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OFFICIAL MINUTES
Clearwater River Watershed District Work Session
June 28, 2006 - 6:30 pm
Stanley's Restaurant - Kimball, Minnesota

Manager Brunsell called the CRWD Work Session to order at 6:30pm.
Managers' Brunsell, Loewen, Kampa, Schiefelbein, and Risberg were present. Also in attendance was Administrator Anderson.

Motion #WS06-06-01: Motion Risberg, seconded by Kampa to adopt the Agenda. All Managers voted aye.

Motion #WS-06-06-02: Motion Loewen, seconded by Kampa to authorize payment of costs associated with the July 7, 2006 Citizenship Dinner.
All Managers voted aye.

Manager's and Administrator Anderson toured the following sites:
1. Wandering Ponds Wastewater Treatment System. Bernie Miller, System Installer and Gerry Wipper, Developer joined the manager's at the site to describe how the system works.

2. Lakes of Fairhaven. It was noted by Administrator Anderson that hookups to the private community wastewater treatment system are not being inspected. Administrator Anderson, Bernie Miller, and Leslie Rose, Fairhaven Township Clerk will develop an inspection policy for Fairhaven Township. It was also noted that vegetation removal in this development is excessive.

3. Bass Lake. Manager's observed lot size, elevation of lots above lake level, and proximity of current individual sewage treatment systems to the road.

4. Kramer Avenue, Clearwater Lake. Manager's observed that this area is much like Bass Lake.

5. Clearwater Harbor Area Sanitary Sewage Treatment Project. Manager's observed post-construction restoration condition.

6. Bridgewater Road, Lake Caroline. Manager's observed that a farmer had voluntarily installed waterways north of Bridgewater Road.

7. Willow Creek, west of Hwy 15, south of Kimball. Manager's observed Willow Creek and the surrounding wetlands.

Motion #WS-06-06-03: Motion Loewen, seconded by Schiefelbein to require a total of $5,000 responsibility for petitioners should a petition come forward for water quality improvement and rough fish population control in Cedar Lake. All Managers voted aye.

Motion #WS-06-06-04: Motion Kampa, seconded by Risberg to adjourn the meeting. All Managers voted aye.

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CRWD AUDIT REPORTS ARE AVAILABLE AT THE ANNANDALE PUBLIC LIBRARY.


_____________________ _____________________ Manager, Marvin Brunsell Secretary, Mark Kampa



 

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