,601.88 for a total of $1,090,688.86.

Todd Wadena Community Corrections

On motion by Kneisl and seconded by Erickson, the following resolution was introduced and adopted by unanimous vote: 

RESOLUTION 

APPOINTING 

MEMBERSHIP

Todd-Wadena 

Community Corrections

2020

This is a resolution appointing membership to the Todd-Wadena Community Corrections Executive Committee and Advisory Board.

WHEREAS, In accordance with MN Statutes Chapter 401, in 1976 Todd and Wadena Counties entered into a joint powers agreement and established Todd-Wadena Community Corrections, and 

WHEREAS, On July 19, 2016, Todd and Wadena Counties reaffirmed their continued commitment to providing community corrections in their respective counties through Todd-Wadena Community Corrections, by approving the updated joint powers agreement, and

WHEREAS, Membership of the Todd-Wadena Community Corrections Executive Committee and Advisory Board needs to be appointed by the Boards of Commissioners in Todd and Wadena Counties, and

THEREFORE, IT IS RESOLVED that the members of the Todd-Wadena Community Corrections Executive Committee are appointed as follows:

1. Barbara Becker, Todd County Commissioner.

2. David Kircher, Todd County Commissioner.

3. Sheldon Monson, Wadena County Commissioner.

4. James Hofer, Wadena County Commissioner.

5. Jason Sellnow, Chairperson of the Community Corrections Advisory Board.

6. Kyra Ladd, Vice-Chairperson of the Community Corrections Advisory Board.

7. Honorable Daniel Benson, District Court Judge.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the members of the Todd-Wadena Community Corrections Advisory Board are appointed as follows:

1. Donald Asmus, Citizen Member.

2. Eric Monson, Citizen Member

3. Naomi Moyer, Citizen Member.

4. Lane Waldahl, Citizen Member.

5. Katherine Langer, Correctional Administrator.

6. Sheena Prizler, Corrections Agent.

7. Barbara Becker, Todd County Commissioner.

8. David Kircher, Todd County Commissioner.

9. Sheldon Monson, Wadena County Commissioner.

10. James Hofer, Wadena County Commissioner.

11. Honorable Daniel A. Benson, District Court Judge.

12. Patrick Sutlief, Educational Administrator.

13. Sandra Ahrendt, Ethnic/Minorities Representative.

14. Cindy Pederson, Health Services Representative.

15. Jackie Och, Health and Human Services Representative.

16. Vacant, Human Services Representative.

17. Melissa Birkholtz, Police Chief.

18. Jane Gustafson, Prosecuting Attorney.

19. Kyra Ladd, Prosecuting Attorney.

20. Sarah Federle, Public Defender.

21. Jason Sellnow, Public Defender.

22. Michael D. Carr, Wadena County Sheriff.

23. Steve Och, Todd County Sheriff.

24. Connie Nelson, Victim Services.

County Sheriff

On motion by Neumann and seconded by Becker, the following motion was introduced and adopted by unanimous vote: To accept the Snowmobile Safety Enforcement Grant.

Health & Human Services

On motion by Erickson and seconded by Becker, the following motion was introduced and adopted by unanimous vote: To approve the Northern Pines Purchase of Service contract renewal.

Administration

On motion by Kneisl and seconded by Neumann, the following resolution was introduced and adopted by unanimous vote: 

RESOLUTION 

OF FINANCIAL 

COMMITMENT OF SOLID WASTE 

CAP GRANT AND BONDING PROJECT

WHEREAS, Todd County has made application for a capital assistance program grant (Grant); and 

WHEREAS, Todd County prepared a letter of support to the MPCA for this grant application dated June 4, 2019. Todd County intends to utilize Grant funds to make specific modifications, upgrades or construct new components (hereafter referred to as Improvements) of its regional Integrated Solid Waste Management System (System); and

WHEREAS, The improvements include equipment for, and construction of the following infrastructure at the existing Todd County Transfer Station property near Browerville: a new municipal solid waste transfer station building; modification and retrofit of the existing transfer station for single sort processing for recyclables generated in Todd County and other nearby counties; construction of a new source separated organic materials composting (SSOM) facility for yard waste and organics generated in Todd County and other nearby counties; and

NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, by the Todd County Board of Commissioners that Todd County will implement the project, provide necessary local financing, and accept and exercise the governmental powers necessary to develop and operate the Improvements. The solid waste department shall, as an enterprise fund, prepare its annual budget to cover the costs including but not limited to bond payments, operation costs, maintenance costs and labor costs arising out of the Improvements and; 

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, Todd County desires to expand its regionalized approach to solid waste management through construction of the proposed single sort recyclables and SSOM processing improvements to serve neighboring counties; and

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, Recycling and composting improvements will be located at, and operated out of, common property, equipment or buildings which also serve disposal related purposes. Todd County will not accept recyclable materials for the purpose of disposal unless no other person is willing to accept the recyclable materials; and 

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, if awarded, Todd County pledges to use all funds made available exclusively for the eligible capital-related costs of the project and to pay any additional amount by which the cost of the project exceeds the estimate by appropriation to the construction fund of additional funds or proceeds of additional bonds of Todd County. Todd County recognizes that any subsequent withdrawal of allocated or additional funds of Todd County will impair the obligation of contract between the state of Minnesota, Todd County and the bondholders. 

On motion by Kneisl and seconded by Erickson, the following motion was introduced and adopted by unanimous vote: To approve the request to recruit for MIS Supervisor and post position internally.

Commissioner’s Report

The Commissioners reported on meetings attended.

Auditor-Treasurer’s Report

The Auditor-Treasurer reported on meetings attended and projects in progress including 21 townships with candidate filings closing on January 14.

Coordinator’s Report

The Coordinator had no updates to report.

Recess

Chairperson Kircher recessed the meeting until January 21, 2020.

 

auditor WARRANTS

Vendor Name $ Amount

CITY OF EAGLE BEND $42,354.33 

DLT SOLUTIONS INC 7,977.07 

LAKES AREA TRUCK 

   REPAIR 7,495.87 

LONG PRAIRIE OIL CO 5,740.15 

NUSS TRUCK & EQUIP 117,899.65 

PETERS LAW OFF., P.A. 4,440.00 

RAINBOW RIDER 2,934.59 

TODD CO AG. SOC. 2,259.88 

VOYANT COMMS, LLC 3,792.77 

18 PAYMENTS LESS 

   THAN $2,000 7,102.27 

1 PAYMENT LESS 

   THAN $2,000 200.05 

AMERICAN HERITAGE 

   BANK 67,511.34 

COUNTRYSIDE REST 3,276.00 

EBSO INC 219,195.41 

FLEET SERVICES/

   WEX BANK 5,288.39 

LONG PRAIRIE OIL CO 7,092.95 

LONG PRAIRIE 

   SANITATION INC 4,468.23 

MN DEPT OF FINANCE 7,156.50 

Prairie Lakes Muni. 

   Solid Waste Auth 78,672.00 

STAPLES ADVANTAGE 3,405.34 

29 PAYMENTS LESS 

   THAN $2,000 11,795.11 

COUNTIES PROVIDING 

   TECHNOLOGY 4,946.00 

HOLLERMANN/SHAWN 60,591.75 

LONG PRAIRIE OIL 

   COMPANY 2,633.26 

MINNESOTA POWER 

   & LIGHT 14,583.43 

MORRISON COUNTY 16,053.25 

NOTERMANN/

   ANTHONY L. 3,669.10 

REGENTS OF THE 

   UNIV OF MN 33,916.62 

SHIRLEY’S GAS & 

   GROCERIES 2,666.70 

WOLTERS BODY SHOP 3,147.11 

49 PAYMENTS LESS 

   THAN $2,000 21,602.79 

AMERICAN HERITAGE 6,087.00 

CENTERPOINT ENERGY 4,488.01 

FARM-RITE EQUIP., INC 18,833.68 

GALLAGHER BENEFIT 

   SERVICES INC 2,000.00 

Prairie Lakes Muni. 

   Solid Waste Auth 78,672.00 

RINGDAHL ARCHIT. INC. 9,750.00 

STEP 8,464.40 

STOECKEL JAHNER INC 14,630.00 

US POSTAL SERVICE 7,387.12 

VOYANT COMM.S, LLC 3,509.69 

WIDSETH SMITH 

   NOLTING INC 2,761.86 

WILDER FOUNDATION 2,350.00 

29 PAYMENTS LESS 

   THAN $2,000 9,870.73 

1 PAYMENT LESS 

   THAN $2,000 796.95 

COMPASS MINERALS 

   AMERICA 18,516.48 

METRO SALES INC 2,146.38 

Otter Tail Cty. Treas 9,303.86 

RURAL MN CEP INC 11,613.85 

STATEMA’S BACKHOE 

   SERVICE LLC 12,890.00 

TIERNEY BROS INC 3,628.78 

TODD SOIL & WATER 

   CONS DIST 76,839.01 

VERIZON 2,452.32 

26 PAYMENTS LESS 

   THAN $2,000 9,828.83 

Total $1,090,688.86 

 

On a motion by Kneisl and seconded by Neumann, the preceding minutes of the County Board meeting held January 7, 2020 were duly approved by unanimous vote at the Todd County Board of Commissioners at the Regular Board Meeting held on January 21, 2020.

 

Witness my hand and seal:

 

David Kircher,

County Board Chairperson

 

Denise Gaida, Todd County

Auditor-Treasurer

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Staples World

Mailing Address: P.O. Box 100 Staples, MN 56479 Telephone: (218) 894-1112 - Fax: (218) 894-3570 Toll Free: 1-888-894-1112 E Mail: office@staplesworld.com

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