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					             MINUTES OF THE MEETING OF THE CITY COUNCIL
                OF THE CITY OF MOORHEAD, MINNESOTA
                          JANUARY 22, 2008

Pursuant to due call and notice thereof, a regular meeting of the City Council of the City of
Moorhead, Clay County, Minnesota, was duly held in the Council Chambers, City Hall, the day of ,
2008, at 7:00 p.m.

The following members were present for roll call: Mayor Voxland, Council Members Otto, Wray
Williams, Rowell, Hunt, Hintermeyer, Lemke; and the following were absent: Council Members
Bohmer, Winterfeldt-Shanks.

Mayor Voxland and David Ebinger, Police Chief, presented ‘Life Saving Awards’ to Officer Swenson
and Officer Scholla for their respective heroic efforts saving the life of a citizen.

Mayor Voxland proclaimed February 1, 2008 as “Wear Red for Women Day” in recognition of the
importance of the ongoing fight against heart disease and stroke. Mayor Voxland presented a copy
of this proclamation to Karla Haug, “Wear Red for Women Day” and NDSU Student Nurses’
Association.

Brian Arett, Moorhead Human Rights Commission, along with Mayor Voxland’s assistance,
presented the ‘2008 Human Rights Awards’ to: Lynne Kovash, Education; Katie Walker, Zach
Kobrinsky, Zack Zenz, & Emma Hertsgaard, Youth/Young Adult; and Bennett Park Cooperative,
Civic/Community.

Citizens Addressing the Council – No one wished to speak at this time.

The consent agenda was amended by removing the following items:
   •   #14 – Ratify Agreement with Clay County for Temporary Provision of Environmental Health
       Services;
   •   #24 – Authorize Joint Powers Agreement between the City of Moorhead and the Northwest
       Minnesota Regional Radio Board; and
   •   #26 – Resolution Providing for the Competitive Negotiated Sale of $1,340,000 General
       Obligation Improvement Refunding Bonds, Series 2008A.

Council Member Wray Williams moved, seconded by Council Member Otto, to approve the
following licenses/bonds:

       CIGARETTE/TOBACCO PRODUCTS LICENSE........................................... $100.00
       Bottle Barn Liquors, 1314 1st Ave N
       Vic’s Lounge, 420 Center Ave

       COIN OPERATED AMUSEMENT LICENSES (Establishments)..................... $ 25.00
       Vic’s Lounge, 420 Center Ave

       COIN OPERATED AMUSEMENT LICENSES (Vendor) ................................ $100.00
       LH Vending, 705 13th Ave N #224, Fargo

       MASSAGE ENTERPRISE LICENSES ............................................................ $ 50.00
       Relaxation Plus, 2901 Frontage Rd S
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     MASSAGE THERAPIST LICENSES............................................................... $ 25.00
     Carolyn Sanftleben, Relaxation Plus, 2901 Frontage Rd S
     Dinah Sommerfeld, Relaxation Plus, 2901 Frontage Rd S
     Robin Seeger, 4766 8th Ave So, Fargo

     PORTABLE SIGN LICENSE .......................................................................... $100.00
     Scott’s Signs, 3118 17th St S, Fargo

     TREE CONTRACTOR’S LICENSES............................................................... $ 50.00
     Roger Fischer Tree Service, 6044 28th Ave N, Moorhead

     USED CAR DEALER LICENSES
     Nereson A&W Motors, Inc., 2500 2nd Ave N (Franchise Dealer)...................... $ 35.00

     BOARDING HOUSE
     ABC Infant Daycare, 3505 8th St S.................................................................. $200.00
     Carriage House/Homestead, 3400 Village Green Blvd ................................... $250.00
     Clay County Detox, 715 11 St N ..................................................................... $200.00
     Cobber Kid’s Corner, 310 14 Ave S ................................................................ $250.00
     Early Years Enrichment Center, 3510 12 Ave S ............................................. $250.00
     Eventide-Catered Living, 1500 7th St S ........................................................... $834.00
     Eventide Main Kitchen & Kaffe Hus, 1405 7th St S.......................................... $740.00
     Great Beginnings, 121 17th St N...................................................................... $200.00
     Clay-Wilkin Head Start, 715 11th St N, Suite 402 ............................................ $410.00
     Linden Tree Circle, 1400 7th St S .................................................................... $938.00
     MSUM Early Education Center, 106A Lommen Hall....................................... $200.00
     Nutrition Services, Inc (Mhd Sr Citizen Center) 202 1st Ave N ........................ $200.00
     Our Redeemer Christian Children’s Center, 1000 14th St S............................ $200.00
     Red River Valley Academy, 1015 30 Ave S .................................................... $200.00
     Trinity Lutheran Preschool, 210 7th St S.......................................................... $410.00
     4 Seasons at Moorhead, LLC, 2901-2921 6th Ave N....................................... $250.00

     BOARDING/LODGING HOUSE
     Churches United for the Homeless, 1901 1st Ave N........................................ $858.00
     Dorothy Day House of Hospitality, 714 8th St S............................................... $330.00
     Eventide-The Fairmont, 801 2nd Ave N ......................................................... $1146.00
     Evergreens of Moorhead, 522 3 Ave S ........................................................... $370.00
     Evergreens of Moorhead, 512 3 Ave S ........................................................... $370.00
     Golden Living Community – Moorhead ........................................................... $378.00
     Gull Harbour, 1704 Belsly Blvd ....................................................................... $230.00
     Moorhead Manor, 1710 13th Ave N ................................................................. $650.00
     Northside Retirement Home, 2004 8th Ave N .................................................. $530.00
     4 Seasons at Moorhead, LLC, 2901-2921 6th Ave N....................................... $330.00

     HOT LUNCH PROGRAM
     Hopkins Elementary School, 2020 11th St S ................................................... $460.00
     Horizon Middle School, 3601 12th Ave S......................................................... $460.00
     Moorhead High School, 2300 4th Ave S .......................................................... $460.00
     Park Christian School, 300 17th St N................................................................. $50.00
     Probstfield/Head Start, 2410 14 St S .............................................................. $100.00
     Red River Area Learning Center, 1100 32 Ave S ........................................... $100.00
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     Reinertson Elementary School, 1201 40th Ave S ............................................ $460.00
     Robert Asp Elementary School, 910 11th St N ................................................ $460.00
     St. Joseph’s School, 202 10th St S .................................................................. $260.00

     HOTEL/MOTEL/LIMITED FOOD
     Grand Inn Moorhead, 810 Belsly Blvd ............................................................ $544.00
     Super 8 Motel, 3621 8 St S ............................................................................. $688.00
     Travelodge & Suites, 3027 Frontage Road South .......................................... $722.00

     HOTEL/MOTEL/RESTAURANT
     Courtyard by Marriott & Conference Center, 1080 28th Ave S ...................... $1410.00
     AmericInn Lodge & Suites, 600 30th Ave S ................................................... $1494.00

     MOBILE HOME PARK
     Mobile Manor, 1224 15th Ave N......................................................................... $95.50
     Regal Estates, 2500 6th Ave N ........................................................................ $632.50

     RESTAURANT
     Arby’s, 3108 Hwy 10 E .................................................................................... $410.00
     Atomic Coffee, 16 4 St S................................................................................. $250.00
     Atomic Coffee South, 805 30 Ave S................................................................ $250.00
     Bennigan’s, 3333 Hwy 10 E ............................................................................ $610.00
     Broken Axe, dba Ushers House, 700 1 Ave N ................................................ $610.00
     Burger King, 100 21st St N .............................................................................. $410.00
     Burger King, 2412 8th St S............................................................................... $410.00
     Burger Time, 1620 1st Ave N ........................................................................... $200.00
     Café Perk, 403 8th St S.................................................................................... $250.00
     China Garden Buffet, 1126 2nd Ave S ............................................................. $410.00
     Columbia Club, 915 Main Ave......................................................................... $410.00
     Concordia Anderson Commons, 901 8 St S ................................................... $610.00
     Domino’s Pizza, 207 21st St S ......................................................................... $150.00
     Domino’s Pizza, Moorhead Sports Center ...................................................... $280.00
     Duane’s House of Pizza, 2223 Hwy 10 E ....................................................... $610.00
     Erbert’s & Gerbert’s, 212 8th St S .................................................................... $410.00
     Fryn’ Pan of Moorhead, 2920 Highway 10 East.............................................. $610.00
     Gio’s Pizzeria, 600 30 Ave S........................................................................... $410.00
     Grand Junction, 435 Main Ave........................................................................ $410.00
     J C Chumley’s, 1608 Main Ave ....................................................................... $410.00
     John Alexander’s, 315 Main Ave..................................................................... $410.00
     Juano’s, 315 Main Ave #104........................................................................... $250.00
     Kentucky Fried Chicken, 719 Main Ave .......................................................... $410.00
     Korn Krib, 624 9th Ave S.................................................................................. $250.00
     M&H Gas, 510 Main Ave................................................................................. $410.00
     McDonald’s Restaurant East, 3009 Hwy 10 East ........................................... $410.00
     McDonald’s Restaurant South, 220 8th St S.................................................... $410.00
     Mick’s Office, 10 8th St S ................................................................................. $200.00
     Minnesota State Community & Technical College, 1900 28th Ave S............... $410.00
     Moorhead Country Club, 2101 River Drive N.................................................. $410.00
     Moorhead Dairy Queen, 24 8th St S ................................................................ $250.00
     Moorhead High Concessions, 2300 4 Ave S .................................................. $200.00
     Moorhead Sports Center-Cobber, 324 24 St S ............................................... $150.00
     Moorhead Sports Center-Skaters Corner, 324 24 St S................................... $150.00
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      Moorhead Tastee Freez, 410 19th St S ........................................................... $250.00
      MSUM Nemzek Snack Shop, MSUM Box 26.................................................. $200.00
      MSUM Subs & Sweets, 725 14th St S ............................................................. $250.00
      MSUM Union Station, 725 14th St S ................................................................ $410.00
      Moorhead Youth Hockey Association, 707 Southeast Main ........................... $200.00
      Normandy Room, 901 8th St S ........................................................................ $410.00
      O’Leary’s Pub, 808 30 Ave S .......................................................................... $410.00
      Papa Murphy’s Take ‘N’ Bake Pizza, 2509 8th St S #50 ................................. $200.00
      Perkins Family Restaurant & Bakery #1168, 3005 Hwy 10 E ......................... $410.00
      Pizza Hut (East) #2745, 2902 Hwy 10 E ......................................................... $410.00
      Pizza Hut #2746, 102 7th Street South ............................................................ $250.00
      Pizza Patrol, 104 4th St S ................................................................................ $250.00
      Pretzelmaker of Moorhead, 420 Center Ave, Ste 9......................................... $150.00
      Sarello’s, 28 4th St N........................................................................................ $410.00
      Snap Dragon Asian Buffet, 625 30th Ave S ..................................................... $410.00
      Speak Easy, 1001 30th Ave S.......................................................................... $610.00
      Starbuck Coffee, 906 Holiday Dr..................................................................... $150.00
      Subway, 104 7th St S....................................................................................... $410.00
      Subway, 201 34th St N..................................................................................... $410.00
      Subway, 805 30th Ave S .................................................................................. $410.00
      Sunset Lanes, 620 Hwy 75 N.......................................................................... $250.00
      Taco Bell #4208, 321 8th St S.......................................................................... $410.00
      Taco Bell #4426, 3102 Hwy 10 E.................................................................... $410.00
      Taco John’s, 801 Center Ave.......................................................................... $410.00
      Target Stores T658, 3301 Hwy 10 E ............................................................... $250.00
      Thai Orchid Restaurant, 900 1 Ave N ............................................................. $410.00
      VFW Post 1223 & Women’s Aux, 2201 1 Ave N............................................. $280.00
      Vic’s Lounge, Moorhead Center Mall .............................................................. $200.00
      Village Inn Restaurant, 940 Holiday Drive ...................................................... $610.00

      SWIMMING POOL
      Courtyard by Marriott & Conference Center, 1080 28th Ave S ........................ $390.00
      AmericInn Lodge & Suites, 600 30th Ave S ..................................................... $390.00
      Minnesota State University Moorhead, 1104 7th Ave S................................... $180.00
      Moorhead Sr High, 2300 4 Ave S ................................................................... $330.00
      Moorhead Country Club, 2101 River Drive N.................................................. $180.00
      Southwood Estates, Anda Construction, 522 32nd Ave S.............................. $1650.00
      Travelodge & Suites, 3027 Frontage Road South .......................................... $290.00
      Tropicana, Anda Construction, 508 32nd Ave S............................................... $165.00

      VENDING LICENSE
      Courtyard by Marriott, 1080 28th Ave S ............................................................. $35.00
      D & L Candy Service, 730 1st St N, Fargo ND 58102........................................ $50.00
      Moorhead Maytag Laundry, 3318 Easten Mall.................................................. $25.00
      Nugget Vending, 2219 12th St N #C, Fargo ND 58102 ................................... $540.00
      Sunset Lanes, 620 Hwy 75 N............................................................................ $25.00
      Ron E. Thompson, 2721 32nd St SW, Fargo ND 58103 .................................... $25.00

Which motion passed by unanimous vote.

Council Member Wray Williams introduced the following resolution #2008-150-A, seconded by
Council Member Otto:
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       WHEREAS, Clay County Public Health is submitting a proposal to Blue Cross/Blue Shield of
       Minnesota for an Active Living community project for the City of Moorhead; and

       WHEREAS, the Active Living project requires the participation and support of potential
       recipient agency partners such as the City of Moorhead; and

       WHEREAS, if awarded, the Active Living project funds would have a positive impact on the
       citizens of Moorhead through activities that increase access and reduce barriers to routine
       physical activity; and

       WHEREAS, an elected official must be identified to sponsor the proposed project;

       NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of Moorhead that
       the Mayor and City Council hereby authorize participation in Clay County Public Health’s
       proposal to Blue Cross/Blue Shield of Minnesota for the Active Living community project
       and appoint member(s) from the elected body to the established partnership, should funds
       be awarded.

Which resolution was declared duly adopted by unanimous vote.

Council Member Wray Williams introduced for second consideration, seconded by Council Member
Otto:

                         ORDINANCE NO. 2008-1
    AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 10-19-12 OF THE MOORHEAD CITY CODE
              RELATING TO EXTENSIONS INTO REQUIRED YARDS

Which ordinance passed second consideration by unanimous vote.

Council Member Wray Williams introduced the following resolution #2008-150-B, seconded by
Council Member Otto:

       WHEREAS, the City Council of the City of Moorhead did pass Ordinance No. 2008-1, An
       Ordinance Amending Section 10-19-12 of the Moorhead City Code, Relating to Extensions
       into Required Yards.; and

       WHEREAS, a title and summary for publication of the above Ordinance was submitted to
       the City Council for its review in accordance with Section 3.08 of the Moorhead City Charter;
       and

       WHEREAS, the City Council has reviewed the title and summary for said Ordinance for
       approval and has determined that the title and summary informs the public of the intent and
       effect of the Ordinance.

       NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the City Council of the City of Moorhead
       hereby approves the title and summary of Ordinance No. 2008-1, An Ordinance Amending
       Section 10-19-12 of the Moorhead City Code, Relating to Extensions into Required Yards. A
       copy of said title and summary was before the City Council and is now of record and on file
       in the office of the City Clerk.

       BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of Moorhead that the City Clerk
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      is authorized and directed to publish said title and summary in accordance with Section 3.08
      of the Moorhead City Charter.

Which resolution was declared duly adopted by unanimous vote.

Council Member Wray Williams introduced the following resolution #2008-150-C, seconded by
Council Member Otto:

       WHEREAS, the City Council of the City of Moorhead has authorized numerous actions with
       respect to the relocation of Trollwood Performing Arts School (TPAS); and

       WHEREAS, pursuant to an existing Joint Powers Agreement between the City of Moorhead
       and Fargo Schools, the City as owner of the proposed improvements will formally award
       bids and enter into construction contracts; and

       WHEREAS, pursuant to said Joint Powers Agreement, Fargo Schools is responsible to pay
       costs associated with the design, development, and construction of TPAS.

       NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of Moorhead
       that the City Council finds, determines and declares the following bidder to be the lowest
       responsive and responsible bidder meeting specifications:


       Bid Package      Contractor      Base Bid      Alternates    Adjustment         Total
                        Mid-
                        States
      6C Trusses        Truss          $5,210.00     0.00           0.00           $5,210.00

      BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of Moorhead that the Mayor
      and City Manager are herein authorized and directed to enter into and execute contracts for
      and on behalf of the City of Moorhead with the aforementioned selected bidders.

      BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of Moorhead that the City
      Council authorizes the following change order to an existing contract related to Trollwood
      construction:

                                              Amendment No.            Add or
      Bid Package         Contractor                                                  Amount
                                               & Description           Deduct
     7A-2 Moisture
                        Lee’s Roofing #1. Deduct for
     Protection-                                                      DEDUCT         ($9,017.91)
                        & Sheet Metal electrical repairs done
     Fully Adhered

Which resolution was declared duly adopted by unanimous vote.

Council Member Wray Williams introduced the following resolution #2008-150-D, seconded by
Council Member Otto:

       WHEREAS, Clay County Social Services has for many years purchased tokens, passes,
       and coupons for public transportation services for their clients, specifically for transportation
       on Metro Area Transit and MAT Paratransit; and

       WHEREAS, Clay County Social Services has asked that the City of Moorhead enter into an
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      agreement for calendar year 2008 formalizing the provision of public transportation to their
      clients, specifically for clients funded through federal and state programs such as Alternative
      Care, Elderly Waiver, Community Alternatives for Disabled Individuals, Traumatic Brain
      Injury and Community Alternative Care.

      NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of Moorhead that
      they do hereby authorize the Mayor and City Manager to enter into and execute a 2008
      Letter of Agreement between the City of Moorhead and Clay County Social Services,
      whereby Metro Area Transit and MAT Paratransit provide public transportation to clients of
      Clay County Social Services and payment of fares for said transportation is made by Clay
      County Social Services to the City of Moorhead, Metro Area Transit or MAT Paratransit.

Which resolution was declared duly adopted by unanimous vote.

Council Member Wray Williams introduced the following resolution #2008-150-E, seconded by
Council Member Otto:

       BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of Moorhead that they do hereby authorize
       the Mayor and City Manager to enter into and execute for and on-behalf of the City of
       Moorhead an employment agreement with Russ Nelson for Golf Professional at Village
       Green Golf Course.

Which resolution was declared duly adopted by unanimous vote.

Council Member Wray Williams introduced the following resolution #2008-150-F, seconded by
Council Member Otto:

       WHEREAS, on June 12, 2006, the Mayor and Council awarded a contract in the amount of
       $2,247,528.85 to Central Specialties for the Construction of 40th Ave S Street & Utility
       Improvements, Phase 2 (Eng. No. 05-A2-1B); and

      WHEREAS, Change Order #4, which will increase the Contract amount by $11,489.50, is
      required for the completion of this project; and

      WHEREAS, the cost of these improvements is being financed through the PIR fund, with
      100% of the cost (including change orders) to be assessed against the benefiting
      properties; and

      WHEREAS, the Contract completion date will remain unchanged by this change order.

      NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of Moorhead that
      the aforementioned change order is hereby approved.

Which resolution was declared duly adopted by unanimous vote.

Council Member Wray Williams introduced the following resolution #2008-150-G, seconded by
Council Member Otto:

      WHEREAS, pursuant to the March 5, 2007 resolution of the City Council, BRAA has
      prepared plans and specifications for the Sanitary Lift Station #20 Improvement Project
      (Eng. No. 07-6-1); and
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      WHEREAS, City Engineering staff has reviewed the plans, a copy of which are available for
      review in the Engineering Office, and finds that they are in accordance with the applicable
      City standards; and

      WHEREAS, bids for the project will be advertised in accordance with Minnesota Statutes
      Annotated, Chapter 429; and

      WHEREAS, it is proposed to assess a portion of the project cost to the benefiting
      properties.

      NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of Moorhead as
      follows:
      1.    Such plans and specifications, a copy of which is on file in the office the City Engineer,
            are hereby approved.
      2.    A public hearing shall be held on such proposed improvement on the 19th day of
            February, 2008 in the Council chambers of City Hall at 7:15 pm and the City Clerk
            shall give mailed and published notice of such hearing and improvements as required
            by law.
      3.    The City Clerk shall prepare and cause to be inserted in the legal paper an
            advertisement for bids for the making of such improvements under such approved
            plans and specifications. The advertisement shall be published twice with the first
            advertisement appearing a minimum of 21 days before the scheduled bid opening,
            and the advertisements will state the time and place that bids will be opened. The ad
            shall also state that no bids will be considered unless sealed and filed with the City
            Clerk and accompanied by a cash deposit, cashier’s check, bid bond, or certified
            check payable to the Clerk for ten percent (10%) of the amount of such bid.

Which resolution was declared duly adopted by unanimous vote.

Council Member Wray Williams introduced the following resolution #2008-150-H, seconded by
Council Member Otto:

       WHEREAS, by a December 10, 2007 resolution of the City Council, the City Engineer was
       directed to prepare a Preliminary Engineering Report to consider the proposed
       improvements (Eng. No. 08-A2-3); and

       WHEREAS, said report has been prepared by City Engineering Staff, and finds that the
       improvements are necessary, cost-effective and feasible; and

       WHEREAS, it is proposed to finance the improvements through the PIR fund and to assess
       benefiting properties in accordance with Minnesota Statutes Annotated Chapter 429 and the
       City’s Assessment Policy.

       NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of Moorhead as
       follows:
       1.   The report has been received by the City Council on January 22, 2008, and such
            improvement is necessary, cost effective, and feasible as detailed in the Preliminary
            Engineering Report.
       2.   The City Engineer is hereby designated as the engineer for the improvement and City
            Engineering Staff shall prepare plans and specifications for the making of such
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            improvements under the direction of the City Engineer.
      3.    The City Council will consider the proposed improvements in accordance with the
            report and the assessment of benefiting property for all or a portion of the cost of the
            improvement pursuant to MN Statutes, Chapter 429 at an estimated total cost of
            $1,670,000.
      4.    A public hearing shall be held on such proposed improvement on the 19th day of
            February, 2008 in the Council chambers of City Hall at 7:15 pm and the City Clerk
            shall give mailed and published notice of such hearing and improvements as required
            by law.

Which resolution was declared duly adopted by unanimous vote.

Council Member Wray Williams introduced the following resolution #2008-150-I, seconded by
Council Member Otto:

      WHEREAS, by a December 10, 2007 resolution of the City Council, the City Engineer was
      directed to prepare a Preliminary Engineering Report to consider the proposed
      improvements (Eng. No. 08-A2-5); and

      WHEREAS, said report has been prepared by City Engineering Staff, and finds that the
      improvements are necessary, cost-effective and feasible; and

      WHEREAS, it is proposed to finance the improvements through the PIR fund and to assess
      benefiting properties in accordance with Minnesota Statutes Annotated, Chapter 429 and
      the City’s Assessment Policy.

      NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of Moorhead as
      follows:
      1.    The report has been received by the City Council on January 22, 2008, and such
            improvement is necessary, cost effective, and feasible as detailed in the Preliminary
            Engineering Report.
      2.    The City Engineer is hereby designated as the engineer for the improvement and City
            Engineering Staff shall prepare plans and specifications for the making of such
            improvements under the direction of the City Engineer.
      3.    The City Council will consider the proposed improvements in accordance with the
            report and the assessment of benefiting property for all or a portion of the cost of the
            improvement pursuant to MN Statutes, Chapter 429 at an estimated total cost of
            $1,395,000.
      4.    A public hearing shall be held on such proposed improvement on the 19th day of
            February, 2008 in the Council chambers of City Hall at 7:15 pm and the City Clerk
            shall give mailed and published notice of such hearing and improvements as required
            by law.

Which resolution was declared duly adopted by unanimous vote.

Council Member Wray Williams introduced the following resolution #2008-150-J, seconded by
Council Member Otto:

      WHEREAS, by a December 10, 2007 resolution of the City Council, the City Engineer was
      directed to prepare a Preliminary Engineering Report to consider the proposed
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      improvements (Eng. No. 08-A2-6); and

      WHEREAS, said report has been prepared by City Engineering Staff, and finds that the
      improvements are necessary, cost-effective and feasible; and

      WHEREAS, it is proposed to finance the improvements through the PIR fund and to assess
      benefiting properties in accordance with Minnesota Statutes Annotated Chapter 429 and the
      City’s Assessment Policy.

      NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of Moorhead as
      follows:
      1.    The report has been received by the City Council on January 22, 2008, and such
            improvement is necessary, cost effective, and feasible as detailed in the Preliminary
            Engineering Report.
      2.    The City Engineer is hereby designated as the engineer for the improvement and City
            Engineering Staff shall prepare plans and specifications for the making of such
            improvements under the direction of the City Engineer.
      3.    The City Council will consider the proposed improvements in accordance with the
            report and the assessment of benefiting property for all or a portion of the cost of the
            improvement pursuant to MN Statutes, Chapter 429 at an estimated total cost of
            $1,970,000.
      4.    A public hearing shall be held on such proposed improvement on the 19th day of
            February, 2008 in the Council chambers of City Hall at 7:15 pm and the City Clerk
            shall give mailed and published notice of such hearing and improvements as required
            by law.

Which resolution was declared duly adopted by unanimous vote.

Council Member Wray Williams introduced the following resolution #2008-150-K, seconded by
Council Member Otto:

       WHEREAS, the City of Moorhead is desirous of pursuing an employment agreement for the
       Fire Department Building Maintenance Technician; and

       WHEREAS, Gary Haaland will perform the duties of Building Maintenance Technician to
       keep Fire Department buildings in repair; and

       WHEREAS, it is recommended the Mayor and Council approve a twelve-month (January 1,
       2008 – December 31, 2008) Standard Service Agreement for provision of said services.

       NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of Moorhead that
       the City Council does hereby authorize the Mayor and City Manager to enter into a Standard
       Service Agreement with Gary Haaland.

Which resolution was declared duly adopted by unanimous vote.

Council Member Wray Williams introduced the following resolution #2008-150-L, seconded by
Council Member Otto:

       WHEREAS, on December 27, 2007, bids were opened for an aerial manlift device and line
       body; and,
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      WHEREAS, the Electric Division Manager has evaluated the bids and submitted a bid
      tabulation with his recommendation.

      NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of Moorhead, upon
      recommendation and approval by the Public Service Commission at its January 8, 2008,
      meeting, that the award of the bid received for an aerial manlift device and line body be
      made to the lowest, qualified responsive bidder, DUECO, in the amount of $72,898
      ($79,898 minus $7,000 for trade-in allowance as shown on the Bid Tabulation Sheet, a copy
      of which is of record and on file in the office of the City Clerk).

Which resolution was declared duly adopted by unanimous vote.

Council Member Wray Williams introduced the following resolution #2008-150-M, seconded by
Council Member Otto:

      BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of Moorhead, Minnesota, as follows:

      1.    A certain petition requesting diseased tree removal at 901 10th Street South, filed with
            the Council on January 22, 2008, is hereby declared to be signed by the required
            percentage of owners of the property affected thereby. This declaration is made in
            conformity with Minnesota Statutes, Section 429.035.
      2.    The petition is hereby referred to the City Finance Department to be included in
            Project #811105.

Which resolution was declared duly adopted by unanimous vote.

Council Member Wray Williams introduced the following resolution #2008-150-N, seconded by
Council Member Otto:

      WHEREAS, the City Council of the City of Moorhead finds that significant transportation
      improvements are needed in Moorhead, particularly including a new I-94/34th Street south
      interchange and a new, full-service 20th/21st Street Underpass; and

      WHEREAS, the City Council of the City of Moorhead finds that a high level of rail traffic
      continues along both the KO and Prosper lines of the Burlington Northern and Santa Fe
      (BNSF) Railroad Company, adding to growing vehicular and pedestrian congestion and
      safety concerns; and

      WHEREAS, only three under/over passes currently exist along these rail lines, two of which
      are not all weather crossings and require major ingress and egress redesign, corridor
      improvement and rehabilitation; and

      WHEREAS, major safety and related transportation and economic development issues
      remain unaddressed along the entire east-west railroad corridor, especially at the many at-
      grade crossings and along commercial and business properties; and

      WHEREAS, in the interest of the health, welfare, public safety and convenience of the
      citizens of Moorhead, the City Council of the City of Moorhead has been actively pursuing
      improvements to the critical I-94/34th Street interchange and 20th/21st street corridor and
      underpass, as well as to other at-grade and dedicated vehicular and pedestrian crossings;
      and
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       WHEREAS, the City Council of the City of Moorhead has already taken several significant
       steps toward addressing these issues, including:
         • Completion of the US-10/34th Street Overpass Project, the first fully functional
            dedicated crossing along the City’s entire railroad corridor;
         • Inclusion of additional improvements to the 3rd Street underpass as part of the Main
            Avenue Bridge replacement project;
         • Securing federal authorization and limited planning, design and construction monies
            for the 20th/21st street underpass and corridor project;
         • Planning and funding, under the auspices of the Metropolitan Council of Governments
            (COG) and in conjunction with Fargo, BNSF, the State of Minnesota, and the Federal
            Railroad Administration, for closure of three selected at-grade crossings and
            installation of supplemental safety measures at nine other at-grade crossings; and
         • Securing federal authorization and planning, design and construction monies for
            completion of a new I-94 /34th Street South interchange;

       WHEREAS, the City Council of the City of Moorhead has in place a Federal Legislative
       Services Agreement with Barbara J. Rohde, who is knowledgeable in the area of
       transportation funding, skilled in the active pursuit of specialized legislation, and has
       represented the City of Moorhead well in seeking federal authorization and appropriation for
       previous transportation and railroad safety projects; and

       WHEREAS, the City Council of the City of Moorhead desires that Barbara J. Rohde
       continue to represent the City of Moorhead, specifically in obtaining federal authorization
       and appropriation for improvements to the critical 20th/21st street corridor and underpass, as
       well as to other at-grade and dedicated vehicular and pedestrian crossings.

       NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of Moorhead that
       the Mayor and Acting City Manager are hereby authorized to extend the current Federal
       Legislative Services Agreement with Barbara J. Rohde and Associates, as presented and
       attached herein, to represent the City of Moorhead in obtaining continued federal
       authorization and additional appropriation for improvements to the 20th/21st Street corridor
       and underpass, as well as to other at-grade and dedicated vehicular and pedestrian
       crossings;

       BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the terms of this agreement are from January 1st, 2008
       though December 31st, 2008.

Which resolution was declared duly adopted by unanimous vote.

Council Member Hintermeyer introduced the following resolution #2008-151, seconded by Council
Member Wray Williams,

       BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of Moorhead, upon recommendation of
       Council Members Hintermeyer and Lemke, that the following individual is hereby appointed
       to the Moorhead Library Board:

        •   Lyn Dwyer, 2212 18th Street South, representing the 4th Ward, is appointed for a term
            commencing January 22, 2008 and ending December 31, 2010.

Which resolution was declared duly adopted by unanimous vote.
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Council Member Otto moved, seconded by Council Member Wray Williams, to open the public
hearing to consider the adoption of special assessments for various projects, which motion passed
by unanimous vote.

Lisa Vatnsdal, Neighborhood Services Manager, explained the purpose of the public hearing, which
is to consider the adoption of special assessments for nuisance abatements - weed lots, nuisance
abatements - Neighborhood Services, rental property re-inspections & other fees, nuisance
abatements – tree removals; and branch pickups/disposals. Ms. Vatnsdal indicated that, in
accordance with the Moorhead City Code and State law, the City, on a complaint basis, addresses
areas of neglect. The work, completed by the City or contracted, is subsequently assessed against
the benefitting property following appropriate notification of such.

Barry & Theresa Halvorson, 2814 Longfellow Road, appeared before the Mayor and Council to
express their objection to the proposed assessment ($1,900) against their property at 121 18th
Street North. Ms. Halvorson described her attempts to make payment of the property taxes in full;
however, she repeatedly received inaccurate/incomplete information from County officials. She
feels this misinformation and subsequent miscommunication regarding such resulted in the
imposition of penalties. Ms. Halvorson requested the removal of the penalty fees.

In response to Council inquiry, Ms. Vatnsdal explained the fine was imposed for renting with a
suspended registration. Council requested staff to meet with the Halvorsons and to report back
their findings/recommendation.

Darin Halvorson, 1728 East Shore Drive, Detroit Lakes, MN, appeared before the Mayor and
Council to express his concern regarding the notification process for proposed assessments. Mr.
Halvorson conveyed his property is relative-homestead and feels that such should not be subject to
rental registration fees. Again, he stressed he received no notification regarding a proposed
assessment.

Lisa Vatnsdal, Neighborhood Services Manager, explained that relative-homestead properties are
considered rental units if the relative has roommates and receives rent for such. Ms. Vatnsdal
indicated she would review the circumstances regarding this and forward her findings to the Acting
City Manager.

Wayne Welle, Wayne Welle Construction, appeared before the Mayor and Council to express his
opposition to proposed assessments ($1400) relative to storage of construction materials on his
property (vacant lots at 916-984 33rd Street South). Mr. Welle explained the circumstances
regarding the temporary storage of building materials and his intentions to start construction in the
fall of 2007. He pointed out he was not in a position to immediately remove the materials when
notified of such as his equipment was being used in the lakes area. Mr. Welle contends the penalty
amount is ‘excessive’.

Ms. Vatnsdal provided an outline of the timeline regarding the materials storage and subsequent
imposition of penalties. She pointed out this matter was pursued following the receipt of a citizen
complaint and that Mr. Welle was made aware of the penalties for non-compliance. Mr. Welle
reiterated his concern regarding the ‘excessive’ amount.

Council Member Lemke moved, seconded by Council Member Otto, to close the public hearing,
which motion passed by unanimous vote.

Council Member Rowell introduced a resolution #2008-152, seconded by Council Member Lemke,
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to adopt the proposed special assessments with the exclusion of the parcels referenced by Barry &
Theresa Halvorson (121 18th Street North) and by Darin Halvorson (1407 13½ Street North).

Council Member Otto moved, seconded by Council Member Rowell, to amend the resolution to
reflect a reduction of $700 in the assessment for Mr. Wayne Welle’s property (916-984 33rd Street
South), which motion to amend passed by unanimous vote.

Resolution #2008-152, as amended, reads as follows:

          WHEREAS, pursuant to notice duly given as required by law, the City Council has met and
          heard and passed upon all objections to the proposed assessments for the cost of various
          projects at the following locations:
                                                                                     Assessed
Project     Description                Location                                           Cost
811085      Weed Lots                  BERGQUISTS 1ST ADD                             $3,409.78
            R & R Lawn Service         LOTS 17 & 18 6 (1006 10 St N)
                                       COMSTOCKS 5TH ADD
                                       Lot-001 Block-001 (2900 30 Ave S)
                                       ELDERS 1ST ADD
                                       LOTS 18 & 19 34 (416 15 St N)
                                       ELDERS 1ST ADD
                                       LOT 1 & N 10' OF LOT 2 & N 5'
                                       OF S 15' OF W 25 OF 2 51 (223 16 St N)
                                       KENDALLS 1ST ADD
                                       LOT 11 4 (810 35 St S)
                                       KENDALLS 1ST ADD
                                       LOT 14 5 (816 36 St S)
                                       KENDALLS 1ST ADD
                                       LOT 15 5 (920 36 St S)
                                       KENDALLS 1ST ADD
                                       LOT 16 5 (924 36 St S)
                                       MCGRATHS REARRANGE
                                       LOTS 1 & 2 27 (1337 4 Ave S)
                                       ORIGINAL TOWNSITE
                                       LOTS 7 THRU 11 38 (922 Center Ave)
                                       ORIGINAL TOWNSITE
                                       PORTION OF BLOCKS 38 & 40 &
                                       VAC 9TH ST LYING BETWEEN SAID
                                       BLOCKS, LYING N'LY OF LINE PAR
                                       WITH & 25' N'LY OF. (901 1 Ave N)
                                       PETERSONS ADD
                                       LOTS 23 & 24 2 (424 10 St N)
                                       SPRAGUES ADD
                                       W 50' OF LOT 1 3 (515 5 Ave S)
                                       WALKERS SUB MOORES ADD
                                       S 1/2 OF 7 & ALL 8 & 9 2 (1403 13 ½ St N)
                                       Sect-15 Twp-139 Range-048
                                       BEG. AT INTER. OF E-W 1/4
                                       LINE; W 436'; S 167.63'; E
                                       557,96' & NW'LY ALONG HWY R/W
                                       TO BEG. LESS HWY (2107 Main Ave)
                                       OAKGROVE ADD
                                       LOTS 17 & 18 2 (212 6 Ave S)
                                       RIVERSHORE HEIGHTS ADD
                                       LOT 5 2 (2021 7 St S)
                                       SCHREIBERS ADD
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                                     LOTS 25 & 26 44 (414 14 St S)

811088     Nuisance Abatements-      JOHNSONS 1ST ADD                           2,600.00
           Neighborhood Services     LOT 23 & 24 4 (906 17 St N)
                                     BERGQUISTS 1ST ADD
                                     LOTS 17 & 18 6 (1006 10 St N)
                                     JOHNSONS 1ST ADD
                                     LOTS 1 & 2 & N 8' OF 3 4 (911 18 St N)
                                     MARIES ADD
                                     LOT 13 2 (1122 18 ½ St N)

811100      Rental Re-inspection &   BELSLYS 2ND ADD                             2,025.00
            Other Fees               W'LY 35.29' OF LOT 8 3 (1323 34 Ave S)
                                     HIGHLAND ADD NO 1
                                     E 100.5' OF LOTS 1 TO 3 4 (503 10 St S)
                                     HIGHLAND ADD NO 2
                                     LOTS 17 & 18 26 (420 12 St S)
                                     MEADOWS 5TH ADDITION
                                     LOT 1 1 (916-984 33 St S Vacant Lots)
                                     MORNINGSIDE ADD
                                     LOT 12 & SE 5' OF LOT 13 7 (614 Birch Lane)
                                     NORTHSIDE DEVELOP
                                     LOT 2 1 (1415 9 St N)
                                     OAKGROVE ADD
                                     E 1/2 OF LOTS 21 TO 24 8 (307 6 Ave S)
                                     RICKS ADD
                                     LOT 4 1 (2828 24 Ave S)
                                     RIVERSIDE ADD
                                     W 75' OF LOTS 22 TO 24 2      (1002 3 St S)
                                     LOT 2 1 LESS N 2.76 ' ROGNE'S
                                     1ST ADD. & N. 15' OF LOT 1
                                     BLOCK 1 WARLING'S 1ST ADD. (1621 8 St S)
                                     SCHREIBERS ADD
                                     CENTER 50' OF LOTS 13 TO 18
                                     39    (1608 4 Ave S)
                                     VILLAGE GREEN ADD
                                     LOT 35 3 (3111-3113 Charing Cross)
                                     WARLINGS ADD
                                     SO 65' OF LOT 1 & N 6' OF LOT
                                     2 1 (1701 8 St S)
                                     WHITES 1ST ADD
                                     ALL OF LOT 10, S. 50' OF 11 &
                                     12, & N. 100' OF E. 14' OF
                                     LOT 11 9 (1207 2 Ave S)
                                     WHITES 2ND ADD
                                     E 67' OF LOTS 13 TO 16 7 (411 4 Ave S)

811104      Nuisance Abatements-     SHARPS 1ST ADD                             1,537.60
            Tree Removals            LOTS 31 & 32 7 (1015 9 Ave S)

811106      Branch Pickups/          BULANDS 3RD ADD LOT 9 9 (1108 20 St N)      126.00
            Disposals                JANES ADD LOT 2 (3411 Rivershore Dr S)

         WHEREAS, the City Clerk has notified the Council that such proposed assessments
         have been completed and filed in her office for public inspections.

         NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of Moorhead as
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      follows:
      1.    Such proposed assessment, a copy of which is on file at the office of the City Clerk, is
            hereby accepted and shall constitute the special assessment against the lands named
            therein, and each tract of land herein included is hereby found to be benefited by the
            proposed improvement in the amount of the assessment levied against it.
      2.    Such assessment shall be payable in equal installments in accordance with the
            schedule for that particular type of improvement which is on file with the Clerk, the first
            of such installments to be payable on the next tax billing from the County Treasurer,
            such installments to be in accordance with said current schedule. To the first
            installment shall be added interest on all unpaid installments.
      3.    The owner of any property so assessed may pay the assessment without interest if
            the payment is received by the City of Moorhead Accounting office by November 14,
            2008; thereafter, the assessment will be certified to the County. Any uncertified
            assessment may be paid to the City.
      4.    The Clerk shall forthwith transmit annually a certified copy of this assessment to the
            County Auditor to be extended to the proper tax lists of the County, and such
            assessments shall be collected and paid over in the same manner as other municipal
            taxes.

Which resolution was declared duly adopted by unanimous vote.

Council Member Rowell introduced the following resolution #2008-153, seconded by Council
Member Wray Williams:

      WHEREAS, the City of Moorhead licenses and inspects businesses regulated by the
      Minnesota Department of Health through a service delegation agreement; and

      WHEREAS, the program requires a Registered Sanitarian perform the inspection services;
      and

      WHEREAS, the City of Moorhead is currently recruiting a Registered Sanitarian to fill a staff
      vacancy and does not have a Registered Sanitarian on staff at the present time; and

      WHEREAS, Clay County has consented to temporary provision of environmental health
      services through their qualified staff.

      NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of Moorhead that
      they do hereby ratify a service agreement with Clay County for the provision of temporary
      environmental health services on an hourly basis.

      BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of Moorhead do herein
      approve a budget transfer of $5,000 from salaries to professional services to accommodate
      the service arrangement.

Which resolution was declared duly adopted by unanimous vote.

Council Member Rowell introduced the following resolution #2008-154, seconded by Council
Member Wray Williams:

      WHEREAS, the City of Moorhead, Minnesota State University Moorhead, Concordia
      College, and area residents and stakeholders participated in the Neighborhood Planning
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       Study, a facilitated dialog of issues affecting the mature neighborhoods generally from the
       Red River on the west to 20th Street on the east, and between Main Avenue on the north to
       20th Avenue on the south; and

       WHEREAS, the result of this citizen participation effort is chronicled in the Neighborhood
       Planning Study final report.

       NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of Moorhead that
       the Mayor and Council do herein receive the Neighborhood Planning Study final report.

Which resolution was declared duly adopted by unanimous vote.

Council Member Rowell introduced a resolution #2008-155, seconded by Council Member Otto, to
initiate rezoning the City-owned property at 2001 15th Avenue North from Community Commercial to
Light Industrial. It was noted the recommendation is to commence the rezoning process to allow
storage facilities as a conditional use.

Allan Strunc, Starlite Properties Partnership, Danube, Minnesota, indicated he was in attendance
tonight to answer any questions; however, feels this is somewhat premature recognizing the City
will undertake another RFP process.

Resolution #2008-155 reads as follows:

       WHEREAS, the Planning Commission has recommended the City Council initiate a
       rezoning from CC, Community Commercial, to LI, Light Industrial, for the City-owned
       property at 2001 15th Avenue North.

       NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of Moorhead to
       direct the Planning Commission to hold a public hearing on the rezoning of 2001 15th
       Avenue from CC, Community Commercial to LI, Light Industrial.

Which resolution was declared duly adopted with the following voting aye: Council Members Otto,
Rowell, Hunt, Hintermeyer, Lemke; and the following voting no: Council Member Wray Williams.

Council Member Rowell introduced the following resolution #2008-156, seconded by Council
Member Otto:

       WHEREAS, the State of Minnesota passed legislation to fund the completion of a statewide
       radio communications system; and

       WHEREAS, the State Radio Board has been authorized to oversee the coordination and
       implementation of this system and the division of grant communications related funds; and

       WHEREAS, Minnesota State Statutes authorize the creation of Regional Radio Boards for
       the purpose of coordination and implementation of the statewide radio communications
       system; and

       WHEREAS, the City of Moorhead is eligible to be a member of the Northwest Minnesota
       Regional Radio Board; and

       WHEREAS, participation in the Northwest Minnesota Regional Radio Board will provide the
       City the ability to participate in the implementation of the statewide radio system and provide
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       the City the ability to access grant funds used in the implementation of interoperable
       communications systems;

       NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of Moorhead that
       the Mayor and City Manager are hereby authorized and directed to enter into and execute a
       Joint Powers Agreement for and on behalf of the City of Moorhead with the Northwest
       Minnesota Regional Radio Board; which agreement sets forth the terms and conditions for
       being a member of the Northwest Minnesota Regional Radio Board.

Which resolution was declared duly adopted by unanimous vote.

Council Member Otto introduced the following resolution #2008-157, seconded by Council Member
Wray Williams:

       RESOLUTION PROVIDING FOR THE COMPETITIVE NEGOTIATED SALE OF
        $1,340,000 GENERAL OBLIGATION IMPROVEMENT REFUNDING BONDS,
                                 SERIES 2008A

       A.   WHEREAS, the City Council of the City of Moorhead, Minnesota, has heretofore
       determined that it is necessary and expedient to issue its $1,340,000 General Obligation
       Improvement Refunding Bonds, Series 2008A (the “Bonds”) to current refund the 2009
       through 2020 maturities of the City’s General Obligation Improvement Bonds, Series 1999A;
       and to current refund the 2009 through 2021 maturities of the City’s General Obligation
       Improvement Bonds, Series 2000A; and

       B.    WHEREAS, the City has retained Springsted Incorporated, in Saint Paul, Minnesota
       (“Springsted”) as its independent financial advisor and is therefore authorized to sell these
       obligations by a competitive negotiated sale in accordance with Minnesota Statutes, Section
       475.60, Subdivision 2(9).

       NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of Moorhead,
       Minnesota, as follows:
       (1)   Authorization; Findings. The City Council hereby authorizes Springsted to solicit bids
             for the competitive negotiated sale of the Bonds.
       (2)   Meeting; Bid Opening. This City Council shall meet at the time and place specified in
             the Terms of Proposal for the purpose of considering sealed bids for, and awarding
             the sale of, the Bonds. The Acting City Manager, or his designee, shall open bids at
             the time and place specified in such Terms of Proposal.
       (3)   Terms of Proposal. The terms and conditions of the Bonds and the negotiation
             thereof are fully set forth in the “Terms of Proposal” and hereby approved.
       (4)   Official Statement. In connection with said competitive negotiated sale, the Acting
             City Manager and other officers or employees of the City are hereby authorized to
             cooperate with Springsted and participate in the preparation of an official statement for
             the Bonds, and to execute and deliver it on behalf of the City upon its completion.

Which resolution was declared duly adopted by unanimous vote.

Leigh Wilson-Mattson, Assistant to the City Manager, related the recent ‘Good News • Good
People’ announcements.

It was announced there was no need for an executive session tonight.
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The proceedings of this meeting are mechanically recorded and said cassette tape is available for
public review.

Meeting adjourned at 9:02 p.m.

                                              APPROVED:


                                              ____________________________________
                                              MARK VOXLAND, Mayor
ATTEST:



_________________________________
KAYE BUCHHOLZ, City Clerk

				
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