2020 Meeting Minutes
January 16, 2020
February 20, 2020
March 20, 2020
April 16, 2020
May 21,2020
June 18, 2020
July 9, 2020
August 20, 2020
September 17, 2020
October 15, 2020
November 19, 2020
December 17, 2020



Wanamingo Township January Meeting Minutes    
January 16, 2020

The January meeting of the Wanamingo Township Board was called to order at approximately 5:32 PM on Thursday, January 16, 2020 by Chairman Tom Shane. Members present were Supervisors; Tom Shane, John Hegseth, and Kerry Olson. Clerk; Tamra Berg. Treasurer; Nancy Hegseth was absent. The Pledge of Allegiance was said. Clerk’s report was read by Tamra. Motion by John to approve the minutes. 2nd by Kerry.  Treasurer’s report read by John noting the deposit of the Goodhue County tax payment of $72,777.76.  Motion by Kerry to approve the treasurer’s report. 2nd by Tom.
Representatives from MNDOT along with County Commissioner Brad Anderson were in attendance to present updates on the Hwy 52 project along with the Hader interchange.
Due to old pavement the southbound lane of Hwy 52 from Cannon Falls to Zumbrota will be reconstructed.  This work will cause traffic slowdowns as lanes will be reduced.
MNDOT will also be working on safety improvements with the goal to enhance safety with a long term vision of Hwy 52 only having access at interchanges.  Currently, there are 73 accesses from Cannon Falls to Zumbrota which creates a greater potential for accidents.  They want to consolidate access while still maintaining a balance to the residents in the area with consideration of farmers, truck traffic, bus and emergency vehicles. There will be an interchange at Hader.  MNDOT had not yet decided which of two options they would select.  One option used less farmland.  Access from County 8 would be rerouted to tie into Hwy 57 further south than the present location.  MNDOT was in conversations with property owners impacted by the interchange.  Brad Anderson had also suggested to MNDOT that a park and ride lot be constructed with bus access at the northeast corner of the interchange.  Board members agreed that was a good suggestion. Construction is scheduled for 2021 with open bids in Jan. and construction to start that spring with completion in 2023.  MNDOT will be scheduling another townhall meeting with local residents in about 4 weeks to be held in Zumbrota.  Notification will be in the local papers and MNDOT said information can also be found on their website. The Board thanked the group for taking the time to explain the upcoming projects and for listening to their comments regarding those projects.
    
Building Permits:  Nick Sviggum was on the agenda but was not present
Present bills:  Motion by Tom to pay Kerry.  2nd by John.  Kerry abstain.  Motion carries.                 Motion by Kerry to pay the remaining bills. 2nd by Tom.  Motion carries.
Old Business:
Maps done for County for mileage: continue to keep on the agenda.  
    Planning & Zoning: nothing to report
    Road Updates: Kerry has been out snowplowing.  John had contacted the resident to let him know as of Jan. 1, the township will no longer plow private driveways and gave him the name of a local snowplow driver that can do it with a pickup.  Township will bill the resident for snowplowing 3 times.  Kerry said everything else is going good.  The grader is working and the problem noted last month is still unknown.      
    PNP: Presidential Nomination Primary on March 3, 2020 with training set up for Feb.3, 2020 at 2 PM in Red Wing at the Goodhue Government Center.
John Hegseth made a motion to appoint the following judges for the March elections (and upon completion of the additional PNP training):  Tom Shane, John Hegseth, Nancy Hegseth, Tamra Berg, Dorothy Hjermstad, Peggy Nelson and Rae Rusnak. 2nd by Tom Shane.  Motion carries. (this information was also sent to the County per their request)
Security cameras are in place.  The hard drive can store for 60 days.  Only records when there is motion.  Tom has it set up on his phone and there are instructions if others want it on their phones as well.

New Business:
    December calls for service were 27    
    March Township Election on March 10, 2020:  Supervisor and Clerk positions up for reelection.  John Hegseth filed for Supervisor.  Tamra Berg filed for Clerk.  Filing fees collected.
 January 16 – Last day for a candidate to withdraw from the election. 
 February 7– Absentee voting begins
    Goodhue County Township Officer’s Meeting to be held on Saturday, February 1, 2020 at 9 AM at the Zumbrota VFW.  Lunch at 12:30 PM.  Tamra, John and Tom will attend.
    Wanamingo Fire Department Annual Meeting Monday, February 3, 2020.
    Mixed Municipal Solid Waste Meeting (2nd hearing) to be held on Tuesday, February 18, 2020 at 5 PM at the Goodhue Government Center. John said he will try to attend.
    Shared parking lot with Emmanuel Lutheran Church: Tamra informed the Church council president that the snowplow is taken to the maintenance man’s home when a storm is expected so that is why the lots are not plowed at the same time.  Township would like to see the entrance from County 8 plowed as church members are using that and part of the township’s lot.
    Need to send a bill for break-away mailbox to resident
    Tom has received information from Erickson Engineering and another bill.
    Tamra will attend the Clerk/Treasurer Classes on Jan, 23 or Jan. 30 in St. Michael
    Tom made a motion to accept a resolution to reinstate board powers for LBAE (local board of appeals). 2nd by Kerry.  Motion carries.  Resolution #011620 along with LBAE training sheet showing John Hegseth as trained will be emailed to the County per their request.
    2020 Fire Contract at the Wanamingo City Hall needs to be signed by Tom (Chairman)
    Levy discussion:  Tamra shared levy information for all the townships in Goodhue County.  Out of 21 townships Wanamingo is in the lower third at $177,000.  Average is $212,217. Holden is at $195,000 and Cherry Grove at $185,300. Will share the information at the annual meeting as we will need to think about the future of the grader and buying out the tractor/mower balloon payment from John Deere.

Motion by Tom to adjourn the meeting 2nd by Kerry. Motion carries.
Meeting adjourned at 7:34 PM
Next meeting on Thursday, February 20, 2020 at 5:30 PM
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Wanamingo Township February Meeting Minutes    
February 20, 2020

The February meeting of the Wanamingo Township Board was called to order at approximately 5:30 PM on Thursday, February 20, 2020 by Chairman Tom Shane. Members present were Supervisors; Tom Shane, John Hegseth, and Kerry Olson. Clerk; Tamra Berg and Treasurer; Nancy Hegseth.  The Pledge of Allegiance was said. Clerk’s report was read by Tamra. Motion by John to approve the minutes. 2nd by Kerry.  
Building Permits: Kate and Lowell Peterson were present to apply for a permit to build a new house at 7307 County 44 Blvd.  This will be a replacement dwelling.  They will be installing both a new septic and well.  They intend to live in the old house while the new one is built and then will demolish the old one once the new one is completed.  Motion by Kerry to approve the house building permit.  2nd by Tom.  Motion carries.  Nick Sviggum was present to apply for an ag shed building permit.  Information was reviewed.  Motion by John to approve the permit request.  2nd by Tom.  Motion carries.

Nancy read the Treasurer’s report.  Motion by Tom to approve the treasurer’s report.  2nd by Kerry.

Present Bills:  Motion by Tom to pay Kerry. 2nd by John.  Kerry abstains.  Motion carries.
        Motion by Kerry to pay the remaining bills.  2nd by John.  Motion carries.

Old Business:
    Maps done for County for mileage: ongoing
    Planning & Zoning: nothing to report
    Road Updates: Kerry stated the snow is off the roads.  New truck is working out well as he is now able to cover more area with just the plow.  Tamra had been contacted by the church about snowplowing the lot.  It was decided that being the church is using part of the township’s lot and entrance off of Co. 8 that their snowplow driver could plow those areas.  Kerry would then do a more thorough plowing when he is at the town hall.
The Goodhue County Township Officer’s Meeting was on Saturday, February 1, 2020 at 9 AM at the Zumbrota VFW and was attended by John, Nancy and Tamra.
    The Wanamingo Fire Department’s  Annual Meeting was on Monday, February 3, 2020.  John, Nancy, Tamra and Tom attended.  Tom had to leave for a service call.
    Mixed Municipal Solid Waste Meeting (2nd hearing) was held on Tuesday, February 18, 2020 at 5 PM at the Goodhue Government Center. No one attended.        
    PNP: Presidential Nomination Primary will be on March 3, 2020:  The Feb. 3 training has been completed.  Tamra will work on a schedule for judges.  Nancy and John cannot work together.  Nancy is willing to take the ballots to Red Wing with Tamra.
    March Township Election will be on March 10, 2020 with voting from 5PM-8PM. Tamra, John and Nancy cannot work. Tamra will schedule Rae, Peggy and Dorothy to work and will have Rae and Dorothy count the ballots.  We need to work on getting some other residents trained as judges.  The annual meeting will follow voting. Kerry had suggested a poster board with pictures taken on the projects done in 2019. Could also have the new truck out so residents can see it.
    
New Business:
    January calls for service were 31
    Testing the electronic voting equipment was at 4 PM, Wednesday, February 19, 2020, at the Wanamingo Town Hall.  Notice was published and posted.
    Board of Appeals meeting date is Wednesday, April 8, 2020 at 3 PM at the Wanamingo Town Hall.  John is currently certified.  Will need 2 supervisors and the clerk present.
    MAT Training Spring Short Course will be in Rochester on March 17, 2020
    Townships will be getting new VAT voting equipment to replace the Automark in the future. County will be keeping that machine in their building.
    Need rock bids:  Corey Kielmeyer has contacted Kerry about rock for 2020.  
    Need Supervisors and Treasurer pay information so pay checks can be issued    
                
Other Business:
    The supervisors reviewed the Board of Audit with treasurer and clerk locating random canceled checks and deposits selected by the supervisors. Reporting forms and statements were signed off on.
    Discussion items to support the reason for raising the Road and Bridge Levy:
        There has not been an increase in 10 years.  Rock amounts have increased.  There are three scheduled bridge replacements: by Dick Berquam’s, on the Cherry Grove town line and by Ken Lee’s.  Need to continue to replace culverts. Tractor lease expires and Kerry feels it is in our best interest to buy it out.  Will also need to save up for a grader replacement.
    
    
Motion to adjourn by Tom and 2nd by Kerry. Motion carries
Meeting adjourned at 7:27 PM
Next Meeting on Thursday, March 19, 2020 at 5:30 PM
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Wanamingo Township March Meeting Minutes    
March 20, 2020

**The scheduled March meeting for Thursday, March 19, 2020 was moved to Friday, March 20, 2020 due to a scheduling conflict** Meeting change was published and posted
The March meeting of the Wanamingo Township Board was called to order at approximately 5:30 PM on Friday, March 20, 2020 by Chairman Tom Shane. Members present were Supervisors; Tom Shane, John Hegseth, and Kerry Olson. Clerk; Tamra Berg and Treasurer; Nancy Hegseth.  The Pledge of Allegiance was said. Clerk’s report was read by Tamra. Motion by John to approve the minutes. 2nd by Kerry.  Motion carries
Rock Bids:  Corey Kielmeyer and Jim Zwiener (Bruening) were present.  Rock bids were reviewed.  There was also discussion about Ag Partner’s heavy use of 110th Ave.  Motion by Kerry to accept Kielmeyer’s 2020 rock bid.  2nd by Tom.  Motion carries.  Corey also mentioned that there was a pre-pay option as well.

Treasurer's report was read by Nancy.  Motion by Tom to approve the treasurer’s report.  2nd by Kerry.  Motion carries

Present Bills:  Motion by Tom to pay Kerry.    2nd by John.  Kerry abstains.  Motion carries
Motion by John to pay remaining bills.  2nd by Kerry.  Motion carries

Building Permits: Wayne Lexvold for an ag shed (revising time period).  Wayne was not in attendance but Tamra had called the County as they had already approved the prior permit.  County stated that they have no issues with Wayne proceeding. Township board has no issues with that either.  No motion was made as this permit had already been previously approved.  Tamra will call Wayne.

Reorganization Meeting was called to order by Chairman Tom Shane at 5:53 PM.  Separate reorganization meeting information is filed. No significant changes were made.  Regular meeting continued at approx. 6:10 PM

Old Business:
    Maps done for County for mileage: still ongoing
    Planning & Zoning: nothing at this time
    Road Updates: Kerry has started grading.  Roads are drying out.  He wants to schedule a road inspection.  Mon. April 13 at 8 AM.  Backup date is Wed. April 15 at 8 AM

New Business:.
    February calls for service were 21    
    Board of Appeals date is Wed., April 8, 2020 at 3 PM at the Wanamingo Town Hall.
    The March Planning and Zoning Meeting for township officers and planning commission members has been canceled due to the coronavirus concerns.  
    Discussion of bridge construction and the incurring engineering costs for L0698.  No one remembers when or who signed an agreement with Erickson Engineering.  Tamra will follow-up.    
Also discussed was bridge L0624 on 90th Ave.  County engineering says that culverts are a more cost efficient and faster replacement than a bridge.  Will continue to investigate what is needed.
Proposal for the Bridge Project on 63rd Ave from the County was reviewed.  Tom made a motion to accept the resolution for Bridge L0698 from Goodhue County.  2nd by John.  Motion carries.  Proposal was signed and will be mailed to the County.
Township will be able to get reimbursement for expenses incurred for the PNP Presidential Nomination Primary.  Tamra will fill out the appropriate paperwork.
Annual election and meeting information:
Annual Election results:  John Hegseth; supervisor with 21 votes.  Tamra Berg; clerk with 24 votes.  25 votes were cast.  
 Motion by John to donate $1000 to Goodhue County Fair Board 2nd by Tom. Motion carries.  Motion by John to donate $400 to the Goodhue Historical Society 2nd by Tom.  Motion carries.
 Tom made a motion to accept the resolution to offer a bounty of $20.00 per coyote and a $1.00 bounty per gopher plus ½ cost of bait. 2nd by Kerry.  Motion carries.  
Motion by John to approve March 9, 2021 for the township annual election and meeting with same times as 2020.  2nd by Kerry.  Motion carries.
    John made a motion to certify the township levy as discussed at the annual meeting with an increase of $20,000 to the Road and Bridge Fund.  General $30,000 Road and Bridge $145,000 Fire $22,000 Total $197,000. 2nd by Kerry.  Motion carries

Other Business:
    Kerry said that fuel prices are dropping and he suggested we pre-pay fuel.  Motion by Kerry to pre-pay 1000 gallons of diesel at the local price with Ag Partner’s. 2nd by Tom.  Motion carries.  Kerry will follow-up with Ag Partners.
John presented information on a tree service that he was sent.

Motion to adjourn by Tom and 2nd by Kerry. Motion carries
Meeting adjourned at 6:47 PM    
Next Meeting on Thursday, April 16, 2020 at 5:30 PM
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Wanamingo Township April Meeting Minutes    
April 16, 2020


The April meeting of the Wanamingo Township Board was called to order at approximately 5:30 PM on Thursday, April 16, 2020 by Chairman Tom Shane. Members present were Supervisors; Tom Shane, John Hegseth, and Kerry Olson. Clerk; Tamra Berg and Treasurer; Nancy Hegseth.  The Pledge of Allegiance was said. Clerk’s report was read by Tamra. Motion by John to approve the minutes. 2nd by Kerry.  Motion carries.  Treasurer's report was read by Nancy.  Motion by Kerry to approve the treasurer’s report.  2nd by John.  Motion carries

Present Bills:  Motion by John to pay Kerry.    2nd by Tom.  Kerry abstains.  Motion carries
Motion by Tom to pay remaining bills.  2nd by John.  Motion carries

Old Business:
    Maps done for County for mileage: still ongoing
    Planning & Zoning: nothing at this time
    Road Updates: Tom stated the road are looking good when compared to other township roads in the area.  Good job, Kerry.  Kerry had been out to plow snow.
    Bridge discussions:   Bridge on 460th town road with Cherry Grove Township:  John had spoken with the County Engineer and a block came out and they have deemed the box culvert unsafe.  This will have to be a bridge replacement.  Road is closed by the bridge so we may see increased traffic on 110th.  Wanamingo Township will be responsible for $10,000 for engineering and road construction fees for their half.  Motion by Kerry to accept the updated road agreement with Cherry Grove Township.  2nd by John.  Motion carries.  
    90th Ave. bridge agreement from the County:  Not sure if it would work for the township to replace ourselves as we would need a hydraulic analysis to be performed.  That would be an outside hire.  Board decided not to sign the agreement yet as they would like to continue to investigate to see what size culvert and costs would be needed to have it installed.  Kerry will follow-up.
    63rd Ave (L0698) bridge contract with Erickson Engineering was sent to Tamra from Tom Wilson.  It had been signed by Tom Shane and Don Reynolds in 2018.  
    PNP (Presidential Nomination Primary) reimbursement for expenses totaling $1480.25 has been sent to the County.
    Road Inspections:  Due to the earlier snow event the road inspections will be moved to Monday, April 20 at 8 AM with back-up date of Tuesday, April 21 at 8 AM.
    Board of Appeals:  Tom and Kerry agreed to take the necessary training when it becomes available.
    John has talked to the County concerning the intersection of 40 Acres Trail and County Rd. 30.  He has seen that is difficult for large trucks to maneuver.  County’s idea is changing intersection to 90 degree which would then move it more onto John’s property.  The Board felt if the west side had fill that would widen the intersection.  There needs to be a site visit from a County Engineer to see the situation.

New Business:
    March calls for service were 24. County says numbers were down due to Covid-19    
MAT hosting online seminars. Please check your email or the MAT website if interested.
Mowing at town hall:  Tom and Kerry will take care of it.  Kerry has gotten black dirt to fill in the remainder of the parking lot and then will get it leveled and seeded.
Motion by Kerry to open min. maintenance roads 2nd by Tom.  Motion carries.


Motion to adjourn by John and 2nd by Kerry. Motion carries
Meeting adjourned at 6:31 PM    
Next Meeting on Thursday, May 21, 2020 at 5:30 PM
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Wanamingo Township May Meeting Minutes    
May 21, 2020


The May meeting of the Wanamingo Township Board was called to order at approximately 5:30 PM on Thursday, May 21, 2020 by Chairman Tom Shane. Members present were Supervisors; Tom Shane, John Hegseth, and Kerry Olson. Clerk; Tamra Berg and Treasurer; Nancy Hegseth.  The Pledge of Allegiance was said. Clerk’s report was read by Tamra. Motion by John to approve the minutes. 2nd by Kerry.  Motion carries.  

Building Permits:  Julie Praus was present to request an Ag building permit.  They will be replacing their barn with a larger structure.  Julie had the necessary documents.  The board reviewed her information.  John made a motion to approve the Ag building permit.  2nd by Tom.  Motion carries.

Treasurer's report was read by Nancy.  Nancy expressed concern about having enough money in the checking account to cover the bills.  She will move money out of the Money Market account into the checking.  Motion by Kerry to approve the treasurer’s report. 2nd by John.  Motion carries.

Present Bills:  Motion by Tom to pay Kerry.    2nd by John.  Kerry abstains.  Motion carries
Motion by Kerry to pay remaining bills.  2nd by John.  Motion carries

Old Business:
    Maps done for County for mileage: still ongoing
    Planning & Zoning: should try to schedule a meeting
    Road Updates: Scheduled roads for 2020 are rocked and graded.  Anderson Trucking had asked Kerry if they could use the soil center road (110th Ave) for their empty trucks due to the detour from the Wanamingo roundabout construction.  Kerry gave them the okay.  Tamra will email County Commissioner; Barney Nesseth, to see if the township can receive any assistance with road maintenance due to the detour causing additional usage of 110th Ave.  John said the tile line in the right-of-way on 40 Acre Trail is broke.  Ellingson will fix it.  Township will be responsible for 500 ft.  Will wait until John gets the bill and is sure the tile line is working correctly before presenting the township with their portion.
    Bridge Updates:  Another bill for 63rd Ave bridge (by Dick Berquam’s).  John will call County with regards to the Cherry Grove bridge (460th St.).  Would like to know if the weight limit could be lowered so at least car or pickup traffic could use it.  This closure is also causing additional road traffic on 110th Ave south of Hwy 60.  John has talked to Chris Fritz at Goodhue FSA concerning bridge on 90th Ave.  Chris can look at it for the hydraulic analysis. Investigation continues.
    Road Inspections:  See separate sheet from 04/20/2020.  Items from sheet were discussed.
    100th Ave. debris cleanup:  Discussion concerning the initial culvert replacement in 2018 by Schumacher’s.  Submitted bid stated they would cleanup debris.  John called Schumacher’s and they said they had cleaned up debris from the right-of way and the remaining stumps and debris piles were from Dave Froyum’s property.  Supervisors would like a bill for $750 sent to Dave Froyum to cover part of the cost for the remaining cleanup.
    Board of Appeals Online Training opens July 1st. Information in Township Insider.  Kerry and Tom will take it.
    Mowing at Town Hall:  Motion by Kerry to hire Josh Lyon to mow at the Town Hall for $40 a time.  2nd by Tom.  Motion carries.

New Business:
    April calls for service were 17.        
MN LTAP is hosting an online seminar for Supervisors and operators for gravel road maintenance on May 27 from 10-11 AM.
Property Tax Abatement Program from the County: 99.3% of money has been collected
Thank-you notes received from the Goodhue County Fair and Goodhue Historical Society for the Township’s donations
Emergency Management email list: Currently Chairman and Clerk. Will change from Tom to Kerry.
Election discussion:  Tamra has been getting election information from the County with regards to COVID-19 and how it will affect the elections.  Kerry Olson and Leah Shane are interested in becoming judges, Upcoming August Primary generally has a low voter turnout.  Supervisors not interested in purchasing plastic barrier shields.  Relocation is not necessary as it was felt our building is large enough to handle voter traffic.  Can also use the north door as an exit.  There will be upcoming election judge online training.

Other Business:
    Nancy was wondering about any additional payments that will need to be made.  PERA and IRS for Kerry will need to be paid.


Motion to adjourn by John and 2nd by Kerry. Motion carries
Meeting adjourned at 7:05 PM    
Next Meeting on Thursday, June 18, 2020 at 5:30 PM
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Wanamingo Township June Meeting Minutes    
June 18, 2020


The June meeting of the Wanamingo Township Board was called to order at approximately 5:30 PM on Thursday, June 18, 2020 by Chairman Tom Shane. Members present were Supervisors; Tom Shane, John Hegseth, and Kerry Olson. Treasurer; Nancy Hegseth.  The Pledge of Allegiance was said.

Building Permits: Gary Berg was present to apply for a building permit for a replacement dwelling.  Motion by John to approve the building permit.  2nd by Tom.  Motion carries.

Dick Berquam approached the board to discuss the bridge replacement (L0698) on 63rd Ave.
He does not want a box culvert as there is debris that plugs it up.  He had met with Greg Isakson from the County and was told the township should have received a package with options for the bridge replacement.  The board did not recall that.  County needs easement in order to proceed.

Clerk Tamra Berg arrived at 6:00 PM.  Clerk’s report was read by Tamra. Motion by John to approve the minutes. 2nd by Kerry.  Motion carries.  Treasurer’s report was read by Nancy.  Motion by John to approve the treasurer’s report.  2nd by Tom.  Motion carries.  Nancy did state that she has moved money from the Money Market Account into the regular checking.

Present Bills:  Motion by John to pay Kerry.    2nd by Tom.  Kerry abstains.  Motion carries,
Motion by Tom to pay remaining bills.  2nd by Kerry.  Motion carries.  Will pay the Santander bill $33,915.00 (2019 Plow Truck) in July.

Keith Allen introduced himself to the board.  He is running for County Commissioner and he is also on the Cherry Grove Township Board.  His family raises goats and he also operates Hay Creek Ag Services.  His views are similar to Barney Nesseth’s.  There are 3 other candidates for County Commissioner; Todd Greseth, Phillip Parish, and Rod Steel.  Because there are more than 2 candidates they will be on the August Primary ballot.  The board thanked Keith for taking time to come to our township meeting.

Old Business:
    Maps done for County for mileage: ongoing
    Planning & Zoning:  need to plan a meeting
    Road Updates: Kerry has the 1st mowing completed.  Luhman’s will be out on Tuesday and Kerry will grade those roads before the chloride is put down.  Motion by John to chloride 400th from Hader Trail ½ mile west for 1 year.  2nd by Kerry.  Tom abstains.  Motion carries.  Pothole on 408th Ave by Harlan Hjermstad’s. Kerry will check it out
Bridge Updates:  Kerry had conversation with Ethan Seaberg concerning 63rd Ave bridge
Board of Appeals Online Training opens July 1st. Tom and Kerry will take it.

    
New Business:
    May calls for service were 30.        
Election discussion:  Motion by Kerry to appoint the following judges; Tom Shane, Leah Shane, Nancy Hegseth, John Hegseth, Kerry Olson, Dorothy Hjermstad, Rae Rusnak, and Tamra Berg as head judge for both the August Primary and November General election upon completion of the required training.  2nd by John.  Motion carries.
Training will be online and starts July 1.  PPE equipment will be supplied and paid for by the County.  At this time, it is not mandatory that masks be warn but it is encouraged.
Tamra received an absentee voter application from the Center for Voter Information.  Just wondering if anyone else got this as it is not from the County.
State Demographics for Wanamingo Township:  2019 population estimate is 439 with household estimate as 167

Other Business:
    Nancy mentioned the CD is due for renewal.  She will withdraw some funds to cover the June expenses.  The property tax money should come in July.
    Tom will be out of town the week of July 16 so the board decided to move the meeting up one week.    
    
Motion by John to adjourn 2nd by Kerry
Meeting adjourned at 7:00 PM
Next Meeting on Thursday, July 9, 2020 at 5:30 PM
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Wanamingo Township July Meeting Minutes
    July 9, 2020


Note: The July meeting was moved from July 16, 2020 to July 9, 2020 due to a scheduling conflict.  A meeting notice change was published and posted.

The July meeting of the Wanamingo Township Board was called to order at approximately 5:30 PM on Thursday, July 9, 2020 by Chairman Tom Shane. Members present were Supervisors; Tom Shane, John Hegseth, and Kerry Olson. Clerk; Tamra Berg and Treasurer; Nancy Hegseth.  The Pledge of Allegiance was said. Clerk’s report was read by Tamra. Motion by John to approve the minutes. 2nd by Kerry.  Motion carries.  

Building Permits: James Berquam was present to apply for an Ag building permit.  Motion by Kerry to approve the permit.  2nd by Tom.  Motion carries.

Treasurer's report was read by Nancy.  The CD rates were discussed.  They are low so the money has all been moved into the Money Market account.  Nancy is also trying to get a penalty fee removed as she was not told about that when she initially moved the money.  Motion to approve the treasurer’s report by John.  2nd by Kerry.  Motion carries.

Present Bills:  Motion by John to pay Kerry.    2nd by Tom.  Kerry abstains.  Motion carries.
Motion by Tom to pay remaining bills.  2nd by John.  Motion carries.

Old Business:
    Maps done for County for mileage….ongoing
    Planning & Zoning….no meetings have been held.  Board feels that they should meet.  Tamra will mention it to the Chairman; Gregg Erickson, as she thought that he should be calling for a meeting.
    Road Updates: Kerry has been going around with the mower.  Chloride is done.  When the roundabout is completed Kerry can then fix up 110th Ave (Ag Partner’s main road), as that is currently used as a detour.  Township should consider digging up the old frost boils as mud is showing.  May need 4-5 hours with an excavator and a place to put the dirt.  Will backfill with rock and class 5.  
Bridge Updates:  At June’s meeting when Dick Berquam was present to discuss the 63rd Ave bridge he mentioned that there is debris below the bridge and felt it should be cleaned out. He stated he wanted a written agreement from the Township that they would take care of this and until he had an agreement he did not want the bridge project to proceed.  Tamra had emailed the MAT attorney and was informed that it is the township’s duty to clean out debris to allow for surface water drainage.  He also felt that having a contractual agreement was not a good idea.  It was also stated that it is up to the Board to decide when to clean or maintain it.  Greg Isakson with the County had called Tom.  Tamra had also spoken with Ethan Seaberg.  Ethan had emailed Tamra the bridge documentation they had along with an easement agreement.  The township would need Dick to sign the easement agreement so the project could continue.  Ethan also sent Tamra a picture of what the replacement bridge would look like.  Discussion concerning the bridge continued when Dick Berquam joined the meeting.  Dick stated he does not want this project.  He does not want something junky.  He was shown the picture of what the bridge would look like and he did not like that design.  He had other examples on his laptap that he showed the board.  He would prefer something that flares out.  He said he had called John Hegseth months earlier and asked if this was going to be a bridge or a culvert.  John had told him a bridge so Dick was wondering why it is now a culvert.  Board explained that information that is given to them in February by the County for upcoming projects are classified as bridge replacements.  Replacing the bridges with precast culverts is more cost and time effective.  The township has already spent a considerable amount of money towards engineering fees and will need to see if any of that could be applied to a different bridge plan.  Board has decided to table this until next year.  Dick will not sign the easement.  Tom will call Greg Isakson and Tamra will call Ethan Seaberg to let them know the status.  County had wanted to let out bids for the purchase of the culverts on July 10.
90th Ave bridge (by Lee’s):  should the township have concerns with an easement from the adjoining landowners so we don’t have the same problem as with the 63rd Ave bridge?
460th St. bridge (town line road with Cherry Grove):  Due to the discovery of a 10 ft. deep scour hole downstream of the inplace bridge this will need to be a full bridge replacement.
Board of Appeals Online Training opened July 1st.  Tom and Kerry will take it.
Election Online Training opened July 1, some may have gotten an email.  County said we can take as a group with the Clerk.  Will have training on July 22 at 2 PM at the town hall.
    
New Business:
    June calls for service were 29    
PNP reimbursement money has been received
    Primary election will be Tuesday, August 11, 2020 from 7 AM – 8 PM.  Tamra will set up a work schedule for the judges and send out that information.  Masks will be mandatory.
Coronavirus relief funds (CARES) available for local governments.  Tamra has been getting emails from the County for available funds that could be used for unbudgeted expenses due to COVID.
Shared information received on filing a Proof of Claim in the Prudue Bankruptcy
Shared information received on a New Health Insurance Benefit Program offered (Health Reimbursement) through MAT.

Other Business:
    Kerry wants to get some metal culverts to keep on hand.
    Will need to get a pay-out amount for the tractor.      
    
Motion to adjourn by Kerry and 2nd by John.  Motion carries
Meeting adjourned at 6:56 PM    
Next Meeting on Thursday, August 20, 2020 at 5:30 PM
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Wanamingo Township August Meeting Minutes
    August 20, 2020


The August meeting of the Wanamingo Township Board was called to order at approximately 5:30 PM on Thursday, August 20, 2020 by Chairman Tom Shane. Members present were Supervisors; Tom Shane, John Hegseth, and Kerry Olson. Clerk; Tamra Berg and Treasurer; Nancy Hegseth.  The Pledge of Allegiance was said.

Building Permits: Jim Johnson was present to apply for a garage building permit.  Motion by John to approve the permit.  2nd by Kerry.  Motion carries.

Joe Koncur was present to apply for a garage building permit.  Motion by Tom to approve the permit.  2nd by Kerry.  Motion carries.

Mark and Ruth Revland were present to apply for an enclosed porch addition building permit.  Motion by Tom to approve the permit.  2nd by John.  Motion carries.

Clerk’s report was read by Tamra. Motion by Kerry to approve the minutes. 2nd by Tom.  Motion carries.  Treasurer's report was read by Nancy.  The COVID CARES money has been received along with gravel tax money but these will be on next month’s treasurer’s report.  Motion by John to approve the treasurer’s report.  2nd by Tom.  Motion carries.

Present Bills:  Motion by John to pay Kerry.    2nd by Tom.  Kerry abstains.  Motion carries.
Motion by Tom to pay remaining bills.  2nd by Kerry.  Motion carries.

Old Business:
    Maps done for County for mileage….ongoing
    Planning & Zoning….Tamra had mentioned having a meeting to Rae while working at the election.  Rae had said she would contact Gregg.  Tamra had also mentioned it to Gregg when he came in to vote at the election.
    Road Updates: Kerry has taken care of the old frost boils.  He has cleaned out the debris below the 63rd Ave bridge by Dick Berquam’s.  He cut up the wood and removed it from the area.  Keith Allen dropped off information on the 460th Ave. bridge (town line road with Cherry Grove Township).  This will have to be a single span prestressed concrete beam bridge due to the high flows and scour potential.  Construction should take place this winter.  Tamra has also received copies of the billings from their clerk.  Discussion about the 63rd Ave bridge.  Tom had called Erickson Engineering and was told revision costs would be an additional $20,000.  Costs for a single span bridge could also be an additional $100,000.  Bridge has a weight restriction of 3 TON.  Board would like to invite Dick Berquam to the Sept. meeting to share their findings. Township should also make sure we do not have any easement issues with the 90th Ave. bridge replacement.
    Board of Appeals Online Training opened July 1st.  Tom and Kerry will take it.  Tamra will assist Kerry using the township’s computer to take the online class on August 24.  
    Primary Election on Tuesday, August 11, had 93 voters.  
    Federal CARES Act has Coronavirus relief funds available for local governments.  Tamra attended a meeting on Monday, August 10 at the Fire Hall to discuss donating the township’s fund towards the purchase of a Rescue Rig.  Other townships that the Wanamingo Fire Dept. service were also in attendance.  Tamra shared the information from the meeting with the Board and they would like to see those dollars stay local.  Another meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, Sept. 8 to let the Fire Dept. know if a financial commitment can be given to them.  It was also asked if the Zumbrota Ambulance would need additional funds due to COVID and if that information could be brought to the Sept. 8 meeting.  Tamra had mailed in the Certification form.  Board discussed if a new air conditioner could be purchased with our CARES dollars.  Tamra will check that out.  Tamra has purchased an additional table so social distancing can be practiced.  Would like to buy another table.

New Business:
    July calls for service were 36
    Tom made a motion to accept a Resolution Adopting the Minnesota Townships General Records Retention Schedule.  2nd by Kerry.  Motion carries.  This resolution will allow the clerk to clean out old township information that is no longer needed.
John Deere Tractor loader/mower buy-out options.  Due date is 11/07/2020.  Kerry made
a motion to buy-out the lease contract when the payment is due.  2nd by Tom.  Motion carries.    A note was received from the Goodhue Co. Fair concerning the cancelling of the 2020  fair.  Money donated will be used to install and hook-up to Zumbrota’s water and sewer.    
    The District 4 Meeting on Wednesday, August 12, 2020 was via teleconference, Tamra had dialed in.  Several MN House and Senate members spoke.  CARES dollars were discussed.  MAT classes are now held via computer.     
    Tamra had a request from the County to send in the final Levy Certification for Taxes.
    Reminder that there needs to be a culvert replacement on 425th St. by Bruce Rohl’s.

Motion to adjourn by Tom and 2nd by Kerry.  Motion carries
Meeting adjourned at 6:56 PM    
Next Meeting on Thursday, Sept. 17, 2020 at 5:30 PM
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Wanamingo Township September Meeting Minutes
    September 17, 2020


The September meeting of the Wanamingo Township Board was called to order at approximately 5:30 PM on Thursday, September 17, 2020 by Chairman Tom Shane. Members present were Supervisors; Tom Shane, John Hegseth, and Kerry Olson. Clerk; Tamra Berg and Treasurer; Nancy Hegseth.  The Pledge of Allegiance was said.  Clerk’s report was read by Tamra. Motion by Kerry to approve the minutes. 2nd by John.  Motion carries.  

Richard Berquam and his daughter; Jennifer were in attendance to discuss the 63rd Ave bridge replacement (L0698) at the request of the township board.  Tom said he had contacted Tom Wilson with Erickson Engineering and was told that if changes were made to a span bridge it would be an additional $100,000 with an additional $20,000 in engineering fees.  The township has already spent approx. $18,000 towards engineering fees for the plans of a box culvert.  It was also mentioned that the additional funding would probably not be approved.  Tom had also mentioned in a discussion with Greg Isakson from the County that this is not a high usage road which would affect the funding as well.  Mr. Berquam is probably the main user of the road.  The bridge is currently listed as 3 Ton.  Concerns were addressed regarding liability for any damage to the bridge or a vehicle crossing it.  The bridge is posted so whoever would cross it would be held liable.  Realistically, the township’s grader or snowplow should not be crossing it.  Mr. Berquam stated that he had recently hauled a load of corn with a weight of 46,000 lbs over it and felt that the bridge is holding up fine.  No one knows why the bridge was inspected in the first place.  Mr. Berquam was concerned about debris and felt that if a span bridge were built the issues with debris would be minimal for many years to come.  The board stated that the township is legally obligated to clean out the debris and has recently done so.  Mr. Berquam was also wondering why he was not asked or involved in the bridge replacement process.  The board stated that they are given information at the Feb. meeting for townships in which the County lists the upcoming bridge replacements for the next several years.  Mr. Berquam was asked what his biggest concerns were related to the bridge and he stated it was safety and debris.  It was pointed out to Mr. Berquam that the project cannot proceed without his signing of the easement.  Tom suggested that the board invite Greg Isakson with the County and Tom Wilson with Erickson Engineering along with the Berquam’s to the October meeting.  

Todd Greseth was also in attendance to introduce himself to the board and let them know he is running for County Commissioner.  He was asked about any issues that he feels strongly about and he stated he did not like how the landfill/garbage issue was handled.  He is also concerned about Veteran affairs and staffing issues.  He feels that the Sheriff’s dept. is in good shape now. The board thanked Todd for coming.

Treasurer's report was read by Nancy.  Motion by John to approve the treasurer’s report.  2nd by Kerry.  Motion carries.

Building Permits: None

Present Bills:  Discussion concerning the CARES dollars.  Board would like the money to stay local. Out of the $11,150.00, it was decided to give the Wanamingo Fire Dept. through the City of Wanamingo $8601.09.  The balance will be given to the Zumbrota Ambulance less some dollars for a couple of tables for the town hall.  The board chose not to give the K-W School district any funds.  HVAC equipment cannot use CARES dollars.
Motion by Tom to pay Kerry.    2nd by John.  Kerry abstains.  Motion carries.
Motion by Kerry to pay remaining bills.  2nd by Tom.  Motion carries

Old Business:
    Maps done for County for mileage:  ongoing
    Planning & Zoning:  Tamra had requested having a meeting in Sept. with Rae, Gregg and Gary on August 11.  A meeting notice was posted for Sept. 8 and Tamra was at the town hall.  No one else came.  Will get one scheduled for October.
    Road Updates: Kerry has completed the last mowing.  He plans to replace the culvert by Bruce Rohl’s next week.  He plans on renting an excavator.  Tamra mentioned that 408th and County 1 has a sharp angle making it difficult for a semi to make the turn.  It was mentioned to Ethan Seaberg as not sure if this was due to the County 1 road construction.  Ethan said he would have Todd Majerus look at it.  Just wanted Kerry to be aware of this so he can follow-up.
Board of Appeals Online Training opened July 1st:  Kerry has completed his.  Tom plans to get his completed as well.

New Business:
    August calls for service were 36
    Tamra had to complete a CARES election municipality agreement for the County.  This was stating that Goodhue County had received CARES funds to help pay for extra election materials, PPE and cleaning supplies that the County distributed to the townships.
Tamra has received an Environmental Assessment Worksheet via email from MNDOT on the upcoming Hwy 52 projects.  MNDOT is finalizing their Hader interchange designs.
    
Motion to adjourn by Tom and 2nd by John.  Motion carries
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Wanamingo Township October Meeting Minutes
    October 15, 2020


The October meeting of the Wanamingo Township Board was called to order at approximately 5:30 PM on Thursday, October 15, 2020 by Chairman Tom Shane. Members present were Supervisors; Tom Shane, John Hegseth, and Kerry Olson. Clerk; Tamra Berg and Treasurer; Nancy Hegseth.  The Pledge of Allegiance was said.  Clerk’s report was read by Tamra. Motion by Kerry to approve the minutes. 2nd by John.  Motion carries.  

Building Permits: Bryan Fredrickson requested a building permit for a house.  This will be a replacement dwelling.  Board reviewed the location.  Motion by Tom to approve the permit.  2nd by Kerry.  Motion carries.   Shane Briggs with Briggs and Rabehl Builders were representing Kenny Jacobson for an Ag storage building.  Motion by John to approve the permit.  2nd by Kerry.  Motion carries.

63rd Ave. Bridge Project (L0698): Greg Isakson with Goodhue County, Tom Wilson with Erickson Engineering, Brad Anderson as County Commissioner and Dick and Jenny Berquam as landowners were invited to discuss the bridge project.  Dick expressed how fundamental the bridge is to his family as the 3rd generation living there.  His grandchildren often go to the bridge.  Greg said there will not be much difference other than it being wider with slope.  Tom Wilson felt the box culvert would be a safer option than what is there now.  Greg showed Dick the engineering plans.  Jenny was wondering about wing walls and if they can have something without the cement center.  Dick wants the bridge to look like the bridge further to the south.  Greg stated that 2 - 16 foot culverts are the standard used and it would be easier to mow.  It was suggested to have a railing and it could be incorporated with the project along with precast or concrete in place wingwalls.  Dick mentioned that if a regular bridge were installed that could lessen the debris and would last longer.  Tom Wilson said that a span bridge would change the curve in the road south of his yard and that a span bridge has a 70 year lifespan compared to 100 years for a box culvert.  There also would not be funding available for a span bridge. Tamra shared information about the bridge inspection which put the weight limit to 3 Ton.  Greg stated that if the County deems the bridge unsafe it will close it.  Tom Wilson will send pictures of a bridge with similar changes to what the Berquam’s are requesting and will wait to see if Dick is happy with the looks of that bridge before making any modifications to the engineering plans.  If modifications to the current bridge plans are done there will be no additional cost to the township.  Timeframe for a culvert bridge replacement is approx. 2 weeks with a span bridge approx. 10-12 weeks.  Project can be completed in the spring of 2021.

It was also asked if Greg Isakson knew the status of the Boyum pit reclamation.  He said that is for Lisa Hanni to address.  Road mileage was also questioned.  Brad Anderson said we should check with the recorder’s office to see if the roads are recorded.  Some roads are classified as cartways.  Will need to check the field card.  The board thanked Greg, Tom, and Brad for attending and listening to all the issues presented.

Darryl Logan was in attendance to address concerns about potential water overflow on 116th Ave Way when the new Hader interchange is constructed.  If a bigger box culvert were needed should MN Dot pay for that?  Tamra will contact Mike Dougherty with DOT.  Tamra also showed the board the 2 design concepts for the Hader interchange she was sent from Mike.

Treasurer's report was read by Nancy.  She will have to move some money into checking to cover the bills.  Motion by Tom to approve the treasurer’s report.  2nd by Kerry.  Motion carries.

Present Bills:  Motion by Tom to pay Kerry.    2nd by John.  Kerry abstains.  Motion carries.
Motion by Kerry to pay remaining bills.  2nd by Tom.  Motion carries

Old Business:
Maps done for County for mileage:  discussed earlier with County
    Planning & Zoning:  A meeting was held on Tuesday, October 13 with Rae, Tamra, Gary, and Hakon in attendance.  Reviewed the zoning ordinances and will need to make revisions.
    Road Updates: Kerry will finish all the mowing before it freezes.  The culvert is in place by Rohl’s.  408th and #1 has been looked at by the County as Kerry saw markings on the road.
Kerry has talked to the Lee’s concerning the 90th Ave bridge replacement.  The 460th bridge is still being worked on.  
Board of Appeals Online Training:  Tom still needs to complete
CARES dollars:
Motion by Kerry to adopt a resolution to transfer funds to the City of Wanamingo for the Fire Dept. 2nd by Tom.  Motion carries.  Motion by Kerry to adopt a resolution expending coronavirus aid, relief, and economic security    .  2nd by Tom.  Motion carries. Resolutions on file

New Business:
Sept. calls for service were 27
    2020 Annual Township Road Milage Certification will be sent to the County with 39 miles reported.
     General Election is on Tuesday; Nov. 3, 2020 with voting hours 7 AM – 8 PM.  Tamra will send out a schedule for judges.
Zumbrota Ambulance Board position is open with Len Feuling resigning.  Tamra had asked Ali Coulter if she was interested and she was not.  Will need to think of someone.


Motion to adjourn by Kerry and 2nd by John.  Motion carries
Meeting adjourned at 7:22 PM    
Next Meeting on Thursday, Nov. 19, 2020 at 5:30 PM
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Meeting adjourned at 7:09 PM    
Next Meeting on Thursday, Oct. 15, 2020 at 5:30 PM
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Wanamingo Township November Meeting Minutes
    November 19, 2020


The November meeting of the Wanamingo Township Board was called to order at approximately 5:30 PM on Thursday, November 19, 2020 by Chairman Tom Shane. Members present were Supervisors; Tom Shane, John Hegseth, and Kerry Olson. Clerk; Tamra Berg and Treasurer; Nancy Hegseth.  The Pledge of Allegiance was said.  Clerk’s report was read by Tamra. Motion by Kerry to approve the minutes. 2nd  by John.  Motion carries.  Treasurer's report was read by Nancy.  Motion by John to approve the treasurer’s report.  2nd by Kerry.  Motion carries.

Present Bills:  Motion by Tom to pay Kerry.    2nd by John.  Kerry abstains.  Motion carries.
Motion by John to pay remaining bills.  2nd by Kerry.  Motion carries

Old Business:
Maps done for County for mileage: ongoing
    Planning & Zoning:  ongoing
    Road Updates: Kerry is waiting for snow.  He has fixed the mower and has a couple of ditches left to do.  63rd Ave. Bridge: Kerry had been contacted by Dick Berquam that the pictures he was sent by Tom Wilson were acceptable.  Dick was going to contact the County.  90th Ave. bridge is still in progress.  Motion by John to accept the agreement from the County for the bridge replacement on 90th Ave. (L0624) 2nd by Tom.  Motion carries.  The 460th bridge is still being worked on.  Road is still closed.  408th and #1 had the culvert extended by the County.  Kerry feels that the mailbox placement on 408th could pose issues with the snowplow.
Board of Appeals Online Training:  Tom is aware
CARES dollars: remaining dollars were spent on 2 plastic tables for the town hall
    Election: Thanks to all the judges who worked the General Election on Tuesday; Nov. 3, 2020.  Great turnout with a few voters that would not wear a mask so we served them curbside.

New Business:
    Oct. calls for service were 45
    Motion by Tom to pass a resolution to designate the Wanamingo Town Hall as the official polling place in 2021 for elections.  2nd by Kerry. Motion carries.
    Information shared about MN Dot changes for Hwy 52 project plans
    2020 MAT Annual Conference Fri. Nov. 20 – Sat. Nov. 21 is online
    Motion by Kerry to close the minimum maintenance roads.  2nd by Tom.  Motion carries.

Other Business:
    It was discussed that there should be either dead end or no thru traffic signs placed on a couple of the township roads.  Residents cannot consider these roads to be private driveways if they are maintained by the township.

Motion to adjourn by Tom and 2nd by Kerry.  Motion carries
Meeting adjourned at 6:29 PM    
Next Meeting on Thursday, Dec. 17, 2020 at 5:30 PM
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Wanamingo Township December Meeting Minutes
    December 17, 2020


The December meeting of the Wanamingo Township Board was called to order at approximately 5:30 PM on Thursday, December 17, 2020 by Chairman Tom Shane. Members present were Supervisors; Tom Shane, John Hegseth, and Kerry Olson. Clerk; Tamra Berg and Treasurer; Nancy Hegseth.  The Pledge of Allegiance was said.  Clerk’s report was read by Tamra. Motion by Kerry to approve the minutes. 2nd  by John.  Motion carries.  Treasurer's report was read by Nancy.  Motion by John to approve the treasurer’s report.  2nd by Kerry.  Motion carries.

Present Bills:  Motion by John to pay Kerry.    2nd by Tom.  Kerry abstains.  Motion carries.
Motion by Tom to pay remaining bills.  2nd by Kerry.  Motion carries

Building Permits: none

Old Business:
    Maps done for County for mileage: ongoing
    Planning & Zoning: nothing to report
    Road Updates: Kerry stated that the culvert on 425th is finished. This was an emergency culvert repair when the culvert had a hole in it.  All mowing is completed.  Snow equipment is good to go.  90th bridge information has been signed and Tamra will get it sent into the County.  63rd Ave. bridge:  Kerry has talked to Ethan Seaberg as Ethan has been having trouble getting ahold of Dick Berquam.  Kerry will contact Dick after Jan. 1.  The deed to that property is still in Dick’s mother’s name and needs to be updated before the township’s easement can be recorded.
    Board of Appeals Online Training reminder for Tom to complete
    Westwoods minimum maintenance road is closed.  Kerry will put a closed sign up on both ends of 420th St. Way as the gate is broken
    Tamra mentioned concerns about the mailbox on 408th to the Hjermstad’s.  Kerry said we can see how snowplowing goes and if the placement of that mailbox is still an issue we can address it in the spring
    Zumbrota Ambulance board position is open.  Tamra will attend the meeting in Feb. and we will ask if any residents are interested in the position at the March annual meeting.
        
New Business:
    Nov. calls for service were 25
    March Election Information:
Supervisor Tom Shane and Treasurer Nancy Hegseth’s positions are up for re-election.
December 29 – January 12  is the candidate filing period with filing closing on the 12th at 5pm, the office will be open from 1pm to 5pm. January 14 is the last day for a candidate to withdraw from the election, the office will be open until 5pm.  February 5– Absentee voting begins.    

Motion to adjourn by John and 2nd by Kerry.  Motion carries
Meeting adjourned at 6:10 PM    
Next Meeting on Thursday, Jan. 21, 2021 at 5:30 PM
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