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Minutes December 19, 2017

 Wabasha County Board of Commissioners

Meeting of December 19th, 2017


The Board of County Commissioners of Wabasha County, Minnesota, convened in Regular Session at the Wabasha County Courthouse, in the City of Wabasha, Minnesota on Tuesday, December 19, 2017 at 9:00 a.m.

The meeting was called to order by Acting Board Chairperson Goihl.

The following Commissioners were present:  Goihl, Hall, Springer, Wobbe  Absent: Key

SPRINGER-HALL

Motion to approve the agenda

Adopted Unanimously

Staff Updates:

Administrator Updates:

HALL-WOBBE

Motion to approve the consent agenda including the following:

Minutes: December 6, 2017

Claims

Meal Vouchers

Per Diems

Donations: Approve and Accept $250 Donation from Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Squires on behalf of the Veterans Service Office

Resolution No.: 2017-245

Whereas, the County Attorney is requesting an additional part-time administrative support  person for her department;

Whereas, an increase in case loads and the shifting of e-filing and e-charging that were previously completed by the Court Administrator;

Whereas, after undertaking a thorough staffing review by the  Human Resource Generalist it is recommended that a part-time legal secretary staff person be hired for the County Attorney’s Office.

Whereas, the Wabasha County Personnel Committee has reviewed and approved the Wabasha County Attorney’s request to hire an additional permanent part-time position.

Now Therefore be it Resolved by the Wabasha County Board of Commissioners that, the Wabasha County is hereby authorized to hire a permanent part-time legal secretary to support the Wabasha County Attorney’s Office.

Resolution No.: 2017-246

Whereas, the Integrated Public Alert and Warning System (IPAWS) is another level of alerting the public of emergencies via their phones, televisions, radios, computers and/or tablets whether they are from the area or not; and

Whereas, a notification system such as CodeRED is needed in order to utilize IPAWS and Wabasha County already uses CodeRED; and

Whereas, the cost for IPAWS is $1,200 per year and Wabasha County has been allocated grant money through Region 1 MN Homeland Security & Emergency Management to cover to cost of IPAWS for 2018.

Now Therefore be it Resolved by the Wabasha County Board of Commissioners that, Wabasha County continue with IPAWS for 2018 and the amount be paid by Auditor’s Warrant.

Resolution No.: 2017-247

Now Therefore be it Resolved by the Wabasha County Board of Commissioners that, pursuant to Minnesota Statute 161.36, the Commissioner of Transportation be appointed as Agent of Wabasha County to accept as its agent, federal aid funds which may be made available for eligible transportation related projects.

Be it Further Resolved by the Wabasha County Board of Commissioners that, the Wabasha County Engineer is hereby authorized and directed for and on behalf of Wabasha County to execute and enter into an agreement with the Commissioner of Transportation prescribing the terms and conditions of said federal aid participation as set forth and contained in “Minnesota Department of Transportation Agency Agreement No. 1030079”, a copy of which said agreement was before the Wabasha County Board and which is made a part hereof by reference.

Presentation: Rolf Thompson, Executive Director of the National Eagle Center - Wabasha Riverfront Revitalization Bonding Request

SPRINGER-WOBBE

Resolution No.: 2017-248

Whereas, the State of Minnesota established a deputy registrar network to provide our citizens with motor vehicle titling and registration services, including driver license transactions; and,

Whereas, deputy registrars are required to operate as agents on behalf of the State of Minnesota without compensation from the State for the services they offer; and,

Whereas, in 1949, the State of Minnesota established in statute a user-based filing fee on motor vehicle and driver license transactions to be retained by the deputy registrar to defray all their costs to provide this localized service to our citizens for the State; and,

Whereas, the State of Minnesota now receives over $1 billion annually in state fees and taxes collected through the deputy registrar network; and,

Whereas, the State of Minnesota has now shifted substantial clerical and auditing responsibilities onto the deputy registrar network due to the State's conversion to their new MNLARS (Minnesota Licensing and Registration System) program; and,

Whereas, the new MNLARS regimen is now documented to have multiple shortcomings which have severely strained normal deputy registrar operations with longer processing times that greatly limit their typical volume of daily business; and,

Whereas, other MNLARS shortcomings have frequently forced deputies to conduct "no-(filing) fee" services for customers which acerbates the deputy business model; and,

Whereas, deputy registrar offices are now forced to invest in additional staff, office equipment, and more space to meet customer demand due to the MNLARS conversion; and,

Whereas, the filing fee revenue no longer covers the operational costs to maintain deputy registrar offices such that many local government-based deputies are seeking local property tax subsidies and private operators are applying for lines of credit to stave off complete closure,

Now Therefore be it Resolved by the Wabasha County Board of Commissioners that, that Wabasha County calls upon the State Legislature and our Governor to enact legislation in 2018 to provide deputy registrars with proper compensation by reallocating from existing state fee structures or other appropriate filing fee adjustments to ensure their valued service and continued presence remains in our local community to serve our citizens and the State.

Adopted Unanimously

Public Hearing: Proposed Transfer of County’s Municipal State Aid Construction Account Funds to Regular State Aid Construction Account

WOBBE-HALL

Resolution No.: 2017-249

Whereas, the County of Wabasha is planning to implement County State Aid Highway projects in 2018 which will require State Aid funds in excess of those available in its State Aid Regular Construction Account, and

Whereas, these projects are located outside of cities having a population of less than 5,000; and

Whereas, in order to proceed with construction, County Municipal Construction funds are needed to supplement the available funds in the County’s Regular Construction Account; and

Whereas, the transfer of funds from the County Municipal Account to the County Regular Account is permitted by Minnesota Rules 8820.2400 and Minnesota Statute 162.08 Subd. 4.

Now Therefore be it Resolved by the Wabasha County Board of Commissioners that,

the Commissioner of Transportation is hereby requested to transfer all accumulated County Municipal Construction Account funds that are or will be available in 2018 to the County’s Regular Construction Account.

Adopted Unanimously

SPRINGER-WOBBE

Resolution No.: 2017-250

Resolution Approving the Wabasha County

Emergency Operations Plan

Whereas, Wabasha County Emergency Management develops and maintains a county-wide All-Hazard Emergency Operations Plan (EOP) that must contain at least 18 Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act of 1986 (SARA) Title III items listed in the Local Emergency Operations Plan Crosswalk;

Whereas, said EOP is updated and reviewed yearly by a 4-year Plan Review process developed by Minnesota Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management;

Whereas, this year the EOP is to be reviewed by the Wabasha County Board of Commissioners;

Be It Resolved, that the Wabasha County Board of Commissioners has reviewed and hereby approves the Wabasha County-wide All-Hazard Emergency Operations Plan in its entirety by signing the Certification of Plan Approval page.

Adopted Unanimously

HALL-GOIHL

Resolution No.: 2017-251

Resolution Setting

Commissioner Salary, Per Diems, And Expense Allowance 2018

Whereas, Minnesota Statutes 375.055 provides for the establishment of compensation for services rendered by County Commissioners in Minnesota; and

Whereas, Minnesota Statutes 375.055 provides that a change in County Commissioner’s salary or per diems shall not be effective until January 1st of the next year; and

Whereas, Minnesota Statutes 375.055 provides that a change in County Commissioner’s salary or per diems shall not change except in accordance with Minnesota Statutes 375.055; and

Now, Therefore, Be It Resolved that for the year of 2018 the salary and per diems for the Wabasha County Board of Commissioners be established at:

           $19,000                                                         Annual Salary (plus $500 for the Board Chair)

           $50 for meetings less than 4 hours               Per Diem Payments

           $100 for meetings more than 4 hours   

Be, It Further Resolved that Resolution 2017-244 be rescinded.

PASSED: 3-1 NAY: WOBBE

HALL-WOBBE

Resolution No.: 2017-252

Resolution to Certify the 2018 Final Property Tax Levy

Whereas, the Wabasha County Board of Commissioners per Minnesota Statute 275.07 is required to adopt a final property tax levy for taxes payable year 2018 and certify that amount to the county auditor  no later than  December 29, 2017; and

Whereas, after reviewing the annual operating budgets proposed by Department Heads which provides the basis for the allocation of available resources and the determination of the property tax levy needed to fund various programs and services for the 2018 calendar year the following amounts have been determined to be needed for the 2018 property tax levy.

Fund     Levy
General Revenue Fund 7,787,218
General Revenue-Local Water Management 6,240
SELCO 151,700
Public Health Fund 354,349
Road & Bridge Fund 1,917,868
Social Services Fund 2,086,623
Soil & Water Conservation District 120,000
Whitewater Watershed 4,982
Building Fund 327,970
Capital Equipment Fund 199,605
General Obligation Jail Refunding Bonds 2016A 992,565
General Obligation Capital Improvement Plan Bonds 2017A 510,783
 
2018 Certified Final Levy     14,459,903

Now, Therefore, be it resolved by the Wabasha County Board of Commissioners that the County Auditor-Treasurer is to certify the 2018 final property tax levy to the Minnesota Department of Revenue as presented.

PASSED: 3-1 NAY:SPRINGER

SPRINGER-WOBBE

Resolution No.: 2017-253

Resolution approving the 2018 Southeastern Minnesota Multi-County Housing Redevelopment

Special Benefit Tax Levy

Whereas, The Wabasha County Board of Commissioners approved a Special Benefit Tax agreement dated July 1, 2005 with Southeastern Minnesota Multi-County Housing and Redevelopment Authority for the purpose of paying, in part the debt service on the  Authority’s Tax Increment Revenue notes, Series 2005; and

Whereas, pursuant to this agreement, the Wabasha County Board of Commissioners does hereby certify the special benefit property tax levy in the amount of $50,000.00 for the Southeastern Minnesota Multi-County Housing Redevelopment Authority, a Special Taxing district.

Now, Therefore, be it Resolved by the Wabasha County Board of Commissioners the County Auditor-Treasurer is to certify the above 2018 special benefit property tax levy for Southeastern Minnesota Multi-County Housing Redevelopment Authority to the Minnesota Department of Revenue.

Adopted Unanimously

HALL-SPRINGER

Resolution No.: 2017-254  

Resolution to Certify the 2018 Southeastern Minnesota Multi-County Housing Redevelopment    

Final Property Tax Levy

Whereas, the Southeastern Minnesota Multi-County Housing and Redevelopment Authority was created by action of the Boards of Commissioners of Dodge, Goodhue, Wabasha and Winona Counties pursuant to Minnesota Statutes, Section 469.004; and

Whereas, Minnesota Statute Section 469.033 subs. 6, permits the Authority to levy and collect a special benefits tax not to exceed 0.0185 percent of taxable market value; and

Whereas, the Wabasha County Board of Commissioners has considered the Authority’s request to approve a special benefit tax to be levied upon all taxable market value of taxable property within the Authority’s area of operation within Wabasha County.

Now, Therefore, be it Resolved by the Wabasha County Board of Commissioners instructs the County Auditor-Treasurer to certify a 2018 final special benefit property tax levy in the amount of $60,000 for Southeastern Minnesota Multi-County Housing Redevelopment to the Minnesota Department of Revenue.

Adopted Unanimously

SPRINGER-WOBBE

Resolution No.:  2017-255

Resolution to Approve the 2018 County Attorney’s Office Budget

Whereas, the Wabasha County Board has the duty and responsibility pursuant to Minnesota Statute of Commissioners §388.018 Subd. 5 to set the budget for the office of the County Attorney by resolution on an annual basis after consideration of responsibilities and duties of the office;

Now, Therefore, the Wabasha County Board of Commissioners makes the following information part of the record: 

1.    The County Board has reviewed and considered the statutory duties of the County Attorney and a summary of those duties from the Minnesota County Attorneys Association.

2.    The County Board offered Ms. Kelly the opportunity to provide information in writing, and to meet with her to discuss all of the information from all sources, respond to its question(s) and provide any additional information she wanted the Board to consider.

3.    Ms. Kelly did not request that her staff receive a wage increase beyond that set forth in the applicable collective bargaining agreements for union employees. Ms. Kelly did not make a wage adjustment request for her non-union staff. 

        4.    The Board considered that funds from city prosecution contracts are currently being used to offset the salary and budget expenses of the County Attorney’s office.    

5.    All of the data contained in the binder provided by Mr. Plante are incorporated into the record and have been reviewed and considered by the Board. 

   

Now, Therefore, based upon review and consideration of the duties and responsibilities of the Wabasha County Attorney’s office, the materials gathered and considered by the Board; the Wabasha County Board of Commissioners resolves as follows:

1.    The wages and benefits for all union employees working under the County Attorney shall be consistent with the negotiated collective bargaining agreements, as amended.  The salaries and wages for non-union employees of the County Attorney’s Office shall be increased by 2.50%, consistent with wage increases for all non-union employees as adopted by the County Board, effective January 1. 2018.  

2.    Attachment B is incorporated herein as the approved 2018 Budget for the Office of the Wabasha County Attorney.  The salary of the County Attorney was set by separate resolution on November 28, 2017 and is reflected in Attachment B as a reference.

3.    The Administrator and Finance Director are authorized and directed to incorporate Attachment B 2018 County Attorney’s office budget into the comprehensive 2018 Wabasha County Budget and to make such changes effective January 1, 2018, consistent with standard operating procedures for Wabasha County.

Adopted Unanimously

SPRINGER-HALL

Resolution No.:  2017-256

Resolution to Approve the 2018 Auditor/Treasurer’s Office Budget

Whereas, the Wabasha County Board has the duty and responsibility pursuant to Minnesota Statute of Commissioners §384.151 Subd. 6 and 385.373 Subd. 6 to set the budget for the office of the Auditor/Treasurer by resolution on an annual basis after consideration of responsibilities and duties of the office;

Now, Therefore, the Wabasha County Board of Commissioners makes the following information part of the record: 

1.    The County Board has reviewed and considered the statutory duties of the Office of   County Auditor/Treasurer. 

2.    The County Board offered Ms. Anderson the opportunity to provide information in writing, and meet with her to discuss all of the information from all sources, respond to its question(s) and provide any additional information she wanted the Board to consider regarding her budget.

3.    Ms. Anderson did not request that her staff receive a wage increase beyond that set forth in the applicable collective bargaining agreement for union employees.

4.     All of the data contained in the binder provided by Mr. Plante are incorporated into the record and have been reviewed and considered by the Board. 

   

Now, Therefore, based upon review and consideration of the duties and responsibilities of the Wabasha County Auditor/Treasurer’s office, the materials gathered and considered by the Board; the Wabasha County Board of Commissioners resolves as follows:

1.    The wages and benefits for all union employees working under the Auditor/Treasurer shall be consistent with the negotiated collective bargaining agreements, as amended.  Benefits shall be consistent with County policy.

2.    Attachment C is incorporated herein as the approved 2018 Budget for the Office of the Wabasha County Auditor/Treasurer.  The salary of the Auditor/Treasurer was set by separate resolution on November 28, 2017 and is reflected in Attachment C as a reference.

3.    The Administrator and Finance Director are authorized and directed to incorporate Attachment C 2018 Auditor/Treasurer’s office budget into the comprehensive 2018 Wabasha County Budget and to make such changes effective January 1, 2018, consistent with standard operating procedures for Wabasha County.

Adopted Unanimously

SPRINGER-WOBBE

Resolution No.:  2017-257

Resolution to Approve the 2018 Recorder’s Office Budget

Whereas, the Wabasha County Board has the duty and responsibility pursuant to Minnesota Statute of Commissioners §386.015 Subd. 6 to set the budget for the office of the Recorder by resolution on an annual basis after consideration of responsibilities and duties of the office;

Now, Therefore, the Wabasha County Board of Commissioners makes the following information part of the record: 

1.    The County Board has reviewed and considered the statutory duties of the County Recorder and the summary of duties.

2.     The County Board offered Mr. Aitken the opportunity to provide information in writing, and to meet with him to discuss all the information from all sources, respond to its question(s) and provide any additional information he wanted the Board to consider.

3.    Mr. Aitken did not request that his staff receive a wage increase beyond that set forth in the applicable collective bargaining agreement for union employees.

4.     All of the data contained in the binder provided by Mr. Plante to the Board are incorporated into the record and have been reviewed and considered by the Board. 

   

    Now, Therefore, based upon review and consideration of the duties and responsibilities of the Wabasha County Recorder’s office, the materials gathered and considered by the Board; the Wabasha County Board of Commissioners resolves as follows:

1.    The wages and benefits for all union employees working under the Recorder shall be consistent with the negotiated collective bargaining agreements, as amended. 

2.    Attachment D is incorporated herein as the approved 2018 Budget for the Office of the Wabasha County Recorder.  The salary of the Recorder was set by separate resolution on November 28, 2017 and is reflected in Attachment D as a reference.

3.    The Administrator and Finance Director are authorized and directed to incorporate Attachment D 2018 Recorder’s office budget into the comprehensive 2018 Wabasha County Budget and to make such changes effective January 1, 2018, consistent with standard operating procedures for Wabasha County.

Adopted Unanimously

SPRINGER-HALL

Resolution No.:  2017-258

Resolution to Approve the 2018 Sheriff’s Office Budget

Whereas, the Wabasha County Board has the duty and responsibility pursuant to Minnesota Statute of Commissioners §387.20 Subd. 6 to set the budget for the office of the Sheriff by resolution on an annual basis after consideration of responsibilities and duties of the office;

Now, Therefore, the Wabasha County Board of Commissioners makes the following information part of the record: 

1.    The County Board has reviewed and considered the statutory duties of the Office of Sheriff.  In addition to the statutory duties, the Sheriff’s office provides law enforcement services for the Cities of Elgin and Mazeppa.

2.    The Sheriff’s Office includes approximately 46 regularly scheduled employees along with several casual part time employees, including a chief deputy, deputies, jailers, dispatchers, clerks and administrative assistants. The Sheriff, Chief Deputy and deputies must all be licensed by the P.O.S.T. board and meet its education and training requirements, pass the licensing examination and continuing education requirements.

3.    Sheriff Bartsh did not request that his staff receive a wage increase beyond that set forth in the applicable collective bargaining agreement for union employees. Sheriff Bartsh is not making a wage request for the non-union Sheriff’s Office staff.   

 4.     The County Board offered Sheriff Bartsh the opportunity to provide information in writing, and to meet with him to discuss all of the information from all sources, respond to its question(s) and provide any additional information he wanted the Board to consider.

5.    All of the data contained in the binder provided by Mr. Plante are incorporated into the record and have been reviewed and considered by the Board. 

   

Now, Therefore, based upon review and consideration of the duties and responsibilities of the Wabasha County Sheriff’s office, the materials gathered and considered by the Board; the Wabasha County Board of Commissioners resolves as follows:

1.    The wages and benefits for all union Sheriff’s Office employees shall be consistent with the negotiated collective bargaining agreements, as amended. The salaries and wages for all full-time and regular part-time non-union Sheriff’s Office employees shall be increased by 2.50%, consistent with wage increases for all non-union employees as adopted by the County Board, effective January 1. 2018. 

2.    Attachment E is incorporated herein as the approved Budget for the Office of the Wabasha County Sheriff.  The salary of the Sheriff was set by separate resolution on November 28, 2017 and is reflected in Attachment E as a reference.

3.    The Administrator and Finance Director are authorized and directed to incorporate Attachment E 2018 Sheriff’s office budget into the comprehensive 2018 Wabasha County Budget and to make such changes effective January 1, 2018, consistent with standard operating procedures for Wabasha County.

Adopted Unanimously

WOBBE-GOIHL

Resolution No.:  2017-259

Resolution to Approve the 2018 Final Budget

Whereas, the Wabasha County Board of Commissioners is required by Minnesota Statute 275.07 to adopt a final budget for 2018; and

Whereas, The Wabasha County Board of Commissioners have reviewed the fiscal year 2018 final budget as summarized below, and

       

 

Final Budget

 

Final Budget

 

2017

2018

Revenues:

  County Portion Property Taxes

$

14,303,298

$

14,730,803

  State Aid Property Tax Aids

830,252

919,178

  Other Taxes

734,000

1,285,500

  Licenses and Permits

140,075

142,447

  Intergovernmental Revenues-

    Federal

2,624,331

2,564,100

    State

10,003,258

9,690,672

    Other

417,500

112,000

  Charges for Services

1,276,579

1,169,259

  Fines and Forfeits

5,500

5,500

  Interest on Investments

100,000

105,000

  Miscellaneous Income/Receipts

402,161

411,777

  Gifts and Contributions

7,615

7,600

     Total Revenues

$

30,844,569

$

31,143,836

Expenditures:

   General Government

$

4,147,610

$

4,562,116

   Public Safety

5,955,054

6,217,000

   Sanitation

190,074

193,988

   Conservation of Natural Resources

404,447

401,888

   Culture and Recreation

247,011

251,755

   Economic Development

13,100

13,750

   Other

407,175

265,534

   Highways and Streets

10,642,664

10,755,497

   Human Services/Welfare

5,336,210

5,434,974

   Public Health

1,473,254

1,531,837

   Debt Service

1,614,394

14,634,633

     Total Expenditures

 

$30,430,993

 

$44,262,972

Other Financing Sources (Uses):

   Proceeds from Sale of Assets

$

-

$

3,750

   Proceeds from Sale of Bonds

12,781,215

   Transfer in from Other Funds

2,925

2,925

   Transfer out from Other Funds

(2,925)

(2,925)

Total Other Financing Sources (Uses)

$

-

$

12,784,965

Net Change in Fund Balance

$

413,576

 

(334,171)


               

Whereas, the Wabasha County Board of Commissioners has considered the duties and responsibilities of each and every office, department and agency and the experience, qualifications and performance of employees, elected officials and appointed employees in the development of this budget, and

Whereas, the Wabasha County Board of Commissioners previously set, by separate resolutions, the salaries of each of the elected officials at the November 28,2017 meeting by Resolutions No. 2017-240,  2017-241,  2017-242,  and 2017-243, and

Whereas, the Budgets of the Offices of County Attorney, County Auditor/Treasurer, County Recorder, and County Sheriff  were set by separate resolutions 2017-255, 2017-256, 2017-257  and 2017-258 (Attachments B, C, D and E) which are incorporated into Attachment A by reference; and

Whereas, the approved Department Budgets are summarized in Attachment A;

Whereas, the Wabasha County Board of Commissioners has held several public meetings for the purpose of discussion and planning of the 2018 budget, and

Whereas, expenditures included in the 2018 budget shall be made only per the County Purchasing Policy.

Now, Therefore, be it Resolved by the Wabasha County Board of Commissioners that the 2018 Wabasha County Final Budget is adopted as presented.

Be it further resolved that no change to the total 2018 budget by Department shall occur unless approved by action of the Board of Commissioners.

Adopted Unanimously

SPRINGER-WOBBE

Resolution No: 2017-260

Resolution Authorizing the Purchase of Three (3) Vehicles

And authorization for Auditor’s Warrant

Whereas, the Wabasha County Sheriff’s Office is requesting to purchase a total of three (3) vehicles per attached quotes from Tom Heffernan Ford of Lake City, MN and Chrysler Winona, Winona, MN, and;

Whereas, vehicle purchases are as follows:

•    (1) 2018 Ford Explorer will be purchased from Tom Heffernan of Lake City, MN.

•    (2) 2018 Dodge Truck Durango 4WD 4dr Wgn SXT will be purchased from Chrysler Winona.

Whereas, the money for these purchases will be paid from Capital Funds not to exceed the budgeted amount of $79,181 and the remaining amount will be paid from the Sheriff’s Office budget; and,  

Whereas, the money for equipment and installation will be paid from Impound Lot Funds not to exceed the budgeted amount of $10,500.  

Now Therefore be it Resolved by the Wabasha County Board of Commissioners that: the Auditor is authorized to issue an Auditor’s Warrant to the respective vendors for the purchase of the three (3) above-named vehicles. 

Be it Further Resolved by the Wabasha County Board of Commissioners that the total cost for the vehicles will not exceed $80,000.

Be it Further Resolved by the Wabasha County Board of Commissioners that funding in the amount of $79,181 for the purchase for these vehicles will be paid from Capital Funds and the remaining balance will be paid from the Sheriff’s Office budget.

Be it Further Resolved by the Wabasha County Board of Commissioners that funding for the equipment and installation will be paid from Impound Lot Funds not to exceed $10,500.

Adopted Unanimously

SPRINGER-HALL

Resolution No: 2017-261

Resolution Authorizing the Purchase of One (1) 2018 Dodge Charger GT,

Disposal of a 2013 Dodge Durango as a trade-in allowance,

And authorization for an Auditor’s Warrant

Whereas, the Wabasha County Sheriff’s Office is requesting to purchase a 2018 Dodge Charger GT for the Fraud Prevention Investigator, and;

Whereas, the vehicle will be purchased from Chrysler Winona, Winona, MN at a cost not to exceed $15,954, which includes a $9,000 trade in allowance, and;

Whereas, the money for this purchase, which will include the vehicle, installation, and equipment, will be paid from Social Services Capital Funds not to exceed the budgeted amount of $19,500.  

Whereas, the current FPI vehicle #11729/VIN #3061, a 2013 Dodge Durango, is considered excess equipment and requested to be disposed as a trade-in allowance.

Now Therefore be it Resolved by the Wabasha County Board of Commissioners that: the Auditor is authorized to issue an Auditor’s Warrant for the purchase of one (1) 2018 Dodge Charger GT from Chrysler Winona of Winona, MN. 

Be it Further Resolved by the Wabasha County Board of Commissioners that the total cost for the vehicles, installation, and equipment will not exceed the budgeted amount of $19,500.

Be it Further Resolved by the Wabasha County Board of Commissioners that funding of the purchase for this vehicle, including installation and equipment, will be paid from Social Services Capital Funds.

Be it Further Resolved by the Wabasha County Board of Commissioners hereby declares FPI Vehicle #11729/VIN #3061, a 2013 Dodge Durango as Excess Equipment and authorizes the Sheriff to dispose as a trade-in allowance.

Adopted Unanimously

HALL-SPRINGER

Motion to adjourn

Adopted Unanimously

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