Public Notices July 27, 2017

Todd County Commissioners minutes

Minutes 

Todd County Board of Commissioners 

June 20, 2017

 

Public Comment

Pat Lunemann addressed the Board of Commissioners with concerns in the proposed ISD 2759 (Eagle Valley Public Schools) land division.

Eric Koep, Superintendent of ISD 786 (Bertha Hewitt) and Scott Vedbraaten, Superintendent of ISD 787 (Browerville) addressed potential concerns on territory attachment proposal changes due to the impending dissolution of ISD 2759 (Eagle Valley Public Schools).

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 20th day of June, 2017 at 9:00 a.m. The meeting was called to order by Chairperson Erickson. 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.

Consent Agenda

On motion by Becker and seconded by Kircher, the following motions and resolutions were introduced and adopted by unanimous vote:

To approve the Commissioner’s Meeting Minutes for June 6, 2017 as presented.

To approve a two-day On Sale 3.2 Malt Liquor License for Lefty’s Bar on June 24 and 25, 2017 at the softball/baseball fields located in Staples Township.

GAMBLING PERMIT – MIDWEST OUTDOORS UNLIMITED

WHEREAS, the Todd County Board of Commissioners are establishing their approval for a Gambling Permit for Midwest Outdoors Unlimited through this resolution;

NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Todd County Board of Commissioners approve a Gambling Permit for Midwest Outdoors Unlimited to hold a raffle at Thunder Lodge in Long Prairie Township at the address 22056 US 71, Long Prairie, MN on August 13, 2017.

To approve the 2017 tobacco license application for Shady’s Golden Eagle Inc.

Auditor-Treasurer

On motion by Neumann and seconded by Becker, the following motion was introduced and adopted by unanimous vote: To approve the Commissioner Warrants number 46270 through 46387 in the amount of $154,262.55.

On motion by Kircher and seconded by Neumann, the following motion was introduced and adopted by unanimous vote: To approve the Health & Human Services Warrants number 512650 through 512737 in the amount of $135,936.58.

ISD 2759 – Eagle Valley Public Schools Dissolution

Motion was made by Kneisl and seconded by Neumann to adopt the Resolution and Order for the ISD 2759 Dissolution with the change of a north/south division line for the territory attachment, after further discussion the motion and second were rescinded.

On motion by Kneisl and seconded by Kircher, the following resolution was introduced which included attachment of territory under map Option 3 and failed by roll call vote: Kneisl-yes, Kircher-yes, Neumann-no, Becker-no, Erickson-no

RESOLUTION AND 

ORDER DISSOLVING 

INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 2759 (EAGLE VALLEY PUBLIC SCHOOLS) 

AND ATTACHING ITS TERRITORY

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

RESOLUTION AND ORDER DISSOLVING 

INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 2759 (EAGLE VALLEY 

PUBLIC SCHOOLS) 

AND ATTACHING 

ITS TERRITORY

WHEREAS, the Todd County Board of Commissioners (the “County Board”) received from Independent School District No. 2759 (Eagle Valley Public Schools) (“EVPS”), its April 10, 2017 Resolution Giving Notice of the Involuntary Dissolution of Independent School District No. 2759 (Eagle Valley Public Schools) and Proposing Recommendation for Attachment (“Resolution Giving Notice of Involuntary Dissolution”); and

WHEREAS, the County Board acknowledged receipt of the EVPS Resolution Giving Notice of Involuntary Dissolution at its April 18, 2017 regular meeting; and 

WHEREAS, on May 2, 2017 the County Board adopted a Resolution Calling for the Dissolution Hearing of ISD 2759 Eagle Valley Public Schools which provided for a public hearing on that issue to be held on May 23, 2017 at 7:00 p.m.; and

WHEREAS, a notice of public hearing regarding the dissolution of Independent School District No. 2759 (Eagle Valley Public Schools) and the attachment of its territory to one or more adjoining school district(s), was mailed to all adjoining school district clerks, EVPS and the Commissioner of Education; was posted in EVPS for ten (10) days; and was given one week’s published notice in the legal newspaper of the County Board; and 

WHEREAS, the reasons necessitating the dissolution of EVPS as of July 1, 2017 were set forth in the Notice; and

WHEREAS, all adjoining school districts provided the information and resolutions required by Minnesota Statutes, Section 122A.46, subdivision 8, to the County Board prior to the public hearing; and

WHEREAS, a public hearing on said dissolution and attachment was conducted in accordance with Minnesota Statutes, Sections 123A.60 and 123A.46, subdivision 6 pursuant to said Notice by the County Board beginning at 7:00 p.m. on May 23, 2017 in the Commissioner’s Board Room of the Historic Courthouse located at 215 1st Avenue S, Long Prairie, Minnesota; and 

WHEREAS, testimony and materials were received during the course of the hearing by anyone in favor of or opposed to said dissolution and attachment and the hearing was not deemed closed until everyone who desired to testify had had an opportunity to do so.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that, after considering the testimony and materials presented at said hearing held pursuant to Minnesota Statutes, Section 123A.46, subdivision 6, and in accordance with Minnesota Statutes Section 123A.60, the Todd County Board of Commissioners makes the following findings of fact and order:

FINDINGS OF FACT

1. Independent School District No. 789 (Clarissa) was established in 1940.

2. Independent School District No. 789 (Clarissa) consolidated with Independent School District No. 790 (Eagle Bend) in 1995, forming Independent School District No. 2759 (Eagle Valley Public Schools) (“EVPS”).

3. The territory of EVPS is wholly located within Todd County, Minnesota.

4. EVPS originally operated a PK-12 education program with the PK-6 elementary program located at 106 Frank Street South, Clarissa, Minnesota and the 7-12 secondary school program located at 405 Main Street West, Eagle Bend, Minnesota.

5. It became necessary to remove the 7-12 secondary school program from the Eagle Bend building due to the condition of that building and the secondary students were moved into the elementary school building in Clarissa beginning with the 2014-15 school year.

6. EVPS experienced a decline in high school enrollment during the 2014-15 school year primarily due to its inability to offer vocational and industrial arts classes to its high school students.

7. EVPS has operated in deficit spending since the 2011-12 school year.

8. Following its annual audit in the fall of 2015, EVPS discovered that over-estimated average daily membership (ADM) counts were submitted by former employees of EVPS to the Minnesota Department of Education (MDE) for school years 2013-14 and 2014-15.

9. Upon learning of the over-estimated reporting, current EVPS employees immediately reported the corrected numbers to MDE.

10. EVPS was informed by its accounting Region that EVPS would incur negative adjustments to its funds in 2015-16 by MDE as a result of the incorrect reporting.

11. EVPS entered into a Secondary Tuition Agreement with Independent School District No. 787 (Browerville) (“Browerville”) for the 2016-17 school year to educate all EVPS secondary students in grades 7-12.

12. EVPS only provided direct educational services to grades PK-6 beginning with the 2016-17 school year.

13. The Commissioner of Education certified to EVPS on July 28, 2016 that school district aids to be received by EVPS during the period of June 30, 2016 to June 30, 2017 would not be less than $2,288,341.00.

14. The Commissioner of Education authorized EVPS to approve the issuance of its General Obligation Aid Anticipation Certificates of Indebtedness in an aggregate amount, not to exceed $1,716,256.00 for the 2016-17 school year.

15 Based upon the Commissioner of Education’s authorization, EVPS approved the issuance of its General Obligation Aid Anticipation Certificates of Indebtedness, Series 2016A through the Minnesota Tax and Aid Anticipation Borrowing Program in September 2016 in the principal amount of $373,796.00.

16. EVPS is required to repay the principal and interest on those Aid Anticipation Certificates of Indebtedness on September 15, 2017.

17.  Because of the prior misreporting of ADM, MDE started withholding aid payments from EVPS, which will result in a reduction of approximately $1,251,746 in state aid for fiscal year 2017, an action which has significantly contributed to EVPS’s negative financial condition.

18. EVPS has also experienced declining student enrollment for five (5) consecutive years and enrollment projections indicate continued future decline.

19. On approximately December 16, 2016, EVPS’s operating debt was more than 2-1/2 percent (%) of the most recent fiscal year’s expenditure amount for the funds considered as operating debt and EVPS was in statutory operating debt pursuant to Minnesota Statutes Section 123B.81.

20. In accordance with Minnesota Statutes, Section 123B.83, EVPS prepared a Special Operating Plan to reduce the district’s deficit expenditures but, after review with MDE staff, it was determined that EVPS would not be able to enter into a tuition agreement with any surrounding district and thus the plan could not be approved by MDE.

21 EVPS will not have sufficient funds to repay the $381,271.92 in principal and interest on its General Obligation Aid Anticipation Certificates of Indebtedness, Series 2016A, which is due on September 15, 2017.

22. If it has insufficient funds to make the payment and wishes to avoid a default, EVPS would have no option other than to trigger the Minnesota State Credit Enhancement Program to make the payment for its General Obligation Aid Anticipation Certificates of Indebtedness, and to levy to repay the State for same.

23. Browerville informed EVPS that it would not renew the Secondary Tuition Agreement with EVPS for the 2017-18 school year.

24. On March 21, 2017, the surrounding school districts of Independent School District No. 786 (Bertha-Hewitt), Independent School District No. 787 (Browerville), Independent School District No. 2753 (Long Prairie Grey Eagle) and Independent School District No. 2170 (Staples Motley) informed EVPS by letter that it would not enter into a Secondary Tuition Agreement with EVPS for the 2017-18 school year.

25. Without a secondary tuition agreement, appropriate secondary educational space, and sufficient revenues, EVPS will not be able maintain a secondary school program in the school district as required by Minnesota Statutes, Section 123A.64 in the 2017-2018 school year and thereafter.

26. As a result, EVPS will not maintain a classified secondary school in the School District as of June 30, 2017.

27. Minnesota Statutes, Section 123A.60, subdivision 1 provides that “any organized district not maintaining a classified school within the district, . . . shall hereby be dissolved as of the date the district ceases to maintain a classified school.”

28. Minnesota Statutes, Section 123A.60, subdivision 1 also provides that “[a]ny such district not maintaining a classified school must be attached by order of the county board to such district maintaining classified elementary or secondary schools upon notice and hearing as provided in section 123A.46 for the attachment of dissolved districts.”

29. Minnesota Statutes, Section 123A.60, subdivision 3 provides that “[t]he order must also attach the dissolved district to a proper district as determined by the county board, and a copy of such order must be filed with the commissioner.”

30. Minnesota Statutes, Section 123A.60, subdivision 3 also provides that “[t]itle to all the property, real and personal, of the district dissolved passes to the district to which such dissolved district is attached” and “[i]f a district is divided by virtue of the proceedings the county board shall issue its order providing for the division of the current assets and liabilities according to such terms as it may deem just and equitable.”

31. Minnesota Statutes, Section 123A.60, subdivision 3 further provides that “[i]f the order of the county board attaches any land area to a district with bonded debt, the taxable property in such area assumes its proportionate share of the authorized and outstanding debt of the district to which it is attached.”

32. Minnesota Statutes, Section 122A.46, subdivision 9 provides that “[w]ithin 90 days of the date set for the original hearing . . . the county board may issue its order: . . . (2) providing for the dissolution of the district and the annexation of the territory to adjoining districts, or the entire district as a unit may be attached to and become part of a district which maintains a secondary school located within the same high school area if there is no intervening district maintaining a secondary school.”

ORDER

1. Independent School District No. 2759 (Eagle Valley Public Schools), State of Minnesota (“EVPS”) is hereby involuntarily dissolved effective July 1, 2017 pursuant to Minnesota Statutes Section 123A.60, subd. 1.

2. The territory of EVPS will be attached as follows:

   a. All territory of the current EVPS situated in Wykeham Township, Bertha Township and Germania Township and Sections 1-18 of Eagle Valley Township; and in the City of Eagle Bend is hereby attached to Independent School District No. 786 (Bertha-Hewitt) (“Bertha-Hewitt”).

   b. All territory of the current EVPS situated in Burleene Township, Iona Township, Ward Township, Leslie Township and Sections 19-36 of Eagle Valley Township; and in the City of Clarissa is hereby attached to Independent School District No. 787 (Browerville) (“Browerville”). 

3. EVPS Outstanding Bonded Debt. EVPS presently has outstanding bonded debt for its General Obligation School Building Refunding Bonds, Series 1998. Pursuant to debt service levies certified in 2016, payable 2017, EVPS has levied for the remaining principal and interest payments due on said bonds on August 1, 2017 and February 1, 2018, respectively, totaling $36,715.00. On or before June 30, 2017, EVPS shall transfer the first half debt service levy proceeds received in 2017 to Browerville. The Todd County Auditor shall transfer the second half EVPS debt service levy proceeds received in 2017 to Browerville to be used for the identified bond principal and interest payments on behalf of the former EVPS. On July 1, 2017, Browerville is responsible for the administrative duty of making the stated principal and interest payments due on said bonds on August 1, 2017 and February 1, 2018, respectively with the funds received from EVPS and the Todd County Auditor. 

4. Outstanding Bonded Debt of Bertha-Hewitt and Browerville. In accordance with Minnesota Statutes, Section 123A.60, subdivision 3, the taxable property of EVPS attached to Bertha-Hewitt shall assume its proportional share of the authorized and outstanding debt of Bertha-Hewitt; and the taxable property of EVPS attached to Browerville shall assume its proportional share of the authorized and outstanding debt of Browerville.

5. EVPS Capital and Energy Loans. Browerville has no outstanding capital or energy loans. Bertha-Hewitt has no outstanding capital or energy loans. Thus, no apportionment of debt for such loans by the County Board is required.

6. Effective Date of Order. The effective date of this Order is July 1, 2017.

7. Other Information.

   a. Legislative bonding authority for reorganization operating debt. The County Board recognizes that Laws 2017, First Special Session, chapter 5, article 1, section 18 provides authority for Bertha-Hewitt and/or Browerville to issue general obligation bonds without an election under Minnesota Statutes Chapter 475 for the reorganization operating debt of the former EVPS. EVPS must estimate its reorganization operating debt as of June 30, 2017 according to Minnesota Statutes, section 123B.82, and submit that amount to the Commissioner of Education for approval. The bonded debt is payable by the taxable property located within the boundaries of the former EVPS and must be repaid within six years of issuance. The County Board recommends and encourages the Commissioner of Education to apportion the reorganization operating debt to Browerville and encourages Browerville to accept all of the Commissioner apportioned reorganization operating debt and issue the bonds therefore in order to save on costs of issuance.

   b. Reorganization operating debt levy. The County Board recognizes that, to the extent that it is necessary to levy for reorganization operating debt of the former EVPS that was not approved for bonding authority, Bertha-Hewitt and/or Browerville may levy under Minnesota Statutes, Section 123A.73, subdivision 9, upon the approval of the Commissioner of Education. See Laws 2017, First Special Session, chapter 5, article 1, section 18, subdivision 6.

   c. EVPS Property.

i. The previous Eagle Bend High School is located in the former EVPS territory that is attached to Bertha-Hewitt. Pursuant to Laws 2017, First Special Session, chapter 8, article 1, section 20, subdivision 8, Bertha-Hewitt may obtain a grant from the State in the amount of $1,500,000 to prepare and develop the previous Eagle Bend High School building site, including demolition of buildings and infrastructure, to remove safety hazards and to facilitate the redevelopment and reuse of the site. The State appropriation does not require a nonstate contribution.

ii. The previous Eagle Bend High School baseball field is located within the EVPS territory that is attached to Bertha-Hewitt.

iii. The Eagle Valley Elementary School is located within the EVPS territory that is attached to Browerville.

iv. The Clarissa Baseball Field is located within the EVPS territory that is attached to Browerville.

v. The County Board encourages and strongly recommends that Bertha-Hewitt and Browerville transfer title to said properties to the local communities at a nominal price so that they may be used by the respective communities for public purposes.

vi. Any other real property owned by EVPS shall be transferred as a matter of law to the school district to which that real property is attached.

d. EVPS Teachers. The County Board acknowledges that Bertha-Hewitt, Browerville, EVPS and their respective local teacher associations reached a Memorandum of Understanding regarding the staffing and employment rights of the five (5) EVPS continuing contract teachers. (Exhibit A).

e. EVPS Assets and Liabilities.

i. It is the intent of the County Board that EVPS liabilities be addressed through the reorganization operating debt bonding and/or levy processes.

ii. The County Board charged Bertha-Hewitt and Browerville to review the EVPS assets and to reach agreement on movable assets. That agreement is hereby approved and attached hereto as Exhibit B, and is incorporated by reference as though fully set forth herein. 

iii. Any assets which remain or upon which an agreement could not be reached between Bertha-Hewitt and Browerville shall pass to the school district to which the attached territory where the asset is located is attached.

iv. In the event that conveyance of title to an EVPS asset to Browerville or Bertha-Hewitt is not completed prior to July 1, 2017, this Order shall be sufficient authority to convey and transfer title.

f. Trustee. Browerville is hereby designated as the Trustee of EVPS which will no longer exist after June 30, 2017. As trustee, Browerville will have the responsibility for the payment of final obligations, completion of audit and other reports, and will be the custodian of records of the former EVPS school district. 

g. Delivery of Order. The County Auditor shall immediately serve a copy of this order by mail upon the Clerks of EVPS, Browerville and Bertha-Hewitt and upon the Commissioner of Education.

h. Recording of Order. The County Auditor is hereby authorized and directed to record this Resolution and Order in the Office of the Todd County Recorder.

Safety Committee

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

2017 UPDATED

AWAIR MANUAL

WHEREAS, the Todd County, “A Work Accident and Injury Reduction” (AWAIR) manual has been update;

WHEREAS, the information conforms to the State of Minnesota AWAIR Act.

NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that all Todd County Departments and affiliates should follow the safety practices as spell out in the AWAIR manual, and;

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that this updated Todd County AWAIR manual be adopted.

Sheriff’s Office

On motion by Neumann and seconded by Becker, the following motion was introduced and adopted by unanimous vote: To approve to post in-house for two Sergeants within the Todd County Sheriff’s Office.This position is a Grade 11.

On motion by Kircher and seconded by Kneisl, the following motion was introduced and adopted by unanimous vote: To hire Tyler Christianson as a Temporary Seasonal Recreational Assistant. The wage for this position is $11 an hour effective June 25, 2017.

On motion by Neumann and seconded by Kneisl, the following motion was introduced and adopted by unanimous vote: To hire Guadalupe Botello-Becerra as a Temporary Seasonal Recreational Assistant. The wage for this position is $11 an hour effective June 25, 2017.

On motion by Becker and seconded by Kircher, the following motion was introduced and adopted by unanimous vote: To hire Andrew Mattson as a full-time Jailor/Dispatcher effective June 25, 2017 at a Grade 6, Step B.

On motion by Becker and seconded by Neumann, the following motion was introduced and adopted by unanimous vote: To accept the resignation of James Uhlman as a Part-time Court Security Officer effective June 16, 2017.

Planning and Zoning

On motion by Kircher and seconded by Kneisl, the following motion was introduced and adopted by unanimous vote: To approve request for granting CUP for establishment of bar and restaurant on parcel 11-0087700 with two conditions recommended by the Planning Commission: 1. Approve SSTS design for site to be approved within one year 2. Install septic system on parcel 11-0087700 within three years.

On motion by Kircher and seconded by Kneisl, the following motion was introduced and adopted by unanimous vote: To approve request for granting CUP for establishment of a truck maintenance shop on parcel 06-0001002 for owners trucking without condition.

On motion by Becker and seconded by Kneisl, the following motion was introduced and adopted by unanimous vote: To approve request by Jerry Kobliska to rezone 40 acre parcel 22-0014000 from R-2 to Commercial zoning.

On motion by Becker and seconded by Neumann, the following motion was introduced and adopted by unanimous vote: To approve request by Jerry Kobliska to establish a feedlot on parcel 22-0014000 not exceeding 49 animal units.

On motion by Kircher and seconded by Becker, the following motion was introduced and adopted by unanimous vote: To approve request by Verizon Wireless to establish a 199 foot telecommunications tower on parcel 06-0010600 as requested with no conditions.

On motion by Kneisl and seconded by Neumann, the following motion was introduced and adopted by unanimous vote: To approve the request to put out a bid for a used SUV with local vendors.

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

RESOLUTION 

REGARDING THE ELECTION OF 

JURISDICTION FOR

THE MINNESOTA 

BUFFER LAW

WHEREAS, provisions in Minnesota Statute 103F.48 (Buffer Law) allow a county or watershed district to affirm jurisdiction to carry out the compliance provisions regarding riparian vegetated buffers and alternative water quality practices for those waterbodies identified on the Department of Natural Resources’ Buffer Protection Map; and

WHEREAS, a county with jurisdiction over a noncompliant site shall enforce corrective actions through a coordinated approach under the authority granted in Minnesota Statute 103B.101, subd. 12a, the Buffer Law or other authority granted by statute; and

WHEREAS, Todd County agrees to carry out corrective actions on a parcel basis to ensure compliance with the buffer requirements, which may include an Administrative Penalty Order (APO) plan under the authority provided in Minnesota Statutes 103B.101, subd. 12a and 103F.48; and 

WHEREAS, Todd County is electing jurisdiction on all public drainage ditches for which it is the drainage authority and public waters, located within its boundaries, identified on the Department of Natural Resources’ Buffer Protection Map; and

WHEREAS, the Buffer Law requires that each Local Government Unit provide notice affirming jurisdiction and identify the mechanism to be used to carry out the compliance provisions of the buffer law, Todd County will use ordinance enforcement; and

THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that Todd County hereby accepts the authority and administrative responsibility to implement the Buffer Law as the Local Government Unit within the legal boundaries of Todd County for the water features identified above as of November 1, 2017 in accordance with Minnesota Statute 103F.48.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the point of contact of ongoing Buffer Program implementation for Todd County is the Division Director of Planning and Zoning.

GIS Department

On motion by Neumann and seconded by Kneisl, the following motion was introduced and adopted by unanimous vote: To approve the hiring of Kathryn Macey as full time GIS Technician, Grade 7 Step B, $18.77 per hour, with a start date of June 21, 2017.

Health & Human Services

On motion by Kircher and seconded by Neumann, the following motion was introduced and adopted by unanimous vote: To approve Steven McCoy to fill the open eligibility worker position.

Auditor-Treasurer’s Report

The Auditor-Treasurer had nothing to report at this time.

Commissioner’s Report

The Commissioners reported on the meetings that they had attended. 

Coordinator’s Report

The Coordinator reported on the meetings attended and projects in-progress including negotiation preparations, insurance committee meetings, and work on grant funding for the rock wall project.

Adjourn

On motion by Kneisl and seconded by Neumann, the meeting was adjourned for the month of June, 2017.

 

COMMISSIONERS WARRANTS

Vendor Name $ Amount

CENTRAL LAKES 

   RESTAURANT SUP. $88,848.00 

CORBIN PICKAR 

   EXC INC 8,800.00 

HEARTLAND TIRE INC. 2,421.04 

INFORMATION SYSTEM 

   CORP 2,529.00 

STAPLES WORLD 2,949.63 

TODD CO MIS DEPT 7,223.55 

TRUENORTH STEEL 3,408.00 

111 PAYMENTS LESS 

   THAN $2,000 38,083.33 

Total $154,262.55 

 

HEALTH & HUMAN 

SERVICES WARRANTS

Vendor Name $ Amount

COMMUNITY AND 

   FAM. SRVS LLC $2,933.31 

#4453 2,790.00 

GERARD TREAT. PROG. 3,877.48 

GREATER MN FAMILY 

   SRVS INC 5,980.52 

HOLISTIC FAMILY 

   EDUCATION SRVS 6,229.38 

#1911 4,188.39 

#12512 2,374.91 

KINDRED FAM. FOCUS 2,356.28 

LUNSER/ROBERT 2,225.51 

LUTHERAN SOCIAL 

  SERV. OF MN-ST PAUL 5,428.04 

#10746 3,720.45 

MID MN DRUG TESTING 

   INC 2,655.00 

NEXUS INC-MILLE 

   LACS ACADEMY 5,697.49 

NORTHERN PINES 

   MENTAL HLTH CTR 5,030.50 

NORTHWOOD CHILD. 

   SRVS 10,268.44 

STEP 7,689.82 

VILLAGE RANCH INC 18,353.24 

#14480 2,140.55 

PAYMENTS LESS 

   THAN $2,000 41,997.27 

TOTAL $135,936.58 

 

On a motion by Neumann and seconded by Kneisl, the preceding minutes of the County Board meeting held June 20, 2017 were duly approved by unanimous vote at the Todd County Board of Commissioners at the Regular Board Meeting held on July 5, 2017.

 

Witness my hand and seal:

 

Rodney Erickson, 

Todd County Board 

Chairperson

 

Denise Gaida, Todd County

Auditor-Treasurer

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