LMCD Regular Board Meeting Agenda and Packet (7:00 p.m.)

LAKE MINNETONKA CONSERVATION DISTRICT
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
AGENDA
7:00 PM, Wednesday, January 28, 2015
Wayzata City Hall
1.
CALL TO ORDER
2.
ROLL CALL
3.
APPROVAL OF AGENDA
4.
CHAIR ANNOUNCEMENTS, Chair Baasen
5.
APPROVAL OF MINUTES- 1/14/15 LMCD Regular Board Meeting
6.
APPROVAL OF CONSENT AGENDA
A) Audit of vouchers (1/16/15 - 1/31/15)
B) December financial summary and balance sheet
C) Save the Lake, approval of 2015 Save the Lake Funding Proposals, as outlined in 1/22/15 memo
7.
PUBLIC COMMENTS- Persons in attendance, subjects not on the agenda (limited to 5 minutes)
8.
PUBLIC HEARINGS- None
9.
OTHER BUSINESS
A) Public Safety Committee, committee update on petition for Quiet Water Area for the north-south
channel between Shadywood Point and west end of Deering Island
B) MN DNR, 2015 Watercraft Inspections Grant Application Administered by Local Government
Units
C) Staff update on Board member terms that expire in January
D) Nominating committee recommendations for 2015 LMCD Board Officers
E) LMCD Resolution 139, draft resolution designating appointments for 2015
F) Staff update on 2014-2015 de-icing inspections
G) Discussion of process for annual performance review of LMCD Executive Director
10.
UPDATE FROM STANDING LMCD COMMITEES
11.
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR REPORT
12.
OLD BUSINESS
13.
NEW BUSINESS
14.
ADJOURNMENT
ITEM
5
LAKE MINNETONKA CONSERVATION DISTRICT
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
7:00 P.M., Wednesday, January 14, 2015
Wayzata City Hall
1. CALL TO ORDER
Baasen called the meeting to order at 7:02 p.m.
2. ROLL CALL
Members present: Dan Baasen, Wayzata; Jay Green, Mound; Gary Hughes, Spring Park; Jennifer Caron,
Excelsior; Ann Hoelscher, Victoria; Gabriel Jabbour, Orono; Chris Jewett, Deephaven; Dave Lang,
Minnetrista; Fred Meyer, Woodland; Rob Roy, Greenwood; Sue Shuff, Minnetonka; Gregg Thomas, Tonka
Bay; and Deborah Zorn, Shorewood. Also present: Charlie LeFevere, LMCD Counsel; Greg Nybeck,
Executive Director; Judd Harper, Administrative Technician; and Emily Herman, Administrative Assistant.
Members absent: Dennis Klohs, Minnetonka Beach
3. APPROVAL OF AGENDA
MOTION: Green moved, Shuff seconded to approve the agenda as submitted.
VOTE:
Motion carried unanimously.
4. CHAIR ANNOUNCEMENTS, Chair Baasen
Baasen made the following announcements:
• A Board Workshop has been scheduled for 5:30 p.m. on January 28th at Wayzata City Hall (just prior
to the Regular Board meeting). He stated the purpose of this workshop is to hold the annual LMCD
and Hennepin County Sheriff’s Office meeting.
• He thanked the following representatives for their participation in the January 10th Board Workshop
relative to updating the LMCD’s Strategic Plan: 1) the Board for their attendance, 2) Tom Skramstad
for his efforts in leading the workshop (acknowledging his expertise in facilitating the meeting), and
3) Board members Jewett and Zorn for their pre-planning efforts. Additionally, he directed the Board
to three documents offered within their handout folders relative to the workshop discussion (LMCD’s
adopted Personnel Policy and Bylaws, as well as a 2005 draft document on LMCD’s Board member
and Officers expectations).
• He recognized former Board Member Keith Kask for his service on the LMCD Board. He presented
Kask with a service gift while offering that he served on the LMCD Board from 2009 to 2013. He
currently serves on the LMCD’s Public Safety Committee, the Deephaven City Council (since 2005),
and the Minnetonka Power Squadron (offering assistance to the LMCD’s Boater Safety Education
Program). Additionally, he formerly served on the Deephaven Planning Commission from 1983 –
2004.
Kask stated that he plans to continue his community service. He thanked the Board for not only this
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recognition but also their service to the LMCD. He believed the LMCD was a great organization in
which he enjoyed serving on.
•
The City of Orono had recently appointed Gabriel Jabbour to the Board. Baasen welcomed Jabbour
and asked LeFevere to administer the Oath of Office, in which he did. He welcomed Jabbour who
was then seated as a member of the Board.
5. APPROVAL OF MINUTES- 12/10/14 LMCD Regular Board Meeting
12/10/14 LMCD Board Workshop
Zorn directed the Board to the first bullet point on page 13. She requested that the LMCD not only establish
the watercraft value as previously documented but also its operational costs (i.e., maintenance, storage, etc.).
Thomas referenced the same sentence and asked that the word “LMCD’s” be placed in front of “watercraft
value.” The final sentence would read, “Zorn expressed an interest in further documenting the prosecution
costs, as well as establishing the LMCD’s watercraft value and operational costs (i.e., maintenance, storage,
etc.). Additionally, staff provided a brief overview of its usage.”
MOTION: Green moved, Shuff seconded to approve the minutes of the 12/10/14 LMCD Regular Board
Meeting as amended, making the changes noted above.
VOTE:
Ayes (12), Abstained (1, Jabbour); motion carried.
MOTION: Thomas moved, Green seconded to approve the minutes of the 12/10/14 LMCD Board Workshop
as submitted.
VOTE:
Ayes (12), Abstained (1, Jabbour); motion carried.
6. APPROVAL OF CONSENT AGENDA
Nybeck directed the Board to an amended Audit of vouchers (1/1/15 – 1/15/15) within their handout folders. He
outlined the following: 1) check #20510 in the amount of $73.60 to reimburse Zorn for the refreshments served at
the 1/10/15 workshop, 2) check #20511 in the amount of $156.33 to Health Partners (providing for the need to
submit a paper check for the months of January and February to accommodate the recent transfer to another
banking depository), 3) check #20512 in the amount of $140.35 to Press Perfect Printing and Graphics for the
copying of the 1/10/15 workshop packet materials, and 4) check #20513 in the amount of $96.39 to FrancotypPostalia, Inc. to correct a minimal numerical error (voiding previously printed check #20501). He recommended the
approval of item 6A reference the amended document.
Green moved, Shuff seconded to approve the consent agenda as amended, making the change noted above.
Motion carried unanimously. Items so approved included: 6A) Audit of vouchers (12/11/14 – 12/31/14) and (1/1/15
– 1/15/15); 6B) November financial summary and balance sheet; 6C) Approval of 2015 LMCD Meeting Calendar;
and 6D) Variance Deposits, staff recommends Board approval of partial reimbursement of variance deposits as
outlined in 1/6/15 staff memo.
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7. PUBLIC COMMENTS- Persons in attendance, subjects not on the agenda (limited to 5 minutes)
There were no public comments.
8. PUBLIC HEARINGS
There were no public hearings.
9. OTHER BUSINESS
A. Wayzata Yacht Club (Site 1), 2015 new multiple dock license (with minor change) application
Baasen asked Harper for an overview of this agenda item.
Harper stated that Jonathan McDonagh, representing Wayzata Yacht Club (WYC), has submitted a
reconfiguration of non-conforming multiple dock license (minor change) application for Site 1. The site is
considered legal, non-conforming with a boat storage unit (BSU) density of approximately 1:4’. The
applicant proposes to reconfigure one of the three existing permanent docks, BSUs 77-108, on the west
side of the facility. Specifically, the applicant would reconstruct the existing BSUs with consistent 28 foot
dock fingers that would extend all the way to the dolphin poles (currently varying from 28 feet to 31 feet,
with dolphin poles). He provided a detailed overview of applicable LMCD Code Sections 2.015, Subd. 3
and 2.015, Subd. 4b. Although the proposed application met the requirements to approve this at staff
level, the Executive Director wanted the Board to review the application and allow the City of Wayzata
(city) time to provide comments on the proposed changes. The city reviewed the proposal at their
January 6th Council meeting, in which city planner Brian Gaddow communicated that the city does not
have an issue with the request based on their understanding that the same boats that are presently
stored within the existing dock will be stored at the new dock. A January 8th letter relative to those
comments was provided within the Board packet. Staff recommended approval of the application for the
2015 season, subject to the following four conditions: 1) watercraft stored in BSU’s 93-95 must be fully
contained within the dock structure to meet a 28 foot setback, 2) all remaining BSUs must comply with a
four foot overhang restriction for watercraft stored within them, 3) all watercraft must be stored within
authorized BSUs, and 4) a revised site plan must be provided documenting the lengths of BSUs 1-76. He
entertained questions and comments from the Board.
Jewett questioned whether some of the current watercraft stored was greater than 28 feet in length.
Harper confirmed that some of the watercraft could be longer than 28 feet because the current slip length
ranged from 28 feet to 31 feet (with a four foot overhang allowance).
Baasen asked if the proposed docks would be constructed out to the dolphin poles.
Harper stated that the docks would be constructed out to the dolphin poles; however, a number of BSUs
would be reduced in length because the proposal is for all of them to be 28 feet in length.
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Baasen directed the Board to the City of Wayzata’s letter within the packet, dated 1/8/15, in which he
believed the city understood that the approval would not provide for the extension of dock structures
which would, in turn, provide for larger boats and more parking needs.
Harper believed the city documented that the watercraft stored at Dock “D,” site 1 would not provide for
larger boats. He further stated: 1) the applicant was extending the dock structures up to the spud poles
and 2) that conditions offered would require the watercraft to be fully contained within some of the BSUs
while the remaining would have a four foot overhang restriction. However, all BSUs would be constructed
to 28 feet in length.
Jewett compared the currently approved site plan in which the applicant has a 31 foot long BSU with a
four foot overhang allowance (providing for up to 35 feet in length) vs. the proposed application bringing
them all in at 28 feet with a four foot overhang restriction (maximum 32 foot extension). He
recommended the applicant speak to BSU 96 and whether that four foot overhang allowance could meet
setback requirements or should a fully contained restriction be imposed on that BSU.
Green asked if the dolphin poles were being replaced, in which Baasen invited the applicant to address
the Board.
Mr. Jonathan McDonagh, WYC Rear Commodore, confirmed that all the dolphin poles were being
replaced, as well as the existing BSUs with new dock structures (extending the fingers out to the dolphin
poles). All BSUs will be 28 feet in length and that the same boats are going back in to their respective
slips.
Baasen referenced the city’s letter and specifically read the numbered considerations under paragraph
two. He asked if the proposed application would: 1) be accommodating larger boats, 2) that consideration
number two remained consistent with the WYC’s intensions, and 3) that they were on the same page for
consideration number three. He informed the Board that the city approved such at a recent city council
meeting.
McDonagh confirmed that: 1) the proposed application would not accommodate larger boats, 2) the
consideration of number two remained consistent with their intensions, and 3) they were on the same
page as offered in consideration number three. For the record, he documented that the city did not
approve or disapprove consideration of this application but that, per the requirements of the 2012
approved Planned Unit Development (PUD) application, the WYC was required to go before the Council
for their written comments to the LMCD Board, in which they did.
Jewett questioned whether the watercraft in BSU 96 could meet setback requirements with its ability to
have a four foot overhang.
McDonagh stated that he could not confirm that question and would look into it.
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MOTION:
Jewett moved, Zorn seconded to approve the 2015 WYC (Site 1) Reconfiguration of
Non-Conforming Multiple Dock License (Minor Change) Application subject to: 1) staff’s
recommended conditions and 2) confirmation that BSU 96 could meet the side setback
requirements with the four foot overhang allowance (if not, to adjust the condition
appropriately).
VOTE:
Ayes (11); Abstained (2, Jabbour and Meyer); motion carried.
B. 2014 Lake Minnetonka Watercraft Inspection Report
Baasen asked Nybeck for an overview of this agenda item.
Nybeck offered the following comments:
• The 2014 Lake Minnetonka Watercraft Inspection Program was coordinated by the LMCD. The
primary goals were to inspect incoming and outgoing watercraft and trailers (offering an
educational component to both inspections). Partnering agencies included the Minnehaha Creek
Watershed District (MCWD), Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (MN DNR), and the
Three Rivers Park District (TRPD).
• The methodology provided for the coverage of nine of the 11 public accesses. The two accesses
not covered were located on Phelps Bay in Minnetrista (four designated car/trailer spaces) and
Echo Bay in Tonka Bay (no on-street is allowed east of County Road 19).
• The following details the components of the program:
LMCD
Entered into an approved Delegation Agreement with the MN DNR, which allowed the LMCD to
contract with Volt Workforce Solutions (Volt) for 2,396 hours of MN DNR trained Level 1
inspections (including 100 hours of training).
Coverage provided for Friday (11 a.m. to 7 p.m.) and Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays (6 a.m.
to 6 p.m.); starting Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day.
Public accesses included Carsons, Halstead, Cooks, and Wayzata Bays (Deephaven,
Minnetrista, Mound, and Wayzata, respectively).
The LMCD expended a total of $31,223 (1,939 inspection hours) to Volt; $2,007 to the project
coordinator; and $2,333 for the purchase of electronic tablets and accessories.
MN DNR
Level 1 and 2 inspections were conducted at no cost to the Lake Minnetonka community. Those
inspectors provide the following: 1) inspect for plants, other aquatic invasive species (AIS) and
water, 2) notify licensed peace officers with alleged AIS violations, 3) deny a launch or use when
appropriate, and 4) require actions for problematic watercraft (remove plants and other AIS, as
well as drain water). Two additional authorities offered by Level 2 inspectors include: 1) may
visually inspect the inside and outside of a watercraft and 2) may conduct decontamination efforts
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when deemed necessary and appropriate. Both level of inspectors generally focused on Grays,
Maxwell, North Arm, and Spring Park public accesses during peak times; covering the majority of
other public access during non-peak times. He provided an overview of the total inspection hours
(based on inspector level) for each access via a chart within the draft report.
TRPD
The TRPD provided an in-kind contribution to this program through gate attendants inspecting
incoming watercraft/trailers (with an educational component) at the Lake Minnetonka Regional
Park. Weekends were covered prior to the Memorial Day with additional inspections from 9 a.m.
to 5 p.m., seven days a week through Labor Day. Staff estimated 1,000 hours of inspections
were offered and recognized this partnership worked well.
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He highlighted the following funding sources: 1) MCWD- $23,979 or 50% of project costs,
whichever is less. He anticipated that funding to total $17,724.84, in which staff will submit that
request after the approval of the draft report; 2) MN DNR- $4,000, which has been received;
3) LMCD- , $13,724.84, which is the balance of expenses; and 4) TRPD- in-kind services.
He turned the overview of inspection results over to Vice Chair Green.
Green provided an overview of the inspection results based off of the respective charts offered within the
draft report: Total Inspections (MN DNR and LMCD) and Inbound and Outbound Watercraft Inspections
(LMCD and MN DNR). His comments were as follows:
• Cooks and Carsons Bay maintained the bulk of the inspections per hour (about 2.5 inspections
per hour) vs. fewer inspections per hour at Halstead and Wayzata Bays. He stated that the
statistics help adjust the inspection hours (providing for more bang per buck). He further stated
that two and one-half inspections per hour were about average; acknowledging that many
organizations shoot for less (over the course of an entire week).
• For inbound inspections, he noted a slightly lower violation rate for drain plug being in on arrival
(5% to 5.5% this year vs. 6% to 7% last year). Additionally, he wanted to point out the number of
launches that were denied on Lake Minnetonka due to violations. He further documented 81 of
those were specifically from the LMCD’s four covered accesses based on their need to have the
watercraft decontaminated or that they had water within.
• For outbound inspections, he noted that those respective violations are shared with law
enforcement. He could not confirm what law enforcement did with the information offered. He
stated that “Same Lake Users” were about 70%, which was consistent with last year’s statistics.
Additionally, those that remained on the Lake less than 24 hours ranged from 90% to 98%
(recognizing there are a small percentage of people that refuse to answer that question).
Jabbour stated an efficiency comparison was done for the City of Orono as compared to state-wide. He
believed it was difficult to compare the metro with other areas of the state based on the difference in pay
scales and expenses. Therefore, he recognized the difficulty in looking at Lake Minnetonka’s inspection
rate per hour as compared to other lakes in which they may not see a boat the whole day (offering it as
false standards).
Green directed the Board to the Inbound Watercraft Inspections chart; specifically the 13,742 watercraft
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owners who stated their last body of water was Lake Minnetonka (10.98%). He stated that many
comment in such a way so that they do not have to deal with additional survey questions.
Nybeck proceeded to summarize the program via the following comments:
• Inspections have been coordinated since early 2000’s, in which the inspection hours have
become more comprehensive. Partnerships that have been established with the MCWD, MN
DNR, and TRPD have remained consistent.
• Program challenges included: 1) Volt staffing levels (early and late season openings), 2) high
turnover rates of Volt watercraft inspectors, 3) reduced quality of watercraft inspection protocol
with some inspectors, 4) reduced number of car/trailer launches through public accesses
(recognizing the high Lake levels from May 13th to August 3rd), and 5) inspectors did not fully
hand out educational brochures at Cooks Bay due to either lack of knowledge or availability of
supply.
• He believed that inspections should continue for both incoming and outgoing watercraft in 2015.
However, he recommended that the Board consider LMCD’s future role in this program, as well
as how the inspections should be coordinated. Two possible options included: 1) the LMCD
continuing to take the lead as project manager via a) seasonal employees or another public
agency or b) consider alternative employee sources outside of the private sector which would
improve consistency of watercraft inspection protocol (recommended) or 2) another public
agency take the lead (recognizing the LMCD’s primary goal to prevent zebra mussels into the
Lake) and LMCD could provide them grant funding.
• He recommended the Board approve the draft report, as written or amended, so that staff could
submit such to the MN DNR and MCWD (which is needed to secure the above noted funding
from the MCWD).
MOTION:
Lang moved, Hughes seconded to approve the draft 2014 Lake Minnetonka Watercraft
Inspection Program Summary Report as submitted.
VOTE:
Motion carried unanimously
Jewett asked when the Board would need to decide on the LMCD’s future role for this program.
Nybeck recommended sooner than later. He pointed out that the 2015 MN DNR grant application would
be due shortly (recognizing the LMCD would submit the application with the option to withdrawal at a later
date).
Green stated that the decision should be made within 30 days.
Baasen stated that he believed the AIS Task Force would review the options offered above, which will be
brought back to the Board for consideration.
10. UPDATE FROM STANDING LMCD COMMITTEES
Baasen asked if the committee chairs had anything to report.
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Hughes stated the Public Safety Committee will be meeting on January 21st (3:00 p.m. at the Hennepin
County Sheriff’s Water Patrol office). The committee will further study the petition for a Quiet Water Area at
the north-south channel between Shadywood Point and the west end of Deering Island.
Jabbour stated that he has worked with the Water Patrol for the past 35 years, in which he had previously
communicated to some members of the LMCD his concerns with the level of coverage offered on the Lake.
Based on his relationship with the Hennepin County Sheriff’s Office, he believed it would be extremely
beneficial for this Board and the LMCD to reschedule the January 28th Board Workshop (outlined under Chair
Announcements) so that he could attend and participate in the discussion. He stated that he would be in Las
Vegas on January 27th and 28th for an AIS Summit relative to design and construction of boats in
consideration of AIS. He further requested that the meeting be set forth in some dialog other than just being
announced. In an unrelated manner, he requested the Board consider changing the agenda to add both new
and old business so that matters such as his comments above could fall within such an area of the agenda.
Hughes questioned Jabbour’s schedule for the January 21st Public Safety Committee meeting, in which
Jabbour confirmed he did not have concerns with that meeting going forward as scheduled.
Baasen stated the Executive Committee met on January 8th to discuss: 1) preparations for the January 10th
workshop and 2) continue discussions on possible code amendments with representatives from the
Minnetonka and Wayzata Yacht Clubs. The latter discussion will continue once the representatives of both
clubs work to establish consistent proposed changes.
Jewett stated the yacht clubs are working to present a unified document (or as close to as possible).
Baasen stated the Save the Lake Committee met on January 6th, in which they had discussed:
• The following three 2015 Save the Lake request for funding proposals: 1) Hennepin County
Environmental Services (HCES) for partial funding, $12,300, 1/3 of the estimated costs, of an
electronic message sign. He stated this would be located at the Spring Park public access and
provide for greater communication to the Lake users (referencing the Strategic Plan). The committee
has asked HCES to clarify the partnering agencies within this proposal, 2) Mound Fire Department for
a matching grant relative to public safety equipment, and 3) Hennepin County Sheriff’s Office for
additional staff coverage on the Lake, $5,200 (pending further clarification).
• The annual banquet has been moved from the second week in February to the third Thursday in
March (March 19th) for the purpose of making changes to the banquet activities (i.e., auction). In an
effort to make these changes, he requested the Board approve up to $5,000 in preparations costs
(one of which it to offer a more formal invitation).
MOTION: Thomas moved, Shuff seconded to approve up to $5,000 of Save the Lake funds via the
established purchasing policies for 2015 Save the Lake Banquet preparations.
VOTE:
Motion carried unanimously.
Baasen stated that the Personnel Committee would be working on the completion of Nybeck’s annual
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performance review (as well as meeting with staff for an LMCD operations overview).
Green stated the AIS Task Force will be meeting on February 13th at the LMCD office. Additionally, there was
a West Metro AIS Committee meeting on January 9th.
Nybeck stated the West Metro AIS Committee meeting was well attended (estimated 15 representatives);
providing for constructive informational sharing. Discussion included: 1) 2015 AIS prevention and
management programs, 2) possible submittal of an Initiative Fund Grant on a regional basis, and 3) other
avenues in staffing watercraft inspections (some of which previously utilized the private sector and/or Volt).
Green reviewed the Initiative Foundation grant submittal dates. He stated that he and Jabbour will be
attending the AIS Summit in St. Cloud on January 20th and 21st (acknowledging that Jabbour will be a
speaker, as well).
Baasen stated the Save the Lake Committee has set the first Boater Safety Education Program date for
Saturday, March 14th (targeting a location at the Westonka School District). Two additional courses are
planned for June (dates to be determined).
Jabbour elaborated further on the Initiative Foundation, which is the vetting body for Lessard Sams funding
requests. The Foundation reviewed eight proposals this date, of which three will be recommended for
approval. He believed the LMCD, as a local agency, should think about individuals in the community that
could apply for these grants (which is heavily weighted on innovation). He further believed there will be
substantially more demand for the $4,000,000 in funds that are currently available. To this end, the Initiative
Foundation is one of the sponsoring agencies for the AIS Summit that Green spoke of.
11. EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR REPORT
Nybeck stated that he would respond to questions of the written Executive Director report, in which there were
none.
12. PENDING LITIGATION- Matt Johnson, et. al vs. LMCD
LeFevere stated the LMCD has been served with a petition for writ of certiorari to the Minnesota Court of
Appeals relative to the Board’s October 8th approval of the Browns Bay Marina (Site 2) 2014 multiple dock
license and variance applications (acknowledging that EOF Investments owns this marina). Staff forwarded
this to the League of Minnesota Cities Insurance Trust who appointed George Hoff of Hoff, Barry, and Kozar,
P.A. to represent the LMCD (offering that he had done so in other cases). Mr. Hoff was in attendance to
address the Board and he recommended that the LMCD go into closed session to further discuss the pending
litigation (as an exception to the Open Meeting law). He stated that if the Board concurred with this
recommendation, a formal motion and approval by the majority of the Board would be required. Since no
formal action was being considered this date, he stated that the Board could notify the public that they would
be adjourning from that meeting (providing for that section to be non-televised).
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MOTION: Jewett moved, Thomas seconded to: 1) go into closed session at 8:05 p.m. to discuss
pending litigation as allowed by Open Meeting law and 2) adjourn the meeting upon completion
of the closed session.
Jabbour stated that he would recuse himself based on his prior participation in a presentation on this matter to
the City of Orono.
VOTE:
Ayes (12), Abstained (1, Jabbour); motion carried.
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LMCD MONTHLY CASH FLOW CHART
DECEMBER, 2014
Administration
2OL4 Genera I Revenue/Expense
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s70,000
s60,000
550,000
$40,000
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As of December 31, 2014
Cash Basis
Dec 31, 14
ASSETS
Current Assets
Checklng/Savlngs
Beacon Checklng
1024M10 . Beacon Checklng - Gen
33,919.00
1024M20. Beacon Checklng - STL
1024M30 . Beacon Ghecklng - EWM
7,776.50
1,675.00
Total Beacon Checklng
USB Checklng/4M Sweep
1025Mt0 ' USB Checktng/4M
1025M20 . USB Checktng/4M
1025M30 . USB Checklng/4M
1025M50 . USB Checking/4il
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Sweep-EqutRepl
Total USB Checklng/4M Sweep
1 070M1 0 . Savlng/4MPlug.General
1086M10 . Beacon Bank - GD's
1090M10 ' Beacon Bank. Savlngs
Total Ghecklng/Savlngs
Total Current Assets
TOTAL ASSETS
LIABILITIES & EQUIW
-216,304.19
206,802.36
90,293.16
42,327.32
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218,477.40
20'l ,057.57
65,592.29
651 ,016.40
651,616,40
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Lake Minnetonka Conservation District
01122J15
Administrative Profit & Loss Budget vs. Actual
Accrual Basls
January through December 2014
Jan - Dec
14
Budget
$
Over
Bu...
% of Budget
Ordlnary Income/Expense
Income
3000M10 . LT Disablllty Excess Funds
3020M10 . Munlcipal Dues - Admin.
3080M10' Interest - Admln.
3110M10 . Multlple/Perm. Dock Ltc -Admin.
3120M10 ' DltlA llcense - Admln.
3130M10 . Delclng Llcense . Admln.
3'170M10 .Varlanceg . Admln.
3200M10 . Spectal Denstty - Admln.
3220M10 . Speclal Events - Admln.
3240M10 . Charter Boats - Admln.
3260M10 . Court Flnes - Admln.
3280M10' Llquor/BeerMlne Llcense.Admin.
3300M10 ' Other Income - Admln.
3340M10 . Local Grants and Alds - Admln
3400M10 . Transferc In - Admin.
Total Income
Gross Profit
Expense
3900M10 .Transfer Out (General Fund)
4020M10 . Salariee.O02 - Admtn
4021M10 . ER Share of Admln FtCA/Medlcare
4022M'10. ER PERA - Admln
4040M10' Audltlng - Admln.
4060M10 .Telephone - Admln.
4070M10
4080M10
4100M10
4110M10
4140M10
4180M10
4181M10
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Web Page / Intornet - Admln.
. Postage - Admln.
.
Prlnting - Admln.
. Publlc Info./Legal - Admtn.
. Equipment R&M - Admin.
. Profeselonal Servlceg - Admln.
.
Professlonal Comp. Serv.-Admln.
4220it10' Offlce Supplles -Admin.
4230M10 . Meetlng Exp. - Admln.
4320M10 ' Offlce Rent - Admtn.
4340M10' Insurance - Admln.
4360M10 . Subs/Membershlps : Admin.
4380M10 . Employ€e Beneflts - Admln.
4400M1 0 . Mlleage/Exp's - Admln.
.Tralnlng/Prof. Devel. - Admln.
'1410M10
4J.2OltfiO. Movlng Expenses - Admln.
4520M10 . Furniture & Equip - Admin.
4530M10 . Comp. Sftwr & Hdwr - Admln.
4620M10 . Legal Fees - Admln.
4640M10 . Prosecutlon Fees - Admln.
4650M10 . Room & Board - Admin.
4660M10 ' Proactive Code Enforcement prog
4980M10 . Contlngency - Admin.
Total Expense
Net Ordinary lncomo
Net Income
-39.79
240,0't0.70
2,688.38
78,066.02
3,350.00
6,210.00
3,500.00
610.00
0.00
2,900.00
59,446.08
19,950.00
1,083.30
696.00
0.00
0.00
245,990.00
1,250,00
70,650.00
3,350.00
5,500.00
2,000.00
2,500.00
0.00
4,000.00
55,000.00
21,000.00
2,000.00
-39.79
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97,60/o
215.10/o
1,438.38
1,416.02
0.00
710.00
1,500.00
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4,446.08
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175.0o/o
24.4o/o
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72.5o/o
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95.0%
54.2%
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O.Oo/o
418,470,69 438,805.00
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418,470.69
438,805.00
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95,40/o
0.00
200,182,29
15,502,42
14,151 .33
7,250.00
25,000.00
200,524.00
15,340.00
15,063.00
7,268.00
2,160.00
500.00
5,000.00
10,500.00
1,000.00
1 ,100.00
2,500.00
0.00
4,500.00
4,500.00
47,409.00
7,000.00
1,700.00
18,216.00
2,000.00
400.00
0.00
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2,000.00
32,000.00
45,000.00
1,000.00
4,000.00
7,125.00
-25,000.00
-341.71
't62.42
-911,67
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10'1.10/o
461.43
121.4o/o
-272.42
-31,54
387.51
434.97
-253,1 6
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45.5o/o
99.4o/o
6,557.58
't20.50/o
-16,388.91
-188.25
7,938.60
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463,805.00
-61,026.25
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2,62't.43
227.58
4,368,46
10,887.51
1,434.97
846.84
1,930.80
302.1 9
4,077.07
5,74',t.'.t7
18,183.45
6,591.00
1,677.00
19,645.44
1,514.48
50.00
1,138.37
417.99
1,583.35
38,557.58
28,611.09
81't.75
11,938.60
1,934.59
402,778.75
19,565.00
101.8%
100.0%
302.'19
422,93
1,241.17
-29,225.55
-409.00
-23.00
1,429.44
-485.52
-350.00
1 ,1 38.37
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99.8%
103.7%
143.5o/o
77.0o/o
77.2%
100.0%
90.6%
127.6%
38.4%
94.2%
98.6%
107.8%
75.70/o
'12.50/o
1OO.0o/o
41 .8o/o
79.2%
61 .2o/o
298.5o/o
27.2o/o
15,691.94
-25.000.00
40,691.94
-62,8%
15,691.94
-25,000.00
40,691.94
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Lake Minnetonka Conservation District
11:55 AM
Als ManagemenuPrevention Profit & Loss Budget vs. Actual
0'll23l'15
Accrual Basis
January through December 2014
Jan -
Dec.,. Budget
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Ordinary Income/Expense
Income
3020M30 ' Municipal Dues - AIS
3080M30.lnterest-AlS
3300M30
3400M30
. Public Agencies/Other Income
. Transfers In - AIS
Total Income
Gross Profit
Expense
AIS Prevention program
4131M30 . Uniforms - AIS prevention
4151M30 ' Equip. Supplies -AlS prevention
417 1M30 . Fuet/Supl. Spayr-AlS prevention
4181M30 . Prof. Services - AIS prevention
4382M30 . Salaries - AIS Prevention
4383M30 ' ER Share AIS Prevent. Fica-Med
4401M30 . Mileage Exp's. - AIS prevention
4531 M30 . Software & Hardware/Training
4981M30 . Gontingency - AIS prevention
Total AIS Prevention program
92,324.80
0.00
34,'l 1 5 90
0.00
94,625.00
-2,300.20
97.6%
0.0%
58.8%
375.00 -375.00
57,979.00 .23,863.1 0
0.00
0.00
0.0o/o
126,440.70
152,979 00
.26,538.30
82.7%
126,440.70
152,979.00
..26,538.30
82.7%
121.81
0.00
38,576.00
2,340 00
179.00
0.00 0.0%
0.00 0.Oo/o
27.36 100.0%
-7,464.33 80.70/o
-747.50 68.'t%
-57.19 68.'to/o
290.98
2,332.69
72.00
4,000.00
2,500.00
-1,667.31 58.3%
-2,428.00 2.9o/o
35,549.01
47,595.00
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74.70/o
31,10'1.63
2,379.29
98.24
32,1 98.00
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4020M30.Sataries-EWM
4021M30 . ER Share of EWM FICA,/Medicare
4060M30 .Telephone - EWM
4080M30'Postage-EWM
4100M30 . Printing/Advertising - EWM
4110M30.Public Info./Legal - EWM
4130M30.Uniforms-EWM
4140M30 . Equipment R&M - EWM
4150M30 . Equip. Supplies - EWM
4160M30 . Fuel - HarvestorMk Boats-EWM
4170M30 . Fuel/Suppty - Van - EWM
4220M30. Office Suppties - EWM
4340M30 . Insurance W/C - EWM
4350M30' Ins./Equip. - EWM
4400M30 . Mileage/Exp's - EWM
4720M30 . Gontract Mechanic Fees - EWM
4721M30' Speciatty Mechanic - EWM
4740M30. Truck Service - EWM
4980M30 . Gontingency - EWM
5000M30 .AlS Reserve Expense
Total EWM Harvesting Program
Total Expense
Net Ordinary Income
Net Income
000
-83.71 96.6%
-1.76 98.2%
0 00
0.0%
0.68 100.10/o
0.12 100 6%
-25.15 89.9%
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-1,274.87 89.8%
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-111.04 92.6Yo
0.00 0.0o/o
-815.00 72.5%
0.00 100.0%
0.00 0.0%
-390.00 96.8%
-1,752.72 41.6%
2,463.00
100.00
0.00
617.00
21 .00
250.00
0.00
12,500.00
7,000.00
1,500.00
0.00
617.68
21.12
224.85
2,050.62
11,225.13
6,853.54
1,388.96
0.00
2,151.00
537.00
0.00
1 1,610.00
1,247.28
20,400.00
3,719.61
1,260.00
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3,000.00
19,000 00
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0.00
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95,000.00
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2,87't.61 438.6%
1,260.00 100.0%
1,885.95 102.0%
132,434.96 142,595.00 -10,160.04
92.90/o
10,384.00 -16,378.26
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Lake Minnetonka Conseruation District
0'|.122115
Save the Lake Profit & Loss Budget vs. Actual
January through December 2014
Accrual Basis
Jan - Dec 14
Budget
$ Over
Budget
% of Budget
Ord i nary I ncome/Expense
Income
3001M20
3002M20
3003M20
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3004i,120 .
3040M20 .
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Donatlons
Donatlons
Donafions
Donatlons
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(Photograph) . S/L
(Safety Prog.) - S/L
(Sotar Ltght) - S/L
(General) - S/L
3080M20.Interest-S/L
3270M20 . S/L Recogntflon Dlnner - S/L
3300M20 . Other lncome . S/L
Total Income
Gross Proflt
Expense
4060M20 . Telephone - S/L
4080M20'Postage.S/L
4100M20.Prlntlng.S/L
4110M20 ' Envlronmental- S/L
41'11M20' Publlc Servlce/Educaflon - S/L
4160M20 . Publlc Safety . S/L
4220M20. Offlce Suppties . S/L
4980M20 . Contlngency - S/L
Total Expense
Net Ordlnary Income
Net lncome
23,444.07
72.52
0.00
900.00
40,850.00
0,00
0.00
0,00
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72.52
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900.00
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0.00
4,145.00
0.00
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2,500.00
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1,697.74
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3,250,00
3,500.00
0.00
10,000,00
13,300,00
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7,284,38
12,474,82
1,347.45
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100,0%
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LAKE MINNETONKA CONSERVATION DISTRICT
"Save the Lake" is a non-profit fund investing in the environmental quality and recreational enloyment of Lake Minnetonka.
SAVE
THE
LAK E
January 22,2015
TO:
Board of Directors
FROM:
Chair Dan Baasen, "Save the Lake" Committee
SUBJECT:
Recommendations on 2015 "Save the Lake" Fundins
BACKGROUND
The Lake Minnetonka Conservation District (LMCD) announced in October that there was "Save the
Lake" Funds available for 2015. A deadline of Friday, December 5th, was established for 2015
Proposals. Three Proposals were received by this deadline, which are summarized below:
Proiect
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Orqanization
Proposed Proiect/Proi ect Summary
Funds
Requested
Hennepin County
Parlial funding of electronic changeable $12,300
Environmental Services message sign (Spring Park public access)
Herurepin County Sheriff
Office
(HCSO)
Mound Fire
s
Department
Partial funding of added law enforcement 552,164
assigned to Lake Minnetonka
Purchase of public safety equipment
$4,650
RECOMMENDATION
The Save the Lake Committee met on December 16th and January 13th to review these Proposals.
Based on the discussion at these meetings, the committee recommends Board approval of 2015 "Save
the Lake" Funding as detailed below:
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Hennepin Counbr Environmental Services- $12,300 for partial funding of an electronic
changeable message sign at the Spring Park public access.
Mound Fire Department- $4,650 for the purchase of public safety equipment.
The HCSO Proposal for partial funding of added law enforcement assigned to Lake Minnetonka has
been tabled to allow for more detailed discussion at the February 4th Annual HCSO-LMCD Meeting
(5:30 p.m. at the HCSO Water Patrol office). Further discussion of this Proposal is tentatively planned
for the February 19th Save the Lake Committee Meeting.
Web Page Address: http://www.lmcd.org . 5-6u;1 Address: [email protected]
5341 I\4AYWOOD ROAD, SUITE 200 . MOUND, N/INNESOTA 55364. TELEPHONE 9521745-0789 o FAX g521745-9085
ITEM
9A
LAKE
M I N NETON
s341 MAYWOOD ROAD, SUTTE 200
.
KA CONSERVATION DISTRICT
MOUND, MINNESOTA s5364
. TELEPHONE 952745-0789 . F
X 952t745-9085
Gregory S. Nybeck, E(ECUTIVE DIBECTOR
January 22,2015
TO:
Board of Directors
FROM:
Chair Gary Hughes, LMCD Public Safety Committee
SUBJECT: Petition for a Proposed
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uI.
Quiet Water Area (QWA)
BACKGROTJND
On August 5th, the Lake Minnetonka Conservation District (LMCD) received a petition for a new QWA
from the north Seton Channel area to Deering Island (see enclosed map). The LMCD's Public Safety
Committee met on September 22ndto discuss the petition. The recommendation of the Public Safety
Committee was that the LMCD: l) should schedule a public hearing to gather testimony on the
petition, and,2) should focus on public safety issues in the proposed QWA.
The LMCD conducted a public hearing at its November 12th Regular LMCD Board of Directors Meeting.
At this meeting, the petitioners provided additional background on their request. Additionally, a great deal
of testimony was received at this public hearing (both favorable and in opposition).
The LMCD considered the petition at this meeting (utilizing the Lake Minnetonka QWA policy, dated
gt24l86), At this meeting, the LMCD Board denied the majority of the petition (although the north-south
channel between Shadywood Point and the east end of Deering Island was referred back to the LMCD
Public Safety Committee for further sftrdy).
IV. PUBLIC
SAFETY COMMITTEE REVIEW
ftre puUtic Safety Committee met on January 21st to further study the north-south channel between
Shadywood Point and east end of Deering Island. Committee members Chris Jewett, Rob Roy, Tony
Brough (Hennepin County Environmental and Energy) and Lt. Kent Vnuk (Hennepin County Sheriffs
Office Water Patrol) were in attendance. The consensus of the committee was:
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1.
The LMCD Board should deny the remaining portion of the petition subrnitted on August 5th, the
north-south channel, based on public safety information available; and
2.
The Sheriffs Water Patrol would continue to monitor the north-south channel (during future boating
seasons) as part of their patrolling activities on Lake Minnetonka.
3(JIlo P09t ClD0liurler Wactd
Web Page Address: hfl p://wr'vw'lrncd'org' E-nrail Address: [email protected]'org
To protect and prcserve Lake Minnetonka.
ITEM
9B
2015 Watercraft Inspections Administered by
Local Govemment Units
Description of Grant Offer
Application Deadline: February l7th, 2015
Program Purpose
The Department of Natural Resources (DNR) Invasive Species Program is offering
grant funds to assistTribal and local government units (LGUs) that are interested
in implementing an aquatic invasives species (AIS) prevention program using
authorized watercraft inspectors to work at water accesses in their area. The DNR
will also provide training to watercraft inspectors that are part of the the LGU's
watercraft inspection program, These grants are intended to help prevent and
curb the spread of aquatic invasive species, especially zebra mussels into
Minnesota waters. Watercraft inspectors funded with these grants must be
employees of the LGU or individuals working for a contractor to the LGU.
Eligible Applicants
Tribal and local units of government (such as, conservation districts, cities,
counties, and watershed districts) that have the capacity to assume all legal,
financial and administrative responsibilities for a watercraft inspection program.
LGUs are responsible for supervision and oversight of watercraft inspectors and for
compliance with all provisions of grant and delegation agreements.
Description of Grant ffier and Funding Levels
Approximately $150,000 of grant funding is available for LGUs that are
implementing watercraft inspection programs using basic watercraft inspectors
(Level L) and/ or watercraft inspectors who also operate a decontamination unit
(Level 2). Grant applicants can apply for a maximum of $4,000 per waterbody
included in their applicatiof,, up to a maximum total grant of $12,000.
A Delegation Agreement between the LGU and the State of MN is needed to give
LGU employees the authority to act as a Level 1 or Level 2 inspector. This grant
program is only available to LGUs that have a signed Delegation Agreement at the
time of submission (See Delegation Agreement documents below).
Basic Watercraft lnspectors (Level 1)
All watercraft inspectors must be trained and pass a test before they are certified
as authorized inspectors by the DNR. Once trained and authorized, Level 1
inspectors can inspect water-related equipment and prohibit the launching of
equipment in waters of the state if the individual refuses to allow an inspection of
their equipment or refuses to comply with AIS laws. Level 1 inspectors are neither
trained nor authonzed to perform watercraft decontaminations using hot water
high pressure power washer equipment.
Watercraft Inspectors with Decontamination Units (Level 2)
Level 2 inspectors can conduct watercraft inspections and use hot water high
pressure power washer decontamination units to remove AIS from water-related
equipment. Level 2 inspectors must pass specific training and testing
requirements before being authorized to perform inspection and decontamination
procedures using DNR protocols.
This grant program is intended to help defray the cost of hiring Level 1 or Level 2
inspectors and not the cost forthe decontamination unit itself. LGUs may be able
to purchase decontamination units under the DNR's purchasing contract by
becoming a Cooperative Purchasing Venture Member. For more information please
go to: http:/ /files.dnr.state.mn.us/jobs/watercraft/coop-purch-decon.pdf
Grantees will be reimbursed for eligible costs associated with hiring Level t and /
or Level 2 watercraft inspectors, or contracting with an employment agency to
provide Level 1 or Level 2 watercraft inspectors, up to their grant amount.
The DNR cannot reimburse costs that were incurred before the grant contract is
written and signed by all parties. In addition, a grantee may not receive
reimbursement for costs that have already been reimbursed by another external
funding source.
A full list of grantee requirements is found in "Grantee Requirements and Grant
Program FAQ". Please review that document before applying for this grant
program.
Grant Ranking Griteria
In order to be considered for a grant the applicant must include a
Delegation Agreement signed by the local unit of government
that is applying for the grant. Please review "Grantee Requirements
and Grant Application for Watercraft Inspections" for more information
about this requirement.
All potential projects will be ranked based on the grant criteria listed below.
Highly ranked projects will be offered a grant. Proposals will be evaluated by DNR
staff within the Invasive Species Program. Proposed projects must focus on the
prevention of the spread of aquatic invasive species. Proposals will be reviewed
based on the water bodies included for water access inspection, and whether the
applicant can collect survey data using a mobile device.
Priority will be given to proposals with water bodies that:
1. Are known to be popular destinations for boaters leaving zebra mussel infested
waters; based on past watercraft inspector surueys of boaters.
2. Have at least one high-use water access; based on the number of parking
spaces and past watercraft inspector observations. Water bodies that only
have low-use water accesses will be dropped from proposals.
3. Are located in high-use or popular traveler destination areas.
4, Are near or on infested waters.
In addition, priority will be given to grant applicants whose inspectors are able to
collect suryey data using the free watercraft inspection survey data app on mobile
android or IOS devices.
Applicants may be awarded all or paft of their requested grant amount.
The final amount of DNR Grants offered to applicants will depend upon:
. The dollar amount requested by the applicant;
.
.
.
r
.
The total amount of funds requested by all applicants;
How well the proposal meets the grant criteria;
The past history of the grantee on previous prevention grants;
The relative ranking of the proposal with other proposals.
The waterbodies included in the application. If a waterbody is dropped from the
application because it only has low - use accesses, the total grant amount that
application is eligible for may be reduced.
If you are interested in this grant program, please read all of the documents listed
below and submit a Grant Application and a signed Delegation Agreement.
Applicants must be able to meet all of the requirements described in the
Grantee Requirements and the Delegation Agreement.
. Gra-ntee Rgeuuexne[ts an4 Gran!"P_raaranLFAq @
. Grant Application for Watercraft Inspections bv LGUs p"-'n
. Grant Application for Watercraft Inspections bv LGUs t""-Gt
. Delegation Agreement Template ma (required with grant application)
. Delegation Agreement Instructions troFl
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P_e"LegatisnAgre.ement -Q&_A
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Timeline
February
17th'
2015
osals. They must be received on or
email, or fix. You may also hand deliver
re Tuesday, February htn,2015 during
normal business hours (8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.ffi., Monday - Friday).
Proposals must be submitted on the Grant Application form, and must be
accompanied by a signed Delegation Agreement. Electronic applications are
encouraged, which can include a scanned copy of the signed Delegation
Agreement. In addition, three original signed copies of the Delegation Agreement
should be sent by regular mail. Your application is not considered complete until
we have a signed copy of the Delegation Agreement either as a scanned copy or
by mail.
Completed applications should be returned by February 17th, 2O15 to:
Wendy Crowell
Ecological Resources Grants Coordinator
DNR - Ecological and Water Resources, Box 25
500 Lafayette Road
St. Paul, MN 55155
Wendy.Crowe I [email protected] mn. us
Phone:651-259-5085
Fax: 651-296-1811
You will be notified when your application is received. If you do not receive
a notification, please contact Wendy Crowell (651-259-5085).
2015 watercraft Inspection Grants to Local Government Units
Grant Application
Application Proced ure:
1.
before filliing out this
application,
2.
Submit vour applications bv Februarv 17th. 2015. lt must be received on this day by mail,
email, or fax. E-mail submissions are encouraged. You may also hand deliver your application
on or before February L7th during normal business hours (8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., MondayFriday).
3.
Unit. with vour grant application. This is a requirement of the grant. you may send a
scanned copy with your electronic application. lf you are signing a new deilegation agreement
this year you must send three originals with signatures in the mail or deliver them by hand. lf
last year's is still in effect then include a copy of that agreement.
notified when your applicatlon Is received. lf you do not neceive a notification
within one week, please contact Wendy Crowell (651-Z5g-50gS).
Yot't wi$[ be
Submit applications to: Wendy Crowell, MN Department of Natural Resources, 500 Lafayette Rd, Box
25, St Paul MN 55155
fax (65L) 296-L8LI
on February 1B'h,2015 the n
d the omounts requested become pubtic. Alt other dato is
nonpublic until the negotiotion of the grant agreement(s) with the selected grontees is completed. Aftgr the opplication review
process is completed, oll dato (except trade secret dato) becomes pubtic. Doto creoted during the evaluotion process
is
nonpublic until the negotiotion of the grant agreements with the selected grontees is completed.
Lead organization: Lake Minnetonka conservation District (LMCD)
County where project will occur: Hennepin
Project Lead
-
Name/Title: Greg Nvbeck, LMCD Executive Director
Address: 5341 Mavwood Road, Suite 200
Address
City: Mound
State: MN
Phone: (952) 745-0789
ZIP:55364
Other phone: Not Applicable (N.A.)
E-ma i | : [email protected]
'*Federal Tax lD # (required): 4t-O944466
201-5. Grant Applicotion. Wotercraft tnspections by LGus. poge L of 4
Project Description:
Contact Information for a Local Government Unit staff member who will be in charge of the day to
day operation of your inspection program
Check here if same as Project Lead: X
Other phone: See Paee 1
Do you want
to hire Level f. inspectors, Level 2 |
What are your proposed start and end dates?
How many people do you intend to employ who will
lf you are hiring Level 2 inspectors, wh
uipment do you have or plan to
obtain? N.A.
Who is the local law
who will respond to calls from the inspector?
DNR
What is your
(maximum
included in your applicotion up to a totol request of
SL2,ooo.)
lf you do not receive a grant do you want the DNR to finalize your Delegation Agreement?
_
X_Yes
_No
2075. Grant Application. Wotercraft tnspections by LGtJs. page 2 of 4
Your proposal will be evaluated based on the lakes and water accesses where vou intend to work.
You must include this information in order for this grant application to be cormplete. Waterbodies
that only have low use accesses will be dropped from your application.
List the lakes and public water accesses on those lakes where inspections will occur. Include the
number of parking spots at each access, if known. (lnformation provided based on 2011 Car/Trailer
lnventory- see attached)
Lake Name: Minnetonka (conducted bv LMCD)
County: Hennepln
water Accesses (include the number of parking spots at each access):
1. Carsons Bav (21 spaces in
remote lots and 14 on streetl
2. Cooks Bav (9 spaces in public access and 3G on street)
3. Halstead Bay (40 spaces on Williams Streetl
4. Wavzata Bav (28 on street spaces)
Lake Name: Minnetonka (MN DNR)
County: Hennepin
water Accesses (include the number of parking spots at each
access):
L. Gravs Bay (119 spaces in public accessl
2. Maxwell Bav (90 spaces in public access)
3. North Arm (59 spaces in public access)
4.
Lake Name: Minnetonka (conducted bv Three Rivers Park District (TRPD))
County: Hennepin
water Accesses (include the number of parking spots at each access):
,1. Lake Minnetonka Regional park (59 spaces in public accessl
201-5. Gront Application.
Wateruaft tnspections by LGt)s. page 3 of 4
Additional information
Water bodies that are located in high-use and popular traveler destination areas will be ranked
higher than those in lower- use areas.
Please provide information about resorts and any other special lake attractions in the area or on
specific lakes in your application.
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Proposed 2015 watercraft inspection details include:
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Duration- Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day
Inspection Hours- Fridays (11a.m. to 7 p.m.) & Saturdays, Sundays, & Holidays (6 a.m. to 6
p.m.)
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Public Accesses Covered- See page 3
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Public Accesses Not covered- Echo Bay (city of Tonka Bay) & phelps Bay (city of
Minnetrista)
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Partners- LMCD, Minnehaha creek watershed District, MN DNR, & TRPD
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Boat launches through public accesses
on Lake Minnetonka from mid-April
to mid-November. 2010
This study was a cooperative effort of the Lake Minnetonka Conservatiorir
District and the MinnesotaDepntment of Natural Resources
Report prepared by:
Tim Kelly
MN DNR. OMBS
Draft-November 23. 2010
Purpose
The purpose of the study is to measure the use of Lake Minnetonka public accesses during the full
open-water boating season, extending from mid-April to mid-November. In the past, public access
use was measured by aerial observation on a limited number of days, and the observations covered
only summer afternoons. This study extends the seasonal coverage to the spring and fall, and
extends the time of day coverage from afternoons to the full day (7 AM to 8 pM).
Study results
willbe useful for allocating the effort of on-site access personnel, who work to
minimize the movement of exotic species into and out of Lake Minnetonka.
Methodolosv
The study covered the open-water boating season from mid-April (April 17, a Saturday) to midNovember (November 14, a Sunday).
The study involved counts by a field person of boats launched at 9 of the 10 public access sites;
one small access site (Code A09) was excluded. At an access site, the field person counted the
number of empty trailers, and trailerless car-toppers/pickups that appear to have launched a boat.
Boats on trailers (or on car-toppers/pickups) were not counted as a launched boat.
Code
A01
402
A03
A04
A05
,4.06
A07
A08
A09
A10
Access Name
Carsons Bay Access (City of Deephaven)
Cooks Bay Access (City of Mound)
Grays Bay Access (DNR / City of Minnetonka)
Halstead Drive Access (City of Minnetrista)
Lake Mtka. Regional Park Access (Three Rivers Park Dist.)
Maxwell Bay Access (DNR)
North Arm Access (Hennepin County)
Spring Park Access (Hennepin County)
EXCLUDED: Tuxedo Blvd. Access (City of Minnetrista)
Wayzata Bav Access (Citv of Wavzata
During each week of the study, one sample weekday and one sample weekend day were chosen at
random for counting the 9 public accesses. On each sample day, one time of day was chosen at
random for the counts; the times of day are early (l to 11 am), mid-day (11 am to 4 pm), and late
(4pm to 8pm). The sequence of counting the accesses was varied at random to ensure thatan
access site was not always counted first or last. In the Fall, the early and late time periods were
shortened for the later sunrises and earlier sunsets.
Dlaft-Nove mber 23, 20 1 0
2
A total of 61 counts were made at each access site during the study. This level of sampling is
designed to produce a95Yo confidence interval that is within +l- 20% of the overall estimated
value, a common design criterion for MN Department ofNatural Resource studies of this type.
Forexample, if the overall estimatedvalue is 100, +l-20%is the interval frornL 80 to 120.
Results
Lake Minnetonka Conservation District staff conducted the field work for this study. Staff carried
out all 6 1 counts on the date and time of day that are specified in the sampling plan.
The estimated number of public access launches for the open-water boating season is 62,112
(Table 1). Most of the launches (63%) occur during the summer, followed by the fall (20o/o), and
spring (I2%). Fall has more launches than spring simply because fall is longer. Note that the fall
and spring have a similar number of launches per day ( 1 73 to 1 80). The summer has more than
double the daily launches of the spring and fall.
Weekend/holidays account for just over half of the launches (53%). On a daily basis, weekend/
holidays have2.5 times as many launches.
The access with the most launches is Grays Bay (33% of total), followed by MaxwellBay (22%),
North Arm (10%), and Spring Park (9%). The other five accesses account for 25 percent of
launches.
As noted above, the sampling level was designed to produce a95o/o confidence interval within +/20Yo for the overall launch estimate for the open-water season. The actual 95% confidence was */-
2lo/o,whichmeans the design criterion was roughly met. The variability in access use was
underestimated going into the study.
In the past, public access use was measured by aerial observation on summer afternoons. From
these aerial observations, estimates were made of total summer launches by access. Those summor
estimates are not thatfar off from estimates in this sfudy, which provides some confidence to the
extrapolation techniques used in earlier years (Table 2). The extreme closeness of total summer
launches for the two estimates (bottom of Table 2) should be considered fortuitous. and should not
be expected to occur regularly.
Draft-N
ove mber 23, 20
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Table
1
Boat launches through public accesses on Lake Minnetonka from mid-April to mid-November, 2010
Rreakdown
Overall
Number of launches
Percent oflaunches
62,112
l00o/o
Davs for
launching
2t2
Launches pei day
293
By season*
Spring
Summer
7,275
r2%
42
I/J
42,416
68%
l0r
420
Fall
12,421
20%
69
180
* Spring: April 17 to Friday prior to Memorial Day weekend (5/28)
* Summer: Memorial Day weekend (5/29) to Labor Day (916)
t
Fall: Day after Labor Day (9/7) to November 14
By day ofthe week
Weekends and holidays
Weekdays
By public access**
Grays Bay
Maxwell Bay
North Arm
Spring Park
Lake Mtka. Regional Park
Carsons Bay
32,791
53o/o
to
65
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47%
147
504
200
20,773
33o/o
aao/-
2t2
98
13,973
212
6,1 15
70o/o
5,410
9%
7%
s%
s%
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66
29
26
4,040
Halstead Drive
Cooks Bay
3,197
2,959
t ?oo
WayzataBay
2,786
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Tuxedo Boulevard Access excluded from study due to small size
Draft-November 23.
20 10
5o/o
4%
212
212
212
212
212
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TabIe 2
Comparison of summer boat launches through Lake Minnetonka public
accesses between this 2010 study and extrapolations frQm aerial boat
counts in2004
Public access
Grays Bay
Maxwell Bay
North Arm
2010 summer launches 2004 $ummer launches
(percent)
@ercent)
37o/o
22o/o
70o/o
34%
25%
13%
Spring Park
Lake Mtka. Regional Park
9%
Carsons Bay
5o/o
Halstead Drive
s%
s%
s%
s%
9%
2%
5%
4%
2%
(not measured)
1%
700o/o
t00%
42,4I6
42,037
WayzataBay
Cooks Bay
Tuxedo Blvd.
Total percent
Total summer launches
Draft-Novernber 23.
20 1 0
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ITEM
9G
LAKE MINNETONKA CONSERVATION DISTRICT
TO:
Board of Directors
FROM:
Greg Nybeck, Executive Director
DATE:
January 22,2015
SUBJECT:
2015 LMCD Board Appointments
As outfined in the attached letter, dated 10123114, terms for Lake
[t/innetonka Conservation
District (LMCD) Board of Directors run from February 1st through jlrnr"ry
31st of the
following year' Within that letter, staff reminded nine LMCD member cities
that the term for
their appointed Board member would expire on January g1,2o1s',
Staff recommended that these nine LMCD member cities appoint a membel
to the LMCD
Board of Directors, beginning February 201s, with the following terms:
Deephaven
Excelsior
Mound
Orono
Spring Park
year
3 years
3 years
1 year
1
3 years
Bay
Victoria
Wayzata
Woodland
Tonka
3 years
2years
3 years
1 year
Staff has received the following outlined verbal and/or written confirmations from
the nine
LMCD member cities regarding their appointment to the LMCD Board of Directors:
s
Deephaven
David Gross has been re-appointed for a one-year term (chris Jewett
has been appointed through gtglrls & 11t1r1s through 12tg1t1s).
Excelsior
Jeff Morris has been re-appointed for a three-year terrnr (Jennifer caror)
has been appointed thr ugh 4lg0t15).
Mound
Jay Green was re-appointed for a three-year term.
Orono
Gabriel Jabbour was appointed for a one-year term.
Spring Park
Gary Hughes was re-appointed for a three-year term.
Tonka Bay
Gregg Thomas was re-appointed for a one-year term.
Victoria
Ann Hoelscher was re-appointed for a two-year term.
Wayzata
Dan Baasen was re-appointed for a three-year term.
Woodland
Fred Meyer has been re-appointed for ? ohe.r)/e?r term (James Doak
has been appointed through 4t1St1S).
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Web Page Address: http://www.lmcd.org
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E-mail Address: [email protected]
To protect and preserue Lake Minnetonka
LAKE
M IN N
ETONKA CONSERVAT'ION DISTRICT
5341 MAYWOOD ROAD, SUITE 200
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MOUND, MINNESOTA 55364
. TELEPHONE
g521745-O78g. FAX 952/745-9085
Gregory S. Nvbeck, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
October 23,2014
TO:
LMCD Member Cities
FROM:
Greg Nybeck, Executive Director
SUBJECT: Appointment of 2015 Board
Members
r some members of the Lake Minnetonka
ll expire. Terms on the LMCD Board run from
ear. The state enabling LMCD legislation calls for
member city for a three-year term. There is no
Because the application of the
LMCD ordinances are inherently unique and it takes some period of timer
at the same time, possibly ending up
vAl/u\
with a completely, or mostly, new Board. The LMCD has, therefbre,
j?'j"F5"L,le tenns by appoi ls.five. members the first y.".ln".,rr"
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and
four the third year (5-5-4). W
to
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Below is a list of the current Board members; under which the year in January
their term expires:
2015
Dan Baasen- Wayzata
Jay Green - Mound
David Gross - Deephaven
Ann Hoelscher- Victoria
Gary Hughes - Spring park
Andrew McDermott - Orono
Fred Meyer- Woodland
Jeff Monis- Excelsior
Gregg Thomas- Tonka Bav
2016
Dennis Klohs- Minnetonka Beach
Sue Shuff- Minnetonka
Dave Lang - Minnetrista
2017
Rob Roy- Greenwood
Deborah Zom- Shorewood
In order to achieve the goal of staggering Board member appointments to the fullest
extent possible,
the LMCD requests-the following cities appoint Board members for
the terms noted. All terms will
begin in February,2015:
Deephaven
Excelsior
Mound
s
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1 Year
3 Years
3 Years
LMCD Member Cities
October 23,2014
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Orono
Spring Park
Tonka Bay
Victoria
Wayzata
Woodland
year
3 years
3 years
2 years
3 years
1 year
1
No action needs to be taken by the Cities of Greenwood, Minnetonka, Minnetonka Beach,
Minnetrista, and Shorewood.
Please advise our offtce if for some reason your records are not in agreement with ours.
Also, enclosed is
a spreadsheet that summarizes each Board member's attendance through September
2014. This
information is intended for review by your city council.
Your prompt attention and cooperation in processing this important appointment is appreciated.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
MEETING ATTENDANCE RECORD
OCTOBER 9, 2013 TO SEPTEMBER 24,2014
NUMBER
MEMBER CITY
BOARD MEMBER
MEETINGS
ATTENDED
TOTAL
RATE OF
MEETINGS ATTENDANCE
David Gross ( 1019113-10t9/1 3) & t+tUU-gt2atM\
Kent Carlson (11113t13 - 3t26t14)
12
7
15
Excelsior
Jeff Morris ( 1019t13 - 9t24t14)
25
25
100o/o
Greenwood
Rob Roy (10/9/13 - 9t24t14)
19
25
76o/c
Minnetonka
Sue Shuff (1019113 - 9t24114)
23
25
92%
Minnetonka Beach
Qqlts Klohs
23
25
92%
Minnetrista
Anne Hunt (1019t13 - 9t24tj4\
15
25
600/0
Mound
Jay Green (1019t13 - 9t24t14\
25
25
100%
Orono
4!9ew McDermott (10t9t13 - 9t24tA\
24
25
96%
Shorewood
Mark Sylvester (10/9/13 -2t12tM)
Julie Moore (2126114 - 2t26t14\
Deborah Zorn (3112114 - 9t24t14)
2
7
?_9%
1
1
100%
13
17
76%
Spring Park
Gary Hughes (10/9/13 - 9t24t14)
25
25
100o/o
Doug Babcock (10t9t13 - 4t23t14\
Jeff Clapp (5114114 - 9t20t14
Gregg Thomas (9124t14 - gt24t14\
11
14
10
-'7g%o
Tonka Bay
Deephaven
(10/9t13 - 9t24t14\
7
B0%
78o/o
-'70o/o
1
1
100o/o
Victoria
Ann Hoelsch er (1019t13 - 9t24t14\
18
25
-t?2o/o
Wayzata
Dan Baasen (1019t13 - 9t24t14)
22
25
BB%
Woodland
Fred Meyer (10,9
James Doak (2112114 - 4t9t14\
13
18
-t'2o/o
7
7
1Ct}%
ITEM
9E
STATE OF'MINNESOTA
LAKE MINNETONKA CONSERVATI
cr
(LMCD)
RESOLUTION
A RESOLUTION DESIGN
FOR T
BE IT RESOLVED, bv the Board of
District (LMCD), that the
follows:
G
20ls
2/I/S
through
onservatton
/76 are as
APPOINTMENT/DESIGNATI ON
Auditor Selection
Banking Depository
Beacon Bank (Excelsior)
y & Graven
Lakeshore Weekly News
Tallen & Baertschi
Aquatic Invasive
Jay Green, LMCD Board
Gabriel Jabbour. LMCD Board
Jeff Morris, LMCD Board (effective 5/I/15)
Rob Roy, LMCD Board
Hennepin County Environmental & Energy
Lake Minnetonka Association
Minnehaha Creek Watershed District
Minnesota Dept. of Natural Resources
Three Rivers Park District
University of Minnesota
Dick Woodruff
Executive Committee
2015 LMCD Board Officers
Finance Committee
2015 LMCD Board Officers
Ordinance Review Committee (ORC)
Jay Green, LMCD Board
Ann Hoelscher, LMCD Board
Gabriel Jabbour, LMCD Board
Dennis Klohs, LMCD Board
Sue Shuff, LMCD Board
Deboratr
LMCD Board
Note: Tb
may decide to solicit
,trkad participation on an adhoc basis
Personnel Committee
Public Safety Committee
Jay Green-
LMCD
LMCD
LMCD Board
Save the Lake Com
ofJanuary,2015.
Dan Baasen. Chair
ATTEST:
Jay Green, Vice Chair