January 31. 2014 2:47PM
NOTICE OF VACANCY
MUNICIPALITY OF BALTIC, SOUTH DAKOTA
The following offices will become vacant due to the expiration of the present term of office of the elective officer: Mayor, a four year term, currently held by Michael Wendland; Ward 1 Alderman, a four year term, currently held by Jason Turner; Ward 2 Alderman, a four year term, currently held by Scott Grunewaldt
Circulation of nominating petitions may begin on January 31st 2014 and petitions may be filed in the office of the finance officer located at 130 St. Olaf Avenue, Baltic, South Dakota between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., central standard time not later than the 28th day of February 2014.
Elaine C. Hendrickson
Municipal Finance Officer
Published twice at the approximate cost of $25.85.
1434213 Jan. 29 & Feb. 5, 2014
School Board Proceedings
The Dell Rapids School District Board of Education met Monday, January 27, 2014 at 7:00 p.m. in the high school distance learning room with the following members present: Tom Morris, Troy Randall, Jody Schumaker, Steve Stofferahn and Matt Weiland. Absent: None.
Administration and other persons present: Summer Schultz, Superintendent; Barbara Littel, Business Manager; Kim Kludt, High School Principal/Curriculum Director; Fran Ruesink, Middle School Principal/ Transportation Director; Jay Nelson, Elementary Principal/Special Education Director; Jeff Dvorak, Activities Director; Jessica Ostwald, Haven Director; Chad Andrews; Kim Gaul; Joe Sneve.
President Morris called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m. and the Pledge of Allegiance was recited.
Audience comments were heard.
14-085 Motion by Stofferahn, seconded by Randall, to approve the agenda with the deletion of item #10 - Executive Session. All voted aye.
14-086 Motion by Weiland, seconded by Schumaker, to approve the consent agenda. All voted aye.
A. Personnel Report - Approve employment of Jessica Scotter, Haven - $8.50/hour.
B. Student Report - Approve open enrollment application #14-17.
The board discussed the South Dakota United Schools Association. More information was requested before the board considers membership.
The board discussed future use or disposition of the old elementary school. Superintendent Schultz reported that appraisal documents are not public per SDCL 1-27-1.5 (6); however, board discussion regarding the building is public. Board comments were made that they do not want the building to deteriorate from lack of use. Jessica Ostwald, HAVEN director, stated that HAVEN appreciates the space they are able to use in the old elementary school. Chad Andrews, city council member asked if there was interest in exploring use as a city community center. The consensus of the board was that they are open to all options and would like proposals from any interested parties.
The board was given policy JECAA-Dual Enrollment for review. Since the policy also covers extra-curricular participation, Superintendent Schultz stated the policy could be split into two policies. She will get samples of policies from other schools for comparison.
Fran Ruesink reported on teacher inservice topics, middle school parent/teacher conferences, and the January 29 Student Awareness Event.
Jay Nelson reported on the elementary Christmas concert, installation of the camera system from the Homeland Security grant, teacher inservice, parent/teacher conferences, and the Ground Works program. He also stated Mr. Tjaden was selected to serve on the Health/PE standards committee, and that kindergarten registration will be held March 27 and 28. The December special education child count is completed and the district will have an on-site review on February 25.
Kim Kludt reported on parent/teacher conferences and 2014-15 class registration. She also stated that Darwin Daugaard was selected as one of three state level finalists for excellence in science teaching.
Jeff Dvorak reported on future equipment needs, SDHSAA changes, building use, and fundraising at ball games. A committee is working on updates to the school mascot.
Jessica Ostwald reported on HAVEN participation, the health & safety inspection, the Valentine Raffle, and the preliminary budget for the United Way grant application.
Superintendent Schultz reported on legislative proposals and the State of the District address she presented at the teacher inservice. Teacher-of-the-Year forms are on-line. She also reported on procedures for determining school closures, late starts, or early releases due to weather.
No committee reports were given.
14-087 Motion by Stofferahn, seconded by Randall, to adjourn the meeting at 8:45 p.m.
Barbara Littel, Business Manager
Tom Morris, President
(unofficial until approved by the
Board of Education)
Published once at the total approximate cost of $49.19.
1434895 Feb. 5, 2014
NOTICE OF HEARING
APPLICATION FOR REZONING
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on Tuesday, the 18th of February, 2014, at 7:30 p.m., in the City Council Chambers at City Hall, 302 East 4th Street, Dell Rapids, SD the City Council of said City will consider and act on an application to amend Ordinance #750, the Dell Rapids Zoning Ordinance, by rezoning the following real properties described, to wit:
Lot 4 and 5 of Block 7 of Timber Ridge Addition to City of Dell Rapids, Minnehaha County, South Dakota according to the recorded plat thereof.
From: NRC: Natural Resource Conservation to R-2: Two Family Attached Residential.
At said hearing all interested parties may appear and be heard, and the rezoning sought may be rejected or adopted with or without amendments.
Dated at Dell Rapids, South Dakota, this 14th day of January, 2014.
Published once at the total approximate cost of $21.59.
1434647 Feb. 5, 2014
The Dell Rapids Carnegie Public Library is accepting applications for the position of Part-Time Library Assistant. Working approximately 10 hours per week, the position performs a variety of routine clerical and manual work in processing, classifying, and cataloging library materials, as well as, providing outstanding services to library patrons. An application can be obtained at Dell Rapids City Hall at 302 East 4th Street or at the City of Dell Rapids website at www.cityofdellrapids.com. If you are interested in more information you can contact Brittany Risty, Library Director, at 428-3280. All applications must be received at City Hall on or before February 14, 2014.
Published twice at the total approximate cost of $24.08.
1434255 Jan. 29 & Feb. 5, 2014
NOTICE OF HEARING FOR ADULT NAME CHANGE
STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA)
COUNTY OF MINNEHAHA)
IN CIRCUIT COURT
2ND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
In the Matter of the Petition of
For a Change of Name to
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN a Verified Petition for Adult Name Change has been filed by Dustin Arthur Bickley the object and prayer of which is to change Petitioner's name from Dustin Arthur Bickley to Dustin Arthur Johnson. On the 18th day of February, 2014, at the hour of 11:00 am said verified petition will be heard by this Court before the Honorable Peter Lieberman Presiding, at the Court Room (4A) in the Minnehaha County Courthouse, City of Sioux Falls, Minnehaha County, South Dakota, or as soon thereafter as is convenient for the court. Anyone may come and appear at that time and place and show reasons, if any, why said name should not be changed as requested.
Dated this 8th day of January, 2014 at Sioux Falls, South Dakota.
ANGELIA M. GRIES
Clerk of Court
Clerk of Court
By: /s/ _____________
Jan. 15, 22, 29,
1433590 & Feb. 5, 2014
REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
Sealed proposals shall be received at the Office of the Minnehaha County Auditor, Sioux Falls, South Dakota, until 2:00 p.m., on the 19th day of February 2014, at which time all proposals will be publicly opened and read. Proposals will be for the following:
Purchase of Nineteen (19)
Glock Model 22 Handguns
The proposal consists of nineteen (19) Glock 22 handguns as per attached specifications and includes trade-in of sixteen (16) Glock Model 22 and three (3) Glock Model 17.
All proposals shall be made on forms prepared by Minnehaha County and are part of the proposal specifications. Any proposals otherwise submitted will be deemed informal, irregular, and not subject to or worthy of consideration in the award of the contract.
Specifications and proposal forms may be examined at the Office of the County Auditor, 415 North Dakota Avenue, Sioux Falls, South Dakota.
The Board of County Commissioners reserves the right to reject any or all proposals.
Minority business enterprises will be afforded full opportunity to submit bids in response to this invitation to bidders and will not be discriminated against on the grounds of race, color, or national origin in consideration of an award.
Bob Litz, County Auditor
Published once at the total approximate cost of $14.00.
1434720 Feb. 5, 2014
Notice to Bidders
Minnehaha County Highway Department requests bids for "Annual Highway Material Contracts".
The contracts consist of furnishing specified materials for the annual term of the contract.
Sealed bids shall be received by Minnehaha County Auditor's Office, 415 N Dakota Avenue, Sioux Falls, SD 57104, not later than 10:15 a.m. Wednesday, February 26, 2014. Bids shall be publicly opened and read at the Auditor's Office at 10:30am.
Specifications and proposal forms that must be used are available at Minnehaha County Highway Department located at 2124 E 60th Street North, Sioux Falls, SD 57103. Bids submitted on forms other than the proposal supplied by the Minnehaha County Highway Department will be irregular and will not be considered.
Minnehaha County reserves the right to reject any or all bids, waive technicalities, and make award(s) as deemed to be in the best interest of the county.
Published once at the total approximate cost of $10.89.
1434718 Feb 5, 2014
THE MINNEHAHA COUNTY COMMISSION CONVENED AT 9:00 A.M. January 28, 2014 pursuant to adjournment on January 21, 2014. Commissioners present were: Barth, Beninga, Heiberger, Kelly, and Pekas. Also present were Cindy Jepsen, Commission Recorder, and Kersten Kappmeyer, Chief Civil Deputy State's Attorney.
Chairman Heiberger called the meeting to order.
MOTION by Kelly, seconded by Barth, to approve the agenda. 5 ayes.
MOTION by Pekas, seconded by Kelly, to approve the January 21, 2014 Commission Minutes. 5 ayes.
VOUCHERS TO BE PAID
MOTION by Beninga, seconded by Barth, to approve the following bills totaling $539,857.97 and January 2014 salaries. 5 ayes.
A & B Business Equip Lease-Rental 220.96, Aesoph, Daniel D Rezoning 275.00, Airway Service Inc Automotive/Sm 194.75, Airway Service Inc Gas,Oil,Diese 113.10, Allied Oil & Tire Co Automotive/Sm 202.43, Allied Oil & Tire Co Heavy Eq. Rep 33.00, Arena Motel Motels 795.00, Argus Leader Adver Subscriptions 28.21, Audra Malcomb Consul Physicians 177.31, Avera Health Plans I Cobra Insuran 523.48, Avera McKennan Hosp Physicians 13.37, Avera Medical Group- Physicians 1,502.25, Avera Radiology Other Medical 328.90, Avera Specialty Clin Other Medical 33.01, Barnett-Lewis Funera Burials 1,000.00, Batteries Plus/ Onesk Automotive/Sm 88.00, Blackburn & Stevens, Attorney Fees 322.20, Bob Barker Company, Inmate Suppli 3,790.30, Boyer Trucks Sioux F Truck Repair 219.54, Bradfeldt, Becky Postage 99.90, Brown & Saenger Furniture & O 1,435.01, BSC Holding Inc Road Material 31,446.10, Bureau Of Informatio Detox 6.00, Bureau Of Informatio Telephone 240.77, Butler Machinery Com Truck Repair 1,228.01, Campbell Supply Co I Automotive/Sm 25.00, Campbell Supply Co I Bridge Repair 181.95, Campbell Supply Co I Sign Supply/I 20.97, Canfield Business In Furniture & O 424.00, Carlson, Lisa Court Reporte 666.00, Carper, Nichole A Attorney Fees 1,713.00, CBM Managed Services Board Of Pris 9,193.92, Century Business Lea Lease-Rental 202.07, Century Business Pro Lease-Rental 119.96, Century Business Pro Maintenance C 155.26, Centurylink Detox 24.37, Centurylink Telephone 570.57, Chemco, Inc. Child Care Fo 484.00, Chemco, Inc. Janitorial/Ch 398.20, Chesshir, Bryan Welfare Rent 400.00, Cleveland Heights Ap Welfare Rent 600.00, Cody, Denise Bd Exp. Fees 45.00, Cole Papers, Inc. Janitorial/Ch 99.77, Constellation New En Natural Gas 22,422.14, Counseling Resources Attorney Fees 175.00, Dakota Alignment & F Automotive/Sm 448.25, Dakota News Inc Program Activ 42.10, Duffy, Ryan Attorney Fees 1,890.50, Erpenbach, John E Bd Evaluation 225.00, Erpenbach, John E Recruitment 750.00, Etterman Enterprises Small Tools, 183.27, Fanebust, Wayne Store Invento 175.86, Fastenal Company Small Tools, 93.56, Fleetpride Holt, I Heavy Eq. Rep 154.38, G & H Distributing I Small Tools, 964.79, Garretson Community Ambulance Ser 25,000.00, Goebel Printing, Inc Printing/Form 824.48, Guzman, Sandra V. Interpreters 200.00, HDR Engineering Inc Architects & 12,855.64, Heartstarters Llc Education & T 22.50, Horizon Agency Inc Expenditures 2,379.00, Hoy Trial Lawyers Pr Attorney Fees 1,365.26, Hy-Vee Accounts Rece Program Activ 188.28, I State Truck Center Truck Repair 23.24, Interstate Office Pr Office Suppli 691.26, Intoximeters, Inc. Testing Suppl 627.75, JCL Solutions-Janito Janitorial/Ch 161.54, Jefferson Partners L Transportatio 962.50, Jim Bork Enterprises Printing/Form 45.75, Johnson, Brett Education & T 21.00, Johnson, Richard L Attorney Fees 666.43, Kauffman, David W. P Psych Evals 3,208.50, Khoroosi, Sam Attorney Fees 201.60, Lacroix, Heather Attorney Fees 199.35, Larson, Jeff Attorney Fees 413.40, Laughlin, Nicole Attorney Fees 1,792.60, Leaf Inc. Office Suppli 181.57, Leaf Inc. Printing/Form 8.20, Lewis & Clark BHS Bd Evaluation 1,920.00, Lewno, Lucy Bd Exp. Fees 451.38, Lincoln County Audit JDAI Expansio 3,112.50, Luther, Jeff Medical Direc 2,500.00, Lutheran Social Svcs Other Profess 9,245.27, Metro Communications Other Miscell 178,688.37, MidAmerica Motoplex, Automotive/ Sm 83.45, MidAmerican Energy C Natural Gas 567.23, MidAmerican Energy C Welfare Utili 420.00, Midwest Oil Company, Small Tools, 590.40, Mikelson, Gary E Attorney Fees 232.52, Minn Cnty Museum Pet Building Repa 37.06, Minn Cnty Museum Pet Program Activ 5.00, Minn Cnty Museum Pet Store Invento 5.12, Minnehaha Cnty Econo Other Miscell 5,000.00, Minnehaha Cnty Histo Store Invento 54.00, Morse Correctl Healt Contract Serv 1,257.82, Murillo, Georgina Interpreters 50.00, Neve's Uniforms Safety & Resc 119.60, Niedringhaus, Paul HIDTA Grant 47.00, Nielsen Ogdahl, Erin Attorney Fees 925.00, Northern Truck Equip Truck Repair 7,996.88, Northland Chemical C Janitorial/Ch 232.09, Nyberg's Ace Hardwar Exhibit Mater 37.95, Olson, Waltner & Sch Attorney Fees 7,043.27, Osborn, Roxane R Court Reporte 1,250.00, Palmer, Barbara Bd Evaluation 3,060.00, Pennington County Au Attorney Fees 215.00, Peterson, Anders Coliseum 2,800.00, Physicians Laborator Other Medical 14.13, Redwood Estates Llc Welfare Rent 690.00, Redwood Toxicology L Program Suppl 1,080.00, Redwood Toxicology L Testing Suppl 1,080.00, Rosenbauer/Central S Automotive/ Sm 1,315.22, Rural Metro Ambulanc Transportatio 450.00, Sanford Hosp USD Med Clinics Aux 12,600.00, Schmuck, Jan Bd Exp. Fees 41.60, SD Dept Of Transport Architects & 25,907.82, SD Human Services Ce Other Profess 1,200.00, SD State Historical Store Invento 215.78, Sentinel Offenders S Alternatives 3,120.48, Short Elliott Hendri Architects & 16,600.00, Sioux Falls Chamber Business Trav 20.00, Sioux Falls Chamber Travel Barth 20.00, Sioux Falls Chamber Travel Beninga 20.00, Sioux Falls Chamber Travel Heiberger 20.00, Sioux Falls Chamber Travel Kelly 20.00, Sioux Falls City Fin Other Miscell 46,298.41, Sioux Falls City Fin Gas,Oil,Diese 14,259.58, Sioux Falls City Fin HIDTA Grant 192.84, Sioux Falls Utilitie Building Repa 204.09, Sioux Falls Utilitie Electricity 9,359.93, Sioux Falls Utilitie Water Sewer 9,287.84, Sisson Printing, Inc Printing/Form 1,077.50, Solomon, Ghirmay Interpreters 50.00, Stan Houston Equipme Bridge Repair 49.35, Stonepoint Propertie Welfare Rent 360.00, Stoney Creek Townhom Welfare Rent 1,200.00, Sunshine Foods Welfare Food 10.80, Swanda, Karen Bd Exp. Fees 45.00, Szameit, Alexandra Interpreters 130.55, Taylor Place Llc Welfare Rent 322.50, Thomson Reuters We Books 618.20, Thomson Reuters We Legal Researc 374.48, Thorin, Deyanira T Interpreters 184.15, Tires,Tires,Tires In Automotive/Sm 19.99, Tires,Tires,Tires In Gas,Oil,Diese 23.40, Triangle Properties Welfare Rent 500.00, Ultramax Ammunition 4,783.00, Variety Foods Llc Other Profess 218.62, Variety Foods Llc Other Supplie -49.88, Volunteers Of Americ VOA Reception 15,521.10, Wheelco Brake & Supp Sign Supply/I 49.80, Wheelco Brake & Supp Truck Repair 84.26, Wheels Now Inc Heavy Eq. Rep 667.54, Xcel Energy, Inc. Electricity 47.40, Xcel Energy, Inc. Welfare Utili 465.44, Yankton County Sheri Return Of Ser 50.00, Zimmer, Duncan & Col Attorney Fees 184.80, Zimmerman, Philip G Lease-Rental 1,700.00, Commission Salaries 28,942.40, Auditor Salaries 39,145.22, Treasurer Salaries 60,975.15, Information Technology Salaries 59,524.11, States Attorney Salaries 184,823.39, Public Defender Salaries 135,436.97, Public Advocate Salaries 32,458.80, Facilities Salaries 56,470.20, Equalization Salaries 68,240.23, Register Of Deeds Salaries 40,772.65, Human Resources Salaries 20,182.84, Sheriff Salaries 902,999.74, Juvenile Detention Center Salaries 159,980.90, Highway Salaries 130,641.67, Human Services Salaries 103,517.70, Museum Salaries 52,419.51, Planning Salaries 26,013.81, Extension Salaries 2,724.80
The Auditor's Account with the County Treasurer as of December 31, 2014 was received and placed on file in the Auditor's Office.
On Deposit in Banks: Interest-bearing open accounts, 12,910,256.20; CD's and savings, 15,000,000.00; Cash, 17,062.55, Checks/drafts in Treasurer's possession for more than 3 days, 9,517.45; Total Cash on Hand, 27,936,836.20; Total Reconciled AS/400 Cash Balance, 27,936,836.20
MOTION by Pekas, seconded by Kelly, to approve the following personnel changes. 5 ayes.
1. To promote Gregory Schmit from Correctional Officer in Training to Correctional Officer (13/1) for the 24/7 Program at $17.03/hour effective 1/17/14.
2. To promote Kurt Schaunaman from Correctional Officer to Corporal (16/4) for the Jail at $21.27/hour effective 2/1/14.
3. To promote Jeremiah Larson from Correctional Officer to Corporal (16/6) for the Jail at $22.35/hour effective 2/1/14.
4. To correct the action listed on the January 14th memo which should have reflected a start date of 1/22/14 for Robert Harrison, Investigator for the State's Attorney's Office, instead of 1/21/14.
Step Increases Due
1. Neville Smith - Air Guard Security Officer II - Air Guard - 13/8 to 13/9 - 1/30/14 - $20.75/hour
2. Travis Stauffacher - Deputy Sheriff - Sheriff's Office - 16/7 to 16/8 - 12/27/13 - $23.48/hour
3. Daniel Christiansen - Deputy Sheriff - Sheriff's Office - 16/4 to 16/5 - 12/27/13 - $21.80/hour
4. Jeffrey Barnable - Deputy Sheriff - Sheriff's Office - 16/3 to 16/4 - 12/27/13 - $21.27/hour
5. Chelsea Kouf - Correctional Officer - Jail - 13/1 to 13/2 - 1/23/14 - $17.46/hour
6. Kurt Schaunaman - Correctional Officer - Jail - 13/7 to 13/8 - 1/13/14 - $20.25/hour
7. Timothy Herschberger - Deputy Public Defender - Public Defender's Office - 21/1 to 21/2 - 1/14/14 - $2,073.60/bi-weekly
8. Megan Glass - Legal Office Assistant - States Attorney's Office - 10/1 to 10/2 - 1/16/14 - $15.06/hour
9. Janet Eden - Legal Office Assistant - States Attorney's Office - 10/9 to 10/10 - 1/20/14 - $18.34/hour
10. Kenneth McFarland - Commission Administrative Officer - Commission - 26/6 to 26/7 - 12/27/13 - $3,844.00/bi-weekly
11. Lloyd Olson - Director of Facilities - Facilities - 24/6 to 24/7 - 12/27/13 - $3,155.20/bi-weekly
Special Personnel Action Requests
MOTION by Pekas, seconded by Beninga, to hire Jason Reaves, Project Engineer for the Highway Department, (19/11), $2,345.60 bi-weekly, effective 2/10/14. 5 ayes.
Lynn DeYoung, Emergency Management Director, requested authorization for the Auditor to publish a Notice to Bidders to purchase nineteen (19) Glock Model 22 handguns minus trade-in. Mr. DeYoung stated that the handguns will be used primarily for training by the Police Reserve. MOTION by Pekas, seconded by Barth, to authorize the Auditor to publish Notice to Bidders for nineteen (19) Glock Model 22 handguns minus trade-in, and declare three (3) Glock 9mm pistols and sixteen (16) Glock 40 S & W pistols as surplus for purposes of trade-in. 5 ayes.
DJ Buthe, Highway Superintendent, requested authorization for the Auditor to publish a Notice to Bidders for the 2014-2015 Annual Highway Materials. Mr. Buthe reported that this year there are two (2) bid schedules for the purchase of asphalt. Bid Schedule A is for the purchase of regular hot mix, and Bid Schedule B combines regular hot mix with recycled asphalt shingles. Vendors may submit bids for only one of the schedules or for both of the schedules; however only one contract will be awarded for all bids received for both schedules. MOTION by Pekas, seconded by Beninga, to authorize the Auditor to publish Notice to Bidders for Minnehaha County Highway Department Annual Materials Letting. 4 ayes. Barth voted nay.
A notice was received from Big Sioux Ducks Unlimited of their intent to conduct a fundraising raffle on February 22, 2014 at the Crooks Community Center.
Lynn DeYoung, Emergency Management Director, gave a summary of significant events that volunteers from the Minnehaha County Search and Rescue and Police Reserve participated in during 2013. Mr. DeYoung also presented the 2013 year end Rural Fire Department report. According to information provided by Metro Communications, the thirteen rural fire departments in Minnehaha County responded to 1,903 emergency calls in 2013. Mr. DeYoung also reported on training events held in Minnehaha County for fire fighters and other emergency responders. Tim Even, with the Humboldt Fire and Ambulance Service, presented the 2013 Rural Ambulance report. A total of 1,854 emergency calls were responded to by the six rural ambulance departments in Minnehaha County. Mr. Even also spoke on funding for training and issues associated with the recruitment of new volunteers.
Shannon Schultz, Senior Project Engineer, gave a briefing on an amendment in the amount of $24,555.93 to the agreement with Ulteig Engineering and the South Dakota Department of Transportation (SDDOT) for the Minnehaha County Sign Replacement Program. The amendment will add the replacement of green street signs to the original contract and bring the contract total amount to $392,411.11. The cost of the project is 100% covered by the SDDOT. MOTION by Barth, seconded by Pekas, to authorize the Chairman to sign Amendment #1 in the amount of $24,555.93 to the Agreement with Ulteig Engineering and the SDDOT for the Minnehaha County Sign Replacement Program. 5 ayes.
DJ Buthe, Highway Superintendent, gave a briefing on an agreement with Infrastructure Design Group to acquire 10 feet of additional Right-of-Way on each side of Highway 109 between Highway 114 and Highway 104 (4.5) miles. The acquisition is needed to bring the total Right-of-Way width within this corridor from 80 feet to 100 feet. An overlay for this corridor is planned to be done in 2014. MOTION by Barth, seconded by Pekas, to approve the Professional Services Agreement between Minnehaha County and Infrastructure Design Group billed at an hourly rate not to exceed a total cost of $54,850. 5 ayes.
Shannon Schultz, Senior Project Engineer, gave a briefing on an agreement with Banner Associates, Inc. for Final Design and Construction Administration for the replacement of bridge Structure #50-143-120. The bridge is located on County Highway 126 approximately two miles northwest of Crooks over Willow Creek. MOTION by Pekas, seconded by Beninga, to approve the Professional Services Agreement with Banner Associates, Inc. for the replacement of Structure #50-143-120, billed at an hourly rate with the total cost not to exceed $76,100. 5 ayes.
Shannon Ausen, with the City of Sioux Falls Public Works Office, requested support from Minnehaha County for a Programmatic Agreement among the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) and the South Dakota State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO) regarding the implementation of the proposed Sioux Falls West Corridor Project in Minnehaha and Lincoln Counties. The project extends from I-29 at the south end to I-90 at the north end and is parallel to and 1.5 miles to 2.5 miles west of I-29 for a length of approximately 11.5 miles. The agreement details the process of completing an archeological survey on the property and identifies responsibilities for FHWP, SHPO, SD Department of Transportation and the City of Sioux Falls. Minnehaha County, Lincoln County, City of Tea, and the Urbanized Development Commission of the Metropolitan Planning Organization are listed as concurring signatories who support the project. MOTION by Barth, seconded by Pekas, to authorize the Chairman to sign the West Corridor Programmatic Agreement. 5 ayes.
Ken McFarland, Commission Administrative Officer reported that the Sioux Falls Youth Hockey Association is in the final year of their lease agreement with the Sioux Empire Fair Association for the ice rink in the Expo Building at the W.H. Lyon Fairgrounds. The lease provides that upon termination, in consideration of the rents, covenants, and agreements that the equipment/assets described in Exhibit A of the lease will transfer to the Sioux Falls Youth Hockey Association. Mr. McFarland stated that commission action is needed to declare those items as surplus and authorize the donation of the items. Vince Jones representing the Sioux Falls Youth Hockey Association was present to answer any questions. MOTION by Beninga, seconded by Barth, to declare as surplus for purposes of donation to the Sioux Falls Youth Hockey Association which is a qualified 501C3 orgazination, the Zamboni, Zamboni blades and fuel tank; cooling system, compressor racks, pump skid (glycol pumps), condenser system, and all fixtures and equipment related to the cooling system for the ice rink, and plexiglass from the dasher boards. 5 ayes.
Ken McFarland, Commission Administration Officer, reported that negotiations for the contract awarded to Armor Correctional Health on January 14, 2014 for inmate health care and detoxification services, have been completed. WestCare is a nonprofit organization that will be sub-contracting with Armor Correctional Health to provide detoxification services. The contract consists of the following four main documents: 1) The Health Care Services Agreement between Armor Correctional Health Services, Inc. and Minnehaha County; 2) Exhibit A, Armor Correctional Health's original proposal, dated Friday December 6, 2013; 3) Exhibit B, Armor Correctional Health's projected budget for both Inmate Health and Residential Detoxification Services for 10 months in 2014, and all of 2015 and 2016; 4) Exhibit C, the Request for Proposals for Comprehensive Institutional Healthcare Services dated October 22, 2013 and issued by Minnehaha County. The initial term of the contract will commence on March 1, 2014 and run thru December 31, 2016. Thereafter, the contract provides for two one year renewals for the 2017 and 2018 contract periods. The anticipated cost for the initial term of the contract is as follows: 10 months in 2014, Jail $1,997,713 and Detox Center $364,176; 12 months in 2015, Jail $2,350,385 and Detox Center $409,924; 12 months in 2016, Jail $2,396,631 and Detox Center $418,123. MOTION by Barth, seconded by Pekas, to authorize the Chairman to sign the contract with Armor Correctional Health for Inmate Health Care and Detoxification Services. Richard Jimenez, Senior Vice President of WestCare, spoke about the partnership between WestCare and Armor Correctional Health. Don Morgan, Director of Program Development for Armor, stated that their job is to make the ideas for inmate health care and detoxification services contained in the request for proposal work. Vote on motion. 5 ayes.
Robert Litz, Auditor, gave a briefing on a resolution that would adjust the boundaries of Minnehaha County voting precincts VP-3, VP-5, and VP-15, so they conform to the existing election wards in the City of Brandon. MOTION by Barth, seconded by Kelly, to defer action one week. 5 ayes.
Robert Wilson, Assistant Commission Administrative Officer, gave an update and status report of the 89th Legislative Session on bills that impact Minnehaha County.
Commissioner Barth reported that at the January 27, 2014 Planning & Zoning Commission meeting an application for a conditional use permit for a bulk fuel depot in the Brower Addition of Hartford was denied due to the poor condition of the roads making them unable to support the traffic for this type of business.
Chairman Heiberger reported that the CPI for taxes payable in 2015 is 1.4% which will make next year's budget process extremely challenging.
Chairman Heiberger reported that the Chamber Executive Board met with Governor Daugaard last evening to discuss the Bank Franchise Tax.
MOTION by Barth, seconded by Pekas, to go into executive session for litigation discussion. 5 ayes.
The Commission adjourned until 5:00 p.m. on Tuesday, January 28, 2014.
Published once at the total approximate cost of $180.54.
1434716 Feb. 5, 2014
THE MINNEHAHA COUNTY COMMISSION CONVENED IN JOINT SESSION WITH THE SIOUX FALLS CITY COUNCIL AT 5:00 P.M., January 28, 2014 pursuant to adjournment on January 28, 2014. Commissioners present were: Barth, Heiberger, and Pekas. Commissioners Beninga and Kelly were absent. Also present was Cindy Jepsen, Commission Recorder.
City Council Members present: Aguilar, Erpenbach, Jamison, Karsky, Rolfing, Staggers, and Mayor Huether.
Chairman Heiberger called the meeting to order.
MOTION by Barth, seconded by Pekas, to approve the agenda. 3 ayes. City concurred.
Scott Anderson, Planning & Zoning Director, gave a briefing on proposed amendments to the 2002 Revised Ordinance for Minnehaha County and the City of Sioux Falls. The amendments were submitted by Nalini Payer that would amend Section 4.04 by adding Keeping Fowl to the list of conditional uses in the RR Rural Residential District, and Section 24.04 to adding Fowl as a new definition. The proposed amendments are comparable to the recently adopted revisions to the City of Sioux Falls Ordinances. The Joint Planning Commission voted unanimously to recommend approval of the amendments on November 25, 2013. MOTION by Barth, seconded by Pekas, to approve Ordinance MC30-33-14. 3 ayes. The entire ordinance is on file at the Minnehaha County Auditor's office. City concurred.
MOTION by Barth, seconded by Pekas to adjourn. 3 ayes. City concurred.
The Commission adjourned until 9:00 a.m. on Tuesday, February 4, 2014.
Published once at the total approximate cost of $17.07.
1434714 Feb. 5, 2014
NOTICE OF VACANCY
ON SCHOOL BOARD
BALTIC SCHOOL DISTRICT #49-1
The following school board positions will become vacant due to the expiration of the present terms of office of the following school board members:
One (1) three-year term-presently held by Scott Brende
Circulation of nominating petitions may begin on January 31, 2014 and petitions may be filed in the office of the business manager located at the Baltic School between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m., central standard time not later than February 28, 2014 at 5:00 p.m., or mailed by registered mail not later than February 28, 2014 at 5:00 p.m.
Published twice at the total approximate cost of $32.85.
1434943 Feb. 5 & 12, 2014