8 a.m. Monday -- Planning Commission on-site inspection of proposed flat of Wolf Lookout, Sec. 25, Irondale
8 a.m. Tuesday -- Building and Grounds Committee and CAM (Core Planning Group), CAM
5 p.m. Tuesday -- Human Rights Commission, Commissioners' room
9 a.m. Wednesday -- Central Minnesota Community Corrections Executive Committee, Central Minnesota Community Corrections Administration office
9:30 a.m. Wednesday -- Implementation Team (I-Team) meeting, MPCA
11 a.m. Wednesday -- Thirty Lakes/Crow Wing County Joint Powers Board, MPCA
9:30 a.m. Thursday -- Rollie Johnson Natural and Recreational Area Joint Powers Board, Ideal
10 a.m. Thursday -- Camp Ripley Initiative Meeting, Camp Ripley
10 a.m. Thursday -- Benefits Committee, Commissioners' room
2 p.m. Thursday -- Open bids -- S.A.P. 18-601-16 (CSAH 1), Commissioners' room
2:15 p.m. Thursday -- Open bids -- C.P. 18-133-01 (CR 133), Commissioners' room
2:30 p.m. Thursday -- Open bids -- S.A.P. 18-611-21 (CSAH 11), Commissioners' room
3 p.m. Thursday -- Open bids -- Crow Wing County Law Enforcement Center Remodel, phase one, Commissioners' room
1 p.m. July 26 -- City of Baxter -- Road plans meeting, Baxter City Hall
2 p.m. July 26 -- Open bids -- S. P. 18-596-02 (CR 117) and S.A.P. 18-645-05 (CSAH 45), Commissioners' room
Thirty Lakes/Crow Wing County Joint Powers Board
11 a.m. Wednesday
MPCA Office, Baxter
1. Call to order
2. Secretary's Report of June 16
3. Approve payment of expenses
4. Sanitary District Formation -- Update
5. Next meeting date, 11 a.m. Aug. 25, set future meeting date
6. Miscellaneous business
Nisswa City Council
Meets 7 p.m. Wednesday
Nisswa City Hall
Call to order.
Pledge of Allegiance.
Approve minutes of June 16.
A. Police chief.
B. Fire chief.
C. Park director.
D. Municipal store manager.
E. City attorney.
F. City engineer.
A. Correct error on zoning map for Cecelia Riedl property.
B. Lower Cullen fishing pier proposal.
C. Review of planning commission action taken on Malan request for after-the-fact interim use permit.
D. Approve transfer of $1,600 from municipal store to community center for purchase of tables.
E. Approve transfer of $100,300 from general fund to park and recreation fund.
F. Approve transfer of $23,500 from municipal store to sewer fund.
G. Set date for budget meeting.
B. Council members.
PRESENTATION OF CLAIMS
Pillager Public Schools, ISD No. 116
Regular school board meeting
323 East 2nd St. S.
7 p.m. Monday
I. Call to order
II. Consider additions/deletions/acceptance of agenda
III. Visitors' comments
IV. Consider consent agenda
A. Minutes of the June 21 meeting
B. Monthly cash flow including investments
C. Accept donations -- Boxtops for Education $1,329.83 (Elementary); Kemp's Give Em Five $572.30 (Elementary)
D. Consider MSBA renewal
E. Consider MREA renewal
V. Special board committee reports with possible action
1. Monthly bills paid
2. Consider fees and charges
a. Breakfast and lunch prices
b. Activity fees
c. Admission prices
d. Music rental fees
1. Second reading of policies 213, 304, 615 and attachments
2. Consider NCSC appointment
1. Consider elementary teacher contract, Bjorn Johnson, Lane BS, Step 0, $29,896.
1. Consider adoption of elementary student and faculty handbooks
2. Consider adoption of secondary student and faculty handbooks
3. First reading of Language Arts Standards
4. First reading of Mathematics Standards
5. Discussion on Arts Standards
1. Activities committee report
1. Facilities committee report
VI. Special reports
A. Secondary principal
B. Elementary principal
C. Superintendent's report
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