Public Notice December 16, 2015

MAPLE LAKE CITY COUNCIL
October 20, 2015
Minutes Summary
A motion was m/s/p, Kissock/Northenscold, to approve the Agenda with the addition of Pay Equity under Old Business. All present voted in favor.
A motion was m/s/p, Northenscold/Lauer, to approve the Consent Agenda with the removal of Top Soil Seeding Project from Consent Agenda and moved to Old Business. All present voted in favor.
A motion was m/s/p, Kissock/Lauer, to allow Bestland to carry over 200 hours of vacation overage after her anniversary date of September 1. All present voted in favor.
A motion was m/s/p, Kissock/Geyen, to approve the payment of the Renewal Premium from the LMCIT in the amount of $54,965.00, effective November 1, 2015. All present voted in favor.
A motion was m/s/p, Kissock/Northenscold, to adopt Resolution R-2015-40 appointing Lake Central Insurance Services and Paul Manuel, Agent of Record. All present voted in favor.
A motion was m/s/p, Geyen/Lauer, to adopt Resolution R-2015-41, not waiving the monetary limit on municipal tort liability as established by Minnesota Statute 466.04. All present voted in favor.
A motion was (m/s/p), Geyen/Northenscold, to adopt Resolution R-2015-42 transferring $49,397.05 from the Fire Department fund to the Maple Lake Firemen’s Relief Association. All present voted in favor except Jude and Lauer who abstained due to conflict of interest.
A motion was m/s/p, Lauer/Geyen, adopting Resolution R2015-43 approving an 11 foot Variance request for Dan & Julie Clasemann, 600 Maple Avenue N, PID#110-038-002010 to build an addition onto the existing garage no closer than 19.0 feet from the property line. All present voted in favor.
A motion was m/s/p, Northenscold/Geyen, adopting Resolution R2015-44 approving the Conditional Use Permit for the City of Maple Lake since after a public hearing the City Planning Commission has recommended approval of the barbed wire fence Conditional Use Permit; and since the U.S. Homeland Security Department, and the American Water Works Association Handbook of Water and Wastewater Treatment Plants both recommended for security purposes, that community water systems should have a chain linked fence around it, topped by barbed wire; and, in order to protect the water source of its citizens, the City approves the Conditional Use Permit to attach barbed wire to the top of the existing fence surrounding a building in a Public/Government District located at 405 Oak Avenue South, with the following condition: City shall post “No Trespassing” signs and a sign warning of the barbed wire. All present voted in favor.
A motion was m/s/p, Jude/Kissock to purchase barbed wire fencing for the Water Treatment Plant at a price not to exceed $2,000. All present voted in favor.
A motion was m/s/p/, Kissock/Lauer, to approve the Snow Removal Route for this snow season as presented.
A motion was m/s/p, Kissock/Jude, to allow Sawatzke to carry-over 80.75 vacation hours within 6 months of his anniversary date of October 20. All present voted in favor.
A motion was m/s/p/, Kissock/Jude, to approve the purchase of the Courtesy Car from Vision Transportation Services at a cost of $1,700. All present voted in favor.
A motion was m/s/p, Kissock/Lauer, to approve the final payment in the amount of $2,716.30 to Gertken Bros., Inc. for the 2014 Topsoil and Seeding Project. All present voted in favor except Geyen who voted no.
A motion was m/s/p, Geyen/Northenscold, to adjourn the meeting at 9:15 pm. All present voted in favor.
Attest,
City Clerk/Treasurer

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