Legals and notices for July 16
July 15. 2014 4:08PM
THE MINNEHAHA COUNTY COMMISSION CONVENED AT 9:00 A.M. July 8, 2014 pursuant to adjournment on July 1, 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 Pekas, seconded by Barth, to approve the agenda. 5 ayes.
MOTION by Pekas, seconded by Beninga, to approve the July 1, 2014 Commission Minutes. 5 ayes.
VOUCHERS TO BE PAID
MOTION by Beninga, seconded by Barth, to approve the following bills in the amount of $150,435.63. 5 ayes.
A & B Business Equip Lease-Rental 227.28, A-Ox Welding Supp Co Safety & Resc 69.97, Airway Service Inc Automotive/Sm 459.64, Airway Service Inc Gas,Oil,Diese 32.20, Aka Properties Llc Welfare Rent 400.00, All American Investm Co. Welfare 740.00, AM Capital Group Llc Welfare Rent 320.00, Andersen, Norma Bd Exp. Fees 30.00, Around The Clock Dra Building Repa 89.95, Beacon Hill Apts Llc Welfare Rent 325.00, Benz, Vergil C Welfare Rent 550.00, Black Inc Program Activ 475.00, Block, Mary Other Misc. R 300.00, Bluestem Estates Llc Welfare Rent 600.00, Bourne, Anna Bd Evaluation 652.50, Bradfield, Matt Dba Maintenance C 70.00, Brown & Saenger Office Suppli 424.18, Carlson, Lisa Court Reporte 27.20, Carmody, Kevin Welfare Rent 700.00, Cartridge World Data Processi 1,717.82, CBM Managed Services Board Of Pris 19,687.20, CBM Managed Services Inmate Suppli 1,050.58, Century Business Pro Maintenance C 274.77, Centurylink Data Communic 1,254.23, Centurylink Telephone 1,900.79, Cleveland Heights Ap Welfare Rent 70.00, Cody, Denise Bd Exp. Fees 82.50, Counseling Resources Attorney Fees 150.00, Decastro Law Office, Attorney Fees 278.40, Decisionone Corporat Maintenance C 168.52, DLRS Properties, Inc Welfare Rent 700.00, Duffy, Ryan Attorney Fees 2,061.90, Ebert's Properties, Co. Welfare 835.00, EH Hospitality Llc Co. Welfare 3,545.00, EH Hospitality Llc Motels 650.00, Ekeren, Marvin R. Bd Exp. Fees 30.00, Fitts, Rod Dba Rod Welfare Rent 600.00, Flanigan, Al Welfare Rent 325.00, Foxmoor Development Welfare Rent 500.00, Fremont Industries, Heat,Vent & A 3,626.43, Fuller & Williamson, Attorney Fees 1,251.00, Golden West Telephone 128.66, Graham Tire Co. Do Motor/Machine 19.97, Guzman, Sandra V. Interpreters 25.00, Hagseth, Suzanne Election Scho 15.00, Halversons Water Con Plumbing & We 290.00, Heartland Paper Comp Building Repa 33.54, Heartland Paper Comp Inmate Suppli 1,538.89, Heartland Paper Comp Kitchen/Clean 2,668.19, Hewlett-Packard Comp Data Processi 152.85, Hoekstra, Denise A. Court Reporte 68.80, Home Federal Savings Welfare Rent 500.00, Horn, Garrett Attorney Fees 461.10, Howalt-McDowell Insu Notary Exp 50.00, Hy-Vee Accounts Rece Program Activ 23.94, Interstate All Batte Automotive/Sm 4.99, Interstate All Batte Other Supplie 16.00, Interstate Office Pr Archive/Prese 164.25, Interstate Office Pr Office Suppli 481.00, Iret Properties Welfare Rent 1,240.00, JCL Solutions-Janito Kitchen/Clean 7,225.59, Johnson Controls, In Building Repa 249.39, Johnson, Connie R Welfare Rent 500.00, Johnson, Richard L Attorney Fees 369.75, Katterhagen, Mark Bd Exp. Fees 15.00, KGA Properties Welfare Rent 550.00, Khoroosi, Sam Attorney Fees 1,452.90, Kmart Pharmacy Pharmacies 80.50, Lacroix, Heather Attorney Fees 261.24, Larson, Jeff Attorney Fees 299.22, Laughlin, Nicole Attorney Fees 1,788.80, Lewno, Lucy Bd Exp. Fees 1,068.92, Litetronics Internat Plumbing & We 960.00, Lutheran Social Svcs Other Profess 4,740.97, Michaels Purple Petu Building Repa 110.00, MidAmerican Energy C Welfare Utili 460.43, Midwest Alarm Compan Building Repa 269.91, Midwest Alarm Compan Furniture & O 4,438.00, Milstead, Michael W Education & T 159.00, Minn Cnty Human Svcs Other Supplie 151.00, Mobile Electronic Se Communication 4,392.10, Multi-Cultural Cente Interpreters 508.75, Nat'l Assn Cnty Reco Memberships 175.00, Neve's Uniforms Uniform Allow 2,315.63, Newman, Scott G Welfare Rent 1,400.00, Nielsen Ogdahl, Erin Attorney Fees 175.00, Palmer, Barbara Bd Evaluation 4,275.00, Parkview, Llc Welfare Rent 289.00, Peters Distributing Safety & Resc 75.51, Pheasantland Industr Inmate Suppli 2,205.00, Pheasantland Industr Printing/Form 1,116.12, Pollard & Larson Llp Attorney Fees 157.50, Qualified Presort Se Kitchen/Clean 46.14, Qualified Presort Se Postage 3,659.68, Qualified Presort Se Workers Compe 1.38, Quality Efficiencies Co. Welfare 470.00, Quality Efficiencies Motels 485.00, Range Systems Ammunition 126.94, Rehfuss, Cathy A Bd Exp. Fees 52.50, Rods Properties Welfare Rent 500.00, Sanford Hospital Med Medical Recor 30.50, Schmuck, Jan Bd Exp. Fees 232.00, Schoenhard, Kim Other Supplie 47.29, Schwebach Realty Welfare Rent 275.00, SD Dept Of Revenue Blood/Chemica 70.00, SD Secretary Of State Notary Exp 30.00, Sechser, Jenna Crt Court Reporte 278.80, Sentinel Offenders S Alternatives 3,191.76, Servall Towel & Line Program Activ 121.28, Severson, Lori Education & T 303.60, Shi, International C Maintenance C 8,353.34, Shipley's Laundry & Program Activ 39.60, Shreves, Brian Attorney Fees 257.25, Sioux Falls City Fin Building Repa 40.00, Sioux Falls Housing Welfare Rent 300.00, Sioux Falls School D Program Activ 114.05, Sioux Falls Utilitie Welfare Rent 45.77, Sioux Falls Utilitie Welfare Utili 66.27, Sioux Valley Energy Electricity 228.88, Sioux Valley Energy Road Maint. & 134.47, Sioux Valley Energy Tea-Ellis Ran 76.31, Siouxland Properties Welfare Rent 300.00, Southeastern Behavio Other Profess 1,187.50, Stronghold Counselin Clinics Aux 435.00, Sunshine Foods Welfare Food 150.00, Swanda, Karen Bd Exp. Fees 45.00, Szameit, Alexandra Interpreters 99.99, The Lodge At Deadwoo Business Trav 474.00, Thue, Steve/Barb Welfare Rent 400.00, Tires,Tires,Tires In Automotive/Sm 2,361.04, Tires,Tires,Tires In Gas,Oil,Diese 230.48, Town Estates Llc Welfare Rent 610.00, Uline Kitchen/Clean 831.33, US Bank-Corporate Tr Trust-Adminis 1,100.00, Van Loh, Jerry L Welfare Rent 1,250.00, Variety Foods Llc Other Profess 180.00, Vash Properties Welfare Rent 500.00, Verizon Wireless Data Processi 1,013.97, Verizon Wireless HIDTA Grant 93.58, Verizon Wireless Safety & Resc 163.63, Verizon Wireless Telephone 4,937.86, VOA Dakotas Pettig H.S. Donation 376.00, VOA Dakotas Pettig Welfare Rent 378.00, Walgreen Co. Pharmacies 375.79, Waltner, Kolbeck, Sc Attorney Fees 7,616.10, Washington Pavilion Advertising 145.00, Weerheim, Tom Attorney Fees 1,661.70, West Pointe Townhous Welfare Rent 590.00, Westwick Motel, Inc. Co. Welfare 960.00, Williams, Paul Welfare Rent 400.00, Xcel Energy, Inc. Welfare Rent 279.92, Xcel Energy, Inc. Welfare Utili 887.21, Yankton County Sheri Return Of Ser 50.00, Yankton County Treas Attorney Fees 2,705.25, 34 East Properties L Explorer Dona 700.00
The Minnehaha County Sheriff's Department Report for June, 2014 was received and placed on file in the Auditor's Office.
MOTION by Pekas, seconded by Beninga, to approve a correction to the personnel memo changing the name from Eric Anderson to Eric Johnson. 5 ayes. MOTION by Kelly, seconded by Pekas to approve the following personnel changes. 5 ayes.
1. To promote Mandy Jongeward from Air Guard Security Officer I (12/1) to Air Guard Security Officer II (13/1) for the Air Guard at $17.03/hour effective 5/30/14.
2. To promote Rhonda Larson from Correctional Officer in Training (12/1) to Correctional Officer (13/1) for the Jail at $17.03/hour effective 6/5/14.
3. To accept the resignation of Michelle Morrison as Correctional Officer for the Jail effective 7/13/14.
4. To hire Kenneth Pospischil as temporary, part-time Clerical Worker for the Highway at $11.00/hour effective 6/30/14.
Step Increases Due
1. Thaddeus Thomas - Air Guard Security Officer II - Air Guard - 13/10 to 13/11 - 6/21/14 - $21.80/hour
2. Rodney Axsom - Deputy Sheriff Lieutenant - Jail - 22/4 to 22/5 - 6/23/14 - $2,464.80/bi-weekly
3. Aaron Walton - Deputy Sheriff - Sheriff's Office - 16/9 to 16/10 - 6/8/14 - $24.67/hour
4. Eric Smith - Correctional Officer - Jail - 13/11 to 13/12 - 5/19/14 - $22.35/hour
5. Adam Bunger - Correctional Officer - 24/7 Program - 13/1 to 13/2 - 6/13/14 - $17.46/hour
6. Douglas Amolins - Tax and License Technician - Treasurer - 10/5 to 10/6 - 7/8/14 - $16.62/hour
7. Matthew Abel - Deputy State's Attorney - State's Attorney's Office - 21/1 to 21/2 - 7/1/14 - $2,073.60/bi-weekly
8. Eric Johnson - Senior Deputy State's Attorney - State's Attorney's Office - 22/5 to 22/6 - 7/2/14 - $2,526.40/bi-weekly
MOTION by Barth, seconded by Pekas, to approve abatement of 2013 property taxes for RDID #50702, $837.00 and RDID #58148, $335.80, representing the Elderly/Disabled Assessment Freeze. 5 ayes.
Michael Dupic, 9258 W. Norma Trail, Sioux Falls, asked the Commission what their position was on the expansion of Medicaid in South Dakota. Chairman Heiberger stated that the Commission has not taken a position.
Commissioner Barth commented on the increase in energy rates and the effect it will have on the expense of providing county assistance to indigent people. Barth suggested writing a letter to the Public Utilities Commission regarding this issue.
Mary Tidwell, Chair of the Sioux Falls Tomorrow 2014 Steering Committee, thanked Minnehaha County for their sponsorship and also thanked all of the county people who participated in the steering committee. Andy Patterson, Sioux Falls Community Foundation, gave a briefing on the Sioux Falls Tomorrow 2014 Stakeholders' Report to the Sioux Falls Area. The stakeholders addressed five areas of community performance that included economic vitality, education, local government services, quality of life, and social services. Input from a public survey to which there were 2600 people responding, indicated low wages emerged as a core issue in our community as well as diversity and continuing change of demographics. Public Safety was also noted as a concern. Mr. Patterson stated that the report can be used as a tool for the county and other entities when making policies. Mark Lee, Sioux Falls Chamber of Commerce, stated that they have already begun to study this report and will be utilizing data from the report along with other planning activities in the next Forward Sioux Falls campaign.
Ken McFarland, Commission Administrative Officer, reported that Kim Rignier, the current Minnehaha County citizen appointment to the Siouxland Libraries Board of Trustees, has moved to the City of Sioux Falls and feels she cannot represent the rural/non-Sioux Falls interest on the board of trustees. A press release asking for applications from persons interested in serving on the board was sent out. An application was received from Jed J. Huisman. After reviewing the application and discussing the appointment with Mary Johns, Commissioner Barth is recommending Mr. Huisman's appointment to the board. MOTION by Pekas, seconded by Beninga, to appoint Jed J. Huisman as the Minnehaha County Representative to the Siouxland Library Board of Trustees to fill the unexpired term ending in May 2016. 5 ayes.
A discussion was held on Legislative priorities that Minnehaha County would like to have considered during the South Dakota Association of County Commissioners Annual Convention. Ken McFarland, Commission Administrative Officer, reported that some of the topics that have already come to the forefront pertain to the alcohol tax, adjustment on the property tax limitation, and highway funding.
Commissioner Barth feels counties should be able to borrow from restricted funds for use in other areas where there are needs; the property tax limitation should also be a priority. Chairman Heiberger stated she feels the need to work on funding issues and reported invitations were sent to all Minnehaha County Legislators inviting them to the county budget hearing. The Commission Office will draft resolutions for the items identified and bring them forward for consideration by the Commission at the last meeting in July.
Commissioner Barth reported on the July 7, 2014 Homeless Advisory Board meeting. Meetings are scheduled with the Bishop Dudley Hospitality Center on July 14th and 22nd, 2014.
Bill Hoskins, Museum Director, stated there has been no activity reported from Bender Commercial Real Estate regarding county property that is for sale.
MOTION by Barth, seconded by Pekas, to go into executive session for contract negotiations, legal briefing, and personnel. 5 ayes.
The Commission adjourned until 9:00 a.m. on Tuesday, July 15, 2014.
APPROVED BY THE
Published once at the total approximate cost of $118.96.
1444870 Jul. 16, 2014
STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA )
COUNTY OF MINNEHAHA )
IN CIRCUIT COURT
SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
KALI M. INNES,
JOSHUA T. INNES,
THE STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA TO THE ABOVE-NAMED DEFENDANT, GREETINGS:
YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED and required to answer the Complaint of the Plaintiff, a copy of which is herewith served upon you, and to serve a copy of your Answer on the attorney for Plaintiff, Thomas M. Keller, at the address below, within thirty (30) days from the date of the service of this Summons upon you, exclusive of the day of such service.
IF YOU FAIL TO DO SO, judgment by default may be rendered against you as requested in Plaintiff's Complaint sixty (60) days after the completed service of Plaintiff's Summons and Complaint.
South Dakota law provides that upon the filing of a Complaint for divorce or separate maintenance and upon personal service of the Complaint and Summons on the Defendant, a Temporary Restraining Order shall be in effect against both parties until the final Decree is entered, the Complaint is dismissed, or until further order of the Court. Either party may apply to the Court for further temporary orders or modifications or revocation of the Order.
BY ORDER OF THE COURT, YOU AND YOUR SPOUSE ARE:
1. Restrained from transferring, encumbering, concealing or in any way dissipating or disposing of any marital asset, without the written consent of the other party or an order of the Court, except as may be necessary in the usual course of business or for the necessities of life. You are to notify the other party of any proposed extraordinary expenditures made after the Temporary Restraining Order is in effect;
2. Restrained from molesting or disturbing the peace of the other party;
3. Restrained from removing any minor children of the parties from the state without the written consent of the other party or an order of the Court; and
4. Restrained from making any changes to any insurance coverage for the parties or any child of the parties without the written consent of the other party or an order of the court unless the change under the applicable insurance coverage increases the benefits, adds additional property, persons, or perils to be covered, or is required by the insurer.
Dated this 2nd day of July, 2014, at Sioux Falls, Minnehaha County, South Dakota.
/s/ Thomas M. Keller
Thomas M. Keller
400 N. Main Ave., Suite 202
Sioux Falls, SD 57104
Telephone: (605) 338-3220
Attorney for Plaintiff
Jul. 16, 23, 30 &
1444825 Aug. 6, 2014
ORDINANCE NO. 802
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF DELL RAPIDS, SD, AMENDING THE 2011 REVISED ZONING ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF DELL RAPIDS, SD, BY AMENDING CHAPTER 20, AMENDMENTS AND CHANGE OF ZONE.
BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY OF DELL RAPIDS, SD:
Section 1. That Section 20.01(G), of the 2011 Revised Zoning Ordinance of the City of Dell Rapids, SD, is hereby amended to read as follows:
G. When a proposed amendment or change of zoning district classification is approved by the City Council, the amendment or change of zoning district classification shall take effect twenty days after publication, unless the referendum shall have been invoked, or unless a written protest is filed with the Finance Officer, signed by at least forty percent of the owners of equity in the lots included in any proposed district and the lands within two hundred fifty feet from any part of the proposed district. A corporation is construed to be a sole owner, and if parcels of land are in the name of more than one person, ownership representation is in proportion to the number of signers who join in the petition in relation to the number of owners. If a protest is filed, the ordinance does not become effective unless the ordinance is approved by two-thirds of the City Council at its next regularly scheduled meeting. The protest provisions of this Section do not apply to any ordinance regulating or establishing floodplain areas.
Adopted this 7th day of July, 2014.
/s/ Scott Fiegen
Scott Fiegen, Mayor
/s/ LeAnn Kerzman
LeAnn Kerzman, Finance Officer
Published once at the total approximate cost of $28.87.
1444823 Jul. 16, 2014
ORDINANCE NO. 801
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF DELL RAPIDS, SD, AMENDING THE 2011 REVISED ZONING ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF DELL RAPIDS, SD, BY AMENDING CHAPTER 10, B-2: GENERAL BUSINESS DISTRICT.
BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY OF DELL RAPIDS, SD:
Section 1. That the following conditional use is added to Section 10.02, of the 2011 Revised Zoning Ordinance of the City of Dell Rapids, SD, to read as follows:
Contractor's shop/storage yard, 14.02, 14.04, 14.05, 14.06, 14.11, 21.0. Subject to screening of all outdoor storage from view.
Adopted this7th day of July, 2014.
/s/ Scott Fiegen
/s/ LeAnn Kerzman
Published once at the total approximate cost of $19.60.
1444822 Jul. 16, 2014
Inter-Lakes Community Action Partnership is holding an election to choose an individual to represent the Low-Income Sector of Minnehaha County on its Board of Directors.
Income-eligible residents of Minnehaha County over the age of 18 can participate in the election. To determine if you are eligible to vote in this election or if you would like more information, contact Tammie Denning at 605-334-2808, Ext 202.
If you would like to vote, please come to the Inter-Lakes Community Action Partnership Office at 505 North Western between July 28th and August 1st. Office hours are: 8:00 am to 4:30 pm.
1444784-02 Jul. 16 & 23, 2014
June 9, 2014
The Board of Education of the Baltic School District met in regular session on June 9, 2014 at 7:00 p.m. in the School Library with the following members present or absent:
Present: Krogstad, Liester, Larson, Brende and Schmidt
Officers and Other Persons Present: R. Sittig, Supt./Elem Principal; M. Polzin, Bus. Mgr.; J. Aisenbrey, HS/MS Principal; Others
Krogstad called the meeting to order.
Action #14-179: Motion by Larson, seconded by Liester to approve the agenda as presented. All ayes.
Approval of Minutes:
Action #14-180: Motion by Schmidt, seconded by Liester to approve the minutes of the regular meeting on May 12, 2014. All ayes.
Report of Cash Transactions:
The following report of cash transactions was presented for the month of May 2014:
Action #14-181: Motion by Brende, seconded by Larson to accept the financial report as presented. All ayes.
General Fund: Aisenbrey, James, Cell Phone, Mileage, Meals, 141.63; Alliance Communications, Phone service, 301.00; A-OX Welding Supply, Supplies, 82.80; Argus Leader Media, Publishing, Advertising, 826.07; Avera Medical Group, Services, 106.06; Brende, Scott, Mileage, 59.94; Campbell Supply, Supplies, 19.99; City Glass & Glazing, Repairs, 40.00; City of Baltic, Water, sewer, garbage removal, 685.05; CNA Surety, Bonds, 275.00; Continental Western, Insurance, 1,336.00; County Fair Food Store, Supplies, 78.44; Daikin Applied, Maintenance, 2,704.00; Dakota Microscope, Repairs, 242.00; Dell Rapids Lumber, Supplies, 763.82; Dust-tex Service, Mop service, 108.70; Eastern Farmers, Supplies, 125.56; Fred the Fixer, Supplies, 122.00; G & R Controls, Repairs, 1,329.80; Gunderson, Steve, Cell Phone, 40.00; Hampton Inn, Rooms, 582.00; Hausvik, Vicki, Supplies, 70.00; Hillyard, Supplies, 12,244.49; JW Pepper, Supplies, 72.49; Krogstad, Ronald, Mileage, 19.98; Larson, Darin, Mileage, 35.52; Liester, Paul, Mileage, 39.96; Menards, Supplies, 44.71; Meyer, Randy, Cell Phone, 40.00; MidAmerican Energy, Gas, 1,701.84; Midway Service, Supplies, repairs, 2,352.13; Miller Appraisal, Services, 600.00; Office Max, Supplies, 124.09; Petty Cash, Postage, 61.33; Polzin, Marsha, Cell Phone, 40.00; Postmaster, Fees, 112.00; Prairie Lakes Ed Coop, Services, 104.86; Schmidt, Steve, Mileage, 39.96; Sittig, Robert, Cell Phone, Mileage, 64.42; Southeast Area Cooperative, Supplies, 4,199.86; Sunshine, Supplies, 109.43; Taher, Supplies, 100.80; Trust & Agency, Registration Fees/Supplies, 1,594.20; Vogel Motors, Repairs, 120.00; Xcel Energy, Electricity, 11,717.36; Jason Aberson, Supervision, sick leave, work day, 532.57; Jim Aisenbrey, Supervision, sick leave, 632.22; Rita Berg, Supervision, work day, lost prep, 411.33; AnnaMae Boer, Substitute teacher, 96.89; Scott Brende, Board meetings, 484.43; Lynette Coker, Work day, 136.38; Abby Danko, Work day, 136.38; Jenny Daugaard, Sick leave, work day, 416.27; Tanisha Daugaard, Sick leave, work day, 244.03; Nikki Determan, Supervision, sick leave, work day, 257.67; Pete Egstad, Work day, 136.38; Danielle Eszlinger, Custodian, sick leave, work day, 427.43; Jen Even, Work day, 136.38; Amanda Fosheim, Work day, 136.38; Shawn Geigle, Sick leave, work day, 190.21; Paula Gunderson, Sick leave, work day, 381.28; Steve Gunderson, Sick leave, work day, 737.45; Shirley Hart, Sick leave, work day, 225.19; Kelley Herman, Work day, 136.38; Katie Hoekman, Work day, 136.38; Carissa Holtrop, Sick leave, 27.99; Barb Hyland, Sick leave, 61.90; Katie Jensen, Substitute teacher, 48.44; Michael Koopman, Bus driver, 257.97; Ron Krogstad, Board meetings, 581.31; Ronda Kvigne, Work day, 68.19; Joni Lambert, Work day, 136.38; Lindsey Lambert, Work day, 68.19; Alex Langner, Supervision, sick leave, work day, 341.64; Darin Larson, Board meetings, 430.60; Rory Lavalliere, Sick leave, work day, 190.21; Paul Liester, Board meetings, 484.43; Darla Ling, Substitute teacher, 96.89; Patricia Lyncee, Bus driver, 175.29; Jennifer Mann, Work day, 136.38; Tara Melmer, Work day, 136.38; Tricia Ochsner, Sick leave, work day, lost prep time, 198.73; Jen Nuncio, Sick leave, 84.77; Lindsay Palmer, Sick leave, work day, 269.60; Kristen Pittmann, Sick leave, work day, 305.93; Debra Plagge, Work day, 136.38; Suzy Ries, Sick leave, work day, 230.57; Mark Roelfsema, Sick leave, work day, 244.03; Ross Rollinger, Bus driver, work day, 102.28; Wendy Runestad, Work day, 136.38; Steve Schmidt, Board meetings, 484.43; Marilyn Schmitz-Stadem, Sick leave, work day, 209.04; Tina Schneider, Sick leave, work day, 416.27; Debra Sittig, Sick leave, 53.83; Trevor Strobel, Sick leave, work day, 244.03; Becca Walsh, Sick leave, work day, 367.83; Dana White, Work day, 136.38; Linda Wilke, Work day, 136.38; Lisa Wolff, Sick leave, work day, 244.03; May Payroll: Salaries: Instruction, 90,957.29; Support Services, 49,722.76; Cocurricular, 12,063.06; Total Salaries, 154,935.24; Benefits, 41,854.80; Total General Fund, 255,604.04
Capital Outlay Fund: Amazon, Computer Equipment, 28.25; Connecting Point, Computer Equipment, 645.00; Elite Business Systems, Copier Lease, 940.67; First National Bank, Certificate Payment, 122,806.25; Gumdrop Books, Library Books, 399.93; IXL Learning, Licenses, 2,400.00; Librarians' Choice, Library Books, 438.90; MidAmerica Books, Library Books, 398.36; Pride Neon, Installation, 1,500.00; SHI International, Licenses, 4,506.18; Total Capital Outlay Fund, 134,063.54
Special Education Fund: Children's Home Society, Tuition, 1,710.24; Prairie Lakes Ed Coop, Services, 2,524.87; Trust & Agency, Registration Fee, 100.00; AnnaMae Boer, Substitute teacher, 48.44; May Payroll; Salaries: Instructional Salaries, 24,465.04; Support Salaries, 3,639.24; Total Salaries, 28,104.28; Benefits, 9,323.08; Total Special Education Fund, 41,810.91
Food Service Fund: Taher, Food Service, 17,524.88; May Payroll: Salaries: Food Service Salaries, 2,021.98; Total Salaries, 2,021.98; Benefits, 532.22; Total Food Service Fund, 20,079.08
Preschool/Driver's Ed Fund/ Fitness Center: Jeff Moan, Refund, 195.00; Annamae Boer, Substitute teacher, 96.89; May Payroll; Salaries, 4,267.01; Total Salaries, 4,267.01; Benefits, 1,492.64; Total Preschool/Driver's Ed/Fitness Center Fund, 6,051.54
Action #14-182: Motion by Krogstad, seconded by Schmidt to approve the above claims. All ayes.
Administrators presented written reports. Superintendent Sittig reported on teacher openings.
Action #14-183: Motion by Larson, seconded by Brende to approve the 2nd reading of the changes in the Secondary and Elementary Handbooks. All ayes.
Action #14-184: Motion by Liester, seconded by Schmidt to approve the 2nd reading of the District Transportation policy. All ayes.
Food Service Management Company:
Action # 14-185: Motion by Larson, seconded by Liester to approved the recommendation of the food service committee and accept the proposal from CBM. All ayes.
Discussion was held on the appraisal of the private property adjacent to the school and the board authorized talks to continue with the landowner.
The following quotes for unleaded gas were received May 22, 2014: Vollan Oil, *$3.134
Action #14-186: Motion by Liester, seconded by Larson to approve the quote from Vollan Oil. All ayes.
Action #14-187: Motion by Liester, seconded by Larson to approve the 1st reading of the Authorized Signature Policy. All ayes.
Contracts for 2014-2015:
Action #14-188: Motion by Brende, seconded by Larson to approve contracts from the following for the 2014-2015 school year: Jillian Daane, Nicole Determan, Ona DeWitte, Chasity Dosch, Pete Egstad, Heather Hanson, Kelley Herman (2), Barb Hyland, Matt Konz (2), Ronda Kvigne, Angela Lardy, Lisa Magnuson, Jenny Mann (2), Maggie Moeller, Lynn Murphy, Jennifer Nuncio (4), Abbie Peterson, Curt Qualseth, Ross Rollinger, Tara Rollinger (2), Kurt Schultz, Trevor Strobel, Kristin Voss, Rebecca Walsh, Dana White.
Action #14-189: Motion by Schmidt, seconded by Brende to vote for Sandy Klatt, Brandon Valley High School for the Large School Group Board of Education position and Linda Whitney, Sanborn Central High School for the Division III Representative position. All ayes.
Action # 14-190: Motion by Schmidt, seconded by Larson to approve the proposal for landscaping from Ashley's Landscaping with Option 2 for a total of $1,345. All ayes.
Action #14-191: Motion by Brende, seconded by Schmidt to amend the school calendar and allow for an all-day in-service on October 29, 2014 and have a regular day of school on October 31, 2014. All ayes.
Action #14-192: Motion by Larson, seconded by Brende to approve the transfer of $285,000 back to the General Fund from the Capital Outlay Fund. All ayes.
Action #14-193: Motion by Schmidt, seconded by Liester to approved the proposal from Elite Business for a 3-year copier lease. All ayes.
Action #14-194: Motion by Larson, seconded by Liester to accept the resignation of Tara Rollinger, One Act Play Director. All ayes.
Action #14-195: Motion by Larson, seconded by Brende to accept the resignation of Shawn Geigle, teacher & coach contingent upon receipt of the penalty per his contract. All ayes.
Action #14-196: Motion by Brende, seconded by Liester at 8:57 p.m. to enter executive session to discuss a personnel matter. All ayes.
Executive session ended at 9:11 p.m.
Action #14-197: Motion by Liester, seconded by Larson at 9:12 p.m. to adjourn. All ayes.
Marsha Polzin, Business Manager
Published once at the total approximate cost of $256.00.
1444781 Jul. 16, 2014
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA)
COUNTY OF MINNEHAHA)
IN CIRCUIT COURT
SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
In the Matter of the Estate of
ROBERT L. SMITH,
Notice is hereby given that on the 1st day of July, 2014, Marilyn M. Smith, whose address is 1210 N. Orleans Avenue, Dell Rapids, South Dakota, 57022, was appointed as Personal Representative of the Estate of Robert L. Smith, deceased.
Creditors of the decedent must present their claims within four months after the date of the first publication of this notice or their claims may be barred.
Claims may be delivered to or mailed to the Personal Representative or may be filed with the Clerk of the Circuit Court, and a copy of the claim mailed or delivered to the Personal Representative.
Dated this 1st day of July, 2014.
/s/ Marilyn M. Smith
Marilyn M. Smith -
1210 N. Orleans Avenue
Dell Rapids, South Dakota 57022
ANGELIA M. GRIES
Clerk of Circuit Court
Minnehaha County Courthouse
425 N. Dakota Avenue
Sioux Falls, South Dakota 57104
Vogt, Brown, Merry & Hammer
P. O. Box 100
Dell Rapids, South Dakota
Attorneys for Personal
1444642 Jul. 9, 16 & 23, 2014
NOTICE TO PROPERTY
Notice is hereby given by the City of Dell Rapids that it is, pursuant to Section 1 Article VI of the Municipal Ordinances, the responsibility of each person in possession or control of any land within the municipal boundary of the City of Dell Rapids to keep said lands free of any noxious weeds and to keep grass and weeds on maintained so that grass and weeds are less than EIGHT (8) inches in height. Undeveloped and unplatted property located more than 100 feet from developed or platted land shall be maintained so that grass and weeds are less than TWELVE (12) inches in height. If a property receives a notice of violation, the property shall have FIVE (5) days to abate the nuisance. Upon failure to comply within FIVE (5) days of the posting of such notice, the City is empowered to cut, destroy or remove weeds, grass and other noxious matter. The City will then by special assessment, defray the costs associated with the work, against the property.
Published July 9th and July 16th, 2014 at the approximate cost of $31.72.
1444455 Jul. 9 & 16, 2014
CIV. # 14-1344
NOTICE OF HEARING
STate of south dakota )
COUNTY OF MINNEHAHA )
IN CIRCUIT COURT
SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
In the matter of the Petitions of
CARA JO STRAND,
CARA JO STRAND, guardian of
MAIYA MARIE STRAND,
To change their names.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Petitions of Cara Jo Strand and Cara Jo Strand, guardian of Maiya Marie Strand have been filed by Cara Jo Strand to change their names from Maiya Marie Strand to Maiya Marie Bonte and Cara Jo Strand to Cara Jo Bonte. On the 29th day of July, 2014, at the hour of 11:00 am said Petitions will be heard by the Court, at the Minnehaha County Courthouse, City of Sioux Falls, South Dakota, or as soon thereafter as is convenient for the court. Any interested party 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 24th day of June, 2014.
/s/ Thomas J. Farrell
Thomas J. Farrell
1444301 July 2, 9, 16 & 23, 2014
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In the Matter of the Estate of MARCELLA A. ELLINGSON, also known as MARCIE ELLINGSON, Deceased.
Notice is given that TED H. ELLINGSON, whose address is 1051 N. Summit Ave. #10; Madison, SD 57042 is handling the estate of MARCELLA A. ELLINGSON, also known as MARCIE ELLINGSON.
Creditors of the decedent must file their claims within four (4) months after the date of the first publication of this notice or their claims may be barred.
Claims must be filed with TED H. ELLINGSON.
/s/ Ted H. Ellingson
Ted H. Ellingson
1051 N. Summit Ave. #10
Madison, SD 57042
1443990 July 2, 9 & 16 2014