Baxter City Council
Meets 7 p.m. Tuesday
1. Call meeting to order
2. Roll call
3. Pledge of Allegiance
4. Consent agenda
A. Approval of council minutes of May 16 and 23
B. Payment of bills and approval of the finance report
C. Accept planning and zoning minutes of May 16
1. To approve the amended plat of Paige and Blair First Addition to Baxter with the following conditions:
-- That the developer grants a temporary easement to function as a cul-de-sac at the southerly extension of Knollwood Drive until such time the road would continue south.
-- That the developer would extend utilities of sewer and water to the south edge of the property according to city engineer specifics.
-- That any covenant documentation is reviewed by staff prior to final plat submission.
2. To rezoning the land described by exhibit north of Glory Road from R-1 (Low density residential) to R-2 (Medium density residential and land zoned OS (Office service) to R-2 (Medium density residential) with the following conditions:
-- That legal descriptions developed by a registered land surveyor be provided prior to any permit applications being issued north of Glory Road.
-- That no access to the lake or docking be allowed with the development.
-- That the wetlands north of the property be dedicated to the city of Baxter by formal documentation.
D. Accept utilities commission minutes of May 24 and 31
1. To approve the lawn irrigation quote, from Leroy Horner, for installing the sprinkler system at the chlorinating station on Industrial Park Road and C.S.A.H. 48 for the amount of $1,600.
2. To reimburse John Sullivan $15,292 for extra depth and 1/2 de-watering on Forthun Road.
3. To approve Partial Pay Estimate No. 3 in the amount of $176,957.31 to Eagle Construction on the College Road project.
4. To approve a temporary stormwater detention pond on the southeast corner of the school. If further problems are encountered, the school may have to research alternative solutions and implement them at a future date.
5. To approve the Whitney Oaks utility plan with the amendments and changes noted in the utility commission minutes on file in the city clerk's office. To further authorize the mayor and city administrator to enter into a development agreement to complete the project.
E. Accept Long Range Planning Commission minutes dated May 23.
F. Industrial Park Commission -- Accept the minutes of May 25.
1. To sell Lot 5, Block 1 to the Baxter Industrial Park to Ron Matich for $10,000 plus assessments, abstract and other closing costs, due at the time of closing. Motion carried unanimously.
2. To endorse and support the Baxter Phase III marketing and development packet developed by Sheila Haverkamp.
3. To authorize the mayor and city administrator to enter into Industrial Park land trade with John Sullivan to secure land for the proposed extension of Cypress to the south. The Mayor and City Administrator are authorized to enter into a purchase agreement with Mr. Sullivan and to complete the land transaction.
G. Approve the park and recreation minutes dated May 22
H. Approve liquor licenses as listed on page 24.
I. Approve hiring Mary Haugen as receptionist/secretary.
5. Issuance of General Obligation Improvement Bonds Series 2000A (Presentation by Gerald Shannon, of Springsted).
6. Amendment to Addendum A of agreement for continuing disclosure monitoring (Gerald Shannon)
7. Authorize the mayor and city administrator to enter into a lease agreement with the Baxter EDA to lease office space pertaining to the new city hall expansion.
8. Annexation meeting recap
9. Public comments
10. Other business
11. Council comments
A. Mark Cross -- Parks and Recreation and other comments
B. Craig MacDonald -- Planning and Zoning and other comments
C. Mary Marana -- Industrial and Economic Development and other comments
D. Gary Muehlhausen -- Utilities, Personnel and Police and other mayoral comments
E. Barb Wells -- Long Range Planning and other comments
12. City attorney's report
13. City administrator's report
14. Temporary adjournment to council workshop Board of Innovation and Cooperation Presentation
Crosby-Ironton School Board
Meets 4 p.m. Monday
High school media center
1. Call to order
2. Roll call
3. Recommendation by administration to reinstate staff utilizing new monies.
4. Crow Wing County grant for CRES
6. Contracts/General work agreements
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