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City of Albertville Council Agenda Monday, May 15, 2017 City Council Chambers 7:00 p.m. PUBLIC COMMENTS -The City of Albertville welcomes and encourages public input on issues listed on the agenda or of general community interest. Citizens wishing to address the Council regarding specific agenda items, other than public hearings are invited to do so under Public Forum and are asked to fill out a “Request to Speak Card”. Presentations are limited to five (5) minutes. P:\City Council\Council Agendas\2017 Agenda Packets\2017-05-15 CC Agenda.docx Meeting Date: May 15, 2017 1. Call to Order 2. Pledge of Allegiance – Roll Call 3. Recognitions – Presentations – Introductions 4. Public Forum – (time reserved 5 minutes) 5. Amendments to the Agenda 6. Consent Agenda All items under the Consent Agenda are considered to be routine by the City staff and will be enacted by one motion. In the event an item is pulled, it will be discussed in the order it is listed on the Consent agenda following the approval of the remaining Consent items. These items will be approved by a separate motion. A. Approve the May 1, 2017 Local Board of Appeals and Equalization as presented (pgs 4-5) B. Approve the May 1, 2017 regular City Council meeting minutes as presented (pgs 6-9) C. Authorize the Monday, March 6, 2017 payment of claims as presented, except bills specifically pulled which are passed by separate motion. The claims listing has been provided to City Council as a separate document and is available for public view at City Hall upon request (pg 10) D. Approve a Temporary On-Sale Intoxicating Liquor License for the Foxtailers Snowmobile Club on Saturday, June 10, 2017 during the 2017 Albertville Friendly City Days festival held in Central Park (pg 11) E. Approve the Church of St. Albert Lawful Gambling Exempt Permit Application for the annual Parish Festival that will be held on September 17, 2017 at the St. Albert Parish Center (pgs 12-15) 7. Public Hearings – None 8. Department Business A. City Council 1). Committee Updates (JWPB, FYCC, Fire, Planning, Ice Arena, Parks, etc.) Agenda Page 1

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City of Albertville Council Agenda

Monday, May 15, 2017 City Council Chambers

7:00 p.m. PUBLIC COMMENTS -The City of Albertville welcomes and encourages public input on issues listed on the agenda or of general community interest. Citizens wishing to address the Council regarding specific agenda items, other than public hearings are invited to do so under Public Forum and are asked to fill out a “Request to Speak Card”. Presentations are limited to five (5) minutes.

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1. Call to Order

2. Pledge of Allegiance – Roll Call

3. Recognitions – Presentations – Introductions 4. Public Forum – (time reserved 5 minutes) 5. Amendments to the Agenda

6. Consent Agenda

All items under the Consent Agenda are considered to be routine by the City staff and will be enacted by one motion. In the event an item is pulled, it will be discussed in the order it is listed on the Consent agenda following the approval of the remaining Consent items. These items will be approved by a separate motion.

A. Approve the May 1, 2017 Local Board of Appeals and Equalization as presented (pgs 4-5)

B. Approve the May 1, 2017 regular City Council meeting minutes as presented (pgs 6-9) C. Authorize the Monday, March 6, 2017 payment of claims as presented, except bills

specifically pulled which are passed by separate motion. The claims listing has been provided to City Council as a separate document and is available for public view at City Hall upon request (pg 10)

D. Approve a Temporary On-Sale Intoxicating Liquor License for the Foxtailers Snowmobile Club on Saturday, June 10, 2017 during the 2017 Albertville Friendly City Days festival held in Central Park (pg 11)

E. Approve the Church of St. Albert Lawful Gambling Exempt Permit Application for the annual Parish Festival that will be held on September 17, 2017 at the St. Albert Parish Center (pgs 12-15)

7. Public Hearings – None 8. Department Business

A. City Council

1). Committee Updates (JWPB, FYCC, Fire, Planning, Ice Arena, Parks, etc.)

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B. Planning/Zoning

1). Central Park Master Plan - Presentation at Meeting

C. Public Works/Engineering

1). Tennis Court Regulations (pgs 16-17)

(Motion to adopt Ordinance 2017-02 establishing regulations for tennis courts in all city parks ))

2). Drainage and Utility Easement Encroachment Agreements – Discussion

D. Fire – None

E. Finance – None

F. City Clerk – None

G. Building – None

H. Legal – None

I. Administration

1). Crop Lease Agreement (pg 18)

(Motion to approve crop lease agreement between the City of Albertville and Brian Beaudry.)

2). City Administrator’s Update (pgs 19-33) 9. Announcements and/or Upcoming Meetings

May 19 Explore Your Parks Night, 6:00-8:00 p.m. May 22 Joint Powers Water Board, 6:00 p.m. Parks Committee, 8:00 p.m. May 29 Memorial Day, City Offices Closed June 5 City Council, 7:00 p.m. June 7-11 Albertville Friendly City Days June 12 STMA Ice Arena Board, 6:00 p.m. June 13 Planning Commission, 7:00 p.m. June 19 City Council, 7:00 p.m. June 26 Joint Powers Water Board, 6:00 p.m. Parks Committee, 8:00 p.m.

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10. Adjournment

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CITY OF ALBERTVILLE LOCAL BOARD OF APPEAL AND EQUALIZATION

CITY HALL – COUNCIL CHAMBERS

May 1, 2017

DRAFT MINUTES ROLL CALL PRESENT: Board members Aaron Cocking, Rob Olson, and John Vetsch Board member Walter Hudson arrived at 6:53 p.m. and Board Chair Jillian Hendrickson arrived at 6:57 p.m. ABSENT: None OTHERS PRESENT: City Administrator-PWD Adam Nafstad, City Clerk Kimberly Olson, Albertville Appraiser Brice Nelson, Wright County Assessor Tony Rasmussen Vetsch called the meeting to order at 6:47 p.m.

PID 101110006090, 6853 LaSalle Circle NE Nelson reported the homeowner felt the valuation was too high at $384,300 and so he chose four comparable properties in the same neighborhood to compare the home to. Cocking inquired if the process is non-subjective. Nelson explained how the formula works in using comparable sales to get a new estimated market value and stated that he does not form an opinion on the features of a home and relies on data instead. The new value using the formula came to $382,366. Nelson reported the homeowner is not in agreement. Motioned by Olson, seconded by Cocking, to reduce the valuation for 6853 LaSalle Circle NE to $382,366. Ayes: Hendrickson, Cocking, Olson, and Vetsch. Nays: None. Absent: Hudson. MOTION DECLARED CARRIED. PID 101500364301, 101500364302, 101500364311, 6065 Large Avenue NE Rasmussen reported there have been numerous appeals for the commercial property in the past and they have made reductions to the valuation. He stated the billboard parcel was valued at $56,100 and other properties along I-94 have values right around $56,100. He added they do not value the billboard, just the land that it sits on. The creamery parcel is valued at $61,000. He stated the asking price for the purchase of the property is listed at $200,000. If the asking price were lowered, Rasmussen stated he might reconsider, but the owner has it listed for the $200,000. Nafstad inquired about easement and right away on the other parcel and Rasmussen replied there is already a deduct on it.

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City of Albertville Meeting Minutes Local Board of Appeal and Equalization May 1, 2017 Page 2 of 2

Vetsch questioned if the price is right for the creamery building and if the building can even be occupied. Nafstad clarified that if the use does not change; it could be occupied and also would not have to be sprinkled. Cocking felt the owner must believe the building has value based on the asking price. Motioned by Cocking, seconded by Olson, to make no change in valuation for PID’s 101500364301, 101500364302, 101500364311, 6065 Large Ave. Ayes: Hendrickson, Cocking, Hudson, Olson, and Vetsch. Nays: None. Absent: None. MOTION DECLARED CARRIED. ADJOURNMENT Motioned by Vetsch, seconded by Olson, to close the Local Board of Appeals and Equalization hearing at 7:10 p.m. Ayes: Hendrickson, Cocking, Hudson, Olson, and Vetsch. Nays: None. Absent: None. MOTION DECLARED CARRIED. Respectfully submitted, _______________________________ Kimberly A. Olson, City Clerk

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ALBERTVILLE CITY COUNCIL

Monday, May 1, 2017

DRAFT MINUTES ALBERTVILLE CITY HALL 7:00 PM 1. CALL TO ORDER - PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE Mayor Hendrickson called the meeting to order at 7:10 p.m. 2. ROLL CALL Present: Mayor Hendrickson and Council members Cocking, Hudson, Olson, and Vetsch Absent: None

Staff Present: City Administrator-PWD Adam Nafstad, City Attorney Mike Couri, City Planner Al Brixius, Fire Chief Eric Bullen, and City Clerk Kimberly Olson Others Present: 3. RECOGNITIONS – PRESENTATIONS – INTRODUCTIONS - None 4. PUBLIC FORUM – (time reserved 5 minutes) There was no one present for the forum. 5. AMENDMENTS TO THE AGENDA Motioned by Olson, seconded by Hudson, to approve the Agenda as presented. Ayes: Hendrickson, Cocking, Hudson, Olson, and Vetsch. Nays: None. Absent: None. MOTION DECLARED CARRIED. 6. CONSENT AGENDA All items under the Consent Agenda are considered to be routine by the City staff and will be enacted by one motion. In the event an item is pulled, it will be discussed in the order it is listed on the Consent agenda following the approval of the remaining Consent items. These items will be approved by a separate motion.

A. Approve the Local Board of Appeals and Equalization meeting of April 17, 2017 as presented.

B. Approve the April 17, 2017 regular City Council meeting minutes as presented. C. Authorize the Monday, May 1, 2017 payment of claims as presented, except bills

specifically pulled which are passed by separate motion. The claims listing has been provided to City Council as a separate document and is available for public view at City Hall upon request.

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City Council Meeting Minutes Page 2 Regular Meeting of May 1, 2017

D. Approve Resolution 2017-011 approving the Minnesota Lawful Gambling LG230 application to conduct bingo on Saturday, June 10, 2017 during Albertville Friendly City Days at St. Albert Parish Center, located at 11400 57th Street NE.

E. Approve a Temporary Intoxicating Liquor License for the Albertville Lions and the Knights of Columbus for June 9-11 2017 for the 2017 Albertville Friendly City Days festival contingent upon receipt of liquor liability insurance.

Motioned by Vetsch, seconded by Olson, to approve the Consent Agenda as presented. Ayes: Hendrickson, Cocking, Hudson, Olson, and Vetsch. Nays: None. Absent: None. MOTION DECLARED CARRIED. 7. PUBLIC HEARINGS – None

8. DEPARTMENT BUSINESS

A. City Council

1). Committee Updates Joint Powers Water Board Hendrickson reported the Board is moving forward with a new website, but needs to make some decisions regarding the domain name. Specifically, whether to change it or pay a fee to purchase the domain name from original purchaser. Hendrickson stated the Board has concerns if they don’t purchase the domain name, they may be without a website before the new one is active. Council suggested changing the domain name as the fee was too high. Parks Committee Vetsch reported that the committee wanted to be sure the property owners around Oakside Park are notified of the completion of the trail around the park. Nafstad stated he would be in contact with the homeowners and if there is opposition, he will bring the issue back to Council. FYCC Nafstad reported that Nicole Rice, FYCC Coordinator, has submitted her resignation. He stated that the interview process will be put on the fast track to find a replacement. Olson reported the FYCC bylaws need to be updated. Transportation Cocking reported he traveled to Washington D.C. and met with Minnesota’s elected officials regarding transportation. Congressman Emmer was willing to send a letter to the Federal Transportation Commissioner and he is also working on grant funding for ramps. Council discussed transportation legislation at the state level; no bills have been passed by either the House or Senate to date.

B. City Clerk 1). New Liquor License for Coborn’s Liquor

Clerk Olson reported that Coborn’s will be relocating their liquor store to 5600 LaCentre Avenue NE, Suite 114. She explained that the City Code requires a new license every time there is a change in location or ownership of a liquor license. Cocking inquired if this will be the permanent location

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City Council Meeting Minutes Page 3 Regular Meeting of May 1, 2017

for the liquor store and Clerk Olson replied it would be. It was her understanding the former site will be used to expand parts of the grocery store. Hendrickson inquired about the fee since they just paid for their renewal. Clerk Olson stated that the applicant had submitted the fee for new license, but she would refund that and apply their renewal fee to the license as they don’t want to double charge them. Motioned by Vetsch, seconded by Hudson, to approve the Off -Sale Intoxicating Liquor License for Coborn’s Liquor for the premises located at 5600 LaCentre Avenue NE, Suite 114 contingent upon compliance with all building and fire codes. Ayes: Hendrickson, Cocking, Hudson, Olson, and Vetsch. Nays: None. Absent: None. MOTION DECLARED CARRIED.

C. Planning/Zoning

1). Communication Towers Discussion Brixius provided the Council with communication tower requirements from surrounding cities. He stated towers cannot be outright banned. He reviewed the comparison requirements and noted that the ordinances were similar to Albertville. He reported the Verizon development application was withdrawn until August/September. He stated Verizon had requested the tower to provide service to an overloaded area which is located in the northeast and central parts of the City. He indicated the applicant had requested more time to explore co-location. Brixius stated the real issue is co-location requirements and overall location of communication towers in the City. Brixius stated the Council may want to consider co-location if there is availability within a mile of a proposed location as well as researching certain setbacks and screening options. The Planning Commission also inquired about camouflage options. Brixius stated that demands are increasing for service and this type of request will not be decreasing. Olson noted that some cities require any new towers to accommodate location of one other service. Brixius suggested that new towers have a cap at 100 feet with exception for towers that do allow co-location.

D. Legal 1). City Attorney Report

There were no questions on the report. E. Fire – None

F. Finance – None

G. Public Works/Engineering – None

H. Building – None

I. Administration

1). City Administrator’s Update Nafstad reported a development group was scheduled to close on Towne Lakes 6th Addition last week and they plan to begin building homes this summer. Nafstad also stated the group plans to make a plat application for 7th Addition soon so they can begin construction late summer.

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City Council Meeting Minutes Page 4 Regular Meeting of May 1, 2017

Centra Homes is looking to develop single family detached townhomes for Karston Cove 4th Addition. Nafstad stated Wright Hennepin Electric is also updating their streetlights with LED lights, but are doing so as they burn out. Olson commented on the difference in color between the two types of lights and also inquired if the City will see savings from the switch out that Xcel Energy is doing in their section of the City. Nafstad replied they will see a difference of a couple thousand dollars. Nafstad invited the Council to the First Responder event hosted by the I-94 West Chamber of Commerce on May 23. Bullen stated they will need to RSVP for any members going. Nafstad reported he met with the local baseball stakeholders on the lighting project and they discussed options for bullpens and batting cages. Olson asked Nafstad if Wright County could look into the timing of the stoplights on the County roads in the city. Hudson too felt the lights have issues during the off peak times. . 9. ANNOUNCEMENTS AND/OR UPCOMING MEETINGS

May 8 STMA Ice Arena Board, 6:00 p.m. May 9 Planning Commission, 7:00 p.m. May 15 City Council, 7:00 p.m. May 19 Explore Your Parks Night, 6:00-8:00 p.m. – Various Parks May 22 Joint Powers Water Board, 6:00 p.m. Parks Committee, 8:00 p.m. May 29 Memorial Day, City Offices Closed June 5 City Council, 7:00 p.m. June 7-11 AFCD June 12 STMA Ice Arena Board, 6:00 p.m. June 13 Planning Commission, 7:00 p.m. June 19 City Council, 7:00 p.m. June 26 Joint Powers Water Board, 6:00 p.m.

10. ADJOURNMENT

Motioned by Olson, seconded by Hudson, to adjourn the meeting at 8:17 p.m. Ayes: Hendrickson, Cocking, Hudson, Olson, and Vetsch. Nays: None. Absent: None. MOTION DECLARED CARRIED. Respectfully submitted, ___________________________________ Kimberly A. Olson, City Clerk

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Mayor and Council Request for Action

P:\City Council\Council Packet Information\2017\051517\2017-05-15 Finance Bills Report (RCA).docx

Meeting Date: May 15, 2017

May 11, 2017 SUBJECT: CONSENT - FINANCE – PAYMENT OF BILLS RECOMMENDATION: It is respectfully requested that the Mayor and Council consider the following: MOTION TO: Authorize the Monday, May 15, 2017 payment of the claims as presented except the bills specifically pulled, which are passed by separate motion. The claims listing has been provided to Council as a separate document. The claims listing is available for public viewing at City Hall upon request. BACKGROUND: The City processes claims on a semi-monthly basis. The bills are approved through their respective departments and administration and passed onto the City Council for approval. KEY ISSUES:

• Account codes starting with 810 are STMA Arena Expenses/Vendors (bolded) and key issues will be presented in the claims listing document.

POLICY/PRACTICES CONSIDERATIONS: It is the City’s policy to review and approve payables on a semi-monthly basis. FINANCIAL CONSIDERATIONS: City staff has reviewed and recommends approval of payments presented. LEGAL CONSIDERATIONS: The Mayor and Council have the authority to approve all bills pursuant to Minnesota State Law, which requires all bills to be paid in a timely manner, generally within 30 days unless one party determines to dispute the billing. Responsible Person: Tina Lannes, Finance Director Submitted through: Adam Nafstad, City Administrator-PWD Attachment: List of Claims (under separate cover)

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Mayor and Council Request for Action

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Meeting Date May 15, 2017

May 11, 2017 SUBJECT: CONSENT – CITY CLERK – FOXTAILERS SNOWMOBILE CLUB TEMPORARY ON-

SALE INTOXICATING LIQUOR LICENSE RECOMMENDATION: It is respectfully requested that the Mayor and City Council consider the following: MOTION TO: Approve a Temporary On-Sale Intoxicating Liquor License for the Foxtailers Snowmobile Club on Saturday, June 10, 2017 during the 2017 Albertville Friendly City Days festival held in Central Park. BACKGROUND: The Foxtailers Snowmobile Club has submitted an application for a Temporary On-Sale Intoxicating Liquor License for June 10, 2017 for Albertville Friendly City Days. During the festival, there are two beer gardens sponsored by the Albertville Lions Club and Knights of Columbus. The Foxtailers Snowmobile Club is seeking the liquor license to serve on Saturday only. KEY ISSUES:

• The Foxtailers have submitted the correct application materials and insurance for the temporary liquor license.

• At the April 17, 2017 City Council meeting, the Council gave approval for the groups to apply to serve strong beer at the beer gardens rather than 3.2% beer.

FINANCIAL CONSIDERATIONS: There is minimal financial revenue collected from the applicant for the liquor license. LEGAL CONSIDERATIONS: The Mayor and City Council have the authority to review and approve or deny any liquor license. Responsible Person/Department: Kimberly Olson, City Clerk Submitted through: Adam Nafstad, City Administrator-PWD Attachments: Liquor License Application

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Mayor and Council Request for Action

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May 11, 2017 SUBJECT: CONSENT - CITY CLERK – CHURCH OF ST. ALBERT LAWFUL GAMBLING

PERMIT RECOMMENDATION: It is respectfully requested that the Mayor and Council consider the following: MOTION TO: Approve the Church of St. Albert Lawful Gambling Exempt Permit Application for the annual Parish Festival that will be held on September 17, 2017 at the St. Albert Parish Center. BACKGROUND: The Church of St. Albert has submitted a Lawful Gambling Permit for their Parish Festival in the fall. The Church of St. Albert is a non-profit, religious organization that holds fund-raising events throughout the year. Their application for lawful gambling will allow them to conduct bingo, raffles, paddlewheels, pull tabs, and tip boards at the Festival. The Parish Festival will be held on September 17, 2017 at the St. Albert Parish Center, located at 11458 57th Street NE. KEY ISSUES:

• The Church of St. Albert is a qualifying non-profit organization. • The Parish Festival is an annual fund-raising event for the church. • The Minnesota Gambling Control Board ultimately issues this type of license, but

requires City approval prior to issuing the license. FINANCIAL CONSIDERATIONS: There is no financial revenue collected from the applicant for the gambling permit. LEGAL CONSIDERATIONS: It is the City’s policy to review and approve or deny gambling permit applications for gambling activity within the City. Responsible Person/Department: Kimberly Olson, City Clerk Submitted through: Adam Nafstad, City Administrator-PWD Attachments: Church of St. Albert Application for Lawful Gambling Permit

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Meeting Date: May 15, 2017

Mayor and Council Request for Action _____________________________________________________________________________

May 11, 2017

SUBJECT: PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT – TENNIS COURT REGULATIONS RECOMMENDATION: It is respectfully requested that the Mayor and City Council consider the following motion: MOTION TO: Motion to adopt Ordinance 2017-02 establishing regulations for tennis courts in all city parks. BACKGROUND: The City has three parks that include tennis courts. Recently a group has expressed interest in reserving courts for summer camps, which has not been our practice. Generally the city’s park facilities are first come, first serve with the exception of fields and the Central Park shelter, which can be reserved. It is staff’s recommendation to keep the courts first come – first serve with a 1-hour playing time limit if others are waiting. The STMA School District does have courts that can be reserved for a fee. KEY ISSUES:

• Albertville’s courts are designed as neighborhood courts, close to homes, with limited parking and restrooms. Reservations are generally necessary for organized leagues and group lessons, which are facilities are not designed for and may not be designed by neighboring homes.

• Court rule sings are posted at the parks letting users know the regulations. • The ordinance will cover regulations for all tennis courts in the City. • The attached ordinance will allow enforcement of tennis regulations should they be

needed. POLICY/PRACTICES CONSIDERATIONS: The Mayor and City Council have the authority to regulate activities on city property. FINANCIAL CONSIDERATIONS: The only financial cost is to publish the ordinance in order for it to become effective. Responsible Person/Title: Kimberly Olson, City Clerk Submitted Through: Adam Nafstad, City Administrator-PWD Attachments: Ordinance 2017-02

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CITY OF ALBERTVILLE COUNTY OF WRIGHT

STATE OF MINNESOTA

ORDINANCE NO.: 2017-02

AN ORDINANCE AMENDING TITLE 8, CHAPTER 3, TO ADD TENNIS COURT REGULATIONS FOR ALL PARKS

The City Council of the City of Albertville, Minnesota hereby ordains: Section 1. Title 8, Chapter 3, Section 8-3-2 (Regulations for All Parks) is hereby amended to add the following language as follows:

8-3-2: S. TENNIS COURTS: The following regulations pertain to all groups

and/or individuals utilizing the tennis courts: A. Use of courts is at the user’s risk. B. Courts are first come first serve; however, play must be limited

to one hour if others are waiting. C. No food, drinks, or glass containers on courts. D. No pets. E. No bicycles, roller blades or skate boards. F. No sitting or hanging on nets. G. No climbing on fence

This ordinance shall be in full force and effective immediately following its passage and publication.

Adopted by the Albertville City Council this 15th day of May, 2017.

_____________________________________ ATTEST: Jillian Hendrickson, Mayor

________________________________ Kimberly A. Olson, City Clerk

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CROP LEASE AGREEMENT

This Lease is made effective between the City of Albertville (Landlord) and Brian Beaudry, tenant.

1. Approximately 17 acres north of sewer ponds.

2. This Lease is made the crop years 2017 and 2018, but either party can cancel by January 31, of current crop year.

3. As compensation, Lessee will have a tax statement put in his name for said property at Wright Count Assessor’s Office and pay property taxes each year because of agricultural use.

4. Lessee will follow generally accepted good agricultural practices that will preserve the long-term viability of the farm land.

5. Lessee will indemnify, defend, and hold harmless the Lessor from any liability that arises because of the Lessee’s agricultural activities, unless due to the Lessor’s negligence.

Agreed to this ______ day of May, 2017. LESSOR LESSEE _________________________ _________________________ Albertville City Brian Beaudry

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City Administrator’s Update May 11, 2017

GENERAL ADMINISTRATION

Arena Board: The 2016 audit was presented to the Board on May 8. We have prepared an updated JPA/ownership/operations agreement, which is currently being reviewed by staff from each entity.

Second Sheet of Ice: The School District is working to finalize the conceptual design of the new facility. City staff has met with the architect to discuss the city application and review process and is anticipating a mid-summer application.

Towne Lakes 6th and 7th: HSB Ventures, LLC (Onsite Solutions and partners) has closed on Towne Lakes 6th. They plan to start building the townhomes immediately and hope to have plat approvals for Towne Lakes 7th this summer, so they can begin construction this fall.

FYCC: The FYCC Coordinator position was advertised and they received eight applications. Interviews will be held on May 15 and it is anticipated the new Coordinator will begin in early June.

Karston Cove 4th Addition: Centra Homes is working on a single-family detached townhome concept and will potentially be making a development application this summer.

AFCD Social: An invite will be sent out soon to neighboring communities, officials, and staff for the annual social hour at Friendly City Days on Friday, June 9 at 5:00 p.m.

Sunday Liquor Sales: Off-sale liquor sales on Sundays were approved by the legislature and will be effective July 2, 2017. Sales can be made from 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. If Council would like to adopt those hours, the City Code will need to be modified slightly. Staff is looking for Council feedback if staff should move forward with an ordinance amendment, seek off-sale license holder feedback, and/or research how other cities are proceeding.

Crop Lease Agreement: The Beaudry family would like to farm (row crops) the approximate 17 acres north of the wastewater ponds. Once tilled for crop production, the property will be placed on the tax rolls. The Beaudry's are willing to pay the taxes and have prepared the attached agreement. The Beaudry’s have been haying this field for many years and this year they would like to plant a row crop.

ENGINEERING/PUBLIC WORKS

Main Avenue Railroad Crossing: We learned last week that the Railroad would be replacing the crossing the weeks of May 15 and May 21. In preparation of the Railroad’s work, the Main Avenue NE closure was posted on May 5 and closed on May 10. Our goal is to have the project complete by June 5.

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City Administrator’s Update Page 2 of 2 May 11, 2017

Montgomery Property: The Excelsior Group plans to submit a formal development application to St. Michael in early June.

Otsego Truck Stop: The traffic analysis is not yet complete; however, SRF has identified several impacts to the system that will require further review. I expect to see the completed study soon.

2017 Street and Trail Improvements Project: Contracts have been prepared and are currently being circulated for signatures.

Mall of Entertainment-AUAR: I am currently preparing a memo regarding capacity and impacts to the City’s sewer and water infrastructure that will be included in the AUAR.

CSAH 37 and I-94 Signal and Striping Revisions: Wright County has identified this as a 2017 County project.

WWTF: The renewal of the MPCA permit and MPCA that required mercury minimization plan has been submitted. I will be scheduling a workshop to provide an update and discuss discharge requirement options.

2017 CSAH 19 and 57th Street NE Signal Improvements: Project plans and specifications are being prepared and will be presented to Council soon.

Ballfield Lighting: The lights are working and Public Works is restoring the disturbed areas. We will be ordering and installing the batting cages, distance markers, and bullpens soon.

CenturyLink Fiber Projects: CenturyLink will be resuming work soon.

Central Park Depot Project: A sanitary sewer stub was installed this week as part of the railroad crossing improvements.

Upcoming Events:

• May 19 – Explore Your Parks Night, 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. at Oakside, Linwood, Winter, Villas, Westwind and Four Seasons Parks.

• May 23 - I-94 West Chamber’s Annual First Responder Awards and Luncheon, 11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. at the Medina Ballroom. Please let me now if you are interested in attending as we will need to RSVP for the event.

• June 14 to 16 – 2017 Annual League of MN Cities Conference in Rochester. Please let me know if you would like to attend.

Attachments: April Sheriff’s Report

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Albertville Monthly Report 2017 Printed on May 1, 2017

911 Hang-up Total: 13Incident Start Date/Time Initial Call CFS # Final Incident Case Number How

Reported

911 Open Line Total: 9Incident Start Date/Time Initial Call CFS # Final Incident Case Number How

Reported

Abandoned Vehicle Total: 4Incident Start Date/Time Initial Call CFS # Final Incident Case Number How

Reported

Abuse Total: 1Incident Start Date/Time Initial Call CFS # Final Incident Case Number How

Reported

Agency Assist Total: 3Incident Start Date/Time Initial Call CFS # Final Incident Case Number How

Reported

04/01/17 09:34 911 Hang-up 2017023190 91104/06/17 18:27 911 Hang-up 2017024640 91104/07/17 19:01 911 Hang-up 2017024919 91104/09/17 09:42 911 Hang-up 2017025293 91104/10/17 15:18 911 Hang-up 2017025603 91104/12/17 13:38 911 Hang-up 2017026100 91104/12/17 14:56 911 Hang-up 2017026118 91104/16/17 11:14 911 Hang-up 2017027107 91104/21/17 15:46 911 Hang-up 2017028525 91104/26/17 11:43 911 Hang-up; Animal 2017029715 91104/27/17 08:48 911 Hang-up 2017029948 911 Hang-up WCSOP17011693 91104/30/17 01:37 911 Hang-up 2017030769 Domestic Disturbance WCSOP17012005 91104/30/17 12:06 911 Hang-up 2017030839 911

04/01/17 10:55 911 Open Line 2017023219 91104/07/17 00:17 911 Open Line 2017024700 91104/14/17 07:08 911 Open Line 2017026523 91104/14/17 11:41 911 Open Line 2017026590 91104/21/17 12:38 911 Open Line 2017028470 91104/22/17 15:37 911 Open Line 2017028823 91104/23/17 14:17 911 Open Line 2017029087 91104/25/17 10:30 911 Open Line 2017029478 91104/30/17 17:29 911 Open Line 2017030905 911

04/20/17 13:35 Abandoned Vehicle 2017028197 Abandoned Vehicle WCSOP17010995 Phone04/21/17 12:45 Abandoned Vehicle 2017028473 Phone04/23/17 06:38 Abandoned Vehicle 2017029015 Abandoned Vehicle WCSOP17011329 Phone04/27/17 08:10 Abandoned Vehicle 2017029938 Abandoned Vehicle WCSOP17011687 911

04/22/17 14:43 Abuse 2017028812 Abuse WCSOP17011244 Phone

04/07/17 19:38 Agency Assist 2017024927 Warrant - Arrest WCSOP17009634 Phone04/18/17 22:41 Agency Assist 2017027811 Agency Assist WCSOP1701081804/26/17 12:20 Agency Assist; Pursuit 2017029722 Agency Assist WCSOP17011613 Phone

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Alarm Total: 1Incident Start Date/Time Initial Call CFS # Final Incident Case Number How

Reported

Animal Total: 9Incident Start Date/Time Initial Call CFS # Final Incident Case Number How

Reported

Animal - Barking Dog Total: 2Incident Start Date/Time Initial Call CFS # Final Incident Case Number How

Reported

Animal - Bites - Attacks Total: 2Incident Start Date/Time Initial Call CFS # Final Incident Case Number How

Reported

Burglary Total: 1Incident Start Date/Time Initial Call CFS # Final Incident Case Number How

Reported

Check Welfare Total: 5Incident Start Date/Time Initial Call CFS # Final Incident Case Number How

Reported

Citizen Aid Total: 3Incident Start Date/Time Initial Call CFS # Final Incident Case Number How

Reported

Civil Complaint Total: 5Incident Start Date/Time Initial Call CFS # Final Incident Case Number How

Reported

04/16/17 20:28 Alarm 2017027201 Alarm WCSOP17010601 Phone

04/03/17 12:56 Animal 2017023755 Animal WCSOP17009160 Phone04/12/17 06:42 Animal 2017026005 Phone04/15/17 09:13 Animal 2017026843 Phone04/17/17 18:45 Animal 2017027438 Phone04/17/17 20:16 Animal 2017027462 Animal WCSOP17010703 Phone04/18/17 03:05 Animal 2017027547 Animal WCSOP17010722 Phone04/22/17 17:41 Animal 2017028849 Animal WCSOP17011266 Phone04/23/17 13:53 Animal 2017029081 Phone04/28/17 12:47 Animal 2017030275 Phone

04/15/17 14:43 Animal - Barking Dog 2017026905 Animal - Barking Dog WCSOP17010474 Phone04/21/17 17:43 Animal - Barking Dog 2017028570 Animal - Barking Dog WCSOP17011147 Phone

04/13/17 19:17 Animal - Bites - Attacks 2017026432 Animal - Bites - Attacks WCSOP17010269 Phone04/13/17 19:17 Animal - Bites - Attacks 2017026433 Animal - Bites - Attacks WCSOP17010273 Phone

04/03/17 08:41 Burglary 2017023707 Commercial Burglary WCSOP17009139 Phone

04/07/17 17:12 Check Welfare 2017024892 Check Welfare WCSOP17009614 Phone04/08/17 13:30 Check Welfare 2017025077 Check Welfare WCSOP17009688 Phone04/28/17 08:11 Check Welfare 2017030218 Check Welfare WCSOP1701180104/30/17 15:20 Check Welfare 2017030875 Check Welfare WCSOP17012053 Phone04/30/17 18:20 Check Welfare 2017030910 Check Welfare WCSOP17012063 Phone

04/07/17 18:42 Citizen Aid 2017024911 Citizen Aid WCSOP17009630 Phone04/09/17 09:40 Citizen Aid 2017025292 Citizen Aid WCSOP17009778 Phone04/25/17 09:14 Citizen Aid 2017029463 Citizen Aid WCSOP17011501 Phone

04/17/17 14:25 Civil Complaint 2017027367 Civil Complaint WCSOP17010662 Phone04/18/17 08:31 Civil Complaint 2017027585 Civil Complaint WCSOP17010739 Phone

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Incident Start Date/Time Initial Call CFS # Final Incident Case Number HowReported

Civil Process Total: 8Incident Start Date/Time Initial Call CFS # Final Incident Case Number How

Reported

Commercial Fire Alarm Total: 2Incident Start Date/Time Initial Call CFS # Final Incident Case Number How

Reported

Commercial General Alarm Total: 16Incident Start Date/Time Initial Call CFS # Final Incident Case Number How

Reported

Court Order Violation Total: 1Incident Start Date/Time Initial Call CFS # Final Incident Case Number How

Reported

Criminal Damage to Property Total: 2Incident Start Date/Time Initial Call CFS # Final Incident Case Number How

Reported

04/18/17 09:29 Civil Complaint 2017027593 Phone

04/19/17 17:29 Civil Complaint 2017028004 Animal WCSOP17010900 Phone04/20/17 17:40 Civil Complaint 2017028254 Civil Complaint WCSOP17011024 Phone

04/03/17 08:54 Civil Process 2017023713 Officer04/04/17 09:45 Civil Process 2017023975 Officer04/04/17 15:52 Civil Process 2017024050 Officer04/06/17 14:13 Civil Process 2017024563 Officer04/07/17 11:28 Civil Process 2017024796 Officer04/14/17 16:44 Civil Process 2017026682 Officer04/26/17 10:49 Civil Process 2017029700 Officer04/26/17 11:55 Civil Process 2017029720 Officer

04/19/17 17:47 Commercial Fire Alarm 2017028009 Commercial Fire Alarm WCSOP17010902 Phone04/26/17 17:25 Commercial Fire Alarm 2017029802 Commercial Fire Alarm WCSOP17011643 Phone

04/02/17 10:52 Commercial General Alarm 2017023514 Commercial General Alarm WCSOP17009048 Phone04/06/17 06:41 Commercial General Alarm 2017024461 Commercial General Alarm WCSOP17009434 Phone04/08/17 15:40 Commercial General Alarm 2017025101 Commercial General Alarm WCSOP17009701 Phone04/09/17 19:27 Commercial General Alarm 2017025424 Commercial General Alarm WCSOP17009833 Phone04/14/17 01:17 Commercial General Alarm 2017026506 Commercial General Alarm WCSOP17010295 Phone04/18/17 07:24 Commercial General Alarm 2017027572 Commercial General Alarm WCSOP17010732 Phone04/18/17 12:49 Commercial General Alarm 2017027643 Commercial General Alarm WCSOP17010757 Phone04/20/17 02:22 Commercial General Alarm 2017028102 Commercial General Alarm WCSOP17010943 Phone04/20/17 06:08 Commercial General Alarm 2017028121 Commercial General Alarm WCSOP17010953 Phone04/21/17 08:50 Commercial General Alarm 2017028413 Phone04/22/17 14:40 Commercial General Alarm 2017028811 Commercial General Alarm WCSOP17011243 Phone04/23/17 19:25 Commercial General Alarm 2017029151 Commercial General Alarm WCSOP17011381 Phone04/23/17 19:58 Commercial General Alarm 2017029156 Commercial General Alarm WCSOP17011384 Phone04/24/17 04:02 Commercial General Alarm 2017029216 Commercial General Alarm WCSOP17011402 Phone04/25/17 07:27 Commercial General Alarm 2017029446 Commercial General Alarm WCSOP17011492 Phone04/30/17 19:21 Commercial General Alarm 2017030919 Commercial General Alarm WCSOP17012066 Phone

04/16/17 14:37 Court Order Violation 2017027146 Court Order Violation WCSOP17010572 Phone

04/11/17 14:56 Criminal Damage toProperty

2017025839 Criminal Damage to Property WCSOP17010010 Phone

04/19/17 07:48 Criminal Damage toProperty

2017027868 Criminal Damage to Property WCSOP17010845 Phone

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Disabled Vehicle Total: 1

Incident Start Date/Time Initial Call CFS # Final Incident Case Number HowReported

Disorderly Total: 1Incident Start Date/Time Initial Call CFS # Final Incident Case Number How

Reported

Domestic Disturbance Total: 8Incident Start Date/Time Initial Call CFS # Final Incident Case Number How

Reported

Drugs Total: 4Incident Start Date/Time Initial Call CFS # Final Incident Case Number How

Reported

Fight Total: 2Incident Start Date/Time Initial Call CFS # Final Incident Case Number How

Reported

Fire - Gas Leak Total: 2Incident Start Date/Time Initial Call CFS # Final Incident Case Number How

Reported

Fire - Other Total: 2Incident Start Date/Time Initial Call CFS # Final Incident Case Number How

Reported

Fireworks Total: 4Incident Start Date/Time Initial Call CFS # Final Incident Case Number How

Reported

04/25/17 14:55 Disabled Vehicle 2017029526 Disabled Vehicle WCSOP17011531 Phone

04/22/17 11:24 Disorderly 2017028770 Disorderly WCSOP17011233 Phone

04/07/17 10:25 Domestic Disturbance 2017024778 Domestic Disturbance WCSOP17009559 Phone04/13/17 15:05 Domestic Disturbance 2017026355 Domestic Disturbance WCSOP17010234 Phone04/15/17 06:36 Domestic Disturbance 2017026832 Domestic Disturbance WCSOP17010440 Phone04/16/17 19:28 Domestic Disturbance 2017027189 Domestic Disturbance WCSOP17010595 91104/17/17 09:44 Domestic Disturbance 2017027298 Domestic Disturbance WCSOP17010634 Phone04/17/17 20:40 Domestic Disturbance 2017027467 Domestic Disturbance WCSOP17010705 91104/18/17 21:25 Domestic Disturbance 2017027784 Criminal Damage to Property WCSOP17010814 Phone04/28/17 23:13 Domestic Disturbance 2017030444 Domestic Disturbance WCSOP17011877 Phone

04/06/17 14:25 Drugs 2017024568 Drugs WCSOP17009479 Phone04/13/17 20:11 Drugs 2017026441 Drugs WCSOP17010274 Phone04/17/17 21:18 Drugs 2017027479 Suspicious - Person - Vehicle WCSOP17010710 Phone04/17/17 23:27 Drugs 2017027514 Drugs WCSOP17010716 911

04/14/17 20:59 Fight 2017026764 Disorderly WCSOP17010409 91104/27/17 22:36 Fight 2017030147 Fight WCSOP17011771 Phone

04/06/17 19:39 Fire - Gas Leak 2017024656 91104/21/17 22:43 Fire - Gas Leak 2017028657 Fire - Gas Leak WCSOP17011178 Phone

04/18/17 07:56 Fire - Other 2017027578 Fire - Other WCSOP17010735 91104/23/17 19:35 Fire - Other 2017029152 Explosion WCSOP17011382 911

04/08/17 23:15 Fireworks 2017025211 Fireworks WCSOP17009749 Phone04/15/17 20:43 Fireworks 2017026992 Fireworks WCSOP17010512 91104/21/17 21:22 Fireworks 2017028636 Fireworks WCSOP17011171 91104/22/17 20:59 Fireworks 2017028912 Fireworks WCSOP17011288 Phone

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Found Person Total: 2Incident Start Date/Time Initial Call CFS # Final Incident Case Number How

Reported

Fraud - Checks - Cards Total: 1Incident Start Date/Time Initial Call CFS # Final Incident Case Number How

Reported

Fraud - Internet Total: 1Incident Start Date/Time Initial Call CFS # Final Incident Case Number How

Reported

Gun Incident Total: 2Incident Start Date/Time Initial Call CFS # Final Incident Case Number How

Reported

Harassment Total: 2Incident Start Date/Time Initial Call CFS # Final Incident Case Number How

Reported

Hospice Death Total: 3Incident Start Date/Time Initial Call CFS # Final Incident Case Number How

Reported

Info Total: 2Incident Start Date/Time Initial Call CFS # Final Incident Case Number How

Reported

Intoxicated Person Total: 3Incident Start Date/Time Initial Call CFS # Final Incident Case Number How

Reported

Juvenile - Complaint Total: 4Incident Start Date/Time Initial Call CFS # Final Incident Case Number How

Reported

04/22/17 08:24 Found Person 2017028735 Found Person WCSOP17011210 Phone04/23/17 09:00 Found Person 2017029028 Found Person WCSOP17011335 Phone

04/30/17 16:58 Fraud - Checks - Cards;Dispatch - CAD

2017030900 Fraud - Checks - Cards WCSOP17012061 Phone

04/27/17 15:08 Fraud - Internet 2017030037 Fraud - Internet WCSOP17011734 Phone

04/06/17 19:20 Gun Incident 2017024651 Gun Incident WCSOP17009516 91104/08/17 21:20 Gun Incident 2017025177 Fireworks WCSOP17009735 911

04/05/17 14:42 Harassment 2017024289 Harassment WCSOP17009365 Phone04/21/17 10:09 Harassment 2017028426 Harassment WCSOP17011086 Phone

04/10/17 01:41 Hospice Death 2017025483 Phone04/14/17 21:09 Hospice Death 2017026770 Phone04/21/17 00:33 Hospice Death 2017028366 Phone

04/17/17 17:23 Info 2017027413 Phone04/27/17 16:24 Info 2017030055 Phone

04/11/17 20:32 Intoxicated Person 2017025929 Intoxicated Person WCSOP17010052 91104/19/17 14:34 Intoxicated Person 2017027948 Intoxicated Person WCSOP17010876 Phone04/27/17 18:35 Intoxicated Person 2017030088 Intoxicated Person WCSOP17011758 911

04/07/17 17:54 Juvenile - Complaint;Drugs

2017024902 Juvenile - Complaint WCSOP17009620 Phone

04/21/17 22:42 Juvenile - Complaint 2017028656 Unwanted Person WCSOP17011177 91104/26/17 16:36 Juvenile - Complaint 2017029788 Juvenile - Complaint WCSOP17011639 Phone

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Incident Start Date/Time Initial Call CFS # Final Incident Case Number HowReported

Juvenile - Runaway Total: 1Incident Start Date/Time Initial Call CFS # Final Incident Case Number How

Reported

Lost - Found Property Total: 3Incident Start Date/Time Initial Call CFS # Final Incident Case Number How

Reported

Medical - Breathing Problems Total: 2Incident Start Date/Time Initial Call CFS # Final Incident Case Number How

Reported

Medical - Chest Pain Total: 3Incident Start Date/Time Initial Call CFS # Final Incident Case Number How

Reported

Medical - Fall Under 6 Feet Total: 4Incident Start Date/Time Initial Call CFS # Final Incident Case Number How

Reported

Medical - Headache Total: 1Incident Start Date/Time Initial Call CFS # Final Incident Case Number How

Reported

Medical - Psychiatric - Behavioral Total: 3Incident Start Date/Time Initial Call CFS # Final Incident Case Number How

Reported

Medical - Sick Total: 4

04/26/17 21:26 Juvenile - Complaint 2017029874 Suspicious - Person - Vehicle WCSOP17011671 Phone

04/22/17 15:28 Juvenile - Runaway 2017028818 Phone

04/01/17 20:59 Lost - Found Property 2017023383 Lost - Found Property WCSOP17008994 91104/22/17 10:26 Lost - Found Property 2017028758 Lost - Found Property WCSOP1701122004/26/17 11:18 Lost - Found Property 2017029707 Lost - Found Property WCSOP17011605

04/13/17 14:14 Medical - BreathingProblems

2017026346 911

04/14/17 00:25 Medical - BreathingProblems

2017026496 Medical - Breathing Problems WCSOP17010289 911

04/10/17 16:22 Medical - Chest Pain 2017025620 Medical - Chest Pain WCSOP17009916 Phone04/19/17 08:55 Medical - Chest Pain 2017027879 Medical - Chest Pain WCSOP17010849 91104/21/17 06:59 Medical - Chest Pain 2017028394 Medical - Chest Pain WCSOP17011073 911

04/08/17 14:17 Medical - Fall Under 6 Feet 2017025087 Medical - Fall Under 6 Feet WCSOP17009694 Phone04/12/17 07:40 Medical - Fall Under 6 Feet 2017026014 Medical - Fall Under 6 Feet WCSOP17010087 Phone04/16/17 15:22 Medical - Fall Under 6 Feet 2017027152 Medical - Fall Under 6 Feet WCSOP17010575 Phone04/27/17 07:34 Medical - Fall Under 6

Feet; Fire - Other2017029932 Medical - Fall Under 6 Feet WCSOP17011686 Phone

04/11/17 21:13 Medical - Headache 2017025938 Medical - Headache WCSOP17010056 911

04/03/17 13:22 Medical - Psychiatric -Behavioral

2017023762 Medical - Psychiatric - Behavioral WCSOP17009164 Phone

04/11/17 12:42 Medical - Psychiatric -Behavioral

2017025800 Medical - Psychiatric - Behavioral WCSOSRO17009994 Phone

04/21/17 12:05 Medical - Psychiatric -Behavioral

2017028459 Suicidal - Attempt - Threat WCSOSRO17011099 Phone

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Incident Start Date/Time Initial Call CFS # Final Incident Case Number HowReported

Medical - Unconscious - Fainting Total: 2Incident Start Date/Time Initial Call CFS # Final Incident Case Number How

Reported

Missing Person Total: 2Incident Start Date/Time Initial Call CFS # Final Incident Case Number How

Reported

Motorist Aid Total: 2Incident Start Date/Time Initial Call CFS # Final Incident Case Number How

Reported

MVA - No Injuries Total: 6Incident Start Date/Time Initial Call CFS # Final Incident Case Number How

Reported

MVA - Unknown Injuries Total: 1Incident Start Date/Time Initial Call CFS # Final Incident Case Number How

Reported

Noise Total: 5Incident Start Date/Time Initial Call CFS # Final Incident Case Number How

Reported

Off-Road Vehicle Complaint Total: 1Incident Start Date/Time Initial Call CFS # Final Incident Case Number How

Reported

04/01/17 15:15 Medical - Sick 2017023303 Medical - Sick WCSOP17008961 91104/02/17 12:21 Medical - Sick 2017023526 Medical - Sick WCSOP17009056 91104/07/17 13:38 Medical - Sick 2017024827 Medical - Sick WCSOP17009580 91104/17/17 11:16 Medical - Sick 2017027321 Medical - Sick WCSOP17010641 911

04/14/17 21:41 Medical - Unconscious -Fainting

2017026776 Medical - Unconscious - Fainting WCSOP17010414 911

04/28/17 09:34 Medical - Unconscious -Fainting

2017030226 Medical - Unconscious - Fainting WCSOP17011803 911

04/19/17 18:04 Missing Person 2017028020 Juvenile - Complaint WCSOP17010904 Phone04/26/17 19:52 Missing Person 2017029846 Missing Person WCSOP17011662 Phone

04/12/17 12:53 Motorist Aid 2017026084 Motorist Aid WCSOP17010125 Officer04/25/17 18:15 Motorist Aid 2017029563

04/11/17 17:09 MVA - No Injuries 2017025879 MVA - No Injuries WCSOP1701002904/12/17 16:42 MVA - No Injuries 2017026146 MVA - No Injuries WCSOP1701015204/18/17 17:33 MVA - No Injuries 2017027718 MVA - No Injuries WCSOP1701078904/19/17 09:34 MVA - No Injuries 2017027887 MVA - No Injuries WCSOP1701085204/21/17 16:11 MVA - No Injuries 2017028543 MVA - No Injuries WCSOP17011128 91104/28/17 13:13 MVA - No Injuries 2017030280 MVA - No Injuries WCSOP17011817

04/26/17 04:50 MVA - Unknown Injuries 2017029642 Agency Assist WCSOP17011572 Phone

04/01/17 01:04 Noise 2017023139 Noise WCSOP1700890504/03/17 19:03 Noise 2017023849 Noise WCSOP1700919704/07/17 22:41 Noise 2017024967 Noise WCSOP1700964504/23/17 02:48 Noise 2017029003 Noise WCSOP1701132004/29/17 02:07 Noise 2017030487 Noise WCSOP17011896

04/08/17 20:02 Off-Road VehicleComplaint

2017025161 Off-Road Vehicle Complaint WCSOP17009729 911

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Parking Total: 3Incident Start Date/Time Initial Call CFS # Final Incident Case Number How

Reported

Phone Call Total: 1Incident Start Date/Time Initial Call CFS # Final Incident Case Number How

Reported

Residential Fire Alarm Total: 3Incident Start Date/Time Initial Call CFS # Final Incident Case Number How

Reported

Residential General Alarm Total: 4Incident Start Date/Time Initial Call CFS # Final Incident Case Number How

Reported

Sign - Light Repair Total: 1Incident Start Date/Time Initial Call CFS # Final Incident Case Number How

Reported

Stolen - Vehicle Total: 2Incident Start Date/Time Initial Call CFS # Final Incident Case Number How

Reported

Stoparm Violation Total: 2Incident Start Date/Time Initial Call CFS # Final Incident Case Number How

Reported

Suspicious - Circumstances Total: 7Incident Start Date/Time Initial Call CFS # Final Incident Case Number How

Reported

04/13/17 09:55 Parking 2017026277 Parking WCSOP1701020604/26/17 02:16 Parking 2017029640 Parking WCSOP1701157104/30/17 08:23 Parking 2017030800 Parking WCSOP17012018

04/17/17 19:47 Phone Call 2017027453 Other

04/01/17 22:51 Residential Fire Alarm 2017023418 Residential Fire Alarm WCSOP17009006 Phone04/14/17 04:45 Residential Fire Alarm 2017026517 Residential Fire Alarm WCSOP17010303 91104/25/17 23:08 Residential Fire Alarm 2017029618 Residential Fire Alarm WCSOP17011563 Phone

04/14/17 19:30 Residential General Alarm 2017026748 Residential General Alarm WCSOP17010403 Phone04/15/17 01:08 Residential General Alarm 2017026816 Residential General Alarm WCSOP17010429 Phone04/29/17 07:46 Residential General Alarm 2017030514 Residential General Alarm WCSOP17011907 Phone04/29/17 13:27 Residential General Alarm 2017030578 Residential General Alarm WCSOP17011930 Phone

04/24/17 18:09 Sign - Light Repair 2017029343 Phone

04/04/17 16:03 Stolen - Vehicle 2017024053 Civil Complaint WCSOP17009272 Phone04/05/17 21:01 Stolen - Vehicle 2017024403 Stolen - Vehicle WCSOP17009410 Phone

04/07/17 16:14 Stoparm Violation 2017024874 Stoparm Violation WCSOP17009604 Other04/25/17 09:02 Stoparm Violation 2017029459 Stoparm Violation WCSOP17011500 Other

04/04/17 12:01 Suspicious -Circumstances

2017023989 Phone

04/06/17 18:14 Suspicious -Circumstances

2017024639 Suspicious - Circumstances WCSOP17009513 Phone

04/14/17 07:17 Suspicious -Circumstances

2017026524 Suspicious - Circumstances WCSOP17010305

04/20/17 13:38 Suspicious -Circumstances

2017028198 Suspicious - Circumstances WCSOP17010996 Phone

04/23/17 18:21 Suspicious -Circumstances

2017029140 Suspicious - Circumstances WCSOP17011378 Phone

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Incident Start Date/Time Initial Call CFS # Final Incident Case Number HowReported

Suspicious - Person - Vehicle Total: 7Incident Start Date/Time Initial Call CFS # Final Incident Case Number How

Reported

Theft Total: 3Incident Start Date/Time Initial Call CFS # Final Incident Case Number How

Reported

Theft - From Vehicle Total: 6Incident Start Date/Time Initial Call CFS # Final Incident Case Number How

Reported

Theft - Gas Drive Off Total: 10Incident Start Date/Time Initial Call CFS # Final Incident Case Number How

Reported

Theft - Identity Theft Total: 1

04/24/17 18:39 Suspicious -Circumstances

2017029349 Suspicious - Circumstances WCSOP17011467 911

04/28/17 06:23 Suspicious -Circumstances

2017030198 Suspicious - Circumstances WCSOP17011790 911

04/06/17 18:13 Suspicious - Person -Vehicle

2017024638 Suspicious - Person - Vehicle WCSOP17009512 911

04/07/17 20:10 Suspicious - Person -Vehicle

2017024934 Suspicious - Person - Vehicle WCSOP17009638 Phone

04/10/17 12:20 Suspicious - Person -Vehicle

2017025559 Suspicious - Person - Vehicle WCSOP17009890 Phone

04/14/17 19:15 Suspicious - Person -Vehicle

2017026744 Suspicious - Person - Vehicle WCSOP17010402 Phone

04/18/17 20:52 Suspicious - Person -Vehicle

2017027774 Suspicious - Person - Vehicle WCSOP17010808 911

04/20/17 21:26 Suspicious - Person -Vehicle

2017028318 Suspicious - Person - Vehicle WCSOP17011047 Phone

04/23/17 11:57 Suspicious - Person -Vehicle

2017029056 Suspicious - Person - Vehicle WCSOP17011351 Phone

04/05/17 07:43 Theft 2017024212 Theft WCSOP17009336 Phone04/09/17 14:10 Theft 2017025354 Theft WCSOP17009803 Phone04/30/17 21:20 Theft 2017030952 Theft WCSOP17012079 Phone

04/02/17 13:20 Theft - From Vehicle 2017023536 Theft - From Vehicle WCSOP17009063 Phone04/02/17 14:53 Theft - From Vehicle 2017023552 Theft - From Vehicle WCSOP17009071 Phone04/06/17 07:19 Theft - From Vehicle 2017024466 Theft - From Vehicle WCSOP17009436 Phone04/20/17 07:11 Theft - From Vehicle 2017028127 Theft - From Vehicle WCSOP17010957 Phone04/20/17 07:49 Theft - From Vehicle 2017028132 Theft - From Vehicle WCSOP17010959 Phone04/20/17 08:21 Theft - From Vehicle 2017028138 Theft - From Vehicle WCSOP17010963 Phone

04/07/17 10:05 Theft - Gas Drive Off 2017024771 Theft - Gas Drive Off WCSOP17009556 91104/08/17 04:42 Theft - Gas Drive Off 2017025007 Theft - Gas Drive Off WCSOP17009659 91104/09/17 11:17 Theft - Gas Drive Off 2017025310 Theft - Gas Drive Off WCSOP17009785 91104/11/17 16:21 Theft - Gas Drive Off 2017025865 Theft - Gas Drive Off WCSOP17010020 91104/14/17 12:59 Theft - Gas Drive Off 2017026606 Theft - Gas Drive Off WCSOP17010337 91104/20/17 14:16 Theft - Gas Drive Off 2017028206 Theft - Gas Drive Off WCSOP17010998 91104/25/17 13:03 Theft - Gas Drive Off 2017029502 Theft - Gas Drive Off WCSOP17011520 91104/26/17 09:51 Theft - Gas Drive Off 2017029686 Theft - Gas Drive Off WCSOP17011597 91104/27/17 08:54 Theft - Gas Drive Off 2017029950 Theft - Gas Drive Off WCSOP17011694 91104/30/17 12:26 Theft - Gas Drive Off 2017030844 Theft - Gas Drive Off WCSOP17012035 911

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Incident Start Date/Time Initial Call CFS # Final Incident Case Number HowReported

Theft - Shoplifting Total: 4Incident Start Date/Time Initial Call CFS # Final Incident Case Number How

Reported

Threats Total: 1Incident Start Date/Time Initial Call CFS # Final Incident Case Number How

Reported

Traffic - Complaint Total: 9Incident Start Date/Time Initial Call CFS # Final Incident Case Number How

Reported

Traffic - Hazard Total: 1Incident Start Date/Time Initial Call CFS # Final Incident Case Number How

Reported

Traffic Stop Total: 119Incident Start Date/Time Initial Call CFS # Final Incident Case Number How

Reported

04/26/17 11:35 Theft - Identity Theft 2017029712 Theft - Identity Theft WCSOP17011609 Phone

04/10/17 18:46 Theft - Shoplifting 2017025657 Theft - Shoplifting WCSOP17009934 91104/15/17 15:04 Theft - Shoplifting 2017026911 Theft - Shoplifting WCSOP17010476 91104/15/17 16:40 Theft - Shoplifting 2017026929 Theft - Shoplifting WCSOP17010484 91104/20/17 12:47 Theft - Shoplifting 2017028188 Theft - Shoplifting WCSOP17010986 Phone

04/03/17 14:33 Threats 2017023777 Civil Complaint WCSOP17009171 Phone

04/06/17 15:45 Traffic - Complaint 2017024595 Traffic - Complaint WCSOP17009491 Phone04/06/17 16:42 Traffic - Complaint 2017024612 Traffic - Complaint WCSOP17009501 Phone04/15/17 11:13 Traffic - Complaint 2017026861 Traffic - Complaint WCSOP17010453 Phone04/15/17 19:03 Traffic - Complaint 2017026966 Traffic - Complaint WCSOP17010502 Phone04/17/17 17:49 Traffic - Complaint 2017027424 Traffic - Complaint WCSOP17010688 Phone04/19/17 22:15 Traffic - Complaint 2017028073 Traffic - Complaint WCSOP17010932 91104/21/17 16:06 Traffic - Complaint 2017028536 Traffic - Complaint WCSOP17011127 Phone04/23/17 17:37 Traffic - Complaint 2017029127 Traffic - Complaint WCSOP17011373 Phone04/30/17 19:52 Traffic - Complaint 2017030930 Traffic - Complaint WCSOP17012072 Phone

04/06/17 19:47 Traffic - Hazard 2017024659 Traffic - Hazard WCSOP17009522 911

04/01/17 22:21 Traffic Stop 2017023410 Officer04/02/17 17:33 Traffic Stop 2017023583 Officer04/02/17 19:19 Traffic Stop 2017023610 Officer04/02/17 22:09 Traffic Stop 2017023642 Officer04/02/17 22:22 Traffic Stop 2017023645 Officer04/03/17 15:47 Traffic Stop 2017023796 Officer04/03/17 16:32 Traffic Stop 2017023810 Officer04/03/17 21:49 Traffic Stop 2017023884 Traffic Stop WCSOP17009211 Officer04/04/17 04:31 Traffic Stop 2017023918 Officer04/04/17 15:47 Traffic Stop 2017024049 Officer04/04/17 15:54 Traffic Stop 2017024051 Officer04/04/17 16:56 Traffic Stop 2017024066 Officer04/04/17 22:19 Traffic Stop 2017024148 Officer04/05/17 10:29 Traffic Stop 2017024248 Officer04/05/17 19:30 Traffic Stop 2017024378 Officer04/05/17 21:16 Traffic Stop 2017024407 Officer04/05/17 23:52 Traffic Stop 2017024433 Officer04/06/17 02:02 Traffic Stop 2017024448 Officer04/06/17 06:07 Traffic Stop 2017024459 Officer04/06/17 10:37 Traffic Stop 2017024512 Officer

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Incident Start Date/Time Initial Call CFS # Final Incident Case Number HowReported

04/06/17 14:40 Traffic Stop 2017024576 Officer

04/06/17 15:49 Traffic Stop 2017024598 Officer04/06/17 17:49 Traffic Stop 2017024632 Officer04/06/17 22:33 Traffic Stop 2017024687 Officer04/06/17 23:00 Traffic Stop 201702469004/06/17 23:20 Traffic Stop 2017024692 Officer04/07/17 02:22 Traffic Stop 2017024711 Officer04/08/17 08:51 Traffic Stop 2017025022 Officer04/08/17 11:07 Traffic Stop 2017025049 Officer04/08/17 12:49 Traffic Stop 2017025069 Traffic Stop WCSOP17009684 Officer04/08/17 14:17 Traffic Stop 2017025088 Officer04/08/17 14:38 Traffic Stop 2017025091 Officer04/09/17 00:10 Traffic Stop 2017025225 Officer04/09/17 00:41 Traffic Stop 2017025230 Officer04/09/17 04:42 Traffic Stop 2017025265 Officer04/09/17 17:58 Traffic Stop 2017025400 Officer04/09/17 18:15 Traffic Stop 2017025403 Officer04/10/17 02:59 Traffic Stop 2017025489 Officer04/10/17 20:11 Traffic Stop 2017025672 Officer04/11/17 04:15 Traffic Stop 2017025721 Officer04/11/17 07:26 Traffic Stop 2017025735 Traffic Stop WCSOP17009965 Officer04/11/17 19:07 Traffic Stop 2017025908 Officer04/11/17 19:19 Traffic Stop 2017025912 Officer04/12/17 11:00 Traffic Stop 2017026051 Officer04/12/17 11:17 Traffic Stop 2017026060 Officer04/13/17 02:17 Traffic Stop 2017026222 Officer04/13/17 02:34 Traffic Stop 2017026223 Officer04/13/17 05:10 Traffic Stop 2017026231 Officer04/13/17 07:11 Traffic Stop 2017026240 Officer04/13/17 11:16 Traffic Stop 2017026301 Officer04/13/17 11:23 Traffic Stop 2017026305 Officer04/13/17 13:05 Traffic Stop 2017026329 Traffic Stop WCSOP17010226 Officer04/13/17 13:23 Traffic Stop 2017026334 Officer04/13/17 13:47 Traffic Stop 2017026341 Officer04/13/17 14:56 Traffic Stop 2017026353 Traffic Stop WCSOP17010235 Officer04/13/17 16:29 Traffic Stop 2017026381 Officer04/13/17 16:58 Traffic Stop 2017026394 Traffic Stop WCSOP17010249 Officer04/13/17 17:29 Traffic Stop 2017026405 Officer04/13/17 17:47 Traffic Stop 2017026415 Officer04/14/17 09:42 Traffic Stop 2017026551 Officer04/14/17 10:01 Traffic Stop 2017026555 Officer04/14/17 16:33 Traffic Stop 2017026676 Traffic Stop WCSOP17010372 Officer04/14/17 16:52 Traffic Stop 2017026688 Traffic Stop WCSOP17010378 Officer04/14/17 16:59 Traffic Stop 2017026690 Traffic Stop WCSOP17010379 Officer04/14/17 18:03 Traffic Stop 2017026721 Traffic Stop WCSOP17010392 Officer04/14/17 18:25 Traffic Stop 2017026729 Officer04/15/17 02:04 Traffic Stop 2017026823 Officer04/15/17 13:54 Traffic Stop 2017026893 Officer04/15/17 21:36 Traffic Stop 2017027013 Officer04/16/17 01:36 Traffic Stop 2017027061 Officer04/16/17 13:57 Traffic Stop 2017027134 Officer04/17/17 16:12 Traffic Stop 2017027396 Officer04/17/17 19:17 Traffic Stop 2017027449 Officer04/18/17 17:52 Traffic Stop 2017027726 Officer04/18/17 18:16 Traffic Stop 2017027735 Traffic Stop WCSOP17010798 Officer04/18/17 20:44 Traffic Stop 2017027770 Traffic Stop WCSOP17010807 Officer04/18/17 21:33 Traffic Stop 2017027786 Officer04/18/17 22:17 Traffic Stop 2017027801 Officer

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Incident Start Date/Time Initial Call CFS # Final Incident Case Number HowReported

Trespass Total: 1Incident Start Date/Time Initial Call CFS # Final Incident Case Number How

Reported

Warrant - Arrest Total: 2Incident Start Date/Time Initial Call CFS # Final Incident Case Number How

Reported

Warrant - Attempt Total: 2

04/19/17 08:58 Traffic Stop 2017027880 Officer04/19/17 16:33 Traffic Stop 2017027986 Officer04/20/17 16:17 Traffic Stop 2017028231 Officer04/20/17 17:05 Traffic Stop 2017028243 Officer

04/20/17 17:40 Traffic Stop 2017028253 Officer04/20/17 23:19 Traffic Stop 2017028346 Officer04/21/17 05:46 Traffic Stop 2017028385 Traffic Stop WCSOP17011070 Officer04/21/17 09:27 Traffic Stop 2017028416 Officer04/21/17 17:45 Traffic Stop 2017028571 Traffic Stop WCSOP17011146 Officer04/21/17 21:08 Traffic Stop 2017028633 Officer04/22/17 16:30 Traffic Stop 2017028835 Traffic Stop WCSOP17011258 Officer04/23/17 17:33 Traffic Stop 2017029126 Traffic Stop WCSOP17011372 Officer04/25/17 07:01 Traffic Stop 2017029444 Officer04/25/17 14:16 Traffic Stop 2017029519 Officer04/25/17 15:14 Traffic Stop 2017029527 Traffic Stop WCSOP17011534 Officer04/25/17 16:18 Traffic Stop 2017029540 Officer04/25/17 16:24 Traffic Stop 2017029541 Officer04/25/17 19:07 Traffic Stop 2017029570 Officer04/25/17 21:18 Traffic Stop 2017029599 Officer04/25/17 21:44 Traffic Stop 2017029603 Officer04/26/17 14:04 Traffic Stop 2017029741 Officer04/26/17 15:16 Traffic Stop 2017029759 Officer04/26/17 15:26 Traffic Stop 2017029763 Officer04/26/17 21:48 Traffic Stop 2017029880 Traffic Stop WCSOP17011674 Officer04/26/17 23:38 Traffic Stop 201702990004/26/17 23:49 Traffic Stop 2017029905 Officer04/27/17 17:18 Traffic Stop 2017030066 Traffic Stop WCSOP17011749 Officer04/27/17 21:31 Traffic Stop 2017030133 Officer04/27/17 21:40 Traffic Stop 2017030137 Officer04/27/17 21:47 Traffic Stop 2017030138 Officer04/28/17 06:38 Traffic Stop 2017030203 Officer04/28/17 16:52 Traffic Stop 2017030346 Officer04/28/17 20:55 Traffic Stop 2017030409 Officer04/28/17 21:53 Traffic Stop 2017030424 Officer04/29/17 20:06 Traffic Stop 2017030667 Officer04/29/17 20:31 Traffic Stop ; Dispatch -

CAD2017030677 Officer

04/29/17 21:28 Traffic Stop 2017030704 Officer04/29/17 23:51 Traffic Stop 2017030747 Officer04/30/17 00:05 Traffic Stop 2017030755 Officer04/30/17 16:50 Traffic Stop 2017030899 Officer04/30/17 17:56 Traffic Stop 2017030908 Officer

04/05/17 15:23 Trespass 2017024300 Trespass WCSOP17009369 Phone

04/01/17 07:36 Warrant - Arrest 2017023168 Warrant - Arrest WCSOP17008917 Officer04/10/17 17:47 Warrant - Arrest 2017025641 Warrant - Arrest WCSOP17009929 Officer

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Incident Start Date/Time Initial Call CFS # Final Incident Case Number HowReported

Total Records: 360

04/01/17 15:11 Warrant - Attempt 2017023302 Warrant - Arrest WCSOP17008967 Officer

04/29/17 15:26 Warrant - Attempt 2017030600

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