May 06. 2014 12:04PM
THE MINNEHAHA COUNTY COMMISSION CONVENED AT 9:00 A.M. April 29, 2014 pursuant to adjournment on April 22, 2014. Commissioners present were: Barth, Beninga, Heiberger, and Kelly. Commissioner Pekas was absent. 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 Barth, seconded by Beninga, to approve the agenda. 4 ayes.
Commissioner Pekas joined the meeting.
MOTION by Beninga, seconded by Barth, to approve the April 22, 2014 Commission Minutes and the April 22, 2014 Joint City/County Minutes. 5 ayes.
MOTION by Beninga, seconded by Barth, to approve a correction to the April 15, 2014 minutes to insert Resolution MC14-15 which was approved at that meeting. 5 ayes.
RESOLUTION MC 14-15
SPEED LIMIT CHANGE
ON PORTION OF 479th AVENUE
WHEREAS, the Minnehaha County Board of Commissioners has received a request from the Edison Township Board of Supervisors in Garretson, South Dakota to establish a temporary 45 miles per hour speed limit on 479th Avenue between 252nd Street and 254th Street for repairs and construction of bridges on Minnehaha County Road 121, with an estimated start date of April 21, 2014 and estimated completion date of September 18, 2014, and,
WHEREAS, SDCL 32-25-9.1 provides the authority for a board of county commissioners to establish speed limits within their respective jurisdictions, and,
WHEREAS, the Minnehaha County Commission believes it to be in the best interest of the traveling public to establish the speed limit as requested, now
THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, by the Minnehaha County Board of Commissioners that the speed limit on that portion of 479th Avenue between 252nd Street and 254th Street, Garretson, South Dakota, is hereby established at 45 miles per hour effective April 21, 2014 thru and until bridge project completion estimated at September 18, 2014.
Dated this 15th Day of April, 2014, at Sioux Falls, SD.
Deputy County Auditor
VOUCHERS TO BE PAID
MOTION by Pekas, seconded by Barth, to approve the following bills in the amount of $649,928.23. 5 ayes.
A To Z World Languag Interpreters 660.00, ABN Army Surplus Other Supplie 190.99, ABN Army Surplus Uniform Allow 195.00, Adhikari, Bhim Interpreters 165.07, Airway Service Inc Automotive/Sm 507.53, Albers, Brent Education & T 40.00, Arena Motel Co. Welfare - 700.00, Argus Leader Adver Publishing Fe 4,178.52, Association Of SD Mu Memberships 100.00, Association Of SD Mu Program Activ 102.00, At&T Nat'l Complianc Investigators 125.00, Automatic Security C Building Repa 95.00, Avera Health Informa Clinics Aux 116.40, Avera Health Plans Expenditures 1,787.41, Avera Health Plans I Cobra Insuran 1,031.18, Avera McKennan Behav Education & T 1,000.00, Avera McKennan Behav Other Profess 15.50, Avera McKennan Behav Professional 2,000.00, Avera McKennan Hosp Physicians 63.59, Avera McKennan Hospi Hospitals 5,793.48, Avera McKennan Hospi Physicians 3,456.91, Avera Medical Group- Other Profess 3,750.00, Avera Medical Group Physicians 178.44, Avera Radiology Other Profess 179.30, Avera Specialty Clin Physicians 95.34, Baltic Fire Dept Baltic F.D. 18,113.00, Belitz, Clarence H Welfare Rent 325.00, Bennett, Thomas L M Other Profess 350.00, Big Chief Inc Bldg. & Outsi 602.35, Billion's Gas,Oil,Diese 45.65, Braithwaite, Tacey E Bd Exp. Fees 2,244.00, Brandon Fire Dept Brandon F.D. 38,920.00, Bridgewood SD Inv II Welfare Rent 395.00, Brown & Saenger Office Suppli 223.82, Brown & Saenger Uniform Allow 39.96, BSC Holding Inc Road Material 20,395.90, Builders Supply Comp Building Repa 838.13, Buthe, DJ Business Trav 169.00, Campbell Supply Co I Bridge Repair 79.88, Carper, Nichole A Child Defense 1,484.00, Carroll Institute IVC Housing 18,555.00, Century Business Lea Lease-Rental 455.52, Century Business Pro Lease-Rental 833.90, Century Business Pro Maintenance C 548.03, Centurylink Detox 23.39, Centurylink Telephone 640.25, Chau Properties Llc Welfare Rent 500.00, Chemco, Inc. Child Care Fo 213.27, Chemco, Inc. Janitorial/ Ch 179.66, Chief Supply Vehicle Equip 680.00, Christopherson, Ande Attorney Fees 435.00, City Glass & Glazing Jail Repairs 983.00, Cna Surety Notary Exp 50.00, Colton Fire Dept Colton F.D. 17,376.00, Complete Property Ll Welfare Rent 500.00, Constellation New En Natural Gas 45,786.59, Counseling Resources Attorney Fees 200.00, Country View MHC Welfare Rent 297.00, Crescent Electric Su Electrical Re 335.92, Crooks Fire Dept Crooks F.D. 13,913.50, Dakota Fluid Power, Truck Repair 847.23, Dakota Police & Spor Volunteer Per 182.50, Dakotacare Cobra Ser Cobra Insuran 1,462.48, Dell Rapids Fire Dep Dell Rapids F 23,913.50, Dolan, Patrick Welfare Rent 450.00, Douglas County (SD) Return Of Ser 29.80, Eggert, Amber Business Trav 4.07, EH Hospitality Llc Motels 1,180.00, Election Systems & S Printing/Form 2,510.91, G & R Controls Inc Heat,Vent & A 8,821.00, Gann, Jamie Other Misc. R 150.00, Garnos, William Real Estate - 539.00, Garretson Fire Dept Garretson F.D 20,053.50, Garretson Fire Dept Sherman F.D. 2,802.50, Global Connect Telephone 34.15, Goebel Printing, Inc Office Suppli 266.86, Goebel Printing, Inc Printing/Form 215.90, Golden Creek Investo Welfare Rent 550.00, Grainger, Inc. Bldg/ Yard Rep 446.68, Grimms Pump & Indust Heat,Vent & A 288.18, Hartford Fire & Resc Hartford F.D. 30,717.50, Hartford's Best Pain Automotive/Sm 965.30, Heartland Paper Comp Kitchen/Clean 1,459.16, Heartstarters Llc Education & T 22.50, Helseth, Ramona G. Office Suppli 37.88, Heritage Funeral Hom Burials 1,000.00, High Plains Technolo Maintenance C 648.00, Hillyard, Inc. HHS Custodial 1,994.28, Hillyard, Inc. Janitorial/Ch 105.18, Hoekman, James Uniform Allow 371.70, Howalt-McDowell Insu Hazard Insura 5,499.00, Humboldt Fire Dept Humboldt F.D. 16,214.00, Hy-Vee Accounts Rece Pharmacies 99.98, Institutions Service Jail Repairs 358.86, Interstate Arms Corp Fed Drug Fund 946.51, Interstate Office Pr Office Suppli 855.42, Intoximeters, Inc. Safety & Resc 345.00, ISS Facility Svcs-Mi Contract Serv 11,058.00, Jaros, Pete Investigators 66.60, JCL Solutions-Janito Janitorial/Ch 216.88, JCL Solutions-Janito Kitchen/Clean 3,408.53, Je Llc Welfare Rent 335.00, Joat-Jesus Only Apos Welfare Rent 1,100.00, Johnson, Richard L Attorney Fees 345.75, Johnstone Supply Heat,Vent & A 1,189.86, Kennedy, Renee S Court Reporte 686.80, Khoroosi, Sam Attorney Fees 184.80, Language Testing Int Other Profess 50.00, Larson, Jeff Attorney Fees 609.00, Lason Systems Inc Microfilming 219.80, Lassegaard, Samuel C Welfare Rent 500.00, Lickide-Split Car Cl Automotive/Sm 360.00, Locators & Supplies, Road Maint. & 200.00, Luther, Jeff Medical Direc 2,500.00, Lutheran Social Svcs Interpreters 162.50, Lyons Fire Dept Lyons F.D. 6,095.50, Matheson Tri-Gas Inc Small Tools, 346.65, Mayer, Michael P Business Trav 78.00, Menards Bridge Repair 39.84, Metro Communications Clinics Aux 750.00, Microfilm Imaging Sy Furniture & O 230.00, MidAmerican Energy C Welfare Utili 993.64, Midwest Oil Company, Parts Invento 2,156.45, Miller Funeral Home, Burials 2,250.00, Misterek, Calleen Court Reporte 24.78, Mobile Electronic Se Communication 285.00, Morse Correctl Healt Contract Serv 1,221.18, Murray Properties, L Welfare Rent 1,385.00, Myers & Billion Llp Bd Exp. Fees 663.48, Narem, Inc Parts Invento 88.99, Narem, Inc Small Tools, 32.97, NE Dept Of Motor Veh Copy Fees 3.00, NE Dept Of Motor Veh Return Of Ser 3.00, Neve's Uniforms Uniform Allow 1,007.95, Nicholson, Tschetter Attorney Fees 1,850.24, Nielsen Ogdahl, Erin Attorney Fees 2,125.00, North Ridge Apartmen Welfare Rent 582.00, Northern States Supp Sign Supply/I 25.98, Nyberg's Ace Hardwar Other Supplie 31.96, Olson, Lloyd Business Trav 275.60, Parkview, Llc Welfare Rent 475.00, Pechous, Corey Business Trav 78.00, Pennington County Ja Extradition & 7,695.55, Pharmchem Inc Testing Suppl 588.00, Qualified Presort Se Postage 88.91, Quill Corp. Office Suppli 611.78, Raak Properties Llc Welfare Rent 450.00, Rapid City Regional Hospitals 1,216.00, Record Keepers, Inc. Other Profess 263.24, Reker, Zach Business Trav 78.00, Renner Fire Rescue Renner F.D. 13,058.00, Risty, Julie Office Suppli 18.54, River Tower Apartmen Welfare Rent 445.00, Russell, Dawn Crt R Court Reporte 41.40, Sanford Clinic Finan Other Miscell 22,806.00, Sanford Hospital Hospitals 19,275.17, Sanford Hospital Med Clinics Aux 45.54, Sanford Occupational Expenditures 394.14, Schreurs, John Welfare Rent 600.00, SD Dept Of Transport Contracted Co 7,068.24, SD Div Of Criminal I Professional 129.75, SD Human Services Ce Other Profess 24.20, Sentinel Offenders S Alternatives 2,608.56, Servall Towel & Line Janitorial/Ch 25.55, Servall Towel & Line Program Activ 77.61, Sheehan Mack Sales & Automotive/Sm 583.95, Shipley's Laundry & Program Activ 20.60, Siegel, Barnett, & S Attorney Fees 463.82, Silver Stone Group, Other Profess 5,000.00, Sioux Empire Fair As Other Miscell 12,500.00, Sioux Falls City Fin Gas,Oil,Diese 15,723.91, Sioux Falls City Fin HIDTA Grant 255.95, Sioux Falls City Fin Uniform Allow 287.81, Sioux Falls Two Way Communication 449.49, Sioux Falls Utilitie Building Repa 175.17, Sioux Falls Utilitie Electricity 8,777.90, Sioux Falls Utilitie Water Sewer 12,793.33, Sisson Printing, Inc Printing/Form 39.50, Southeastern Behavio Alternatives 2,150.00, Southeastern Electri Welfare Utili 211.59, Splitrock Fire Dept Split Rock F. 18,975.50, Springbrook II, Ltd Welfare Rent 500.00, Stan Houston Equipme Road Maint. & 61.00, Stoney Creek Townhom Amounts Held 390.00, Stoney Creek Townhom Welfare Rent 1,200.00, Stronghold Counselin Other Profess 435.00, Suretest Inc Professional 375.00, Tammen Oil Automotive/Sm 7.95, Tammen Oil Gas,Oil,Diese 116.27, Test Point Paramedic Blood Withdra 600.00, The Mitographers, In Truck Repair 160.37, Thomson Reuters We Legal Researc 2,476.10, Tires, Tires, Tires In Automotive/Sm 1,506.92, Tires,Tires,Tires In Gas,Oil,Diese 213.82, Trane Heat,Vent & A 1,198.68, TSP, Inc. Repair/Renova 706.25, Tuschen, Michael E Business Trav 78.00, United Parcel Servic Postage 19.58, University Products, Office Suppli 370.95, Valley Springs Fire Valley Spring 11,429.50, Vanderlinde, David/C Welfare Rent 400.00, Veracity Research, I Polygraph Fee 500.00, Vesely, Josh Business Trav 78.00, Volunteers Of Americ Alternatives 14,987.92, Wayne Township Wayne Twp. F. 10,543.50, Weerheim, Tom Attorney Fees 556.80, West Twelfth Propert Welfare Rent 550.00, Wheelco Brake & Supp Truck Repair 274.76, White, Ben Welfare Rent 213.00, Wilde, Bret Other Supplie 741.00, Wilka & Welter Llp Child Defense 428.00, Xcel Energy, Inc. Electricity 53,473.75, Xcel Energy, Inc. Road Maint. & 31.58, Xcel Energy, Inc. Welfare Utili 3,319.77, Yellow Cab Inc Transportatio 27.42
MOTION by Pekas, seconded by Beninga, to approve the following personnel changes. 5 ayes.
1. To hire Jerald Hebert as Technical Analyst (19/3) for Information Technology at $24.07/hour effective 4/30/14.
2. To hire Eric Anderson as Juvenile Correctional Officer I (12/1) for the Juvenile Detention Center at $16.21/hour effective 4/30/14.
3. To hire Barbara Slater and Richard Engel as temporary, part-time Election Workers for the Auditor's Office at $10.00/hour effective 4/29/14.
4. To hire Morris Gjoraas as temporary, part-time Parks Worker for the Parks Department at $11.75/hour effective 4/28/14 to 10/15/14.
5. To accept the resignation of Rebecca Miller as Correctional Officer for the Jail effective 4/24/14.
6. To accept the retirement of Patrick Murphy as Civil Process Server for the Sheriff's Office effective 5/1/14.
Step Increases Due
1. Jennifer Stanley - Correctional Officer - Jail - 13/11 to 13/12 - 4/21/14 - $22.35/hour
2. Rick Lohnes - Correctional Officer - Jail - 13/13 to 13/14 - 4/21/14 - $23.48/hour
3. Debra Knudsen - Administrative Assistant - Extension - 12/3 to 12/4 - 3/1/14 - $17.46/hour
Jen Adix, Human Resource Generalist, gave a briefing on the proposed 2014 Affirmative Action Plan. The document includes two separate plans in accordance with The Office for Federal Contract Compliance Programs. One plan is for women and minorities and the other is for veterans and individuals with disabilities. It also includes a work force analysis, job group analysis, policy reviews, and action oriented programs.
MOTION by Barth, seconded by Kelly, to approve abatement of 2013 Property Taxes for RDID 78715, $983.36, representing owner occupied status. 5 ayes.
MOTION by Pekas, seconded by Barth, to authorize the Auditor to publish Notice to Bidders for Architectural Services for Pre-Design Work, Development of Site Master Plan, and Preparation of Preliminary Cost Estimates for Various Construction Options for Minnehaha County Jail Expansion Needs. 5 ayes.
Commissioner Pekas gave a briefing on a request for compromise of lien for DPNO 37170 in the amount of $3,386.08. The lien is solely in the name of the applicant's ex-wife and is for medical services she received prior to their marriage. The applicant is in the process of selling his home and a title search identified the lien against his home. The applicant requests a compromise and release of the lien only as it applies to the real property legally described as N 1/2 Vacated Alley Lying Adjacent and Lots 17, 18, & 19, Block 8, Lyons Village Addition 103-50 Lyons Township, 329 4th Street, Lyons, SD 57041. The lien is to remain in effect against the applicant's ex-wife only. MOTION by Pekas, seconded by Barth, to approve Resolution MC14-20. 5 ayes.
WHEREAS, a County Aid Lien in the amount of $3,386.08 purports to exist in favor of Minnehaha County and against DPNO 37170 as Lienee, and
WHEREAS, said lienee has filed an application with the County Auditor stating such facts as provided for by Law,
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that after due consideration of the circumstances the Board of County Commissioners finds it advisable and proper to authorize the Chairman of the County Board and the County Auditor to execute the following:
Compromise and release the lien with no payment only against the real property legally described as N1/2 Vacated Alley Lying Adjacent and Lots 17, 18, & 19, Block 8, Lyons Village Addition 103-50 Lyons Township, leaving the lien in force against the individual.
Dated at Sioux Falls, South Dakota, this 29th day of April, 2014.
Deputy County Auditor
Chairman Heiberger passed the gavel to Vice-Chairman Pekas
Bob Kolbe, Sioux Falls resident, stated that local county history has taken a big hit this past month with the passing of Sandra Aamlid, Dr. Carl Wagner, and Dr. Thomas Killian. Mr. Kolbe also commented on the book "Twelve Thousand Years of Human History".
MOTION by Beninga, seconded by Barth, to approve an application to Consume/Blend Alcoholic Beverages for the Mary Jo Wegner Arboretum, 1900 Perry Place, Sioux Falls, SD, for their fundraiser on May 20, 2014. 5 ayes. Lori Kiesow was present to answer any question.
Nick Fosheim, 200 N. Philips Ave., Sioux Falls, SD, Executive Director of the Lincoln & Minnehaha County Economic Development Associations, gave a briefing and update on the current activities of the associations. Mr. Fosheim reported that 2014 is off to a strong start and there has been more than $5 million invested by companies with 130 new jobs projected to result from those investments. There has been a 14% increase in total taxable sales over the same period last year. Mr. Fosheim also reported that a Governor's Workforce Summit will be held in Sioux Falls on June 17, 2014 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and pre-registration is required at www.southdakotawins.com/workforcesummits.
Chairman Heiberger left the meeting.
DJ Buthe, Highway Superintendent, gave a briefing on an agreement with HDR Engineering, Inc. for Construction Administration of Structure 50-300-118. The project involves rehabilitation of the structure by repairing deficiencies of the existing deck and overlaying the entire deck surface with new concrete pavement. The structure crosses Split Rock Creek approximately 1 mile west and 3 miles south of Garretson on 484th Avenue. MOTION by Barth, seconded by Beninga, to authorize the Chairman to sign the agreement for Professional Services with HDR Engineering, Inc. for Construction Administration of Structure 50-300-118 in the amount not to exceed $26,534.60. 4 ayes.
At the request of DJ Buthe, Highway Superintendent, MOTION by Barth, seconded by Beninga, to approve the purchase of concrete pipe (culverts) off a bid awarded on March 4, 2014 by Lincoln County to Hancock Concrete Products, Inc. 4 ayes. The price will be valid until March 4, 2015.
Commissioner Barth left the meeting.
Jeff Gromer, Warden, gave a briefing on an amendment to the Inmate Telephone Agreement with Inmate Calling Solutions, LLC dba ICSolutions. The amendment changes the rate inmates are charged for certain types of phone calls from the current rate of $0.25 per minute to $0.21 per minute. The change is needed to bring the contract into compliance with new Federal Communications Commission rules. The amendment has no effect on Minnehaha County's guaranteed minimum commission rate that is included in the original contract. MOTION by Beninga, seconded by Kelly, to authorize the Chairman to sign the amendment to the Inmate Telephone Agreement with ICSolutions. 3 ayes.
Commissioner Barth re-joined the meeting.
Commissioner Barth reported that the Planning & Zoning Commission met on April 28th and they approved a Conditional Use Permit for a bulk fuel storage facility south of Hartford, SD. Mr. Barth also commented on the need for having more than three commissioners present at joint City/County meetings.
Commissioner Barth commented on the increase in crime in Sioux Falls and on the pharmaceutical drug problem. Commissioner Kelly stated that there should be a summit meeting of the officials involved in public safety that include the Sheriff, Public Defender, Public Advocate, State's Attorney, and Police Chief to see if there is something that can be done to address the problem.
Robert Wilson, Assistant Commission Administrative Officer, reported that the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Army Corps) jointly released a proposed rule to clarify protection under the Clean Water Act for streams and wetlands that form on the foundation of the nation's water resources. There is a concern from the National Association of County Officials that the proposed rule could have significant impact on streams, tributaries, and ditches that are currently under the jurisdiction of County Planning & Zoning Departments. The Commissioners requested that the Commission Office draft a letter stating concern over the proposed rule to send to our elected officials. Mr. Wilson stated that he will see that a letter is drafted for the commission's review and approval.
MOTION by Barth, seconded by Beninga, to go into executive session for contract negotiations. 5 ayes.
The Commission adjourned until 9:00 a.m. on Tuesday, May 6, 2014.
Published at the total approximate cost of $182.49.
1440306 May 7, 2014
Request for Proposals
Architect Services for Pre-Design Work, Development of Site
Master Plan, and Preparation of
Preliminary Cost Estimates for
Various Construction Options
for Minnehaha County Jail
Proposals will be received by the Board of Commissioners of Minnehaha County at the office of the County Auditor, 415 N. Dakota Avenue, Sioux Falls, South Dakota 57104 until 2:00 p.m., on Thursday, June 26, 2014, from individuals or firms interested in providing professional architect services for pre-design work, development of a site master plan, and preparation of preliminary cost estimates for various construction options for Minnehaha County jail expansion needs. Proposals will be evaluated by a proposal review committee and a selection recommendation will be made to the Minnehaha County Board of Commissioners at a regular meeting of the Commission.
All proposals shall be made in accordance with the specifications detailed in the Request for Proposals. The Request for Proposal specifications have been placed on file and may be reviewed at the Office of the Minnehaha County Auditor, Minnehaha County Administration Building, 415 N. Dakota Avenue, Sioux Falls, South Dakota, 57104 or on the county's web site located at minnehahacounty.org.
The Board of County Commissioners, reserves the right to waive any irregularities deemed advantageous to the County, to reject any and all proposals, and to negotiate with the most qualified individual or firm submitting a proposal.
Published at the total approximate cost of $16.48.
1440305 May 7, 2014
School Board Proceedings
The Dell Rapids School District Board of Education met Monday, April 28, 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; Jay Nelson, Elementary Principal/SPED Director; Fran Ruesink, Middle School Principal/ Transportation Director; Kim Kludt, High School Principal/Curriculum Director; Jeff Dvorak, Activities Director; Jessica Ostwald, Haven Director; Matt Larson; Gerald Ray; Kim Gaul; Lisa Hofer.
President Morris called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m. and the Pledge of Allegiance was recited.
14-120 Motion by Stofferahn, seconded by Randall, to approve the agenda as published. All voted aye.
Business Manager Littel reported on potential termination costs if the district discontinues health insurance with the current provider. Wellmark is preparing a quote for the district's coverage. A special board meeting will be called to discuss the district's health insurance renewal after the quote is received.
Superintendent Schultz presented food service contract renewal information. A student survey was reviewed. The board requested that Lunchtime Solutions present an action plan for improvement at the second May board meeting.
The board discussed possible revisions to Policy JECAA - Dual Enrollment. A committee will be formed to develop a process to determine co-curricular eligibility for alternative instruction students, and the policy will be reviewed again later in the summer.
Jessica Ostwald reported on Haven fundraisers, attendance, and the summer program.
Jay Nelson reported on Title I Fun Night, kindergarten screening, Smarter Balanced testing, elementary field trips, Jump Rope for Heart, and the Ground Works project.
Fran Ruesink reported on Smarter Balanced testing, SD My Life, middle school year-end activities, staff professional development, science fair, and Club Med.
Kim Kludt reported on the Band/Choir Chicago trip, Smarter Balanced testing, the NHS banquet, and the Governor's Dual Credit Program.
Superintendent Schultz reported that August Geisinger from Homeland Security is assisting the district with local safety planning.
The board authorized the superintendent's cabinet to review the district's mission, vision, and goals.
14-121 Motion by Weiland, seconded by Schumaker, to go into executive session at 9:05 p.m. in accordance with SDCL 1-25-2(4). All voted aye.
Morris declared the board out of executive session at 10:50 p.m. and adjourned the meeting.
Barbara Littel, Business Manager
Tom Morris, President
(unofficial until approved by the
Board of Education)
Published once at the total approximate cost of $37.26.
1440225 May 7, 2014
NOTICE OF DEADLINE FOR VOTER REGISTRATION
Voter registration for the Primary Election to be held on June 3, 2014 will close on May 19, 2014. Failure to register by this date will cause forfeiture of voting rights for this election. If you are in doubt about whether you are registered, call the County Auditor's Office at 367-4220.
Registration may be completed at the Minnehaha County Auditor's Office, County Administration Building, 415 N. Dakota Ave, Sioux Falls from 8 am to 5 pm Monday through Friday.
Registration may also be completed during regular business hours at municipal finance offices, the Secretary of State's office, and at those locations which provide driver's licenses, food stamps, TANF, WIC, military recruitment, and assistance to the disabled as provided by the Department of Human Services. You may contact the county auditor to request a mail-in registration form or access a mail-in form at www.minnehahacounty.org.
Voters with disabilities may contact the Auditor's Office, 367-4220, for information and special assistance in voter registration, absentee voting, or polling place accessibility.
Minnehaha County Auditor
Published twice at the total approximate cost of $23.51.
1439827 Apr. 30 & May 7, 2014