Legals and notices - Aug. 20
August 20. 2014 10:55AM
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA)
COUNTY OF MINNEHAHA)
IN CIRCUIT COURT
SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
In the Matter of the Estate of
ROBERT J. POLLOCK,
Notice is hereby given that on the 14th day of August, 2014, Lori Ann Pollock, whose address is 8605 E. 10th Street, Sioux Falls, South Dakota, 57110, was appointed as Personal Representative of the Estate of Robert J. Pollock, 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 14th day of August, 2014.
/s/ Lori Ann Pollock
Lori Ann Pollock -
8605 E. 10th Street
Sioux Falls, South Dakota 57110
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
Aug. 20, 27 &
1447319 Sept. 3, 2014
Dell Rapids Township: Owners and tenants of property in Dell Rapids Township are required to mow road ditched before Sept. 15, 2014. Those road ditches not clear of grass, weeds and brush by Sept. 15, 2014, may be mowed by Dell Rapids Township at a rate of $200 per one mower swath per one side, per one mile, or cleared for a clearance fee and assessed at the owners' property taxes.
Owners and tenants are not allowed to fence or place any landscaping materials in the township road right of way. This resolution was adopted at the annual Dell Rapids Township meeting 2014.
Any owner or renters who wish to tile across any Dell Rapids Township road must receive permission from two township supervisors to cross the road. Gravel needs to be replaced per supervisors' discretions with repairs to the road to the satisfaction of the township board of supervisors. This policy is retroactive to January 1, 2008.
Dell Rapids Township
Board of Supervisors
Published twice at the total approximate cost of $29.95.
1447318 Aug. 20 & 27, 2014
THE MINNEHAHA COUNTY COMMISSION CONVENED AT 9:00 A.M. August 12, 2014 pursuant to adjournment on August 5, 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 Beninga, seconded by Barth, to approve the August 5, 2014 Commission Minutes. 5 ayes.
VOUCHERS TO BE PAID
MOTION by Beninga, seconded by Pekas, to approve the following bills in the amount of $481,705.77. 5 ayes.
A & B Business Equip Office Equipm 71.31, A&B Concrete Inc New Bldg. & S 969.39, Amazon.Com Office Suppli 72.06, Amazon.Com Program Activ 24.00, Advance Auto Parts Automotive/ Sm 35.99, Airway Service Inc Automotive/Sm 203.92, Alcohol Monitoring S Alternatives 523.60, Allied Oil & Tire Co Automotive/Sm 667.68, Amazon Mktplace Pmts Data Processi 19.35, Amazon Mktplace Pmts Office Suppli 213.53, Amazon Mktplace Pmts Safety & Resc 59.99, Arena Motel Motels 1,148.00, Armor Correctional H Contract Serv 32,044.08, Aschmeller, Dan Welfare Rent 450.00, Ato Systems Llc Education & T 395.00, Avera Health Event Education & T 10.00, Avera McKennan Hospi Hospitals 6,719.18, Avera McKennan Hospi Physicians 3,212.93, Avera Medical Group Physicians 170.80, Avera Radiology Other Profess 248.57, Bargain Barn Tire Ct Automotive/Sm 85.00, Boeckholt, Angie Education & T 100.00, Bourne, Anna Bd Evaluation 787.50, Boyd, Michelle Uniform Allow 500.00, Boyer Trucks Sioux F Truck Repair 112.49, Bp Products North Am Expenditures 38.00, Bp Products North Am Gas,Oil,Diese 20.10, Bradfield, Matt Dba Maintenance C 70.00, Brandner, Bud (Clare Welfare Rent 585.00, Brown & Saenger Office Equipm 23.79, Brown & Saenger Volunteer Per 80.00, Builders Supply Comp Building Repa 65.55, Calif Dept Of Motor Copy Fees 10.00, Cam Spray IPP Jail Repairs 485.56, Cambridge Partnership Welfare Rent 1,050.00, Campbell Supply Co I Automotive/Sm 12.00, Campbell Supply Co I Building Repa 8.78, Campbell Supply Co I Gas,Oil,Diese 99.98, Campbell Supply Co I Grounds & Par 18.28, Campbell Supply Co I Small Tools, 123.32, Campbell Supply Co I Truck Repair 4.58, Campbell Supply Co I Uniform Allow 78.97, Carlton County (MN) Return Of Ser 80.00, Caseys Business Trav 42.62, Caseys Education & T 42.90, Cbcinnovis Inc Recruitment 60.55, CBM Managed Services Board Of Pris 10,013.66, CBM Managed Services Inmate Suppli 747.58, Center For Family Me Other Profess 150.00, Center For Family Me Physicians 123.17, Century Business Pro Office Suppli 413.25, Champs Uniform Allow 124.99, Charm-Tex Inc Child Care Un 123.50, Chasing Willows Ltd Welfare Rent 700.00, Classique Airline Va Business Trav 157.98, Cleveland Heights Ap Welfare Rent 1,000.00, Cliff Avenue Auto Pa Automotive/Sm 4.67, Climate Systems, Inc VOA Dakotas 55.46, Cohoon, Scott Welfare Rent 1,150.00, Cole Papers, Inc. HHS Custodial 48.69, Complete Property Ll Welfare Rent 450.00, Concrete Materials Road Maint. & 134,675.70, Construction Product VOA Dakotas 35.88, Cops Plus, Inc Other Supplie 84.99, Dakota Alignment & F Automotive/Sm 52.47, Dakota Contracting C Contracted Co 33,722.50, Dakota Data Shred Office Suppli 31.26, Dakota Data Shred Trash Removal 105.81, Dakota Lettering Etc Volunteer Per 1,470.60, Dakota Lettering Etc 2011 Citizen 3,431.40, Dakota Splash Water Sewer 111.70, Dakota Supply Group, HHS Maintenan 335.58, Daves Automotive Automotive/Sm 758.92, Deans Bulk Svc Inc Parts Invento 667.35, Delta Air Business Trav 442.50, Don's Sinclair Gas,Oil,Diese 64.15, Doubletree Minn Pk P VOA Dakotas 146.67, Dropbox Software 99.00, Duffy, Ryan Attorney Fees 1,108.70, Eastern Farmers Coop Education & T 26.59, Eastern Farmers Coop Gas,Oil,Diese 48.00, Eastgate Towing Other Profess 94.00, Ebert's Properties, Co. Welfare 535.00, Ebert's Properties, Motels 490.00, EH Hospitality Llc Motels 535.00, Electric Supply Co., Contract Serv 385.80, Erpenbach, John E Recruitment 800.00, Etc/Expo For Her Mag Advertising 350.00, Etek Llc Dba Garfiel Welfare Rent 625.00, Expedia Education & T 21.00, Famous Footwear Uniform Allow 149.97, Fastenal Company Jail Repairs 187.85, Fastenal Company Truck Repair 14.98, Fencing Star Other Supplie 225.55, Firehouse Subs Amounts Held 224.95, First Dakota Nationa 2012 HLS Grant 3,331.25, First Gold Hotel Education & T 2,268.00, Fitts, Rod Dba Rod Welfare Rent 400.00, Fonder, Roger M Dba Automotive/Sm 540.00, Fremont Industries, Heat,Vent & A 466.72, G & R Controls Inc Building Repa 117.35, G And H Distributing Jail Repairs 50.91, Gannett NSSC/ Sioux F Child Care It 53.92, Gannett NSSC/Sioux F Office Suppli 14.29, Gannett NSSC/Sioux F Other Profess 376.67, Garnos, William Real Estate 964.00, Genzlinger, Janeen Court Reporte 45.60, George, Aaron Welfare Rent 842.00, Geotek Engineering & Architects & 320.50, GMIS Internat'l Maintenance C 150.00, Golden West Telephone 166.84, Graham Tire Co. Do Grounds & Par 150.14, Graham Tire Co. Do Truck Repair 150.14, Grainger, Inc. Building Repa 91.70, Grainger, Inc. Construction 65.60, Grainger, Inc. Electrical Re 20.11, Grainger, Inc. Jail Repairs 622.55, Graybar Electric Com Correction Ct 8.80, Graybar Electric Com Electrical Re 721.68, Graybar Electric Com HHS Maintenan 150.84, Guzman, Sandra V. Interpreters 150.00, Hanson, Michael W. Attorney Fees 461.10, Hanssen, Jana Welfare Rent 350.00, Harms Oil Company Gas,Oil,Diese 22,524.75, Harold's Photo Cente Program Activ 3.99, Hartmann, Alfred E Welfare Rent 600.00, Heartland Paper Comp Kitchen/Clean 1,617.78, Heimdal, Marie Ann Court Reporte 182.40, Heritage Funeral Hom Burials 2,250.00, HIBU Inc West Advertising 910.00, Hoekstra, Denise A. Court Reporte 1,122.40, Holiday Inn City Cen Business Trav 166.00, Holiday Stnstore Education & T 44.07, Home Federal Savings Welfare Rent 1,379.36, Homewood Suites Bloo Education & T 1,244.43, Horizon Agency Inc Expenditures 2,392.00, Horn, Garrett Attorney Fees 206.10, Howalt-McDowell Insu Notary Exp 100.00, Hurtgen, Timothy T/P Welfare Rent 500.00, Hy-Vee Accounts Rece Amounts Held 54.00, Hy-Vee Accounts Rece Business Trav 34.58, Hy-Vee Accounts Rece Education & T 35.27, Hy-Vee Accounts Rece Other Profess 40.44, Hy-Vee Accounts Rece Other Supplie 19.77, Hyatt Place Minneapo Business Trav 301.62, I State Truck Center Parts Invento 180.35, IA Public Def Traini Business Trav 192.00, Institutions Service Jail Repairs 187.26, Int'l Assn Of Assess Education & T 500.00, Interstate All Batte Data Processi 298.00, Interstate Office Pr Office Equipm 22.99, Interstate Office Pr Office Suppli 812.39, Interstate Office Pr Other Supplie 107.73, Interstate Office Pr Publishing Fe 27.98, Iosty, James Bd Exp. Fees 4,248.00, Iosty, James Crisis Interv 36.00, Iosty, James Dev Disabili 126.00, J.C. Penney Company, Uniform Allow 197.52, Jack's Sinclair Education & T 66.34, Jaros, Pete Investigators 99.90, JCL Solutions-Janito Janitorial/Ch 113.05, JCL Solutions-Janito Kitchen/Clean 206.76, JH Larson Company Building Repa 65.20, Jim & Ron's Service Other Profess 490.00, Johnson, Eric Welfare Rent 600.00, Johnson, Katie Pllc Attorney Fees 158.75, Johnstone Supply HHS Maintenan 268.50, Johnstone Supply Small Tools, 61.70, Kennedy, Renee S Court Reporte 152.00, Kmart Office Suppli 72.92, Kmart Uniform Allow 25.37, Kohl's Department St Uniform Allow 49.10, Koletzky, Sherlyn Attorney Fees 179.40, Krueger, Travis Education & T 174.64, Kum & Go Business Trav 23.87, Lafayette Instrument Other Supplie 123.50, Larson, Jeff Attorney Fees 321.90, Lewis Drug Stores Small Tools, 29.70, Lexjet Exhibit Mater 80.00, Limoges, Staci Program Activ 67.00, Live Well Props Llc/ Welfare Rent 1,150.00, Loving, Philip Bd Evaluation 1,775.00, Lowes Program Activ 57.91, Lowes Credit Service Building Repa 44.59, Mac's, Inc. Jail Repairs 17.00, Mailway Printers Museum Report 822.67, Malloy Electric Bear Coliseum Repa 12.20, Malloy Electric Bear Gas,Oil,Diese 48.06, Malloy Electric Bear Heat,Vent & A 164.21, Malloy Electric Bear Jail Repairs 138.50, Marathon Petro Education & T 45.49, Marriott Monte Business Trav -358.06, Matheson Tri-Gas Inc Lease-Rental 22.32, Matheson Tri-Gas Inc Plumbing & We 32.51, Maxwell Food Equipme Child Care Fo 49.39, Maxwell Food Equipme Other Supplie 461.81, Megaglass-Landofmarb Program Activ 15.39, Menards Building Repa 218.22, Menards Correction Ct 9.99, Menards Park/Recreati 59.91, Menards Automotive/Sm 5.57, Menards Grounds & Par 13.96, Menards Small Tools, 97.71, Metro Communications Attorney Fees 30.00, Metro Communications Other Profess 30.00, MidAmerican Energy C Welfare Utili 685.93, Mikelson, Gary E Attorney Fees 876.94, Minneapolis Parking Business Trav 17.00, Minnehaha Community Park/Recreati 25.00, Minnehaha Community Tea-Ellis Ran 25.00, Mobile Electronic Se Communication 2,922.98, Monick Pipe & Supply Correction Ct 96.00, Monick Pipe & Supply Grounds & Par 106.85, Monick Pipe & Supply Plumbing & We 131.52, Monick Pipe & Supply Plumbing & We 716.17, Moorhead Food Mart Gas,Oil,Diese 37.00, Murray Properties, L Welfare Rent 485.00, Newegg.Com Inc Data Processi 526.95, Nicholson, Tschetter Attorney Fees 1,867.53, Nordstroms Auto Recy Automotive/Sm 109.00, North American Truck Automotive/ Sm 132.27, North Ridge Apartmen Welfare Rent 500.00, Northern Truck Equip Automotive/Sm 129.51, Nubury Llc Welfare Rent 310.00, Nursery Wholesalers Grounds & Par 247.30, Nyberg's Ace Hardwar Building Repa 91.87, Nyberg's Ace Hardwar Electrical Re 10.99, Nyberg's Ace Hardwar Grounds & Par 3.45, Nyberg's Ace Hardwar Office Suppli 12.70, Nyberg's Ace Hardwar Other Supplie 39.47, Nyberg's Ace Hardwar Park/Recreati 15.27, Nyberg's Ace Hardwar Program Activ 79.98, Office Depot, Inc. Data Processi 162.95, Office Depot, Inc. Furniture & O 135.63, Office Depot, Inc. Office Suppli 886.67, Officemax Heat,Vent & A 74.99, Officemax Office Suppli 82.17, Omnicare Clinics Aux 75.53, Papa John's Other Miscell 59.55, PCS Mbl/Portable Com New World Cos 778.80, PCS Mbl/Portable Com Other Profess 2,725.80, Pecaut, Jon Dba Pec Welfare Rent 500.00, Peters, Scott N Pc Bd Exp. Fees 2,079.00, Peters, Scott N Pc Crisis Interv 81.00, Peters, Scott N Pc Dev Disabili 63.00, Phoenix Supply Llc Child Care Un 1,304.12, Pierre Parkside Deve Business Trav 332.00, Pierre Parkside Deve Education & T 166.00, Prahm Construction Contracted Co 61,207.50, Precision Dynamics C Inmate Suppli 1,020.00, Presto-X-Company Outside Repai 270.40, Proval Intl Users Co Education & T 495.00, Qt 587 Gas,Oil,Diese 92.80, Qualified Presort Se Kitchen/ Clean 6.90, Qualified Presort Se Postage 3,969.31, Quill Corp. Office Suppli 672.82, R & L Supply, Ltd Correction Ct 255.24, R & L Supply, Ltd Heat,Vent & A 41.87, R J Ries Vallet Clea Other Profess 59.18, Radisson Hotels Blmg Education & T 243.30, Ramsey Partners I Welfare Rent 600.00, Reardon, Thomas J Db Education & T 2,000.00, Red Rock Inn Business Trav 54.00, Redi Towing Inc Other Profess 102.50, Redwood Court Ltd Pt Welfare Rent 600.00, Rehntals Llc Welfare Rent 525.00, Rensberger, Ron Welfare Rent 500.00, Residence Inn Business Trav 1,395.48, Robsons Inc Dba Rob Other Supplie 47.96, Robsons Inc Dba Rob Plumbing & We 17.98, Rochester Armored Ca Armored Car 379.50, Rudolphs Shoes Uniform Allow 219.98, Rypkema, Diane Education & T 100.00, Sanford Health Plan Expenditures 2,472.82, Sanford Hospital Hospitals 13,202.60, Schuneman Equip Co Automotive/ Sm 898.14, Scotty's Automotive Automotive/Sm 694.13, SD Attorney General Amts Held-Dai 6,840.00, SD Dept Of Human Svc Other Profess 79.40, SD Dept Of Public Sa 2012 HLS Grant 225.00, SD Div Of Criminal I Professional 129.75, SD Planners Associat Memberships 25.00, SD Secretary Of State Notary Exp 60.00, SDES (SD Engineering Memberships 245.42, SDN Communications Data Communic 331.50, SDN Communications Telephone 688.50, SDRA Education & T 340.00, Security Labs, Ltd Maintenance C 325.00, Sfi*Photosbyshutterf Program Activ 74.47, Sheehan Mack Sales & Truck Repair 322.71, Shell Oil Gas,Oil,Diese 140.03, Shepherd Reporting L Court Reporte 225.00, Sheraton Ft Worth Business Trav 583.05, Shi International Co Data Processi 6,967.90, Signs Plus Graphics Vehicle Equip 425.00, Simon, Anthony (OR) Other Profess 75.00, Sioux Empire FCU 148 Program Activ 146.37, Sioux Falls Airport Business Trav 8.00, Sioux Falls Chamber Education & T 40.00, Sioux Falls Chamber Travel Heib 25.00, Sioux Falls Utilitie Welfare Utili 139.40, Sisson Printing, Inc Other Miscell 160.00, Southeastern Behavio Crisis Interv 8,733.57, Stan Houston Equipme Bridge Repair 768.75, Stangeland, Lori Education & T 100.00, Staples Office Suppli 236.82, State Steel Of SD Building Repa 258.89, Sunshine Foods Welfare Food 444.57, Szameit, Alexandra Interpreters 425.00, Taylor, Michele Other Misc. R 500.00, Thomson Reuters We Legal Researc 1,671.75, Timberland Village A Welfare Rent 500.00, Tires,Tires,Tires In Automotive/Sm 832.56, Tires,Tires,Tires In Gas,Oil,Diese 411.25, Tires,Tires,Tires In HIDTA Grant 873.80, Trane Heat,Vent & A 302.95, TTT Investments Llc Welfare Rent 550.00, Turning Leaf Llc Welfare Rent 670.00, Ultramax Ammunition 879.00, United Air Business Trav 106.50, United Air Education & T 2,823.00, US Bank-Corporate Tr Trust-Adminis 4,400.00, Usps.Com Postage 931.01, Variety Foods Llc Other Profess 367.54, Vesely, Josh Uniform Allow 59.99, Vogel Motors Llc Gas,Oil,Diese 33.00, Volunteers Of Americ Other Profess 3,000.00, Wal-Mart Other Profess 168.44, Wal-Mart Pharmacy Clinics Aux 104.43, Wal-Mart Pharmacy Other Profess 82.80, Wal-Mart Pharmacy Other Supplie 107.06, Wal-Mart Pharmacy Supplemental 49.14, Wal-Mart Pharmacy Pharmacies 698.00, Walker, Cathy Welfare Rent 600.00, Westbrooke Apts/ Inve Welfare Rent 600.00, Westwick Motel, Inc. Motels 960.00, Wheelco Brake & Supp Parts Invento 262.08, Whentowork Inc Other Profess 126.00, Winter Inc Bridge Repair 385.00, Winter Inc Road Maint. & 210.00, Wolf, John Welfare Rent 500.00, Xcel Energy, Inc. Welfare Utili 3,172.34, Yellow Cab Inc Transportatio 49.72
The Minnehaha County Sheriff's Department Report and Regional Juvenile Detention Center Report for July 2014, and the Auditor's Account with the County Treasurer's Office as of July 31, 2014, were received and placed on file in the Auditor's Office.
On Deposit in Banks: Interest-bearing open accounts, $17,830,466.07; CD's and savings, $15,000,000.00; Cash, $22,098.58; Checks/drafts in Treasurer's possession for more than 3 days, $4,481.42; Total Cash on Hand, $32,857,046.07; Total Reconciled AS/400 Cash Balance, $32,857,046.07
MOTION by Pekas, seconded by Beninga, to approve the following personnel changes. 5 ayes.
1. To hire David Andrews and Kiel Ricci as Deputy Sheriff (16/2) for the Sheriff's Office at $20.25/hour effective 8/18/14.
2. To accept the resignation of Jeralyne Boelman as Corrections System Operator for the Jail effective 8/15/14.
3. To accept the resignation of Kallie Steffens as Juvenile Correctional Worker for the Juvenile Detention Center effective 8/1/14.
4. To end the temporary, part-time employment of Kyle Braun as Laborer for the Highway Department effective 8/6/14.
5. To end the temporary, part-time employment of Daniel Smit as Laborer for the Highway Department effective 6/26/14.
6. To hire Sheree Frericks as temporary, part-time Clerical Support for the Public Advocate's Office at $12.00/hour effective 8/25/14.
Step Increases Due
1. Jacqueline Rasmussen - Senior Deputy Public Defender - Public Defender - 22/12 to 22/13 - 8/18/14 - $3,003.20/bi-weekly
2. Julia Disburg - Human Resources Generalist - Human Resources - 16/1 to 16/2 - 8/7/14 - $20.25/hour
3. James Phelps - Caseworker III - Human Services - 18/11 to 18/12 - 6/9/14 - $2,288.80/bi-weekly
MOTION by Pekas, seconded by Barth, to authorize the County Auditor to Post Notice of Hearing on August 26, 2014, to consider 2014 Budget Supplements to various county department budgets. 5 ayes.
Commissioner Pekas gave a briefing on a request for compromise of lien for DPNO 84464 in the amount of $175.00 and DPNO 84761 in the amount of $973.25. Both liens are related to an involuntary commitment action the applicant initiated against her adult niece and a follow-up motion to revoke. The applicant is asking for a compromise and release of the liens in full with no payment stating that she and her husband are currently trying to improve their own financial situation and do not have the ability to pay this lien. According to a 2013 tax return the applicant and her husband have a combined income of approximately $36,000. They list total assets of $156,250 that include a home and several vehicles associated with an auto body repair business. They list liabilities of just over $120,000 that include a home mortgage, medical bills, credit card debt, and credit union debts. MOTION by Pekas, seconded by Barth, to approve Resolution MC14-48. 5 ayes.
WHEREAS, a County Aid Lien in the amount of $175.00 purports to exist in favor of Minnehaha County and against DPNO 84464 as Lienee, and a County Aid Lien in the amount of $973.25 purports to exist in favor of Minnehaha County and against DPNO 84761 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 both liens in full with no payment.
Dated at Sioux Falls, South Dakota, this 12th day of August, 2014.
Deputy County Auditor
MALT BEVERAGE HEARING
A public hearing was held for a Retail (on-off sale) Malt Beverage License Application submitted by Jeffrey & Victoria Wilde owners of Wilde Prairie Winery, Inc. Victoria Wilde was present to answer any questions from the Commission. No one spoke in opposition. MOTION by Beninga, seconded by Barth, to approve the Retail (on-off sale) Malt Beverage license application for Wilde Prairie Winery, Inc., legal description of licensed premise: Chase's Tract 1, A Portion of the SE 1/4 of the SW 1/4 Section 16-T102N-R48. 5 ayes.
Shannon Schultz, Assistant Highway Superintendent, gave a briefing on Change Order #1 for an increase of $36,045 to the contract with Dakota Contracting Corporation for additional rock excavation on Project 50-215-010. The change order is for additional blasting and rock excavation due to inaccurate soil boring information in bedrock elevations. MOTION by Pekas, seconded by Beninga, to authorize the Chairman to sign Change Order #1 to the contract with Dakota Contracting Corporation for Project 50-215-010, resulting in a new contract amount of $397,121.73. 5 ayes.
Jason Reaves, Sr. Highway Engineer, reported on the August 5, 2014 bid opening for Interior Concrete Paving at the W. H. Lyon Fairgrounds Expo Building. The following three bids were received and certified by Mr. Reaves: Beck & Hofer Construction, $182,655.15; A&S Construction, $197,121.70; Dakota Contracting Corp., $207,211.25. Mr. Reaves recommended the bid be awarded to the low bidder, Beck & Hofer Construction. MOTION by Pekas, seconded by Barth, to award the bid for Interior Concrete Paving at the W. H. Lyon Fairgrounds Expo Building to Beck & Hofer Construction in the amount of $182,655.15. 5 ayes.
(Deferred from August 5, 2014) Bob Litz, Auditor, gave a briefing on the purchase of two Model DS 850 high speed digital image scanner ballot counters from Election Systems & Software Systems (ES&S) in the amount of $217,625. This amount includes the cost of the equipment, installation, training, first election on-site support, and shipping fees. Also reflected in the sales order agreement is a $15,000 trade-in allowance on two (2) model 650 ballot scanners. The purchase will be covered by Help America Vote Act funds which are administered by the South Dakota Secretary of State's Office. Kersten Kappmeyer, Chief Civil Deputy State's Attorney, stated that in his opinion the purchase of ballot counting machines is exempt from bidding requirements under SDCL Ch. 5-18A. MOTION by Barth, seconded by Pekas, to authorize the purchase of two Model DS 850 Ballot Scanners in the amount of $217,625. 5 ayes.
Darlene Johnson, Assistant Auditor, gave a briefing on the following supplements to the 2014 Budget.
MOTION by Beninga, seconded by Pekas, to supplement from the General Fund to the Commission Budget, ASN 15067 Business Travel, $614.62 and the Public Defender Budget, ASN 15764 Education & Training, $307.40, representing reimbursement from the State of South Dakota. 5 ayes.
MOTION by Pekas, seconded by Kelly, to supplement from the Building Fund to the Building Fund Budget, ASN 19630 VOA - Dakotas, $55,437.21, representing insurance reimbursement from CHUBB Group of Insurance Companies for hail damage to the roof of the 51st Street VOA - Dakotas Building. 5 ayes. Ken McFarland, Commission Administrative Officer, stated that this amount is only a partial payment for the roof repairs. If repairs are completed within a 180 day period, the County will receive an additional $27,587 to pay the balance of the cost.
MOTION by Beninga, seconded by Barth, to supplement from the General Fund to the Auditor-Elections Budget, ASN 15100 Overtime Salaries, $7,154 and ASN 15153 Office Supplies, $1,151, representing reimbursement from the City of Sioux Falls for services provided for the April, 2014 election. 5 ayes.
Robert Wilson, Assistant Commission Administrative Officer, gave a briefing on a recommendation from the Building Committee to retain Mr. Bill Garnos as a consultant during the master planning, pre-design work and cost preparation work related to the Minnehaha County Jail. Mr. Garnos was appointed to the Criminal Justice Advisory Committee in July 2014 as a consultant, and he is willing to continue to work at the same rate of $75.00 hourly plus expenses that include mileage at $0.50 per mile. MOTION by Kelly, seconded by Barth, to authorize the Chairman to sign the Professional Services Agreement for Consulting Services for Jail master planning, pre-design work, and cost preparation. 5 ayes.
Commissioner Barth reported that the Planning Department will be resuming hearings on the comprehensive plan for Minnehaha County.
Commissioner Barth reported on the Museum Board Meeting where it was decided to retain the prehistoric Prayer Rock at the Pettigrew Museum site.
Commissioner Kelly reported that Craig Anderson has resigned as Chairman of the Criminal Justice Advisory Committee due to work commitments. Robert Wilson reported that the Committee will be bringing forward recommendations for his replacement for the Commission to consider as well as potentially adding some additional members.
Commissioner Barth stated the agricultural activity learning center at the W.H. Lyon Fairgrounds donated by Pipestone Holdings, is a fabulous addition to the Sioux Empire Fair.
MOTION by Pekas, seconded by Barth, to go into executive session for contract negotiations, and legal briefing reserving the possibility to reconvene in regular session. 5 ayes.
The Commission reconvened in regular session.
Kersten Kappmeyer, Chief Civil Deputy State's Attorney, gave a briefing on a recommendation from Boyce, Greenfield, Pashby & Welk, LLP, who has been retained to represent Minnehaha County in litigation that was brought by Hutchinson Technology, Inc. The recommendation is for Minnehaha County to retain Shaykett Appraisal Co. as an expert witness to perform a property appraisal in order to fully litigate the matter. Shaykett Appraisal Co. has given a price quote of $250 per hour for the principal to provide services and $175 per hour for associates to provide services. The total cost estimate of services is $5,000 to $10,000. Mr. Kappmeyer asked for approval of the expenditure of public funds for the purposes of litigation. MOTION by Barth, seconded by Pekas, to approve the retention of Shaykett Appraisal Co., at the quoted hourly rate of $250 per hour for the principal and $175 per hour for associate services. MOTION by Beninga, seconded by Pekas, to amend the main motion by stipulating the Sioux Falls School District is to pay 70% and the County pays 30% of the cost of the services, rather than the proposed split of 60% County and 40% Sioux Falls School District. Beninga stated he feels that since the school district receives 70% of the property tax revenue, they should share the same percentage of the cost of the appraisal services. VOTE on amendment. 2 ayes, Kelly, Pekas and Barth voted nay. Motion fails. VOTE on Main Motion. 5 ayes. MOTION by Pekas, seconded by Kelly, to approve shared expenses for the expert witness and appraisal services with Shaykett Appraisal Co., with Minnehaha County paying 60% and the Sioux Falls School District paying 40%. 3 ayes, Beninga and Heiberger voted nay. Motion carries.
Motion by Pekas, seconded by Barth to go into executive session for legal briefing and contract negotiations. 5 ayes.
The Commission adjourned until 9:00 a.m. on Tuesday, August 19, 2014.
Published once at the total approximate cost of $235.68.
1447179 Aug. 20, 2014
School Board Proceedings
The Dell Rapids School District Board of Education met Monday, August 11, 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 Supervisor; Jeff Dvorak, Activities Director; Barry Sutherland, Buildings and Grounds Maintenance Manager; Matt Larson; Joe Sneve.
President Morris called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m. and the Pledge of Allegiance was recited.
15-018 Motion by Weiland, seconded by Randall, to approve the minutes of the July 14, 2014 budget hearing and annual organizational meeting. All voted aye.
15-019 Motion by Stofferahn, seconded by Randall, to approve the agenda with the addition of 9.G. - 2nd Reading of Policy JHCD-A - Student Self-Administration of Asthma or Anaphylaxis Medication. All voted aye.
15-020 Motion by Randall, seconded by Schumaker, to approve the consent agenda. All voted aye.
A. Payment of August Claims.
General Fund: Ace Hardware, supplies - 471.40; Agednet.com, subscription - 399.00; Allegromedical.com, supplies - 19.69; Area II ASBO, dues - 75.00; Argus Leader, publications/ad - 761.02; Best Western Ramkota, lodging - 181.98; BMO Mastercard (Carrier Enterprises, supplies - 126.75); Calloway House, supplies - 95.93; Carolina Biological Supply, supplies - 178.42; City of Dell Rapids, utilities - 1991.13; Claritus, supplies/postage meter - 195.68; Comfort Inn, lodging - 351.00; County Fair, supplies - 55.04; Cubby's, gas - 1110.52; Dauby's, supplies - 887.00; DR Lumber, supplies - 9.90; Dell's Farm & Tire, supplies - 398.00; Dells Electric, purchased services - 1386.53; Delta Education, supplies - 194.55; Dick Blick, supplies - 545.73; DR Agency Fund, reimbursement for CTE registration - 210.00; Jeff Dvorak, training reimbursement - 40.00; ECRI, supplies - 618.12; Educational Insight, supplies - 91.13; Elite Business Systems, copiers - 821.93; Evan Moor, supplies - 29.99; Doug Fiedler, training reimbursement - 40.00; Flinn Scientific, supplies - 263.76; Ford Sign Company, supplies - 67.00; Garbage N More, garbage removal - 225.00; Geopalz, supplies - 837.95; Stacey Gleason, travel reimbursement - 534.40; Golden West, telephone service - 13.62; Grainger, supplies - 70.36; Graves IT Solutions, purchased services - 80.00; Hampton Inn, lodging - 411.00; Heartland Paper, supplies - 2573.14; Steve Hegge, training reimbursement - 40.00; Hermitage Art Company, supplies - 32.23; Hewlett Packard, supplies - 1469.40; High Plains Technology, purchased services - 480.00; Hillyard, supplies - 213.78; Impact Applications, subscription - 600.00; Craig Jorgensen, training reimbursement - 40.00; JW Pepper, supplies - 256.18; K&M Music, supplies - 138.00; Kodo Inspiring Exploration, supplies - 66.00; Ryan Kooima, training reimbursement - 40.00; Lakeshore Learning, supplies - 340.94; Matheson Tri-Gas, supplies - 31.77; Mid-States Asbestos Removal, purchased services - 1922.00; MidAmerican Energy, utilities - 495.66; Midwest Alarm, monitoring - 57.62; Mindware, supplies - 92.74; Music is Elementary, supplies - 3178.67; NASCO, supplies - 728.93; Michelle Nelson/SDAAE, registrations - 235.00; North Central Bus, repair parts - 97.99; North Central International, repair parts - 746.41; Office Max, supplies - 788.16; Oriental Trading, supplies - 92.97; Pearson Education, supplies - 1577.25; PearsonSchool.com, supplies - 2446.10; Pellets, Inc., supplies - 99.50; Performance Press, supplies - 178.00; Pfeifer Implement, repair parts - 293.55; Plank Road Publishing, supplies - 435.89; Premier, supplies - 799.15; Quill, supplies - 25.27; Realityworks, supplies - 899.85; Really Good Stuff, supplies - 252.79; Magen Richeal, training reimbursement - 40.00; Roemen's Automotive, supplies - 1057.89; Roof Systems, Inc., purchased services - 253.18; Jake Runestad, supplies - 45.00; S&S, supplies - 298.95; Scholastic Classroom Magazine, subscription - 76.89; School Databooks, supplies - 316.01; School Nurse Supply, supplies - 155.58; School Specialty, supplies - 6575.89; SD Library Network, membership - 675.00; SD Teacher Placement Center, membership - 420.00; SDN Communications, purchased services - 484.33; Simplex Grinnell, purchased services - 3255.21; Dale Solberg, training reimbursement - 40.00; Southeast Area Coop, supplies - 11980.44; Southwest Plastic Binding Co., supplies - 528.39; Supreme School Supply, supplies - 59.96; Taste of Home, subscription - 7.00; Teacher's Curriculum Institute, supplies - 441.00; Teacher's Tape, supplies - 64.89; Teaching Treasures, supplies - 81.88; Tessiers, purchased services - 331.75; TASC, purchased services - 1841.34; Trend, supplies - 64.21; Trucks of Bismarck, repair parts - 400.69; US Postal Service, postage - 1000.00; Voyager Fleet Systems, gas - 94.22; Jeff Welbig, grounds maintenance - 583.00; Woodwind and Brasswind, supplies - 664.99; Xcel Energy, utilities - 586.08. TOTAL GENERAL FUND CLAIMS - $67,977.24.
Capital Outlay Fund: A-B Business Equipment, equipment - 1304.42; BMO Mastercard (Weather Goose/IT Watchdogs, equipment - 405.17); Brown & Saenger, equipment - 150.00; Connecting Point, equipment - 35475.00; Daktronics, equipment - 7372.00; Dells Diesel, purchased services - 13645.83; Dollamur Sport Surfaces, equipment - 9100.00; Elite Business Systems, copiers - 825.00; EMC/Paradigm Publishing, textbooks - 13297.68; Hauff Mid-America Sports, uniforms - 1120.00; Hewlett Packard, equipment - 14787.08; Houghton Mifflin, textbooks - 8252.97; Lakeshore Learning, textbooks - 528.77; Pearson Education, textbooks - 2136.65; Quill, equipment - 369.99; School Specialty, equipment - 1942.11; Sioux Falls Interiors, carpet - 17796.00; Teacher's Curriculum Institute, textbooks - 6615.00; Xcel Energy, utilities - 11671.63. TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY FUND CLAIMS - $146,795.30.
Special Education Fund: CCHS, purchased services - 16193.11; CHS, purchased services - 1259.55; County Fair, supplies - 6.45; Cubby's, gas - 1467.24; Dells Farm & Tire, tires - 1347.00; Harlow's, repair parts - 33.54; IPC/SF School District, tuition - 396.76; Lewis Drug, supplies - 10.12; Pearson, supplies - 525.16; Roemen's Automotive, repair parts - 352.72; SD Dept. of Human Services, purchased services - 6795.89; T&A Service, repair parts - 159.10. TOTAL SPECIAL EDUCATION FUND CLAIMS - $28,546.64.
Food Service Fund: Kris Langer, refund - 59.00. TOTAL FOOD SERVICE FUND CLAIMS - $59.00.
Enterprise Fund: BMO Mastercard (Pipestone National Monument, Haven admission - 3.00; Pipestone Aquatic Center, Haven admission - 296.00; Children's Museum of SD, Haven admission - 390.00; Hillcrest Aquatic Center, Haven admission - 215.00; Terrace Park, Haven admission - 193.00; Home Depot, Haven supplies - 6.89; Walmart, Haven supplies - 378.72; NDSU, Haven science training - 65.00; Best Buy, Haven equipment - 139.98; Wild Water West, Haven raffle supplies - 52.64); County Fair, Haven supplies/food/meals - 2645.60; Cubby's, Haven gas - 130.06; CDI, Haven background check - 43.25; Logan Entertainment/Dells Theater, Haven admissions - 364.00; Samantha Mathis, training/mileage reimbursement - 23.87; Bonnie Mogen, camp fee refund - 50.00; Sheltered Reality, Haven program - 975.00; Verizon Wireless, Haven phones - 68.91; Wild West Waterpark, Haven admissions - 628.32. TOTAL ENTERPRISE FUND CLAIMS - $6,669.24.
Payroll: Elementary - 68597.32; Middle School - 63992.94; High School - 71757.28; Title I - 7750.28; Guidance - 7165.53; Health - 3671.95; Improvement of Instruction - 918.46; Library - 0.00; Technology - 10093.07; General Administration - 12597.48; School Administration - 23762.79; Business Office - 8539.78; Maintenance - 26806.37; Transportation - 4816.98; Cocurricular Activities - 11657.05; Special Education - 46386.61; Food Service - 370.62; Before/After School Enterprise Fund - 23116.48; Camp Enterprise Funds - 15724.22. TOTAL PAYROLL - $407,725.21.
B. July 2014 Financial Report. (See Statement of Cash Receipts.)
C. Surplus Property - declare of no value and approve disposal:
1. Sharp FO-4470 Fax Machine
2. Office seating
3. Office cabinet
D. Personnel Report.
1. Accept Resignations: Stacey Gleason - middle school quiz bowl sponsor; Jeff Dvorak - high school girls' golf coach; Shannon Tjaden - middle school football coach; Mary Haas - associate; Sherry Brandner - associate; Kevin Mattern - custodian
2. Approve Employment: Mary Slunecka - early childhood SPED teacher - $35,650.00; Becca Reyes - .5 FTE Spanish teacher - $15,675.00; Greg Schwebach - middle school football coach - $1,881.00; Greg Schwebach - assistant high school track coach - $2,194.50; Dane Stone - assistant high school football coach - $2,947.50; Jordan Huska - assistant high school football coach - $2,790.00; Tyler Maschino - assistant high school boys' basketball coach - $2,821.50; Michael Lueders - assistant wrestling coach - $3,275.00; Nicole Geraets - assistant high school girls basketball coach - $2,916.00; Grace Licktieg - assistant high school volleyball coach - $2,947.50; Whitney Licktieg - assistant high school volleyball coach - $2,790.00; Magen Richeal - cheerleading coach - $4,585.00; Paul Bunkers - custodian - $10.50/hour; Eve Pickard - interpreter, as needed - $14.00/hour; Meg Dearduff - Haven assistant - $7.25/hour; Karlie Jorgensen - Haven assistant - $7.50/hour; Ramzee Spiegelberg - Haven assistant - $7.50/hour; Nicole Mattern - Haven assistant - $7.50/hour
3. Approve Contract Additions: Jason Fersdahl - middle school quiz bowl advisor - $641.00; Shannon Tjaden - high school girls golf coach - $2,170.00; Joseph Brisbois - middle school football coach - $1,860.00; Aimee Lenocker - middle school girls' basketball coach - $1,860.00; Mark Shriver - middle school boys basketball coach - $1,965.00; Julie Barber - adaptive P.E. - $3,020.00
D. Authorizations and ratifications - approve open enrollment requests FY15-07 through FY15-11.
Jeff Dvorak reported the STI instructor and student artist have assigned to Dell Rapids School District all rights to the newly created mascot. Work is continuing on development of a font that will work on all background colors, but the mascot image is complete.
15-021 Motion by Schumaker, seconded by Weiland, to approve the new Quarrier mascot logo. All voted aye.
The board discussed shuttle transportation for St. Mary dual-enrollment students. Because of the frequency of disruptions for the transportation manager, it is not feasible to continue having the transportation manager as shuttle driver. The cost to hire a driver is significantly higher than shuttle fees charged in the past. Superintendent Shultz reported that public school high school students are not provided transportation to the elementary school for teaching assistant assignments, and she has spoken with St. Mary administration about discontinuing the shuttle. The consensus of the board was to not provide shuttle service for dual-enrollment classes. The board would consider shuttle service in the future if St. Mary would find a driver and reimburse the public school for driver wages/benefits and bus mileage.
Business Manager Littel reported that one competitive quotation was received from Cubby's for the furnishing of diesel fuel and unleaded gasoline for district vehicles. It was noted that during the coldest winter months, diesel buses may require the purchase of an alternate blended fuel at pump price wherever available.
15-022 Motion by Weiland, seconded by Randall, to accept Cubby's proposal to provide diesel fuel and unleaded gasoline at $.06 below pump price. All voted aye.
Preliminary elementary enrollment numbers were reviewed. First and second grade class sizes are approaching full load. The consensus of the board was to authorize the administration to hire another associate for first and second grade, with an additional teacher to be hired for a fourth section if class enrollment exceeds 75 students.
15-023 Motion by Morris, seconded by Stofferahn, to retain the Swier Law Firm at $175.00 per hour as the school's legal counsel. All voted aye.
15-024 Motion by Schumaker, seconded by Weiland, to approve the second reading and adoption of new, reviewed, and revised policies: JHCD - Physician Prescribed Services; JHCDB - Epinephrine Auto-Injectors; GCN - Professional Teaching Staff Evaluation; GDN - Support Staff Evaluation; CGB - Business Manager Evaluation; GBL - Personnel Records; JHCD-A - Student Self-Administration of Asthma or Anaphylaxis Medication. All voted aye.
Administrative updates were given.
15-025 Motion by Weiland, seconded by Randall, to adjourn the meeting at 7:55 p.m. All voted aye.
Tom Morris, President
Barbara Littel, Business Manager
(unofficial until approved by the
Board of Education)
Published once at the total approximate cost of $200.25.
1447107 Aug. 20, 2014
Notice of Application for Executive Clemency
Arthur Lowell Hansen, Jr. who was sentenced from Minnehaha County, the 21st day of May, 1990 to serve 2 years in the South Dakota State Penitentiary with 2 years suspended with 180 days in jail, a fine and costs, and four years' probation for the crime of Intentional Damage to Property, and who was sentenced from Minnehaha County, the 21st day of May, 1990 to serve 10 years in the South Dakota State Penitentiary with 10 years suspended with 180 days in jail, a fine and costs, and four years' probation for the crime of Aggravated Assault has applied to the South Dakota Board of Pardons and Paroles for a pardon.
1446887 Aug. 13, 20 & 27, 2014
CIV. NO. 14-1769
NOTICE OF HEARING FOR NAME CHANGE
STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA)
COUNTY OF MINNEHAHA)
IN CIRCUIT COURT
SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN THE MATTER OF THE
APPLICATION FOR NAME CHANGE OF MORGAN MARIE DORNBERGER TO MORGAN MARIE GAGE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a Verified Petition for Name Change has been filed by Morgan Marie Dornberger, and her legal guardian, the South Dakota Department of Human Services, the object of which is to change Morgan Marie Dornberger's name from Morgan Marie Dornberger to to Morgan Marie Gage. On the 9th day of September, 2014, at the hour of 11:00 a.m., said Verified Petition will be heard by the Court in a Court Room in the Minnehaha County Courthouse, 425 N. Dakota Ave., City of Sioux Falls, Minnehaha County, 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 July, 2014.
LYNN, JACKSON, SHULTZ & LEBRUN, P.C.
By: /s/ Jon Sogn
110 N. Minnesota Ave., Suite 400
P.O. Box 2700
Sioux Falls, SD 57101-2700
Attorneys for Petitioners
Aug. 13, 20, 27 &
1446886 Sept. 3, 2014
ORDER FOR AND
NOTICE OF HEARING
STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA)
COUNTY OF MINNEHAHA)
IN CIRCUIT COURT
SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN THE MATTER OF THE
PETITION FOR CHANGE OF NAME OF
CHALTU FEYISSA DINSSA,
Notice is hereby given that Chaltu Feyissa Dinssa has filed a Petition for Change of Name with the above-entitled Court. A hearing on said Petition is scheduled for 11 o'clock a.m. on the 16th day of September 2014, at the Minnehaha County Courthouse, Sioux Falls, South Dakota, at which time any interested party may appear and object. The Petition is on file with the Clerk of Courts for Minnehaha County and is hereby referred to for further particulars. Petitioner desire to change her name from Chaltu Feyissa Dinssa to Melknesh Tsegaye Dajane.
Dated this 4th day of August 2014.
BY THE COURT:
Angelia M. Gries, Clerk of Courts
By: /s/ _______________
Aug. 13, 20, 27 &
1446611 Sept. 3, 2014