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					                            ANOKA COUNTY BOARD MEETING

                                               MINUTES
                                                                                         Government Center
                                                                                          Anoka, Minnesota

                                                                                         November 23, 2010


Chair Berg called the meeting to order at 9:45 a.m. and called for participation in reciting the Pledge of
Allegiance.

Present:               District #1            Dennis D. Berg
                       District #2            Dick Lang
                       District #3            Robyn West
                       District #4            Jim A. Kordiak
                       District #5            Carol LeDoux
                       District #6            Rhonda Sivarajah
                       District #7            Dan Erhart

Others Present:        Terry Johnson, County Administrator; Bob Parta, Chief Deputy County Attorney;
                       staff; other governmental officials; and citizens.

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Commissioner Berg made motion granting homestead exemptions, reducing assessed valuations, and/or
granting abatements of special assessments, as requested by the director of Property Assessment. (A full text
of persons receiving tax abatements is on file and available for public inspection in County Administration.)
Commissioner Sivarajah seconded the motion. Upon roll call vote, motion carried unanimously.

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Chair Berg presented for review checks issued from the Finance and Central Services Division and warrants
from the Human Services Division, as shown in Appendices A and B. (Appendices are on file in the County
Administration Office.)

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Chair Berg made motion approving the minutes from the November 9, 2010, Anoka County board meeting.
Commissioner Kordiak seconded the motion. Upon roll call vote, motion carried unanimously.

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Chair Berg welcomed Commissioner Carol LeDoux to the county board. Commissioner LeDoux took the
oath of office on November 17, 2010.

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Chair Berg made the following county board committee appointments and chairperson designations effective
November 23, 2010, for the remainder of 2010:

                                                                                   Appointments

           Airport Committee                                                      West (Vice-Chair)
                                                                                   LeDoux (Chair)
                                                                                        Erhart
           Board of Oversight of Court-Appointed Attorneys                             Kordiak
                                                                                       Sivarajah
           Children & Family Council Governing Board                                     West
           Community Corrections Advisory Board                                         West
                                                                                       LeDoux
                                                                                  Kordiak (Alternate)
           Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Council                               John Berg (Chair)
2010 Anoka County Board Minutes
From the Meeting of November 23, 2010                                                                Page 215


                                                                                     Appointments
        Finance & Capital Improvements Committee                                          Berg
               Building/Construction Projects with estimated costs greater than           Lang
               $50,000; with Management Committee to consider projects                   LeDoux
               $50,000 or less. (Additionally includes: Special Projects,             Erhart (Chair)
               Economic Development, and Facilities and Construction)

        Human Services Committee                                                           West
                                                                                   Kordiak (Vice-Chair)
                                                                                    Sivarajah (Chair)
               Community Health Advisory Committee                                         West
                                                                                  Larry Lindberg (Chair)
        Information Services Committee                                                West (Chair)
                                                                                       Kordiak
        Intergovernmental & Community Relations Committee                            Lang (Alternate)
               (Additionally includes: Emergency Management)                        West (Vice-Chair)
                                                                                         LeDoux
                                                                                      Erhart (Chair)
        Joint Law Enforcement Council (Contract #2008-0279)                               West
                                                                                         Kordiak

        Law Library Board of Trustees                                                     Berg
                                                                                     West (Alternate)
        Library Board Liaison (Term Concurrent w/MELSA)                                  Kordiak
        Management Committee                                                        Berg (Vice-Chair)
               (Includes building projects up to $50,000.)                                Lang
                                                                                     Kordiak (Chair)
                                                                                         LeDoux
        Parks & Recreation Committee                                                  Lang (Chair)
                                                                                        Kordiak
                                                                                        LeDoux
        Public Safety Committee                                                     Lang (Vice-Chair)
                                                                                     West (Alternate)
                                                                                         Kordiak
                                                                                     LeDoux (Chair)
        Public Works Committee                                                        Berg (Chair)
                                                                                    Lang (Vice-Chair)
                                                                                         LeDoux
                                                                                        Sivarajah
        Sexual Assault Committee                                                          West
        Waste Management and Energy Committee                                             Lang
                                                                                     Kordiak (Chair)
                                                                                         Erhart
               Solid Waste Abatement Advisory Task Force                           Kordiak (Facilitator)
                                                                                  Cindy DeRuyter (Assoc.
                                                                                        Facilitator)
               Waste Haulers Roundtable Group                                      Kordiak (Facilitator)
        Workforce Council Liaison                                                         West
                                                                                        Sivarajah

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2010 Anoka County Board Minutes
From the Meeting of November 23, 2010                                                              Page 216


Commissioner Berg made motion appointing the following individuals as District 10 voting delegates to the
Association of Minnesota Counties (AMC), effective November 23, 2010, as authorized by AMC rules:

         1.     Commissioner Dennis D. Berg            6.      Commissioner Rhonda Sivarajah
         2.     Commissioner Dick Lang                 7.      Commissioner Dan Erhart
         3.     Commissioner Robyn West                8.      County Attorney Robert M.A. Johnson
         4.     Commissioner Jim A. Kordiak            9.      County Administrator Terry Johnson
         5.     Commissioner Carol LeDoux              10.     Human Services Div. Mgr. Jerry Soma

Commissioner Erhart seconded the motion. Motion carried unanimously.

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Commissioner Kordiak presented the Management Committee report from the meeting of November 9,
2010.

1.     Commissioner Kordiak made motion adopting revisions to the Anoka County Financial Policies
       relating to Section E, Debt Policy; Section J, Purchasing Policy; and to Section P, Wireless Device
       Policy, subject to review by the county attorney as to form and legality. (Revisions are on file in the
       County Administration Office.) Commissioner Lang seconded the motion. Upon roll call vote,
       motion carried unanimously.

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Commissioner Berg presented the Public Works Committee report from the meeting of November 15, 2010.

Highway

1.     Commissioner Berg offered the following resolution and moved its adoption:

                                            RESOLUTION #2010-149

                        RESOLUTION TO REVISE/UPDATE LOCATIONS OF
                    THROUGH HIGHWAYS, STOPS, AND ALL-WAY STOPS ON THE
                                COUNTY HIGHWAY SYSTEM


              WHEREAS, the Anoka County Board of Commissioners is responsible for the planning,
       construction, and maintenance of the county highway system; and,

                WHEREAS, the Anoka County Board of Commissioners also has the responsibility and
       authority for the designation of through highways within Anoka County, pursuant to Minnesota
       Stat. § 169.30; and,

               WHEREAS, on March 13, 1973, the Anoka County Board of Commissioners passed a
       resolution establishing the locations of through highways, stops, and all-way stops on the county
       highway system; and,

              WHEREAS, on April 23, 1985, the Anoka County Board of Commissioners passed
       Resolution #85-40 regarding the changing of traffic control devices on County State Aid Highway
       No. 78 (Hanson Boulevard) in the city of Andover; and,

              WHEREAS, on October 22, 1996, the Anoka County Board of Commissioners passed
       Resolution #96-140 revising/updating locations of all-way stops on the county highway system; and,

              WHEREAS, on December 17, 1996, the Anoka County Board of Commissioners passed
       Resolution #96-170 revising/updating locations of all-way stops on the county highway system; and,

              WHEREAS, on October 13, 1998, the Anoka County Board of Commissioners passed
       Resolution #98-152 revising/updating locations of all-way stops on the county highway system; and,

              WHEREAS, on November 24, 1998, the Anoka County Board of Commissioners passed
       Resolution #98-174 revising/updating locations of all-way stops on the county highway system; and,
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              WHEREAS, on February 9, 1999, the Anoka County Board of Commissioners passed
       Resolution #99-21 revising/updating locations of all-way stops on the county highway system; and,

              WHEREAS, on November 9, 1999, the Anoka County Board of Commissioners passed
       Resolution #99-174 revising/updating locations of all-way stops on the county highway system; and,

              WHEREAS, on April 23, 2002, the Anoka County Board of Commissioners passed
       Resolution #2002-70 revising/updating the locations of all-way stops on the county highway system;
       and,

              WHEREAS, on November 23, 2004, the Anoka County Board of Commissioners passed
       Resolution #2004-158 revising/updating the locations of all-way stops on the county highway
       system; and,

              WHEREAS, on March 14, 2006, the Anoka County Board of Commissioners passed
       Resolution #2006-44 revising/updating the locations of all-way stops on the county highway system;
       and,

              WHEREAS, on November 14, 2006, the Anoka County Board of Commissioners passed
       Resolution #2006-147 revising/updating the locations of all-way stops on the county highway
       system; and,

              WHEREAS, on October 14, 2008, the Anoka County Board of Commissioners passed
       Resolution #2008-120 revising/updating the locations of all-way stops on the county highway
       system; and,

              WHEREAS, since passing these resolutions in 1973, 1985, 1996, 1998, 1999, 2002, 2004,
       2006, and 2008, several changes have occurred on the county highway system; and,

               WHEREAS, the responsibility and authority for the designation of through highways, stops,
       and all-way stops within Anoka County have been reviewed in regard to these changes in road
       systems, as well as the functional class and traffic volumes of the roadways within Anoka County:

              NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Anoka County Board of Commissioners
       hereby establishes the locations of through highways, stops, and all-way stops on the county highway
       system, unless controlled by traffic signals, as follows:

       1.     That all streets and roadways, other than state trunk highways, which intersect Anoka County
              highways, shall be caused to stop before entering upon or crossing any Anoka County
              highway.

       2.     That when (2) Anoka County highways intersect (4-legged cross street intersections), they
              shall be controlled by an all-way stop except for:

              a. CSAH 22 (Viking Boulevard NW) at CR 66 (Cleary Road).

       3.     That when an Anoka County highway shall make a “T” or other oblique junction with
              another Anoka County highway, the intersecting Anoka County highway shall stop.

       These rules shall be followed at all locations within Anoka County except at the following locations,
       where all-way stops will be established:

              In the city of Andover:
                      CR 18 (Crosstown Boulevard NW) at 157th Avenue NW/Prairie Road
                      CR 16 (Andover Boulevard NW) at Prairie Road

              In the city of Anoka:
                      CSAH 7 (7th Avenue) at South Street
                      CSAH 7 (7th Avenue) at Brisbin Street
                      CSAH 31 (4th Avenue) at Jackson Street

              In the city of Blaine:
                      CSAH 32 (85th Avenue NE) at Hastings Street
                      CR 10 (North Road) at Lever Street
                      CR 10 (North Road) at CR 53 (Sunset Road)
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              In the city of Centerville:
                      CSAH 14 (Main Street) at CSAH 21 (Centerville Road)

              In the city of Columbia Heights:
                      CSAH 2 (44th Avenue) at Arthur Street
                      CSAH 2 (45th Avenue) at Chatham Road/Benjamin Street
                      CSAH 2 (40th Avenue) at Jackson Street
                      CSAH 2 (40th Avenue) at Jefferson Street
                      CSAH 2 (40th Avenue) at Reservoir Boulevard/40th Avenue
                      CSAH 4 (44th Avenue) at Jefferson Street
                      CSAH 4 (Fairway Drive) at CSAH 4 (Stinson Boulevard)
                                -Eastbound CSAH 4 (Fairway Drive) STOP only

              In the city of East Bethel:
                      CR 74 (213th Avenue NE) at CR 74/Durant Street NE – Eastbound CR 74
                              (213th Avenue NE) STOP only

              In the city of Fridley:
                      CSAH 2 (44th Avenue) at CR 102/CSAH 2 (Main Street)
                      CSAH 2 (Main Street) at CSAH 2 (40th Avenue)
                      CR 102 (Main Street) at CR 104 (49th Avenue)
                      CR 102 (Main Street) at CR 102 (57th Avenue)
                      CSAH 6 (Mississippi Street) at Monroe Street
                      CSAH 6 (Mississippi Street) at 7th Street
                      CSAH 35 (Central Avenue) at CSAH 8 (73rd Avenue)
                      CSAH 35 (Central Avenue) at CSAH 6 (Rice Creek Road)

              In the township of Linwood:
                       CSAH 85/CR 85 (Typo Creek Drive) at CSAH 26/227th Avenue NE
                       CSAH 17 (Lexington Avenue NE) at 185th Avenue NE

              In the city of Nowthen:
                      CR 66 (Cleary Road) at Old Viking Boulevard NW
                      CR 70 (223rd Avenue NW) at CR 70 (Jarvis Street)
                              -Westbound CR 70 (223rd Avenue NW) STOP only
                      CR 82 (205th Avenue NW) at CR 82 (Tiger Street NW)
                              -Eastbound CR 82 (205th Avenue NW) STOP only

              In the city of Oak Grove:
                      CSAH 13 (Cedar Drive) at CR 86 (Sims Road)/Sims Road
                      CSAH 13 (Cedar Drive) at CR 74/221st Avenue NW

              In the city of Ramsey:
                      CR 57 (Sunfish Lake Boulevard) at Alpine Drive
                      CSAH 5 (Nowthen Boulevard) at Alpine Drive
                      CSAH 56 (Ramsey Boulevard) at Alpine Drive
                      CSAH 116 (Bunker Lake Boulevard) at Sunwood Drive

              In the city of St. Francis:
                      CSAH 24 (Bridge Street) at CSAH 28 (Ambassador Boulevard)

              In the city of Spring Lake Park:
                      CSAH 35 (Central Avenue) at 81st Avenue
                      CSAH 8 (Osborne Road) at Monroe Street
                      CSAH 8 (Osborne Road) at Able Street

               BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the county engineer be authorized to install and maintain
       signs in accordance with this resolution.

       Motion carried unanimously. Resolution declared adopted.
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2.     Commissioner Berg offered the following resolution and moved its adoption:

                                       RESOLUTION #2010-150

                           RESOLUTION DECLARING CERTAIN PROPERTY
                            AS EXCESS AND AUTHORIZING CONVEYANCE

               WHEREAS, the county of Anoka has acquired certain real property located in the city of St.
       Francis, Anoka County, Minnesota, legally described as: Lot 3, Block 4, Royal Oaks; and,

               WHEREAS, the county does not have a current and/or future need for the single-family
       residence located on the property and, therefore, desires to have said single family residence and a
       garage removed from the property; and,

               WHEREAS, Anoka County Community Action Program, Inc. (ACCAP), has a need for and
       desires to acquire said single-family residence, in accordance with the terms and conditions hereon:

              NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Anoka County Board of Commissioners
       hereby declares the single-family residence located on the property described as Lot 3, Block 4,
       Royal Oaks, as excess property and authorizes the Anoka County board chair and the county
       administrator to execute and deliver all documents necessary to convey said residence to the
       ACCAP.

       Upon roll call vote, motion carried unanimously. Resolution declared adopted.

3.     Commissioner Lang offered the following resolution and moved its adoption:

                                       RESOLUTION #2010-151

                RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING EXCHANGE AND SALE OF PROPERTY

              WHEREAS, the County of Anoka (“County”), has developed plans and specifications to
      construct improvements to sections of both Radisson Road and Bunker Lake Boulevard in the cities
      of Blaine and Ham Lake, which has been designated as Anoka County Highway Project No. S.P. 02-
      652-05/02-716-09 (“Highway Project”); and,

              WHEREAS, Bunker Lake Boulevard Baptist Church (“Church”), owns two parcels of
      property located at the intersection of Radisson Road and Bunker Lake Boulevard in the city of Ham
      Lake, Minnesota, which parcels are legally described in the attached Exhibit A and Exhibit B; and,

             WHEREAS, to construct the Highway Project, the County needed to acquire certain property
      and property interests from the Church; and,

              WHEREAS, the property and property interests needed to be acquired from the Church
      property described in Exhibit A are described in the attached Exhibit C (“Parcel 77”); and,

              WHEREAS, the property and property interests needed to be acquired from the Church
      property described in Exhibit B are described in the attached Exhibit D (“Parcel 91”); and,

             WHEREAS, acquisition of Parcel 91 would have a significant impact on the use of the
      remaining Church property described in Exhibit B by limiting the remaining parking spaces; and,

              WHEREAS, to alleviate the impact of the construction of the Highway Project, the County
      proposed to exchange certain County owned property, which is legally described in the attached
      Exhibit E (“County Property”), with the Church for Parcel 91; and,

              WHEREAS, the Church is willing to exchange Parcel 91 with the County for the County
      Property; and,

              WHEREAS, the County does not have a present or future need for the County Property; and,

              WHEREAS, the exchange of the County Property for Parcel 91 involves the splitting of
      existing lots which requires approval by the City of Ham Lake (“City”); and,

             WHEREAS, as part of a lot split approval process, the City required both the County and the
      Church to convey to the City certain permanent drainage and utility easements; and,
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              WHEREAS, the permanent drainage and utility easements to be conveyed by the County to
      the City are described in the attached Exhibit F (“Easements”); and,

              WHEREAS, pursuant to Minn. Stat. § 373.01, subd. 1(5)(d), the County may, when acquiring
      real property for county highway right-of-way, exchange parcels of real property of substantially
      similar or equal value without advertising for bids; and,

               WHEREAS, the Anoka County assessor has determined that the County Property and Parcel
      91, are substantially similar and of equal value:

              NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Anoka County Board of Commissioners
      hereby authorizes and directs the board chair and the county administrator to execute the necessary
      documents to facilitate the exchange of the County Property for Parcel 91, including the conveyance
      of the Easements to the City.
      (Exhibits A, B, C, D, E, and F are on file in the County Administration Office.)
       Upon roll call vote, motion carried unanimously. Resolution declared adopted.

4.     Commissioner Berg offered the following resolution and moved its adoption:

                                       RESOLUTION #2010-152

                               RESOLUTION IN SUPPORT OF THE
                       CITY OF RAMSEY AND ANOKA COUNTY EFFORTS TO
                   SECURE FUNDING FOR IMPROVEMENTS TO US 10 AND CSAH 83

               WHEREAS, Anoka County, the City of Ramsey, the Minnesota Department of
       Transportation, and the Metropolitan Council have identified the need to improve US 10 through the
       city of Ramsey; and,

               WHEREAS, Anoka County, the City of Ramsey, the Minnesota Department of
       Transportation, and the Metropolitan Council are currently studying options to improve the
       intersection of US 10 and CSAH 83 through the construction of an interchange and grade separation
       of the Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railroad; and,

              WHEREAS, proposed transportation improvements in and around US 10 and CSAH 83 will
       improve the safety and mobility for all modes of travel; and,

              WHEREAS, proposed transportation improvements in and around US 10 and CSAH 83 will
       encourage additional economic development in the City’s COR development; and,

               WHEREAS, the Minnesota Department of Transportation and the Department of
       Employment and Economic Development currently have a joint grant opportunity (Transportation
       and Economic Development grant [TED]), for providing partial funding for the construction of
       interchanges in order to further economic development and enhance safety; and,

               WHEREAS, the Minnesota Department of Transportation has a second grant opportunity
       (Safety and Mobility grant [SAM]), for providing partial funding for the construction of interchanges
       in order to improve safety; and,

              WHEREAS, the City of Ramsey and Anoka County have worked together to obtain funding
       for improvements to US 10 and the county roadway system for the past decade:

              NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by Anoka County, Minnesota, that:

              1.    Anoka County supports and encourages county staff and the City of Ramsey in their
                   efforts to secure either TED or SAM grant funding through the Minnesota Department of
                   Transportation and Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development.
              2. Anoka County welcomes an opportunity to work collaboratively with the City of
                 Ramsey, the Minnesota Department of Transportation, and other project partners to
                 construct transportation improvements that increase safety, mobility, and economic
                 development.
              3. Anoka County is a willing financial contributor to the transportation improvements on
                 US 10 and CSAH 83.

       Upon roll call vote, motion carried unanimously. Resolution declared adopted.
2010 Anoka County Board Minutes
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5.     Commissioner Berg made motion approving increasing Contract #2010-0577 by the amount of
       $20,045.08 to a total of $34,755.67 and to make final payment to Granite Ledge Electrical
       Contractors for the successful completion of Project 02-070-08, the 2010 school safety zone signal
       installation project, subject to review by the county attorney as to form and legality. Total contract
       payments, reduction of retainage, and final payment amounts to $34,755.67. (The original contract
       was for materials only. Final contract reflects materials, labor, and equipment.) Commissioner Lang
       seconded the motion. Upon roll call vote, motion carried unanimously.

6.     Commissioner Sivarajah made motion approving Contract #2010-0610 with SRF Consulting, Inc.,
       for a revised interchange on CSAH 23/TH 97 at I-35, Project CP 10-10-23, preliminary engineering
       and environmental documentation including the realignment of CSAH 54 in the city of Columbus, in
       an amount not to exceed $400,000, and authorizing the chair of the county board and the county
       administrator to execute said agreement, subject to review by the county attorney as to form and
       legality. Commissioner Berg seconded the motion. Upon roll call vote, motion carried unanimously.

7.     Commissioner Berg made motion approving Contract #2010-0612, License Agreement with
       Greenberg Implement, Inc., for use of excess county right-of-way on Viking Blvd. (CSAH 22) at
       Nowthen Blvd. (CSAH 5) in the city of Nowthen through April 30, 2012. (License agreement is
       on file in the County Administration Office.) Upon roll call vote, motion carried unanimously.

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Commissioner Erhart presented the Finance and Capital Improvements Committee report from the meeting
of November 16, 2010. All items were of an informational nature and required no board action. (Report is
on file in the County Administration Office.)

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Commissioner Sivarajah presented the Human Services Committee report from the meeting of November 16,
2010, which also acts as the Local Social Services Agency and Health Board.

CONSENT

1.     Commissioner Sivarajah made motion approving the following, subject to review by the county
       attorney as to form and legality:

       A.     General/Authorization to enter into the following contract renewals from January 1, 2011,
              through December 31, 2011:

              Community Social Services

              Children’s Services Contracts

              (1)     Contract #2010-2305 with Alexandra House, Inc., for parent support outreach
                      services at:

                      $100 per family assessment (0%)
                      $41 per hour (0%) for case management
                      $50 per family (0%) for unsuccessful contact attempts

              (2)     Contract #2010-2301 with Catholic Charities of the Diocese of St. Cloud for
                      independent living skills at $350 per session per adolescent (0%) participant.
                      Contract maximum is $16,200 (0%).

              (3)     Contract #2010-2306 with Children’s Home Society & Family Services, St. Paul, for
                      parent support outreach services designed to teach families how to make use of
                      available community supports at:

                      $100 per family assessment (0%)
                      $41 per hour (0%) for case management
                      $50 per family (0%) for unsuccessful contact attempts

              (4)     Contract #2010-2268 with Genesis II for Families, Minneapolis, for parenting
                      assessments at $850 per assessment (0%).

              (5)     Contract #2010-2302 with Human Services, Inc., Stillwater, for case management
                      direct service at $67.46 per hour (0%). Contract maximum is $12,000 (0%).
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              (6)    Contract #2010-2287 with Rickford Psychological Services, St. Louis Park, for
                     parenting assessments at $820 per assessment (0%).

              (7)    Contract #2010-2269 with Bar-None Residential Treatment Center, Anoka, for
                     treatment and shelter care for children at:
                     $195.83 per day (0%) for residential treatment center
                     $178.18 per day (0%) for Bar-None shelter
                     $228.47 per day (0%) for shelter evaluation unit
                     $286.44 per day (0%) for intensive treatment – Evergreen
                     $286.44 per day (0%) for residential treatment center (SED)
                     $297.00 per day (0%) for residential treatment – Meadow View
                     $189.63 per day (0%) for Avanti Center shelter for girls
                     $217.30 per day (0%) for Avanti Center residential treatment
                     $240.88 per day (0%) for Avanti Center evaluation

              (8)    Contract #2010-2270 with Family & Adolescent Therapeutic Services, Inc., Lino
                     Lakes, for in-home family-based, home-based, and crisis family-based counseling at
                     $67.32 per hour (0%).

              (9)    Contract #2010-2271 with Family Based Therapy Associates, Coon Rapids, for in-
                     home family-based, home-based, and crisis family-based counseling, and two
                     juvenile educational classes – Actions in Constructive Thinking (ACT), and Positive
                     Actions Responsible Thinking (PART) at:
                            $69.72 per hour (0%) for professional
                            $48.80 per hour (0%) for paraprofessional
                            $69.72 per hour (0%) for in-home psychological testing/evaluation
                            $37.75 per youth attending ACT or PART (0%)

              (10)   Contract #2010-2272 with Family Innovations, Inc., Anoka, for in-home family-
                     based and crisis family-based counseling at:

                     $64.76 per hour (0%) for in-home family therapy
                     $43.08 per hour (0%) for life skills management training

              (11)   Contract #2010-2307 with Family Solutions Universal Multicultural Consultants,
                     Brooklyn Park, for in-home family-based therapy with mental health practitioner at
                     $71.40 per hour (0%). Contract maximum is $30,000 (0%).

              (12)   Contract #2010-2273 with Family Support Services, Inc., Andover, for in-home
                     family-based counseling at $62.96 per hour (0%).

              (13)   Contract #2010-2274 with Kente Circle, Minneapolis, for home-based family therapy
                     at $97.32 per hour (0%) and $275 per intake assessment (0%).

              (14)   Contract #2010-2275 with Mapletree, Maplewood, for residential care for up to
                     twelve adolescents between the ages of 15 and 17 at $165.03 per day (0%).

              (15)   Contract #2010-2276 with Steps of Success, Andover, for residential care and group
                     home services for up to 20 adolescents between the ages of 11 and 19 at $125.46 per
                     day (0%).

              (16)   Contract #2010-2277 with Village Family Service Center, St. Cloud, for in-home
                     family-based therapy at $69.50 per hour (0%).

              (17)   Contract #2010-2278 with West Lake Family Services, Plymouth, for in-home
                     family-based therapy at $65.44 per hour (0%), and life skills management training at
                     $49.28 per hour (0%).

              Developmental Disabilities/Case Management and Employment Services

              (18)   Contract #2010-2279 with Opportunity Services, Inc., Minneapolis, for extended
                     employment services at:
                     $15.38 per day (0%) for community employment
                     $23.76 per hour (0%) for supported employment
                     $12.73 for trip (0%) for transportation
                     Contract maximum is $50,000 (0%).
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              (19)   Contract #2010-2280 with Rise, Inc., Spring Lake Park, for extended employment
                     services at:
                     $7.47 per day (0%) for long-term sheltered employment
                     $35.52 per day (0%) for community based training and employment (CBTE) enclave
                     $26.67 per partial day (0%) CBTE
                     $27.73 per hour (0%) for CBTE scattered site
                            $17.17 per day (0%) for transportation
                            $8.80 per day (0%) for one-way transportation (CBTE)
                            $5.25 per day (0%) for transportation via the Traveler

              (20)   Contract #2010-2316 with Thomas Allen, Inc., West St. Paul, for contracted case
                     management at $7,932.92 per month (0%) billable to Anoka County for individuals
                     not eligible for Medical Assistance funded case management for up to 120 clients,
                     and $33.20 per month per person (0%) billable to Anoka County for representative
                     payee services for up to 110 clients. Contract maximum is $139,021 (0%).

              Developmental Disabilities/County-Paid Respite at:
                     $184.03 per day (0%) for respite care (10 consecutive hours or more)
                     $4.60 per 15 minutes (0%) for respite care
                     $244.88 per day (0%) for enhanced respite (10 consecutive hours or more)
                     $6.12 per 15 minutes (0%) for enhanced respite
                     $122.44 per day (0%) for shared respite (10 consecutive hours or more)
                     $3.06 per 15 minutes (0%) for shared respite
                     $248.42 per day (0%) for respite care - ACR Homes, Inc.
                     $429.08 per day for respite care - Meridian Respite Care House - Edelweiss only
                     (0%)

              (21)   Contract #2010-2319 with ARSYS, LLC, Rochester. Contract maximum is $10,000
                     (0%).

              (22)   Contract #2010-2320 with Joyous Care and Family Preservation Services, Inc.,
                     Brooklyn Park. Contract maximum is $10,000 (-60%).

              (23)   Contract #2010-2321 with Meridian Services, Inc., Golden Valley.          Contract
                     maximum is $5,000 (-50%).

              (24)   Contract #2010-2318 with ACR Homes, Inc., Roseville.        Contract maximum is
                     $5,000 (-29%).

              Lead County Contract

              (25)   Contract #2010-2281 with Camilia Rose Care Center, LLC, Coon Rapids, for adult
                     day care at:
                     $69.52 per six-hour day (0%)
                     $2.92 per 15 minutes (0%) not to exceed 23 15-minute units per day
                     Contract maximum is $15,000 (0%).

              Substance Abuse Contracts

              (26)   Contract #2010-2322 with Mission Inc. Programs, dba Mission Detox Center,
                     Plymouth, for a minimum of six detox beds per day at a rate set by Hennepin County,
                     plus cab fare, in or out, in excess of $20 (0%). Contract maximum is $375,000 (0%).

              Other Contracts

              (27)   Contract #2010-2288 with Allina Health System dba Mercy and Unity Hospitals,
                     Minneapolis, for support to families caring for seniors through consultation,
                     coaching, education, support groups, volunteer in-home and out-of-home respite
                     through the Faith Community Nurse Program at $3,277.50 per quarter (0%).
                     Contract maximum is $13,110 (0%).

              (28)   Contract #2010-2282 with Anoka County Community Action Program (ACCAP),
                     Blaine, for Senior Outreach, Anoka County Senior Information Line, Senior
                     Companion, and Chore Services at $33,783 per quarter (0%). Contract maximum is
                     $135,132 (0%).
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              (29)   Contract #2010-2298 with Anoka County Community Action Program (ACCAP) for
                     child care assistance administrative services/case management at:

                     $5,200,000 for base sliding fee child care payments (0%)
                     $7,000,000 for Minnesota Family Investment Program (MFIP) child care (0%)
                     $747,285 for case management (0%)

                     Contract maximum is $12,947,285 (-0.03%).

              (30)   Contract #2010-2284 with Anoka-Hennepin Independent School District #11 for
                     early childhood and family education programs and supervised family visitation at
                     $90 per session (0%) for supervised family visitation, and $170 per CARE class
                     (0%). Contract maximum is $30,000 (0%).

              (31)   Contract #2010-2303 with Jon Prin, dba True You Recovery, Edina, for chemical
                     dependency education and consultation at $35 per hour (0%).

                     Chemical dependency education group facilitation not to exceed five hours per week,
                     and case consultation to Enhanced Treatment Program (ETP) staff not to exceed four
                     hours per staff session.

                     Contract maximum is $27,300 (0%).

              (32)   Contract #2010-2300 with MASA Consulting, Inc., Minneapolis, for critical incident
                     debriefing and training at $150 per hour (0%). Contract maximum is $12,000 (0%).

              (33)   Contract #2010-2285 with Volunteers of America of Minnesota, Minneapolis, for
                     conservatorship and guardianship services at $1,211.25 per month (0%) plus
                     volunteer stipends. Contract maximum is $34,935 (0%).

              (34)   Contract #2010-2304 with Amherst H. Wilder Foundation, St. Paul, for grant
                     evaluation services for the Enhanced Treatment Program (ETP) in an amount of up to
                     $10,871 (0%).

              Community Mental Health

              Purchase of Services

              (35)   Contract #2010-2308 with Associated Counseling Services, Inc., Little Canada, for
                     psychological evaluations at:

                     $760 per comprehensive psychological evaluation (0%)
                     $83 per test evaluation only (0%)
                     $104 per hour for consultation and court testimony (0%)
                     $83 per no show, late, or cancel (0%)

                     Contract maximum is $48,700 (-11.5%).

              (36)   Contract #2010-2242 with Family Life Mental Health Center, Inc., Coon Rapids, for
                     rapid access psychiatry care at $106.38 per 30 minutes (0%). Contract maximum is
                     $33,191 (0%).

              (37)   Contract #2010-2245 with Family Life Mental Health Center, Inc., Coon Rapids, for
                     sliding fee outpatient mental health care at:

                     $47.20 per unit of service (0%) for diagnostic assessment performed by a licensed
                     psychologist, licensed psychological practitioner, licensed independent clinical social
                     worker, or licensed marriage and family therapist
                     $102.50 per unit (0%) for diagnostic assessment performed by a psychiatrist, clinical
                     nurse specialist in mental health, or nurse practitioner with psychiatric specialty
                     $42.65 per unit (0%) for explanation of findings
                     $102.50 per unit (0%) for medication management
                     $94.40 per hour (0%) for psychological testing
                     $47.20 per 30 minutes (0%) for individual psychotherapy
                     $94.40 per 50 minutes (0%) for individual psychotherapy
                     $47.20 per 30 minutes (0%) for family psychotherapy with patient present
                     $47.20 per 30 minutes (0%) for family psychotherapy without patient present
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                     $19.53 per 30 minutes (0%) for group therapy
                     $60 per hour (0%) for sign language interpreter
                     $60 per hour (0%) for in-person oral language interpreter
                     $51.25 per 15 minutes (0%) for medical consultation by a psychiatrist, physician,
                     clinical nurse specialist in mental health, or nurse practitioner with psychiatric
                     specialty
                     $25 per medication injection (0%)

                     Contract maximum is $150,500 (0%).

              (38)   Contract #2010-2246 with Human Services, Inc., Oakdale, for outpatient mental
                     health care at:

                     $47.20 per 30 minutes for diagnostic assessment performed by licensed psychologist,
                     licensed psychological practitioner, licensed independent clinical social worker,
                     licensed marriage and family therapist (0%)
                     $102.50 per 30 minutes for diagnostic assessment performed by psychiatrist, clinical
                     nurse specialist in mental health, or psychiatric nurse practitioner (0%)
                     $42.65 per 30 minutes for explanation of findings (0%)
                     $102.50 per 30 minutes for medication management (0%)
                     $94.40 per hour for psychological testing (0%)
                     $47.20 per 30 minutes for individual psychotherapy (0%)
                     $94.40 per 50 minutes for individual psychotherapy (0%)
                     $47.20 per 30 minutes for family psychotherapy with patient present (0%)
                     $47.20 per 30 minutes for family psychotherapy without patient present (0%)
                     $19.53 per 30 minutes for group therapy (0%)
                     $60 per hour for sign language interpreter (0%)
                     $60 per hour for in-person oral language interpreter (0%)
                     $105 per 30 minutes for child psychiatric urgent care (0%)

                     Contract maximum is $70,000.

              (39)   Contract #2010-2337 with Lee Carlson Center for Mental Health and Well-
                     Being/Bridgeview, Fridley, for community support program at $13,301.51 per month
                     (0%).

                     Contract maximum is $159,619 (0%).

              (40)   Contract #2010-2248 with Lee Carlson Center for Mental Health and Well-
                     Being/Bridgeview, Fridley, for sliding fee outpatient mental health care at:

                     $47.20 per unit of service for diagnostic assessment performed by a licensed
                     psychologist, licensed psychological practitioner, licensed independent clinical social
                     worker, or licensed marriage and family therapist (0%)
                     $102.50 per unit for diagnostic assessment performed by a psychiatrist, clinical nurse
                     specialist in mental health, or nurse practitioner with psychiatric specialty (0%)
                     $42.65 per unit for explanation of findings (0%)
                     $102.50 per unit for medication management (0%)
                     $94.40 per hour for psychological testing (0%)
                     $47.20 per 30 minutes for individual psychotherapy (0%)
                     $94.40 per 50 minutes for individual psychotherapy (0%)
                     $47.20 per 30 minutes for family psychotherapy with patient present (0%)
                     $47.20 per 30 minutes for family psychotherapy without patient present (0%)
                     $19.53 per 30 minutes for group therapy (0%)
                     $60 per hour for sign language interpreter (0%)
                     $60 per hour for in-person oral language interpreter (0%)
                     $51.25 per 15 minutes for medical consultation by a psychiatrist, physician, clinical
                     nurse specialist in mental health, or nurse practitioner with psychiatric specialty (0%)

                     Contract maximum is $162,800 (0%).

              (41)   Contract #2010-2286 with Lighthouse Psychological Services, Spring Lake Park, for
                     adult day treatment mental health care at $35 per hour (0%), and $20.41 per shared
                     unit for Medical Assistance (0%).

              (42)   Contract #2010-2236 with Lutheran Social Services of Minnesota, St. Paul, for court-
                     appointed guardians or conservators at $265 per month (0%). Contract maximum is
                     $60,000 (0%).
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              (43)   Contract #2010-2232 with the Mental Wellness Campaign for Anoka County, Inc.,
                     Blaine, for media releases, public presentations at local and state levels, and research
                     studies on public opinions of mental health care in an amount of up to $10,000 (0%).

              (44)   Contract #2010-2247 with North Suburban Counseling Center, Coon Rapids, for
                     sliding fee outpatient mental health care at:

                     $47.20 per unit for diagnostic assessment by licensed psychologist, licensed
                     psychological practitioner, licensed independent clinical social worker, or licensed
                     marriage and family therapist (0%)
                     $102.50 per unit for diagnostic assessment by psychiatrist, clinical nurse specialist in
                     mental health, or nurse practitioner with psychiatric specialty (0%)
                     $42.65 per unit for explanation of findings (0%)
                     $102.50 per unit for medication management (0%)
                     $94.40 per hour for psychological testing (0%)
                     $47.20 per 30 minutes for individual psychotherapy (0%)
                     $94.40 per 50 minutes for individual psychotherapy (0%)
                     $47.20 per 30 minutes for family psychotherapy with patient present (0%)
                     $47.20 per 30 minutes for family psychotherapy without patient present (0%)
                     $60 per hour for sign language interpreter (0%)
                     $60 per hour for in-person oral language interpreter (0%)
                     $51.25 per 15 minutes for medication consultation by a psychiatrist, physician,
                     clinical nurse specialist in mental health, or psychiatric nurse practitioner (0%)

                     Contract maximum is $167,000 (0%).

              (45)   Contract #2010-2311 with People, Incorporated, St. Paul, for mental health intake
                     services at $5,154.53 per month (0%). Contract maximum is $61,855 (0%).

              (46)   Contract #2010-2243 with People, Incorporated, St. Paul, for housing support
                     services at $2,233.72 per month (0%). Contract maximum is $26,805 (0%).

              (47)   Contract #2010-2244 with People, Incorporated, St. Paul, for mental health crisis
                     response services at $40,235.16 per month (0%). Contract maximum is $482,822
                     (0%).

              (48)   Contract #2010-2312 with Rise, Inc., Spring Lake Park, for adult mental health
                     employability services at $12,565.75 per month (0%). Contract maximum is
                     $150,789 (0%).

              (49)   Contract #2010-2238 with Rise, Inc., Spring Lake Park, for independent living skills
                     at $16,637.75 per month (0%). Contract maximum is $199,653 (0%).

              (50)   Contract #2010-2239 with Rise, Inc., Spring Lake Park, for housing support services
                     at $2,770.41 per month (0%). Contract maximum is $33,245 (0%).

              (51)   Contract #2010-2309 with Sheila Merzer and Associates, St. Louis Park, for early
                     identification and intervention for children with autism or similar behaviors at $100
                     per hour (0%). Contract maximum is $4,000 (0%).

              (52)   Contract #2010-2235 with Supportive Living Services, Brooklyn Center, for
                     community support services at $26,561.06 per month (0%), and $150 per month (0%)
                     for administration of Anoka County adult mental health initiative direct client
                     expense funds. Contract maximum is $318,733 (0%).

              (53)   Contract #2010-2234 with Supportive Living Services, Brooklyn Center, for
                     transitional housing subsidies at $8,720 per month (0%). Contract maximum is
                     $104,640 (0%).

              (54)   Contract #2010-2313 with Volunteers of America Minnesota, Minneapolis, for board
                     and lodge enhanced services at the Columbia Heights Board and Lodge at $5,837.50
                     per month (0%). Contract maximum is $70,050 (0%).
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             Lead County

             (55)    Contract #2010-2249 with Volunteers of America Minnesota, Minneapolis, for
                     outpatient mental health care and other related psychological services at:
                     $175 per hour for psychiatric diagnostic assessment (0%)
                     $175 per hour for psychiatric medication management (0%)
                     $77.77 per hour for psychotherapy diagnostic assessment (0%)
                     $77.77 per hour for individual or family psychotherapy (0%)
                     $87.55 per hour for psychological testing (0%)
                     $27.25 per hour for group psychotherapy (0%)
                     $75.60 per hour for in-home family-based therapy (0%)
                     $52.30 per hour for life skills management training (0%)

              Community Health

              (56)   Contract #2010-2327 with Sunrise Health Services, Stacy, for nurse visits at
                     $70.75 per visit (0%).

              (57)   Contract #2010-2328 with Minnesota Visiting Nurse Agency, Minneapolis, for
                     personal care attendant assessments and reassessments at $260.91 (0%) per face-to-
                     face assessment, and $130.46 for service updates and temporary service increases
                     (0%).

              (58)   Contract #2010-2299 with Nucleus Clinic/City of Coon Rapids for family planning
                     services and sexually transmitted disease screening and treatment in an amount of up
                     to $49,107 (0%).

              (59)   Contract #2010-2296 with Stericycle, Bannockburn, Illinois, for pickup, transport,
                     and disposal of bio-hazardous waste in an amount of up to $1,000 (0%).

              (60)   Contract #2010-2297 with the Hennepin County Public Health Clinic for tuberculosis
                     control and clinical services in an amount of up to $10,000 (-43%).

       B.     Community Corrections

              (61)   Authorization to enter into Contract #2010-0336 (renewal) with General Security
                     Services Corporation (GSSC), Minneapolis, to monitor and enforce adult and
                     juvenile restitution, initiate revenue recapture of various outstanding fees, and
                     provide numerous “officer-of-the-day” services in a maximum amount of $200,713
                     (0%) from December 1, 2010, through November 30, 2011.

              (62)   Authorization to enter into Contract #2010-0309 (renewal) with RS Eden, Inc., for
                     drug testing services at existing rates that range from $3.56 to $5.36 per screen from
                     January 1, 2011, through December 31, 2011.

       C.     Community Health & Environmental Services

              (63)   Authorization to enter into the following correctional health care contract renewals
                     from January 1, 2011, through December 31, 2011:

                     (a)     Contract #2010-2289 with Allied Professionals, Inc., Edina, for
                             supplemental, contingency nursing services to Anoka County jail inmates at
                             the following rates:
                             $53.50 per hour for days/registered nurse (0%)
                             $55 per hour for evenings/registered nurse (0%)
                             $56 per hour for weekends/registered nurse (0%)
                             $29.50 per hour for days/medical assistant (+6%)
                             $31.25 per hour for evenings/medical assistant (+6%)

                     (b)     Contract #2010-2290 with Contract Pharmacy Services, Inc., Warrington, PA,
                             to provide medications and pharmacy services for correctional inmates at
                             existing rates.

                     (c)     Contract #2010-2293 with Goodrich Pharmacy, Anoka, for back-up
                             pharmaceutical services to the Anoka County Juvenile Center, East Central
                             Regional Juvenile Center, and Anoka County Non-Secure Facility at existing
                             rates.
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                     (d)     Contract #2010-2291 with Professional Portable X-Ray, Bloomington, for
                             portable x-ray, EKG, and other non-invasive diagnostic services at rates not
                             to exceed the maximum allowed by Medical Assistance.

                     (e)     Contract #2010-2295 with Quest Diagnostics, Inc., Wooddale, IL, for
                             medical/clinical and anatomic laboratory testing at rates not to exceed the
                             maximum allowed by Medical Assistance.

              (64)   Authorization to extend Contract #2009-2174 with Emergency Preparedness
                     Resource Group (EPRG) through June 30, 2011.

              (65)   Authorization to enter into Contract #2010-2323 (renewal) with the Metropolitan
                     Area Agency on Aging (MAAA) to provide transition to housing consultation in the
                     amount of $6,732.10 (0%) from October 1, 2010, through September 30, 2011.

       Commissioner West seconded the motion. Upon roll call vote, motion carried unanimously.

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SOCIAL SERVICES

2.     Commissioner Sivarajah made motion extending the following contracts, subject to review by the
       county attorney as to form and legality:

       A.     Contracts for substance abuse treatment at existing rates through December 31, 2011, or until
              implementation of the new provider-enrollment and rate-setting process by the Department of
              Human Services, whichever comes first:

              (1)    Contract #2009-2289 with Anthony Louis Center, Blaine

                     $335.71 residential program/first day (0%)
                     $271.57 per day (0%) residential substance abuse treatment
                     $93.01 per day (0%) for residential treatment room and board
                     $50.82 per hour (0%) for non-residential treatment
                     $50.82 per hour (0%) for continuing non-residential treatment

              (2)    Contract #2009-2290 with Community Addiction Recovery Enterprise, Anoka

                     $265.30 per day (0%) for residential treatment
                     $334 per day (0%) for MI/CD residential treatment
                     $29.13 per hour (0%) for non-residential treatment
                     $26.01 per hour (0%) for relapse treatment
                     $26.01 (0%) for continuing outpatient treatment

              (3)    Contract #2009-2291 with Grace Counseling Services, Ham Lake, at $21.61 per hour
                     (0%) for non-residential treatment for adults.

              (4)    Contract #2009-2169 with Minnesota Alternatives, Columbia Heights, at $46.45 per
                     hour (0%) for non-residential treatment.

              (5)    Contract #2009-2292 with Regions Hospital New Connection Programs, Coon
                     Rapids, at $37.96 per hour (0%) for evaluation and treatment, and $29.73 per hour
                     (0%) for continued outpatient treatment.

              (6)    Contract #2009-2293 with Riverplace Counseling Center, Anoka

                     $20.74 per hour (0%) for non-residential treatment
                     $26.11 per hour (0%) for intensive non-residential treatment
                     $21.57 per hour (0%) for relapse prevention program
                     $20.74 per hour (0%) for continuum of care

              (7)    Contract #2009-2294 with Specialized Treatment Services, Minneapolis

                     $12.78 per day (0%) for methadone maintenance/withdrawal
                     $22.42 per day (0%) for buprenorphine maintenance/withdrawal
                     $26.56 per hour (0%) for primary non-residential
                     $45.40 per day (0%) for primary non-residential, plus methadone
                     $57.73 per day (0%) for primary non-residential, plus buprenorphine
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              (8)    Contract #2009-2295 with Transformation House, Anoka

                     Men’s program in Anoka:

                     $192.84 per day (0%) for Phase I residential
                     $98.11 per day (0%) for Phase II residential
                     $21.96 per hour (0%) for non-residential treatment

                     Women’s Program in Anoka and Fridley

                     $194.25 per day (0%) for Phase I residential
                     $98.82 per day (0%) for Phase II residential
                     $22.11 per hour (0%) for non-residential treatment

       B.     Contract #2010-2314 with Meridian Services, Inc., (renewal) for case management services
              for persons with developmental disabilities at $30,757.38 per month (+.2%), and $254.17 per
              client per month (0%) for VA/DD targeted case management from January 1, 2011, through
              December 31, 2011, with a contract maximum of $369,089 (+14.5%).

       C.     Contract #2010-2283 (renewal) with Anoka County Community Corrections for residential
              treatment, non-secure program, and emergency shelter care at $186 per day (+1.8%) for
              shelter care or residential treatment, and $183 per day (+2.5%) for juvenile sex offender
              placements from January 1, 2011, through December 31, 2011.

       Commissioner Kordiak seconded the motion. Upon roll call vote, motion carried unanimously.

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MENTAL HEALTH

3.     Commissioner Sivarajah made motion approving the following, subject to review by the county
       attorney as to form and legality:

       A.     Cooperative Agreement, Anoka County Contract #2010-2166, with Carver, Dakota,
              Hennepin, Ramsey, Scott, and Washington Counties to establish and coordinate children’s
              mental health crisis capacity in the metropolitan area through policy development, planning,
              and service-related activities.

       B.     Contract #2010-2240 with Rise, Inc., for housing supports for persons with serious mental
              illness at $11,884.14 per month (+1.43%) from January 1, 2011, through December 31, 2011,
              with a contract maximum of $142,610 (+1.43%).

       C.     Contract #2010-2241 with South Metro Human Services, St. Paul, for Assertive Community
              Treatment (ACT) at $6,354.58 per month (0%) funding for non-Medical Assistance
              reimbursable supported employment and client specific flexible funds, and $183.61 per day
              (0%) from January 1, 2011, through December 31, 2011, with a contract maximum of
              $189,520.50 (+14.44%).

       D.     Contract #2010-2233 (renewal) with Community Options Fridley for intensive residential
              treatment services at $298.50 per day (+12.41%) from January 1, 2011, through December
              31, 2011, with a contract maximum of $103,920.50 (+30%).

       E.     Contract #2010-2310 (renewal) with People, Incorporated, St. Paul, for adult mental health
              targeted case management at $219.60 per client per month (+2%) from January 1, 2011,
              through December 31, 2011, with a contract maximum of $46,935 (0%).

       Commissioner West seconded the motion. Upon roll call vote, motion carried unanimously.

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COMMUNITY HEALTH & ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES

4.     Commissioner Sivarajah made motion approving the following, subject to review by the county
       attorney as to form and legality:

       A.     Contract #2010-2292 (renewal) with Fifth Avenue Dental, Anoka, for general dental services,
              telephone consultations for inmates and detainees of the Anoka County jail and correctional
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              facilities, and education to correctional health staff at the following rates from January 1,
              2011, through December 31, 2011.

              $68 Problem-focused exam (0%)
              $120 Panorex x-ray (+3.4%)
              $26 Periapical x-ray single film (0%)
              $22 Periapical x-ray, each additional (0%)
              $155 Routine single extraction (0%)
              $155 Removal of exposed roots (0%)
              $281 Surgical removal of erupted tooth (0%)
              $304 Surgical removal of impacted tooth (+.03%)
              $378 Alveoloplasty (+42.6%)
              $126 Sedative filling/palliative treatment (0%)
              $239 Incise and drain abscess (0%)
              $126 Emergency palliative treatment (0%)
              $36 Analgesia (0%)
              $54 Four bite-wing x-rays (0%)
              $120 Full-mouth series x-rays (+3.4%)
              $68 Comprehensive oral exam (0%)

       B.     Contract #2010-2294 (renewal) with Nystrom and Associates, Ltd., New Brighton, for
              psychiatric and consultation services for correctional health inmates at $227.98 per hour
              (+1.5%) from January 1, 2011, through December 31, 2011.

       C.     Contract #2010-2326 with Stericycle, Bannockburn, IL, in the amount of $750 on hazardous
              waste transport and disposal from December 1, 2010, through December 31, 2011.

       D.     Contract #2010-2324 with Hoisington Koegler Group, Inc., Minneapolis, in the amount of up
              to $80,000 for Statewide Health Improvement Program (SHIP) grant writing services from
              December 1, 2010, through June 30, 2011.

       E.     Amendment to the Women, Infants and Children (WIC) Grant Project Agreement, Anoka
              County Contract #2010-2200, incorporating a peer breastfeeding support program, and
              authorizing to enter into Contract #2010-2325 with Kathleen Fulwider in an amount of up to
              $15,600 for lactation consulting from January 1, 2011, through September 30, 2011.

       F.     Contract #2010-2332 (joint powers agreement) among Anoka County and the cities of
              Anoka, Blaine, Centerville, Circle Pines, Coon Rapids, Fridley, Lexington, Lino Lakes,
              Ramsey, and Spring Lake Park for implementation of the wellhead protection plan.

       Commissioner Kordiak seconded the motion. Upon roll call vote, motion carried unanimously.

                                                *****

5.     Commissioner Sivarajah offered the following resolution and moved its adoption:

                                          RESOLUTION #2010-153

                     APPROVING INCOME MAINTENANCE ACTIONS AND PAYMENTS


               BE IT RESOLVED that the Anoka County Board of Commissioners does hereby approve
       and ratify the following client actions of the Anoka County Income Maintenance Department for
       October 2010: Medical Assistance and General Assistance medical payments in the amount of
       $137,932.25 as set forth in the Monthly Income Maintenance Actions and Payments Authorization
       document on file in Human Services Administration

       Upon roll call vote, motion carried unanimously. Resolution declared adopted.
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6.     Commissioner Sivarajah offered the following resolution and moved its adoption:

                                             RESOLUTION #2010-154

                         APPROVING COOPERATING AGREEMENT (#2010-2166)
                         FOR CHILDREN’S MENTAL HEALTH CRISIS SERVICES


               WHEREAS, the State of Minnesota has provided funding to the metropolitan counties
       specifically to improve children’s mental health crisis services; and,

              WHEREAS, as part of the funding provided, the state has required that services across the
       counties be consistent and of a similar level and intensity; and,

               WHEREAS, the proposed seven-county collaborative, Metro Children’s Crisis Services
       (MetrCCS), has developed the proposed agreement to formalize the relationships among the counties
       and in turn, with the state, for this effort to create an improved set of crisis mental health services for
       children; and,

               WHEREAS, it addresses liability issues for the fiscal agent being served by Ramsey County
       for the other participating counties, and for our community partners; and,

              WHEREAS, the proposed cooperative agreement has been reviewed by the County
       Attorney’s Office in each county and is modeled on the agreement currently being used for
       supportive housing; and,

                WHEREAS, the mental health staff within county departments and community agencies
       worked extensively over the last five years to develop a structure, work plan, and financial plan for
       the utilization of state and other money to provide these services; and,

              WHEREAS, the structure has also had the additional benefit of enabling counties and
       community agencies to have a more consistent and successful relationship with health plans that are
       responsible for funding this service for the individuals they cover; and,

                WHEREAS, overall, the seven-county collaborative for children’s mental health crisis
       services has resulted in the sharing of available resources which has enabled county and community
       staff to serve additional children with mental health needs:

              NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Anoka County Board of Commissioners
       approves the MetrCCS agreement with Anoka, Carver, Dakota, Hennepin, Scott, and Washington
       Counties for children’s mental health crisis services.

               BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Anoka County Board of Commissioners authorizes
       the board chair to sign the agreement.

       Upon roll call vote, motion carried unanimously. Resolution declared adopted.

7.     Commissioners Sivarajah, Erhart, West, Lang, Kordiak, Berg, and LeDoux offered the following
       resolution and moved its adoption:

                                             RESOLUTION #2010-155

                                   REAPPOINTING DR. QUINN STROBL AS
                                   ANOKA COUNTY MEDICAL EXAMINER


             WHEREAS, the Anoka County Board of Commissioners appoints the Anoka County
       Medical Examiner in accordance with Minn. Stat. Section 390.005 and provides funds to support the
       Medical Examiner’s Office; and,

             WHEREAS, Dr. Quinn Strobl has ably served Anoka County citizens as Anoka County
       Medical Examiner since January 1, 2010:

               NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Anoka County Board of Commissioners
       that Dr. Quinn Strobl is hereby re-appointed as the Anoka County Medical Examiner under Minn.
       Stat. Chap. 390 from January 1, 2011, through December 31, 2014.
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               BE IT FINALLY RESOLVED that a copy of this resolution be forwarded to the county
       attorney, county administrator, Human Services division manager, medical examiner, Finance and
       Central Services division manager, Risk and Procurement manager, and Human Resources director.

       Motion carried unanimously. Resolution declared adopted.

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Commissioner West presented the Information Services Committee report from the meeting of
November 16, 2010. All items were of an informational nature and required no board action. (Report is on
file in the County Administration Office.)

                                           **********

Commissioner Erhart presented the Intergovernmental and Community Relations Committee report from the
meeting of November 16, 2010.

1.     Commissioner Kordiak made motion approving the 2011 Anoka County Legislative Platform as
       reviewed at the November 16 Intergovernmental and Community Relations Committee Meeting.
       (Platform is on file in the County Administration Office.) Commissioner Berg seconded the motion.

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       Commissioner Sivarajah made motion amending the motion to have the recommendation of the Tax
       and Fiscal Policy Item - C) Minnesota REDESIGN read: “The Minnesota Legislature provide
       leadership solutions for government collaboration, as well as a reduction in unfunded mandates.”
       Commissioner Berg seconded the motion. Motion to amend carried unanimously.

                                                ****

       Commissioner Sivarajah made motion amending the original motion removing the Transportation L)
       Plat Review item from the platform packet. Commissioner West seconded the motion.

                                                  **

       Commissioner Sivarajah made motion calling the question. Commissioner Kordiak seconded the
       motion. Upon roll call vote, motion to amend carried unanimously.

                                                ****

       Commissioner Kordiak made motion amending the original motion to remove the following
       language from the title portion of the Tax and Fiscal Policy Item A) County Program Aid: “Do Not
       Cut it Disproportionately.” Commissioner Sivarajah seconded the motion. Motion carried
       unanimously.

                                                ****

       Motion approving the 2011 Anoka County Legislative Platform as amended carried unanimously.

2.     Relating to inclusion of the following individual issues in the 2011 Anoka County Legislative
       Platform:

       A.     Commissioner Berg made motion to include Item F, the Levy for County-Wide Public Safety
              issue in the 2011 platform. Commissioner Kordiak seconded the motion. Motion carried
              unanimously.

       B.     Commissioner Sivarajah made motion to include Item Z1, the Long-Term Care Insurance -
              Allow County Employees to be on the State’s Program issue in the 2011 platform.
              Commissioner Lang seconded the motion. Motion carried unanimously.

       C.     Commissioner Kordiak made motion to include Item Z2, the Legal Notice Mandate Relief
              issue in the 2011 platform. Commissioner Sivarajah seconded the motion. Motion carried
              unanimously.

       D.     Commissioner Kordiak made motion to include Item Z3, the Increase in Notary Fees issue in
              the 2011 platform. Commissioner West seconded the motion. Motion carried unanimously.
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From the Meeting of November 23, 2010                                                               Page 233


          E.     Commissioner Erhart made motion to include Item Z4, the Repeal of State Statute for
                 Mississippi River Corridor Critical Area (MRCCA) Rulemaking issue in the 2011 platform.
                 Commissioner Lang seconded the motion. Motion carried unanimously.

          F.     Commissioner Erhart made motion to include Item Z5, the Variances - Revise Law Due to
                 Supreme Court Decisions issue in the 2011 platform. Commissioner Lang seconded the
                 motion. Motion carried unanimously.

          G.     Commissioner West made motion to include Item Z6, the Broadband Project Bonding issue
                 in the 2011 platform. Commissioner Kordiak seconded the motion. Motion carried
                 unanimously.

          H.     Commissioner Erhart made motion to include Item P, the Northern Lights Express (NLX) -
                 Bonding Funding issue in the 2011 platform. Commissioner Berg seconded the motion.
                 Commissioners Berg, LeDoux, Erhart, Lang, and Kordiak voted “yes.” Commissioners
                 Sivarajah and West voted “no.” Motion carried.

                                                    **********

Commissioner LeDoux presented the Public Safety Committee Chair report.

Sheriff

1.        Commissioner Sivarajah made motion approving and executing the following 2011 law enforcement
          contracts:

          A.     City of Columbus. The city agrees to pay the county the sum of $252,617.00 (Contract
                 #2010-0282). Contract services include but are not limited to:

                 (1)      8-hours per day, seven days per week of patrol service;
                 (2)      Assign a deputy as a School Resource Officer for the period of January 1, 2011,
                          through June 9, 2011, who will provide eight (8) consecutive hours per day, five days
                          per week of daily school resource officer service, which will be shared equitably
                          between Linwood Township and the City of Columbus; and,
                 (3)      Assign a Community Service Officer for the period of January 1, 2011, through
                          December 31, 2011, to provide coverage at a rate of five hours per week, or two
                          hundred sixty (260) hours annually.

          B.     Township of Linwood. The township agrees to pay the sum of $237,122.00 (Contract
                 #2010-0283). Contract services include but are not limited to:

                 (1)      8-hours per day, seven days per week of patrol service; and,
                 (2)      Assign a deputy as a School Resource Officer for the period of January 1, 2011,
                          through June 9, 2011, who will provide eight (8) consecutive hours per day, five days
                          per week of daily school resource officer service, which will be shared equitably
                          between Linwood Township and the City of Columbus.

          (Contracts are on file in the County Administration Office.)

          Commissioner Lang seconded the motion. Upon roll call vote, motion carried unanimously.

                                                **********

Commissioner Kordiak presented the Benefits and Compensation Committee report from the meeting of
October 25, 2010.

1.        Commissioner Kordiak offered the following resolution and moved its adoption:

                                               RESOLUTION #2010-156

                         ESTABLISHING COMPENSATION AND EXPENSE AMOUNTS
                       FOR ANOKA COUNTY EMPLOYEES, UNCLASSIFIED EMPLOYEES,
                         APPOINTED DIVISION MANAGERS, DEPARTMENT HEADS,
                            ELECTED OFFICIALS AND COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
                                              FOR 2011
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From the Meeting of November 23, 2010                                                               Page 234


                WHEREAS, the Anoka County Board of Commissioners has established, as a matter of
       policy, that employment with Anoka County should be as attractive as possible from a career
       perspective and that the compensation plan for Anoka County employees, division managers,
       department heads, and elected officials shall be founded on the principle of equitable and adequate
       compensation; and further, that said compensation plan shall be as competitive as possible in order to
       attract and retain people of the highest caliber so that the citizens of Anoka County can be assured
       that their best interests are being served; and,

              WHEREAS, adjustments to compensation levels of governmental units are considered on an
       annual basis; and,

              WHEREAS, the total compensation package must be affordable for Anoka County; and,

               WHEREAS, the compensation levels of non-bargaining unit employees, unclassified
       employees, division managers, department heads, and elected officials for 2011 need to be
       established before the end of this year; and,

               WHEREAS, the Personnel Rules and Regulations of Anoka County, Minnesota, adopted by
       the county board, provide that the director of Human Resources shall annually review the salary
       levels and make recommended changes; and,

                WHEREAS, the director of Human Resources has completed said review for program year
       2011 and has recommended to the Anoka County Board of Commissioners that adjustments be made
       to the exempt and non-exempt salary schedules of Anoka County, as well as the potential salary rate
       of all county employees, except for specific exclusions as are on file in Human Resources:

               NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the total salary budget for regular, non-
       bargaining unit county employees, unclassified employees, division managers, and department heads
       for 2011 shall be arrived at by applying to those current salaries a percentage increase consisting of a
       0% general adjustment effective on January 1, 2011, and an additional percentage as designated in
       the 2011 budget, which establishes a potential merit pool effective January 1, 2011. On January 1,
       2011, the exempt and non-exempt salary schedules are adjusted upward by 3%, and individual
       established salaries of non-bargaining unit county employees, unclassified employees, the county
       administrator, division managers, and department heads will not increase by a general adjustment,
       and may increase by a performance-based range movement distributed on the basis of job
       performance, as are on file in Human Resources, subject to the availability of funds. The approval
       authority for these job performance increases is hereby delegated to the Management Committee.
       For 2011, the county attorney’s annual salary shall be $141,000 and the value of the sheriff’s salary
       and allowable vehicle expenses shall be $128,500.

               BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that regular county employees who are in collective
       bargaining agreements with the county, temporary employees, or employees considered by the
       Human Resources Department to be ineligible for salary increases are specifically excluded from the
       pay increase portion of this resolution and all other matters covering terms and conditions of
       employment except as provided in this paragraph. Pay increases for union employees are governed
       by their collective bargaining agreements.

               BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that pursuant to the Laws of Minnesota 2005, Chapter 28, an
       expense allowance, in lieu of seven-county metropolitan area mileage and other unreimbursed
       business-related county expenses, for county commissioners and chair of the county board shall be in
       the amount maximum as was authorized in Resolution #2004-163. These expense allowances shall
       be in addition to the 2011 annual salary figure stated below and shall be treated as compensation
       except to the extent for which the funds are expended and accounted for.

              BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Anoka County commissioners’ annualized salary for
       2011 will remain at $59,945, pursuant to the provisions of M.S. § 375.055.

              BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the elected officials of Anoka County shall be entitled to
       the same benefits as provided other Anoka County employees, except for flexible time off and
       extended medical benefit.

              BE IT FINALLY RESOLVED that this resolution is posted on the official county bulletin
       board and copies be forwarded immediately to each department of the county, the Association of
       Minnesota Counties, and the Minnesota Inter-County Association.

       Upon roll call vote, Commissioners Berg, LeDoux, Erhart, Lang, and Kordiak voted “yes.”
       Commissioners Sivarajah and West voted “no.” Resolution declared adopted.
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Commissioner Kordiak made motion renewing Contract #2010-0340 with Midwest Medical Insurance
Company Group (MMIC), 7650 Edinborough Way, Suite 400, Minneapolis, MN 55435, for Medical
Professions Professional Liability insurance for a one-year period ending January 1, 2012, in an annual
amount of $13,612. Commissioner Lang seconded the motion. Upon roll call vote, motion carried
unanimously.

                                           **********

Commissioner Kordiak made motion approving Contract #2010-0339 with Arthur J. Gallagher, 3600
American Blvd. W, Suite 500, Bloomington, MN 55431, for insurance broker services assisting in marketing
and renewing insurance policies and other areas of risk management, for a one-year term ending October
2011 with an option to renew for two additional one-year terms, in an annual amount of $37,500.
Commissioner Berg seconded the motion. Upon roll call vote, motion carried unanimously.

                                           **********

Commissioner Berg made motion approving the following committee appointments:

1.     Appointing Phil Knutson as a member-at-large representative to the Community Corrections
       Advisory Board for a term expiring November 2012.

2.     Appointing Evelyn Grant, Child Development Services Coordinator, Anoka/Washington Head Start,
       as a citizen representative to the Anoka Area Interagency Early Intervention Committee from July 1,
       2010, through June 30, 2011.

Commissioner LeDoux seconded the motion. Motion carried unanimously.

                                           **********

The county board meeting was adjourned at 12:26 p.m.

                                                    COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS
ATTEST:                                             ANOKA COUNTY, MINNESOTA




By: ___________________________________             By: ___________________________________
   Terry L. Johnson                                    Dennis D. Berg, its Chair
   County Administrator


     Motion carried means all commissioners in attendance voted affirmatively unless otherwise noted.

				
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