May 21. 2014 1:58PM
NOTICE OF TESTING
Notice is hereby given that Minnehaha County's optical scan voting system will be tested to ascertain that it will correctly count the votes for the June 3, 2014 Primary Election. The test will be conducted on May 28th at 10:00 am in the Multi-Purpose Room, 1st Floor of the County Administration Building, 415 N Dakota Ave, Sioux Falls.
Minnehaha County Auditor
Published once at the total approximate cost of $4.98.
1441433 May 21, 2014
NOTICE OF PRIMARY ELECTION
A Primary Election will be held on Tuesday, June 3, 2014, in all the voting precincts in Minnehaha County. The election polls will be open from 7:00 am to 7:00 pm on the day of the election. The polling place in each precinct of this county is as follows:
1-2, St Mark's Lutheran Church; 1-3, O'Gorman High School; 1-4/1-5, Active Generations; 1-6, Sunnycrest United Methodist Church; 1-8, Kuehn Community Center (Oscar Howe); 1-9, Peace Lutheran Church; 1-10/1-17, JFK School; 2-1, VFW Post 628; 2-2, Ronning Branch Library; 2-3, Morningside Community Center (Harvey Dunn); 2-4, Holy Apostles Episcopal Church; 2-6, Westminster Presbyterian; 2-7, Lord of Life Lutheran Church; 2-8, Prince of Peace Retirement Center; 2-9, Calvary Assembly of God Church; 2-14, John Harris Elementary; 3-5, Sioux Falls Arena; 3-6, Augustana Lutheran; 3-7/3-8, Trinity Baptist Church; 3-9, Girl Scouts Dakota Horizons; 3-10/3-16, Memorial Middle School; 3-11, Church at the Gate; 3-12/VP-6, MariCar Community Center (Hayward); 3-14, Career Technical Education; 3-15, Saint Michael's Catholic Church; 3-17, Prairie West Library; 4-1/5-15, Sioux Falls Main Library; 4-2, Emmanuel Baptist Church; 4-3, Terry Redlin Elementary School; 4-4, Wesley United Methodist Church; 4-5, Fire Station # 7; 4-6, Laura B Anderson School; 4-7/4-8, Kenny Anderson Community Center; 4-9, Grace Lutheran Church; 4-10, Saint Lambert's Catholic Church; 4-11, Wild Flower Presbyterian Church; 4-12, Hilltop United Methodist Church; 5-1/5-2, First Lutheran Church; 5-3, Zion Lutheran Church; 5-4, Longfellow School; 5-6, Hope Lutheran Church; 5-7, Patrick Henry Middle School; 5-8/12/13, Instructional Planning Center; 5-9, Our Savior's Lutheran Church; 5-10, First Presbyterian Church; 5-11, Volunteers of America; 5-14, Jefferson Elementary School; 5-17, Asbury United Methodist Church; 5-18, Hawthorne Elementary; VP-1, Valley Springs Elementary School; VP-2, Split Rock Fire Station; VP-3, Brandon Municipal Golf Course (Ward 3); VP-4, Mapleton Township Hall; VP-5, Brandon City Hall (Ward 1); VP-7, Hartford City Hall; VP-8, Humboldt Community Center; VP-9, Baltic Elementary Gymnasium; VP-10, Garretson Senior Citizens Center; VP-11/21, Lutheran Church of Dell Rapids; VP-12, Heesch Farm; VP-13, Taopi Community Hall, Colton; VP-15, Brandon Fire Station (Ward 2); VP-16, Crooks Community Center; VP-17, Wall Lake Township Hall
Voters with disabilities may contact the Auditor's office, 367-4220 TDD/Voice, for information and special assistance in absentee voting or polling place accessibility.
Minnehaha County Auditor
Published at the approximate cost of $48.15.
1441219 May 21 & 28, 2014
THE MINNEHAHA COUNTY COMMISSION CONVENED AT 9:00 A.M. May 13, 2014 pursuant to adjournment on May 6, 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 Beninga, seconded by Barth, to approve the agenda. 4 ayes.
MOTION by Barth, seconded by Beninga, to approve the May 6, 2014 Commission Minutes. 4 ayes.
VOUCHERS TO BE PAID
MOTION by Beninga, seconded by Barth, to approve the following bills in the amount of $238,048.49. 4 ayes.
A & B Business Equip Lease-Rental 235.36, A & B Business Equip Maintenance C 613.09, A & B Business Equip Office Equipm 71.31, A To Z World Languag Interpreters 980.00, A-Ox Welding Supp Co Lease-Rental 10.60, A-Ox Welding Supp Co Safety & Resc 66.21, Amazon.Com Books 33.09, Amazon.Com Data Processi 252.36, ABC Rentals Grounds & Par 149.20, Action Electric Co. Road Maint. & 267.86, Adhikari, Bhim Interpreters 100.00, Advance Auto Parts Automotive/Sm 13.99, Advance Auto Parts Correction Ct 64.24, Advant Rentacar Toll Business Trav 29.80, Airway Service Inc Automotive/Sm 156.44, Ala*Allegiant Air Extradition & 682.50, Alcohol Monitoring S Alternatives 149.60, Allied Oil & Tire Co Automotive/Sm 1,600.08, Allied Oil & Tire Co Truck Repair/ 41.00, Amazon Mktplace Pmts Books 68.99, Amazon Mktplace Pmts Data Processi 1,475.90, Amazon Mktplace Pmts Education & T 32.94, Amazon Mktplace Pmts Engineering S 35.56, Amazon Mktplace Pmts Office Suppli 300.95, American Alexandria Business Trav 217.56, American Planning As Other Miscell 250.00, Anderson, Carol Welfare Rent 400.00, Anderson, Scott A. Business Trav 844.94, Arena Motel Motels 45.00, Around The Clock Dra Building Repa 279.95, Automatic Building C Bldg. & Outsi 1,974.72, Avera McKennan Hospi Hospitals 1,824.00, Banner Associates In Architects & 5,769.64, Barnett, Donald J Welfare Rent 500.00, Best Buy Data Processi 67.99, Billion's Other Profess 103.72, Birmingham & Cwach L Attorney Fees 533.22, Bizcom Electronics Heat,Vent & A 82.19, Bizcom Electronics Small Tools, 315.19, BLT Property Mgmt Ll Welfare Rent 600.00, Border States Electr Jail Repairs 324.79, Bourne, Anna Bd Evaluation 520.00, Boyd, Michelle Education & T 52.00, Boyer Trucks Sioux F Heavy Eq. Rep 92.86, Bp Products North Am Education & T 86.02, Bp Products North Am Gas,Oil,Diese 60.50, Bp Products North Am HIDTA Grant 59.41, Braithwaite, Tacey E Bd Exp. Fees 680.00, Brevik Law Office Pr Attorney Fees 214.82, Brooks Townhomes Lp Welfare Rent 1,373.00, Brower, Richard Welfare Rent 600.00, Builders Supply Comp HHS Maintenan 129.00, Builders Supply Comp Jail Repairs 337.45, Bureau Of Informatio Detox 19.58, Bureau Of Informatio Telephone 1,037.08, Burleigh County (ND) Return Of Ser 14.00, Buttke, Pam Other Misc. R 400.00, C & J Inc Dba Bldg/Yard Rep 99.00, Cambridge Partnershi Welfare Rent 1,400.00, Campbell Supply Co I Building Repa 97.50, Campbell Supply Co I Motor/Machine 50.38, Campbell Supply Co I Plumbing & We 492.53, Campbell Supply Co I Small Tools, 59.00, Canda Properties Llc Welfare Rent 600.00, Carlson, Lisa Court Reporte 11.40, Carper, Nichole A Attorney Fees 461.00, Carper, Nichole A Child Defense 1,121.00, Cathedral Heights Pt Welfare Rent 300.00, Cbcinnovis Inc Recruitment 8.65, CBM Managed Services Board Of Pris 9,721.17, CBM Managed Services Child Care Fo 3,347.10, CDX Holdings Welfare Rent 950.00, Center For Family Me Clinics Aux 804.00, Century Business Lea Lease-Rental 359.59, Century Business Pro Lease-Rental 165.80, Century Business Pro Maintenance C 62.28, Chevron Gas,Oil,Diese 51.85, CHS Retail Education & T -101.00, City Centre Hotel Co Witness Fees 261.94, City Glass & Glazing HHS Maintenan 270.03, Clark Education & T 23.96, Cliff Avenue Auto Pa Truck Repair 6.58, Cody, Denise Bd Exp. Fees 88.50, Cole Papers, Inc. Janitorial/Ch 1,052.14, Connecting Point Data Processi 273.75, Crescent Electric Su Electrical Re 56.85, Dakota Data Shred Trash Removal 293.55, Dakota Fluid Power, Heavy Eq. Rep 250.70, Dakota Fluid Power, Truck Repair 40.46, Dakota Security Syst Building Repa 42.76, Dakotaland Autoglass Automotive/ Sm 79.98, Daybreak/T & H Conve Gas,Oil,Diese 72.35, Decastro Law Office, Attorney Fees 4,388.10, Delta Air Business Trav 50.00, Delta Air Education & T 560.50, Dey Appliance Plumbing & We -44.83, Dicks Sporting Goods Park/ Recreati -137.79, Dollar General Child Care It 12.00, Donovan's Hobby & Sc Volunteer Per 438.22, Dust Tex Service Inc Maintenance C 33.84, Eastern Farmers Coop Education & T 371.00, EH Hospitality Llc Co. Welfare - 185.00, EH Hospitality Llc Motels 1,170.00, Ekeren, Marvin R. Bd Exp. Fees 52.50, Enterprise Rent-A-Ca Extradition & 73.79, Erpenbach, John E Bd Evaluation 315.00, Erpenbach, John E Recruitment 125.00, Espeland Small Engin Automotive/ Sm 36.00, Etc/Expo For Her Mag Advertising 350.00, Ex Machina Publishin Store Invento 386.85, Expedia Extradition & 83.77, Exxonmobil Gas,Oil,Diese 67.83, Family Visitation Ct Other Misc. R 150.00, Fareway Stores, Inc Supplemental 44.60, Fastenal Company Building Repa 10.27, First Dakota Nationa 2012 HLS Grant 3,331.25, Fisher, Kendall Welfare Rent 700.00, Fox, Youngberg & Lew Attorney Fees 1,100.49, Frantzen, Paige Depositions 33.75, Fred The Fixer Inc Building Repa 14.00, Fred The Fixer Inc Jail Repairs 16.00, Fresh Start Convenie Gas,Oil,Diese 20.00, Frieberg, Nelson & A Hospitals 37.00, Friest, Eileen Welfare Rent 450.00, G & H Repair Motor/Machine 223.00, G & R Controls Inc Building Repa 593.37, G & R Controls Inc Education & T 2,790.00, G & R Controls Inc Heat,Vent & A 2,587.03, G And H Distributing Jail Repairs 28.45, Galls Intern Child Care It 57.97, Gannett NSSC/Sioux F Books 314.49, Gannett NSSC/Sioux F Child Care It 40.44, Gannett NSSC/Sioux F Office Suppli 14.29, Gannett NSSC/Sioux F Other Miscell 31.72, Gannett NSSC/ Sioux F Other Profess 39.62, Gas Lite Manor Ltd P Welfare Rent 165.50, Geotek Engineering & Building Repa 35.00, Gideons Promise Education & T 200.00, Global Connect Other Medical 4.10, Go Airport Shuttle Business Trav 30.00, Goebel Printing, Inc Printing/Form 20.00, Golden West Telephone 166.16, Grainger, Inc. Electrical Re 126.50, Grainger, Inc. HHS Maintenan 231.20, Grainger, Inc. Jail Repairs 51.28, Grainger, Inc. Small Tools, 229.08, Graybar Electric Plumbing & We 64.89, Graybar Electric VOA Dakotas 128.40, Great Plains Psychol Psych Evals 2,363.45, Green Eggs And Ram Communication 199.96, Guzman, Sandra V. Interpreters 275.00, Hampton Inn Maplegro Business Trav 681.48, Hander, Inc. Building Repa 196.68, Hanson, Michael W. Child Defense 789.00, Harmelink,Fox & Ravn Attorney Fees 298.75, Harold's Photo Cente Program Activ 10.56, Hillyard, Inc. Janitorial/Ch 105.18, Hilton Garden Inn Business Trav 122.08, Hilton Hotels Business Trav 303.90, Hoekstra, Denise A. Court Reporte 123.00, Hofer, Charlotte Db Welfare Rent 400.00, Holiday Inn Express Business Trav 129.71, Hy-Vee Accounts Rece Postage 12.35, Hy-Vee Accounts Rece Supplemental 70.01, Ideal Yardware Grounds & Par 593.96, Ideal Yardware Motor/Machine 82.63, Ideal Yardware Small Tools, 854.38, Industrial Supply Co Jail Repairs 10.94, Innovative Housing S Welfare Rent 355.00, Institutions Service Jail Repairs 438.35, Int'l Code Council, Office Suppli 27.08, Interstate All Batte Small Tools, 5.97, Interstate Office Pr Amounts Held 109.90, Interstate Office Pr Furniture & O 54.99, Interstate Office Pr Office Equipm 571.72, Interstate Office Pr Office Suppli 2,024.70, Interstate Office Pr Other Supplie 59.74, ISI Llc Interpreters 80.00, J.C. Penney Company, Uniform Allow 59.97, Jack's Sinclair Gas,Oil,Diese 118.98, JC Self Storage Welfare Rent 500.00, JCL Solutions-Janito Janitorial/Ch 5,209.20, JH Larson Company Building Repa 149.06, JH Larson Company Electrical Re 38.14, Jim & Ron's Service Other Profess 287.50, Jim Bork Enterprises Printing/Form 525.00, Joann Fabric Program Activ 57.84, John Henry Foster Heat,Vent & A 717.27, Johnson, Heidepriem, Child Defense 2,335.90, Kelolandemployment.C Printing/ Form 99.00, Kelolandemployment.C Publishing Fe 277.00, Kmart Other Supplie 25.96, Kmart Pharmacy Pharmacies 236.72, Kmart Pharmacy Pharmacies 235.96, Knology Inc Dba W Telephone 59.04, Koch, John Dba Welfare Rent 495.00, Kohl's Department St Uniform Allow 129.96, Kolb, Charles J Welfare Rent 500.00, Koletzky, Sherlyn Attorney Fees 203.20, Kone, Inc. Other Profess 57.16, Kuhle, Donald Welfare Rent 575.00, Kum & Go HIDTA Grant 26.06, Kwik Trip Gas,Oil,Diese 56.25, La Police Gear Inc Uniform Allow 152.94, Lacey Rentals Inc Lease-Rental 100.00, Lacroix, Heather Attorney Fees 249.69, Lake States Environm VOA Dakotas 150.00, Lands End Bus Outfit Other Miscell 100.70, Larson, Jeff Attorney Fees 643.80, Lassegaard, Samuel C Welfare Rent 775.00, Lauric Enterprises I Education & T 124.00, Lawson Products Small Tools, 212.31, Lewis Drug Stores Clinics Aux 23.97, Lewis Drug Stores Office Suppli 37.35, Lewis Drug Stores Postage 22.90, Lewno, Lucy Bd Exp. Fees 771.71, Lexjet Exhibit Mater 747.00, Love S Country Gas,Oil,Diese 69.72, Lowes Credit Service Bldg/Yard Rep 33.23, Lutheran Social Svcs Interpreters 937.50, Mac's, Inc. Bldg/Yard Rep 16.36, Mac's, Inc. Bridge Repair 8.10, Madison Square Ptnrs Welfare Rent 400.00, Malloy Electric Bear Heat,Vent & A 17.04, Malloy Electric Bear Motor/Machine 30.82, Marberg, Richard Book Repair/A 2,083.42, Matheson Tri-Gas Inc Gas,Oil,Diese 21.54, Matheson Tri-Gas Inc Lease-Rental 21.44, Maxwell Food Equipme Other Profess 110.15, McKissock, Lp Education & T 149.95, Med Tech Wristbands Child Care It 92.25, Meile-Rasmussen, Jac Business Trav 29.60, Menards East Building Repa 164.91, Menards East Heat,Vent & A 12.97, Menards East Plumbing & We 15.99, Menards East Small Tools, 93.36, Metro Communications Clinics Aux 390.00, Microfilm Imaging Sy Furniture & O 230.00, Microfilm Imaging Sy Lease-Rental 400.00, Microfilm Imaging Sy Maintenance C 300.00, MidAmerican Energy C Natural Gas 354.82, MidAmerican Energy C Welfare Utili 308.22, Midwest Alarm Compan Data Processi 1,050.00, Midwest Oil Company, Truck Repair 285.60, Midwest Residential Welfare Rent 600.00, Mikelson, Gary E Attorney Fees 388.20, Milstead, Michael W Education & T 52.00, Minglewood Studios Store Invento 339.50, Minnehaha Community Park/Recreati 25.00, Minnehaha Community Tea-Ellis Ran 25.00, Mobile Electronic Se HIDTA Grant 570.00, Monick Pipe & Supply HHS Maintenan 16.96, Monick Pipe & Supply VOA Dakotas 533.10, Moore Medical Llc We Clinics Aux 43.68, Mtg Locating & Utili Electrical Re 323.20, Multi-Cultural Cente Interpreters 1,251.25, Murray Properties, L Welfare Rent 1,635.00, Myfloridacounty.Com Court Reporte 12.42, NACDL Memberships 266.00, Narem, Inc Parts Invento 64.56, Narem, Inc Small Tools, 26.03, Neve's Uniforms Volunteer Per 103.60, Newegg.Com Inc Data Processi 1,572.69, Newegg.Com Inc Hazmat Commit 183.65, Nicholson, Tschetter Attorney Fees 1,866.15, No Skidding Products Building Repa 35.14, Novak Sanitary Servi Tea-Ellis Ran 67.00, Novak Sanitary Servi Trash Removal 2,662.21, Nyberg's Ace Hardwar Building Repa 7.09, Nyberg's Ace Hardwar Jail Repairs 94.24, Nyberg's Ace Hardwar Plumbing & We -37.54, Offerdahl, Vern Welfare Rent 600.00, Office Depot, Inc. Office Suppli 735.09, Officemax Building Repa 59.98, Officemax Data Processi 19.99, Officemax Office Suppli 63.96, Olson Oil Co. Automotive/Sm 8.75, Omnicare Clinics Aux 629.92, Overhead Door Compan Jail Repairs 662.25, Oww*Cheaptix Other Profess 40.00, Palmer, Barbara Bd Evaluation 3,442.50, Paradise Bakery And Extradition & 9.36, Parkview, Llc Welfare Rent 505.00, Pastperfect Software Program Activ 250.00, Paulson, Michael H Welfare Rent 600.00, Paypal Building Repa -335.30, Paypal Data Processi 124.94, Paypal Data Processi 17.84, Paypal Education & T 180.00, Pecaut, Jon Dba Pec Welfare Rent 600.00, Pfeifer Implement Co Automotive/Sm 533.16, Pfeifer Implement Co Motor / Machine 329.86, Pheasantland Industr Printing/Form 359.05, Pheasantland Industr Sign Supply/I 571.10, Phillips 66 Company Gas,Oil,Diese 153.61, Phoenix Supply Llc Child Care It 385.51, Phoenix Supply Llc Child Care Un 393.34, Pierre Parkside Deve Business Trav 181.98, Pollard & Larson Llp Attorney Fees 912.25, Presto-X-Company Outside Repai 270.90, Qt 587 Extradition & 20.50, Qt 587 Gas,Oil,Diese 68.60, Qualified Presort Se Kitchen/Clean 5.31, Qualified Presort Se Postage 3,655.36, Quinn, Molly Business Trav 11.69, R & L Supply, Ltd Plumbing & We 299.33, Ramada Inn Business Trav 204.00, Ramada Inn Education & T 55.25, Ramada Inn SCAAP Funds 102.00, Ramkota Inn Business Trav 220.98, RDO Equipment Co. Heavy Eq. Rep 18.21, Record Keepers, Inc. Records Stora 4,415.47, Reker, Vicki Business Trav 7.26, Residence Inns KC Ai HIDTA Grant 186.42, Retail Data Systems Office Suppli 54.00, Rhomar Industries In Small Tools, 188.32, Richard-Ewing Equipm Jail Repairs 663.75, Robsons Inc Dba Rob Jail Repairs 16.98, Rochester Armored Ca Armored Car S 379.50, Sachchidanand Hospit Co. Welfare - 249.00, Salem, Calvin L Welfare Rent 376.00, Sanford Hospital Hospitals 2,985.80, Scheels All Sports Expenditures 100.00, Scheels All Sports Uniform Allow 75.00, Schuneman Equip Motor/Machine 40.24, Scotty's Automotive Automotive/Sm 35.50, SD Dept Of Public Sa Other Miscell 150.00, SD Dept Of Revenue Bulletin Boar 93.23, SD Dept Of Revenue Fingerprint/T 153.54, SD Dept Of Revenue Gis Revenue 3.11, SD Dept Of Revenue Misc. Auditor 11.66, SD Dept Of Revenue Misc. Dir. Eq 28.92, SD Dept Of Revenue Misc. Informa 7.13, SD Dept Of Revenue Misc. Treasur 3.02, SD Dept Of Revenue Other Misc. R 71.80, SD Dept Of Transport Education & T 150.00, Secured Account Data Processi 256.17, Sehr, Francis J/Sehr Welfare Rent 650.00, Servall Towel & Line Janitorial/Ch 22.05, Servall Towel & Line Program Activ 41.27, SF Leased Housing As Welfare Rent 687.00, Shell Oil Business Trav 71.00, Shell Oil Gas,Oil,Diese 118.96, Shell Oil Gas,Oil,Diese 37.47, Sherwin Williams Bridge Repair 48.92, Sherwin Williams Building Repa 13.12, Sherwin Williams Repair/Renova 127.39, Shopko Store Park/Recreati 4.00, Shopko Store Supplemental 53.97, Sigler Fire Equipmen Bldg. & Outsi 539.58, Simonson Stati Business Trav 41.00, Sioux Falls Ford, In Automobiles 24,081.00, Sioux Falls Rubber S Office Suppli 2.75, Sioux Falls Utilitie Welfare Utili 661.28, Sioux Valley Energy Welfare Utili 160.00, Solomon, Ghirmay Interpreters 274.99, Southeastern Electri Welfare Utili 417.00, Spa 2000 Expenditures 40.00, Sq*Fl@Goairportshutt Business Trav 110.00, Stan Houston Equipme Bridge Repair 2,282.50, Staples Office Suppli 18.87, Stoney Creek-Des Moi HIDTA Grant 315.84, Street Smart Rental Small Equipme 24,999.00, Sturdevant's Auto Pa Education & T 150.00, Swanda, Karen Bd Exp. Fees 36.00, Swier Law Firm Prof Attorney Fees 1,000.50, Szameit, Alexandra Interpreters 250.00, Tessman Seed Comp Grounds & Par 353.15, The Ups Store Other Miscell 19.79, Thorin, Deyanira T Interpreters 475.00, Tires, Tires, Tires Automotive/Sm 222.22, Tires,Tires,Tires In Automotive/Sm 448.17, Titan Machinery Truck Repair 1,349.28, Tool Depot Small Tools, 139.44, Triangle Properties Welfare Rent 600.00, United Air Other Profess 773.50, United Parcel Servic Postage 22.74, Usps.Com Postage 288.27, Usps.Com Program Activ 11.90, Variety Foods Llc Other Profess 317.61, VC Rooms Other Profess 485.00, VCN Clinics Aux 29.00, Verizon Wireless Safety & Resc 80.02, Verizon Wireless Telephone 240.06, Vogel Traffic Svcs I Repair/Renova 36.45, Volunteers Of Americ Alternatives 14,987.92, Wal-Mart Gas,Oil,Diese 70.92, Wal-Mart Office Suppli 115.73, Wal-Mart Other Profess 27.03, Wal-Mart Other Supplie 9.97, Wal-Mart Pharmacy Office Suppli -89.97, Wal-Mart Pharmacy Other Profess 287.55, Wal-Mart Pharmacy Pharmacies 138.23, Walgreens Pharmacy Office Suppli 13.99, Wall Lake Sanitary D Water Sewer 70.00, Waste Management Of Trash Removal 367.31, Weerheim, Tom Child Defense 1,660.00, Westbrooke Apts/Inve Welfare Rent 600.00, Westport Apts/Westpo Welfare Rent 600.00, Woodbury Co Clrk Of Copy Fees 68.50, Woodcraft Supply Llc Motor/Machine 71.55, Www.Neweggbusiness.C Furniture & O 135.99, Xcel Energy, Inc. Electricity 527.51, Xcel Energy, Inc. Welfare Utili 4,761.85, Yankton County Sheri Return Of Ser 125.00, Zabel Steel Co. Bldg/Yard Rep 30.15, Zabel Steel Co. Heavy Eq. Rep 207.96, 618 Hilton Baton Rou Business Trav 872.55
The Minnehaha County Regional Juvenile Detention Center Report and the Sheriff's Department Report for April 2014 were received and placed on file in the Auditor's Office.
MOTION by Beninga, seconded by Kelly, to approve the following personnel changes. 3 ayes. Barth voted nay.
1. To accept the retirement of George Letexier as Deputy Sheriff for the Sheriff's Office effective 5/15/14.
2. To accept the resignation of Jessica Janke as Correctional Officer for the Jail effective 5/15/14.
3. To accept the resignation of Richard Rahn as Correctional Officer for the Jail effective 5/7/14.
4. To hire Mark Moberly as temporary, part-time Correctional Officer in Training for the 24/7 Program at $16.21/hour effective 5/12/14.
5. To promote Karen McEntee from Correction Systems Operator to Correctional Officer in Training (12/1) for the Jail at $16.21/hour effective 5/10/14.
6. To amend the hire date of Tanner Wilson, temporary, part-time Highway Laborer from 5/12/14 to 5/14/14.
7. To hire Christian Luke as temporary, part-time Highway Laborer for the Highway at $11.00/hour effective 5/14/14.
8. To hire Sulliman Al-Ostaz, Trevor Arrowsmith, and Kyle Braun as temporary, part-time Highway Laborers for the Highway at $11.00/hour effective 5/19/14.
9. To hire Kevin McGowan as temporary, part-time Spray Truck Operator for the Highway at $12.00/hour effective 5/19/14.
10. To hire Marie Lukkes as temporary, part-time Spray Truck Operator for the Highway at $12.00/hour effective 5/20/14.
11. To hire Scott Irwin as temporary, part-time Election Worker for the Auditor's Office at $10.00/hour effective 5/7/14.
12. To hire Martin DeWitt and Edward Hruska as temporary, part-time Election Workers for the Auditor's Office at $13.00/hour effective 5/12/14.
13. To accept the retirement of Rose Hobart as Tax and License Technician for the Treasurer's Office effective 5/16/14.
Step Increases Due
1. Loren Dykshorn - Correctional Officer - Jail - 13/5 to 13/6 - 3/19/14 - $19.27/hour
2. Angie Martell - Correctional Officer - Jail - 13/2 to 13/3 - 4/16/14 - $17.90/hour
3. Lauri McGee - Correction Systems Operator - Jail - 9/8 to 9/9 - 4/21/14 - $17.03/hour
4. Steven Lutter - Deputy Sheriff - Sheriff's Office - 16/10 to 16/11 - 4/5/14 - $25.29/hour
5. Wallace Wynia - Air Guard Security Officer II - Air Guard - 13/6 to 13/7 - 4/21/14 - $19.75/hour
6. George Nayou - Custodian - Facilities - 6/1 to 6/2 - 5/15/14 - $12.36/hour
7. Jennifer Brenden - Juvenile Correctional Officer II - Juvenile Detention Center - 14/14 to 14/15 - 4/22/14 - $25.29/hour
8. Vincent Fluckey - Programmer Analyst I - Information Technology - 20/3 to 20/4 - 5/8/14 - $25.92/hour
9. Sarah Wachal - Victim Witness Assistant - State's Attorney's Office - 16/4 to 16/5 - 4/21/14 - $21.80/hour
10. Barbara Williams - Administrative Secretary - Human Services - 10/9 to 10/10 - 4/30/14 - $18.34/hour
MOTION by Kelly, seconded by Beninga, to approve abatement of 2013 property taxes for the City of Sioux Falls representing tax exempt properties: RDID 80995 $307.59, RDID 46118 $2,049.30, RDID 54773 $100.19, RDID 54774 $64.74, RDID 55707 $83.85, RDID 84315 $1,667.05. 4 ayes.
MOTION by Beninga, seconded by Barth, to approve abatement of 2013 property taxes for the City of Sioux Falls representing tax exempt properties: RDID 58524 $480.05, RDID 62587 $91.09, RDID 70860 $58.59, RDID 71577 $54.81, RDID 79707 $261.47, RDID 81173 $175.97. 4 ayes.
MOTION by Barth, seconded by Kelly, to approve abatement of 2013 property taxes for the City of Sioux Falls representing tax exempt properties: RDID 83285 $152.88, RDID 83287 $454.20, 83288 $555.48. 4 ayes.
MOTION by Beninga, seconded by Barth, to approve abatement of 2013 property taxes for the City of Sioux Falls representing tax exempt properties: RDID 11596 $204.58, 11592 $2,368.19, RDID 80786 $80.13. 4 ayes.
MOTION by Beninga, seconded by Barth, to approve abatement of 2013 property taxes representing the Elderly Assessment Freeze: RDID 40349 $1,173.48, RDID 40705 $305.67, RDID 49048 $1,022.23, RDID 71799 $320.96. 4 ayes.
MOTION by Kelly, second by Barth, to deny abatement of 2013 property taxes for RDID #39315 $67,067.40, as there are no provisions in statute to allow for abatement because of a third party appraisal. 4 ayes.
Notice was received of the East Dakota Water Development District Board of Directors Meeting at 9:00 a.m., Thursday, May 15, 2014 at EDWDD Office, 132B Airport Avenue, Brookings, SD.
Kersten Kappmeyer, Chief Civil Deputy State's Attorney, gave a briefing on a request for compromise of lien for DPNO 38752 and DPNO 69876. The liens belong to a married couple and they are requesting a compromise and release of the liens in full with no payment. The couple is preparing to refinance their home mortgage and the liens were identified during the title work. DPNO 38752 is in the name of the husband and DPNO 69876 is in the name of the wife. Both liens list a charge of $574.00 for Public Advocate services that were provided to their 23 year old daughter. The Public Advocate's Office has confirmed that they did represent the couple's daughter, but they have not represented the couple. It appears that the Public Advocate charge should have been place on a lien in the name of their daughter. DPNO 69876 also has a balance owing of $178.43 for Court Appointed Attorney fees for services provided to the couple's minor son. The couple claims that they have paid the Court Appointed Attorney fees, but they do not have a receipt of that payment. Ken McFarland, Commission Administrative Officer stated that DPNO 69876 does reflect a payment of $186.57 applied to the Court Appointed Attorney Charges, however there remains a balance owing of $178.43. The couple lists assets of approximately $32,000 consisting primarily of the value of several vehicles. Their house has a value of approximately $130,000. They list liabilities in the amount of $117,500 that include a home mortgage, car loan, and several credit card debts. MOTION by Barth, seconded by Beninga, to remove the $574.00 charge for Public Advocate services from DPNO 69876 and DPNO 38752 and place the charge on DPNO 79372 that is only in the name of the couple's daughter. 4 ayes. MOTION by Barth, seconded by Kelly to compromise and release the lien against DPNO 69876 in the amount of $178.43 for Court Appointed Attorney services provided to the couple's juvenile son. 4 ayes. The approved motions are reflected in Resolution MC14-25 and Resolution MC14-26.
WHEREAS, a County Aid Lien in the amount of $574.00 purports to exist in favor of Minnehaha County and against DPNO 38752 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 in full against DPNO 38752 with no payment
Dated at Sioux Falls, South Dakota, this 13th day of May, 2014.
Deputy County Auditor
WHEREAS, a County Aid Lien in the amount of $752.43 purports to exist in favor of Minnehaha County and against DPNO 69876 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:
Remove the fee for Public Advocate services in the amount of $574.00 and place the fee on DPNO 79372 in the name of the applicant's adult daughter, and compromise and release the remaining $178.43 in full with no payment.
Dated at Sioux Falls, South Dakota, this 13th day of May, 2014.
Deputy County Auditor
Scott Anderson, Planning & Zoning Director gave a briefing on a drainage permit application #14-13 from Tom Opitz in order to conduct agricultural drainage on property legally described as Tract 1 Kalb's Subdivision, NW 1/4, Section 19-T101N-R51W. On May 6, 2014 the Minnehaha County Commission (Drainage Board) deferred action on this item to allow time for Mr. Opitz and the downstream landowners John and Linda Boll to come to an agreement on the proposed project. Commissioner Kelly recused himself. The petitioner, Tom Opitz, 46034 265th Street, Hartford, SD stated that he contacted two people that do drainage work told them to see what they can do. Opponents John Boll and Jason Boll, 26405, 462nd Ave., Hartford, SD, stated that they checked with a couple places that do tiling and were told that they did not have time to come out and give them an estimate within the past week. MOTION by Beninga, seconded by Barth, to approve drainage permit application #14-13. 3 ayes.
David Heinold, Planner I, was present for Public Hearings and gave briefings on drainage permit application #14-15 and #14-06 submitted by Mark Klein, Klein Land & Cattle. Permit is #14-15 is to allow Mr. Klein to perform routine maintenance of a natural waterway and existing surface drain on his property that is legally described as W 1/2 SE 1/4 (Ex Mortrude's Silver Creek Addition) of Section 22-T104N-R49W. On April 9, 2014, the Planning Department approved Drainage Permit #14-15. A Drainage Board hearing is required because a notice of appeal was submitted on March 25, 2014 by the downstream property owners, Wayne and Kim Mortrude. In the appeal Mr. Mortrude states he is concerned about the proposed routine maintenance project in conjunction with the requirements set forth in the Minnehaha County Drainage Ordinance. On May 6, 2014, Planning staff conducted a site visit and determined that the routine maintenance of the natural waterway, Silver Creek, may be performed in the W 1/2 SE 1/4 of Section 22; however there is a portion of the project that cannot be cleaned out because there is no existing surface drain in that location. Staff recommends approval of Drainage Permit #14-15 with a condition that routine maintenance shall not be permitted in the area outlined in red as shown on the project map and the surface drain may be cleaned out to the original depth as long as the original location of the drain is not altered and provided that there are no further objections to the proposed routine maintenance project. Mr. Heinold also gave a briefing on drainage permit application #14-06. This proposed drainage project is located in Section 22 and 23 of Dell Rapids Township on property legally described as W 1/2 SE 1/4 (Ex Mortrude's Silver Creek Addn.) & E 1/2 SE 1/4 (Ex. N 250' E 800' & 1/2 acre in SE Corner) of Section 22-T104N-R49W, and S 1/2 SW 1/4 of Section 23-T104N-R49W. On March 21, 2014, the Planning Department approved Drainage Permit #14-06. Since the proposed tile outlets into a named stream, the applicant was not required to obtain downstream permission. A Drainage Board hearing is required because an appeal of an administrative decision was submitted by Wayne Mortrude. In the appeal Mr. Mortrude stated concern over the amount of water to be drained and the potential adverse effect it will have on his adjacent downstream property. On May 5, 2014, Planning staff conducted a site visit and determined that the proposed location for the drainage tile is in traditionally wet areas where water naturally flows; however three of the proposed tile lines do not outlet into a named or an intermittent stream that is connected to a names stream. Tile cannot be placed in these areas without permission from all downstream property owners within 1/2 mile of the proposed outlets. Staff recommends approval of Drainage Permit #14-06 with a condition that all proposed tile lines must outlet directly into Silver Creek. The petitioner, Mark Klein 47238 247th Street, Dell Rapids, SD, was present and stated that he would only install tile lines that outlet directly into Silver Creek. Opponents Wayne and Kim Mortrude, 47552 248th St., Dell Rapids, SD, were present. Mr. Mortrude stated objection to both drainage permits. Mr. Mortrude stated his property is located just below where the proposed tiling project will outlet and where the Silver Creek watershed dam is located. Through the years the property upstream from the dam has completely silted in and has no capacity to handle fresh water. Mr. Mortrude stated that he has obtained a permit to have the silt dug out. The Silver Creek Watershed Board has agreed to pay $2,000 toward this project. Mr. Mortrude feels that neither of Mr. Klein's proposed drainage projects should be allowed until he can get his ground dug out. Brian Top, 2836 Old Orchard Trail, Sioux Falls, SD, stated that he did the wetland determination on this property. Mr. Top stated that the dam was built in 1958 and it was designed for flood control. Mr. Top also stated that there is two feet of silt and that it would be beneficial to have that cleaned out. Kersten Kappmeyer, Chief Civil Deputy State's Attorney, stated for clarification of the record, that permit #14-06 is proceeding under Ordinance 1.061. MOTION by Kelly, seconded by Beninga, to approve Drainage Permit #14-15 with a condition that routine maintenance shall not be permitted in the area outlined in red as shown on the map and the surface drain may be cleaned out to the original depth as long as the original location of the drain is not altered. 4 ayes. MOTION by Barth, seconded by Beninga to approve Drainage Permit #14-06 with a condition that all proposed tile lines must outlet directly into Silver Creek. 4 ayes.
Scott Wick, Sioux Empire Fair Association Manager, reported that the Sioux Empire Fair Association had been approached by Pipestone Holdings, LLC regarding the donation of a building to the Sioux Empire Fairground property. The 4-H sheep & swine show ring is currently located in the spot where the Fair Association and Pipestone Holdings have agreed the new building should be constructed. The Sioux Empire Association requests the Minnehaha County Commission declare the 4-H sheep & swine show ring as surplus property for the purpose of demolition and removal to make way for the new building to be constructed. MOTION by Beninga, seconded by Barth, to declare the 4-H sheep & swine show ring as surplus property for demolition and removal. 4 ayes.
Scott Wick, Sioux Empire Fair Association Manager, gave a briefing on the donation of a building from Pipestone Holdings, LLC to for use as an agricultural activity learning center at the W.H. Lyon Fairgrounds. Pipestone Holdings will pay all construction costs. The facility will be owned by Minnehaha County and managed by the Sioux Empire Fair Association. Pipestone Holdings has prepared a twenty year Gift Agreement giving them the following rights to the facility: Pipestone Holdings will have exclusive use of the building during the Sioux Empire Fair, and four other times during the year; Pipestone Holdings will have naming rights to the building; Pipestone must approve any modifications, improvements, or alterations to the facility. The Sioux Empire Fair Association will be responsible for all utilities and routine maintenance. MOTION by Barth, seconded by Kelly, to authorize the Chairman to sign the Gift Agreement among Pipestone Holdings, LLC, Minnehaha County and the Sioux Empire Fair Association, Inc. for the construction of an agricultural activity learning center on the premises of the W.H. Lyon Fairgrounds. 4 ayes.
DJ Buthe, Highway Superintendent, gave a briefing on the proposed LaMesa Avenue (470th Avenue) paving project. The proposed project would include a 26' wide asphalt roadway from Maple Street (County Highway 140) to the railroad tracks at the city limits of Sioux Falls. The project is approximately 1.25 miles in length. This area of Minnehaha County is rapidly developing with the construction of a new middle school which will open in the fall of 2014 and a proposed elementary school to open on the same site. The City of Sioux Falls has estimated that this section of roadway may be considered for annexation and urban improvements in 10 to 15 years. Until that time, jurisdiction of the roadway will remain with Minnehaha County. The Minnehaha County Highway Department can complete the project in approximately three (3) weeks at an estimated cost of $235,000. MOTION by Barth, seconded by Beninga, to approve the Highway Department project to pave 1.25 miles of LaMesa Avenue (470th Avenue) between Sioux Falls City Limits and County Highway 140. 4 ayes.
Jason Reaves, Project Engineer, gave a briefing on an agreement with HDR Engineering, Inc. for Construction Administration for Project MC251BR-14. The project involves replacement of a simple I-beam bridge with a 3-sided box culvert. The structure crosses West Pipestone Creek approximately 1 1/2 mile north and 1 1/2 mile west of Garretson on 251st Street. The project start date is anticipated for mid July with a completion date of September 26, 2014. MOTION by Beninga, seconded by Kelly, to authorize the Chairman to sign the Agreement between Minnehaha County and HDR Engineering, Inc. for Construction Administration of Structure 50-294-070, Project MC251BR-14 in an amount not to exceed $40,727.70. 4 ayes.
Jason Reaves, Project Engineer, gave a briefing on Change Order #1 in the amount of $900.00, to the contract with Prahm Construction, Inc. for Project MC121STR-13. EROS Data Center is concerned that people would not make it around the signed detour and have requested additional signs. It was agreed with EROS if they paid for the requested signs, the contractor would install them at the County's expense. MOTION by Barth, seconded by Beninga, to authorize the Chairman to sign Change Order #1 in the amount of $900.00 to the contract with Prahm Construction for Project MC121 STR-13 bringing the contract price to $1,056,898.40. 4 ayes.
Commissioner Barth questioned why the General Fund Cash Balance looks so favorable at the end of April. Ken McFarland, Commission Administrative Officer, stated that two main banks paid property taxes for their mortgage escrow accounts in April which normally is receipted in May.
MOTION by Barth, seconded by Beninga, to go into executive session for personnel, contract negotiations, and litigation. 4 ayes.
The Commission adjourned until 9:00 a.m. on Tuesday, May 20, 2014.
Published once at the total approximate cost of $324.12.
1441162 May 21, 2014
DELL RAPIDS CITY COUNCIL
Monday, May 5, 2014 at 7:30 p.m.
Mayor Scott Fiegen called the Dell Rapids City Council meeting to order at 7:30 p.m. at the City Hall Council Chambers. The Roll was called finding the following members present: Chad Andrews, Lee Burggraff, Mark Crisp, Mike Geraets, Gary Haak, Vice President Craig Lauritzen, Paul Miles, President David Sommerfeld and Mayor Scott Fiegen.
Staff Present: Administrator Justin Weiland, Finance Officer LeAnn Kerzman, and City Attorney Dean Hammer.
Pledge of Allegiance was recited.
Approval of Agenda: Crisp moved to approve the agenda. Motion seconded by Lauritzen. Motion carried.
Approval of Minutes: Weiland stated a correction should be made to the statement that Ordinances #792, #793, #794 and #795 passed. They did not as a quorum of the full council would be needed to pass or five (5) votes. Crisp moved to approve the minutes of the regular meeting held on April 21, 2014 as corrected. Sommerfeld seconded. Motion carried.
Visitors to be heard: Rick Zwart was present and requested a consensus of the council on how he should proceed with his property since the ordinances have failed. Planned Development seems to be the most appropriate.
Public Hearing - Liquor Off-Sale Application - Casey's: Application received from Casey's General Store to sell off-sale liquor. All conditions have been met. Hammer inquired if a separate area will be maintained. Adam Niemeyer of Casey's came forward and stated that locked cabinets have been installed in other locations and expects the same. Burggraff moved to approve. Sommerfeld seconded. Motion carried.
Second Reading of Ordinance #796 - Rezone Lot 10, Block 6 Timber Ridge Addition: Planning and Zoning had heard and recommended for approval to rezone Lot 10, Block 6 of Timber Ridge Addition from R-1 (Single Family Residential) to R-2 (Two Family Attached Residential District). Sommerfeld moved to approve. Geraets seconded. Roll call: Andrews-Aye: Burggraff-Abstain: Crisp-Abstain: Geraets-Aye: Haak-Aye: Lauritzen-Aye: Miles-Aye: Sommerfeld-Aye. Motion carried 6/0.
Second Reading of Ordinance #797 - Rezone Lots 11, 12, 13 and 14, Block 6 of Timber Ridge Addition: Planning and Zoning has heard and recommended for approval to rezone Lots 11, 12, 13 and 14, Block 6 of Timber Ridge Addition from R-1 (Single Family Residential) to R-3 (Medium Density Residential). Geraets moved to approve. Miles seconded. Roll call: Andrews-Aye: Burggraff-Abstain: Crisp-Abstain: Geraets-Aye: Haak-Aye: Lauritzen-Aye: Miles-Aye: Sommerfeld-Aye. Motion carried 6/0.
Outdoor Event Permit - American Legion: Application received from the American Legion to host a parade for Memorial Day on May 26 at 10 a.m. along 4th Street from Clark Ave to Garfield Avenue. Burggraff moved to approve and waive the fee. Haak seconded. Motion carried.
American Legion - Cootie Days: Application received from the American Legion to host Cootie Days in the City Park on June 13th and 14th. Haak moved to approve and waive the fee. Lauritzen seconded. Motion carried.
Mayor Fiegen called the new council to order at 7:58 p.m. Roll was taken finding the following present: Chad Andrews, Lee Burggraff, Mark Crisp, Mike Geraets, Gary Haak, Craig Lauritzen, Paul Miles, David Sommerfeld and Mayor Scott Fiegen.
Election of Officers: Crisp moved to appoint David Sommerfeld as council President. Andrews seconded. Motion carried.
Haak moved to appoint Craig Lauritzen as Vice-President. Miles seconded. Motion carried.
Appointment of Administrative Officers: Sommerfeld moved to appoint LeAnn Kerzman as Finance Officer. Andrews seconded. Motion carried.
Burggraff moved to appoint Dean Hammer and Max Merry of Vogt, Brown, Merry and Hammer as City Attorney and Deputy City Attorney respectively. Lauritzen seconded. Motion carried.
Finance & Utilities Committee: Mayor Fiegen recommended Sommerfeld, Crisp and Lauritzen. So moved by Andrews. Burggraff seconded. Motion carried.
Policy & Procedures: Mayor Fiegen recommended Andrews, Haak and Burggraff. So moved by Sommerfeld. Seconded by Lauritzen. Motion carried.
Surplus Property Appraisal: Mayor Fiegen recommended the council as a whole. So moved by Burggraff. Seconded by Lauritzen. Motion carried.
Minnehaha County Economic Development Association and Dell Rapids Economic Development Corporation: Mayor Fiegen recommended Mike Geraets. So moved by Sommerfeld. Second by Crisp. Motion carried.
Library Board Liaison: Mayor Fiegen recommended Paul Miles to represent the council. So moved by Crisp. Second by Haak. Motion carried.
Official Newspaper: Mayor Fiegen recommended the Dell Rapids Tribune be designated. So moved by Lauritzen. Seconded by Andrews. Motion carried.
Depositories: Mayor Fiegen recommended First National, Home Federal, Wells Fargo and SD FIT Funds. So moved by Lauritzen. Seconded by Sommerfeld. Motion carried.
Finance Officer Authorization: State law allows the council to preapprove expenditures, up to a specific dollar amount if they so choose, to allow payment of the city's financial liabilities. The intent is to prevent any late fees, to capitalize on any possible payment discounts and approve recurring payment items such as payroll and it's corresponding liabilities. Motion by Lauritzen to approve. Burggraff seconded. Motion carried.
Rules of Order: Mayor Fiegen recommended Robert's Rules of Order be followed. So moved by Burggraff. Seconded by Haak. Motion carried.
Claims Approved: Lauritzen moved to approve the claims as presented. Burggraff seconded. Motion carried.
A-Ox Welding Supply, rental 126.64; Beal Distribution, malt 28,634.96; Best Western Ramkota, travel 89.99; Borns Group, billing 789.58; City of Dell Rapids, utilities 166.00; City of Sioux Falls, water tests 232.00; Dakota Beverage, malt 19,039.86; Dakota Supply Group, parts 1486.57; Dauby's Sports Center, flags 135.00; Davenport, Evans, Hurwitz & Smith, bond council 9053.90; Dells Rapids Ace, supplies 337.36; Dell Rapids Chamber, annual support 12,000.00; Dells Electric, repair 932.54; Dells Farm & Tire, supply 176.00; Dells Materials, bench pad 305.30; Dells Plumbing, repair 87.01; DGR, engineering 15,215.28; EFTPS, withholding 5312.88; First Bank Card, GOED conference 250.00; Garbage N More, utility 75.00; Global Distributing, malt 65.79; GoldenWest Telecommunications, telecommunications 744.33; Gruis, Karla, cleaning services 408.00; Johnson Brothers, liquor 8235.27; Justice Fire & Safety, maintenance 392.50; Koopman & Sons Gas, propane 492.60; Lacey's Portable Restrooms, rental 250.00; LG Everist, supplies 494.90; McLeod's Printing, supplies 269.05; MidAmerican Energy, natural gas 765.21; Minnehaha Community Water, utility 9496.57; Napa Auto Parts, supply 104.55; R & R Mobility, transit repair 75.00; Republic National, liquor 12,779.86; Sam's Club Discover, pool chairs 1774.16; Sanitation Products, bearings 73.66; SD Governmental Finance Officer's Association, registration (2) 150.00; SD State Treasurer, lottery/sales tax 2514.81; SD Unemployment Insurance Division, insurance 136.42; SD Retirement System, retirement 5016.40; Steamway Cleaning, shampooing 235.20; Vogt, Brown, Merry & Hammer, retainer 1900.00; Xcel Energy, electricity/street lights 4484.60.
Utility Refunds: Kennedy, Vicki 36.69; Nemmers, Kim 25.94; Wickert, Miranda 11.67.
April Salaries by Department: General Government 12,018.07; Public Safety 2,263.04; Public Works 9535.63; Recreation 97.50; Library 5,089.26; Water 7792.43; Wastewater 7,737.83.
Added or Increased Salaries: Parks & Recreation - Lifeguards: Reecy, Kiley 8.50/hr; Leighton, Karlie 8.25/hr; Brown, Mikayla 8.25/hr; Utech, Lexy 8.00/hr; Huewe, Jacob 8.00/hr; Haak, Sarah 7.75/hr; Tisher, Jessica 7.75/hr; Brown, Taylor 7.50/hr; Miles, Megan 7.50; Morris, Lindsey 7.50; Mullaney, Ally 7.50/hr; Brenda, Jenna 7.50/hr. Admission Clerks: Vortherms, Katelyn 7.50/hr; Hammer, Ben 7.50/hr; Schumaker, Zane 7.50/hr; DeNoon, Matthew 7.25/hr; DeNoon, Jonathon 7.25/hr; Gillogly, Ben 7.25/hr; Wood, Drew 7.25/hr; Gullickson, Mackenzie 7.25/hr.
Malt License/Operating Agreement Renewals: Applications have been received and all conditions have been met to renew malt licenses for the following: Cubby's (Package Malt Beverage & SD Farm Wine); DellsPR Inc dba Pizza Ranch (Retail On-Off Sale Malt Beverage); T&C's (Package Off-Sale Malt Beverage & SD Farm Wine) and T&C's Other Place (Package Off-Sale Malt Beverage). Burggraff moved to approve. Andrews seconded. Motion carried. Operating Agreements will be entered into.
Stop Sign Request: Citizens from the intersections of 6th Street & Clark Avenue and 7th Street and Clarke Avenue were at the prior council meeting to express their concerns over the speed of traffic in their neighborhood and requested stop signs to be placed. There are guidelines for the placement of stop signs. Some of which include accident history, traffic count, pedestrian volume and sight distance. It was recommended that additional patrol by law enforcement be attempted prior to incurring any costs with a traffic study.
Golf Cart Ordinance: Many concerned citizens were in attendance about the golf cart ordinance requiring carts to be licensed. Mayor Fiegen referred the concerns of the group to the Policy and Procedures committee for review.
Parks and Recreation: Seasonal Personnel: Weiland presented a list of lifeguards and front desk employees that were recommended for hire by Pool Manager Remnitz. Lauritzen moved to approve as presented. Burggraff seconded. Motion carried.
Veterans Park Proposed Improvements - Item tabled until a representative could be present.
Library Department - Lease Agreement: A lease agreement was reached between the Dell Rapids School District and the Library Board for temporary housing of the library while the building construction occurs. Monthly rent of $900 with a deposit to equal same. Burggraff moved to approve. Geraets seconded. Motion carried.
Poppy Day Proclamation: Mayor Fiegen recognized May 27th as Poppy Day and read the following proclamation.
WHEREAS, America is the land of freedom, preserved and protected willingly and freely by citizen soldiers; and
WHEREAS, millions who have answered the call to arms and have died on the field of battle; and
WHEREAS, a nation of peace must be reminded of the price of war and the debt owed to those who have died in war; and
WHEREAS, the red poppy has been designated as a symbol of sacrifice of lives in all wars; and
WHEREAS, the American Legion Auxiliary has pledged to remind America annually of this debt through the distribution of the memorial flower; and
NOW, THEREFORE, I, Scott Fiegen, Mayor of the City of Dell Rapids, do hereby proclaim Monday, May 26th, 2014, as Poppy Day and ask that all citizens pay tribute to those who have made the ultimate sacrifice in the name of freedom by wearing the Memorial Poppy on this day.
Dated at Dell Rapids, South Dakota this 5th day of May, 2014.
FOR THE GOVERNING BODY OF THE CITY OF DELL RAPIDS,
By /s/ Scott Fiegen
By /s/ LeAnn Kerzman
City Administrators Report - Weiland reported on the following:
• Legal determination on number of votes required to pass an ordinance is five (5) votes. Due to the vote of the prior council meeting, Ordinances #792, #793 and #795 did not pass as stated during the meeting.
• H&W Contracting has completed the installation of pipe for the Library Utility Project.
• Two thefts of petty cash have occurred at the Carnegie Public Library. Appears to have been happening overnight. Security at the building has been tightened.
• CIP meeting for the council to establish capital improvement priorities will be held on Monday, May 12.
• Bid opening for the Garfield Bridge project will be held in Pierre on May 6 and Library Building bid opening will be Wednesday, May 7 at 2 p.m.
Claims Approved for Payment by Other Municipal Boards: Library Board: First Bank Card, books/ supplies 570.73.
Treasurer's Report: A recap of all income and expenses, that occurred since the last meeting, was presented to the council.
Haak moved and Burggraff seconded to adjourn. Motion carried. Meeting adjourned at 9:13 p.m.
LeAnn Kerzman, Finance Officer
Published once at the total approximate cost of $128.71.
1441070 May 21, 2014