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Minutes April 7, 2015

Wabasha County Board of Commissioners

Meeting of April 7, 2015

 

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, April 7, 2015 at 9:00 a.m.

 

The meeting was called to order by Board Chairman Wobbe.

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

 

KEY - SPRINGER

Motion to approve the agenda.

Adopted Unanimously

SPRINGER - HALL

Motion to approve the consent agenda including the following:

Claims

Minutes: March 24, 2015

Meal Vouchers

Per Diems

Resolution No. 2015-073

Whereas, Wabasha County has a vacancy in its Maintenance Department for a Custodian; and

Whereas, the County Administrator has identified the need to keep the position filled in order to provide uninterrupted services for the county's buildings and help in potential snow removal from county premises; and

Whereas; on January 20, 2015 the Board authorized the backfilling of the referenced position and after interviewing multiple candidates it is recommended that Larry Theismann be hired for the position; and

Now Therefore Be It Resolved by the Wabasha County Board of Commissioners authorizes the hire of Larry Theismann at Starting Position of Pay Grade 2 ($13.10hr) with the start date to be arranged by Human Resources.

Amended Resolution No: 2015-063

Whereas, the Wabasha County Sheriff's Office is requesting to purchase one (1) 2015 Dodge Durango at a cost of $26,815.83 per attached quote from Nelson Auto Center of Fergus Falls, MN, and;

Whereas, the money for the purchase of this vehicle and accessories will be paid from Capital Funds not to exceed the budgeted amount of $37,000.00.

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) 2015 Dodge Durango from Nelson Auto Center of Fergus Falls, MN.

Be it Further Resolved by the Wabasha County Board of Commissioners that the total cost for the vehicle and accessories will not exceed the budgeted amount of $37,000.00.

Be it Further Resolved by the Wabasha County Board of Commissioners that funding of the purchase for this vehicle and accessories will come from Capital Funds.

Adopted Unanimously

SPRINGER - HALL

Resolution No.: 2015-074

Whereas, Mitch Gray requested a Conditional Use Permit to allow for the transfer of residential development rights from parcel R12.00043.00 located in Section 4, Township 109 North, Range 12 West to parcel R12.00098.00 located in Section 9, Township 109 North, Range 12 West, Town of Oakwood; and

Whereas, The Wabasha County Planning Commission conducted a public hearing on March 23, 2015 to provide an opportunity for the public to present any testimony related to the request; and

Whereas, The Wabasha County Planning Commission discussed the matter after the public hearing and by a vote of 5-0 recommends to the Wabasha County Board of Commissioners that the request be approved with two conditions.

Now Therefore Be It Resolved, the Wabasha County Board of Commissioners approves the Conditional Use Permit for Mitch Gray with the following conditions:

1. The old house on parcel R12.00098.00 shall be completely removed by December 1, 2015.

2. Parcel R12.00043.00 shall have a deed restriction recorded to prohibit any dwellings.

Adopted Unanimously

SPRINGER - GOIHL

Resolution No.: 2015-075

Now Therefore be it Resolved by the Wabasha County Board of Commissioners that the Wabasha County Highway Department be authorized to order Regular Road Salt through the State of Minnesota as a Cooperative Purchasing Venture Member for the 2015/2016 winter season, and for future winter seasons at the quantities determined necessary.

Adopted Unanimously

KEY - GOIHL

Resolution No.: 2015-076

Whereas, a public hearing and publication for such hearing regarding a Social Host ordinance is needed in order to proceed with the implementation of the ordinance procedure.

Whereas, a hearing date of May 5, 2015 at 9:15 a.m. is requested; and,

Whereas, publications will include the Wabasha Herald, Plainview News, Lake City Graphic and the County website at www.co.wabasha.mn.us.

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

Authorization is hereby given to hold a public hearing and publish such hearing regarding a Social Host ordinance. The Public Hearing is hereby scheduled for May 5, 2015 at 9:15 a.m. Publication will include the three local newspapers (Wabasha Herald, Plainview News, Lake City Graphic) and the County website (www.co.wabasha.mn.us)

Adopted Unanimously

 

By consensus, the Board approved a Honeywell Memorandum of Understanding to Evaluate County Buildings.

 

SPRINGER - KEY

Resolution No.: 2015-077

Whereas, the Olmsted County Board and the Wabasha County Board initiated the establishment of a Lake Improvement District on Lake Zumbro which is located in both Olmsted County and Wabasha County via a Resolution of Intent to Establish the Lake Zumbro Improvement District on August 13, and August 20, 2013 pursuant to Minn. Stat. Section 103B.515 and Minn. Stat Section 103B.525; and

Whereas, the Olmsted and Wabasha County Attorney's Offices submitted a certified copy of the Resolution of Intent to Establish the Lake Zumbro Improvement District to the Commissioner of the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources and to the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency as required by Minnesota Rule 6115.0970, Subp. 2A; and

Whereas, the Olmsted County portion of Lake Zumbro lies within Oronoco Township and Olmsted County sent the Town Board of Oronoco Township a copy of the Resolution of Intent more than 30 days in advance of the public hearing on this matter seeking their review and comment as required by Minnesota Statutes Section 103B.515, Subd. 2; and

Whereas, the Wabasha County portion of Lake Zumbro lies within Zumbro Township and Wabasha County sent the Town Board of Mazeppa Township a copy of the Resolution of Intent more than 30 days in advance of the public hearing on this matter seeking their review and comment as required by Minnesota Statutes Section 103B.515, Subd. 2; and

Whereas, Olmsted County and Wabasha County have, at least 21 days prior, provided notice of a public hearing on the proposal to establish a Lake Improvement District to the DNR and the MPCA, all owners and residents within the proposed District, local and regional units of government, special purpose districts, development commissions, and corporations and utilities owning property within the proposed District and published notice of the public hearing in two successive issues of the Rochester Post-Bulletin for Olmsted County and the Plainview News for Wabasha County which is widely circulated in the proposed District and posted notice of the public hearing in public buildings and leading commercial establishments in or near the proposed District as required by Minnesota Rule 6115.0970, Subp. 3; and

Whereas, the Olmsted County Board made the Resolution of Intent available for public viewing by concerned citizens at the Property Records and Licensing window of the Olmsted County Government Center and also available online at http://www.co.olmsted.mn.us/sheriff/divisions/lec/Pages/lakezumbro.aspx and the Wabasha County Board made the petition available for public viewing by concerned citizens at the Wabasha County Courthouse as required by Minnesota Rule 6115.0970, Subp. 4; and

Whereas, the Olmsted County Board and the Wabasha County Board convened the public hearing on the Resolution of Intent on November 19, 2013 at 7:00 p.m. at the Ponderosa Bar and Grill, 40240 County Road 90, Mazeppa, Minnesota as required by Minnesota Statutes Section 103B.515, Subd. 3 and the report from the Commissioner of the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources was read into the record as required by Minnesota Rule 6115.0970, Subp. 7, and comments from persons for and against the creation of the District were received and considered and the Olmsted County Board voted 7-0 and the Wabasha County Board voted 3-2 in favor of a motion to create the Lake Zumbro Improvement District,

Whereas, on December 3, the Wabasha County Board convened and on December 5, 2013, the Olmsted County Board convened to approve the proposed Findings of Fact, Conclusions of Law and Order authorizing the establishment of the Lake Zumbro Improvement District which was more than 10 days, but within 30 days following the public hearing on the petition, as required by Minnesota Rule 6115.0970, Subp. 9 ; and

Whereas, the two County Boards are also aware that since the first attempt to create a Lake Zumbro Improvement District back in 2009-2010, on September 23-24, 2010, heavy rains and flooding occurred on Lake Zumbro and in surrounding areas which caused the dam upstream on the Middle Fork of the Zumbro River to breach, draining Lake Shady and sending large amounts of silt downstream where it was deposited into Lake Zumbro. This event reinforced the need for added depth to the lake to add water storage capacity in peak flow periods to curtail flooding risks including damage to or possible failure of the Lake Zumbro Dam; and

Whereas, now that the Lake Improvement District has been created effective February 1, 2014 and the initial Lake Improvement District Board has been appointed and is in operation, and the Board has been working to arrange for the project to dredge the lake and to determine the assessments on property owners within the District which should be imposed in order to fund the local matching share required by the State of Minnesota to use grant funds for the dredging project, it has become apparent that the original order which created the Lake Improvement District in December 2013 needs some revision in order to clarify the powers of the District related to the management of its affairs;

Now, Therefore Be It Resolved that the Olmsted County Board and Wabasha County Board issue the following findings of fact in support of their order creating the Lake Zumbro Improvement District:

1. Lake Zumbro has become filled with a large amount of silt since its creation in 1919.

2. This infiltration of silt has impaired the water quality of the lake, adversely affected the plant and animal species that live in and around the lake, made the depth of the lake much shallower in many places which has adversely affected its utility for many recreational uses, and has impaired the efficiency of use of the water flowing through the dam for hydroelectric power generation by Rochester Public Utilities.

3. It is necessary to dredge the lake in order to restore the lake close to the condition it was in at the time of its creation. Dredging the lake will improve the water quality in the lake and will not cause or contribute to long range environmental pollution once the spoil has been removed and the new lake bed has been reestablished in the dredged areas, will promote the health of plant and animal species that live in and around the lake, will open up areas of the lake to recreational use that have become unusable due to sediment buildup over the years which will benefit the properties adjoining the lake to be included in the District, and will increase the depth of the lake near the dam which will improve the efficiency of hydroelectric power generation,

4. The State of Minnesota is requiring that property owners who live on the Lake provide a share of the funding which will be needed to dredge the lake. Creation of this Lake Improvement District is needed to provide a mechanism to collect funds through assessments on the adjoining property owners which can be contributed toward the cost of the dredging project.

The Olmsted County Board and the Wabasha County Board issue the following conclusions of law in support of their order creating the Lake Zumbro Improvement District:

1. Olmsted County and Wabasha County find it is necessary to create this District to promote public health and public welfare as set forth in Minnesota Statutes Section 103B.515, Subd. 4(a)(1) as the dredging of the Lake will benefit the owners of the properties in the District, the users of the lake, the plants and animals within the Lake and the customers of Rochester Public Utilities who receive hydroelectric power from the Lake. The property to be included in the District will be benefitted by establishing the District as required by Minn. Stat. Section 103B.515, Subd. 4(a)(2). The formation of the District will not cause or contribute to long-range environmental pollution as required by Minn. Stat. Section 103B.515, Subd. 4(a)(3).

2. Olmsted County and Wabasha County find that the District should be established in both counties because the lake spans both counties and a joint powers authority with Wabasha County is necessary in order to facilitate management of the District once it is created pursuant to Minnesota Statutes Section 103B.515. This joint powers authority will be exercised through the Olmsted-Wabasha Lake Zumbro Joint Powers Board which was originally created in 2008 in order to coordinate payment arrangements and contracting for the dredging of the lake.

The Olmsted County Board and Wabasha County Board issue the following order pursuant to Minnesota Statutes Section 103b.535:

1. The name of the District shall be "The Lake Zumbro Improvement District".

2. The boundaries of the District shall be as set forth on the map of the District which is attached hereto as Exhibit A and the district boundary follows natural hydrologic boundaries to the extent practical. This includes amendments which were made to the map since it was first proposed to the County Boards back in August 2013 to reflect additional information about a limited number of affected parcels.

3. The water and land resources management programs and services to be undertaken by the District include dredging of the lake bottom, disposal of the dredged materials and any programs which may be ancillary to these primary purposes.

4. The general powers of the District shall include those authorized in Minnesota Statutes Section 103B.551, Subd. 3 The financing powers of the District shall include those authorized in Minnesota Statutes Section 103B.555 which may be pursued only after seeking other sources of funding. The District shall be eligible to receive funding from any federal, state or local government sources to accomplish these programs.

No contract by the District shall obligate Olmsted or Wabasha County to pay any vendor in the event District funding is determined to be insufficient to cover project costs, unless approved by the Olmsted and Wabasha County Boards.

The Olmsted and Wabasha County Boards hereby delegate to the Olmsted-Wabasha Joint Powers Board, serving as the "joint county authority", authorization to undertake projects of improvement consistent with the purposes of the District, including all forms of financing set forth in Minn. Stat. Section 103B.555. This shall specifically include, but is not limited to, assessing the costs of the projects upon benefitted property within the District in the manner provided under Chapter 429 of the Minnesota Statutes. The two counties shall use the same method of assessment for the local share of the costs for the lake dredging project. However, use of the "same method of assessment" does not require that the assessment amount for each parcel be identical; only that the same methodology is used to determine an assessment amount for each parcel which is fair and which does not exceed the benefit conferred on that property. The District, only with the subsequent approval of the Joint Powers Board serving as the "joint county authority", expressed in a resolution identifying each specific improvement to which the approval applies, may exercise the powers of a city under chapter 429 and section 444.075, including, but not limited to:

(1) the levy of special assessments;

(2) the imposition of rates and charges; and

(3) the issuance of bonds

To finance improvements that the District may undertake as permitted by Minn. Stat. Section 103B.555, Subd. 4.

In the event the Joint Powers Board and/or the Lake Zumbro Improvement District levy assessments for the lake dredging project, and the firms providing professional services for the project including, but not limited to, engineering and contracting work, are not paid in full or in part by the Board or by the District, Olmsted and/or Wabasha County reserve the right, at their option, to pay the firm(s) for the unpaid services rendered and the assessments which were to have been paid to the Board or the District by property owners in the District toward these fees shall be paid instead to the county or counties which have advanced these costs on behalf of the Board or the District.

The District is to: a) provide its own business and finance functions, b) retain a public entity within the region around the District or a public accounting firm to provide for its bookkeeping needs, c) open when needed a checking account at a financial institution capable of legally handling public funds with said checking account requiring checks with co-signatures of the chair and treasurer of the District, d) arrange for an audit of its operation on an annual basis by the Office of the State Auditor or if allowed by the State Auditor a certified public accounting firm, other than the public entity or firm providing the bookkeeping, qualified to audit municipal records, e) arrange with the Minnesota Counties Insurance Trust for necessary insurance policies, f) retain the legal counsel of a public entity within the region around the District or a private law firm to represent the District as needed, g) transact all business of the District with adherence to the Public Purpose Doctrine of Minnesota Law,. All work of the District is to be done by the originally appointed officials or the subsequently elected officials of the District or independent contractors arranged for by the District, i) stipends may be paid to the officials of the District for their labor for the District, but the stipends must be pre-approved in amount by the Olmsted and Wabasha County Boards, j) additional restrictions on the powers of the District may be placed by the joint action of the Olmsted and Wabasha County Boards as necessary to maintain the public trust in the District.

5. The initial number, qualifications, terms of office and method of election, removal and filling of vacancies of the board of directors including a method for property owners not present at the annual meeting to participate in the election of the district board were first recommended at a special meeting of the Olmsted-Wabasha Lake Zumbro Joint Powers Board acting as the joint county authority under Minnesota Statutes Section 103B.525 which was held April 15, 2010. An amended version of these rules was subsequently recommended at a special meeting of the Joint Powers Board on July 10, 2013. A copy of these rules is attached hereto as Exhibit B. These rules are hereby adopted to govern these operations of the LID Board effective February 1, 2014.

6. The Olmsted County Clerk/Administrator is hereby authorized to execute such agreements as are necessary to implement the work of the District. The staff of Olmsted County is authorized to furnish any assistance requested by the District in the execution of its duties, including any joint assistance with staff from Wabasha County. However, the County shall be reimbursed for any staff support to be provided to the District upon terms to be determined by the County delivering the support services. The provision of any staff support for the District shall also be subject to the County's determination that it has sufficient staff resources available to support the District. If either county determines it does not have sufficient staff resources available to support the District, the District may not retain the services of the staffs of either county and neither county shall have any legal obligation to provide support services.

7. This revised order shall be published once in the Rochester Post-Bulletin and in the Wabasha Herald, and a copy of the order shall be filed with the Minnesota Secretary of State, the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency and the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources as required by Minnesota Statutes Section 103B.541. .

Adopted Unanimously

KEY - HALL

Resolution No.: 2015-078

This Agreement is entered into this 7th day of April, 2015, by and between Olmsted County, Minnesota and Wabasha County, Minnesota, each political subdivisions of the State of Minnesota.

Whereas, the parties hereto each border upon a body of water commonly known as "Lake Zumbro". Lake Zumbro is not located wholly within the boundaries of either Olmsted or Wabasha Counties. However, Lake Zumbro is located wholly within the combined, contiguous boundaries of the said Counties together; and

Whereas, the parties feel that Lake Zumbro is a major asset to each of the counties. The parties also believe that Lake Zumbro should be protected through the establishment of ordinances and collective actions designed to foster the lake's survival into the future; and

Whereas, with the population growth in the two counties, the parties foresee increasing demands upon the usage of Lake Zumbro by residents and visitors. Unless activities upon the lake are regulated, the counties believe that the lake may be irrevocably damaged through overuse, pollution, and poor planning; and

Whereas, sediment deposited into Lake Zumbro from the Zumbro River and its tributaries damages the lake and limits its use for recreation and power production; and

Whereas, each of the parties has authority under Minn. Stat. §86B.205 to adopt water surface use ordinances; and under Minn. Stat. §103G.245 to dredge the lake with authorization from the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources and each of the parties has authority to work with parks and open space with the assistance of the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources;

Whereas, Minn. Stat. §471.59 authorizes two or more governmental units by agreement of their governing bodies jointly and cooperatively to exercise any power common to the contracting parties; and

Whereas, the parties hereto previously entered into a Joint Powers Agreement which was later terminated and now desire to enter into a Joint Powers Agreement once again so as to foster the regulation and preservation of Lake Zumbro as is allowed by law.

Now, Therefore, it is hereby agreed by and between the parties as follows:

ARTICLE I

The parties hereto will work together to develop, adopt, and enforce ordinances regulating the use of Lake Zumbro. Said ordinances shall contain provisions which are uniform so as to allow for the most efficient regulation of the lake.

ARTICLE II

The parties hereto will work together in restoring Lake Zumbro through programs to fund and oversee the removal of deposited sediments through dredging. Said work will include, but is not limited to, the administration of grant and loan contracts with local, state, and federal agencies, the purchase of engineering and construction services, and the purchase of land or easements for construction access and dredge materials management.

ARTICLE III

Pursuant to Minn. Stat. §86B.205, Subd. 4, the parties shall submit any proposed surface use ordinance to the Commissioner of Natural Resources for review. Said review shall be completed and approved by the Commissioner before any ordinances shall take effect.

ARTICLE IV

The parties hereby reestablish a Olmsted–Wabasha Lake Zumbro Joint Powers Board to have authority in the following areas:

a. To develop and recommend for adoption by the respective counties ordinances regulating the use of Lake Zumbro; and,

b. To administer local, state, and federal grants and loans to fund lake dredging; and

c. To purchase engineering and construction services for lake dredging; and

d. To purchase land and easements for construction access and dredge materials management; and

e. To recommend for adoption the form of permits and required fees to be paid for organized activities to be held on Lake Zumbro; and,

f. To receive applications for permits to conduct organized activities on Lake Zumbro and to hold public hearings thereon; and,

g. To grant permits and conduct organized activities on Lake Zumbro and set conditions and establish regulations governing the conduct of said activities; and,

h. To receive from applicants all fees required hereunder.

i. To serve as the "joint county authority", with authorization to undertake projects of improvement consistent with the purposes of the Lake Zumbro Improvement District, including all forms of financing set forth in Minn. Stat. Section 103B.555. This shall specifically include, but is not limited to, assessing the costs of the projects upon benefited property within the District in the manner provided under Chapter 429 of the Minnesota Statutes. The two counties shall use the same method of assessment for the local share of the costs for the lake dredging project. However, use of the "same method of assessment" does not require that the assessment amount for each parcel be identical; only that the same methodology is used to determine an assessment amount for each parcel which is fair and which does not exceed the benefit conferred on that property. The Lake Improvement District, only with the subsequent approval of the Joint Powers Board serving as the "joint county authority", expressed in a resolution identifying each specific improvement to which the approval applies, may exercise the powers of a city under chapter 429 and section 444.075, including, but not limited to:

(1) the levy of special assessments;

(2) the imposition of rates and charges; and

(3) the issuance of bonds

j. To finance improvements that the District may undertake as permitted by Minn. Stat. Section 103B.555, Subd. 4.

k. In the event the Joint Powers Board and/or the Lake Zumbro Improvement District levy assessments for the lake dredging project, and the firms providing professional services for the project including, but not limited to, engineering and contracting work, are not paid in full or in part by the Board or by the District, Olmsted and/or Wabasha County reserve the right, at their option, to pay the firm(s) for the unpaid services rendered and the assessments which were to have been paid to the Board or the District by property owners in the District toward these fees shall be paid instead to the county or counties which have advanced these costs on behalf of the Board or the District.

ARTICLE V

The Board shall consist of four members, two shall be appointed by each county. A member of the Board shall be a resident of the county making the appointment.

The term of each Board member shall be 2 years from the date of appointment. A Board member shall serve on the Board until a successor is appointed and qualified, or until earlier death, resignation, disability or removal, with cause, by a majority vote of the county making the appointment.

ARTICLE VI

The Board shall meet regularly at such times and places as the Board shall designate by resolution. Special meetings may be held at any time upon the written demand of any two Board members. Notice of a special meeting shall be sent to each other member at least seven (7) days prior to the meeting (or upon such other notice as the Board, by resolution, provides). Notice of special meetings shall indicate the time, date, place and purpose of the meeting as well as the names of the Board members requesting the meeting.

At its first meeting the Board shall elect a Chair, Vice-chair, and Secretary-Treasurer. Officers shall serve until January 1, of the next calendar year, or until their respective successors are selected and qualified. The Secretary shall take and maintain minutes of all meetings and provide copies of same to the respective counties within ten (10) days after each meeting held by the Board.

The Board shall exercise all powers and authority through the affirmative vote of a majority of its members, if a quorum is present. The Board shall serve without compensation, except that each Board member may be reimbursed for actual out-of-pocket expenses incurred in connection with the performance of official duties.

ARTICLE VII

The Olmsted-Wabasha Lake Zumbro Joint Powers Board shall be considered a separate and distinct public entity to which the Member Counties have transferred all responsibility and control for actions taken pursuant to this Agreement. This Board is a "municipal organization" for purposes of Minnesota Statutes Section 466.01, Subdivision 1, separate and distinct from its Member Counties. To the full extent permitted by law, actions by the Member Counties pursuant to this Agreement are intended to be and shall be construed as a "cooperative activity" and it is the intent of the Member Counties that they shall be deemed a "single governmental unit" for purposes of liability, as set forth in Minnesota Statutes Section 471.59, Subdivision 1a(b).

The Olmsted-Wabasha Lake Zumbro Joint Powers Board shall comply with all laws and rules that govern a public entity in the State of Minnesota and shall be entitled to the protections of Minnesota Statutes Chapter 466. Nothing in this Agreement shall be construed to waive the protections given by Chapter 466 of Minnesota Statutes. The statutory limits of liability provided for by that statute are not waived, and may not be added together, aggregated, or "stacked" for purposes of increasing the overall limits of liability of the Olmsted-Wabasha Lake Zumbro Joint Powers Board.

The Olmsted-Wabasha Lake Zumbro Joint Powers Board shall fully defend, indemnify, and hold harmless the Member Counties against all claims, losses, liability, suits, judgments, costs and expenses by reason of the action or inaction of the Board and/or employees and/or agents of the Board. This Agreement to indemnify and hold harmless does not constitute a waiver by any participant of limitations on liability provided under Minnesota Statutes Section 466.04.

The undertaking and obligations of the contracting Counties set forth in this Agreement, and in any other agreements between them, or between them and the Olmsted-Wabasha Lake Zumbro Joint Powers Board are for the exclusive benefit of the Board and of its Member Counties. No third party is intended to be benefitted by such agreements, nor can any person or entity which is not a party to this Joint Powers Agreement seek to obtain a benefit under any such agreement, undertaking or obligation.

ARTICLE VIII

The counties may, upon one hundred eighty (180) days written notice, terminate their participation in the Agreement.

ARTICLE IX

This Agreement shall have an effective date as of the ratification of this Agreement by both parties. This Agreement shall be of force and effect until replaced, superseded, repealed, or voided by the parties hereto.

Adopted Unanimously

 

Commissioners reported on meetings they attended.

 

HALL - KEY

Motion to adjourn.

Adopted Unanimously

Agenda for this meeting

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