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City of Glencoe - Council Meeting

City of Glencoe
GLENCOE CITY COUNCIL
MEETING MINUTES
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 2021
7:00 P.M.
Mayor Voss called the regular meeting of the city council to order at 7:00 p.m. Members present: Neid, Lemke, Schrupp, Robeck, Olson. Also present: City Administrator Larson, Assistant City Administrator Jerabek, City Attorney Ostlund, Finance Director Trippel, PWDs Schreifels and Voigt, Police Chief Padilla and Fire Chief Scheidt. Motion to approve the consent agenda as presented entered by
Member Neid, second by Member Schrupp. All members voted in favor. A. Approve the minutes of the regular meeting of August 16, 2021. B. Approve the following building permits:

1. Sam’s Tire. 1231 Ford Ave N;
New Construction, Mechanical
Permits
2. Jon Niebuhr, 200 Edgewood Dr;
Egress Window
3. Randy Scrivner, 1412 15 th St E;
Remodel, Plumbing, Mechanical
Permits
4. Cory Roskamp, 1703 Ives Ave N;
Remodel, Mechanical, Plumbing
Permits
5. Maria Martinez, 808 DeSoto Ave
N; Plumbing & Mechanical Permits
6. Silvner Hernandez, 105 9 th St E;
Plumbing Permit
7. Anthony Pender, 1608 Ives Ave N;
Window Replacement
8. Beverly Templin, 1408 Cedar Ave
N; Re-roof
9. Ralph Aldrich, 1306 10 th St E;
Window Replacement
10. Matthew Hins, 1215 10 th St E;
Re-roof
11. Wes Olson, 1112 Hennepin Ave
N; Window Replacement
12. Werth Investment Trust, 1605

Newton Ave N; Mechanical Permit Fire Chief Cory Scheidt reviewed the
quote from MacQueen Emergency to
replace the Self Contained Breathing
Apparatus (SCBA) equipment for $222,325.12. The funds to purchase
will come from the ARAP funds that
the City received. The City Auditor
Christopher Knopik has approved the
purchase from the ARAP funds, as the SCBA is used for every fire and rescue run by the Fire Department as part of a response to the Coronavirus Pandemic.
Councilor Olson motion to approve
the purchase of the Self Contained
Breathing Apparatus equipment from
MacQueen Emergency in the amount
of $222,325.12. Councilor Robeck
seconded. All members voted in
favor.
Public Works Director Voigt
presented the quotes for a plow truck
cab and chassis. Lead times for this
purchase are at 18 months in scheduling the equipment installation of the plow, wing, belly blade, box and sander. Delivery will occur in
2022 and will be paid from the 2022
Street Department budget.
Councilor Lemke entered the motion
to approve the purchase of a 2023
HV507 International Plow Truck
from North Central International of
Glencoe for $97,994.35. Councilor
Schrupp seconded. Motion carried in
a 4 to 1 vote with Neid entering the
no vote.
Delivery will occur in approximately
February of 2023 and will be paid
from the 2023 Street Department
budget for the equipment package.
Councilor Lemke entered the motion
to purchase the equipment package
for the plow truck from Towmaster of
Litchfield for $136,927.00. Councilor
Schrupp seconded. Motion carried in
a 3 to 2 vote with Robeck and Neid
entering the no votes.
City Administrator Mark Larson
presented a memo for City Engineer
John Rodeberg concerning the
revoking of the MSA status on Union
Avenue between 11 th and 14 th Streets and the addition of 14 th Street from union to Morningside Avenues.
Councilor Schrupp entered the following resolution and moved for
its adoption:
RESOLUTION 2021-20
RESOLUTION REVOKING AND
ESTABLISHING
MUNICIPAL STATE AID
STREETS WHEREAS, it appears to the City Council of the City of Glencoe that the streets hereinafter should be revoked or designated as Municipal State Aid Streets under the provisions of Minnesota Law.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of Glencoe that the road described as follows, to-wit: Union Avenue between 11 th Street East and 14 th Street East be, and hereby is, revoked as a Municipal State Aid Street of said City subject to the approval of the Commissioner of Transportation of the State of Minnesota.
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, by
the City Council of the City of Glencoe that the road be described as follows, to-wit: 14 th Street East between Union Avenue and Morningside Avenue (McLeod CSAH 15) be, and hereby is established, located and designated a Municipal State Aid Street of said City, subject to the approval of the Commissioner of Transportation of the State of Minnesota.
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that
the City Administrator is hereby authorized and directed to forward two certified copies of this resolution to the Commissioner of Transportation for consideration, and that upon his approval of the revocation and designation of said roads or portion thereof, that same be constructed, improved and maintained as a Municipal State Aid Street of the City of Glencoe, to be numbered and known as a Municipal State Aid Street.
Councilor Olson seconded. Upon a
roll call vote all members voted in
favor. Whereupon said resolution was
adopted and approved.
City Administrator Mark Larson revisited the requirement for upgrade to the fueling system at the Airport. A chip reader is required to be in compliance with Federal mandates regarding credit card security and the ability to read chip cards when purchasing fuel. The council approved the purchase of the upgrade equipment at the May 3 rd council meeting. The MnDOT Aeronautics Grant is for 70% of the purchase of the equipment or $13,499.00. The city of Glencoe’s share of $5,785.50 is coming from a $13,000 FAA grant from the most recent Federal stimulus bill.
Councilor Olson entered the following resolution and moved for its adoption:
RESOLUTION NO. 2021-21
AUTHORIZATION TO EXECUTE
MINNESOTA DEPARTMENT OF
TRANSPORTATION GRANT
AGREEMENT FOR AIRPORT
IMPROVEMENT EXCLUDING
LAND ACQUISITION
It is resolved by the City of Glencoe
as follows:
That the state of Minnesota Agreement No. 1048243, “Grant Agreement for Airport Improvement Excluding Land Acquisition,” for State Project No. A4301-36 at the Glencoe Municipal Airport is accepted.
That the Mayor and City Administrator are authorized to execute this Agreement and any amendments on behalf of the City of Glencoe.
Councilor Lemke seconded. Upon a
roll call vote motion carried in a 4 to
1 vote with member Robeck entering
the no vote. Whereupon said resolution was adopted and approved. City Administrator Mark Larson updated the council on the previous approval of the bid of Schneider Excavating and the purchase of Wetland Credits at the May 3, 2021 council meeting contingent upon the City receiving an FAA grant for the project.. The grant was received from the FAA on August 31, 2021. The grant is for 100% funding of the design, construction and the purchase of the wetland credits for the project. The grant total is $153,148.00. Councilor Lemke entered the following resolution and moved for its adoption:
RESOLUTION 2021-22
Resolution Authorizing Mayor and
City Administrator to execute Grant
Agreement with the Federal Aviation
Administration (FAA) for Wetland
Removal Airport Improvement
Project (AIP) No 3-27-0158-010-
2021
WHEREAS, the City of Glencoe has
received Grant Agreement with
Federal Aviation Administration
(FAA) for Wetland Removal Airport
Improvement Project (AIP) No 3-27-
0158-010-2021 at the Glencoe
Municipal Airport (GYL) – Vernon
Perschau Field; and,
WHEREAS, said project is included
in the Minnesota Department of
Transportation (Mn/DOT), Office of
Aeronautics Capital Improvement
Program (CIP) for 2021-22; and,
WHEREAS, The City of Glencoe has
previously awarded the construction
contract for said project to Schneider
Excavation contingent upon receiving
the FAA Grant; and,
WHEREAS, The total cost for said
project, including construction,
engineering, and the purchase of
Wetland Credits shall not exceed
$153, 148 to be funded with 100%
Federal Dollars,
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT
RESOLVED by the City Council of
the City of Glencoe: The Mayor and
City Administrator are hereby authorized to execute said grant agreement with the FAA for $153,148.00.
Councilor Schrupp seconded motion.
Upon a roll call vote all members
voted in favor. Whereupon said
resolution was adopted and approved.
City Administrator Mark Larson
presented the resolution to allow
MnDOT to use 10 th Street East as a
detour the summer of 2022 for the
construction of a Reduced Conflict
Intersection at US Highway 212 and
Chandler Avenue North. MnDOT
will compensate the city for
$1,627.96 for the amount of the road
life consumed due to the detour.
Councilor Olson entered the
following resolution and moved for
its adoption:
RESOLUTION NO. 2021-23
It is resolved that the City of Glencoe
enter into MnDOT Agreement No.
1048229 with the State of Minnesota,
Department of Transportation for the
following purposes:
To provide payment by the State to
the City for the use (and
maintenance) of 10 th Street East as a
detour route during the construction
to be performed upon, along, and
adjacent to Trunk Highway No. 212
from 1000 feet west of TH 22 to 100
feet east of TH 22 under Sate Project
No. 4310-94 (T.H. 212=22).
It is further resolved that the Mayor
and the City Administrator are
authorized to execute the Agreement
and any amendments to the
Agreement.
Councilor Schrupp seconded. Upon a roll call vote all members voted in
favor. Whereupon said resolution was adopted and approved.
Motion to approve payment of the
city bills entered by Councilor Neid,
seconded by Councilor Olson. All
members voted in favor.
Mayor Voss called for adjournment
at 7:41 p.m. Councilor Robeck
entered that motion with Councilor
Neid seconding. All members voted
in favor.

(Published in The McLeod County Chronicle September 29, 2021)