City Council Agenda - Updated

City Council Agenda - Updated
City Council Agenda - Updated
Commencing Immediately Following
Economic Development Authority Meeting
Monday, July 10, 2017
City Council Chambers
(Times are Approximate – please note that items may be earlier or later than listed on the agenda)
6:10 p.m.
1.
6:11 p.m.
2.
Roll Call
Voting & Seating Order: Willmus, Etten, McGehee,
Laliberte and Roe
Pledge of Allegiance
6:12 p.m.
3.
Approve Agenda
6:15 p.m.
4.
Public Comment
6:20 p.m.
5.
Recognitions, Donations and Communications
6:25 p.m.
6.
Items Removed from Consent Agenda
7.
Business Items
6:30 p.m.
7:00 p.m.
7:10 p.m.
7:25 p.m.
7:40 p.m.
7:55 p.m.
a. Public Works, Environment, and Transportation
Commission Joint Meeting with the City Council
b. Approve Resolution approving the vacation of right-ofway of the Wagner Return
c. Consider Advertising for Bids for the Cedarholm
Community Building
d. Consider Authorizing the Reorganization of the
Recreation Division within the Parks and Recreation
Department
e. Consider the Community Development & Fire
Department’s Request for Approval of Proposed Text
Amendments of Roseville’s City Code, Chapter 901
Building Code, including section 901.01; Adoption of
Code: which includes adoption of Chapter 1306, Subp
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f. Provide Information Regarding Residential Fire
Sprinklers
Council Agenda - Page 2
8:05 p.m.
g. Request by the City of Roseville to approve a
comprehensive technical update to the requirements
and procedures for processing subdivision proposals as
regulated in City Code Title 11 (Subdivision) and
revision of the lot size standards established in City
Code Chapter 1004 (Residential Districts) (PROJ0042)
h. Consider Community Development – Code
Enforcement, Permits, and Inspections Division Staff
Restructuring
i. Review 2017-2018 Policy Priority Planning Document
8:25 p.m.
8:30 p.m.
9:00 p.m.
8.
Approve Minutes
a. Approve City Council Minutes from June 19
9:05 p.m.
9.
Approve Consent Agenda
a. Approve Payments
b. Consideration to approve or deny 1 Massage Therapy
Establishment License
c. Issuance of a 1-4 Day Temporary On-Sale Liquor
License
d. Approve General Purchases and Sale of Surplus items
in excess of $5,000
e. Request for Approval of a Recombination Minor
Subdivision at Westwood Village Townhomes I and III
(PF17-015)
f. Approve County Road B2 & Snelling Intersection
Improvements – Authorization for Approval of
Minnesota Department of Transportation Agreement
g. Approve Agreement for Facilities Management
9:10 p.m.
9:15 p.m.
9:20 p.m.
h. Acceptance of the Roseville Area High School Police
Liaison Officer Agreement for the 2017-2018 School
Year
10. Council and City Manager Communications, Reports and
Announcements
11. Councilmember Initiated Future Agenda Items and
Future Agenda Review
12. Adjourn
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Finance Commission
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City Council Meeting
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City Council Meeting
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Comp Plan 2040 Update
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All meetings at Roseville City Hall, 2660 Civic Center Drive, Roseville, MN unless otherwise noted.
REQUEST FOR COUNCIL ACTION
Date:
July 10, 2017
Item No.: 7.a
Department Approval
Item Description:
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City Manager Approval
Public Works, Environment, and Transportation Commission Joint Meeting with
the City Council
BACKGROUND
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Each year, the Public Works, Environment, and Transportation Commission meets with the City Council
to review activities and accomplishments and to discuss the upcoming year’s work plan and issues that
may be considered. The following are activities of the past year and issues the Commission would like
to take up in the next year:
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Activities and accomplishments:
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o Ordinance changes/clarifications
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Sump pumps
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Private hydrants
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Parking lot stormwater mitigation standards
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o Recycling RFP final recommendation
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o Recommendation for City Campus solar installation
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o Comprehensive Surface Water Management Plan
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Work Plan items for the upcoming year:
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o Transportation Plan and Pathway Master Plan updates
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o Organics Recycling
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o Smart irrigation controllers and other water conservation efforts
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Questions or Concerns for the City Council:
o What is the Council’s desire for conditions for the installation of solar on the City Campus?
o Do you have any additional guidance on how the City should help residents manage sanitary
sewer services? Or water services?
o Are there any other topics the Council would like the PWET Commission to address over the
next year?
Prepared by:
Attachments:
Marc Culver, Public Works Director
A: Meeting topic summary
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Attachment A
Roseville Public Works, Environment and
Transportation Commission
2016/2017 Review
Below is a list of topics discussed at the PWET Commission Meetings from June 2016 – June
2017.
2016
June:
Stormwater Impact Fund
Recycling Services Proposals Review and Recommendations
July:
City Campus Solar
Asset Management System Review
City Council Joint Meeting Review
August:
Comprehensive Surface Water Management Plan Update
35W Managed Lane Project Information
Wheeler Street Traffic Management Program
September:
Water Supply Plan
Sanitary Sewer Services Discussion
October:
Proposed 2017 Utility Rates
Comprehensive Surface Water Management Plan Update
November:
Eureka Recycling 2015 Annual Report and 2017 Work Plan
2017 Public Works Work Plan
Maintenance Facility Tour
2017
January:
Snelling Ave Project
Transportation Plan Update RFP
February:
Approve Comprehensive Surface Water Management Plan
Stormwater Management for Parking Lots
Stormwater Management Standards Policy Updates
March:
Metro Transit Update
Eureka 2016 Year End Report
Engineering Design Standards
April:
Organics Recycling Potential Locations
Stormwater Mitigation Requirements Review
May:
Right-of-Way Vegetation Cost/Benefit Analysis
Annual Stormwater Meeting and Public Hearing (MS4 Requirement)
June:
Overview of Tax Increment Financing
Transportation Plan Update
REQUEST FOR COUNCIL ACTION
Date:
July 10, 2017
Item No.: 7.b
Department Approval
Item Description:
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City Manager Approval
Approve Resolution approving the vacation of right-of-way of the Wagner Return
BACKGROUND
The Wagner Return is a segment of road right-of-way that was dedicated to the City of Roseville in the
Rolling Green plat. This right-of-way is undeveloped by the City and has no utilities located within it.
Another portion of the Wagner Return was vacated in 1958 and is now part of Tamarack Park.
Three property owners on South McCarrons Boulevard have petitioned to vacate another segment of the
Wagner Return to the south of their property as shown in attachments C and D. If the vacation is
approved, the right of way would be split up and each adjacent property owner would acquire half of the
road right-of-way. The City has one parcel, Lot A, that would acquire half of the right-of-way. This
parcel is part of Tamarack Park.
The City has no need for this right-of-way. A road would be difficult to construct and would have little
benefit. Utilities currently serve all parcels in the area and there is no need to construct future utilities in
this right-of-way. Parcels west of the proposed vacated right-of-way still have rear access to their lots
though the platted alley out to Western Avenue.
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If approved, the vacation will not be official until such time the City Manager executes and records a
Notice of Completion of this vacation.
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FINANCIAL IMPACTS
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There is no financial impact to the City of Roseville.
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STAFF RECOMMENDATION
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Staff recommends that the City Council approve the attached resolution approving the vacation of the
Wagner Return right-of-way within the Rolling Green Plat.
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REQUESTED COUNCIL ACTION
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Conduct a public hearing receiving any public comments related to the proposed right-of-way vacation.
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Approval of resolution approving the vacation of unused right-of-way of the Wagner Return within the
Rolling Green Plat.
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Prepared by:
Attachments:
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Jesse Freihammer, City Engineer/Asst. Public Works Director
A: Resolution
B: Public Hearing Agenda
C: Map of Right of Way Vacation
D: Aerial Map of Right of Way Vacation
Attachment A
EXTRACT OF MINUTES OF MEETING
OF THE
CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF ROSEVILLE
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Pursuant to due call and notice thereof, a regular meeting of the City Council of the City of
Roseville, County of Ramsey, Minnesota, was duly held on the 10th day of July, 2017, at 6:00
p.m.
The following members were present:
Councilmember
; and
and the following members were absent:
introduced the following resolution and moved its adoption:
RESOLUTION NO.
APPROVING THE VACATION OF A PORTION OF UNUSED RIGHT OF WAY OF
THE WAGNER RETURN WITHIN THE ROLLING GREEN PLAT
WHEREAS, right of way was dedicated to the City of Roseville in the Rolling Green plat; and
WHEREAS, a petition from adjacent property owners has been filed with the City of Roseville
requesting the vacation of said right of way, which lie within the following described real
property:
All that part of the Wagner Return as dedicated in the plat of Rolling Green,
Ramsey County, Minnesota, lying southerly and westerly adjacent to Lots 2,
25, 26, and 27 all of Block 1.
WHEREAS, after two weeks published and posted notice have been given as well as notice
having been mailed to all affected property owners according to Minnesota Statutes, a public
hearing was held on July 10, 2017 at which all persons interested in said vacation were given an
opportunity to be heard; and
WHEREAS, the Roseville City Council has determined that the vacation would be in the public
interest;
NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF
ROSEVILLE, MINNESOTA:
1. That the City of Roseville hereby vacates the right of way dedicated to the City in the plat of
Rolling Green, Ramsey County, Minnesota, which lies within the following described real
property:
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All that part of the Wagner Return as dedicated in the plat of Rolling Green,
Ramsey County, Minnesota, lying southerly and westerly adjacent to Lots 2,
25, 26, and 27 all of Block 1.
2. The vacation applies only to the right of way described in Provision 1 and not to: (a) the
rights of existing utilities, if any, and (b) any other easements running to or benefiting the
City of Roseville, if any.
3. The City Manager is directed to execute and record a Notice of Completion of this vacation
proceeding pursuant to Minnesota Statutes §412.851. The vacation authorized by this
Resolution shall not be effective until the Notice of Completion is recorded in the office of
the Ramsey County Recorder.
The motion was duly seconded by Councilmember and upon vote being taken thereon, the
following voted in favor thereof:
; and and the following voted against:
WHEREUPON said resolution was declared duly passed and adopted.
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Resolution –Right of Way Vacation Wagner Return
STATE OF MINNESOTA )
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COUNTY OF RAMSEY )
I, the undersigned, being the duly qualified City Manager of the City of Roseville,
County of Ramsey, State of Minnesota, do hereby certify that I have carefully compared
the attached and foregoing extract of minutes of a regular meeting of said City Council
held on the 10th day of July, 2017, with the original thereof on file in my office.
WITNESS MY HAND officially as such Manager this 10th day of July, 2017.
______________________________
Patrick Trudgeon, City Manager
(SEAL)
Attachment B
AGENDA FOR PUBLIC IMPROVEMENT HEARING
Wagner Return Right-of-Way Vacation
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Mayor calls the meeting to order and announces the purpose of the meeting and format for the hearing.
"This is a public hearing to consider whether to vacate public right-of-way."
"This vacation request was initiated as a result of a petition from adjacent property owners. The Council will
consider a resolution to approve vacating the right-of-way as described in the resolution."
THE FOLLOWING AGENDA CAN BE USED AS THE FORMAT FOR THE PUBLIC HEARING:
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City Manager comments including, brief description of proposed vacated right-of-way, published and mailed
notices, and written objections to the proposed vacation.
It is suggested that the City Manager should make a general comment regarding the published and mailed notices.
This should include the following language:
"Published and legal mailed notices have been provided for this public hearing. Legal notices appeared in the city's
legal newspaper, The Roseville Review, on June 12 and June 19, 2017. Mailed notices were sent on June 29, 2017.
Affidavits of mailing are available in the office of the City Engineer."
Prior to the hearing proceeding, the City Manager should read all written objections for the project.
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City Engineer by this time has provided specific information for project including existing conditions, proposed
construction, special conditions, schedule, cost estimate, and financing.
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Mayor opens hearing to public. It is suggested that the following comments be made by the Mayor:
"In an attempt to provide everyone an opportunity to be heard and yet conduct the hearing in an efficient manner,
we would suggest that rules be used for the hearing for this project. These would include the following:
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Individuals should identify themselves by giving their name and address and should speak into the microphone.
Each speaker should limit questions and comments to five minutes.
No person will be heard for a second time until all interested persons who wish to speak have had an
opportunity to do so.
Be courteous. No comments from audience or applause during question/ comment period.
Mayor closes hearing.
After all citizen comments have been completed, the Mayor should indicate that the public hearing is closed and
turn the hearing over to the City Council for action.
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Council action on proposed vacation: Resolution approving vacation of unused right-of-way of the Wagner
Return within the Rolling Green Plat. (Resolution provided by City Engineer.)
Attachment C
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Prepared by:
Engineering Department
June 29, 2017
Vacation Location
Data Sources and Contacts:
* Ramsey County GIS Base Map (3/10/17)
* City of Roseville Engineering Department
For further information regarding the contents of this map contact:
City of Roseville, Engineering Department,
2660 Civic Center Drive, Roseville MN
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DISCLAIMER:
This map is neither a legally recorded map nor a survey and is not intended to be used as one. This map is a compilation of rec ords,
information and data located in various city, county, state and federal offices and other sources regarding the area shown, and is to
be used for reference purposes only. The City does not warrant that the Geographic Information System (GIS) Data used to prepare
this map are error free, and the City does not represent that the GIS Data can be used for navigational, tracking or any other purpose
requiring exacting measurement of distance or direction or precis ion in the depiction of geographic features. If errors or discrepancies
are found please contact 651-792-7075. The preceding dis claimer is provided pursuant to Minnes ota Statutes §466.03, Subd. 21 (2000),
and the user of this map acknowledges that the City shall not be liable for any damages, and expressly waives all claims , and agrees to
defend, indemnify, and hold harmless the City from any and all claims brought by User, its employees or agents, or third parties which
arise out of the us er's access or use of data provided.
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DISCLAIMER:
This map is neither a legally recorded map nor a survey and is not intended to be used as one. This map is a compilation of rec ords,
information and data located in various city, county, state and federal offices and other sources regarding the area shown, and is to
be used for reference purposes only. The City does not warrant that the Geographic Information System (GIS) Data used to prepare
this map are error free, and the City does not represent that the GIS Data can be used for navigational, tracking or any other purpose
requiring exacting measurement of distance or direction or precis ion in the depiction of geographic features. If errors or discrepancies
are found please contact 651-792-7075. The preceding dis claimer is provided pursuant to Minnes ota Statutes §466.03, Subd. 21 (2000),
and the user of this map acknowledges that the City shall not be liable for any damages, and expressly waives all claims , and agrees to
defend, indemnify, and hold harmless the City from any and all claims brought by User, its employees or agents, or third parties which
arise out of the us er's access or use of data provided.
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Vacation Location
Data Sources and Contacts:
* Ramsey County GIS Base Map (3/10/17)
* City of Roseville Engineering Department
For further information regarding the contents of this map contact:
City of Roseville, Engineering Department,
2660 Civic Center Drive, Roseville MN
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REQUEST FOR COUNCIL ACTION
Date:
7/10/2017
Item No.: 7.c
Department Approval
Item Description:
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City Manager Approval
Consider Advertising for Bids for the Cedarholm Community Building
BACKGROUND
After more than a yearlong community input process and final report, on January 9, 2017, the City
entered into an agreement with Hagen, Christensen & McILwain (HCM) Architects for preliminary
design services to replace the Cedarholm Community Building.
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At the March 20, 2017 City Council Work Session, further direction was provided to: 1) pursue a larger
community building with seating up to one hundred 2) establish clearer costs to better determine
funding sources 3) no longer consider the Historical Society as part of this project but rather that it
would be a better fit in the City Hall Campus area, and 4) seek a proposal to complete final building
plans and specifications.
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On April 10, 2017 the City Council authorized an agreement with Hagen, Christensen & McILwain
(HCM) Architects for further design services that included Design Development (Task One) and
Construction Documents (Task Two) for the replacement of the Cedarholm Community Building with
progress check in.
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On April 24, 2017 HCM Architects provided a progress report on the Design Development phase and
sought input on the site plan, floor plan and building image options #1, #2A and #2B. There was
general consensus that it was moving in the right direction with image option #2B preferred by the City
Council. Direction to the architects was to focus on option #2B and proceed.
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On June 5, 2017, a final Design Development (Task One) review was provided to the City Council and
input was received. The highlights included an aerial site plan, architectural site plan, building image
rendition, building elevation plan, building floor plan and cart storage area plan. Comments were
received and direction to the architects was to proceed with Construction Documents (Task Two).
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Tonight is a final review after the Construction Documents (Task Two) and consideration to advertise
for bids for the project. In your packet is a specifications table of contents, architectural construction
document set, draft request for bids, memo from HCM on sustainable features and a memo from staff
on the basement consideration A complete bid set will be available in the Parks and Recreation Office.
Staff and HCM Architects will be at your meeting to review.
The history of refining cost estimates as a part of the work so far includes the following:
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Cedarholm Community Building
(includes site work, parking lot,
cart storage and green relocation )
3/20/17
6/5/17
$ 2,350,000
$ 2,029,000
$2,029,000
Furniture and equipment (kitchen and other)
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$ 200,000
Technology/security
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$ 285,000
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Contingency (5% of construction)
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Total Community Building and Cart Storage
$ 2,635,000
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$ 101,450
$ 2,314,000
$2,685,450
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Soils have been tested, surveys have been conducted, and estimates for furnishings including kitchen
equipment, tables/chairs and technology/security requirements are being refined.
Other topics of discussion and consideration include the following:
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1) Basement
The possibility of adding a basement to the Cedarholm Community Building was discussed.
Staff and architects looked into it further. The cost of adding it as an alternate to the
Construction Documents was $24,000. At this point, it is no longer being considered and not
included in the Plans and Specifications. Please see attached previous memo to the City Council
and City Manager from staff.
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2) Sustainable Design Features
Based upon previous City Council discussions, the Cedarholm Community Building has many
sustainable design features. Please see attached summary memo from HCM Architects.
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Bird friendly glass was suggested several times and will be included as a bid alternate in the plan
set. Preliminary information suggests that this special type of glass could be as much as 2 times
the cost.
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3) Temporary Operating Quarters during Construction
Temporary operating quarters will be needed for approximately 7 months (September –
November of 2017 and March through June of 2018) while the new Cedarholm Community
Building is being constructed. Following are cost estimates at this time including:
Trailer and temporary electrical hook up
$ 15,000
Portable restrooms and washing stations
$ 3,000
Temporary communications/safety
$ TBD
Total
$ 18,000
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4) Annual Maintenance and Operation Budget Projections
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Personal Services
2018
$185,990
2019
$191,970
2020
$196,625
Supplies and Materials
$ 23,600
$ 32,770
$ 33,600
Other Services and Charges
$ 43,675
$ 62,350
$ 63,575
Total Community Building Operations
$253,265
$287,090
$293,800
Total Grounds Maintenance
$145,000
$206,000
$208,000
Total Operations and Maintenance
$398,265
$493,090
$501,800
Total Revenue Projections
$366,450
$429,675
$445,000
Difference of Expense and Revenue
($31,815)
($63,415)
($56,800)
*Administrative and Depreciation
$36,500
$36,500
$ 36,500
($26,915)
($20,300)
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Notes:
o Currently, there are 1.75 FTE employees at Cedarholm Golf Course. Anticipating the
year round and increased use of the Community Building, the projections include the
necessity to increase FTE staffing to 2.0. Specifically the existing ¾ time position is
suggested to be increased to full time. This was a full time position until 2009. The need
is anticipated as soon as the replaced facility becomes operational.
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o * Because a decision has not been made on the Enterprise Status, the expense budget
includes Administrative charges of $20,000 and Depreciation charges of $16,500 for a
total of $36,500. These funds are paid to city accounts. The forecast above shows the
budget with and without these charges.
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o Budget projections are realistic, conservative, include community use features and
custodial services and are consistent with other Roseville facility and use rates.
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5) Finalize Funding Mechanism
The final funding mechanism for the construction related expenses has not yet been finalized by
the City Council. It is important that this be considered as part of your discussion either July 10
or at a future date. However, at the consideration of a project in August, a funding source should
also be identified.
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Status Summary and Next Steps
Design Development (Task One) and Construction Documents (Task Two) are more than 95%
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complete and are ready to advertise for bids. It is expected that in August, bids will have been received
and a project will be brought back to you for consideration at which time a final funding source should
also be identified.
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Timeframe
The following is a review of the overall timeframe:
 June 5, 2017 – Design Development (Task One) update
 July 10, 2017 – Construction Documents (Task Two) update
 July 10, 2017 – Request for City Council Action to advertise for proposals
 July 11, 2017 – Begin process for advertising for Bids
 August 14 or August 28, 2017 - Consider authorizing project and finalize funding
mechanism. Timing is a challenge here because the City Council does not meet on
August 21, 2017. Ideally consideration for a project award would occur in mid August
with a start date late August. Although time will be needed to sort through the proposals
to be comfortable with a recommendation.
POLICY OBJECTIVE
The process for involving community members and City Council as necessary to review public facility
improvements is consistent with past City efforts.
FINANCIAL IMPACTS
Costs related to progress check in is professional consultant time. A final funding source for the project
is yet to be finalized and should be done at the time or prior to the City Council consideration for a
project in August of 2017.
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STAFF RECOMMENDATION
As a result of the community process and work completed to date, staff recommends the advertisement for
bids for the Cedarholm Community Building replacement project.
REQUESTED COUNCIL ACTION
A motion to authorize advertising for bids to construct a Cedarholm Community Building and a Golf Cart
Storage area as presented.
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Prepared by: Lonnie Brokke, Director of Parks and Recreation
Jill Anfang, Assistant Director of Parks and Recreation
Attachment:
A. Specifications Table of Contents
B. Architectural Bid Set
C. Draft Request for Bids
D. Memo from HCM on Sustainable Features
E. Memo from Staff on Basement Consideration
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Attachment A
Roseville Parks
Cedarholm Community Building
Specifications
SECTION 00 0110
TABLE OF CONTENTS
COVER PAGE
CERTIFICATIONS
TABLE OF CONTENTS
DIVISION 0 - BIDDING REQUIREMENTS
City of Roseville Advertisement for Bid
Bid Form
Instruction to Bidders
General Requirements
Contract Form
Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan
00 3132
Geotechnical Data
DIVISION 01 - GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
01 1000
Summary
01 2300
Alternates
01 2501
Substitution Request Form
01 2600
Contract Modification Procedures
01 2900
Payment Procedures
01 3100
Project Management and Coordination
01 3200
Construction Progress Documentation
01 3300
Submittal Procedures
01 4000
Quality Requirements
01 4200
References
01 4530
Structural Tests and Special Inspections
- Structural Tests and Special Inspections Schedule
- Acknowledgements
01 5000
Temporary Facilities and Controls
01 6000
Product Requirements
01 7300
Execution
01 7419
Construction Waste Management and Disposal
01 7700
Closeout Procedures
01 7823
Operation and Maintenance Data
01 7839
Project Record Documents
01 7900
Demonstration and Training
DIVISION 03 - CONCRETE
03 3000
Cast-In-Place Concrete
DIVISION 04 – MASONRY
04 2000
Unit Masonry
04 4200
Stone Masonry
DIVISION 05 – METALS
05 1200
Structural Steel Framing
05 5000
Metal Fabrication
TABLE OF CONTENTS
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Roseville Parks
Cedarholm Community Building
Specifications
DIVISION 06 – WOOD, PLASTICS AND COMPOSITES
06 1000
Rough Carpentry
06 1600
Sheathing
06 1753
Shop-Fabricated Wood Trusses
06 2013
Exterior Finish Carpentry
06 2023
Interior Finish Carpentry
06 4116
Plastic-Laminate-Faced Architectural Cabinets
DIVISION 07 - THERMAL AND MOISTURE CONTROL
07 2100
Thermal Insulation
07 2500
Weather Barriers
07 3113
Asphalt Shingles
074600
Rain Screen Siding System
07 4646
Fiber-Cement Siding
07 5323
Ethylene-Propylene-Diene-Monomer (EDPM) Roofing
07 6200
Sheet Metal Flashing and Trim
07 9200
Joint Sealants
DIVISION 08 – OPENINGS
08 1113
Hollow Metal Doors and Frames
08 1433
Stile and Rail Wood Doors
08 3113
Access Doors and Frames
084100
Aluminum Entrances and Framing
084226
All Glass Entrances
08 5200
Clad Wood Windows
08 7100
Door Hardware
088000
Glazing
DIVISION 09 - FINISHES
09 2000
Gypsum Board
09 3000
Tile
095446
Fabric Wrapped Panels
09 6513
Resilient Base and Accessories
09 6519
Resilient Tile Flooring
09 6813
Tile Carpeting
09 7750
Fiberglas Reinforced Panels
09 9100
Painting
09 9300
Wood Stains and Transparent Finishes
DIVISION 10 – SPECIALTIES
10 1423
Signage
10 2113.19
Plastic Toilet Compartments
10 2800
Toilet, Bath, and Laundry Accessories
10 3050
Gas-Fired Fireplace
10 4416
Fire Extinguishers
DIVISION 11 – EQUIPMENT - NOT USED
DIVISION 12 – FURNISHINGS
12 3623.13
Plastic-Laminate-Clad Countertops
12 3661
Simulated Stone Countertops
TABLE OF CONTENTS
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Roseville Parks
Cedarholm Community Building
Specifications
DIVISION 13 – SPECIAL CONSTRUCTION - NOT USED
DIVISION 14 – CONVEYING SYSTEMS - NOT USED
DIVISION 22 – MECHANICAL
22 0500
Common Work Results For Plumbing
22 0519
Meters and Gages for Plumbing Piping
22 0523
General-Duty Valves for Plumbing Piping
22 0529
Hangers and Supports for Plumbing Piping and Equipment
22 0553
Identification for Plumbing Piping and Equipment
22 0700
Plumbing Insulation
22 1116
Domestic Water Piping
22 1119
Domestic Water Piping Specialties
22 1316
Sanitary Waste and Vent Piping
22 1319
Sanitary Waste Piping Specialties
22 3300
Electric, Domestic-Water Heaters
22 4000
Plumbing Fixtures
DIVISION 23 – HEATING, VENTILATING AND AIR CONDITIONING
23 0500
Common Work Results for HVAC
23 0513
Common Motor Requirements for HVAC Equipment
23 0553
Identification for HVAC Piping and Equipment
23 0593
Testing, Adjusting, and Balancing For HVAC
23 0700
HVAC Insulation
23 0900
Instrumentation and Control for HVAC
23 0993
Sequence of Operations for HVAC Controls
23 1123
Facility Natural-Gas Piping
23 3113
Metal Ducts
23 3300
Air Duct Accessories
23 3423
HVAC Power Ventilators
23 3713
Diffusers, Registers, and Grilles
23 3724
Louvers
23 5400
Furnaces
23 8239
Electric Heaters
DIVISION 26 – ELECTRICAL
26 0500
General Requirements
26 0519
Low-Voltage Electrical Power Conductors and Cables
26 0526
Grounding and Bonding for Electrical Systems
26 0529
Hangers and Supports for Electrical Systems
26 0533
Raceway and Boxes for Electrical Systems
26 0565
Supplemental Equipment
26 0570
Electrical Service Entrance
26 0575
Electrical Related Work
26 0636
Manual Dimming Controls
26 2200
Low Voltage Transformers
26 2416
Panelboards
26 2726
Wiring Devices
26 2813
Fuses
26 2915
Circuit and Motor Disconnects
TABLE OF CONTENTS
00 0110-3
Roseville Parks
Cedarholm Community Building
Specifications
26 5100
26 5200
26 5300
Lighting
Emergency Lighting
Exit Signs
DIVISION 28 – ELECTRONIC SAFETY AND SECUITY
28 3111
Digital Addressable Fire Alarm System
END OF SECTION
TABLE OF CONTENTS
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BID SET - July 10, 2017
2323 Hamline Avenue N.
Roseville, Minnesota 55113
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CEDARHOLM COMMUNITY BUILDING
Roseville Parks and Recreation
CODE REVIEW
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OVERALL LAYOUT PLAN
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OVERALL LAYOUT PLAN
MISCELLANEOUS DETAILS
MISCELLANEOUS DETAILS
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CART STORAGE BUILDING
FLOOR PLAN
FINISH FLOOR PLAN
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EXTERIOR DETAILS
EXTERIOR DETAILS
ENLARGED PLANS, ELEVATIONS, DETAILS
INTERIOR ELEVATIONS AND DETAILS
INTERIOR ELEVATIONS AND DETAILS
DOOR AND WINDOW SCHEDULE, TYPES
INTERIOR DETAILS
REFLECTED CEILING PLAN
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FOOD SERVICE
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ELECTRICAL
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ELECTRICAL SITE PLAN
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LIGHTING PLAN
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POWER & SIGNAL PLAN
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SINGLE LINE DIAGRAM & SCHEDULES
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MECHANICAL
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m0.1 MECHANICAL SITE PLAN
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m3.0 MECHANICAL DETAILS
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STRUCTURAL
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STRUCTURAL NOTES & SPECIAL INSPECTIONS
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FOOTING & FOUNDATION PLAN
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LOW ROOF PLAN
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HIGH ROOF PLAN
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FOUNDATION SECTIONS & DETAILS
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ROOF FRAMING SECTIONS & DETAILS
WALL SECTIONS
BUILDING SECTIONS
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BUILDING SECTIONS
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WALL SECTIONS
EXTERIOR ELEVATIONS
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ROOF PLAN
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DEMOLITION PLAN
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ARCHITECTURAL
OVERALL GRADING & UTILITIES PLAN
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c2.0(3) OVERALL LAYOUT PLAN
EXISTING CONDITIONS/REMOVALS PLAN
TITLE SHEET
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CIVIL
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GENERAL
DRAWING INDEX
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GENERAL DEMOLITION NOTES
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FLOOR PLAN GENERAL NOTES
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FINISH PLAN SYMBOLS
FINISH PLAN GENERAL NOTES
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GENERAL NOTES: FURN. & EQUIP. PLAN
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BUILDING SECTION KEY NOTES
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DOOR AND HARDWARE NOTES
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Attachment C
REQUEST FOR BIDS
Cederholm Community Building
City of Roseville
Roseville Project Number:
eBid Doc#:
July 11, 2017
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2.2
DETAILED SCOPE OF WORK
The anticipated scope of work for the Cederholm Community Building includes, generally:
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construction of one Community Building;
construction of one golf Cart Storage Building;
site improvements related to building construction;
other constructed site improvements;
demolition and removal of existing clubhouse building;
construction of new parking facilities
restoration of disturbed areas.
As a part of this proposal, the following general description of work shall be accomplished:
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Cederholm Community Building
remove existing clubhouse facility; relocate,
construct, or upgrade site utilities; construct
community building; construct parking area;
construct site improvements related to the
community building; restore disturbed areas
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Cart Storage Building
Construct new cart storage building
Respondents shall complete Attachment L (Schedule of Unit Price Values) as a part of their
proposal. The Schedule of Unit Price Values will address modifications necessitated by
conditions identified in the field during the progress of the work. It is expected that this schedule
will be directed to modifications beyond the work described in the plans and identified in any
lump sum item in Attachment D (Cost Proposal Form).In addition, the proposer shall accomplish
the following tasks as a part of the work of this proposal package:
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Highlight, as a part of the proposal, potential modifications that result in more efficient,
enduring, and cost-effective construction or constructed result, providing that the core
program requirements, to the degree they are evident in the drawings, are maintained;
Prepare and maintain a detailed schedule of construction activities and milestones
demonstrating completion of projects by dates defined in this request for proposals;
identify all activities of the City of Roseville necessary to maintain adherence to the
proposer’s schedule; identify points where risks may impact project schedule;
Identify and construct all improvements that result in a complete and ready-to-occupy
Community Building and Cart Building;
Provide temporary facilities, particularly electrical service (for lighting systems) and water
service (for irrigation systems), if those systems exist at the site;
Accommodate, to the greatest degree possible, golf events and programs planned to
occur at the golf course (per ATTACHMENT ?); if interruption of programs must occur,
the contractor shall identify anticipated interruption dates in a detailed schedule provided
to the City of Roseville during the contract clarification stage;
Provide all necessary protections for the public in the course when undergoing
construction including, but not limited to, fencing, barricades, notices and warnings, and
other methods of securing the construction site from public access and instructing the
public in use of the course during construction activities;
Provide any necessary traffic control during construction activities, including activities
that might require a closure of a public street or right-of-way;
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Maintain sufficient supervisory personnel to maintain progress on all portions of this
proposal package toward milestone and completion dates identified in the proposer’s
project schedule;
Obtain all necessary permits and approvals necessary to construct the improvements;
Provide training to City of Roseville staff in the operation of equipment and systems and
provide operations and equipment manuals for all building and site systems, including all
as-built documents; and
Perform other tasks typical to this type of construction project and necessary for
satisfactory completion and acceptance of the constructed result.
The City has budgeted $?,???,??? for the work anticipated in this RFP.
ALTERNATES AND CONSIDERATION OF OTHER MATERIALS AND METHODS
In this Request for Bids, the City has identified a series of alternate price quotes that will
be considered in the evaluation of proposals submitted. Those alternate quotes are
listed in the Proposal Form (Attachment D/Quest CDN) and are more fully described in
the project specifications and indicated in the drawings.
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DELIVERABLES
The vendor/s is expected to deliver fully operational “turnkey” park improvements per
standards and schedule as outlined above and in the project documents. The contractor will
also provide the following upon completion of the project
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3 project manuals
Electronic “As Built” drawings
Warranty and contact information for all improvements
Training of City staff regarding proper inspection, maintenance and repair standards for
all improvements
Project Schedule
Once the contractor has been selected, the actual construction schedule will be solidified.
Contractor shall provide a detailed work plan that addresses all major tasks, risks and
milestones to be accomplished throughout the process.
Task Timeframe
It is expected that upon a contract award the Contractor will begin work immediately in a
manner that is consistent with the final work plan developed in cooperation with and approved
by the City of Roseville. The final work plan will include detailed methods and milestones,
incorporate expectations described in the RFP, potential risk mitigation methods, and the scope
of work. The City of Roseville would like the improvements included in this Proposal completed
as soon as possible and will give special consideration to firms with the ability to complete this
project within a compressed time schedule. All work must be completed no later than ???, 2018
other than contractor furnished maintenance activities. Construction schedule must be
coordinated with attached schedule of existing Parks and Recreation activities.
It is in the best interest of the City of Roseville to complete the work of this RFP in the most
expeditious manner possible that allows the improvements to be completed for the greatest
benefit to the Community
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3. BID PROPOSAL AND BID PROPOSAL FORM
3.1 The total of all prices will be determined as the sum of the products of the estimated quantity
of each item and the unit price Bid for the item. If the bid form is separated into different sections
and/or "add alternates", the Bidder must show a unit price for all bid items in all sections and
"add alternates."
3.2 Discrepancies between the multiplication of units of work and unit prices will be resolved in
favor of unit prices. Discrepancies between the indicated sum of any column of figures and the
correct sum thereof will be resolved in favor of the correct sum. Discrepancies between words
and figures will be resolved in favor of words.
3.3 All blanks on the Bid Proposal Form must be completed.
3.4 Bids by partnerships must be executed in the partnership name and signed by a partner,
whose title must appear under the signature and the official address of the partnership must be
shown.
3.5 The address, telephone number and fax number, if any, for communications regarding the
Bid must be shown.
4. SUBMITTAL OF BIDS
4.1 Bids shall be submitted at the time and place indicated in the Advertisement to Bid.
4.2 Each Bid must be submitted electronically through BidVAULT. Hard copies of bids shall not
be accepted.
4.3 If you are unfamiliar with electronic bidding or you have questions about the process,
reference the City of Roseville’s website at http://www.cityofroseville.com/2950/ConstructionBidding. There you will find information about setting up an online account, submitting a bid, and
more.
4.4 Bidding documents that must be completed and submitted as part of the bid are: Job
References, Non-Collusion Declaration, Notice to Bidders form, and the Responsible Contractor
Certificate. These documents must completed electronically through BidVAULT in order to
submit a bid.
5. MODIFICATION AND WITHDRAWAL OF BIDS
5.1 Bids may be modified or withdrawn on BidVAULT at any time prior to the opening of Bids.
5.2 If, by the next working day at the same time of bid opening after Bids are opened, any
Bidder files a duly signed, written notice with the Owner and promptly thereafter demonstrates
to the reasonable satisfaction of the Owner that there was a material and substantial mistake in
the preparation of its Bid, that Bidder may withdraw its Bid and the Bid security will be returned.
Thereafter, that Bidder will be disqualified from further bidding on the Work to be provided under
the Contract Documents.
5.3 Bids received prior to the time of opening will be securely kept, unopened. The officer whose
duty it is to open them will decide when the specified time has arrived, and no Bid received
thereafter will be considered.
6. OPENING OF BIDS
Bids will be opened and (unless obviously non-responsive) read aloud. An abstract of the
amounts of the base Bids and major alternates (if any) will be made available to Bidders after
the opening of Bids.
7. BIDS TO REMAIN SUBJECT TO ACCEPTANCE
All bids will remain subject to acceptance for ninety (90) days after the day of the Bid opening,
but the Owner may, in its sole discretion, release any Bid and return the Bid security prior to that
date.
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8. SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION REQUEST
After the bids are open and prior to Notice of Award, in addition to information required by the
supplementary conditions the Owner may request from any Bidder such information as Owner
may deem necessary to evaluate the responsibility, qualifications and financial ability of the
Bidder to perform the Work. Bidder shall, within seven days of receipt of request from Owner,
provide the requested information in a form acceptable to Owner.
9. AWARD OF CONTRACT
9.1 The Owner reserves the right to reject any and all Bids, to waive any and all informalities not
involving price, time or changes in the Work and to negotiate contract terms with the successful
Bidder, and the right to disregard all nonconforming, non-responsive, unbalanced or conditional
Bids. Also, the Owner reserves the right to reject the Bid of any Bidder if the Owner believes
that it would not be in the best interest of the project to make an award to that Bidder, whether
because the Bid is not responsive or the Bidder is unqualified or of doubtful financial ability or
fails to meet any other pertinent standard or criteria established by the Owner. Discrepancies in
the multiplication of units of work and unit prices will be resolved in favor of the unit prices.
Discrepancies between the indicated sum of any column of figures and the correct sum thereof
will be resolved in favor of the correct sum.
9.2 In evaluating Bids, the Owner will consider the qualifications of the Bidders, whether or not
the Bids comply with the prescribed requirements, and such alternates, unit prices and other
data, as may be requested in the bid form or prior to the Notice of Award.
9.3 The Owner may consider the qualifications and experience of Subcontractors, suppliers,
and other persons and organizations proposed for those portions of the work as to which the
identity of Subcontractors, suppliers, and other persons and organizations must be submitted as
provided in the General Conditions. The Owner also may consider the operating costs,
maintenance requirements, performance data and guarantees of major items of materials and
equipment proposed for incorporation in the work when such data is required to be submitted
prior to the Notice of Award.
9.4 The Owner may conduct such investigations as the Owner deems necessary to assist in the
evaluation of any Bid and to establish the responsibility, qualifications and financial ability of
Bidders, proposed Subcontractors, suppliers and other persons and organizations to perform
and furnish the work in accordance with the Contract Documents to the Owner’s satisfaction
within the prescribed time.
9.5 If the Contract is to be awarded, it will be awarded to the lowest qualified, responsible, and
responsive Bidder whose evaluation by the Owner indicates to the Owner that the award will be
in the best interest of the project.
9.6 If the contract is to be awarded, the Owner will give the successful Bidder a Notice of Award
within one hundred five (105) days after the day of the Bid opening.
9.7 The Owner reserves the right to cancel the award of any Contract at any time before the
execution of said Contract by all parties without any liability against the Owner or its agents,
officials, employees or consultants.
9.8 The Roseville City Council will consider award of bids for this project at their regular meeting
on?? or as soon thereafter as possible.
10. CONTRACT SECURITY
The General Conditions and the Special Conditions set forth the Owner’s requirements as to
performance and payment bonds. When the successful Bidder delivers the executed Agreement
to the Owner, it must be accompanied by the required performance and payment bonds.
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11. SIGNING OF AGREEMENT
When the Owner gives a Notice of Award to the successful Bidder, it will be accompanied by the
required number of unsigned counterparts of the Agreement with all other written Contract
Documents attached. Within fifteen (15) days thereafter the Contractor shall sign and deliver the
required number of counterparts of the Agreement and attached documents to the Owner with
the required bonds and insurance certificates. Within fifteen (15) days thereafter the Owner shall
deliver one (1) fully signed counterpart to the Contractor
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Attachment D
Hagen, Christensen & McIlwain
Architects
Memorandum
Roseville PRC
To:
Subject:
Roseville Parks
From:
Tim McILwain
Date:
06/26/2017
Comm. No:
1758
Copies To:
File
Cedarholm Community Building –
Sustainable Design Features
The design for the Cedarholm Community Building has the following sustainable design features
and systems:
a. Civil / Site Design:
1. Best practices for storm water treatment & management.
2. Use of native plant species where practical.
3. Use of low water consumption plants where practical.
b. Architectural Design:
1. Use of regionally harvested / manufactured exterior materials (wood trim, stone
veneer).
2. Use of durable exterior materials (stone and cement siding).
3. Use of Certified Sustainable Wood for framing and structure.
4. Required recycling of demolition materials
5. Required separation and recycling of construction waste
6. Building is prepped for solar array installation.
7. Window units are locally manufactured and maintain a Forestry Stewardship
Certification (FSC), SCS Recycled Content Certification.
8. Materials such as wood substrates, paints and stains, finishes and fabrics will be lowemitting materials containing no volatile organic compounds.
9. Strategies will include utilizing local fabricators for millwork, signage, window
systems, furniture fixtures and equipment and specifying construction materials that
are manufactured within 250 miles of the site such as quartz countertops, wood
veneer and trim, flooring, etc.
10. There will be an emphasis to specify materials with a high percentage of recycled
content as well as bio-based materials for such elements as steel structure, ceramic
tile, carpet, table tops and fixtures.
11. The Project will have acoustic materials to maintain background noise less than 70
Dba and reverberation times within acceptable ranges.
12. Specify Bird -Friendly Glass panels as a Project Alternate.
Ph 612-904-1332
4201 Cedar Avenue South
Fax 612-904-7366
Minneapolis, Mn 55407
Cedarholm community building
Memorandum
Date: 06/26/2017
c. Mechanical Design:
1. Low flow plumbing fixtures
2. High-efficiency Furnaces – 95% efficient
3. ECM Fan Motors on furnaces
4. New mechanical equipment including make-up air units, exhaust fans and VAV units will
meet MN 2030 Energy Efficiency Guidelines and the hot water heaters and kitchen
equipment will be Energy-Star, EPEA or Water Sense certified whenever possible.
Cooling systems will have ozone safe refrigerants.
5. Heating and cooling systems will be controlled with a Building Automated System (B.A.S.)
for better control, efficiency and monitoring.
d. Electrical Design:
1. The lighting for all general illumination will be color balanced LED fixtures on a
programmable lighting control system that will provide for any daylight harvesting
opportunities.
2. Access to natural light will be provided whenever possible.
3. Motion sensors and vacancy sensors for lighting auto-off
4. Electrical distribution system layout and the building’s structure are prepared for future
solar array installation.
Hagen Christensen & McIlwain
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Attachment E
To:
Roseville City Council and City Manager Pat Trudgeon
From:
Lonnie Brokke, Parks and Recreation Director
Subject: June 5, 2017, City Council Meeting Follow-up - Cedarholm Community Building
Date:
June 9, 2017
At your Monday, June 5, 2017 City Council meeting, a question was raised about the
consideration for a basement at the Cedarholm Community Building. As mentioned at the
meeting; this was identified, explored and studied early in the process but ruled out due to the
limited site access, practicality, usefulness, logistics, impact to the operations and cost.
The analysis included the following main points:
• The site access, building access, congestion and impact on the area would be a significant
challenge because of the overall space in the area.
• If used for anything other than storage (public use) an elevator would be required at a
significant cost.
• The projected cost was $75.00 to $125.00 per square foot, not including a human or
freight elevator. Using the average of $100.00 per square foot, the estimated cost with a
basement under the entire 5000 square feet would be $500,000.
• If the basement were smaller and under only a portion of the building, it is projected to
increase in cost per square foot as it gets smaller.
The analysis by staff, architects and others concluded that it was more cost effective, practical
and useful to have a standalone 700 sq. ft. cart storage area for 20 carts. The estimated cost for an
enclosed siding and door structure for 20 carts is $67,000 vs. a fence and gate structure at
$62,000. This area would be used for equipment storage in the off season, i.e. patio furniture,
benches and equipment.
Thank you and if you have any further questions, please let me know.
REQUEST FOR COUNCIL ACTION
Date:
July 10, 2017
Item No.: 7.d
Department Approval
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City Manager Approval
Consider Authorizing the Reorganization of the Recreation Division within the
Parks and Recreation Department
BACKGROUND
Anticipating retirements and other potential personnel changes over the next few years, the Parks and
Recreation Department is requesting a change to the Recreation Division organizational structure to
most effectively and efficiently achieve service needs now and into the future.
The Recreation Program Coordinator who is an Exempt Grade 11 employee is retiring. Staff is
requesting that is position be upgraded to a Recreation Superintendent at Exempt Grade 13. The
Recreation Superintendent was a position that existed until 2009 but was downgraded as part of budget
cuts. This change left a greater burden for the Recreation Division on the Assistant Parks and
Recreation Director.
The Customer Services Representative position at the Skating Center, which is budgeted as full time
but only staffed ¾ time, will result in sufficient savings to cover the additional costs for the Recreation
Superintendent position. Therefore, this organizational change is cost neutral.
Approval of the Recreation Superintendent position to be reinstated will allow this positon to take a
more responsible leadership role of managing the Recreation Division, similar to the key structural
divisions of Park Superintendent, Skating Center Superintendent and Golf Course Superintendent. This
will free the Assistant Director to focus on efficient and effective day to day operations and supervision
in all divisions which now is the burden of the Director. This would then allow the Director to focus on
higher level department planning and administrative needs.
With the complexity of the department growing and the need for the Assistant Director and Director to
focus on the overall department day to day operations and other important areas, staff is requesting that
the City Council authorize the reorganization of the Parks and Recreation Recreation Division. The
current and requested organizational charts are below for your review.
Below is the job summary and salary range for the position being requested. This positon is
fulltime and will include benefits costing approximately 30% beyond the salary listed. It is
felt to be the most cost effective and sustainable means to most effectively and efficiently
meet service and program needs.
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Recreation Superintendent Job Summary:
This position works to define, establish and attain overall goals and objectives of the Recreation
Division and performs specialized duties as assigned. The Superintendent is responsible for recreation
division staff, leadership, and administration including programs, events and facilities to assure
efficient and effective operation and safe conditions. This position takes an active leadership and
participatory role in department and citywide programs and events, public relations, planning, and
operations. The Superintendent provides comprehensive management and supervision of the assigned
functions and programs within the recreation division, including; planning, day to day operations,
supervision, personnel development training, budgeting, analysis, troubleshooting, and administrative
and managerial duties including reporting and recordkeeping.
Salary Range: Internally this position falls into grade 13 of the exempt ranges $35.78 –$43.11/Hr. or
$74,422 - $89,669 annually.
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The Parks and Recreation department has identified priorities and funding mechanisms for a succession
plan believed to be the most effectively and efficiently means provide services and programs today.
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The current 2017 departmental budget will cover the costs of the change to this position with
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Staff recommends approval of the Parks and Recreation Department Recreation Division
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REQUESTED COUNCIL ACTION
Motion to approve the Parks and Recreation Department Recreation Division reorganization.
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Prepared by:
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Attachments:
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REQUEST FOR COUNCIL ACTION
Date: 7/10/2017
Item No.: 7.e
Department Approval
City Manager Approval
Timothy O’Neill, Fire Chief
Item Description:
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Consider the Community Development & Fire Department’s Request for
Approval of Proposed Text Amendments of Roseville’s City Code,
Chapter 901 Building Code, including section 901.01; Adoption of Code:
which includes adoption of Chapter 1306, Subp 2.
BACKGROUND
On March 20, 2017 The Community Development & Fire Department conducted a presentation
to City Council regarding Chapter 1306, Subp.2 of the Minnesota State Building Code.
Chapter 1306, Special Fire Protection Systems, is an optional code section that each municipality
may adopt. Chapter 1306 authorizes optional provisions for the installation of on-premises fire
suppression systems. Per Chapter 1306, if the City adopts the chapter, the chapter must be
adopted with the selection of either subpart 2 or 3, without amendment. The complete text of
Chapter 1306 is attached to this RCA.
Both departments sought approval of amendment to Section 901.01 of current City Code, which
would include adoption of Chapter 1306, Subp.2 of the Minnesota State Building Code. During
City Council discussion on the proposed amendment, it was determined that the Fire Department
seek input from the business community regarding any concerns they might have concerning the
proposed amendment.
The Fire Department took a multi-pronged approach in contacting and seeking feedback from
local businesses. We first attended the April, Roseville Business Council meeting where we
made a presentation to the group of about thirty-five attendees summarizing chapter 1306, and
asked for the groups comments or concerns. Next, with the assistance of the St. Paul Chamber of
Commerce staff utilized their email contact list of more than 13,000 business contacts provided
information on Chapter 1306, and requested they contact us with questions, comments, or
concerns. Lastly, we posted information about Chapter 1306 on the City’s web site, again asking
for input on the proposed amendment.
After utilizing these communication paths we only heard from one Roseville business owner
who voiced concerns about potential costs related to possible retrofitting of sprinklers. This
business owner owns multiple buildings in Roseville and understood and agreed with the overall
safety related concerns involving non-sprinkled buildings, but did want to convey their concern
regarding cost, and what triggers occupancy type change.
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Staff is assuming that the almost non-existent feedback from the business community is the
result of the overwhelming prevalence of this building code within the metro cities, and it has
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The proposed adoption of this optional chapter comes as a joint request between the Roseville
Fire Department and the Community Development Department. The adoption and
implementation of the State Building Code falls under the responsibility of Community
Development, however this optional section will greatly benefit the Fire Department and the City
of Roseville. The potential improvement of fire protection and safety to the occupants, visitors,
owners and first responders is the greatest benefit. In addition, the protection of property that this
code provision allows can be extremely beneficial to property owners. Attachment D details the
status of adoption of 1306 in 50 nearby municipalities to Roseville. Of the 50 municipalities
surveyed, 36 have adopted either Subpart 2 or 3. Attachment E provides several examples of
when and where this optional chapter might be utilized.
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Within the State of Minnesota, under normal circumstances, there has been no loss of life due to
a fire incident in a building with a fully operational and functional sprinkler system. Sprinkler
protection assists in making the building safer for staff, guests, and first responders.
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While it is understandable that the addition of a sprinkler system will have a one-time added cost
to the building and/or property owner, a functioning sprinkler system may result in reduced
insurance costs going forward and will also assist with less damage in instances of fire.
Decreased damage will alleviate some of the economic impact on the owner and the community
due to fire.
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Staff recommends adoption of Chapter 1306. 0020. Subp. 2 of the Minnesota State Building
Code. Subp. 2 includes both new and existing buildings. Existing buildings will only be
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Therefore, The Community Development and Fire Departments again seek approval to amend
City Code to include Chapter 1306, Subp.2 of the Minnesota State Building Code.
The recommended changes and additions to the following sections would be as follows:
901.01: ADOPTION OF CODE:
The most current Minnesota State Building Code (MSBC), one copy of which is on file in the
office of the designated building official, has been adopted by Minnesota Statutes as a uniform
building code applicable throughout the state. The most recent revisions, and subsequent
amendments to such code are hereby adopted as the building code of the city and incorporated in
this chapter as completely as if set out in full. (Ord. 1488, 11/20, 2015)
Adoption includes the following listed optional provisions of the MSBC which are hereby
adopted as follows:
A. Chapter 1306 with 1306.0020, Subp. 2 of the MSBC relating to Special Fire Protection
Systems.
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Staff periodically updates City Code and Zoning Ordinance language to provide clarification to
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Adopt an Ordinance amending selected text of Roseville’s City Code, Chapter 901; including
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STAFF RECOMMENDATION
Based on the comments provided in this report, staff recommends approval of the proposed text
amendments to Roseville’s City Code, Chapter 901: including section 901.01: Adoption of Code
(which includes the adoption of optional chapter 1306, Subp. 2).
REQUESTED COUNCIL ACTION
Prepared by:
David Englund, Codes Coordinator
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Ordinance Amendment
Ordinance Summary
Chapter 1306 MSBC
Municipal adoption of 1306 Special Fire Protection Systems
1306 Example Diagrams
Occupancy Groups
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ATTACHMENT A
City of Roseville
ORDINANCE NO. _____
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AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SELECTED TEXT OF THE ROSEVILLE CITY CODE,
SECTION 901.01, ADOPTION OF CODE
THE CITY OF ROSEVILLE ORDAINS:
SECTION 1. Purpose: The Roseville City Code is hereby amended to modify/clarify specific
requirements within the Roseville City Code, Section 901.01, Adoption of Code.
SECTION 2. Section 901.01 is hereby amended as follows:
901.01: ADOPTION OF CODE:
The most current Minnesota State Building Code (MSBC), one copy of which is on file in the office of
the designated building official, has been adopted by Minnesota Statutes as a uniform building code
applicable throughout the state. The most recent revisions, and subsequent amendments to such code are
hereby adopted as the building code of the city and incorporated in this chapter as completely as if set
out in full. (Ord. 1488, 11/20, 2015)
Adoption includes the following listed optional provisions of the MSBC which are hereby adopted as
follows:
A. Chapter 1306 with 1306.0020, Subp. 2 of the MSBC relating to Special Fire Protection Systems.
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AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SELECTED-TEXT OF THE ROSEVILLE CITY
CODE, SECTIONS 901.01, ADOPTION OF CODE; WHICH INCLUDES
ADOPTION OF
CHAPTER 1306, SUBP 2.
The following is the official summary of Ordinance No.
Council of Roseville on July 10, 2017:
approved by the City
The Roseville City Code is hereby amended to modify/clarify and adopt specific
requirements within the Roseville City Code, Sections 901.01, Adoption of Code which
includes Adoption of Chapter 1306, Subp 2.
A printed copy of the ordinance is available for inspection by any person during regular
office hours in the office of the City Manager at the Roseville City Hall, 2660 Civic Center
Drive, Roseville, Minnesota 55113. A copy of the ordinance and summary shall also be
posted at the Reference Desk of the Roseville Branch of the Ramsey County Library, 2180
Hamline Avenue North, and on the Internet web page of the City of Roseville
(www.ci.roseville.mn.us).
BY:
Daniel J. Roe, Mayor
ATTEST:
Patrick Trudgeon, City Manager
ATTACHMENT C
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CHAPTER 1306
DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND INDUSTRY
SPECIAL FIRE PROTECTION SYSTEMS
1306.0010 GENERAL.
1306.0020 MUNICIPAL OPTION.
1306.0030 REQUIREMENTS.
1306.0040 STANDARD.
1306.0050 SUBSTITUTE CONSTRUCTION.
1306.0060 EXEMPTION.
1306.0070 REPORTING.
1306.0010 GENERAL.
This chapter authorizes optional provisions for the installation of on premises fire suppression systems
that may be adopted by a municipality in addition to the State Building Code. If the municipality adopts
them, the sprinkler system requirements of this chapter become part of the State Building Code and are
applicable throughout the municipality. This chapter, if adopted, must be adopted without amendment.
Statutory Authority: MS s 16B.59; 16B.61; 16B.64; 326B.101; 326B.106; 326B.13
History: 27 SR 1479; L 2007 c 140 art 4 s 61; art 13 s 4
Published Electronically: July 11, 2007
1306.0020 MUNICIPAL OPTION.
Subpart 1. Requirement. The sprinkler system requirements of this chapter, if adopted, must be
adopted with the selection of either subpart 2 or 3, without amendment.
Subp. 2. Existing and new buildings. Automatic sprinkler systems for new buildings, buildings
increased in total floor area (including the existing building), or buildings in which the occupancy
classification has changed, must be installed and maintained in operational condition within the structure.
The requirements of this subpart apply to structures that fall within the occupancy classifications established
in part 1306.0030, items A to D.
Exception: The floor area of minor additions that do not increase the occupant load does not have to
be figured into the square footage for occupancy classifications established in part 1306.0030, items A
to D.
Subp. 3. New buildings. Automatic sprinkler systems for new buildings, additions to existing
buildings, or buildings in which the occupancy classification has changed must be installed and maintained
in operational condition within the structure. The requirements of this subpart apply to structures that fall
within the occupancy classifications established in part 1306.0030, items A to D.
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Exception: The floor area of minor additions that do not increase the occupant load does not have to
be figured into the square footage for occupancy classifications established in part 1306.0030, items A
to D.
Copyright ©2007 by the Revisor of Statutes, State of Minnesota. All Rights Reserved.
ATTACHMENT C
1306.0050 SPECIAL FIRE PROTECTION SYSTEMS
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Statutory Authority: MS s 16B.59; 16B.61; 16B.64; 326B.101; 326B.106; 326B.13
History: 27 SR 1479; 32 SR 6; L 2007 c 140 art 4 s 61; art 13 s 4
Published Electronically: July 11, 2007
1306.0030 REQUIREMENTS.
For purposes of this chapter, area separation, fire barriers, or fire walls do not establish separate
buildings. Gross square footage (gsf) means the floor area as defined in the International Building Code.
The floor area requirements established in items A to D are based on the gross square footage of the entire
building and establish thresholds for these requirements.· The following occupancy groups must comply
with sprinkler requirements of this chapter, unless specified otherwise:
A. Group A-1, A-2, A-3, and A-4 occupancies;
Exception: air inflated structures, and open picnic shelters.
B. Group B, F, M, and S occupancies with 2,000 or more gross square feet of floor area or with
three or more stories in height;
Exception: S-2 open parking garages, aircraft hangars, salt storage sheds, and group "M" detached
canopies.
C. Group E occupancies with 2,000 or more gross square feet of floor area or with two or more
stories in height;
D. Group E day care occupancies with an occupant load of 30 or more.
Statutory Authority: MS s 16B.59; 16B.61; 16B.64; 326B.101; 326B.106; 326B.13
History: 27 SR 1479; 32 SR 6; L 2007 c 140 art 4 s 61; art 13 s 4
Published Electronically: July ll, 2007
1306.0040 STANDARD.
Automatic sprinkler systems must comply with the applicable standard referenced in the State Building
Code. If a public water supply is not available, the building official and fire chief shall approve the use of an
alternate on-site source of water if the alternate source provides protection that is comparable to that provided
by a public water supply. If an adequate alternate water supply sufficient for hose stream requirements is
provided or available, the building official and fire chief may permit the water supply requirements for the
hose stream demands to be modified.
Statutory Authority: MS s 16B.59; 16B.61; 16B.64; 326B.101; 326B.106; 326B.13
History: 27 SR 1479; L 2007 c 140 art 4 s 61; art 13 s 4
Published Electronically: July 11, 2007
1306.0050 SUBSTITUTE CONSTRUCTION.
The installation of an automatic sprinkler system, as required by this chapter, would still allow the
substitution of one-hour fire-resistive construction as permitted by the International Building Code, Table
601, footnote d.
Copyright ©2007 by the Revisor of Statutes, State of Minnesota. All Rights Reserved.
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SPECIAL FIRE PROTECTION SYSTEMS
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Statutory Authority: MS s 16B.59; 16B.61; 16B.64; 326B.101,· 326B.106; 326B.13
History: 27 SR 1479; L 2007 c 140 art 4 s 61; art 13 s 4
Published Electronically: July 11, 2007
1306.0060 EXEMPTION.
The building official, with the concurrence of the fire official, may waive the requirements of this
chapter if the application of water has been demonstrated to constitute a serious life, fire, or environmental
hazard, or if the building does not have an adequate water supply and the building is surrounded by public
ways or yards more than 60 feet wide on all sides.
Statutory Authority: MS s 16B.59; 16B.61; 16B.64; 326B.101; 326B.106; 326B.13
History: 27 SR 1479; L 2007 c 140 art 4 s 61; art 13 s 4
Published Electronically: July 11, 2007
1306.0070 REPORTING.
A municipality must submit a copy of the ordinance adopting this chapter to the Department of Labor
and Industry, Construction Codes and Licensing Division. The ordinance does not go into effect until:
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A. a signed electronic, faxed, or paper copy of the ordinance has been received by the division;
B. The ordinance has been approved by the division.
An ordinance is deemed automatically approved by the division if the municipality has not been
informed that the ordinance has not been approved within ten working days of the division's receipt of the
ordinance.
Statutory Authority: MS s 16B.59; 16B.61; 16B.64; 326B.101; 326B.106; 326B.13
History: 27 SR 1479; 32 SR 6; L 2007 c 140 art 4 s 61; art 13 s 4
Published Electronically: July 11, 2007
1306.0100 [Repealed, 27 SR 1479]
Published Electronically: July 11, 2007
Copyright ©2007 by the Revisor of Statutes, State of Minnesota. All Rights Reserved.
REQUEST FOR COUNCIL ACTION
Date:
7/10/2017
Item No.: 7.f
Department Approval
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City Manager Approval
Provide Information Regarding Residential Fire Sprinklers
BACKGROUND
On March 20, 2017 the Fire Department made a presentation to City Council regarding a staffing
update, and adoption of Building Code 1306. As part of that presentation and subsequent City Council
discussion the Fire Department was asked to provide City Council information at a future meeting about
residential sprinklers and the possibility of adding sprinkler requirements to R-2 (multifamily residential
buildings).
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with the State Fire Marshal’s office about the possibilities regarding sprinklers in R-2 occupancies.
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Minnesota Statute 326B.121 Subd 2(c) prohibits municipalities from adopting language that is different
than the state building code. Chapter 1306 was developed to get around this provision for fire protection
in certain types of occupancies and residential occupancies were excluded from this chapter.
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(c) A municipality must not by ordinance, or through development agreement, require building code
provisions regulating components or systems of any structure that are different from any provision of
the State Building Code. This subdivision does not prohibit a municipality from enacting or enforcing
an ordinance requiring existing components or systems of any structure to be maintained in a safe and
sanitary condition or in good repair, but not exceeding the standards under which the structure was
built, reconstructed, or altered, or the component or system was installed, unless specific retroactive
provisions for existing buildings have been adopted as part of the State Building Code. A municipality
may, with the approval of the state building official, adopt an ordinance that is more restrictive than the
State Building Code where geological conditions warrant a more restrictive ordinance. A municipality
may appeal the disapproval of a more restrictive ordinance to the commissioner. An appeal under this
subdivision is subject to the schedule, fee, procedures, cost provisions, and appeal rights set out in
section 326B.139.
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The requirements for sprinklers in new Group R-2 occupancies (Section 903.2.8) require sprinklers in
buildings larger than 4500sq.ft. Staff has not seen many new apartment buildings being constructed
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Paul may be seeing a four-plex constructed on an existing lot that might be below this threshold. If
Roseville is seeing new apartments going up with an average unit size of 900 sf, five units would
require a sprinkler system per the state building code.
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903.2.8 Group R. An automatic sprinkler system installed in accordance with Section 903.3 shall be
provided throughout all buildings with a Group R fire area. For the purposes of this provision, fire
walls, party walls, or attached multiple fire resistive exterior walls shall only create separate buildings
where providing separation from occupancies other than Group R.
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REQUEST FOR COUNCIL ACTION
Department Approval
Item Description:
Agenda Date: 7/10/2017
Agenda Item: 7.g
City Manager Approval
Request by the City of Roseville to approve a comprehensive technical
update to the requirements and procedures for processing subdivision
proposals as regulated in City Code Title 11 (Subdivision) and revision of
the lot size standards established in City Code Chapter 1004 (Residential
Districts) (PROJ-0042)
APPLICATION INFORMATION
Applicant:
City of Roseville
Location:
N/A
Property Owner:
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Open House Meeting:
none required
Application Submission: N/A
City Action Deadline:
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PLANNING COMMISSION ACTION
The Planning Commission held the public hearing for this
application on June 7, 2017, and voted 6 – 0 to recommend
approval of the requested text amendments.
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BACKGROUND
Since March, the Planning Commission, Parks and Recreation Commission, and City
Council have been reviewing and commenting on iterations of updated subdivision code
content, including an annotated outline of general suggestions, a detailed side-by-side
presentation of existing-and-proposed language, and a more conventional presentation with
all proposed content consolidated into a single document. The duly-noticed public hearing for
the proposed code update was held by the Planning Commission on June 7, 2017. When the
City Council reviewed the recommended update on June 19, 2017, the Council generally
supported the proposal and, by consensus, requested several edits. The draft minutes of the
City Council’s June 19 discussion are included with this RCA as Exhibit A. The revised draft
of the proposed update is included as Exhibit B; the track changes typography in the
subdivision code update presented for review and adoption reflects the final edits that were
discussed and requested by the City Council.
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PLANNING DIVISION COMMENT
The only changes called out in the current draft of the updates that may not explicitly relate to
the City Council’s discussion are as follows:
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Assorted edits to insert serial commas, where necessary, or to better clarify how
similar conjunctions are intended to function.
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Section 1102.04.D, beginning on line 290 of Exhibit B: the changes in this section
represent a relocation and reorganization of the roadway standards in Section
1103.02.G, beginning on line 408. The Council requested a reorganization of
1103.02.G, which are regulations for physical improvements that have been situated
within regulations for rights-of-way, in order to obviate the introductory phrase:
“While not strictly pertinent to rights-of-way, per se…”. The suggested reorganization
was to elevate the provision in the outline structure of the ordinance by labeling it as
Section 1103.021 so that it is no longer technically within regulations for rights-ofway, thereby allowing the introductory phrase to be deleted. While this would achieve
the goal of deleting that phrase, it would leave the provision about roadway
improvements situated among rights-of-way regulations. Given the additional time to
work on the requested change, Planning Division staff has come to believe that a
more proper solution is to incorporate these provisions of 1103.02.G into an earlier
code section (i.e., 1102.04.D) that pertains to roadway improvements. This is how the
requested change is incorporated in to the proposed draft.
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Section 1102.05.D, beginning on line 356 of Exhibit B: Planning Division staff had
been aware of the possibility of clarifying the language in this section prior to the
June 19 discussion. While clarification may not be necessary, the additional time to
work with the code update allowed staff to suggest an improvement.
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RECOMMENDED ACTIONS
A) Pass an ordinance adopting a comprehensive technical update to the
requirements and procedures for processing subdivision proposals as regulated
in City Code Title 11 (Subdivision) and revision of the lot size standards
established in City Code Chapter 1004 (Residential Districts), based on the
findings and recommendation of the Planning Commission, the content of this RCA,
public input, and City Council deliberation. The proposed draft ordinance is included
with this report as Exhibit C.
B) Pass a motion approving the proposed ordinance summary. The proposed draft
ordinance summary is included with this report as Exhibit D.
ALTERNATIVE ACTIONS
A) Pass a motion to table the item for future action. While there’s no required
timeline for approving City-initiated proposals such as this, deferring action into the
future could have adverse consequences for property owners or potential developers
who may be following this process and anticipating its conclusion.
B) Pass a motion to deny the request. Denial should be supported by specific findings
of fact based on the City Council’s review of the application, applicable zoning or
subdivision regulations, and the public record.
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Exhibits:
A: Excerpt of 6/19 City Council
draft minutes
B: Draft subdivision code update
Prepared by:
Senior Planner Bryan Lloyd
651-792-7073
[email protected]
C: Draft ordinance
D: Draft ordinance summary
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Request by the City of Roseville to Approve a Comprehensive Technical Update to the Requirements and Procedures for Processing Subdivision Proposals as Regulated in City Code, Title 11 (Subdivisions) and Revision of Lot
Size Standards Established in City Code, Chapter 1004 (Residential Districts
(PROJ-0042)
Senior Planner Bryan Lloyd briefly summarized the latest revisions of this final
draft and highlighted various areas of an amended Subdivision Ordinance, with
final vetting having been done by the Planning Commission and now the City
Council.
Title 11 (Subdivisions), Chapter 1101 (RCA Exhibit A)
Page 1, line 30-32 (Owner)
Mr. Lloyd noted Lloyd questioned the use of “owner” and how it should be described in this sense or what other kinds of owners may be indicated.
Mayor Roe pointed out the use of “owner as applicant” (page 4, line 133) under
the Minor Plat process, stating the “owner shall file an application.”
City Attorney Gaughan suggested not getting into that much detail as to the extent
of ownership, but let them self-identify since the intent was to refer to the measure of ownership over a subject property or duration of ownership, with any further detail creating more doors to open than necessary. At the request of Mayor
Roe, Mr. Gaughan stated his agreement with that definition in the ordinance.
Page 1, line 30
Councilmember McGehee questioned the use of “natural person.”
City Attorney Gaughan stated that, while this term is seen in numerous documents, it was no legal obligation to use that term.
Councilmember Willmus recalled that previous discussions were to strike “natural” go with “person.” Without objection, staff was directed to use proceed accordingly by striking “natural.”
Page 2, lines 52 and 53
Without objection, language was revised in line 52 as “Acceptance of Roadways”
rather than “streets;” and in line 53 to strike “land” from “Required Improvements,” since that section included infrastructure and grading improvements as
well.
Page 6, Line 222
A typographical correction was noted to strike the hyphen between “”final” and
“approval.”
Page 7, line 254 (specific grounds for variances)
Mr. Lloyd noted other areas of code that cover specific grounds for variances negating a prior City Council suggestion for more language in that section.
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Councilmember McGehee questioned the vagueness of “essential character” and
“unusual hardship,” and if they were sufficient to invoke if needed.
Mayor Roe noted, with confirmation by City Attorney Gaughan, that the city retained the latitude to invoke them as they came forward, with the city defining
those specific grounds as pointedly or vaguely as it chose to do so. Mayor Roe
expressed his preference for having more vague language allowing the City
Council to exercise more flexibility depending on the specific case and situation.
Page 7, lines 261 – 268 and Page 12, line 457
Mr. Lloyd noted language variables bouncing from “streets” to “roadways” in the
document, and in an effort to be consistent and eliminate any sense of redundancy, sought the City Council’s preference to use “roadway” in place of “streets.”
Without objection, staff was directed to do so if interchangeable in definitions.
Page 9, line 356
Item C (Bond), language was revised to strike “or owner” and change it to “or applicant.”
Page 9, line 365 (Title – Chapter 1103.021)
City Attorney Gaughan noted that this section had previously been stricken in its
entirety.
Page 11, Line 408 (Section G: Roadway Standards)
Mr. Lloyd noted previous City Council discussion for the provision about dimensional standards and how they applied to new and existing streets being rebuilt,
found confusion. Therefore, Mr. Lloyd suggested deleting “existing” in this case
to apply to all roadways.
Mayor Roe recalled this discussion and concern about references to standards applying to roadways, expressing his hope that the subdivision code was not the only place “roadways” were referred to and conclusions from those previous discussions to refer to meeting standards if existing roadways had to be reconstructed as
part of the subdivision process. Therefore, Mayor Roe suggested in line 410 after
“reconstructed,” adding additional language “… as a result of a subdivision.”
City Attorney Gaughan concurred with Mayor Roe’s recollection of that discussion, noting that he would support that since specificity was good in provisions
when drawing more clarity to them.
Further, City Attorney Gaughan questioned the need for the preface in line 408
“While not strictly pertinent to rights-of-way…” since this section was not strictly
pertinent to rights-of-way.
Mayor Roe agreed that the section seemed to be about the width of the road itself
and not pertinent to rights-of-way.
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Mr. Lloyd reviewed staff’s intent in that section with horizontal lines that may not
necessarily related to rights-of-way, but also advised that this section was the only
part of the subdivision code that addressed it with the earlier section (line 307) referring to roadway improvements for construction versus width and whether parking is allowed at a given width and whether permitted on one, both or neither side
of the street. Mr. Lloyd noted that there was an anomaly in the structure of this
part of the right-of-way code and lot design and therefore was preserved in code
and not relegated to the Public Works Design Standards Manual as many construction and development requirements had been. Mr. Lloyd opined that this information may prove helpful for a subdivision in planning ahead for what facilities are permitted in a right-of-way and provide guidance about its width accordingly, but not specifically speaking to the right-of-way standard itself.
Mayor Roe asked if it was not specified in another part of code when approving
plats, but not necessarily road widths.
Mr. Lloyd provided several examples, such as with a recent City Council approval
of a street width for a private road in a subdivision serving four lots and based on
there being no other on-street parking for some distance outside that plat.
Mayor Roe asked what constituted a plat and whether road width was part of that
or how they were otherwise linked and standards applied; questioning if there was
a link between a plat and a roadway width requirement.
Mr. Lloyd responded that if there was some perceived value in assessment of
street width and parking it may be better to locate that language earlier in the section of roadway improvements (e.g. lines 308-316) in keeping it in the subdivision
code versus in the Design Standards document.
Mayor Roe suggested if it is retained in the subdivision code, he wasn’t sure if it
needed to be rearranged tonight at the bench unless and until it was clear that a
roadway standards section was indicated.
City Attorney Gaughan opined that the first clause struck him as not the typical
clause seen in code, and suggested the additional of a new section (e.g. 1103.02.5:
Roadway Standards) so as not to link the rights-of-way and standalone design
standards. Therefore, Mr. Gaughan reiterated his suggestion that preface language in line 408 be struck “While not strictly pertinent to rights-of-way…” and
instead of Section G (in Chapter 1103.02.5) to reinstate Chapter 1103.02.1
(Roadway Standards).
Without objection, Mayor Roe also noted the need to strike “existing” from line
409.
Page 12, lines 449 and 468
Direction was provided to correct typographical errors, to remove the comma in
line 449 and to remove the hyphen in line 467.
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Page 13, line 496
Mr. Lloyd addressed a staff discussion with the city attorney addressing when
plans that were not amended for this to provide a standard way of accounting for
proposed changes, and to further clarify it with the additional language, “…as applicable at the time a plan is in effect at the time of application,”
While that was a staff discussion, City Attorney Gaughan opined that this may put
too fine of a point on it, and by acknowledging that comprehensive plans and other master plans were periodically amended or updated, suggested leaving the door
open for a more lengthy comprehensive process rather than adding that clarification.
Without objection, Mayor Roe directed staff to retain that ambiguity as suggested
by City Attorney Gaughan; using an example from the asphalt plant as a permitted use under a Conditional Use, and as a result of that application the City Council changed zoning code requirements for industrial properties.
Page 13, line 508
City Attorney Gaughan noted that the internal cross-reference should be Chapter
1102.05 rather than 1102.07.
As noted in the staff report detail, Mr. Lloyd noted ensuing discussion on whether
there was a better way to write this section related to park dedication amounts for
residential and other uses, opining that this rewrite failed to address all development possibilities, since there could be a mix of commercial and residential uses.
Mr. Lloyd suggested it may be prudent to begin to address this by the Parks &
Recreation Commission and department staff work through issues identified in
previous conversations as to amounts of land and/or fees, as well as if and when
to pro-rate park dedication fees for commercial and residential uses and treat each
development appropriately toward the city’s park system.
Mayor Roe recalled previous discussions to leave language as is until that bigger
discussion process was completed.
At the request of Councilmember McGehee, Mr. Lloyd advised that CMU districts had not been addressed during initial discussions and previous code
amendments.
Councilmember Etten asked Parks & Recreation Director Brokke to address staff
and commission discussions and where they were currently aligned as well as
those areas still up in the air at this point, stating that he wasn’t aware of a problem in this area.
Parks & Recreation Director Brokke stated that as of the last City Council discussion the thought was to make residential and non-residential at 10% and change
the fee schedule accordingly for cash in lieu of land dedications. However, given
questions and/or comments of the Planning Commission, Mr. Brokke advised that
a number of questions remained yet to be answered, and therefore until then, the
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recommendation had been to retain the language as currently written until that
bigger issue could be dealt with from a broader perspective. Mr. Brokke reported
that the Parks & Recreation Commission was only in the initial stages of that discussion and process at this time.
Councilmember Etten agreed with that given his notes for 10%; and offered his
ongoing support of it as long as the discussion ensued sooner rather than later.
Mr. Brokke agreed with the timing, advising that the initial discussion was related
to the cash versus land portion when this came up, with 10% seeming more consistent if both were addressed.
Mayor Roe referenced the LMC information included in the packet (Exhibit E appendix) and suggested the Commission and staff consider that step by step methodology which he had found very helpful.
Councilmember Etten agreed wholeheartedly, specifically Step 6 of that attachment that he found to connect things, while duly noting other ways for calculations in other steps, but providing a great process for the commission to review.
Mayor Roe noted the City Attorney’s recommendation for the Park Department’s
review of this area and to address other areas that may not be in line with state
statute.
Without objection, Mayor Roe directed staff to retain park dedication language as
currently provided in the subdivision code until those recommendations come
forward.
Page 14, Chapter 1004: Residential Districts (Title 10 – Zoning)
Mr. Lloyd reviewed minimum rear lot line length parameters and removal of dimension areas, with the last one moved to the Zoning Code table related to singlefamily properties for this calculation.
Councilmember McGehee stated her concern that 30’ was too narrow for the rear
lot line given the front yard requirements, indicating her preference for that rear
lot line length to exceed 30’.
Councilmember Laliberte noted her previous suggestion for it being half but not
less than the front footage.
Discussion ensued with staff providing numerous examples of materially different
dimensions and those preferred to be regulated out versus conventional scenarios
with street curvatures for radial properties. By concurrence, the City Council
agreed with Mr. Lloyd’s interpretation of the minimum width calculated at the
front setback line and minimum rear width then at a minimum lot depth line or
setback line at the rear.
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Specific to pie-shaped lots, Councilmember Willmus suggested that minimum lot
widths at the rear setback line may not preclude pie-shaped lots, but assured reasonable width with situating a home on the lot.
Mayor Roe sought consensus for allotting half of the front yard setback; with
Councilmember Etten opinion that half of the front could be too much and instead
suggested half the minimum width, with Councilmember Willmus concurring if
the result was based upon the minimum at the rear setback at half of the minimum
front width at that rear setback.
Mayor Roe suggested that 43’ may be easier for staff and developers to interpret.
Councilmember McGehee suggested 50’ instead of 43’ as the minimum setback
no matter the size of the front, providing a 50’ x 110’ lot allowing for a descent
building pad.
Without objection, the table was revised to allow 45’ for the minimum rear lot
line length.
With further discussion, and concern expressed by Mr. Lloyd that measuring at
the rear setback line could have significant impact; with Mayor Roe noting that
the rationale could also be used to build to the rear setback and still meet side yard
setbacks, with an actual buildable width of 75’.
Without objection, staff direction was confirmed at a minimum 45’ rear setback;
with the caveat that if implementation proved this wrong, it could be revised again
at that time.
Mayor Roe offered an opportunity for public comment at this time, with no one
appearing for or against.
Page 13, Section 1103.06: Park Dedication
Councilmember Etten sought a refresher on why plans and city policies excluded
references to the pathway master plan and striking “including, but not limited to,
those…” (line 494).
Mayor Roe recalled past discussion to revert to previous code language with
staff’s challenge being that there was no actual language to define that authority
in the paragraph with the heading stating “as a condition of approval.”
Mr. Lloyd advised that in working with the City Attorney on this section, while
recognizing the direction to revert back to current subdivision code language, it
was important to remain consistent with statutory language in identify plans referenced in taking advantage of that language for park dedication authorization and
how it was determined by the city, thus the language had been retained.
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Mayor Roe also noted that in the previous subdivision code reference was made at
the beginning to those three planning documents: Parks & Recreation System
Master Plan, Pathway Master Plan and the Comprehensive Plan.
City Attorney Gaughan advised that state law mandates that before city can even
collect any park dedication, it must have a park and open space plan in place, with
the parks and trails component outlined in the comprehensive plan inclusive of
that and therefore, his advice to have a more specific reference to the plans the
city has available in its comprehensive plan on which to base its park dedication.
Therefore, Mr. Gaughan advised that it was his suggestion to removed that “including, but not limited to, those…” language to avoid unlimited plans playing into it and allowing more specificity to what plans are already in place on which to
base that park dedication structure.
From his personal perspective, Mayor Roe stated that he had no problem referencing the Pathway Master Plan since the park dedication was still a City Council decision based on recommendations of the Parks & Recreation Commission, and
could still be referenced in code whether it was abided by or not since the state
statute refers to a trail plan.
Pages 3 – 4, lines 116 – 157 (Minor Plat) / Pages 4-5, lines 159 –229 (Major Plat)
Councilmember Etten noted some things not meeting requirements of a major
plat, referencing the criteria identified in line 116 and on for a minor plat. Specific to the example of the previous Gluek Lane lot split that triggered the park dedication piece, and need for a new source for water and sewer even though it didn’t
constitute a major plat, Councilmember Etten asked what happens in a similar situation with this revised language.
Mr. Lloyd advised that the Minor Plat option was for residents to work with when
all criteria were present in an application; while for a Major Plat an applicant
could address any criteria present from that list, even though there could be gaps
but with the intent to avoid such gaps.
At the request of Councilmember Etten, Mr. Lloyd confirmed that an open house
was set up for situations creating four or more lots; and noted an open house
would be required under zoning rules if associated with development of a plat or
any change to the comprehensive plan, as addressed in lined 165-167. Councilmember Etten suggested they be listed elsewhere under the developer open
house meeting section; with Mr. Lloyd advising that they may be elsewhere in the
subdivision code, but were also related to the zoning process itself.
Councilmember Willmus asked that this document be brought forward as a clean
and final copy based on tonight’s changes and discussion prior to its adoption.
Without objection, Mayor Roe directed staff to return with a final draft of the
subdivision ordinance at the July 10, 2017 City Council meeting for consideration
and subsequent approval.
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A. Purpose: Each new subdivision accepted by the City becomes a permanent unit in the basic
physical structure of the community and is one component of the City as a whole, as guided
by the Comprehensive Plan. All subdivisions of land lying within the incorporated limits of
the City shall in all respects fully comply with the regulations set forth in this Title.
B. Jurisdiction: Roseville has the authority to make certain regulations and requirements for the
subdivision of land within the City pursuant to the enabling legislation contained in
Minnesota Statutes chapters 412, 429, 462, 471, 505, and 508, which the City Council
deems necessary for the health, safety, general welfare, convenience, and good order of this
community.
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Boulevard: The property between the back of a curb (or the edge of the street, if there is no curb)
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Consolidation: The platting or replatting of two or more lots resulting in fewer lots of record, for
the transfer of ownership or building development. Where it is appropriate to the context, the
term relates either to the process of consolidating or to the land consolidated.
Easement: The grant of one or more of the property rights by the owner to, or for the use by, the
public, public utility, corporation, or another person or entity.
Emergency Vehicle: Any vehicle that is used for the preservation of the health, safety, and
welfare of the residents, property owners, visitors, workers, and property of Roseville.
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Lot: A tract of land of record, designated by metes and bounds, land survey, minor land division,
or plat, which is on file at the office of Ramsey County Recorder or Registrar of Titles.
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corporation, other lawful business entity, or a combination of any of the same, whether plural or
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a block or providing access within a block to be used by pedestrians, or cyclists, or both.
Plat: A drawing or map of a subdivision prepared for filing of record pursuant to Minnesota
Statutes Chapter 505 and containing all elements and requirements set forth in this Title.
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sewers, electric, gas, and water facilities, storm water drainage and holding areas or ponds, and
similar utilities and improvements.
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Subdivision: A described tract of land which is to be or has been divided into two or more lots,
any of which resultant lots is less than five acres in area, for the transfer of ownership, or
building development, or if a new street is involved, any division of a parcel of land. The term
includes resubdivision and where it is appropriate to the context, relates either to the process of
subdividing or to the land subdivided.
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1. Due regard shall be shown for all natural features such as tree growth, water courses,
historic locations, or similar conditions.
2. Conditions of Approval: The City may require such changes or revisions to any
proposal as deemed necessary for the health, safety, general welfare, and convenience
of the City. For Major Plats, the Planning Commission may also recommend to the
City Council such changes or revisions.
3. Flooding: No application will be approved for a site that is subject to periodic
flooding, or which contains inadequate drainage facilities, unless the owner agrees to
make improvements which meet the City’s storm water and drainage requirements.
4. Building Permit: No building permit shall be issued for the construction of any
building, structure, or improvement to the land or any lot within an approved
subdivision or consolidation until all requirements of this Title have been complied
with fully.
5. Occupancy Permit: No occupancy permit shall be granted for the use of any structure
within an approved subdivision or consolidation until required utility facilities have
been installed and made ready to service the property and roadways providing access
to the subject lot or lots have been constructed or are in the course of construction.
B. Platting Alternatives
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a. Common Wall Duplex Subdivision: This type of platting alternative shall be limited
to a common wall duplex minor subdivision of a parcel in any zoning district which
allows duplexes, along a common wall of the structure and common lot line of the
principle structure where the structure meets all required setbacks except the
common wall property line.
b. Recombination: This type of platting alternative transfers a parcel of land from one
lot of record to an abutting lot. This type of platting alternative creates no new lots or
streets. The proposed recombination shall not cause any portion of the existing lots,
parcels, or improvements thereon, to be in violation of this Title or Title 10 (Zoning)
of this Code.
c. Corrections: This type of platting alternative is intended to correct a survey or legal
description of a parcel or lot that has been found to be inadequate to describe the
actual boundaries. This type of platting alternative creates no new lots or streets. The
proposed correction shall not cause any portion of the existing lots, parcels, or
improvements thereon, to be in violation of this Title or Title 10 (Zoning) of this
Code.
2. Applications: The owner of property on which a platting alternative is proposed shall file an
application for approval of the platting alternative by paying the fee set forth in Chapter 314
of this Code and submitting a completed application form and supporting documents as set
forth on the application form. Complete applications shall be reviewed and acted upon by
the Development Review Committee, as established in Section 1002.06 of this Code.
3. Validation and Expiration: A platting alternative approval shall be validated by the applicant
through the filing of the approved platting alternative at the office of the Ramsey County
recorder or Registrar of Titles, as may be appropriate, within one year of the date of the
approval. Notwithstanding this time limitation, extensions of the time allowed for validation
of the approval may be granted; extension requests shall be submitted in writing to the
Community Development Department and shall identify the reason(s) why the extension is
necessary along with an anticipated timeline for validation of the approval. A platting
alternative approval shall automatically expire if the approval is not validated as described
herein.
C. Minor Plat
1. Purpose: The Minor Plat process may be used when all of the following criteria are present.
All other subdivision proposals that do not fall within the regulations listed herein shall be
submitted for the review by the Planning Commission and the approval of the City Council
in accordance with the Major Plat process established in this Chapter.
a. The proposal subdivides or consolidates existing lots of record resulting in three or
fewer lots.
b. The subject property is adequately served by public utilities and right-of-way, and no
further utility or right-of-way is necessary.
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c. The anticipated development on the lot or lots resulting from the proposed subdivision
or consolidation is supported by the Comprehensive Plan land use designation
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d. The existing or anticipated development on the lot or lots resulting from the proposed
subdivision or consolidation conforms, or is made to conform, to the zoning regulations
applicable to the subject property.
e. The proposed subdivision does not qualify for park dedication under the requirements
established in Section 1103.06 of this Title.
2. Applications: The owner of property on which a Minor Plat is proposed shall file an
application for approval of the plat by paying the fee set forth in Chapter 314 of this Code
and submitting a completed application form and supporting documents as set forth on the
application form. Required supporting documentation may include, but is not limited to, a
boundary survey, topographic survey, grading plan, storm water management plan, and tree
preservation plan. Complete applications shall be reviewed in a public hearing before, and
acted upon by, the City Council according to the process set forth in Chapter 108 of this
Code. Notwithstanding other restrictions, an application for Minor Plat approval shall not
be accepted if it represents the further subdivision or consolidation of a lot which, itself, is
the result of any subdivision or consolidation approved within five years preceding said
application.
3. Validation and Expiration: Adhering to Ramsey County’s Manual of Guidelines for
Subdivision Plats, a Minor Plat approval shall be validated by the owner through the filing
of the approved plat at the office of the Ramsey County Recorder within one year of the
date of the approval. Notwithstanding this time limitation, the City Council may approve
extensions of the time allowed for validation of the Minor Plat approval if requested in
writing; extension requests shall be submitted to the Community Development Department
and shall identify the reason(s) why the extension is necessary along with an anticipated
timeline for validation of the Minor Plat approval. A Minor Plat approval shall
automatically expire if the approval is not validated as described herein.
D. Major Plat
1. Purpose: The Major Plat process shall apply when any of the following criteria are present:
a. The proposal subdivides or consolidates existing lots of record resulting in four or
more lots.
b. The subject property is not adequately served by public utilities or right-of-way, and
further utility or street right-of-way is necessary.
c. The anticipated development on the lot or lots resulting from the proposed subdivision
or consolidation would require an amendment to the Comprehensive Plan land use
designation applicable to the subject property.
d. The existing or anticipated development on the lot or lots resulting from the proposed
subdivision or consolidation would require an amendment to the zoning designation
applicable to the subject property.
e. The proposed subdivision qualifies for park dedication under the requirements
established in Section 1103.06 of this Title.
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a. Purpose: Prior to submitting an application for a preliminary plat of 4 or more
lots/parcels, an applicant/owner shall hold an open house meeting with property
owners and renters in the vicinity of the potential development location in order to
provide a convenient forum for engaging community members in the development
process, to describe the proposal in detail, and to answer questions and solicit
feedback.
b. Applicant/Owner Responsibility: The owner shall be responsible for the following
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component of the Open House Form (application) or contact the Community
Development Department for additional information regarding the process.
3. Applications for Preliminary Approval: The owner of property on which a Major Plat is
proposed shall file an application for preliminary approval of the plat by paying the fee set
forth in Chapter 314 of this Code and submitting a completed application form and
supporting documents as set forth on the application form. Required supporting
documentation may include, but is not limited to, a boundary survey, topographic survey,
grading plan, storm water management plan, and tree preservation plan. Complete
applications shall be reviewed in a public hearing before the Planning Commission and
acted upon by the City Council according to the process set forth in Chapter 108 of this
Code, except that City Council action shall occur within 120 days of the submission of a
completed application.
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4. Validation and Expiration of Preliminary Approval: Preliminary approval of a Major Plat
shall be validated by the owner through application for final approval of the plat of the
proposed subdivision within six months of the date of said preliminary approval.
Notwithstanding this time limitation, the City Council may approve extensions of the time
allowed for validation of the preliminary approval if requested in writing; extension requests
shall be submitted to the Community Development Department and shall identify the
reason(s) why the extension is necessary along with an anticipated timeline for validation of
the preliminary approval. Preliminary approval of a Major Plat shall automatically expire if
the approval is not validated as described herein.
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a. Applications: The owner of property on which final approval of a Major Plat is
requested shall file an application by paying the fee set forth in Chapter 314 of this
Code and submitting a completed application form and supporting documents as set
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forth on the application form. Required supporting documentation may include, but is
not limited to, a Development Agreement as described in Section 1102.05 of this
Chapter. The City Council shall act upon an application for final approval of a Major
Plat within 60 days of the submission of a completed application.
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b. Required Changes Incorporated: The final plat shall have incorporated all changes or
modifications required by the City Council in the preliminary approval of the Major
Plat and shall otherwise be substantially the same as said plat.
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6. Validation and Expiration of Final Approval: Adhering to Ramsey County’s Manual of
Guidelines for Subdivision Plats, final approval of a Major Plat shall be validated by the
owner through the filing of the approved plat at the office of the Ramsey County Recorder
within one year of the date of said final approval. Notwithstanding this time limitation, the
City Council may approve extensions of the time allowed for validation of the final approval
if requested in writing; extension requests shall be submitted to the Community Development
Department and shall identify the reason(s) why the extension is necessary along with an
anticipated timeline for validation of the final approval. Final approval of a Major Plat shall
automatically expire if the approval is not validated as described herein.
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The refusal to approve a plat or platting alternative shall be set forth in the proceedings of the
City Council and reported to the owner. If approval of a proposal is so denied, an application
for approval of substantially the same plat or platting alternative on the same property shall
not be accepted within one year of the date of said denial.
1102:02: Variances
A. Purpose: Regulations pertaining to the process of subdividing or consolidating land and to
the characteristics of the resulting lots are established in Title 11 (Subdivisions) and Title 10
(Zoning) of this Code. There are occasions, however, where it may be appropriate to vary the
regulations as they apply to specific properties where an unusual hardship on the land exists,
pursuant to Minnesota Statute 462.358 Subd. 6.
B. Applications: The owner of property on which a variance is proposed shall file an application
for approval of the variance by paying the fee set forth in Chapter 314 of this Code and
submitting a completed application form and supporting documents as set forth on the
application form. Complete applications shall be reviewed in a public hearing according to
the process set forth in Chapter 108 of this Code. If a proposed variance is denied, an
application for substantially the same variance on the same property shall not be accepted
within one year of the date of the denial.
C. Approval: The City may impose conditions in the granting of variances. A condition must be
directly related to, and must bear a rough proportionality to, the impact created by the
variance. In order to approve a requested variance, the Planning Commission may
recommend, and the City Council shall adopt, findings pertaining to the following specific
grounds:
1. The proposal is consistent with the Comprehensive Plan.
2. The proposal is in harmony with the purposes and intent of the zoning and subdivision
ordinances.
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1102.03: Acceptance of Roadways
A. Approval of Plat or Annexation into City Not Considered Acceptance: If any plat or
subdivision contains public roadways which are dedicated as such, whether located within
the corporate limits of the City or outside the corporate limits or contains existing streets
roadways outside of said corporate limits, the approval of the plat by the City Council or the
subsequent annexation of the property to the City shall not constitute an acceptance by the
City of such roadways, nor the improvements constructed or installed in such subdivision,
irrespective of any act or acts by an officer, agent, or employee of the City with respect to
such streets roadways or improvements.
B. Acceptance by Resolution of City Council: The acceptance of such roadways shall be made
only by the approval of a resolution by the City Council after there has been filed, with the
City Manager, a certificate by the Public Works Director. The certificate shall indicate that
all improvements required to be constructed or installed in or upon such roadways in
connection with the approval of the plat of subdivision by the City Council have been fully
completed and approved by the Public Works Director, or a cash deposit or bond is on file to
ensure the installation of such required improvements. However, if it appears to the City
Council that a public local improvement will be constructed in any such roadway within a
reasonable foreseeable time, the City Council, upon the recommendation of the Public Works
Director may, by resolution, temporarily accept such roadway for maintenance by the City,
and defer the completion of the roadway by the owner until such local improvement has been
constructed.
1102.04: Required Improvements
No final approval of a plat shall be granted by the City Council without first receiving a report
signed by the Public Works Director certifying that the following improvements described in the
owner's preliminary plans and specifications meet the minimum requirements of all ordinances
in the City, and that they comply with the requirements of the Public Works Design Standards
manual;
A. Sewers
1. Sanitary Sewers: Sanitary sewers shall be installed to serve all properties in the
subdivision where a connection to the City sanitary sewer system is available or where
detailed plans and specifications for sanitary sewers to serve the subdivision are
available.
2. Storm Sewers: Storm sewers shall be constructed to serve all properties in the subdivision
where a connection to the City storm sewer system is available or where detailed plans
and specifications for storm sewers to serve the subdivision are available. Where
drainage swales are necessary, the soil therein shall be stabilized in accordance with
applicable standards.
3. Development Area Grading and Drainage Plan: The developer shall submit a grading and
drainage plan for the entire area of anticipated development within the plat, indicating the
elevation of proposed houses, surrounding ground, and the direction of flow. The
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developer shall not deviate from this plan without first obtaining written acceptance from
the Public Works Director of such changes.
B. Water Supply: Where a connection to the City water system is presently available, water
distribution facilities including pipe fittings, hydrants, valves, etc., shall be installed to serve
all properties within the subdivision.
C. Right-Ofof-Way Grading: The full width of the right-of-way shall be graded, including the
subgrade of the areas to be paved.
D. Roadway Improvements: The following standards shall apply to all City and private
roadways, when newly constructed or reconstructed, as a result of plat approval. All local
residential roadways shall be constructed in conformance with the Public Works Design
Standards manual.
1. All roadways shall be paved, with curb and gutter, in conformance with standards for the
applicable functional classification.
2. Pathways shall be constructed in accordance with the Pathways Master Plan and the
applicable standards of the Public Works Department along the width of a development
site abutting any roadway of functional classification Collector or greater.
3. Storm water inlets and necessary culverts shall be provided within the roadway
improvement at points specified by the Public Works Department.
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4. All unpaved portions of boulevards and medians within the dedicated right-of-way area
shall be graded and the soil therein stabilized in accordance with applicable standards.
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a. To ensure adequate access for emergency vehicles, no roadway shall be
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Parking Restrictions: For roadways with functional classification of Collector or
greater, on-street parking shall be reviewed by the Public Works Department.
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1. All new electric distribution lines (excluding main line feeders and high voltage
transmission lines), telephone service lines and services constructed within the confines
of and providing service to customers in a newly platted residential area shall be buried
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dedicated public ways. The placement of transformer boxes and other above ground
facilities shall be reviewed and approved by the City Engineer.
2. The City Council may waive the requirements of underground services as set forth in
subsection 1 above if, after study and recommendation by the Planning Commission, the
City Council establishes that such underground utilities would not be compatible with
the planned development, or unusual topography, soil, or other physical conditions make
underground installation unreasonable or impractical.
1102.05: Arrangements for Improvements
A. Development Agreement: Prior to the acceptance of the final plat, the owner shall enter into a
development agreement with the City.
1. In conjunction with this contract, the owner shall deposit with the Public Works
Director either a cash deposit or a corporate surety performance bond, approved as to
form by the City Attorney, in an amount equal to one and one-half (1 1/2) times the
Public Works Director's estimated cost of said improvements. This bond shall also
have a clause which guarantees said improvements for a period of one year after
acceptance by the City of said improvements. In lieu of this clause, a separate one
year maintenance bond approved as to form by the City Attorney, shall be submitted
to the Public Works Director upon acceptance of said improvements by the City
Council. Upon receipt of this maintenance bond the performance bond may be
released.
2. Where park dedication is required pursuant to Section 1103.06 of this Title, the
development agreement will identify the amount of land, or cash contribution, or
combination of land and cash contribution determined necessary to satisfy the park
dedication requirement. The development agreement will also specify the time and
manner such required dedication is to be made.
B. Improvements: All such improvements shall be made in accordance with the plans and
specifications prepared by a Minnesota licensed engineer and approved by the Public Works
Director, and in accordance with applicable City standards and requirements.
C. Bond: The owner shall deposit with the Public Works Director cash or an approved
indemnity bond to cover all expenses incurred by the City for engineering, legal fees, and
other incidental expenses in connection with the making of said improvements listed in
Section 1102.04. In the event of a cash deposit, any balance remaining shall be refunded to
the owner or owner applicant after payment of all costs and expenses to the City have been
paid.
D. Street Roadway Access to Improved Lots Required: It is not the intent of this Section to
require the owner to develop the entire plat, at the same time making and to make all the
required improvements, at the same time,. but However, building permits will not be granted
for development of lots without except as to lots having access to streets roadways on which
the required improvements have been made or arranged for by cash deposit or bond as herein
provided.
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New roadways and related pathways shall comply to a master street plan that is based on the
City’s Comprehensive Plan and Pathways Master Plan to promote a safe, efficient, sustainable,
and connected network for all users and modes.
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A. Width: All rights-of-way shall conform to the following minimum dimensions corresponding
to the functional classifications of the roadways therein.
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B. Horizontal Lines: Where horizontal right-of-way lines within a block deflect from each other
at any one point more than 10° there shall be a connecting curve. Center line horizontal
curvatures shall conform to the following minimum radii corresponding to the functional
classifications of the roadways therein.
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C. Tangents: Tangents at least 50 feet long shall be introduced between reverse curves on
Collector rights-of-way.
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D. Center Line Gradients: All center line gradients shall be at least 0.5% and shall not exceed
the following gradients corresponding to the functional classifications of the roadways
therein.
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E. Jogs: Right-of-way jogs with center line offsets of less than 125 feet shall be prohibited.
F. Cul-De-Sacs: If there is not a looped road system provided and a proposed right-of-way is
greater than 200 feet in length, an approved turnaround shall be constructed.
1. Length: Cul-de-sacs shall be a maximum length of 500 feet, measured along the
center line from the intersection of origin to the end of right-of-way.
2. Standard Design: The standard cul-de-sac shall have a terminus of nearly circular
shape with a standard diameter of 120 feet.
G. Roadway Standards: While not strictly pertinent to rights-of-way, per se, the following
minimum dimensional standards shall apply to all existing City and private roadways when
newly constructed or reconstructed. All local residential roadways shall be constructed in
conformance with the Public Works Design Standards manual. In cases where the specified
width is impractical, the City Council may reduce this dimension, as outlined in the City
street width policy. However, for purposes of emergency vehicle access, no roadway shall
be constructed to a width less than 24 feet.
1. Parking Prohibition by Roadway Width: For roadways with functional classification
of Collector or greater, on-street parking shall be reviewed by the Public Works
Department. For Local and Marginal Access roadways, "No Parking" signs shall be
installed in accordance to the following:
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1103.03: Easements
A. Easements at least a total of 10 feet wide, centered on interior lot lines, and abutting rightsof-way or roadway easements, shall be provided for drainage and utilities, where the City
Engineer determines they are necessary.
B. Where a subdivision is traversed by a water course, drainage way, channel, or stream,
drainage and utility easements shall be provided that conform substantially with the lines of
such water courses, together with such further width, or construction, or both as will be
adequate for the storm water drainage of the area.
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C. All drainage easements shall be so identified on the plat and soils therein shall be graded and
stabilized in accordance with applicable standards.
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D. Pathways: Pathway easements shall be at least 20 feet wide
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A. Blocks over nine hundred (900) feet long shall require pathway easements at their
approximate centers. The use of additional pathway easements connecting to schools, parks,
or other destinations may be required by the City Council.
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B. Blocks shall be shaped so that all blocks fit readily into the overall plan of the subdivision, the
neighborhood, and the City, and must consider lot planning, traffic flow, and public open
space areas.
C. Blocks intended for commercial, institutional, and industrial use must be designated as such
and the plat must show adequate off-street areas to provide for parking, loading docks, and
such other facilities that may be required to accommodate motor vehicles.
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D. Where a subdivision abuts a railroad or limited access highway right-of-way, a Marginal
Access right-of-way may be required to provide access to abutting properties and to allow for
appropriate screening of the highway or railway.
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A. The minimum lot dimensions in all subdivisions shall be those of the applicable zoning
standards as established in Title 10 of this Code, or of the intended zoning district if the
subdivision is in conjunction with a zoning change, in addition to any requirements herein
defined.
B. Additional Standards for Lots for Single-Family Detached Residences: The shapes of new
lots shall be appropriate for their location and suitable for residential development. Lots with
simple, regular shapes are considered most appropriate and suitable for residential
development.
1. Lots which are appropriate for their location and suitable for residential development
often have:
a. Side lot lines that are approximately perpendicular or radial to the front lot line(s)
of the parcel(s) being subdivided, or
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being subdivided, or
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lines(s) and approximately parallel to the side lot line(s) of the parcel(s) being
subdivided.
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2. It is acknowledged; however, that property boundaries represent the limits of property
ownership, and existing boundaries that have complex or unusual alignments are not
easily changed. Subdivisions of such irregularly- shaped parcels may be considered, but
the shapes of proposed new lots might be found to be too irregular, and consequently,
applications can be denied for failing to conform adequately to the purposes for which
simple, regular parcel shapes are considered most appropriate and suitable for
residential development.
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strip of land, which fails to conform to the minimum required lot width, as defined
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flag pole, and which is located behind the neighboring parcel.
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4. Through Lots: Where lots abut rights-of-way at the front and back, vehicular and
pedestrian access to the lots shall be gained from the roadway of lower functional
classification.
5. Where new principal structures are constructed on lots contiguous to roadways with
functional classification of Minor Arterial or greater, driveways servicing such lots
shall be designed and constructed to provide a vehicle turnaround facility within the lot.
6. Where new single-family residential lots are created on a new street, the driveway cut
for the new lot must be placed within the new street.
1103.06: Park Dedication
A. Authority: Minnesota Statutes 462.358, subdivisions 2b and 2c permits the City to require
dedication of park land, or cash in lieu of land, as part of the subdivision process in order to
fulfill its plans for recreational facilities and open spaces. The City Council, at its
discretion, will determine whether park dedication is required in the form of land, cash
contribution, or a combination of cash and land. To properly use this authority, the City
will base its determination on existing development, the need created by the proposed
development, and the plans and policies of the City embodied by the Parks and Recreation
System Master Plan, Pathways Master Plan, and Comprehensive Plan.
B. Condition to Approval: Park dedication will be required as a condition to the approval of
any subdivision of land involving one acre or more and resulting in a net increase of
development sites. The Parks and Recreation Commission shall recommend, in
accordance with Statute and after consulting the approved plans and policies noted
herein, either a portion of land to be dedicated to the public, or in lieu thereof, a cash
deposit given to the City to be used for park purposes, or a combination of land and cash
deposit.
C. Park Dedication Amount: The portion of land to be dedicated in all residentially zoned
areas shall be 10% and 5% in all other areas. Park dedication fees shall be reviewed and
determined annually by City Council resolution and established in the fee schedule in
Chapter 314 of this Code, and the fee shall be paid as part of the Development Agreement
required in Section 1102.07 05 of this Title.
D. Utility Dedications Not Qualified: Land dedicated for required street right-of-way or
utilities, including drainage, does not qualify as park dedication.
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interior side yard setback by the Community Development Department upon the determination by
the Public Works Director that the right-of-way is likely to remain undeveloped.
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ORDINANCE NO. ____
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AN ORDINANCE AMENDING TITLE 11, SUBDIVISIONS, OF THE CITY CODE
ELIMINATING AND/OR REPLACING IN THEIR ENTIRETY SECTIONS 1101 (GENERAL
PROVISIONS), 1102 (PLAT PROCEDURES), 1103 (DESIGN STANDARDS), AND 1104
(ADMINISTRATION AND ENFORCEMENT), AND AMENDING TITLE 10, ZONING, OF
THE CITY CODE, TO UPDATE A DIMENSIONAL STANDARD FOR RESIDENTIAL LOTS
The City Council of the City of Roseville does ordain:
Section 1. Subdivision Ordinance Amended. The Roseville City Code, Tile 11
(Subdivisions), 1101 (General Provisions), 1102 (Plat Procedures), 1103 (Design Standards), and 1104
(Administration and Enforcement) are hereby amended by eliminating, clarifying, revising, and
relocating requirements to new Chapters in the Subdivision Ordinance. The purpose of these
amendments is to effect a comprehensive technical update to the requirements and procedures for
processing subdivision proposals. After Planning Commission and City Council consideration of
Project File 0042, the following Subdivision Ordinance Chapters are established: 1101 (General
Provisions), 1102 (Procedures), and 1103 (Design Standards):
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A. Purpose: Because each new subdivision accepted by the City becomes a permanent unit
in the basic physical structure of the future community and to which the future
community will of necessity be forced to adhere, and further because piecemeal
planning of subdivisions will bring a disastrous, disconnected patchwork of pattern and
poor circulation of traffic unless its design and arrangement is correlated to a proposed
master plan study aiming at a unified scheme of community interests; all subdivisions
of land lying within the incorporated limits of the City shall in all respects fully comply
with the regulations set forth in this Title.
B. Jurisdiction: It is the purpose of this Title to make certain regulations and requirements
for the platting of land within the City pursuant to the authority contained in Minnesota
Statutes chapters 412, 429, 471, 505 and 508, which regulations the City Council deems
necessary for the health, safety, general welfare, convenience and good order of this
community. (Ord. 358, 2-5-1962)
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For the purpose of this Title, certain words and terms are defined as follows:
ALLEY: A public right of way which affords a secondary means of access to abutting
property. (Ord. 215, 7-5-1956)
BOULEVARD: The portion of the street right of way between the curb line and the property
line. (1990 Code)
BUILDING SETBACK LINE: A line within a lot or other parcel of land so designated on
the plat of the proposed subdivision between which and the adjacent boundary of the street
upon which the lot abuts the erection of an enclosed structure or fence or portion thereof is
prohibited.
COLLECTOR STREET: A street which carries traffic from minor streets of residence
development and the principal circulating streets within such a development.
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN: The composite of the functional and geographic elements of
the Comprehensive Plan, or any segment thereof, in the form of plans, maps, charts and
textual material as adopted by the City.
CUL-DE-SAC: A short minor street having one open end and being permanently terminated
at the other by a vehicular turnaround.
DESIGN STANDARDS: The specifications to landowners or subdividers for the
preparation of preliminary plans indicating, among other things, the optimum, minimum or
maximum dimensions of such features as right of way and blocks as set forth in Chapter
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EASEMENT: A grant by a property owner for the use of a strip of land by the public or any
person for a specific purpose or purposes. (Ord. 216, 7-5-1956; amd. 1995 Code)
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utilities. Property located between property lines of a platted public street. (Ord. 1167, 7-873
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Necessary Data for Preliminary Plat
Requirements Governing Approval of Preliminary Plat
Necessary Data for Final Plat
Acceptance of Streets
Required Land Improvements
Arrangements for Improvements
Except as provided in Section 1104.04 of this Title, before dividing any tract of land into
two or more lots or parcels, the owner or subdivider shall submit a preliminary plat of the
subdivision for the approval of the Planning Commission and the Council in the following
manner:
A. Sketch Plan:
1. Contents of Plans: Subdividers shall prepare, for review with the Planning
Commission staff, subdivision sketch plans which shall contain the following
information: tract boundaries, north point, streets on and adjacent to the tract,
significant topographical and physical features, proposed general street layout and
proposed general lot layout.
2. Informal Consideration: Such sketch plans will be considered as submitted for
informal and confidential discussion between the subdivider and the Community
Development staff. Submission of a subdivision sketch plan shall not constitute formal
filing of a plat with the Commission.
3. Modifications: As far as may be practical on the basis of a sketch plan, the
Community Development staff will informally advise the subdivider as promptly as
possible of the extent to which the proposed subdivision conforms to the design
standards of this Title and will discuss possible plan modifications necessary to secure
conformance. (1990 Code; 1995 Code)
B. Developer Open House Meeting
1. Purpose: Prior to submitting an application for a Preliminary Plat of 4 or more
lots/parcels, an applicant shall hold an open house meeting with property owners in
the vicinity of the potential development location in order to provide a convenient
forum for engaging community members in the development process, to describe the
proposal in detail, and to answer questions and solicit feedback.
2. Timing: The open house shall be held not less than 15 days and not more than 45
days prior to the submission of an application for approval of a preliminary plat and
shall be held on a weekday evening beginning between 6:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. and
ending by 10:00 p.m.
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3. Location: The open house shall be held at a public location (not a private residence)
in or near the neighborhood affected by the proposal, and (in the case of a parcel
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meeting space is not available the applicant shall arrange for the meeting to be held
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4. Invitations: The applicant shall prepare a printed invitation identifying the date, time,
place, and purpose of the open house and shall mail the invitation to the recipients in
a list prepared and provided in electronic format by Community Development
Department staff. The recipients will include property owners within the public
hearing notification area established in Chapter 108 of the City Code, members of
the Planning Commission and City Council, and other community members who
have registered to receive the invitations. The invitation shall clearly identify the
name, phone number, and email address of the host of the open house to be contacted
by invitees who have questions but are unable to attend the open house. The
invitations shall also include a sentence that is substantially the same as the
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This open house meeting is an important source of feedback from nearby property
owners and is a required step in the process of seeking City approval for the
proposed preliminary plat. A summary of the comments and questions raised at the
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5. Summary: A written summary of the open house shall be submitted as a necessary
component of a preliminary plat. The summary shall include a list of potential
issues/concerns and any possible mitigations or resolutions for resolving the issue(s)
and/or concern(s). Citizens are also encouraged to submit their own summary of the
meeting highlighting concerns/issues and any mitigations and resolutions. It is
encouraged that a list (name and address) of attendees be kept and submitted with
open house summary.
C. Submission; Filing: Four copies of the preliminary plat shall be filed with the
Community Development Director prior to the regular Planning Commission meeting
at which the plat is to be considered, together with the filing fee and an abstractor’s
certified property certificate showing the property owners within 500 feet of the outer
boundary of proposed subdivision. (Ord. 1357, 1-14-2008)
D. Action by Planning Staff: Prior to the meeting of the Planning Commission at which the
preliminary plat is to be considered, the Community Development Director and Public
Works Director shall examine the plat for compliance with this and other ordinances of
the City, and submit a written report to the Commission. (1990 Code; 1995 Code)
E. Hearing by Planning Commission:
1. Hearing on the Preliminary Plat: The Planning Commission shall hold a public
hearing on the preliminary plat in accordance with the procedure set forth in Chapter
108 of this Code.
2. Report of The Planning Commission: Within ten days after the completion of the
hearing, the Planning Commission shall make a report concerning the preliminary plat
unless the Planning Commission requests additional time as set forth in Chapter 108 of
this Code.
F. Action By The City Council: (on preliminary plats)
1. The recommendation of the Planning Commission on the preliminary plat shall be
considered by the City Council, and the City Council shall approve or disapprove the
plan within 120 days after the application was accepted as complete or such date as
extended by the applicant or City Council. If the City Council shall disapprove said
preliminary plat, the grounds for any such refusal shall be set forth in the proceedings of
the City Council and reported to the person or persons applying for such approval. (Ord.
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2. Approval of the preliminary plat shall not be construed to be approval of the final
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1. Final Plat Submission: The owner or subdivider shall submit the final plat of a
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proposed subdivision not later than six months after the date of approval of the
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preliminary plat; otherwise, the preliminary plat will be considered void unless an
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extension is requested in writing by the subdivider and granted by the City Council. The
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owner or subdivider shall also submit with the final plat an up to date certified abstract
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of title or registered property report and such other evidence as the City Attorney may
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require showing title or control in the applicant. (Ord. 1176, 11-25-1996) (Ord. 1296,
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2. Required Changes Incorporated: The final plat shall have incorporated all changes or
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modifications required by the City Council; in all other respects it shall conform to the
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preliminary plat. It may constitute only that portion of the approved preliminary plat
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which the subdivider proposes to record and develop at the time, provided that such
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portion conforms with all the requirements of this Title. (1990 Code; 1995 Code) (Ord.
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within 60 days of the submission of a completed application. The refusal to approve the
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plat shall be set forth in the proceedings of the City Council and reported to the person
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or persons applying for such approval. If the final plat is approved, the subdivider shall
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record said plat with the County Recorder within one year after the date of approval and
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prior to the issuance of any building permit; otherwise, the approval of the final plat
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shall be considered void. (1990 Code; 1995 Code) (Ord. 1296, 10-20-, 2003) (Ord.
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1102.02: NECESSARY DATA FOR PRELIMINARY PLAT:
In addition to the data prescribed by the law of the State of Minnesota, the preliminary plan
shall include the following data:
A. Identification and Description:
1. Proposed name of subdivision, which name shall not duplicate the name of any plat
previously recorded in the County.
2. Location by township, section, town or range or by other legal description.
3. Names and addresses of the owner or subdivider having control of the lands included
in said plan, the designer of the plan and the surveyor.
4. Graphic (engineering) scale not less than one (1) inch to one hundred (100) feet.
5. North point (designated as true north).
6. Date of preparation.
B. Existing Conditions:
1. Boundary line of proposed subdivision clearly indicated.
2. Existing zoning classification.
3. Total approximate acreage in said plan.
4. Location, widths and names of all existing or previously platted streets or other
public ways showing type of improvement, if any, railroad and utility rights of way,
parks and other public open spaces, permanent buildings and structures, easements and
section and corporate lines within the tract and to a distance of one hundred (100) feet
beyond the tract.
5. Location and size of existing sewers, water mains, culverts or other underground
facilities within the tract and to a distance of one hundred (100) feet beyond the tract.
Such data as grades, invert elevations and location of catch basins, manholes and
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6. Boundary lines of adjoining unsubdivided or subdivided land within one hundred
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7. Topographic data including contours at vertical intervals of not more than two (2)
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feet, except that contour lines shall be no more than one hundred (100) feet apart. Water
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courses, marshes, rock outcrops and other significant features also shall be shown.
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1. Layout of streets showing right-of-way widths and names of streets. The name of any
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street previously used in the City or its environs shall not be used, unless the proposed
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street is an extension of an already named street in which event the name shall be used.
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2. Location and widths of alleys, pedestrian ways and utility easements.
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3. Typical cross-sections of streets and alleys, together with an indication of the
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4. Approximate center line gradients of streets and alleys, if any.
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5. Location, size and approximate gradient of sewer lines.
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6. Layout, numbers and typical dimensions of lots to the nearest foot.
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7. Minimum front and side street building setback lines indicating dimensions of same.
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8. Areas, other than streets, alleys, pedestrian ways and utility easements, intended to be
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A. Recommendations by Planning Commission: The Planning Commission may
recommend and the City Council may require such changes or revisions as the City
Council deems necessary for the health, safety, general welfare and convenience of the
City.
B. Tentative Approval: The approval of a preliminary plat by the Planning Commission
and the City Council is tentative only involving merely the general acceptability of the
layout as submitted.
C. Subsequent Approval: Subsequent approval will be required of the engineering
proposals pertaining to water supply, storm drainage, sewerage and sewage disposal,
gas and electric service, grading, gradients and roadway widths and the surfacing of
streets by the Public Works Director and other public officials having jurisdiction prior
to the approval of the final plat by the City.
D. Flooding; Poor Drainage: No plat will be approved for a subdivision which is subject to
periodic flooding, or which contains poor drainage facilities and which would make
adequate drainage of the streets and lots impossible. However, if the subdivider agrees
to make improvements which will, in the opinion of the Public Works Director, make
the area completely safe for residential occupancy and provide adequate street and lot
drainage, the preliminary plat of the subdivision may be approved. (Ord. 216, 7-5-56)
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1102.04: NECESSARY DATA FOR FINAL PLAT:
A. General: All information, except topographic data and zoning classification required on
the preliminary plat shall be accurately shown.
B. Additional Delineation:
1. Accurate angular and lineal dimensions for all lines, angles and curvatures used to
describe boundaries, streets, alleys, easements, areas to be reserved for public use and
other important features. Lot lines to show dimensions in feet and hundredths.
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3. True angles and distances to the nearest established street lines or official monuments
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(not less than 3), which shall be accurately described in the plat.
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4. Municipal, township, county or section lines accurately tied to the lines of the
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subdivision by distances and angles.
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5. Radii, internal angles, points and curvatures, tangent bearings and lengths of all arcs.
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6. Accurate location of all monuments, which shall be concrete six inches by six inches
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by thirty inches (6" x 6" x 30") with iron pipe cast in center. Permanent stone or
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concrete monuments shall be set at each corner or angle on the outside boundary. Pipes
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or steel rods shall be placed at the corners of each lot and at each intersection of street
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center lines. All U.S., State, County or other official benchmarks, monuments or
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triangulation stations in or adjacent to the property shall be preserved in precise
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7. Accurate outlines, legal descriptions of any areas to be dedicated or reserved for
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public use or for the exclusive use of property owners within the subdivision with the
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8. Certification by a registered land surveyor to the effect that the plat represents a
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survey made by such surveyor and that monuments and markers shown thereon exist as
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located and that all dimensional and geodetic details are correct.
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9. Notarized certification by owner and by any mortgage holder of record of the
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adoption of the plat and the dedication of streets and other public areas.
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10. Certifications showing that all taxes and special assessments due on the property to
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be subdivided have been paid in full.
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11. Approval by signature of City, County and State officials concerned with the
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specifications of utility installations. (Ord. 216, 7-5-56)
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13. Form for approval by County authorities as required. (Ord. 245, 5-10-58)
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1102.05: ACCEPTANCE OF STREETS:
A. Approval of Plat or Annexation into City not Considered Acceptance: If any plat or
subdivision contains public streets or thoroughfares which are dedicated as such,
whether located within the corporate limits of the City or outside the corporate limits or
contains existing streets outside of said corporate limits, the approval of the plat by the
City Council or the subsequent annexation of the property to the City shall not
constitute an acceptance by the City of such streets or thoroughfares, nor the
improvements constructed or installed in such subdivision, irrespective of any act or
acts by an officer, agent or employee of the City with respect to such streets or
improvements.
B. Acceptance by Resolution of City Council: The acceptance of such streets or
thoroughfares shall be made only by the approval of a resolution by the City Council
after there has been filed, with the City Manager, a certificate by the Public Works
Director. The certificate shall indicate that all improvements required to be constructed
or installed in or upon such streets or thoroughfares in connection with the approval of
the plat of subdivision by the City Council have been fully completed and approved by
the Public Works Director, or a cash deposit or bond is on file to ensure the installation
of such required improvements. However, if it appears to the City Council that a public
local improvement will be constructed in any such street or thoroughfare within a
reasonable foreseeable time, the City Council, upon the recommendation of the Public
Works Director may, by resolution, temporarily accept such street or thoroughfare for
the purpose of maintenance by the City, and defer the completion of the street or
thoroughfare by the developer until such local improvement has been constructed. (Ord.
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the Public Works Director certifying that the improvements described in the subdivider's
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preliminary plans and specifications meet the minimum requirements of all ordinances in the
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City, and that they comply with the following: (Ord. 373, 5-28-62; amd. 1995 Code)
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1. Sanitary Sewers: Sanitary sewers shall be installed to serve all properties in the
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subdivision where a connection to the City sanitary sewer system is available or where
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detailed plans and specifications for sanitary sewers to serve the subdivision are
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2. Storm Sewers: Storm sewers shall be constructed to serve all properties in the
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subdivision where a connection to the City storm sewer system is available or where
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detailed plans and specifications for storm sewers to serve the subdivision are available.
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indicating the elevation of proposed houses, surrounding ground and the direction of
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flow. The developer will adhere to this plan, and the developer shall obtain prior written
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acceptance from the Public Works Director before any changes can be made.
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4. City Participation in Cost: Where sewer mains are larger than required to serve the
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subdivision as delineated in the preliminary plan, the City may elect to participate in the
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cost of such sewer mains.
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B. Water Supply: Where a connection to the City water system is presently available,
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water distribution facilities including pipe fittings, hydrants, valves, etc., shall be
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installed to serve all properties within the subdivision. Water mains shall be a minimum
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of six inches in diameter and where larger mains are required to serve future growth, the
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shall be required and shall conform to the City Master Plan.
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C. Street Grading: The full width of the right of way shall be graded, including the
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subgrade of the areas to be paved, in accordance with the plans approved by the Public
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Works Director and in accordance with the applicable requirements for street
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construction of the City. (Ord. 216, 7-5-56)
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the projected 20 year traffic volumes and consistent with street width policy adopted by
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2. All pavements shall be constructed in accordance with the provisions of applicable
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3. Concrete curbs and gutters on all streets within the subdivision shall be constructed in
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accordance with applicable requirements of the City.
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4. In congested traffic areas or in areas where the City Council deems necessary for the
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health, safety and general welfare of this community, sidewalks, to a width of not less
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than five feet and constructed of Portland cement concrete, shall be required.
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5. Storm water inlets and necessary culverts shall be provided within the roadway
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improvement at points specified by the Public Works Director.
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7. All parkways within the dedicated street area shall be graded and sodded in an
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approved manner. (Ord. 216, 7-5-56; amd. 1995 Code) (Ord.1358, 1-28-2008)
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1. One tree having a trunk diameter (measured 12 inches above ground) of not less than
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2 ½ inches shall be planted in a naturalistic way in the front yard of each lot in the
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subdivision, except that corner lots shall have 2 trees. They shall be accepted by the
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City only after one growing season as a live and healthy plant. Trees shall not be
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2. Driveways must be constructed of pavement approved by the Public Works Director.
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Each driveway shall be graded within the dedicated area to fit the boulevard section,
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and shall be a minimum of 12 feet in width in the boulevard area (excluding radii). The
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construction shall conform to City requirements, and the grade of the driveway shall
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conform to the requirements of the State Building Code.
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3. The entire boulevard area, except driveways, shall be sodded with a good quality
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constructed according to specifications approved by the Public Works Director. (1995
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1. All new electric distribution lines (excluding main line feeders and high voltage
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transmission lines), telephone service lines and services constructed within the confines
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of and providing service to customers in a newly platted residential area shall be buried
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underground. Such lines, conduits or cables shall be placed within easements or
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dedicated public ways in a manner which will not conflict with other underground
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services. Transformer boxes shall be located so as not to be hazardous to the public.
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2. The City Council may waive the requirements of underground services as set forth in
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subsections 1 and 2 above if, after study and recommendation by the Planning
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compatible with the planned development or unusual topography, soil or other physical
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conditions make underground installation unreasonable or impractical. (Ord. 598, 5-26407
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A. Contract for Development: Prior to the acceptance of the final plat, the owner or
subdivider shall enter into a contract for development of new subdivisions with the
City. In conjunction with this contract, the owner or subdivider shall deposit with the
Public Works Director either a cash deposit or a corporate surety performance bond,
approved as to form by the City Attorney, in an amount equal to one and one-half (1
1/2) times the Public Works Director's estimated cost of said improvements or one and
one-fourth (1 1/4) times the actual bid. This bond shall also have a clause which
guarantees said improvements for a period of one year after acceptance by the City of
said improvements. In lieu of this clause, a separate one year maintenance bond
approved as to form by the City Attorney, shall be submitted to the Public Works
Director upon acceptance of said improvements by the City Council. Upon receipt of
this maintenance bond the performance bond may be released.
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B. Improvements: All such improvements shall be made in accordance with the plans and
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Public Works Director and in accordance with applicable City standards and
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C. Bond: The owner or subdivider shall deposit with the Public Works Director cash or an
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approved indemnity bond to cover all expenses incurred by the City for engineering,
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legal fees and other incidental expenses in connection with the making of said
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improvements listed in Section 1102.06. In the event of a cash deposit, any balance
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remaining shall be refunded to the owner or subdivider after payment of all costs and
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the owner or subdivider to develop the entire plat at the same time making all the
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required improvements, but building permits will not be granted except as to lots having
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access to streets on which the required improvements have been made or arranged for
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CHAPTER 1103
DESIGN STANDARDS
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The arrangement, character, extent, width, grade and location of all streets shall conform to
the Comprehensive Plan, the approved standard street sections, and plates of applicable
chapters, and shall be considered in their relation to existing and planned streets, to
reasonable circulation of traffic, to topographical conditions, to runoff of storm water, to
public convenience and safety and in their appropriate relation to the proposed uses of the
area to be served. (Ord. 216, 7-5-1956)
1103.01:
1103.02:
1103.021:
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1103.07:
Street Plan
Streets
Minimum Roadway Standards
Alleys and Pedestrianways
Easements
Block Standards
Lot Standards
Park Dedication
1103.02: STREETS:
A. Right of Way: All rights of way shall conform to the following minimum dimensions:
Collector streets
66 feet
Local streets
60 feet
Marginal access streets
50 feet
(1995 Code)
B. Horizontal Street Lines: Where horizontal street lines within a block deflect from each
other at any one point more than 10° there shall be a connecting curve. Minimum center
line horizontal curvatures shall be:
Collector streets
300 feet
Minor streets
150 feet
C. Tangents: Tangents at least 50 feet long shall be introduced between reverse curves on
collector streets.
D. Center Line Gradients: All center line gradients shall be at least 0.5% and shall not
exceed on:
Collector streets
4%
Minor streets
6%
E. Connecting Street Gradients: Different connecting street gradients shall be connected
with vertical parabolic curves. Minimum length, in feet, of these curves, shall be 15
times the algebraic difference in the percent of grade of the two adjacent slopes. For
minor streets, the minimum length shall be 7 ½ times the algebraic difference in the
percent of grade of the two adjacent slopes.
F. Minor Streets: Minor streets shall be so aligned that their use by through traffic will be
discouraged.
G. Street Jogs: Street jogs with center line offsets of less than 125 feet shall be prohibited.
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encourage safe and efficient traffic flow.
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I. Alleys: Alleys are not permitted in residential areas unless deemed necessary by the City
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Council.
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J. Half Streets: Half streets shall be prohibited. Wherever a half street is adjacent to a tract
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to be subdivided, the other half of the street shall be platted within such tract. In cases
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where the entire right of way has been dedicated to the public but the property of the
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owner and subdivider is located on one side of such street, the owner and subdivider
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shall be required to grade the entire street in accordance with the plans to be approved by
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the Public Works Director under the provisions of Section 1102.07, but the owner and
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subdivider shall only be required to deposit payment for one-half of the Public Works
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Director's estimated costs of the improvements required under this Title. Building
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permits shall be denied for lots on the side of the street where the property is owned by
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persons who have not entered into an agreement with the City for the installation of the
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improvements required under this Chapter.
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K. Reserved Strips: Reserved strips controlling access to streets are prohibited. (Ord. 216,
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1103.021: MINIMUM ROADWAY STANDARDS:
The following minimum dimensional standards shall apply to all existing City and private
roadways when newly constructed or reconstructed. All local residential streets must be
constructed to a width of 32 feet from the face of curb to face of curb. In cases where this
width is impractical, the City Council may reduce this dimension, as outlined in the City
street width policy. However, for purposes of emergency vehicle access, no street shall be
constructed to a width less than 24 feet. In order to preserve the minimum clear width,
parking must be restricted according to subsection A of this Section.
A. Signage Requirements: "No parking" signs shall be installed in accordance to the
following:
32 feet
Parking permitted on both sides of the street (no signs needed).
26-32 feet
No parking on one side of the street (signs on one side).
24-26 feet
No parking on both sides of the street (signs on both sides).
B. Right-Of-Way Width: For City streets, the right of way shall be in accordance with
Section 1103.02 of this Chapter. County Roads must comply with the Ramsey County
right-of-way plan.
State highways must comply with the Minnesota State Highway Department right-ofway plans.
C. Cul-De-Sacs: If there is not a looped road system provided and the street is greater than
200 feet in length, an approved turnaround shall be constructed.
1. Length: Cul-de-sacs shall be a maximum length of 500 feet, measured along the
center line from the intersection of origin to the end of right-of-way.
2. Right-Of-Way: Cul-de-sac right-of-way shall extend at least 10 feet outside of the
proposed back of curb.
3. Standard Design: The standard cul-de-sac shall have a terminus of nearly circular
shape with a standard diameter of 100 feet.
4. Alternatives to the Standard Design: An alternative to the standard design, to
accommodate unusual conditions, may be considered by the Public Works Director and
shall be brought to the City Council for approval based on the Public Works Director’s
recommendation.
5. Islands: As an option, a landscaped island may be constructed in a cul-de-sac
terminus. A minimum clear distance of 24 feet shall be required between the island and
the outer curb. No physical barriers which would impede the movement of emergency
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sac terminus with a landscaped island unless reviewed and recommended for
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approval by the Fire Marshal. (Ord. 1358, 1-28-2008)
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A. Alleys: Where permitted by the City Council, alley rights of way shall be at least
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(20) feet wide in residential areas and at least twenty four (24) feet wide in
commercial areas. The City Council may require alleys in commercial areas where
adequate off- street loading space is not available.
B. Pedestrianways: Pedestrian rights of way shall be at least twenty (20) feet wide.
(Ord. 216, 7-5-1956; amd. 1995 Code)
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A. Easements at least a total of twelve (12) feet wide, centered on rear and side yard lot
lines, shall be provided for drainage and utilities where necessary. They shall have
continuity of alignment from block to block, and at deflection points easements for
pole line anchors shall be provided.
B. Where a subdivision is traversed by a water course, drainage way, channel or stream,
there shall be provided a storm water easement or drainage right of way conforming
substantially with the lines of such water courses, together with such further width or
construction or both as will be adequate for the storm water drainage of the area.
(Ord. 216, 7-5-1956)
C. All drainage easements shall be so identified on the plat and shall be graded and
sodded in accordance with Section 1102.06. (1990 Code)
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A. The maximum length of blocks shall be one thousand eight hundred (1,800)
feet. Blocks over nine hundred (900) feet long may require pedestrianways at
their approximate centers. The use of additional access ways to schools, parks
or other destinations may be required by the City Council.
B. Blocks shall be shaped so that all blocks fit readily into the overall plan of the
subdivision and their design must evidence consideration of lot planning, traffic
flow and public open space areas.
C. Blocks intended for commercial, institutional and industrial use must be designated
as such and the plan must show adequate off-street areas to provide for parking,
loading docks and such other facilities that may be required to accommodate motor
vehicles.
D. Where a subdivision borders upon a railroad or limited access highway right of way, a
street may be required approximately parallel to, and at a distance suitable for, the
appropriate use of the intervening land as for park purposes in residential districts or
for parking, commercial or industrial purposes in appropriate districts. Such distances
shall be determined with due regard for the requirements of approach grades and
possible features grade separations. (Ord. 216, 7-5-1956)
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B.
The minimum lot dimensions in subdivisions designed for single-family
detached dwelling developments shall be those of the underlying zoning district
as defined in Title 10 of this Code, or of the intended zoning district if the
subdivision is in conjunction with a zoning change, in addition to any
requirements herein defined.
The minimum dimensions at the rear lot line of any lot shall be thirty (30) feet.
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D. Streets.
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1. Public Streets: See Section 1103.021.
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2. Private Streets: Private streets may be allowed by the Council in its
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discretion provided they meet the following conditions:
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a. Are not gated or otherwise restrict the flow of traffic;
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b. Demonstrate a legal mechanism will be in place to fund seasonal and
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ongoing maintenance; and
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c. Meet the minimum design standards for private roadways as set forward in
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Section 1103.021.
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E. The shapes of new lots shall be appropriate for their location and suitable for
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residential development. Lots with simple, regular shapes are considered most
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appropriate and suitable for residential development because the locations of the
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boundaries of such lots are easier to understand than the boundaries of lots with
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complex, irregular shapes, and because they ensure greater flexibility in situating
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and designing homes for the new lots.
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Lots which are appropriate for their location and suitable for residential
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development often have:
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a. side lot lines that are approximately perpendicular or radial to front the lot
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line(s) of the parcel(s) being subdivided, or
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b. side lot lines that are approximately parallel to the side lot line(s) of the
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parcel(s) being subdivided, or
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c. side lot lines that are both approximately perpendicular or radial to the front lot
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line(s) and approximately parallel to the side lot line(s) of the parcel(s) being
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subdivided.
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2. It is acknowledged, however, that property boundaries represent the limits of
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property ownership, and subdivision applicants often cannot change those
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boundaries to make them more regular if the boundaries have complex or unusual
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alignments. Subdivisions of such irregularly-shaped parcels may be considered,
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but the shapes of proposed new lots might be found to be too irregular, and
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consequently, applications can be denied for failing to conform adequately to the
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purposes for which simple, regular parcel shapes are considered most appropriate
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and suitable for residential development.
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3. Flag lots, which abut a street with a relatively narrow strip of land (i.e., the
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“flag pole”) that passes beside a neighboring parcel and have the bulk of land area
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(i.e., the “flag”) located behind that neighboring parcel, are not permitted, because
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the flag pole does not meet the required minimum lot width according to the
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standard measurement procedure
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F. Double frontage lots shall not be permitted, except:
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1. Where lots back upon a thoroughfare, in which case vehicular and pedestrian
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access between the lots and the thoroughfare shall be prohibited, and (Ord. 216, 7-5625
1956)
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2. Where topographic or other conditions render subdividing otherwise unreasonable.
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Such double frontage lots shall have an additional depth of at least twenty (20) feet
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greater than the minimum in order to allow space for a protective screen planting
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along the back lot line and also in such instances vehicular and pedestrian access
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between lots and the thoroughfare shall be prohibited. (Ord. 245, 5-10-1958)
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G. Lots abutting upon a water course, drainage way, channel or stream shall have
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an additional depth or width as required to assure house sites that meet
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H. In the subdividing of any land, due regard shall be shown for all natural features such
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as tree growth, water courses, historic spots or similar conditions which, if preserved,
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will add attractiveness and value to the proposed development. (Ord. 216, 7-5-1956;
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I. Where new principal structures are constructed on lots contiguous to roadways
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designed as major thoroughfares in the City's Comprehensive Plan, driveways
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servicing
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such lots shall be designed and constructed so as to provide a vehicle turnaround
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facility within the lot. (Ord. 993, 2-10-1986)
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J. Where new single-family residential lots are created on a new street, the driveway
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cut for the new lot must be placed within the new street. (Ord. 1359, 1-28-2008)
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A. Condition to Approval: As a condition to the approval of any subdivision of land in
any zone, including the granting of a variance pursuant to Section 1104.04 of this
Title, when a new building site is created in excess of one acre, by either platting or
minor subdivision, and including redevelopment and approval of planned unit
developments, the subdivision shall be reviewed by the Park and Recreation
Commission. The Commission shall recommend either a portion of land to be
dedicated to the public for use as a park as provided by Minnesota Statutes 462.358,
subdivision (2)(b), or in lieu thereof, a cash deposit given to the City to be used for
park purposes; or a combination of land and cash deposit, all as hereafter set forth.
B. Amount to be Dedicated: The portion to be dedicated in all residentially zoned areas
shall be 10% and 5% in all other areas.
C. Utility Dedications Not Qualified: Land dedicated for required street right of way or
utilities, including drainage, does not qualify as park dedication.
D. Payment in lieu of dedication in all zones in the city where park dedication is deemed
inappropriate by the City, the owner and the City shall agree to have the owner deposit
a sum of money in lieu of a dedication. The sum shall be reviewed and determined
annually by the City Council by resolution. (Ord. 1061, 6-26-1989)
E. Park Dedication Fees may, in the City Council’s sole discretion, be reduced for
affordable housing units as recommended by the Housing and Redevelopment
Authority for the City of Roseville.
(Ord. 1278, 02/24/03)
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CHAPTER 1104
ADMINISTRATION AND ENFORCEMENT
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All required land improvements to be installed under the provisions of this Title shall be
inspected during the course of construction by the Public Works Director. Salaries and all
costs pursuant to such inspection shall be paid by the owner or subdivider in the manner
provided in Section 1102.07 of this Title. (Ord. 216, 7-5-1956; 1990 Code)
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1104.02: BUILDING PERMIT:
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No building permit shall be issued for the construction of any building, structure or
improvement to the land or any lot within a subdivision as defined herein which has been
approved for platting until all requirements of this Title have been complied with fully.
(Ord. 216, 7-5-1956; 1990 Code)
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No occupancy permit shall be granted for the use of any structure within a subdivision
approved for platting or replatting until required utility facilities have been installed and
made ready to service the property and roadways providing access to the subject lot or lots
have been constructed or are in the course of construction and are suitable for car traffic.
(Ord. 216, 7-5-1956; 1990 Code)
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1104.01:
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1104.06:
Inspection at Subdivider’s Expense
Building Permit
Occupancy Permit
Platting Alternatives (Ord. 1395, 9-13-2010)
Variances
Record of Plats
The following processes may be utilized, within the parameters set forth therein, as
alternatives to the plat procedures established in Chapter 1102 (Ord. 1395, 9-13-2010):
A. Common Wall Duplex Subdivision: A common wall duplex minor subdivision may be
approved by the City Manager upon recommendation of the Community Development
Director. The owner shall file with the Community Development Director three copies
of a certificate of survey prepared by a registered land surveyor showing the parcel or
lot, the proposed division, all building and other structures or pavement locations and a
statement that each unit of the duplex has separate utility connections. This type of
minor subdivision shall be limited to a common wall duplex minor subdivision of a
parcel in an R-2 District or other zoning district which allows duplexes, along a
common wall of the structure and common lot line of the principle structure where the
structure meets all required setbacks except the common wall property line. Within 60
days after approval by the City Manager, the applicant for the common wall duplex
minor subdivision shall record the subdivision and the certificate of survey with the
Ramsey County Recorder. Failure to record the subdivision within 60 days shall nullify
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B. Recombination: to divide one recorded lot or parcel in order to permit the adding of a
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parcel of land to an abutting lot and create two buildable parcels, the proposed
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subdivision, in sketch plan form, shall be submitted to the City Council for approval.
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No hearing or Planning Commission review is necessary unless the proposal is referred
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to the commission by the Community Development Director for clarification. The
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proposed recombination shall not cause any portion of the existing lots or parcels to be
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in violation of this regulation or the zoning code. Within 30 days after approval by the
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City Council, the applicant shall supply a certificate of survey to the Community
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Development Director and City Manager for review and approval. After completion of
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the review and approval by the Community Development Director and City Manager,
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the survey shall be recorded by the applicant with the Ramsey County Recorder within
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60 days after approval by the City Manager.
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C. Consolidations: The owner of two or more contiguous parcels or lots of record may,
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subject to Community Development Director and City Manager approval, consolidate
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said parcels or lots into one parcel of record by recording the consolidation with
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Ramsey County Recorder as a certificate of survey showing same, within 60 days of
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approval. No hearing is necessary unless the proposal is appealed by the applicant to the
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City Council. The proposed parcels shall not cause any portion of the existing lots,
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parcels, or existing buildings to be in violation of this regulation or the zoning code.
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D. Corrections: When a survey or description of a parcel or lot has been found to be
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inadequate to describe the actual boundaries, approval of a corrective subdivision may
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be requested. This type of subdivision creates no new lots or streets. The proposed
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corrective subdivision, in sketch plan form, along with a letter signed by all affected
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owners agreeing to the new subdivision, shall be submitted to the City Council for
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approval. No hearing or Planning Commission review is necessary unless the proposal
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is referred to the Commission by the Community Development Director for
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clarification. The proposed parcels shall not cause any portion of the existing lots,
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parcels, or existing buildings to be in violation of this regulation or the zoning code. A
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certificate of survey illustrating the corrected boundaries shall be required on all
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parcels. Within 30 days after approval by the City Council, the applicant shall supply
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the final survey to the Community Development Director and City Manager for review
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and approval. After completion of the review and approval by the Community
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Development Director and City Manager, the survey shall be recorded by the applicant
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with the Ramsey County Recorder within 60 days. Failure to record the subdivision
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within 60 days shall nullify the approval of the subdivision.
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E. Three Parcel Minor Subdivision: When a subdivision creates a total of three or fewer
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parcels, situated in an area where public utilities and street rights of way to serve the
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proposed parcels already exist in accordance with City codes, and no further utility or
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street extensions are necessary, and the new parcels meet or exceed the size
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requirements of the zoning code, the applicant may apply for a minor subdivision
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approval. The proposed subdivision, in sketch plan form, shall be submitted to the City
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Council at a public hearing with notice provided to all property owners within 500 feet.
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The proposed parcels shall not cause any portion of the existing lots, parcels, or existing
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buildings to be in violation of this regulation or the zoning code. Within 30 days after
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approval by the City Council, the applicant shall supply the final survey to the
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Community Development Director for review and approval. A certificate of survey
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shall be required on all proposed parcels. After completion of the review and approval
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by the City Manager, the survey shall be recorded by the applicant with the Ramsey
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County Recorder within 60 days. Failure to record the subdivision within 60 days shall
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nullify the approval of the subdivision. (Ord. 1171, 9-23-1996) (Ord. 1357, 1-14-2008)
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A. Hardship: Where there is undue hardship in carrying out the strict letter of the
provisions of this Code, the City Council shall have the power, in a specific case and
after notice and public hearings, to vary any such provision in harmony with the general
purpose and intent thereof and may impose such additional conditions as it considers
necessary so that the public health, safety and general welfare may be secured and
substantial justice done.
B. Procedure For Variances: Any owner of land may file an application for a variance by
paying the fee set forth in section 1015.03 of this title, providing a completed
application and supporting documents as set forth in the standard community
development department application form, and by providing the city with an abstractor's
certified property certificate showing the property owners within three hundred fifty
feet (350') of the outer boundaries of the parcel of land on which the variance is
requested. The application shall then be heard by the variance board or planning
commission upon the same published notice, mailing notice and hearing procedure as
set forth in chapter 108 of this code. (Ord. 1359, 1-28-2008)
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All such plats of subdivisions after the same have been submitted and approved as provided
in this Title shall be filed and kept by the City Manager among the records of the City. (Ord.
216, 7-5-1956)
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Section 2. Zoning Ordinance Amended. The Roseville City Code, Tile 10 (Zoning), is
hereby amended by inserting a provision, formerly established in the Subdivision Ordinance, into Table
1004-3 (LDR-1 District Dimensional Standards):
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CHAPTER 1101: GENERAL PROVISIONS
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1101.01: Purpose and Jurisdiction
A. Purpose: Each new subdivision accepted by the City becomes a permanent unit in the basic
physical structure of the community and is one component of the City as a whole, as guided
by the Comprehensive Plan. All subdivisions of land lying within the incorporated limits of
the City shall in all respects fully comply with the regulations set forth in this Title.
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B. Jurisdiction: Roseville has the authority to make certain regulations and requirements for the
subdivision of land within the City pursuant to the enabling legislation contained in
Minnesota Statutes chapters 412, 429, 462, 471, 505, and 508, which the City Council
deems necessary for the health, safety, general welfare, convenience, and good order of this
community.
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For the purpose of this Title, certain words and terms are defined as follows.
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Boulevard: The property between the back of a curb (or the edge of the street, if there is no curb)
and the adjacent right-of-way line.
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Consolidation: The platting or replatting of two or more lots resulting in fewer lots of record, for
the transfer of ownership or building development. Where it is appropriate to the context, the
term relates either to the process of consolidating or to the land consolidated.
Easement: The grant of one or more of the property rights by the owner to, or for the use by, the
public, public utility, corporation, or another person or entity.
Emergency Vehicle: Any vehicle that is used for the preservation of the health, safety, and
welfare of the residents, property owners, visitors, workers, and property of Roseville.
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Lot: A tract of land of record, designated by metes and bounds, land survey, minor land division,
or plat, which is on file at the office of Ramsey County Recorder or Registrar of Titles.
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Median: The property between the backs of curbs of separated travel lanes.
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Owner: A person, partnership, association, public or quasi-public corporation, private
corporation, other lawful business entity, or a combination of any of the same, whether plural or
singular.
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Parcel: All or part of a lot or multiple lots.
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Pathway: A public or private trail, footpath, pedestrian path, bike lane, or similar facility, across
a block or providing access within a block to be used by pedestrians, or cyclists, or both.
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Plat: A drawing or map of a subdivision prepared for filing of record pursuant to Minnesota
Statutes Chapter 505 and containing all elements and requirements set forth in this Title.
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Right-Of-Way (R.O.W.): Land dedicated to the public or preserved for public use as roadways,
sewers, electric, gas, and water facilities, storm water drainage and holding areas or ponds, and
similar utilities and improvements.
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Roadway: A paved public or private street, avenue, highway, road, boulevard, lane, or similar
facility, which affords primary access to abutting properties.
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Subdivision: A described tract of land which is to be or has been divided into two or more lots,
any of which resultant lots is less than five acres in area, for the transfer of ownership, or
building development, or if a new street is involved, any division of a parcel of land. The term
includes resubdivision and where it is appropriate to the context, relates either to the process of
subdividing or to the land subdivided.
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CHAPTER 1102: PROCEDURES
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1102.01: Plats
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1102.02: Variances
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1102.03: Acceptance of Roadways
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1102.01: Plats:
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Any subdivision or consolidation of land shall adhere to the platting procedures established
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A. Requirements Governing Approval of a Subdivision or Consolidation
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1. Due regard shall be shown for all natural features such as tree growth, water courses,
historic locations, or similar conditions.
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2. Conditions of Approval: The City may require such changes or revisions to any
proposal as deemed necessary for the health, safety, general welfare, and convenience
of the City. For Major Plats, the Planning Commission may also recommend to the
City Council such changes or revisions.
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3. Flooding: No application will be approved for a site that is subject to periodic
flooding, or which contains inadequate drainage facilities, unless the owner agrees to
make improvements which meet the City’s storm water and drainage requirements.
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4. Building Permit: No building permit shall be issued for the construction of any
building, structure, or improvement to the land or any lot within an approved
subdivision or consolidation until all requirements of this Title have been complied
with fully.
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5. Occupancy Permit: No occupancy permit shall be granted for the use of any structure
within an approved subdivision or consolidation until required utility facilities have
been installed and made ready to service the property and roadways providing access
to the subject lot or lots have been constructed or are in the course of construction.
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1. The following processes are alternatives to the plat procedures established in this Chapter.
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a. Common Wall Duplex Subdivision: This type of platting alternative shall be limited
to a common wall duplex minor subdivision of a parcel in any zoning district which
allows duplexes, along a common wall of the structure and common lot line of the
principle structure where the structure meets all required setbacks except the
common wall property line.
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b. Recombination: This type of platting alternative transfers a parcel of land from one
lot of record to an abutting lot. This type of platting alternative creates no new lots or
streets. The proposed recombination shall not cause any portion of the existing lots,
parcels, or improvements thereon, to be in violation of this Title or Title 10 (Zoning)
of this Code.
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c. Corrections: This type of platting alternative is intended to correct a survey or legal
description of a parcel or lot that has been found to be inadequate to describe the
actual boundaries. This type of platting alternative creates no new lots or streets. The
proposed correction shall not cause any portion of the existing lots, parcels, or
improvements thereon, to be in violation of this Title or Title 10 (Zoning) of this
Code.
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2. Applications: The owner of property on which a platting alternative is proposed shall file an
application for approval of the platting alternative by paying the fee set forth in Chapter 314
of this Code and submitting a completed application form and supporting documents as set
forth on the application form. Complete applications shall be reviewed and acted upon by
the Development Review Committee, as established in Section 1002.06 of this Code.
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3. Validation and Expiration: A platting alternative approval shall be validated by the applicant
through the filing of the approved platting alternative at the office of the Ramsey County
recorder or Registrar of Titles, as may be appropriate, within one year of the date of the
approval. Notwithstanding this time limitation, extensions of the time allowed for validation
of the approval may be granted; extension requests shall be submitted in writing to the
Community Development Department and shall identify the reason(s) why the extension is
necessary along with an anticipated timeline for validation of the approval. A platting
alternative approval shall automatically expire if the approval is not validated as described
herein.
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C. Minor Plat
1. Purpose: The Minor Plat process may be used when all of the following criteria are present.
All other subdivision proposals that do not fall within the regulations listed herein shall be
submitted for the review by the Planning Commission and the approval of the City Council
in accordance with the Major Plat process established in this Chapter.
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a. The proposal subdivides or consolidates existing lots of record resulting in three or
fewer lots.
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b. The subject property is adequately served by public utilities and right-of-way, and no
further utility or right-of-way is necessary.
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c. The anticipated development on the lot or lots resulting from the proposed subdivision
or consolidation is supported by the Comprehensive Plan land use designation
applicable to the subject property.
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d. The existing or anticipated development on the lot or lots resulting from the proposed
subdivision or consolidation conforms, or is made to conform, to the zoning regulations
applicable to the subject property.
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e. The proposed subdivision does not qualify for park dedication under the requirements
established in Section 1103.06 of this Title.
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2. Applications: The owner of property on which a Minor Plat is proposed shall file an
application for approval of the plat by paying the fee set forth in Chapter 314 of this Code
and submitting a completed application form and supporting documents as set forth on the
application form. Required supporting documentation may include, but is not limited to, a
boundary survey, topographic survey, grading plan, storm water management plan, and tree
preservation plan. Complete applications shall be reviewed in a public hearing before, and
acted upon by, the City Council according to the process set forth in Chapter 108 of this
Code. Notwithstanding other restrictions, an application for Minor Plat approval shall not
be accepted if it represents the further subdivision or consolidation of a lot which, itself, is
the result of any subdivision or consolidation approved within five years preceding said
application.
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3. Validation and Expiration: Adhering to Ramsey County’s Manual of Guidelines for
Subdivision Plats, a Minor Plat approval shall be validated by the owner through the filing
of the approved plat at the office of the Ramsey County Recorder within one year of the
date of the approval. Notwithstanding this time limitation, the City Council may approve
extensions of the time allowed for validation of the Minor Plat approval if requested in
writing; extension requests shall be submitted to the Community Development Department
and shall identify the reason(s) why the extension is necessary along with an anticipated
timeline for validation of the Minor Plat approval. A Minor Plat approval shall
automatically expire if the approval is not validated as described herein.
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1. Purpose: The Major Plat process shall apply when any of the following criteria are present:
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a. The proposal subdivides or consolidates existing lots of record resulting in four or
more lots.
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b. The subject property is not adequately served by public utilities or right-of-way, and
further utility or street right-of-way is necessary.
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c. The anticipated development on the lot or lots resulting from the proposed subdivision
or consolidation would require an amendment to the Comprehensive Plan land use
designation applicable to the subject property.
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d. The existing or anticipated development on the lot or lots resulting from the proposed
subdivision or consolidation would require an amendment to the zoning designation
applicable to the subject property.
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e. The proposed subdivision qualifies for park dedication under the requirements
established in Section 1103.06 of this Title.
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2. Developer Open House Meeting
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a. Purpose: Prior to submitting an application for a preliminary plat of 4 or more
lots/parcels, an applicant/owner shall hold an open house meeting with property
owners and renters in the vicinity of the potential development location in order to
provide a convenient forum for engaging community members in the development
process, to describe the proposal in detail, and to answer questions and solicit
feedback.
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b. Applicant/Owner Responsibility: The owner shall be responsible for the following
items:
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Completed Open House Form (application)
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Payment of application fee and escrow deposit set forth in Chapter 314 of this
Code
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Provision of applicable information regarding the project/request
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Determined the open house location, date, and time
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Required submittal of open house summary upon conclusion of meeting
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c. General: Applicant/Owner shall refer to the Open House Meeting Policy that is a
component of the Open House Form (application) or contact the Community
Development Department for additional information regarding the process.
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3. Applications for Preliminary Approval: The owner of property on which a Major Plat is
proposed shall file an application for preliminary approval of the plat by paying the fee set
forth in Chapter 314 of this Code and submitting a completed application form and
supporting documents as set forth on the application form. Required supporting
documentation may include, but is not limited to, a boundary survey, topographic survey,
grading plan, storm water management plan, and tree preservation plan. Complete
applications shall be reviewed in a public hearing before the Planning Commission and
acted upon by the City Council according to the process set forth in Chapter 108 of this
Code, except that City Council action shall occur within 120 days of the submission of a
completed application.
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4. Validation and Expiration of Preliminary Approval: Preliminary approval of a Major Plat
shall be validated by the owner through application for final approval of the plat of the
proposed subdivision within six months of the date of said preliminary approval.
Notwithstanding this time limitation, the City Council may approve extensions of the time
allowed for validation of the preliminary approval if requested in writing; extension requests
shall be submitted to the Community Development Department and shall identify the
reason(s) why the extension is necessary along with an anticipated timeline for validation of
the preliminary approval. Preliminary approval of a Major Plat shall automatically expire if
the approval is not validated as described herein.
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5. Application for Final Approval
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a. Applications: The owner of property on which final approval of a Major Plat is
requested shall file an application by paying the fee set forth in Chapter 314 of this
Code and submitting a completed application form and supporting documents as set
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forth on the application form. Required supporting documentation may include, but is
not limited to, a Development Agreement as described in Section 1102.05 of this
Chapter. The City Council shall act upon an application for final approval of a Major
Plat within 60 days of the submission of a completed application.
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b. Required Changes Incorporated: The final plat shall have incorporated all changes or
modifications required by the City Council in the preliminary approval of the Major
Plat and shall otherwise be substantially the same as said plat.
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6. Validation and Expiration of Final Approval: Adhering to Ramsey County’s Manual of
Guidelines for Subdivision Plats, final approval of a Major Plat shall be validated by the
owner through the filing of the approved plat at the office of the Ramsey County Recorder
within one year of the date of said final approval. Notwithstanding this time limitation, the
City Council may approve extensions of the time allowed for validation of the final approval
if requested in writing; extension requests shall be submitted to the Community Development
Department and shall identify the reason(s) why the extension is necessary along with an
anticipated timeline for validation of the final approval. Final approval of a Major Plat shall
automatically expire if the approval is not validated as described herein.
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E. Refusal to Approve
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The refusal to approve a plat or platting alternative shall be set forth in the proceedings of the
City Council and reported to the owner. If approval of a proposal is so denied, an application
for approval of substantially the same plat or platting alternative on the same property shall
not be accepted within one year of the date of said denial.
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1102:02: Variances
A. Purpose: Regulations pertaining to the process of subdividing or consolidating land and to
the characteristics of the resulting lots are established in Title 11 (Subdivisions) and Title 10
(Zoning) of this Code. There are occasions, however, where it may be appropriate to vary the
regulations as they apply to specific properties where an unusual hardship on the land exists,
pursuant to Minnesota Statute 462.358 Subd. 6.
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B. Applications: The owner of property on which a variance is proposed shall file an application
for approval of the variance by paying the fee set forth in Chapter 314 of this Code and
submitting a completed application form and supporting documents as set forth on the
application form. Complete applications shall be reviewed in a public hearing according to
the process set forth in Chapter 108 of this Code. If a proposed variance is denied, an
application for substantially the same variance on the same property shall not be accepted
within one year of the date of the denial.
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C. Approval: The City may impose conditions in the granting of variances. A condition must be
directly related to, and must bear a rough proportionality to, the impact created by the
variance. In order to approve a requested variance, the Planning Commission may
recommend, and the City Council shall adopt, findings pertaining to the following specific
grounds:
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1. The proposal is consistent with the Comprehensive Plan.
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2. The proposal is in harmony with the purposes and intent of the zoning and subdivision
ordinances.
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3. An unusual hardship on the land exists.
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4. The variance, if granted, will not alter the essential character of the locality.
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1102.03: Acceptance of Roadways
A. Approval of Plat or Annexation into City Not Considered Acceptance: If any plat or
subdivision contains public roadways which are dedicated as such, whether located within
the corporate limits of the City or outside the corporate limits or contains existing roadways
outside of said corporate limits, the approval of the plat by the City Council or the subsequent
annexation of the property to the City shall not constitute an acceptance by the City of such
roadways, nor the improvements constructed or installed in such subdivision, irrespective of
any act or acts by an officer, agent, or employee of the City with respect to such roadways or
improvements.
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B. Acceptance by Resolution of City Council: The acceptance of such roadways shall be made
only by the approval of a resolution by the City Council after there has been filed, with the
City Manager, a certificate by the Public Works Director. The certificate shall indicate that
all improvements required to be constructed or installed in or upon such roadways in
connection with the approval of the plat of subdivision by the City Council have been fully
completed and approved by the Public Works Director, or a cash deposit or bond is on file to
ensure the installation of such required improvements. However, if it appears to the City
Council that a public local improvement will be constructed in any such roadway within a
reasonable foreseeable time, the City Council, upon the recommendation of the Public Works
Director may, by resolution, temporarily accept such roadway for maintenance by the City,
and defer the completion of the roadway by the owner until such local improvement has been
constructed.
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No final approval of a plat shall be granted by the City Council without first receiving a report
signed by the Public Works Director certifying that the following improvements described in the
owner's preliminary plans and specifications meet the minimum requirements of all ordinances
in the City, and that they comply with the requirements of the Public Works Design Standards
manual;
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A. Sewers
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1. Sanitary Sewers: Sanitary sewers shall be installed to serve all properties in the
subdivision where a connection to the City sanitary sewer system is available or where
detailed plans and specifications for sanitary sewers to serve the subdivision are
available.
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2. Storm Sewers: Storm sewers shall be constructed to serve all properties in the subdivision
where a connection to the City storm sewer system is available or where detailed plans
and specifications for storm sewers to serve the subdivision are available. Where
drainage swales are necessary, the soil therein shall be stabilized in accordance with
applicable standards.
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3. Development Area Grading and Drainage Plan: The developer shall submit a grading and
drainage plan for the entire area of anticipated development within the plat, indicating the
elevation of proposed houses, surrounding ground, and the direction of flow. The
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developer shall not deviate from this plan without first obtaining written acceptance from
the Public Works Director of such changes.
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B. Water Supply: Where a connection to the City water system is presently available, water
distribution facilities including pipe fittings, hydrants, valves, etc., shall be installed to serve
all properties within the subdivision.
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C. Right-of-Way Grading: The full width of the right-of-way shall be graded, including the
subgrade of the areas to be paved.
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D. Roadway Improvements: The following standards shall apply to all City and private
roadways, when newly constructed or reconstructed as a result of plat approval. All local
residential roadways shall be constructed in conformance with the Public Works Design
Standards manual.
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1. All roadways shall be paved, with curb and gutter, in conformance with standards for the
applicable functional classification.
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2. Pathways shall be constructed in accordance with the Pathways Master Plan and the
applicable standards of the Public Works Department along the width of a development
site abutting any roadway of functional classification Collector or greater.
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3. Storm water inlets and necessary culverts shall be provided within the roadway
improvement at points specified by the Public Works Department.
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4. All unpaved portions of boulevards and medians within the dedicated right-of-way area
shall be graded and the soil therein stabilized in accordance with applicable standards.
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5. Roadway Width
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a. To ensure adequate access for emergency vehicles, no roadway shall be
constructed to a width less than 24 feet.
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Parking Restrictions: For roadways with functional classification of Collector or
greater, on-street parking shall be reviewed by the Public Works Department.
For Local and Marginal Access roadways, "No Parking" signs shall be installed
in accordance to the following:
≥ 24 feet and < 26 feet
sides).
No parking on both sides of the street (signs on both
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≥ 26 feet and < 32 feet
No parking on one side of the street (signs on one side).
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≥ 32 feet
needed).
Parking permitted on both sides of the street (no signs
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In cases where the specified width is impractical, however, the City Council may
reduce this dimension, as outlined in the City street width policy.
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F. Public Utilities
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1. All new electric distribution lines (excluding main line feeders and high voltage
transmission lines), telephone service lines and services constructed within the confines
of and providing service to customers in a newly platted residential area shall be buried
underground. Such lines, conduits, or cables shall be placed within easements or
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dedicated public ways. The placement of transformer boxes and other above ground
facilities shall be reviewed and approved by the City Engineer.
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2. The City Council may waive the requirements of underground services as set forth in
subsection 1 above if, after study and recommendation by the Planning Commission, the
City Council establishes that such underground utilities would not be compatible with
the planned development, or unusual topography, soil, or other physical conditions make
underground installation unreasonable or impractical.
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1102.05: Arrangements for Improvements
A. Development Agreement: Prior to the acceptance of the final plat, the owner shall enter into a
development agreement with the City.
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1. In conjunction with this contract, the owner shall deposit with the Public Works
Director either a cash deposit or a corporate surety performance bond, approved as to
form by the City Attorney, in an amount equal to one and one-half (1 1/2) times the
Public Works Director's estimated cost of said improvements. This bond shall also
have a clause which guarantees said improvements for a period of one year after
acceptance by the City of said improvements. In lieu of this clause, a separate one
year maintenance bond approved as to form by the City Attorney, shall be submitted
to the Public Works Director upon acceptance of said improvements by the City
Council. Upon receipt of this maintenance bond the performance bond may be
released.
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2. Where park dedication is required pursuant to Section 1103.06 of this Title, the
development agreement will identify the amount of land, or cash contribution, or
combination of land and cash contribution determined necessary to satisfy the park
dedication requirement. The development agreement will also specify the time and
manner such required dedication is to be made.
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B. Improvements: All such improvements shall be made in accordance with the plans and
specifications prepared by a Minnesota licensed engineer and approved by the Public Works
Director, and in accordance with applicable City standards and requirements.
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C. Bond: The owner shall deposit with the Public Works Director cash or an approved
indemnity bond to cover all expenses incurred by the City for engineering, legal fees, and
other incidental expenses in connection with the making of said improvements listed in
Section 1102.04. In the event of a cash deposit, any balance remaining shall be refunded to
the owner or applicant after payment of all costs and expenses to the City have been paid.
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D. Roadway Access to Improved Lots Required: It is not the intent of this Section to require the
owner to develop the entire plat, and to make all the required improvements, at the same
time. However, building permits will not be granted for development of lots without access
to roadways on which the required improvements have been made or arranged for by cash
deposit or bond as herein provided.
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1103.01: Transportation Plan
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1103.02: Rights-of-Way
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1103.03: Easements
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1103.04: Block Standards
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1103.05: Lot Standards
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1103.06: Park Dedication
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1103.01: Transportation Plan
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New roadways and related pathways shall comply to a master street plan that is based on the
City’s Comprehensive Plan and Pathways Master Plan to promote a safe, efficient, sustainable,
and connected network for all users and modes.
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A. Width: All rights-of-way shall conform to the following minimum dimensions corresponding
to the functional classifications of the roadways therein.
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Principal Arterial: as determined by the applicable jurisdiction governing the roadway
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Minor Arterial:
as determined by the applicable jurisdiction governing the roadway
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Collector:
66 feet
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Marginal Access: 50 feet
B. Horizontal Lines: Where horizontal right-of-way lines within a block deflect from each other
at any one point more than 10° there shall be a connecting curve. Center line horizontal
curvatures shall conform to the following minimum radii corresponding to the functional
classifications of the roadways therein.
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Principal Arterial: as determined by the applicable jurisdiction governing the roadway
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Minor Arterial:
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Collector:
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Marginal Access: 150 feet
C. Tangents: Tangents at least 50 feet long shall be introduced between reverse curves on
Collector rights-of-way.
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D. Center Line Gradients: All center line gradients shall be at least 0.5% and shall not exceed
the following gradients corresponding to the functional classifications of the roadways
therein.
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Principal Arterial: as determined by the applicable jurisdiction governing the roadway
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Minor Arterial:
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E. Jogs: Right-of-way jogs with center line offsets of less than 125 feet shall be prohibited.
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F. Cul-De-Sacs: If there is not a looped road system provided and a proposed right-of-way is
greater than 200 feet in length, an approved turnaround shall be constructed.
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1. Length: Cul-de-sacs shall be a maximum length of 500 feet, measured along the
center line from the intersection of origin to the end of right-of-way.
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2. Standard Design: The standard cul-de-sac shall have a terminus of nearly circular
shape with a standard diameter of 120 feet.
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1103.03: Easements
A. Easements at least a total of 10 feet wide, centered on interior lot lines, and abutting rightsof-way or roadway easements, shall be provided for drainage and utilities, where the City
Engineer determines they are necessary.
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B. Where a subdivision is traversed by a water course, drainage way, channel, or stream,
drainage and utility easements shall be provided that conform substantially with the lines of
such water courses, together with such further width, or construction, or both as will be
adequate for the storm water drainage of the area.
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C. All drainage easements shall be so identified on the plat and soils therein shall be graded and
stabilized in accordance with applicable standards.
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D. Pathways: Pathway easements shall be at least 20 feet wide
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A. Blocks over 900 feet long shall require pathway easements at their approximate centers. The
use of additional pathway easements connecting to schools, parks, or other destinations may
be required by the City Council.
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B. Blocks shall be shaped so that all blocks fit readily into the overall plan of the subdivision, the
neighborhood, and the City, and must consider lot planning, traffic flow, and public open
space areas.
C. Blocks intended for commercial, institutional, and industrial use must be designated as such
and the plat must show adequate off-street areas to provide for parking, loading docks, and
such other facilities that may be required to accommodate motor vehicles.
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D. Where a subdivision abuts a railroad or limited access highway right-of-way, a Marginal
Access right-of-way may be required to provide access to abutting properties and to allow for
appropriate screening of the highway or railway.
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1103.05: Lot Standards
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A. The minimum lot dimensions in all subdivisions shall be those of the applicable zoning
standards as established in Title 10 of this Code, or of the intended zoning district if the
subdivision is in conjunction with a zoning change, in addition to any requirements herein
defined.
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B. Additional Standards for Lots for Single-Family Detached Residences: The shapes of new
lots shall be appropriate for their location and suitable for residential development. Lots with
simple, regular shapes are considered most appropriate and suitable for residential
development.
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1. Lots which are appropriate for their location and suitable for residential development
often have:
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a. Side lot lines that are approximately perpendicular or radial to the front lot line(s)
of the parcel(s) being subdivided, or
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b. Side lot lines that are approximately parallel to the side lot line(s) of the parcel(s)
being subdivided, or
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c. Side lot lines that are both approximately perpendicular or radial to the front lot
lines(s) and approximately parallel to the side lot line(s) of the parcel(s) being
subdivided.
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2. It is acknowledged; however, that property boundaries represent the limits of property
ownership, and existing boundaries that have complex or unusual alignments are not
easily changed. Subdivisions of such irregularly shaped parcels may be considered, but
the shapes of proposed new lots might be found to be too irregular, and consequently,
applications can be denied for failing to conform adequately to the purposes for which
simple, regular parcel shapes are considered most appropriate and suitable for
residential development.
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3. Flag lots are not permitted. A flag lot is a lot with two distinct parts:
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a. The “flag pole” is the part of a flag lot that abuts a street with a relatively narrow
strip of land, which fails to conform to the minimum required lot width, as defined
in Section 1001.10 of this Code, and which passes beside a neighboring parcel.
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b. The “flag” is the buildable part of a flag lot, which is connected to the street by the
flag pole, and which is located behind the neighboring parcel.
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4. Through Lots: Where lots abut rights-of-way at the front and back, vehicular and
pedestrian access to the lots shall be gained from the roadway of lower functional
classification.
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5. Where new principal structures are constructed on lots contiguous to roadways with
functional classification of Minor Arterial or greater, driveways servicing such lots
shall be designed and constructed to provide a vehicle turnaround facility within the lot.
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6. Where new single-family residential lots are created on a new street, the driveway cut
for the new lot must be placed within the new street.
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1103.06: Park Dedication
A. Authority: Minnesota Statutes 462.358, subdivisions 2b and 2c permits the City to require
dedication of park land, or cash in lieu of land, as part of the subdivision process in order to
fulfill its plans for recreational facilities and open spaces. The City Council, at its
discretion, will determine whether park dedication is required in the form of land, cash
contribution, or a combination of cash and land. To properly use this authority, the City
will base its determination on existing development, the need created by the proposed
development, and the plans and policies of the City embodied by the Parks and Recreation
System Master Plan, Pathways Master Plan, and Comprehensive Plan.
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B. Condition to Approval: Park dedication will be required as a condition to the approval of
any subdivision of land involving one acre or more and resulting in a net increase of
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development sites. The Parks and Recreation Commission shall recommend, in
accordance with Statute and after consulting the approved plans and policies noted
herein, either a portion of land to be dedicated to the public, or in lieu thereof, a cash
deposit given to the City to be used for park purposes, or a combination of land and cash
deposit.
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C. Park Dedication Amount: The portion of land to be dedicated in all residentially zoned
areas shall be 10% and 5% in all other areas. Park dedication fees shall be reviewed and
determined annually by City Council resolution and established in the fee schedule in
Chapter 314 of this Code, and the fee shall be paid as part of the Development Agreement
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Minimum Lot Width
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Minimum Lot Depth
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Minimum Rear Yard Building Setback
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Section 3. Effective Date. This ordinance amendment to the City Code shall take effect upon
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ORDINANCE SUMMARY NO. ____
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AN ORDINANCE AMENDING TITLE 11, SUBDIVISIONS, OF THE CITY CODE
ELIMINATING AND/OR REPLACING IN THEIR ENTIRETY SECTIONS 1101 (GENERAL
PROVISIONS), 1102 (PLAT PROCEDURES), 1103 (DESIGN STANDARDS), AND 1104
(ADMINISTRATION AND ENFORCEMENT), AND AMENDING TITLE 10, ZONING, OF
THE CITY CODE, TO UPDATE A DIMENSIONAL STANDARD FOR RESIDENTIAL LOTS
The following is the official summary of Ordinance No. ___ approved by the City Council of the
City of Roseville on July 10, 2017:
The Roseville City Code, Tile 11 (Subdivisions), 1101 (General Provisions), 1102 (Plat
Procedures), 1103 (Design Standards), and 1104 (Administration and Enforcement) has been amended
by eliminating, clarifying, revising, and relocating requirements to new Chapters in the Subdivision
Ordinance. The purpose of these amendments is to effect a comprehensive technical update to the
requirements and procedures for processing subdivision proposals. After Planning Commission and
City Council consideration of Project File 0042, the following Subdivision Ordinance Chapters are
established: 1101 (General Provisions), 1102 (Procedures), and 1103 (Design Standards).
The Roseville City Code, Tile 10 (Zoning), has been amended by inserting a provision,
formerly established in the Subdivision Ordinance, into Table 1004-3 (LDR-1 District Dimensional
Standards).
A printed copy of the ordinance is available for inspection by any person during regular office
hours in the office of the City Manager at the Roseville City Hall, 2660 Civic Center Drive, Roseville,
Minnesota 55113. A copy of the ordinance and summary shall also be posted at the Reference Desk of the
Roseville Branch of the Ramsey County Library, 2180 Hamline Avenue North, and on the Internet web
page of the City of Roseville (www.cityofroseville.com).
Attest: ______________________________________
Patrick Trudgeon, City Manager
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REQUEST FOR COUNCIL ACTION
Date:
July 10, 2017
Item No.: 7.h
Department Approval
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City Manager Approval
Consider Community Development – Code Enforcement, Permits, and
Inspections Division Staff Restructuring
BACKGROUND
The Community Development Department has experienced a significant increase in requests for
inspections for both commercial and residential properties and has had greater volume in residential and
commercial plan review. The Community Development Department will also be experiencing a
retirement of a 16-year Code Enforcement Officer at the end of July. The Department advertised for a
Code Enforcement Officer in May and received 12 applications. No applicants met the minimum
requirements for a Code Enforcement Officer however some applicants may have met the minimum
requirements for a Code Compliance Officer. As a result, the Department has explored restructuring
staff to create a path to succession in an effort to retain staff and, ultimately increase institutional
knowledge.
As a part of the restructuring, it was found that several job titles were antiquated in the marketplace and
need to be updated as shown in the flow chart below. Also, a new senior level position will be created
with the title of Assistant Building Official by modifying the job description on an existing position.
This position will be a high level advanced Code Enforcement Officer and will provide back-up to the
Building Official/Codes Coordinator (Building Official). This position will also provide training and
mentoring for other Building Code/Code Enforcement staff. The training identified within this role will
make the City and division more attractive to those entering the field. The Assistant Building Official
must have substantial experience and training in the field. The Code Enforcement Officer (Building
Inspector) position being vacated by the retiring employee that was previously advertised will now be
advertised as a Code Compliance Officer due to the limited qualifications that were identified in the
pool of applicants for a Code Enforcement Officer allowing for field training and a career path in the
division.
A flow chart identifying past and future positions in the Code Enforcement, Permits and
Inspections Division can be found below. It should be noted that no additional FTEs will be
added as part of this request. The existing 4 FTEs will be reorganized into slightly different
roles and responsibilities.
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Below are the job summaries and salary ranges for each position that is being restructured in
this request. Each positon is fulltime and each will include benefits costing approximately
30% beyond the salary listed. This is felt to be the most cost effective means to most
effectively and efficiently meet service needs now and into the foreseeable future.
Assistant Building Official:
Under the general direction of the Codes Coordinator/Building Official, the Assistant Building Official
performs the highest technical level and most difficult residential and commercial building, mechanical
and plumbing inspections, along with detailed and exhaustive plan review of the same. This position is
also fully responsible for mentoring other division staff and develops and implements all training
programs for inspection division staff as well as identifies and recommends off site training
opportunities to ensure and maintain required State of Minnesota certifications for division staff. This
position develops inspection standards and provides training for the Neighborhood Enhancement
Program seasonal inspector. The Assistant Building Official will maintain detailed and accurate
records listing all certifications each inspector currently holds along with all necessary requirements
for maintaining certifications.
Salary Range: Internally this position falls into grade 13 of the exempt ranges $35.78 –$43.11/Hr. or
$74,422 - $89,669 annually.
Building Inspector:
The Building Inspector/Plan Reviewer position works under the direction of the Building Official
performing difficult, technically skilled residential and commercial building, mechanical and plumbing
inspections, along with detailed and exhaustive plan review of the same. This position is also
responsible for maintaining detailed records related to daily activity including inspections and plan
reviews.
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FINANCIAL IMPACTS
The Financial Impact of the Division restructuring results in a cost savings of approximately
$14,000. Despite increases to two positions, the bulk of the savings is due to attrition from the
pending retirement and the reduction of one Code Enforcement Officer (Building Inspector) to
a Code Compliance Officer.
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STAFF RECOMMENDATION
Staff recommends approval of the Assistant Building Official newly created position and
recommends that the City Council authorize staff to restructure the Division with the
identified positions as outlined in the report.
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REQUESTED COUNCIL ACTION
Motion to approve the Assistant Building Official newly created position and authorize staff
to restructure the Division with the identified positions as outlined in the report.
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Prepared by:
Eldona Bacon, Human Resources Manager (651) 792-7025
Attachments:
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REQUEST FOR COUNCIL ACTION
Date: July 10, 2017
Item No.: 7.i
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Review of 2017-2018 Policy Priority Planning Document
BACKGROUND
On February 13 and April 10, 2017, the City Council reviewed the 2016 Policy Priority Planning (PPP)
document and discussed new priorities for 2017. Minutes from both meetings are included as
Attachments A and B. As a result of those conversations, the City Manager organized the identified
thoughts into three strategic priorities; Economic Development; Inclusive Community and Governance;
and Capital Improvements. Under each strategic priority, strategic initiatives are listed. Most of the
strategic initiatives are new, but there are several that have been carried over from 2016. The draft
strategic priorities and initiatives are as follows:
Economic Development Strategic Initiatives
 Foster Twin Lakes Redevelopment
 Facilitate City-wide Economic Development
 Implement Southeast Revitalization Goals
Inclusive Community and Governance
 Continue Southeast Roseville Working Group Activities with Stakeholders
 Continue Imagine Roseville Efforts and Follow Through with Outcomes
 Review and Consider Inclusive City Policies and Procedures Through Possible Participation in
the Government Alliance on Race and Equity (GARE) Program
Capital Improvements
 Increase Pedestrian Connectivity
 Ensure Sustainable Capital Improvement Funding
 Provide Timely and Transparent Capital Improvement Budget Information
It should be noted that the City Manager combined the initiative of possible participation in the GARE
program with the review and consideration of inclusive policies and procedures. Participation in the
GARE program will provide for a framework for the City to better review its policies and procedures
through an equity lens and thus ensure more inclusive City policies and procedures.
The City Manager also suggests that the Policy Priority Plan be considered a two-year plan covering
2017-2018.
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Attachment C is the draft 2017-2018 PPP document that lists the Strategic Priorities Initiatives as well
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that should be made. To the extent the document captures the City Council’s priorities, the document
can be considered for approval.
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The City Council should review and provide direction about the draft 2017-18 City Priority Plan. To
the extent the document captures the City Council’s priorities, the document can be considered for
approval.
Prepared by:
Patrick Trudgeon, City Manager; (651) 792-7021
Attachments:
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City Council Minutes dated February 13, 2017
City Council Minutes dated April 10, 2017
Draft 2017-18 City Priority Plan
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Attachment A
Regular City Council Meeting
Monday, February 13, 2017
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Mayor Roe opined that this had proven a good process for meeting outside City
Council chambers and off line; and allowed for frank discussions for the benefit
of all parties and
the community.
Mayor Roe assured the public that less than a
quorum of the City Council and the commissions attended those meetings so no
violations of Open Meeting Laws occurred.
d.
2017 Policy Priority Plan Discussion
At the request of Mayor Roe, City Manager Trudgeon referenced Attachments A
and B to the staff report,
respectively entitled, " Adopted 2016 City Priority Plan"
2016
4th
Quarter
Policy Priority Plan Update." Mr. Trudgeon noted the two
main priorities were "
Housing and Economic Development" and " Infrastructure
Sustainability" with specific initiatives for each detailed in the Attachments.
and "
Discussions were initiated by individual Councilmembers sharing their personal
proposals for updating, revising the current document moving forward into 2017.
Councilmember McGehee
Councilmember McGehee stated her interest in a " General Connectivity" strategy
as a new proposal, especially in light of the transportation plan being undertaken
as part of
the comprehensive
plan update.
Councilmember McGehee opined that
the plan should include benches along pathway connections to make them more
friendly. She opined that it was an important priortity to have connections
user-
to
schools and
to businesses.
Councilmember McGehee also noted the need to
improve pedestrian connectivity around larger malls and smaller satellite malls in
the community; opining that the traffic problem was significant now and would
not get any better.
Also, Councilmember McGehee referenced the three years that the Rental Regis-
tration and Licensing Program had been operating in the city, with some of those
properties coming up for their six-month renewal later on tonight' s agenda ( Consent
Item 9. f). Councilmember McGehee advised that she had spoken with staff
earlier urging them to bring forward their ideas and suggestions on the policy, after the first three years of its implementation, and how to make the program better
for the city and for those property owners.
Councilmember Etten
Based on tonight' s previous discussion and action for guidance and purpose for a
newly-combined CEC and HRC, and review by the City Council Subcommittee
for potential additions or adjustments, Councilmember Etten stated his interest in
creating a more robust review and check- in process for all advisory commissions
beyond once per year if and as needed.
Councilmember Etten suggested a new priority entitled " Inclusive City and Civic
and Governance."
Councilmember Etten suggested that category
Life, Activities
could
include taking
action steps on
the
recent
Imagine Roseville community dis-
Attachment A
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Monday, February 13, 2017
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cussion process; wrapping up some of the work in SE Roseville beyond that of the
existing working group; equity work with the League of Minnesota Cities as they
delve into more human rights and community engagement efforts and best practices along those areas; recruitment and hiring of a diverse staff and community
leaders; and a review of policies and actions taken by the city that may be inhibiting
full inclusion for those
of
diverse backgrounds.
Councilmember Etten opined
that this was an important priority for the city in its leadership role moving forward.
Councilmember Willmus
Councilmember Willmus stated his interest in prioritizing capital needs of the city
and a more frequent and ongoing proactive review and analysis of how capital
improvement program( CIP) dollars are allocated.
Mayor Roe asked if Councilmember Willmus intended that to cover all CIP
spending or only that related to infrastructure.
Councilmember Willmus clarified that while the heading now specified infrastructure, he broaden the heading across the board for any and all CIP needs.
Councilmember Laliberte
Councilmember Laliberte stated that her thoughts were similar to those of Coun-
cilmember Willmus, with her interest in getting a good handle on other 2016 priorities and those carrying over. While supportive of a regular check- in on the 20year CIP outlook, Councilmember Laliberte stated her interest in a more realistic,
closer-in look ( e. g. five years) of what could be deferred and take that beyond
staff's review up to the City Council' s review.
Councilmember Laliberte
suggested
refinement
of "
tasks"
versus " priorities."
Councilmember Laliberte reviewed several of those task-related items that had
been discussed but had yet to be implemented ( e. g. continuum of engagement by
having visuals at certain types of meetings) for the purpose of showing those engaged about their involvement, how their expectations were or were not met and
the city' s response. While the city continues to seek community feedback, Councilmember Laliberte noted that various iterations had been discussed but the initiative continued
to fall
off
the table.
Councilmember Laliberte stated her interest
in adding it back on to allow citizens to understand where a project or area of interest was at in the process.
Councilmember Laliberte stated her interest in a" cost benefit analysis" for all de-
cisions made by the City Council, as well as Councilmember McGehee' s often
stated request for that analysis for projects the city is investing in, Councilmember
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Mayor Roe
To tie into the CIP priority, Mayor Roe stated that a missing link is receiving a
report on what has changed from year to year and rationale from staff' s perspective for those annual changes.
Mayor Roe stated his interest in looking at the city' s overall infrastructure, including pedestrian connectivity as part of the community' s quality of life; an issue he
found becoming more and more important for the marketplace and where people
consider living.
Councilmember McGehee stated that she would also like to consider sustainabil-
ity as part of that CIP review, opining that sustainability as a goal was a long way
from done. While stated in the PPP document, Councilmember McGehee opined
that " a more robust or inclusive view and listing of our assets" was still not together.
Councilmember McGehee noted that one area of concern she had was in
not having all city building or facilities listed together, but currently listed separately, along with programs, opining that there needed to be a top level listing
available to track all city assets under one umbrella.
Specific to a deeper look at CIP assets, Councilmember Etten suggested a better
explanation or understanding for the City Council without the City Council attempting
to
micromanage
departments
and
their respective managers.
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cilmember Etten sought clarification as to what level the City Council was looking for with its CIP and how the City Council should review each piece.
Mayor Roe spoke in support of more detail on streets and water/ sewer assets.
While talking about them briefly at preliminary budget discussions about information desired by the City Council for the 2018 budget, Mayor Roe suggested
that instead of a one-line item the actual streets or projects be identified so the
City Council would know from year to year how and why the CIP is changing and
steps where they may be in agreement or at least made aware.
Councilmember Willmus agreed with Mayor Roe' s observation; clarifying that he
wasn' t interested in the City Council directing dollars, but was seeking a more
thorough review by staff to the City Council of where needs were or where funds
may be
over- allocated
in
one area
for repurposing to
another.
Councilmember
Willmus opined that this came into play if the City Council could then shift those
dollars to alleviate needs elsewhere, but noted the need for that view and allocation
level.
If staff is aware of areas where the city is falling short or exceeding,
Councilmember Willmus noted that the City Council needed to be made aware of
that as well.
As an example over the last few years when the water tower rehabilitation project
was moved up due to a number of factors, Mayor Roe noted that the process for
making those determinations isn' t always known or completely understood by the
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City Council until closer to year- end with CIP review and when funds don' t add
Mayor Roe stated his agreement with his colleagues for the City Council' s
need to know the how and why as soon as known by staff to help them and the
up.
public.
However, Mayor Roe also agreed that no further involvement than that
was being sought by the City Council.
In response, Councilmember McGehee stated that in order for her to concur with
her colleagues, she needed to be assured that everything in the CIP is being adequately addressed and not simply eliminated or left unaddressed; thus her desire
for a more overarching picture of facilities versus a view by program.
City Manager Trudgeon responded that this discussion aligned itself well with internal
staff
discussions
related
to budget information
and
how to
present
it. Mr.
Trudgeon agreed that the basic information should include awareness for the City
Council and public to know and for staff to comprehensively say how and why
changes are coming about. While some unexpected thing occur from year to year,
Mr. Trudgeon stated they were usually few; and agreed with the importance for
everyone to be on the same page and have a general understanding.
If the City
Council chose to make this a priority, Mr. Trudgeon voiced his and staff's wholehearted support.
While agreeing it was important to look at the CIP on an annual and five-year basis, Mayor Roe opined that it remained important to continue that long-term view
over twenty years ( e. g. fire engines) and change the CIP accordingly as needed
discussions.
By having shorter-term reviews in addition to
the twenty-year CIP review, Mayor Roe noted it added one more layer to the
and as part of annual
available information and planning process.
Mayor Roe stated his support for Councilmember Etten' s new " Inclusive" priori-
ty, especially coming off the Imagine Roseville process, possibly creating a num-
ber of different recommendations in different areas, including but not limited to:
leadership in city government and staffing diversity and recommendations about
cit policies in other areas.
While agreeing that this would be a good category to
add, Mayor Roe suggested some items currently included under " Economic Development" could be moved into that category.
Mayor Roe also suggested removing" move up housing" from the current list.
General Discussion
If removing" move up housing" from the list, Councilmember Willmus suggested
replacing it with a housing style currently lacking in the community, one-level
living.
Councilmember McGehee agreed with that comment, adding that housing was
needed on small
lots.
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Councilmember Etten stated his agreement in retaining the Economic Development goal and revising it, but asked if" housing" was an actual priority of the City
Council or simply happened in the background.
Councilmember Etten stated his agreement with Councilmember Willmus on the
need for single-level housing; but questioned if that was a City Council priority,
was the city in turn willing to fund it as a policy priority for funding or to support
developers undertaking that
housing
style.
Councilmember Etten stated those
were different discussions for him; and noted that " move up housing" had been
desired by the city, but the market took over and the city wasn' t called upon to
subsidize it.
However, Councilmember Etten stated his interest in having more
discussion around that idea.
Councilmember McGehee questioned the priority to " increase the value of existing homes," recognizing that the city didn' t need to do anything when the market
increases, and since there were few factors the Council could control, questioned
its retention as a goal.
As an afterthought, Councilmember McGehee revised her suggestion to consider
the review of the multi- family housing licensing program as a part of priority
planning
since
it
was
actually
a
task.
Specific to cost benefit analyses, Coun-
cilmember McGehee spoke in support of using them anywhere possible.
Mayor Roe opined that " cost benefit analysis" fell into the task versus priority area as well.
Mayor Roe also questioned if other areas ( e. g. rental licensing and increased housing values) also fell under ongoing activities that could be acknowledged but didn' t necessarily need to be shown as a priority. However, Mayor Roe
stated the importance of not losing sight of those areas either; suggesting that they
be considered as part of the continuing review of programs.
Councilmember McGehee opined that " cost benefit analysis" should be a policy
not a task. It was a policy defining the City Council evaluated some items.
Mayor Roe noted that, since the 2016 PPP, that analysis had already been added
to several city policy revisions in the interim.
Councilmember Willmus recognized Councilmember Etten' s comments on hous-
ing, while at the same time and depending on the type of development and its location,-stated that all of those considerations should remain on the table. Whether
or not it should remain a goal as currently identified, Councilmember Willmus
agreed probably not; but noted that over the last year or so, some tools had been
implemented by the city to help facilitate desired development ( e.g. resurrection
of the
PUD
process)
that
could
help
spur
that type
of
development in the future.
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Specific to cost benefit analysis, Councilmember Willmus opined that something
the City Council needed to be cognizant of was that if the group didn' t define the
purpose or what constitutes benefits and costs, it could become cumbersome and
could become complicated rather quickly unless some clearly-defined parameters
were agreed upon by the City Council, community and staff.
Councilmember Laliberte agreed with that statement; and specific to housing as a
priority, stated that she would go on record that she' d rather help fund housing
stock not currently available in Roseville versus funding housing stock already
available
in the community.
Councilmember Laliberte opined that if there was
some other hierarchy in or for the community, it needed further conversation.
In addition to the continuum of available housing stock, Councilmember McGehee stated her support for any changes that would make any and all housing accessible.
Mayor Roe noted that a lot of these policies fell into the realm of the city' s current
housing goals; and stated his interest in not putting too many priorities in place to
avoid it becoming a" to do" list with too many areas of focus.
In response, Councilmember Etten stated that he was a huge fan of connectivity,
something he considered very important to the community' s viability and quality
of life.
However, since the city was paying a consultant to review the transportation and pathway plans as part of the broader comprehensive plan review, Coun-
cilmember Etten asked if it was needed as a priority on the PPP, since it would
happen due to those steps already in place.
While that could be the case, Councilmember McGehee opined that some areas
that she had discussed with Public Works Director Culver didn' t fall into the gen-
eral pathway scheme, opining that some areas had more difficult issues in achieving t connectivity and providing pedestrian safety. She used her side of town as
an example.
Specific to connectivity, Councilmember Willmus noted the importance of retaining that in the PPP. While having had pathway task forces and committees and
comprehensive plans in place for decades, Councilmember Willmus noted that
while some progress
had been
made,
it
wasn'
t
enough.
Given that, Councilmem-
ber Willmus opined that it needed continued focus to receive more attention that it
had over the last decade or so; and by bringing it to the forefront it served to repeatedly remind the City Council, staff and the community of its importance.
Mayor Roe concluded that two items appeared to be rising to the level of additions to the PPP:
pedestrian
connectivity
and access, and
Councilmember Etten'
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suggested "
Inclusive
City
and
Civic Life, Activities
and
Governance."
Mayor
Roe also noted the additional engagement piece as a task for the CEC and HRC
process currently being undertaken; and refinement of the CIP as discussed.
Mayor Roe noted tonight' s discussion identifying a lot of other priorities moving
to " tasks."
With Councilmember McGehee noting that pathway connectivity was also tied to
the CIP; Mayor Roe added that with larger retail properties, just getting from the
car to a store was sometimes difficult. However, with the focus on that type of is-
sue and as noted by Councilmember Willmus, Mayor Roe suggested the need to
consider whether something rose to the level to warrant being a priority for the
City Council going forward.
City Manager Trudgeon thanked the City Council for recognizing the need to refine the priority list, affirming that many of the things mentioned tonight were in
the works in the background. For his benefit, Mr. Trudgeon reviewed those items
addressed by the City Council during tonight' s discussion and for refinement of
the PPP by staff, including but not limited to:
Connectivity
Inclusive Governance
CIP refinement
City Manager Trudgeon listed some of the other ideas identified tonight, including:
Review of the multi- family rental licensing program is a task and would not
be included in the PPP
No comment on Councilmember Etten' s more frequent review of advisory
commissions
Interest in single-level housing stock and the broader housing issues would
not be included in the PPP
SE Roseville remaining as an important priority but as a subheading under
the new" inclusive" priority
Creation of a policy for inclusivity of everything citywide whether involving
economic development or focusing on results when combined with other areas
residential housing values"
as that was achieved by the
Remove " increase
market
Remove" move-up housing"
City Manager Trudgeon advised that he would combine this information, create
different categories, and prepare a draft for review by the City Council.
Specific to establishing a measure of effectiveness for each infrastructure component,
Mayor Roe
asked
if that had been
accomplished or could
be
checked off.
Attachment A
Regular City Council Meeting
Monday, February 13, 2017
Page 17
In response, Public Works Director Culver advised that with establishment of the
condition rating criteria to measure effectiveness, it would be reviewed annually
and infrastructure prioritized accordingly and therefore, could be removed as a
priority.
Without objection, City Manager Trudgeon was directed to remove that priority.
Without objection, Mayor Roe directed staff to provide any other areas they
thought needed to be combined or removed on the next iteration.
8.
Approve Minutes
Comments and corrections to draft minutes had been submitted by the City Council prior
to tonight' s meeting and those revisions were incorporated into the draft presented in the
Council packet.
a.
Approve
City
Council Minutes— January
23
McGehee moved, Etten seconded, approval of the January 23, 2017 City Council
Meeting Minutes as amended.
Corrections
Page 10 ( Laliberte)
Lines 22— 26
Correct to read" City News" rather than" Roseville Review" in all instances
Strike the last sentence( lines 25- 26) as repetitive
Lines 28- 30
Correct to
read: "
Depending on the timing of the City News editions related to
this process, Mayor Roe agreed it was the vehicle that could be used for feature articles as well."
Roll Call
Ayes: Willmus, Laliberte, Etten, McGehee and Roe.
Nays: None.
b.
Approve
City
Council Minutes— January
30
McGehee moved, Etten seconded, approval of the January 30, 2017 City Council
Meeting Minutes as presented.
Roll Call
Ayes: Willmus, Laliberte, Etten, McGehee and Roe.
Nays: None.
9.
Approve Consent Agenda
At the request of Mayor Roe, City Manager Trudgeon briefly highlighted those items being
considered under
the Consent
Agenda
as
displayed for
the
benefit
of
the viewing pub-
Attachment B
Regular City Council Meeting
Monday, April 10, 2017
Page 20
particular code violation, no just the section number versus the City Council researching related code sections.
g.
Consider Community Development Department Request to Perform an
Abatement for Unresolved Violations of City Code at 2749 Churchill Street
N
As previously noted, this item was removed from action in lieu of resolution prior
to the meeting.
h.
Discussion of 2017 Policy Priority Planning (PPP) Document
City Manager Trudgeon briefly noted the updated Policy Priority Plan ( PPP) as
provided in the staff report and attachments ( Attachment B redlined and Attachment C new). Mr. Trudgeon noted one new addition entitled, “ Inclusive Community and Governance” with four focus areas. Mr. Trudgeon noted that tonight’ s
revisions were intended as a broad picture for City Council review and approval,
with the next step then being for staff to develop measures of accountability and
responsible parties for additional approval.
For the “ Capital Improvement” priority, Councilmember McGehee suggested
adding the word “ adequate” to the second bullet point “ Ensure Capital Improvement Funding.”
Mayor Roe suggested the word “sustainable” instead of “adequate.”
While pleased with the economic development priority strategies underway and
staff’ s proposed next steps (e.g. visiting businesses, creation of the database, etc.),
Councilmember McGehee suggested including options for small businesses to
look to the city for support.
With the inclusive community and governance priority, Councilmember McGehee advised that she needed more information on the League of Minnesota Cities
LMC) “ Government Alliance on Race and Equity ( GARE) Program.” In the
third bullet point of the “ Inclusive Community and Governance” priority, Councilmember McGehee questioned what “ enact” meant with city policies and procedures, opining that the city couldn’t do much more than to enforce state and federal law. With the last update of the PPP, Councilmember McGehee noted improvements and accomplishments, including recruiting from the diverse community for advisory commission vacancies, positive benefits of the community garden project, and the focus on SE Roseville; and applauded the city’s fire and police departments for their significant steps in helping to achieve those goals. Specific to the “ Capital Improvement” priority, Councilmember McGehee reiterated
her advocacy for sustainability of the CIP, having the cost benefit analysis as part
of that priority, and being able to support the things needed by the community
whether they be a program, a policy. or an inspection.
Attachment B
Regular City Council Meeting
Monday, April 10, 2017
Page 21
Councilmember Laliberte stated her concern in moving the focus on SE Roseville
out of the “ Economic Development Strategic Initiatives” priority, opining that it
had been included for a reason; While understanding the rationale in relocating it
in the second inclusive priority, and even with the work underway, Councilmember Laliberte stated that she wasn’ t sure if it should be checked off the list, and
therefore, suggested moving it back under the economic development priority.
Under the second priority, Councilmember Laliberte stated her need for additional
information on the second and fourth bullet points. Councilmember Laliberte sated her agreement with the “ sustainability” wording for the CIP in the second bullet point for that priority.
Mayor Roe referenced the SE Roseville priority in the past PPP in two places recognizing the efforts of the working group as well as the economic development
focus. From his perspective, Mayor Roe stated that was a natural dividing point,
and even though one dealt more with the inclusivity and the other with economic
development issues, he supported having it in both priorities. As noted in the
meeting minutes ( Attachment A), Mayor Roe noted that was also addressed by
Councilmember Etten during that previous discussion.
Councilmember Etten agreed with the points made by Mayor Roe and Councilmember Laliberte in leaving SE Roseville in both priorities. While it may seem
redundant, Councilmember Etten stated that it also recognized that the priority
would be viewed from two difference lenses.
Noting the good points made regarding the focus on SE Roseville, City Manager
Trudgeon referenced and reviewed the categories as they were listed in the last iteration and under two categories.
Councilmember Laliberte spoke in support of retaining that placement in both
categories with updated language to more clearly understand the intent of the particular focus.
On the second priority, last bullet point for the LMC program in 2018, Mayor Roe
suggested revising the language to: “ Prepare for possible participation in the
GARE program”. Also in the second priority, Mayor Roe suggested adding the
word “consider” to replace “ enact” for inclusive city policies and procedures.
Specific to the GARE Program, Councilmember Etten stated that he had suggested this in the past as a result of his attendance at an LMC conference. Councilmember Etten reported that this is a year-long program; and advised that he had
some of the materials being used in the City of Shoreview as they also participate
in the program. Councilmember Etten briefly reviewed some of those materials,
including measurement tools for exacting change for operations and working with
coalitions during the year to use those tools to enact changes.
Attachment B
Regular City Council Meeting
Monday, April 10, 2017
Page 22
Based on his understanding of the GARE program, City Manager Trudgeon reported that it was primarily staff-focused with diverse implementers, both at the
management level and through the ranks to identify methods to provide the best
service possible. Mr. Trudgeon stated that it was his understanding that the program was a self-reflection process to guide you through the process.
Councilmember Etten noted that in the LMC session he had attended, the program
included how a service or program was delivered, and how unintended consequences may result from something not working as well as intended ( e.g. rental
registration program, or immigrant population and new owners and city code language). Councilmember Etten advised that the intent was to provide a more holistic way to review city policies and procedures, and day-to-day operations, by
pausing to see if the process was going to create a new problem before implementation or to review existing services/programs for any adjustments that may be indicated.
In the second inclusive priority, third bullet point, Councilmember Laliberte suggested instead of “enact” that the language read: “ review city policies and procedures for inclusivity.” As an example, Councilmember Laliberte reported that
this had been worked on to some degree in discussions with the new CEC/HRC
combined advisory commission, and may not be adequately incorporated in these
policies until those recommendations come forward.
With the GARE process, Mayor Roe noted this was also an effort to enact city
policies and procedures to get at equity and inclusivity.
Specific to the GARE program, Councilmember Laliberte stated that she would
want to know how much staff time would be required as a factor to consider.
City Manager Trudgeon estimated that the GARE program would consist of a
two-day session and perhaps one meeting/month for the identified staff group.
Specific to Councilmember Laliberte’ s suggestion with the third bullet point under the inclusive priority, Councilmember Etten defended the intentional addition
of “ enact” to move the city from continuing to just talk about it versus actually
doing something about it. Councilmember Etten stated that he was fine with continuing to receive updates or reviews, but emphasized the need to act . As an example with taking action on inclusive policies and procedures, Councilmember
Etten noted this would be further emphasized with the GARE program and now
the combined CEC/HRC commission under consideration. While the community
may have been discussing it, Councilmember Etten opined that the City Council
needed to discuss it and take action as well.
Attachment B
Regular City Council Meeting
Monday, April 10, 2017
Page 23
Further discussion ensued regarding language for the inclusive priority, with
wording suggestions about city policies and procedures of “review and consider”
Etten) and “ review and update” ( Roe).
Councilmember Etten opined that the goal needed to be new items versus only reviewing existing efforts.
Specific to the inclusive priority, second bullet point “ Continue Imagine Roseville
Efforts,” Mayor Roe suggested additional language “… and follow-through on
outcomes.” Mayor Roe opined that this would ensure that not just conversations
continued, but that recommendations result in decision-points for the city response; and possibly even have a separate bullet point to ensure focus.
The consensus was to leave the wordsmithing to City Manager Trudgeon based
on tonight’ s discussion.
Councilmember Laliberte noted that School District No. 623 would be coming
forward with a referendum in the near future for their member area communities.
With the city having its own CIP to fund and sustain going forward, Councilmember Laliberte stated her concern that the city take a business-as-usual look
at operations as part of the upcoming budget process, whether through this PPP or
the budget process itself.
Mayor Roe opined that it would be part of the city’s ongoing budget process.
Councilmember McGehee suggested adding some thought to the city partnering
with the school district as they move their capital initiatives forward to take the
opportunity to fill any voids in the city’s programming, and at the same time help
the school district and community-at-large in achieving more amenities.
While very interested in hearing from the school district, Councilmember
Willmus clarified that the City of Roseville is only one of the many communities
in School District No. 623. Therefore, Councilmember Willmus suggested approaching the topic from that perspective with potential capital needs; noting they
were not entirely on the shoulders of this community, but brought forth a broader
question that needed time to work through.
Since this PPP is specific to the city, Mayor Roe opined that until more conversations come forward, he didn’ t see any need to include the school district’ s future
planning in this document, especially until more was known. Mayor Roe stated
that he was not personally comfortable that the city should cut back on its activities or plan due to the school district’ s planned referendum.
Attachment C
City Priority Plan
2017-2018
Approved _____________
Strategic Priorities – The city Council has determined that there will be three strategic priorities that the City will focus on in 2017 and
2018:
Economic Development
Inclusive Community and Governance
Capital Improvements
In order to implement these priorities, the City Council has identified strategic initiatives under each Strategic Priority.
Economic Development Strategic Initiatives
•
•
•
Foster Twin Lakes Redevelopment
Facilitate City-wide Economic Development
Implement Southeast Roseville Revitalization Goals
Inclusive Community and Governance
•
•
•
Continue Southeast Roseville Working Group Activities with Stakeholders
Continue Imagine Roseville Efforts and follow through with outcomes
Review and Consider Inclusive City Policies and Procedures Through Possible Participation in Government Alliance on Race
and Equity Program
Capital Improvements
•
•
•
Increase Pedestrian Connectivity
Ensure Sustainable Capital Improvement Funding
Provide Timely and Transparent Capital Improvement Budget Information
P a g e |2
Roseville City Priority Plan
2017-2018
Strategic Priority: Housing and Economic Development
Strategic Initiative: Foster Twin Lake Redevelopment
Desired Outcomes:
Create 50 living wage jobs
Attraction of businesses
Goals/Focus Area
Encourage businesses to locate
in Twin Lakes
Responsible Staff/Commission
Staff Lead: Community Development
Supporting Staff: City Manager, Public
Works Department
Commissions: EDA,
Others: Consultants, Twin Lakes
property owners
Timeline
Quarter, 2017
2nd Quarter, 2017
3rd Quarter, 2017
• Implement Golden Shovel
Marketing Website
4th Quarter, 2017
• Track progress
2018 and Beyond
• Track progress and adjust policies as
needed
1st
Status
Measures of Success: # of businesses contacted; # of businesses locating in Twin Lakes; # of jobs created
Approved
, 2017
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Roseville City Priority Plan
2017-2018
Strategic Priority: Housing and Economic Development
Strategic Initiative: Facilitate City-wide Economic Development
Desired Outcomes:
Attract new businesses
Retain and expand existing businesses
Goals/Focus Area
Explore Economic Development
programing to assist new and
existing businesses
Responsible Staff/Commission
Staff Lead: Community Development
Supporting Staff: City Manager,
Public Works Department
Commissions: EDA
Others: Consultants
Timeline
Quarter, 2017
2nd Quarter, 2017
3rd Quarter, 2017
• Implement Golden Shovel
Marketing Website
4th Quarter, 2017
• Track progress
2018 and Beyond
Track progress and adjust policies as needed
1st
Status
Measures of Success: # of new businesses in city; $ amount of investment into existing businesses
Approved
, 2017
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Roseville City Priority Plan
2017-2018
Strategic Priority: Economic Development
Strategic Initiative: Implement Southeast Roseville Revitalization Goals
Desired Outcomes:
Economic investment in SE Roseville
Improvement of Quality of Life in SE Roseville
Increased Public Safety in SE Roseville
Increased connectivity/transportation options in SE Roseville
Goals/Focus Area
SE Roseville Revitalization
(Rice/Larpenteur Gateway
Visioning Plan)
Responsible Staff/Commission
Staff Lead: Community Development
Department
Supporting Staff: Fire Department, Parks
and Recreation Department, Police
Department, Public Works Department,
City Manager.
Commissions: Human Rights, Inclusion,
and Engagement Commission; Parks and
Recreation Commission, and Public Works,
Environment, and Transportation
Commission.
1st
Timeline
Quarter, 2017
2nd Quarter, 2017
• Participate in Gateway Visioning Plan
rd
3 Quarter, 2017
• Participate in Gateway Visioning Plan
th
4 Quarter, 2017
• Complete Gateway Visioning Plan
2018 and Beyond
• Implement Gateway Visioning Plan
Status
Others: Karen Organization of Minnesota,
Existing Neighborhood Organizations, Nonprofit agencies serving the area, Landlords
Roseville School District, Ramsey County,
Area Businesses, SE Roseville Interagency
Group, and adjacent municipalities
Measure of Success Increase in residential and commercial market value; decrease in criminal activity
Approved
, 2017
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Roseville City Priority Plan
2017
Strategic Priority: Inclusive Community and Governance
Strategic Initiative: Continue Southeast Roseville Working Group Activities with Stakeholders
Desired Outcomes:
Increased connections among and between stakeholders in SE Roseville
Development of partnerships of stakeholders in SE Roseville to improve the quality of life in the area
Goals/Focus Area
Responsible Staff/Commission
Timeline
Formalize Southeast Roseville
Staff Lead: City Manager/Asst. City
1st Quarter, 2017
Interagency Working Group
Manager - Administration Department
2nd Quarter, 2017
• Reconvene SE Working Group
Supporting Staff: Community
• Identify issues to address
rd
Development Dept., Fire Dept., Parks
3 Quarter, 2017
and Recreation Dept., Police Dept.,
• Formalize Action Plan
th
Public Works Dept.
4 Quarter, 2017
• Report to City Council on work
Commissions: Human Rights, Inclusion,
completed and new initiatives
and Engagement Commission; Parks and
planned.
Recreation Commission, and Public
• Implement SE Roseville Working
Works, Environment, and Transportation
Group Action Plan
Commission.
2018 and Beyond
• Continue to meet as group and
Others: Karen Organization of
implement SE Roseville Working
Minnesota, Existing Neighborhood
Group Action Plan
Organizations, Non-profit agencies
serving the area, Landlords Roseville
School District, Ramsey County, Area
Businesses, and adjacent municipalities
Status
Measures of Success: Review of activities of completed
Approved
, 2017
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Roseville City Priority Plan
2017-2018
Strategic Priority: Inclusive Community and Governance
Strategic Initiative: Continue Imagine Roseville Efforts and Follow Through with Outcomes
Desired Outcomes: Provide opportunity for community members to have conversations that make connections and foster positive
relationships
Goals/Focus Area
Responsible Staff/Commission
Timeline
Status
Continue series of Imagine
Staff Lead: City Manager
1st Quarter, 2017
Roseville community events that
2nd Quarter, 2017
Supporting Staff: Asst. City Manager,
foster positive relationships
3rd Quarter, 2017
other staff as needed
amongst community members
• Receive information and feedback
from participants attending the
Commissions: Human Rights,
Imagine Roseville events about
Inclusion, and Engagement Commission
immigration
th
4 Quarter, 2017
Others: Consultants
• Conduct Imagine Roseville event
discussing police data and
transparency
2018 and Beyond
• Continue Imagine Roseville events
on subjects determined by the City
Council
Measures of Success: Receive evaluation feedback from participants of Imagine Roseville events
Approved
, 2017
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Roseville City Priority Plan
2017-2018
Strategic Priority: Inclusive Community and Governance
Strategic Initiative: Review and Consider Inclusive City Policies and Procedures through Possible Participation in the Government
Alliance on Race and Equity (GARE) Program
Desired Outcomes: Implementation of inclusive City policies and procedures
Goals/Focus Area
Review and consider inclusive
city policies and procedures
Responsible Staff/Commission
Staff Lead: Assistant City Manager
Supporting Staff: City Manager, All
City Staff
Commissions: Human Rights,
Inclusion, and Engagement Commission
Others: Consultants
Timeline
Quarter, 2017
2nd Quarter, 2017
3rd Quarter, 2017
4th Quarter, 2017
• Consider participation in GARE
program in 2018
2018 and Beyond
• Review City policies and procedures
for inclusiveness (potentially in
conjunction with the GARE
program)
1st
Status
Measures of Success: Adoption of inclusive City policies and procedures
Approved
, 2017
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Roseville City Priority Plan
2017-2018
Strategic Priority: Capital Improvements
Strategic Initiative: Increase Pedestrian Connectivity
Desired Outcomes: Implementation of Updated Pathway Master Plan
Goals/Focus Area
Development of Updated
Pathway Master Plan
Responsible Staff/Commission
Staff Lead: Public Works Department
Supporting Staff: Parks and
Recreation Department, City Manager,
Commissions: Public Works,
Environment and Transportation
Commission, Parks and Recreation
Commission
Others: Consultants
Timeline
1st Quarter, 2017
2nd Quarter, 2017
3rd Quarter, 2016
• Begin Work on Updating Pathway
Master Plan
th
4 Quarter, 2017
• Provide Update/Draft of Pathway
Plan to City Council
2018 and Beyond
• Complete Update to Pathway Master
Plan and bring forward for approval
and implementation
Status
Measures of Success: Amount of additional lineal feet of pathways constructed; # of pathways constructed that make key
connections as identified in the plan
Approved
, 2017
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Roseville City Priority Plan
2017-2018
Strategic Priority: Capital Improvements
Strategic Initiative: Ensure Sustainable Capital Improvement Funding
Desired Outcomes:
Adopted comprehensive infrastructure plan and funding strategy
Goals/Focus Area
Comprehensively review future
capital needs and adjust funding
strategy as needed
Responsible Staff/Commission
Staff Lead: Finance Department
Supporting Staff: City Manager, All
Departments
Commissions: Public Works,
Environment and Transportation
Commission, Parks and Recreation
Commission, Finance Commission
Others:
Timeline
Quarter, 2017
2nd Quarter, 2017
3rd Quarter, 2017
• Consider creating working group to
review the future capital
improvement funding plan and make
recommendations for adjustment to
funding plan as necessary
th
4 Quarter, 2017
• Working group begins on review of
capital improvement needs and
funding strategies
2018 and Beyond
• Working group completes review
and makes recommendations to City
Council to incorporate into the 2019
budget
1st
Status
Measure of Success: Completion of review of future capital needs and implementation of funding strategies
Approved
, 2017
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Roseville City Priority Plan
2017-2018
Strategic Priority: Capital Improvements
Strategic Initiative: Provide Timely and Transparent Capital Improvement Budget Information
Desired Outcomes:
Easily accessible and clear information about the Capital Improvement Budget
Goals/Focus Area
Creation of documents that
provide timely and clear
information about the Capital
Improvement Budget for the City
Council and the public.
Responsible Staff/Commission
Staff Lead: Finance Department
Supporting Staff: City Manager, All
Departments
Commissions: Finance Commission
Others:
Timeline
Quarter, 2017
2nd Quarter, 2017
3rd Quarter, 2017
• Provide 2018-2037 Capital
Improvement Budget documents
that provide the level and depth of
information desired
4th Quarter, 2017
• City Council check-in about the
value of documents provided as part
of the CIP process
2018 and Beyond
• Continue to utilize Capital
Improvement Budget documents
subject to future tweaking
1st
Status
Measure of Success: Satisfaction of Capital Improvement Budget documents by City Council and general public
Approved
, 2017
REQUEST FOR COUNCIL ACTION
Date:
7/10/2017
Item No.: 9.a
Department Approval
Item Description:
1
2
3
City Manager Approval
Approve Payments
BACKGROUND
State Statute requires the City Council to approve all payment of claims. The following summary of claims
has been submitted to the City for payment.
4
Check Series #
ACH Payments
85680-85941
Total
Amount
$576,620.29
$805,138.82
$1,381,759.11
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
A detailed report of the claims is attached. City Staff has reviewed the claims and considers them to be
appropriate for the goods and services received.
POLICY OBJECTIVE
Under Mn State Statute, all claims are required to be paid within 35 days of receipt.
FINANCIAL IMPACTS
All expenditures listed above have been funded by the current budget, from donated monies, or from cash
reserves.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION
Staff recommends approval of all payment of claims.
REQUESTED COUNCIL ACTION
Motion to approve the payment of claims as submitted
17
18
19
20
Prepared by:
Attachments:
Chris Miller, Finance Director
A:
Checks for Approval
Page 1 of 1
Attachment A
Accounts Payable
Checks for Approval
User:
Printed:
mary.jenson
7/5/2017 - 10:05 AM
Check Number
Check Date
Fund Name
Account Name
Vendor Name
Invoice Desc.
86068
86068
0
0
86123
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/20/2017
06/27/2017
06/21/2017
Boulevard Landscaping
Boulevard Landscaping
Boulevard Landscaping
Boulevard Landscaping
Boulevard Landscaping
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
LTG Power Equipment
LTG Power Equipment
Mills Fleet Farm-CC
Sprinkler Warehouse-CC
Trugreen L.P.
Vehicle Supplies
Vehicle Supplies
Dehumidifier
Smart Sprinkler Controller
Lawn Supplies
86060
86070
0
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/27/2017
Building Improvements
Central Svcs Equip Revolving
Charitable Gambling
Repairs & Maintenance
Rental - Office Machines
Federal Income Tax
1,594.24
Fund Total:
1,594.24
Conduit Repair
06/27/2017
06/27/2017
Charitable Gambling
Charitable Gambling
AP-Checks for Approval (7/5/2017 - 10:05 AM)
FICA Employee Ded.
FICA Employee Ded.
163.75
Fund Total:
163.75
Marco Technologies
IRS EFTPS- Non Bank
IRS EFTPS- Non Bank
163.75
Repairs & Maintenance Total:
Copier Charges
7,714.90
Rental - Office Machines Total:
7,714.90
Fund Total:
7,714.90
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 Federal Income Tax
Federal Income Tax Total:
0
0
61.40
127.68
320.30
435.96
648.90
Operating Supplies Total:
Killmer Electric Co., Inc.
IRS EFTPS- Non Bank
Amount
7.37
7.37
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 FICA Employee Portion 7.01
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 Medicare Employee Portion
1.64
Page 1
Check Number
0
0
Check Date
06/27/2017
06/27/2017
Fund Name
Charitable Gambling
Charitable Gambling
Account Name
FICA Employers Share
FICA Employers Share
Vendor Name
Invoice Desc.
Amount
FICA Employee Ded. Total:
8.65
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 Medicare Employer Portion
1.64
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 FICA Employer Portion 7.01
IRS EFTPS- Non Bank
IRS EFTPS- Non Bank
FICA Employers Share Total:
0
06/27/2017
Charitable Gambling
MN State Retirement
MSRS-Non Bank
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 Post Employment Health Plan
1.05
MN State Retirement Total:
0
06/27/2017
Charitable Gambling
PERA Employee Ded
PERA-Non Bank
06/27/2017
06/27/2017
Charitable Gambling
Charitable Gambling
PERA Employer Share
PERA Employer Share
PERA-Non Bank
PERA-Non Bank
06/27/2017
Charitable Gambling
State Income Tax
MN Dept of Revenue-Non Bank
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 State Income Tax
State Income Tax Total:
Fund Total:
86152
06/27/2017
Community Development
Advertising
Lillie Suburban Newspaper Inc
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
Community Development
Community Development
Community Development
Building Surcharge
Building Surcharge
Building Surcharge
D Bassing Electric
Kariann Fleck
Mn Dept of Labor & Industry
Notices, Ordinances-Acct: 000262
06/20/2017
Community Development
AP-Checks for Approval (7/5/2017 - 10:05 AM)
Conferences
Cub Foods- CC
3.91
3.91
81.65
81.65
Electrical Permit Refund-3069 W Owasso Blvd
1.00
Void Permits Refund
3.00
Building Permit Surcharges
2,953.23
Building Surcharge Total:
0
7.84
44.26
Advertising Total:
86027
86039
86080
6.79
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 Pera additional employer match
1.05
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 Pera Employer Contribution
6.79
PERA Employer Share Total:
0
1.05
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 Pera Employee Contribution
6.79
PERA Employee Ded Total:
0
0
8.65
Conference Supplies
2,957.23
55.32
Page 2
Check Number
Check Date
Fund Name
Account Name
Vendor Name
Invoice Desc.
Amount
Conferences Total:
86031
86086
86086
86107
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
Community Development
Community Development
Community Development
Community Development
Deposits
Deposits
Deposits
Deposits
Dream Homes, Inc.
My Home Source
My Home Source
Shingobee Construction
Construction Deposit Refund-718 Lovell Ave W1,000.00
Construction Deposit Refund-667 Cope Ave W 800.00
Construction Deposit Refund-663 Cope Ave W 800.00
Construction Deposit Refund-2005 Twin Lakes4,000.00
Parkway-Aldi
Deposits Total:
0
06/21/2017
Community Development
Electrical Inspections
Tokle Inspections, Inc.
Electrical Inspections-May
Electrical Inspections Total:
0
86027
86039
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
Community Development
Community Development
Community Development
Electrical Permits
Electrical Permits
Electrical Permits
55.32
6,600.00
6,031.92
6,031.92
Collins Electrical Construction Co. Electrical Permit Refund-2501 Snelling Ave
60.80
D Bassing Electric
Electrical Permit Refund-3069 W Owasso Blvd 100.00
Kariann Fleck
Void Permits Refund
82.00
Electrical Permits Total:
0
06/27/2017
Community Development
Federal Income Tax
IRS EFTPS- Non Bank
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 Federal Income Tax 4,453.07
Federal Income Tax Total:
0
0
06/27/2017
06/27/2017
Community Development
Community Development
FICA Employee Ded.
FICA Employee Ded.
IRS EFTPS- Non Bank
IRS EFTPS- Non Bank
06/27/2017
06/27/2017
Community Development
Community Development
FICA Employers Share
FICA Employers Share
IRS EFTPS- Non Bank
IRS EFTPS- Non Bank
06/21/2017
Community Development
General Miscellaneous
D Bassing Electric
06/21/2017
Community Development
AP-Checks for Approval (7/5/2017 - 10:05 AM)
Heating Permits
Kariann Fleck
2,777.36
Electrical Permit Refund-3069 W Owasso Blvd
General Miscellaneous Total:
86039
2,777.36
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 FICA Employer Portion
2,250.94
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 Medicare Employer Portion
526.42
FICA Employers Share Total:
86027
4,453.07
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 Medicare Employee Portion
526.42
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 FICA Employee Portion
2,250.94
FICA Employee Ded. Total:
0
0
242.80
Void Permits Refund
1.00
1.00
61.00
Page 3
Check Number
Check Date
Fund Name
Account Name
Vendor Name
Invoice Desc.
Heating Permits Total:
86156
06/27/2017
Community Development
HSA Employee
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 HSA Employee
Premier Bank
HSA Employee Total:
0
06/27/2017
Community Development
ICMA Def Comp
06/21/2017
Community Development
Life Ins. Employee
LINA
Life Insurance Premium-June 2017
Life Ins. Employee Total:
86066
06/21/2017
Community Development
Life Ins. Employer
LINA
Life Insurance Premium-June 2017
Life Ins. Employer Total:
86066
06/21/2017
Community Development
Long Term Disability
LINA
Life Insurance Premium-June 2017
Long Term Disability Total:
86089
06/21/2017
Community Development
Medical Ins Employee
NJPA
Health Insurance Premium-June 2017
Medical Ins Employee Total:
86089
06/21/2017
Community Development
Medical Ins Employer
NJPA
Health Insurance Premium-June 2017
Medical Ins Employer Total:
86080
06/21/2017
Community Development
Miscellaneous Revenue
Mn Dept of Labor & Industry
Building Permit Surcharges-Retention
Miscellaneous Revenue Total:
0
06/27/2017
Community Development
MN State Retirement
MSRS-Non Bank
06/27/2017
Community Development
AP-Checks for Approval (7/5/2017 - 10:05 AM)
MNDCP Def Comp
383.68
383.68
Great West- Non Bank
2,090.49
218.20
218.20
57.13
57.13
176.73
176.73
701.15
701.15
4,659.98
4,659.98
-58.85
-58.85
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 Post Employment Health
354.40
Plan
MN State Retirement Total:
0
61.00
ICMA Retirement Trust 457-300227 PR Batch 00002.06.2017 ICMA Deferred Compensation
2,090.49
ICMA Def Comp Total:
86066
Amount
354.40
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 MNDCP Deferred Compensation
564.63
Page 4
Check Number
Check Date
Fund Name
Account Name
Vendor Name
Invoice Desc.
MNDCP Def Comp Total:
0
0
86105
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
Community Development
Community Development
Community Development
Office Supplies
Office Supplies
Office Supplies
Greenhaven Printing
Innovative Office Solutions
Schwaab Inc
Business Cards-A. Bahe
Office Supplies
Rubber Stamp Ink
Office Supplies Total:
0
0
86153
06/27/2017
06/21/2017
06/27/2017
Community Development
Community Development
Community Development
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Grateful Table-CC
Greenhaven Printing
National Awards & Fine Gifts
Lunch Meeting-K. Collins, R. Olsen
Business Cards
Badges
Operating Supplies Total:
0
06/27/2017
Community Development
PERA Employee Ded
06/27/2017
06/27/2017
Community Development
Community Development
PERA Employer Share
PERA Employer Share
PERA-Non Bank
PERA-Non Bank
06/21/2017
Community Development
Plumbing Permits
Kariann Fleck
Void Permits Refund
Plumbing Permits Total:
86017
0
0
0
0
86111
86111
86117
0
06/21/2017
06/20/2017
06/20/2017
06/27/2017
06/20/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
Community Development
Community Development
Community Development
Community Development
Community Development
Community Development
Community Development
Community Development
Community Development
Professional Services
Professional Services
Professional Services
Professional Services
Professional Services
Professional Services
Professional Services
Professional Services
Professional Services
Mike Bunnell
Byerly's- CC
FormSite.com-CC
Jimmy John's Sandwiches- CC
Panera Bread-CC
Sheila Stowell
Sheila Stowell
Time Saver Off Site Secretarial, Inc.
WSB & Associates, Inc.
Von Maur Department Store Plan Reviews
Comp. Plan Focus Group Supplies
Monthly Charge
No Receipt-Paschke
Supplies
Mileage Reimbursement
Planning Commission Meeting Minutes
Planning Commission Meeting Minutes
Comprehensive Plan-Project Management
Professional Services Total:
86034
06/21/2017
Community Development
AP-Checks for Approval (7/5/2017 - 10:05 AM)
Sands Company (SCI Associates)
78.00
164.74
11.75
254.49
20.20
39.00
18.70
77.90
2,414.10
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 Pera additional employer
371.40
match
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 Pera Employer Contribution
2,414.10
PERA Employer Share Total:
86039
564.63
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 Pera Employee Contribution
2,414.10
PERA-Non Bank
PERA Employee Ded Total:
0
0
Amount
Ehlers & Associates, Inc.
Prepare for and Attend EDA Meeting
2,785.50
91.00
91.00
3,045.00
99.60
49.95
53.42
294.43
9.30
218.75
207.00
4,738.00
8,715.45
293.75
Page 5
Check Number
Check Date
Fund Name
Account Name
Vendor Name
Invoice Desc.
Sands Company (SCI Associates) Total:
0
06/27/2017
Community Development
State Income Tax
MN Dept of Revenue-Non Bank
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 State Income Tax
State Income Tax Total:
86039
06/21/2017
Community Development
Technology Fee
Kariann Fleck
Void Permits Refund
Technology Fee Total:
0
0
06/27/2017
06/27/2017
Community Development
Community Development
Training
Training
MN Assoc of Plumbing-CC
National Fire Sprinkler-CC
Training
AHJ Plan Review
Training Total:
0
06/21/2017
Community Development
Vehicles/Equipment
Bob Proulx
Mileage Reimbursement
Vehicles/Equipment Total:
Fund Total:
86064
86090
86103
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
Contracted Engineering Svcs
Contracted Engineering Svcs
Contracted Engineering Svcs
Deposits
Deposits
Deposits
Lance Lenarz
Northern Asphalt
Gregory Sampson
06/27/2017
Contracted Engineering Svcs
Federal Income Tax
IRS EFTPS- Non Bank
Escrow Return-2179 Marion Road
Escrow Return-1500 County Road B2
Escrow Return-3005 Woodbridge St.
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 Federal Income Tax
Federal Income Tax Total:
0
0
06/27/2017
06/27/2017
Contracted Engineering Svcs
Contracted Engineering Svcs
FICA Employee Ded.
FICA Employee Ded.
IRS EFTPS- Non Bank
IRS EFTPS- Non Bank
06/27/2017
06/27/2017
Contracted Engineering Svcs
Contracted Engineering Svcs
AP-Checks for Approval (7/5/2017 - 10:05 AM)
FICA Employers Share
FICA Employers Share
IRS EFTPS- Non Bank
IRS EFTPS- Non Bank
1,724.89
1,724.89
4.08
4.08
45.00
50.00
95.00
85.07
85.07
3,000.00
9,000.00
3,000.00
15,000.00
639.88
639.88
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 Medicare Employee Portion
87.26
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 FICA Employee Portion373.09
FICA Employee Ded. Total:
0
0
293.75
51,727.48
Deposits Total:
0
Amount
460.35
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 FICA Employer Portion373.09
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 Medicare Employer Portion
87.26
Page 6
Check Number
Check Date
Fund Name
Account Name
Vendor Name
Invoice Desc.
FICA Employers Share Total:
86156
06/27/2017
Contracted Engineering Svcs
HSA Employee
Premier Bank
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 HSA Employee
HSA Employee Total:
86066
06/21/2017
Contracted Engineering Svcs
Life Ins. Employee
LINA
Life Insurance Premium-June 2017
Life Ins. Employee Total:
86066
06/21/2017
Contracted Engineering Svcs
Life Ins. Employer
LINA
Life Insurance Premium-June 2017
Life Ins. Employer Total:
86066
06/21/2017
Contracted Engineering Svcs
Long Term Disability
LINA
Life Insurance Premium-June 2017
Long Term Disability Total:
86089
06/21/2017
Contracted Engineering Svcs
Medical Ins Employee
NJPA
Health Insurance Premium-June 2017
Medical Ins Employee Total:
86089
06/21/2017
Contracted Engineering Svcs
Medical Ins Employer
NJPA
Health Insurance Premium-June 2017
Medical Ins Employer Total:
0
06/27/2017
Contracted Engineering Svcs
MN State Retirement
MSRS-Non Bank
06/27/2017
Contracted Engineering Svcs
MNDCP Def Comp
Great West- Non Bank
06/27/2017
Contracted Engineering Svcs
PERA Employee Ded
PERA-Non Bank
06/27/2017
06/27/2017
Contracted Engineering Svcs
Contracted Engineering Svcs
AP-Checks for Approval (7/5/2017 - 10:05 AM)
PERA Employer Share
PERA Employer Share
PERA-Non Bank
PERA-Non Bank
117.86
16.10
16.10
9.60
9.60
32.81
32.81
13.04
13.04
1,120.36
1,120.36
61.18
100.00
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 Pera Employee Contribution
397.70
PERA Employee Ded Total:
0
0
117.86
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 MNDCP Deferred Compensation
100.00
MNDCP Def Comp Total:
0
460.35
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 Post Employment Health61.18
Plan
MN State Retirement Total:
0
Amount
397.70
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 Pera additional employer61.18
match
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 Pera Employer Contribution
397.70
Page 7
Check Number
Check Date
Fund Name
Account Name
Vendor Name
Invoice Desc.
PERA Employer Share Total:
0
06/27/2017
Contracted Engineering Svcs
State Income Tax
MN Dept of Revenue-Non Bank
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 State Income Tax
State Income Tax Total:
86129
06/21/2017
Contracted Engineering Svcs
Telephone
Verizon Wireless
Cell Phones
Telephone Total:
Fund Total:
86111
06/21/2017
EDA Operating Fund (HRA)
Professional Services
Sheila Stowell
0
86050
0
86152
06/21/2017
06/27/2017
06/21/2017
06/20/2017
06/27/2017
EDA Operating Fund (HRA)
Fire Vehicles Revolving
Fire Vehicles Revolving
Fire Vehicles Revolving
General Fund
Training
Fire Department Vehicles
Fire Department Vehicles
Fire Department Vehicles
Advertising
Economic Development Meeting Minutes
St. Paul Area Chamber of Commerce Small Business Series Ticket
06/21/2017
General Fund
AP-Checks for Approval (7/5/2017 - 10:05 AM)
Career Development Training
286.36
972.49
972.49
262.50
262.50
180.00
180.00
Fund Total:
442.50
Advanced Graphix, Inc.
HealthEast Vehicle Services
Ram Mounts-CC
Custom Wrap Graphics
Vehicle Updating
Command Car
3,842.50
9,171.75
71.65
Fire Department Vehicles Total:
13,085.90
Fund Total:
13,085.90
Lillie Suburban Newspaper Inc
Scott Wendel
286.36
Training Total:
Notices, Ordinances-Acct: 000262
Advertising Total:
0
458.88
20,146.96
Professional Services Total:
86109
Amount
Tuition Reimbursement
109.55
109.55
1,455.84
Page 8
Check Number
86010
86010
86012
86012
86046
86046
86046
86046
86058
86058
Check Date
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
Fund Name
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
Account Name
Clothing
Clothing
Clothing
Clothing
Clothing
Clothing
Clothing
Clothing
Clothing
Clothing
Vendor Name
Invoice Desc.
Career Development Training Total:
1,455.84
Boots
Uniform Supplies
Uniform Supplies
Uniform Supplies
CSO Uniform Supplies
CSO Uniform Supplies
CSO Uniform Supplies
CSO Uniform Supplies
Uniform Supplies
Uniform Supplies
114.35
71.55
223.05
142.76
39.98
119.99
13.18
-13.18
58.28
62.70
Aspen Mills Inc.
Aspen Mills Inc.
Avenue Shirt Works
Avenue Shirt Works
Galls Incorporated
Galls Incorporated
Galls Incorporated
Galls Incorporated
Keeprs Inc
Keeprs Inc
Clothing Total:
0
06/27/2017
General Fund
Community Grants
Volgistics-CC
Volunteer Tracking
Community Grants Total:
0
0
0
0
0
86083
0
06/20/2017
06/20/2017
06/20/2017
06/20/2017
06/20/2017
06/21/2017
06/20/2017
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
Conferences
Conferences
Conferences
Conferences
Conferences
Conferences
Conferences
American Airlines-CC
Conference Transportation
Courtyard by Marriot-CC
Conference Lodging
Craguns Lodge - CC
PLEAA Conference Lodging
Green Mill- CC
Conference Meal
Volunteer Conference Registration-O'Brien
MNGTS.Org-CC
MPERLA Conference Registration Conference Registration-Bacon
Twin Cities Retail Crime Training-CCInvestigators Conference
Conferences Total:
86091
06/21/2017
General Fund
Const. Operating Supplies
Northwest Lasers and Instruments, Inc.
Paint, Nails
Const. Operating Supplies Total:
0
86050
86050
0
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
Contract Maint - Vehicles
Contract Maint - Vehicles
Contract Maint - Vehicles
Contract Maint - Vehicles
Advanced Graphix, Inc.
HealthEast Vehicle Services
HealthEast Vehicle Services
Mister Car Wash
License Plate Decals
Vehicle Updating
Vehicle Updating
Vehicle Washes
Contract Maint - Vehicles Total:
86045
06/21/2017
General Fund
AP-Checks for Approval (7/5/2017 - 10:05 AM)
Contract Maint. - City Hall
G & K Services
Amount
Mats
832.66
519.00
519.00
370.91
549.54
200.00
52.00
300.00
250.00
150.00
1,872.45
62.34
62.34
222.00
509.58
1,314.60
100.80
2,146.98
76.80
Page 9
Check Number
Check Date
Fund Name
Account Name
Vendor Name
Invoice Desc.
86067
06/21/2017
General Fund
Contract Maint. - City Hall
Linn Building Maintenance
General Cleaning-June 2017
Contract Maint. - City Hall Total:
0
86045
86067
0
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/27/2017
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
Contract Maint. - City Garage
Contract Maint. - City Garage
Contract Maint. - City Garage
Contract Maint. - City Garage
Adam's Pest Control Inc
G & K Services
Linn Building Maintenance
Nitti Sanitation-CC
Quarterly Service
Mats
General Cleaning-June 2017
Regular Service
Contract Maint. - City Garage Total:
0
06/21/2017
General Fund
Contract Maint.- Old City Hall
Adam's Pest Control Inc
Monthly Service
Contract Maint.- Old City Hall Total:
0
86134
86025
0
86067
0
86096
86096
86098
0
06/21/2017
06/27/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/27/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/27/2017
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
Contract Maintenance
Contract Maintenance
Contract Maintenance
Contract Maintenance
Contract Maintenance
Contract Maintenance
Contract Maintenance
Contract Maintenance
Contract Maintenance
Contract Maintenance
Adam's Pest Control Inc
Barnum Gate Services, Inc.
Comcast
Criterion, Inc.
Linn Building Maintenance
Nitti Sanitation-CC
Precision Landscape & Tree,Inc
Precision Landscape & Tree,Inc
Ramsey County
Yale Mechanical, LLC
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
General Fund
General Fund
Dispatching Services
Dispatching Services
Ramsey County
Ramsey County
911 Dispatch Services
911 Dispatch Services-CAD Services
Dispatching Services Total:
0
0
06/27/2017
06/27/2017
General Fund
General Fund
Employee Recognition
Employee Recognition
Byerly's- CC
Target- CC
Employee Recognition Supplies
Employee Recognition Supplies
Employee Recognition Total:
86089
86089
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
General Fund
General Fund
AP-Checks for Approval (7/5/2017 - 10:05 AM)
Employer Insurance
Employer Insurance
NJPA
NJPA
3,633.15
3,709.95
106.00
76.80
1,150.00
339.66
1,672.46
79.00
79.00
Quarterly Service
100.00
Gate Repair
347.50
Business Services
108.33
Quarterly Subscription Services
4,657.50
General Cleaning-June 2017
642.85
Regular Service
100.98
Reissue of Lost Check 84030
1,890.00
2016 DISEASED AND HAZARD TREE REMOVAL
207.00
Fleet Support Fee
368.16
RPZ Testing
175.00
Contract Maintenance Total:
86098
86098
Amount
Health Insurance Premium-June 2017
Health Insurance Premium-June 2017
8,597.32
29,120.70
5,685.98
34,806.68
103.86
13.47
117.33
980.00
740.00
Page 10
Check Number
Check Date
Fund Name
Account Name
Vendor Name
Invoice Desc.
Employer Insurance Total:
0
06/27/2017
General Fund
Federal Income Tax
06/27/2017
06/27/2017
General Fund
General Fund
FICA Employee Ded.
FICA Employee Ded.
IRS EFTPS- Non Bank
IRS EFTPS- Non Bank
06/27/2017
06/27/2017
General Fund
General Fund
FICA Employers Share
FICA Employers Share
IRS EFTPS- Non Bank
IRS EFTPS- Non Bank
06/21/2017
General Fund
Financial Support
MN Child Support Payment Cntr
Remittance ID: 0015005038
Financial Support Total:
0
0
0
0
06/27/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/27/2017
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
Flex Spending Day Care
Flex Spending Day Care
Flex Spending Day Care
Flex Spending Day Care
Dependent Care Reimbursement
Dependent Care Reimbursement
Dependent Care Reimbursement
Dependent Care Reimbursement
Flex Spending Day Care Total:
0
0
0
06/21/2017
06/27/2017
06/27/2017
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
Flex Spending Health
Flex Spending Health
Flex Spending Health
Flexible Benefits Reimbursement
Flexible Benefit Reimbursement
Flexible Benefits Reimbursement
Flex Spending Health Total:
86156
06/27/2017
General Fund
HSA Employee
Premier Bank
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 HSA Employee
HSA Employee Total:
0
0
06/27/2017
06/27/2017
General Fund
General Fund
AP-Checks for Approval (7/5/2017 - 10:05 AM)
ICMA Def Comp
ICMA Def Comp
12,468.34
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 Medicare Employer Portion
4,676.54
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 FICA Employer Portion
7,791.80
FICA Employers Share Total:
86078
37,748.36
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 Medicare Employee Portion
4,676.54
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 FICA Employee Portion
7,791.80
FICA Employee Ded. Total:
0
0
1,720.00
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 Federal Income Tax 37,748.36
IRS EFTPS- Non Bank
Federal Income Tax Total:
0
0
Amount
12,468.34
354.43
354.43
2,000.00
578.00
384.62
1,488.00
4,450.62
40.00
33.67
112.49
186.16
3,462.69
3,462.69
ICMA Retirement Trust 457-300227 PR Batch 00002.06.2017 ICMA Deferred Compensation
400.00
ICMA Retirement Trust 457-300227 PR Batch 00002.06.2017 ICMA Deferred Compensation
2,294.53
Page 11
Check Number
Check Date
Fund Name
Account Name
Vendor Name
Invoice Desc.
ICMA Def Comp Total:
86066
86066
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
General Fund
General Fund
Life Ins. Employee
Life Ins. Employee
LINA
LINA
Life Insurance Premium-June 2017
Life Insurance Premium-June 2017
Life Ins. Employee Total:
86066
06/21/2017
General Fund
Life Ins. Employer
LINA
Life Insurance Premium-June 2017
Life Ins. Employer Total:
86066
06/21/2017
General Fund
Long Term Disability
LINA
Life Insurance Premium-June 2017
Long Term Disability Total:
86089
86089
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
General Fund
General Fund
Medical Ins Employee
Medical Ins Employee
NJPA
NJPA
Health Insurance Premium-June 2017
Health Insurance Premium-June 2017
Medical Ins Employee Total:
86089
06/21/2017
General Fund
Medical Ins Employer
NJPA
Health Insurance Premium-June 2017
Medical Ins Employer Total:
0
0
0
0
0
86081
0
0
0
06/27/2017
06/27/2017
06/27/2017
06/20/2017
06/27/2017
06/21/2017
06/20/2017
06/27/2017
06/27/2017
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
Memberships & Subscriptions
Memberships & Subscriptions
Memberships & Subscriptions
Memberships & Subscriptions
Memberships & Subscriptions
Memberships & Subscriptions
Memberships & Subscriptions
Memberships & Subscriptions
Memberships & Subscriptions
Finance & Commerce-CC
Subscription Renewal
Firefighter Licensing-CC
Membership Dues
Firefighter Licensing-CC
Membership Dues
Firenuggets-CC
Membership/License Dues
Intl Society of Fire Instructors-CC Membership Dues
MN Emergency Medical Services Board
EMR Program Fee
MN GFOA-CC
Membership Dues-Weix
MN GFOA-CC
Membership Renewal
WSJ.com-CC
Subscription Renewal
Memberships & Subscriptions Total:
0
06/27/2017
General Fund
Minnesota Benefit Ded
MN Benefit Association
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 Minnesota Benefit
Minnesota Benefit Ded Total:
AP-Checks for Approval (7/5/2017 - 10:05 AM)
Amount
2,694.53
9.61
1,865.60
1,875.21
479.26
479.26
1,544.14
1,544.14
5,898.82
6,567.58
12,466.40
51,362.60
51,362.60
279.00
150.00
75.00
150.00
125.00
100.00
60.00
60.00
395.88
1,394.88
66.55
66.55
Page 12
Check Number
Check Date
Fund Name
Account Name
Vendor Name
Invoice Desc.
0
0
0
0
0
06/27/2017
06/27/2017
06/27/2017
06/20/2017
06/20/2017
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous
Jimmy John's Sandwiches- CC
Mariannes Kitchen-CC
Tavern Grill-CC
TLF Flowers-CC
Walmart-CC
Imagine Roseville Meeting Supplies
Lunch Meeting w/CD Director-Trudgeon
Lunch Meeting w/Mayor Roe-Trudgeon
Flowers for James Andre Funeral
Council Chambers Supplies
Miscellaneous Total:
0
06/27/2017
General Fund
MN State Retirement
MSRS-Non Bank
06/27/2017
General Fund
MNDCP Def Comp
Great West- Non Bank
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
Motor Fuel
Motor Fuel
Motor Fuel
Mansfield Oil Company
Mansfield Oil Company
Zahl Petroleum Maintenance Co
06/27/2017
06/27/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/20/2017
06/27/2017
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
Office Supplies
Office Supplies
Office Supplies
Office Supplies
Office Supplies
Office Supplies
Office Supplies
Amazon.com- CC
Amazon.com- CC
Innovative Office Solutions
Innovative Office Solutions
Innovative Office Solutions
Innovative Office Solutions-CC
Innovative Office Solutions-CC
Office Supplies
Office Supplies
Office Supplies
Office Supplies
Office Supplies
Office Supplies
Office Supplies
Office Supplies Total:
86122
86122
86122
86122
0
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/27/2017
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
Op Supplies - City Hall
Op Supplies - City Hall
Op Supplies - City Hall
Op Supplies - City Hall
Op Supplies - City Hall
Trio Supply Company
Trio Supply Company
Trio Supply Company
Trio Supply Company
Walmart-CC
Restroom Supplies
Restroom Supplies
Restroom Supplies-Credit
Restroom Supplies-Credit
Table
Op Supplies - City Hall Total:
0
0
06/20/2017
06/20/2017
General Fund
General Fund
AP-Checks for Approval (7/5/2017 - 10:05 AM)
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Amazon.com- CC
Amazon.com- CC
3,133.21
9,634.29
2017 BLANKET PO FOR FUEL. STATE BID 8,615.70
BUEL CONTRACT
2017 BLANKET PO FOR FUEL. STATE BID 7,957.70
BUEL CONTRACT
Fuel
472.73
Motor Fuel Total:
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
214.94
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 MNDCP Deferred Compensation
9,634.29
MNDCP Def Comp Total:
0
0
86132
72.08
23.24
18.21
69.53
31.88
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 Post Employment Health
3,133.21
Plan
MN State Retirement Total:
0
Amount
Notebook
Cleaning Supplies
17,046.13
35.99
199.99
27.62
35.75
1,732.53
73.14
5.56
2,110.58
150.75
199.85
-331.65
-347.58
16.05
-312.58
38.43
132.10
Page 13
Check Number
Check Date
Fund Name
Account Name
Vendor Name
Invoice Desc.
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
86021
0
0
0
86026
86030
0
86032
86032
0
0
0
0
0
0
86041
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
86100
86100
86106
86160
86160
0
0
0
0
06/20/2017
06/20/2017
06/27/2017
06/27/2017
06/27/2017
06/27/2017
06/27/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/27/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/20/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/20/2017
06/27/2017
06/20/2017
06/20/2017
06/27/2017
06/27/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/27/2017
06/21/2017
06/27/2017
06/20/2017
06/20/2017
06/27/2017
06/20/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/27/2017
06/27/2017
06/20/2017
06/20/2017
06/20/2017
06/27/2017
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Amazon.com- CC
Amazon.com- CC
Amazon.com- CC
Amazon.com- CC
Amazon.com- CC
Amazon.com- CC
Amazon.com- CC
ARAMARK Services
ARAMARK Services
Best Buy- CC
CES Imaging
City of St. Paul
City of St. Paul
City of St. Paul
Commercial Asphalt Co
Diamond Vogel Paints, Inc.
Dollar Tree-CC
Dresser Trap Rock, Inc.
Dresser Trap Rock, Inc.
Dunn Bros Coffee-CC
EMP-CC
Evident Inc-CC
Fed Ex Kinko's-CC
Fed Ex Kinko's-CC
Fire Hose Direct-CC
Forest Lake Floral
Thomas Gray
Greenhaven Printing
Home Depot- CC
Innovative Office Solutions
Jake the Plumber-CC
Menards-CC
Menards-CC
Office Depot- CC
Panera Bread-CC
RCM Specialties, Inc.
RCM Specialties, Inc.
Sherwin Williams Co.
Staples Business Advantage, Inc.
Staples Business Advantage, Inc.
Staples-CC
Suburban Ace Hardware-CC
Suburban Ace Hardware-CC
Suburban Ace Hardware-CC
Street Supplies
Cleaning Supplies
Station Supplies
Investigation, Office Supplies
Station Supplies
Station Supplies
Station Supplies
Coffee Supplies
Coffee Supplies
Portable Hard Drive
Ink
River Print Products
River Print Products
River Print Products
Dura Drive
Paint Supplies
Investigatioin Supplies
Road Supplies
Road Supplies
Coffee With a Cop
Medical Supplies
Sharps Container
Animal Control Forms
Foam Laptop Kit
Station Supplies
Memorial Wreath
K9 Supplies Reimbursement
Invoice Sheets
Station Supplies
Office Supplies
Plumbing Service
Skate Park Supplies
Plywood
Office Supplies
Interview Supplies
Emulsion
Emulsion
Paint Supplies
Toner
Toner
Credit
Extension Cord
Street Supplies
Spray Patcher
AP-Checks for Approval (7/5/2017 - 10:05 AM)
Amount
284.42
119.29
194.97
238.70
29.98
73.98
30.83
500.44
119.08
79.99
11.58
422.50
229.50
211.25
4,980.06
522.20
1.07
1,036.97
1,029.69
18.06
110.30
32.24
57.58
16.07
136.67
98.00
127.78
198.00
248.00
84.02
242.75
50.41
54.12
64.26
57.77
701.25
720.50
229.35
122.99
122.99
-3.48
22.99
155.73
10.99
Page 14
Check Number
Check Date
Fund Name
Account Name
Vendor Name
Invoice Desc.
0
0
0
0
06/27/2017
06/27/2017
06/27/2017
06/20/2017
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Suburban Ace Hardware-CC
Target- CC
Target- CC
Traffic Data-CC
Glass Scraper
Electronic Supplies
Storage Drawer
Nylon Loop
Operating Supplies Total:
86122
86122
86122
0
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/27/2017
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
Operating Supplies City Garage
Operating Supplies City Garage
Operating Supplies City Garage
PERA Employee Ded
Trio Supply Company
Trio Supply Company
Trio Supply Company
06/27/2017
06/27/2017
General Fund
General Fund
PERA Employer Share
PERA Employer Share
06/27/2017
General Fund
PERA Life Ins. Ded.
Operating Supplies City Garage Total:
-163.74
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 Pera Employee Contribution
29,033.46
PERA-Non Bank
PERA-Non Bank
PERA-Non Bank
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/27/2017
06/27/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/27/2017
06/21/2017
06/20/2017
06/27/2017
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
AP-Checks for Approval (7/5/2017 - 10:05 AM)
Professional Services
Professional Services
Professional Services
Professional Services
Professional Services
Professional Services
Professional Services
Professional Services
Professional Services
Professional Services
Professional Services
Professional Services
Professional Services
Professional Services
Professional Services
Professional Services
29,033.46
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 Pera additional employer
1,064.67
match
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 Pera Employer Contribution
40,055.76
NCPERS Life Ins#725800
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 PERA Life
PERA Life Ins. Ded. Total:
86009
0
0
0
0
86144
86051
86061
86065
86072
86111
86111
0
86120
0
0
14,066.58
33.71
-110.55
-86.90
PERA Employer Share Total:
0
5.99
10.71
38.54
44.97
Restroom Supplies
Restroom Supplies-Credit
Restroom Supplies-Credit
PERA Employee Ded Total:
0
0
Amount
Ammunition Disposal of MN
Ammunition Pick-Up
Erickson, Bell, Beckman & Quinn P.A.
General Civil Matters
Erickson, Bell, Beckman & Quinn P.A.
Grievance Arbritration
Erickson, Bell, Beckman & Quinn P.A.
Prosecution Services
Facebook-CC
Advertising
Group Health Inc.
Safety Meeting Consulting
Animal Control Boarding
Hillcrest Animal Hospital
Kodet Architectural Group Ltd.
Architectural Services
LexisNexis CopLogic Solutions, Inc. Minimum Commitment Balance
Martin McAllister, Inc.
Public Safety Assessment-Pham
Sheila Stowell
Mileage Reimbursement
Sheila Stowell
City Council Meeting Minutes
Survey Monkey.com-CC
Monthly Charge
TransUnion Risk and Alternative
Person Searches Acct: 212095
Twitter-CC
Outreach
UPS Store- CC
Shipping Charges
41,120.43
32.00
32.00
50.00
16,357.00
740.00
13,050.75
20.00
517.50
73.00
345.00
50.00
500.00
9.30
137.50
26.00
24.50
10.00
15.46
Page 15
Check Number
0
Check Date
06/27/2017
Fund Name
General Fund
Account Name
State Income Tax
Vendor Name
Invoice Desc.
Amount
Professional Services Total:
31,926.01
MN Dept of Revenue-Non Bank
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 State Income Tax
State Income Tax Total:
0
86129
86129
86129
0
06/27/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/27/2017
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
Telephone
Telephone
Telephone
Telephone
Telephone
Sprint- CC
Verizon Wireless
Verizon Wireless
Verizon Wireless
Walmart-CC
Cell Phones
Cell Phones
Cell Phones-Credit
Cell Phones
Phone Case
Telephone Total:
0
0
0
0
0
86028
0
0
0
86082
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
06/20/2017
06/20/2017
06/20/2017
06/20/2017
06/20/2017
06/21/2017
06/27/2017
06/27/2017
06/20/2017
06/21/2017
06/27/2017
06/20/2017
06/20/2017
06/20/2017
06/20/2017
06/20/2017
06/20/2017
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
Training
Training
Training
Training
Training
Training
Training
Training
Training
Training
Training
Training
Training
Training
Training
Training
Training
Brueggers Bagels- CC
Training Supplies
Cossetta-CC
Lunch During Training
Cossetta-CC
Lunch During Training
Cub Foods- CC
Training Supplies
Cub Foods- CC
Training Supplies
Dakota County Technical College Patrol Training
Davanni's -CC
Training Supplies
Dunkin Donuts-CC
Taining Supplies
Impark-CC
Parking
Mn National Latino Police Officer Assoc.
Training
National Fire Sprinkler-CC
AHJ Plan Review
Office Depot- CC
Training Supplies
Parking Ramp-CC
Patrol Training Parking
Parking Ramp-CC
Parking
Parking Ramp-CC
Parking
Staples-CC
Training Supplies
Target- CC
Training Supplies
Training Total:
0
0
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
General Fund
General Fund
Tuition Reimbursement
Tuition Reimbursement
Crystal Jones
Ku Tee
Tuition Reimbursement
Tuition Reimbursement
Tuition Reimbursement Total:
0
06/21/2017
General Fund
AP-Checks for Approval (7/5/2017 - 10:05 AM)
Utilities
Xcel Energy
Street Lights
14,579.67
14,579.67
76.60
35.01
-299.94
805.35
18.21
635.23
96.36
10.63
14.42
18.46
31.45
600.00
272.10
96.35
5.00
75.00
50.00
32.13
5.00
8.00
8.00
98.51
49.10
1,470.51
1,500.00
1,500.00
3,000.00
8.76
Page 16
Check Number
Check Date
Fund Name
Account Name
Vendor Name
Invoice Desc.
Utilities Total:
0
06/21/2017
General Fund
Utilities - City Garage
Xcel Energy
Garage/PW Building
Utilities - City Garage Total:
0
06/21/2017
General Fund
Utilities - City Hall
Xcel Energy
City Hall Building
Utilities - City Hall Total:
0
86023
86023
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
86036
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
06/20/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/27/2017
06/27/2017
06/27/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/27/2017
06/27/2017
06/27/2017
06/20/2017
06/20/2017
06/20/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/20/2017
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
AP-Checks for Approval (7/5/2017 - 10:05 AM)
Vehicle Supplies & Maintenance
Vehicle Supplies & Maintenance
Vehicle Supplies & Maintenance
Vehicle Supplies & Maintenance
Vehicle Supplies & Maintenance
Vehicle Supplies & Maintenance
Vehicle Supplies & Maintenance
Vehicle Supplies & Maintenance
Vehicle Supplies & Maintenance
Vehicle Supplies & Maintenance
Vehicle Supplies & Maintenance
Vehicle Supplies & Maintenance
Vehicle Supplies & Maintenance
Vehicle Supplies & Maintenance
Vehicle Supplies & Maintenance
Vehicle Supplies & Maintenance
Vehicle Supplies & Maintenance
Vehicle Supplies & Maintenance
Vehicle Supplies & Maintenance
Vehicle Supplies & Maintenance
Vehicle Supplies & Maintenance
Vehicle Supplies & Maintenance
Vehicle Supplies & Maintenance
Vehicle Supplies & Maintenance
Vehicle Supplies & Maintenance
Vehicle Supplies & Maintenance
Vehicle Supplies & Maintenance
Vehicle Supplies & Maintenance
Vehicle Supplies & Maintenance
Vehicle Supplies & Maintenance
Vehicle Supplies & Maintenance
Vehicle Supplies & Maintenance
Amazon.com- CC
Cintas Corporation #470
Cintas Corporation #470
Factory Motor Parts, Co.
Factory Motor Parts, Co.
Factory Motor Parts, Co.
Factory Motor Parts, Co.
Factory Motor Parts, Co.
Factory Motor Parts, Co.
Factory Motor Parts, Co.
Factory Motor Parts, Co.
Factory Motor Parts, Co.
Factory Motor Parts, Co.
Factory Motor Parts, Co.
Felling Trailers
FleetPride Truck & Trailer Parts
FleetPride Truck & Trailer Parts
FleetPride Truck & Trailer Parts
FleetPride Truck & Trailer Parts
Grainger Inc
Grainger Inc
Grainger Inc
Grainger Inc
Grainger Inc
Grainger Inc
Grainger Inc
Harbor Freight Tools-CC
Harbor Freight Tools-CC
Home Depot- CC
Kath Fuel Oil Service, Inc.
Kath Fuel Oil Service, Inc.
Mac Tools-CC
Vehicle Supplies
Uniform Cleaining
Uniform Cleaining
Vehicle Supplies
Vehicle Supplies
Vehicle Supplies
Vehicle Supplies
Vehicle Supplies
Vehicle Supplies
Vehicle Supplies
Vehicle Supplies
Vehicle Supplies
Vehicle Supplies
Vehicle Supplies
Fender
Vehicle Supplies
Vehicle Supplies
Vehicle Supplies
Vehicle Supplies
Absorbent
Mach Screw
Coupler
Splice Connectors
Car Wash Supplies
Gauges
Gauges
Credit
Vehicle Supplies
Vehicle Supplies
Oil
Oil
Vehicle Supplies
Amount
8.76
2,182.84
2,182.84
5,593.21
5,593.21
35.85
33.88
33.88
6.38
230.26
56.34
58.86
243.80
33.24
39.79
28.73
16.04
34.02
9.35
138.50
41.96
103.77
103.77
32.07
49.07
14.92
42.35
40.34
87.60
36.40
29.60
-21.42
29.98
64.06
384.00
89.70
90.08
Page 17
Check Number
Check Date
Fund Name
Account Name
Vendor Name
Invoice Desc.
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
86154
86093
86157
86157
86102
86102
86112
86112
86161
86161
0
86113
86121
06/27/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/20/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/27/2017
06/27/2017
06/27/2017
06/21/2017
06/27/2017
06/27/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/27/2017
06/27/2017
06/27/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
Vehicle Supplies & Maintenance
Vehicle Supplies & Maintenance
Vehicle Supplies & Maintenance
Vehicle Supplies & Maintenance
Vehicle Supplies & Maintenance
Vehicle Supplies & Maintenance
Vehicle Supplies & Maintenance
Vehicle Supplies & Maintenance
Vehicle Supplies & Maintenance
Vehicle Supplies & Maintenance
Vehicle Supplies & Maintenance
Vehicle Supplies & Maintenance
Vehicle Supplies & Maintenance
Vehicle Supplies & Maintenance
Vehicle Supplies & Maintenance
Vehicle Supplies & Maintenance
Vehicle Supplies & Maintenance
Vehicle Supplies & Maintenance
Vehicle Supplies & Maintenance
Vehicle Supplies & Maintenance
Vehicle Supplies & Maintenance
Vehicle Supplies & Maintenance
Vehicle Supplies & Maintenance
Mac Tools-CC
MacQueen Equipment
McMaster-Carr Supply Co
McMaster-Carr Supply Co
Menards-CC
Napa Auto Parts
Napa Auto Parts
Napa Auto Parts
Napa Auto Parts
Napa Auto Parts
Overhead Door Co of the Northland
Pirtek Midway
Regions Hospital
Regions Hospital
Roseville Chrysler Jeep Dodge
Roseville Chrysler Jeep Dodge
Suburban Tire Wholesale, Inc.
Suburban Tire Wholesale, Inc.
Suburban Tire Wholesale, Inc.
Suburban Tire Wholesale, Inc.
Sun Control Of MN- CC
Target Supplies
Tri State Bobcat, Inc
Tools
Vehicle Supplies
Vehicle Supplies
Vehicle Supplies
Squad Car Supplies
Vehicle Supplies
Vehicle Supplies
Vehicle Supplies
Vehicle Supplies
Vehicle Supplies
Transmitter Repair
Couplings
Pharm Stock Report, Procurement Expense
CPAP Masks
Vehicle Supplies
Vehicle Supplies
Tire Supplies
Tire Supplies
Vehicle Supplies
Vehicle Supplies
Window Film Installation
Diesel Fuel Additive
Vehicle Supplies
Vehicle Supplies & Maintenance Total:
0
0
0
0
0
06/20/2017
06/20/2017
06/27/2017
06/20/2017
06/20/2017
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
General Fund
Volunteer Recognition
Volunteer Recognition
Volunteer Recognition
Volunteer Recognition
Volunteer Recognition
Good Earth-CC
Ihop-CC
Jimmy John's Sandwiches- CC
Survey Monkey.com-CC
Walgreens-CC
Recognition Lunch W/Lead Volunteer
Conference Planning Meeting Supplies
Volunteer Supplies
Volunteer Recognition Supplies
Volunteer Supplies
Volunteer Recognition Total:
0
06/21/2017
General Fund
Work Session Expenses
Innovative Office Solutions
Office Supplies
Work Session Expenses Total:
Fund Total:
0
06/20/2017
General Fund Donations
AP-Checks for Approval (7/5/2017 - 10:05 AM)
Explorers - Supplies
Discount Mugs-CC
Amount
134.99
447.38
248.15
12.12
233.08
115.08
24.24
66.17
60.27
26.30
261.00
97.21
370.73
278.64
88.50
19.96
945.04
153.96
188.00
211.38
259.00
250.00
48.01
6,756.38
35.46
18.52
26.90
300.00
13.49
394.37
15.95
15.95
383,202.30
Glasses
359.88
Page 18
Check Number
Check Date
Fund Name
Account Name
Vendor Name
Invoice Desc.
Explorers - Supplies Total:
0
06/20/2017
General Fund Donations
K-9 - Supplies
Whistle-CC
Monthly Charge
K-9 - Supplies Total:
0
0
06/27/2017
06/20/2017
General Fund Donations
General Fund Donations
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
4Imprint-CC
Twin Cities Inflatables-CC
06/21/2017
Golf Course
Advertising
Tee Times Press
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
Golf Course
Golf Course
Golf Course
Golf Course
Clothing
Clothing
Clothing
Clothing
The Vernon Company
The Vernon Company
The Vernon Company
The Vernon Company
0
06/27/2017
06/27/2017
Golf Course
Golf Course
Contract Maintenance
Federal Income Tax
Nitti Sanitation-CC
IRS EFTPS- Non Bank
898.56
1,268.39
Kid Friendly Courses Advertising
Uniform Supplies
Uniform Supplies
Uniform Supplies
Uniform Supplies
06/27/2017
06/27/2017
Golf Course
Golf Course
FICA Employee Ded.
FICA Employee Ded.
IRS EFTPS- Non Bank
IRS EFTPS- Non Bank
06/27/2017
06/27/2017
Golf Course
Golf Course
AP-Checks for Approval (7/5/2017 - 10:05 AM)
FICA Employers Share
FICA Employers Share
IRS EFTPS- Non Bank
IRS EFTPS- Non Bank
250.00
967.57
76.56
467.78
330.06
1,841.97
79.56
Contract Maintenance Total:
79.56
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 Federal Income Tax
766.87
766.87
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 Medicare Employee Portion
127.17
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 FICA Employee Portion543.76
FICA Employee Ded. Total:
0
0
250.00
Regular Service
Federal Income Tax Total:
0
0
9.95
Operating Supplies Total:
Clothing Total:
0
9.95
603.56
295.00
Advertising Total:
86130
86130
86130
86130
359.88
Magnet Clips
Inflatables
Fund Total:
86114
Amount
670.93
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 FICA Employer Portion543.76
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 Medicare Employer Portion
127.17
Page 19
Check Number
Check Date
Fund Name
Account Name
Vendor Name
Invoice Desc.
FICA Employers Share Total:
86066
06/21/2017
Golf Course
Life Ins. Employee
LINA
Life Insurance Premium-June 2017
Life Ins. Employee Total:
86066
06/21/2017
Golf Course
Life Ins. Employer
LINA
Life Insurance Premium-June 2017
Life Ins. Employer Total:
86066
06/21/2017
Golf Course
Long Term Disability
LINA
Life Insurance Premium-June 2017
Long Term Disability Total:
86089
06/21/2017
Golf Course
Medical Ins Employee
NJPA
Health Insurance Premium-June 2017
Medical Ins Employee Total:
86089
06/21/2017
Golf Course
Medical Ins Employer
NJPA
Health Insurance Premium-June 2017
Medical Ins Employer Total:
86079
06/21/2017
Golf Course
Memberships & Subscriptions
Mn Dept of Health
2017 Statewide Hospitality Fee
Memberships & Subscriptions Total:
0
0
0
06/21/2017
06/27/2017
06/20/2017
Golf Course
Golf Course
Golf Course
Merchandise For Sale
Merchandise For Sale
Merchandise For Sale
Hornungs Pro Golf Sales, Inc.
Restaurant Depot- CC
Sam's Club-CC
Golf Supplies For Resale
Concession Items for Resale
Concession Items for Resale
Merchandise For Sale Total:
0
06/27/2017
Golf Course
MN State Retirement
MSRS-Non Bank
06/27/2017
Golf Course
MNDCP Def Comp
Great West- Non Bank
73.48
73.48
4.80
4.80
18.67
18.67
471.38
471.38
1,360.36
1,360.36
35.00
35.00
235.41
43.90
184.15
463.46
54.05
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 MNDCP Deferred Compensation
50.00
MNDCP Def Comp Total:
AP-Checks for Approval (7/5/2017 - 10:05 AM)
670.93
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 Post Employment Health54.05
Plan
MN State Retirement Total:
0
Amount
50.00
Page 20
Check Number
Check Date
Fund Name
Account Name
Vendor Name
Invoice Desc.
0
86013
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
06/27/2017
06/21/2017
06/20/2017
06/20/2017
06/20/2017
06/27/2017
06/20/2017
06/20/2017
06/27/2017
06/20/2017
06/20/2017
06/20/2017
06/27/2017
06/21/2017
Golf Course
Golf Course
Golf Course
Golf Course
Golf Course
Golf Course
Golf Course
Golf Course
Golf Course
Golf Course
Golf Course
Golf Course
Golf Course
Golf Course
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
AutoZone-CC
Batteries Plus Bulbs
Batteries Plus-CC
Central Irrigation-CC
Factory Motor Parts-CC
Gertens Greenhouses-CC
Menards-CC
Mills Fleet Farm-CC
Office Depot- CC
Suburban Ace Hardware-CC
Suburban Ace Hardware-CC
Suburban Ace Hardware-CC
Suburban Ace Hardware-CC
Sysco Mn
Shop Supplies
12V Flooded
Exit Light Battery
Irrigation Supplies
Solar Booster Pack
Flower Supplies
Garage Door Parts
Grease Gun Supplies
Office Supplies
Plumbing Supplies
Torch Gas
Hose Clamps
Paint Supplies
Concession Supplies
Operating Supplies Total:
0
06/27/2017
Golf Course
PERA Employee Ded
06/27/2017
06/27/2017
Golf Course
Golf Course
PERA Employer Share
PERA Employer Share
PERA-Non Bank
PERA-Non Bank
06/27/2017
Golf Course
State Income Tax
MN Dept of Revenue-Non Bank
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 State Income Tax
State Income Tax Total:
0
06/20/2017
Golf Course
Training
Serve Alcohol-CC
Alcohol Serving Training
Training Total:
0
0
0
0
06/27/2017
06/27/2017
06/27/2017
06/27/2017
Golf Course
Golf Course
Golf Course
Golf Course
Vehicle Supplies & Maintenance
Vehicle Supplies & Maintenance
Vehicle Supplies & Maintenance
Vehicle Supplies & Maintenance
Mills Fleet Farm-CC
MTI Distributing, Inc.
North Hgts Hardware Hank-CC
Suburban Ace Hardware-CC
Tubes
Atomic Blade
Weed Whip Repair
Shop Supplies
Vehicle Supplies & Maintenance Total:
AP-Checks for Approval (7/5/2017 - 10:05 AM)
1,394.76
351.34
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 Pera Employer Contribution
351.34
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 Pera additional employer54.05
match
PERA Employer Share Total:
0
3.82
106.95
13.95
40.93
159.99
369.10
8.35
80.88
129.61
7.67
4.27
7.96
25.23
436.05
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 Pera Employee Contribution
351.34
PERA-Non Bank
PERA Employee Ded Total:
0
0
Amount
405.39
360.24
360.24
38.12
38.12
47.11
150.04
34.80
27.99
259.94
Page 21
Check Number
Check Date
Fund Name
Account Name
Vendor Name
Invoice Desc.
Fund Total:
86099
06/21/2017
Housing Rep Program/Single Fam
196 So. McCarrons Land Purchas
Ramsey County Prop Rec & Rev
9,621.25
First Half Taxes-13.29.23.44.0002-196 S. McCarrons
Blvd
1,168.56
196 So. McCarrons Land Purchas Total:
86007
86059
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
Housing Rep Program/Single Fam
Housing Rep Program/Single Fam
196 So. McCarrons Prof. Servic
196 So. McCarrons Prof. Servic
Alex's Lawn & Turf
Kennedy & Graven, Chartered
Trim & Cut Grass
Purchase of 196 S. McCarrons Blvd
196 So. McCarrons Prof. Servic Total:
0
0
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
Housing Rep Program/Single Fam
Housing Rep Program/Single Fam
Utilities
Utilities
Xcel Energy
Xcel Energy
Roseville EDA
Roseville EDA
Utilities Total:
Fund Total:
0
06/20/2017
Information Technology
Computer/Software Replacement
Amazon.com- CC
06/21/2017
06/27/2017
06/21/2017
06/27/2017
06/27/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
Information Technology
Information Technology
Information Technology
Information Technology
Information Technology
Information Technology
Information Technology
Information Technology
Information Technology
Contract Maintenance
Contract Maintenance
Contract Maintenance
Contract Maintenance
Contract Maintenance
Contract Maintenance
Contract Maintenance
Contract Maintenance
Contract Maintenance
Computer Supplies
Duo Security, Inc.
Microsoft-CC
Nardini Fire Equipment Co, Inc
Network Solutions- CC
Network Solutions- CC
Pivotalogic, Inc.
SHI International Corp
US Internet
Zoho Corp
Duo Software Subscription
Online Services
Inspection System
Web Forwarding Service
Web Forwarding Service
Disaster Recovery Review
Acrobat Standard
DNS Hosting
Manage Engine Annual Subscription
Contract Maintenance Total:
0
06/27/2017
Information Technology
Federal Income Tax
IRS EFTPS- Non Bank
06/21/2017
Information Technology
AP-Checks for Approval (7/5/2017 - 10:05 AM)
Fiber Maintenance & Locates
Zayo Group LLC
221.75
666.00
887.75
2.99
24.85
27.84
1,777.02
1,777.02
4,500.00
334.66
209.00
1.99
1.99
4,975.00
10.12
9.92
4,900.00
14,942.68
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 Federal Income Tax 6,509.32
Federal Income Tax Total:
86133
1,168.56
2,084.15
Computer/Software Replacement Total:
86033
0
86087
0
0
86094
0
86127
0
Amount
Fiber Locating Service-Acct: 011277
6,509.32
2,750.81
Page 22
Check Number
Check Date
Fund Name
Account Name
Vendor Name
Invoice Desc.
Fiber Maintenance & Locates Total:
0
0
06/27/2017
06/27/2017
Information Technology
Information Technology
FICA Employee Ded.
FICA Employee Ded.
IRS EFTPS- Non Bank
IRS EFTPS- Non Bank
06/27/2017
06/27/2017
Information Technology
Information Technology
FICA Employers Share
FICA Employers Share
IRS EFTPS- Non Bank
IRS EFTPS- Non Bank
06/27/2017
Information Technology
HSA Employee
Premier Bank
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 HSA Employee
HSA Employee Total:
0
06/27/2017
Information Technology
ICMA Def Comp
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
Information Technology
Information Technology
Internet
Internet
City of North St. Paul
City of North St. Paul
Billing Interconnects
Data Center Interconnects
Internet Total:
86066
06/21/2017
Information Technology
Life Ins. Employee
LINA
Life Insurance Premium-June 2017
Life Ins. Employee Total:
86066
06/21/2017
Information Technology
Life Ins. Employer
LINA
Life Insurance Premium-June 2017
Life Ins. Employer Total:
86066
06/21/2017
Information Technology
Long Term Disability
LINA
Life Insurance Premium-June 2017
Long Term Disability Total:
86089
06/21/2017
Information Technology
AP-Checks for Approval (7/5/2017 - 10:05 AM)
Medical Ins Employee
4,179.27
642.10
642.10
ICMA Retirement Trust 457-300227 PR Batch 00002.06.2017 ICMA Deferred Compensation
225.00
ICMA Def Comp Total:
86024
86024
4,179.27
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 Medicare Employer Portion
792.14
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 FICA Employer Portion
3,387.13
FICA Employers Share Total:
86156
2,750.81
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 Medicare Employee Portion
792.14
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 FICA Employee Portion
3,387.13
FICA Employee Ded. Total:
0
0
Amount
NJPA
Health Insurance Premium-June 2017
225.00
4,845.00
600.00
5,445.00
181.61
181.61
75.60
75.60
256.07
256.07
512.69
Page 23
Check Number
Check Date
Fund Name
Account Name
Vendor Name
Invoice Desc.
Medical Ins Employee Total:
86089
06/21/2017
Information Technology
Medical Ins Employer
NJPA
Health Insurance Premium-June 2017
Medical Ins Employer Total:
0
86029
86053
86053
86071
06/27/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
Information Technology
Information Technology
Information Technology
Information Technology
Information Technology
Minor Equipment
Minor Equipment
Minor Equipment
Minor Equipment
Minor Equipment
Best Buy- CC
Dell Marketing, L.P.
HP INC.
HP INC.
Marco Technologies, LLC
TV Displays
Computer Supplies
Computer Supplies
Computer Supplies
Fixed Dome Network Camera
Minor Equipment Total:
0
06/27/2017
Information Technology
MN State Retirement
06/27/2017
06/21/2017
06/27/2017
06/27/2017
06/27/2017
Information Technology
Information Technology
Information Technology
Information Technology
Information Technology
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Amazon.com- CC
Fed Ex
Monoprice.Com-CC
Monoprice.Com-CC
Nelsons Cheese & Deli-CC
Computer Supplies
Shipping Charges
Wall Mounts
Patch Cables & Display Adapters
Interview Supplies
Operating Supplies Total:
0
06/27/2017
Information Technology
PERA Employee Ded
PERA-Non Bank
06/27/2017
06/27/2017
Information Technology
Information Technology
PERA Employer Share
PERA Employer Share
PERA-Non Bank
PERA-Non Bank
06/27/2017
Information Technology
State Income Tax
MN Dept of Revenue-Non Bank
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 State Income Tax
State Income Tax Total:
AP-Checks for Approval (7/5/2017 - 10:05 AM)
10,019.12
674.87
5,416.85
968.86
968.86
616.18
8,645.62
545.70
452.12
37.31
81.96
272.58
62.75
906.72
3,473.23
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 Pera additional employer
534.34
match
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 Pera Employer Contribution
3,473.23
PERA Employer Share Total:
0
10,019.12
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 Pera Employee Contribution
3,473.23
PERA Employee Ded Total:
0
0
512.69
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 Post Employment Health
Plan
545.70
MSRS-Non Bank
MN State Retirement Total:
0
86035
0
0
0
Amount
4,007.57
2,442.58
2,442.58
Page 24
Check Number
Check Date
Fund Name
Account Name
Vendor Name
Invoice Desc.
Fund Total:
86020
86020
86020
86020
86020
86020
86020
86143
86143
86067
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/27/2017
06/27/2017
06/21/2017
IP Telephony System
IP Telephony System
IP Telephony System
IP Telephony System
IP Telephony System
IP Telephony System
IP Telephony System
License Center
License Center
License Center
PSTN-PRI Access/DID Allocation
PSTN-PRI Access/DID Allocation
PSTN-PRI Access/DID Allocation
PSTN-PRI Access/DID Allocation
PSTN-PRI Access/DID Allocation
PSTN-PRI Access/DID Allocation
PSTN-PRI Access/DID Allocation
Contract Maintenance
Contract Maintenance
Contract Maintenance
CenturyLink
CenturyLink
CenturyLink
CenturyLink
CenturyLink
CenturyLink
CenturyLink
71,716.98
Telephone
Telephone
Telephone
Telephone
Telephone
Telephone
Telephone
06/27/2017
License Center
Federal Income Tax
1,122.67
Fund Total:
1,122.67
G & K Services
G & K Services
Linn Building Maintenance
IRS EFTPS- Non Bank
Mats
Mats
General Cleaning-June 2017
06/27/2017
06/27/2017
License Center
License Center
FICA Employee Ded.
FICA Employee Ded.
IRS EFTPS- Non Bank
IRS EFTPS- Non Bank
06/27/2017
06/27/2017
License Center
License Center
FICA Employers Share
FICA Employers Share
IRS EFTPS- Non Bank
IRS EFTPS- Non Bank
06/27/2017
License Center
HSA Employee
Premier Bank
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 HSA Employee
HSA Employee Total:
86066
06/21/2017
License Center
AP-Checks for Approval (7/5/2017 - 10:05 AM)
Life Ins. Employee
LINA
3,664.20
2,812.49
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 FICA Employer Portion
2,279.41
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 Medicare Employer Portion
533.08
FICA Employers Share Total:
86156
778.20
533.08
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 Medicare Employee Portion
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 FICA Employee Portion
2,279.41
FICA Employee Ded. Total:
0
0
3.60
19.60
755.00
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 Federal Income Tax 3,664.20
Federal Income Tax Total:
0
0
39.50
111.24
57.33
94.66
411.80
322.08
86.06
PSTN-PRI Access/DID Allocation Total:
Contract Maintenance Total:
0
Amount
Life Insurance Premium-June 2017
2,812.49
309.54
309.54
127.49
Page 25
Check Number
Check Date
Fund Name
Account Name
Vendor Name
Invoice Desc.
Life Ins. Employee Total:
86066
06/21/2017
License Center
Life Ins. Employer
LINA
Life Insurance Premium-June 2017
Life Ins. Employer Total:
86066
06/21/2017
License Center
Long Term Disability
LINA
Life Insurance Premium-June 2017
Long Term Disability Total:
86089
06/21/2017
License Center
Medical Ins Employee
NJPA
Health Insurance Premium-June 2017
Medical Ins Employee Total:
86089
06/21/2017
License Center
Medical Ins Employer
NJPA
Health Insurance Premium-June 2017
Medical Ins Employer Total:
0
06/27/2017
License Center
Minnesota Benefit Ded
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 Minnesota Benefit
MN Benefit Association
Minnesota Benefit Ded Total:
0
06/27/2017
License Center
MN State Retirement
MSRS-Non Bank
06/27/2017
License Center
MNDCP Def Comp
Great West- Non Bank
06/21/2017
06/27/2017
06/27/2017
License Center
License Center
License Center
Office Supplies
Office Supplies
Office Supplies
Innovative Office Solutions
Office Depot- CC
Target- CC
Office Supplies
Office Supplies
Office Supplies
Office Supplies Total:
0
86122
06/20/2017
06/21/2017
License Center
License Center
AP-Checks for Approval (7/5/2017 - 10:05 AM)
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Pakor-CC
Trio Supply Company
48.00
48.00
130.15
130.15
1,503.43
1,503.43
6,875.98
6,875.98
123.84
123.84
373.22
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 MNDCP Deferred Compensation
1,621.51
MNDCP Def Comp Total:
0
0
0
127.49
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 Post Employment Health
373.22
Plan
MN State Retirement Total:
0
Amount
Passport Supplies
Restroom Supplies
1,621.51
143.80
114.06
45.94
303.80
553.40
7.22
Page 26
Check Number
Check Date
Fund Name
Account Name
Vendor Name
Invoice Desc.
Operating Supplies Total:
0
06/27/2017
License Center
PERA Employee Ded
06/27/2017
06/27/2017
License Center
License Center
PERA Employer Share
PERA Employer Share
PERA-Non Bank
PERA-Non Bank
06/20/2017
06/27/2017
06/27/2017
License Center
License Center
License Center
Postage
Postage
Postage
USPS-CC
USPS-CC
USPS-CC
Postage
Postage
Postage
Postage Total:
86075
0
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
License Center
License Center
Professional Services
Professional Services
McGough Facility Management, LLCFacility Management
Quicksilver Express Courier
Courier Service
Professional Services Total:
0
06/27/2017
License Center
State Income Tax
MN Dept of Revenue-Non Bank
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 State Income Tax
State Income Tax Total:
0
0
06/20/2017
06/21/2017
License Center
License Center
Transportation
Utilities
Parking Ramp-CC
P & R Contract Mantenance
P & R Contract Mantenance
P & R Contract Mantenance
AP-Checks for Approval (7/5/2017 - 10:05 AM)
Clothing
Clothing
Clothing
917.70
53.80
206.78
260.58
1,534.38
1,534.38
Transportation Total:
9.00
Xcel Energy
Cintas Corporation #470
Cintas Corporation #470
Cintas Corporation #470
465.50
272.65
179.55
9.00
License Center
Fund Total:
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
2,625.49
Parking
Utilities Total:
86023
86023
86023
2,275.40
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 Pera additional employer
350.09
match
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 Pera Employer Contribution
2,275.40
PERA Employer Share Total:
0
0
0
560.62
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 Pera Employee Contribution
2,275.40
PERA-Non Bank
PERA Employee Ded Total:
0
0
Amount
521.98
521.98
30,189.49
Uniform Cleaining
Uniform Cleaining
Uniform Cleaining
1.78
1.78
1.78
Page 27
Check Number
Check Date
Fund Name
Account Name
Vendor Name
Invoice Desc.
0
06/21/2017
P & R Contract Mantenance
Clothing
Fastenal Company Inc.
Uniform Supplies
Clothing Total:
0
0
06/27/2017
06/27/2017
P & R Contract Mantenance
P & R Contract Mantenance
Contract Maintenance
Federal Income Tax
Nitti Sanitation-CC
IRS EFTPS- Non Bank
06/27/2017
06/27/2017
P & R Contract Mantenance
P & R Contract Mantenance
FICA Employee Ded.
FICA Employee Ded.
IRS EFTPS- Non Bank
IRS EFTPS- Non Bank
06/27/2017
06/27/2017
P & R Contract Mantenance
P & R Contract Mantenance
FICA Employers Share
FICA Employers Share
IRS EFTPS- Non Bank
IRS EFTPS- Non Bank
Contract Maintenance Total:
531.22
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 Federal Income Tax 3,139.67
06/27/2017
P & R Contract Mantenance
HSA Employee
Premier Bank
06/21/2017
P & R Contract Mantenance
Life Ins. Employee
LINA
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 HSA Employee
Life Insurance Premium-June 2017
Life Ins. Employee Total:
86066
06/21/2017
P & R Contract Mantenance
Life Ins. Employer
LINA
Life Insurance Premium-June 2017
Life Ins. Employer Total:
86066
06/21/2017
P & R Contract Mantenance
Long Term Disability
LINA
Life Insurance Premium-June 2017
Long Term Disability Total:
86089
06/21/2017
P & R Contract Mantenance
AP-Checks for Approval (7/5/2017 - 10:05 AM)
Medical Ins Employee
NJPA
2,278.31
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 FICA Employer Portion
1,846.46
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 Medicare Employer Portion
431.85
HSA Employee Total:
86066
3,139.67
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 Medicare Employee Portion
431.85
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 FICA Employee Portion
1,846.46
FICA Employers Share Total:
86156
590.33
531.22
FICA Employee Ded. Total:
0
0
584.99
Regular Service
Federal Income Tax Total:
0
0
Amount
Health Insurance Premium-June 2017
2,278.31
250.00
250.00
62.55
62.55
39.59
39.59
106.26
106.26
400.66
Page 28
Check Number
Check Date
Fund Name
Account Name
Vendor Name
Invoice Desc.
Medical Ins Employee Total:
86089
06/21/2017
P & R Contract Mantenance
Medical Ins Employer
NJPA
Health Insurance Premium-June 2017
Medical Ins Employer Total:
0
06/27/2017
P & R Contract Mantenance
MN State Retirement
06/27/2017
P & R Contract Mantenance
MNDCP Def Comp
Great West- Non Bank
06/21/2017
06/20/2017
06/20/2017
06/21/2017
06/20/2017
06/20/2017
06/27/2017
06/27/2017
06/21/2017
06/20/2017
06/20/2017
06/20/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/27/2017
06/20/2017
06/21/2017
06/20/2017
06/20/2017
06/20/2017
06/27/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/20/2017
06/20/2017
06/27/2017
06/27/2017
P & R Contract Mantenance
P & R Contract Mantenance
P & R Contract Mantenance
P & R Contract Mantenance
P & R Contract Mantenance
P & R Contract Mantenance
P & R Contract Mantenance
P & R Contract Mantenance
P & R Contract Mantenance
P & R Contract Mantenance
P & R Contract Mantenance
P & R Contract Mantenance
P & R Contract Mantenance
P & R Contract Mantenance
P & R Contract Mantenance
P & R Contract Mantenance
P & R Contract Mantenance
P & R Contract Mantenance
P & R Contract Mantenance
P & R Contract Mantenance
P & R Contract Mantenance
P & R Contract Mantenance
P & R Contract Mantenance
P & R Contract Mantenance
P & R Contract Mantenance
P & R Contract Mantenance
P & R Contract Mantenance
AP-Checks for Approval (7/5/2017 - 10:05 AM)
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
4,520.70
4,520.70
222.16
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 MNDCP Deferred Compensation
605.00
MNDCP Def Comp Total:
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
86043
0
0
0
86052
86052
0
0
86068
0
0
0
0
0
86088
0
0
0
0
400.66
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 Post Employment Health
Plan
222.16
MSRS-Non Bank
MN State Retirement Total:
0
Amount
Bachmans Inc
Bachman's-CC
Beacon Athletics-CC
Fastenal Company Inc.
Fastenal-CC
Fastenal-CC
Fastenal-CC
Fastenal-CC
Fra-Dor Inc.
Harbor Freight Tools-CC
Home Depot- CC
Home Depot- CC
Horizon Commercial Pool Supply
Horizon Commercial Pool Supply
HTC Brooklyn Pk Tuition-CC
Jet.com-CC
LTG Power Equipment
Menards-CC
Menards-CC
Menards-CC
MIDC Enterprises- CC
MTI Distributing, Inc.
Newman Traffic Signs, Inc.
North Hgts Hardware Hank-CC
North Hgts Hardware Hank-CC
North Hgts Hardware Hank-CC
North Hgts Hardware Hank-CC
Arboretum Supplies
Arboretum Supplies
No Receipt-J. Taylor
Polypro Funnel
Shop Supplies
Gloves
Soccer Net Supplies
Soccer Net Supplies
Western Cedar
Shelter Supplies
Shelter Supplies
Shelter Supplies
Pool Supplies
No Lifeguard on Duty Sign
Flowers
No Receipt-J. Taylor
Supplies
Shelter Repair Supplies
Arboretum Supplies
Shelter Supplies
Irrigation Supplies
Spherical Bearing
Digital Print Sign
Arboretum Supplies
No Receipts-M. Schlosser
No Receipt-Schlosser
Fountain Supplies
605.00
1,628.65
49.97
201.78
33.99
119.89
19.27
31.24
38.37
787.50
72.82
37.18
10.69
526.91
201.90
548.88
166.62
549.00
168.77
74.42
92.57
77.85
75.56
40.45
2.97
95.31
36.14
41.96
Page 29
Check Number
Check Date
Fund Name
Account Name
Vendor Name
Invoice Desc.
0
0
0
86095
86095
0
0
0
0
0
86122
86122
86122
86122
86122
0
86125
86163
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
06/20/2017
06/20/2017
06/27/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/20/2017
06/27/2017
06/20/2017
06/27/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/27/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
P & R Contract Mantenance
P & R Contract Mantenance
P & R Contract Mantenance
P & R Contract Mantenance
P & R Contract Mantenance
P & R Contract Mantenance
P & R Contract Mantenance
P & R Contract Mantenance
P & R Contract Mantenance
P & R Contract Mantenance
P & R Contract Mantenance
P & R Contract Mantenance
P & R Contract Mantenance
P & R Contract Mantenance
P & R Contract Mantenance
P & R Contract Mantenance
P & R Contract Mantenance
P & R Contract Mantenance
P & R Contract Mantenance
P & R Contract Mantenance
P & R Contract Mantenance
P & R Contract Mantenance
P & R Contract Mantenance
P & R Contract Mantenance
P & R Contract Mantenance
P & R Contract Mantenance
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Northern Tool & Equip- CC
Office Depot- CC
Pond Master Store-CC
Poolside
Poolside
Sherwin Williams - CC
Sherwin Williams - CC
Suburban Ace Hardware-CC
Suburban Ace Hardware-CC
Tessman Seed Co - St. Paul
Trio Supply Company
Trio Supply Company
Trio Supply Company
Trio Supply Company
Trio Supply Company
Uline
Universal Athletic Service, Inc.
Wagners Greenhouses, Inc.
Yale Mechanical, LLC
Yale Mechanical, LLC
Yale Mechanical, LLC
Yale Mechanical, LLC
Yale Mechanical, LLC
Yale Mechanical, LLC
Yale Mechanical, LLC
Yale Mechanical, LLC
Sandblaster, Grafitti Removal
Shelter Supplies
Fountain Pump Bags
Pool Supplies
Pool Supplies
Paint Supplies
Paint Supplies
Lawn Mower Supplies
Foundation Setter
Roundup QuikPro
Restroom Supplies
Restroom Supplies
Restroom Supplies
Restroom Supplies
Restroom Supplies
Trash Can Supplies
Field Drying Material
Flowers
Mechanical Service
Mechanical Service
Mechanical Service
Mechanical Service
Mechanical Service
Mechanical Service
Mechanical Service
Mechanical Service
Operating Supplies Total:
0
06/27/2017
P & R Contract Mantenance
PERA Employee Ded
PERA-Non Bank
06/27/2017
06/27/2017
P & R Contract Mantenance
P & R Contract Mantenance
PERA Employer Share
PERA Employer Share
PERA-Non Bank
PERA-Non Bank
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/27/2017
P & R Contract Mantenance
P & R Contract Mantenance
P & R Contract Mantenance
AP-Checks for Approval (7/5/2017 - 10:05 AM)
Professional Services
Professional Services
Professional Services
12,841.19
1,489.07
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 Pera additional employer
229.05
match
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 Pera Employer Contribution
1,489.07
PERA Employer Share Total:
0
86073
0
92.46
30.75
62.24
56.11
40.51
48.17
43.42
47.95
7.99
170.00
484.60
331.00
392.08
146.70
457.65
1,536.36
459.50
953.04
175.00
350.00
175.00
175.00
350.00
175.00
175.00
175.00
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 Pera Employee Contribution
1,489.07
PERA Employee Ded Total:
0
0
Amount
Jeff's S.O.S. Drain & Sewer CleaningSewer Line Optic Inspection
McCaren Designs, Inc.
Exterior Landscape Maintenance
Site One Landscapes-CC
Irrigation
1,718.12
185.00
373.76
52.50
Page 30
Check Number
0
Check Date
06/27/2017
Fund Name
P & R Contract Mantenance
Account Name
State Income Tax
Vendor Name
Invoice Desc.
Amount
Professional Services Total:
611.26
MN Dept of Revenue-Non Bank
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 State Income Tax
State Income Tax Total:
0
86129
06/27/2017
06/21/2017
P & R Contract Mantenance
P & R Contract Mantenance
Telephone
Telephone
Sprint- CC
Verizon Wireless
Cell Phones
Cell Phones
Telephone Total:
0
06/20/2017
P & R Contract Mantenance
Training
Mn Dept of Labor-CC
License Fee
Training Total:
Fund Total:
86062
0
86026
86097
0
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/27/2017
Park Renewal 2011
Pathway Maintenance Fund
Pathway Maintenance Fund
Pathway Maintenance Fund
Police - DWI Enforcement
Contractor Payments
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Federal Income Tax
Landscape Structures Inc.
06/27/2017
Police - DWI Enforcement
AP-Checks for Approval (7/5/2017 - 10:05 AM)
FICA Employee Ded
IRS EFTPS- Non Bank
79.98
105.03
185.01
48.00
48.00
33,202.73
Tamarack Park Supplies
37,692.96
37,692.96
Fund Total:
37,692.96
Road Base, Sand
Dura Drive
Barrels, Arrows, Sign Rentals
1,874.12
732.15
353.40
Operating Supplies Total:
2,959.67
Fund Total:
2,959.67
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 Federal Income Tax
Federal Income Tax Total:
0
1,285.32
Contractor Payments Total:
Aggregate Industries-MWR, Inc.
Commercial Asphalt Co
Q3 Contracting, Inc.
IRS EFTPS- Non Bank
1,285.32
257.17
257.17
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 Medicare Employee Portion
25.69
Page 31
Check Number
0
Check Date
06/27/2017
Fund Name
Police - DWI Enforcement
Account Name
FICA Employer Share
Vendor Name
IRS EFTPS- Non Bank
Invoice Desc.
Amount
FICA Employee Ded Total:
25.69
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 Medicare Employer Portion
25.69
FICA Employer Share Total:
86089
06/21/2017
Police - DWI Enforcement
HCMA Insurance Ded
NJPA
Health Insurance Premium-June 2017
HCMA Insurance Ded Total:
86156
06/27/2017
Police - DWI Enforcement
HSA Employee
Premier Bank
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 HSA Employee
HSA Employee Total:
86066
06/21/2017
Police - DWI Enforcement
Life Ins. Employee
LINA
Life Insurance Premium-June 2017
Life Ins. Employee Total:
86066
06/21/2017
Police - DWI Enforcement
Life Insurance
LINA
Life Insurance Premium-June 2017
Life Insurance Total:
86066
06/21/2017
Police - DWI Enforcement
Long Term Disability
LINA
Life Insurance Premium-June 2017
Long Term Disability Total:
86089
06/21/2017
Police - DWI Enforcement
Medical Ins Employer
NJPA
Health Insurance Premium-June 2017
Medical Ins Employer Total:
0
06/27/2017
Police - DWI Enforcement
MN State Retirement
MSRS-Non Bank
06/27/2017
Police - DWI Enforcement
MNDCP Def Comp
Great West- Non Bank
06/27/2017
Police - DWI Enforcement
AP-Checks for Approval (7/5/2017 - 10:05 AM)
PERA
PERA-Non Bank
25.94
12.07
12.07
3.03
3.03
0.33
0.33
1.11
1.11
51.63
51.63
18.46
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 MNDCP Deferred Compensation
24.10
MNDCP Def Comp Total:
0
25.94
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 Post Employment Health18.46
Plan
MN State Retirement Total:
0
25.69
24.10
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 Pera Employee Contribution
199.25
Page 32
Check Number
Check Date
Fund Name
Account Name
Vendor Name
Invoice Desc.
PERA Total:
0
06/27/2017
Police - DWI Enforcement
PERA Employer Share
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
Police - DWI Enforcement
Police - DWI Enforcement
Professional Services
Professional Services
Erickson, Bell, Beckman & Quinn P.A.
Vehicle Forfeiture
Erickson, Bell, Beckman & Quinn P.A.
Squad DVD Copying
Professional Services Total:
0
06/27/2017
Police - DWI Enforcement
State Income Tax
MN Dept of Revenue-Non Bank
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 State Income Tax
State Income Tax Total:
Fund Total:
0
06/27/2017
Police Grants
Federal Income Tax
IRS EFTPS- Non Bank
06/27/2017
Police Grants
FICA Employee Ded.
IRS EFTPS- Non Bank
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 Federal Income Tax
06/27/2017
Police Grants
FICA Employers Share
IRS EFTPS- Non Bank
06/27/2017
Police Grants
HSA Employee
Premier Bank
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 HSA Employee
HSA Employee Total:
86066
06/21/2017
Police Grants
Life Ins. Employee
LINA
Life Insurance Premium-June 2017
Life Ins. Employee Total:
86066
06/21/2017
Police Grants
AP-Checks for Approval (7/5/2017 - 10:05 AM)
Life Ins. Employer
LINA
3,045.83
91.20
91.20
251.72
251.72
22.94
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 Medicare Employer Portion
22.94
FICA Employers Share Total:
86156
962.50
2,083.33
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 Medicare Employee Portion
22.94
FICA Employee Ded. Total:
0
298.88
4,080.38
Federal Income Tax Total:
0
199.25
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 Pera Employer Contribution
298.88
PERA-Non Bank
PERA Employer Share Total:
0
0
Amount
Life Insurance Premium-June 2017
22.94
5.06
5.06
1.81
1.81
0.91
Page 33
Check Number
Check Date
Fund Name
Account Name
Vendor Name
Invoice Desc.
Life Ins. Employer Total:
86066
06/21/2017
Police Grants
Long Term Disability
LINA
Life Insurance Premium-June 2017
Long Term Disability Total:
86089
06/21/2017
Police Grants
Medical Ins Employer
NJPA
Health Insurance Premium-June 2017
Medical Ins Employer Total:
86118
06/21/2017
Police Grants
Minor Equipment
TNVC Inc.
Tactical Supplies
Minor Equipment Total:
0
06/27/2017
Police Grants
MN State Retirement
06/27/2017
Police Grants
MNDCP Def Comp
Great West- Non Bank
06/27/2017
Police Grants
PERA Employee Ded
PERA-Non Bank
06/27/2017
Police Grants
PERA Employer Share
PERA-Non Bank
06/27/2017
Police Grants
State Income Tax
MN Dept of Revenue-Non Bank
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 State Income Tax
State Income Tax Total:
Fund Total:
0
86129
06/27/2017
06/21/2017
Police Forfeiture Fund
Police Forfeiture Fund
AP-Checks for Approval (7/5/2017 - 10:05 AM)
Professional Services
Professional Services
Exxonmobile-CC
Verizon Wireless
71.45
71.45
20,453.10
20,453.10
16.02
50.82
173.07
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 Pera Employer Contribution
259.60
PERA Employer Share Total:
0
2.98
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 Pera Employee Contribution
173.07
PERA Employee Ded Total:
0
2.98
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 MNDCP Deferred Compensation
50.82
MNDCP Def Comp Total:
0
0.91
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 Post Employment Health16.02
Plan
MSRS-Non Bank
MN State Retirement Total:
0
Amount
259.60
83.57
83.57
21,415.99
Fraudulent Purchase
Cell Phones
82.00
70.02
Page 34
Check Number
86008
86008
0
0
Check Date
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/20/2017
06/20/2017
Fund Name
Police Vehicle Revolving
Police Vehicle Revolving
Police Vehicle Revolving
Police Vehicle Revolving
Account Name
Minor Equipment
Minor Equipment
Minor Equipment
Minor Equipment
Vendor Name
Invoice Desc.
Amount
Professional Services Total:
152.02
Fund Total:
152.02
All Traffic Solutions, Inc.
All Traffic Solutions, Inc.
Edgeworks-CC
LA Police Gear, Inc.-CC
CIP Equipment
CIP Equipment
Tactical Gear
Tactical Gear
Minor Equipment Total:
0
06/20/2017
Police Vehicle Revolving
Operating Supplies
AED Superstore-CC
AED Supplies
Operating Supplies Total:
0
06/27/2017
Police Vehicle Revolving
Vehicle Supplies & Maintenance
Amazon.com- CC
Wireless Mouse
Vehicle Supplies & Maintenance Total:
Fund Total:
86042
06/21/2017
Recreation Fund
Collected Insurance Fee
Mary Fowler
06/27/2017
06/27/2017
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Concession Sales
Concession Sales
Federal Reserve Tour Refund
Roseville Figure Skating Club
Roseville Figure Skating Club
06/21/2017
06/27/2017
06/27/2017
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Contract Maintenance
Contract Maintenance
Contract Maintenance
Linn Building Maintenance
Nitti Sanitation-CC
Printers Service Inc
General Cleaning-June 2017
Regular Service
Ice Knife Sharpening
Contract Maintenance Total:
86067
06/21/2017
Recreation Fund
AP-Checks for Approval (7/5/2017 - 10:05 AM)
Contract Maintenence
Linn Building Maintenance
1,695.00
1,695.00
45.95
45.95
2.00
2.00
RFSC Revenue Sold During Competition
151.76
RFSC Revenue for Pizza Sales During Ice Show 347.17
Concession Sales Total:
86067
0
0
4,372.21
6,113.16
Collected Insurance Fee Total:
86158
86158
3,190.00
610.00
377.45
194.76
General Cleaning-June 2017
498.93
1,164.00
247.86
60.00
1,471.86
944.00
Page 35
Check Number
0
Check Date
06/27/2017
Fund Name
Recreation Fund
Account Name
Federal Income Tax
Vendor Name
Invoice Desc.
Amount
Contract Maintenence Total:
944.00
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 Federal Income Tax 4,863.84
IRS EFTPS- Non Bank
Federal Income Tax Total:
86011
86037
86042
86042
86119
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Fee Program Revenue
Fee Program Revenue
Fee Program Revenue
Fee Program Revenue
Fee Program Revenue
Ann Aurelius
Filipino Community Organization
Mary Fowler
Mary Fowler
Jill Torrez
Garden Plot Rental Refund
Key Deposit Refund
Federal Reserve Tour Refund
Federal Reserve Tour Refund
Key Deposit Refund
Fee Program Revenue Total:
0
0
06/27/2017
06/27/2017
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
FICA Employee Ded.
FICA Employee Ded.
IRS EFTPS- Non Bank
IRS EFTPS- Non Bank
06/27/2017
06/27/2017
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
FICA Employers Share
FICA Employers Share
IRS EFTPS- Non Bank
IRS EFTPS- Non Bank
06/27/2017
Recreation Fund
HSA Employee
Premier Bank
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 HSA Employee
HSA Employee Total:
0
06/27/2017
Recreation Fund
ICMA Def Comp
06/21/2017
Recreation Fund
Life Ins. Employee
LINA
Life Insurance Premium-June 2017
Life Ins. Employee Total:
86066
06/21/2017
Recreation Fund
Life Ins. Employer
LINA
Life Insurance Premium-June 2017
Life Ins. Employer Total:
AP-Checks for Approval (7/5/2017 - 10:05 AM)
4,127.57
4,127.57
244.60
244.60
ICMA Retirement Trust 457-300227 PR Batch 00002.06.2017 ICMA Deferred Compensation
665.47
ICMA Def Comp Total:
86066
212.00
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 FICA Employer Portion
3,345.19
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 Medicare Employer Portion
782.38
FICA Employers Share Total:
86156
28.00
25.00
4.00
130.00
25.00
3,345.19
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 FICA Employee Portion
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 Medicare Employee Portion
782.38
FICA Employee Ded. Total:
0
0
4,863.84
665.47
87.68
87.68
57.60
57.60
Page 36
Check Number
Check Date
Fund Name
Account Name
Vendor Name
Invoice Desc.
86066
06/21/2017
Recreation Fund
Long Term Disability
LINA
Life Insurance Premium-June 2017
Long Term Disability Total:
86089
06/21/2017
Recreation Fund
Medical Ins Employee
NJPA
Health Insurance Premium-June 2017
Medical Ins Employee Total:
86089
06/21/2017
Recreation Fund
Medical Ins Employer
NJPA
Health Insurance Premium-June 2017
Medical Ins Employer Total:
0
0
06/27/2017
06/27/2017
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Memberships & Subscriptions
MN State Retirement
When I Work-CC
MSRS-Non Bank
06/27/2017
Recreation Fund
MNDCP Def Comp
Great West- Non Bank
06/20/2017
06/20/2017
06/20/2017
06/27/2017
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Office Supplies
Office Supplies
Office Supplies
Office Supplies
Office Depot- CC
Office Depot- CC
Office Depot- CC
Office Depot- CC
06/27/2017
06/20/2017
06/20/2017
06/20/2017
06/20/2017
06/20/2017
06/27/2017
06/21/2017
06/20/2017
06/27/2017
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
AP-Checks for Approval (7/5/2017 - 10:05 AM)
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Able Hose & Rubber Inc
Amazon.com- CC
Byerly's- CC
Cub Foods- CC
Cub Foods- CC
Cub Foods- CC
Fastenal-CC
Fikes, Inc.
Fikes-CC
Flowerama-CC
1,051.84
1,051.84
7,526.85
7,526.85
Memberships & Subscriptions Total:
49.00
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 Post Employment Health
Plan
431.45
431.45
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 MNDCP Deferred Compensation
1,620.70
Office Supplies
Office Supplies
Credit
Office Supplies
Office Supplies Total:
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
190.21
49.00
MNDCP Def Comp Total:
0
0
0
0
190.21
Monthly Fee
MN State Retirement Total:
0
Amount
Arena Supplies
Banquet Room Screen
Earth Day Supplies
Bowling Group Get Together Supplies
Supplies
Ice Show Volunteer Supplies
Parts
Restroom Supplies
Restroom Supplies
Ice Show Flowers
1,620.70
31.03
92.64
-15.00
224.49
333.16
78.94
125.52
94.99
29.31
10.78
8.99
54.21
467.60
10.00
110.67
Page 37
Check Number
Check Date
Fund Name
Account Name
Vendor Name
Invoice Desc.
0
0
0
86048
0
0
0
86148
86056
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
86108
86108
86108
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
86126
0
0
0
0
06/27/2017
06/21/2017
06/27/2017
06/21/2017
06/27/2017
06/20/2017
06/20/2017
06/27/2017
06/21/2017
06/20/2017
06/20/2017
06/20/2017
06/20/2017
06/20/2017
06/20/2017
06/20/2017
06/27/2017
06/27/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/27/2017
06/27/2017
06/27/2017
06/27/2017
06/27/2017
06/27/2017
06/27/2017
06/20/2017
06/20/2017
06/20/2017
06/20/2017
06/20/2017
06/27/2017
06/27/2017
06/21/2017
06/20/2017
06/27/2017
06/20/2017
06/20/2017
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Frattallones-CC
Sand Volleyball Supplies
54.41
Goodin Corp.
Pilot Burner
61.23
Grainger Inc
Braided Sleeving
31.46
Groth Music
Big Band Supplies
50.02
Hobby Lobby-CC
Program Supplies
48.20
Home Depot- CC
Skate Park Supplies
290.22
Home Depot- CC
Cable Ties
63.88
Ice Skating Institute
Badges
10.46
Impression Signs and Graphics, Corp.Parade Signage
222.60
Little Caesars-CC
Staff Training Supplies
16.07
Michaels-CC
Earth Day Supplies
25.68
Michaels-CC
Earth Day Supplies
36.99
North Hgts Hardware Hank-CC
Fasteners
3.07
Office Depot- CC
Office Supplies
82.40
Office Depot- CC
Office Supplies
85.18
Online Sports-CC
Referee Stands
2,437.16
R & R Specialties of Wisconsin, Inc Master Cylinder
103.64
Restaurant Depot- CC
Concession Items
67.94
55 - RUN FOR ROSES YOUTH SHIRTS
St. Croix Screen Printing, Inc.
264.00
St. Croix Screen Printing, Inc.
20 - RUN FOR ROSES ADULT XXL LARGE SHIRTS
126.00
St. Croix Screen Printing, Inc.
575 - RUN FOR ROSES ADULT SHIRTS
2,760.00
Staples-CC
Office Supplies
149.94
Stitchin Post
Summer Staff Supplies
152.00
Stitchin Post
Summer Staff Supplies
100.00
Stitchin Post
Summer Staff Supplies
150.00
Stitchin Post
Summer Staff Supplies
154.00
Stitchin Post
Summer Staff Supplies
152.00
Stitchin Post
Summer Staff Supplies
150.00
Suburban Ace Hardware-CC
Ice Show Supplies
31.97
Subway-CC
102.00
Bowling Group Get Together Supplies
Target- CC
Picture Night Supplies
14.11
Target- CC
Cleaning Supplies
17.96
Target- CC
First Aid Supplies
30.02
Target- CC
Program Supplies
10.23
Target- CC
Program Supplies
15.87
US Bank
July 4th Change
500.00
Walmart-CC
Cleaning Supplies
7.66
Walmart-CC
Distilled Water
8.80
Wurtec-CC
Microphone
23.35
Zoro Tools-CC
Duct Tape, Impeller, Gaskets
146.10
Operating Supplies Total:
AP-Checks for Approval (7/5/2017 - 10:05 AM)
Amount
9,747.63
Page 38
Check Number
Check Date
Fund Name
Account Name
Vendor Name
Invoice Desc.
0
06/27/2017
Recreation Fund
PERA Employee Ded
PERA-Non Bank
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 Pera Employee Contribution
3,029.66
PERA Employee Ded Total:
0
0
06/27/2017
06/27/2017
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
PERA Employer Share
PERA Employer Share
PERA-Non Bank
PERA-Non Bank
06/21/2017
06/27/2017
06/27/2017
06/27/2017
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Printing
Printing
Printing
Printing
Roseville Area Schools
Roseville Area Schools
Roseville Area Schools
Roseville Area Schools
Youth Fall Soccer Flyer to Schools
Printing Services
Printing Services
Printing Services
Printing Total:
85965
85966
85942
86014
85967
85968
85943
85969
86018
85944
86022
85970
0
0
0
0
85972
0
85973
85945
85946
85964
85994
85993
0
85947
86054
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/15/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/15/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/15/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/27/2017
06/27/2017
06/27/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/15/2017
06/15/2017
06/15/2017
06/15/2017
06/15/2017
06/20/2017
06/15/2017
06/21/2017
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
AP-Checks for Approval (7/5/2017 - 10:05 AM)
Professional Services
Professional Services
Professional Services
Professional Services
Professional Services
Professional Services
Professional Services
Professional Services
Professional Services
Professional Services
Professional Services
Professional Services
Professional Services
Professional Services
Professional Services
Professional Services
Professional Services
Professional Services
Professional Services
Professional Services
Professional Services
Professional Services
Professional Services
Professional Services
Professional Services
Professional Services
Professional Services
3,029.66
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 Pera Employer Contribution
3,029.66
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 Pera additional employer
466.11
match
PERA Employer Share Total:
0
0
0
0
Amount
3,495.77
104.60
256.80
115.20
115.20
591.80
728 Cadets
Rosefest Parade
200.00
Alexandria Marching Band
Rosefest Parade
300.00
Asian Media Access, Inc.
Summer Entertainment-Colorful Asia
1,000.00
Louise Beaman
Volleyball Officiating
192.00
Bemidji HS Marching Band
Rosefest Parade
300.00
Theodore Bridenstine
Summer Entertainment
150.00
Brooklyn Community Band
Summer Entertainment
150.00
Buffalo High School Marching Band Rosefest Parade
250.00
Breanna Burmester
Volleyball Officiating
96.00
Bill Cagley
Summer Entertainment
400.00
Champion Youth
Safety Awarenss Instruction
1,590.00
Champlin Park HS Marching Band Rosefest Parads
175.00
Chad Charboneau
Volleyball Officiating
144.00
Jeff Crosby
Girls Basketball Coaches Camp Director
1,768.00
Jeff Crosby
Girls Basketball Coaches Camp Director
3,944.00
Jeff Crosby
Little Hoopers Coaches Camp Director
1,026.00
Dixieland Pick-Up Band
Rosefest Parade
700.00
Mark Emme
Volleyball Officiating
312.00
Robert K. Everest
Summer Entertainment
1,500.00
Dave Fruehauf
Summer Entertainment
200.00
Funtime Funktions
Summer Entertainment-Congo Community Circle900.00
Funtime Funktions
Summer Entertainment-Global Games
325.00
Funtime Funktions
Summer Entertainment-Kid Power w/Rachel
400.00
Funtime Funktions
Summer Entertainment-Sounds from Down Under900.00
Gymnasticscoach-CC
Website Listing
29.99
Glen Helgeson
Summer Entertainment-Gypsie Mania
450.00
Pat Hubbard
Volleyball Officiating
192.00
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Check Number
Check Date
Fund Name
Account Name
Vendor Name
86055
86149
85948
85976
85978
85979
86069
85980
86074
0
0
85949
85981
85982
85950
85985
86155
0
85986
85988
85951
85989
85952
85953
86158
86158
85954
85955
85991
85956
85957
85992
85995
85958
85959
86116
85960
85997
0
0
86000
85961
85962
85963
06/21/2017
06/27/2017
06/15/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/27/2017
06/15/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/15/2017
06/21/2017
06/27/2017
06/27/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/15/2017
06/21/2017
06/15/2017
06/15/2017
06/27/2017
06/27/2017
06/15/2017
06/15/2017
06/21/2017
06/15/2017
06/15/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/15/2017
06/15/2017
06/21/2017
06/15/2017
06/21/2017
06/20/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/15/2017
06/15/2017
06/15/2017
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Professional Services
Professional Services
Professional Services
Professional Services
Professional Services
Professional Services
Professional Services
Professional Services
Professional Services
Professional Services
Professional Services
Professional Services
Professional Services
Professional Services
Professional Services
Professional Services
Professional Services
Professional Services
Professional Services
Professional Services
Professional Services
Professional Services
Professional Services
Professional Services
Professional Services
Professional Services
Professional Services
Professional Services
Professional Services
Professional Services
Professional Services
Professional Services
Professional Services
Professional Services
Professional Services
Professional Services
Professional Services
Professional Services
Professional Services
Professional Services
Professional Services
Professional Services
Professional Services
Professional Services
Tom Imhoff
Volleyball Officiating
48.00
Ingina, LLC
Automotive Engineering
200.00
Aaron Jenkins
Summer Entertainment
750.00
Johmar Farms
Parade Entertainment
450.00
Lake City Marching Band
Rosefest Parade
200.00
Litchfield H. S. Marching Band
Rosefest Parads
300.00
Mary Ann Luey
Ice Show Program Director
500.00
Mankato 77 Lancers
Rosefest Parade
200.00
Kelli McClellan
Ice Show Music Director
636.00
Willie McCray
Umpire Service
3,668.00
Willie McCray
Umpire Service
3,152.00
Merry Bobb Music, Inc.
Summer Entertainment
625.00
MN Scottish Celtic Dance Assn.
Summer Entertainment
1,000.00
Philip Nusbaum
Summer Entertainment
200.00
Pan Handlers Steel Drum Band
Summer Entertainment
500.00
Patriots Marching Band
Rosefest Parade
250.00
Pioneer Press
Advertising
100.00
Pioneer Press-CC
Garage Sale Ad
37.05
Powder Puff Clown Club
Parade Entertainment
285.00
Pyrotechnic Display Inc.
July 4th Fireworks Display
14,000.00
Summer Entertainment-Teddy Bear Band
Richard Alan Productions, Inc.
800.00
Richfield H.S. Marching Band
Rosefest Parade
150.00
Roe Family Singers
Summer Entertainment
900.00
Vincent Rose
Summer Entertainment
550.00
Roseville Figure Skating Club
Open Competitioin Concession Staff Hours
612.00
Roseville Figure Skating Club
Ice Show Concession Staff Hours
272.00
Skipping Stones
Summer Entertainment
400.00
David Smith
Summer Entertainment-Blue Groove Bluegrass 500.00
Solar Sound Marching Band
Rosefest Parade
150.00
Sound Exchange, LLC
Summer Entertainment
1,000.00
Summer Entertainment
550.00
Sounds of Hope LTD
St. Michael-Albertville Marching Band
Rosefest Parade
175.00
St. Paul Clown Club
Parade Entertainment
200.00
Summer Entertainment
300.00
Stevie Ray Theatre Company
Kim Sueoka
Summer Entertainment-Lau Hawaiian Collective 300.00
The Cleaning Authority, Inc.
May Cleaning
3,855.60
Priscilla Thomas
Summer Entertainment-Sweet Rhubarb
300.00
Twin Cities Unicycle Club
Rosefest Parade
450.00
UPS Store- CC
Run for the Roses Supplies
9.92
Kathie Urbaniak
Volleyball Officiating
248.00
Waconia H.S. Marching Band
Rosefest Parade
300.00
Dennis Warner
Summer Entertainment
600.00
Wild Goose Chase Cloggers
Summer Entertainment
600.00
Wild Honey & The Locusts
Summer Entertainment
400.00
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Invoice Desc.
Amount
Page 40
Check Number
Check Date
Fund Name
Account Name
Vendor Name
Invoice Desc.
0
0
86003
86004
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Professional Services
Professional Services
Professional Services
Professional Services
JoAnne Wilson
Youth Enrichment League, Corp.
Zuhrah Shrine Antique Cars Unit
Zuhrah Shrine Horse Patrol
Volleyball Officiating
Lego Class
Parade Entertainment
Parade Entertainment
Professional Services Total:
86044
86092
86092
86101
86101
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Rental
Rental
Rental
Rental
Rental
Fun Jumps Entertainment, Inc.
On Site Sanitation, Inc.
On Site Sanitation, Inc.
Roseville Area Schools
Roseville Area Schools
July 4th Rental-Final Payment
Restroom Rental
Restroom Rental
Cafeteria Rental
Dance Recital
Rental Total:
0
06/27/2017
Recreation Fund
State Income Tax
MN Dept of Revenue-Non Bank
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 State Income Tax
State Income Tax Total:
86025
86138
06/21/2017
06/27/2017
Recreation Fund
Recreation Fund
Utilities
Utilities
Comcast
Comcast
Business Services
Business Services
Utilities Total:
Fund Total:
86038
0
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
Recreation Improvements
Risk Management
Repairs & Maintenance
Employer Insurance
Flagship Recreation
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
Risk Management
Risk Management
AP-Checks for Approval (7/5/2017 - 10:05 AM)
Insurance
Insurance
144.00
855.00
650.00
1,000.00
60,966.56
1,280.00
57.14
50.36
665.00
37.50
2,090.00
1,994.12
1,994.12
235.03
265.52
500.55
110,922.42
Wood Fiber
4,000.00
Repairs & Maintenance Total:
4,000.00
Fund Total:
4,000.00
Delta Dental Plan of Minnesota
Dental Insurance Premium
Employer Insurance Total:
86063
86063
Amount
League of MN Cities Ins Trust
League of MN Cities Ins Trust
Policy: CMC 1000712-1 Acct: 10002798
Policy: LLC 1000713-1 Acct: 10002798
6,281.45
6,281.45
43,339.00
140.00
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Check Number
Check Date
Fund Name
Account Name
Vendor Name
Invoice Desc.
Insurance Total:
86063
86063
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
Risk Management
Risk Management
Police Patrol Claims
Police Patrol Claims
League of MN Cities Ins Trust
League of MN Cities Ins Trust
LMCIT Claim: C0022397
LMCIT Claim: C0031486
Police Patrol Claims Total:
86110
06/21/2017
Risk Management
Professional Services
Stericycle, Inc.
Steri-Safe
Professional Services Total:
Fund Total:
86057
06/21/2017
Sanitary Sewer
2017 Sanitary Sewer Lining
Jim Jensen
06/21/2017
Sanitary Sewer
Cleveland Lift Station Repl
Bolton & Menk, Inc.
Sewer Backup Reimbursement
Cleveland Sanitary Serew
Cleveland Lift Station Repl Total:
86012
06/21/2017
Sanitary Sewer
Clothing
Avenue Shirt Works
Uniform Supplies
Clothing Total:
0
06/27/2017
Sanitary Sewer
Federal Income Tax
IRS EFTPS- Non Bank
06/27/2017
06/27/2017
Sanitary Sewer
Sanitary Sewer
FICA Employee Ded.
FICA Employee Ded.
IRS EFTPS- Non Bank
IRS EFTPS- Non Bank
06/27/2017
06/27/2017
Sanitary Sewer
Sanitary Sewer
AP-Checks for Approval (7/5/2017 - 10:05 AM)
FICA Employers Share
FICA Employers Share
IRS EFTPS- Non Bank
IRS EFTPS- Non Bank
7,974.58
212.56
212.56
473.50
473.50
1,763.75
1,763.75
151.67
151.67
1,376.47
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 FICA Employee Portion834.10
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 Medicare Employee Portion
195.05
FICA Employee Ded. Total:
0
0
6,974.58
1,000.00
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 Federal Income Tax 1,376.47
Federal Income Tax Total:
0
0
43,479.00
57,947.59
2017 Sanitary Sewer Lining Total:
86015
Amount
1,029.15
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 FICA Employer Portion834.10
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 Medicare Employer Portion
195.05
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Check Number
Check Date
Fund Name
Account Name
Vendor Name
Invoice Desc.
FICA Employers Share Total:
86156
06/27/2017
Sanitary Sewer
HSA Employee
Premier Bank
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 HSA Employee
HSA Employee Total:
0
06/27/2017
Sanitary Sewer
ICMA Def Comp
06/21/2017
Sanitary Sewer
Life Ins. Employee
LINA
Life Insurance Premium-June 2017
Life Ins. Employee Total:
86066
06/21/2017
Sanitary Sewer
Life Ins. Employer
LINA
Life Insurance Premium-June 2017
Life Ins. Employer Total:
86066
06/21/2017
Sanitary Sewer
Long Term Disability
LINA
Life Insurance Premium-June 2017
Long Term Disability Total:
86089
06/21/2017
Sanitary Sewer
Medical Ins Employee
NJPA
Health Insurance Premium-June 2017
Medical Ins Employee Total:
86089
06/21/2017
Sanitary Sewer
Medical Ins Employer
NJPA
Health Insurance Premium-June 2017
Medical Ins Employer Total:
86076
0
06/21/2017
06/27/2017
Sanitary Sewer
Sanitary Sewer
Metro Waste Control Board
MN State Retirement
Metropolitan Council
06/27/2017
Sanitary Sewer
AP-Checks for Approval (7/5/2017 - 10:05 AM)
MNDCP Def Comp
58.38
58.38
MSRS-Non Bank
Great West- Non Bank
26.24
100.83
100.83
25.05
25.05
72.40
72.40
998.00
998.00
2,836.40
2,836.40
Waste Water Services
234,684.83
Metro Waste Control Board Total:
234,684.83
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 Post Employment Health
139.36
Plan
MN State Retirement Total:
0
1,029.15
ICMA Retirement Trust 457-300227 PR Batch 00002.06.2017 ICMA Deferred Compensation
26.24
ICMA Def Comp Total:
86066
Amount
139.36
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 MNDCP Deferred Compensation
126.63
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Check Number
Check Date
Fund Name
Account Name
Vendor Name
Invoice Desc.
MNDCP Def Comp Total:
0
0
86040
86040
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
06/20/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/20/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/20/2017
06/27/2017
06/27/2017
06/27/2017
Sanitary Sewer
Sanitary Sewer
Sanitary Sewer
Sanitary Sewer
Sanitary Sewer
Sanitary Sewer
Sanitary Sewer
Sanitary Sewer
Sanitary Sewer
Sanitary Sewer
Sanitary Sewer
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Airgas-CC
Ferguson Waterworks #2516
Flexible Pipe Co.
Flexible Pipe Co.
Frattallones-CC
General Industrial Supply Co.
MacQueen Equipment
Menards-CC
Mills Fleet Farm-CC
Suburban Ace Hardware-CC
Suburban Ace Hardware-CC
Supplies
Meter Supplies
Hose Repair Labor
Wire Nozzle Extension
Locks
Silver Mirror
Vehicle Supplies
Flex Handle
Rake
Flashlight, Batteries
Lift Station Supplies
Operating Supplies Total:
0
06/27/2017
Sanitary Sewer
PERA Employee Ded
06/27/2017
06/27/2017
Sanitary Sewer
Sanitary Sewer
PERA Employer Share
PERA Employer Share
PERA-Non Bank
PERA-Non Bank
06/21/2017
06/27/2017
Sanitary Sewer
Sanitary Sewer
Professional Services
Professional Services
Ecoenvelopes, LLC
SanRon Properties, Inc.
April Utility Bills
Vehicle Storage
Professional Services Total:
86076
06/21/2017
Sanitary Sewer
Sewer SAC Charges
Metropolitan Council
SAC Chages-May 2017
Sewer SAC Charges Total:
0
06/27/2017
Sanitary Sewer
State Income Tax
MN Dept of Revenue-Non Bank
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 State Income Tax
State Income Tax Total:
0
06/27/2017
Sanitary Sewer
AP-Checks for Approval (7/5/2017 - 10:05 AM)
Telephone
Sprint- CC
61.50
407.55
230.00
170.35
27.84
22.80
447.38
16.06
42.83
64.94
48.74
1,539.99
905.57
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 Pera additional employer
139.36
match
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 Pera Employer Contribution
905.57
PERA Employer Share Total:
0
86159
126.63
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 Pera Employee Contribution
905.57
PERA-Non Bank
PERA Employee Ded Total:
0
0
Amount
Cell Phones
1,044.93
391.39
694.44
1,085.83
22,141.35
22,141.35
584.75
584.75
77.98
Page 44
Check Number
Check Date
Fund Name
Account Name
Vendor Name
Invoice Desc.
Amount
Telephone Total:
0
06/21/2017
Sanitary Sewer
Utilities
Xcel Energy
77.98
Sanitary Sewers
72.47
Utilities Total:
Fund Total:
0
06/27/2017
Solid Waste Recycle
Federal Income Tax
IRS EFTPS- Non Bank
272,344.68
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 Federal Income Tax
Federal Income Tax Total:
0
0
06/27/2017
06/27/2017
Solid Waste Recycle
Solid Waste Recycle
FICA Employee Ded.
FICA Employee Ded.
IRS EFTPS- Non Bank
IRS EFTPS- Non Bank
06/27/2017
06/27/2017
Solid Waste Recycle
Solid Waste Recycle
FICA Employers Share
FICA Employers Share
IRS EFTPS- Non Bank
IRS EFTPS- Non Bank
06/21/2017
Solid Waste Recycle
Life Ins. Employer
LINA
Life Insurance Premium-June 2017
Life Ins. Employer Total:
86066
06/21/2017
Solid Waste Recycle
Long Term Disability
LINA
Life Insurance Premium-June 2017
Long Term Disability Total:
0
06/27/2017
Solid Waste Recycle
MN State Retirement
MSRS-Non Bank
06/27/2017
Solid Waste Recycle
PERA Employee Ded
PERA-Non Bank
75.83
1.45
1.45
5.08
5.08
9.37
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 Pera Employee Contribution
60.93
PERA Employee Ded Total:
AP-Checks for Approval (7/5/2017 - 10:05 AM)
75.83
9.37
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 Post Employment Health Plan
MN State Retirement Total:
0
113.86
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 Medicare Employer Portion
14.37
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 FICA Employer Portion 61.46
FICA Employers Share Total:
86066
113.86
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 FICA Employee Portion 61.46
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 Medicare Employee Portion
14.37
FICA Employee Ded. Total:
0
0
72.47
60.93
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Check Number
Check Date
Fund Name
Account Name
Vendor Name
Invoice Desc.
0
0
06/27/2017
06/27/2017
Solid Waste Recycle
Solid Waste Recycle
PERA Employer Share
PERA Employer Share
PERA-Non Bank
PERA-Non Bank
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 Pera additional employer match
9.37
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 Pera Employer Contribution
60.93
PERA Employer Share Total:
86019
0
0
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
Solid Waste Recycle
Solid Waste Recycle
Solid Waste Recycle
Professional Services
Professional Services
Professional Services
Business Data Record Services
Eureka Recycling
The Retrofit Companies Inc
Shredding Day Services
Curbside Recycling
Clean Up Day Supplies
Professional Services Total:
0
06/27/2017
Solid Waste Recycle
State Income Tax
MN Dept of Revenue-Non Bank
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 State Income Tax
State Income Tax Total:
Fund Total:
86104
86012
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
Storm Drainage
Storm Drainage
BMP Miantenance-2017
Clothing
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
Storm Drainage
Storm Drainage
Contract Maintenance
Contract Maintenance
Sandstrom Land Management, LLC Inlet Cleanout, Mulching, Planting
06/21/2017
Storm Drainage
Contractor Payments
06/21/2017
Storm Drainage
Cty Rd C2 Ditch
06/27/2017
Storm Drainage
AP-Checks for Approval (7/5/2017 - 10:05 AM)
Federal Income Tax
51.28
4,727.00
223.05
American Engineering Testing, Inc. Soil/Sediment Management
Waste Management of WI-MN
Waste Services
Hamline University
Adapt a Drain Program Development
Braun Intertec Corporation
IRS EFTPS- Non Bank
51.28
Uniform Supplies
Avenue Shirt Works
Ditch Sampling C2 at I35W
Cty Rd C2 Ditch Total:
0
44,431.74
4,727.00
Contractor Payments Total:
86016
5,056.90
36,506.84
2,868.00
BMP Miantenance-2017 Total:
Contract Maintenance Total:
86049
70.30
44,895.67
Clothing Total:
0
86131
Amount
223.05
2,770.65
3,125.92
5,896.57
3,500.00
3,500.00
636.60
636.60
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 Federal Income Tax 1,174.02
Page 46
Check Number
Check Date
Fund Name
Account Name
Vendor Name
Invoice Desc.
Federal Income Tax Total:
0
0
06/27/2017
06/27/2017
Storm Drainage
Storm Drainage
FICA Employee Ded.
FICA Employee Ded.
IRS EFTPS- Non Bank
IRS EFTPS- Non Bank
06/27/2017
06/27/2017
Storm Drainage
Storm Drainage
FICA Employers Share
FICA Employers Share
IRS EFTPS- Non Bank
IRS EFTPS- Non Bank
06/27/2017
Storm Drainage
HSA Employee
Premier Bank
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 HSA Employee
HSA Employee Total:
0
06/27/2017
Storm Drainage
ICMA Def Comp
06/21/2017
Storm Drainage
Life Ins. Employee
LINA
Life Insurance Premium-June 2017
Life Ins. Employee Total:
86066
06/21/2017
Storm Drainage
Life Ins. Employer
LINA
Life Insurance Premium-June 2017
Life Ins. Employer Total:
86066
06/21/2017
Storm Drainage
Long Term Disability
LINA
Life Insurance Premium-June 2017
Long Term Disability Total:
86089
06/21/2017
Storm Drainage
Medical Ins Employee
NJPA
Health Insurance Premium-June 2017
Medical Ins Employee Total:
86089
06/21/2017
Storm Drainage
Medical Ins Employer
NJPA
Health Insurance Premium-June 2017
Medical Ins Employer Total:
AP-Checks for Approval (7/5/2017 - 10:05 AM)
821.52
65.11
65.11
ICMA Retirement Trust 457-300227 PR Batch 00002.06.2017 ICMA Deferred Compensation
48.23
ICMA Def Comp Total:
86066
821.52
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 FICA Employer Portion665.80
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 Medicare Employer Portion
155.72
FICA Employers Share Total:
86156
1,174.02
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 Medicare Employee Portion
155.72
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 FICA Employee Portion665.80
FICA Employee Ded. Total:
0
0
Amount
48.23
61.10
61.10
19.51
19.51
56.11
56.11
165.63
165.63
1,602.49
1,602.49
Page 47
Check Number
Check Date
Fund Name
Account Name
Vendor Name
Invoice Desc.
0
06/27/2017
Storm Drainage
Minnesota Benefit Ded
MN Benefit Association
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 Minnesota Benefit
Minnesota Benefit Ded Total:
0
06/27/2017
Storm Drainage
MN State Retirement
06/27/2017
Storm Drainage
MNDCP Def Comp
Great West- Non Bank
06/21/2017
Storm Drainage
Office Supplies
Innovative Office Solutions
Office Supplies
Office Supplies Total:
86077
0
0
06/21/2017
06/20/2017
06/27/2017
Storm Drainage
Storm Drainage
Storm Drainage
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
MIDC Enterprises
Mills Fleet Farm-CC
Walmart-CC
Shovel
Blades, Waders, Hip Boots
Spray Paint
Operating Supplies Total:
0
06/27/2017
Storm Drainage
PERA Employee Ded
PERA-Non Bank
06/27/2017
06/27/2017
Storm Drainage
Storm Drainage
PERA Employer Share
PERA Employer Share
PERA-Non Bank
PERA-Non Bank
06/21/2017
06/27/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
Storm Drainage
Storm Drainage
Storm Drainage
Storm Drainage
Professional Services
Professional Services
Professional Services
Professional Services
Ecoenvelopes, LLC
SanRon Properties, Inc.
Sheila Stowell
Sheila Stowell
April Utility Bills
Vehicle Storage
PWETC Meeting Minutes
Mileage Reimbursement
Professional Services Total:
0
06/27/2017
Storm Drainage
AP-Checks for Approval (7/5/2017 - 10:05 AM)
State Income Tax
61.75
63.32
63.32
49.38
358.83
30.34
438.55
668.27
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 Pera Employer Contribution
668.27
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 Pera additional employer
102.86
match
PERA Employer Share Total:
0
86159
86111
86111
102.86
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 Pera Employee Contribution
668.27
PERA Employee Ded Total:
0
0
35.83
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 MNDCP Deferred Compensation
61.75
MNDCP Def Comp Total:
0
35.83
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 Post Employment Health
Plan
102.86
MSRS-Non Bank
MN State Retirement Total:
0
Amount
MN Dept of Revenue-Non Bank
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 State Income Tax
771.13
391.40
694.44
162.50
9.30
1,257.64
471.40
Page 48
Check Number
Check Date
Fund Name
Account Name
Vendor Name
Invoice Desc.
State Income Tax Total:
0
06/21/2017
Storm Drainage
Walsh Lake Lift St Repl
SEH
06/27/2017
Telecommunications
Federal Income Tax
IRS EFTPS- Non Bank
2,579.46
Walsh Lake Lift St Repl Total:
2,579.46
26,268.67
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 Federal Income Tax
Federal Income Tax Total:
0
0
06/27/2017
06/27/2017
Telecommunications
Telecommunications
FICA Employee Ded.
FICA Employee Ded.
IRS EFTPS- Non Bank
IRS EFTPS- Non Bank
06/27/2017
06/27/2017
Telecommunications
Telecommunications
FICA Employers Share
FICA Employers Share
IRS EFTPS- Non Bank
IRS EFTPS- Non Bank
06/27/2017
Telecommunications
HSA Employee
Premier Bank
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 HSA Employee
HSA Employee Total:
86066
06/21/2017
Telecommunications
Life Ins. Employee
LINA
Life Insurance Premium-June 2017
Life Ins. Employee Total:
86066
06/21/2017
Telecommunications
Life Ins. Employer
LINA
Life Insurance Premium-June 2017
Life Ins. Employer Total:
86066
06/21/2017
Telecommunications
Long Term Disability
LINA
Life Insurance Premium-June 2017
Long Term Disability Total:
AP-Checks for Approval (7/5/2017 - 10:05 AM)
575.59
550.14
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 Medicare Employer Portion
104.26
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 FICA Employer Portion445.88
FICA Employers Share Total:
86156
575.59
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 Medicare Employee Portion
104.26
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 FICA Employee Portion445.88
FICA Employee Ded. Total:
0
0
471.40
Walsh Lift Station
Fund Total:
0
Amount
550.14
9.00
9.00
48.30
48.30
10.55
10.55
38.27
38.27
Page 49
Check Number
Check Date
Fund Name
Account Name
Vendor Name
Invoice Desc.
86089
06/21/2017
Telecommunications
Medical Ins Employee
NJPA
Health Insurance Premium-June 2017
Medical Ins Employee Total:
86089
06/21/2017
Telecommunications
Medical Ins Employer
NJPA
Health Insurance Premium-June 2017
Medical Ins Employer Total:
0
06/27/2017
Telecommunications
MN State Retirement
06/27/2017
Telecommunications
MNDCP Def Comp
Great West- Non Bank
06/27/2017
Telecommunications
PERA Employee Ded
PERA-Non Bank
06/27/2017
06/27/2017
Telecommunications
Telecommunications
PERA Employer Share
PERA Employer Share
PERA-Non Bank
PERA-Non Bank
06/21/2017
Telecommunications
Printing
Murphy Creative Design, LLC
Newsletter Creative Services
Printing Total:
0
06/21/2017
Telecommunications
Professional Services
North Suburban Access Corp
Monthly Production Services-May 2017
Professional Services Total:
0
06/27/2017
Telecommunications
State Income Tax
MN Dept of Revenue-Non Bank
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 State Income Tax
State Income Tax Total:
Fund Total:
AP-Checks for Approval (7/5/2017 - 10:05 AM)
798.08
71.88
523.79
467.21
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 Pera Employer Contribution
467.21
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 Pera additional employer71.88
match
PERA Employer Share Total:
86085
798.08
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 Pera Employee Contribution
467.21
PERA Employee Ded Total:
0
0
245.97
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 MNDCP Deferred Compensation
523.79
MNDCP Def Comp Total:
0
245.97
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 Post Employment Health71.88
Plan
MSRS-Non Bank
MN State Retirement Total:
0
Amount
539.09
1,050.00
1,050.00
1,433.19
1,433.19
251.30
251.30
7,162.50
Page 50
Check Number
Check Date
Fund Name
Account Name
Vendor Name
Invoice Desc.
86115
06/21/2017
TIF District #17-Twin Lakes
General Twin Lakes HSS Expense
Terracon Consultants, Inc.
Professional Services
General Twin Lakes HSS Expense Total:
0
06/27/2017
TIF District #17-Twin Lakes
Twin Lakes I-35W Ramp
Forest Lake Contracting, Inc.
35W/Cleveland Ave Interchange
Twin Lakes I-35W Ramp Total:
Fund Total:
86135
86136
86137
86139
86140
86141
86142
85974
86145
86146
85975
86147
85977
86150
86151
85983
85984
85987
85990
86162
85996
85998
85999
86164
86165
86001
86002
86166
06/27/2017
06/27/2017
06/27/2017
06/27/2017
06/27/2017
06/27/2017
06/27/2017
06/21/2017
06/27/2017
06/27/2017
06/21/2017
06/27/2017
06/21/2017
06/27/2017
06/27/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/27/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/27/2017
06/27/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/27/2017
Water Fund
Water Fund
Water Fund
Water Fund
Water Fund
Water Fund
Water Fund
Water Fund
Water Fund
Water Fund
Water Fund
Water Fund
Water Fund
Water Fund
Water Fund
Water Fund
Water Fund
Water Fund
Water Fund
Water Fund
Water Fund
Water Fund
Water Fund
Water Fund
Water Fund
Water Fund
Water Fund
Water Fund
Accounts Payable
Accounts Payable
Accounts Payable
Accounts Payable
Accounts Payable
Accounts Payable
Accounts Payable
Accounts Payable
Accounts Payable
Accounts Payable
Accounts Payable
Accounts Payable
Accounts Payable
Accounts Payable
Accounts Payable
Accounts Payable
Accounts Payable
Accounts Payable
Accounts Payable
Accounts Payable
Accounts Payable
Accounts Payable
Accounts Payable
Accounts Payable
Accounts Payable
Accounts Payable
Accounts Payable
Accounts Payable
ANTHONY CAMPAGNA
ARLENE & EDWARD CARNEY
CLAYTON COLBERT
NIAL DONNELLY
FARRINGTON ESTATES LLC
CAROL FOGARTY
DICK FOWLER
THEODORE GOLBERG
HAPPY HAVEN LLC
OLGA HENDERSON
ROBERTA HOLSTEN
KAREN HORBUL
BETTY JUDY
TERRY & DEBRA KNUDSON
STEVE LEBENS
PATRICIA NZIOKA
LISA PALLO
PROPERTY BUYERS LLC
PAUL SCHULZ
MARSHALL TITUS
KEVIN TUCKER
DONALD ULBRICHT
VERITAS TECHNOLOGY
JOSPEH WEINMANN
STEVE WEISMANN
DAVID WETHERILL
KENNETH WHITMAN
CINDY WILCOX
2,000.00
2,000.00
864.00
864.00
2,864.00
Refund Check
Refund Check
Refund Check
Refund Check
Refund Check
Refund Check
Refund Check
Refund Check
Refund Check
Refund Check
Refund Check
Refund Check
Refund Check
Refund Check
Refund Check
Refund Check
Refund Check
Refund Check
Refund Check
Refund Check
Refund Check
Refund Check
Refund Check
Refund Check
Refund Check
Refund Check
Refund Check
Refund Check
Accounts Payable Total:
AP-Checks for Approval (7/5/2017 - 10:05 AM)
Amount
37.55
41.03
0.66
170.28
223.91
65.58
180.87
50.00
188.43
50.34
79.32
52.25
49.42
33.61
96.59
51.44
68.98
20.20
34.72
77.25
73.75
77.22
268.05
193.33
92.34
6.28
53.88
161.32
2,498.60
Page 51
Check Number
Check Date
Fund Name
Account Name
Vendor Name
Invoice Desc.
86012
06/21/2017
Water Fund
Clothing
Avenue Shirt Works
Uniform Supplies
Clothing Total:
86005
86047
86097
86097
86097
86097
86097
86097
86097
86128
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
Water Fund
Water Fund
Water Fund
Water Fund
Water Fund
Water Fund
Water Fund
Water Fund
Water Fund
Water Fund
Contract Maintenance
Contract Maintenance
Contract Maintenance
Contract Maintenance
Contract Maintenance
Contract Maintenance
Contract Maintenance
Contract Maintenance
Contract Maintenance
Contract Maintenance
Action Fence, Inc.
Gary Carlson Equipment, Corp.
Q3 Contracting, Inc.
Q3 Contracting, Inc.
Q3 Contracting, Inc.
Q3 Contracting, Inc.
Q3 Contracting, Inc.
Q3 Contracting, Inc.
Q3 Contracting, Inc.
Valley-Rich Co., Inc.
06/27/2017
Water Fund
Federal Income Tax
IRS EFTPS- Non Bank
06/27/2017
06/27/2017
Water Fund
Water Fund
FICA Employee Ded.
FICA Employee Ded.
IRS EFTPS- Non Bank
IRS EFTPS- Non Bank
06/27/2017
06/27/2017
Water Fund
Water Fund
FICA Employers Share
FICA Employers Share
IRS EFTPS- Non Bank
IRS EFTPS- Non Bank
06/27/2017
Water Fund
HSA Employee
Premier Bank
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 HSA Employee
HSA Employee Total:
86006
0
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
Water Fund
Water Fund
I/I Study
I/I Study
Advanced Engineering & Environmental
Water
Services,
BoosterInc
Station Improvements
SEH
I/I Investgation
I/I Study Total:
0
06/27/2017
Water Fund
AP-Checks for Approval (7/5/2017 - 10:05 AM)
ICMA Def Comp
1,921.50
1,475.15
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 Medicare Employer Portion
279.62
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 FICA Employer Portion
1,195.53
FICA Employers Share Total:
86156
49,495.55
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 FICA Employee Portion
1,195.53
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 Medicare Employee Portion
279.62
FICA Employee Ded. Total:
0
0
151.67
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 Federal Income Tax 1,921.50
Federal Income Tax Total:
0
0
151.67
Fence Repair
795.00
2017 BOMAG BMP 8500 TRENCH COMPACTOR
31,305.00
Barrels, Arrows, Sign Rentals
1,199.25
Barrels, Arrows, Sign Rentals
441.75
Barrels, Arrows, Sign Rentals
173.25
Barrels, Arrows, Sign Rentals
123.10
Barrels, Arrows, Sign Rentals
371.40
Barrels, Arrows, Sign Rentals
266.40
Barrels, Arrows, Sign Rentals
147.80
Equipment Rental
14,672.60
Contract Maintenance Total:
0
Amount
1,475.15
131.94
131.94
16,332.78
54,430.19
70,762.97
ICMA Retirement Trust 457-300227 PR Batch 00002.06.2017 ICMA Deferred Compensation
48.76
Page 52
Check Number
Check Date
Fund Name
Account Name
Vendor Name
Invoice Desc.
ICMA Def Comp Total:
86066
06/21/2017
Water Fund
Life Ins. Employee
LINA
Life Insurance Premium-June 2017
Life Ins. Employee Total:
86066
06/21/2017
Water Fund
Life Ins. Employer
LINA
Life Insurance Premium-June 2017
Life Ins. Employer Total:
86066
06/21/2017
Water Fund
Long Term Disability
LINA
Life Insurance Premium-June 2017
Long Term Disability Total:
86089
06/21/2017
Water Fund
Medical Ins Employee
NJPA
Health Insurance Premium-June 2017
Medical Ins Employee Total:
86089
06/21/2017
Water Fund
Medical Ins Employer
NJPA
Health Insurance Premium-June 2017
Medical Ins Employer Total:
0
06/27/2017
Water Fund
MN State Retirement
06/27/2017
Water Fund
MNDCP Def Comp
Great West- Non Bank
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/27/2017
06/20/2017
06/27/2017
06/20/2017
06/21/2017
Water Fund
Water Fund
Water Fund
Water Fund
Water Fund
Water Fund
Water Fund
Water Fund
Water Fund
Water Fund
AP-Checks for Approval (7/5/2017 - 10:05 AM)
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
164.86
164.86
34.62
34.62
87.40
87.40
606.31
606.31
2,776.59
2,776.59
175.12
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 MNDCP Deferred Compensation
202.11
MNDCP Def Comp Total:
0
0
0
0
86043
0
0
0
0
86084
48.76
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 Post Employment Health
Plan
175.12
MSRS-Non Bank
MN State Retirement Total:
0
Amount
Aggregate Industries-MWR, Inc.
Ferguson Waterworks #2516
Ferguson Waterworks #2516
Ferguson Waterworks #2516
Fra-Dor Inc.
Jimmy John's Sandwiches- CC
Menards-CC
Menards-CC
Mills Fleet Farm-CC
Murlowski Properties Inc
Road Base, Sand
Grease
Meter Supplies
Meter Supplies
Received Loads
Meeting Supplies
Valve
Lathe Drill
Pick
Watermain Break Dump Fee
202.11
1,820.16
309.45
407.55
4,205.16
548.00
72.91
51.36
6.40
13.70
247.90
Page 53
Check Number
Check Date
Fund Name
Account Name
Vendor Name
Invoice Desc.
86084
86084
0
0
0
0
0
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
06/27/2017
06/20/2017
06/20/2017
06/27/2017
06/21/2017
Water Fund
Water Fund
Water Fund
Water Fund
Water Fund
Water Fund
Water Fund
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Operating Supplies
Murlowski Properties Inc
Murlowski Properties Inc
Office Depot- CC
Suburban Ace Hardware-CC
Suburban Ace Hardware-CC
USA Blue Book-CC
Viking Industrial Center
Watermain Break Dump Fee
Watermain Break Dump Fee
Printer
Hose Supplies
Glue, Nipples
Blue Book
Iron Top Beam Clamp
Operating Supplies Total:
0
06/27/2017
Water Fund
PERA Employee Ded
06/27/2017
06/27/2017
Water Fund
Water Fund
PERA Employer Share
PERA Employer Share
PERA-Non Bank
PERA-Non Bank
06/21/2017
06/27/2017
06/21/2017
06/21/2017
Water Fund
Water Fund
Water Fund
Water Fund
Professional Services
Professional Services
Professional Services
Professional Services
Ecoenvelopes, LLC
SanRon Properties, Inc.
Total Tool
Twin City Water Clinic, Inc.
April Utility Bills
Vehicle Storage
Annual Crain & Hoist Inspection
Coliform Bacteria-May Samples
Professional Services Total:
0
06/27/2017
Water Fund
State Income Tax
MN Dept of Revenue-Non Bank
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 State Income Tax
State Income Tax Total:
0
06/21/2017
Water Fund
Utilities
Xcel Energy
Water Tower
Utilities Total:
Fund Total:
0
06/21/2017
Workers Compensation
Insurance
WCRA
1,138.50
1,313.62
391.40
694.45
180.00
600.00
1,865.85
809.58
809.58
4,779.48
4,779.48
151,808.10
Installment Payment
Insurance Total:
AP-Checks for Approval (7/5/2017 - 10:05 AM)
9,892.77
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 Pera additional employer
175.12
match
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 Pera Employer Contribution
1,138.50
PERA Employer Share Total:
0
86159
0
86124
1,164.60
773.50
85.69
82.51
54.89
41.71
7.28
PR Batch 00002.06.2017 Pera Employee Contribution
1,138.50
PERA-Non Bank
PERA Employee Ded Total:
0
0
Amount
3,803.35
3,803.35
Page 54
Check Number
Check Date
Fund Name
Account Name
Vendor Name
Invoice Desc.
Fund Total:
Report Total:
AP-Checks for Approval (7/5/2017 - 10:05 AM)
Amount
3,803.35
1,381,759.11
Page 55
REQUEST FOR COUNCIL ACTION
Date:
7/10/2017
Item No.: 9.b
Department Approval
City Manager Approval
Item Description: Consideration to approve or deny 1 Massage Therapy Establishment License.
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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
BACKGROUND
Chapter 301 of the City Code requires all applications for business and other licenses to be submitted to the City
Council for approval. The following application is submitted for consideration:
Massage Therapy Establishment License
Oriental Health Center LLC
dba Knead a Massage
1961 Rice Street
Roseville, MN 55113
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11
12
There has been a change in ownership of the Knead a Massage establishment. Sailian Zhu will now be the
owner of the establishment under a new LLC but the same trade name.
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14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
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POLICY OBJECTIVE
Required by City Code
FINANCIAL IMPACTS
The correct fees were paid to the City at the time the application was made.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION
Staff has reviewed the application and has determined that the applicant meet sall City requirements. Staff
recommends approval of the license.
REQUESTED COUNCIL ACTION
Motion to approve the Massage Therapy Establishment License.
Prepared by:
Attachments:
Chris Miller, Finance Director
A: Applications
B: Applications Redacted
C: City Code 309
Attachment B
Attachment C
CHAPTER 309
MASSAGE THERAPY ESTABLISHMENTS
SECTION:
309.01:
309.02:
309.03:
309.04:
309.05:
309.06:
309.07:
Definitions
License for Massage Therapy Establishment
Granting, Denying or Rescinding of Licenses
Practice of Massage Therapy Only by Licenses Persons
Revocation or Suspension of License
Restrictions and Regulations
Violations, Penalty
309.01: DEFINITIONS:
As used in this Chapter, the following words and terms shall have the meanings ascribed to them
in this Section:
CHAIR MASSAGE: A massage provided to a fully-clothed individual, and limited to the neck,
shoulders, arms, and back, where the massage is not provided in a massage therapy
establishment; and provided the individual giving the massage meets the requirements specified
in Section 309.04 (A). (Ord. 1329, 11-14-05)
MASSAGE THERAPIST: A person who practices massage therapy.
MASSAGE THERAPY: The rubbing, stroking, kneading, tapping or rolling of the body with the
hands or other parts of the body for the exclusive purposes of relaxation, physical fitness or
beautification and for no other purpose.
The practice of massage therapy is hereby declared to be distinct from the licensed practice
of medicine, osteopathy, chiropractic, physical therapy, podiatry and nursing, as well as
athletic coaches and trainers. Persons engaged in those professions are exempt from the
provisions of this Chapter.
MASSAGE THERAPY ESTABLISHMENT: Any room, or premise wherein a person may
receive a massage from a massage therapist for a fee; where massages are given on more than 14
calendar days in any given calendar year. (Ord. 1329, 11-14-05)
SANITARY: Free from the vegetative cells of pathogenic microorganisms. (Ord. 1142, 6-131994)
309.02: LICENSE FOR MASSAGE THERAPY ESTABLISHMENT:
A. License Required: No person shall engage in the business of operating a massage therapy
establishment within the City without first having obtained the required license.
B. Application Fee: The initial application for a license shall be made by completing an
application form provided by and containing such information as required by the City
Manager and by paying a nonrefundable application fee, as established by the City Fee
Schedule in Section 314.05. (Ord. 1329, 11-14-05)
C. Separate License Required Fee: A separate license shall be obtained for each place of
business, the fee for which shall be as established by the City Fee Schedule in Section
314.05. (Ord. 1329, 11-14-05)
309.03: GRANTING, DENYING OR RESCINDING OF LICENSES:
A. Zoning Compliance: Massage Therapy Establishment licenses may be granted only to
establishments associated with and operating within the confines of and incidental to a
properly zoned beauty parlor (salon), health club, office, shopping mall, or similar areas
open to the public. (Ord. 1329, 11-14-05)
B. Building, Safety and Sanitation Regulations: Licenses may be denied or rescinded if the
premises of the massage therapy establishments do not meet the requirements of the City
Council, and of the building, safety and sanitation regulations of the City and State.
C. Fraud or Deception: Licenses may be denied or rescinded if there is any fraud or deception
involved in the license application.
D. History of Violations: Licenses may be denied or rescinded if the applicant, licensee or
employee of the same fails to comply with, or have a history of violations of the laws or
ordinances which apply to health, safety or moral turpitude.
E. Additional Conditions: The City Council may attach such reasonable conditions to the
license as it, in its sole discretion, deems to be appropriate. (Ord. 1142, 6-13-1994)
(Ord. 1283, 6-16-03)
309.04: PRACTICE OF MASSAGE THERAPY ONLY BY LICENSED
PERSONS:
A. Application for License: Any person or business desiring to be licensed as a massage
therapy establishment shall file an application on forms provided by the City Manager. The
application shall contain such information as the City Manager may require, including: (Ord.
1329, 11-14-05)
1. The applicant's full name, address, social security number and written proof of age.
2. The name and address of the licensed massage therapy establishment by which the
applicant expects to be employed.
3. A statement concerning whether the person has been convicted of or entered a plea of
guilty to any crime or ordinance violation and, if so, information as to the time, place and
nature of such crime or offense.
4. Proof that the applicant meets the following educational requirements:
a. A diploma or certificate of graduation from a school approved by the American
Massage Therapist Association or other similar reputable massage association; or
b. A diploma or certificate of graduation from a school which is either accredited by a
recognized educational accrediting association or agency or is licensed by the State or
local government agency having jurisdiction over the school.
c. Each applicant shall also furnish proof at the time of application of a minimum of 600
hours of successfully completed course work in the following areas:
(1) The theory and practice of massage, including, but not limited to, Swedish,
Esalen, Shiatsu and/or foot reflexology techniques; and
(2) Anatomy, including, but not limited to, skeletal and muscular structure and organ
placement; and
(3) Hygiene.
B. Fee: The annual license fee for a massage therapist is as established by the City Fee
Schedule in Section 314.05. Ord. 1329, 11-14-05)
C. Review of Application: License applications shall be reviewed by the Police Department.
D. Denial of Application: The license application may be denied for any of the following
reasons:
1. Fraudulent Statements: The application contains false, fraudulent, or deceptive
statements.
2. Prior Conviction: The applicant has been convicted of or entered a plea of guilty within
the previous three years to a violation of this Chapter or of any other law regulating the
practice of massage, or of any law prohibiting criminal sexual conduct, prostitution,
pandering, indecent conduct or keeping of a disorderly house.
3. Noncompliance: The applicant has not complied with a provision of this Chapter.
4. Underage: The applicant is less than eighteen (18) years of age. (Ord. 1142, 6-13-94)
309.05: REVOCATION OR SUSPENSION OF LICENSE:
A license may be revoked or suspended for any of the following reasons:
A. Application Fraud: Fraud, deception or misrepresentation in connection with the registration
application.
B. Violation of Chapter: A violation of any provision of this Chapter.
C. Criminal Conviction: Conviction of a criminal sexual conduct, prostitution, pandering,
indecent conduct or keeping a disorderly house.
D. Conviction Arising out of Practice of Massage Therapy: Conviction of any crime or
ordinance violation arising out of the practice of massage therapy.
E. Lack of Skill: Exhibition of a demonstrable lack of skill in the practice of massage therapy.
(Ord. 1142, 6-13-94)
309.06: RESTRICTIONS AND REGULATIONS:
A. Display of License: Any person registered as a massage therapist hereunder shall display
such license, or a true copy thereof, in a prominent place at such person's place of
employment.
B. Identification: Upon demand of any police officer at the place of employment, any person
licensed hereunder shall produce correct identification, identifying himself/herself by his/her
true legal name and correct address.
C. Inspection: During business hours, all massage therapy establishments shall be open to
inspection by City Building and License Inspectors, Health Officers and police officers.
D. Therapist, Change of Location: Any person licensed hereunder shall practice massage only
at such location or locations as are designated in the license. Any person registered
hereunder shall inform the City Manager, in writing, of any change in location prior to its
occurrence.
E. Hours: No customers or patrons shall be allowed to enter or remain on the licensed premises
after 9:00 P.M. or before 8:00 A.M. daily.
F. Alcohol or Drugs Prohibited: No beer, liquor, narcotic drug or controlled substance, as such
terms are defined by State statutes or the City Code shall be permitted on licensed premises.
G. Violation of Building, Safety or Health Regulations: Violation of any law or regulation
relating to building, safety or health shall be grounds for revocation or any license.
H. Locks on Doors: There shall be no locks on doors of massage rooms.
I. Appropriate Covering Required:
1. Patron: Whenever a massage is given, it shall be required by the massage therapist that
the person who is receiving the massage shall have her breasts and his/her buttocks and
genitals covered with a nontransparent material. For purposes of receiving a chair massage,
patrons must stay fully-clothed at all times. (Ord. 1329, 11-14-05)
2. Therapist: Any massage therapists performing any massages shall at all times have her
breasts and his/her buttocks and genitals covered with a nontransparent material. (Ord. 1142,
6-13-94)
J. With the exception of chair massages, all other types of massages shall take place in
a
private room subject to the conditions and restrictions noted above. (Ord. 1329, 11-14-05)
309.07: VIOLATIONS, PENALTY:
Every person who violates this Chapter is guilty of a misdemeanor. (Ord. 1142, 6-13-94)
REQUEST FOR COUNCIL ACTION
Date:
07/10/2017
Item No.: 9.c
Department Approval
Item Description:
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City Manager Approval
Issuance of a 1-4 Day Temporary On-Sale Liquor License.
BACKGROUND
Chapter 301 of the City Code requires all applications for business and other licenses to be submitted to the City
Council for approval. The following application is submitted for consideration:
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1-4 Day Temporary On-Sale Liquor License
Friends of Roseville Parks
2660 Civic Center Drive
Roseville, MN 55113
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The Friends Roseville Parks will be hosting their Annual Tapped and Uncorked event at the Roseville Oval on
9/29/2017. Temporary Licenses have been approved by the City the past 3 years and there have been no issues
at the event.
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POLICY OBJECTIVE
Required by City Code
FINANCIAL IMPACTS
The correct fees were paid to the City at the time the application was made.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION
Staff has reviewed the application and has determined that the applicant meets all City requirements. Staff
recommends approval of the license.
REQUESTED COUNCIL ACTION
Motion to approve the Temporary Liquor License application.
Prepared by:
Attachments:
Chris Miller, Finance Director
A: Applications
Attachment A
REQUEST FOR COUNCIL ACTION
Date:
7/10/2017
Item No.: 9.d
Department Approval
Item Description:
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Approve General Purchases or Sale of Surplus Items Exceeding $5,000
BACKGROUND
City Code section 103.05 establishes the requirement that all general purchases and/or contracts in
excess of $5,000 be approved by the Council. In addition, State Statutes require that the Council
authorize the sale of surplus vehicles and equipment.
General Purchases or Contracts
City Staff have submitted the following items for Council review and approval:
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Parks & Rec
Parks & Rec
Vendor
Rainbow Tree Care
Precision Landscape
Comments/Description:
Budget
Description
Key Amount
EAB: Insecticide Treatment
(a) $ 75,000.00
Diseased & Hazardous Tree Removal (b)
75,000.00
P.O.
Budget /
Amount
CIP
$ 20,000.00 Budget
15,000.00 Budget
a)
The amount budgeted represents the total 2017 Budget for diseased & hazardous tree removal in the parks.
Additional Funds are available from a previous Council appropriation.
b) The amount budgeted represents the total 2017 Budget for diseased & hazardous tree removal in the parks.
Sale of Surplus Vehicles or Equipment
City Staff have identified surplus vehicles and equipment that have been replaced or are no longer needed
to deliver City programs and services. These surplus items will either be traded in on replacement items
or will be sold in a public auction or bid process. The items include the following:
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POLICY OBJECTIVE
Required under City Code 103.05.
FINANCIAL IMPACTS
Funding for all items is provided for in the current operating or capital budget.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION
Staff recommends the City Council approve the submitted purchases or contracts for service and, if
applicable, authorize the trade-in/sale of surplus items.
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REQUESTED COUNCIL ACTION
Motion to approve the attached list of general purchases and contracts for services and where
applicable; the trade-in/sale of surplus equipment.
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Prepared by:
Attachments:
Chris Miller, Finance Director
A: 2017 CIP Purchase Summary
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Attachment A
City of Roseville
2017 Summary of Scheduled CIP Items
Administration
Office Furniture
Finance
Software Acquisition
Central Services
Copier & Postage Machine Lease
Police
Marked Squad Car Replacements
Unmarked Vehicle Replacement
CSO Vehicle
Vehicle Tools & Equipment
Vehicle Computers & Printers
Sidearms, Long-Guns, Non-Lethal Equip.
Tactical Gear
Crime Scene Equipment
Radio Equipment
Office Equipment
Office Furniture
Kitchen Items
Fire
Battalion Chief Vehicle
Automatic External Defibrillator
Camera to assist with rescue/firefighting
Portable and mobile radios
Lighting equipment /portable
Response to water related emergencies
SWAT Gear/Equipment
SCBA Equipment
Rescue Equipment
Public Works
#111 - Bobcat, snow blower
#123 Patch Hook Body
#125 5-ton Dump (tandem)
Electronic message board-attenuator
#166 Cimline Melter
#108 Hydro Seeder
#113 Tree chipper
Street Signs
Vehicle analyzer update
Jib crane (overhead motor & trolly)
Brake lathe
Parks & Recreation
Puppet Wagon
#519 Lee-boy grader
#520 Single axle trailer
#546 Toro groundmaster
#565 Smithco sweeper
#505 Holder snow machine
Updated June 30, 2017
Council
Approval
P.O.
Amount
$
1/23/2017
1/23/2017
1/23/2017
1/23/2017
1/23/2017
1/23/2017
1/9/2017
1/23/2017
1/23/2017
3/27/2017
1/23/2017
5/22/2017
3/13/2017
3/13/2017
Budget
Amount
-
$
YTD
Actual
-
$
Difference
-
$
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-
20,000
-
20,000
-
77,840
27,758
50,082
48,716
75,907
30,032
24,253
-
165,000
24,000
33,950
69,395
13,045
18,080
11,330
3,000
15,500
20,025
2,100
2,060
64,231
91,892
30,032
4,314
2,564
24,253
567
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100,769
(67,892)
3,918
65,081
13,045
15,516
11,330
3,000
(8,753)
19,458
2,100
2,060
30,594
34,144
45,000
8,000
7,000
80,000
5,000
6,000
10,000
30,000
43,608
13,643
34,446
4,954
1,392
8,000
7,000
66,357
5,000
6,000
10,000
(34,446)
25,046
177,218
6,907
49,175
30,436
36,313
36,780
-
20,000
75,000
230,000
7,500
50,000
60,000
55,000
50,000
1,000
7,500
10,000
167,816
30,436
-
20,000
75,000
62,184
7,500
50,000
29,564
55,000
50,000
1,000
7,500
10,000
40,237
118,304
14,000
150,000
5,000
35,000
8,000
145,000
40,231
133,304
14,000
150,000
5,000
(5,231)
8,000
11,696
City of Roseville
2017 Summary of Scheduled CIP Items
General Facility Improvements
Police & PW garage Co2/No2 detectors
Update Flooring CH/PD
Overhead door replacement
Tables and chairs City Hall
Central Park gymnasium
Variable speed pump-skating center
Information Technology
Computers (Notebooks, Desktop, Mobile)
Monitor/Display
MS Office License
Desktop Printer
Network Printers/Copiers/Scanners (13)
Network Switches/Routers (Roseville)
Network Switches/Routers (Shared)
Servers - Roseville Standalone (5)
Servers - Host - Shared (5)
Storage Area Network Nodes- Shared (8)
Power/UPS - Closets (11)
Surveillance Cameras (53)
Telephone Handsets (283)
Wireless Access Points (38)
Office Furniture
Park Improvements
Tennis & Basketball Courts
Shelters & Structures
Volleyball & Bocce Ball Courts
Pathway Lighting
PIP Items
Natural Resources
Street Improvements
Improvements
Street Lighting
Improvements
Pathways (Existing)
Improvements
Communications
Conference Room Equipment
Other Equipment
License Center
General Office Equipment
Office Painting
Office Carpeting
Community Development
Inspections Vehicle
Computer Replacements
Online Permit/Scheduling Software
Office Furniture
Updated June 30, 2017
Council
Approval
3/13/2017
1/23/2017
4/24/2017
3/13/2017
P.O.
Amount
Budget
Amount
YTD
Actual
Difference
9,500
-
9,200
75,000
20,000
30,000
20,000
15,000
9,500
-
(300)
75,000
20,000
30,000
20,000
15,000
31,250
-
30,400
8,700
14,721
1,200
17,000
26,000
18,509
5,000
17,500
27,500
1,320
9,180
8,190
3,000
25,000
7,244
6,697
4,720
31,303
-
23,156
8,700
8,024
1,200
17,000
21,280
18,509
5,000
17,500
(3,803)
1,320
9,180
8,190
3,000
25,000
-
200,000
-
11,285
-
188,715
-
-
2,100,000
308,430
1,791,570
-
-
-
-
180,000
180,000
23,815
156,185
-
4,500
10,000
-
4,500
10,000
-
17,900
6,500
15,000
-
17,900
6,500
15,000
17,120
-
18,000
5,000
50,000
1,000
-
18,000
5,000
50,000
1,000
City of Roseville
2017 Summary of Scheduled CIP Items
Water
#208 Meter van
#210 4x4 pickup
#230 Ford 1/2-ton
#237 Wacker Compacter
Electronic message board-attenuator
Booster station building maintenance
Replace Water Tower Fence
Water main replacement
Sanitary Sewer
Electronic message board-attenuator
Cleveland LS upgrade
Roof/Tuckpoint Fernwood/Rehab
Sewer main repairs
I & I reduction
Storm Sewer
#132 Elgin sweeper 2002 3-wheel
Electronic message board-attenuator
Field Computer Add/Replacements
#165 5 ton trailer
Walsh Storm station Upgrades
Pond improvements/Infiltration
Storm Sewer Replacement/Rehabilitation
Golf Course
Gas Pump Replacement
Course Netting/Deck/Shelter
Total - All Items
Updated June 30, 2017
Council
Approval
P.O.
Amount
Budget
Amount
YTD
Actual
Difference
30,193
30,193
31,305
6,907
-
25,000
25,000
20,000
50,000
7,500
40,000
20,000
1,000,000
6,907
113,243
25,000
25,000
20,000
50,000
593
40,000
20,000
886,757
1/23/2017
6,907
-
7,500
550,000
75,000
700,000
100,000
6,907
5,834
289,302
-
593
544,166
75,000
410,698
100,000
2/13/2017
1/23/2017
218,189
6,907
11,480
-
225,000
7,500
5,000
12,000
60,000
300,000
400,000
218,189
6,907
12,256
2,579
66,549
50,660
6,811
593
5,000
(256)
57,421
233,451
349,340
-
10,000
12,000
-
-
10,000
12,000
-
$ 8,231,145
$ 1,896,379
$ 6,334,766
4/10/2017
6/5/2017
5/22/2017
1/23/2017
1/9/2017
REQUEST FOR COUNCIL ACTION
Department Approval
Item Description:
Agenda Date: 7/10/2017
Agenda Item: 9.e
City Manager Approval
Request for approval of a recombination minor subdivision at Westwood
Village Townhomes I and III (PF17-015)
APPLICATION INFORMATION
Applicants:
Westwood Village I Assoc. and Westwood Village III Assoc.
Location:
northeast of County Road C and Mackubin Street
Planning District 5
Property Owners:
Westwood Village I Assoc. and Westwood Village III Assoc.
Application Submission: submitted and considered complete June 2, 2017
City Action Deadline:
September 30, 2017, per Minn. Stat. §462.358 subd. 3b
GENERAL SITE INFORMATION
Land Use Context
Existing Land Use
Guiding
Zoning
Site
One-family residential, attached
MR
MDR
North
One-family residential, detached
One-family residential, attached
Multi-family residential
One-family residential, detached
One-family residential, detached
One-family residential, attached
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HR
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LDR-1
MDR
HDR-1
LDR-1
LDR-1
LDR-2
West
East
South
LR
Notable Natural Features: substantial mature tree cover and adjacent storm water pond
Planning File History:
1968 (PF429-68) Approval of a
parking setback variance for
Westwood Village I
1968 (PF430-68) Approval of the
Westwood Village Townhouses Plat 1
1970 (PF581-70) Approval of the
Westwood Village Townhouses Plat 3
LEVEL OF CITY DISCRETION IN DECISION-MAKING
Action taken on subdivision requests is quasi-judicial; the
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City’s role is to determine the facts associated with the request and weigh those facts against the
legal standards contained in State Statute and City Code.
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PROPOSAL
The Westwood Village I development was approved and constructed beginning in 1968 in the
northeast corner of County Road C and Mackubin Street. The Westwood Village III development
was approved and constructed beginning in 1970, immediately east of Westwood Village I along
County Road C, and the development approval required that the accompanying pool be situated
in the northwest corner of the plat instead of at the eastern end, as it was originally proposed. Part
of the facility surrounding the pool itself was built—presumably inadvertently—on the
Westwood Village I property, across the common lot line. The proposed recombination would
transfer small parcel of land surrounding the western end of the pool facility from Westwood
Village I to Westwood Village III, in order to eliminate the encroachment.
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When exercising the “quasi-judicial” authority on a subdivision request, the role of the City is to
determine the facts associated with a particular request and apply those facts to the legal
standards contained in the ordinance and relevant state law. In general, if the facts indicate the
application meets the relevant legal standards and will not compromise the public health, safety,
and general welfare, then the applicant is likely entitled to the approval. The City is, however,
able to add conditions to a subdivision approval to ensure that potential impacts to parks,
schools, roads, storm sewers, and other public infrastructure on and around the subject property
are adequately addressed. Subdivisions may also be modified to promote the public health,
safety, and general welfare, and to provide for the orderly, economic, and safe development of
land, and to promote housing affordability for all levels.
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SUBDIVISION ANALYSIS
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In this case, a recombination minor subdivision application has been submitted instead of
preliminary plat and final plat applications because City Code §1104.04.B (Recombination)
provides a Recombination process to simplify subdivisions that modify the shared boundaries of
existing parcels without creating new development sites. The text of this provision is as follows:
Recombination: to divide one recorded lot or parcel in order to permit the adding of a parcel of
land to an abutting lot and create two buildable parcels, the proposed subdivision, in sketch
plan form, shall be submitted to the City Council for approval. No hearing or Planning
Commission review is necessary unless the proposal is referred to the commission by the
Community Development Director for clarification. The proposed recombination shall not
cause any portion of the existing lots or parcels to be in violation of this regulation or the
zoning code.
As illustrated in Exhibit A, the proposed recombination would transfer approximately 400 square
feet of land, in a roughly semi-circular shape from the common area outlot of Westwood Village
I Association to the Westwood Village III Association. The donor parcel would still exceed the
applicable minimum dimension and area requirements, and its impervious surfaces would remain
well below the maximum allowance. The pool on the receiving property would then no longer
cross the shared property boundary
Roseville’s Development Review Committee (DRC) met on June 8, 2017, to discuss this
application. Beyond the above comments pertaining to the zoning and subdivision codes, the
DRC did not raise any additional comments or concerns.
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It may be worth noting that this kind of application, a recombination of existing lots to adjust
shared property boundaries by transferring a parcel of land from one existing lot to an abutting
lot, would become a “platting alternative” in the updated subdivision code. As such, it would be
reviewed and acted on by City staff, rather than a City Council action item that doesn’t require
any hearing or public notice.
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PUBLIC COMMENT
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questions from the public.
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RECOMMENDED ACTION
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Pass a motion approving a recombination minor subdivision to transfer the identified parcel
of land from Westwood Village I to the abutting Westwood Village III property, based on the
comments and findings of this report, subject to the condition that the relocated boundary
common to the two subject parcels shall be essentially the same as illustrated in the survey
reviewed for this application and shall otherwise meet all applicable zoning and subdivision
standards.
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ALTERNATIVE ACTIONS
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A. Pass a motion to table the request for future action. Tabling beyond September 30,
2017, may require extension of the 120-day action deadline established in Minn. Stat.
§462.358 subd. 3b to avoid statutory approval.
B. Pass a motion to deny the request. Denial should be supported by specific findings of
fact based on the City Council’s review of the application, applicable zoning or
subdivision regulations, and the public record.
Attachments:
A: Subdivision survey
Prepared by:
Senior Planner Bryan Lloyd
651-792-7073
[email protected]
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REQUEST FOR COUNCIL ACTION
Date: July 10, 2017
Item No.: 9.f
Department Approval
Item Description:
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City Manager Approval
County Road B2 & Snelling Intersection Improvements – Authorization for
Approval of Minnesota Department of Transportation Agreement
BACKGROUND
On November 16, 2015 the Roseville City Council approved a Planned Unit Development (PUD)
amendment to Agreement 3608, Rosedale Center. The Council also approved the Final Plat of Rosedale
Center Fifth Addition. Both were approved subject to the terms of the plat and PUD amendment.
One of the requirements of the PUD approval was for the developer to enter into a Public Improvement
Contract (PIC) for the City to install a second left turn lane for westbound traffic at the County Road B2
at southbound Snelling Avenue access. This improvement was identified in a traffic study conducted by
the Developer’s engineer as operating at an unacceptable condition. The improvements at this
intersection include the following;
o Installation of a second left turn lane for westbound County Road B2.
o Relocation of the eastbound County Road B2 turn lanes and thru lanes to accommodate
additional westbound left turn lane.
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controlled right turn lane.
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On December 7, 2015 the City Council approved a Public Improvement Contract addressing these
improvements and requiring the developer to reimburse the City for said improvements.
The City hired Kimley-Horn and Associates for the Rosedale Public Improvements Engineering Services
for $125,850. Kimley-Horn and Associates has completed the plans and specifications. The final
construction cost estimate on the project is $775,483.
Since the Snelling ramp legs of the intersection are owned by the Minnesota Department of Transportation
(State), the State has some financial responsibility for the replacement of the signal system. Staff has
worked with State staff to determine the amount of money the State will contribute to the project. After
working with the State, they have determined that the State’s responsibility for signal replacement would
be capped at $91,000. The State will also be supplying materials for the signal cabinet with a value of
$19,315.20 which will be subtracted from the $91,000 lump sum payment from MnDOT, resulting in a
total payment from MnDOT in the amount of $71,684.80.
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Staff is currently working on an agreement with Ramsey County to determine their share of the signal
costs related to their legs on County Road B2. Ramsey County’s costs will include $12,876.80 of the
signal costs ($19,315.20) identified above. This agreement will be presented at a later date.
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The total estimated construction cost of the project is $775,483.00. The proposed agreement from the State
would pay for $71,684.80. It is estimated that Ramsey County will pay approximately $100,000. Based
on the Public Improvement Contract, the remaining costs, $603,798.20 will be paid by Rosedale.
Additionally the engineering costs of $125,850.00 will also be paid by Rosedale.
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Staff recommends the Council approve the resolution approving the Cooperative Construction Agreement
with the Minnesota Department of Transportation for the County Road B2 & Snelling Intersection
Improvement project
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Motion to approve the resolution approving the Cooperative Construction Agreement MnDOT Contract
No: 1027708 with the Minnesota Department of Transportation for the County Road B2 & Snelling
Intersection Improvement project.
Prepared by:
Attachments:
Jesse Freihammer, City Engineer/Asst. Public Works Director
A: Resolution
B: State of Minnesota Department of Transportation Cooperative Construction Agreement
C: Project Location Map
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Pursuant to due call and notice thereof, a regular meeting of the City Council of the City
of Roseville, County of Ramsey, Minnesota was duly held on the 10th day of July 2017,
at 6:00 p.m.
The following members were present:
; and the following were absent: .
Councilmember introduced the following resolution and moved its adoption:
RESOLUTION No.
RESOLUTION APPROVING THE COOPERATIVE CONSTRUCTION
AGREEMENT MnDOT CONTRACT NO: 1027708 WITH THE STATE OF
MINNESOTA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION FOR THE COUNTY
ROAD B2 & SNELLING SIGNAL PROJECT
WHEREAS, the City of Roseville is working on behalf of a developer to construct
additional turn lanes and replace the signal system at County Road B2 and the
southbound Snelling Avenue (TH 51) ramps; and,
WHEREAS, the ramps to Snelling Avenue (TH 51) at this intersection are owned by the
State of Minnesota Department of Transportation; and,
WHEREAS, it is necessary to establish project cost participation for both parties and to
establish authority and rights for the City of Roseville to administer and construct the
project; and,
WHEREAS, the City and the State of Minnesota have drafted an agreement to establish
said terms for the project.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the City Council of the City of Roseville
approve the Cooperative Construction Agreement MnDOT Contract No: 1027708 drafted
by the State of Minnesota Department of Transportation and entered into with the City of
Roseville.
The motion for the adoption of the foregoing resolution was duly seconded by
Councilmember
and upon vote being taken thereon, the following voted in favor
thereof: ; and the following voted against the same: .
WHEREUPON said resolution was declared duly passed and adopted.
Resolution –County Road B2 & Snelling Signal Agreement with MnDot
STATE OF MINNESOTA
COUNTY OF RAMSEY
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I, the undersigned, being the duly qualified City Manager of the City of Roseville,
County of Ramsey, State of Minnesota, do hereby certify that I have carefully compared
the attached and foregoing extract of minutes of a regular meeting of said City Council
held on the 10th day of July 2017, with the original thereof on file in my office.
WITNESS MY HAND officially as such Manager this 10th day of July, 2017.
_________________________________
Patrick Trudgeon, City Manager
(Seal)
Attachment B
MnDOT Contract No:
1027708
STATE OF MINNESOTA
DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
And
CITY OF ROSEVILLE
COOPERATIVE CONSTRUCTION
AGREEMENT
State Project Number (S.P.):
Trunk Highway Number (T.H.):
State Aid Number (S.A.P.):
State Aid Number (S.A.P.):
City Project No.:
Signal System I.D.:
6216-140
51=125
160-020-029
062-678-017
17-16
1935918
FY 2018 Amount
To Be Encumbered
$71,684.80
This Agreement is between the State of Minnesota, acting through its Commissioner of Transportation ("State") and
City of Roseville acting through its City Council ("City").
Recitals
1. The City will perform bituminous surfacing, turn lanes, traffic signal, ADA improvement construction, and
other associated construction upon, along and adjacent to Trunk Highway No. 51 at Hennepin County Road
B2 according to City-prepared plans, specifications and special provisions designated by the City as City
Project No. 17-16, State Aid Project No. 160-020-029, and State Aid Project No. 062-678-017 and by the
State as State Project No. 6216-140 (T.H. 51=125) ("Project"); and
2. The City requests the State participate in the costs of the traffic control signal and ADA improvement
construction and the State is willing to participate in the costs of said construction and associated construction
engineering; and
3. The State can only pay the City for the State participation construction after funds have been encumbered,
which encumbrance must be preceded by the appropriation of such funds by the Minnesota Legislature; and
4. This construction is currently part of the State's 2018 fiscal year road construction program, and the State will
seek the appropriation of funds, and encumber the funds, if available; and
5. Agreement No. 1028248 between the State, City of Roseville, and Ramsey County will address the traffic
control signal operation and maintenance terms; and
6. Minnesota Statutes § 161.20, subdivision 2 authorizes the Commissioner of Transportation to make
arrangements with and cooperate with any governmental authority for the purposes of constructing,
maintaining and improving the trunk highway system.
Agreement
1. Term of Agreement; Survival of Terms; Plans
1.1. Effective Date. This Agreement will be effective on the date the State obtains all signatures required by
Minnesota Statutes § 16C.05, subdivision 2.
1.2. Expiration Date. This Agreement will expire when all obligations have been satisfactorily fulfilled.
1.3. Survival of Terms. All clauses which impose obligations continuing in their nature and which must survive
in order to give effect to their meaning will survive the expiration or termination of this Agreement,
including, without limitation, the following clauses: 2.4. State Ownership of Improvements; 5. Maintenance
by the City; 9. Liability; Worker Compensation Claims; Insurance; 11. State Audits; 12. Government Data
Practices; 13. Governing Law; Jurisdiction; Venue; and 15. Force Majeure.
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1.4. Plans, Specifications, Special Provisions. State-approved City plans, specifications and special provisions
designated by the City as City Project No. 17-16, State Aid Project No. 160-020-029, and State Aid Project
No. 062-678-017 and by the State as State Project No. 6216-140 (T.H. 51=125) are on file in the office of
the City's Engineer and incorporated into this Agreement by reference ("Project Plans").
2. Right-of-Way Use
2.1. Limited Right to Occupy. The State grants to the City (and its contractors and consultants) the right to
occupy Trunk Highway Right-of-Way as necessary to perform the work described in the Project Plans. This
right is limited to the purpose of constructing the project, and administering such construction, and may be
revoked by the State at any time, with or without cause. Cause for revoking this right of occupancy includes,
but is not limited to, breaching the terms of this or any other agreement (relevant to this project) with the
State, failing to provide adequate traffic control or other safety measures, failing to perform the construction
properly and in a timely manner, and failing to observe applicable environmental laws or terms of applicable
permits. The State will have no liability to the City (or its contractors or consultants) for revoking this right
of occupancy.
2.2. State Access; Suspension of Work; Remedial Measures. The State's District Engineer or assigned
representative retains the right to enter and inspect the Trunk Highway Right-of-Way (including the
construction being performed on such right-of-way) at any time and without notice to the City or its
contractor. If the State determines (in its sole discretion) that the construction is not being performed in a
proper or timely manner, or that environmental laws (or the terms of permits) are not being complied with,
or that traffic control or other necessary safety measures are not being properly implemented, then the State
may direct the City (and its contractor) to take such remedial measures as the State deems necessary. The
State may require the City (and its contractors and consultants) to suspend their operations until suitable
remedial action plans are approved and implemented. The State will have no liability to the City (or its
contractors or consultants) for exercising its rights under this provision.
2.3. Traffic Control; Worker Safety. While the City (and its contractors and consultants) are occupying the State
right-of-way, they must comply with the approved traffic control plan, and with applicable provisions of the
Work Zone Field Handbook (http://www.dot.state.mn.us/trafficeng/workzone/index.html). All City,
contractor, and consultant personnel occupying the State's Right-of-Way must be provided with required
reflective clothing and hats.
2.4. State Ownership of Improvements. The State will retain ownership of its Trunk Highway Right-of-Way,
including any improvements made to such right-of-way under this Agreement, unless otherwise noted. The
warranties and guarantees made by the City's contractor with respect to such improvements (if any) will
flow to the State. The City will assist the State, as necessary, to enforce such warranties and guarantees, and
to obtain recovery from the City's consultants, and contractor (including its sureties) for non-performance of
contract work, for design errors and omissions, and for defects in materials and workmanship. Upon request
of the State, the City will undertake such actions as are reasonably necessary to transfer or assign contract
rights to the State and to permit subrogation by the State with respect to claims against the City's consultants
and contractors.
3. Contract Award and Construction
3.1. Bids and Award. The City will receive bids and award a construction contract to the lowest responsible
bidder (or best value proposer), subject to concurrence by the State in that award, according to the Project
Plans. The contract construction will be performed according to the Project Plans.
3.2. Bid Documents Furnished by the City. The City will, within 7 days of opening bids for the construction
contract, submit to the State's State Aid Agreements Engineer a copy of the low bid and an abstract of all
bids together with the City's request for concurrence by the State in the award of the construction contract.
The City will not award the construction contract until the State advises the City in writing of its
concurrence.
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3.3. Rejection of Bids. The City may reject and the State may require the City to reject any or all bids for the
construction contract. The party rejecting or requiring the rejection of bids must provide the other party
written notice of that rejection or requirement for rejection no later than 30 days after opening bids. Upon
the rejection of all bids, a party may request, in writing, that the bidding process be repeated. Upon the other
party's written approval of such request, the City will repeat the bidding process in a reasonable period of
time, without cost or expense to the State.
3.4. Direction, Supervision and Inspection of Construction.
A. The contract construction will be under the direction of the City and under the supervision of a registered
professional engineer; however, the State participation construction covered under this Agreement will
be open to inspection by the State District Engineer's authorized representatives. The City will give the
State Aid Agreements Engineer at Roseville five days notice of its intention to start the contract
construction.
B. Responsibility for the control of materials for the contract construction will be on the City and its
contractor and will be carried out according to Specifications No. 1601 through and including No. 1609
in the State's current "Standard Specifications for Construction".
3.5. Completion of Construction. The City will cause the contract construction to be started and completed
according to the time schedule in the construction contract special provisions. The completion date for the
contract construction may be extended, by an exchange of letters between the appropriate City official and
the State District Engineer's authorized representative, for unavoidable delays encountered in the
performance of the contract construction.
3.6. Plan Changes. All changes in the Project Plans and all addenda, change orders, supplemental agreements
and work orders entered into by the City and its contractor for contract construction must be approved in
writing by the State District Engineer's authorized representative.
3.7. Compliance with Laws, Ordinances, Regulations. The City will comply and cause its contractor to comply
with all Federal, State and Local laws, and all applicable ordinances and regulations. With respect only to
that portion of work performed on the State's Trunk Highway Right-of-Way, the City will not require the
contractor to follow local ordinances or to obtain local permits.
3.8. Construction Documents Furnished by the City. The City will keep records and accounts that enable it to
provide the State, when requested, with the following:
A. Copies of the City contractor's invoice(s) covering all contract construction.
B. Copies of the endorsed and canceled City warrant(s) or check(s) paying for final contract construction, or
computer documentation of the warrant(s) issued, certified by an appropriate City official that final
construction contract payment has been made.
C. Copies of all construction contract change orders, supplemental agreements and work orders.
D. A certification form, provided by the State, signed by the City's Engineer in charge of the contract
construction attesting to the following:
i.
Satisfactory performance and completion of all contract construction according to the Project Plans.
ii. Acceptance and approval of all materials furnished for the contract construction relative to
compliance of those materials to the State's current "Standard Specifications for Construction".
iii. Full payment by the City to its contractor for all contract construction.
E. Copies, certified by the City's Engineer, of material sampling reports and of material testing results for
the materials furnished for the contract construction.
F. A copy of the "as built" plan sent to the State Aid Agreements Engineer.
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4. Right-of-Way; Easements; Permits
4.1. The City will obtain all rights-of-way, easements, construction permits and any other permits and sanctions
that may be required in connection with the local and trunk highway portions of the contract construction.
Before payment by the State, the City will furnish the State with certified copies of the documents for
rights-of-way and easements, construction permits and other permits and sanctions required for State
participation construction covered under this Agreement.
4.2. The City will convey to the State by quit claim deed, all newly acquired rights needed for the continuing
operation and maintenance of the Trunk Highway, if any, upon completion of the Project, at no cost or
expense to the State.
4.3. The City will comply with Minnesota Statutes § 216D.04, subdivision 1(a), for identification, notification,
design meetings and depiction of utilities affected by the contract construction.
4.4. The City will submit to the State's Utility Engineer an original permit application for all utilities owned by
the City of Roseville to be constructed upon and within the Trunk Highway Right-of-Way. Applications for
permits will be made on State form "Application for Utility Permit on Trunk Highway Right-of-Way"
(Form 2525).
5. Maintenance by the City
Upon completion of the Project, the City will provide the following without cost or expense to the State:
5.1. Sidewalks. Maintenance of any sidewalk construction, including stamped and colored concrete sidewalk (if
any) and pedestrian ramps. Maintenance includes, but is not limited to, snow, ice and debris removal,
patching, crack repair, panel replacement, cross street pedestrian crosswalk markings, vegetation control of
boulevards (if any) and any other maintenance activities necessary to perpetuate the sidewalks in a safe,
useable, and aesthetically acceptable condition.
5.2. Retaining Walls. Maintenance of any retaining wall construction. Maintenance includes graffiti removal
and any other maintenance activities necessary to perpetuate the walls in a safe, usable and aesthetically
acceptable condition.
5.3. Related Agreements. Agreement No. 1028248 between the State, City of Roseville, and Ramsey County
will address the traffic control signal operation and maintenance terms.
6. State Cost and Payment by the State
6.1. State Cost. $71,684.80 is the State's full and complete lump sum cost for traffic signal and ADA
improvement construction less State Furnished Materials cost ($19,315.20) and associated construction
engineering.
6.2. State Furnished Materials. The State will furnish a Type "R" Cabinet and Master Controller ("State
Furnished Materials"), according to the Project Plans, to operate the traffic control signal system covered
under this Agreement. The City's lump sum share for State Furnished Materials is $19,315.20. The State's
lump sum share for State Furnished Materials is $12,876.80 and is considered a part of the State's total lump
sum cost. The City and State's cost shares for State Furnished Materials will be deducted from the State's
total lump sum construction cost share.
6.3. Conditions of Payment. The State will pay the City the full and complete lump sum amount or the total cost
of the contract construction as shown in the awarded contract bid document which includes an 8 percent
construction engineering cost share and less City cost for State Furnished Materials, whichever amount is
smaller, after the following conditions have been met:
A. Encumbrance by the State of the State's full and complete State funded lump sum cost share.
B. Approval by the State's Land Management Director at St. Paul of certified documentation, submitted by
the City, for all right-of-way and easement acquisitions required for the contract construction.
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C. Execution of this Agreement and transmittal to the City, including a letter advising of the State's
concurrence in the award of the construction contract.
D. Legislative appropriation of funds for the State's road construction program. It is anticipated that
payment by the State that depends on Legislative appropriation of funds will be made after July 1, 2017
and before June 30, 2018 for Fiscal Year 2018.
E. Encumbrance by the State of the State's full and complete State funded lump sum cost share, no earlier
than July 1, 2017.
F. The State's receipt of a written request from the City for the advancement of funds. The request will
include certification by the City that all necessary parties have executed the construction contract.
6.4. Limitations of State Payment; No State Payment to Contractor. The State's participation in the contract
construction is limited to the lump sum amount shown in Article 6.1, and the State's participation will not
change except by a mutually agreed written amendment to this Agreement. The State's payment obligation
extends only to the City. The City's contractor is not intended to be and will not be deemed to be a third
party beneficiary of this Agreement. The City's contractor will have no right to receive payment from the
State. The State will have no responsibility for claims asserted against the City by the City's contractor.
7. Authorized Representatives
Each party's Authorized Representative is responsible for administering this Agreement and is authorized to give
and receive any notice or demand required or permitted by this Agreement.
7.1. The State's Authorized Representative will be:
Name/Title:
Address:
Telephone:
E-Mail:
Maryanne Kelly-Sonnek, Municipal Agreements Engineer (or successor)
395 John Ireland Boulevard, Mailstop 682, St. Paul, MN 55155
(651) 366-4634
[email protected]
7.2. The City's Authorized Representative will be:
Name/Title:
Address:
Telephone:
E-Mail:
Jesse Freihammer, Roseville City Engineer (or successor)
2660 Civic Center Drive, Roseville, MN 55113
(651) 792-7041
[email protected]
8. Assignment; Amendments; Waiver; Contract Complete
8.1. Assignment. Neither party may assign or transfer any rights or obligations under this Agreement without the
prior consent of the other party and a written assignment agreement, executed and approved by the same
parties who executed and approved this Agreement, or their successors in office.
8.2. Amendments. Any amendment to this Agreement must be in writing and will not be effective until it has
been executed and approved by the same parties who executed and approved the original Agreement, or
their successors in office.
8.3. Waiver. If a party fails to enforce any provision of this Agreement, that failure does not waive the provision
or the party's right to subsequently enforce it.
8.4. Contract Complete. This Agreement contains all prior negotiations and agreements between the State and
the City. No other understanding regarding this Agreement, whether written or oral, may be used to bind
either party.
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9. Liability; Worker Compensation Claims; Insurance
9.1. Each party is responsible for its own acts, omissions and the results thereof to the extent authorized by law
and will not be responsible for the acts and omissions of others and the results thereof. Minnesota Statutes
§ 3.736 and other applicable law govern liability of the State. Minnesota Statutes Chapter 466 and other
applicable law govern liability of the City. Notwithstanding the foregoing, the City will indemnify, hold
harmless, and defend (to the extent permitted by the Minnesota Attorney General) the State against any
claims, causes of actions, damages, costs (including reasonable attorneys fees), and expenses arising in
connection with the project covered by this Agreement, regardless of whether such claims are asserted by
the City's contractor(s) or consultant(s) or by a third party because of an act or omission by the City or its
contractor(s) or consultant(s).
9.2. Each party is responsible for its own employees for any claims arising under the Workers Compensation
Act.
9.3. The City may require its contractor to carry insurance to cover claims for damages asserted against the
City's contractor.
10. Nondiscrimination
Provisions of Minnesota Statutes § 181.59 and of any applicable law relating to civil rights and discrimination are
considered part of this Agreement.
11. State Audits
Under Minnesota Statutes § 16C.05, subdivision 5, the City's books, records, documents, and accounting
procedures and practices relevant to this Agreement are subject to examination by the State and the State Auditor
or Legislative Auditor, as appropriate, for a minimum of six years from the end of this Agreement.
12. Government Data Practices
The City and State must comply with the Minnesota Government Data Practices Act, Minnesota Statutes Chapter
13, as it applies to all data provided under this Agreement, and as it applies to all data created, collected, received,
stored, used, maintained, or disseminated by the City under this Agreement. The civil remedies of Minnesota
Statutes §13.08 apply to the release of the data referred to in this clause by either the City or the State.
13. Governing Law; Jurisdiction; Venue
Minnesota law governs the validity, interpretation and enforcement of this Agreement. Venue for all legal
proceedings arising out of this Agreement, or its breach, must be in the appropriate state or federal court with
competent jurisdiction in Ramsey County, Minnesota.
14. Termination; Suspension
14.1. By Mutual Agreement. This Agreement may be terminated by mutual agreement of the parties or by the
State for insufficient funding as described below.
14.2. Termination for Insufficient Funding. The State may immediately terminate this Agreement if it does not
obtain funding from the Minnesota Legislature, or other funding source; or if funding cannot be continued
at a level sufficient to allow for the payment of the services covered here. Termination must be by written
or fax notice to the City. The State is not obligated to pay for any services that are provided after notice and
effective date of termination. However, the City will be entitled to payment, determined on a pro rata basis,
for services satisfactorily performed to the extent that funds are available. The State will not be assessed
any penalty if this Agreement is terminated because of the decision of the Minnesota Legislature, or other
funding source, not to appropriate funds.
14.3. Suspension. In the event of a total or partial government shutdown, the State may suspend this Agreement
and all work, activities, performance and payments authorized through this Agreement. Any work
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performed during a period of suspension will be considered unauthorized work and will be undertaken at
the risk of non-payment.
15. Force Majeure
Neither party will be responsible to the other for a failure to perform under this Agreement (or a delay in
performance), if such failure or delay is due to a force majeure event. A force majeure event is an event beyond a
party's reasonable control, including but not limited to, unusually severe weather, fire, floods, other acts of God,
labor disputes, acts of war or terrorism, or public health emergencies.
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DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
Individual certifies that funds have been encumbered
as required by Minnesota Statutes § 16A.15 and
16C.05.
Recommended for Approval:
Signed:
By:
(District Engineer)
Date:
Date:
SWIFT Purchase Order:
Approved:
CITY OF ROSEVILLE
By:
(State Design Engineer)
The undersigned certify that they have lawfully
executed this contract on behalf of the Governmental
Unit as required by applicable charter provisions,
resolutions or ordinances.
Date:
By:
COMMISSIONER OF ADMINISTRATION
Title:
By:
Date:
(With Delegated Authority)
Date:
By:
Title:
Date:
INCLUDE COPY OF RESOLUTION APPROVING THE AGREEMENT AND AUTHORIZING ITS
EXECUTION.
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Data Sources and Contacts:
* Ramsey County G IS Base Map (2/1/16)
* City of Roseville Engineering Department
For further information regarding the contents of this map contact:
City of Roseville, Engineering Department,
2660 Civic Center Drive, Roseville MN
DISCLAIMER:
This map is neither a legally recorded map nor a survey and is not intended to be used as one. This map is a compilation of records,
information and data located in various city, county, state and federal offices and other s ources regarding the area shown, and is to
be used for reference purposes only. The City does not warrant that the Geographic Information System (GIS) Data used to prepare
this map are error free, and the City does not represent that the GIS Data can be used for navigational, tracking or any other purpose
requiring exacting measurement of distance or direction or precision in the depiction of geographic features. If errors or disc repancies
are found please contact 651-792-7075. The preceding disclaimer is provided pursuant to Minnesota Statutes §466.03, Subd. 21 (2000),
and the user of this map acknowledges that the City shall not be liable for any damages, and expressly waives all claims, and agrees to
defend, indemnify, and hold harmless the City from any and all claims brought by User, its employees or agents, or third parties which
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REQUEST FOR COUNCIL ACTION
Date: July 10, 2017
Item No.: 9.g
Department Approval
Item Description:
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Approve Agreement for Facilities Management
BACKGROUND
In 2015, the City Council approved a reorganization of the Public Works department which also resulted
in the use of a third party Facility Management firm for the general management of City Hall (including
the Police wing), the Maintenance Facility, and the License and Passport Center.
It is necessary to renew this agreement with McGough Facility Management, LLC. This new and updated
agreement maintains the original terms and responsibilities from the previous agreement and makes the
following changes:
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The Agreement is effective for three years unless otherwise terminated as provided in the
Agreement (24 hour notice if in breach of contract terms, or 30 day notice for any reason).
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The Compensation to McGough will increase by 3% annually.
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City Manager Approval
This Agreement provides the following Duties by McGough:
 Assist with any special project management that may occur to the buildings from time to time.
 Meet and coordinate any additional subcontractor work that may be required to maintain
buildings.
 Review all monthly invoices for correctness.
 Perform regular and routine general building assessments, noting items that require repair.
 From time to time, meet with McGough Service Technicians to review equipment operations.
 On a monthly basis, or as required, meet with an assigned representative to review building
operations.
 Provide “best value” in pricing out required subcontracting work.
 Use of its Internet based work order system and will provide work order updates via email. Any
Corrective Maintenance to be completed by one of Manager’s qualified Service Technicians or
one of Manager’s subcontractor partners on a “Time and Materials” basis.
 Preventive Maintenance (PM) and maintain PM database using its Internet based PM work order
system. PM to be completed in a timely fashion by one of Manager’s qualified Service
Technicians or one of McGough’s subcontractor partners on a “Time and Materials” basis.
 24/7 on-call support services. After-hour service to be charged on a “Time and Materials” basis.
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The fixed fee of $44,448 for City Hall and the Maintenance Facility and $1,236 for the License and
Passport Center include the following items:
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Account Manager time for all regular contract requirements (special projects not covered)
Manager’s Liability insurance
Accounting services required by this agreement
Use of Internet-based work order system
All Manager’s I.T. costs including personal computer, servers, I.T. support, software, and phone
service to support Owner
6. Purchasing support of Premise related to purchases and services such as belts, filters, rental rugs,
janitorial services, etc.
7. Account Manager’s mileage
8. Manager’s profit and other overhead related costs
Additional services, including after-hours response for support, will be billed on a per hour rate as addressed
in Schedule B1 of the Agreement.
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The City’s experience with McGough over the past two years has been very good. They have saved the
City time and money in managing special projects such as the Admin/Finance Service Counter installation
and the carpeting and flooring of City Hall. They have also assisted with the retrofit of LED lighting and
other tasks.
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FINANCIAL IMPACTS
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Staff has budgeted for the third party management fees for the past two years and will address the cost
increase in the 2018 budget. The proposed annual cost increase is $2,544 ($45,684 vs. $43,140), an
increase of about 9.4%. This cost will increase by 3% annually.
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STAFF RECOMMENDATION
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Staff recommends the Council approve the Facility Management Agreement with McGough Facility
Management, LLC.
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REQUESTED COUNCIL ACTION
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Motion to approve the Facility Management Agreement with McGough Facility Management, LLC.
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Prepared by:
Attachments:
Marc Culver, Public Works Director
A: Agreement
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Attachment A
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FACILITY MANAGEMENT AGREEMENT
(Limited Services)
This Agreement is entered into this 30th day of June, 2017 (the “Effective Date”) by and
between City of Roseville ("Owner") and McGough Facility Management, LLC, a Minnesota
limited liability company ("Manager"). The Owner and Manager are sometimes referred to
individually as a “Party” and collectively as the “Parties” herein.
WHEREAS, Owner desires to engage Manager to manage Owner’s building located at
[INSERT STREET ADDRESS], Roseville, Minnesota (“Premises”) and to perform such
management services as are needed by Owner as the Premises; and
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WHEREAS, Manager has experience in providing the types of services required by the
Owner and is willing to provide such services to the Owner for reasonable consideration;
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The Parties agree as follows:
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Term. This Agreement is effective as of the Effective Date and shall terminate three
years form the Effective Date unless otherwise terminated as provided in this agreement.
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Insurance.
A. Owner’s Insurance: Owner will maintain (a) commercial general liability insurance in
the minimum amount of Three Million and No/100 Dollars ($3,000,000) for any single
occurrence of bodily injury or property damage and naming Manager as an additional
insured and (b) property insurance for the full replacement cost of the Premises. Owner
shall provide to Manager evidence of such insurance upon request from Manager. The
commercial general liability and property insurance policies shall carry a waiver of
subrogation in favor of Manager.
B. Manager’s Insurance:
a. General Liability. During the full term of this Agreement, Manager shall
procure, maintain and pay for such insurance as will protect against claims for
bodily injury or death, and for damage to property, including loss of use which
may arise out of operations by the Manager or by any subcontractor of the
Manager, or by anyone employed by any of them, or by anyone for whose acts
any of them may be liable. Such insurance shall include, but not be limited to,
minimum coverage’s and limits of liability specified herein or such greater
coverage’s and amounts as are required by law. Except as otherwise stated
below, the policies shall name Owner as an additional insured for the duties
provided under this Agreement.
b. Coverage/Limits. Manager shall procure the following insurance and minimum
limits of liability with respect to the duties provided under this Agreement:
i. Worker’s Compensation:
Statutory Limits
ii. Comprehensive Automobile Liability:
$1,000,000 combined single
limit (shall include coverage for all owned, hired and non-owned
vehicles).
iii. Commercial General Liability:
$1,000,000 per occurrence
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Attachment A
$1,500,000 general aggregate
$1,000,000 products
completed ops aggregate
$5,000 medical expense
c. The Commercial General Liability policy(ies) shall be equivalent in coverage to
ISO form CG00001, and shall include the following:
i. Personal injury with Employment Exclusion (if any) deleted;
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Manager's Authority. This Agreement is not one of employment by the Manager for
Owner but one with the Manager engaged independently in the business of managing
properties on its own behalf as an independent contractor. Nothing in this Agreement
shall be construed as creating a partnership, joint venture, or any other relationship
between the Parties to this Agreement except that of Owner and Manager, or as requiring
Manager to bear any portion of losses arising out of or connected with the Premises.
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Manager's Duties. Manager, acting on behalf of Owner, will perform the duties set forth
on Schedule A (attached hereto) in a diligent and efficient manner. Notwithstanding
anything to the contrary set forth herein, Manager’s duties and responsibilities shall be
limited to the duties and responsibilities specifically described herein and no additional
duties shall be implied.
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Hold Harmless; Waiver of Subrogation. To the fullest extent permitted by law,
Manager agrees to defend and indemnify Owner, and its officers, employees, and
volunteers, from and against all claims, damages, losses, and expenses, including attorney
fees, arising out of or resulting from the performance of work under this Agreement; but
only to the extent caused in whole or in part by the negligent acts, errors or omissions of
Manager, Manager’s subcontractor(s), or anyone directly or indirectly employed or hired
by Manager, or anyone for whose acts Manager may be liable. Likewise, to the fullest
extent permitted by law, Owner agrees to defend and indemnify Manager, and its
officers, employees, and volunteers, from and against all claims, damages, losses, and
expenses including attorney fees, arising out of or resulting from the ownership,
management operation or maintenance of the Premises or the performance of work under
this Agreement; but only to the extent caused in whole or in part by the negligent acts,
errors or omissions of the Owner. These indemnity obligations shall survive the
completion or termination of this Agreement. Notwithstanding the foregoing, Owner and
Manager each waive, release and discharge the other, but only to the extent of available
insurance proceeds, from all claims or demands which each may have or acquire against
the other, or against each other’s subsidiaries, affiliates, directors, officers, agents,
employees, independent contractors or partners, with respect to any claims for any losses,
damages liabilities or expenses (including attorney’s fees) incurred or sustained by either
of them on account of injury to persons or damage to property or business arising out of
the ownership, management, operation and maintenance of the Premises, regardless
whether any such claim or demand may arise because of the fault or negligence of the
other Party or its subsidiaries, affiliates, officers, employees, directors, agents or
independent contractors. Each policy of insurance maintained in accordance with this
Agreement shall contain a specific waiver of subrogation reflecting the above.
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Attachment A
Notwithstanding any of the foregoing, nothing in this Agreement constitutes a waiver by
the Owner of any statutory or common law liability immunity or limitation including, but
not limited to, those governed by Minnesota Statutes Chapter 466.
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Restriction on Manager's Duties. Manager's duties are subject to the following
restrictions:
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Except as stated in this Agreement, the Manager has no right to incur any liability
on Owner's behalf or to bind Owner by any contract or obligation.
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Manager will not contract for any repairs or other work without first obtaining
Owner’s consent, except for repairs or other work of an emergency nature, in
which case no such consent shall be required.
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All condemnation and casualty loss matters are exclusively within the control and
direction of Owner.
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Termination. This Agreement may be terminated by either Party upon twenty-four (24)
hours’ written notice in the event Manager or Owner defaults under the provisions of this
Agreement, unless the defaulting Party begins and completes a cure within that period.
In addition, this Agreement may be terminated by either Owner or Manager for any
reason upon thirty (30) days’ written notice to the other.
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Termination on Sale. If there is a sale of the Premises, this Agreement will terminate
upon the earlier of (i) the effective date of the closing of any such sale or (ii) thirty (30)
days' written notice from one Party to the other. Owner shall provide to Manager no less
than thirty (30) days’ prior written notice of the anticipated closing date of a sale of the
Premises.
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Management Compensation. As consideration for the services to be provided by
Manager, Owner will compensate Manager as set forth in Schedule B attached hereto.
All payments, reimbursements, fees or other amounts owed to Manager from Owner,
including, without limitation, any amounts which become owed pursuant to Section 10
below, shall be paid promptly to Manager within thirty (30) days of invoice, and such
payment shall be without off-set, counter claim or reduction of any nature whatsoever.
Notwithstanding the foregoing, if Manager deposits or otherwise accepts payment in
amount less than an invoice, such acceptance shall be construed only as acceptance of
partial payment and shall not be deemed an accord and satisfaction in the amount
received. Any unpaid balance not paid within the time provided for in this Section 9
shall accrue interest at a rate of eight percent (8%) per annum.
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Expense Reimbursement. In addition to the fees payable to Manager for its services in
connection with the management of the Premises as set forth in Schedule B, Owner shall
reimburse Manager within thirty (30) days after receipt of an invoice for the following costs and
expenses:
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Attachment A
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Manager’s costs and expenses relating to the performance of the duties described
in Schedule A.
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Utility, maintenance, legal, and other expenses relating to the performance of the
duties described in Schedule A.
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Any license fees relating to the performance of the duties described in Schedule
A, provided, however, that such fees shall not include any license fees Manager is
required to pay to any governmental entity to engage as a facility or property
manager.
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Manager’s costs and expenses relating to any repairs or improvements to the
Premises performed in accordance with this Agreement.
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Fidelity Bond. Manager's employees who handle Owner's funds shall be covered by a
fidelity bond to the extent required by applicable law in form and amount reasonably
approved by Owner.
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Purchasing Agent. The Parties agree to execute the letter attached as Schedule C, which
is hereby made a part of this Agreement.
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Assignment. This Agreement or any rights hereunder shall not be assigned by Manager
without Owner's prior written consent. If Manager seeks Owner's consent for
assignment, Owner shall have the option to either consent or to immediately terminate
this Agreement with immediate effect. This shall not, however, limit the right granted to
Manager to employ contractors, subcontractors, employees, and agents to perform the
services described in the Agreement. Upon prior written notice to Manager, Owner may
assign its rights and obligations to any successor in title to the Premises, and upon such
assignment, shall be relieved of all liability hereunder accruing after the effective date of
such assignment.
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Notice. Any notice required by this Agreement shall be delivered in person or by
certified or regular mail to the Parties at and addressed as follows:
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Owner
City of Roseville
2660 Civic Center Dr.
Roseville, MN 55113
Manager
McGough Facility Management, LLC
2711 Fairview Avenue North
Saint Paul, MN 55113
Successors and Assigns. This Agreement shall be binding upon the successors and
assigns of the undersigned, subject to the restrictions and conditions set forth in this
Agreement.
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Attachment A
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Entire Agreement. This Agreement constitutes the entire Agreement between the Parties,
and no modification thereof will be effective unless made by supplemental agreement in
writing and executed by the Parties.
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Governing Law. This Agreement shall be interpreted and construed in accordance with
the laws of the State of Minnesota.
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Schedules. The following Schedule(s) is/are a part of this Agreement:
Schedule A - Managers Duties.
Schedule B1- Management Fees
Schedule B2 – Annual Management Fees
Schedule B3 – Monthly Management Fees
Schedule C—Purchasing Agent Letter
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Audit. Owner reserves the right for Owner's employees, or others appointed by Owner,
to conduct examinations, with reasonable advance notice, of the books and records
maintained for Owner by Manager no matter where books and records are located. Any
and all such audits conducted either by Owner's employees or appointees will be at the
sole expense of the Owner.
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Final Accounting. Upon termination of this Agreement for any reason, Manager shall
deliver to Owner the following with respect to the Premises:
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A final accounting of Manager’s services for the Premises as of the date of
termination, which final accounting shall be delivered within sixty (60) days after
such termination.
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Any balance or monies of Owner or tenant security deposits, or both, held by
Manager with respect to the Premises, which shall be delivered within a
reasonable period of time upon such termination.
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Upon request from Owner, a copy of all records, contracts, receipts for deposits,
unpaid bills and other papers or documents which pertain to the Premises, which
shall be delivered within a reasonable period of time after Manager’s receipt of
such request. Upon such termination, Manager shall have no further obligations
hereunder, except as set forth in this Section 20, and Owner will assume all
responsibilities of Manager hereunder, including, without limitation, payment of
all unpaid bills.
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Attachment A
Owner and Manager have executed and delivered this Agreement as of the Effective Date.
OWNER:
City of Roseville
MANAGER:
McGough Facility Management, LLC
Daniel J. Roe
Its: Mayor
Jim D. Murphy
Its: General Manager
Accepted:
Accepted:
Patrick J. Trudgeon
Its: City Manager
Accepted:
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Attachment A
SCHEDULE "A"
Schedule of Manager Duties
Manager shall provide the following services:
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Assist with any special project management that may occur to the buildings from
time to time.
Meet and coordinate any additional subcontractor work that may be required to
maintain buildings.
Review all monthly invoices for correctness.
Perform regular and routine general building assessments, noting items that require
repair.
From time to time, meet with McGough Service Technicians to review equipment
operations.
On a monthly basis, or as required, meet with an assigned representative to review
building operations.
Provide “best value” in pricing out required subcontracting work.
Use of its Internet based work order system and will provide work order updates via
email. Any Corrective Maintenance to be completed by one of Manager’s qualified
Service Technicians or one of Manager’s subcontractor partners on a “Time and
Materials” basis.
Preventive Maintenance (PM) and maintain PM database using its Internet based PM
work order system. PM to be completed in a timely fashion by one of Manager’s
qualified Service Technicians or one of McGough’s subcontractor partners on a
“Time and Materials” basis.
24/7 on-call support services. After-hour service to be charged on a “Time and
Materials” basis.
Attachment A
SCHEDULE “B1”
Schedule of Management Fees
Management Compensation shall be paid as follows:
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Payment of the full fee shall commence on 1st of June. Manager shall have the right,
without notice, to a 3% annual increase in the Management fee from the prior year.
The Fixed Fee includes the following:
a. Account Manager time for all regular contract requirements (special projects not
covered)
b. Manager’s Liability insurance
c. Accounting services required by this agreement
d. Use of Internet-based work order system
e. All Manager’s I.T. costs including personal computer, servers, I.T. support, software,
and phone service to support Owner
f. Purchasing support of Premise related to purchases and services such as belts, filters,
rental rugs, janitorial services, etc.
g. Account Manager’s mileage
h. Manager’s profit and other overhead related costs
2. Hourly Services for Preventive Maintenance, Repairs and all other services:
a. Service Technicians - $75.00 per hour, 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.
b. HVAC Technicians - $90.00 per hour, 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Monday through Friday
c. Scheduled overtime - Time and a half
d. On-call support (after hours) – Shall be billed at double time per hour (2-hour
minimum)
e. Standard hourly rate subject to change each calendar year.
3. Materials:
a. All supplies and materials required to perform Manager’s duties as outlined in
Schedule “A” and in providing preventive maintenance work, purchased by Manager
will be charged at a pass-through rate with no mark-up.
4. TIMING OF PAYMENT AND INTEREST CHARGE FOR LATE PAYMENTS.
Payment terms are Net 30. 8% interest to be charged on any outstanding balance after thirtydays (30).
Attachment A
SCHEDULE “B2”
Schedule of ANNUAL Management Fees
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Roseville City Hall & Public Works Building
1a. License and Passport Center
$44,448
$ 1,236
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SCHEDULE “B3”
Schedule of MONTHLY Management Fees
Management Compensation shall be paid as follows:
1. Roseville City Hall & Public Works Building
A fixed monthly fee in the amount of $3,704.00. The monthly fee shall be increased by (3%) on
each anniversary of the Effective Date.
ACCEPTED
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1a. License and Passport Center
A fixed monthly fee in the amount of $103.00. The monthly fee shall be increased by (3%) on
each anniversary of the Effective Date.
ACCEPTED
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Attachment A
SCHEDULE “C”
PURCHASING AGENT AGREEMENT
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The CITY OF ROSEVILLE appoints and designates MCGOUGH FACILITY
MANAGEMENT as the CITY OF ROSEVILLE purchasing agent for the purchase of all goods and
services acquired under the Facility Management Agreement (“Agreement”) between MCGOUGH
FACILITY MANAGEMENT and CITY OF ROSEVILLE, by MCGOUGH FACILITY
MANAGEMENT for the benefit of the CITY OF ROSEVILLE that would be subject to sales and use
taxation if purchased by a non-exempt entity but that would qualify for exemption from such taxation if
purchased by a local government as defined in Minn. Stat. § 297A.70, subd. 2.. References to “Agency
Items” in this Agreement are to the goods and services purchased through MCGOUGH FACILITY
MANAGEMENT pursuant to this agency appointment. The CITY OF ROSEVILLE, not MCGOUGH
FACILITY MANAGEMENT, shall be responsible for payment for Agency Items. MCGOUGH
FACILITY MANAGEMENT, as purchasing agent, shall purchase Agency items in the name of the
CITY OF ROSEVILLE. All right, title and interest to Agency Items shall vest immediately in the
CITY OF ROSEVILLE, not MCGOUGH FACILITY MANAGEMENT, at the point of delivery, and all
incidents of ownership shall remain in the CITY OF ROSEVILLE at all times. The risk of loss with
respect to Agency Items is that of the CITY OF ROSEVILLE, not MCGOUGH FACILITY
MANAGEMENT. The CITY OF ROSEVILLE, not MCGOUGH FACILITY MANAGEMENT, is
responsible for all defective Agency Items. However, to the extent the CITY OF ROSEVILLE is
prejudiced by the lack of timely notice as provided in paragraph 2.1 below, MCGOUGH FACILITY
MANAGEMENT shall be responsible for any resulting damages to the CITY OF ROSEVILLE.
Warranties against inherent defects in Agency Items run from the vendors, not MCGOUGH FACILITY
MANAGEMENT, to the CITY OF ROSEVILLE.
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MCGOUGH FACILITY MANAGEMENT has and shall perform the following duties:
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Except to the extent that the CITY OF ROSEVILLE otherwise requires the use of a
specific supplier or vendor, MCGOUGH FACILITY MANAGEMENT shall be responsible for the
selection of suppliers and vendors of Agency Items. MCGOUGH FACILITY MANAGEMENT shall use
its best skill and judgment in inspecting Agency Items and shall promptly notify the CITY OF
ROSEVILLE of any and all defects as MCGOUGH FACILITY MANAGEMENT becomes or
reasonable should become aware of them. As agent for the CITY OF ROSEVILLE, MCGOUGH
FACILITY MANAGEMENT shall contact the manufacturer or supplier for immediate replacement or
correction of defective Agency Items and to obtain all other remedial action for breaches of warranty.
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MCGOUGH FACILITY MANAGEMENT shall notify all vendors and suppliers of
Agency Items that MCGOUGH FACILITY MANAGEMENT is the CITY OF ROSEVILLE purchasing
agent and that obligation for payment is that of the CITY OF ROSEVILLE and not MCGOUGH
FACILITY MANAGEMENT. All contracts, purchase orders and other documents executed by
MCGOUGH FACILITY MANAGEMENT in the course of its duties as the CITY OF ROSEVILLE
purchasing agent, including those furnished to vendors, suppliers and other parties shall clearly reflect the
agency relationship and shall include or be accompanied by the following statement:
This purchase is made by McGough Facility Management, LLC (“MCGOUGH
FACILITY MANAGEMENT”) as purchasing agent for the CITY OF ROSEVILLE .
Title to the purchased goods or services shall pass directly from seller to the CITY OF
ROSEVILLE. The obligation to pay for the purchased goods or services is solely that of
the CITY OF ROSEVILLE, but invoices may be submitted for payment to MCGOUGH
FACILITY MANAGEMENT as agent for the CITY OF ROSEVILLE. The CITY OF
ROSEVILLE is exempt from Minnesota sales and use taxation on this purchase. A copy
of its Certificate of Exempt Status is attached. Accordingly, no sales or use tax should be
imposed on the transaction.
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Prior to issuing any purchase order or other agreement as the CITY OF ROSEVILLE
purchasing agent; MCGOUGH FACILITY MANAGEMENT shall review the proposed purchase order or
other agreement with the CITY OF ROSEVILLE for approval. MCGOUGH FACILITY
MANAGEMENT shall not issue any such purchase order or agreement without the CITY OF
ROSEVILLE.
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On behalf of the CITY OF ROSEVILLE, MCGOUGH FACILITY MANAGEMENT
shall review invoices for Agency Items to reasonably ensure that such invoices are valid, that items on
such invoices have not been previously billed, and that sales or use tax is not charged on such invoices. If
MCGOUGH FACILITY MANAGEMENT determines that an invoice is proper, it shall forward a copy to
the CITY OF ROSEVILLE, shall pay the invoice on behalf of the CITY OF ROSEVILLE, and shall
be promptly reimbursed by the CITY OF ROSEVILLE.
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The CITY OF ROSEVILLE shall indemnify, defend, and hold harmless MCGOUGH
FACILITY MANAGEMENT from and against all claims for sales or use tax, penalty, or interest payable
by MCGOUGH FACILITY MANAGEMENT related to, in connection with, or arising out of the
purchase of Agency Items. To be indemnified, MCGOUGH FACILITY MANAGEMENT must give the
CITY OF ROSEVILLE prompt notice of any challenge to the exemption from tax and opportunity to
fully defend against the challenge at the CITY OF ROSEVILLE expense to a final determination
(including appeals).
City of Roseville
McGough Facility Management, LLC
By: _______________________________
Its: _________________________________
By:_______________________________
Its: _______________________________
MAYOR:
Daniel J. Roe
CITY MANAGER:
Patrick J. Trudgeon
_______________________________
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REQUEST FOR COUNCIL ACTION
Date: July 10, 2017
Item No.: 9.h
Department Approval
Item Description:
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POLICY OBJECTIVE
The Roseville Police Department Police Liaison Officer assumes the following duties:
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Acceptance of the Roseville Area High School Police Liaison Officer Agreement
for the 2017-2018 School Year.
BACKGROUND
The Roseville Police Department is currently budgeted for one full-time school liaison officer and has a
full-time Roseville Police Officer deployed as a Police Liaison Officer in the District 623 high school.
During summer months, when school is not in session, this same full-time officer is temporarily
assigned to the patrol or investigations unit.
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City Manager Approval
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Follows up on referrals made by the police department and administrative staff
Counsels and advises students on legal offenses or other related matters as requested
Serves as a member of the administrative team and student support team
Visits with and gets acquainted with students during lunch periods, between classes, at school
activities and fields trips whenever possible
Intervenes with administrative and support staff, in cases of criminal law violation and may conduct
follow-up investigation of incidents
Works cooperatively with school staff to initiate prevention programs in the area of juvenile crime
Educates and advises parents regarding student behavior that could lead or has led to law infractions
or other matters, as requested
Assists the school administration in setting up procedures that would contribute to the safety and
security of the building and grounds
Makes presentations on relevant topics to students as requested by teachers or administrators; helps
arrange field trips and speakers in his or her area of expertise
Builds and maintains rapport among youth, parents, school personnel and law enforcement officers,
and serves as part of a team effort to provide role models
Assists, as assigned, with petitions to juvenile court and works with social and welfare agencies,
probation personnel, and makes referrals for family counseling, for chemical health evaluation, and
for other student needs
Assists, as assigned, in reporting child abuse/neglect cases and in handling Children in Need of
Protection or Services (CHIPS) cases
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 Performs other duties as assigned by the school principal
 During the summer months, performs duties as assigned by the Lieutenant in charge of Patrol or
Investigations.
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The Police Liaison Officer is expected to be on duty 173 student days and additional staff days as
determined by the Roseville Area High School. The Roseville Police Department has been provided
with the Roseville Area High School Police Liaison Officer Agreement for the 2017-2018 school year.
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The attached agreement has been reviewed and approved by the City Attorney.
FINANCIAL IMPACTS
School District 623 agrees to assume 67 percent of the total costs associated with the payment of salary,
benefits and cell phone charges for the Roseville Police Liaison Officer, not to exceed $73,324.97. The
School District shall provide office space for the Police Liaison Officer and contribute utilities as well
as maintenance costs at no cost to the City.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION
Staff recommends Council approval to accept the 2017-2018 Roseville Area School Police Liaison
Officer Agreement as set forth by School District 623 and authorize the signing of the Agreement by the
mayor and city manager.
REQUESTED COUNCIL ACTION
The police department is seeking Council approval of the 2017-2018 Roseville Area School Police
Liaison Officer Agreement allowing for the required City of Roseville signatures, specifically the City
of Roseville Mayor and City of Roseville Manager.
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Attachments:
Chief Rick Mathwig
A: RAHS & RVPD 2017-2018 School Liaison Officer Agreement
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Attachment A
EXHIBIT A
POSITION RESPONSIBILITY WRITE-UP
Position Title:
Police Liaison Officer
Date:
Department:
Student Services
Location: Roseville Area High School
Accountable To:
City of Roseville Chief of Police or Designee
August, 2012
Primary Objectives of Position
To assist in the coordination of a cooperative community approach between schools, parents,
police, and other resources to meet the special needs and problems of students.
MAJOR AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY
Follows up on referrals made by the Police Department and administrative staff.
1
Counsels and advises students on legal offenses or other related matters as requested.
2
Serves as a member of the administrative team and student support team.
3
Visits with and gets acquainted with students during lunch periods, between classes, at
school activities and on field trips when possible.
4
Intervenes with administrative and support staff, in cases of criminal law violation and
may conduct follow-up investigation of incidents.
5
Works cooperatively with school staff to initiate prevention programs in the area of
juvenile crime.
6
Educates and advises parents regarding student behavior that could lead or has led to
law infractions or other matters as requested.
7
Assists the school administration in setting up procedures that would contribute to the
safety and security of the building and grounds.
8
Makes presentations on relevant topics to students as requested by teachers or
administrators; helps arrange field trips and speakers in his or her area of expertise.
9
Builds and maintains rapport among youth, parents, school personnel and law
enforcement officers, and services as part of a team effort to provide role models.
10
Assists, as assigned, with petitions to Juvenile Court and works with social and
welfare agencies, probation personnel, and makes referrals for family counseling,
for chemical health evaluation, and for other student needs.
11
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EXHIBIT A
Assists, as assigned, in reporting child abuse/neglect cases and in handling Children in
Need of Protection or Services (CHIPS) cases.
12
Performs other duties as assigned by the School Principal.
13
During the summer months, performs duties as assigned by the Case Coordinator.
14
Knowledge and Skills Required
Knowledge of and ability to follow School District policies, regulations and procedures.
Ability to work with other law enforcement and outside agencies where jurisdictional
requirements prevail.
Ability to relate to and work with students of various cultural and economic backgrounds.
Ability to establish and maintain good working relationships with school administrators,
teachers and staff.
Supervision
Supervised by the City of Roseville Police Department. Works directly with and under the
guidance of the Roseville Area High School Principal.
Supervision of Others
None.
Responsibility for Public Contact
Continuous, requiring tact, courtesy, and good judgement.
Clothing to be Worn
Because the officer assigned to the Police Liaison Program is working in a very visible position,
the normal dress will be casual professional or law enforcement uniform.
8/2013
Adopted 2‐28‐17
Exhibit B
Roseville Area Schools
2017‐18
August
M
T
W
1
7
September
T
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8
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3
9
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Labor
Day
First Day Grades 1‐9
First Day K and 10‐12
October
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10
11
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5
6
7
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3
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8
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11
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13
Fall Recess
T
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18
11
12
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November
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January
December
T
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10
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T 1
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5
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7
Winter
Break
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1
2
3
4
5
8
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19
M Luther King Day
13
20
27
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15
ED
16
17
11
12
14
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22
29
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24
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19
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21
Winter Break
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End Tri 1
30
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31
25
March
February
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Pres
Day
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Thanksgiving
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April
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Tri 2
2
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K‐8
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Spring Break
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T30
May
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Last Day of School/
ED
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Memorial Day
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Trimesters: Tri 1 = 58 days, Tri 2 = 54 days, Tri 3 = 61 days
T = Teacher Workshop (no School) Shaded Days = No School
District 623 Roseville Area Schools
2017-2018 School Calendar
DATE
DAY
EVENT
8/28/17
8/29/17
8/30/17
8/31/17
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Teacher Workshop K-12
Teacher Workshop K-12
Teacher Workshop K-12
Teacher Workshop K-12
9/4/17
9/5/17
9/6/17
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Labor Day Holiday
First Day –Grades 1-8, 9th Grade All Day Orientation
First Day Kindergarten, Grades 10-12
10/2/17
10/19/17
10/20/17
Monday
Thursday
Friday
Teacher Workshop K-12 No School
No School (Fall Recess)
No School (Fall Recess)
11/22/17
11/23/17
11/24/17
11/30/17
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Thursday
K-12 Early Dismissal
Thanksgiving Holiday No School
Holiday No School
End of First Trimester (58 days)
12/1/17
12/22/17
Friday
Friday
Teacher Workshop K-12 No School
Beginning of Winter Break
1/2/18
1/15/18
1/26/18
Tuesday
Monday
Friday
School resumes K-12
Martin Luther King Jr Holiday No School
Teacher Workshop K-8 No School (School in Session for 9-12 grade)
2/9/18
2/19/18
Friday
Monday
Teacher Workshop K-12
Presidents Day Holiday No School
3/1/18
3/2/18
3/5/18
3/12/18
3/30/18
Thursday
Friday
Monday
Monday
Friday
End of Second Trimester (54 days)
Teacher Workshop K-12 No School
Beginning of Spring Break
School resumes K-12
Holiday No School K-12
4/30/18
Monday
Teacher Workshop K-12 No School
5/25/18
5/28/18
Friday
Monday
Teacher Workshop K-12 No School
Memorial Day Holiday No School
6/8/18
Friday
Last Student Day (AM) Teacher Workshop (PM), End of Third
Trimester (61 days)
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