SHERBURNE COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS
REGULAR MEETING MINUTES
August 5, 2014
The Sherburne County Board of Commissioners met in regular session on August 5, 2014, at the Sherburne County Government Center in the City of Elk River, Minnesota with all Commissioners present. Call to order by the Chair was at 9:00 a.m. followed by a moment of silence and the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag.
Schmiesing/Leonard unanimous to approve the agenda for August 5, 2014 with the following addition: Authorization for the County Auditor/Treasurer to sign the State of Minnesota Joint Powers Agreements to be reimbursed by the State of MN in the event of a recount of ballots at .03 cents per ballot.
Leonard/Anderson unanimous to approve the Consent Agenda as follows:
a. Approve the Sherburne County Board of Commissioners Regular Meeting Minutes of July 15, 2014 as presented.
b. Approve the County Board of Commissioners Special Workshop Meeting Minutes of April 24, 2014 as presented.
c. Approve the purchase of 2 replacement workstations for front office staff in the Veterans Service Office in the amount of $6,497 from Northern Business Products (lowest quote received) with funds to be taken out of 01-125-6660 (transfer $4,000 carry over funds from 01-125-6600 to 01-125-6660) with the balance to come from current budget, as recommended by the Building and Purchasing Committee.
d. Approve the amended Tax Abatement and Business Subsidy Agreement for S&B, LLC/Biomatrix clarifying the number of current employees being 12 (not 14).
e. Approve the starting rate of pay for Cynthia Bowman, Accredited Assessor, at $54,000 per year as recommended by the County Assessor, the County Administrator and the Human Resources Director noting that sufficient funds are included in the 2014 departmental budget.
f. Approve the addition of four (4) sergeant positions to the current jail staffing complement. The fiscal impact of promoting current correctional officers to these positions would be $16,595.47, which would come out of the Federal Jail budget (51-253.6100).
g. Approve contract with Robert Rippe & Associates, Inc. for the Jail Kitchen Improvement Project which will include the addition and replacement of equipment in the existing kitchen to accommodate increased meal volume. The scope of the contract will include Design, Contract Documents, Bidding, and Construction Review and Observation. The proposed cost of their services is $6,700.00 to be paid out of Commissary account 22-255.6350.
h. Approve the purchase of a new video management system from Videotronics for the Government Center campus and the Jail. This was presented to the Building and Purchasing Committee on July 15, 2014, with a request for a 50% match of funding from Land and Building (41-861-6611), which was unanimously recommended for approval. The remaining 50% will be paid for out of Commissary account #22-255.6660.
i. Approve Resolution #080514-AD-1596 to remove the Conditional Use Permit (Doc # 484357) for a Manufactured Home for Parents as requested by Loren Goenner at 8909 77th St. SE, Clear Lake, MN 55319, PID #20-108-2105.
j. Adopt Resolution #080514-AD-1597 (on file in County Administration) opposing the new proposed regulations regarding Waters of the United States.
k. Approve MN Lawful Gambling LG220 Application for Exempt Permit for Hope Chest for Breast Cancer, 3850 Shoreline Drive, Wayzata MN 55391 for raffle to be held at Bailey Rays Roadhouse, 2120 165th Ave. NE, Santiago, MN 55377 (Santiago Township) on August 23, 2014, noting approval of the Santiago Township Board.
l. Approve Off Sale Liquor License for Briggs Lake Liquor for new application/owner contingent upon background check with Sheriff Department and approval from County Attorney.
m. Approve Landfill consulting contracts (on file in the Planning & Zoning Department) with Houston Engineering, Inc. (Houston) and Leggette, Brashears, and Graham, Inc. (LBG) with the terms of both contracts ending on December 31, 2015.
n. Approve to recertify Complementary Support Services as an Adult Rehabilitative Mental Health Services provider in Sherburne County.
o. Accept payment of Manual Warrants, Voids, Corrections paid July 11, 2014 in the amount of $7,662.25.
p. Accept payment of Commissioner Vouchers paid July 18, 2014 in the amount of $304,526.39.
q. Accept payment of Commissioner Vouchers paid July 17, 2014 in the amount of $774.65.
r. Accept payment of Manual Warrants, Voids, Corrections paid July 18, 2014 in the amount of $16,277.89.
s. Accept payment of Manual Warrants, Voids, Corrections paid July 18, 2014 in the amount of $12.00.
t. Accept payment of Commissioner Vouchers paid July 25, 2014 in the amount of $1,089,405.14.
u. Accept payment of Health and Human Services vouchers paid July 24, 2014 in the amount of $46,864.73.
v. Accept payment of Commissioner Vouchers paid July 24, 2014 in the amount of $25.00.
w. Accept payment of Manual Warrants, Voids, Corrections paid July 25, 2014 in the amount of $6,876.00.
x. Accept payment of Commissioner Vouchers paid July 25, 2014 in the amount of $600.00.
y. Accept payment of Commissioner Vouchers paid August 1, 2014 in the amount of $404,787.55.
Commissioner Expense Claims. Anderson/Schmiesing unanimous to approve expense claims submitted by Commissioners as follows, with the stipulation that each Commissioner abstains from approving his/her own claim: Commissioner Anderson $450.00; Commissioner Petersen $171.12; Commissioner Riebel $595.28; Commissioner Schmiesing $271.92 (June), $516.00 (July); Commissioner Leonard $646.64.
Announcements: An Economic Development Community Partners Meeting is scheduled at 1:30 p.m. today in the County Board Room. A County-Wide Safe Schools Gathering is scheduled on Wednesday, August 20, 2014 from 9:00 a.m. 11:00 a.m. in the County Board Room.
Open Forum There was no-one present to speak at the open forum.
Diana Arnold, Auditor Treasurer, was present to request authorization to sign the State of Minnesota Joint Powers Agreements to be reimbursed by the State of MN in the event of a recount of ballots at .03 cents per ballot. Leonard/Anderson unanimous to authorize the County Auditor/Treasurer to sign the Joint Powers agreements with the State of Minnesota for Sherburne County to be reimbursed .03 cents per ballot in the event there would be a need for a recount in the 2014 Primary and General election.
Kathleen Heaney, County Attorney, was present to request approval of a Resolution on Collateral Consequences of crime. Members of the group, who have worked together to develop an informational brochure and outreach efforts on collateral consequences of crime, introduced themselves as follows: Sara Stenseng, HHS; J. Hancuch, Probation; Joel Brott, Sheriff; Eric Balabon and Ron Nierenhausen, Elk River Police Department; Bobbi Shafer, Probation; and Victoria Powell, County Attorneys Office. Commissioner Petersen was a member of this group as well. The informational brochure will be distributed at the August 20th Safe Schools event and through liaison officers at the schools. Petersen/Anderson unanimous to adopt Resolution #080514-AD-1599 on Collateral Consequences of Crime (on file in County Administration).
Commissioner Leonard stepped down from the dais for the next item.
Joel Brott, Sheriff, was present to discuss restructuring of the Jail Clinic. A history of providers, current services provided, staffing, and a contract review was given. Anderson/Schmiesing unanimous to approve the Jail Clinic workforce adjustment plan that includes a contract with MeND Correctional Care, LLC in an amount of $1,392,900 annually for a term of five years, effective September 1, 2014, and capped at a maximum 2% increase each year. The contract is contingent on MeND providing a 1 million dollar performance bond before the contract will be fully executed. Said contract has been reviewed by the County Attorney and Greg Wiley, Sheriff Legal Counsel, and is on file in the Sheriffs Department.
Commissioner Leonard returned to the dais.
Discussion was held regarding the request for a decision on the Mandatory EAW pursuant to MN State Rule 4410.4300 Subp 12 B; to expand sand and gravel mining operations. Petersen/Schmiesing unanimous to accept the EAW as sufficient and approve a negative declaration on the need for an EIS on the Mandatory EAW pursuant to MN State Rule 4410.4300 Subp 12 B; to expand sand and gravel mining operations in the S1/2 of Sec 11, Twp 35, Rge 30 Haven Township within Sherburne County from 38 acres to 59 acres (full legal on file). Activities include mining, crushing, washing, screening, stockpiling and storing materials and truck hauling. The site is located on 151 acres west of Co Rd 78 and south of the St. Cloud Regional Airport. Agricultural Use District and within the Ag River District of the Elk River 717514, as requested by Knife River (Loren L. and Doris J. Prom Property), as recommended by the Planning Commission.
Discussion was held regarding the request for an Interim Use Permit to expand sand and gravel mining operations. Schmiesing/Petersen unanimous to approve an Interim Use Permit to expand sand and gravel mining operations in the S1/2 of Sec 11, Twp 35, Rge 30 Haven Township from 38 acres to 59 acres (full legal on file). Activities include mining, crushing, washing, screening, stockpiling and storing materials and truck hauling. The site is located on 151 acres west of Co Rd 78 and south of the St. Cloud Regional Airport. Agricultural Use District and within the Ag River District of the Elk River 717514 as requested by Knife River (Loren L. and Doris J. Prom Property), as recommended by the Planning Commission with the following conditions:
1. An Annual Review for Compliance will be conducted in January of each year by Zoning Staff. If the conditions of the permit have not changed, and no complaints or concerns have been filed, the mine will be determined to be compliant once the annual fee is paid. If the conditions of the permit have changed and/or if it is determined by the County the mine is noncompliant, the applicant will be advised to attend a public hearing with all associated costs being borne by permit holder for further review or amendment. This is not an exclusive remedy.
2. The annual fee for the permit shall be based on the current per acre fee set by the County Board in the annual fee schedule.
3. No more than 59 acres can be open at any time. Open is defined as an area stripped of its natural vegetation or not reclaimed. This includes but is not limited to stockpiling of materials, crushing spreads and roads. During Zonings Annual Review for Compliance Knife River will provide the County with Global Positioning Satellite (GPS) data to determine if the open acreage is in compliance with the 59 acre requirement.
4. The permit holder shall secure and maintain liability insurance for the duration of the permit. The minimum limits are $300,000 per claimant, $1,000,000 per occurrence, $1,000,000 annual aggregate for claims arising before Jan 1, 2008; $400,000 per claimant, $1,200,000 per occurrence, $1,200,000 annual aggregate for claims arising on or after Jan 1, 2008 and before July 1, 2009; $500,000 per claimant, $1,500,000 per occurrence, $1,500,000 annual aggregate for claims arising on or after July 1, 2009.
5. Permit holder shall maintain performance & surety bond in amount of Determined by County Board per open acreage.
6. Adequate vehicle stacking space shall be provided on-site to insure that no vehicle desiring entry onto the mining site shall have to wait outside the perimeter of the property.
7. Adequate communication facilities will be provided for emergency purposes.
8. A gate shall be provided at the entrance to the site and kept locked when an attendant is not on duty.
9. The hours of operation will be from dawn to dusk and starting no earlier than 6:30 am and running no later than 9:00 pm Monday thru Saturday. No mining shall take place on Sundays or legal Holidays. No maintenance or any other type of activity may take place before or after site operational hours.
10. All mining activity must comply with MN Rule 7030.0040 Noise Standards. If complaints arise related to the noise levels the permit holder will supply the County with a valid noise level test in accordance with MN Rule 7030.0060. If a noise level test does not exist the permit holder will be required to complete one at their expense and supply the County with a copy promptly upon request.
11. A hot mix plant will not be allowed under this permit.
12. An extractive use shall be solely for operations directly related to such use. Any other use shall require a separate conditional use permit. It shall be the responsibility of the pit operator or owner to control activity within the pit area and cleanup any debris or other material left on-site.
13. Excavation shall not be permitted below the water table. Reclaimed mining depressions shall not be left open to collect water over concerns of creating a wildlife attractant.
14. No waste materials shall be disposed of onsite. Sanitary facilities shall be provided for workers during pit operation. Portable toilets shall be secured from tipping over and have secondary containment.
15. Applicant is required to maintain their NPDES (National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System) permit.
16. The permit holder shall hold Haven Township and the County and its respective officers and employees harmless from claims made by anyone for damages sustained or cost incurred resulting from the gravel extraction operation of this permit. The permit holder shall indemnify the Township, County and its respective officer and employees for all costs, damages or expenses, which the Township or County may pay or incur in consequences of such claims, including attorneys fees.
17. Applicants must comply with all applicable airport regulations. This includes, but is not limited to, the St. Cloud Airport Zoning Ordinance, Section V, B (1), which states in part: no use shall be made of any land in any [airport] safety zoneswhichmakes it difficult for pilots to distinguish between airport lights and other, results in glare in the eyes of the pilots using the airport, impairs visibility in the vicinity of the airport, or otherwise endangers the landing, taking off or maneuvering of aircraft.
18. A majority of the traffic entering and exiting the site, whether owned or operated by the applicant, its haulers or its customers, shall travel County Road 78 from the south. The applicant shall use its best efforts to minimize traffic going north on County Road 78 from the site. The applicant shall be required to enter into a haul road agreement with the County Highway Department. Truck Entering warning signs either way of this access on County Road 78 are required.
19. Mining activity shall be according to the Proposed Mining Plan submitted by Knife River Inc. dated April 30, 2014. The applicant is proposing to mine to a depth of 1000 above mean sea level.
20. Restored Areas will be seeded with an appropriate seed mixture. Upon completion of mining, the restored site will comply with Restored Conditions plan dated April 30, 2014.
21. Applicant to comply with Section 16.2 – Subdivision 4.14 of County Zoning Ordinance and all local, state, and federal laws.
22. Gravel tax payments to the County Auditor must be kept current.
23. The Findings in the Zoning Ordinance under Section 18, Subdivision 6.4 have been made.
24. The applicant shall agree to permit the County to inspect the property anytime.
25. The applicant shall supply the County with a survey of the delineated wetland area to the southeast of the mining operational area prior to December 2014.
26. The applicant shall supply the County with a best management plan (BMP) for erosion control and stabilization of the western edge of the mines berm. The applicant shall notify the County once excavation has started on the western edge of the mine to ensure the BMPs are in place.
27. The existing Conditional Use Permit #35481 Document #604900 and the Amended Conditional Use Permit #40143 Document #667408 are removed from the property by County Board Resolution.
Schmiesing/Anderson unanimous to approve Resolution #080514-AD-1598 (on file in the County Administration and Planning and Zoning Office) to revoke the existing Conditional Use Permits (Document # 604900) and (Document # 667408).
Discussion was held regarding the request for Residential Preliminary and Final Simple Plat approval of Maybury Estates. Anderson/Schmiesing unanimous to approve the Residential Preliminary and Final Simple Plat of Maybury Estates consisting of one lot with an existing residence. Property Address: 13666 12th St SE Clear Lake, MN Legal Description: W700 of th pt of th SW1/4 of th NW1/4 of Sec 6, Twp 35, Rge 28 Lying S of N917.06 of sd SW1/4 of NW14 (full legal on file) Santiago Township 5.44 acres Agricultural District as requested by Mary Larson: (Property owner is Mary Maybury-Larson), as recommended by the Planning Commission with the following conditions:
1. The existing septic system will be considered a legal non-conforming system because it slightly encroaches into the proposed drainage and utility easement along Co Road 59.
2. Applicant shall enter into a Developers Agreement with the County Attorney Office, if required by the County Attorney.
3. The plat shall be recorded in the office of the County Recorder/Registrar of Titles, subject to recording fees, within one year of County Board approval of the Final Plat.
Discussion was held regarding the request for Residential Preliminary and Final Simple Plat approval of Highland Meadows First Addition. Leonard/Anderson unanimous to approve the Residential Preliminary and Final Simple Plat of Highland Meadows First Addition consisting of two lots (one existing residence) Property Address: 11280 269th Ave NW, Zimmerman, MN Legal Description: W330 of E1/2 of SE1/4 of SE1/4 and E330 of W1/2 of SE1/4 of SE1/4 (full legal on file) Sec 3, Twp 34, Rge 26 Livonia Township 20 acres General Rural District, as requested by Todd Maloney, as recommended by the Planning Commission with the following conditions:
1. The accessory structures on Lot 1, Block 1 are non-conforming structures because of the absence of a primary structure.
2. The Applicant shall enter into a Developers Agreement with the County Attorneys Office, if required by the County Attorney.
3. The plat shall be recorded in the office of the County Recorder/Registrar of Titles, subject to recording fees, within one year of County Board approval of the Final Plat.
4. The order of recording shall be: (1) Hidden Meadows First Addition; (2) Hidden Meadows Second Addition; and (3) Administrative Subdivision.
Discussion was held regarding the request for Residential Preliminary and Final Simple Plat approval of Highland Meadows Second Addition. Leonard/Anderson unanimous to approve the Residential Preliminary and Final Simple Plat of Highland Meadows Second Addition consisting of one lot with an existing residence Property Address: 27168 112th St NW, Zimmerman, MN Legal Description: E1/2 of SE1/4 ex W1/2 of SE1/4 of SE1/4 & Ex W330 of E1/2 of SE1/4 of SE1/4 (full legal on file) Sec 3, Twp 34, Rge 36, Livonia Township 50 acres General Rural District, as requested by Todd Maloney, as recommended by the Planning Commission with the following conditions:
1. The Applicant shall enter into a Developers Agreement with the County Attorneys Office, if required by the County Attorney.
2. The plat shall be recorded in the office of the County Recorder/Registrar of Titles, subject to recording fees, within one year of County Board approval of the Final Plat.
3. Highland Meadows Second Addition shall be recorded after Highland Meadows First Addition, and prior to the Administrative Subdivision.
Discussion was held regarding the Request for an Interim Use Permit for an Auto Mechanics Business.Petersen/Anderson unanimous to approve an Interim Use Permit for an Auto Mechanics Business Property Address: 17211 198th Ave NW Big Lake, MN Legal Description: Th pt of S1/2 of SW1/4 as described (full legal on file) Sec 21, Twp 33, Rge 27 Big Lake Township 1.23 acres, Orderly Annexation Industrial District, as requested by Saddog Inc., as recommended by the Planning Commission, with the following conditions:
1. All outside storage, inoperable vehicles, and vehicles with body damage shall be screened from view of any public street.
2. No more than ten inoperable vehicles to be stored outside.
3. There shall be no spray painting or sandblasting.
4. Any solid or liquid waste must be handled and disposed of according to any applicable County or State regulations.
5. All exterior lighting shall be directed away from the public right-of-way.
6. All signs shall comply with the Zoning Ordinance. A sign permit is required.
7. The property owner shall permit the County to inspect the property during normal business hours.
8. The property owner shall comply with all federal, state, and local laws and regulations.
9. The IUP is issued to SADDOG, Inc. & shall expire with a change in majority ownership of the property.
10. The Planning Commission has made the findings in Sect 18, Subd. 6, Item 4 of the Zoning Ordinance.
Discussion was held regarding the request for an Interim Use Permit for an Occasional Special Event (Haunted House and Paint Ball) at 11605 261st Ave NW, Zimmerman, to occur annually in the fall of the year. Legal Description: NE1/4 of NW1/4 ex N784.08 of W499.94 and NW1/4 of NW1/4 (full legal on file) Sec 15, Twp 34, Rge 26 Livonia Township 54 acres General Rural District, as requested by Sheldon L. Pool. The Planning Commission recommended denial of the request with the following findings of fact: A public hearing was held on July 17, 2014 by the Sherburne County Planning Advisory Committee to consider the above application, and is reflected in the meeting minutes. The Planning Advisory Committee recommended denial of the application. Commissioner Leonard stated that she is against the Planning Commissions recommendation of denial and is speaking for a reversal of the denial: The Livonia Township Board, the local government, voted unanimously to approve this request and their opinion on the impact to the township and its residents should be carefully weighed. Mr. Pool is a businessman in the area and is one of the top property tax payers in Livonia Township and City of Zimmerman. He has been a volunteer fireman for 20 years, is a member of the American Legion and helped with the County with the Veterans Memorial located in Becker. Sheldon is a third generation family member in the area, and belongs to the schools Booster Club and is a vital part of the Greater Zimmerman area. He does acts of kindness for others. She also mentioned Mr. Pool bought this property after it was for sale for three years and has property rights; he can tell people they cant hunt on his land, he can have a building that may not be a Taj Mahal, but that is his right. A review of the geography of the property was given; from 112th Street to Highway 169, on both sides, 95% of the land is fields, forest, pasture land and a sod farm; there are hardly any individual homes. He bought the land to build his home. Mr. Pool has donated proceeds from the Haunted House to the schools athletic and art programs, civic club, etc. Students were able to participate at the location practicing acting, art, and economics and were able to learn from the experience and express themselves in a healthy way. Commissioner Leonard stated that she received approximately 30 letters in support of the IUP for the haunted house and stated she felt it should be allowed for two weekends with the closing time set at 11:00 p.m. Commissioner Anderson stated that he had an opportunity to review the record and the concerns of the persons who testified at the July 17, 2014 public hearing for Sheldon Pools request for an Interim Use Permit for an Occasional Special Event (Haunted House) at 11605 261st Ave. NW, Zimmerman. He stated that the issuance of an IUP with amended conditions:
1) Is not injurious to the use and enjoyment of the property in the immediate vicinity for the purposes already permitted nor would it substantially diminish and impair property values in the area.
2) Does not impede the normal and orderly development and improvement of the surrounding lands for the use predominate in the area.
3) With adequate measures, will prevent or control odor, fumes, dust, and noise so that none will constitute a nuisance and to control lighting in a manner as to not disturb the adjacent property owners.
Anderson/Leonard to approve the request for an Interim Use Permit for an Occasional Special Event (Haunted House and Paint Ball) at 11605 261st Ave NW, Zimmerman, to occur annually in the fall of the year. Legal Description: NE1/4 of NW1/4 ex N784.08 of W499.94 and NW1/4 of NW1/4 (full legal on file) Sec 15, Twp 34, Rge 26 Livonia Township 54 acres General Rural District, as requested by Sheldon L. Pool with the following conditions:
1. Days & hours of operation shall be Thursday of MEA week 6PM to 11PM; Friday and Saturday 3:00PM to Midnight; Sunday Noon to 6:00PM and with the understanding that workers may need to stay after hours to clean-up. Open every weekend in the month of October and the first weekend in November. Ticket sales shall end one hour prior to the close of the hours of operation.
2. All structures, or portions of structures used for events shall comply with MN Building and Fire codes. The existing house and two accessory structures near the house may be used as storage only, and shall not be accessible by event participants.
3. The applicant shall obtain a ROW permit from the Public Works Department prior to the issuance of the IUP if necessary. Any requirements from the County Engineer shall be adhered to.
4. There shall be no parking within CSAH 4 ROW. Adequate off-street parking and traffic management shall be maintained. The signs for traffic control shall be visible to ensure adequate traffic flow. The applicant shall have security on site for the event to control traffic and prevent any disturbance. Security can be the Sherburne County Sheriffs Reserve.
5. First-aid supplies shall be on-site and arrangements made with the local fire/ emergency response for any incidents.
6. There shall be no impact to wetlands, and no wetland fill. The parking and drive lane areas adjacent to wetlands and property lines shall be roped off.
7. There shall be a minimum of four (4) portable toilets, including one (1) that is ADA accessible.
8. Refuse containers shall be placed in convenient locations within the parking area, and other congregating areas. All litter shall be picked up after each days events.
9. The use of food vendors shall comply with all MN Dept. of Health regulations. Required permits shall be provided to the County if requested.
10. The applicant must comply with Sect 17, Subd 2 of the Zoning Ordinance regarding signs. No signs are permitted within the right-of-way.
11. Exterior lighting shall be directed away from the right-of-way, and any neighboring homes.
12. The applicant shall make every consideration to limit any nuisance to neighbors.
13. Excessive noise, glare, odors, traffic or other nuisances may be justification for the County to revoke or modify the terms of the IUP.
14. The property owner shall permit the County to inspect the property during normal business hours.
15. The applicant shall comply with all federal, state and local laws and regulations.
16. This IUP is issued to Sheldon Pool, and shall expire on Midnight, November 3, 2014 (after the first Sunday in November 2014)
17. The applicant will be required to provide liability insurance as recommended by his agent for the purposes of coverage of the volunteers, employees, and the participants.
18. The site is available for inspection by staff prior to opening the event;
19. Temporary structures and non-secured materials such as tarps are removed within 30 days of the last day of the event;
20. Any additional structures that are in view of the neighbors must be made temporary and must be removed within 30 days of the last day of the event.
21. The Sherburne County Highway Department must approve any additional signage on CSAH 4.
Jon Sevald, Sherburne County Planner, provided a map indicating location of the signage and squad car on the property. Petersen/Leonard to amend the motion to include that large reflective or electronic signs/lights be erected to indicate traffic congestion ahead. Amendment to the motion was carried unanimously. The Chair called for a vote on the original motion; the amended motion carried unanimously.
Claims approved through warrants, resolutions, or contracts, totaling the following amounts, were paid as follows:
July 11, 2014
$ 7,662.25 Agency Collections
July 18, 2014
$ 150,316.11 General Revenue Fund
$ 28,525.12 Public Works Fund
$ 4,181.20 County Ditch Fund
$ 13,320.31 Solid Waste Fund
$ 25,815.47 Jail Commissary Fund
$ 4,917.94 Park Dedication Fund
$ 203.83 Sherco Regional Rail Authority
$ 24.16 Capital Proj Building, Land Acq
$ 48,001.29 Justice Center Enterprise Fund
$ 4,399.96 Real Estate Assurance
$ 24,821.00 Agency Collections
July 17, 2014
$ 7.65 General Revenue Fund
$ 767.00 Taxes & Penalties Fund
July 18, 2014
$ 9,543.39 General Revenue Fund
$ 6,734.50 Agency Collections
July 18, 2014
$ 12.00 Agency Collections
July 25, 2014
$ 93,732.67 General Revenue Fund
$ 475,771.77 Public Works Fund
$ 36.30 County Ditch Fund
$ 12,878.86 Solid Waste Fund
$ 6,376.28 Jail Commissary Fund
$ 21.92 Capital Proj Building, Land Acq
$ 32,680.98 Justice Center Enterprise Fund
$ 396,561.60 Agency Collections
$ 316.00 Taxes & Penalties Fund
$ 28,324.51 Towns & Cities Collections
$ 10,798.25 Northstar Corridor Development
$ 31,906.00 Special TIF Account
July 24, 2014
$ 46,824.73 Human Service Fund
$ 40.00 Agency Collections
July 24, 2014
$ 25.00 General Revenue Fund
July 25, 2014
$ 6,876.00 Agency Collections
July 25, 2014
$ 600.00 General Revenue Fund
August 1, 2014
$ 148,725.76 General Revenue Fund
$ 64,598.90 Public Works Fund
$ 14,015.71 Law Library Fund
$ 32,739.52 Solid Waste Fund
$ 11,012.80 Jail Commissary Fund
$ 1,199.50 Capital Proj Building, Land Acq.
$ 25,090.93 Justice Center Enterprise Fund
$ 19.22 Hospital District Collections
$ 18,123.78 Agency Collections
$ 3,618.00 Taxes & Penalties Fund
$ 39,296.60 School Districts Collections
$ 43,346.83 Towns & Cities Collections
Steve Taylor, County Administrator