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									                                MEETING OF THE RUSK COUNTY
                                   BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
                                     SEPTEMBER 30, 2003
                                          7:00 P.M.

Meeting called to order at 7:00 p.m. by Chair Randy Tatur.

Roll Call. Present-20. Absent-1. Present: DuSell, Herrmann, Svoma, Wester, Halmstad, Solsrud at
7:02 p.m., Kaiser, Tatur, D. Taylor, Meisegeier, Skogen, Ellmann, Willingham, Bricco, Hofacker,
Platteter, Jonas, C. Taylor at 7:05 p.m., Schneider, Golat. Absent: Rosolowski.

Invocation given by Reverend Tim Stoller of Abundant Life Assembly of God Church, Ladysmith.

Pledge of Allegiance led by Chair Randy Tatur.

APPROVAL OF MINUTES

Motion by Bricco, second by Golat to approve the minutes of August 26, 2003. Motion carried by aye
vote.

PROCLAMATION – THE LABOR DAY COMMUNITY BLOCK PARTY

Read to County Board by Chair Tatur.

WHEREAS, the Labor Day Community Block Party held September 1, 2003 in memory of the Labor
Day Tornado of 2002, was an event that brought our community together once again, a community that
has seen destruction, sadness, healing and rebuilding. The event served as a reminder that people
working together can accomplish great things; and

WHEREAS, this event was the result of a dedicated effort on the part of the planning committee, the
people who worked or participated in any way, those who so generously donated food, beverage,
supplies, prizes, donations, time and their talent, all working together to make this day a success, and
the many people that attended.

NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Rusk County Board of Supervisors hereby
acknowledges all those who helped make this event a success, and express our sincere appreciation for
their effort.

Submitted by Randy Tatur, Chairman Rusk County Board of Supervisors

Motion by Skogen, second by Ellmann to adopt. Proclamation adopted by aye vote.

CORRESPONDENCE

Chair Tatur informed the board of a letter from Canadian National Railway regarding possible
abandonment of railways in Rusk County and their request for assistance in identifying environmental
concerns.

RECOGNIZE SPECIAL GROUPS AND INDIVIDUALS

Discussion on allowing public comment during County Board meetings. Joseph Perlongo encouraged
the County Board to allow individuals to bring issues to the attention of County Board members.
Corporation Counsel commented the County Code and open meeting law allow the Chair discretion to
deviate from the agenda and allow public comment.       Discussion in favor of allowing pubic comment
with restraints and working through committees first. William Volkman questioned authority of
placement of notice regarding public comment in the newspaper. Jerome Gillis, Clerk for Big Falls
Township, commented that time should be set aside for public comment. Rosemary Schmit, of the
Labor Day Block Party Committee, thanked the Chair for the proclamation and passed out a financial
statement for the event noting that no funds from the County or City were used and any remaining
funds will be donated to the Rusk County Historical Society to help cover costs of tornado related
displays.
(County Board Meeting of September 30, 2003 cont. Page 2)
RIVER PROTECTION GRANT

Cece Tesky provided a history of the Shoreland Friends, a project initiated by Wisconsin County Code
Administrators to educate shoreland property owners with informational packets, a lending library, and
workshops. The Shoreland Friends no longer exists, although some members did form a waterway
group. Ralph Heuschele, of the Rusk County Waters Alliance, commented this is the only presently
formed group that qualifies to receive the grant and the group is interested in representing all the
waterways in Rusk County in educating the public. Wayne Pollack, president of Island Chain of
Lakes POA, encouraged reformation of Shoreland Friends to include all water associations. Meg
Marshall, of the Rusk County Waters Alliance, wants to use the River Protection Grant funds as seed
money for a waterways monitoring program. Andy Albarado explained the DNR grant expires the
end of this year and $1,800 of the $10,000 grant is available for an association, the remainder is for
development of a relocation guide. Motion by D. Taylor, second by Jonas that the grant be tabled
until the board has more input from the public and to request an extension from the DNR. Roll call
vote. Voting yes-9. Voting no-11. Voting yes: Solsrud, Kaiser, D. Taylor, Jonas, C. Taylor,
Herrmann, Svoma, Halmstad, Tatur. Voting no: Meisegeier, Skogen, Ellmann, Willingham, Bricco,
Hofacker, Platteter, Schneider, Golat, DuSell, Wester. Motion to table defeated by roll call vote.
Tesky read the original resolution from March 2002 that approved the grant application. Motion by
Platteter, second by Bricco to authorize Rusk County Waters Alliance to receive the $1,800 grant
funds. Schneider commented in favor the RCWA based on their work on the Jump River.
Discussion on giving the funds to an existing organization, the board’s understanding of the issue, and
the grant requirement to serve the entire county. Motion by Solsrud, second by Halmstad to postpone
and that Albarado be directed to apply for an extension. Roll call. Voting yes-9. Voting no-11.
Voting yes: Kaiser, D. Taylor, Jonas, C. Taylor, Herrmann, Svoma, Halmstad, Solsrud, Tatur. Voting
no: Meisegeier, Skogen, Ellmann, Willingham, Bricco, Hofacker, Platteter, Schneider, Golat, DuSell,
Wester. Motion to postpone defeated by roll call vote. Robert Lorkowski commented the amount of
money is not as important as the support of the board. Roll call. Voting yes-12. Voting no-8.
Voting yes: Meisegeier, Skogen, Ellmann, Willingham, Bricco, Hofacker, Platteter, Schneider, Golat,
DuSell, Wester, Tatur. Voting no: D. Taylor, Jonas, C. Taylor, Herrmann, Svoma, Halmstad,
Solsrud, Kaiser. Motion granting funds to RCWA carried by aye vote.

RESOLUTION #03-55 FEE FOR DISINTERMENT AND REINTERMENT PERMIT FROM
RUSK COUNTY CORONER’S OFFICE

WHEREAS, Wisconsin State Statute 69.18(4) defines the duties of the Coroner in regard to
disinterment and reinterment; and

WHEREAS, there is a need to hold the county tax levy in line; and

WHEREAS, the Sheriff’s Committee has reviewed the need for those requesting disinterment and
reinterment to pay for said service, and recommend that the Rusk County Board of Supervisors set the
disinterment and reinterment fee at $100.00

NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, by the Rusk County Board of Supervisors that the
disinterment and reinterment fee of $100.00 be set for the signing of the “Disinterment Permit” form
by the Rusk County Coroner and that the fee will be placed in the Revenue Reimbursement line item
100-04-46143 within the Coroner’s 2004 budget.

Submitted by Sheriff’s Committee: S/Skogen, Platteter, Golat, Bricco.

Motion by Platteter, second by Skogen to adopt. Resolution adopted by aye vote.

Recess at 8:23 p.m. Reconvene at 8:38 p.m.

RESOLUTION #03-56 PARTICIPATION IN NWRPC HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTE
PROGRAM

WHEREAS, Americans generate 1.6 million tons of household hazardous waste each year and the
average home can accumulate as much as 100 pounds per year; and
(County Board Meeting of September 30, 2003 cont. Page 3)
WHEREAS, household hazardous waste is toxic and cannot be disposed of in the landfill or washed
down the drain; and

WHEREAS, the Rusk County Recycling Department receives many calls each year regarding
hazardous waste; and

WHEREAS, Northwest Regional Planning Commission administers a 10-county collection program of
which Rusk County previously was a member; and

WHEREAS, participation includes two days of household hazardous waste collection in the county,
very small quantity generator (VSQG) program, agricultural waste collection services, fluorescent
bulbs, oil filters and computer collection; and

WHEREAS, the 2003 Clean Sweep generated over 20,000 pounds of hazardous waste, the largest ever
in the 10-county consortium; and

WHEREAS, the Ladysmith Area Safety Council has informed the Rusk County Recycling Department
of their interest in continuing their participation in this program and has volunteered their members to
staff this event on an annual basis; and

WHEREAS, no county levy is required.

NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that Rusk County participate in the 2004 Household
Hazardous Waste Clean Sweep Program at a cost of $8,289.00, with funding to be provided from
internally generated funds collected by the Rusk County Recycling Department.

Submitted by the Recycling Committee.

Motion by Jonas, second by Schneider to adopt.          Jonas commented on the successful 2003 Clean
Sweep. Resolution adopted by aye vote.

RESOLUTION #03-57 ELECTED OFFICIALS SALARIES/DISASTER PAY

WHEREAS, a Payroll List for the September 2, 2002 Rusk County Tornado Disaster was distributed
to the public at the request of the Rusk County Board of Supervisors at their November 12, 2002
meeting, which disclosed payments made to some elected officials during the months of September
and October, 2002, that resulted in total annual salaries in excess of that allowed by State Statute; and

WHEREAS, State Statute 59.22 (1)(a) 1. reads as follows: The board shall, before the earliest time for
filing nomination papers for any elective office to be voted on in the county, other than supervisors and
circuit judges, which officer is paid in whole or part from the county treasury, establish the total annual
compensation for services to be paid to the officer exclusive of reimbursements for expenses out-of-
pocket provided for in Sub. (3). Except as provided in subd. 2., the annual compensation may be
established by resolution or ordinance, on a basis of straight salary, fees, or part salary and part fees,
and if the compensation established is a salary, or part salary and part fees, it shall be in lieu of all fees,
including per diem and other forms of compensation for services rendered, except those specifically
reserved to the officer in the resolution or ordinance. The compensation established shall not be
increased nor diminished during the officer’s term and shall remain for ensuing terms unless changed
by the board. Court fees shall not be used for compensation for county officers; and

WHEREAS, State Statute 59.22 (1)(a) 2. reads as follows: The board shall establish the annual
compensation of the sheriff as straight salary. No portion of that salary may include or be based on
retention of fees by the sheriff. No portion of that salary may be based on providing food to prisoners
under s.302.27(1). This subdivision does not prohibit the reimbursement of a sheriff for actual and
necessary expenses; and

WHEREAS, the Sheriff’s salary for 2002 was set at $45,589.00 by Resolution #02-31 recorded on
page 344 of the official minutes of the May 28, 2002 meeting of the Rusk County Board of
Supervisors. Tornado Disaster payment records indicate that Dean C. Meyer, Sheriff, received
disaster pay of $1,988.13, this caused an excess in salary above that set at the time of his taking office;
and
(County Board Meeting of September 30, 2003 cont. Page 4)
WHEREAS, the County Clerk’s salary for 2002 was set at $39,943.00 by Resolution #02-31 recorded
on page 344 of the official minutes of the May 28, 2002 meeting of the Rusk County Board of
Supervisors. Tornado Disaster payment records indicate that Melanie Meyer, County Clerk, received
disaster pay of $733.28, this caused an excess in salary above that set at the time of her taking office;
and

WHEREAS Sheriff Meyer and former Clerk Melanie Meyer have donated net proceeds of $1,988.13
for Sheriff pay and $733.28 for Clerk pay as repayment.

NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that these excess payments be returned to Rusk County; and

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that 60 days is granted for the return of the excess payments or a
repayment agreement with the Rusk County Finance Committee; and

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that if the excess salaries are not repaid or a repayment agreement is
not in place at the end of the 60 day period, Corporation Counsel is directed to immediately file Court
action for its recovery.

Submitted by: Kaiser.

Motion by Kaiser, second by D. Taylor to adopt. Floor open for pubic comment. William Volkman
inquired if an Attorney General opinion has been obtained. Corporation Counsel responded an
opinion has been requested.        Corporation Counsel noted based on the statute there is a question as
to whether these payments should have been made. Motion by Platteter, second by Kaiser to postpone
this matter until we get an opinion from the Attorney General. Sheriff Meyer requested board vote
down the postponement and consider the resolution tonight. Roll call vote. Voting yes-5. Voting
no-15. Voting yes: Platteter, Jonas, C. Taylor, Herrmann, Halmstad. Voting no: Meisegeier,
Skogen, Ellmann, Willingham, Bricco, Hofacker, Schneider, Golat, DuSell, Svoma, Wester, Solsrud,
Kaiser, D. Taylor, Tatur. Motion defeated by roll call vote. Discussion on circumstantial payment
for extraordinary need and on the September 2002 unanimous support of the board approving disaster
pay for employees, appointed and elected officials. Jim Moss commented on the ethics of county
board members in not bringing forward all who received disaster pay. Melanie Meyer commented on
the manner in which issue has been brought forward. Sheriff Meyer asked the board who drafted last
month’s resolution. Halmstad and the County Clerk responded they did not draft the resolution.
Sheriff Meyer announced he and Melanie Meyer paid the money back on September 13th in the
amounts of $1,988.13 from the sheriff and $733.28 from Melanie Meyer, and requested the resolution
be amended to require Halmstad to pay his money back. Corporation Counsel responded the
resolution can not be amended due to differing statutes and lack of notice to the public. D. Taylor
read letter Tatur drafted authorizing overtime pay and questioned if a county board member is an
elected official. Willingham suggested amending the resolution to include that the disaster pay was
authorized as the result of a county board decision and offer apologies to the sheriff and former clerk.
Motion by Willingham to amend resolution with addition of “Be it Further Resolved that the Rusk
County Board of Supervisors offers its sincere apologies for the unnecessary and undeserved negative
publicity visited upon these elected officials as a result of the unlawful action taken by the board.”
Corporation Counsel advised not adopting the amendment. Motion dies for lack of second.
Discussion on withdrawing or postponing the resolution. Motion by Jonas, second by C. Taylor to
postpone resolution indefinitely. Corporation Counsel advised adoption of the resolution requiring
repayment. Jonas withdraws motion to postpone. Motion by Willingham, second by Skogen to insert
a paragraph “WHEREAS Sheriff Meyer and former Clerk Melanie Meyer have donated net proceeds
of $1,988.13 for Sheriff pay and $733.28 for Clerk pay as repayment.” Motion to amend carried by
aye vote. Motion by Meisegeier, second by Ellmann to delete in the 4th paragraph under Sheriff
salary “$2,816.79” and insert “$1,988.13”; and to delete in the 5th paragraph under Clerk salary
“$988.66” and insert “$733.28.” Discussion on using net salary figures vs. gross. Roll call vote.
Voting yes-13. Voting no-6. Abstain-1. Voting yes: Skogen, Ellmann, Willingham, Bricco,
Hofacker, Schneider, Golat, DuSell, Herrmann, Svoma, Wester, Meisegeier, Tatur. Voting no:
Platteter, Jonas, C. Taylor, Solsrud, Kaiser, D. Taylor. Abstain: Halmstad. Motion to amend carried
by aye vote. Roll call on resolution as amended. Voting yes-6. Voting no-13. Abstain-1. Voting
yes: Jonas, C. Taylor, Herrmann, Solsrud, Kaiser, D. Taylor. Voting no: Ellmann, Willingham,
Bricco, Hofacker, Platteter, Schneider, Golat, DuSell, Svoma, Wester, Meisegeier, Skogen, Tatur.
Abstain: Halmstad. Resolution defeated by roll call vote.
(County Board Meeting of September 30, 2003 cont. Page 5)
Recess at 10:25 p.m. Reconvene at 10:43 p.m.

RESOLUTION #03-58 H & H SERVICES JUVENILE DETENTION OPTION

WHEREAS, under Wisconsin Statutes 938.355(6d) a County Board Resolution must be passed so as to
allow a social worker/social service worker to detain a juvenile for up to 72 hours to investigate a
possible violation of the juvenile’s delinquency order; and
WHEREAS, the Human Services Board is recommending that the Children and Family Services
Department have the flexibility of implementing this detention option; and
WHEREAS, the detention cannot be implemented without the approval of the Children and Family
Services Supervisor or designee.

NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, both the Human Services Board and the Rusk County Board
of Supervisors pass this resolution supporting this detention option be available to management of the
Human Services Department and the Juvenile Court.

Submitted by Rusk County Human Services Board: S/Schneider, Golat, DuSell, C. Taylor, Kaiser,
Spangberg, Frafjord, Ellmann, W. Ellmann, Lovely.

Motion by Ellmann, second by Golat to adopt. Sue Hendricks, Children & Family Services
Supervisor, explained the circumstances that would require detention in an Eau Claire facility at a cost
of $150.00 per day which can be court ordered for repayment by the parents. Expected use is up to 10
incidences yearly. Resolution adopted by aye vote.

RESOLUTION #03-59 GATES AVE. INDUSTRIAL AREA LAND OWNERSHIP –
LADYSMITH WATER TOWER SITE

WHEREAS, the City of Ladysmith and Rusk County have previously agreed to pursue redevelopment
of the Gates Ave. Industrial Facility; and

WHEREAS the County has previously agreed to deed a one-half interest in the property to the City
should project assistance be obtained from the Economic Development Administration; and

WHEREAS, since that time the City’s water tower was destroyed as a result of the September 2, 2002
tornado; and

WHEREAS, it has been determined that an appropriate location of a reconstructed water tower would
be in the Gates Ave. Industrial Area; and

WHEREAS, the City desires to reconstruct the water tower on this site and has obtained financial
assistance through their insurance provider and FEMA; and

WHEREAS, for the City to build on this site the assisting agencies require that the City show some
ownership in the property; and

WHEREAS, the City is requesting that the County exchange ownership of land located at the Gates
Ave. manufacturing area to accommodate the water tower site needs; and

WHEREAS, the City is offering an adjacent parcel that is currently owned by the City for the
exchange.

NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Rusk County Board of supervisors does hereby
approve transferring ownership to the City of Ladysmith of Lots 7, 8, 9 of Block 12 of the Ladysmith
Townsite Company’s Second Addition (31,680 sq. ft.) upon the City of Ladysmith transferring
ownership of a parcel legally described as that part of Lots 3-10 in Block 14 and that part of Lots 1-4
in Block 7 of Ladysmith Townsite Company’s Second Addition Lying East of the (now Canadian
National) Railroad. (38,700 sq. ft.), to Rusk County.

Submitted by Finance Committee: S/Halmstad, Solsrud, Skogen, Tatur.
(County Board Meeting of September 30, 2003 cont. Page 6)
Motion by Bricco, second by DuSell to adopt. Andy Albarado explained the ideal location for the
water tower is the Gates Avenue Industrial site to avoid impact on a residential neighborhood. The
County is currently working with the City on a joint rehabilitation of the industrial property. FEMA
and grant funding require city ownership of the property. Resolution adopted by aye vote.

RESOLUTION #03-60 SALE OF FORMER MOUNT SENARIO TRAILER HOMES

WHEREAS, following the September 2, 2002 tornado there was an immediate need for emergency
housing for tornado victims; and

WHEREAS, the Wisconsin Department of Commerce extended financial support to the City of
Ladysmith and Rusk County through Community Development Block Grant-Emergency Assistance
funds; and

WHEREAS, the Department of Commerce allowed a portion of these funds to be used for acquisition
of the former Mount Senario trailer homes for emergency housing purposes; and

WHEREAS, these homes were to be sold at a time when they were no longer being utilized and the
monies returned to the CDBG-Housing funds for the City and County; and

WHEREAS, these homes are no longer being utilized and should be sold as soon as possible; and

WHEREAS, the City has taken the lead in managing the units including insurance and contracting for
upkeep; and

WHEREAS, the City will have to rezone the property for it to be sold as an operating unit.

NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Rusk County Board of Supervisors that it requests the
City immediately take the necessary steps to sell the former Mount Senario trailers and associated
lands including advertising and accepting bids through a public process.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the City of Ladysmith submit to the Rusk County Board the
accepted bid for final approval and following closing transmit 50% of the sale price less expenses to
the County CDBG-housing fund.

Submitted by Property Committee.

Motion by DuSell, second by Herrmann to adopt. Andy explained public notice for rezoning has been
initiated. City prefers not to set a minimum bid. Motion by Kaiser, second by Platteter to add to 2nd
to last paragraph following trailers “and associated lands.” Motion to amend carried by aye vote.
Resolution adopted by aye vote.

RESOLUTION #03-61 TO AMEND COUNTY CODE SECTION 3.03 REGARDING
MILEAGE REIMBURSMENT

WHEREAS, at the direction of the county Board, the Personnel Committee developed guidelines
requiring employees’ use of Rusk County fleet vehicles; and

WHEREAS, County Code Section 3.03 was not amended to reflect these directions.

NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that County Code Section 3.03 be amended to clarify the
Personnel Committee’s authority to have established a policy to supplement the current ordinance
language.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that County Code Section 3.03 is amended as follows:

        3.03    MILEAGE, MEALS AND LODGING REIMBURSEMENT
                1.   MILEAGE. Employees of the County using their personal vehicles for
                     approved County business shall be reimbursed at the current state standard
                     mileage rate or as set forth pursuant to any policy and/or procedure established
(County Board Meeting of September 30, 2003 cont. Page 7)
                         by the Personnel Committee. (In 2002, the mileage rate would be .325 cents
                         per mile.) Effective date is: April 1, 2002.

Submitted by Personnel Committee: S/Willingham, Ellmann, Platteter, Halmstad.

Motion by Jonas, second by Willingham to adopt. Willingham explained amendment to county code
as underlined. Resolution adopted by aye vote.

OWNER REDEMPTION OF TAX DEED PROPERTY

Tatur explained the Herrick family has requested to pay back taxes on property taken for tax deed in
June 2003. This property has been owned by the family since the early 1900’s and subsequently
divided amongst heirs. Discussion on redemption policy and benefit to county to return the property.
Motion by D. Taylor, second by Svoma to support request of the family and allow the redemption of
the property. Motion carried by aye vote.

LEGAL FEES – GARVEY, ANDERSON, JOHNSON, GERACI & MIRR, S.C.

Motion by Halmstad, second by Solsrud to bring item back on the floor. Motion carried by aye vote.
Jonas has negotiated with legal firm to accept $1,200.00 as payment in full. Discussion on county
setting precedence for County board members hiring their own attorneys vs. the insurance company
providing legal representation. Jonas noted this is a different situation as no legal claim was filed.
Corporation Counsel advised the County has no legal obligation to pay the bill. Motion by D. Taylor,
second by Solsrud that the County pay the legal bill of $1,200.00 from Legal Fees. Corporation
Counsel discussed need for policy setting guidelines for obtaining legal counsel. Roll call vote.
Voting yes-7. Voting no-12. Abstain-1. Voting yes: Willingham, C. Taylor, Svoma, Halmstad,
Solsrud, Kaiser, D. Taylor. Voting no: Bricco, Hofacker, Platteter, Schneider, Golat, DuSell,
Herrmann, Wester, Meisegeier, Skogen, Ellmann, Tatur. Abstain: Jonas. Motion defeated by roll
call vote.

ETHICS BOARD

Discussion on the need for a Rusk County Ethics Board, cost of per diems, and referring complaints
directly to District Attorney. Corporation Counsel noted not all ethics violations are criminal in
nature, the Ethics Board deals with a lesser burden of proof and proceedings are more informal.
Discussion on number of complaints currently before the Ethics Board, actions taken and notification
process.

MINER AVENUE (HOFACKER) LOT

Skogen noted City of Ladysmith requests option to purchase the Miner Avenue lot with no down
payment for one month. Lot is for sale at $25,000.00. Motion by Skogen, second by Willingham to
issue an option to purchase on the Miner Avenue lot. Motion carried by aye vote.

OCTOBER MEETING DATE

Discussion on setting October meeting date to begin work on the 2004 budget, daytime meeting
suggested to allow department administrators to attend and take recommendations back to their
committees. Meeting scheduled for October 28, 2003 at 9:00 a.m.

COUNTY PARTICIPATION IN CITY FIRE STATION

Tatur provided letters from the City of Ladysmith requesting assistance of $100,000.00 in paying for
the new fire station which may include an Emergency Operation Center. An alternative request is to
forgive city debt of $90,000.00 owed to the revolving loan fund. Discussion on housing ambulances
in municipalities and additional emergency vehicles being stored in Ladysmith. Skogen noted RCMH
prefers transfer ambulance be stored at the hospital. Consensus by the Board to deny the request.
(County Board Meeting of September 30, 2003 cont. Page 8)
JOINT MANAGEMENT AGREEMENT

Motion by Halmstad, second by DuSell to postpone decision on Joint Management Agreement until
November meeting. Motion carried by aye vote.

ADJOURNMENT

Motion by Platteter, second by Golat to adjourn. Meeting adjourned at 12:35 a.m.



Denise Nelson, Rusk County Clerk
Cathleen Tappon, Deputy I

								
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