City of Faribault - City Council Meeting Minutes

Heather Slechta, Assistant to the City Administrator
2018-03-13
Fairibault City Council

City of Faribault

City Council Meeting Minutes - Draft

Council Chambers

Tuesday, March 13, 2018

6:00 PM

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City Council Meeting
Council Chambers at City Hall
6:00 PM
1. Call To Order/Roll Call/Pledge Of Allegiance

2. Presentations/Introductions

3. Approve Minutes

3.A. 3. Approve Minutes Of The March 13, 2018 Regular Council Meeting

Documents:

3. 03-13-2018 MINUTES - DRAFT.PDF

4. Routine Business

4.A. 4A. List Of Bills To Be Paid

Documents:

4A. LIST OF BILLS TO BE PAID 2.PDF

4.B. 4B. Approve Fireworks Proposal For 4th Of July Celebration

Documents:

4B. APPROVE FIREWORKS PROPOSAL FOR 4TH OF JULY CELEBRATION.PDF

4.C. 4C. Resolution 2018-053 Approve Advisory Board And Commission Member Appointments

Documents:

4C. RESOLUTION 2018-053 APPROVE ADVISORY BOARD AND COMMISSION MEMBER APPOINTMENTS.PDF

4.D. 4D. Approve Estoppel Certificate For Community Solar Services Agreement With Solar Development Lending, LLC

Documents:

4D. APPROVE ESTOPPEL CERTIFICATE FOR COMMUNITY SOLAR SERVICES AGREEMENT WITH SOLAR DEVELOPMENT LENDING, LLC.PDF

4.E. 4E. Approve CIP Purchase Of A Rapid Recovery System From Sanity Solutions, Inc.

Documents:

4E. APPROVE CIP PURCHASE OF A RAPID RECOVERY SYSTEM FROM SANITY SOLUTIONS, INC.PDF

4.F. 4F. Approve Source Water Protection Plan Implementation Grant Application

Documents:

4F. APPROVE SOURCE WATER PROTECTION PLAN IMPLEMENTATION GRANT APPLICATION.PDF

4.G. 4G. Resolution 2018-054 Approve Hiring Paid On-Call Firefighter

Documents:

4G. RESOLUTION 2018-054 APPROVE HIRING PAID ON-CALL FIREFIGHTER.PDF

4.H. 4H. Resolution 2018-055 Approve Hiring Building Official

Documents:

4H. RESOLUTION 2018-055 APPROVE HIRING BUILDING OFFICIAL.PDF

4.I. 4I. Resolution 2018-056 Approve Hiring Economic Development Coordinator

Documents:

4I. RESOLUTION 2018-056 APPROVE HIRING ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COORDINATOR.PDF

4.J. 4J. Resolution 2018-057 Approve Hiring Light Duty Custodian

Documents:

4J. RESOLUTION 2018-057 APPROVE HIRING LIGHT DUTY CUSTODIAN.PDF

4.K. 4K. Resolution 2018-058 Approve Hiring Water Sewer Operator I

Documents:

4K. RESOLUTION 2018-058 APPROVE HIRING WATER SEWER OPERATOR I.PDF

4.L. 4L. Resolution 2018-059 Approve Community Engagement Plan And Appoint Project Oversight Committee

Documents:

4L. RESOLUTION 2018-059 APPROVE COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT PLAN AND APPOINT PROJECT OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE.PDF

4.M. 4M. Approve Quotes For Shirts For Parks And Recreation Department

Documents:

4M. APPROVE QUOTE FOR SHIRTS FOR PARKS AND RECREATION.PDF

4.N. 4N. Approve Computer Use Policy And Social Media Policy

Documents:

4N. APPROVE COMPUTER USE POLICY AND SOCIAL MEDIA POLICY.PDF

5. Requests To Be Heard
Citizen comment period (3 minute per person maximum - sign up in advance).

6. Public Hearings

6.A. 6A. Ordinance 2018-1 Annexing And Zoning Certain Lands – Warsaw Township (1101 Faribault Road). First Reading (4/7)

Documents:

6A. ORD. 2018-1 ANNEXING AND ZONING - 1101 FARIBAULT ROAD.PDF

7. Items For Discussion

7.A. 7A. Highland Place Sidewalk Construction – Contract 2018-05 (4/7)

Documents:

7A. HIGHLAND PLACE SIDEWALK CONSTRUCTION.PDF

7.B. 7B. Approve Airport Hangar Lease With Cross Country Soaring (4/7)

Documents:

7B. APPROVE AIRPORT HANGAR LEASE WITH CCS.PDF

8. Bids

8.A. 8A. Approve Quote To Replace Picnic Shelter #2 At North Alexander Park

Documents:

8A. APPROVE QUOTE FOR SHELTER REPLACEMENT AT NORTH ALEXANDER PARK.PDF

8.B. 8B. Approve 2018 CIP Purchase- Leaf Vac

Documents:

8B. APPROVE 2018 CIP PURCHASE-LEAF VAC.PDF

9. Announcements And Project Updates

9.A. 9A. Monthly Financial Report

Documents:

9A. MONTHLY FINANCIAL STATEMENT.PDF

10. Adjournment

NOTE:

Closed Captioning of Council meetings available on FCTV.

Please contact the City Administrator’s Office if you need special accommodations related to a disability while attending the City Council meeting.


CITY COUNCIL MINUTES -DRAFT

Call to Order/Roll Call/Pledge of Allegiance
The Regular meeting of the Faribault City Council was called to order at 6:00 pm by Mayor Kevin Voracek in the Council Chambers. Council members present included; Elizabeth Cap, Kay Duchene, Royal Ross, John Rowan, Steve Underdahl and Janna Viscomi. Also in attendance was City Administrator Tim Murray, Assistant to the City Administrator Heather Slechta, Police Chief Andy Bohlen, Human Resources Director Kevin Bushard, Community and Economic Development Director Deanna Kuennen, City Engineer Mark DuChene, Parks and Recreation Director Paul Peanasky, Fire Chief Dustin Dienst, and Finance Director Karla McCall.

Presentations/Introductions-None

Approve minutes of February 27, 2018, Regular Council Meeting
Motion by Rowan, seconded by Ross to approve the minutes of February 27, 2018, Regular Council Meeting and carried unanimously.

Consent Agenda
A. List of bills to be paid
B. Resolution 2018-038 Approve Street Closures for Run Baby Run 1 Mile, 5K and 10K Walk/Run
C. Resolution 2018-049 Approve Hiring of Paid On-Call Firefighter
D. Memo to Accept Quote for Purchase of Two Squad Cars
E. Accept Proposal for Professional Engineering Services for the Matteson Street Sanitary Sewer Lift Station
F. Accept Proposal for Professional Land Acquisition Services for TH 60 Reconstruction Project, 30th Street NW Reconstruction Project and 2nd Ave NW Bridge Replacement Project.
G. Resolution 2018-052 Approving a Professional Services Contract for Building Inspection Services
H. Resolution 2018-050 Designate Community Events
I. Approve Exempt Gambling Permit for Faribault Area Nat’l Turkey Federation
J. Resolution 2018-051 Approve Hiring Accounting Technician

Motion by Duchene, seconded by Underdahl to approve items A-J and carried unanimously.

Requests to be Heard -None Public Hearings – None Items for Discussion-None
Bids
Approve 2018 CIP Purchase – Community Service Vehicle
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Police Chief Andy Bohlen explained to the Council that the approved 2018 CIP budgeted for the replacement of one community service vehicle. This would be a marked squad vehicle used by the community service division replacing a 2008 Dodge pickup. The new replacement vehicle will be a Jeep Wrangler that will last the Department 10 to 15 years and would be utilized for high-profile community events, crime prevention, Safety Camp, parades, youth gatherings, community outreach, Night to Unite, and limited CSO duties.

Quotes were obtained from Owatonna Motor Company, Dokmo Ford, and Harry Browns as this particular vehicle is not offered on state pricing. Harry Brown’s in Faribault provided the lowest price for the vehicle in the amount of $31,311.00. Bohlen estimated that the total cost with light bar, controls and any additional modifications could cost up to $36,900.00 with installation. Faribault Police Department graphics will also need to be placed on the vehicle. The graphics would then be removed prior to resale of the vehicle. Council member Cap requested that the graphics not be as harsh and intimidating to children as the pictures provided to the Council by Chief Bohlen showed.

Motion by Duchene, seconded by Ross to approve 2018 CIP Purchase-Community Service Vehicle and carried unanimously.

Approve Quote to Replace Hockey Boards at Jefferson Ice Rink
Parks and Recreation Director Paul Peanasky explained that the hockey boards on the north Jefferson Ice Rink are in very poor condition. Quotes were solicited to replace the existing footings, boards and fencing on the north ice rink. The lowest quote is from Healy Construction for $49,660.00 which includes demoing the existing hockey rink.

Motion by Ross, seconded by Underdahl to approve Quote to Replace Hockey Boards at Jefferson Ice Rink and carried unanimously.

Approve Quote to Replace Picnic Shelter #2 at North Alexander Park
Parks and Recreation Director Paul Peanasky explained that the picnic shelters in North Alexander Park are more than 30 years old. Currently, shelter #2, is leaning and is in very poor condition. The concrete is also in very bad condition and needs to be removed and replaced. The Parks and Recreation Department requested quotes to replace the shelter and received a quote for the building supplies, freight and labor from Northland Recreation for a cost of $36,855.15. This quote is an NJPA Contract bid which is a purchasing organization that the City of Faribault is a member of and is similar to the state bid contract. Quotes were also solicited to replace the concrete slab under the shelter. The lowest quote is from Thompson Concrete & Masonry for $12,490.50. In the 2018 CIP, $50,000 was budgeted for this project.

Councilmember Underdahl questioned if removal of the current shelter and concrete was part of the quote as it was not shown in the quote documents. Peanasky will follow-up with Northland Recreation and Thompson Concrete to verify that the quotes included removal of the shelter and concrete. If removal is not included Peanasky will bring an updated request to the Council at the next meeting.

Motion by Underdahl, seconded by Rowan to approve the Quote to Replace Picnic Shelter #2 at North Alexander Park contingent that the contractors remove the shelter and concrete as part of the current quotes and carried unanimously.

Boards and Commissions Reports, Announcements and Project Updates
Councilmember Cap asked Peanasky if there are any plans for the bathrooms at North Alexander Park. Peanasky stated that portions of the bathroom were rebuilt a few years ago. The bathrooms 2018-03-13 City Council Meeting Minutes

are also on the 5-year improvement plan. Cap also asked if there has been any collaboration with Rice County to repair the bathrooms, Peanasky explained that Rice County repairs their own bathrooms and the City would be responsible to repair the City bathrooms. Mayor Voracek stated that there is a North Alexander Park meeting and that the bathroom repair is on the Rice County plan.

Adjournment
Motion by Viscomi, seconded by Ross to adjourn the regular meeting of the Faribault City Council at 6:16 pm.

Meeting adjourned at 6:16 pm. Respectfully Submitted,

_______________________________________ Heather Slechta
Assistant to the City Administrator

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2018-03-13 City Council Meeting Minutes



Request for Council Action


TO: Mayor and City Council
THROUGH: Tim Murray, City Administrator
FROM: Karla McCall, Finance Director
MEETING DATE: March 27, 2018
SUBJECT: List of Claims

Background:

A copy of the list of claims is available for City Council review through the City Administrator, in the amount of $988,167.14 which includes check number 160534 to 160665.

The description line for each claim provides information to assist readers in understanding the purpose of the purchase and the department making the purchase. Initials of the department making the purchase are included in the description when possible. At the bottom of each page is a key, listing the primary funds to help identify the fund associated with the claim.

Recommendation:

It is recommended the City Council approve the attached List of Claims.

Attachment:

List of Claims.

AP
AP Council Approval 03-27-2018


User: klang
Printed: 3/22/2018 4:00:47 PM

 


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160550 5 Star Inspections Inc 101-42400-420-43090 -615.80 20% Contract Electrical Inspections - 02/25/18 - 03/10/18
160550 5 Star Inspections Inc 101-42400-420-43090 3,079.00 Contract Electrical Inspections - 02/25/18 - 03/10/18
5 Star Inspections Inc 2,463.20
0 ABM Equipment & Supply, LLC 431-43121-430-45500 93,489.98 PB B-5 Patcher #HPB-1653-17 & BH-3012-17
0 ABM Equipment & Supply, LLC 431-00000-410-39101 -3,000.00 Trade In 1986 - IHC-S1700
ABM Equipment & Supply, LLC 90,489.98
160551 Airgas USA, LLC 101-43126-430-44160 55.56 Oxygen & Acetylene Tank Rental
Airgas USA, LLC 55.56
160552 Allina Health System 101-41800-410-43090 110.00 Employee Drug/Alcohol Testing
Allina Health System 110.00
160553 Amazon Capital Services 602-49480-000-43140 119.50 Book & Workbook for Boilers - WWTP
160553 Amazon Capital Services 101-41510-410-42410 388.82 Grey Settee Banch for Finance Director Office
Amazon Capital Services 508.32
160554 American Library Association 224-45500-450-44330 263.00 Membership Dues Delane James
American Library Association 263.00
160555 American Red Cross 101-45160-450-43090 112.00 Babysitter Training Certifications - Com Center
American Red Cross 112.00
160556 Anderka Orland 101-42110-420-44010 680.00 Cut Counter Top,Removed Base Cabinet,Paint -PD

check numbe last name acct 1 amount description

Anderka Orland 680.00
160557 APG Media of Southern Minnesota LLC 101-41110-410-43510 60.00 Hearing-Annexation of 1101 Faribault Rd - Hughs
160557 APG Media of Southern Minnesota LLC 101-41110-410-43510 60.00 Public Hearing - Fence & Shed Regulations
160557 APG Media of Southern Minnesota LLC 240-46210-460-43510 60.00 Public Hearing - Modifications to 2011 Business Subsidy Policy
160557 APG Media of Southern Minnesota LLC 101-41800-410-43410 1,490.45 Employment Ad - Fire Maintenance Inspector
160557 APG Media of Southern Minnesota LLC 101-41110-410-43510 440.00 Council & Joint Agendas
160557 APG Media of Southern Minnesota LLC 601-49430-000-43410 543.10 Employment Ad - Water Operator
160557 APG Media of Southern Minnesota LLC 101-41800-410-43410 1,612.87 Employment Ad - Light Duty Custodian
160557 APG Media of Southern Minnesota LLC 470-43121-430-45300 332.60 (2019-Hwy 60) Open House
160557 APG Media of Southern Minnesota LLC 101-41800-410-43410 1,735.09 Employment Ad - Building Operator
160557 APG Media of Southern Minnesota LLC 240-46210-460-43410 1,490.45 Employment Ad - Economic Development Coordinator
160557 APG Media of Southern Minnesota LLC 469-43121-430-45303 150.00 (2018-03) Bid Advertisement
160557 APG Media of Southern Minnesota LLC 401-43121-430-44050 150.00 (2018-01) Bid Advertisement
160557 APG Media of Southern Minnesota LLC 224-45500-450-43410 1,698.88 Employment Ad - Library Page,Process Aide
160557 APG Media of Southern Minnesota LLC 101-41800-410-43410 764.49 Employment Ad - Accounting Technician
APG Media of Southern Minnesota LLC 10,587.93
160558 Aspen Mills 101-42123-420-42180 342.78 Uniform Pants,Shirt M Krenik - PD
160558 Aspen Mills 101-42123-420-42180 82.43 Uniform Pants E Sammon - PD
160558 Aspen Mills 101-42123-420-42180 853.60 Uniform Pants,Shirt A Marvin - PD
160558 Aspen Mills 101-42123-420-42180 866.59 Body Armor A Anderson - PD
160558 Aspen Mills 101-42123-420-42180 241.97 Uniform Shirt & Accessories C Spicer - PD
160558 Aspen Mills 101-42123-420-42180 866.59 Body Armor M Krenik - PD
160558 Aspen Mills 101-42123-420-42180 393.58 Uniform Pants,Shirt K Christensen - PD
160558 Aspen Mills 101-42123-420-42180 105.20 Jacket C Spicer - PD
160558 Aspen Mills 101-42123-420-42180 167.63 Uniform Shirt K Christensen - PD
Aspen Mills 3,920.37
160559 Baker & Taylor Entertainment 224-45500-450-42190 165.14 Books
160559 Baker & Taylor Entertainment 224-45500-450-42190 164.00 Books
Baker & Taylor Entertainment 329.14
160560 Barta Machine LLC 101-43121-430-42210 158.20 Snow Plow Shaft Street #307
Barta Machine LLC 158.20
160561 Becker Joni 101-43121-430-44450 50.00 Mailbox Reimbursement

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Becker Joni 50.00
160562 Bergan KDV 602-49480-000-43010 680.00 Audit Services Progress Billing 12/31/17
160562 Bergan KDV 602-49450-000-43010 680.00 Audit Services Progress Billing 12/31/17
160562 Bergan KDV 601-49430-000-43010 1,360.00 Audit Services Progress Billing 12/31/17
160562 Bergan KDV 101-41510-410-43010 4,920.00 Audit Services Progress Billing 12/31/17
160562 Bergan KDV 224-45500-450-43010 200.00 Audit Services Progress Billing 12/31/17
160562 Bergan KDV 603-49500-000-43010 160.00 Audit Services Progress Billing 12/31/17
Bergan KDV 8,000.00
160563 Bramley Brian 101-42220-420-42170 108.56 MSA Cleaning Solution - FD
Bramley Brian 108.56
160564 Brownells Inc 101-42123-420-42110 77.49 T Shirt Squares,Cotton Knit Rags,Sling - PD
Brownells Inc 77.49
160565 Bug Busters Inc 898-46310-000-44010 40.00 #210 Cockroach Treatment - RW
Bug Busters Inc 40.00
0 Burbank Jeffrey 101-42121-420-43310 36.50 Meals for Midwest Gang Investigators Training
Burbank Jeffrey 36.50
160566 Calvin Brendemuehl Welding & Metal Fabrication Inc 101-45200-450-42410 86.75 Wood Shop Sander Stand - Parks
Calvin Brendemuehl Welding & Metal Fabrication Inc 86.75
160567 Cargill Incorporated 101-43125-430-42160 7,316.80 Deicer Salt
160567 Cargill Incorporated 101-43125-430-42160 3,120.47 Deicer Salt
Cargill Incorporated 10,437.27
160568 Carlson Dettmann Consulting 101-41800-410-43090 6,000.00 Employee Compensation Study Invoice 3 of 5
Carlson Dettmann Consulting 6,000.00
160569 Cengage Learning Inc 224-45500-450-42190 21.44 Books

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Cengage Learning Inc 21.44
160542 CenturyLink 101-41940-410-43210 137.84 507-332-2400 Long Distance
160541 CenturyLink 602-49450-000-43210 38.32 507-333-2530
160541 CenturyLink 602-49450-000-43210 38.32 507-333-2548
160541 CenturyLink 101-42210-420-43210 80.09 507-334-0486
160541 CenturyLink 225-49810-430-43210 38.32 507-334-3495 Airport
160541 CenturyLink 101-45110-450-43210 52.33 507-333-4435 FFAC
160541 CenturyLink 225-49810-430-43210 38.32 507-334-7494 Airport
160541 CenturyLink 101-45170-450-43210 38.32 507-332-6919
160541 CenturyLink 602-49450-000-43210 38.32 507-334-0574
160541 CenturyLink 101-41940-410-43210 76.64 507-332-9027
160541 CenturyLink 602-49450-000-43210 38.32 507-334-2013
160541 CenturyLink 602-49450-000-43210 38.32 507-334-2308 Lift Station
160541 CenturyLink 101-41940-410-43210 38.32 507-334-8409
160541 CenturyLink 101-43110-430-43210 114.96 507-333-3918
160541 CenturyLink 101-45170-450-43210 41.77 507-332-0886
160541 CenturyLink 101-41940-410-43210 114.96 507-334-0649
160541 CenturyLink 602-49450-000-43210 38.32 507-334-2185 Lift Station
160541 CenturyLink 602-49450-000-43210 38.32 507-333-2550
160534 CenturyLink 101-41940-410-43210 325.00 507 F17-0266
160541 CenturyLink 224-45500-450-43210 46.94 507-334-0138 Elevator Phone
160541 CenturyLink 101-45126-450-43210 52.33 507-333-0920
CenturyLink 1,464.38
0 Cintas Corporation 101-45200-450-44060 39.41 Uniform Cleaning - Parks
0 Cintas Corporation 101-45200-450-44060 39.41 Uniform Cleaning - Parks
0 Cintas Corporation 101-45200-450-44060 39.41 Uniform Cleaning - Parks
0 Cintas Corporation 101-41940-410-44060 11.98 Dust Mops,Towels - City Hall
0 Cintas Corporation 602-49480-000-44060 40.04 Uniform Cleaning-WWTP
0 Cintas Corporation 601-49430-000-44060 21.03 Uniform Cleaning-Water
0 Cintas Corporation 603-49500-000-44060 3.18 Uniform Cleaning-Storm
0 Cintas Corporation 101-43126-430-44060 47.26 Uniform Cleaning-Eq Maint
0 Cintas Corporation 601-49430-000-44060 14.86 Laundry Services PWF
0 Cintas Corporation 101-43121-430-44060 17.66 Uniform Cleaning-Street
0 Cintas Corporation 603-49500-000-44060 2.10 Laundry Services PWF
0 Cintas Corporation 101-43121-430-44060 142.74 Laundry Services PWF
0 Cintas Corporation 602-49450-000-44060 14.86 Laundry Services PWF
0 Cintas Corporation 602-49450-000-44060 22.57 Uniform Cleaning-Utilities
0 Cintas Corporation 602-49480-000-44060 45.54 Uniform Cleaning
0 Cintas Corporation 601-49430-000-44060 21.03 Uniform Cleaning

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0 Cintas Corporation 101-43121-430-44060 17.66 Uniform Cleaning
0 Cintas Corporation 602-49480-000-44060 24.08 Laundry Services WRF
0 Cintas Corporation 101-43126-430-44060 47.26 Uniform Cleaning
0 Cintas Corporation 603-49500-000-44060 3.18 Uniform Cleaning
0 Cintas Corporation 602-49450-000-44060 22.57 Uniform Cleaning
Cintas Corporation 637.83
160570 City of Faribault 873-49499-000-43090 594.00 Roberds Lake Billing Fee-February
160570 City of Faribault 873-49499-000-43850 2,183.06 Roberds Lake SIU Bill-February
160535 City of Faribault 241-46330-461-43820 6.28 005090-137 1536 Western Final - 02/23/18
160535 City of Faribault 241-46330-461-43850 61.20 019842-000 1536 Western Final - 02/01/18
160535 City of Faribault 241-46330-461-43850 7.12 005090-137 1536 Western Final - 02/23/18
160535 City of Faribault 241-46330-461-43820 40.77 019842-000 1536 Western Final - 02/01/18
160570 City of Faribault 241-46330-461-43850 8.68 005090-136 1530 Western Vacant 02/28/18
160570 City of Faribault 241-46330-461-43820 7.37 005090-136 1530 Western Vacant 02/28/18
160570 City of Faribault 241-46330-461-43820 1.71 005090-139 910 1 St SW Vacant 02/28/18
160570 City of Faribault 241-46330-461-43820 9.52 005090-138 1532 Western Vacant 10/30/17
160570 City of Faribault 241-46330-461-43850 14.71 005090-138 1532 Western Vacant 10/30/17
160570 City of Faribault 241-46330-461-43850 2.17 005090-139 910 1 St SW Vacant 02/28/18
160535 City of Faribault 241-46330-461-43820 7.21 005090-003 1528 Western Ave
160535 City of Faribault 225-49810-430-43860 158.38 005003-004 3401 Hwy 21 W
160535 City of Faribault 211-46310-460-43850 31.80 005003-000 16 1 St SE
160535 City of Faribault 241-46330-461-43860 7.21 005090-001 920 1 St SW
160535 City of Faribault 602-49480-000-43820 7.21 005003-022 214 14 St NE
160535 City of Faribault 225-49810-430-43850 8.36 005003-005 Airport Terminal
160535 City of Faribault 225-49810-430-43820 22.11 005003-004 3401 Hwy 21 W
160535 City of Faribault 602-49480-000-43820 14.65 005003-023 214 14 St NE
160535 City of Faribault 241-46330-461-43860 13.79 005090-007 1806 Shumway Ave
160535 City of Faribault 211-46310-460-43820 7.42 005003-015 24 Division St W
160535 City of Faribault 898-46310-000-43850 287.67 014197-000 1324 Prairie Ave
160535 City of Faribault 241-46330-461-43860 25.57 005090-026 1526 Western Ave
160535 City of Faribault 602-49480-000-43820 5,453.53 005003-019 214 14 St NE
160535 City of Faribault 101-45127-450-43820 12.96 005003-043 705 17 St SW
160535 City of Faribault 241-46330-461-43860 12.73 005090-000 910 1 St SW
160535 City of Faribault 241-46330-461-43820 7.21 005090-016 1814 Shumway Ave
160535 City of Faribault 898-46310-000-43820 137.09 014197-000 1324 Prairie Ave
160535 City of Faribault 602-49480-000-43860 130.53 005003-019 214 14 St NE
160535 City of Faribault 211-46310-460-43860 3.80 005003-012 13 1 Ave SW
160535 City of Faribault 211-46310-460-43860 3.80 005003-014 30 Division St W
160535 City of Faribault 211-46310-460-43860 3.80 005003-000 16 1 St SE
160535 City of Faribault 898-46310-000-43860 45.83 014197-000 1324 Prairie Ave
160535 City of Faribault 211-46310-460-43820 17.50 005003-000 16 1 St SE

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160535 City of Faribault 101-45127-450-43860 21.01 005003-043 705 17 St SW
160535 City of Faribault 101-45127-450-43850 8.32 005003-043 705 17 St SW
160535 City of Faribault 101-45127-450-43820 14.65 005003-030 705 17 St SW-Irrig
160535 City of Faribault 211-46310-460-43860 3.80 005003-015 24 Division St W
160535 City of Faribault 211-46310-460-43860 3.80 005003-013 15 1 Ave SW
160535 City of Faribault 241-46330-461-43820 7.21 005090-000 910 1 St SW
160535 City of Faribault 211-46310-460-43850 8.80 005003-015 24 Division St W
160535 City of Faribault 241-46330-461-43820 7.21 005090-006 1810 Shumway Ave
160535 City of Faribault 241-46330-461-43820 7.21 005090-004 1818 Shumway Ave
160535 City of Faribault 241-46330-461-43820 7.21 005090-007 1806 Shumway Ave
160535 City of Faribault 241-46330-461-43820 7.21 005090-026 1526 Western Ave
160535 City of Faribault 211-46310-460-43820 0.53 005003-012 13 1 Ave SW
160535 City of Faribault 225-49810-430-43820 7.23 005003-005 Airport Terminal
160535 City of Faribault 225-49810-430-43850 38.43 005003-004 3401 Hwy 21 W
160535 City of Faribault 211-46310-460-43820 0.53 005003-013 15 1 Ave SW
City of Faribault 9,499.90
160571 City of St Paul 101-42123-420-43140 229.00 Background Investigations for Public Safety - J Gramling - PD
City of St Paul 229.00
160572 Community Co-op Oil Assn 101-43121-430-42120 119.37 Diesel Fuel Street #203
160572 Community Co-op Oil Assn 101-00000-000-15520 4,290.00 Diesel Fuel - City Vehicles & Equipment
160572 Community Co-op Oil Assn 101-43121-430-44040 92.00 Diesel Fuel Street #203
160572 Community Co-op Oil Assn 101-42220-420-42120 14.42 Fuel for Truck - FD
160572 Community Co-op Oil Assn 101-42220-420-42120 23.89 Fuel for Truck - FD
160572 Community Co-op Oil Assn 101-43170-430-42110 34.90 LP for Bertha Torch - Streets
Community Co-op Oil Assn 4,574.58
160573 Computer Integration Technologies Inc 101-41580-410-43090 2,526.00 Monthly IT Support Service - MIS
Computer Integration Technologies Inc 2,526.00
160543 Consolidated Communications 101-42110-420-43210 618.38 T1 Phone Line/Long Distance - PD
160543 Consolidated Communications 601-49430-000-43250 28.04 Data Lines - Water
160543 Consolidated Communications 225-49810-430-43250 80.17 DSL/TV - Airport
160543 Consolidated Communications 101-42110-420-43250 54.97 DSL Line - PD
160543 Consolidated Communications 101-43121-430-43250 269.41 Data Lines - Street
160543 Consolidated Communications 602-49450-000-43250 28.04 Data Lines - Utilities
160543 Consolidated Communications 603-49500-000-43250 3.99 Data Lines - Stormwater
160543 Consolidated Communications 101-41580-410-44160 246.58 MetroLan Data - City Hall

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Consolidated Communications 1,329.58
160574 Cope Eric and Emily 241-46330-461-44700 31.79 Security Deposit Interest Refund 1530 Western Ave
160574 Cope Eric and Emily 241-00000-000-22000 82.40 Security Deposit Refund 1530 Western Ave
Cope Eric and Emily 114.19
160575 Core & Main LP 601-49430-000-42420 691.57 Batteries for Meter Radio Read System Backup Power
160575 Core & Main LP 602-49450-000-42420 691.58 Batteries for Meter Radio Read System Backup Power
Core & Main LP 1,383.15
160576 CoreLogic SafeRent 241-46330-461-43090 27.28 Credit & Background Checks (2)
CoreLogic SafeRent 27.28
160577 CRI Environmental Solutions 603-49500-000-43090 136.75 Granular Recycle Drum Replacement
CRI Environmental Solutions 136.75
160578 Culligan 224-45500-450-42110 -14.50 Overpayment Solar Salt - Library
160578 Culligan 224-45500-450-44160 35.00 Drinking Water Equipment Rental - Library
160578 Culligan 602-49480-000-44160 87.00 Water Softner Rental - WWTP
160578 Culligan 101-45122-450-44160 34.00 Drinking Water Equipment Rental
160578 Culligan 101-45200-450-44045 126.14 Water Softener Repairs
160578 Culligan 898-46310-000-44010 88.00 50 Lb Solar Salt (10) - February - RW
160578 Culligan 101-45122-450-42230 70.50 Solar Salt - Com Center
Culligan 426.14
160579 Dalco 101-42110-420-42230 109.49 Air Care,Enmotion Towels - PD
Dalco 109.49
160580 Dell Marketing LP 601-49430-000-42420 2,208.63 2 Computers - Water
160580 Dell Marketing LP 602-49450-000-42420 1,104.32 Computer - Utilities
160580 Dell Marketing LP 101-42220-420-42420 624.02 Dell Latitude Laptop - Fire/Prop Maintenance Inspector
160580 Dell Marketing LP 101-42400-420-42420 624.02 Dell Latitude Laptop - Fire/Prop Maintenance Inspector
160580 Dell Marketing LP 101-45110-450-42020 163.39 Dell Monitor
Dell Marketing LP 4,724.38

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160581 Department of Human Services 101-43121-430-43090 877.50 Street Cleaning Crew-February
Department of Human Services 877.50
160536 Deputy Registrar 431-43121-430-45400 4,635.34 Registration/Plates 2018 Freightliner #1280
Deputy Registrar 4,635.34
160582 Dodge County Independent 101-41800-410-43410 85.00 Employment Ads - Light Duty Custodian
160582 Dodge County Independent 101-41800-410-43410 170.00 Employment Ads - Fire Maintenance Inspector
160582 Dodge County Independent 101-41800-410-43410 170.00 Employment Ad - Building Official
160582 Dodge County Independent 101-41800-410-43410 85.00 Employment Ads - Accounting Technician
160582 Dodge County Independent 224-45500-450-43410 170.00 Employment Ads - Library Page
160582 Dodge County Independent 240-46210-460-43410 85.00 Employment Ads - Economic Development Coordinator
Dodge County Independent 765.00
160544 E O Johnson Company Inc-Dallas 224-45500-450-44160 141.65 Lanier LD620C Copier - Library
E O Johnson Company Inc-Dallas 141.65
0 Eckberg Lammers P.C. 101-41610-410-43045 11,503.53 Retainer/Hourly Charges - April
Eckberg Lammers P.C. 11,503.53
160583 Fame Awards 101-41800-410-44382 13.00 Engraved Plate-Ann Dwyer Retirement
Fame Awards 13.00
160584 Fareway Stores Inc #126 224-45500-450-43130 9.98 Brownies for Program - Library
160584 Fareway Stores Inc #126 290-46500-462-42115 8.98 EDA March Monthly Meeting Food
Fareway Stores Inc #126 18.96
160585 Faribault Ace Hardware 240-46210-460-42410 8.69 Scraper Bar 9"
160585 Faribault Ace Hardware 898-46310-000-42110 8.86 #211 Great Stuff Sealer
160585 Faribault Ace Hardware 898-46310-000-42110 6.37 Joint Tape
160585 Faribault Ace Hardware 101-45124-450-42110 5.47 Wall Hooks,Pipe PVC Tee - Com Center Pool
160585 Faribault Ace Hardware 898-46310-000-42110 23.80 Spray Paint, Great Stuff Window
160585 Faribault Ace Hardware 101-45124-450-42110 12.88 Pipe PVC Tees - Com Center Pool
160585 Faribault Ace Hardware 101-42110-420-42110 40.99 Spray Paint - PD
160585 Faribault Ace Hardware 101-43170-430-42410 35.99 Torch Kit - Sign Truck
160585 Faribault Ace Hardware 101-45122-450-42230 58.29 Broom, Dustpan, Cleaners, Sprayer, Tide, Tote

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160585 Faribault Ace Hardware 898-46310-000-42110 14.89 Paint Brush, Sand Sponge, Joint Compound
160585 Faribault Ace Hardware 601-49430-000-42110 17.77 Mr Clean, Mop Head, Key, Couplings-Stock
160585 Faribault Ace Hardware 602-49480-000-42110 5.93 Sealing Tape - WWTP
160585 Faribault Ace Hardware 101-42210-420-42230 3.59 2" Barrel Bolt - Gumby Suit Cabinet - FD
160585 Faribault Ace Hardware 602-49450-000-42110 4.49 Battery for Key Fob Unit #24
160585 Faribault Ace Hardware 101-42220-420-42210 0.80 Fastener for 2110 Dash
Faribault Ace Hardware 248.81
160537 Faribault Area Chamber of Commerce 101-00000-000-20300 9,521.93 Lodging Taxes - January
160586 Faribault Area Chamber of Commerce 101-41320-410-44370 350.00 Faribault Marketplace Booth - Admin
Faribault Area Chamber of Commerce 9,871.93
160587 Faribault Post Office 601-49430-000-43220 1,125.00 Utility Bill Postage
160587 Faribault Post Office 603-49500-000-43220 1,125.00 Utility Bill Postage
160587 Faribault Post Office 602-49480-000-43220 1,125.00 Utility Bill Postage
Faribault Post Office 3,375.00
0 Faribo Farm & Home Supply 101-43121-430-42110 44.55 LP for Street Truck #101 #21343
0 Faribo Farm & Home Supply 101-43126-430-42110 7.19 Hardwood Handle - Eq Maintenance
0 Faribo Farm & Home Supply 101-42220-420-42210 3.37 Pasts for 2116 Shorline Repair
0 Faribo Farm & Home Supply 101-43121-430-42110 0.90 Fitting Unit #111
0 Faribo Farm & Home Supply 101-43121-430-42110 17.99 Tordon-Stump Remover
0 Faribo Farm & Home Supply 101-43121-430-42170 74.99 Hard Hat
0 Faribo Farm & Home Supply 101-43121-430-42110 2.90 Gas for Chain Saw
Faribo Farm & Home Supply 151.89
160588 Farm & Home Publishers LTD 224-45500-450-42190 53.90 Books
Farm & Home Publishers LTD 53.90
0 Fastenal Company 101-43121-430-42210 95.27 Nuts for Snow Plows - Stock
Fastenal Company 95.27
0 FCTV 101-45160-450-44383 14,804.25 Quarterly Contribution - 2nd
FCTV 14,804.25
0 Fette Electronics Inc 101-41580-410-42020 15.99 5 Port Switch - MIS

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0 Fette Electronics Inc 101-45122-450-44010 360.00 Repaired Front Door Electronic Key Lock - Com Center
Fette Electronics Inc 375.99
160589 Foth & Van Dyke LLC 225-49810-430-45300 22,825.00 Airport Taxi Lane Pavement Engineering Services
160589 Foth & Van Dyke LLC 225-49810-430-43030 427.80 Airport General Engineering Services
160589 Foth & Van Dyke LLC 225-49810-430-45300 15,600.00 Airport Fuel Farm Engineering Services
Foth & Van Dyke LLC 38,852.80
160546 GIS Benefits 101-41800-410-43090 113.00 Cobra Administration - April
160546 GIS Benefits 101-00000-000-21716 97.50 Voluntary Prepaid Legal - April
160546 GIS Benefits 101-00000-000-21716 861.07 Accident/Critical Illness - April
160546 GIS Benefits 101-00000-000-21711 429.48 Voluntary Short Term Disability - April
160546 GIS Benefits 101-00000-000-21717 379.77 Vision Insurance Prepaid - April
160546 GIS Benefits 101-00000-000-21715 4,186.78 Dental Insurance Prepaid - April
160546 GIS Benefits 101-00000-000-21710 1,425.69 Voluntary Life Insurance Prepaid - April
GIS Benefits 7,493.29
0 Glende Michael 601-49430-000-43310 363.80 Reimburse Travel Expense-MRWA Conf Hotel/Glende & McDermott
Glende Michael 363.80
160590 Gopher Sport 101-45140-450-42110 206.85 Floor Hockey Goals & Pucks
Gopher Sport 206.85
160591 Grainger Inc 603-49500-000-42110 41.20 Lantern 6V Batteries for Spill Kits - Storm Water
Grainger Inc 41.20
160592 Harlequin Reader Service 224-45500-450-42190 21.96 Books
Harlequin Reader Service 21.96
0 Harrison Truck Centers 101-43121-430-42210 117.82 Engine Mounts Street #301
0 Harrison Truck Centers 101-43121-430-42210 200.50 Air Brakes Street #101
0 Harrison Truck Centers 101-43121-430-42210 304.95 A/C Compressor Unit #104
0 Harrison Truck Centers 101-43121-430-42210 107.52 Longstroke Brakes w/Clevis Street #413
0 Harrison Truck Centers 101-43121-430-42210 25.28 Clevis Kit Street #413
0 Harrison Truck Centers 101-43121-430-42210 10.14 Terminals Unit #318
0 Harrison Truck Centers 101-43121-430-42210 3.84 Terminals Unit #318

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Harrison Truck Centers 770.05
160593 Harry Brown's LLC 431-43121-430-45500 34,304.07 2018 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 #36CUKREC5JG309026
160593 Harry Brown's LLC 431-00000-410-39101 -6,000.00 Less Trade: 97 Ford F250 #1335
160593 Harry Brown's LLC 101-43126-430-42110 190.00 Floor Mats Unit #418
Harry Brown's LLC 28,494.07
160594 Hawkins Inc 601-49430-000-42160 644.00 Chlorine - Water Treatment
160594 Hawkins Inc 601-49430-000-42160 2,504.49 Sodium Silicate SS5 - Water Treatment
160594 Hawkins Inc 602-49480-000-42210 4,259.58 Ferric Chloride-Phosphorous Removal
160594 Hawkins Inc 601-49430-000-42160 3,554.76 Sodium Silicate SS5 for Water Treatment
160594 Hawkins Inc 602-49480-000-42160 4,546.47 Ferric Chloride-Phosphorous Removal
160594 Hawkins Inc 601-49430-000-42160 2,770.37 Sodium Silicate & Hydrofluosilicic Acid- Water Treatment
Hawkins Inc 18,279.67
160595 HD Supply Facilities Maintenance 241-46330-461-42110 1,159.78 Caulk,Floor Register,Faucet,Passage Lock
160595 HD Supply Facilities Maintenance 898-46310-000-42110 1,407.58 Light Fixtures,Faucets,Ceiling Fan,Toilet Cleaner
160595 HD Supply Facilities Maintenance 241-46330-461-42110 56.82 6 Toilet Seals
160595 HD Supply Facilities Maintenance 241-46330-461-42110 17.38 Large Thermostat Cover
HD Supply Facilities Maintenance 2,641.56
0 Heiman Fire Equipment 101-42220-420-42170 117.27 Litex Fire Gloves 4 Pair
Heiman Fire Equipment 117.27
160596 Heselton Construction LLC 601-49430-000-44050 2,688.75 Water Main Break - 1022 3 St SW
160596 Heselton Construction LLC 601-49430-000-44050 3,010.00 Water Main Break - 18 Ave & 16 St
Heselton Construction LLC 5,698.75
160597 Hubmer Sabrina 101-45160-450-43090 240.00 ASL Class Instruction - January to March
Hubmer Sabrina 240.00
0 I & S Group, Inc 437-45200-450-45200 174.00 Bidding & Contract Admin Bell Field ADA Improvements
I & S Group, Inc 174.00
160547 ICMA Retirement Trust 457 101-00000-000-21706 250.00 PR Batch 00506.03.2018 ICMA Deferred Comp

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ICMA Retirement Trust 457 250.00
160598 Innovative Office Solutions, LLC 101-42124-420-42010 25.36 Holder,Folders - PD
160598 Innovative Office Solutions, LLC 101-42110-420-42020 29.24 Ink Cartridge - PD
160598 Innovative Office Solutions, LLC 101-42110-420-42010 20.33 Wastebasket,Flag - PD
160598 Innovative Office Solutions, LLC 101-41320-410-42020 24.91 Toner - Admin
160598 Innovative Office Solutions, LLC 101-42124-420-42010 -32.02 Returned Pocket Pivot - PD
160598 Innovative Office Solutions, LLC 101-42210-420-42010 60.80 Wall Calendar,Binders,Staples,Copy Paper-FD
160598 Innovative Office Solutions, LLC 101-41510-410-42020 24.91 Toner - Finance
160598 Innovative Office Solutions, LLC 101-42124-420-42010 -40.59 Retuned Desk Rack - PD
160598 Innovative Office Solutions, LLC 101-41510-410-42010 5.50 Rubberbands - Finance
160598 Innovative Office Solutions, LLC 101-41800-410-42010 77.36 2 Pocket Portfolios for New Employees -HR
160598 Innovative Office Solutions, LLC 101-41320-410-42010 20.25 Holder, CD, 3-Ring, 25/pk & Scannned Stamp
Innovative Office Solutions, LLC 216.05
0 Internal Revenue Service 101-00000-000-21703 13,998.09 PR Batch 00506.03.2018 FICA Employee
0 Internal Revenue Service 101-00000-000-21703 13,998.09 PR Batch 00506.03.2018 FICA Employer
0 Internal Revenue Service 101-00000-000-21701 30,195.68 PR Batch 00506.03.2018 Federal Income Tax
0 Internal Revenue Service 101-00000-000-21704 5,101.66 PR Batch 00506.03.2018 Medicare Employer
0 Internal Revenue Service 101-00000-000-21704 5,101.66 PR Batch 00506.03.2018 Medicare Employee
Internal Revenue Service 68,395.18
0 Intoximeters Inc 101-42123-420-42110 185.00 PBT Mouthpieces - PD
Intoximeters Inc 185.00
160538 Jaguar Communications 101-41580-410-43250 111.65 Internet Connection Secondly Police Station
160538 Jaguar Communications 601-49430-000-43210 65.00 Internet Water Tower
Jaguar Communications 176.65
160599 Jenn Ari Group 101-43121-430-42210 236.98 Rear Overload Spring & U-Bolts Street #306
Jenn Ari Group 236.98
160600 John E Reid and Associates Inc 101-42121-420-43140 575.00 Interview & Interrogation Techniques J Alexander - PD
John E Reid and Associates Inc 575.00
0 Johnson Feed Inc 101-43125-430-42160 3,045.58 Road Salt - Deicer

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0 Johnson Feed Inc 101-43125-430-42160 3,049.12 Road Salt - Deicer
0 Johnson Feed Inc 101-43125-430-42160 2,932.30 Road Salt - Deicer
Johnson Feed Inc 9,027.00
0 Judd Tom 602-49450-000-43310 52.36 MRWA Conference Expense Reimbursements
Judd Tom 52.36
160601 Kennedy & Graven, Chartered 101-41610-410-43040 78.00 Telecommunication Matters
160601 Kennedy & Graven, Chartered 101-41610-410-43040 19.50 Notice of Legal Claim JLK fka JL
160601 Kennedy & Graven, Chartered 101-41610-410-43040 412.50 Police Department Matters
160601 Kennedy & Graven, Chartered 101-41610-410-43040 16.50 Public Works Department
160601 Kennedy & Graven, Chartered 280-46310-461-43040 16.50 2018 HRA Meetings
160601 Kennedy & Graven, Chartered 101-41610-410-43040 956.40 General Planning Matters
160601 Kennedy & Graven, Chartered 101-41610-410-43040 1,035.00 Downtown Redevelopment Matters
160601 Kennedy & Graven, Chartered 101-41610-410-43040 -59.90 General Code Enforcement Issues Credit
160601 Kennedy & Graven, Chartered 101-41610-410-43040 214.50 2009 Parkland Village Matter
160601 Kennedy & Graven, Chartered 101-41610-410-43040 66.00 General Licensing Matters
160601 Kennedy & Graven, Chartered 101-41610-410-43040 41.71 Charter Commission
160601 Kennedy & Graven, Chartered 101-41610-410-43040 685.00 Sale of Old Public Works Building
160601 Kennedy & Graven, Chartered 101-45200-450-43090 358.23 Heritage Park 2nd Add Registration
160601 Kennedy & Graven, Chartered 290-46500-462-43040 175.50 EDA Meetings
160601 Kennedy & Graven, Chartered 101-41610-410-43040 210.50 General Employment Matters
160601 Kennedy & Graven, Chartered 225-49810-430-43040 39.00 Airport Leases
160601 Kennedy & Graven, Chartered 101-41610-410-43040 1,736.50 Hughes Annexation Matter
160601 Kennedy & Graven, Chartered 101-41610-410-43040 702.00 Johnston Hall
160601 Kennedy & Graven, Chartered 101-43110-430-43040 358.23 Heritage Park 2nd Add Registration
160601 Kennedy & Graven, Chartered 101-41610-410-43040 1,769.35 General Code Enforcement Issues
160601 Kennedy & Graven, Chartered 280-46310-461-43040 409.50 General Matters
160601 Kennedy & Graven, Chartered 101-41610-410-43040 33.00 Planning Commission Meetings - 2018
160601 Kennedy & Graven, Chartered 101-41610-410-43040 561.00 City Council Meetings - 2018
160601 Kennedy & Graven, Chartered 101-41610-410-43040 137.00 Ron McDonough Subdivision
160601 Kennedy & Graven, Chartered 225-49810-430-43040 264.00 Faribault Municipal Airport
160601 Kennedy & Graven, Chartered 290-46500-462-43040 621.00 Downtown Comm Rehab Ext Bldg Imp Program
160601 Kennedy & Graven, Chartered 280-46310-461-43090 358.22 Heritage Park 2nd Add Registration
160601 Kennedy & Graven, Chartered 101-41610-410-43040 58.50 L.P. Matter
160601 Kennedy & Graven, Chartered 290-46500-462-43040 624.00 General Matters
160601 Kennedy & Graven, Chartered 290-46500-462-43040 4,460.00 River Ridge 3rd Project
160601 Kennedy & Graven, Chartered 101-41610-410-43040 1,570.50 General Matters
Kennedy & Graven, Chartered 17,927.74

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0 Kielmeyer Construction Inc 101-43121-430-42240 801.00 Class 2 Rock - Street Stock
Kielmeyer Construction Inc 801.00
160602 Kletschka Robert 101-42110-420-44010 50.00 Disconnect Power PD Evidence Room
160602 Kletschka Robert 101-43160-430-44045 1,327.76 Repair Street Lights
160602 Kletschka Robert 101-43160-430-44045 1,095.00 Repair Street Lights
160602 Kletschka Robert 101-42110-420-44010 156.68 Replaced Ballast - PD
160602 Kletschka Robert 225-49810-430-44045 495.00 Repair Airport Hangar and Parking Lot Lights
Kletschka Robert 3,124.44
160603 Knox Company 898-46310-000-42110 550.00 Knox Vault 4400 Model #4413
Knox Company 550.00
160604 Knutson Construction Services 101-00000-000-22000 55,000.00 Escrow Release-300 State Ave, Permit #2015-00879
Knutson Construction Services 55,000.00
0 Kolling Matthew 101-42121-420-43150 1,294.65 Tuition and Book Reimbursement - Police Wellness
Kolling Matthew 1,294.65
160605 Lamperts 898-46310-000-42110 88.10 Screws, Blades, Drywall, Joint Compound
Lamperts 88.10
0 Lang Jeffrey 101-43190-430-43310 290.01 Lodging,Mileage,Meals - MNDOT Concrete Plant I Class
Lang Jeffrey 290.01
160606 League of Minnesota Cities 603-49500-000-44330 965.00 Stormwater Coalition for 2018
160606 League of Minnesota Cities 101-41110-410-43140 130.00 MN Mayor Assoc (MMA) Annual Conf
League of Minnesota Cities 1,095.00
160607 League of Minnesota Cities Ins Trust 280-46310-461-43610 75.00 Municipality Liability Insurance - Auto
160607 League of Minnesota Cities Ins Trust 280-46310-461-43610 2,014.00 Municipality Liability Insurance
160607 League of Minnesota Cities Ins Trust 898-46310-000-43610 8,063.00 RWM Municipality Property Insurance
160607 League of Minnesota Cities Ins Trust 280-46310-461-43610 1,639.00 Municipality Liability Insurance - Equipment
160607 League of Minnesota Cities Ins Trust 241-46330-461-43610 28,583.00 Public Housing Property Insurance
160607 League of Minnesota Cities Ins Trust 280-46310-461-43610 632.00 Municipality Liability Insurance - Bonds

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160607 League of Minnesota Cities Ins Trust 602-49480-000-41510 4,376.00 Workers Compensation Insurance
160607 League of Minnesota Cities Ins Trust 101-45140-450-41510 568.00 Workers Compensation Insurance
160607 League of Minnesota Cities Ins Trust 101-41510-410-41510 350.00 Workers Compensation Insurance
160607 League of Minnesota Cities Ins Trust 101-43110-430-41510 95.00 Workers Compensation Insurance
160607 League of Minnesota Cities Ins Trust 601-49430-000-41510 2,140.00 Workers Compensation Insurance
160607 League of Minnesota Cities Ins Trust 101-43126-430-41510 1,236.00 Workers Compensation Insurance
160607 League of Minnesota Cities Ins Trust 101-41910-410-41510 318.00 Workers Compensation Insurance
160607 League of Minnesota Cities Ins Trust 101-45110-450-41510 547.00 Workers Compensation Insurance
160607 League of Minnesota Cities Ins Trust 101-43121-430-41510 11,575.00 Workers Compensation Insurance
160607 League of Minnesota Cities Ins Trust 101-42220-420-41510 16,319.00 Workers Compensation Insurance
160607 League of Minnesota Cities Ins Trust 101-42121-420-41510 6,626.00 Workers Compensation Insurance
160607 League of Minnesota Cities Ins Trust 101-45125-450-41510 1,579.00 Workers Compensation Insurance
160607 League of Minnesota Cities Ins Trust 101-42700-420-41510 1,178.00 Workers Compensation Insurance
160607 League of Minnesota Cities Ins Trust 101-45200-450-41510 4,668.00 Workers Compensation Insurance
160607 League of Minnesota Cities Ins Trust 101-42124-420-41510 386.00 Workers Compensation Insurance
160607 League of Minnesota Cities Ins Trust 101-45180-450-41510 59.00 Workers Compensation Insurance
160607 League of Minnesota Cities Ins Trust 101-45142-450-41510 389.00 Workers Compensation Insurance
160607 League of Minnesota Cities Ins Trust 101-42400-420-41510 342.00 Workers Compensation Insurance
160607 League of Minnesota Cities Ins Trust 101-42110-420-41510 3,893.00 Workers Compensation Insurance
160607 League of Minnesota Cities Ins Trust 101-45128-450-41510 41.00 Workers Compensation Insurance
160607 League of Minnesota Cities Ins Trust 101-41110-410-41510 16.00 Workers Compensation Insurance
160607 League of Minnesota Cities Ins Trust 224-45500-450-41510 762.00 Workers Compensation Insurance
160607 League of Minnesota Cities Ins Trust 101-45160-450-41510 27.00 Workers Compensation Insurance
160607 League of Minnesota Cities Ins Trust 101-41320-410-41510 295.00 Workers Compensation Insurance
160607 League of Minnesota Cities Ins Trust 101-41940-410-41510 618.00 Workers Compensation Insurance
160607 League of Minnesota Cities Ins Trust 101-45190-450-41510 34.00 Workers Compensation Insurance
160607 League of Minnesota Cities Ins Trust 101-45130-450-41510 204.00 Workers Compensation Insurance
160607 League of Minnesota Cities Ins Trust 101-45126-450-41510 104.00 Workers Compensation Insurance
160607 League of Minnesota Cities Ins Trust 101-41580-410-41510 111.00 Workers Compensation Insurance
160607 League of Minnesota Cities Ins Trust 101-42123-420-41510 17,990.00 Workers Compensation Insurance
160607 League of Minnesota Cities Ins Trust 101-43190-430-41510 426.00 Workers Compensation Insurance
160607 League of Minnesota Cities Ins Trust 603-49500-000-41510 1,020.00 Workers Compensation Insurance
160607 League of Minnesota Cities Ins Trust 101-45124-450-41510 492.00 Workers Compensation Insurance
160607 League of Minnesota Cities Ins Trust 101-45122-450-41510 471.00 Workers Compensation Insurance
160607 League of Minnesota Cities Ins Trust 101-41800-410-41510 167.00 Workers Compensation Insurance
160607 League of Minnesota Cities Ins Trust 240-46210-460-41510 1,034.00 Workers Compensation Insurance
160607 League of Minnesota Cities Ins Trust 101-42210-420-41510 1,902.00 Workers Compensation Insurance
160607 League of Minnesota Cities Ins Trust 602-49450-000-41510 5,559.00 Workers Compensation Insurance
160607 League of Minnesota Cities Ins Trust 290-46500-462-43610 1,211.00 EDA Municipality Liability Insurance
League of Minnesota Cities Ins Trust 130,134.00
160608 LNS Court Reporting and Captioning 101-41110-410-43090 116.00 Closed Caption 02/27/18 Council Meeting

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160608 LNS Court Reporting and Captioning 101-41110-410-43090 116.00 Closed Caption 02/13/18 Council Meeting
LNS Court Reporting and Captioning 232.00
160609 MacQueen Equipment Inc 101-43121-430-42210 458.16 Bushings Unit #203
160609 MacQueen Equipment Inc 101-43121-430-42210 -185.12 Bushings Unit #203
MacQueen Equipment Inc 273.04
160548 Madison National Life Insurance Co Inc 101-00000-000-21711 1,599.02 PR Batch 00506.03.2018 Long Term Disability
Madison National Life Insurance Co Inc 1,599.02
160610 Mail Finance Inc 101-41940-410-44160 703.26 Postage Machine Lease - 01/04/18 - 04/03/18
Mail Finance Inc 703.26
160611 Mankato Answering Service 101-41940-410-43090 192.80 Monitor Elevator Phone - City Hall
Mankato Answering Service 192.80
0 Matejcek Implement Company 101-43121-430-42210 61.34 Nuts & Bolts Street #218
0 Matejcek Implement Company 101-43121-430-42210 16.44 Bolts Street #218
Matejcek Implement Company 77.78
160612 Medtox Laboratories Inc 101-41800-410-43090 181.72 Employee Drug Testing
Medtox Laboratories Inc 181.72
160613 Metro Brush & Supply Company 101-43121-430-42110 313.13 Squeegees,Handles,Brushes - Shop Use
Metro Brush & Supply Company 313.13
160614 Mid America Meter Inc 601-49430-000-43090 362.00 West #6 Meter Test & Repair
Mid America Meter Inc 362.00
160615 Mid American Research Chemical 101-43126-430-42110 122.79 Penatrating Oil - Shop Stock
Mid American Research Chemical 122.79
160616 Midwest Tape LLC 224-45500-450-42192 78.96 DVDs

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160616 Midwest Tape LLC 224-45500-450-42192 499.88 Audio Books
160616 Midwest Tape LLC 224-45500-450-42192 32.04 Audio Books
160616 Midwest Tape LLC 224-45500-450-42192 146.94 DVDs
160616 Midwest Tape LLC 224-45500-450-42192 18.89 DVD
160616 Midwest Tape LLC 224-45500-450-42192 22.99 DVD
160616 Midwest Tape LLC 224-45500-450-42192 76.62 DVDs
160616 Midwest Tape LLC 224-45500-450-42192 45.93 Audio Books
160616 Midwest Tape LLC 224-45500-450-42192 231.94 Audio Books
160616 Midwest Tape LLC 224-45500-450-42192 79.97 DVDs
Midwest Tape LLC 1,234.16
0 Minnesota Child Support Payment Center 101-00000-000-21716 428.45 PR Batch 00506.03.2018 Child Support
Minnesota Child Support Payment Center 428.45
160617 Minnesota Department of Labor & Industry 224-45500-450-44010 100.00 Elevator Annual Operation
160618 Minnesota Department of Labor & Industry 225-49810-430-44390 100.00 Elevator ID 02912 Annual Permit
Minnesota Department of Labor & Industry 200.00
160619 Minnesota Department of Public Safety 101-42110-420-44390 21.50 Title/Registration 16-13742
160620 Minnesota Department of Public Safety 101-42110-420-44390 21.50 Title/Registration 17-444
160621 Minnesota Department of Public Safety 101-42110-420-44390 21.50 Title/Registration 17-5808
Minnesota Department of Public Safety 64.50
0 Minnesota Department of Revenue 101-00000-000-21702 14,931.84 PR Batch 00506.03.2018 State Income Tax
Minnesota Department of Revenue 14,931.84
160622 Minnesota Department of Transportation 101-43190-430-44330 19.50 Temporary Traffic Control Field Manuals
160623 Minnesota Department of Transportation 101-43190-430-43090 101.59 Material Insp/Equipment Calibration
Minnesota Department of Transportation 121.09
160624 Minnesota Multi Housing Association 240-46210-460-43140 275.00 Working Together Conf-Springer
Minnesota Multi Housing Association 275.00
0 Minnesota Valley Testing Labs Inc 602-49480-000-43090 219.20 BOD & Solids -SIU Testing
0 Minnesota Valley Testing Labs Inc 602-49480-000-43090 174.00 BOD & Solids-SIU Testing
0 Minnesota Valley Testing Labs Inc 602-49480-000-43090 315.20 BOD, Solids, Phosphorous & Nitrogen-SIU Testing

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0 Minnesota Valley Testing Labs Inc 602-49480-000-43090 152.80 BOD & Solids-SIU Testing
0 Minnesota Valley Testing Labs Inc 602-49480-000-43090 273.60 BOD & Solids -SIU Testing
0 Minnesota Valley Testing Labs Inc 602-49480-000-43090 444.40 BOD,Solids,Phosphorous,Nitrogen - SIU Testing
0 Minnesota Valley Testing Labs Inc 602-49480-000-43090 219.20 BOD & Solids-SIU Testing
Minnesota Valley Testing Labs Inc 1,798.40
160625 Mississippi Welders Supply Inc 101-43126-430-42110 167.20 Welding Wire - Shop Use
Mississippi Welders Supply Inc 167.20
160626 MN BCA Criminal Justice Training & Education Unit 101-42124-420-43140 50.00 MNJIS Basic Operators Certification
MN BCA Criminal Justice Training & Education Unit 50.00
0 MN CLN Services Inc 898-46310-000-44010 460.65 18.5 Hrs Janitorial Services - February
0 MN CLN Services Inc 241-46330-461-44010 155.63 1536 Western Ave 6.25 Hrs Cleaning
MN CLN Services Inc 616.28
0 MTI Distributing, Inc 101-45200-450-42210 198.49 Air Cleaner Assembly - Lawn Mower - Parks
MTI Distributing, Inc 198.49
0 Municipal Emergency Services Depository Account 101-42220-420-42170 483.80 Fire Apparel GORE Particulate Hood (5)
Municipal Emergency Services Depository Account 483.80
160627 Napa Auto Parts 101-45200-450-42210 6.49 Paint Park #68
160627 Napa Auto Parts 101-43121-430-42210 1.20 Bolts Street #298
160627 Napa Auto Parts 101-43121-430-42210 1.56 Bolts Street #298
160627 Napa Auto Parts 101-43121-430-42210 21.99 Radio Antenna Street #298
160627 Napa Auto Parts 101-43126-430-42110 14.99 Gloves - Shop Use
160627 Napa Auto Parts 101-43121-430-42210 2.76 Oil Drain Plug Street #407
160627 Napa Auto Parts 101-43121-430-42210 15.44 Rocker Switch Street #101
160627 Napa Auto Parts 101-43121-430-42210 -15.44 Returned Rocker Switch Street #101
160627 Napa Auto Parts 101-43121-430-42210 -210.00 A/C Compressor-Unit #104
160627 Napa Auto Parts 101-43121-430-42210 0.94 O-Rings-Unit #104
160627 Napa Auto Parts 101-42123-420-42210 8.44 Filters & Bulbs-Stock
160627 Napa Auto Parts 602-49480-000-42210 4.75 Filter for UV System
160627 Napa Auto Parts 101-45200-450-42210 16.88 Filters & Bulbs-Stock
160627 Napa Auto Parts 601-49430-000-42210 12.65 Filters & Bulbs-Stock
160627 Napa Auto Parts 602-49450-000-42210 12.65 Filters & Bulbs-Stock

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160627 Napa Auto Parts 101-43121-430-42210 33.74 Filters & Bulbs-Stock
160627 Napa Auto Parts 101-42220-420-42110 5.89 Drill Bit
160627 Napa Auto Parts 101-42123-420-42210 1.18 Filters-Stock
160627 Napa Auto Parts 101-45200-450-42210 2.35 Filters-Stock
160627 Napa Auto Parts 601-49430-000-42210 1.77 Filters-Stock
160627 Napa Auto Parts 602-49450-000-42210 1.77 Filters-Stock
160627 Napa Auto Parts 101-43121-430-42210 4.72 Filters-Stock
160627 Napa Auto Parts 603-49500-000-42210 25.36 Coupler & Plug for Sewer Jet
160627 Napa Auto Parts 101-42220-420-42110 17.85 Drill Bits
160627 Napa Auto Parts 101-42220-420-42210 21.39 2116 Air Hose
160627 Napa Auto Parts 101-43126-430-42110 6.49 Paint-Stock
160627 Napa Auto Parts 101-43121-430-42210 108.00 LED Stinger Flashlight-Unit #418
160627 Napa Auto Parts 101-43126-430-42110 108.00 LED Stinger Flashlight
Napa Auto Parts 233.81
160549 NCPERS Minnesota - 460000 101-00000-000-21710 272.00 PR Batch 00506.03.2018 PERA Life Insurance
NCPERS Minnesota - 460000 272.00
0 Northern Safety Technology Inc 101-42123-420-42210 109.00 Seatbelt Retractor
0 Northern Safety Technology Inc 101-43121-430-42210 73.08 Base Strobe Tube Unit #111
0 Northern Safety Technology Inc 101-43121-430-42210 328.86 Mini Century 23" Amber Perm Mt Unit #418
0 Northern Safety Technology Inc 101-43121-430-42210 347.42 Super LED Beacon Unit #111
Northern Safety Technology Inc 858.36
0 Olson Terence 101-42400-420-43140 12.84 Riverbend Bldg Inspectors March Meeting
Olson Terence 12.84
160628 On Target A & M Inc 601-49430-000-43090 135.50 Utility Bill Insertion
160628 On Target A & M Inc 602-49480-000-43090 135.50 Utility Bill Insertion
160628 On Target A & M Inc 603-49500-000-43090 135.50 Utility Bill Insertion
On Target A & M Inc 406.50
0 Orchard Trust Company 101-00000-000-21706 6,772.88 PR Batch 00506.03.2018 MN Deferred Comp
0 Orchard Trust Company 101-00000-000-21706 470.00 PR Batch 00506.03.2018 Roth Deferred Compensation
Orchard Trust Company 7,242.88
160629 Owatonna Heating & Cooling Inc 225-49810-430-44045 1,462.04 Repair Hanging Heater - Airport

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Owatonna Heating & Cooling Inc 1,462.04
160630 Paape Companies Inc 603-49500-000-44010 55.66 Install New Air Drier - PWF
160630 Paape Companies Inc 601-49430-000-44010 391.46 Install New Air Drier - PWF
160630 Paape Companies Inc 602-49450-000-44010 391.46 Install New Air Drier - PWF
160630 Paape Companies Inc 101-43121-430-44010 3,761.42 Install New Air Drier - PWF
Paape Companies Inc 4,600.00
160631 Paradise Center for the Arts 101-45160-450-44383 1,000.00 1st Half Faribault Art Center
Paradise Center for the Arts 1,000.00
0 Petersen Jed 601-49430-000-43310 181.90 Reimburse Travel Expense-MRWA Conf Hotel
Petersen Jed 181.90
160632 Phone Station Inc 101-42110-420-44010 42.50 Updated Phone Extensions
160632 Phone Station Inc 225-49810-430-44045 92.88 Airport Phone Lines
Phone Station Inc 135.38
160633 PJJ Development 101-00000-000-22000 3,500.00 Jandro 3rd Addition Plat/Final Escrow Release
PJJ Development 3,500.00
160634 Power Plan OIB 101-43121-430-42210 193.07 Stop Lights Street #298
Power Plan OIB 193.07
0 Property Pros 241-46330-461-44010 29.08 1536 Western Sherwin Wm Spackle
0 Property Pros 241-46330-461-44010 19.00 904 C Spring Rd Cabinet Door Repair
0 Property Pros 241-46330-461-44010 931.00 1536 Western Haul Items to Garage for Storage
0 Property Pros 241-46330-461-42110 176.35 1536 Western Sherwin Wm Paint
0 Property Pros 241-46330-461-44010 19.00 904 C Spring Rd Toilet Repair
0 Property Pros 241-46330-461-44010 38.00 Remove Glass at Western Ave
0 Property Pros 241-46330-461-44010 152.00 1536 Western Remove & Dispose Items Stored
0 Property Pros 241-46330-461-44010 19.00 1528 Western Install Window Crank
Property Pros 1,383.43
0 Public Employees Retirement Association 101-00000-000-21705 20,918.18 PR Batch 00506.03.2018 PERA Police & Fire

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0 Public Employees Retirement Association 101-00000-000-21705 155.65 PR Batch 00506.03.2018 PERA Defined
0 Public Employees Retirement Association 101-00000-000-21705 155.65 PR Batch 00506.03.2018 PERA Defined
0 Public Employees Retirement Association 101-00000-000-21705 13,945.46 PR Batch 00506.03.2018 PERA Police & Fire
0 Public Employees Retirement Association 101-00000-000-21705 14,749.16 PR Batch 00506.03.2018 PERA Coordinated
0 Public Employees Retirement Association 101-00000-000-21705 17,018.28 PR Batch 00506.03.2018 PERA Coordinated
Public Employees Retirement Association 66,942.38
0 Quality Aviation Inc 225-49810-430-43090 1,416.67 Management Agreement
0 Quality Aviation Inc 225-49810-430-43090 2,083.33 Maintenance Agreement
Quality Aviation Inc 3,500.00
160635 R.A.W. Construction LLC 241-46330-461-44010 920.00 49 Units-Plow, Shovel, Sand 2/25
160635 R.A.W. Construction LLC 211-46310-460-44010 100.00 16 1 St SE, 24 Div-Plow Drive, Walks 2/25
160635 R.A.W. Construction LLC 898-46310-000-44010 400.00 Plow 2/25 Parking Lot, Walks, Sand, Shovel
160635 R.A.W. Construction LLC 241-46330-461-44010 655.00 49 Units-Blow Snow Back, Clean Off Decks
160635 R.A.W. Construction LLC 241-46330-461-44010 920.00 49 Units Plow & Shovel, Sand 3/6/18
160635 R.A.W. Construction LLC 898-46310-000-44010 400.00 Plow 3/6/18 Parking Lot, Walks, Sand, Shovel
160635 R.A.W. Construction LLC 211-46310-460-44010 100.00 16 SE 1 St, 24 Division-Plow Drives & Walks 3/6/18
R.A.W. Construction LLC 3,495.00
160636 Recreonics 101-45124-450-42410 188.09 Pool Lane Lines - Com Center Pool
Recreonics 188.09
160637 Rice County 873-49499-000-44371 5,449.20 Roberds Lake Sewer Collected-February
Rice County 5,449.20
160638 Rice County Activity Center 224-45500-450-44010 142.32 Entry,Toy,Chair,Table Cleaning - Library
160638 Rice County Activity Center 601-49430-000-42230 2.04 Garbage Bags-PWF
160638 Rice County Activity Center 603-49500-000-42230 0.30 Garbage Bags-PWF
160638 Rice County Activity Center 101-43121-430-42230 19.62 Garbage Bags-PWF
160638 Rice County Activity Center 602-49450-000-42230 2.04 Garbage Bags-PWF
Rice County Activity Center 166.32
160639 Rice County Environmental Services - Solid Waste 241-46330-461-44010 60.00 1536 Western Mattress Disposal
160639 Rice County Environmental Services - Solid Waste 241-46330-461-44010 15.00 1536 Western CRT Disposal
160639 Rice County Environmental Services - Solid Waste 241-46330-461-44010 29.48 1536 Western Waste Disposal
160639 Rice County Environmental Services - Solid Waste 602-49480-000-43840 120.00 UV Bulb Disposal

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Rice County Environmental Services - Solid Waste 224.48
160640 Schema Farms Custom Work LLC 101-43125-430-44160 936.00 Snow Removal 3/6/18; 9 Hrs @ $104
160640 Schema Farms Custom Work LLC 101-43125-430-44160 945.00 Snow Removal 3/6/18; 9 Hrs @ $105
Schema Farms Custom Work LLC 1,881.00
0 Selco 224-45500-450-42010 200.00 Bags - Library
Selco 200.00
160641 Sherwin Williams Company #3037 101-45200-450-42110 95.78 Picnic Table Paint - Parks
160641 Sherwin Williams Company #3037 898-46310-000-42110 219.07 5 Gallon Paint, Frame
Sherwin Williams Company #3037 314.85
160642 SHI 101-42400-420-42420 121.50 Microsoft Office - Fire/Property Maintenance Inspector
160642 SHI 101-42220-420-42420 121.50 Microsoft Office - Fire/Property Maintenance Inspector
160642 SHI 101-41580-410-44045 159.00 Battery for UPS Server Room - MIS
160642 SHI 602-49480-000-42020 546.57 Computer
160642 SHI 101-41580-410-42210 50.00 Rack Shelf
SHI 998.57
160643 Shred Right 101-42110-420-43090 20.25 Shredding Services
Shred Right 20.25
160644 Sirek Hydraulic Service Inc 101-45200-450-42210 194.80 Snow Plow Parts - Springs & Bolts - Parks
Sirek Hydraulic Service Inc 194.80
160645 Soilworks LLC
101-45200-450-42110 3,212.25 Soiltac® - Parks
Soilworks LLC
3,212.25
160646 SOTA 101-42123-420-43140 285.00 23rd Training Conference /DC MAAG - T Kuchinka - PD
SOTA 285.00
0 Southwest Service Cooperative 101-00000-000-11510 555.50 Carol Luczak-Dillerud Inusrance
0 Southwest Service Cooperative 101-42220-420-41310 976.25 DA Insurance

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0 Southwest Service Cooperative 101-00000-000-11510 1,311.50 DWD Insurance
0 Southwest Service Cooperative 101-00000-000-11510 555.50 Carol Luczak-Dillerud Inusrance
0 Southwest Service Cooperative 101-42123-420-41310 499.57 MH Insurance
0 Southwest Service Cooperative 101-00000-000-11510 624.50 GC Insurance
0 Southwest Service Cooperative 101-00000-000-11510 624.50 DH Insurance
0 Southwest Service Cooperative 101-00000-000-11510 124.93 MH Insurance
0 Southwest Service Cooperative 101-00000-000-11510 124.93 JH Insurance
0 Southwest Service Cooperative 101-00000-000-11510 335.25 DA Insurance
0 Southwest Service Cooperative 101-00000-000-11510 1,311.50 DP Insurance
0 Southwest Service Cooperative 101-00000-000-11510 1,777.50 BA Insurance
0 Southwest Service Cooperative 101-00000-000-11510 57.45 DD Insurance
0 Southwest Service Cooperative 101-42220-420-41310 1,352.07 RL Insurance
0 Southwest Service Cooperative 101-00000-000-11510 555.50 VH Insurance
0 Southwest Service Cooperative 101-00000-000-11510 425.43 RL Insurance
0 Southwest Service Cooperative 101-42123-420-41310 498.05 DD Insurance
0 Southwest Service Cooperative 101-00000-000-11510 624.50 ML Insurance
0 Southwest Service Cooperative 101-00000-000-21707 117,135.50 Health Insurance Premiums
0 Southwest Service Cooperative 101-42123-420-41310 499.57 JH Insurance
Southwest Service Cooperative 129,969.50
0 Spicer Cadie 101-42123-420-43310 19.08 Meins & Morrals - Meal
0 Spicer Cadie 101-42123-420-42180 164.97 Tactical Mock Neck Shirts - PD
Spicer Cadie 184.05
160647 Star Trophy & Apparel 101-42400-420-42180 61.00 Safety Yellow Jacket w/City Logo
Star Trophy & Apparel 61.00
160648 State Industrial Products 101-43121-430-42230 168.50 Enhance Plus Car Wash Soap PWF
160648 State Industrial Products 602-49450-000-42230 17.54 Enhance Plus Car Wash Soap PWF
160648 State Industrial Products 601-49430-000-42230 17.54 Enhance Plus Car Wash Soap PWF
160648 State Industrial Products 603-49500-000-42230 2.48 Enhance Plus Car Wash Soap PWF
State Industrial Products 206.06
160649 Stricker DJ & Jessica 101-42700-420-43090 301.00 Impound-February 2018
Stricker DJ & Jessica 301.00
160650 Suess Jeffrey 602-49480-000-43090 1,085.00 Flow Meter Calibration - MPCA Request - WWTP

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Suess Jeffrey 1,085.00
0 Surefire Holdings LLC 101-42123-420-42410 320.00 Remote Grip Switch (3)
Surefire Holdings LLC 320.00
160651 Tex Anderson Handyman Service 241-46330-461-44010 200.00 910 1 St SW-Chair Lift Removal
Tex Anderson Handyman Service 200.00
160652 Thomson Reuters - West 101-42121-420-43090 347.00 Nationwide Database-Investigations February
Thomson Reuters - West 347.00
160653 T-Mobile 101-42110-420-43210 66.34 Cell Phone Service - Police Administration
160653 T-Mobile 602-49450-000-43210 50.78 Cell Phone Service - Sewer Collection
160653 T-Mobile 101-42400-420-43210 51.21 Cell Phone Service - Building Codes
160653 T-Mobile 603-49500-000-43210 25.58 Cell Phone Service - Storm Water
160653 T-Mobile 101-43126-430-43210 25.51 Cell Phone Service - Equipment Maintenance
160653 T-Mobile 101-45110-450-43210 55.85 Cell Phone Service - Parks & Recreation
160653 T-Mobile 240-46210-460-43210 38.73 Cell Phone Service - Community Development
160653 T-Mobile 601-49430-000-43210 107.29 Cell Phone Service - Water
160653 T-Mobile 101-42121-420-43210 215.47 Cell Phone Service - Investigations
160653 T-Mobile 101-42210-420-43210 25.81 Cell Phone Service - Fire Administration
160653 T-Mobile 101-42123-420-43210 656.04 Cell Phone Service - Uniform Patrol
160653 T-Mobile 101-43190-430-43210 56.94 Cell Phone Service - Engineering
160653 T-Mobile 101-41940-410-43210 63.69 Cell Phone Service - Building Maintenance
160653 T-Mobile 101-41320-410-43210 17.64 Cell Phone Service - Administration
160653 T-Mobile 101-42220-420-43210 83.01 Cell Phone Service - Fire Suppression
160653 T-Mobile 101-42700-420-43210 126.95 Cell Phone Service - Police Special Services
T-Mobile 1,666.84
160654 Tom's Lock & Key, LLC 225-49810-430-44010 60.00 Repair North Shop Door - Airport
Tom's Lock & Key, LLC 60.00
160655 Turek Darrell R 101-43125-430-44160 520.00 Snow Removal 3/7/18; 9 Hrs @ $104
160655 Turek Darrell R 101-43125-430-44160 936.00 Snow Removal 3/6/18; 9 Hrs @ $104
160655 Turek Darrell R 101-43125-430-44160 936.00 Snow Removal 3/6/18; 9 Hrs @ $104
160655 Turek Darrell R 101-43125-430-44160 520.00 Snow Removal 3/7/18; 9 Hrs @ $104
160655 Turek Darrell R 101-43125-430-44160 520.00 Snow Removal 3/7/18; 9 Hrs @ $104

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Turek Darrell R 3,432.00
160656 Twin City Garage Door 101-43121-430-44010 1,668.76 Repair Door - PWF
160656 Twin City Garage Door 603-49500-000-44010 24.70 Repair Door - PWF
160656 Twin City Garage Door 602-49450-000-44010 173.67 Repair Door - PWF
160656 Twin City Garage Door 601-49430-000-44010 173.67 Repair Door - PWF
Twin City Garage Door 2,040.80
0 Uline 603-49500-000-42410 205.24 Brush/Dust Pans,Gloves,55 Gallon Container & Lid
Uline 205.24
160657 Universal Truck Equipment Inc. 101-43121-430-42210 2,114.75 Frame for BH Plow-Unit #301
Universal Truck Equipment Inc. 2,114.75
160658 UPS Store The 101-42110-420-43250 9.96 Ground Shipping
160658 UPS Store The 101-43121-430-43250 9.63 Return Part to Northern Safety Tech
UPS Store The 19.59
160659 US Bank Equipment Finance 101-43110-430-44160 181.59 Ricoh MPC3003-R Copier Rental
US Bank Equipment Finance 181.59
160660 Utility Consultants Inc 602-49480-000-43090 878.00 Sample Testing - NPDES - WWTP
160660 Utility Consultants Inc 601-49430-000-43090 225.00 Total Coliform - Monthly Bacterial Samples - Water
Utility Consultants Inc 1,103.00
160539 Verizon Wireless 101-42210-420-43210 35.01 Data-Fire Chief
160539 Verizon Wireless 101-42220-420-43210 35.01 Data Air Card-Fire Captains
160539 Verizon Wireless 224-45500-450-43210 35.01 Data-Library
160539 Verizon Wireless 601-49430-000-43210 240.65 Data Air Card-Water
160539 Verizon Wireless 101-43121-430-43210 70.02 Data Tablet-Street Sign Shop
160539 Verizon Wireless 603-49500-000-43210 245.07 Data Air Card-Storm Water
160539 Verizon Wireless 101-42123-420-43210 700.20 Data Air Card-MDC
160539 Verizon Wireless 101-41320-410-43210 35.01 Data Air Card-Administrator
160539 Verizon Wireless 101-42110-420-43210 70.02 Data-Bohlen,Severson,Pederson
160539 Verizon Wireless 602-49480-000-43210 63.76 Phones-WWTP
160539 Verizon Wireless 101-45140-450-43210 35.01 Data-Community Center Youth Sports

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160539 Verizon Wireless 602-49450-000-43210 70.02 Data Air Card-Sewer
160539 Verizon Wireless 101-41580-410-43210 35.01 Data Air Card-MIS
Verizon Wireless 1,669.80
160661 Vernon Library Supplies Inc 224-45500-450-42020 49.21 Mending Slips
Vernon Library Supplies Inc 49.21
160662 Vessco Inc 602-49480-000-42210 89.26 Seal for Grit Pump
Vessco Inc 89.26
0 Virg's Appliance Service Inc 241-46330-461-44010 65.00 1536 Western Ave Range Repair
0 Virg's Appliance Service Inc 241-46330-461-44010 65.00 1534 Western Refrigerator Gasket Labor
0 Virg's Appliance Service Inc 241-46330-461-42110 89.95 1534 Western Refrigerator Gasket
0 Virg's Appliance Service Inc 898-46310-000-44010 65.00 Dryer Heat Checked
0 Virg's Appliance Service Inc 898-46310-000-44010 65.00 #104 Range Repair
0 Virg's Appliance Service Inc 898-46310-000-44010 65.00 #204 Refrigerator Repair Gasket
Virg's Appliance Service Inc 414.95
160663 Wal-Mart 224-45500-450-42010 4.97 Painters Tape
160663 Wal-Mart 101-42220-420-42110 27.96 Car & Wall Chargers for iPad - FD
Wal-Mart 32.93
0 Wells Fargo Bank 101-42123-420-44330 50.00 PayPal-USPCA Membership Dues A Marvin - PD
0 Wells Fargo Bank 101-42123-420-44330 -50.00 PayPal-USPCA Membership Dues A Marvin - PD
0 Wells Fargo Bank 101-42123-420-44330 50.00 PayPal-USPCA Membership Dues M Thul - PD
0 Wells Fargo Bank 101-45124-450-43140 300.00 ARC-Lifeguard Instructor Training Course
0 Wells Fargo Bank 101-42110-420-43090 15.99 DuFours Cleaners-Cleaned Tablecloth - PD
0 Wells Fargo Bank 224-45500-450-42010 64.00 Replacement Ink Pads - Library
0 Wells Fargo Bank 224-45500-450-42010 47.46 Bags - Library
0 Wells Fargo Bank 224-45500-450-43130 64.87 Medals for Edible Book Festival - Library
0 Wells Fargo Bank 224-45500-450-43130 9.98 Medals for Edible Book Festival - Library
0 Wells Fargo Bank 101-42210-420-43310 350.00 GTS Ed-HSEM Gov Conference Registration-D Dienst
0 Wells Fargo Bank 101-42123-420-43140 250.00 BCA - Training - PD
0 Wells Fargo Bank 101-43170-430-42410 300.62 Chair for Sign Shop - PW
0 Wells Fargo Bank 101-45110-450-43310 42.20 SpareTime Ent-SMRPA Meeting Meal
0 Wells Fargo Bank 224-45500-450-42192 17.99 DVD - Library
0 Wells Fargo Bank 101-45110-450-43430 5.00 Facebook-Advertising for Super Sunday
0 Wells Fargo Bank 101-42220-420-43310 167.86 National Emergency Training- Capt Hansen Meal Plan

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0 Wells Fargo Bank 101-42123-420-43140 -250.00 BCA Credit - Training - PD
0 Wells Fargo Bank 101-43126-430-43140 100.00 Commercial Vehicle Inspection Recertification - Froman
0 Wells Fargo Bank 101-42210-420-43310 270.18 Doubletree-HSEM Gov Conference Lodging-D Dienst
0 Wells Fargo Bank 224-45500-450-42190 16.20 Book - Library
0 Wells Fargo Bank 101-43190-430-44330 155.00 Duchene-SWPPP Design Construction Recertification - Eng
0 Wells Fargo Bank 101-43190-430-44330 125.00 Duchene-Bridge Safety Inspection - Eng
0 Wells Fargo Bank 898-46310-000-43070 26.26 Dice Tray for Community Room - RW
Wells Fargo Bank 2,128.61
160540 Xcel Energy 225-49810-430-43830 161.41 Hangar 910 G - Rental
160540 Xcel Energy 101-43160-430-43810 50.89 1990 A Lyndale Ave Signal
160540 Xcel Energy 101-43160-430-43810 17,470.96 Street Lighting
160540 Xcel Energy 101-43160-430-43810 17.78 45 State Ave Lighting
160540 Xcel Energy 225-49810-430-43830 74.79 Hangar 910 A - City
160540 Xcel Energy 101-43160-430-43810 14.87 1690 Hwy 60 W Street Lighting
160540 Xcel Energy 225-49810-430-43830 115.55 Hangar 910 B - City
160540 Xcel Energy 101-45200-450-43810 125.38 1800 Alexander Dr - Concession Stand
160545 Xcel Energy 241-46330-461-43810 26.27 922 1 St SW - 03/07/18
160545 Xcel Energy 241-46330-461-43810 30.82 1526 Western Ave - 03/06/18
160545 Xcel Energy 241-46330-461-43830 9.82 910 1 St SW - 03/07/18
160545 Xcel Energy 241-46330-461-43830 16.48 1530 Western Ave - 03/06/18
160545 Xcel Energy 241-46330-461-43830 48.65 1536 Western Ave - 02/28/18
160545 Xcel Energy 241-46330-461-43810 5.18 910 1 St SW - 03/07/18
160545 Xcel Energy 241-46330-461-43810 14.86 1530 Western Ave - 03/06/18
160545 Xcel Energy 241-46330-461-43810 28.64 1536 Western Ave - 02/28/18
160545 Xcel Energy 101-42110-420-43810 60.87 601 1 Ave NE-Storage
160545 Xcel Energy 101-43160-430-43810 34.89 45 State Ave Lighting
160545 Xcel Energy 898-46310-000-43810 427.20 1324 Prairie Ave - 03/12/18
160545 Xcel Energy 898-46310-000-43830 1,021.46 1324 Prairie Ave - 03/12/2018
160545 Xcel Energy 601-49430-000-43810 11,497.70 303579187 824 7 St NW Water Plant #1
160545 Xcel Energy 101-43160-430-43810 276.82 302767481 210 3 St NE St Light HP
160545 Xcel Energy 101-45200-450-43830 95.58 304017445 900 Lyndale Ave N
160545 Xcel Energy 101-42110-420-43830 1,222.93 303688424 25 4th St NW
160545 Xcel Energy 101-45200-450-43810 47.76 303510224 Central Park Band Stand
160545 Xcel Energy 101-45200-450-43810 12.91 303920032 540 2nd Ave NW
160545 Xcel Energy 101-43170-430-43810 80.61 302154197 6 1/2 4 St NW
160545 Xcel Energy 101-45125-450-43810 391.06 303727721 1830 2 Ave NW Aquatic Center
160545 Xcel Energy 601-49430-000-43810 2,545.38 303929972 1904 Fairground Dr
160545 Xcel Energy 601-49430-000-43810 1,047.59 302814303 1217 Parshall Reservoir #2
160545 Xcel Energy 101-43121-430-43810 3,287.95 304051816 1200 Belview Trl
160545 Xcel Energy 601-49430-000-43830 577.23 304051816 1200 Belview Trl
160545 Xcel Energy 101-42500-420-43810 4.49 178539 2613A Hulett Court

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160545 Xcel Energy 602-49450-000-43810 37.99 303670994 1090 Cannon Circle Lift Statio
160545 Xcel Energy 101-45200-450-43810 788.21 302576466 1815 Alexander Dr
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160545 Xcel Energy 101-45122-450-43830 1,032.52 302342287 Boiler Heat Line
160545 Xcel Energy 101-43160-430-43810 181.74 303661815 495 Heritage Pl
160545 Xcel Energy 602-49450-000-43810 42.33 302772185 1150 Willow Lift Station
160545 Xcel Energy 101-43160-430-43810 41.42 304116511 800 Lyndale Ave S
160545 Xcel Energy 101-45200-450-43810 22.79 302576466 1815 Alexander Dr Security
160545 Xcel Energy 224-45500-450-43830 2,409.21 302342287 11 Division St E
160545 Xcel Energy 101-42500-420-43810 0.16 304214955 930 4th Ave NW Siren
160545 Xcel Energy 101-43170-430-43810 104.21 303691980 2219 Grant St Lift Station
160545 Xcel Energy 101-45126-450-43830 1,564.02 302971175 117 Shumway Washington Center
160545 Xcel Energy 101-45200-450-43810 16.54 303683055 100 TP Tonka Security
160545 Xcel Energy 101-45126-450-43810 21.09 302492805 117 Shumway-Washington Center
160545 Xcel Energy 101-43170-430-43810 9.34 156258 117 Shumway CD Siren
160545 Xcel Energy 101-43170-430-43810 228.25 303396625 27 Division St E Signal Light
160545 Xcel Energy 602-49480-000-43810 12.91 302940983 502 3rd Ave NW
160545 Xcel Energy 225-49810-430-43830 483.23 302165669 3041 Hwy 21 W
160545 Xcel Energy 101-43170-430-43810 130.47 303021725 126 4 St NW Signal Light
160545 Xcel Energy 603-49500-000-43810 48.65 304051816 1200 Belview Trl
160545 Xcel Energy 101-42110-420-43810 3,076.83 303688424 25 4th St NW
160545 Xcel Energy 101-45200-450-43810 23.21 175957 500 Maple Lawn Cartway
160545 Xcel Energy 602-49450-000-43830 278.52 302458578 828 8 Ave NW Park Shop
160545 Xcel Energy 101-43160-430-43810 12.91 303328788 1600 30 St NW
160545 Xcel Energy 101-45200-450-43810 12.91 303683055 100 Tee Pee Tonka Park
160545 Xcel Energy 225-49810-430-43830 700.03 302445978 3041 Hwy 21 W Hangar
160545 Xcel Energy 602-49450-000-43810 -77.87 303333605 410 Frink Ave Lift Station
160545 Xcel Energy 101-43121-430-43830 5,546.42 304051816 1200 Belview Trl
160545 Xcel Energy 101-45122-450-43810 3,055.29 303273787 15 Central Ave Load Profile
160545 Xcel Energy 101-41940-410-43830 890.38 303640982 208 1 Ave NW City Hall
160545 Xcel Energy 602-49480-000-43830 10,002.49 302858086 214 14 St NW
160545 Xcel Energy 101-43170-430-43810 131.58 302954624 400 4 St NW Signal Lights
160545 Xcel Energy 101-45127-450-43810 86.70 304160080 705 17th St SW
160545 Xcel Energy 603-49500-000-43830 82.07 304051816 1200 Belview Trl
160545 Xcel Energy 101-45200-450-43810 12.91 302496377 Lincoln Skating Rink
160545 Xcel Energy 101-42500-420-43810 9.34 146104 920 9 Ave SW CD Siren
160545 Xcel Energy 101-43170-430-43810 105.89 302531059 103 3 St NE Signal Light
160545 Xcel Energy 101-45200-450-43810 180.26 302261595 920 9 Ave SW
160545 Xcel Energy 602-49450-000-43810 342.18 304051816 1200 Belview Trl
160545 Xcel Energy 601-49430-000-43810 6,376.25 303329691 824 7 St NW Pump Water
160545 Xcel Energy 101-42500-420-43810 4.49 154013 1851 220 St E CD Siren
160545 Xcel Energy 602-49480-000-43810 13,567.48 304239286 214 14th St NE

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160545 Xcel Energy 101-43160-430-43810 43.77 304116510 1904 Grant St NW
160545 Xcel Energy 101-43160-430-43810 245.42 304157645 3305 Highway 60
160545 Xcel Energy 101-45125-450-43820 131.03 303727721 1830 2 Ave NW Aquatic Center
160545 Xcel Energy 101-43170-430-43810 66.13 303446090 1418 Divsion St W Signal Light
160545 Xcel Energy 101-42210-420-43810 813.97 302527702 122 2 St NW
160545 Xcel Energy 602-49450-000-43810 73.11 302976387 1301 Willow St Lift Station
160545 Xcel Energy 224-45500-450-43810 1,955.44 302342287 11 Division St E
160545 Xcel Energy 602-49450-000-43810 37.42 303203605 319 Lind St Lift Station
160545 Xcel Energy 101-43170-430-43810 117.50 303507016 415 8 Ave NW Signal Light
160545 Xcel Energy 101-45126-450-43810 17.03 171746 117 Shumway Lighting
160545 Xcel Energy 101-45126-450-43810 475.18 303373970 117 Shumway Load Profile
160545 Xcel Energy 101-45200-450-43810 20.34 302321102 1000 7 Ave SW-S Alex Sec
160545 Xcel Energy 101-45200-450-43810 19.72 302165394 415 2 Ave SE-Wapacuta
160545 Xcel Energy 101-42210-420-43830 1,027.25 302350193 122 2 St NW Fire Hall
160545 Xcel Energy 601-49430-000-43810 1,348.54 302568990 410 Alexander Park Well #5
160545 Xcel Energy 601-49430-000-43810 342.18 304051816 1200 Belview Trl
160545 Xcel Energy 101-45122-450-43810 30.79 154794 16 Central Ave
160545 Xcel Energy 101-42500-420-43810 9.34 164184 930 4 Ave NW
160545 Xcel Energy 602-49450-000-43810 31.41 302346525 3030 Hwy 60 W Lift Station
160545 Xcel Energy 101-45122-450-43830 541.07 303402179 16 Central Ave
160545 Xcel Energy 602-49450-000-43810 19.41 302794134 98 3 Ave NW Lift Sta
160545 Xcel Energy 224-45500-450-43810 17.45 302342287 11Division St E Sec
160545 Xcel Energy 101-43160-430-43810 161.57 304157632 1602 2nd Ave NW
160545 Xcel Energy 101-45200-450-43810 103.63 304017445 900 Lyndale Ave N
160545 Xcel Energy 101-45200-450-43810 12.91 302509929 Central Park Service
160545 Xcel Energy 101-43160-430-43810 42.21 304116512 1000 Lyndale Ave S
160545 Xcel Energy 101-43170-430-43810 194.78 303453265 1500 7 St NW Signal Light
160545 Xcel Energy 101-45200-450-43830 85.00 302627100 Jefferson Warming House
160545 Xcel Energy 601-49430-000-43810 1,631.57 302969048 350 Alexander Park Well #6
160545 Xcel Energy 601-49430-000-43830 343.81 302971552 824 7 St NW Water Works
160545 Xcel Energy 602-49450-000-43830 577.23 304051816 1200 Belview Trl
160545 Xcel Energy 601-49430-000-43830 186.17 303249854 824 7 St NW Plant #2
160545 Xcel Energy 101-41940-410-43810 1,330.17 303683323 208 1 Ave NW
160545 Xcel Energy 101-42500-420-43810 4.49 167157 1203 Parshall St
160545 Xcel Energy 101-42500-420-43810 22.14 303930334 Fairgrounds/300 Western
160545 Xcel Energy 225-49810-430-43830 25.00 302414965 3401 Hwy 21 W
160545 Xcel Energy 101-45200-450-43810 13.26 303239611 Sr High Tennis Courts
160545 Xcel Energy 101-43170-430-43810 32.98 304131503 2200 30th St NW
160545 Xcel Energy 101-43160-430-43810 12.91 304087990 510 2 Ave NW Carnival
160545 Xcel Energy 602-49450-000-43810 214.72 302458578 828 8 Ave NW Park Shop
160545 Xcel Energy 101-45200-450-43810 20.43 303659432 618 9 Ave SW Sledding Hill
160545 Xcel Energy 602-49450-000-43810 25.75 302412146 1901 7 St NW Lift Station

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Xcel Energy 105,080.48
160664 Zee Medical Service 603-49500-000-42170 20.05 First Aid Supplies - Storm Water
160664 Zee Medical Service 101-43126-430-42170 171.10 First Aid Supplies - Equip Maintenance
160664 Zee Medical Service 601-49430-000-42170 20.05 First Aid Supplies - Water
160664 Zee Medical Service 101-45200-450-42170 62.85 First Aid Supplies - Parks
160664 Zee Medical Service 101-43110-430-42170 40.65 First Aid Supplies - PW Admin
160664 Zee Medical Service 602-49450-000-42170 20.05 First Aid Supplies - Utilities
160664 Zee Medical Service 101-43121-430-42170 72.10 First Aid Supplies - Street
Zee Medical Service 406.85
160665 Ziegler Inc 101-43121-430-42210 151.67 Head Light Street #111
Ziegler Inc 151.67

 

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Request for Council Action
TO: Mayor and City Council
THROUGH: Tim Murray, City Administrator
FROM: Heather Slechta, Assistant to the City Administrator
MEETING DATE: March 27, 2018
SUBJECT: Approve Fireworks Proposal for 4th of July Celebration


Background:
Each year, the July 4th fireworks display is sponsored by the Charitable Gambling Board. The amount budgeted for 2018 is $10,925.00 to be paid out of the Charitable Gambling Fund.

One quote was received for the fireworks show scheduled for Wednesday, July 4, 2018, with an alternate rainout date of Thursday, July 5, 2018. The quote of $10,925.00 received from RES includes the following:

3”, 4”, 5”, 6” Shells 799
Barrages 7
Total Effects in Display 2344

RES Specialty Pyrotechnics, Inc. has presented the City’s fireworks display since 2013.

As required, the vendor will provide a Certificate of Liability Insurance, to be approved by the City Attorney. Staff will have a representative meet with City Staff to discuss the site plans and set up the event. The display operators will be certified pyro-technicians.

The display site is located at South Alexander Park. People will be able to view the show from both the South and North Alexander Parks and the surrounding areas.

Recommendation:
It is recommended to award the bid for the fireworks display to RES Specialty Pyrotechnics, Inc. from Belle Plaine, MN for the July 4, 2018 fireworks display, with a rainout date of July 5, 2018.


Request for Council Action

TO: Mayor and City Council
THROUGH: General Affairs Committee
Tim Murray, City Administrator
FROM: Heather Slechta, Assistant to the City Administrator
MEETING DATE: March 27, 2018
SUBJECT: Resolution 2018-053 Approve Advisory Board and Commission Member Appointments

Background:
Staff met with the General Affairs Committee on March 13, 2018. The following Board and Commissions have available opportunities for residents wishing to volunteer their skills and time to the Community.

The following residents have requested appointment:

Heidi Nelson Tourism Commission 1/31/2019
Ken Hubert Children’s Fund Board 1/31/2021

Recommendation:
It is the recommendation of the General Affairs Committee and Staff to approve Resolution 2018-053 Approve Board and Commission Appointments.

Attachments:
Resolution 2018-053
2018 Boards and Commission Listings

State of Minnesota County of Rice

CITY OF FARIBAULT

RESOLUTION #2018 - 053
APPROVE ADVISORY BOARD AND COMMISSION MEMBER APPOINTMENTS

WHEREAS, the following recommendations for the Tourism Commission and Children’s Fund Board member appointments are made in accordance with the Faribault City Code; and
WHEREAS, the following individuals are recommended for appointment as members:

Heidi Nelson Tourism Commission
Ken Hubert Children’s Fund Board

NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the City Council appoints Heidi Nelson and Ken Hubert to fill the current Board and Commission vacancies.

Date Adopted: March 27, 2018

 

 

Faribault City Council

 

Kevin F. Voracek, Mayor
ATTEST:

 

Timothy C. Murray, City Administrator


Request for Council Action

TO: Mayor and City Council
THROUGH: Tim Murray, City Administrator
FROM: Karla McCall, Finance Director
MEETING DATE: March 27, 2018
SUBJECT: Approve Estoppel Certificate for Community Solar
Services Agreement with Solar Development Lending, LLC

Background:
The City entered into multiple Community Solar Services Agreements on January 24, 2017 with SunShare, LLC for solar projects contracted with Lake Calhoun 24, LLC (Company). The City agreed to subscribe for 1,048 kw per month of solar energy, which the Company allocated as part of their overall production capacity for the subscibed solar energy projects.

SunShare, LLC assigned the Lake Calhoun24, LLC projects, and LeSun LLC holding company sold the Lake Calhoun investments to Cypress Creek Renewables Development LLC. In order for the assignment and sale of the Community Solar Services Agreement to be completed the City must approve the Estoppel Certificate that is attached to this memo.

The City Attorney reviewed and negotiated final language within the Estoppel Certificate and has approved the attached document for execution by the Mayor.

Recommendation:
Staff recommends approval of the Estoppel Certificate regarding the assignment of the Community Solar Services Agreement dated January 24, 2017 to Solar Development Lending, LLC.

Attachments:
Estoppel Certificate

ESTOPPEL CERTIFICATE
Subscription Agreements

To: Solar Development Lending, LLC (and its affiliates); and
Deutsche Bank Trust Company Americas (and its affiliates)


This certificate and consent (this “Certificate”) is being delivered in connection with (i) that certain Construction Loan Agreement, dated as of September 20, 2017, entered into by and between Solar Development Lending, LLC and LeSun LLC, as may be amended from time to time and (ii) that certain Financing Agreement, dated as of December 6, 2017, entered into by and among CCP-EC Manager, LLC, Deutsche Bank Trust Company Americas, Deutsche Bank Securities Inc. and the lenders and issuing banks party thereto from time to time, as may be amended from time to time.
Reference is hereby made to (i) that certain Community Solar Services Agreement, dated as of January 24, 2017, by and between Lake Calhoun 24 L.L.C, and the City of Faribault (the “Contracting Party”), (ii) that certain Community Solar Services Agreement, dated as of January 24, 2017, by and between Lake Calhoun 25 L.L.C., and the Contracting Party, (ii) that certain Community Solar Services Agreement, dated as January 24, 2017, by and between Lake Calhoun 26 L.L.C., and the Contracting Party, ( and with Lake Calhoun 24 L.L.C. and Lake Calhoun 25
L.L.C. collectively, the “LC Companies”) which are wholly owned subsidiaries of LeSun LLC (the “Subscription Agreements”).

The undersigned, being a duly authorized representative of the Contracting Party does hereby certify that, as of this 27th day of March, 2018 (the “Certification Date”):

A. The Contracting Party is a validly existing municipality and political subdivision of the State of Minnesota and has all requisite power and authority to execute, deliver and perform its obligations under the Subscription Agreement and this Certificate.

B. The execution, delivery and performance by the Contracting Party of the Subscription Agreements and this Certificate (i) have been duly authorized by all necessary corporate or other action on the part of the Contracting Party, (ii) do not require any further consents or approvals that have not been obtained, and (iii) do not violate any provision of any law, regulation, order, judgment, injunction or similar matters or breach any agreement presently in effect with respect to or binding on the Contracting Party.

C. The Subscription Agreements are legal, valid and binding obligations of the Contracting Party enforceable against the Contracting Party in accordance with their respective terms.

 


Subscription Agreement Estoppel

D. The Subscription Agreements are in full force and effect as of the Certification Date. No amendments, modifications or supplements to the Subscription Agreements have been entered into other than as indicated above. The Contracting Party has not assigned its rights or obligations under the Subscription Agreements and has not consented to nor has knowledge of any assignment by the LC Companies (other than the collateral assignment in favor of Solar Development Lending, LLC). Other than the Subscription Agreements, there are no other agreements between the Contracting Party and the LC Companies relating to the solar photovoltaic systems that are the subject of the Subscription Agreements (the “Community Solar Garden”).

E. To the best of the undersigned’s actual knowledge, the LC Companies are not in default of any of their obligations under the Subscription Agreements nor has there been any event, act, circumstance or condition that constitutes an event of force majeure under the Subscription Agreements.

F. To the best of the undersigned’s actual knowledge, there presently exist no material disputes between the Contracting Party and the LC Companies under the Subscription Agreements, the Contracting Party has no counterclaims, offsets or defenses against the LC Companies and the LC Companies do not owe any unpaid amounts to the Contracting Party.

G. To the best of the undersigned’s actual knowledge there is no action, suit or proceeding at law or in equity by or before any governmental authority, arbitral tribunal or other body now pending or threatened against or affecting the Contracting Party or any of its properties, rights or assets that (i) if adversely determined, individually or in the aggregate, could have a material adverse effect on its ability to perform its obligations hereunder or under the Subscription Agreements or (ii) questions the validity, binding effect or enforceability hereof or of the Subscription Agreements.

H. The representations and warranties of the Contracting Party contained in the Subscription Agreements, if any, are true and correct in all material respects on the Certification Date.


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IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the undersigned by its officer or administrator thereunto duly authorized, has duly executed this Certificate as of the date first above written.

 


CITY OF FARIBAULT


By: Name: Kevin F. Voracek
Title: Mayor

 

 

[Signature Page to Subscription Agreements Estoppel, City of Faribault, LeSun LLC]


Request for Council Action

TO: Mayor and City Council
THROUGH: Tim Murray, City Administrator
FROM: Karla McCall, Finance Director
MEETING DATE: March 27, 2018
SUBJECT: Approve CIP Purchase of a Rapid Recovery
System from Sanity Solutions, Inc.


Background:
The approved 2018 CIP included funding for the addition of a secondary, redundant data backup system to be installed at the Public Works Building. This system will provide a secondary backup of computer data in a location away from the primary backup system at City Hall.

There may be a need in 3-5 years to consider a disaster recovery plan with backup stored in the cloud. The private data handled by the police department makes it difficult to follow the current trend for cities to use vendor services to store a backup of data into a cloud application. We expect the BCA will come up with a solution to allow storage of police department data in a secure cloud environment at some point in the future. For now the best solution we have is to locate a secondary backup system in a location further away from the physical location of City Hall to protect against a storm or fire related disaster.

The secondary storage and backup hardware must integrate with our current backup system that we updated in 2016. Sanity Solutions, Inc. provided the lowest price for the original project back in 2016 and the attached proposal is considered reasonable, and consistent for the purchase of this equipment. The CIP included a budget of $24,000 for this purchase and the quoted price is $23,574.62.

Recommendation:
Staff recommends approval of the quote from Sanity Solutions, Inc. of
$23,574.62 for the purchase of the Rapid Recovery DL4000 data backup hardware.

Attachments:
Quote

 


Phone: 6513240236 Email: kzuber@sanitysolutions.com Web: www.sanitysolutions.com

 


DL4300
Quote # 011352
Version 1

 

 


Prepared for

City of Faribault

 

 

DL4300
Quote Information:
Quote #: 011352
Version: 1
Delivered: 03/05/2018 Expires: 03/29/2018


Prepared for:
City of Faribault Randy Hanson

,
rhanson@ci.faribault.mn.us (507) 333-0362


Prepared by:
Sanity Solutions Inc. Kristofer Zuber

kzuber@sanitysolutions.com

 

Hardware Price Qty Ext. Price
BAS-APP-CK- 247-NBD-3YR DL4300 5TB BACK END DATA CAPACITY/64GB APPLIANCE W/NBD WARRANTY HARDWARE/24X7 3YR MAINT PACK RAPID RECOVERY DL4000 SERIES RIS ESSENTIALS - REMOTE IMPLEMENTATION SERVICE - PREPAID CONSULTING $23,538.62 1 $23,538.62
Hardware Subtotal $23,538.62


Quote Summary Amount
Hardware $23,538.62
Subtotal $23,538.62
Shipping $36.00
Total $23,574.62


Thank you for allowing Sanity Solutions, Inc. the opportunity to earn your business. By approving this document customer acknowledges configuration and agrees to Sanity Solutions, Inc. Terms and Conditions http://www.sanitysolutions.com/about/terms-and-conditions. Shipping and Sales Tax not included, unless indicated above. Sanity Solutions, Inc. reserves the right to cancel orders arising from pricing or product discrepancies.

 

Signature Date



Request for Council Action

TO: Mayor and City Council
THROUGH: Tim Murray, City Administrator
FROM: Travis Block, Public Works Director
MEETING DATE: March 27, 2018
SUBJECT: Approve Source Water Protection Plan Implementation Grant Application


Background:
The City has a Wellhead Protection Plan (WHP) for the water supply, as required by the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources. The WHP ensures that protective measures are in place for the State’s water supply. One requirement of the WHP is that the City complete a Potential Contamination Source Inventory (PCSI) to help identify any sources of contaminates within the City.

The Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) has grant funding available to assist with activities that achieve WHP compliance. The completion of the PCSI is eligible for grant funding under the MDH’s Source Water Protection Plan grant program. The grant provides up to
$10,000.00 to the City to complete the task. Staff is seeking the approval to apply for $8,420.00 in grant funding to complete the PCSI.

 

Recommendation:
Approve Minnesota Department of Health Source Water Protection Plan Grant Application

Attachments:
Grant Summary Form

 

 

Cityof--­
Faribault

GRANT SUMMARY FORM

Pre-Application D
Depa1tment: Contact Person :

Application I I
Public Works
Public Works Director

Award Acceptance D AmendmentO

GrantName: Source Water Protection Plan Implementation Grant
Grantor: Minnesota Department of Health
Total Project Cost: $ 8,420.00 Total Award Amount:$ 8,420.00

Total Cash Match: None Required

Total In-Kind Match:

Application Date:

03/27/18

--- Grant Period From 03/27/18 To 12/31/18

Funding Type (Federal, State, Other):

State

CFDA Number: Electronic or Hardcopy Submission: Electronic
Project Description
How is the Match Amount Determined::


Fixed Amount: $ 8,420.00 or % of project cost Explanation of Other:

0.00 % or Other D

 

 

For this City fiscal year, how much of the required local cash match amount is:
Already In Depa1tment Budget: $ 8,420.00 Not Budgeted: Proposed Source of Match:


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Request for Council Action

TO: Mayor and City Council
THROUGH: Tim Murray, City Administrator
FROM: Kevin Bushard, Human Resources Manager
MEETING DATE: March 27, 2018
SUBJECT: Resolution 2018-054 Approve Hiring Paid On-Call
Firefighter
Background:
Due to a failed background there is a vacancy for a Paid-on-call Firefighter for the City of Faribault, Fire Department. The Paid-on-call Firefighter position was posted on October 3, 2017 and had a closing date for applications of November 30, 2017.

The city received 16 applications for the opening. Applications were reviewed and scored. From that review there were 12 applicants that were selected for interviews held between the dates of December 11, 2017 to December 22, 2017.

A certification list of four candidates has been selected. It is recommended to City Council by the Joint Civil Service Commission that the City of Faribault hire the first candidate in rank and order on the Certification List as Paid-on-call Firefighter. The remaining candidates shall remain on the Certification List for up to two years and be hired in rank and order if a position presents itself.

Recommendation:
Approve Resolution 2018-054, hiring of Gary Sunde as Paid On-Call Firefighter for the City of Faribault, Minnesota from the Certification List.

Attachments:
Resolution 2018-054
Joint Civil Service Commission Certification List

State of Minnesota County of Rice

CITY OF FARIBAULT
RESOLUTION #2018 - 054 APPROVE HIRING PAID ON-CALL FIREFIGHTER
WHEREAS, the City of Faribault (the “City”) presently has a vacancy for Paid On-Call Firefighter in the Fire Department that needs to be filled by a qualified candidate; and

WHEREAS, the City has advertised and interviewed candidates for the Paid On- Call Firefighter position with the City; and

WHEREAS, the City Council desires to fill the vacancy for the Paid On-Call Firefighter position.

NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of Faribault, Minnesota, that Gary Sunde shall be extended an offer of employment to fill the vacant Paid-on-call Firefighter position.


Date Adopted: March 27, 2018.

Faribault City Council

 

Kevin F. Voracek, Mayor

ATTEST:

 

Timothy C. Murray, City Administrator

 

 

JOINT CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION CERTIFICATION LIST
Paid-on-call Firefighter March 27, 2018

1. Gary Sunde

2. Zach Greeney

3. Carl Purfeerst

4. Matt Muchow


Dated this 27th day of March , 2018.

 

Attest:

 

Kevin Bushard, Staff Liaison


Request for Council Action

TO: Mayor and City Council
THROUGH: Tim Murray, City Administrator
FROM: Kevin Bushard, Human Resources Manager
MEETING DATE: March 27, 2018
SUBJECT: Resolution 2018-055 Approve Hiring Building
Official
Background:
Due to a resignation there is a vacancy for an Building Official for the City of Faribault. The Building Official position was posted on January 25, 2018 and had a closing date for applications of March 2, 2018.

The city received four applications for the position. Applications were reviewed and scored. From that review there were two applicants that were selected for interviews held on March 21, 2018. The interview committee consisted of Deanna Kuennen Director of Community and Economic Development, Mark Duchene Director of Engineering and Kevin Bushard Human Resources Manager. After the interview process, the committee is recommending that John Rued be hired as Building Official.

Pending City Council approval of Resolution 2018-055, John Rued will be hired at step 10, grade 120, of the Building Official wage per the 2017 and 2018 Non-Union Agreement.

Recommendation:
Approve Resolution 2018-055, hiring of John Rued as Building Official for the City of Faribault, Minnesota.

Attachments:
Resolution 2018-055

State of Minnesota County of Rice

CITY OF FARIBAULT
RESOLUTION #2018 - 055 APPROVE HIRING BUILDING OFFICIAL
WHEREAS, the City of Faribault (the “City”) presently has a vacancy for Building Official that needs to be filled by a qualified candidate; and

WHEREAS, the City has advertised and interviewed candidates for the Building Official position with the City; and

WHEREAS, the City Council desires to fill the vacancy for the Building Official position.

NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of Faribault, Minnesota, that John Rued shall be extended an offer of employment to fill the vacant Building Official position.

Date Adopted: March 27, 2018.

Faribault City Council

 

Kevin F. Voracek, Mayor

ATTEST:

 

Timothy C. Murray, City Administrator


Request for Council Action

TO: Mayor and City Council
THROUGH: Tim Murray, City Administrator
FROM: Kevin Bushard, Human Resources Manager
MEETING DATE: March 27, 2018
SUBJECT: Resolution 2018-056 Approve Hiring Economic
Development Coordinator
Background:
Due to a resignation there is a vacancy for an Economic Development Coordinator for the City of Faribault. The Economic Development Coordinator position was posted on February 5, 2018 and had a closing date for applications of March 2, 2018.

The city received nineteen applications for the position. Applications were reviewed and scored. From that review there were three applicants that were selected for interviews held on March 22, 2018. The interview committee consisted of Deanna Kuennen Director of Community and Economic Development, Tim Murray City Administrator, Kathy Feldbrugge Rice County Economic Development Coordinator and Kevin Bushard Human Resources Manager. After the interview process, the committee is recommending that Samantha Markman be hired as Economic Development Coordinator.

Pending City Council approval of Resolution 2018-056, Samantha Markman will be hired at step 1, grade 120, of the Economic Development Coordinator wage per the 2017 and 2018 Non-Union Agreement.

Recommendation:
Approve Resolution 2018-056, hiring of Samantha Markman as Economic Development Coordinator for the City of Faribault, Minnesota.

Attachments:
Resolution 2018-056

State of Minnesota County of Rice

CITY OF FARIBAULT

RESOLUTION #2018 - 056
APPROVE HIRING ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COORDINATOR

WHEREAS, the City of Faribault (the “City”) presently has a vacancy for Economic Development Coordinator that needs to be filled by a qualified candidate; and

WHEREAS, the City has advertised and interviewed candidates for the Economic Development Coordinator position with the City; and

WHEREAS, the City Council desires to fill the vacancy for the Economic Development Coordinator position.

NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of Faribault, Minnesota, that Samantha Markman shall be extended an offer of employment to fill the vacant Economic Development Coordinator position.


Date Adopted: March 27, 2018.

Faribault City Council

 

Kevin F. Voracek, Mayor

ATTEST:

 

Timothy C. Murray, City Administrator


Request for Council Action

TO: Mayor and City Council
THROUGH: Tim Murray, City Administrator
FROM: Kevin Bushard, Human Resources Manager
MEETING DATE: March 27, 2018
SUBJECT: Resolution 2018-057 Approve Hiring Light Duty
Custodian
Background:
Due to an addition in staffing there is a vacancy for a part-time Light Duty Custodian for the City of Faribault. The Light Duty Custodian position was posted on January 29, 2018 and had a closing date for applications of February 16, 2018.

The city received eleven applications for the position. Applications were reviewed and scored. From that review there were four applicants that were selected for interviews held on March 22, 2018. The interview committee consisted of Paul Peanasky Parks and Recreation Director, Delane James Library Director, David Pribbenow Adult Recreation Coordinator, Mona Kaiser Senior Centor Director and Kevin Bushard Human Resources Manager. After the interview process, the committee is recommending that Paul Mogren be hired as Light Duty Custodian.

Pending City Council approval of Resolution 2018-057, Paul Mogren will be hired at step 1 of the Light Duty Custodian wage per the Local 70 Union pay scale.

Recommendation:
Approve Resolution 2018-057, hiring of Paul Mogren as Light Duty Custodian for the City of Faribault, Minnesota.

Attachments:
Resolution 2018-057

State of Minnesota County of Rice

CITY OF FARIBAULT
RESOLUTION #2018 - 057 APPROVE HIRING LIGHT DUTY CUSTODIAN
WHEREAS, the City of Faribault (the “City”) presently has a vacancy for Light Duty Custodian that needs to be filled by a qualified candidate; and

WHEREAS, the City has advertised and interviewed candidates for the Light Duty Custodian position with the City; and

WHEREAS, the City Council desires to fill the vacancy for the Light Duty Custodian position.

NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of Faribault, Minnesota, that Paul Mogren shall be extended an offer of employment to fill the vacant Light Duty Custodian position.

Date Adopted: March 27, 2018.

Faribault City Council

 

Kevin F. Voracek, Mayor

ATTEST:

 

Timothy C. Murray, City Administrator


Request for Council Action

TO: Mayor and City Council
THROUGH: Tim Murray, City Administrator
FROM: Kevin Bushard, Human Resources Manager
MEETING DATE: March 27, 2018
SUBJECT: Resolution 2018-058 Approve Hiring Water Sewer
Operator I
Background:
Due to a resignation there is a vacancy for a Water Sewer Operator I for the City of Faribault. The Water Sewer Operator I position was posted on February 14, 2018 and had a closing date for applications of March 9, 2018.

The city received six applications for the position. Applications were reviewed and scored. From that review there were four applicants that were selected for interviews held on March 23, 2018. The interview committee consisted of Mike Glende Utilities Superintendent, Jim Valek Utilities and Water Foreperson, and Tom Judd Water Sewer Operator III. After the interview process, the committee is recommending that Nicolas Nagel be hired as Water Sewer Operator I.

Pending City Council approval of Resolution 2018-058, Nicolas Nagel will be hired at step 1 of the Water Sewer Operator I wage per the Local 70 Union pay scale.

Recommendation:
Approve Resolution 2018-058, hiring of Nicolas Nagel as Water Sewer Operator I for the City of Faribault, Minnesota.

Attachments:
Resolution 2018-058

State of Minnesota County of Rice

CITY OF FARIBAULT
RESOLUTION #2018 - 058 APPROVE HIRING WATER SEWER OPERATOR I
WHEREAS, the City of Faribault (the “City”) presently has a vacancy for Water Sewer Operator I that needs to be filled by a qualified candidate; and

WHEREAS, the City has advertised and interviewed candidates for the Water Sewer Operator I position with the City; and

WHEREAS, the City Council desires to fill the vacancy for the Water Sewer Operator I position.

NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of Faribault, Minnesota, that Nicholas Nagel shall be extended an offer of employment to fill the vacant Water Sewer Operator I position.

Date Adopted: March 27, 2018.

Faribault City Council

 

Kevin F. Voracek, Mayor

ATTEST:

 

Timothy C. Murray, City Administrator


Request for Council Action

TO: Mayor and City Council
THROUGH: Joint Council Committee, March 20, 2018
Tim Murray, City Administrator Deanna Kuennen, CED Director
FROM: David Wanberg, City Planner
MEETING DATE: March 27, 2018
SUBJECT: Resolution 2018-059 Approve Community Engagement Plan and Appoint Project Oversight Committee

Background:
The City Council met over the past few weeks to review the draft Community Engagement Plan prepared by Perkins+Will related to the preparation of the Comprehensive Plan update, the Downtown Master Plan, and the Park System Plan. Perkins+Will refined the draft Community Engagement Plan based on City Council direction (see attachment to Resolution 2018-059).

The Community Engagement Plan provides a strong framework for engaging the community in the planning process. It provides sufficient detail to guide the engagement process, but it also provides flexibility to adjust the engagement process as directed by City Council.

The Community Engagement Plan also provides a description and composition of a Project Oversight Committee, a Comprehensive Plan Steering Committee, a Downtown Plan Steering Committee, and a Park System Plan Steering Committee.

Resolution 2018-059 approves the Community Engagement Plan with the understanding that the Plan can be adjusted throughout the planning process. Resolution 2018-059 also approves the appointment of the Project Oversight Committee as described in the Community Engagement Plan. The Council is scheduled to take action on the Steering Committee appointments at the April 10, 2018 City Council meeting.

Recommendation:
Approve Resolution 2018-059: Approve Community Engagement Plan and Appoint Project Oversight Committee.

Attachments:
Resolution 2018-059

State of Minnesota County of Rice

CITY OF FARIBAULT
RESOLUTION #2018 – 059 APPROVE COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT PLAN AND
APPOINT PROJECT OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE

WHEREAS, the Faribault City Council on February 18, 2018, approved Resolution 2018-029 Approve Professional Services Agreement with Perkins+Will to prepare the City’s Comprehensive Plan update, a Downtown Master Plan, and a Park System Plan; and

WHEREAS, Perkins+Will prepared a Community Engagement Plan (attached as Exhibit 1 to this Resolution) for the planning projects described in the above recital; and

WHEREAS, said Community Engagement Plan provides a framework for community engagement in the planning process and it outlines the composition of a Project Oversight Committee, a Comprehensive Plan Steering Committee, a Downtown Steering Committee, and a Park System Plan Steering Committee; and

WHEREAS, as per the direction of the Joint Council Committee on March 20, 2018, the Community Engagement Plan identifies specific people to serve on the Project Oversight Committee; and

WHEREAS, per the direction of the Joint Council Committee on March 20, 2018, the Community Engagement Plan identifies potential people and/or representatives to serve on the above referenced Steering Committees.

NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of Faribault that the recitals set forth in the preamble to this Resolution are incorporated into this Resolution as if fully set forth herein.

NOW, THEREFORE BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of Faribault that the Community Engagement Plan included in Exhibit 1 of this Resolution is hereby approved.

NOW, THEREFORE BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of Faribault that the people identified to serve on the Project Oversight Committee are hereby duly appointed to the Project Oversight

Committee.

NOW, THEREFORE BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of Faribault that the City Council intends to take action on April 10, 2018 to appoint people to the Steering Committees identified in the attached Community Engagement Plan.

NOW THEREFORE BE IT FINALLY RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of Faribault that the Mayor, City Administrator, staff and consultants are hereby authorized and directed to take any and all additional steps and actions necessary or convenient in order to accomplish the intent of this Resolution.

Date Adopted: March 27, 2018

Faribault City Council

 

Kevin F. Voracek, Mayor

ATTEST:

 

Timothy C. Murray, City Administrator

Exhibit 1
Community Engagement Plan

 

City of Faribault Strategic Plan
Community Engagement Plan Framework

 


March 23rd, 2018

1. Project Background
As described in the City’s RFQ, the Project is comprised of three standalone yet coordinated planning efforts: Downtown Master Plan, Parks, Trails, and Open Space Plan, and Comprehensive Plan Update. The general description is as follows:

A. Downtown Master Plan. The intent of this planning effort is to have a compelling vision and road map for Faribault’s downtown in order to address among other things: building vacancies, changes in retail, density and mix of residential uses, inventory and analysis of existing uses, existing and projected economic and market conditions, multimodal access and downtown parking, connections to natural and recreational activities, placemaking and other amenities, and enhance the historic character of the downtown.

B. Parks, Trails, and Open Space Plan. Currently, there is not an existing Parks, Trails, and Open Space Plan guiding improvements and/or investment for such amenities in Faribault. Components to include in the Plan are: inventory and analysis of existing parks (including buildings and equipment), trails, open space, and recreation programs, projected demographic conditions and trends, regional park and trail connections, integration with downtown parks and amenities. This work will also include analyzing the best uses for existing parks and potentially developing plans to shift ballfields from certain parks to other existing or proposed parks.

C. Comprehensive Plan Update. The City envisions a complete overhaul and rewrite of the Comprehensive Plan developed in 2003. The scope of work includes all elements that are in the 2003 Plan and includes additional elements related to Social Assets and Community Health, Governance (Intergovernmental Cooperation), and Sustaining Our Community (Resilience) with a plan for integrating Faribault’s energy goals into the Comprehensive Plan.

The City envisions that the Comprehensive Plan update to be an Action Oriented Plan that incorporates the best aspects of traditional comprehensive plans and the best aspects of strategic plans.

The Comprehensive Plan will be developed to function as a clear and enduring implementation tool that ensures success in meeting planning, urban design, and economic development goals that allows for flexibility and innovation over time. This will reinforce a compelling identity so that the City of Faribault continues to thrive into the future. The planning process will include identification of key issues or land uses of particular interest that have the potential to significantly impact the long-term sustainability of the community.

D. Additional Subarea Plans. The City expects the Consultant to prepare Subarea Plans as part of this project. The City and the Consultant will negotiate the number and level of detail of the Subarea Plans based on the City’s available budget and timeline. At a minimum, it is expected that the consultant will prepare a Subarea Plan for future industrial development.

Community Engagement Plan Overview (Purpose)
Effective community engagement is essential for good public decision-making and will be critical to understanding needs, developing the three planning efforts for Faribault’s Strategic Plan. The Community Engagement Plan (CEP) will serve as a guide for the engagement of community stakeholders, residents and businesses during the planning processes. The purpose of the CEP is to document the tasks related to stakeholder and public engagement that will be undertaken during the preparation of the Downtown Master Plan, The Parks, Trails, and Open Space Plan, and the Comprehensive Plan Update. In general, the intent of the community engagement process will be to be proactive rather than reactive, and to work closely with local communities to build on their successes and to empower people to engage in this as well as other future public initiatives.

The Project Oversight Committee and the Steering Committees will oversee and lead community engagement efforts. The Consultant Team and City Staff will support the committees in their engagement efforts. Committee members with support from the Consultant Team and City Staff Team will staff events and on-street activities and, depending on individual skills, assist individuals in using tablet computers for surveys, assist with hands-on activities at public events, welcome people to public meetings, distribute information through door knocking or at public events, and assist in other ways to create a welcoming environment and engage people in the planning process.

Outreach activities for each planning effort will be focused around the four stages of the planning process:
• Discovery
• Integration Vision 2040
• Exploration and Innovation
• Action Plan Development

The specific outreach activities and the outreach tools that will be used will be customized for each of the planning efforts based on input from the Project Oversight Committee and the Steering Committees, with direction from the City Council as needed or desired. This plan will provide direction for outreach activities, and many of the tools described in this report will be used at each of the phases of the planning process. However, other strategies may be used as well if they have been found to be particularly effective given the community, neighborhood and/or cultural group composition.

Community Engagement Goals
The goal of the CEP is to ensure that the concerns and issues of those with a stake in each of the planning efforts (whether impact or benefit) are identified and addressed. To achieve this goal, we will:
• Identify stakeholders, including populations not traditionally involved in planning decision making.
• Engage all stakeholders, including residents and businesses, in meaningful and accessible ways.
• Solicit early and continuous involvement.
• Seek collaborative input on alternatives and evaluation criteria.
• Provide transparency during the planning process.
• Build understanding of development opportunities and build support for the planning recommendations that evolve from the planning process.
2. Committee Structure and Decision-Making Process

• The Faribault Strategic Plan is led with input and direction from the following committees:
• Project Oversight Committee (POC)
• Steering Committees (SC):
o Downtown Master Plan Steering Committee
o Parks, Trails, and Open Space Plan Steering Committee
o Comprehensive Plan Steering Committee
• Technical Advisory Committee (TAC)

The specific make-up of each of these committees are described in Exhibit “A”. The roles, objectives, expectations for each of the committees will be develop in coordination with City staff support. The overall planning process structure is shown in Figure 1.1.

 

Figure 1.1

Project Oversight Committee (POC): The POC is intended to have the following primary responsibilities:
• Provide “critical review” of the three planning projects to help ensure coordination and consistency between the efforts
• Understand and communicate the “big picture” of the three planning projects to the community and the constituents of the committee members

Meetings will be held monthly and/or as needed to discuss and review issues as they arise. Exhibit “A” attached provides specific information in regards to composition of the POC.

Steering Committees (SC): A SC will be recommended for each of the planning efforts (Downtown Master Plan, Parks, Trails, and Open Space Plan, and Comprehensive Plan Update) and will be comprised of approximately 8 to 9 people depending on the planning effort. The Steering Committees will help guide all aspects of their respective planning effort. Each Committee will meet approximately once a month throughout the planning process and there will on-going collaboration among the Steering Committees informing findings and recommendations.

The SC will work closely with the POC, city staff, other committees, and the consultant team, to develop and evaluate planning alternatives, and make recommendations on a preferred plan. Members of the SC will also be asked to provide advice and assistance to the project team for broader community outreach to residents and businesses, as they are able and willing to do so. These groups will meet approximately monthly during the corresponding planning engagement being developed. Members who are local representatives may also wish to have direct input to city staff, planning commission and city council. Exhibit “A” attached provides specific information in regards to composition of each of the SC.
Technical Advisory Committee (TAC): The TAC membership is comprised of people with technical knowledge or background related to specific planning topics, such as housing, transportation, natural resources, and the like. The TAC will focus on the details and their technical expertise of the specific components or themes of the overall Planning Efforts. The TAC will meet approximately by milestone and/or as deemed necessary. The TAC will also assist in building agency and stakeholder partnerships and sharing information with constituents and the general public. The Project Oversight Committee with input from the Steering Committees will provide direction to the Consultant Team and City Staff regarding the composition of the TAC.

Coordination with Partner Agencies.
Partner agencies are those agencies that have overlapping jurisdiction over some part of the planning process, through implementation and/or regulatory authority. Specific partner agencies will be identified as the planning efforts are being developed. In consultation with the Project Oversight Committee and the Steering Committees, additional meetings will be held with individual agencies as needed to discuss and resolve issues as they arise.

3. Potential Stakeholders
One of the initial and ongoing tasks in the planning efforts will be to identify key stakeholders to ensure that these organizations and individuals are fully represented in the study process and that a means of regular communication is identified for each.

In consultation with the Project Oversight Committee and the Steering Committees, specific Stakeholders will be identified as the planning efforts are being developed. Stakeholders will be engaged to discuss and resolve issues as they arise.
Example of Potential Stakeholders to be engaged are listed below:

• Federal, State, Regional, City and County Agencies

• Business Stakeholders

• Non-Profit Community Organizations, Institutions and Advocacy Groups

• Public and Other Stakeholders


4. Potential Issues and Opportunities
Issues, concerns, opportunities and constraints that are submitted through the public involvement efforts will be tracked and documented by the consultant team. This documentation will provide a means of ensuring that there is public input in the study process and that issues raised by stakeholders are addressed as appropriate throughout the Planning Study process and beyond. Issues identified by stakeholders will be summarized in a Community Engagement report.

5. Community Engagement Coordination
The following public engagement techniques will be used to reach a wide range of stakeholders and members of the public. Some public engagement techniques may be targeted to specific stakeholders or geographic areas in order to create welcoming opportunities for participation in the study process.

Project Messages
The consultant team will work with the POC and Steering Committees to develop consistent messages regarding the Project. This is critical to providing the public with a good understanding of the study and the decision-making process as well as ongoing motivation to participate in the study. Working with the POC and Steering Committees, several messages will be developed for consistent use in project materials and communications.
Collaboration with Local Agencies and Community Organizations
To gain an early understanding of current practices for public involvement and to tailor the public involvement activities, the consultant team (in consultation with the Project Oversight Committee and Steering Committees) will meet and work with local agencies and community organizations that are already providing outreach and advocacy in other on-going or concurrent planning efforts.

Informational Interviews
In consultation with the Project Oversight Committee and the Steering Committees, information-gathering meetings will be held to hear about and learn from any past or ongoing community engagement activities. The information gathered at these meetings will provide a foundation for community engagement efforts. The purpose of these meetings is to fine-tune the community engagement plan to build on previous successes, avoid duplication of work already completed (and avoid community burn-out), and coordinate closely with other aligned outreach activities in the area.

6. Community Outreach Activities
The intent of the outreach activities is to have robust and energetic “In”, “On”, and “Out” community engagement interactions.
Below is a list of preliminary engagement activities that are anticipated to take place throughout the Project efforts. Some public engagement techniques may be targeted to specific stakeholders or geographic areas in order to create welcoming opportunities for participation in the study process. This list will be updated as the planning process continues to develop.


In:

 

 

On:

 

Out

• Project Oversight Committees
• Steering Committees
• Open Houses
• City Council Meetings
• Planning Commission and Other Appointed Commission Meetings
• Community Design Workshops (Charrettes)

• On-line Surveys
• Project Website
• City Social Media
• Video

• Focus Groups
• Intercept Surveys
• Pop-up meetings
• Traveling Displays
• Placemaking/Activation
• Scheduled Community Gatherings
• Listening Sessions
• Tours/Visits


Community Meetings.
Public meetings will be held for each of the planning efforts. Specific dates for community events will be developed in consultation with the Project Oversight Committee and Steering Committees and notified to the public per City requirements. Interactive exercises will be used to help engage people in discussion about the planning efforts.
Targeted Outreach.
In consultation with the Project Oversight Committee and Steering Committees, small group meetings will be held to target specific audiences that may not be easily engaged through a broader public meeting or to gain input from a particular population group. These meetings will allow project information to be shared where people are already gathering. A concerted effort will be made to identify targeted locations to engage historically underserved populations.

Engagement of Under-Represented Populations.
Effective and meaningful engagement of under-represented populations will be instrumental to the success of the Planning efforts. In consultation with the Project Oversight Committee and Steering Committees, a concerted effort will be made to include people who may have difficulty participating in traditional community engagement efforts, but who have a voice that can help strengthen the planning efforts. For example, people with disabilities, people with limited English proficiency, ethnic minority groups and organizations, immigrant groups, youth and seniors will be encouraged to contribute to the planning process.

7. Electronic Communications
The following electronic communications tools will be used to provide notification of project milestones and to maintain a continuous dialogue on the Planning Study among community organizations, stakeholders and the general public.

• Project Website. In consultation with the Project Oversight Committee and the Steering Committees, a project web page will be developed as part of the Project. The website will be maintained by the consultant, but City staff will provide content for updating the site periodically. Content will be updated at least monthly and more frequently when public events occur or major milestones are passed. The website may include the following:


o Study area map with highlighted planning areas
o Project news
o Sign-up for project updates
o History/Background
o Information about Planning Efforts
o Committee overviews and members
o Notice of public meetings and other events
o Project reports
o List of Frequently Asked Questions
o Project contact information (staff, email phone)
o Links to City social media sites (Facebook, Twitter)
o Ability to submit comments
• Social Media. A calendar for social media postings will be developed and text for social media postings will be provided to City staff. Postings will be through the City of Faribault’s social media sites. The communications topic calendar will provide a schedule and a proposed weekly topic for posting text and/or graphics/photos on social media sites. The social media sites will be included in all project promotions and materials.

• Email Notifications. The city’s email notification system will be used to send out email notifications. Email notifications will be sent to the Stakeholder Distribution List, which will be compiled and maintained by the City and will be updated periodically. This distribution list will include all committee members, all identified stakeholder organizations, all individuals who sign up to receive the email updates either at public meetings or via the project’s website, and any other organizations, media outlets and individuals that wish to be on the list. This e-mail distribution list will be used to distribute periodic project updates and to announce public meetings, events and milestones.

8. Print Communications

o Fact Sheet. A factsheet or other printed marketing piece will be created to promote planning activities and will include a description of the project, key messages about benefits, and links to the website and social media sites. The piece can be used by all project team members and partner agencies for outreach and education and will be updated as needed as the plans are developed and completed.
o Display Boards. Display boards will be prepared for public meetings and other outreach activities as needed to clearly illustrate the concepts and alternatives that will be discussed at those meetings. The display boards may also be used as a travelling display as opportunities are available.

• Media Notifications. Draft news releases for the media will be prepared at project milestones by the consultant team and provided to City staff for review and distribution to the media.

• Presentations to Elected Officials. Following the completion of project milestones, presentations will be made to the City Council, Planning Commission, and other pertinent Commissions. Presentations will include a summary of the community engagement activities and will emphasize the ways in which community engagement informed each stage of plan process.

9. Project Contacts
For all project communication and materials, City Planner, Dave Wanberg, will be listed as the project contact:

David Wanberg, AICP City Planner
208 NW 1st Avenue Faribault, MN 55021
Direct: 507-333-0350
General: 507-334-0100 dwanberg@ci.faribault.mn.us

10. Community Engagement Documentation
At the end of the Planning efforts, the Community Engagement report will summarize the community engagement efforts undertaken as a part of the study. This document will describe the processes used for engagement, both formal and informal, and the ways in which public input was integrated into, and influenced the outcomes of, the planning study.


List of Appendices

Exhibit A: Composition of Planning Committees

Exhibit A: Composition of Planning Committees
Project Oversight Committee *

1. Steve Underdahl, City Council
2. Janna Viscomi, City Council
3. Kevin Voracek, Mayor
4. Chuck Ackman, Planning Commission
5. Tom Spooner, Planning Commission
6. Steve White, Planning Commission

Comprehensive Plan Steering Committee **

1. Elizabeth Cap, City Council
2. John Rowan, City Council
3. Steve Underdahl, City Council
4. Dave Albers, Planning Commission
5. Dave Campbell, Planning Commission
6. Chamber of Commerce Representative
7. Housing and Redevelopment Authority Representative
8. School Representative
9. Vision 2040 Representative
10. Other Representative(s)

Downtown Plan Steering Committee **

1. Kay Duchene, City Council
2. Royal Ross, City Council
3. Janna Viscomi, City Council
4. Ann Vohs, Planning Commission
5. Heritage Preservation Commission Representative
6. Main Street Representative
7. Downtown Business Owner
8. Vision 2040 Representative
9. Representative from Someone not directly tied to the Downtown
10. Other Representative(s)

Park System Plan Steering Committee **

1. Elizabeth Cap, City Council
2. Royal Ross, City Council
3. Janna Viscomi, City Council
4. Mike Schendel, Planning Commission
5. Park Board Representative
6. School Representative
7. Natural Resources Representatives
8. Vision 2040 Representative
9. Other Representative(s)

*City Council action to appoint committee scheduled for March 27, 2018.
**City Council action to appoint committee scheduled for April 10, 2018.

 

City of Faribault Strategic Plan: Community Engagement Plan Framework
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Request for Council Action

TO: Mayor and City Council
THROUGH: Tim Murray, City Administrator
FROM: Paul J. Peanasky, Park and Recreation Director
MEETING DATE: March 27, 2018
SUBJECT: Approve Quotes for Shirts for Parks and Recreation Department

Background:
Annually, the Parks and Recreation Department requests quotes for shirts for patrons and seasonal staff. These are the Faribault Parks and Recreation shirts you see all over town. This year we received bids from six businesses. Low bid was received from Star Trophy & Apparel of Faribault at a cost of $12,090.

Recommendation:
Approve quote from Star Trophy & Apparel for $12,090 to purchase shirts for the Parks and Recreation Department.

Attachments:
Quotes

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Subject: Date: From:

B. Stark & Co. Bid for Faribault Parks & Recreation Apparel Tuesday, March 20, 2018 at 9:58:20 AM Central Daylight Time Angie Bluhm

To: Brad Phenow
Attachments: 2018 FARIBAULT PARK & REC-3.xls, image0003.png, ST357_specsheet.pdf, ST350_specsheet.pdf, ST350LS_specsheet.pdf

Hello Brad,

Here is our bid for the Faribault Parks & Recreation apparel. I have a couple of notes/things to point out for you:

• The alternate polyester shirts I have quoted on are Sport Tek brand (the Heat Gear brand was unavailable). I have attached specsheets for those items.

• Attached also: a specsheet for the polyester 1/4 zip (FFAC logo).

• The towels are most commonly printed as a one color imprint, and that is the way they have been quoted. A small tip: A darker print on a ligher towel would result in a nicer, softer imprint.

• I wanted to make a suggestion - for the Aquatic Staff Tanks, the quote is for 50/50 blend tanks at $9.81 each - but if you wanted to switch to 100% cotton on those, they would be $7.04. That would save $149.58.

• On the Legacy brand caps, they have a minimum order per style of 30 caps, with a requirement of 15 caps per color. The best way to get 36 caps under their rules is to get 18 each of 2 colors, instead of getting 4 cap colors. (You would have to order 60 in order to get 4 different caps colors).
I know there is a lot of information here - please feel free to let me know if any questions come up! Thank you for the opportunity to bid on your project.

 

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Request for Council Action

TO: Mayor and City Council
THROUGH: General Affairs Committee
Tim Murray, City Administrator
FROM: Karla McCall, Finance Director
MEETING DATE: March 27, 2018
SUBJECT: Approve Computer Use Policy and Social Media
Policy

Background:
The League of Minnesota Cities Insurance Trust conducted a Data Security Survey for the City of Faribault on 10/17/17. The primary purpose of the data security survey was to verify the City is protected from risks associated with storing and sharing data on computers and mobile devices. The risks include things like data breaches, virus contamination, hacker attacks, and employee misuse.

The League is also concerned with a number of issues with different forms of social media. As technology continues to develop, cities will be faced with growing technological risks. Having policies and procedures in place can help manage and mitigate these risks.

The General Affairs Committee met on March 20, 2018 and discussed the Computer Use Policy and the Social Media Policy. The Committee noted that the updated policies should be presented to all Boards and Commissions to ensure that all officials and volunteers are familiar with these policies and the associated risks for not adhering to the policies. There were no issues or concerns with the language or content in the draft policies that were presented. Copies of the draft policies are attached to this memo.

Recommendation:
The General Affairs Committee recommends approval of the Computer Use Policy and the Social Media Policy.

Attachments:
Draft Social Media Policy Draft Computer Use Policy

Computer Use Policy


Purpose: The purpose of this policy is to establish guidelines to protect the security and integrity of the City’s electronic communication and information systems.


1. PURPOSE
The City of Faribault uses computers to process data throughout the operating network. Protection of the security and integrity of the network requires education of City representatives regarding appropriate and safe use of available technology resources. City representatives include its employees and other agents of the City, such as independent contractors or elected and appointed officials.

Computers and related equipment used by City employees and officials are property of the City. The City reserves the right to inspect, without notice, all data, emails, files, settings, or any other aspect of a City-owned computer or related system, including personal information created or maintained by a city representative. The City-needed basis as determined by the City Administrator. The City’s MIS Coordinator may distribute information regarding precautions and actions needed to protect City systems; all representatives are responsible for reading and following the guidance and directives in these communications.

2. GUIDELINES
A. The City recognizes that some personal use of City-owned computers and related equipment has and will continue to occur. Some controls are necessary, however, to protect the City’s equipment and computer network and to prevent abuse of this privilege.

Reasonable, incidental personal use of City computers and software (e.g. word processing, spreadsheets, email, Internet, etc.) is allowed but should never preempt or interfere with work. All use of City computers and software, including personal use, must adhere to previsions in this policy, including the following:

1. Representatives shall not connect personal peripheral tools or equipment (such as printers, digital cameras, disks, USB drives, or flash cards) to City-owned systems, without prior approval from the MIS Coordinator. If permission to connect these tools/peripherals is granted, the representative must follow provided directions for protecting the City’s computer network.
2. Personal files should not be stored on City computer equipment. This also applies to personal media files, including but not limited to mp3 files, wav files, movie files, iTunes files, or any other file created by copying a music CD, DVD, or files from the Internet. MIS

staff will delete these types of files if found on the network, computers, or other City- owned equipment. Exceptions would be recordings for which the City has created, owns, purchased, or has a license.
3. City equipment or technology shall not be used for personal business interests, for-profit ventures, political activities, or other uses deemed by the MIS Coordinator to be inconsistent with City activities. If there is any question about whether a use is appropriate, it should be forwarded to the City Administrator for a determination.
4. Inappropriate uses of telephone, cellular phone, fax, archive system, Internet access and email systems would include but are not limited to: participation in Fantasy Football, eBay (unless for City business), illegal activities, gambling, commercial activities, accessing sexually explicit or violent material, using the systems to harass or disable other systems, creation or distribution of virus or destructive programs, distribution pirated software or stolen data.

B. HARDWARE:
In general, the City will provide the hardware required for an employee to perform his or her job duties. City representatives should not modify, or allow to be modified, the hardware or software configuration of any computer or communications equipment except under the authority of the MIS Security Administrator. Requests for new or different equipment should be made to your supervisor, who will forward the request to the MIS Coordinator.

1. The City will not supply laptop computers based solely on the desire of representatives to work offsite. Laptops will only be issued to representatives who:

a. Travel frequently and require the use of a full computer while traveling
b. Regularly use their laptop offsite
c. Require a laptop for access to special software or systems
d. Have a documented business need for a laptop

2. Use of City equipment by family members, friends, or others is prohibited.

3. Representatives are responsible for the proper use and care of City-owned computer equipment. City computer equipment must be secured while off City premises. Do not leave computer equipment in an unlocked vehicle or unattended at any offsite facility. Computer equipment should not be exposed to extreme temperature or humidity. If a computer is exposed to extreme cold, heat, or humidity, it should be allowed to achieve normal room temperature and humidity before being turned on.

C. SOFTWARE:
In general, the City will provide the software required for an employee to perform his or her job duties. Requests for new or different software should be made to your supervisor, who will forward the request to the MIS Coordinator.
1. Representatives shall not download or install any software on their computer without the prior approval of the MIS Coordinator. Exceptions to this include updates to software

approved by MIS such as Microsoft updates, Adobe Reader, and Adobe Flash. The MIS Coordinator may, without notice, remove any unauthorized programs or software, equipment, downloads, or other resources.
2. The City provides users with an email address for work-related use. Some personal use of the City email system by employees is allowed, provided it does not interfere with an employee’s work and is consistent with all City policies.
3. Employee email messages (including those that are personal in nature) may be considered public data for both e-discovery and information requests and may not be protected by privacy laws. Email may also be monitored as directed by the City authorized staff and without notice to the employee.
4. Employees must adhere to these email guidelines:
a. Never transmit an email that you would not want your supervisor, other employees, city officials, or the media to read or publish (e.g., avoid gossip, personal information, swearing, etc.).
b. Use caution or avoid corresponding by email on confidential communications (e.g., letters of reprimand, correspondence with attorneys, medical information).
c. Do not open email attachments or inks from an unknown sender. Delete junk or “spam” email without opening it if possible. Do not respond to unknown senders.
d. Do not use harassing language (including sexually harassing language) or any other remarks, including insensitive language or derogatory, offensive, or insulting comments or jokes.
5. A shared calendar environment is provided as part of the City’s email software program. Employees are encouraged to keep their electronic calendar up to date and should grant access to appropriate personnel to view their calendar.
6. Due to data retention concerns, the City does not provide employees with resources, or tools, to communicate by instant messaging (IM) when conducting City business. Employees are not allowed to use IM as a mechanism for personal communication through the City’s computer network or when using City equipment, and are not allowed to download or install any IM software on their City computer.
7. Employees may choose to use their own equipment to read or compose email or other City data as governed in the policy. Employees understand that by connecting their personal equipment to the City’s email server, their personal devices could be searched during an e-discovery or other court-ordered scenarios, and agree to grant access to their personal devices should such a situation arise.
8. Email accounts should be cleaned up periodically to ensure adequate storage space is available on the network. The MIS Coordinator can provide assistance to department or individual employees needing help to reduce the amount of email stored on the system.

D. SECURITY:
Employees are responsible for maintaining computer/network passwords, and must adhere to these guidelines:
1. Create passwords that are non-trivial, hard-to-guess, non-repetitive that have no direct relationship to the user and/or creator, and which periodically expire. Passwords should be of sufficient complexity and should include the following:

a. Passwords should use at least eight (8) alphanumeric characters, articulating a semi-pronounceable string where possible.
b. Passwords should not be obviously related to the user. This includes such items as spouse, children, or pet names or nicknames, license numbers, or phone numbers.
c. Good passwords can be found in the “second member” of a pair (aunt’s name of your favorite uncle) or in pass phrases (fasterthanaspeedingbullet or FTASB).
2. City users should protect their passwords from any and all other individuals, and users should respect this requirement of co-workers. Passwords should not be shared or told to other staff. If it is necessary to access an employee’s computer when he or she is absent, contact your supervisor or the MIS Coordinator. The MIS Coordinator will not provide access to staff accounts without approval of the department director.
3. Passwords will be changed periodically as determined by the MIS Coordinator. On automated systems with the capability, users should receive prior notice that their password is about to expire so that they are provided ample opportunity to change their password.
4. City users should log-out of computer terminals or systems if they are going to leave the computer terminal or system unattended. City staff should be alert about their computer terminal status and take care that unauthorized individuals cannot read or modify data through a valid system login or session.
5. When a user prints sensitive, proprietary or otherwise controlled information, that user should retrieve the printed material in a timely manner to ensure that it is not available for unauthorized use. City staff should not make extra copies of any City of client information beyond what is required to perform official duties.

E. NETWORK ACCESS
Remote access to the City’s network include, but not limited to: Outlook Web Access (web mail), virtual private network (VPN), Windows Remote Desktop, and Windows Terminal Server connections. While connected to City computer resources remotely, all aspects of the City’s Computer Use Policy will apply, including the following:
• With the exception of Outlook Web Access, remote access to the City’s network requires a request from a supervisor and approval from the City Administrator. Remote access privileges may be revoked at any time by an employee’s supervisor.
• If remote access is from a non-City-owned computer, updated anti-virus software must be installed and operational on the computer equipment, and all critical operating system updates must be installed prior to connecting to the City network remotely. Failure to comply could result in the termination of remote access privileges.
• Recreational use of remote connections to the City’s network is strictly forbidden. An example of this would be a family member utilizing the City’s cellular connection to visit websites.

• Private or confidential data should not be transmitted over an unsecured wireless connection. Wireless connections are not secure and could pose a security risk if used to transmit City passwords of private data while connecting to City resources. Wireless connections include those over cellular networks and wireless access points, regardless of the technology used to connect.

F. INTERNET
The following considerations apply to all uses of the Internet:
• Information found on the Internet and used for City work must be verified to be accurate and factually correct.
• Reasonable personal use of the Internet is permitted. Employees may not at any time access inappropriate sites. Some examples of inappropriate sites include but are not limited to adult entertainment, sexually explicit material, or material advocating intolerance of other people, races, or religions. If you are unsure whether a site may include inappropriate information, you should not visit the site.
• If an employee’s use of the internet is compromising the integrity of the City’s network, MIS staff may temporarily restrict that employee’s access to the Internet. If MIS staff does restrict access, they will notify the employee, HR, and the employee’s supervisor as soon as possible, and work with the employee and supervisor to rectify the situation.
• The City may monitor or restrict any employee’s use of the Internet without prior notice, as deemed appropriate by the Administrator and HR Manager.

G. DATA RETENTION
Electronic data should be stored and retained in accordance with the City’s records retention schedule. If you are unsure whether an email or other file is a government record for purposes of records retention laws or whether it is considered protected or private, check with your supervisor. If you are unsure how to create an appropriate file structure for saving and storing electronic information, contact the MIS Department staff.

Employees must adhere to these guidelines when transferring and storing electronic files:
• All electronic files must be stored on network drives. The City will not back up documents stored on local computer hard drives, and holds no responsibility for recovery of documents on local computer hard drives should they fail. Files may be temporarily stored on a laptop hard drive when an employee is traveling/offsite; however, the files should be copied to the network as soon as possible to ensure storage of the data.
• Electronic files, including emails and business-related materials created on an employee’s home or personal computer for City business, must be transferred to and stored on the City’s network. City-related files should not be stored on an employee’s personal computer, unless otherwise defined in this policy.
• All removable storage media (e.g., CD-ROM, flash or USB drive, or other storage media) must be verified to be virus-free before being connected to City equipment.

• Email that constitutes an official record of City business must be kept in accordance with all records retention requirements for the department and should be copied to the network for storage.
• Electronic files or emails that may be classified as protected or private information should be stored in a location on the City’s network that is properly secured.
• Any files considered private or confidential should not be stored anywhere other than the City’s network. If there is a need to take confidential information offsite, it must be stored on encrypted media; the MIS Coordinator can assist in the encryption of media.

REPRESENTATIVE ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
I have received and read the above policy and have had an opportunity to ask any questions. I understand that my failure to follow this policy may result in disciplinary action, including revocation of system privileges or termination.

(Print Representative’s Name)


(Representative’s Signature)


(Print Department Name)


(Date)

 


THIS POLICY SPECIFICALLY REPEALS AND REPLACES PRIOR CITY POLICIES AND ADMINISTRATIVE MEMORANDA RELATIVE TO PUBLIC PURPOSE EXPENDITURES AND PURCHASING POLICIES.

Approved:


Mayor City Administrator

 

March 27, 2018

 

(LMC Model Policy, City’s Employee Handbook)

Social Media Policy


Purpose: The purpose of this policy is to establish guidelines for use of social media for the City of Faribault and its representatives.


1. PURPOSE
The City of Faribault endorses the secure use of social networking in government to communicate and deliver messages to citizens and to encourage citizen involvement, interaction and feedback. Information which is distributed via social networking must be accurate, consistent, and timely and meet the information needs of the City’s customers. This policy seeks to ensure proper use of the City of Faribault’s social media sites by its representatives to minimize risk associated with social networking activities. City representatives include its employees and other agents of the city, such as independent contractors or elected and appointed officials.

The City of Faribault wishes to establish a positive and informative social media presence. City representatives have the responsibility to use the City’s social media resources in an efficient, effective, ethical and lawful manner pursuant to all existing City and departmental policies. The policy also provides guidelines and standards for city representatives regarding the use of social media for communication with residents, colleagues and all other followers.

This policy establishes the City’s position on the utility and management of social media and provides guidance on its management, administration, and oversight. This policy is not meant to address one particular form of social media, but rather social media in general, as advances in technology will occur and new tools will emerge.

The Police Department has developed a social media policy which provides more specific information as it relates to police officers and their use of social media.

2. GUIDELINES
A. The City will determine, at its discretion, how its web-based social media resources will be designed, implemented and managed as part of its overall communication and information sharing strategy. The strategies used are as follows:
1. Social media pages may be designed for a target audience, such as local business owners, recreation facility users or program groups as well as general interest pages that represent an entire department.
2. Social media should have a demonstrable departmental focus, such as recreational youth programs, police protection, fire safety, or general administration.

3. Third party social medial sites may be used to post City-created content, if it is clearly labeled as provided by a department of the City of Faribault and if the department has the right to publish the content.
4. Social media content postings should be aggregated using content syndication tools (where allowable) to reduce staff time for publishing content.

B. City social media accounts are considered a City asset and administrator access to these accounts must be securely administered in accordance with the City’s Computer Use Policy. The City reserves the right to shut down any of its social media sites or accounts for any reason without notice.

C. All social media web sites created and utilized during the course and scope of an employee’s performance of his/her job duties will be identified as belonging to the City of Faribault, including a link to the City’s official web site.

D. This policy applies to any existing or proposed social media web sites sponsored, established, registered or authorized by the City of Faribault. This policy also covers the private use of the City’s social media accounts by all City representatives, including its employees and agents, Council members, appointed board or commission members and all public safety volunteers to the extent it affects the City.

E. Definitions of social media are internet and mobile-based applications, websites and functions, other than email, for sharing and discussing information, where users can post photos, video, comments and links to other information to create content on any imaginable topic. This may be referred to a “user-generated content” or “consumer-generated media”. Social media includes, but is not limited to:
• Social networking sites such as Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, and online dating services/mobile apps
• Blogs
• Social news sites such as Reddit and BuzzFeed
• Video and photo sharing sites such as YouTube, Instagram, SnapChat, and Flickr
• Wikis, or shared encyclopedias such as Wikipedia
• An ever emerging list of new web-based platforms generally regarded as social media or having many of the same functions as those listed above

3. RULES OF USE
City employees and agents with administrator access are responsible for managing social media websites.
A. As public representatives, City employees and officials are cautioned that speech on or off- duty, made pursuant to their official duties-that is, that owes its existence to the employee’s professional duties and responsibilities- is not protected speech under the First Amendment and may form the basis for discipline if deemed detrimental to the City. Employees should assume that their speech and related activity on social media will reflect upon their department and the City.

B. Administration of all social media web sites must comply with applicable laws, regulations, and policies as well as proper business etiquette.
a. The City Administrator or appointed designees shall be responsible for the City's main social media pages. Each department will be responsible for the administration, content and upkeep of any social media sites the department may create.
b. All postings to City of Faribault social media sites may be subject to review by the Department Head and/or the City Administrator and may be deleted without notice.
c. All City sponsored social media sites shall prominently post the Disclaimer and Comments Policy found in Appendix A. In situations where a social media site does not allow for prominent posting of the Disclaimer and Comments Policy, a link to a PDF copy of Appendix A shall be posted instead.
C. City social media accounts accessed and utilized during the course and scope of an employee’s performance of his/her job duties may not be used for private or personal purposes or for the purpose of expressing private or personal views on personal, political or policy issues or to express personal views or concerns pertaining to City employment relations matters.
D. No social media website may be used by the City or any City employee or agent to disclose private or confidential information. No social media web site should be used to disclose sensitive information; if there is any question as to whether information is private, confidential or sensitive, contact the City Administrator. Law enforcement may be excluded per Statute 13.82, Subd. 15, Public benefit data.
E. When using social media sites as a representative of the City, employees and agents will act in a professional manner. Examples include but are not limited to:
a. Adhere to all City personnel and Computer Use policies
b. Use only appropriate language
F. Be aware that content will not only reflect on the writer but also on the City of Faribault as a whole, including elected officials and other city employees and agents. Make sure information is:
a. Accurate and free of grammatical errors.
b. Not providing private or confidential information, including names, or using such material as part of any content added to a site.
c. Not negatively commenting on community partners or their services, or using such material as part of any content added to a site.
d. Not providing information related to pending decisions that would compromise negotiations.
e. Be aware that all content added to a site is subject to open records/right to know laws and discovery in legal cases.
f. Always keep in mind the appropriateness of content.
g. Comply with any existing code of ethical behavior established by the City.
G. Where moderation of comments is an available option, comments from the public will be moderated by City staff, with administrative rights, before posting. Where moderation prior to posting is not an option, sites will be regularly monitored by City staff.
H. When/How to respond to comments:
a. If the person has a question – Respond with information or point them back to the City’s website or other resource. You may ask them to contact you offline when

appropriate (when it is a private issue, when the issue is one in which there is little or no interest by others, etc.)
b. If the person has a complaint – If inaccurate, politely correct inaccuracies. When a general complaint, thank them for sharing feedback and give any other direction that may be needed. If it is a personal matter, reply that you would like to address the issue offline and provide contact information.
c. If the person leaves a general comment, such as “Wow, this is cool” or “Can’t wait,” no response is required.
d. If the person wants to start debating with City employees – Provide proper contact information and resolve the issue offline. Do not debate them on the site. It is acceptable to correct inaccuracies and to provide evidence to support information, but avoid debates.
e. If in doubt how to respond to a comment, please contact the City Administrator for guidance.
I. City staff with administrative rights will not edit any posted comments. However, comments posted by members of the public will be removed if they are abusive, obscene, defamatory, in violation of the copyright, trademark right or other intellectual property right of any third party, or otherwise inappropriate or incorrect. The following are examples of content that may be removed by City staff before or shortly after being published:
a. Potentially libelous comments
b. Obscene or racist comments
c. Personal attacks, insults, or threatening language
d. Plagiarized material
e. Private, personal information published without consent
f. Comments totally unrelated to the topic of the forum
g. Commercial promotions or spam
h. Hyperlinks to material that is not directly related to the discussion
J. Correcting Mistakes:
a. If an employee, council member or volunteer makes a factual mistake on a City social media site/website, he/she should correct it as soon as possible. Corrections should be upfront and timely.
b. If modifying an earlier post, make it clear that the post has been corrected.
c. Designate corrections with “Fixed Link” or “Fact Correction” prior to the correction.
d. Do not try to “hide” corrections, as someone may have seen the incorrect information and may be acting upon it.
K. The City respects employees and agents’ rights to post and maintain personal websites, blogs and social media pages and to use and enjoy social media on their own personal devices during non-work hours. The City requires employees and agents to act in a prudent manner with regard to website and internet postings that reference the City of Faribault, its personnel, its operation or its property. Employees and agents and others affiliated with the City may not use a City brand, logo or other City identifiers on their personal sites, nor post information that purports to be the position of the City without prior authorization.
L. City employees and agents are discouraged from identifying themselves as city employees when responding to or commenting on blogs with personal opinions or views. If an employee

chooses to identify him or herself as a City of Faribault employee, and posts a statement on a matter related to City business, a disclaimer similar to the following must be used:
a. “These are my own opinions and do not represent those of the City.”
M. Occasional access to personal social media websites during work hours is permitted, but employees and agents must adhere to the guidelines outlined in the City’s Computer Use Policy and the City’s Respectful Workplace policy. Employees and agents should also review the Ownership section of this policy (below).
N. There may be times when personal use of social media (even if it is off-duty or using the employee’s own equipment) may spill over into the workplace and become the basis for employee coaching or discipline. Examples of situations where this might occur include:
a. Friendships, dating or romance between co-workers
b. Cyber-bullying, stalking or harassment
c. Release of confidential or private data; if there are question about what constitutes confidential or private data, contact Human Resources.
d. Unlawful activities
e. Misuse of city-owned social media
f. Inappropriate use of the city’s name, logo or the employee’s position or title
g. Using city-owned equipment or city-time for extensive personal social media use Each situation will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis because the laws in this area are complex. If you have any questions about what types of activities might result in discipline, please discuss the type of usage with the HR Manager.
O. Facilities or departments wishing to have a new social media presence must submit a request to the City Administrator in order to ensure social media accounts are kept to a sustainable number and policies are followed. All approved sites will be clearly marked as the City of Faribault site and will be linked with the official City website (www.ci.faribault.mn.us). Login and password information for City social media accounts should be shared with the MIS Coordinator for storage purposes in case an account must be accessed in the absence of the employee maintaining the site. No one may establish social media accounts or websites on behalf of the City unless authorized in accordance with this policy.

4. Elected official and officials appointed to City Boards, Committees, and Commissions should comply with the following guidelines when posting to City of Faribault social media sites:
A. Official city social media sites shall not be used for campaigning purposes.
B. Comments or links to any content that endorses or opposes political candidates or ballot propositions, including links to an elected official’s campaign site shall not be posted. (ALL comments posted during an election season by anyone who has filed for office will be removed).
C. Elected officials and members serving on a city board, commission, or committee should be mindful of the risks of electronic communication in relation to the Minnesota Data Practices Act and the Open Meeting Law; two-way communication between elected officials or between members of the City boards, commissions, committees should be avoided. Adding to a post or comment on a non-public, private social media website that would create a quorum of the group you represent is prohibited. If the comment or posting requires official review it should be handled before the group at a public meeting.

D. Social media sites should not be used as a mechanism for conducting official City business other than to informally communicate with the public.
E. When posting or commenting on a City social media site, officials shall reveal their position, be honest, straightforward and respectful, and not represent themselves as speaking on behalf of the City.
F. In an effort to be honest, officials must ensure they do not share non-public information related to coworkers, personnel data, medical information, claims or lawsuits, or other non- public or confidential information.
G. Strive to add value to any social media discussion by staying focused on the issue.
H. To help prevent errors and liability issues, officials are encouraged to ask the City Administrator to provide response and clarification rather than summarizing them from memory.
I. Officials are asked to correct errors or mistakes in a posting or comment as soon as possible. If you modify an earlier post, make it clear the posting has been corrected. Consider designating corrections with “Fixed link” or “Face correction” prior to the correction.
5. Data Ownership
All social media communication or messages composed, sent, or received on city equipment in an official capacity are the property of the City and will be subject to the Minnesota Government Data Practices Act. This law classifies certain information as available to the public upon request. The City of Faribault also maintains the sole property rights to any image, video or audio captured while a City employee is representing the City in any capacity.

The City retains the right to monitor employee’s social media use on city equipment and will exercise its right as necessary. Users should have no expectation of privacy. Social media is not a secure means of communication.

6. Policy Violations
Violations of this Policy will subject the employee to disciplinary action up to and including discharge from employment.


THIS POLICY SPECIFICALLY REPEALS AND REPLACES PRIOR CITY POLICIES AND ADMINISTRATIVE MEMORANDA RELATIVE TO SOCIAL MEDIA POLICIES.

Approved:


Mayor City Administrator

March 27, 2018

Appendix A

City of Faribault
Social Media Disclaimer and Comments Policy

The purpose of this and other City sponsored social media sites is to communicate between the City, its individual departments and members of the public. We reserve the right, at our sole discretion, to change, modify, add or delete comments or posts, photos and videos in accordance with this policy.

In general, it is the City’s intent to not allow posts to be initiated by users on its social media pages. However, in the instances where comments are allowed, the City will remove comments that:
1. Contain obscenities;
2. Demean specific individuals or groups of people;
3. Are libelous/slanderous;
4. Contain factual inaccuracies;
5. Qualify as SPAM;
6. Are not topically related to the particular social medium article being commented upon;
7. Express support for or opposition to political campaigns or ballot measures;
8. Contain sexual content or links to sexual content;
9. Solicit commerce;
10. Conduct or encourage illegal activity;
11. Compromise the safety or security of the public or public systems; or
12. Violate a legal ownership interest of any other party.

Additionally, ALL comments posted during an election season by anyone who has filed for office will be removed.

The views, postings, positions or opinions expressed on this site do not necessarily reflect those of the City of Faribault.

The City of Faribault does not use its social media sites to promote, become a “friend” of or “fan” of, or link to individuals or private sector businesses.

Advertising
The City of Faribault does not endorse any product, service, company or organization advertising on its social media pages. The ads that appear on social media pages are sold, posted and maintained by those social media sites.

Privacy policy
Please note that the City of Faribault does not share information gathered through its social media sites with third parties for promotional purposes. However, any information you provide to the City is subject to the Minnesota Government Data Practices Act. This law classifies certain information as available to the public upon request.


Request for Council Action

TO: Mayor and City Council
THROUGH: Tim Murray, City Administrator Deanna Kuennen, CED Director
FROM: Peter Waldock, AICP Planning Coordinator
MEETING DATE: March 27, 2018
SUBJECT: Ordinance 2018-1 Annexing and Zoning Certain
Lands – Warsaw Township (1101 Faribault Road). First Reading

Background:
Winifred Hughes, owner of a single family residence at 1101 Faribault Road, has submitted a petition for annexation to the City in order to connect her home to the City sanitary sewer system. City sanitary sewer and water are accessible to the site. The property is about 40,322 SF in area (0.926 acres). It is contiguous to the City limits.

The City has sent a notice to the Warsaw Town Board of Supervisors of the petition and they passed a motion of no objection at their January 2018 meeting. The City has not received objections from surrounding owners.

According to estimates by the Rice County Assessor, this property will generate about $700.00 annually in City property taxes once it is annexed. Statutes require the City to reimburse the Township for their portion of the property taxes in 2018 (the year in which it is annexed). The 2018 property taxes for Warsaw Township that this property would receive (but for the annexation), is set at $97.91. Further, the Statutes require the City compensate the Township for special assessments that may be assigned to the property. While the only special assessments on this property are from Rice County for solid waste services (which will remain in effect after annexation), the ordinance also includes payment of
$100.00 to Warsaw Township for potential future special assessments attributable to this property.

The zoning in the area includes R-1, Single Family Residential to the east, C-2, Highway Commercial and TUD, Transitional Urban Development District to the north. The annexation ordinance provides for establishment of R-1, Single Family Residential District zoning at the site upon annexation.

Recommendation:

Approve first reading of Ordinance 2018-1 Annexing and Zoning Property located at 1101 Faribault Road, Warsaw Township. (4/7)
Attachments:
Ordinance 2018-1 with Exhibits Annexation Survey
Location Map

CITY OF FARIBAULT ORDINANCE NO. 2018-1
AN ORDINANCE ANNEXING CERTAIN LANDS FROM WARSAW TOWNSHIP AND ZONING SUCH LANDS IN THE R1 DISTRICT

THE CITY OF FARIBAULT ORDAINS:

WHEREAS, On September 26 2017, the city of Faribault (the “City”) received a petition for annexation of .9 acres of real property that is legally described on Exhibit A attached hereto and depicted on Exhibit B attached hereto (the “Identified Land”); and

WHEREAS, On February 27, 2018 in accordance with Minnesota Statutes, Section 414.033, subd. 2b, the City held a public hearing, giving 30 days’ notice thereof by certified mail to Warsaw Township and all landowners within and contiguous to the Identified Land; and

WHEREAS, the Identified Land abuts the City, is less than 120 acres, is not presently served by public wastewater facilities and such facilities are not otherwise available, and the annexation petition was submitted by the sole owner of the Identified Land; and

WHEREAS, the Identified Land is not contiguous to any property that was either simultaneously proposed to be annexed or previously annexed within the preceding 12 months; and

WHEREAS, the Identified Land is about to become urban or suburban in character; and

WHEREAS, all conditions required under Minnesota Statutes, Section 414.033, subd. 2(3) have been met; and

WHEREAS, the City also provided the petitioner with written notice that the cost of electric utility service may change if the land is annexed into the City and such notice included an estimate of the changes in such service.

NOW, THEREFORE, the city council of the city of Faribault does hereby ordain as follows:

Section I. The above recitals are incorporated into this ordinance as if fully set forth herein.

Section II. In accordance with Minnesota Statutes, Section 414.033, subd. 2(3), the city council hereby declares by ordinance that the Identified Land, as legally described on Exhibit A and depicted on Exhibit B, is annexed to the City.

Section III. Taxes payable to Warsaw Township in 2018 on the Identified Land total $97.91 and those 2018 taxes shall be paid to Warsaw Township. In addition, the City shall pay Warsaw Township a cash amount of $100.00 which shall compensate Warsaw Township for any future special assessment payments attributable to the Identified Land, as well as for future lost property tax revenues.

Section IV. There are no special assessments assigned by Warsaw Township to the Identified Land, nor is there any debt incurred by Warsaw Township attributable to the Identified Land.

Section V. The city administrator is directed to promptly file a copy of this ordinance with the Office of Administrative Hearings (Chief Administrative Law Judge), the Warsaw Township clerk, the Rice County Auditor’s Office, and the Minnesota Secretary of State.

Section VI. Upon annexation to the City, the Identified Land shall be zoned R-1, Single Residential District on the Official Zoning Map as shown on Exhibit C and attached hereto.

Section VII. This ordinance shall be effective 90 days after its publication and the annexation is final on the date of approval by the Chief Administrative Law Judge.

Section VIII. City Staff shall, upon an affirmative vote of no fewer than five of seven City Council Members, have the following summary printed in the official City newspaper in lieu of the complete ordinance:

On , 2018 the City Council adopted Ordinance 2018-1 annexing certain land located at 1101 Faribault Place and zoning said land R-1 Single Family Residential District as described and illustrated in the ordinance on file at City Hall, 208 NW 1st Avenue, Faribault, Minnesota and available for public review during normal business hours.


Read by the City Council of the City of Faribault on this 27th day of March, 2018.

Read and passed by the City Council of the City of Faribault on this day of , 2018.

 

 

 

Kevin F. Voracek, Mayor


ATTEST:
Timothy C. Murray, City Administrator

(SEAL)

EXHIBIT A
Ordinance 2018-1
Legal Description of the Identified Land

 

 

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EXHIBIT B
Depiction of the Identified Land

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Exhibit C

 

 

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Request for Council Action
TO: Mayor and City Council
THROUGH: Tim Murray, City Administrator
FROM: Mark DuChene, City Engineer
MEETING DATE: March 27, 2018
SUBJECT: Highland Place Sidewalk Construction - Contract
2018-05


Background:
On January 9, 2018, the Faribault City Council approved Resolution 2018- 012, ordering the improvements and preparation of plans and specifications for the reconstruction of Highland Place, City Contract 2018- 05, and directed staff to review alternatives for the road design and sidewalk installation location. Since then City staff have reviewed options for alternative road and sidewalk designs and presented two alternatives to the property owners.

The first alternative or the traditional design layout, depicts the layout as presented as part of the January 9, 2018 council meeting, which included reducing the current 36-ft wide street down to a 34-ft wide street between curbs, and placing a concrete sidewalk 1-ft inside the property line or approximately 8.5-ft behind the curb. This design maximizes the boulevard width which provides the most space for snow storage and maximum separation between vehicle traffic in the street and pedestrian traffic on the proposed sidewalk. It also proposed to move the on-street parking which is currently only allowed on the south side of the road to only being allowed on the north side of the road. The switch of the on-street parking was suggested as a compromise to the concerns from the property owners on the north side of the road about losing parking spots within their driveways due to the proposed sidewalk. This option also did require the removal of most trees within the public right-of-way.

The second alternative presented reduces the street width even further down to a 32-ft wide street which allows the sidewalk to be moved away from the right-of-way/property line. This design allows most if not all of the existing trees within the public right-of-way to remain while maintaining a minimum 4-ft boulevard (most areas have a 6-ft boulevard) 
space between the proposed sidewalk and curb for snow removal storage and pedestrian safety. Again the on-street street parking is proposed to be moved from the south side of the road to the north side.

Letters were sent out to property owners within the proposed project area on March 13, 2018 inviting them to a neighborhood meeting at 6:00 pm on Thursday March 22, 2018, to discuss the two design alternatives. The letter, a copy of which is included, contained a link to the project website which showed two design alternatives.

There were 10 people in attendance at the March 22, 2018 neighborhood meeting and the discussion lasted about an hour. The discussion was centered on the two road/sidewalk design alternatives. The following is a summary of the relevant comments:
- Sidewalk is needed to provide a safe pedestrian route due to the volume and speed of traffic on Highland.
- Any new sidewalk will be a new maintenance burden on homeowners, especially those on social security/fixed income.
- Has there been a survey to find out how many people use or would use this sidewalk?
- If sidewalk has to go in, the 32-ft wide street option is preferred.
- The street does need to be reconstructed and designed to accommodate the truck traffic.

Two other letters were received prior to the neighborhood meeting and a copy of each is attached as well.

Recommendation:

Staff’s recommendation is for the council to direct staff to modify the Highland Place reconstruction design to include a 32-ft wide street, with a 5-ft sidewalk on the north side of the road as shown on the City’s Comprehensive Sidewalk Plan, and switch the parking restriction on the road so that parking is prohibited on the south side of the road and allowed on the north side of the road as presented in the second alternative layout.

Attachments:
Neighborhood Meeting No. 2 Notice Letter and Sign-up Sheet March 17, 2108 Letter from Jill Finstuen
March 22, 2018 Email from Bradley Frazier

 

 

 

 


March 13, 2018


Dear Prope1iy Owner: .

Citro,---­
Faribault

The purpose of this letter is to inform you that a second informational meeting is being held to discuss the proposed Highland Place Reconstruction Improvements project (City Contract 2018-05), located from Westwood Drive to Prairie Avenue. On January 9, 2018, the Faribault City Council approved Resolution 2018-012, ordering the improvements and preparation of plans and specifications for the reconstruction of Highland Place and directed staff to review alternatives for the road design and sidewalk installation location. ·

The informational meeting is scheduled at 6:00 p.m., Thursday, March 22, 2018 in the Council Chambers on first floor of City Hall. City staff will be available at the meeting to discuss arw concerns. you may have with the proposed project and present the design alternative.s for the road to accommodate the proposed sidewalk constmction. Following this second informational meeting, City Staff is tentatively scheduled to present the design alternatives to the City Council including feedback received as part of the second informational meeting at the Council's regular City Council meeting on March 27, 2018 and look for Council to provide· direction to Staff on how to proceed with the si.dewalk component.of the proposed project.

The informational meeting gives the City staff an oppo1iunity to review and discuss proposed projects in detail with the prope1iy owners on an individualized basis. A copy of the two road
/sidewalk layout plans can be found at http://www.faribault.org/534/2018-05-Highland-Place-
. Reconstruction City Staff will.also be out staking the· alternative sidewalk location prior to the informational meeting so prope1iy owners can see the possible sidewalk location in relation. to existing trees and landscaping, If you have any questions or. concerns regarding the proposed improvement project and. are unable to attend the second informational meeting I urge you to contact
· me at the information below. I look forward to meeting with you.

Sincerely,

Mark DuChene, PE City Engineer
City of Faribault mduchene@ci.faribault.mn.us (507) 333-0360

ft City Hall* 208 First Avenue N.W. * Faribault, Minnesota 55021-5180 * Phone (507) 334-2222 * Fax (507) 333-0399

INFORMATIONAL OPEN HOUSE CITY OF FARIBAULT PROJECT 2018-05
HIGHLAND PLACE RECONSTRUCT THURSDAY MARCH 22, 2018 6:00 P.M.

SIGN UP SHEET

 

1322 Highland Place
Faribault, MN 55021
March 17, 2018

 

Tim Murray
City Administrator City of Faribault 208 1st Avenue NW
Faribault, MN 55021

Mark Duchene City Engineer City of Faribault
208 1st Avenue NW
Faribault, MN 55021

RE: Special assessments - Highland Place Dear Mr. Murray and Mr. Duchene:
Thank you for listening to the concerns of the residents who live on Highland Place and taking these concerns into consideration for the Highland Place Reconstruction project. The alternative sidewalk location is a huge improvement over the initial plan. I hope the City Council approves the alternative plan over the initial plan. Although no one wants to pay special assessments, if you own a house and your street needs repair, it's a cost of living there.

We will be out of town for both the March 22nd and March 27th meetings. Sincerely,


Jill Finstuen

From: Brad Frazier
Sent: Thursday, March 22, 2018 1:01 PM
To: Mark Duchene
Subject: Highland Place Reconstruction Improvement

Hi Mark:

My name is Bradley Frazier and I live at 1323 Highland Place. I will not be at the public meeting tonight, but thank you for letting me know about it.

My comments about the project:

I would prefer that nothing be done, because I am not pleased that I will be assessed a portion of project on my property tax statements. However, I understand that facilities age and need to be replaced.

I like the idea of a sidewalk. We need to promote walking and safety. I don't like walking down my busy street without a sidewalk.

Since doing nothing is not on the table, I prefer the Alternate scenario where many of the trees are spared. They contribute aesthetically, functionally, and environmentally to the street. I prefer this even though reducing the street width from 36 to 32 feet is not desirable. The street feels narrow now when a car is parked in the street.
Thank you for the opportunity to comment and keep me informed on the status of the project. Sincerely,
Brad


Request for Council Action

TO: Mayor and City Council
FROM: Tim Murray, City Administrator
MEETING DATE: March 27, 2018
SUBJECT: Approve Airport Hangar Lease with Cross Country Soaring

Background:

Cross Country Soaring, Inc. (CCS) is the private glider business that operates at the Faribault Municipal Airport. They are currently based out of the former maintenance hangar/terminal building, commonly referred to as the “Yellow Building”. As part of the SteinAir project proposed for construction at the airport, the Yellow Building is slated to be removed. CCS has request a short term lease agreement to continue to use the Yellow Building until such time that demolition would actually be starting.

A short term lease agreement that would allow CCS to continue to operate their business from the Yellow Hangar is currently being drafted, and will be sent to CCS for review and comment prior to the Council meeting. Upon being given 30-day’s notice, the agreement will terminate, and CCS will be required to vacate the building and remove all of their equipment and other materials in preparation for the building’s demolition.

CCS is currently working on a proposal to build their own hangar along the taxilane west of the City’s 10-unit T-Hangar. Actions related to that (land lease agreement, building permit, development assistance agreement, etc.) will be brought to Council for consideration as that moves forward.


Recommendation:
Approve Hangar Lease Agreement with Cross Country Soaring upon review and discussion

Attachments:
Email Correspondence
(Draft Lease Agreement to be provided prior to meeting)

From: Donald Ingraham
To: Tim Murray
Subject: Re: yellow hangar until demolition
Date: Wednesday, March 14, 2018 4:53:18 PM


Awesome. Thank you.

> On Mar 14, 2018, at 4:52 PM, Tim Murray <tmurray@ci.faribault.mn.us> wrote:
>
> Don
> Yes, I see it as standard, and am shooting to also have the item on the 3/27 Council meeting for approval. Obviously, I can't guarantee it.
> Tim
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Donald Ingraham [mailto:doningra@gmail.com]
> Sent: Wednesday, March 14, 2018 4:34 PM
> To: Tim Murray <tmurray@ci.faribault.mn.us>
> Subject: Re: yellow hangar until demolition
>
>
> Hi Tim,
> Thanks for all your time and coordination on this. Do you see the process of getting the lease in place as ‘standard procedure’ and that I can bank (literally) on it happening? Or are there any significant hurdles that catch your eye? Any idea how long before the final step allowing me into the hangar? I only ask because I have to hire a tow pilot and perhaps a second instructor.
> Thanks, Tim.
> Don
>
>
>
>> On Mar 14, 2018, at 3:31 PM, Tim Murray <tmurray@ci.faribault.mn.us> wrote:
>>
>> Don
>>
>> Thank you for reaching out--the City is very supportive of you continuing to operate out of the yellow hanger until such time that it would be scheduled for removal. I will be preparing a draft lease agreement for you to review, which will then need to be reviewed by our attorney (as well as you and yours), and then go to the City Council for approval (following our standard lease agreement format, with perhaps a few minor modifications). I am viewing that this will be a month-to-month lease, allowing you to operate out of the yellow hanger until the time that demolition would be scheduled to begin (after being formally authorized by the City Council, bids solicited, and a contract executed), and would propose that a minimum 30-day notice be provided to you. I am planning to have a first draft available for your review at the beginning of next week.
>>
>> As there are still several steps to be taken and a number of "moving parts" on this project, it is difficult to estimate an exact timetable. The City's next steps as they relate to the demolition of the yellow hangar include the hiring of a consultant to do the environmental/historical review (approval of the hiring is scheduled for the 3/27 council meeting), the actual review completed by the consultant, submittal of the review to SHPO (State Historical Preservation Office) and to the FAA. Following that would come the authorization by the council to solicit bids for the actual demolition, and then the awarding of a contract for the demolition.
>>
>> As there are a number of components here that are somewhat beyond the control of the City (for example, is SHPO review 2 days, 2 weeks, or 2 months?), I am unable to give you an estimate on when demolition might be expected to start. Once we have the consultant retained, perhaps they can help provide a little bit better schedule.
>>

>> Hopefully the ability to continue operating out of the yellow hangar for at least the beginning part of your season provides the time needed to come up with a permanent solution at the airport. To that end, I understand that the EDA will be reviewing your request for partial assistance at their meeting tomorrow morning.
>>
>> Please let me know if there is anything else I can do at this time or if you have any other questions.
>>
>> Thanks,
>> Tim Murray
>> City Administrator
>> (507) 333-0355 (Office)
>> (507) 210-3211 (Mobile)
>> tmurray@ci.faribault.mn.us
>>
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Donald Ingraham [mailto:doningra@gmail.com]
>> Sent: Wednesday, March 14, 2018 2:01 PM
>> To: Tim Murray <tmurray@ci.faribault.mn.us>
>> Subject: Re: yellow hangar until demolition
>>
>> Hi Tim,
>> I just left a voicemail for you. I thought I better follow up this way in case you can access one and not the other from wherever you are.
>>
>> This is the time of year when my students pre-pay thousands of dollars for their flight school costs for the upcoming season and I hire and train a new tow pilot. I can’t do either until I know for sure what airport I’ll be flying from!
>> If you could let me know what the issue is, if there is one, don’t hesitate to let me know if I can help resolve it.
>> Thanks,
>> Don Ingraham
>> 612-730-3905
>>
>>
>>
>>> On Mar 12, 2018, at 7:22 PM, Donald Ingraham <doningra@gmail.com> wrote:
>>>
>>> Hi Tim,
>>> I asked Jerry Serres if I could continue my 12 year-run in the yellow hangar until the bad men…er… demolition folks, show up.
>>> Jerry said that he talked to Travis Block about it and that decision
>>> is now the city’s to make. He said you were out last week and would be back this week and would give me an answer.
>>>
>>> I do not know the route such a decision will take or the
>>> conversations that will surround it, but I would just like to say
>>> that it is *extremely* critical to my livelihood, to my flight
>>> students, to the private owners of 15 sailplanes based at Faribault and of course, to my pre-paid ride customers to start the year as planned. I hereby agree ahead of time to be out at a moment’s notice. I will in NO WAY use my presence there to hinder or delay the decision, or action, to remove the hangar.
>>>
>>> Thanks in advance,
>>> Donald Ingraham
>>> Cross Country Soaring, Inc.
>>> 612-730-3905
>>>
>>
>

HANGAR RENTAL AGREEMENT

This hangar rental agreement is made on the day of , 2018, by and between the City of Faribault, a municipal corporation (the "City") and the occupant set forth in Section 1 of this agreement (the "Occupant");

In consideration of the provisions of this agreement, the City grants to the Occupant, and the Occupant accepts and takes the right to occupy and use a hangar space located at the Faribault Municipal Airport for the operation of a commercial glider business. The right to occupy and use hangar space is subject to the terms and conditions of the provisions in this agreement.

SECTION 1 – OCCUPANT

12.1 Occupant Name: Cross Country Soaring, Inc. Occupant Address: 4321 120th Street West
Lonsdale, MN 55046 Referred to as "Occupant" in this document.

12.2 Registered Aircraft Owner/Lessee. Occupant shall provide a copy of registrations and leases for all aircraft to be stored in and/or operated from the hangar to the City. These documents must be on file with the City prior to occupying the hangar. Occupant must inform the City of any changes in their status as to ownership or lease of an aircraft.

SECTION 2 – HANGAR

2.1 Hangar. This agreement is for the former maintenance hangar/terminal building, identified as Building #2 on the map maintained by the City of Faribault Public Works Department. The building is commonly referred to as the “Yellow Hangar” or the “Yellow Building”. The Occupant clearly acknowledges that this hangar has been identified for removal/ demolition, and the Occupant shall make whatever plans or preparations they deem necessary to vacate the hangar upon receiving notice of the termination of this agreement.

2.2 Use of Hangar. Occupant has the right and privilege to use the hangar to operate a commercial glider business and store aircraft associated with that business during the term of this agreement. The Occupant's rights and privileges to use the hangar only pertain to the commercial glider business operations and associated aircraft storage and to no other purpose without the prior written consent of the City, except that other uses consistent with the operation of the glider business and other items incidental to the use of aircraft associated with the business stored therein may occur.

2.3 Hangar Door to be Closed. Occupant is responsible for ensuring the hangar doors are closed at all times when there is not activity taking place in or around the hangar that require the door(s) be open. Occupant is responsible for, and holds the City harmless from, any damage or destruction to the doors or to the hangar attributable to or caused wholly or partly by Occupant's failure to comply with this provision.

2.4 Condition of the Hangar. Occupant accepts the hangar in the condition existing on the date of this agreement. The City has no obligation to make any alteration, addition or improvement to the hangar.

2.5 Maintenance of the Hangar. The Occupant, at Occupant's own expense, must maintain the hangar in a safe, non-hazardous, neat, clean, and sanitary condition. No explosive, flammable or hazardous materials shall be stored in the hangar, provided, however, that materials incidental to the operation of the glider business and the use and maintenance of the aircraft stored in the hangar may be kept in the hangar in such amounts as are reasonable for the above described purposes. Storage and use of such materials shall, at all times, comply with all federal, state and local laws, ordinances and regulations. Improper handling or disposal of hazardous materials shall be grounds for termination of this agreement.

The City, or its agent, will provide snow removal services to the area of the leased hangar and taxi-ways as close to the leased hangar entrance as possible, but the Occupant will be primarily responsible for removal of snow and ice immediately in front of the leased premises.

The Occupant is to report any maintenance concerns to the Airport Manager/FBO. If the manager is not available, Occupant is to contact: Public Works Department, City of Faribault, 208 NW 1st Ave, Faribault, MN 55021, (507) 333-0361, or to another address or telephone number as may be assigned to the responsible department of the City.

2.6 Fixtures; Improvements. The Occupant cannot attach or install any fixture in the hangar, nor can the Occupant repair, reconstruct, enlarge, add to or alter the hangar or any part of the hangar, without prior written consent of the City. Any fixtures or improvements added will be at the Occupant's sole expense.

2.7 Ownership. The hangar, and all structural repairs, improvements, alterations, or additions made by the Occupant, and any fixtures permanently attached to the hangar during the term of this agreement, become and remain the property of the City.

SECTION 3 - PAYMENTS, OTHER OCCUPANT RESPONSIBILITIES

3.1 Term. This agreement shall run on a month-to-month basis, taking effect on the date hereof and, if not terminated during 2018, expiring on December 31, 2018. The amount of the lease is $700.00 per month for the months of April through October, and $350.00 per month for the months of November through March. Payments for partial months shall be prorated. Should this agreement not be terminated by the end of 2018, and a new agreement has not yet been executed, then this agreement will automatically continue on a month-by-month basis, beginning on the first day of the month following the expiration date of this agreement. Additional monthly lease payments shall be made by the Occupant for each month the Occupant continues to utilize the hangar after the expiration of this agreement, and until a new agreement is signed.

3.2 Payments. The Occupant shall submit the full amount of the monthly lease payment to the City on or before the first day of each month for which the lease payment applies. So long

as payments are received in a timely manner, this agreement will remain in effect. Failure to submit the required payment by the 10th day of the month for which the lease payment applies shall be grounds for the termination of this lease, and the City shall proceed with the termination of this agreement under the terms outlined herein. Payments are to be made at the time and place indicated on the monthly billing. Correspondence can be sent to: Public Works Department, City of Faribault, 208 NW 1st Ave, Faribault, MN 55021, and
(507) 333-0361. The Occupant is responsible for informing the City of any changes in billing address.

3.3 Utilities. The City shall provide normal utility services including water, sanitary sewer, electricity, and natural gas to the hangar throughout the terms of this agreement, at no cost to the Occupant. No other utilities may be connected to a hangar unless prior written consent is received from the City. In the case of additional permitted utilities, the Occupant is responsible for those costs.

3.4 Taxes. Should a determination be made that the interest of the Occupant in this agreement is taxable in any way, and should any tax be levied, the Occupant is responsible for promptly paying the tax when due. The Occupant must be able to, within a reasonable time after a request by the City, provide proof of tax payments to the City.

3.5 Mortgages; Assignment. The Occupant cannot mortgage, encumber, assign as security, transfer, assign, or sublet their interest in this agreement, in whole or in part, without receiving prior written consent from the City. Violations of this provision will terminate this agreement.

SECTION 4 - CITY OF FARIBAULT RIGHTS RESPONSIBILITIES

4.1 Inspection. The Occupant must allow the City access to the hangar, for the purpose of conducting inspections of the hangar to determine whether the Occupant is complying with the provisions of this agreement. The Occupant may be a party to the compliance inspection; however, the City is not required to notify the Occupant nor make any accommodation to the Occupant before conducting compliance inspections.

4.2 Maintenance. The Occupant must allow the City access to the hangar, for the purpose of conducting maintenance on the hangar. The Occupant may be a party to access for maintenance purposes; however, the City is not required to notify the Occupant of its intent to conduct maintenance.

4.3 Access to Aircraft. The City of Faribault will not operate, move, or otherwise change the position of any aircraft. The Fixed Base Operator or Occupant will be contacted to operate, move, or otherwise change the position of any aircraft, if such action is necessary for inspection or maintenance in a hangar. During periods of maintenance and/or inspection of hangars, should the aircraft need to be tied down on the apron, any fees that are or may be in place will be waived.

SECTION 5 - TERMINATION PROVISIONS

5.1 Termination. Either party to this agreement may, at any time and for any reason, terminate this agreement upon thirty (30) days advance written notice to the other party. Billing for final payment will include the last full month (including periods of more than fifteen days). The Occupant hereby acknowledges that this hangar has been proposed to be removed/ demolished in 2018 as part of a redevelopment project at the airport, and notice of termination of this agreement could come at any time following its execution. The Occupant agrees not to undertake any actions which would hinder the City’s ability to remove the hangar on a schedule established by the City. The Occupant further agrees and acknowledges that the City shall not be responsible for any costs or other impacts to the Occupant’s glider operation business that may result from the termination of this agreement and the vacating of the hangar by the Occupant.

5.2 Default. In the event the occupant defaults in the performance of any provisions of this agreement and the default continues for a period of twenty days after service of written notice of the default by the City on the occupant, the City may repossess the hangar or any portion of it with or without terminating this agreement. Any such action by the City is done without prejudice to any other remedy for any payments due the City or other breach of agreement provision. In the case of default by the Occupant, the City may, at its option, terminate this agreement by giving written notice of the termination. The rights and remedies given to the City are deemed to be cumulative, and the exercise of one cannot be deemed to be an election by the City to exclude the exercise of any other right or remedy at a different time.

5.3 Destruction. In the event the hangar is destroyed by any cause, whether natural or manmade, or is rendered unusable for any reason (as determined by the City), this agreement immediately and without further action terminates. In such an event, the Occupant is to surrender possession of the hangar to the City. The City is to refund any amounts paid by the occupant as consideration, for the month in which such destruction occurs. The refund is to be equal to the proportion of the number of days in the month following the destruction to the number of days in the month.

5.4 Notice of Vacation. Prior to vacating the hangar for any reason, the Occupant is to deliver to the City a notice of their intent to vacate the hangar. The Occupant understands and agrees that up to five days before vacating the hangar and up to three days after vacating the hangar, the City may conduct vacation inspections to determine whether the Occupant has complied with the provisions of this agreement. The Occupant may be a party to the vacation inspection; however, the City is not required to make unreasonable accommodations in order to allow the Occupant to be present at vacation inspections.

5.5 Removal of Items. The Occupant cannot, under any circumstances, remove any property belonging to the City, including fixtures attached to and made part of the hangar, from the hangar. Furthermore, the Occupant shall remove all aircraft, vehicles, equipment, materials, furnishings, etc., owned by the Occupant upon vacating the hangar. The Occupant shall be responsible for the cost of the removal of any items left in the hangar

should the Occupant not remove them within the specified timeframe following notice of termination of this agreement.

5.6 Surrender of Possession. The Occupant must peaceably vacate and quietly yield and surrender the hangar upon termination of this agreement. The Occupant must surrender the hangar to the City in as good condition and repair as existed the date the Occupant began using the hangar, with reasonable wear and tear excepted. Keys issued, as well as any copies that may have been made, must be given to the City upon termination.

SECTION 6 - OTHER PROVISIONS

6.1 Liability Provisions; Indemnification; Insurance:

Notwithstanding anything to the contrary in this agreement, the City, its officers, agents, and employees shall not be liable or responsible in any manner to the Occupant, Occupant's successors or assigns, the Occupant's contractor or subcontractors, material suppliers, laborers, or to any other person or persons for any claim, demand, damage, or cause of action of any kind or character arising out of or by reason of the execution of this agreement or the performance of this agreement, nor will the Occupant make any claim against the City for or on account of any injury, loss or damage resulting from the Occupant's property or use thereof. The Occupant, and the Occupant's successors or assigns, agree to protect, defend and save the City, and its officers, agents, and employees, harmless from all such claims, demands, damages, and causes of action and the costs, disbursements, and expenses of defending the same, including but not limited to, attorneys fees, consulting services, and other technical, administrative or professional assistance. Nothing in this agreement shall constitute a waiver or limitation of any immunity or limitation on liability to which the City is entitled under Minnesota Statutes, Chapter 466 or otherwise.

The Occupant shall obtain and maintain, at its sole expense, continuously in effect at all times during the terms of this agreement, the following insurance:

1. Comprehensive general liability insurance protecting the City against any and all liability by reason of the Occupant’s conduct incident to the use of the premises, or resulting from any accident occurring on or about the roads, driveways, parking areas, runways, taxiways, or other places used by the Occupant at the airport, caused by or arising out of any wrongful act or omission of the Occupant, in the amount of
$1,500,000.00. The City shall be named as an additional insured.
2. Hangar keepers liability insurance in the minimum amount of $1,500,000.00.
3. Professional liability insurance in the minimum amount of $1,500,000.00.
4. Passenger liability insurance in the minimum amount of $1,500,000.00 per occurrence.
5. Fire an extended coverage insurance on all fixed improvements erected by the Occupant on or in the hangar to the full insurable value thereof.
6. Workers Compensation Insurance as required by State law.

The Occupant shall supply a Certificate of Insurance to the City showing the limits and period of insurance prior to the start date of this agreement. The Certificate shall contain a

binding statement that the policy may not be canceled, terminated, changed, or modified without giving thirty (30) days written advance notice thereof to the City. If at any time any of the policies shall be or become unsatisfactory to the City, the Occupant shall promptly obtain a new and satisfactory policy in replacement. The Occupant shall furnish copies of these policies to the City Administrator’s office when they are received by the Occupant.

The Occupant shall meet, and provide upon request verification of, all licensure requirements of the City of Faribault, State of Minnesota and/or the United States Government to legally comply with this agreement.

6.2 Transferring, subletting, selling: The Occupant shall not assign, transfer, sublet or sell any interest in this agreement or in the improvements located on the property. No exceptions to this provision shall be permitted without prior written consent of the City. Failure to obtain prior written consent before assigning, subletting, or selling any interest in this agreement or in the improvements located on this property shall be sufficient grounds for terminating this agreement without obligation of the City to the Occupant.

6.3 Use of Airport Facilities. The Occupant has the privilege of using the public portions of the airport. Use of the airport is under the rules and conditions as now exist or may be enacted in the future by the City, the State of Minnesota, or the United State government. The Occupant is subject to customary charges for such use as may be established from time to time by the City.

6.4 Compliance with Laws. The Occupant agrees to abide by and conform to all laws, rules, and regulations, including future amendments, controlling or affecting the use or occupancy of the hangar.

6.5 Discrimination. The Occupant, in the use of the Faribault Municipal Airport or any facilities, including the hangar, at the Airport, shall not discriminate or permit discrimination against any person or group of persons on the grounds of race, color or national origin or in any manner prohibited by Part 21 of the Regulations of the Office of the United States Secretary of Transportation. The Occupant further agrees to comply with any requirement made to enforce such regulation which may demanded of the City by the United States government under authority of said Part 21.

6.6 Civil Rights. Occupant agrees that it will comply with applicable laws, statutes and rules that are promulgated to assure that no person shall, on the grounds of race, creed, color, national origin, sex, age, or handicap be excluded from participating in any activity conducted with or benefiting from federal assistance. This provision obligates Occupant or its transferee for the period during which federal assistance is extended to the airport, except where federal assistance is to provide, or is in form of personal property or real property or interest therein or structures or improvements thereon. In these cases, the provision obligates the party or any transferee for the longer of the following periods: (1) the period during which the property is used by the sponsor or any transferee for a purpose for which federal assistance is extended, or for another purpose involving the provision of

similar services or benefits; or (2) the period during which the airport sponsor or any transferee retains ownership or possession of the property.

6.7 General Provisions:

a. Airport Access
Occupant has the privilege of using the public portions of the airport, such as runways and other public facilities, under such terms, ordinances, rules and regulations as now exist or may be enacted by City, and subject to charges for such use as may be established by City, by ordinance or agreement with Occupant.

b. Waiver
The waiver by City or Occupant of any breach of any term of this agreement shall not be deemed a waiver of any prior or subsequent breach of the same term or any other term of this agreement.

c. Headings
The headings in this agreement are for convenience in reference and are not intended to define or limit the scope of any provision of this agreement.

d. Entire Agreement; Amendments
This agreement represents the entire agreement between the parties and supersedes any prior agreements regarding the premises. This agreement may only be amended or modified if done in writing and executed by all parties to this agreement.

Severability
If any part of this agreement shall be held invalid, it shall not affect the validity of the remaining parts of this agreement, provided that such invalidity does not materially prejudice either party under the remaining parts of this agreement.

Choice of Law and Venue
This agreement shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of the State of Minnesota. Any disputes, controversies, or claims arising out of this agreement shall be heard in the state or federal courts of Minnesota, and all parties to this agreement waive any objection to the jurisdiction of these courts, whether based on convenience or otherwise.

g. Public Data
City shall use reasonable care to treat matters pertaining to Occupant in a confidential manner to the extent permitted by law. This agreement, and the information related to it, are subject to the Minnesota Government Data Practices Act, which presumes that data collected by City is public data unless classified otherwise by law.

h. Commitments to Federal and State Agencies

Nothing in this agreement shall be construed to prevent City from making such commitments as it desires to the Federal Government or the State of Minnesota in order to qualify for the expenditure of Federal or State funds on the airport.

i. Successors
This agreement shall extend to bring the legal representatives, successors and assigns of the parties to this agreement.

j. Relationship of Parties
Nothing contained in this agreement shall be deemed to create a partnership, association or joint venture between City and Occupant, or to create any other relationship between the parties other than that of landlord and occupant.

k. Consent and Approvals
Whenever in this agreement the consent or approval of City is required, such phrase means the formal approval or consent of City through a meeting of the Faribault City Council. When the consent or approval of City's staff is required, such phrase means the consent or approval from the appropriate employee or agent of City.

l. Notice
Any notice required under this agreement shall be in writing and delivered in person or by courier or mailed by certified mail, return receipt requested by United States Postal Service, postage prepaid addressed as follows:

If to the City: City of Faribault Department of Public Works 208 NW 1st Avenue Faribault, MN 55021

If to the Occupant: Cross Country Soaring, LLC
4321 120th Street West Lonsdale, MN 55046

Notice is deemed given (i) two business days after being deposited in the mail, whether or not the notice is accepted by the named recipient, or (ii) if delivered by any other means, the date such notice is actually received by the named recipient. Either party may change the party's address for notice by providing written notice to the other party.

This agreement takes effect when it has been approved by the City Council of the City of Faribault or City Council's designated officer, is signed by Occupant, and is accompanied by payment of the first month's charges and other information, as provided in the agreement.

The City and the Occupant have executed this agreement on the date indicated:


The term of this agreement begins on the date indicated: April 1, 2018


CITY OF FARIBAULT:

Dated: _ By: Kevin F. Voracek, Mayor

Attest: Timothy C. Murray, City Administrator

 

OCCUPANT:


Dated:

By: Donald Ingraham,
Chief Executive Officer

Cross Country Soaring

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Request for Council Action

TO: Mayor and City Council
THROUGH: Tim Murray, City Administrator
FROM: Paul J. Peanasky, Parks &Recreation Director
MEETING DATE: March 27, 2018
SUBJECT: Approve Quote to Replace Picnic Shelter #2 at North Alexander Park

Background:
This item is coming back for approval as the action at the March 13th Council meeting was contingent upon the quotes including removals of the existing shelter and concrete slab. In checking back, that work was inadvertently omitted from the request for quotes, and as such, was not included in the quotes received. Since the quotes received already put the costs at the budgeted amount for this project, our own parks maintenance staff will do the removals.

The picnic shelters in North Alexander Park are more than 30 years old. Currently, Shelter #2, the green shelter in the southwest corner of the park, is leaning and is in very poor condition. The concrete is also in very bad condition and needs to be removed and replaced.

The quote to replace the shelter is from Northland Recreation for a cost of $36,855.15. This quote is an NJPA Contract bid which is a purchasing organization that the City is a member of and is similar to the state bid contract. The low quote to replace the concrete slab under the shelter is from Thompson Concrete & Masonry for
$12,490.50.

The approved 2018 Budget and Capital Improvement Plan has
$50,000.00 budgeted for this project. There will also be some additional costs to replace electrical and install new lights in the facility. Removal of the building and the old concrete will be done by the Parks Department Staff.

Recommendation:
Staff recommends approval of the quote from Northland Recreation of
$36,855.15 for the picnic shelter which includes the supplies and freight at a cost of $28,965.15 and $7,890.00 for labor. Staff also recommends approval of the quote for concrete replacement for the shelter from Thompson Concrete & Masonry for $12,490.50. Total cost is $49,345.65.

Attachments:
Quotes

10085 Bridgewater Bay
Woodbury, MN 55129
Phone 651.815.4097
Toll Free 888.371.4958 Fax 414.395.8538
Email info@no rthlandrec.com


QUOTATION - NJPA CONTRACT

To: City of Faribault Date: January 17, 2018
208 NW 1st Ave. Faribault, MN 55021
.Contact:
Keith Walker
Phone: 507-320-4185
Cell:
Project: Shelter Fax:
North Alexander Park Email:
We are pleased to provide the following quotation on items supplied by See Below
Qty. Item Description Unit Price Extension
1 Poligon RAM-24x44MR Shelter $28,015 .15
Multi -Rib Roof
50 PSF Snow LOad
Frame Finish - Poli-5000
Frame - Bumper Black, Roof - Copper Penny
Building Code 2015MNBC
Wind Speed 115
Ground Snow LOad 50
Min. Clearance Height 7.5
Cale Books 2
Drawings 4
Sealed Drawings - Yes
Upper Roof Slope 4.0/12

 

 

 

* Bonding and Retainage allowances not included Sub Total $28,015.15
* Building Permits not included. Freight $950.00


IMPORTANT INFORMATION:
+ Quotation is valid for: 30 Days
+ Freight based on shipment to Faribault, MN
+ Shipment can currently be made in - to be determined
+ Terms: Based on credit approval -down payment may be req.

Tax 7.375% =====
Total $28,965.15

+ Pricing based on above quantities - any changes may require a revised quotation.
+ Orders will be placed upon receipt of a Purchase Order or your signed acceptance of this quotation.
Make Purchase Orders to: Poligon by Portercorp 10085 Bridgewater Bay Woodbury, MN 55129

 

Thank You! Northland Recreation, LLC


ACCEPTED BY: _

MtkePorsey
Representative

DATE: _


Northland Recreation, LLC. greatly appreciates your consideration of our proposal. If it is your desire to purchase any or all of the items listed in this proposal, we kindly ask that you sign your acceptance on both pages of this quotation and complete the following information to insure timely and accurate order entry.

Bill to address: (if different from quote) Ship to address: (if different from quote)

 

 

Delivery Contact: Phone Number(s):


Desired Delivery Date:
* Please Note: Many factors are involved in the manufacturer's actual ship dates. We will make every attempt to accommodate your preferred date.

Purchase Order# (if applicable):
* Please Note: Purchase orders to be made out to Northland Recreation LLC

Is this project exempt from sales tax? _
* If YES, please include a completed Certificate of Exemption

Color Selections (if applicable): Additional Comments:

Terms:
o I / We understand that all accounts are payable to Northland Recreation LLC. according to the terms shown on each invoice, and if not paid on or before said date, are then delinquent. I / We agree to pay any and all service charges added each month to past due invoices. Terms are Net 30 days upon delivery with approved credit.
o Unless notified in writing to the contrary, all charges are due and payable in full at:
Northland Recreation LLC 10085 Bridgewater Bay Woodbury, MN 55129
o Credit approval may be required to complete this order.
o Additional charges may apply for applicable sales tax, extra unloading time; incorrect delivery addresses, and/or cancellation of delivery without 24 hours prior notice.
o The Terms and Conditions of this signed quotation shall prevail over any inconsistent terms and conditions of a purchase
order, contract and / or confirmation related to this project.


ACCEPTED BY:._ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ DATE: _

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10085 Bridgewater Bay
Woodbury, MN 55129
Phone 651.815.4097
Toll Free 888.371.4958 Fax 414.395.8538
Email info@northlandrec.com

QUOTATION

To: City of Faribault Date: January 12, 2018
208 NW 1st Ave
Faribault, MN 55021
Contact:
Keith Walker
Phone: Cell: 507-320-4185
Project: Installation Fax:
Shelter Email:


We are pleased to provide the following quotation on items supplied by See Below Description
Installation of Poligon RAM 24 x 44MR Shelter


* Footings and Concrete Pad not included.
* Building Permits not included.

* Bonding and Retainage allowances not included

 

IMPORTANT INFORMATION:
+ Quotation is valid for: 30 Days
+ Freight based on shipment to Faribault, MN
+ Shipment can currently be made in - to be determined
+ Terms: Based on credit approval -down payment may be req.


Unit Price Extension

$7,890.00

 


Sub Total $7,890.00
Freight
Tax 6.875% =====
Total $7,890.00

◆ Pricing based on above quantities - any changes may require a revised quotation.
◆ Orders will be placed upon receipt of a Purchase Order or your signed acceptance of this quotation.
Make Purchase Orders to: Northland Recreation LLC 10085 Bridgewater Bay Woodbury, MN 55129

 

Thank You! Northland Recreation, LLC


ACCEPTED BY: _

Mike Dorsey
Representative
DATE: _


Northland Recreation, LLC. greatly appreciates your consideration of our proposal. If it is your desire to purchase any or all of the items listed in this proposal, we kindly ask that you sign your acceptance on both pages of this quotation and complete the following information to insure timely and accurate order entry.

Bill to address: (if different from quote) Ship to address: (if different from quote)

 

 

Delivery Contact: Phone Number(s):


Desired Delivery Date:
* Please Note: Many factors are involved in the manufacturer's actual ship dates. We will make every attempt to accommodate your preferred date.

Purchase Order# (if applicable):
* Please Note: Purchase orders to be made out to Northland Recreation LLC

Is this project exempt from sales tax? _
* If YES, please include a completed Certificate of Exemption

Color Selections (if applicable): Additional Comments:

Terms:
o I / We understand that all accounts are payable to Northland Recreation LLC. according to the terms shown on each
invoice, and if not paid on or before said date, are then delinquent. I / We agree to pay any and all service charges added each month to past due invoices. Terms are Net 30 days upon delivery with approved credit.
o Unless notified in writing to the contrary, all charges are due and payable in full at:
Northland Recreation LLC 10085 Bridgewater Bay Woodbury, MN 55129
o Credit approval may be required to complete this order.
o Additional charges may apply for applicable sales tax, extra unloading time, incorrect delivery addresses, and/or cancellation of delivery without 24 hours prior notice.
o The Terms and Conditions of this signed quotation shall prevail over any inconsistent terms and conditions of a purchase
order, contract and I or confirmation related to this project.

ACCEPTED BY:_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ DATE: _

Thompson Concrete & Masonry
6390 Fairfax Way
Faribault, MN 55021

Estimate

 

 


Project

Description Qty Rate Total
REDI MIX YARDS FOR 6 lNCH PAD 27 135.00 3,645.00
REDI MIX YARDS FOR THICKENED EDGE 3.5 135.00 472.50
REDI MIX YAR()S FOR 6 FOUNDATION PIERS 7 135.00 945.00
# 4 REBAR FOR PAD AREA 1N LINEAL FEET 2,644 0.39939 1,056.00
REBAR CYLINDERS FOR PIERS INCLUDES FABRICATION 6 212.00 1,272.00
AND DELIVERY
CURE AND SEAL APPLIED 1 300.00 300.00
DRILL FOUNDATION PIERS 6 150.00 900.00
SANDBASE6" l 300.00 300.00
LABOR TO : GRADE AREA, FORM AREA, CONCRETE 2 1,800.00 3,600.00
PLACEMENT AND MACHINE FINISH, CONCRETE PANEL
CUTTING
Total
$12,490 .50


MV Concrete Construction Inc
8441 Hamel Way
Morristown, MN 55052

Estimate

 

 


Project

Description Qty Rate Total
Pricing for a 48' x 28' City Park Shelter.
6, 3' x 4' Post Footings reinforced with #7 and #4 rebar. Spacing of rods is described on spec sheet.
6" Concrete slab with an 12" thickened edge. Concrete 4000 PSI reinforced with 1/2" rerods@ 16" spacing. With a troweled finish and saw cut control joints.
If rod spacing is 4' on center subtract $750
This bid also includes four 12 yard loads of class 5 for concrete base.
12,965.00

 

 

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Any questions call 507-339-0279 or 507-332-2812. Total $12,965.00

Proposal
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J METrCON FARIBAULT DIVISION
15760 Acorn Trail, P.O. Box 427
Farlbault, Minnesota 55021
COMPANIES F a x 507 332-8742
507 332-226 6


CONSTRUCTION SERVICES
PROPOSAL SUBMITTED TO
City of Faribault Parks and Recreation Dept PHONE
507-332-6828 I
DATE
1-24-18
smEET
1200 Belview Trail JOB NAME
Concrete Shelter pad
CITY, STATE AND ZIP CODE
Faribault Mn 55021 JOB LOCATION
North Alexander Park I
ARCHITECT DATE OF PLANS Keith Walker PHONE
W e hereby submit specifica tions and e stima tes for:

Pricing for concrete pad and concrete piers for park shelter. Scope of work determined by plan and specifications provided by Keith Walker.
..
Swn of$ 17,097.00 Thanks Dan C. If you have questions please call 491-3723
7/l/Jt ,jf3roposc hereby to furnish material and labor-complete in accordance with above specifications, for the sum of:

Payment to be made as follows: dollars($ )

'::i 7 d Dan Culhane {jfh,] !!J4
All material Is guaranteed to be as specified. All work to be completed In a workmanlike
manner according to standard prac tice s. AllY alteratlon or deviation from above specirfca- tlons Involving oxlra costs will be execute d only upon wrlllen orders, and WIii become an extra charge over and above the e&tlmate. All agreements conllngenl upon strikes, acciden ts
or delays beyond our control, Owner to carry fire, tornado and other necessary Insurance. Note: This proposal may be
Ourworkers are rully covered by Workmen"s Compen sati on Insurance. withdrawn by us If not accepted within days

. VARLEY CONSTRUCTION, INC.
:c 16800 ShiCeldOsNviTllRe ABClvTdO. R
Faribault, MN 55021
"" Tel: (507) 334-6034
Fax: (507) 334-0536


February 8, 2018

Since 1974

Proposal

 

To: Keith Walker, Park Superintendent City of Faribault
1200 Belview Trail
Faribault, MN 55021

 


Re: Concrete Shelter Pad

For the sum of $19,100.00 we propose to provide 6 piers & 28' x 48' x 6" concrete pad as per the {/Concrete Shelter Pad Specifications".

Alternate: Demo existing concrete pad - Add $2,300.00

 

Re: Jefferson Ice Rink

For the sum of $48,000.00 we propose to provide labor & material to construct new grade beam, rink boards and chain link fence as per the rink specifications provided.

Alternate: Demo & dispose of existing rink - Add $4,000.00

 


· Respectfully Submitted,

 

 

 



Phone: (507) 332-7479

I-I E.ALY CONSTRlJCTIC>:N. CfJ ..
GENERAL COI\ISTRUCTION

 


Po Box 697

Fax: (507) 332-6931 Faribault, Minnesota 55021

 

 


February 8th , 2018


City of Faribault
l<eith Walker- Psrks Department


Re: Alexander North - Shelter 2

l<eith,
We propose to provide labor, material, and equipment necessary to complete a 28' x 48' x 6" concrete
slab with 114 Rebar and thickened edge s. We have in cluded the following;

• Mobilization
• Layout
• Sitework
• Drilled Pi ers
• Rebar
• 4,500 PSI Concrete
• Sawcut Coptrol Joints
• Cure and Seal


For the sum of----------- -- -----------·-- ----> $ 17,870,00

Alternilt e: Derno Existing Concrete Add: ----·---------- -------- -- ------------------------- ---- -------> $ 1,950.00


Respectfully Submitted, Michael R. Healy

By Others:
• Private Utility Locates
• Sub-Grade Correction
• Site Restoration


Request for Council Action

TO: Mayor and City Council
THROUGH: Tim Murray, City Administrator
FROM: Travis Block, Public Works Director
MEETING DATE: March 27, 2018
SUBJECT: Approve 2018 CIP Purchase - Leaf Vac
Background:
The 2018 Budget and CIP have approved $60,000.00 for the purchase of a leaf vacuum debris collector that will be used by the Street Department. This piece of equipment is towed by a tractor and will primarily be used to pick up leaves in the fall. The leaf vac will provide increased efficiency during the pickup of leaves, due to its ability to handle heavy amounts of leaves.

Staff researched manufacturers and recommends the purchase of a trailer mounted vacuum debris collector, model ODB SCL800 from Old Dominion Brush Company Richmond, VA under National Joint Powers Alliance (NJPA) contract #041217-OBD for $55,624.20. Delivery of the unit is expected in late summer. The Capital Replacement Fund (431) will provide funding.

 

 

 

Recommendation:
Approve 2018 CIP Purchase of Leaf Vac from Old Dominion Brush Company

Attachments: CIP Sheet Quote

 

 


Capital Asset #
Unit #

Department Street
Contact Public Works
Type Equipment
Useful Life 15 years
Category Equipment-Machinery/Vehicle
Priority 1 High

Description
Leaf Vac to remove leaves from streets.
Justification
Leaf Vac is designed for this type of use rather than using the street sweeper.


Expenditures 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 Total
Equipment 60,000 60,000
Total 60,000 60,000
Funding Sources 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 Total
Capital Replacement Fund 60,000 60,000
Total 60,000 60,000

 



Description
(1) New 008 Trailer Mounted Vacuum Debris Collector Model SCL800TM25
74 Powered by John Deere 4045TFC03 diesel 4 cyl. engine rated for 74 HP Final Tier 4 **
Hopper- 25 cubic yards with self dumping underbody hoist
30" diameter suction impeller with six 3/8" thick T-1 steel blades Belt drive for suction impeller
16" diameter x 100" rubber suction hose with steel nozzle Hydraulic hose boom powered by an electric/hydraulic pump
13" clutch assembly with a 2.25" diameter PTO shaft & safety engagement 44-gallon polyethylene fuel tank
Engine controls; tachometer, hour meter, oil pressure & water temp
Murphy engine safety shutdown for low oil pressure and high water temperature Underbody type hoist that dumps to 52 degrees and is power up/down
Gear driven hydraulic pump powers the 26.6 ton capacity hoist Tandem axles with a combined rating of 24,000 pounds
Eight 235/80R16E tires mounted on steel wheels Electric brakes with break-away actuator
LED type DOT lights and two rear amber LED oval flashers HD height adjustable pintle eye with three quick release pins Manual parking jack with drop foot
All components pre-painted prior to assembly - standard color is white

Price

$ 56,617.00

ans

Hopper paint color other that standard white

 


Transportation cost from Richmond, VA at $2/mile

$ 927.00
Total Equipment Cost: $ 57,544.00
NJPA 7.5% Discount: $ (4,315.80)
NET Equipment Cost: $ 53,228.20
1198 $ 2,396.00

TOTAL DELIVERED COST PER UNIT: $ 55,624.20

 

ki> TTI A AWARDED
J r .fi c O NT R ACTS
Contract #041217-0DB

 

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CITY OF FARIBAULT
MAJOR FUND FINANCIAL SUMMARY REPORT
2 MONTHS ENDING February 28, 2018 (unaudited)
17%

GENERAL FUND

Revenues Actual
FY 2017 Annual Budget
FY 2018 Actual to Date
FY 2018 YTD %
Collected
Property Taxes $ 5,736,408 $ 6,255,002 $ 20,833 0%
Permits & Licenses 584,291 447,650 62,607 14%
Intergovernmental 6,184,966 6,488,677 152,788 2%
Charges for Services 821,200 1,428,332 71,766 5%
Fines & Forfeits 135,860 116,000 14,236 12%
Miscellaneous Revenue 247,867 168,490 38,611 23%
Other Sources 1,047 - 0%
Total $ 13,711,639 $ 14,904,151 $ 360,840 2%

Expenditures
Council

$ 101,726

$ 110,759

$ 14,509

13%
City Administration 329,183 280,568 60,174 21%
Elections 32 32,538 - 0%
Finance Administration 395,295 410,014 66,441 16%
Information Services 152,477 174,247 26,007 15%
Legal Services 400,893 339,500 36,268 11%
Personnel Administration 177,189 232,743 32,728 14%
Planning & Zoning 354,342 678,339 51,701 8%
City Hall Maintenance 178,055 202,236 23,095 11%
Police Administration 680,385 714,603 103,564 14%
Criminal Investigation 928,375 942,420 138,871 15%
Uniform Patrol 2,565,596 2,789,536 385,101 14%
Police Records 347,636 403,503 57,257 14%
Fire Administration 216,616 221,402 35,570 16%
Fire Supression 1,116,164 1,169,083 156,144 13%
Code Enforcement -Inspection 319,894 482,807 65,911 14%
Civil Defense 3,663 7,100 97 1%
Animal Control-Nuisances 230,949 256,238 31,712 12%
Public Works Administration 100,371 100,891 13,878 14%
Street Maintenance Projects 1,218,191 1,314,410 168,214 13%
Ice & Snow Removal 65,048 70,000 27,372 39%
Equipment Maintenance 226,504 247,984 33,597 14%
Street Lighting 246,201 277,500 29,326 11%
Traffic Signs & Signals 31,223 43,500 4,615 11%
Engineering 486,582 511,217 67,844 13%
Community Center Administration 531,221 576,115 81,614 14%
Community Center Building 235,432 270,307 34,221 13%
Swimming Pool 157,209 169,215 22,217 13%
Aquatic Center 255,498 272,958 6,208 2%
Washington Center 52,932 61,263 9,991 16%
Soccer Complex 31,737 37,100 210 1%
Armed Forces Reserve Center 16,575 23,575 1,166 5%
Adult Athletics 39,616 45,891 7,977 17%
Youth Athletics 68,857 78,914 4,690 6%
Youth Programs 48,194 48,913 3,202 7%
Enrichment Programs 151,416 167,183 46,309 28%
Softball Programs 19,047 24,000 160 1%
Volleyball Programs 12,770 15,535 2,514 16%
Ice Arena 38,972 44,023 6,985 16%
Parks 828,737 1,108,521 94,403 9%
Miscellaneous Unallocated 10,014 27,500 - 0%
Other Financing Uses * 1,196,727 35,000 5,833 17%
Mass Transit - 10,000 - 0%
Total $ 14,567,542 $ 15,029,151 $ 1,957,697 13%
(855,903) (125,000) (1,596,857)
* transfer to capital funds 1,000,000
YTD Fund Balance Increase (Decrease) 144,097 (1,596,857)

CITY OF FARIBAULT
MAJOR FUND FINANCIAL SUMMARY REPORT
2 MONTHS ENDING February 28, 2018 (unaudited)
17%

WATER FUND
Actual Annual Budget Actual to Date YTD %
Revenues FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2018 Collected
Charges for Services $ 2,886,347 $ 2,708,775 $ 493,622 18%
Miscellaneous Revenue
Other Sources 78,668
- 56,500
- 12,294
- 22%
Total $ 2,965,015 $ 2,765,275 $ 505,916 18%

Expenses
Personnel Services $ 463,445 $ 510,959 $ 74,699 15%
Supplies 308,597 319,260 34,690 11%
Other Services & Charges 819,325 1,312,187 99,067 8%
Capital Outlay
Other Uses 270,048
- 1,144,000
- 7,359
- 1%
Total $ 1,861,416 $ 3,286,406 $ 215,816 7%
YTD Fund Balance Increase (Decrease) 1,103,599 (521,131) 290,100
Depreciation (600,000) (100,000)
YTD Fund Balance Increase (Decrease) with depreciation 190,100
SEWER FUND
Actual Annual Budget Actual to Date YTD %
Revenues FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2018 Collected
Charges for Services $ 6,203,290 $ 5,797,450 $ 994,956 17%
Miscellaneous Revenue 176,406 100,250 $ 26,704 27%
Other Sources - - - 0%
Total $ 6,379,695 $ 5,897,700 $ 1,021,660 17%

Expenses
Sewer Collection
Personnel Services $ 408,151 $ 404,083 $ 63,092 16%
Supplies 61,503 83,810 5,307 6%
Other Services & Charges 224,116 237,230 33,045 14%
Capital Outlay 497,283 2,360,000 - 0%
Other Uses - 102,425 17,071 17%

Water Reclamation Plant Personnel Services

771,535

802,212

125,259

16%
Supplies 243,223 315,150 44,384 14%
Other Services & Charges 987,967 1,068,600 102,538 10%
Capital Outlay - 80,000 195,228 244%
Debt Service 1,487,026 1,497,456 - 0%
Total $ 4,680,803 $ 6,950,966 $ 585,925 8%
YTD Fund Balance Increase (Decrease) 1,698,892 (1,053,266) 435,735
Depreciation (2,125,000) (354,167)
YTD Fund Balance Increase (Decrease) with depreciation 81,569
STORM WATER FUND

Revenues Actual FY 2017 Annual Budget FY 2018 Actual to Date FY 2018 YTD %
Collected
Charges for Services $ 723,098 $ 831,961 $ 124,709 15%
Miscellaneous Revenue 226,171 17,500 3,167 18%
Interfund Transfer - 102,425 17,071 17%
Total $ 949,270 $ 951,886 $ 144,947 15%
Expenses

Personnel Services
$ 191,821
$ 198,458
$ 30,577
15%
Supplies 34,437 78,822 768 1%
Other Services & Charges 75,157 471,430 9,691 2%
Capital Outlay
Other Uses 624,242
- 665,000
- -
- 0%
YTD Total $ 925,658 $ 1,413,710 $ 41,036 3%
23,612 (461,824) 103,911
YTDDepreciation (220,000) (36,667)
67,244

CITY OF FARIBAULT
MAJOR FUND FINANCIAL SUMMARY REPORT
2 MONTHS ENDING February 28, 2018 (unaudited)
17%

CASH AND INVESTMENTS
101 General Fund 6,296,046 Average interest Rate
Fire Insurance Escrow 47,894 Wells Fargo 2,376,784 0.20%
210 Charitable Gambling Board 60,372 4M Fund 318,435 0.26%
211 City Rental Property Mgmt 70,432 State Bank of Faribault 4,065,844 0.10%
215‐216 Public Safety Programs 66,158 Citizens Community Federa 2,246,301 0.75%
224 Library 109,852 Citizens Comm. Federal CD 2,990,082 1.17%
225 Airport 918,627 RBC 26,195,180 1.58%
240 Community Development 242,397 UBS Money Market 44,360 0.50%
241 Public Housing 423,571 UBS Financial 5,858,252 1.95%
Security Deposits Escrow 16,603 $ 44,095,239
243 Industrial Development Loan 279,515
244 Rental Housing Rehabilitation 178,466
245 Revolving Loans 320,164
247 SCDP Revolving Loans 456,102 Petty cash (on hand) 1,385
248 Federal MIF Loans 591,445 Bond Refunding -
249 Minnesota Investment Fund 786,356 Escrow Accounts 142,712 (11,251)
254 CRV Rehabilitation Program 26,614 $ 144,097
263‐269 TIF Districts 167,471
280 Faribault HRA 917,023
HRA Escrow Account 50,932
290 Economic Development Authority 475,232
292 EDA Revolving Fund 354,679 TOTAL CASH $ 44,239,336
301 Debt Service Reserve 1,637,256
324‐344 Debt Service Funds 1,246,787
360 Equipment Certificates (44,670)
401 Street Improvement Projects 2,521,179
404 Park Land Dedication 419,621
431 Capital Replacement Fund 3,617,593
437 Public Facility Projects 1,828,984
468 2017 Construction Projects 148,069
469 2018 Construction Projects (10,902)
470 TH60 Reconstruct (2019) (0)
491 2016 Street Reconstruction -
494 NIP Faribault Foods Project -
495 Bridge Restoration -
601 Water Fund 5,103,797
602 Sewer Fund 10,964,868
603 Storm Water Fund 1,314,019
704 Worker's Compensation 759,392
705 Property Liability Reserve 1,047,562
872 Rice Co. Emergency Response Unit -
873 Roberds Lake Sewer District 8,226
897 Elderly Housing Corporation 436,183
898 Robinwood Manor 369,389
Escrow Account 16,032
Total $ 44,239,336

 

 

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