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KANDIYOHI COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

KANDIYOHI COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS FOR COMPLETE DETAILS, see www.kcmn.us or call (320) 231-6215 Office of the County Auditor/Treasurer of Kandiyohi County, Willmar, Minnesota. The Board of Commissioners of Kandiyohi County met at 9:00 A.M., September 19, 2022, pursuant to adjournment. All Members were present. A motion by Anderson, 2nd Gardner to adopt the consent agenda as presented as follows was on vote unanimously adopted. a) Approval of the Minutes from the September 6, 2022 Board Meeting. b) Auditor’s Warrants and Claims - $271,737.76 from Revenue Fund, $78,150.43 from the Coronavirus Relief Fund, $4,721.27 from Regional Treatment Center Fund,$74,511.95 from Road and Bridge Fund, $3,844.87 from County Building Fund, $15,984.95 from Ditch Fund, $5,072.04 from Library Fund, $14,646.47 from Health and Human Services Building Fund, $37,603.50 from the Recorders Technology Fund, $20,051.81 from Water & Sewer Fund, $1,932.00 from the Water & Sewer Bond Fund, $3,204.43 from the Computer/Communication Maintenance Fund, $164,289.16 from the Capital Equipment Fund, $504.73 from the D.A.R.E. Fund, $242,612.41 from Sanitary Landfill Fund according to the detailed listing of claims as recorded in the Office of the County Auditor/Treasurer. c) Human Services’ Warrants and Claims - $9,015.30 from the Cost Effective Insurance - Medicare Fund,$72,830.55 from the Cost Effective Insurance - MA Fund, $62,053.63 from the Confidential Administrative Vouchers Fund, $141,947.68 from the Administrative Vouchers Fund, $460,975.64 from the SSIS Social Service Vouchers according to the detailed listing of claims as recorded in the Office of the Health and Human Services. d) Human Services’ Warrants and Claims - $9,015.30 from the Cost Effective Insurance - Medicare Fund,$72,830.55 from the Cost Effective Insurance - MA Fund, $62,053.63 from the Confidential Administrative Vouchers Fund, $141,947.68 from the Administrative Vouchers Fund, $460,975.64 from the SSIS Social Service Vouchers according to the detailed listing of claims as recorded in the Office of the Health and Human Services. A motion by Nissen, 2nd Imdieke to approve Resolution 2022-47: Solid Waste Management Tax Market Price, declaring a market price of $56.77 per ton, based on the best price available for collection, transportation, disposal and processing was on vote unanimously adopted. A motion by Imdieke, 2nd Anderson approve Resolution 2022-48, Authorizing an Interfund loan in the amount of $945,500.00 to cover costs related to preliminary design and engineering for the Phase II Project was on vote unanimously adopted. A motion by Nissen, 2nd Gardner to approve Resolution 2022-49: Resolution Establishing Procedures Relating to Compliance with Reimbursement Bond Regulations Under the Internal Revenue Code was on vote unanimously adopted. A motion by Gardner, 2nd Nissen to approve Resolution 2022-50: Approving Wastewater Treatment Facility (WWTF) Preliminary and Final Design - Phase II, approving the Agreement for Professional Services with Bolton-Menk, Inc. and authorizing the Board Chair and County Administrator to sign on behalf of the County was on vote unanimously adopted. Gary Geer, Zoning Director, appeared to request the Commissioners’ support of the proposed Amendment to North Fork Crow River Comprehensive Watershed Management Plan. A motion by Imdieke, 2nd Anderson to concur with the decision of coordinating partner Wright SWCD to adopt Amendment to the North Fork Crow River Comprehensive Watershed Management Plan was on vote unanimously adopted. A motion by Imdieke, 2nd Nissen to approve Resolution 2022-51: TH 23 Trail and Lighting Cooperative Construction Agreement No. 1051177, and authorizing the Board Chair and County Administrator to sign the Cooperative Construction Agreement No. 1051177 was on vote unanimously adopted. A motion by Nissen, 2nd Gardner to approve Resolution 2022-52: US DOT Discretionary Grant Application Support, effectively updating Resolution 2022-18: US DOT Discretionary Grant Application Support for the CSAH 55 Overpass Highway-Rail Grade Separation Project was on vote unanimously adopted. A motion by Gardner, 2nd Anderson to approve initiating the process for the sale of the recycling center, which would include platting the property followed by advertising for bids was on vote unanimously adopted. A motion by Anderson, 2nd Berg to approve Resolution 2022-53: Appointment of Commissioners to the 2022 County Canvassing Board was on vote unanimously adopted. A motion by Nissen, 2nd Imdieke to accept SP 034-602-037 and make final payment to Robert R. Schroeder Construction Inc. in the amount of $9,341.60 was on vote unanimously adopted. Gary Geer, Zoning Director, appeared to present the following requests. Duininck Inc: Part of the NW ¼, Section 27, Township 122, Range 33, Roseville Township (Hwy 23 NE & 160th St NE). Complete legal in file. Applicant proposes mining and processing of gravel and granular materials, as well as all related stockpiling, located in an RM Shoreland Resource Management District. A motion by Imdieke, 2nd Gardner to approve a conditional use permit for Duininck Inc. Applicant proposes mining and processing of gravel and granular materials, as well as all related stockpiling, located in an RM Shoreland Resource Management District with the findings of the Planning Commission and the following conditions, except for the revision of Condition #7 to read as That egress from the mine onto CR 2 only be allowed if documented denial from MnDOT for direct egress onto State HWY 23 is in the record as stated herein: Conditions: 1. Hours of operation shall be limited to 7:00 AM through 7:00 PM on Monday - Friday and 7:00 AM through 5:00 PM on Saturday. Crushing hours shall further be limited on Saturdays to 7:00 AM through 1 :00 PM. 2. This permit shall be valid for 10 years. 3. The applicant shall provide a bond or irrevocable letter of credit to Kandiyohi County in the amount of $39,000 to assure proper reclamation of the site after completion of the project. 4. The applicant shall observe all setback regulations as contained in Chapter 32, section 32-5-6 of the Kandiyohi County Zoning Regulations, except that the applicant shall be allowed to mine within the 30 foot setback from the right-of-way of Hwy 23 due to planned highway reconstruction. 5. Kandiyohi County Environmental Services staff shall be granted access upon reasonable notification for reasons of determining compliance will all conditions of this permit and Zoning Ordinance Performance Standards. 6. The applicant or operator shall secure and comply with all required MPCA and DNR permits. 7. Access shall be from Co. Rd. 2 unless MNDOT authorizes pit entrance from Hwy 23. That egress from the mine onto CR 2 only be allowed if documented denial from MnDOT for direct egress onto State HWY 23 is in the record. 8. This conditional use permit shall authorize the extraction, processing, and storage of sand, gravel, rock & recycled materials, including crushing. 9. The operator shall be responsible to maintain dust control measures on site at levels adequate to insure normal rural dust conditions are not exceeded. Such dust control may include required application of chloride treatment at the discretion of the Zoning Administrator. 10. Prior to commencement of mining activities, a sign shall be posted at the entrance to the site that clearly states the date of the permit issuance, hours of operation, duration of the permit, the operator’s phone number, and the Zoning Office phone number. The sign and lettering shall be of sufficient size and shall be located such that it can reasonably be read without trespassing on the property. The sign shall not exceed thirty two (32) square feet in surface area. 11. Overburden stockpiles shall be deposited as depicted in the supporting site plans such that residences and residential districts are screened from mining activities. Overburden stockpiles shall be seeded and a perennial cover of grass shall be established. Overburden stockpiles adjacent to Co. Rd. 2 shall be a minimum of 6 feet in height above the grade of the traveled roadway. was on vote unanimously adopted. Castle Shores LLP: Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, & 5, and Outlot A, Block 2, Spicer Estate Subdivision. Section 1, Township 120, Range 34, Green Lake Township (11600 Indian Beach Road). Proposes a Planned Unit Development, selling units for construction of 11 homes in an R-1 Shoreland Residential Management District. A motion by Nissen, 2nd Anderson to approve a conditional use permit for Castle Shores LLP. Applicant proposes a Planned Unit Development, selling units for construction of 11 homes in an R-1 Shoreland Residential Management District with the findings of the Planning Commission and the following conditions as stated herein: Conditions: 1. MPCA permitting for Construction Storm water shall be secured and followed. 2. Any driveway access point changes shall be approved by the County Engineer. 3. The Vegetative Management Agreement shall be followed. 4. Watercraft mooring sites shall not exceed eleven (11 - one for each unit). was on vote unanimously adopted. Jennie Lippert, Health and Human Services Director, appeared to provide an update on the County Medical Assistance Managed Care Procurement process. Larry Kleindl, County Administrator, appeared to request approval for the 2022 Special Hunts at Prairie Woods Environmental Learning Center. A motion by Nissen, 2nd Anderson to approve the 2022 Special Hunts was on vote unanimously adopted. Tony Pfau, MNDOT Planner, appeared to review the MNDOT Capital Highway Investment 10 Year Plan for the Commissioners. Larry Kleindl, County Administrator, gave administrative updates and the Commissioners gave their committee reports for information purposes only. On motion, the meeting was adjourned until 9:00 AM, Tuesday, October 4, 2022. ATTEST: /s/ Larry Kleindl Clerk of Board BY THE BOARD: /s/ George “Corky” Berg Chairman (Oct. 8, 2022) 109561