MONTHLY MINUTES

The Board of Managers work session meeting convened at 9:00 a.m. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 10, 2019 at the Garrison Sewer District Office. Board present: Mike Timm, Loren Larson, Duane Jedlicki, Ray Lasher and
Dick Huff.

1. CALL TO ORDER: Chairman Mike Timm opened the meeting reciting the Pledge of Allegiance at 9:00 a.m. Others present: Henry Brucker (Legal Counsel), Robin Cowell (Financial Administrator), Linda Ryan (Admin Asst.), Kirk Lenzen (PeopleService), Ryan Quade & Ian Colville (CCM Finance).

2. AGENDA: Motion to approve the agenda as presented. M/S/C Jedlicki/Huff.
3. APPROVE MINUTES: Motion to approve the March 28, 2019 board minutes as presented.
M/S /C Larson/Lasher.

4. PEOPLESERVICE: Kirk Lenzen – Contacted the Little Falls group to check on renting the push camera so he can check for I & I in the line behind St. Albans Bay area. Their response was they do not have the camera. Well, they do have a camera but it is not the “push” type. It is transported in a contained trailer back and forth. The recommendation is to try to get the Little Falls camera but if it cannot be picked up right away, need to contact Nelson’s. If it is I & I, need to get to it.
• Nelson Sanitation will start televising April 29th, on Linden Street/Glen Dr. Linden Street is approximately 10,300 feet. They will then move to Allen Road and Kirk will compile the footage numbers there prior to the start date.
• Kirk checked on lift rentals: $300 Home Depot, $85 General Rental for 24 hours. Loren mentioned the fire department just changed out lights and Kirk should check with Bruce on their purchase; light bulbs have become more energy efficient. A bid was requested from electrician last March but never received it. There are 3 lights and probably could replace them rather than repair.
• There are 45 manholes on Linden/Glen. Kirk discussed ordering enough riser rings to raise up the manholes; Motion made by Huff with a second by Lasher to approve an order of 40 metal riser rings in varying sizes between 1” and 3”. Motion unanimous. Probably won’t know what size and how many until will be required at each MH until the cover comes off. Cost is up to $200 each.
• Lift station 9 problem – stopped working due to no power. MLEC checked their source and it was ok. Boyd came out and he could not find anything wrong. It is working now.
• Still having radio issues with lift stations, 2, 3, 4. Supposed to have a plan from Total Control by now.

5. INVESTMENT PRESENTATION – IAN CORVILLE AND RYAN QUADE FROM CARPATHIAN CAPITAL (CCM)-
• Ryan, property owner in District, was talking with Robin and the idea about cash management came up so this presentation was scheduled; real estate interest gains up to 10% possible. Guidelines that need to be followed are with the accountant; which funds can be used. Probably need to be discussed with auditors. Construction Savings is totally restricted to anything but paying off debt. The money market is a good account to use for investment purposes.
• Presentation – Lending Fund (real estate) which is the fund to be used if the District decides to invest with them. This fund has 11 million of equity.
o For the first year the dollars are locked – dollars not accessible unless there is a hardship, Ian can issue a waiver on the hardship. After the first year, you can ask for your money every quarter.
o Minimum investment amount is $25,000.
o Summary of points of why it would be interesting to invest in real estate.
o Robin will contact Mary Reedy to get her feedback on this investment plan. ADD TO NEXT MEETING.
6. MLWW BILLING – discussion regarding the District/MLWW contract. When is renewal? (Looked up after the meeting; “The Agreement shall be effective on the Effective Date and shall continue in force for thirty (30) years unless terminated as set forth herein”. “Thereafter, this Agreement shall be automatically renewed for an additional terms often ten (10) years each unless terminated by District ……….etc.) Robin will provide the requested documents to Loren; billing does not seem to line up with our flows. Need to find out how and what the billing is based upon? Are they using total flows vs. District flows? ADD TO NEXT MEETING.

7. LEGAL – Henry Brucker – Robin referred W. Kowalski’s latest question to Henry. Per Henry, W. Kowalski has seen the answers to her latest question in all of the previous letters and documents we have sent to her. In a letter sent September 2018, 3 statutes were cited telling her about authorities and powers the Sanitary District
operate under.

8. OTHER – # Linda asked if there should be some kind of follow up to Roxanne Staples; i.e. like a letter to
remind her of the motion made November 14, 2018 stating she has to remove her trailer off of property 671040140000009 (67260539) if she is not going to connect. Henry will write the follow up letter.
• Sandy Smith property along Marina Way; 09-521-0060. Call from Laurie S., Sandilands Realty: She has a person interested in above parcel and wants to know all that is involved regarding sewer costs. After discussion, Linda will find out what is currently being charged to parcel 09-521-0060. Let Laurie know the basic connection/monthly charges and based upon what the possible new owner does, there could be other charges.
• After more discussion about what Joe Wentzell decides to do and what he has paid to date, it was decided by the District Board to assess the SAC charge now for the remaining mobile home on the property. He has already received two letters regarding this issue. Robin will assess property 24100000001W009 (24130776) now.
• Linda wanted verification regarding who can access private property to check on what is going into the sewer that should not be. According to Ordinance 12, ART X, Section 1 “If it becomes necessary to enter any residential property for the purpose of inspection, observation, measurement, sampling and testing pertinent to the discharge to the District sewer system……………. Representative shall first seek permission to enter from the property owner”. “The property owner shall have the choice of admitting the District’s representative, or of selecting another qualified person to do the inspection, which is mutually acceptable to the District and the property owners”.
• Discussion regarding the presentation today, OUR money market has $2,230,689.97. $260,000 in checking account. NEXT MEETING: talk about another transfer from checking into the money market fund. Today, the General consensus is to use $100,000 for new investment with CCM. Another question to ask is about processing fees.

9. ADJOURNMENT – Motion made by Huff with a second from Larson to adjourn the meeting at 10.20 a.m. Motion Unanimous.

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MEETING MINUTES APPROVED: APRIL 25, 2019

Mike Timm Linda Ryan
Mike Timm, Linda Ryan
CHAIRMAN, ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT

The Board of Managers held the BOARD meeting at the Garrison Sewer District Office Thursday March 28, 2019 at 1:30p.m. Board present: Mike Timm, Ray Lasher and Dick Huff. Absent: Duane Jedlicki & Loren Larson.

1. CALL TO ORDER: Chairman Timm opened the meeting reciting the Pledge of Allegiance at 1:30 p.m. Others present: Henry Brucker (Attorney), Tim Houle (Engineer), Robin Cowell (Financial Admin.), Linda Ryan (Admin Asst.), and Kirk Lenzen (People Service).

2. AGENDA: Motion by Huff S/Lasher to approve the agenda as updated with the request by Chairman Timm to add MLWW billing issues to the agenda. Motion is unanimous.

3. APPROVE MINUTES: Motion by Lasher S/Huff to approve the March 12, 2019 work session minutes as presented. Motion is unanimous.

4. TENTATIVE BOARD SCHEDULE APRIL – Work session on WEDNESDAY, APRIL 10, 2019 at 9:00 a.m. and monthly board meeting THURSDAY, APRIL 25 at 1:30 p.m. These dates are OK with the board.

5 PEOPLESERVICE – Kirk Lenzen – Shared the written report for February.
• LS#22 – had to reset breaker on #2 pump
• Plowing lift stations.
• LS#27 – High level call but isn’t in high level when he goes out.
• Having issues with pumps failing to start. Only one pump runs, still checking it out.
• LS #17 – no call out but the Transducer was bad. Kirk talked to Scott Austin, Goetsch, and he ordered a new style that has been upgraded and provides better applications with diaphragms and we should plan to get all of them the same style between main line and side line; cost between $700-$1200 each. The estimate of needing transducers is probably one per year. Chairman Timm said we are not going to go out and change all of them at once.
• Nelson Sanitation cleaned 6 lift stations ($1782.50). Kirk stated at LS3 they had to stop to dump solids halfway through because of the size of the truck. Lift stations cleaned: 3, 7, 10, 15, 16, & 27. Robin has not yet received a detailed report of what they found at each station. Nelson’s took the solids back with them to dump; Kirk will be calling Goble to see what they do with solids.
• Chairman Timm brought up spring cleaning duties and that upkeep done inside like vacuuming and taking out garbage is done. Robin mentioned the foyer and windows need cleaning and the building should be power washed.
• Kirk brought up that the lights in the garage area need cleaning along with finishing the work on the security lights; replace all bulbs while up there! The Board is in favor of Kirk renting a lift in order to complete this work but make sure all supplies are on hand so everything can be done at one time.
• Robin mentioned that there is possible I & I behind Gregory’s. There is a steady flow of water going through. Kirk has been trying to rent the camera from the group in Little Falls and they have not called back. Tim asked Kirk if he has managed to locate the dry manhole; may be difficult with the amount of water present.
• Kirk mentioned he still has problems with the radios and Paul contacted TC and told them we need to get a plan ASAP.
• Regarding the phone set up that will work with the sewer system control panel and the techs mobile phones; the Board wants to wait until May to learn more about the availability of fiber optics.
Robin will contact Karen Miller to get the phone number to the fiber optics company.

6. ENGINEERING – Tim Houle – It is nice to see the flows are less than last year.

7. LEGAL – HENRY BRUCKER – the letter and invoice to Joe Wentzell was sent. Robin completed the assessments per Resolution Number 3-2017, which states the District reserve the right to levy one-half of the amounts of said assessments against said Crow Wing County parcels. The 3 old assessments need to be replaced with the new property ID’s. Roberta, CWC, has all of the information for the new PID, 241000000001W009. Robin will need to add new assessment records to replace the old assessment sheets for the books!
Chairman Timm praised the quality of Henry’s work and his contribution to the District and in no way is his decision to contact Rinke Noonan to mean Henry has not performed to the level of the highest standards for the job he is doing.
Chairman Timm is going to ask Rinke Noonan to work on the MLWW billing issue; they were involved with the billing between the District and the Band back when the District was being formed. ADD to the WORKSHOP MEETING.

8. A. CONSTRUCTION FUND REPORT: – Motion by Lasher Second by Huff to approve the MARCH 2019 construction revenues of $2.85 interest in checking and $7,083.40 in savings; $362.54 interest, final tax settlement of $5,030.83 (CWC = $2272.05 MLC=$2758.78) and paid off assessment of $1690.03. There were NO disbursements. Motion is unanimous.

B. OPERATING FUND REPORT: Robin presented the Board with the most recent financial statements ending March 28, 2019. M/Lasher S/Huff accepting and approving the MARCH 2019 operating fund balance in revenues of $62,807.58 and disbursements of $54,926.26. Motion is unanimous. Some charges that do not show up every month: bill for replacing the SCADA computer by Total Control, Lift station cleaning by Nelson’s Sanitation, and a payment for new version of QuickBooks and 2019 Payroll software update on Robin’s computer.
March: SPC receipts: $2,159.71 Sales Tax revenue: $14,079.22
C. ACCOUNTING – NA
9. DISTRICT MLWW REPRESENTATIVE – No Report
10. WATERSHED DISTRICT REPRESENTATIVE: Ray Lasher – Nothing to report.
11. WRITTEN QUESTIONS – None
12. OTHER BUSINESS
• CWC is changing parcel codes to 8 digits for new developments. The 15 digit remains as is.

13. ADJOURN: M/Lasher S/Huff to adjourn the meeting. Motion is unanimous. (2:05 p.m.)
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Board approved meeting minutes on: APRIL 10, 2018

Mike Timm Linda Ryan
Mike Timm Linda Ryan
Chairman Admin Asst.

ACTION ITEMS TO REPORT AT THE NEXT MEETING ON APRIL 10TH.

• Kirk will be calling Goble to see what they do with solids.

• The Board is in favor of Kirk renting a lift in order to complete this work but make sure all supplies needed are on hand to finish everything at once.

• Robin will need to add new assessment records to replace the old assessment sheets for the books!

• Robin will contact Karen Miller to get the phone number to the fiber optics company.

• Add to the Work Session AGENDA: Rinke Noonan to work on the MLWW billing issue.

The Board of Managers work session meeting convened at 9:00 a.m. Tuesday, March 12, 2019 at the Garrison Sewer District Office. Board present: Mike Timm, Loren Larson, Duane Jedlicki, Ray Lasher and
Dick Huff.

1. CALL TO ORDER: Chairman Mike Timm opened the meeting reciting the Pledge of Allegiance at 9:00 a.m. Others present: Henry Brucker (Legal Counsel), Robin Cowell (Financial Administrator), Linda Ryan (Admin Asst.), Kirk Lenzen and Tom Bohnert (PeopleService) and Nelson Sanitation; Chad Houg, Ray Thompson, Derick Nelson.

2. AGENDA: Motion to approve the agenda as presented. M/S/C Larson/Lasher.

3. APPROVE MINUTES: Motion to approve the February 28, 2019 board minutes as presented.
M/S /C Lasher/Jedlicki.

4. PEOPLESERVICE: Tom Bohnert/Kirk Lenzen – Kirk is back on the job. Goetsch is coming out to replace a base elbow on LS 18; there are two 10” lines coming into this station.
• Robin contacted Total Control regarding the equipment needs to get remote access to the system back onto their work phones; it eliminates the need of coming into the office to check the alarm type.
Total Control provided the following bids: typical cell phone company i.e., Frontier = $2915 and from Total Control the bid is $2695. Also, need to check on what the monthly fees might be. Board decided to hold onto this over the next couple of months to see what happens with the Fiber Optics availability in town.
• To start off with, need to decide today which lift stations Nelson’s can clean before getting into the yearly line cleaning.
• Nelson’s Sanitation has two trucks available and they are set up for televising.
o WSN has added lift station information to the maps for them.
o Robin will go over the documentation the District needs when they work on our system.
• One quarter of the line is cleaned each year and must be documented. Almost 100,000 feet of gravity sanitary sewer pipe. (In the meeting, we mentioned 11,000 feet as being a quarter of the line).
• We have almost 400 manholes and 28 lift stations.
• While cleaning lift stations, the debris goes into a basket which needs to be dumped and the water generally goes back into the station. Kirk will check with Goble to see where they dump the solids.
• Tom, Kirk and the crew from Nelson’s Sanitation left the meeting for further discussion.

5. “BIRCHWOOD” PROPERTY – The Board of Managers looked over the Resolutions passed in 2016 and 2017 regarding the assessments at the time. The parcel 24100000001Z889 was finally split; this PID is now Dollar General property and the remaining portion, the rest of “Birchwood” Mobile Home Park, is now PID 24100000001W009. Resolution 3-2017 rescinded Resolution 5-2016 and added the statement that the GKWMLL Sanitary District specifically reserves the right to levy one-half of the amounts of said assessments against said Crow Wing County Parcels in 2017. Therefore, $22,559.81 needs to be assessed to parcel 24100000001W009.
Henry will write a letter for the $8000 SAC assessment that is attached to the occupied mobile home still on the property. The billing and the assessment information will be sent to the property owner.

6. LEGAL – HENRY BRUCKER – Henry received another letter from W. Kowalski which says the same thing as previous letters.

7. OTHER BUSINESS – NONE

8. ADJOURNMENT – Motion made by Lasher with a second from Huff to adjourn the meeting at 9:58 a.m.

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MEETING MINUTES APPROVED:

Mike Timm, Linda Ryan
CHAIRMAN, ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT

The Board of Managers held BOARD meeting at the Garrison Sewer District Office Monday, February 28, 2019 at 1:30p.m. Board present: Mike Timm, Loren Larson, Ray Lasher and Dick Huff. Absent: Duane Jedlicki.

1. CALL TO ORDER: Chairman Timm opened the meeting reciting the Pledge of Allegiance at 1:30 p.m. Others present: Henry Brucker (Attorney), Tim Houle (Engineer), Robin Cowell (Financial Admin.), Linda Ryan (Admin Asst.), and Tom Bohnert and Jerry from Hinckley (People Service).

2. AGENDA: Motion by Larson S/Lasher to approve the agenda as updated with addition of Birchwood Property submitted by Loren Larson. Motion is unanimous.

3. APPROVE MINUTES: Motion by Huff S/Lasher to approve the February 13, 2019 work session minutes as presented. Motion is unanimous.

4. TENTATIVE BOARD SCHEDULE MARCH – Work session on WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13, 2019 at 9:00 a.m. and monthly board meeting THURSDAY, MARCH 28 at 1:30 p.m. –NOTE: CHANGE OF DATE FOR WORK SESSION: WORK SESSION CHANGED TO TUESDAY, MARCH 12, 2019 AT 9:00A.M. Scheduled with Board’s consent and posted at Garrison Post Office, City of Garrison and Sewer District Office.

5 PEOPLESERVICE – Tom Bohnert – LS#25 froze up; dropped a heater down and took care of the problem.
• The major power outage in Garrison and surrounding areas created major problems. MLEC lost a substation due to a beaver dam broke behind the casino flooding the area. Ran generators for Ten days!!!! Boyd’s Electric came out to rewire a 240 generator to make it a 480 amp to put it on LS #1. This is a temporary fix and he will be back to change back to 240. Tom required another 480 because the other two 480 generators were in use at lift stations.
• The flows are down from January 2018. I&I from Linden Street identified in the spring/summer of 2018.
• LS 3 & 6 power failed: MLEC pulled power from north side of Garrison, due to a substation down. Low
Amps issue. MLEC had the power back up and running back to normal. (10 days)
• LS #2 & 3 not shutting down; put a generator on LS#3.
• The Board suggested scheduling Nelson Sanitation in March to clean LS 10 and a couple of others. This will get him to familiarize himself to our lift stations.
• The Board asked Tom if he was checking on grease traps when he goes in to read meters each month. He did not know about this. Businesses are supposed to have logs of when cleaning was done.
• Flexible pipe coupling –First part of bid is to dig down to expose the pipes and then STOP for the District to take a look at what is uncovered and then second part is to put all of the dirt back. We really won’t know what we are dealing with until the pipes, valve vault and couplings are exposed. This flexible coupling is definitely an option to consider. Will have to rebid this job.
• Robin and Tom will work together and check with TC to see what has to be done to get the remote activity back to the mobile phones.
• Statute we were formed under states we need two bids for anything over $1000; however there is a benefit to dealing with one vendor. Talk about fiber optics being available in Garrison this spring.

6. ENGINEERING – Tim Houle – The capability of being able to see the system issues on the phone is great. Mentioned some cities have a generator at each lift stations – pros and cons. He has one word of caution regarding the line behind St. Albans Bay; it is already in a wet environment but when the melt happens it will be seriously wet. Additional seals on the manholes, add extensions or sand bags just to name a few things.
Tim provided another set of maps with the lift station locations per request from Nelson Sanitation. Tim has not heard directly from them.

7. LEGAL – HENRY BRUCKER – Walberg letter was approved and can be mailed out.

8. A. CONSTRUCTION FUND REPORT: – Motion by Lasher Second by Huff to approve the FEBRUARY 2019 construction revenues of $3.00 interest in checking and $407.95 interest in savings and NO disbursements. Motion is unanimous.

B. OPERATING FUND REPORT: Robin presented the Board with the most recent financial statements ending February 28, 2019. M/Lasher S/Huff accepting and approving the FEBRUARY 2019 operating fund balance in revenues of $78,959.85 and disbursements of $59,308.23. Motion is unanimous. Some charges that do not show up every month: Additional charges for replacement of the strip mall meter, had to replace a computer for SCADA, higher gas needs due to extra snow plowing, website domain renewal, total control programming radios, workers comp payment to League of Minnesota Cities. Audit information requested by Mary Reedy, CWC charged $30 and MLC charged $216.15. Garage door repair: PS reimbursed us $970.
– The original Computer for SCADA died, so Robin told TC to fix it. NO bill yet. TC replaced computer with new/used; had some of the required software loaded.
February SPC receipts: $11,251.16 Sales Tax revenue: $10,519.06.
C. ACCOUNTING – NA

9. DISTRICT MLWW REPRESENTATIVE – Loren Larson has nothing.
10. WATERSHED DISTRICT REPRESENTATIVE: Ray Lasher – Nothing to report.
11. WRITTEN QUESTIONS – None
12. OTHER BUSINESS: Loren asked for the lap top and use of the GIS display to discuss the issues at the Birchwood property. There is one mobile home (which was supposed to be moved) occupied in the area.
The Ordinance says to protect the environment. Robin needs to look at what assessment is paid. Joe W. is being billed 2 EDU’s for the monthly and paying SPC. A letter needs to be sent to Joe Wentzell advising him of the need for this parcel to be connected to the Sanitary District’s sewer system. BRING FINANCIAL INFORMATION TO THE NEXT MEETING; WHAT HAS BEEN CERTIFIED AND ANY OTHER PERTINENT DATA.

• The letter advertising vacant lot on Tower Road does not interest us.

15. ADJOURN: M/Lasher S/Huff to adjourn the meeting. Motion is unanimous. (2:13 p.m.)
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Board approved meeting minutes on:

Chairman Admin Asst.

The Board of Managers held both the ANNUAL and BOARD meeting at the Garrison Sewer District Office Monday, February 4, 2019 at 1:30p.m; this session was moved from Wednesday, January 30, 2019 due to the severe weather conditions. Board present: Loren Larson, Duane Jedlicki, Ray Lasher and Dick Huff. Absent: Mike Timm.

ANNUAL:
1. CALL TO ORDER: Vice-Chairman Larson opened the meeting with the Pledge of Allegiance at 1:33 p.m. Others present: Tim Houle (Engineer), Henry Brucker (Attorney), Robin Cowell (Financial Admin.), Linda Ryan (Admin Asst) and Kirk Lenzen (People Service).
2. Results from the January 22, 2019 GKWMLL election meeting: Mike Timm was re-elected to a 3 year term.
3. OATH OF OFFICE: will be done at the next meeting, February 13, 2019.
4. 2019 District Officers and appointments – 2018 appointments were reviewed to see if any changes needed to be made for 2019. The only change: IRS mileage reimbursement; the 2019 guideline is 58.0 cents per mile.

4A. RESOLUTION #1-2019 – 2019 OFFICER AND ADMINSTRATIVE APPOINTMENTS – The board members reviewed the appointments. Motion by Huff S/Lasher to approve Resolution #1-2019. Motion is unanimous.

5. OTHER BUSINESS: NONE
6. Motion by Lasher S/by Jedlicki to adjourn the Annual Meeting. Motion is unanimous. (1:36 p.m.)

BOARD MEETING:
1. AGENDA: Motion by Lasher S/Huff to approve the agenda. Motion is unanimous.

2. APPROVE MINUTES: Motion by Huff S/Jedlicki to approve the January 16, 2019 work session minutes as presented. Motion is unanimous.

3. TENTATIVE BOARD SCHEDULE – FEBRUARY Work session on WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 13 at 9:00 a.m. and monthly board meeting THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 28 at 1:30 p.m. Scheduled with Board’s consent.

4 PEOPLESERVICE – Kirk Lenzen — Went through his written report.
– Total Control still is discussing strategy to fix the final couple radios with issues.
– Chad Houg from Nelson Sanitation will be jetting/televising starting in April 29, 2019.
December flows ‘seemed to be low at the strip Mall and there was no flow in January. After discussion, it was decided to average out the flows over the last 6 months to use for January data. Kirk has a new meter in inventory to use to change out the non-working meter. Robin will send a letter to the mall owner telling him what we did to get it back and working. The Board emphasized the need to take care of this immediately!

After discussion about the 3 invoices from Total Control, it was decided not to sign the checks until Chairman Timm returns; he wanted further discussion from TC.

5. LEGAL – HENRY BRUCKER – Henry has another meeting scheduled on Wednesday February 13th.

6. WALBERG PROPERTIES – TABLED FROM 1/16/2019 WORK SESSION MEETING.
Motion by Lasher S/Huff to exempt 100 feet of the 150’parcel 660362400C00009 billing the remaining 50 feet. SPC will remain until this parcel is connected to the sewer, paying the SAC and appropriate charges to the monthly billing. Motion is unanimous. Henry will write a letter covering this information to the owner.

7. ENGINEERING – Tim Houle – Tim talked with Robin and Kirk. He will revise the maps and provide Total Control one map with information requested. However, no one from TC has contacted Tim yet.

8. RESOLUTION 2-2019 – WORKERS COMPENSATION COVERAGE Motion Jedlicki S/Lasher to approve Resolution #2-2019 Relating to Workers Compensation Coverage For Elected and Appointed Officials with Huff and Larson voting in favor. Motion passed. Chairman Timm was absent from vote.

9. A. CONSTRUCTION FUND REPORT: – Motion by Lasher Second by Jedlicki to approve the JANUARY 2019 construction revenues of $3.49 interest in checking and revenues of $398.44 in savings of which $371.82 is interest and $26.62 from State Mn – MMB and disbursements of $16,588.19 for PFA Loan. Motion is unanimous.

B. OPERATING FUND REPORT: Robin presented the Board with the most recent financial statements ending January 30, 2019. M/Lasher S/Huff accepting and approving the JANUARY 2019 operating fund balance in revenues of $85,411.92 and disbursements of $57,442.71. Motion is unanimous. Some charges that do not show up every month: Additional charges from Total Control and PFA loan interest payment of $696.60. January SPC receipts: $30,182.73. Sales Tax revenue: $11,104.19.

C. ACCOUNTING – NA

11. Districts MLWW Representative – Loren Larson reported next meeting to be held February 6, 2019.
12. WATERSHED DISTRICT REPRESENTATIVE: Ray Lasher – Nothing to report.
13. WRITTEN QUESTIONS – None

14. OTHER BUSINESS: Linda asked to have clarification on weather days for last week – paid or not.
Yes, regular pay. Thank you.

15. ADJOURN: M/Lasher S/Huff to adjourn the meeting. Motion is unanimous. (2:13 p.m.)
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Board approved meeting minutes on: FEBRUARY 13, 2019

Mike Timm Linda Ryan
Chairman Admin Asst.