LEGALS

5-5-2016


CITY OF COOK
PART 1 - COOK CARE CENTER SITE WORK
PART 2 ­ CITY OF COOK INFRASTRUCTURE
ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
Sealed Bids for the construction of the Cook Care Center Site Work and City of Cook Infrastructure will be received for multiple prime contracts, by the City of Cook, at the office of the City Clerk, until 11:00 a.m. local time on May 19, 2016, at which time the Bids received will be publicly opened and read. The Projects consists of constructing 4,900 cubic yards common excavation, 3,000 cubic yards granular backfill, 1,250 cubic yards Class 5, 1,385 tons bituminous paving, 4,800 square yards mill bituminous, 1,820 linear feet curb and gutter, 6,400 square feet sidewalk, 680 linear feet RCP storm sewer, 260 linear feet sanitary sewer, 100 linear feet 6" DIP water main, site restoration and all related appurtenances.
Prospective Bidders may examine the Bidding Documents at the Issuing Office and may obtain copies of the Bidding Documents from the Issuing Office (Office of the Engineer): JPJ Engineering, Inc., P.O. Box 656, 425 Grant Street, Hibbing, MN 55746, Phone: 218- 262-5528, www.jpjeng.com. Bidding Documents also may be examined at the office of the Owner, the Hibbing Builders Exchange and the Duluth Builders Exchange.
Printed copies of the Bidding Documents may be obtained from the Issuing Office upon payment of $50.00 for each set. No refund will be provided. Checks for Bidding Documents shall be payable to JPJ Engineering, Inc. Upon request and receipt of payment indicated above, the Issuing Office will transmit the Bidding Documents via U.S. mail. Partial sets of Bidding Documents will not be available from the Issuing Office. Neither Owner nor Engineer will be responsible for full or partial sets of Bidding Documents, including Addenda if any, obtained from sources other than the Issuing Office.
Alternatively, Bidding Documents may be ordered on line by registering with the Issuing Office at www.jpjeng.com under the "Construction Bidding Information" link for $30.00 (non-refundable). These documents may be downloaded by selecting this project and entering the eBidDocTM Number 4461501 on the "Search Projects" page. For assistance and free membership registration, contact QuestCDN at (952) 233-1632 or info@questcdn.com. Following registration, complete sets of Bidding Documents may be downloaded from the Issuing Office's website as portable document format (PDF) files.
Bidders responding to this solicitation document shall submit to the Owner a signed statement under oath by an owner or officer verifying compliance with each of the minimum criteria in Minnesota Statutes, Section 16C.285, subdivision 3.
Bid security shall be furnished in accordance with the Instructions to Bidders, in an amount not less than 5% (five percent) of the Total Bid. The successful bidder will be required to provide a Performance Bond, Payment Bond and a Certificate of Insurance.
The Owner reserves the right to reject any or all bids, to waive irregularities and informalities and to award the contract in the best interest of the OWNER.
April 25, 2016 Theresa Martinson, Administrator
April 28 & May 5 - 1


Notice
Notice is hereby given that Cook Care Center will receive sealed bids (attention: Teresa Debevec) at the Cook Care Center, 10 Fifth Street SE, Cook, MN 55723 until 1:00 p.m. on Thursday, May 19, 2016, for the "Cook Care Center" at which time all bids will be publicly opened and read aloud in the main conference room. This project includes construction of a new 28 bed care center. Multiple separate bid packages are included in this bid. Invitation to bid (which includes complete listing of bid packages), bid form and attachments, electronic drawings, and specifications may be obtained by contacting Lisa Bohmert at McGough Construction at lisa.bohmert@mcgough.com or 651.634.4630. A Pre-bid conference will be held at 10:30 a.m. on Wednesday, May 4, 2016 at the Cook Care Center in the main conference room. Bidders should submit bids on the required bid form with attachments, in a sealed envelope labeled, "Cook Care Center." Cook Care Center maintains the right to reject any or all bids.
April 28, May 5 & 12 - 1


Proceedings of
St. Louis County Schools ISD 2142
MEMBERS PRESENT: Bob Larson, Chet Larson, Dan Manick, Gary Rantala, Lynette Zupetz, Nancy Glowaski.
MEMBERS ABSENT: Troy Swanson
ALSO PRESENT: Steve Sallee, Jeanne Sopp
The Regular Meeting of the School Board of ISD 2142, St. Louis County Schools, was held at South Ridge School on Monday, April 11, 2016, beginning at 5:00 p.m. with the Pledge of Allegiance.
Approved Agenda.
Superintendent's Report presented by Steve Sallee. 1) Policy Committee Meeting tomorrow. On schedule to have all policies reviewed and updated by June. Will be placed on district website. 2) Bump Night last Wednesday, extremely short meeting. 3) RFP on NE Range heating system project resulted in minimal interest. Will send out letters to specific companies requesting feedback and a look at options, and hold a Study Session. Would want to go out for bids before year end. 4) Have started planning for annual SB Retreat in June or August, utilizing format similar to last year. Invite topics. Planning on DO staff presentations and Indian Ed training. 5) B. Larson requested additional discussion at a Study Session regarding the district's relationship with MIB, specifically the fact that our SB is not interested in a shared Superintendent. 6) Senior Interviews will be held in May.
South Ridge School Report presented by Principal Andrew Bernard. 1) Enrollment 597. 2) Panther Pride Night May 17, Kindergarten Transition Night Apr 21, scholarship season. 3) MCAs this month for grades 3-8 and 10-11. Teachers working hard to promote testing in a positive way, give students ownership. Third STAR assessments in last week. 4) MSHSL State Band Competition resulted in several Superior ratings and one soloist Excellent. 5) Robofest Regional Competition resulted in three 1st Place awards. 6) Spring sports starting. 7) Frank Theatre performance Apr 13. Grants and matching funds secured by Carolyn Olson paid for teaching artists to come in and work with SR students. 8) Seven students participating in MSHSL State Art Contest.
Robotics presentation by Instructor T.J. Ray, and students Kaylee Newlander, Tristan Johnson, and Logan Berlin. Competing in Robofest (versus First Robotics). Robots are smaller, re-usable, and far less expensive. Kids work in teams of 2-3 students, giving every kid hands-on building and/or programming experience. Will be competing in National Competition.
Comments from Visitors. 1) Kris Graves presented a list from 6th graders of what is needed to make the Cotton School Forest (cabin and trails) a classroom. 2) Kaylee Johnson thanked the SB for supporting the robotics program. 3) Kaylee Johnson, Tammy Carlson, and Stephanie Bergum spoke in support of the district contracting for the services of an athletic trainer.
Approved Consent Agenda items. 1) Minutes of March 30, 2016 Regular SB Meeting. 2) Bill List Mar 22 ­ Apr 4, 2016.
Approved St. Luke's Hospital of Duluth Athletic Training Service Agreement for South Ridge School at an annual cost of $5000 to be paid as follows: SR Athletic Boosters $2500 and ISD 2142 $2500. Discussion points regarding contracting for an athletic trainer: it's parent-driven, the need exists, the trainer will attend home games and meet with kids on Wednesdays where they will work out of the fitness center, the district would like to see an athletic trainer at all of our high schools, the cost to the district is reasonable and affordable.
Approved Contract for Technology Director Services from Ed Midwest LLC (Jeff Oian, Owner) for St. Louis County Schools as presented. The contract is for the term July 1, 2016 through June 30, 2017 at a cost of $46,000.00.
Hired/recalled support staff as follows:
Paraprofessional at North Woods School, effective March 30, 2016 for the 2015-2016 school year: Cassandra Ableman - 6.5 hrs/day M,T,Th,F and 5.5 hrs/day W
Paraprofessional at Cherry School*, effective April 7, 2016 for the 2015-2016 school year: Natalie Graves - Re-call 26.0 hrs/week April 7, 2016, Hire 5.5 hrs/week April 7, 2016
*to fill an open temporary position at South Ridge School for the period April 7-June 2, 2016
Approved the termination of David Cowlishaw as a probationary bus driver effective March 22, 2016.
Accepted resignations of support staff as follows:
Cassandra Ableman, Teachers' Aide at North Woods School, effective March 29, 2016, subject to her hire as a full-time Paraprofessional effective March 30, 2016
Ryan Roarty, Paraprofessional at NE Range School, effective April 18, 2016
Sandra Lundgren, Part-time Cook Aide at North Woods School, effective April 5, 2016
Adopted Resolution Proposing to Place Teachers on ULA:
Sheri Carlson ECFE 0.4 FTE
Todd Olson Business 1.0 FTE
Kathleen Meier Spec Ed 0.467 FTE
Meeting adjourned at 6:20 p.m. May 5 - 1


SUMMARY PROCEEDINGS OF THE
ST. LOUIS COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS
April 5, 2016
Present: Commissioners Frank Jewell, Patrick Boyle, Chris Dahlberg, Tom Rukavina, Pete Stauber, Keith Nelson and Chair Steve Raukar - 7. Absent: None ­ 0.
Resolution No. 16-187 Minutes for March 22, 2016. Moved by Commissioner Nelson, supported by Commissioner Stauber. Passed 7-0.
Resolution No. 16-188 Application for repurchase of state tax forfeited land (homestead) by Walter and Brenda Kangas, Hibbing, MN. Moved by Commissioner Nelson, supported by Commissioner Stauber. Passed 7-0.
Resolution No. 16-189 Application for repurchase of state tax forfeited land (homestead) by Lull, Duluth, MN. Moved by Commissioner Nelson, supported by Commissioner Stauber. Passed 7-0.
Resolution No. 16-190 Application for repurchase of state tax forfeited land (homestead) by Cary Kujala, Chisholm, MN. Moved by Commissioner Nelson, supported by Commissioner Stauber. Passed 7-0.
Resolution No. 16-191 Application for repurchase of state tax forfeited land (homestead) by Tracey and Christopher Carl, Hermantown, MN. Moved by Commissioner Nelson, supported by Commissioner Stauber. Passed 7-0.
Resolution No. 16-192 Application for repurchase of state tax forfeited land (homestead) by Ronald and Marina Cuff, Virginia, MN. Moved by Commissioner Nelson, supported by Commissioner Stauber. Passed 7-0.
Resolution No. 16-193 Application for repurchase of state tax forfeited land (non-homestead) by Kevin and Shirley Burritt, Mt. Iron, MN. Moved by Commissioner Nelson, supported by Commissioner Stauber. Passed 7-0.
Resolution No. 16-194 Application for repurchase of state tax forfeited land (non-homestead) by Jeramy and Amanda Babb, Aurora, MN. Moved by Commissioner Nelson, supported by Commissioner Stauber. Passed 7-0.
Resolution No. 16-195 Application for repurchase of state tax forfeited land (non-homestead) by Melissa Jean Zapp (LaRue), Coos Bay, OR. Moved by Commissioner Nelson, supported by Commissioner Stauber. Passed 7-0.
Resolution No. 16-196 Application for repurchase of state tax forfeited land (non-homestead) by Kenneth and Jennifer Maki, Brookston, MN. Moved by Commissioner Nelson, supported by Commissioner Stauber. Passed 7-0.
Resolution No. 16-197 Application for repurchase of state tax forfeited land (non-homestead) by Kori Sherwood, Virginia, MN. Moved by Commissioner Nelson, supported by Commissioner Stauber. Passed 7-0.
Resolution No. 16-198 Application for repurchase of state tax forfeited land (non-homestead) by John Sorenson and Cynthia Klinksiek, Duluth, MN. Moved by Commissioner Nelson, supported by Commissioner Stauber. Passed 7-0.
Resolution No. 16-199 Application for repurchase of state tax forfeited land (non-homestead) by Elizabeth Maki, Brookston, MN. Moved by Commissioner Nelson, supported by Commissioner Stauber. Passed 7-0.
Resolution No. 16-200 Application for repurchase of state tax forfeited land (non-homestead) by Ronald and Marina Cuff, Virginia, MN. Moved by Commissioner Nelson, supported by Commissioner Stauber. Passed 7-0.
Resolution No. 16-201 Exchange of state tax forfeited Class "B" lands located in McDavitt and Kelsey Townships for lands of equal value owned by The Conservation Fund and authorize appraisals of all lands involved in the proposed land exchange. Moved by Commissioner Nelson, supported by Commissioner Stauber. Passed 7-0.
Resolution No. 16-202 Reclassify certain state tax forfeited lands as 'non-conservation' and be offered for sale and direct the Land and Minerals Department to notify the clerks of the municipalities or towns in which the parcels are located. Moved by Commissioner Nelson, supported by Commissioner Stauber. Passed 7-0.
Resolution No. 16-203 Special sale of state tax forfeited property described as Lot 21, Block 24, Virginia, to the City of Virginia to correct blighted conditions, upon total payment of $587.65; and further, the County Auditor shall offer the land for sale at public auction if the City of Virginia does not purchase the land by September 1, 2016. Moved by Commissioner Nelson, supported by Commissioner Stauber. Passed 7-0.
Resolution No. 16-204 Rescind St. Louis County Board Resolution No. 16-53, adopted January 12, 2016, which canceled a contract for repurchase with Thomas J. Rother and Dori A. Rother, of Orr, MN. The contract holder has cured the default. Moved by Commissioner Nelson, supported by Commissioner Stauber. Passed 7-0.
Resolution No. 16-205 Utility easements authorized across state tax forfeited lands to the Minnesota Department of Transportation for improvements to Trunk Highway 23/Grand Avenue in Duluth, MN, upon total payment of $10,062. Moved by Commissioner Nelson, supported by Commissioner Stauber. Passed 7-0.
Resolution No. 16-206 Appoint Kristin Fogard as the county agricultural inspector. Moved by Commissioner Nelson, supported by Commissioner Stauber. Passed 7-0.
Resolution No. 16-207 Special sale of state tax forfeited lands to the Minnesota Department of Transportation for improvements to Highway 1 in Eagles Nest Township, upon total payment of $43,877.75. Moved by Commissioner Nelson, supported by Commissioner Stauber. Passed 7-0.
Resolution No. 16-208 Appraisal reports for the sale of timber to be offered at Public Oral Timber Auction on May 12, 2016, as submitted by the Land Commissioner. Moved by Commissioner Nelson, supported by Commissioner Stauber. Passed 7-0.
Resolution No. 16-209 Acquisition of highway right of way and necessary easements located in the S 1/2 of NE 1/4, Section 15, Township 60 North, Range 14 West, for the reconstruction of a short segment of County Road (CR) 796/Kaunonen Lake Road and replacement of County Bridge 516/State Bridge 88773 over the Embarrass River in Waasa Township. Moved by Commissioner Nelson, supported by Commissioner Stauber. Passed 7-0.
Resolution No. 16-210 Bid awarded to Redstone Construction, LLC, Mora, MN, in the amount of $784,719.65 for the replacement of Bridge No. 69A30/County Bridge 587 and approaches located on CR 965/Hingeley Road in Lavell Township. Moved by Commissioner Nelson, supported by Commissioner Stauber. Passed 7-0.
Resolution No. 16-211 Land lease agreement with United States Solar Corporation of Minneapolis, MN, for an approximate 10 acre section of county fee owned land adjacent to the county jail on Haines Road in Duluth, MN, to partner with Minnesota Power in a "Solar Garden" renewable energy project, at $250 per acre annually for a 25-year initial term and two (2) five-year extension options and a 2% increase each consecutive year. Moved by Commissioner Nelson, supported by Commissioner Stauber. Passed 7-0.
Resolution No. 16-212 Abatement list for Board approval. Moved by Commissioner Nelson, supported by Commissioner Stauber. Passed 7-0.
Resolution No. 16-213 Contract authorized with The Jamar Company of Duluth, MN, in the amount of $113,585 for a roof replacement at the Ely Service Center. Moved by Commissioner Nelson, supported by Commissioner Stauber. Passed 7-0.
Resolution No. 16-214 Purchase of two (2) new NetApp Storage Area Network hardware devices including software, professional services, and maintenance from Datalink Corporation of Eden Prairie, MN, at the Western State Contracting Alliance Agreement amount of $363,611 for information technology disaster recovery infrastructure at the Primary and Backup Data Center locations. Moved by Commissioner Nelson, supported by Commissioner Stauber. Passed 7-0.
Resolution No. 16-215 Application to permanently add to the designated serving area of the Combination On/Off Sale and Sunday On-Sale Intoxicating Liquor Licenses by New Scenic CafÈ, Inc., d/b/a New Scenic CafÈ, Inc., Duluth Township. Moved by Commissioner Nelson, supported by Commissioner Stauber. Passed 7-0.
Resolution No. 16-216 Workers' compensation report dated March 18, 2016. Moved by Commissioner Nelson, supported by Commissioner Stauber. Passed 7-0.
Resolution No. 16-217 Confirm and verify the authority of St. Louis County Sheriff Ross Litman to execute the Master Subscriber Agreement for the Minnesota Government Access system on behalf of the St. Louis County Sheriff's Office and confirm and verify that Sheriff Ross Litman has the authority to sign any subsequent amendment or agreement that may be required by the Minnesota Judicial Branch. Moved by Commissioner Nelson, supported by Commissioner Stauber. Passed 7-0.
Resolution No. 16-218 Amend the Joint Powers Agreement to include the Babbitt, Breitung, Chisholm, East Range, and Ely Police Departments as new Task Force members and approve the name change of the Boundary Waters Drug Task Force to the Boundary Waters Drug and Violent Crime Task Force. Moved by Commissioner Nelson, supported by Commissioner Stauber. Passed 7-0.
Resolution No. 16-219 Authorize application and acceptance of the 2015 Homeland Security Operations Stonegarden Grant from the State of Minnesota Department of Public Safety, in an amount not to exceed $91,449 to enhance the security of the international border and ports of entry between St. Louis County and Canada, with St. Louis County serving as coordinator and fiscal agent for the grant. Moved by Commissioner Nelson, supported by Commissioner Stauber. Passed 7-0.
Resolution No. 16-220 Proclamation: Community Wellness Day, April 9, 2016. Moved by Commissioner Boyle, supported by Commissioner Nelson. Passed 7-0.
Resolution No. 16-221 2015 Fourth quarter budget changes. Moved by Commissioner Nelson, supported by Commissioner Jewell. Passed 7-0.
Resolution No. 16-222 Use of Public Safety Innovation Funds for Team 25 and authorize a contract with Arrowhead Regional Corrections; add one (1) 1.0 FTE Social Worker to PHHS staffing complement for this initiative. If the Team 25 initiative is terminated, the additional position will be eliminated. Moved by Commissioner Nelson, supported by Commissioner Stauber. Passed 7-0.
This is a summary of the official board proceedings. The full text is available in the Clerk of the County Board's Office located at 100 N. 5th Ave. West, #214, Duluth, Minnesota, 55802, by mail or electronic mail, and also at www.stlouiscountymn.gov . May 5 - 1


SUMMARY PROCEEDINGS OF THE
ST. LOUIS COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS
April 12, 2016
Present: Commissioners Frank Jewell, Patrick Boyle, Chris Dahlberg, Pete Stauber, Keith Nelson and Chair Steve Raukar ­ 6. Absent: Tom Rukavina ­ 1.
Resolution No. 16-223 Minutes for April 5, 2016. Moved by Commissioner Jewell, supported by Commissioner Dahlberg. Passed 6-0.
Resolution No. 16-224 Purchase agreements and contracts authorized to implement the Electronic Health Record system, Nightingale Notes, for the PHHS Public Health Division at a total project cost of $171,643. Moved by Commissioner Jewell, supported by Commissioner Dahlberg. Passed 6-0.
Resolution No. 16-225 Adjoining owner sale of state tax forfeited property described as an Undivided 1/2 interest of the Ely 69 feet of the Wly 564 feet of the NW 1/4 of NE 1/4, except Hwy R/W, Section 28, Township 57 North, Range 20 West (City of Hibbing) to the other owner of the undivided interest for a total purchase price of $1,657.12. Moved by Commissioner Jewell, supported by Commissioner Dahlberg. Passed 6-0.
Resolution No. 16-226 Application for repurchase of state tax forfeited property by Tedpen, Inc., Biwabik, MN. Moved by Commissioner Jewell, supported by Commissioner Dahlberg. Passed 6-0.
Resolution No. 16-227 County Auditor authorized to sell or dispose of abandoned personal property from certain state tax forfeited properties. Moved by Commissioner Jewell, supported by Commissioner Dahlberg. Passed 6-0.
Resolution No. 16-228 Non-exclusive access easement across state tax forfeited land located in the NE 1/4 of the SW 1/4, Section 15, Township 63 North, Range 12 West (Morse Township), to James J. Kuh upon total payment of $763. Moved by Commissioner Jewell, supported by Commissioner Dahlberg. Passed 6-0.
Resolution No. 16-229 Non-exclusive access easement across state tax forfeited land located in Sections 23, 24, 26 and 13, Township 62 North, Range 14 West, and Section 18, Township 62 North, Range 13 West (Eagles Nest and Morse Townships) to the St. Louis and Lake Counties Regional Rail Authority for the construction of a 2.8 mile segment of the Mesabi Trail, upon total payment of $4,865. Moved by Commissioner Jewell, supported by Commissioner Dahlberg. Passed 6-0.
Resolution No. 16-230 Non-exclusive access easement across state tax forfeited land located in Government Lot 2, Section 18, Township 62 North, Range 13 West (Morse Township) to American Bank of the North, upon total payment of $2,778. Moved by Commissioner Jewell, supported by Commissioner Dahlberg. Passed 6-0.
Resolution No. 16-231 Agreement with Fayal Township for 2016 Crack Sealing whereby the township will pay its local share for items listed in the Schedule of Prices in the Proposal/Plan Package and Plan. Moved by Commissioner Jewell, supported by Commissioner Dahlberg. Passed 6-0.
Resolution No. 16-232 Acquisition of right of way and necessary easements over tax forfeited land located in the NE 1/4 of SE 1/4, Section 1, Township 56 North, Range 15 West, and Government Lot 6, Section 6, Township 56 North, Range 14 West, for the reconstruction of a small segment of Deer Forest Road (UT 9215/CR 340) and replacement of County Bridge 411/State Bridge 88663 over the south branch of Water Hen Creek in Colvin Township and Unorganized Township 56-14. Moved by Commissioner Jewell, supported by Commissioner Dahlberg. Passed 6-0.
Resolution No. 16-233 Agreement with the City of Mt. Iron whereby the city will transfer federal monies allocated for the city's Project No. CP 0000-127242/SP 69-090-0290 to the county for use on its Project No. CP 0004-136147/SP 69-604-073. St. Louis County will pay the city up to $247,560 in county funds for the federal funds received from the city. Moved by Commissioner Jewell, supported by Commissioner Dahlberg. Passed 6-0.
Resolution No. 16-234 Agreement with the Minnesota Department of Transportation for the turnback of approximately 1.907 miles of Old Trunk Highway 1/169 to the County of St. Louis and designate it as County Road 526. Moved by Commissioner Jewell, supported by Commissioner Dahlberg. Passed 6-0.
Resolution No. 16-235 Cooperative agreement with Lake County for 2016 Maintenance Striping. Moved by Commissioner Jewell, supported by Commissioner Dahlberg. Passed 6-0.
Resolution No. 16-236 Cooperative agreement with City of Babbitt for 2016 Maintenance Striping. Moved by Commissioner Jewell, supported by Commissioner Dahlberg. Passed 6-0.
Resolution No. 16-237 Cooperative agreement with Fayal Township for 2016 Maintenance Striping. Moved by Commissioner Jewell, supported by Commissioner Dahlberg. Passed 6-0.
Resolution No. 16-238 Cooperative agreement with White Township for 2016 Maintenance Striping.
Moved by Commissioner Jewell, supported by Commissioner Dahlberg. Passed 6-0.
Resolution No. 16-239 Bid awarded to Envirotech Services, Inc., Evans, CO, for 530,000 gallons of 38% liquid calcium chloride for the bid price of $0.879 per gallon for a total cost of $465,870 for the gravel road summer dust abatement program (Bid #5303). Moved by Commissioner Jewell, supported by Commissioner Dahlberg. Passed 6-0.
Resolution No. 16-240 Public hearing established for May 24, 2016, at 9:40 a.m. at the City Council Chambers, Hibbing, City Hall, Hibbing, MN, to receive evidence and testimony regarding the proposed "St. Louis County Ordinance No. 64: The Management and Permitting of All-Terrain Vehicles within the Public Right-of-Way of Roads under the County's Jurisdiction" (ATV Ordinance). Moved by Commissioner Jewell, supported by Commissioner Dahlberg. Passed 6-0.
Resolution No. 16-241 Bid awarded to Northland Constructors of Duluth, LLC, Duluth, MN, in the amount of $1,013,997.00 for grading, aggregate surfacing, Bridge No. 69A53/County Bridge 286 and guard rails located over the Birch River on County State Aid Highway (CSAH) 21 in Unorganized Township 61-13. Moved by Commissioner Jewell, supported by Commissioner Dahlberg. Passed 6-0.
Resolution No. 16-242 Bid awarded to Fahrner Asphalt Sealers, LLC, Eau Claire, WI, in the amount of $1,645,209.51 for a tied scrub seal project in ten (10) locations in Alango, Angora, Beatty, Great Scott, and Sturgeon Townships, Unorganized Township 59-21, and the city of Mt. Iron. Moved by Commissioner Jewell, supported by Commissioner Dahlberg. Passed 6-0.
Resolution No. 16-243 Lease agreements with Arrowhead Regional Corrections for office and storage space in four (4) county facilities for the term January 1, 2016 through December 31, 2016 for a total one-term cost of $433,790.55, with a lease extension option for nine (9) additional one-year terms (2017 to 2025). Moved by Commissioner Jewell, supported by Commissioner Dahlberg. Passed 6-0.
Resolution No. 16-244 Abatement list for Board approval. Moved by Commissioner Jewell, supported by Commissioner Dahlberg. Passed 6-0.
Resolution No. 16-245 Correction of legal description on the fee land exchange with Minnesota Power, a division of Allete, Inc., and rescind County Board Resolution No. 15-763, adopted December 15, 2015. Moved by Commissioner Jewell, supported by Commissioner Dahlberg. Passed 6-0.
Resolution No. 16-246 Professional services contract with Mitchell Humphrey for FastTrackGov to set up, configure, and implement an additional nine (9) types of land use permit applications for the Planning and Community Development Department for a cost of $86,500. Moved by Commissioner Jewell, supported by Commissioner Dahlberg. Passed 6-0.
Resolution No. 16-247 Increase the County Attorney's Office Public Health & Human Services Division staffing compliment by 2.0 FTE Legal Secretaries. Moved by Commissioner Jewell, supported by Commissioner Dahlberg. Passed 6-0.
Resolution No. 16-248 Workers' compensation report dated April 1, 2016. Moved by Commissioner Jewell, supported by Commissioner Dahlberg. Passed 6-0.
Resolution No. 16-249 Application for Seasonal On-Sale and Seasonal Sunday On-Sale Intoxicating Liquor Licenses by John R. Rinne d/b/a Eveleth Golf Course, Fayal Township, new (changing from On-Sale 3.2 Percent Malt Liquor). Moved by Commissioner Jewell, supported by Commissioner Dahlberg. Passed 6-0.
Resolution No. 16-250 Application for On-Sale and Sunday On-Sale Intoxicating Liquor Licenses by BVL Properties, LLC d/b/a Bayview Lodge, Greenwood Township, new. Moved by Commissioner Jewell, supported by Commissioner Dahlberg. Passed 6-0.
Resolution No. 16-251 Application for On-Sale and Sunday On-Sale Intoxicating Liquor Licenses by Grand View Golf, LLC d/b/a Grand View Golf Links, Midway Township (changing from Seasonal On-Sale and Seasonal Sunday On-Sale). Moved by Commissioner Jewell, supported by Commissioner Dahlberg. Passed 6-0.
Resolution No. 16-252 Proclamation: Child Abuse Prevention Month. Moved by Commissioner Boyle, supported by Commissioner Stauber. Passed 6-0.
Resolution No. 16-253 Twin Ports Interchange FASTLANE Grant Application Letter of Support request. Moved by Commissioner Dahlberg, supported by Commissioner Stauber. Passed 6-0.
Resolution No. 16-254 Appoint David Lee as the St. Louis County Public Health and Human Services Director effective April 25, 2016. Moved by Commissioner Jewell, supported by Commissioner Boyle. Passed 6-0.
This is a summary of the official board proceedings. The full text is available in the Clerk of the County Board's Office located at 100 N. 5th Ave. West, #214, Duluth, Minnesota, 55802, by mail or electronic mail, and also at www.stlouiscountymn.gov . May 5 - 1


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