Brainerd City Council
Meets 7:30 p.m. Monday
Brainerd City Hall
1. Call to order
2. Roll call
3. Pledge of Allegiance
4. Consent calendar -- Items "A" through "I"
A. Approval of the minutes of the regular meeting held June 5
B. Approval of licenses -- Recommended by City Administrator Vogt
1. Contractor Licenses -- 4 -- Renewals
2. Filling Station License Renewal for Tom Thumb Corporation d/b/a Bonkers, 1325 So. 6th St.
3. Taxicab Licenses Transfer from JMS of Brainerd, Inc. d/b/a Brainerd Area Taxi to Hoskin's Enterprises d/b/a Brainerd Area Taxi -- Effective close of business on June 30 -- Approval of.
C. Shep's on 6th -- 315 So. 6th St. -- Request temporary on-sale beer license for annual Customer Appreciation Party on Aug. 25-27 -- Approval of.
D. Mr. Tim Friis -- Police Officer -- Change classification from Probationary to Regular Employee -- Effective June 28 -- Increase rate of pay to second year police officer per union contract -- Recommended by Police Chief Ball -- Approval of.
E. Fraternal Order of Eagles, Aerie No. 287 -- Request temporary on-sale 3.2 percent malt beverage (beer) license for Street Dance and Beer Garden on July 4 -- Approval of.
F. Brainerd Elks Lodge No. 615 -- Request temporary on-sale 3.2 percent malt beverage (beer) license for Beer Garden on July 4 -- Approval of.
G. Correction to May 15 minutes -- Numbering error/correction for Variances -- Approval of.
1. Richard Altepeter -- 1212 "M" St. -- Correct variance number is 267.
2. Crosslake Construction -- 230 Chippewa St. -- Correct variance number is 268.
H. Transfer of funds -- Recommended by Personnel and Finance Committee
1. General Fund to Airport Fund $9,670
I. Approval of bills -- Recommended by Personnel and Finance Committee
5. Public hearing -- Nuisance complaints
6. Public hearing/Third reading -- Proposed Ordinance No. 1098 -- An ordinance providing for the annexation of certain properties located in Oak Lawn Township to the City of Brainerd (Anderson Brothers Construction Co. & James A. Anderson -- 15.5 acres).
7. Public hearing/Third reading -- Proposed Ordinance No. 1099 -- An ordinance providing for the annexation of certain properties located in Oak Lawn Township to the City of Brainerd (Anderson Brothers Construction Co. & James A. Anderson -- 57 acres).
8. Public hearing/Third reading -- Proposed Ordinance No. 1100 -- An ordinance providing for the annexation of certain properties located in unorganized territory to the city of Brainerd (Kenneth R. Lind, Richard F. Volkmuth and David L. Mott -- 54.35 acres).
9. Public hearing/Third reading -- Proposed Ordinance No. 1101 -- An ordinance providing for the annexation of certain properties located in unorganized territory to the city of Brainerd (Kenneth R. Lind and Dale & Marion Carter -- 60 acres).
10. First reading -- Proposed Ordinance No. 1102 -- An ordinance amending Ordinance No. 1020, 1033, 1051 and 1068 dividing the city of Brainerd into an Urban Service District and a Rural Service District.
11. Youth Advisory Council Report
12. Public forum. Time allocated for citizens to bring matters not on the agenda to the attention of the Council. Time limits may be imposed.
A -- Mayor
B -- City Attorney
C -- City Administrator
D -- City Engineer
E -- City Planner
14. Council Committee Reports
A -- Personnel & Finance Committee
B -- Safety & Public Works Committee
C -- Other Committees
15. New Business
A. Call for applicants:
1. City Transportation Committee -- one vacancy -- one year term to expire 1/1/2001.
2. Brainerd Public Library Board -- one vacancy -- unexpired term to expire 1/1/2004.
Personnel and Finance
6:45 p.m. Conf. Room
1. LAWCO Representatives to present audit for year ending Dec. 31, 1999.
2. Retention of special legal counsel regarding annexation -- Discussion of.
3. Consider adoption of a resolution transferring funds from sinking funds to the capital projects fund.
4. Excess liability coverage -- Discussion of.
5. Request to add voice mail system for police department -- Split cost with county up to $6,000 with funds to come from Police/PERA Residual Assets -- Discussion of.
6. Additional Police Department Supervisor -- Appointment of Terry Crocker effective July 1 -- Discussion of.
7. Mr. Tim Friis -- Police officer -- Change classification from Probationary to Regular Employee -- Effective June 28 -- Increase rate of pay to second year police officer per union contract -- Recommended by Police Chief Ball -- Discussion of.
Safety and Public Works Committee
Meets 5:45 p.m. Monday
City Council Chambers
1. Nuisance complaints
2. Tax forfeit parcels
3. Fire hydrant policy
4. Contract towing service
5. Request from Central Lakes College
6. County transit system (discussion of)
7. Annexation issues (discussion of)
8. Planning Commission
A. Variance at 614 9th Ave. NE
B. Trail funding requests
9. Ticket appeals
A. Erich Jenkins (#059953)
B. Nancy Gramley (#063682)
Crow Wing County Meetings
Mon., June 19 -- 9 a.m. -- Board of Equalization, Commissioners' Room
Tuesday -- 7 p.m. -- Human Rights Commission, Commissioners' Room
Wednesday -- 9 a.m. -- Central Minnesota Community Corrections Executive Committee, Administration Office
11 a.m. -- Ninth Judicial District Court Liaison Committee, ITV/Courthouse Meeting Room
3 p.m. -- Community Health Services Advisory Committee, County Health Department
7 p.m. -- Public Informational Meeting regarding Proposed Improvements to CSAH 19, Center Town Hall
Thursday -- 2 p.m. -- Open Bids, S.A.P. 18-608-07 (CSAH 8), Commissioners' Room
2:10 p.m. -- Open Bids, C.P. 18-105-22 (CR 105), Commissioners' Room
7 p.m. -- Region 5 Development Commission, Staples
Friday -- 1 p.m. -- Growth Forum, Central Lakes College
Mon., June 26 -- 8 a.m. -- Association of Minnesota Counties District V Meeting, Braham
Baxter City Council
Meets 7 p.m. Tuesday
Baxter City Hall
1. Call meeting to order
2. Roll call
3. Pledge of Allegiance
4. Consent agenda
Non-controversial items read and passed in one motion. Any council person, staff, citizen or meeting attendee can request one or more items be pulled from Consent agenda and the item will be pulled and addressed immediately after passage; otherwise, the following will be passed in one motion:
A. Approval of minutes of June 6
B. Payment of bills and approval of the finance report
C. Accept Planning & Zoning Minutes of June 20
1. Final Plat for First Addition to Paige & Blair
2. Preliminary plat of Woodland Office Park Two
D. Accept Utilities Commission minutes of June 14
1. Approve hiring Benshoof & Associates to go forward with the traffic signal study for the segment of TH 371 between Pine Beach Road and Woida Road. The following two principal purposes for their work are:
-- To demonstrate the city's traffic plan with the subject full access, signalized intersection is needed, is appropriate, and conforms with applicable engineering standards.
-- To demonstrate that the traffic volumes at the subject full access intersection will meet the warrants for traffic signal control and that a traffic signal installation will be needed to provide safe and effective traffic control.
The cost of the study is estimated at $19,000 to $25,000, with a not to exceed $25,000.
2. Accept WSN to provide observation and project management engineering services for the 2000 Parkwood Improvements for the estimated cost of $144,500.
3. Accept the Feasibility Study not to exceed $49,500.00 for the T.H. 371 North Study from Woida Road to Danielson Road and down to the East end of Whispering Woods Lane.
4. Authorize staff to begin negotiating a new 5-10 year water interconnect agreement with Brainerd and to also have Public Works Director Walter and City Engineer Wernberg evaluate our 5, 10 and 20 year water needs and identify the cost to construct a new treatment plan.
5. Approve proceeding with Chestnut Dr. S bituminous street improvements.
E. Approve lawful gambling permit for Paul Bunyan Nature Learning Center at Paul Bunyan Sports Bar & Grill
5. Public comments
6. Other business
A. Public hearing -- 7:45 p.m. Establishment of a Redevelopment Project Area
B. Public Hearing -- 8 p.m. DTED's MN Investment Fund & Potential Assistance to TEAM Industries, Inc.
C. Public hearing -- 8:10 p.m. Application for Federal EDA Funding to install infrastructure in Phase III of Baxter Industrial Park
D. Whipple Lake Association -- City Planner Todd Holman
E. Baxter Comprehensive Wetland Management Plan -- City Planner Todd Holman
7. Council comments
A. Mark Cross -- Parks & Recreation and other comments
B. Craig MacDonald -- Planning & Zoning and other comments
C. Mary Marana -- Industrial & Economic Development and other comments
D. Gary Muehlhausen -- Utilities, Personnel & Police & other mayoral comments
E. Barb Wells -- Long Range Planning & other comments
8. City Attorney's Report
9. City Administrator's Report
10. Adjournment to Council Workshop
11. Council Workshop
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