Meet 7:30 p.m. Monday
1. Call to order.
2. Roll call.
3. Pledge of Allegiance.
4. Consent Calendar.
A. Approval of the minutes of the regular meeting held April 21.
B. Approval of licenses - Recommended by City Administrator Vogt.
1. Contractor's licenses 1 new.
2. Contractor's licenses 1 renewals.
C. Department reports.
1. Mayor's report of activities distributed to council.
2. Fire chief's report of activities distributed to mayor and council.
3. Park director's report of activities distributed to Mayor and Council.
D. Application for retail license to sell 3.2 percent malt beverage (beer) "On Sale" Submitted by Ballpark Dreams dba Brainerd Blue Thunder for Sales at Mills Field - Effective May 29, 2008 - Aug. 20, 2008.
E. Application for temporary 3.2 percent malt beverage (beer) "on sale" - Submitted by the Brainerd Jaycees for an Event to be held June 7 at 7th Street and Laurel, Brainerd - Approval of.
F. Application for temporary 3.2 percent malt beverage (beer) "on sale" extension of premises - submitted by Shep's on 6th , 315 South Sixth Street, Brainerd, for an event to be held Aug. 22 and 23 - Approval of.
G. County Hazard Mitigation Planning Resolution - Adoption of.
H. Park Board funding request - Gregory Park memorial tree plaques - $675 from Park Dedication Fund Approval of.
I. Authorize hiring of police department CSO Luke Eastvold at a starting wage of $8.93 per hour - effective May 6, approval of.
J. Approval of bills - recommended by the Personnel and Finance Committee.
5. Current character trait - Tolerance.
6. Presentation by Mayor Wallin of a Proclamation designating May 11-18th as "Brainerd's Official Celebration of the Minnesota Sesquicentennial" Followed by the designation of a route for a Historic Walk and informational presentation by Mr. Andrew Hook and Mr. Carl Faust from the Brainerd Historic Walk Group.
7. Presentation - Colonel Richard A. Weaver, Minnesota Army National Guard Post Commander, Camp Ripley - Information on 2008 annual training schedule and the 2007 economic impact that Camp Ripley provided to the surrounding communities, and the environmental briefing.
8. Unfinished business.
A. Public hearing - Final reading of proposed Ordinance No. 1321 An ordinance amending Section 421 of the Brainerd City Code adopting the 2007 Minnesota State Fire Code as modified by the city and the Uniform Fire Code and Standards - City Administrator Vogt recommends dispensing with the actual reading - approval of.
B. BAHA - Draft ice arena management, operation and maintenance agreement - Discussion of.
9. New business.
A. Ward 1, Precinct 1 and Ward 2, Precinct 2 election polling locations - discussion of.
10. Public forum. Time allocated for citizens to bring matters not on the agenda to the attention of the council. Time limits may be imposed.
B City attorney.
C City administrator.
D City engineer.
E City planner.
F Fire chief.
G Park director.
12. Council committee reports.
A Safety and Public Works Committee.
B Personnel and Finance Committee.
C Other committees.
13. Call for applicants.
A. Charter Commission - one term to expire Jan. 1, 2011.
B. Library Board - 6-year term to expire Jan. 1, 2014.
Safety and Public Works Committee
Meets 6:30 p.m. Monday
1. Ordinance related to securing vacant buildings.
2. Dal-Mar Drive issues.
3. Request to remove sidewalk.
4. College Drive status - assessments.
5. Planning Commission interpretation - Set back averaging.
6. Request from Iron Rail Saloon.
Personnel and Finance Committee
1. BAHA - draft ice arena management, operation and maintenance agreement - Discussion of.
2. Last Turn Saloon - request for assumption of revolving loan to potential purchaser - approval of.
3. Fire Department Relief Association - request for municipal ratification of amendments to the Association by-laws Approval of.
4. Park Board funding request - Gregory Park Memorial Tree Plaques - $675 from Park Dedication Fund - approval of.
5. Park Board request - Northwoods League Improvements at Mills Field - request for building permit fee waiver - Discussion of.
6. Police department.
Request to purchase new digital squad car video system at a cost of approximately $5500 to be paid from DUI forfeiture funds - Approval of.
Authorize hiring of police department CSO Luke Eastvold at a starting wage of $8.93 per Hour.
Effective May 6 - approval of.
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