1. Call to order
2. Roll call
3. Pledge of Allegiance
4. Consent calendar 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 the minutes of the regular meeting held on Nov. 1 and the special meeting held on Nov. 8.
B. Approval of 2004 licenses Recommended by City Administrator Vogt.
1. Contractor's licenses - 5 - New.
2. Contractor's licenses - 0 - Renewals.
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. Retirement of Jack Davies Effective Jan. 21 approval of.
E. Ms. Lori Turkowski Administrative Specialist Administration Department Complete six-month employment probation advancement to step "B" of salary administration plan - $15.93 per hour (90 percent of rate) Effective Nov. 17, Recommended by City Administrator Vogt Approval of.
F. Application for MN Lawful Gambling Exempt Permit Submitted by St. Francis Catholic School, 817 Juniper, for a raffle May 16 at St. Francis Catholic School.
G. Canvass of returns City election Declaring elected officials having received the highest number of votes cast for the office named Pursuant to city charter and state statute.
H. Transfer of funds Recommended by the Personnel and Finance Committee.
General Fund to Public Safety Fund $200,000.00.
General Fund to Park Fund $50,000.00.
General Fund to Street and Sewer Fund $38,850.00.
General Fund to Airport Fund $11,150.00.
I. Approval of bills Recommended by the Personnel and Finance Committee.
5. Unfinished business.
A. Public hearing Vacation of a portion of Pine Street between South Eighth Street and South Ninth Street Petitioned by Independent School District 181 - See Safety and Public Works Agenda No. 3.
B. Public hearing Vacation of a portion of Southwest Seventh Street between the south line of Ethel Street to the south line of West Brainerd Petitioned by Little River Development.
C. Public hearing Final reading Proposed Ordinance No. 1248 An ordinance amending Ordinance No. 812 pertaining to zoning in the city of Brainerd NE corner of SW 4th and Laurel Streets from R-3 (Multiple Family) to B-2 (Neighborhood business.)
D. Public Hearing Final reading Proposed Ordinance No. 1249 An Ordinance amending Section 515.15 pertaining to sideyard setbacks in the R-F (Rural residential) District.
E. Stock building supply Discussion of.
6. New business.
A. Crime prevention /Public awareness report Police Chief Bolduc
7. Public forum.
B. City attorney.
C. City administrator.
D. City engineer.
E. Police chief.
9. Council committee reports.
A. Safety and Public Works Committee.
B. Personnel and Finance Committee.
C. Other committees.
10. Committee recommendations Recommended by Mayor Wallin
A. Ms. Becky Lapka Library Board Term to expire 1/1/08.
Note: Safety and Public Works Committee will meet at 6 p.m.
Personnel and Finance Committee will meet at 6 p.m.
Brainerd Safety/Public Works Committee
Meets 6 p.m. Monday
1. Certification of assessments Improvement 01-13.
2. Vacation of a portion of Southwest Seventh Street.
3. Vacation of a portion of Pine Street.
4. Change Order No. 4 Improvement 04-02, Oak Street Phase II.
5. Appraisal of Ashmun Road lift station site acquisition.
6. Improvement 04-02 assessments.
7. 906 12th St. S.E.
8. Planning Commission
A. Variance Lot 10, Block 1, Bonny Woode Addition.
B. Textual amendment tea/coffee house.
C. Variance 1524 S. Seventh St.
D. Textual amendment accessory structures.
E. Variance Stonebridge Addition.
F. CUP and variance 601 N.W. Fourth St.
G. Park closure notice Eastgate.
Brainerd Personnel/ Finance Committee
Meets 6 p.m. Monday
1. Rental Housing Inspection Program Discussion of.
2. L & M Steel Cancel agreement to purchase a lot in the Industrial Park Discussion of.
3. 2004 Audit Discussion of.
4. Administrative sergeant vehicle Discussion of.
5. 2005 budget.
A. Vehicle purchases.
B. Police chief compensation.
C. Initiative Foundation request.
6. Retirement of Jack Davies Effective Jan. 21 Approval of.
A. Replacement officer Discussion of.
7. Bowling Alley Licensing Fee.
8. Ms. Lori Turkowski Administrative specialist, Administration Department, Complete six-month employment probation - advancement to step "B" of the salary administration plan $15.93 per hour (90 percent of rate) Effective Nov. 17. Recommended by City Administrator Vogt.
9. Parking ticket appeals.
A. Kaitlyn Jurek No. 000703 Re-appeal.
B. Nathan Huber No. 000904 Re-appeal.
C. Derrick Stienka No. 000479.
D. Tom Nikes No. 000480.
E. Dawn Razidlo No. 000947.
Nisswa City Council
Meets 7 p.m. Wednesday
Approval minutes Oct. 20, Nov. 3.
A. Police chief.
B. Fire chief.
C. Park director.
D. Municipal store manager.
E. City attorney.
F. City engineer.
G. Chamber of commerce representative.
A. Ogdahl appeal of denial of variance.
B. Approve zoning changes to correct zoning map.
C. Zoning violations.
D. Planning commission recommendation County Road 18 bypass.
E. Request from chamber regarding public bathrooms.
F. Certify delinquent sewer accounts.
G. Construction invoices.
A. Lower Cullen fishing pier.
B. Council members.
Presentation of claims.
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