Todd County Commissioners Minutes

Oct. 17 and Nov. 7

Minutes 

Todd County Board of Commissioners 

OCTOBER 17, 2017

 

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 17th day of October, 2017 at 9:00 a.m. The meeting was called to order by Vice-Chairperson Neumann. The meeting was opened with the Pledge of Allegiance. Commissioners Becker and Erickson absent. A moment of silence was observed to express condolences to the Blake Dixon family.

Approval of Agenda

On motion by Kneisl and seconded by Kircher, the following motion was introduced and adopted by unanimous vote. To approve the agenda as presented with the removal of 8.3 Hire Guadalupe Botello-Becerra as a Part-Time Jailor/Dispatcher and 10.7 Appoint Eligibility Worker (2).

Consent Agenda

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

To approve the Commissioner Meeting Minutes for October 3, 2017 as presented.

GAMBLING PERMIT – SWANVILLE DOLLARS FOR SCHOLARS

WHEREAS, the Todd County Board of Commissioners are establishing their approval for a Gambling Permit for the Swanville Dollars for Scholars through this resolution;

NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Todd County Board of Commissioners approve a Gambling Permit for the Swanville Dollars for Scholars to hold gambling activities at Shady’s Golden Eagle in Grey Eagle Township at the address 13218 County 103, Burtrum, MN effective November 1, 2017 until revoked or otherwise cancelled as provided by law.

Auditor-Treasurer

On motion by Kneisl and seconded by Kircher, the following motion was introduced and adopted by unanimous vote: To approve the Commissioner Warrants number 47191 through 47325 in the amount of $129,964.33.

On motion by Kircher and seconded by Kneisl, the following motion was introduced and adopted by unanimous vote: To approve the Health & Human Services Warrants number 513090 through 513170 in the amount of $120,138.27.

On motion by Kneisl and seconded by Kircher, the following motion was introduced and adopted by unanimous vote: To set the County Fee Schedule Pubic Hearing for November 7, 2017 to begin at 9:30 a.m. in the County Commissioners Board Room and instruct all appropriate legal notices be generated and published accordingly.

On motion by Kircher and seconded by Kneisl, the following motion was introduced and adopted by unanimous vote: To approve the renewal of the annual contribution by allocating $7,500 to the Initiative Foundation for the 2018 budget year.

On motion by Kneisl and seconded by Neumann, the following motion was introduced and adopted by unanimous vote: To acknowledge the recruitment of a Chief Deputy Auditor-Treasurer within the County Auditor-Treasurer’s Office.

Public Works

On motion by Kircher and seconded by Kneisl, the following motion was introduced and adopted by unanimous vote: To approve hiring Kolby Kruse as a Heavy Equipment Operator at Grade 7, Step A, $19.34 per hour.

Ditch Inspector

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

HOLD HARMLESS AGREEMENT – DITCH MAINTENANCE – COUNTY DITCH 12

WHEREAS, Jim Nathe is requesting to maintain approximately 415 feet of CD12 that is located on his parcel 27-0012800 and Timothy Stelling’s parcel 27-0013400. The maintenance will be done at his own expense. A Hold Harmless Agreement has been signed by Nathe and Stelling and has been submitted to the Ditch Authority, and;

WHEREAS, an onsite inspection has been done; a Wetland Application has been submitted to the TEP, and;

WHEREAS, applicant is allowed to maintain the drainage ditch to the original width, depth and grade. An improvement by lowering or widening the ditch bottom is not allowed. Sediment and vegetation can only be removed to the extent of the original ditch bottom elevation. Spoil must be side cast and leveled, staying within 16.5 feet of the ditch, or moved to an approved upland site.  

NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Todd County Ditch Authority gives permission to Jim Nathe to maintain approximately 415 feet of CD12 that is located on his and Stelling’s properties, at his own expense.

On motion by Kircher and seconded by Kneisl, the following motion was introduced and adopted by unanimous vote: The Todd County Ditch Authority approves minor maintenance on parcel 27-4000500 in West Union Twp Section 9 and accepts the Quote from MBC Drainage in the amount of $2,400 for the project which includes excavating 1,200 feet of ditch and side casting and leveling spoil.

Sheriff’s Office

On motion by Kneisl and seconded by Kircher, the following motion was introduced and adopted by unanimous vote: To approve to post in-house and advertise for a full-time Jailor/Dispatcher.

On motion by Kircher and seconded by Kneisl, the following motion was introduced and adopted by unanimous vote: To hire Haley Piotrowski as a part-time Jailor/Dispatcher effective October 15, 2017 at a Grade 6, Step A.

Planning & Zoning

On motion by Kneisl and seconded by Kircher, the following motion was introduced and adopted by unanimous vote: To adopt the Riparian Protection Ordinance Section 9.22 as submitted effective November 1, 2017.

Health & Human Services

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

On motion by Kneisl and seconded by Kircher, the following motion was introduced and adopted by unanimous vote: To accept the resignation of Danielle Huseby effective October 17, 2017.

On motion by Kircher and seconded by Kneisl, the following motion was introduced and adopted by unanimous vote: To approve the request for Health & Human Services to recruit and hire a Social Worker to fill the position left vacant by the resignation of Danielle Huseby.

On motion by Kneisl and seconded by Kircher, the following motion was introduced and adopted by unanimous vote: To accept the resignation of Lia Seidl effective October 25, 2017.

On motion by Kircher and seconded by Kneisl, the following motion was introduced and adopted by unanimous vote: To approve the request for Health & Human Services to recruit and hire a Social Worker to fill the position left vacant by the resignation of Lia Seidl.

On motion by Kneisl and seconded by Kircher, the following motion was introduced and adopted by unanimous vote: To accept the resignation of Jacque Ballou effective October 27, 2017.

Administration

On motion by Kircher and seconded by Kneisl, the following motion was introduced and adopted by unanimous vote: To approve the update to the Handbook Personnel Policy as presented.

Auditor-Treasurer’s Report

The Auditor-Treasurer reported on current activities including real estate tax season, AMC Conference attendance confirmations, and Trails for Transplant potential rental fee waiver.

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 current recruitment statuses, union negotiations and upcoming open enrollment schedule.

Adjourn

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

 

commissioner WARRANTS

Vendor Name $ Amount

ASSOC OF MN 

   COUNTIES $2,250.00 

BLUETARP FINAN. INC 2,769.98 

BRAUN INTERTEC 

   CORP. INC 5,870.00 

CENTRAL SPECIALTIES 

   INC 36,647.94 

CENTRAL TODD CTY. 

   CARE CENTER 2,530.80 

DIAMOND MOWERS 

   INC 4,041.97 

EMERGENCY AUTO. 

   TECH 3,308.95 

EPIPHANY COM. 

   SERVICES 4,250.00 

GOODIN COMPANY 2,456.04 

LONG PRAIRIE 

   LEADER 2,141.90 

NORTHERN STAR 

   CO-OP 3,137.87 

NOW MICRO INC 4,950.00 

REACHING SOFTWARE, 

   LLC 2,000.00 

RT VISION INC 2,482.51 

STAPLES WORLD 6,749.08 

WIDSETH SMITH 

   NOLTING INC 3,223.25 

119 PAYMENTS LESS 

   THAN $ 2,000 41,154.04 

Total $129,964.33 

 

HEALTH & HUMAN 

SERVICES WARRANTS

Vendor Name $ Amount

#14524 $2,826.90 

#15145 4,733.88 

GERARD TREATMENT

   PROGRAMS 3,441.90 

#2818 2,022.30 

HEARTLAND GIRLS 

   RANCH 2,685.24 

HOLISTIC FAMILY 

   EDUCATION SRVS 6,059.74 

#1911 2,722.43 

#12512 2,891.70 

#14655 2,801.40 

KINDRED FAMILY 

   FOCUS 2,465.96 

#10746 3,239.10 

MCMAHON//DEENA 2,681.25 

MID MINNESOTA 

   DRUG TESTING INC 4,615.00 

NORTH HOMES CHILD. 

   & FAMILY SERV 5,320.00 

NORTHERN PINES 

   MENTAL HLTH CTR 4,939.54 

PORT OF CROW 

   WING BOYS HOME 6,568.20 

REVERENCE FOR 

   LIFE AND CONCERN 4,170.00 

STEP 6,963.24 

VILLAGE RANCH INC 11,475.60 

PAYMENTS LESS 

   THAN $2,000 37,514.89 

Total $120,138.27 

 

On a motion by Kneisl and seconded by Becker, the preceding minutes of the County Board meeting held October 17, 2017 were duly approved by unanimous vote at the Todd County Board of Commissioners at the Regular Board Meeting held on November 21, 2017.

 

Witness my hand and seal:

 

Rodney Erickson, 

Todd County Board 

Chairperson

 

Denise Gaida, Todd County

Auditor-Treasurer

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Minutes 

Todd County Board of Commissioners 

NOVEMBER 7, 2017

 

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 November, 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 with the exception of Commissioner Neumann.

Approval of Agenda

On motion by Kircher and seconded by Kneisl, the following motion was introduced and adopted by unanimous vote. To approve the agenda as presented with the addition of 11.6-2018 Environmental Health Fee Schedule.

Auditor-Treasurer

On motion by Becker and seconded by Kircher, the following motion was introduced and adopted by unanimous vote: To approve the October 2017 Auditor Warrants number 230442 through 230711 in the amount of $6,864,119.38.

On motion by Kneisl and seconded by Becker, the following motion was introduced and adopted by unanimous vote: To approve the Commissioner Warrants number 47326 through 47475 in the amount of $136,463.38.

On motion by Kircher and seconded by Becker, the following motion was introduced and adopted by unanimous vote: To approve the Health & Human Services Warrants number 701441 through 701623 in the amount of $85,412.76 and Warrants number 513171 through 513197 in the amount of $42,054.75.

On motion by Becker and seconded by Kneisl, the following motion was introduced and adopted by unanimous vote: To reschedule the December 5th, 2017 Todd County Commissioners Board Meeting to the date of December 6, 2017.

On motion by Kneisl and seconded by Becker, the following resolution was introduced and adopted by majority vote with Kircher voting against:

Resolution 

Requesting 

Approval from the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources for the Sale of Tax Forfeited Lands

WHEREAS, the County Board of Commissioners of the County of Todd, State of Minnesota, desires to offer for sale certain parcels of land that have forfeited to the State of Minnesota for nonpayment of taxes, and

WHEREAS, said parcels of land have been viewed by the County Board of Commissioners and have been classified as non-conservation lands as provided for in Minnesota Statutes 282.01

NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Todd County Board of Commissioners hereby certifies that all parcels of land on the attached list have been viewed and comply with the provisions of Minnesota Statutes 85.012, 92.461, 282.01, Subd. 8, and 282.018, and other statutes that require the withholding of tax-forfeited lands from sale. [Unless otherwise stated.] The Todd County Board of Commissioners hereby certifies that the Soil and Water Conservation Board (of the district in which the land is located) has reviewed the attached land sale list and identified any and all non-forested marginal land and wetland. 

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Todd County Board of Commissioners hereby requests approval from the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources for the Sale of six tax forfeited parcels highlighted on the attached list.

Public Works

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

RESOLUTION OF SUPPORT AND 

AGREEMENT TO SPONSOR THE CITY OF EAGLE BEND’S PURSUIT OF 2017 LRIP FUNDING FOR PHASE 2 AND 3 STREET IMPROVEMENT PROJECT

WHEREAS, the Eagle Bend Phase 2 and 3 Street Improvement Project includes North Street from Highway 71 east to Main Street (CSAH 22), 1st Ave W from Clark Street south to South Street, Central Ave N from North Street south to Main Street (CSAH 22), 1st Ave NE from North Street south to Main Street (CSAH 22), 2nd Ave NE from North Street to approximately 150 feet north, 2nd Ave SE from Main Street (CSAH 22) south to South Street, 3rd Ave SE from Main Street (CSAH 22) south to South Street, Main Street (CSAH 22) from Highway 71 east to 3rd Ave SE within the City of Eagle Bend, and;

WHEREAS, the city is preparing engineering plans for the reconstruction of various roads in the area of downtown Eagle Bend as part of a larger utility and street reconstruction project scheduled for FY 2018 and 2019, and;

WHEREAS, the City, as part of the larger street reconstruction project, is including the engineering and construction of North Street to the 10-ton standard capable of handling the expected level of heavy commercial vehicles, and;

WHEREAS, North Street will serve as a connection for heavy commercial vehicles between US Highway 71 and Pro-Ag Farmers Co-Op thereby creating a farm to market connection, and;

WHEREAS, the scope of the larger street reconstruction project and the reconstruction of North Street will include several enhancements to roadway safety and operation for both vehicles and pedestrians, and furthermore the project will serve to minimize heavy commercial trips along the city’s Main Street (CSAH #22) in the central business district, and;

WHEREAS, the Local Road Improvement Program (LRIP) administered by the Minnesota Department of Transportation makes available up to $750,000 to apply towards projects on local roads that result in safety improvements, provide farm to market connections, and address transportation deficiencies, and;

WHEREAS, the Local Road Improvement Program (LRIP) program requires a city, such as Eagle Bend, that is not a State Aid city, to have a county sponsor and the support of the County Board of Commissioners.

NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Todd County Board of Commissioners support the City’s pursuit of Local Road Improvement Program (LRIP) funds for the Phase 2 and 3 Street Improvement Project, within the City of Eagle Bend.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the County agrees to sponsor the City of Eagle Bend’s Local Road Improvement Program application to MnDOT and act as the City’s fiscal agent for this project.

Ditch Inspector

On motion by Kircher and seconded by Kneisl, the following motion was introduced and adopted by unanimous vote: To acknowledge receipt of a Hold Harmless Agreement for Ditch Maintenance on CD33 from Glen Middendorf Reynolds Twp Section 20.

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

HOLD HARMLESS AGREEMENT - DITCH MAINTENANCE - COUNTY DITCH 19

WHEREAS, Wayne Carstensen is requesting to maintain approximately 1,000 feet of CD19 that is located on his parcels - 12-0001800 & 12-0002402. The maintenance will be done at his own expense. A Hold Harmless Agreement has been signed and submitted to the Ditch Authority, an onsite inspection has been done, and;

WHEREAS, applicant is allowed to maintain the drainage ditch to the original width, depth and grade. An improvement by lowering or widening the ditch bottom is not allowed. Sediment and vegetation can only be removed to the extent of the original ditch bottom elevation.  Spoil must be side cast and leveled, staying within 16.5 feet of the ditch.  

NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Todd County Ditch Authority gives permission to Wayne Carstensen to maintain approximately 1,000 feet of CD19 that is located on his own property, at his own expense.

Sheriff’s Office

On motion by Kircher and seconded by Kneisl, the following motion was introduced and adopted by unanimous vote: To allow for the purchase of the in-squad camera system.

On motion by Becker and seconded by Kneisl, the following motion was introduced and adopted by unanimous vote: To hire Guadalupe Botello-Becerra as a part-time Jailor/Dispatcher effective November 12, 2017 at a Grade 6, Step A.

On motion by Kircher and seconded by Kneisl, the following motion was introduced and adopted by unanimous vote: To hire Mitchell Preusse as a part-time Jailor/Dispatcher effective November 12, 2017 at a Grade 6, Step A.

County Departments

A Public Hearing was held at 9:30 a.m. to solicit public input on the proposed 2018 County Fee Schedule. No public input was given.

On motion by Kneisl and seconded by Kircher, the following motion was introduced and adopted by unanimous vote: To adopt the 2018 County Fee Schedule as presented with an effective date of January 1, 2018.

MIS

On motion by Kircher and seconded by Becker, the following motion was introduced and adopted by unanimous vote: To accept the proposal from Spectrum Design and Marketing for website redesign and maintenance agreement.

Health & Human Services

An update from Rural MN CEP was provided by Sue Hilgart and Darla Hoemberg regarding MFIP and DWP Employment Services provided to Todd County residents.

On motion by Kircher and seconded by Becker, the following motion was introduced and adopted by unanimous vote: To approve the contract for Rural MN CEP to provide MFIP & DWP Employment Services for calendar year 2018.

On motion by Becker and seconded by Kneisl, the following motion was introduced and adopted by unanimous vote: To approve the 2018-2019 MFIP Biennial Service Agreement for program administration by Todd County.

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

A RESOLUTION 

ESTABLISHING THE MN DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES FUNERAL EXPENSE POLICY FOR TODD COUNTY

WHEREAS, Todd County Health & Human Services works as the collections agent for certain debts owed to the MN Department of Human Services, and;

WHEREAS, Todd County Health & Human Services collects money from the estate of persons receiving Medical Assistance, and;

WHEREAS, The MN Department of Human Services State Recovery Unit (SRU) has issued instructions requiring counties to adopt a funeral expense policy for determining the “Reasonable Funeral Expenses” allowed toward an estate of a person who was on Medical Assistance prior to their death. 

NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Todd County Board of Commissioners adopts the funeral expense policy provided by the MN Department of Human Services State Recovery Unit.

On motion by Becker and seconded by Kircher, the following motion was introduced and adopted by unanimous vote: To authorize the request for Todd County Health & Human Services to recruit and hire one additional full-time Support Enforcement Aide.

On motion by Kneisl and seconded by Becker, the following motion was introduced and adopted by unanimous vote: To approve the 2018 Environmental Health fee schedule with a 2% increase.

Auditor-Treasurer’s Report

The Auditor-Treasurer reported on current activities including real estate tax season and elections for ISD 487, 740, and 2155 happening on 11/7/2017.

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 current recruitment statuses, union negotiations and the open enrollment meetings.

Recess

Chairperson Erickson recessed the meeting until November 21, 2017.

 

AUDITOR WARRANTS

Vendor Name $ Amount

BIG BIRCH LAKE 

   ASSOC. 9,409.25 

FARMERS ST. BANK 60,753.00 

GALLAGHER BENEFIT 

   SERVICES INC 2,400.00 

LONG PRAIRIE 

   SANITATION INC 3,294.46 

METRO SALES INC 2,357.96 

MOTOROLA SOLU. 

   CREDIT CO LLC 57,330.30 

RIEDEL/AUGUST and 

   MARSHA 7,200.00 

VERIZON 2,962.59 

24 PAYMENTS LESS 

   THAN $2,000 5,566.70 

AMERICAN HERITAGE 

   BANK 3,696.00 

BRUDER/JEROME 4,400.00 

COMPUTER PROS 4,609.00 

DITTBERNER/REBECCA 

   and JUSTIN 6,020.00 

FLEET SERVICES/

WEX BANK 5,271.96 

MORRISON COUNTY 34,025.55 

Prairie Lakes Muni. 

   Solid Waste Auth 74,141.67 

REGENTS OF THE 

   UNIV OF MN 32,377.02 

STEP 4,005.50 

STREAMWORKS 5,550.00 

TODD SOIL & WATER 

   CONS DIST 69,688.00 

TRI CITY PAVING INC 229,292.85 

WATERGUARDS, LLC 9,656.00 

56 PAYMENTS LESS 

   THAN $2,000 16,856.30 

AMERICAN HERITAGE 

   BANK 52,420.34 

CARD SERVICES 

   COBORNS 2,589.92 

CARDMEMBER 

   SERVICE 6,467.74 

CENTERPOINT 

   ENERGY 17,843.41 

GENE-O’S COUNTRY-

   SIDE REST LLC 5,109.25 

GOULD/RHONDA M 2,834.00 

GUSTAFSON/JEAN M 6,172.00 

LONG PRAIRIE OIL 

   COMPANY 6,403.44 

LONG PRAIRIE PLG 

   & HTG INC 2,122.25 

MINNESOTA POWER 

   & LIGHT 12,601.76 

MN DEPT OF FINANCE 7,184.50 

NORTHLAND TRUCK 

   SALES, INC 119,780.00 

RESOURCE TRAINING 

   AND SOLUTIONS 229,840.75 

TODD CO AUD-TREAS 5,852.00 

31 PAYMENTS LESS 

   THAN $2,000 10,245.22 

AMERICAN DOOR 

   WORKS 13,862.00 

AMERICAN HERITAGE 8,121.56 

PETERS LAW OFFICE, 

   P.A. 2,975.00 

STAPLES ADVANTAGE 3,147.04 

STRUCTURAL 

   SPECIAL. INC 202,585.13 

VOYANT COMMS., LLC 3,484.24 

WATERGUARDS, LLC 3,179.00 

26 PAYMENTS LESS 

   THAN $2,000 8,039.50 

ANOKA CO GOV’T 

   CENTER 14,956.75 

GOLDEN SHOVEL 

   AGENCY 5,700.00 

HILLIG AUTO CENTER 4,600.00 

HOST EXTERIOR INC 4,237.50 

PHEASANTS FOREVER 4,000.00 

SUMMIT COMPANIES 2,389.50 

VERIZON 2,963.58 

24 PAYMENTS LESS 

   THAN $2,000 11,554.22 

AMERICAN HERITAGE 

   BANK 646,474.55 

BIG SWAN LAKE 

   IMPROVE. DIST. 6,797.81 

CITY OF BERTHA 94,711.44 

CITY OF 

   BROWERVILLE 109,650.58 

CITY OF BURTRUM 7,563.12 

CITY OF CLARISSA 92,648.22 

CITY OF EAGLE BEND 120,738.84 

CITY OF GREY EAGLE 53,511.23 

CITY OF HEWITT 22,297.04 

CITY OF 

   LONG PRAIRIE 371,449.55 

CITY OF OSAKIS 107,178.44 

CITY OF STAPLES 315,934.76 

CITY OF WEST UNION 4,069.55 

REGION V DEV. 

   COMMISSION 9,833.29 

SAUK RIVER WATER 

   SHED DISTRICT 32,452.78 

SCHOOL DISTRICT 213 312,331.26 

SCHOOL DISTRICT 

   2170 258,326.31 

SCHOOL DISTRICT 

   2753 721,820.84 

SCHOOL DISTRICT 

   2759 51,760.35 

SCHOOL DISTRICT 486 146,019.41 

SCHOOL DISTRICT 487 4,210.57 

SCHOOL DISTRICT 740 51,896.07 

SCHOOL DISTRICT 743 294,467.86 

SCHOOL DISTRICT 786 165,465.07 

SCHOOL DISTRICT 787 178,782.18 

SCHOOL DISTRICT 818 13,010.50 

TOWN OF BARTLETT 22,096.36 

TOWN OF BERTHA 25,011.90 

TOWN OF BIRCHDALE 68,540.42 

TOWN OF BRUCE 40,227.18 

TOWN OF BURLEENE 21,332.60 

TOWN OF 

   BURNHAMVILLE 64,303.13 

TOWN OF EAGLE 

   VALLEY 29,509.67 

TOWN OF FAWN LAKE 44,556.84 

TOWN OF GERMANIA 20,609.28 

TOWN OF GORDON 90,201.29 

TOWN OF 

   GREY EAGLE 112,563.89 

TOWN OF HARTFORD 49,359.30 

TOWN OF IONA 16,060.90 

TOWN OF KANDOTA 46,267.16 

TOWN OF LESLIE 75,178.61 

TOWN OF LITTLE ELK 30,669.86 

TOWN OF 

   LITTLE SAUK 43,852.41 

TOWN OF 

   LONG PRAIRIE 43,957.31 

TOWN OF MORAN 39,033.18 

TOWN OF REYNOLDS 22,903.24 

TOWN OF 

   ROUND PRAIRIE 47,291.35 

TOWN OF STAPLES 79,577.71 

TOWN OF 

   STOWE PRAIRIE 33,949.40 

TOWN OF 

   TURTLE CREEK 35,053.70 

TOWN OF VILLARD 57,427.82 

TOWN OF WARD 31,258.97 

TOWN OF 

   WEST UNION 21,819.73 

TOWN OF WYKEHAM 21,945.36 

6 PAYMENTS LESS 

   THAN $2,000 2,033.48 

Total 6,864,119.38 

 

commissioners WARRANTS

Vendor Name $ Amount

APEXSQL LLC $2,429.00 

CENTRACARE CLINIC-

   LONG PRAIRIE 16,055.66 

CENTRAL APPS. INC 12,435.78 

CENTRAL SPECIAL. 

   INC 3,317.79 

HELM/KEVIN 2,197.10 

HERDERING INC 3,007.51 

M-R SIGN COMPANY INC 2,214.10 

MCCC, MI33 5,522.11 

MORRISON CO PUBLIC 

   HEALTH SERV 2,227.69 

NUSS TRUCK & EQUIP 4,872.57 

O’REILY AUTO PARTS 3,795.52 

REEDSBURG 

   HARDWARE CO. 2,154.00 

TOWMASTER 2,598.46 

TRUENORTH STEEL 13,905.30 

TURNKEY/THREE 

   SQUARE MARKET 4,437.07 

VEOLIA ENVIRON. 

   SERVICES LLC 2,536.00 

134 PAYMENTS LESS 

   THAN $2,000 42,757.72 

Total $136,463.38 

 

HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES WARRANTS

Vendor Name $ Amount

#15191 - COST EFFEC.

   HEALTH INS. $2,172.00 

DHS - SWIFT 12,299.11 

RURAL MN CEP INC 11,531.62 

TODD COUNTY AUD./

   TREASURER 15,096.10 

179 PAYMENTS LESS 

   THAN $2,000 44,313.93 

Total 85,412.76 

 

Vendor Name $ Amount

ANU FAMILY 

   SERV. INC $5,667.40 

CENTRAL MN MENTAL 

   HEALTH CTR 3,560.00 

NORTH HOMES CHILD. 

   & FAMILY SRVS 7,980.00 

NORTHERN PINES 

   MENTAL HLTH CTR 3,172.00 

STEP 8,182.12 

WEST CENTRAL REG 

   JUVENILE CTR 3,479.17 

PAYMENTS LESS 

   THAN $2,000 10,014.06 

Total 42,054.75 

 

On a motion by Kneisl and seconded by Becker, the preceding minutes of the County Board meeting held November 7, 2017 were duly approved by unanimous vote at the Todd County Board of Commissioners at the Regular Board Meeting held on November 21, 2017.

 

Witness my hand and seal:

 

Rodney Erickson, 

Todd County Board 

Chairperson

 

Denise Gaida, Todd County

Auditor-Treasurer

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