02/06/2018 City Commission Agenda

City Commission Meeting
Tuesday, February 6, 2018
5:00 PM

Call to Order

Roll Call

Pledge of Allegiance (please stand)

Approval of Agenda – Consent D, Remove N1

Approval of Minutes

Minutes from January 16 and January 26, 2018 meetings

Approval of Consent Agenda

  1. Approve Monthly Reports from the Fire Chief, Building Inspector, Auditor, Municipal Judge and Public Works Accountant.
  2. Approve Monthly Bills for the City and Public Works in the Amount of $2,349,194.09
  3. Approve raffle permits for Barnes County Ducks Unlimited, Native American Culture Club, North American Game Warden Museum
  4. Approve mechanical contractor license for Dakota Plains Mechanical

Roll Call:          Pedersen           Powell              Magnuson        Bishop        Carlsrud

Public Comments

Attorney General’s “A Citizen’s Guide to North Dakota Open Records & Open Meetings Laws” *A member of the public does not have the right to speak to the governing body at an open meeting.  The public is only entitled to see and hear what happens at a meeting, and to record or broadcast those observations.

  • No personal attacks to persons present or not
  • No inflammatory language used during time that you have the platform
  • 5 minute maximum or as directed by the chair
  • Thank you for participating in City Government.

Resolutions

R1. Approve Resolution No. 2125, a resolution to amend a fee for parking tickets (City Attorney Mertins)

Roll Call:          Bishop              Magnuson        Pedersen           Powell        Carlsrud

R2. Approve Resolution No. 2126, a resolution determining sufficiency of protest for Paving Improvement District No. 117 (City Auditor Richter)

Roll Call:          Magnuson        Pedersen           Powell              Bishop              Carlsrud

R3. Approve Resolution 2127, Accepting Final Plans and Specifications for Paving Improvement District No. 117 and authorizing Engineer to advertise for bid.

Roll Call:          Powell              Bishop              Magnuson        Pedersen            Carlsrud

New Business

N1. REMOVED: Consider City Commission’s Committee for Substance Abuse (President Carlsrud)

N2. Approve sale of Lot 6, Riverview Drive Third Addition for $7,013 (City Administrator Schelkoph)

Roll Call:          Pedersen           Bishop              Powell              Magnuson            Carlsrud

N3. Approve Application for Property Tax Exemption for Improvement to 240 13th St NE (City Assessor Hansen)

Roll Call:          Powell              Magnuson        Pedersen           Bishop              Carlsrud

N4. Approve Application for Property Tax Exemption for Improvement to 426 3rd St NW (City Assessor Hansen)

Roll Call:          Bishop              Pedersen           Magnuson        Powell              Carlsrud

N5. Approve Memorandum of Understanding between State of ND ITD and City of Valley City for statewide interoperable radio network (City Attorney Mertins)

Roll Call:          Magnuson        Bishop              Pedersen           Powell              Carlsrud

N6. Award bid for demolition of Elevators & Steel Bins located at Mill Dam to Swanberg Construction in the amount of $164,500.00. (City Administrator Schelkoph)

Roll Call:          Pedersen           Magnuson        Powell              Bishop              Carlsrud

City Administrator’s Report

City Updates & Commission Reports

Adjourn

02/06/2018 Finance Meeting Agenda

City Commission Finance Meeting
Tuesday, February 6, 2018
3:30 PM

Call to Order

Roll Call

Agenda items

  1. Public Works reports.
  2. Out of State Training Requests:
    • One police officer: Field Training Officer class in Bemidji, MN on 2-26 until 3-2.
    • Two firefighters: Fire Department Instructor’s Conference in Indianapolis, IN on 4-24 until 4-27.
  3. VCPW accounting clerk: Incode Conference in Boston, MA on 04-22 until 04-25
  4. Discuss Memorandum of Understanding between State of ND ITD and City of Valley City for statewide interoperable radio network (City Attorney Mertins).
  5. Discuss email for Commissioners (City Attorney Mertins)
  6. Discuss moving forward with a “Request for Qualifications” for the city’s project engineer (City Administrator Schelkoph)
  7. Discuss proposed rate changes to the city’s garbage rate (City Administrator Schelkoph)
  8. Discuss MRES electrical safety program for all 5th graders in Valley City (City Administrator Schelkoph)
  9. Review bids for Mill Dam elevator demolition (City Administrator Schelkoph)
  10. Discuss changes to the Liquor Ordinance to make mandatory server training for all employees that serve/sell alcohol (Commissioner Bishop & President Carlsrud)
  11. Discuss changes to the Liquor Ordinance to allow for a brew/tap room license (City Attorney Mertins)
  12. Discuss jail (President Carlsrud)

Adjourn

01/26/2018 Special City Commission Minutes

Valley City Commission Special Proceedings
January 26,2018
12:45 PM Meeting, City Hall

President Carlsrud presided and continued with roll call.

Members present: Commissioner Magnuson, Commissioner Bishop, Commissioner Powell.

Members absent: Commissioner Pedersen.

Others Present: City Administrator Schelkoph, City Attorney Mertins, Auditor Richter.

Roll Call

Pledge of Allegiance

New Business

Approve two raffle permits for Dakota Plains Ag

Commissioner Bishop moved to approve two raffle permits for Dakota Plains Ag, seconded by Commissioner Magnuson. The motion passed unanimously.

Adjourn

The meeting was adjourned at 12:48 pm.

Dave Carlsrud, President of the
City of Valley City Commission

Attested to by:
Avis Richter, City Auditor
City of Valley City

01/26/2018 Special City Commission Agenda

Special City Commission Meeting
Friday, January 26, 2018
12:45 PM

Call to Order

Roll Call

Pledge of Allegiance (please stand)

New Business

N1. Approve two raffle permits for Dakota Plains Ag

Roll Call:          Bishop              Pedersen           Powell              Magnuson             Carlsrud

Adjourn

Catholic Schools Week: January 28 – February 3, 2018

Whereas, Catholic schools play an important role in our community by furnishing our leaders of tomorrow with basic human, moral and spiritual foundations; and

Whereas,  Catholic schools strengthen the community and nation by keeping viable the right to freedom of religion under law; and

Whereas,  Catholic education is intended to fulfill a threefold purpose of message, community and service; and

Whereas, Catholic education has demonstrated its ability to contribute to the city’s
welfare by raising levels of knowledge, competence and experience; and

Whereas, the National Catholic Educational Association, has declared January 28 through February 3, 2018 as the Catholic schools week with “Catholic Schools: Learn. Serve. Lead. Succeed.” as the theme for 2018.

Therefore, I, Dave Carlsrud, President of the City of Valley City Commission, Valley City, North Dakota, in recognition of, and hereby declare January 28 through February 3, 2018 as Catholic Schools Week in Valley City, North Dakota.

Dave Carlsrud, Mayor
Monday the Twenty-Second of January,
Two-Thousand Eighteen

 

01/16/2018 City Commission Minutes

Valley City Commission Proceedings
January 16, 2018
5:00 PM Meeting, City Hall

President Carlsrud presided and continued with roll call.

Members present: Commissioner Pedersen, Commissioner Magnuson, Commissioner Bishop, Commissioner Powell.

Others Present: City Administrator Schelkoph, City Attorney Mertins, Deputy Auditor Klein at 5:15 pm, Assessor Hansen, Public Works Accountant/Manager Jacobson, Police Chief Hatcher, Fire Chief Retterath

Roll Call

Pledge of Allegiance

Swearing in of Police Officer Matthew Knight

President Carlsrud swore in Police Officer Matthew Knight.

Approval of Agenda

N6 was moved to immediately following the consent agenda.

Approval of Minutes

Commissioner Bishop moved to approve the minutes from January 2, 2018 meeting, seconded by Commissioner Powell. The motion passed unanimously.

Approval of Consent Agenda

  1. Approve raffle permit application for Chamber of Commerce, Tony Kramers Fundraiser & Gun Raffle

Commissioner Pedersen moved to approve the consent agenda, seconded by Commissioner Magnuson. The motion passed unanimously.

Approve settlement agreement in Lindberg v. City of Valley City or Move to enter into an Executive Session as authorized by North Dakota Century Code sections 44-04-17.1 subsection 4 and in conformance with section 44-04-19.2 (1) to enter into confidential discussions with legal counsel regarding negotiations in Lindberg Bros., Inc. v. Valley City and (2) to limit the executive session to Commission members, City Administrator, City Auditor, City Attorney, City Engineer, and retained legal counsel.

Commissioner Magnuson moved to approve settlement agreement in Lindberg v. City of Valley City, seconded by Commissioner Powell. The motion passed unanimously.

Public Comments

There were no public comments.

Resolution

Approve Resolution No. 2120, a Resolution to Create a Fee for Special Alcohol Server Training.

Commissioner Bishop moved to approve Resolution No. 2120, seconded by Commissioner Magnuson. The motion passed unanimously.

New Business

Approve application for conditional use permit for Open Door Center for production and packaging of popcorn.

Commissioner Magnuson moved to approve the conditional use permit for Open Door Center, seconded by Commissioner Bishop. City Administrator Schelkoph reported the conditional use permit received a do pass recommendation from Planning & Zoning Commission. The motion passed unanimously.

Discuss possible joint meeting with Barnes County Commission and Valley City Public Schools

President Carlsrud stated that a luncheon may be held with Barnes County Commission & Valley City Public Schools to discuss issues of mutual interest. Commissioners supported continuing the efforts to plan a joint meeting.

Approve rescheduling of March Finance & Commission meetings to Thursday, March 8
City Administrator Schelkoph stated that March Madness, a League of Cities conference, is scheduled at the same time as the regular March finance and commission meetings. Commissioner Pedersen moved to approve rescheduling of March Finance & Commission meetings to Thursday, March 8, seconded by Commissioner Powell.

Approve authority to transfer to local agent for Valley City Retirement Plan
City Administrator Schelkoph reported that the Retirement Committee has considered proposals by local agents to administer and provide financial advice regarding the Valley City Retirement Plan. The Retirement Committee recommends transferring to Tom Glandt at Valley Weath Advisors. Commissioner Magnuson moved to approve the authority to transfer to a local agent, seconded by Commissioner Bishop. The motion passed unanimously.

Approve Preliminary & Design Engineering Agreement for Permanent Flood Protection Phase IV – Segments 12, 13 & 14 with KLJ in an amount not to exceed $875,775.

City Administrator Schelkoph stated that this preliminary & design engineering agreement will allow the City to have shovel ready project for Phase IV construction when legislative funding is available. Chad Petersen from KLJ reported that Phase IV will include clay levy and floodwall from HubMac to the Powerhouse. Commissioner Powell moved to approve the preliminary & design engineering agreement, seconded by Commissioner Pedersen. The motion passed unanimously.

City Administrator’s Report

City Administrator Schelkoph reported that the State Water Commission is continuing to review the Water Treatment request. Schelkoph continues to work with the State Water Commission regarding the cost share for future projects. Schelkoph congratulated Chris Grafing on receiving his journeyman lineman status.

City Updates & Commission Reports

Fire Chief Retterath welcomed the public to attend a fundraiser on February 2 at the VFW for the VCFD.

Commissioner Powell encouraged the public to be engaged in the Valley City Public Schools planning sessions regarding a new track.

Commissioner Pedersen relayed congratulations from governor for work on main street initiative.

President Carlsrud congratulated Chris Grafing. Carlsrud reminded citizens to watch for icy streets.

Adjourn

The meeting was adjourned at 5:23 pm.

Dave Carlsrud, President of the
City of Valley City Commission

Attested to by:
Brenda Klein, Deputy Auditor
City of Valley City

01/16/2018 City Commission Agenda

City Commission Meeting
Tuesday, January 16, 2018
5:00 PM

Call to Order

Roll Call

Pledge of allegiance (please stand)

Swearing in of Police Officer Matthew Knight

Approval of Minutes

Minutes from January 2, 2018 meeting

Approval of Consent Agenda

  1. Approve raffle permit application for Chamber of Commerce, Tony Kramers Fundraiser & Gun Raffle
    Roll Call: Powell              Bishop              Pedersen           Magnuson            Carlsrud

Public Comments

Attorney General’s “A Citizen’s Guide to North Dakota Open Records & Open Meetings Laws” *A member of the public does not have the right to speak to the governing body at an open meeting.  The public is only entitled to see and hear what happens at a meeting, and to record or broadcast those observations.

  • No personal attacks to persons present or not
  • No inflammatory language used during time that you have the platform
  • 5 minute maximum or as directed by the chair
  • Thank you for participating in City Government.

Resolution

R1. Approve Resolution No. 2120, a Resolution to Create a Fee for Special Alcohol Server Training.

Roll Call:          Bishop              Pedersen           Powell              Magnuson            Carlsrud

New Business

N1. Approve application for conditional use permit for Open Door Center for production and packaging of popcorn (City Administrator Schelkoph).

Roll Call:          Pedersen           Magnuson        Bishop              Powell              Carlsrud

N2. Discuss possible joint meeting with Barnes County Commission and Valley City Public Schools (President Carlsrud)

N3. Approve rescheduling of March Finance & Commission meetings to Thursday, March 8 (City Administrator Schelkoph)

Roll Call:          Magnuson        Powell              Bishop              Pedersen            Carlsrud

N4. Approve authority to transfer to local agent for Valley City Retirement Plan (City Administrator Schelkoph)
Roll Call: Bishop             Pedersen           Powell              Magnuson            Carlsrud

N5. Approve Preliminary & Design Engineering Agreement for Permanent Flood Protection Phase IV – Segments 12, 13 & 14 with KLJ in an amount not to exceed $875,775. (KLJ)

Roll Call:          Pedersen           Bishop              Powell              Magnuson            Carlsrud

N6. Approve settlement agreement in Lindberg v. City of Valley City or
Move to enter into an Executive Session as authorized by North Dakota Century Code sections 44-04-17.1 subsection 4 and in conformance with section 44-04-19.2 (1) to enter into confidential discussions with legal counsel regarding negotiations in Lindberg Bros., Inc. v. Valley City and (2) to limit the executive session to Commission members, City Administrator, City Auditor, City Attorney, City Engineer, and retained legal counsel.

Roll Call:          Powell              Pedersen           Magnuson        Bishop              Carlsrud

City Administrator’s Report

City Updates & Commission Reports

Adjourn

01/02/2018 City Commission Minutes

Valley City Commission Proceedings
January 2, 2018
5:00 PM Meeting, City Hall

President Carlsrud presided and continued with roll call.

Members present: Commissioner Pedersen, Commissioner Bishop, Commissioner Powell.

Members absent: Commissioner Magnuson

Others Present: City Administrator Schelkoph, City Attorney Mertins, Auditor Richter, Assessor Hansen, Public Works Accountant/Manager Jacobson, Lieutenant Dana Rustebakke, Fire Chief Retterath

Roll  Call

Pledge of Allegiance

Approval of Agenda – Removal of N11

Approval of Minutes

Commissioner Powell moved to approve the minutes from the December 19, 2017 meeting, seconded by Commissioner Pedersen. The motion passed unanimously.

Approval of Consent Agenda

  1. Approve Monthly Reports from the Fire Chief, Building Inspector, Auditor, Municipal Judge and Public Works Accountant.
  2. Approve Monthly Bills for the City and Public Works in the Amount of $1,590,711.66
  3. Approve raffle permit for El Zagal Sheyenne Valley Flag Corps

Commissioner Pedersen moved to approve the consent agenda, seconded by Commissioner Bishop. The motion passed unanimously.

Presentation of ND Cares Certificate

Darcie Handt, Executive Director of ND Cares thanked Jim Verwey, Al Schuldt and Warren Ventsch for serving on the Valley City Steering Committee. Handt recognized Valley City as a ND Cares community.

Public Comments

There were no public comments.

Resolution

Approve Resolution No. 2123, a resolution designating depositories and authorizing officers to make deposits and withdrawals

City Auditor Richter stated that this resolution is required by N.D.C.C. Commissioner Pedersen moved to approve Resolution No. 2123, seconded by Commissioner Powell. The motion passed unanimously.

Approve Resolution No. 2119, a resolution declaring necessity of improvements in Paving Improvement District No. 117

Chad Petersen from KLJ reported that Paving Improvement District No. 117 is a city-wide project with various components, bid opening will occur in late February 2018. Commissioner Bishop moved to approve Resolution No. 2119, seconded by Commissioner Pedersen. The motion passed unanimously.

New Business

Approve Request for Funds – Small Projects in the amount of $12,000 for Valley City-Barnes County Development Corporation

Jennifer Feist from the Valley City-Barnes County Development Corporation requested $12,000 from economic development funds for small projects. Commissioner Powell moved to approve the request for funds, seconded by Commissioner Pedersen. The motion passed unanimously.

Approve Funding for Resource Development Specialist increase of $7,000 for 2017-2018 and $186,000 for position for three year period from October 1, 2018 through September 30, 2021 for Valley City-Barnes County Development Corporation

Jennifer Feist requested funding for the Resource Development Specialist from the economic development funds. Commissioner Pedersen moved to approve the request for funds for the Resource Development Specialist, seconded by Commissioner Powell. The motion passed unanimously.

Approve Request for Funds – Valley Development Group Roundtable increase in the amount of $25,000

Jennifer Feist requested funds for the Valley Development Group Roundtable from economic development funds. Commissioner Bishop moved to approve the request for funds, seconded by Commissioner Pedersen. The motion passed unanimously.

Consider Proposal for Delay Cost by Swanberg Construction for Permanent Flood Protection Phase I

Chad Petersen from KLJ reported that construction was delayed three months due to permits. KLJ has substantiated the delay cost request of $90,111.00 with Swanberg Construction. KLJ recommends approving the request. The delay cost would be eligible for SWC cost share.

Commissioner Pedersen moved to approve the proposal for delay cost by Swanberg Construction, seconded by Commissioner Powell. The motion passed unanimously.

Consider Decision Items for Project No. SU-2-990(057), Central Avenue – Urban Grant project

Chad Petersen reported that Project No. SU-2-990(057) includes the concrete repair and downtown streetscape recommendations. Public input meetings were held on December 6 and 11, 2017. Seventy individuals signed in and thirty written comments were submitted.

Commissioner Powell inquired if diagonal parking is possible on Central Avenue. Chad Petersen stated that this would be possible but the sidewalks could not be widened; there are some safety concerns with diagonal parking. Petersen reported that diagonal parking was not included in the public presentations.

George Dutton spoke in favor of diagonal parking on one side.

Commissioner Pedersen moved to approve the concepts as proposed, seconded by Commissioner Powell. The motion passed unanimously.

Commissioner Powell moved to approve the features Central Ave from Main Street to 5th Street North including decorative lighting, replacing traffic signals and adding curb bulb-outs, seconded by Commissioner Pedersen. Commissioner Pedersen requested that landscaping be incorporated as possible. Commissioner Bishop requested no landscaping occur in the bulb-outs for snow removal purposes.  Chad Petersen recommended that the landscape issues be addressed in the comments section. The motion passed unanimously.

Commissioner Pedersen move to approve widening the sidewalks by 36 inches. Jeff Edwards stated that the additional space would allow for benches. Chad Petersen reported that the Streetscape Committee recommended 36 inches. Commissioner Powell seconded the motion. The motion passed unanimously.

Approve Preliminary & Design Engineering Agreement for John Deere Water Tower Recoating with KLJ in an amount not to exceed $28,050.00

Chad Petersen from KLJ reported that every five years the water towers are inspected; this tower has deficiencies that will be addressed in 2018. Commissioner Bishop moved to approve the preliminary & design engineering agreement for John Deere Water Tower Recoating, seconded by Commissioner Powell. The motion passed unanimously.

Approve Preliminary & Design Engineering Agreement for Storm Sewer Improvement District 51 with KLJ in an amount not to exceed $20,600.00

Commissioner Pedersen moved to approve the preliminary & design engineering agreement for Storm Sewer Improvement District 51, seconded by Commissioner Bishop. The motion passed unanimously.

Approve Preliminary & Design Engineering Agreement for Sanitary Sewer Improvement District 62 with KLJ in an amount not to exceed $33,200.00

Chad Petersen provided an overview of Sanitary Sewer Improvement District 62. Commissioner Powell moved to approve the preliminary & design engineering agreement for Sanitary Sewer Improvement District 62, seconded by Commissioner Pedersen. The motion passed unanimously.

Approve bid for new SCADA system from Resource Associates International, Inc. in the amount of $130,000 for Electrical Department

City Administrator Schelkoph stated that the supervisory control and data acquisition system is used to remotely monitor the water, sewer and electrical systems. Schelkoph recommends the approval of this bid. Commissioner Bishop moved to approve the bid for a new SCADA system from Resource Associates International, seconded by Commissioner Powell. Commissioner Bishop thanked Cory Buck for his work to identify a new system and oversee the bid process. The motion passed unanimously.

Approve bid for lease for rubber tire backhoe and wheel loader from RDO Equipment for $15,331.24 annually for seven years

City Administrator Schelkoph recommended a lease option for rubber tire backhoe and wheel loader and concurred with the bid recommendation. Commissioner Pedersen moved to approve the bid for lease from RDO Equipment, seconded by Commissioner Bishop. The motion passed unanimously.

City Administrator’s Report

City Administrator Schelkoph reported that the City is working to provide additional information to the State Water Commission regarding the Water Treatment Plant funding request. The goal is to demolish the mill dam elevators by June 1, 2018. VCPW will pickup Christmas trees starting December 8. Two VCPW employees will be participating in an AMI focus group with MRES.

City Updates & Commission Reports

Chad Petersen from KLJ reported that construction for permanent flood protection has shut down until early February. Per the Commissioner’s recommendations, truck traffic will be re-routed to 9th Ave or 5th Ave during the upcoming closures.

Commissioner Powell thanked the Streetscape Committee and citizens for their input on the Central Avenue.

President Carlsrud thanked employees who work in the cold; department heads for finding ways to be more cost effective; for efforts by the Streetscape Committee.

Adjourn

The meeting was adjourned at 6:21 pm.

Dave Carlsrud, President of the
City of Valley City Commission

Attested to by:
Avis Richter, City Auditor
City of Valley City

01/02/2018 Finance Meeting Agenda

City Commission Finance Meeting
Tuesday, January 2, 2018
4:00 PM

Call to Order

Roll Call

Agenda items

  1. Public Works reports.
  2. Proposal for new SCADA system for Electrical Department (City Administrator Schelkoph)
  3. Bid for lease for rubber tire backhoe and wheel loader (Jeff Differding)
  4. Proposal for Delay Cost by Swanberg Construction for Permanent Flood Protection Phase I (KLJ)

Adjourn

01/02/2018 City Commission Agenda

City Commission Meeting
Tuesday, January 2, 2018
5:00 PM

Call to Order

Roll Call

Pledge of Allegiance (please stand)

Approval of Agenda – Removal of N11

Approval of Minutes

Minutes from December 19, 2017 meeting

Approval of Consent Agenda

A. Approve Monthly Reports from the Fire Chief, Building Inspector, Auditor, Municipal Judge and Public Works Accountant.
B. Approve Monthly Bills for the City and Public Works in the Amount of $1,590,711.66
C. Approve raffle permit for El Zagal Sheyenne Valley Flag Corps

Roll Call:          Powell           Bishop           Pedersen           Magnuson           Carlsrud

Presentation of ND Cares Certificate

Public Comments

Attorney General’s “A Citizen’s Guide to North Dakota Open Records & Open Meetings Laws” *A member of the public does not have the right to speak to the governing body at an open meeting. The public is only entitled to see and hear what happens at a meeting, and to record or broadcast those observations.

  • No personal attacks to persons present or not
  • No inflammatory language used during time that you have the platform
  • 5 minute maximum or as directed by the chair
  • Thank you for participating in City Government.

Resolution

R1. Approve Resolution No. 2123, a resolution designating depositories and authorizing officers to make deposits and withdrawals (City Auditor Richter)
Roll Call:           Magnuson          Bishop           Pedersen           Powell           Carlsrud

R2. Approve Resolution No. 2119, a resolution declaring necessity of improvements in Paving Improvement District No. 117 (KLJ)
Roll Call:           Pedersen           Bishop           Powell           Magnuson           Carlsrud

New Business

N1. Approve Request for Funds – Small Projects in the amount of $12,000 for Valley City-Barnes County Development Corporation (Jennifer Feist)
Roll Call:           Bishop           Magnuson           Pedersen           Powell           Carlsrud

N2. Approve Funding for Resource Development Specialist increase of $7,000 for 2017-2018 and $186,000 for position for three year period from October 1, 2018 through September 30, 2021 for Valley City-Barnes County Development Corporation (Jennifer Feist)
Roll Call:           Powell           Bishop           Pedersen           Magnuson           Carlsrud

N3. Approve Request for Funds – Valley Development Group Roundtable increase in the amount of $25,000 (Jennifer Feist)
Roll Call:           Pedersen           Magnuson           Bishop           Powell           Carlsrud

N4. Consider Proposal for Delay Cost by Swanberg Construction for Permanent Flood Protection Phase I (KLJ)
Roll Call:           Magnuson           Pedersen           Bishop           Powell           Carlsrud

N5. Consider Decision Items for Project No. SU-2-990(057), Central Avenue – Urban Grant project (KLJ)
Roll Call:           Bishop           Powell           Pedersen           Magnuson           Carlsrud

N6. Approve Preliminary & Design Engineering Agreement for John Deere Water Tower Recoating with KLJ in an amount not to exceed $28,050.00 (KLJ).
Roll Call:           Powell           Pedersen           Magnuson           Bishop           Carlsrud

N7. Approve Preliminary & Design Engineering Agreement for Storm Sewer Improvement District 51 with KLJ in an amount not to exceed $20,600.00 (KLJ).
Roll Call:           Bishop           Pedersen           Powell           Magnuson           Carlsrud

N8. Approve Preliminary & Design Engineering Agreement for Sanitary Sewer Improvement District 62 with KLJ in an amount not to exceed $33,200.00 (KLJ).
Roll Call:           Magnuson          Powell           Bishop           Pedersen           Carlsrud

N9. Approve bid for new SCADA system from Resource Associates International, Inc. in the amount of $130,000 for Electrical Department (City Administrator Schelkoph)
Roll Call:           Pedersen           Bishop           Powell           Magnuson           Carlsrud

N10. Approve bid for lease for rubber tire backhoe and wheel loader from RDO Equipment for $15,331.24 annually for seven years (City Administrator Schelkoph)
Roll Call:           Powell           Magnuson           Pedersen           Bishop           Carlsrud

N11. Approve sale of Lot 6, Riverside Drive Third Addition for $7,013 (City Administrator Schelkoph)
Roll Call:           Magnuson           Bishop           Powell           Pedersen           Carlsrud

City Administrator’s Report

City Updates & Commission Reports

Adjourn