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Resolution Number 11-26 Joint Powers Agreement

RESOLUTION NUMBER 26-11

APPROVING STATE OF MINNESOTA JOINT POWERS AGREEMENTS WITH THE CITY OF MOUNTAIN IRON ON BEHALF OF ITS CITY ATTORNEY AND POLICE DEPARTMENT

WHEREAS, the City of Mountain Iron on behalf of its Prosecuting Attorney and Police Department desires to enter into Joint Powers Agreements with the State of Minnesota, Department of Public Safety, Bureau of Criminal Apprehension to use systems and tools available over the State’s criminal justice data communications network for which the City is eligible. The Joint Powers Agreements further provide the City with the ability to add, modify and delete connectivity, systems and tools over the five year life of the agreement and obligates the City to pay the costs for the network connection.

NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF MOUNTAIN IRON, MINNESOTA, as follows:

1.         That the State of Minnesota Joint Powers Agreements by and between the State of Minnesota acting through its Department of Public Safety, Bureau of Criminal Apprehension and the City of Mountain Iron on behalf of its Prosecuting Attorney and Police Department, are hereby approved.  Copies of the two Joint Powers Agreements are attached to this Resolution and made a part of it.

2.         That the Saint Louis County Sheriff, Ross Litman, or his successor, is designated the Authorized Representative for the Police Department. The Authorized Representative is also authorized to sign any subsequent amendment or agreement that may be required by the State of Minnesota to maintain the City’s connection to the systems and tools offered by the State.  To assist the Authorized Representative with the administration of the agreement, the Mountain Iron City Administrator is appointed as the Authorized Representative’s designee.

3.         That the City Attorney, Sam Aluni, or his successor, is designated the Authorized Representative for the Prosecuting Attorney. The Authorized Representative is also authorized to sign any subsequent amendment or agreement that may be required by the State of Minnesota to maintain the City’s connection to the systems and tools offered by the State.  To assist the Authorized Representative with the administration of the agreement, the Mountain Iron City Administrator is appointed as the Authorized Representative’s designee.

4.         That Gary Skalko, the Mayor for the City of Mountain Iron, and Craig J. Wainio , the City Administrator, are authorized to sign the State of Minnesota Joint Powers Agreements.

DULY ADOPTED BY THE CITY COUNCIL THIS 21st DAY OF NOVEMBER, 2011.

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Mayor Gary Skalko

ATTEST:
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City Administrator

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