September 10, 2010
UNOFFICIAL MINUTES- SUBJECT TO CORRECTIONS
LYON COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS
LYON COUNTY GOVERNMENT CENTER, MARSHALL, MN
August 3, 2010
9:00 a.m. Meeting was called to order by Chairman Stensrud. Members present: Stensrud, Fenske, Ritter, Nelson, and Goodenow, County Attorney Maes, County Auditor/Treasurer Van Overbeke, and County Administrator Stomberg.
Fenske moved, seconded by Nelson to approve the agenda. All voted in favor.
Per Diems Expenses
1. Approve Minutes from July 20, 2010
2. Approve Commissioner Warrants 121486-121568 in the amount of $276,198.91 dated 8/4/10.
3. Approve Auditor Warrants 121395-121408 in the amount of $88,348.92 dated 7/21/10, 121421-121443 in the amount of $19,163.65 dated 7/22/05, and 121444-121461 in the amount of $399,214.52 dated 7/29/10.
4. Approve Per Diems & Expenses
Goodenow moved, seconded by Ritter to approve the consent agenda. All voted in favor.
Resolutions and Contracts
Lyon County All Hazard Mitigation Plan
Goodenow moved, seconded by Ritter to accept and authorize Chair to sign the Lyon County All Hazard Plan Resolution. All voted in favor. (Resolution 24-10 on file in the County Administrator's Office).
Nelson moved, seconded by Fenske to approve and authorize the Chair to sign an AURI Initial Assistance Agreement. All voted in favor.
Goodenow moved, seconded by Ritter accept the lowest bid and sign a contract for SP 42-603-21 re-grading and curve corrections for CSAH 3. All voted in favor.
Nelson moved, seconded by Fenske to approve the final payment to Hard Rock Screening, LLC in the total amount of $5,239.45. All voted in favor.
Nelson moved, seconded by Goodenow to hire Byron Kompelien as a heavy equipment operator on a temporary basis from August 9, 2010 to October 1, 2010 at $20 per hour not to exceed 40 hours per week. Ritter County road 15, which part is being widened? Johnson Between county road 59 and county road 4 about a mile north of Russell. We are going to widen it this year and next year mill it and over lay it. All voted in favor.
Goodenow moved, seconded by Fenske and take $2,500 from economic development fund and for Lyon County to participate in a small Cities Development Program grant application. Ritter I would like to see if we can get some reimbursement on it. If there is an origination fee for it. All voted in favor.
Goodenow moved, seconded by Ritter to accept the resignation of Correctional Officer Mark Babcock effective July 6, 2010. All voted in favor.
Nelson moved, seconded by Fenske to hire Michael Sumerfelt as a Correctional Officer effective August 9, 2010 at $13.81 per hour. All voted in favor.
Goodenow moved, seconded by Ritter to approve a Pictometry contract for updated oblique and orthogonal air photos to be flown in the Spring of 2011 with an annual cost of $11,845.10 over three years to be paid out of the recorders unallocated fund. All voted in favor.
10:15 Meeting Recessed
10:28 Meeting Called Back to Order
Stensrud set the Lyon County Landfill Regional Advisory Board Meeting and Open House for September 7, 2010 at 6:00 p.m.
Fenske moved, seconded by Nelson to approve the application for withdrawal of wetland credits from the city of Montevideo for 3.80 acres. All voted in favor.
Nelson moved, seconded by Ritter to sell 2.12 acres from the Lyon County Wetland Credits to the City of Granite Falls to the city of Granite Falls in the amount of $42,937.63. All voted in favor.
Goodenow moved, seconded by Ritter to approve and authorize the Chair to sign the E-Waste Recycling contract with Universal Recycling Technologies. All voted in favor.
Fenske moved, seconded by Ritter to approve revised work request 2010-4 from R.W. Beck for Engineering and Consulting Services for Landfill gas collection and control system. All voted in favor
Goodenow moved, seconded by Ritter to fabricate and extend the generator exhaust pipe with a cost up to $6,000 from the contingency fund of the jail fund. All voted in favor.
Ritter moved, seconded by Goodenow for the County Administrator to create, rate, and bring back an HR position. All voted in favor.
Nelson moved, seconded by Stensrud to give $80,000 to Minneota and Tracy libraries. Fenske I am not against libraries, but I need to see where it comes from. Goodenow You are talking fair. I am not going to vote for something that you are going to exclude to other communities. Stensrud There are 9,000 people that live outside that are paying for it. It still doesn't mean that it is fair. Goodenow Fair is to help other communities. Stensrud - Minneota and Tracy need help to. They shouldn't have to join it to get it.
Voting in Favor: Nelson, Stensrud
Opposed: Ritter, Fenske, Goodenow
Motion failed 3 to 2.
Review Meeting Schedule
11:40 a.m. Goodenow moved, seconded by Nelson to adjourn. All voted in favor.
Rodney Stensrud, Chairman
Attest: Loren Stomberg
Lyon County Administrator