Public Notices January 1, 2020

FILING NOTICE

MORAN TOWNSHIP

 

Notice is hereby given to the residents of Moran Township that filing for township offices will be open December 31, 2019 and close January 14, 2020, at 5:00 p.m. The offices that may be filed for are: One (1) Supervisor for a three (3) year term, and One (1) Clerk for a two (2) year term. Candidates may file at the clerk’s office at 28316 410th St. Browerville, Mn.

 

Teresa Wagner, Clerk

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ISD #2170

SCHOOL BOARD MEETING 

with closed session - 

Meeting #13 

Nov. 18, 2019 

6:00 p.m.

District Office

MINUTES

 

Call to Order

The meeting was called to order with Longbella, Freeman, Anderson, Frisk, Winkels and Lund present. Also attending: Supt. Tappe; Business Services, Herdegen; Principals Johnson, Regan and Schmidt; Activities Director, Boran; approximately 15 employees, students and community members; Staples World Managing Editor, Anderson and Recording Secretary, Madson.

The Pledge of Allegiance was recited.

Motion by Winkels, secondedby Freeman, to adopt the agenda. MC 

Community/School Forum 

a. Bernice Thomson from the Motley Area Historical Society addressed the Board regarding their request for the preservation of old Motley Rockets memorabilia. 

Facilities Update (Troy Miller - LHB)

Troy Miller gave the Board an update on upcoming HVAC projects in the Elementary and HS, with a timeline for document review, the bidding process, and arrival of equipment to begin the projects at the end of the school year.

Motion to move into Closed Session, pursuant to MN Statute 13D.03, for Support Negotiations update

Motion by Frisk, seconded by Anderson, to move into Closed Session, pursuant to MN Statute 13D.03, for Support Negotiations update. MC (6:14)

Reconvene 

in Closed Session

Update on details of the proposed Support Staff settlement 

Reconvene 

in Open Session 

Motion by Freeman, seconded by Longbella, to reconvene in Open Session. MC (6:29) 

Consent Agenda:

Motion by Winkels, seconded by Frisk, to approve the Consent Agenda. MC 

Motion by Frisk, seconded by Anderson, to approve the Resolution to Accept Donations and Grants in the amount of $3,115. MC 

Finance Items: 

Motion by Anderson, seconded by Longbella, to authorize payment of the vouchers. MC

Motion by Longbella, seconded by Lund, to approve PIEP as the Health Insurance carrier for the  2020 School year. MC This will be a two year commitment with no guarantee of rates for the second year. 

OTHER

Motion by Winkels, seconded by Lund, to approve the 2019-2021 Support Staff agreement with a .30 cent increase for 2019-20 and a 2.75 percent (%) increase for 2020-21; including language revisions as negotiated. MC 

Motion by Frisk, seconded by Lund, to adopt the 2020-2021 Calendar Option # 2 as voted on by Certified Staff. MC 

Motion by Winkels, seconded by Freeman, to approve the Resolution of School Board Supporting application to MSHSL Foundation. MC This is for grant funding which is based on the District’s Free/ Reduced percentage. 

Motion by Longbella, seconded by Frisk, to Approve the request from the Motley Area Historical Society for old Motley band uniforms, FFA Jacket(s), and some handmade furniture stored in the south gym. MC

Trophies and pictures will be retained at the Motley building. 

Reports:   

School Board:

a. FED - Oct. 23, 2019 minutes

b. Sourcewell - Sept. 19, 2019 minutes

Principals - written reports were available

Superintendent Tappe updated the Board on the CIP (Continuous Improvement Planning) teams that are being formed and will be meeting throughout the next several months. 

Adjournment  

Motion by Anderson, seconded by Winkels, to adjourn the meeting at 6:47 p.m. MC 

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SCHOOL BOARD work session & truth in taxation - meeting #14

Dec. 2, 2019 

6:00 p.m. 

District Office

MINUTES

 

Call to Order

The meeting was called to order with Longbella, Winkels, Freeman, Anderson and Lund present. Also attending: Supt. Tappe; Business Services, Herdegen; LHB, Troy Miller; several employees, community members and students; Staples World Managing Editor, Anderson and Recording Secretary, Madson. 

The Pledge of Allegiance was recited. 

Motion by Longbella, seconded by Lund, to adopt the agenda. MC 

Community/ 

Public Forum

Truth in Taxation Levy and Budget Public Discussion

Mr. Herdegen presented Levy information with the recommendation to certify the levy at the maximum on Dec. 17.

HVAC project update

Troy Miller, LHB reviewed the current scope of work for the HVAC projects with a budget for projects as well as alternates. A timeline was also presented indicating all construction would be complete in mid-October 2021. 

Combined Polling Place Discussion

At the Dec. 17 meeting the Board will be required to designate the combined polling sites for 2020. For the last election the Motley City Hall and the Staples Community Center were the two polling spots. Discussion on adding a third site such as Scandia Valley. 

Future Referendum Discussion

•Learn from the failed attempt

•Look at firms and see what they can provide as services for us

•A Bond referendum can be held in Feb., April, May, August or November; an operating referendum can only be held in November. 

•Our current operating referendum will end in 2022 and the Board will need to strategically plan for that.

•Next steps?

•Hire a firm; go through the timeframe

•Determine our needs

•Communicate and Interact

Superintendent evaluation information (from the August MSBA meeting) will be presented at the Dec. 17 meeting. Freeman and Lund are on the committee for evaluations. This will be more of a reflection of what’s going well or not going well. 

Adjournment

Motion by Winkels, seconded by Freeman, to adjourn the Work Session. MC

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Special School Board Meeting - #15 Dec. 2, 2019  

Immediately Following the Work Session

District Office

MINUTES

 

Call to Order

The meeting was called to order with Longbella, Winkels, Freeman, Anderson and Lund present (comprising a quorum). Also attending: Supt. Tappe; Business Services, Heredegen; several employees, community members and students; Staples World Managing Editor, Anderson; and Recording Secretary, Madson. 

Motion by Anderson, seconded by Winkels, to adopt the agenda as presented. MC 

Approve the MOU with SMEA regarding HRA/ HSA Contributions 

Motion by Longbella, seconded by Anderson, to approve the MOU with SMEA regarding HRA/ HSA contributions. MC 

Approve the Support Staff Agreement revision regarding HRA/ HSA contributions

Motion by Winkels, seconded by Lund, to approve the Support Staff Agreement revisions regarding HRA / HSA contributions.  MC 

Adjournment

Motion by Freeman, seconded by Winkels, to adjourn the meeting at 6:56 p.m. MC 

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Minutes of the Meeting of the 

Todd County Board of Commissioners 

december 4, 2019

 

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 4th day of December, 2019 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 with Commissioner Kircher absent.

Approval of Agenda

On motion by Neumann and seconded by Erickson, the following motion was introduced and adopted by unanimous vote: To approve the agenda as presented.

Consent Agenda

On motion by Becker and seconded by Erickson, the following motion and resolution were introduced and adopted by unanimous vote:

To approve the Commissioner’s Meeting Minutes for November 19, 2019 as presented.

GAMBLING PERMIT - ST. MARY OF MT. 

CARMEL 

CHURCH-SCHOOL

WHEREAS, the Todd County Board of Commissioners are establishing their approval for a Gambling Permit for the St. Mary of Mt. Carmel Church-School through this resolution;

NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Todd County Board of Commissioners approve a Gambling Permit for the St. Mary of Mt. Carmel Church-School to hold a raffle event at the Head of the Lakes Resort in Leslie Township at the address 15080 Gardenia Dr., Osakis, MN on February 1, 2020.

Auditor-Treasurer

On motion by Erickson and seconded by Becker, the following motion was introduced and adopted by unanimous Roll Call vote: To approve the November 2019 Auditor Warrants number (ACH) 900523 through 900586 in the amount of $1,271,593.92, (Manual) 515 through 515 in the amount of $808.80 and (Regular) 234554 through 234700 in the amount of $1,579,021.80 for a total of $2,851,424.52.

On motion by Neumann and seconded by Becker, the following motion was introduced and adopted by unanimous Roll Call vote: To approve the Commissioner Warrants number (ACH) 400449 through 400463 in the amount of $22,815.18 and (Regular) 52602 through 52677 in the amount of $103,591.28 for a total of $126,406.46.

On motion by Becker and seconded by Erickson, the following motion was introduced and adopted by unanimous Roll Call vote:  To approve the Health & Human Services Commissioner Warrants number (ACH) 800255 through 800267 and (Regular) 706096 through 706137 for a total amount of $41,771.19.

On motion by Neumann and seconded by Erickson, the following motion was introduced and adopted by unanimous Roll Call vote:  To approve the Health & Human Services SSIS Warrants number (ACH) 600081 through 600088 and (Regular) 515533 through 515548 in the amount of $35,586.95.

On motion by Erickson and seconded by Neumann, the following motion was introduced and adopted by unanimous vote: To approve the contract with Peters Law Office for Public Defender services in Todd County for 2020.

Veterans Services

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

RESOLUTION FOR 

THE COUNTY

VETERANS SERVICE OFFICE 

OPERATIONAL 

ENHANCEMENT GRANT PROGRAM

BE IT RESOLVED, by Todd County that the County enter into the attached Grant Agreement with the Minnesota Department of Veterans Affairs (MDVA) to conduct the following Program: County Veterans Service Office Operational Enhancement Grant Program. The grant must be used to provide outreach to the county’s veterans; to assist in the reintegration of combat veterans into society; to collaborate with other social service agencies, educational institutions, and other community organizations for the purposes of enhancing services offered to veterans; to reduce homelessness among veterans; and to enhance the operations of the county veterans service office, as specified in Minnesota Laws 2019, Chapter 10 Article 1, Section 37, Subdivision 2.  This Grant should not be used to supplant or replace other funding.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, by Todd County that Pete Berscheit, the County Veterans Service Officer, be authorized to execute the attached Grant Contract for the above-mentioned Program on behalf of the County.  

Health & Human Services

On motion by Erickson and seconded by Neumann, the following motion was introduced and adopted by unanimous vote: To approve the County Contract Coordination Services between Region 5 and Sourcewell on behalf of Todd County.

On motion by Erickson and seconded by Becker, the following motion was introduced and adopted by unanimous vote: To approve, on behalf of Todd County, the attached Purchase of Service Agreement with Resource Training and Solutions.

On motion by Becker and seconded by Erickson, the following motion was introduced and adopted by unanimous vote: To approve the attached Annual Purchase Agreement with the West Central Regional Juvenile Center.

Administration

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

2020 Non-Union 

Employee/Appointed 

Officials Salaries

WHEREAS, the Todd County Board of Commissioners are responsible for setting the compensation of county employees, elected officials, appointed officials and board members, and;

WHEREAS, the Todd County Board of Commissioners desire to follow the same pattern bargained with unions for the non-union county employees and appointed officials, and;

WHEREAS, the agreements include a 2.5 percent (%) general increase effective the first full pay period worked in January, 2020, pay date January 29, 2020, and a 3 percent (%) step increase effective the first full pay period worked in July, 2020, pay date July 29, 2020 for eligible staff. Staff currently over the maximum of the salary grid shall receive a 1.25 percent (%) (one-half general increase) effective the first full pay period worked in January, 2020 pay date January 29, 2020 in accordance with county policy. 

NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Todd County Board of Commissioners authorize a 2.5 percent (%) general increase effective the first full pay period worked in January, 2020, pay date January 29, 2020, and a 3 percent (%) step increase effective the first full pay period worked in July 2020, and pay date July 29, 2020 for eligible staff. Staff currently over the maximum of the salary grid shall receive a 1.25 percent (%) (one-half general increase) effective the first full pay period worked in January, 2020 pay date January 29, 2020 in accordance with county policy. 

On motion by Erickson and seconded by Becker, the following resolution was introduced and adopted by majority Roll Call vote with Commissioners Becker, Erickson and Kneisl for and Commissioner Neumann against:

2020 COUNTY COMMISSIONERS SALARY

WHEREAS, the Todd County Board of Commissioners are responsible for setting the compensation of county employees, elected officials, appointed officials and board members, and;

WHEREAS, the Todd County Board of Commissioners have considered the duties and responsibilities of each individual position; and

WHEREAS, the Todd County Board of Commissioners have considered the salaries of elected officials in other comparable counties; and

NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Todd County Board of Commissioners approve setting the County Commissioners salary at $31,941 plus $1,800 supplemental pay for Board Chair and $1,200 supplemental pay for the Board Vice-Chair in 2020.

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

2020 COUNTY ATTORNEY SALARY

WHEREAS, the Todd County Board of Commissioners are responsible for setting the compensation of county employees, elected officials, appointed officials and board members, and;

WHEREAS, the Todd County Board of Commissioners have considered the duties and responsibilities of each individual position; and

WHEREAS, the Todd County Board of Commissioners have considered the salaries of elected officials in other comparable counties; and

WHEREAS, the County Attorney is not on the County Comp worth Springsted pay scale; and

NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Todd County Board of Commissioners approve setting the County Attorney salary with an increase of 6.44 percent (%) at $118,151 for 2020.

On motion by Becker and seconded by Neumann, the following resolution was introduced and a Roll Call vote taken with Commissioners Becker and Neumann for and Commissioners Erickson and Kneisl against resulting in a tie vote:

2020 COUNTY AUDITOR TREASURER SALARY

WHEREAS, the Todd County Board of Commissioners are responsible for setting the compensation of county employees, elected officials, appointed officials and board members, and;

WHEREAS, the Todd County Board of Commissioners have considered the duties and responsibilities of each individual position; and

WHEREAS, the Todd County Board of Commissioners have considered the salaries of elected officials in other comparable counties; and

WHEREAS, the County Auditor Treasurer is not on the County Comp worth Springsted pay scale; and

NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Todd County Board of Commissioners approve setting the County Auditor Treasurer salary with an increase of 15 percent (%)at $95,915 for 2020.

Robert’s Rule of Order was cited that this item was held from further discussion and redirected to the next Board Meeting scheduled for December 17, 2019.

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

2020 COUNTY RECORDER SALARY

WHEREAS, the Todd County Board of Commissioners are responsible for setting the compensation of county employees, elected officials, appointed officials and board members, and;

WHEREAS, the Todd County Board of Commissioners have considered the duties and responsibilities of each individual position; and

WHEREAS, the Todd County Board of Commissioners have considered the salaries of elected officials in other comparable counties; and

WHEREAS, the County Recorder is not on the County Comp worth Springsted pay scale; and

NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Todd County Board of Commissioners approve setting the County Recorder salary with an increase of 6.44 percent (%) at 69,186 for 2020.

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

2020 COUNTY SHERIFF SALARY

WHEREAS, the Todd County Board of Commissioners are responsible for setting the compensation of county employees, elected officials, appointed officials and board members, and;

WHEREAS, the Todd County Board of Commissioners have considered the duties and responsibilities of each individual position; and

WHEREAS, the Todd County Board of Commissioners have considered the salaries of elected officials in other comparable counties; and

WHEREAS, the County Sheriff is not on the County Comp worth Springsted pay scale; and

NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Todd County Board of Commissioners approve setting the County Sheriff salary with an increase of 6.44 percent (%) at 94,180.00 for 2020.

Auditor-Treasurer’s Report

The County Auditor-Treasurer had no new events to report.

Commissioner’s Report

The Commissioners reported on meetings attended.

Interim Coordinator’s Report

The Interim County Coordinator reported on meetings attended.

Recess

Chairperson Kneisl recessed the meeting until December 17, 2019.

 

AUDITOR WARRANTS

Vendor Name $ Amount

COMPATICO $2,068.95 

GOVERNMENT 

   MANAGE. GROUP 5,000.00 

LONG PRAIRIE OIL 

   COMPANY 4,877.83 

MIKE MOTORS ON 

   MINNESOTA 23,249.71 

MOTOROLA 9,599.52 

PETERS LAW OFF., P.A. 8,384.00 

STREAMWORKS 5,500.00 

TODD CO AG. 

   SOC. 6,682.67 

WIDSETH SMITH 

   NOLTING INC 4,751.00 

23 PAYMENTS LESS 

   THAN $2,000 11,570.90 

AMERICAN HERITAGE 

   BANK 5,339.00 

COUNTIES PROVIDING 

   TECHNOLOGY 4,946.00 

COUNTRYSIDE REST 4,015.20 

FLEET SERVICES/

   WEX BANK 5,853.90 

LONG PRAIRIE OIL CO 2,892.13 

LONG PRAIRIE SANI. INC 3,384.00 

MORRISON COUNTY 69,036.75 

NORTHERN STAR COOP 3,496.79 

Prairie Lakes Muni. 

   Solid Waste Auth 78,672.00 

WATERGUARDS, LLC 7,084.98 

WONDERLICH/SCOTT A 5,515.00 

25 PAYMENTS LESS 

   THAN $2,000 9,683.84 

AMERICAN HERITAGE 

   BANK 76,574.17 

CENTRACARE HEALTH 

   LONG PRAIRIE 3,072.00 

EBSO INC 222,703.29 

GALLAGHER BENEFIT 

   SERVICES INC 2,000.00 

HEALTH PARTNERS 

   DENTAL 9,436.86 

KNOW iNK 83,817.50 

LONG PRAIRIE OIL CO 2,199.30 

MINNESOTA POWER 

   & LIGHT 13,785.13 

MN DEPT OF FINANCE 7,497.00 

NORTHERN NATURAL 

   GAS CO 5,036.29 

STAPLES ADVANTAGE 3,720.18 

STEP 9,501.65 

TODD CO AUD-TREAS 11,642.18 

TODD SOIL & WATER 

   CONS DIST 100,471.00 

32 PAYMENTS LESS 

   THAN $2,000 10,244.87 

AMERICAN HERITAGE 10,119.85 

CENTRAL SPECIALTIES 

   INC 37,500.00 

LONG PRAIRIE OIL CO 9,763.17 

MASWCD 2,608.00 

METRO SALES INC 2,572.01 

MINN. CHEMICAL CO 25,470.00 

REDSTONE CONST 296,067.12 

TENVOORDE FORD 133,794.24 

VERIZON 3,514.99 

WIDSETH SMITH 

   NOLTING INC 2,404.50 

26 PAYMENTS LESS 

   THAN $2,000 9,256.67 

1 PAYMENT LESS 

   THAN $2,000 808.80 

AMERICAN HERITAGE 

   BANK 52,378.13 

CITY OF BERTHA 11,745.11 

CITY OF BROWERVILLE 8,847.55 

CITY OF CLARISSA 5,879.56 

CITY OF EAGLE BEND 15,120.20 

CITY OF GREY EAGLE 10,537.25 

CITY OF HEWITT 4,757.49 

CITY OF LONG PRAIRIE 39,884.12 

CITY OF OSAKIS 10,750.41 

CITY OF STAPLES 63,355.22 

REGION V DEVELOPMT 

   COMMISSION 3,275.03 

SAUK RIVER WATER 

   SHED DISTRICT 11,671.48 

SCHOOL DISTRICT 213 86,713.29 

SCHOOL DISTRICT 2170 67,986.14 

SCHOOL DISTRICT 2753 195,514.65 

SCHOOL DISTRICT 486 37,888.22 

SCHOOL DISTRICT 740 6,730.54 

SCHOOL DISTRICT 743 78,757.60 

SCHOOL DISTRICT 786 85,334.54 

SCHOOL DISTRICT 786-

   DEBT DIST 86 13,005.47 

SCHOOL DISTRICT 787 121,576.86 

SCHOOL DISTRICT 787- 

   DEBT DIST 87 16,147.44 

SCHOOL DISTRICT 818 6,762.78 

TOWN OF BARTLETT 10,420.62 

TOWN OF BERTHA 21,656.26 

TOWN OF BIRCHDALE 17,994.90 

TOWN OF BRUCE 13,251.93 

TOWN OF BURLEENE 14,547.78 

TOWN OF 

   BURNHAMVILLE 17,133.62 

TOWN OF 

   EAGLE VALLEY 19,159.11 

TOWN OF FAWN LAKE 9,938.24 

TOWN OF GERMANIA 11,854.99 

TOWN OF GORDON 36,032.14 

TOWN OF GREY EAGLE 21,900.98 

TOWN OF HARTFORD 27,043.87 

TOWN OF IONA 16,468.92 

TOWN OF KANDOTA 12,903.56 

TOWN OF LESLIE 21,857.93 

TOWN OF LITTLE ELK 10,754.49 

TOWN OF LITTLE SAUK 19,235.50 

TOWN OF 

   LONG PRAIRIE 17,482.80 

TOWN OF MORAN 13,923.37 

TOWN OF REYNOLDS 17,455.50 

TOWN OF 

   ROUND PRAIRIE 35,028.89 

TOWN OF STAPLES 17,187.86 

TOWN OF 

   STOWE PRAIRIE 21,373.62 

TOWN OF 

   TURTLE CREEK 9,351.51 

TOWN OF VILLARD 13,168.28 

TOWN OF WARD 24,218.98 

TOWN OF WEST UNION 17,319.62 

TOWN OF WYKEHAM 25,562.10 

10 PAYMENTS LESS 

   THAN $2,000 5,393.13 

Total $2,851,424.52 

 

COMMISIONERS WARRANTS

Vendor Name $ Amount

APPLIED CONCEPTS INC 5,932.00 

BIG STONE THERAPIES, 

   INC. 4,650.57 

COMPASS MINERALS 

   AMERICA 18,707.16 

DELL MARKETING L.P. 4,951.17 

EMERGENCY AUTO. 

   TECH 10,889.98 

MENCH/JAMES 8,975.00 

MORRISON CO 

   PUBLIC HEALTH SERV 2,263.10 

NOW MICRO INC 4,892.86 

SHI CORP 2,680.00 

TRIMIN SYSTEMS INC 13,847.00 

ZUERCHER 

   TECHNOLOGIES LLC 24,343.19 

80 PAYMENTS LESS 

   THAN $2,000 24,274.43 

Total $126,406.46 

 

HEALTH & HUMAN 

SERVICES WARRANTS

Vendor Name $ Amount

DHS - SWIFT $29,498.30 

PERISH/ALAN 2,557.65 

53 PAYMENTS LESS 

   THAN $2,000 9,715.24 

Total $41,771.19 

 

Vendor Name $ Amount

DHS - MSOP - MN SEX 

   OFFENDER PROG $6,091.50 

DHS - ST PETER 

   RTC - 472 9,982.00 

LUTHERAL SOCIAL 

   SERV. OF MN-ST PAUL 2,780.01 

MID MINNESOTA DRUG 

   TESTING INC 2,288.00 

WEST CENTRAL 

   REGIONAL JUV CTR 5,431.00 

PAYMENTS LESS 

   THAN $2,000 9,014.44 

Total $35,586.95 

 

On a motion by Becker and seconded by Neumann, the preceding minutes of the County Board meeting held December 4, 2019 were duly approved by unanimous vote at the Todd County Board of Commissioners at the Regular Board Meeting held on December 17, 2019.

 

Witness my hand and seal:

 

Gary Kneisl, 

County Board Chairperson

 

Denise Gaida, Todd County

Auditor-Treasurer

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Minutes of the Special Meeting of the Todd County Board of Commissioners Dec. 5, 2019

 

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 5th day of December, 2019 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 Erickson and seconded by Neumann, the following motion was introduced and adopted by unanimous vote: To approve the agenda as presented.

County Commissioners

On motion by Becker and seconded by Neumann, the following motion was introduced and adopted by unanimous vote: To proceed with County Coordinator final interviews and reserve the right to hold another interview with select candidates if deemed necessary upon the conclusion of this interview schedule.

Interviews were held with the County Candidates in the following order: Chris Pelzer, Misty Lemke, Jennifer Strei, Darcy Long, Karla Weishalla, John Pomaski

Interviews concluded at 3:33 p.m.

Commissioners held discussion regarding the candidates. Human Resources Manager Ogren provided the Commissioners with the final score tally for consideration.  The Commissioners voiced their opinions of how they wanted to move forward with candidate selection.

On motion by Kircher and seconded by Erickson, the following motion was introduced and adopted by unanimous Roll Call vote: To approve to hire Chris Pelzer as our County Coordinator.

Adjourn

On motion by Erickson and seconded by Kircher, the meeting was adjourned.

On a motion by Becker and seconded by Neumann, the preceding minutes of the County Board meeting held December 5, 2019 were duly approved by unanimous vote at the Todd County Board of Commissioners at the Regular Board Meeting held on December 17, 2019.

 

Witness my hand and seal:

 

Gary Kneisl, 

County Board Chairperson

 

Denise Gaida, Todd County Auditor-Treasurer

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