Clearwater River Watershed District
RIVER WATERSHED DISTRICT
June 9, 2004
Regular meeting was called to order at 7:00p.m. by Manager Froyen. Manager’s Roland Froyen, Virl Liebrenz, Mark Kampa, Marvin Brunsell, and Bob Schiefelbein were present. Others in attendance were Merle Anderson, Norm Wenck, Kelly Bergesch, Jeff Burkhardt, and Jerry Carter.
Liebrenz, seconded by Kampa, made a motion to adopt the agenda to include a VCR
presentation by Manager Kampa. All
Managers voted aye.
Brunsell, seconded by Liebrenz, made a motion to approve the Consent Agenda. All Managers voted aye.
Motion #04-06-3: Brunsell, seconded by Liebrenz, made a
motion to pay bills. All Managers voted
Burkhardt, Auditor, reviewed the 2003 CRWD Financial Audit.
Brunsell, seconded by Kampa, made a motion to accept the 2003 CRWD Financial
Audit. All Managers voted aye.
Burkhardt left the meeting at 7:50p.m.
Brunsell, seconded by Liebrenz, made a motion to transfer $5,000 from the
Special Projects Fund to the Education Fund. All
Managers voted aye.
Froyen suggested that as there was such good attendance of residents at our
Citizenship Dinner that we continue to hold the dinner in May of each year. He
also indicated that Annandale is making plans to implement a stormwater
Bergesch left the meeting at 8:00p.m.
Wenck, Engineer, reported that the cleanout of the west channel and the
diversion at the Watkins Wetland Treatment System would be completed this year.
The current rock structure overflow is designed for a 25-year storm event.
Anderson discussed the following:
Development of a database of addresses for CRWD
Easement for Corinna Township 80th Street Upgrade
Schiefelbein and Liebrenz talked about the tour of the Watkins Wetland Treatment
System and Meeker County Ditches. Meeker County Commissioner Hugh Wagner,
reported through Administrator Anderson that the Meeker County Engineer has not
yet viewed the county ditch in regards to a cleanout.
Anderson informed the Board that he would soon be conducting a Community Sewer
System Informational Meeting for residents of Lawrence and Kramer Avenue.
Wenck, Engineer, reviewed the 2004 Water Quality Monitoring Program for Cedar
Anderson presented the Board with a letter from Cedar Lake residents indicating
their concern regarding reduced water quality in the lake.
Brunsell, seconded by Liebrenz, made a motion authorizing necessary repairs to
the fish trap. All Managers voted aye.
Kampa and Liebrenz reported that there would be one more night of milfoil
treatment on Clearwater Lake and Lake Augusta.
Kampa gave a VCR presentation of various water quality issue areas in the CRWD.
Liebrenz, seconded by Kampa, made a motion to adjourn the meeting. All Managers voted aye.
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