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Announcements, Events, Recently Updated

1. Call to Order. The regular meeting of the Council of the City of Rogers was called to order by Mayor Bunting on Tuesday, March 26, 2013 at 7:00 p.m. at Rogers Community Center, 21201 Memorial Drive, Rogers, MN, 55374.

Council present: Jay Bunting, Darren Jakel, and Maureen Stanley.
Council excused: Don Hall and Rick Ihli.

Staff present: Jeff Beahen, Police Chief; Gary Buysse, Liquor Operations Manager; Brad Feist, Fire Chief; John Seifert, Public Works Supt.; Steve Stahmer, City Administrator; Bret Weiss, City Engineer; and Lisa Wieland, Finance Director.

2. Open Forum

3. Presentations
3.01 Stones Throw Update by Bob Schunicht
This item was pulled.

4. Approve Agenda
The agenda was set as submitted.

5. Consent Agenda
5.01 Approval of Minutes from March 12, 2013 City Council Meeting and Minutes from March 9, 2013 Council Goal Setting Session
5.02 Approval of Bills and Claims
5.03 Approval of a Minnesota Lawful Gambling Permit to Albertville Lions to Conduct a Raffle on September 7, 2013 at the Crow River Sportsman Club, located at 27101 Territorial Road
5.04 Approval of Resolution No. 2012-15, A Resolution Establishing a Council Work Session for the Fourth Tuesday of Even Numbered Months
5.05 Approve Dayroom Lease Contract with North Memorial Health Care
5.06 Approve Amendment of the 2012-2013 Fire Capital Improvement Plan
5.07 Calling a Joint Meeting of the Rogers City Council and Rogers Park Board – April 30, 2013 at 5:00 P.M
5.08 Approval of Resolution No. 2013-16, A Resolution Ratifying the Technical Evaluation Panel Findings on the Wetland Impacts Associated with the CLAM Development Project
5.09 Authorization to Purchase Water Meters and Radio Read Equipment
5.10 Scope of Services for Brockton Meadows Neighborhood Park Phase II
5.11 Approval of Resolution No. 2013-17, A Resolution Officially Naming Erickson Neighborhood Park
Stanley pulled 5.08
5.01 was tabled due to lack of quorum of those present to approve the minutes.

Stanley moved, Jakel seconded a motion to approve consent agenda less 5.01 and 5.08. Motion carried 3-0.

Stanley asked that Public Works Supt. Seifert explain what the TEP findings are. Seifert provided overview of the TEP process and the City's role as the Local Government Unit (LGU). Seifert also explained the wetland bank credits purchased by Kinghorn/Clam for the Clam development.

Stanley moved, Jakel seconded a motion to approve 5.08. Motion carried 3-0.

6. Public Hearings

7. General Business
7.01 Approve Proposal for Engineering Services to Prepare an EAW for the Kinghorn Industrial Park
Weiss provided an overview of the development area and explained the triggers for an EAW/EIS/AUAR. Weiss stated the proposal is for an Environmental Assessment Worksheet (EAW) over the entire development area. Weiss explained that much of the information used in the EAW can be used in a future AUAR if necessary. Weiss stated the EAW can be used as a scoping document for an EIS or AUAR.

Jakel moved, Stanley seconded a motion to approve the proposal for engineering services to prepare an EAW for the Kinghorn Industrial Park as proposed at a cost of $20,000. Motion carried 3-0.

8. Other Business

9. Correspondence and Reports
9.01 Award Project to Federal Signal Corporation and Ready Watt Electric to install (1) New Outdoor Warning Siren
9.02 Rogers Park Board February 14, 2013 Meeting Minutes
9.03 Elm Creek Watershed February 13, 2013 Meeting Minutes

10. Adjourn
Stanley moved, Jakel seconded a motion to adjourn at 7:15 p.m. Motion carried 3-0.

Respectfully submitted,

Steve Stahmer
City Administrator

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