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19 13th Avenue North
Waite Park, MN 56387

Upper Conference Room at Waite Park City Hall
Monday, January 27, 2020
4:30 PM

Admin Associate Interviews

There are three final candidates for the Administrative Associate position. The City Council will interview each of these candidates and will have the opportunity to offer one of the candidates a conditional job offer during the city council meeting conditioned upon completing the employment screening successfully.  Each interview will be approximately 15 minutes.  Applications will be available for City Council to review upon request or 30 minutes prior to the interviews starting.  

Fire Captain Interviews

The City has an opening for Fire Captain as a result of Adam Theisen being appointed to Assistant Fire Chief.  We have two candidates interested in this position.  The City Council will need to complete an interview on these two candidates.  The City Council will have the opportunity to appoint one of the candidates to the Fire Captain position to finish off the term of Adam Theisen which is set to expire 12/31/2020 at their city council meeting on 1/27/2020.  Applications of the two candidates will be available to the City Council upon request or 30 minutes prior to the work session starting.

Review of St. Cloud Wastewater Treatment Center Proposal to Add City of Foley

The City of Foley is interested in connecting to St. Cloud’s Wastewater Conveyance and Treatment System. Staff has met with the area cities and the city of St. Cloud to determine and understand the impact this would have to the City of Waite Park.  Staff would like to discuss this with the City Council. 

AMP Update

Staff would like to provide the City Council with an update on the AMP project.

Public Input

The City Council provides members of the public an opportunity to address the City Council with items they believe are relevant to the City of Waite Park.  Each member of the public will be allowed up to 2 minutes to speak.  City Council will not engage during this time and no action should be expected at this time.  The City Council can determine if further follow up, discussion, or action is needed on any item brought up by members of the public.  During the regular scheduled meeting that will follow the public input, the Mayor will summarize the items discussed during the public input and ask the City Council whether they desire to have any follow up on items discussed during the public input. The City Council could choose to place the item on a future work session or city council agenda, or they could direct staff to research or follow up on any item discussed.