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Routine Items - approved by unanimous roll call or reg- ular vote: to approve the agen- da as amended; to approve the minutes of the September 19, 2017, regular meeting; to meeting at 11:25 a.m. to Department to sell their cur- develop an offer for parcel rent lawn mower in the spring; numbers 258200280 and to approve the Conditional 258200290 and to discuss Use Permit request from Red strategy for labor negotia- Rock Quarry to continue with tions; to open the closed ses- the mining operation in sion at 12:15 p.m. Amboy Township with condi- Additional Actio Items- tions; to approve the Buffer approved by unanimous roll Ordinance as presented call or regular vote: to approve excluding paragraph 6.2.2; to the 2018 Environmental approve amending the Health Contract with the Shoreland Ordinance to Brown-Nicollet Community include paragraphs B I and Health Board as presented and B2; to set the recycling assess- acknowledge the license fee ment fees as follows: residen- increase of 5%; to approve the tial - $50/year, drop shed - lease agreement with the City $30/year, and commercial - of Windom and allow the $100/year, effective January Board Chair to sign the agree- 1, 2018; to rescind the recy- merit; to approve the purchase cling public hearing motion of the APX6500 mobile radio made on September 19, 2017, in the amount of $5,084.75 based on Minn. Star. 400.08. from Alpha Wireless S/Jan Johnson, Communications; to allow the Auditor/Treasurer Parks Department to purchase S/Thomas D. Appel, a Groundsmaster 3280-D Board Chair Toro lawnmower from MTI in S/Kelly Thongvivong, the amount of $18,411.52 and County Coordinator sell the John Deere lawnmow- #267350 S- 11 x er to the Solid Waste Department for $8,500 and allow the Solid Waste approve October warrants in the amount of $187,183.27 and broken down as follows: County Revenue Fund $69,996.09, Long Term Capital Outlay - $29,811.37, County Building Fund $4,666.10,Agency Fund $140.00, Taxes and Penalties Fund - $8,750.00, County Revenue Fund - $27.48, Road and Bridge Fund- $54,686.87; Waste Abatement/Score Fund - $615.00, Landfill Enterprise - $18,490.36; adjournment. Personnel Items - approved by unanimous roll call or regular vote: to approve three health care plans to be offered for 2018 through BCBS and the SW/WC Service Coop; to increase the county contribution toward single health care coverage from $720/month to $800/ month for any plans offered through the county effective January l, 2018; to allow the Public Works Department to use the county credit card to enroll engineering staff in cer- tification classes; to close the CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING All classified ads for non-established oCCOunts must be pre-paid (or charged visa or Mastercard}before running. Not responsible for errors in ads taken over the telephone. NOTICE RESPONSIBILITY: Please check your ad after the first insertion ond bring any errors to our ottention immediately. Corrections will be cheerfully mode. We ore not responsible for errors beyond the first insertion, if you foil to notify us, the publishers liabil- ity is limited to cost of the first insertion of the od. INVESTIGATE before you invest. The Sentinel Tribune does not knowingly occept froudulent or deceptive advertising. Readers ore cautioned to thoroughly investigofe "Business Opportunity" and of her ads which require an investment. CLASSIFIED AD DEADLINE 9 a.m. Friday 268175 The family of Rodne everyone for all the concern shown us during and after his illness. A special thanks to those who visited Rodney at his home. Special thanks to the Slayton Hospice House for their kindness and wonderful care; to Pastor Chuck Swanson for his visits, prayers, and the impressive funeral service. Thanks to the Lions Club, the Legion Color Guard, the Fire Department, ushers, urn bearers, the singers, servers for the lunch. Thanks for the memorials, flowers and food. Thank you to the Stephens Funeral Service and staff for their directions. Many memories and love will live in our hearts ,,,forev._er ,,,.-. ,-.- ,--,,.. ............. , .......... . ;,;7 o. to the Westbrook Sentinel Tribune ....... 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