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Thursday, December 31, 2009 T Pn e .q Tri-Coun ~ ..... ~ ~ ............... . .. Legal Notice systems that are currently in use, weir on his property. Mr. Loewen UNOFFICIAL MINUTES including traditional septic sys- also noted that the fertilizer field- CLEARWATER RIVER terns, holding tanks, mechanical grid project account number is WATERSHED DISTRICT or performance type specialtysys- 247-42470 and also requested that BOARD OF MANAGERS tems, and community-type sys- claims for 2009 be submitted by MEETING terns like the Clearwater Harbor Dec. 29,2009. DECEMBER 9, 2009 - 7 P.M. system. Manager Kampa reported on a ANNANDALE MIDDLE SCHOOL, In 1994 or 1995, Wright County change in the permit fee for milfoil ANNANDALE, MN began requiring sellers to certify treatment on Lake Augusta. Manager Brunsell called the their systems when properties are Tom Bacon, President of the regular meeting to order at 7 p.m. sold. This is also required when Clearwater Lake Property Own- Managers Bob Schiefelbein, Mark homes/cabins are remodeled. In ers Association, requested that no Kampa, Marvin Brunsell, lerry cases where properties remain increase be made in the milfoil Risberg, and Roland Froyen were in families, i.e. a living trust, no assessment for Clearwater Lake. present. Others in attendance inspections or updates to a sys- Tom also indicated that if Curly were Engineer Rebecca Kluck- tern are required unless remodel- Leaf Pondweed treatment is to be hohn, Assistant Administrator ing occurs, done, an assessment may be nec- Dennis Loewen, Meeker County Stearns County is a little dif- essaryto cover that cost. Commissioner Wally Strand, Mel ferent in that properties located Manager Froyen indicated that Dykhuizen, Ron Mares, Dean in their shoreland district are Ron Graham is Chair and Mel Flygare, Tom Bacon, Noah Mac- required to certify their sep- Dykhuizen is Vice-Chair of the Millan, Hank Schreifels, Bill Ste- tic systems every three years. CRWD Wastewater Task Force. phens, Dick Naaktgeboren, lohn Stearns also has the same require- Their first meeting was held Dearing, and Chuck Carlson. ments regarding Point of Sale and Dec. 2, 2009. The Task Force plans Introductions were made. remodeling. Discussion ensued as to meet again at 7 p.m., Jan. 6, 2010, Motion #09-12-1: Kampa, sec- to what types of systems are best at the Southside Town Hall. onded by Risberg, made a motion with no clear-cut answer; how- Motion #09-12-4: Froyen, sec- to adopt the Agenda. All managers ever, it was noted that a collector onded by Kampa, made a motion voted aye. type system is best for smaller lots. to amend the CRWD Wastewater Motion #09-12-2: Kampa, sec- Hank and Bill both indicated that Task Force Mission Statement to onded by Schiefelbein, made the state of Minnesotaislookingto read in part, " ... determine what a motion to adopt the Consent have all systems evaluated, wastewater treatment method or Agenda. All managers voted aye. Motion #09-12-3: Kampa, sec-methods ... " All managers voted Stearns County Environmen- onded by Schiefelbein, made a aye. tal Services Staff Hank Schreifels motion to pay bills. All managers Manager's Froyen and Brunsell and Wright County Planning and voted aye. reported that at the recent Min- Zoning Staff Bill Stephens, pre- Engineer Kluckhohn reported nesota Association of Watershed sented and led discussion regard- on Total Maximum Daily Load Districts' conference, information ing individual wastewater treat- status and provided an update on was provided regarding legislation ment system inspection and grants that have been applied for. for tax credits for resource man- upgrade program used elsewhere Assistant Administrator Loe-agement practices, Lake Pepin in central Minnesota. They also wen noted that a letter has been Total Maximum Daily Load, and presented maps showing parcels sent to Cory Meierhofer seeking examples of how other watershed around Clearwater Lake and dis- interest in developing an agree- districts have accomplished their cussedthe different types of septic ment for installation of a v-notch goals. Assistant Administrator Loe-motion to develop and produce a wen distributed a draft Cedar 2010 brochure that outlines CRWD Lake Project 06-1 Public Hearing activities. All managers voted aye. Notice. Engineer Kluckhohn distrib- Engineer Kluckhohn distrib- uted and explained a memoran- uted and reviewed a Techni- dum regarding the development cal Memorandum pertaining toof a stormwater utility fund and groundwater monitoring well water management districts. installation quotes for Clearwater Motion #09-12-8: Froyen, sec- Harbor and Hidden River sewage onded by Risberg, made a motion treatment facilities, to accept Traut Hydro-Tech's quote Motion #09-12-5: Kampa, sec-for installing the monitoring well onded by Risberg, made a motion in the Clearwater Harbor and Hid- to set a Cedar Lake Project 06-1 den River sewage treatment sys- public hearing date for 7 p.m. on tem. All managers voted aye. March 10, 2010, at the Annandale Motion #09-12-9: Risberg, sec- Middle School. All managers voted onded by Kampa, made a motion aye. to adjourn. All managers voted Motion #09-12-6: Schiefel- aye. bein, seconded by Froyen, made These minutes are available at: a motion to appoint Jerry Finch, . Art Bauer, John Sedey, Jerry Auge, CRWD audit reports are avail- Dean Flygare, andRonaldSchmitz able at the Annandale Public to be the CRWD Advisory Commit- Library. tee for 2010, establish the mileage Board Chairman, rate at 50 cents per mile for 2010, Marvin Brunsell and not to establish a meal rate. All Secretary, Mark Kampa managers votedaye. Published in the Tri-County Motion #09-12-7: Froyen, sec- News Thursday, Dec. 31, 2009. onded by Schiefelbein, made a More than 90% of medical emergeno, calls are treated without knowledge of the pcaients' medical history. The File of L(fe card enables emergency responders to quickly obtain your medical history. 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