1. Call to order
2. Roll call
3. Pledge of Allegiance
4. Consent calendar (Notice to public) - All matters listed are considered routine by the council and will all be enacted by one (1) motion. There will be no separate discussion of these items unless good cause is shown prior to the time the Council votes on the motion to adopt by roll call.
A. Approval of minutes of the special meeting held on April 26 and the regular meeting held on May 3.
B. Approval of 2004 licenses -Recommended by City Administrator Vogt
1. On-sale liquor licenses - 10 - renewals
2. On-sale wine licenses - 2 - renewals
3. Off-sale liquor licenses - 7 - renewals
4. Club on-sale liquor licenses - 5- renewals
5. Sunday on-sale liquor licenses - 16 - renewals
6. Contractor's licenses - 5- renewals
7. Contractor's licenses - 3- new
C. Department reports
1. Mayor's report of activities distributed to council
2. Police chief's report of activities distributed to mayor and council
3. Finance director's report distributed to mayor and council
D. Second reading - Proposed Ordinance No. 1225 - An ordinance providing for the annexation of certain properties located in Oak Lawn township - (Alan L. Lukens Property - 1.07 acres) - City Administrator Vogt recommends to dispense with the actual reading.
E. Amendment to Teamsters Wage Resolution No. 30:04-Approval of -
F. Resolution establishing polling places. Appointment and rate of pay for election judges and authorizing the purchase of necessary election supplies for the primary election to be held Sept. 14.
G. Issuance of bonds on behalf of the Good Samaritan Society - Change date of public hearing to June 7.
H. Amendment to Last Turn Saloon, Inc. Liquor License to include property at 216 South 8th Street - Effective May 18, 2004 - Approval of
I. Minnesota Lawful Gambling Application for exempt permit - Submitted by Brainerd American Legion Post #255 for a raffle to be held on June 19 at the Brainerd American Legion Post #255. Approve with no waiting period.
J. Transfer of funds - recommended by the Personnel and Finance Committee
General Fund to Public Safety Fund $238,850
General Fund to Street and Sewer Fund $ 35,000
General Fund to Park Fund $15,000
General Fund to Airport Fund $11,150
K. Approval of bills - recommended by the Personnel and Finance Committee
5. Camp Ripley update - Lieutenant Colonel Rich Weaver
6. Unfinished business
A. Public Hearing - Third Reading - Proposed Ordinance No. 1226 - An Ordinance Amending Ordinance No. 812 pertaining to zoning (Northtown Rezone) - City Administrator Vogt recommends to dispense with the actual reading
B. Public Hearing - Third Reading - Proposed Ordinance No. 1227 - An ordinance amending Ordinance No. 812 pertaining to zoning (Stonebridge Addition) - City Administrator Vogt recommends to dispense with the actual reading
C. First Reading - Proposed Ordinance No. 1228 - An ordinance amending section 715.03 pertaining to stormwater drainage fees - City Administrator Vogt recommends to dispense with the actual reading.
D. 1216 Laurel Street - Discussion of
E. Northern Pacific Center Improvement Project - Discussion of
F. JOBZ - Consider the amended business subsidy policy - Discussion of
G. Comprehensive Plan - Adoption of - Recommended for approval by Planning Commission
H. Equipment Certificate Bond Issue Award
I. Nonpoint Source Pollution Education - May 24 - Discussion of
J. Northside sidewalk project - Discussion of
K. Request from Ms. Harriet Piehl - Discussion of
7. New business
A. Kinship Partners - Fundraising request - Discussion of
B. July 4th parking on East River Road - Discussion of
C. On-Sale and Sunday Liquor Licenses transfer from Christopher John Searles d/b/a Twisted Roses Bar, 305 South 7th Street, Brainerd, Mn 56401 to Mr. Rooster Bradley Marccerlli, d/b/a Rooster's Bar, 305 South 7th Street, Brainerd, Mn. 56401 - Effective June 1 through June 30, 2004 (Balance of license year) Discussion of
D. Crime Prevention/Public Awareness Report - Police Chief Bolduc
8. 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/Community developer
F. Police chief
G. Finance director
10. Council committee reports
A. Personnel and Finance Committee
B. Safety and Public Works Committee
C. Other committees
11. Committee appointment - Recommended by Mayor Wallin-Approval of
A. Ms. Margaret Tiplady - HRA - 5 year term - 06/06/04 - 06/06/09
12. Call for applicants
A. Library Board - Two 6 year terms - 1/1/04-1/1/10
B. HRA - Term to expire - 6/6/07
C. Public Utilities Commission - Term to expire 1/1/07
Note: Personnel and Finance Committee will meet at 6:30 p.m., Safety and Public Works Committee will meet at 5 p.m.
Safety and Public Works Committee
Meets 5 p.m. Monday
City Council Chambers
1. Improvement 04-02, Oak Street Phase II - Cooperative Construction Agreement, Adoption of resolution
2. Petition to vacate a portion of Vine Street - Set Public Hearing for 7:30 p.m. Monday, June 17
3. Improvement 01-10 Trail bids
4. Improvement 00-05 NP Center invoices
5. Improvement 02-11, Sidewalk reconstruction - Turf restoration
6. Sewer back-up policy
7. Use of old city garage by County Water Patrol
8. Phase I proposals for the Hole
9. I & I Abatement
10. 1216 Laurel Street
11. Planning Commission
A. Final plat - Woodridge of Dumbeck Estates
B. Variance amendment - Block 26, St. Paul's Addition
C. Variance - Lot 12, Block I, Bonny Woode Addition and part of Gov't Lot 2
D. Zoning amendment - The Hole
E. Comprehensive Plan, EQB Certification
F. Land sale - Lot 1, Block 3, Thiesse Industrial Park
G. Annexation - Strowbridge
H. Annexation - Dunemann (Charles)
I. Annexation - Dunemann (Wayne)
J. Annexation - Stolski
12. Parking Commission
Personnel and Finance Committee
Meets 6:30 p.m. Monday
1. Northern Pacific Center Industrial Property - Discussion of
2. Rental Housing Registration/Inspection fees - Discussion of
3. Acting fire chief - Discussion of
4. Parks Board request to include Parks Director position in 2005 budget - Discussion of
5. Equipment Certificate Bond Issue Award - Discussion of
6. Appointment of Engineering Technician - Approval of
7. Police department - Facility maintenance item - Discussion of
8. Probationary police officer resignation - Discussion of
9. Administration Department - Summer temporary help - Discussion of
10. Parking ticket appeals
A. David Biegler #074989
B. Chad Campbell #074564
C. Tom Fanjoy #074720 & #074722
D. Nicole Lemieux #074769
E. Robert Rudsenske #074359
Baxter City Council
Meets 7 p.m. Tuesday
Baxter City Hall
A meeting of the Baxter EDA will be held at 6 p.m. Tuesday, May 18 at Baxter City Hall, 13190 Memorywood Dr. Baxter.
The regular meeting of the Baxter City Council will be held at 7 p.m.Tuesday, May 18 at Baxter City Hall, 13190 Memorywood Drive, Baxter.
1. Call meeting to order
2. Roll call
3. Pledge of Allegiance
4. Consent agenda
A. Approval of council minutes of May 4 and 6
B. Payment of bills and approval of Finance Report
C. Accept Utilities Commission minutes of May 5
1. Approve the advanced engineering technical evaluation of water treatment plant, Task 1,2 and 3 in the amount of $33,100 contingent of Standard Terms and Condition #18 change to read the state of Minnesota instead of the state of North Dakota.
2. Approve the Anderson Brother quote Class 5 on Mapleton Road in the amount of $14,617 with funding coming out of the streets capital projects budget.
3. Approve partial payment #3 to S.J. Louis Construction in the amount of $246,861.85 for the 2003 Edgewood Drive utility improvements.
4. Require a city street design showing connection of Kenwood Drive to Maplewood Drive through the development of Veranda Heights either directly or indirectly.
5. Purchase the Hart-Wasnie property on Clearwater Road in the amount of $148,500 for stormwater purposes.
D. Accept Planning and Zoning Commission minutes of May 11
E. Accept Personnel and Police Commission minutes of May 12
F. Accept Parks and Recreation Commission minutes of May 16
G. Set council workshop for 6:30 p.m., June 1 for audit presentation
H. Set Joint Council/Parks and Recreation Commission Public Information Meeting for Whipple Beach Project
I. Adopt no parking resolution for Clearwater/Inglewood projects
5. Pulled agenda items
6. Other business
A. Public hearing on vacation of Property, 7 p.m.
B. Lt. Col. Weaver - Camp Ripley summer activities
C. Terry Holm - Online Inline Race on June 12
D. Terry McGaughey - Ride with Jim Oberstar, June 11
E. Planning & Zoning action
1. Approve the rezoning amendment from R-1 to OS for Haglin Inc. and Community Covenant Church based on staff findings of fact as presented.
2. Approve the preliminary/Final Plat and mixed use PUD/CUP of Haglin Professional Park for Haglin Inc. with conditions.
3. Approve the Final Plat amendment of Bitteroot for David Schultz based on staff findings of fact and the standard final plat conditions
4. Approve the revocation of the CUP for outdoor sales at Morey's Fish market at 15537 State Hwy 371 based on the failure of the applicant to abide by the conditions of the CUP. The tent structure and any temporary signage is to be removed within 14 days of written notice.
5. Approve the preliminary/final plat of Baxter Fairview addition as presented with conditions.
6. Deny the ICUP for outdoor sales at Cub Foods, 14133 Edgewood Drive for Steve Quisberg based on findings of fact.
7. Approve the ICUP at Motor City USA, 13720 Edler Drive for Generous Jerry's Fireworks with conditions.
8. Approve the CUP to build a motor fuel station for Murphy Oil USA at 7299 Glory Road with conditions.
9. Approve the lot line interpretation of Lot 1, Block 2 Madden Lots that the west property line is the side lot line with a building setback of 10 feet.
7. Public comments
9. Council comments
A. Mark Cross - Industrial and Economic Development and other comments
B. Rosemary Franzen - Parks and Recreation and other comments
C. Gary Muehlhausen-Utilities, Personnel and Police and other mayoral comments
D. Darrel Olson - Planning and Zoning and other comments
E. Barb Wells - Long Range Planning and other comments
10. City Attorney
11. City administrator/staff reports
A. Shared facility with * 181
12. Adjourn to closed meeting to discuss settlement proposals
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