August 22. 2012 6:00AM
THE MINNEHAHA COUNTY COMMISSION CONVENED AT 8:30 A.M. August 14, 2012 pursuant to adjournment on August 7, 2012. Commissioners present were: Barth, Kelly, Heiberger, and Beninga. Commissioner Pekas was absent. Also present were Cindy Jepsen, Commission Recorder, and Gordy Swanson, Chief Civil Deputy State's Attorney.
Chairman Kelly called the meeting to order.
MOTION by Heiberger, seconded by Barth to approve the agenda. 4 ayes.
MOTION by Beninga, seconded by Heiberger to approve the August 7, 2012 Commission Minutes. 4 ayes.
VOUCHERS TO BE PAID
MOTION by Barth, seconded by Heiberger, to approve the following bills totaling $1,909,657.19. 4 ayes.
A & B Business Equip, Jail, 601.30; A-Ox Welding Supp Co, Var. Depts, 319.38; A-1 Septic Tank & Ex, Hwy Constr, 172.50; Adams, Annette, Mus Entpr, 150.00; Alpha Graphics Inc, Hwy Admin, 337.58; Anderson Publication, Commission, 978.77; Arena Motel, Human Svcs, 460.75; Argus Leader, Var. Depts, 3,075.68; Austad, Dean B, Human Svcs, 400.00; Avera Health Plans, Expenses, 1,555.00; Avera Heart Hosp Of, Mental Ill, 300.00; Avera Home Medical E, Human Svcs, 129.60; Avera McKennan Campu, Human Svcs, 140.01; Avera McKennan Hospi, Var. Depts, 2,403.00; Avera McKennan Hospi, Human Svcs, 200.00; Benz, Kari, Human Svcs, 30.00; Bierschbach Equipmen, Hwy Constr, 69.30; Billion's, Sheriff, 14.89; Bk Holdings, Llc., Human Svcs, 1,000.00; Boulevard Investment, Human Svcs, 400.00; Boulevard Investment, Human Svcs, 400.00; Bourne, Anna, Mental Ill, 765.00; Boyer Trucks Sioux F, Hwy Constr, 338.13; Bradfeldt, Becky, Human Svcs, 32.93; Brennan Hill Townhou, Human Svcs, 500.00; Brown & Saenger, Hwy Admin, 4,999.41; Busselman, Gary, Human Svcs, 400.00; Carper, Nichole A, Courts, 1,970.47; Carroll Institute, Courts, 125.00; Cartridge World, Info Tech, 1,420.75; Cbcinnovis Inc, Sheriff, 8.65; Cbm Managed Services, Var. Depts, 13,611.01; Center For Family Me, JDC, 150.00; Center For Western S, Mus Store, 71.34; Cheney Lake, Llc Dba, Human Svcs, 400.00; City-Wide Taxi, Inc, Human Svcs, 110.00; Clark, Ogden J, Em Mgmt, 3,400.00; Cliff Avenue Auto Pa, Hwy Constr, 94.01; Cody, Denise, Mental Ill, 60.00; Cole Papers, Inc., Var. Depts, 1,610.81; Correct Care Solutio, Sheriff, 50,493.67; Costello, Mary Ann, Human Svcs, 400.00; Culligan Water Condi, Human Svcs, 37.50; Cyberchannel Inc, Jag Grants, 3,400.00; Doyle, Stephen, Em Mgmt, 3,400.00; Duffy, Ryan, Courts, 763.17; Empire Plastics, Pettigrew, 413.00; Erpenbach, John E, Mental Ill, 225.00; Family Service Inc, Expenses, 130.00; First Dakota Nationa, Em Mgmt, 2,686.25; Fluth, Rodney P, ARRA-HPRP, 1,950.00; Fonder, Roger M, Dba, Planning, 71.00; Foster, Rocky D, Human Svcs, 600.00; Fox, Youngberg & Lew, Mental Ill, 171.16; Golden West, Sheriff, 122.94; Harr Development Co, Human Svcs, 400.00; Heger, Dalia Meza-, Human Svcs, 500.00; Hegge, Katheleen A, Hwy Constr, 768.00; High Point Networks, Var. Depts, 126.71; Hillyard, Inc., Facilities, 1,209.36; Hmn Hardware Inc, Var. Depts, 98.98; Hobby Lobby Stores I, Mus Entpr, 40.31; Hoekstra, Denise A., Courts, 1,812.60; Holmoe, Dave, Human Svcs, 360.00; Horn, Garrett, Mental Ill, 585.80; Huron Culvert & Tank, Hwy Constr, 14,582.80; Hutcheson, Luke, Human Svcs, 550.00; Hy-Vee Accounts Rece, Human Svcs, 354.32; IABTI, Jag Grants, 450.00; Inland Truck Parts &, Hwy Constr, 158.25; Interstate Office Pr, Var. Depts, 1,140.09; Inventive Designers, Info Tech, 4,347.00; Iret Properties, Human Svcs, 205.00; Jacobs, Kenny, Public Def, 15.17; Jaros, Pete, Mental Ill, 142.45; Jcl Solutions-Janito, Var. Depts, 864.90; Je Llc, Human Svcs, 326.00; Jefferson Partners L, Human Svcs, 1,348.50; Kading, Kunstle & Go, Courts, 172.20; Lacroix, Heather, Mental Ill, 215.35; Larson, Jeff, Courts, 123.00; Lewis Drug Stores, JDC, 8.09; Lewno, Lucy, Mental Ill, 496.35; Lorton Data, Elections, 163.30; Maciejewski, Steven, Sheriff, 52.15; Marberg, Richard, Reg Deeds, 354.41; Mattson Law Office P, Courts, 1,299.50; Midcontinent Communi, Mus Ops, 55.00; Midwest Alarm Compan, Info Tech, 4,050.00; Midwest Residential, Human Svcs, 500.00; Myers & Billion Llp, Mental Ill, 680.00; Myrl & Roys Paving I, Hwy Constr, 1,440,222.95; Neve's Uniforms, Air Guard, 113.00; Niedringhaus, Paul, Sheriff, 83.00; North Central Intl S, Hwy Constr, 94.50; North Ridge Apartmen, Var. Depts, 992.00; Novak Sanitary Servi, Facilities, 2,062.37; Oakwood Estates/Inve, Human Svcs, 375.00; Office Depot, Inc., Info Tech, 930.40; Osthus, Emily, JDC, 27.99; Palmer, Barbara, Mental Ill, 4,275.00; Pettigrew Hgts, ARRA-HPRP, 1,869.18; Pfeifer Implement Co, Hwy Constr, 58.43; Pierre Police Cadets, Sheriff, 360.00; Pine Meadows/Univers, Human Svcs, 500.00; Price, Richard, ARRA-HPRP, 1,850.00; Qualified Presort Se, Var. Depts, 4,705.44; Rdo Equipment Co., Hwy Constr, 20.48; Rural Metro Ambulanc, Coroner, 450.00; Sanford Health Patho, Coroner, 28.00; Sanford Health Plan-, Expenses, 2,171.51; Sanford Hospital, St Atty, 1,725.30; Sanford Hospital - R, Human Svcs, 450.00; Sanford Hospital Med, St Atty, 10.00; Sanford Laboratories, Human Svcs, 18.81; Satisfaction Plus In, Human Svcs, 353.99; Scheid, Pamela M., Mental Ill, 162.75; Schmader Electric Co, Em Mgmt, 13,898.40; SD Dept Of Public Sa, Human Svcs, 30.00; SD Dept Of Revenue, Var. Depts, 1,759.72; SD Secretary Of Stat, Mem Day, 10.00; Security Labs, Ltd, Info Tech, 399.00; SF Treatment Center, Human Svcs, 60.00; Sheehan Mack Sales &, Hwy Constr, 116.45; Shi, International C, Hwy Admin, 220.50; Sioux County (IA)She, St Atty, 47.75; Sioux Falls City Fin, Var. Depts, 236,265.00; Sioux Falls Housing, ARRA-HPRP, 345.00; Sioux Falls Rubber S, Hwy Admin, 23.95; Sioux Falls Two Way, Var. Depts, 2,812.39; Sioux Falls Utilitie, Human Svcs, 150.55; Sioux Falls Woman Ll, Mus Ops, 595.00; Snoozy, Melissa, Insurance, 454.57; Solarwinds.Net Inc, Info Tech, 4,195.00; Southeastern Behavio, Mental Ill, 1,218.75; Stan Houston Equipme, Mus Entpr, 3,898.99; Streicher's, Sheriff, 320.75; Sturdevant's Auto Pa, Hwy Constr, 147.50; Sunshine Foods, Human Svcs, 58.85; Swanda, Karen, Mental Ill, 60.00; Tenth Street Lodging, ARRA-HPRP, 695.00; Thurman, Creighton A, Mental Ill, 318.34; Tieszen, Stacey, Human Svcs, 189.31; Tires,Tires,Tires In, Sheriff, 1,311.77; US Bank-Corporate Tr, Bldg Fund, 5,750.00; Valley West Apartmen, Human Svcs, 480.00; Variety Foods Llc, Safe Home, 200.80; Volunteers Of Americ, JDC, 9,790.00; Wal-Mart Pharmacy, Human Svcs, 199.08; Wal-Mart Pharmacy, Human Svcs, 1,509.42; Weber, Jamie Dba, Courts, 493.55; West Twelfth Propert, Var. Depts, 1,713.49; Westergard, Rod, Hwy Admin, 786.61; Wilkison Properties, Human Svcs, 100.00; Winner Police Depart, Jail, 66.91; Winter Inc, Hwy Constr, 780.00; Woods, Fuller, Shultz, Commission, 5,542.31; Xcel Energy, Inc., Var. Depts, 2,107.83
The Auditor's Account with the County Treasurer as of July 31, 2012 was received and placed on file in the Auditor's Office.
On Deposit in Banks: Interest-bearing open accounts, $13,308,188.80; CD's and savings, 13,000,000.00; Cash, 18,261.69; Checks/ drafts in Treasurer's possession for more than 3 days, 8,218.31; Total Cash on Hand, 26,334,668.80; Metro ACH outstanding to Treasurer in June, (360,515.06); Total Reconciled AS/400 Cash Balance, 25,974,153.74
MOTION by Barth, seconded by Beninga, to approve the following personnel changes. 4 ayes.
1. To hire Zachaues Shaw as temporary, part-time Clerical Worker for the Public Defender's Office at $10.00/hour effective 8/10/12 to 8/24/12.
2. To hire Lyndsay De Matteo as Senior Deputy Public Advocate for the Public Advocate's Office at $2,195.36/bi-weekly effective 8/20/12.
3. To hire Alyssia Hanson as Juvenile Correctional Officer I (12/1) for the Juvenile Detention Center at $15.940/hour effective 8/20/12.
4. To hire Lynne Haagenson and Sarah Tesch as part-time Juvenile Correctional Workers (9/2) for the Juvenile Detention Center at $14.089/hour effective 8/15/12.
5. To hire Annie Woodward as part-time Juvenile Correctional Worker (9/2) for the Juvenile Detention Center at $14.089/hour effective 8/17/12.
6. To promote Jorge Vicuna from Juvenile Correctional Officer I to Juvenile Correctional Officer II (14/10) for the Juvenile Detention Center at $21.974/hour effective 8/18/12.
7. To promote Brianna Gearhart from Juvenile Correctional Officer I to Juvenile Correctional Officer II (14/2) for the Juvenile Detention Center at $18.035/hour effective 8/18/12.
8. To promote Mark Russell from Air Guard Security Officer II to Deputy Sheriff (16/9) for the Jail at $23.663/hour effective 8/18/12.
9. To promote Jennifer Vaernhoej from part-time Correctional Officer in Training to part-time Correctional Officer (13/1) for the Jail at $16.747/ hour effective 6/29/12.
10. To transfer Travis Krueger from Correctional Officer for the Jail to Air Guard Security Officer II (13/5) for the Air Guard at $18.486/hour effective 8/18/12.
11. To accept the resignation of Marcus Walton as Senior Deputy Public Defender for the Public Defender's Office effective 8/17/12.
12. To accept the resignation of Darin VanDeBerg as GIS Analyst for Planning effective 8/17/12.
13. To accept the resignation of Michael Smith as Correctional Officer for the Jail effective 8/17/12.
14. To accept the resignation of Chelsea Kouf as part-time Correctional Officer in Training for the Jail effective 8/7/12.
15. To end the temporary, part-time employment of Taylor Droz as Laborer for the Highway Department effective 8/8/12.
16. To end the temporary, part-time employment of James Hartman as Laborer for the Highway Department effective 8/9/12.
Step Increases Due:
1. Jacqueline Rasmussen - Senior Deputy Public Defender - Public Defender's Office - 22/10 to 22/11 - 8/18/12 - $2,810.24/bi-weekly
2. Jeremy Loftesness - Juvenile Correctional Worker - Juvenile Detention Center - 9/3 to 9/4 - 8/11/12 - $14.802/hour
3. Marc Wynia - Deputy Sheriff - Sheriff's Office - 16/9 to 16/10 - 7/5/12 - $24.255/hour
Special Commission Action Requests:
MOTION by Barth, seconded by Heiberger, to authorize exemption from the hiring freeze to fill a vacancy in a Senior Property Tax Specialist position in the Equalization Office. 4 ayes.
MOTION by Barth, seconded by Heiberger, to authorize exemption from the hiring freeze to fill a vacancy in a Tax & License Technician Position in the Treasurer's Office. 4 ayes.
Notice was received from the East Dakota Water Development District of a Board of Directors meeting at 9:30 am, Thursday, August 16, 2012, at the Community Center, 1001 East 4th Avenue, Milbank, SD.
DJ Buthe, Highway Superintendent, gave a briefing on the bi-annual bridge inspection conducted by Civil Design, Inc., that identified one bridge requiring immediate load limit postings due to the poor condition. The structure will be scheduled for maintenance / replacement as soon as economically possible. MOTION by Barth, seconded by Beninga, to approve Resolution MC12-45. 4 ayes.
SET WEIGHT LOAD LIMITS
ON CERTAIN BRIDGES WITHIN MINNEHAHA COUNTY
WHEREAS, the Minnehaha County Highway Superintendent has identified one bridge in Minnehaha County that he is recommending that weight limits be posted for said bridge, and
WHEREAS, SDCL32-22-47 gives the county commission the authority to establish and identify through the proper signage the maximum weight of any vehicle, laden or un-laden, which may enter upon or cross over the bridge, now
THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Minnehaha County Board of Commissioners that the following ton gross vehicle weight limitations are imposed on the following bridge within Minnehaha County:
Bridge #50-150-202 (on Ellis Road; 0.7 miles south of Ellis):
Type 3, 12 Tons; Type 3S2, 20 Tons; Type 3-2, 23 Tons
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Minnehaha County Highway Superintendent is hereby directed to erect and post the appropriate signage in accordance with SDCL 32-22-47, and
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, by the Minnehaha County Commission that an emergency exists and that the posting of weight limits on the above bridge is immediately in effect and will remain in effect until changed by action of the county commission; and
BE IT FURTHER NOTED, that the violation of these weight load limits is a Class 2 misdemeanor and that pursuant to SDCL 32-22-48, Minnehaha County may recover damages from any person who drives or operates a vehicle exceeding these load limits and causes any injury or damage to said bridge by reason thereof.
Dated this 14th day of August, 2012.
ATTEST: Bob Litz, Auditor
Carol Muller, Human Services Director, reported that an application for a 2012 County Achievement Award for Safe Home has been prepared and requested approval of a resolution of support that will be submitted with the application. The achievement awards are presented each year during the South Dakota Association of County Commissioners convention in recognizing outstanding achievements in county governments. MOTION by Heiberger, seconded by Barth, to approve Resolution MC12-46. 4 ayes.
RESOLUTION MC 12-46
A RESOLUTION OF APPROVAL INDICATING THE MINNEHAHA COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS ENDORSES AND SUPPORTS THE SUBMISSION OF A 2012 COUNTY ACHIEVEMENT AWARD APPLICATION ON BEHALF OF THE MINNEHAHA COUNTY HUMAN SERVICES DEPARTMENT FOR SAFE HOME.
WHEREAS, approximately 94 chronically homeless individuals are believed to currently live in the Sioux Falls area; and
WHEREAS, chronically homeless individuals in Minnehaha County and Sioux Falls utilize a disproportionate share of public services including frequent visits to emergency rooms, contacts with city and county law enforcement, State's Attorney's and defense attorney's, court personnel, jail and detoxification center staff; and
WHEREAS, in 2007 Minnehaha County began Project Safe Home as a pilot project, providing case management and housing in scattered sites to 20 chronically homeless individuals; and
WHEREAS, based on the successes of the pilot project, Safe Home moved into its own 33 unit facility in January, 2012; and
WHEREAS, The Minnehaha County Human Services Department estimates it will save approximately $15,000 per year per Safe Home resident. This represents a total savings of nearly $500,000 every year to Minnehaha County taxpayers;
NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Minnehaha County Board of Commissioners hereby approves of the submission of a 2012 County Achievement Award Application on behalf of the Minnehaha County Human Services Department for Safe Home.
Adopted this 14th day of August, 2012
Dick Kelly, Chairman
ATTEST: Bob Litz, Auditor
Commissioners held a discussion on appointing a committee to examine the needs and possible timeline for a joint City of Sioux Falls/Minnehaha County Archive Facility. Bill Hoskins, Siouxland Heritage Museum Director and Julie Risty, Register of Deeds, spoke on the need for building the archive facility for the preservation of important documents and artifacts. Commissioner Kelly said he will appoint committee members at next week's Commission meeting.
Bob Litz, Auditor, gave an update on the status of implementing the use of electronic poll books. Mr. Litz stated that Minnehaha County will not be using e-poll books for the General Election this year. Monte Watembach, IT Director, spoke on the role his department would have in the use of e-poll books and also addressed internet security concerns.
Scott Wick, Co-Manager of the Sioux Empire Fairgrounds, reported that inappropriate language was used by an entertainment act that performed at the fair. Mr. Wick stated that future entertainment contracts will contain language prohibiting this type of activity. A complete report on the 2012 Sioux Empire Fair will be presented when all of the data is compiled.
Motion by Barth, seconded by Beninga to adjourn. 4 ayes.
The Commission adjourned until 8:30 a.m. on Tuesday, August 21, 2012.
Published once at the total approximate cost of $154.78.
1390887 Aug. 22, 2012
NOTICE OF HEARING
APPLICATION FOR REZONING
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on Tuesday, the 11th day of September, 2012, at 7:00 p.m., in the City Council Chambers at City Hall, 302 East 4th Street, Dell Rapids, SD the Planning Commission of said City will consider and act on an application to amend Ordinance #750, the Dell Rapids Zoning Ordinance, by rezoning the following real properties, to wit:
Lot 1 in Block 5 of Timber Ridge Addition, an Addition to the City of Dell Rapids, Minnehaha County, South Dakota, according to the recorded plat thereof.
From: NRC: Natural Resource Conservation District, to R-3: Medium Density Residential District.
Lot 10 thru 14 in Block 6 of Timber Ridge Addition, an Addition to the City of Dell Rapids, Minnehaha County, South Dakota, According to the recorded plat thereof.
From: NRC: Natural Resource Conservation District, to R-1: Single Family Residential District
At said hearing all interested parties may appear and be heard, and the rezoning sought may be rejected or adopted with or without amendments.
Dated at Dell Rapids, South Dakota, this 15th day of August, 2012.
Published once at the total approximate cost of $23.90.
1390883 Aug. 22, 2012
School Board Proceedings
The Dell Rapids School District Board of Education met Monday, August 13, 2012 at 7:00 p.m. in the high school distance learning room with the following members present: Tom Morris, Troy Randall, Cindy Schuch, and Matt Weiland. Absent: Steve Stofferahn.
Administration and other persons present: Summer Schultz, Superintendent; Barbara Littel, Business Manager; Kimberly Kludt, High School Principal/Curriculum Director; Darwin Daugaard; Gerald Ray; Rollie Heidebrink; Erica Fersdahl; Sherry Brandner; Jim Rueckert; Jessica Ostwald; Luke Tatge.
President Morris called the budget hearing to order at 7:00 p.m. and the Pledge of Allegiance was recited.
13-026 Motion by Weiland, seconded by Randall, to approve the minutes of the July 9 and July 23, 2012 school board meetings. All voted aye.
Audience comments were taken.
13-027 Motion by Schuch, seconded by Weiland, to approve the agenda with the addition of open enrollment application numbers 13-15 through 13-18 and a report from Haven. All voted aye.
Morris reported that the budget committee reviewed the FY2013 budget and, due to savings from personnel changes, they recommended the addition of an aide for the middle school.
13-028 Motion by Schuch, seconded by Randall, to authorize the addition of a middle school aide position. Voting aye: Morris, Randall, Schuch. Voting nay: Weiland. Motion carried.
13-029 Motion by Weiland, seconded by Randall, to remove from table and accept the resignations of Mick Hoglund - high school assistant girls basketball coach, Jason Kurtz - high school oral interp advisor, and Rodney Stanford - middle school girls basketball coach. All voted aye.
13-030 Motion by Randall, seconded by Schuch, to approve the consent agenda. All voted aye.
A. Payment of August Claims.
General Fund: Abacus Swivel Chair Parts, supplies - 489.39; ACP Direct, supplies - 50.42; AED Superstore, supplies - 109.15; AgEdNet, subscription - 369.00; AmericaInn, lodging - 77.00; Anderson Publications, supplies - 4.60; Arbor Scientific, supplies - 289.49; Area II Business Managers, dues - 75.00; Argus Leader, subscriptions/publications - 1524.68; Avera Medical Group, bus driver physicals - 538.00; Best Western Ramkota, lodging - 319.98; Blue Tarp Financial, Northern Tool supplies - 152.98; BMI, supplies - 161.19; Calloway House, supplies - 229.74; Caroline Biological Supply, supplies - 126.11; Century Business Leasing, copiers - 822.92; Century Business Products, supplies/purchased services - 323.02; Chemco, supplies - 5870.24; Citibank, subscription/ supplies - 202.74; Claritus, supplies - 80.32; Cole Papers, supplies - 4416.45; Connecting Point, supplies - 3524.00; County Fair, supplies/Haven food - 28.18; Dakota Alignment, repair parts - 163.24; Dakota Potters Supply, supplies - 108.00; Dakota Security Systems, purchased services - 229.59; Dauby's, supplies - 1405.40; DR Ace Hardware, supplies - 280.81; DR Coop Grain, supplies - 197.50; DR Lumber, supplies - 98.31; Dells Collision, repairs - 488.80; Dells Electric, purchased services - 584.69; Dells Plumbing, purchased services - 2821.22; Dick Blick, supplies - 914.84; Didax, supplies - 297.70; EAI Education, supplies - 55.81; Educational Innovations, supplies - 31.20; EMC, insurance - 4814.88; Fastenal, supplies - 8.73; Fisher Science, supplies - 78.56; Flinn Scientific, supplies - 982.65; Ford Sign Company, supplies - 340.50; G&H Radiator, repairs - 113.00; Golden West, telephone service - 1259.33; Governors Inn, lodging - 225.00; Graham's Floor Covering, purchased services - 3707.43; Grainger, supplies - 193.67; Graybar Electric, supplies - 94.70; Hearlihy, supplies - 1418.97; Heartland Paper, supplies - 575.19; Highsmith, supplies - 262.48; Hillyard, supplies - 163.92; Impact Applications, concussion test - 500.00; Janitors Closet, supplies/ purchased services - 2293.32; Johnson Controls, repairs / purchased services - 12069.00; Lakeshore Learning, supplies - 1071.45; Library Store, supplies - 129.18; Matheson Tri-Gas, supplies - 26.98; McDonald Publishing, supplies - 119.43; McKesson Medical, supplies - 265.00; Midwest Alarm, monitoring - 57.62; Midwest Tech Products, supplies - 427.41; Music Is Elementary, supplies - 304.70; NASCO, supplies - 136.13; North Central Bus Sales, repair parts - 164.70; North Central International, repairs - 561.72; Office Elements, supplies - 40.18; Office Max, supplies - 815.52; Olson's Pest Technicians, purchased services - 204.00; Paxton/Patterson, supplies - 56.80; Pearson Education, supplies - 6409.05; Pepper at Eckroth, supplies - 155.09; Performance Press, supplies - 717.25; Pitsco, supplies - 1155.53; Plank Road Publishing, supplies - 451.50; PLEC, supplies/purchased services - 174.03; Realityworks, supplies - 97.00; Really Good Stuff, supplies - 207.51; Ridell, helmet reconditioning - 716.50; Beverly Rieck, travel reimbursement - 214.88; Roemen's Automotive, supplies - 536.18; Sargent Welch, supplies - 1346.19; SASD, dues - 620.50; School Databooks, supplies - 306.46; School Nurse Supply, supplies - 128.69; School Specialty, supplies - 10771.73; Schoolmate, supplies - 710.50; Schuneman Equipment, repairs - 248.09; Schwebach Insurance, bond - 700.00; SD Department of Labor, unemployment - 1019.63; SDN Communications, purchased services - 401.88; Sioux Falls Shopping News, ad - 27.80; Shiffler Equipment, supplies - 166.54; Simplex Grinell, purchased services - 4004.73; Southwest Plastic, supplies - 122.88; Sportime, supplies - 729.01; Steve Weiss Music, supplies - 548.77; Summit Learning, supplies - 46.50; Supreme School Supply, supplies - 343.84; Teacher's Curriculum Institute, supplies - 415.80; TASC, purchased services - 1562.69; Tradebe, purchased services - 3406.12; Uline, supplies - 325.06; US Postal Service, meter postage - 1500.00; Van's Auto, repairs - 200.00; Voyager Fleet, gas - 337.02; Ward's Natural Science, supplies - 943.21; Darrell Weinacht, bus driver physical - 120.00; Jeffery Welbig, ground maintenance - 650.00; Wenger Corporation, supplies - 473.00; Wheelco, repairs - 3819.79. TOTAL GENERAL FUND CLAIMS - $107,774.81.
Capital Outlay Fund: Architecture, Inc., purchased services - 1122.90; Bargain Bytes, disposal - 38.25; BMI, books - 335.40; Braeside Displays, equipment - 1484.28; Century Business Leasing, copiers - 856.50; City of Dell Rapids, utilities - 4944.43; DR Ace Hardware, equipment - 183.57; EMC, insurance - 14445.96; GLS, equipment - 1079.94; Hewlett Packard, equipment - 8156.00; Hoffman Sanitation, utilities - 225.00; K&M Music, equipment - 3827.00; LayeredTech, software - 866.40; McGraw Hill, books - 30275.80; MidAmerican Energy, utilities - 747.13; Midwest Tennis and Track, track resurfacing - 33415.00; Mellennium Recycling, disposal - 38.25; Novell, software - 1500.00; Office Elements, equipment - 119.99; Pearson Education, books - 20218.02; School Specialty, equipment - 218.50; SHI, software - 2050.06; Voyager Fleet Systems, gas - 487.09; Xcel Energy, utilities - 16123.68. TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY FUND CLAIMS - $142,759.15.
Special Education Fund: Amazon, supplies - 161.48; Children's Care, purchased services - 35680.25; County Fair, supplies - 45.94; DR Ace Hardware, supplies - .95; Dell's Farm & Tire, repairs - 55.00; EMC, insurance - 1096.21; Gadgetry Program, supplies - 126.89; Lewis Drug, supplies - 15.18; Marge Robertson, purchased services - 469.19; National School Products, supplies - 108.08; Parents, mileage - 3318.44; Pearson Education, supplies - 158.31; Plankinton School District, purchased services - 2530.56; PLEC, purchased services - 7378.26; Roemen's Automotive, repair parts - 207.97; School Specialty, supplies - 527.73; Voyager Expanded Learning, supplies - 85.80; Voyager Fleet Systems, gas -1288.22; Todd Wiebenga, supply reimbursement - 175.67. TOTAL SPECIAL EDUCATION FUND CLAIMS - $53,430.13.
Food Service Fund: EMC, insurance - 4.48; Skip Tool, refund - 21.20. TOTAL FOOD SERVICE FUND CLAIMS - $25.68.
Enterprise Fund: Citibank, Haven supplies - 181.02; County Fair, Haven supplies - 523.00; Cubby's, Haven field trip gas - 80.08; Dauby's, camp supplies - 179.67; DR Ace Hardware, Haven supplies - 14.95; EMC, Haven insurance - 51.24; Char Faulstich, Haven mileage - 18.87; Hobby Lobby, Haven supplies - 175.95; Menard's, Haven supplies - 43.05; Laurie Schultz, Haven registration reimbursement - 10.00; Sioux Falls Park & Rec, Haven field trip admissions - 200.00; Tibbs Basketball, camp purchased services - 1400.00; Verizon Wireless, Haven phones - 82.04; Voyager Fleet Systems, drivers' education gas - 89.16; Wild Water West, Haven field trip - 453.15. TOTAL ENTERPRISE FUND CLAIMS - $3,502.18.
Payroll: Elementary - 66946.71; Middle School - 63907.40; High School - 71484.01; Title I - 7917.96; Guidance - 10108.08; Health - 4855.89; Strive High - 3614.73; Library - 4700.26; Technology - 8038.53; General Administration - 12188.03; School Administration - 24188.47; Business Office - 8157.76; Maintenance - 23183.69; Transportation - 5486.35; Cocurricular Activities - 9038.16; Special Education - 50212.30; Food Service - 354.75; Before/After School Program Enterprise Fund - 20332.02; Camp Enterprise Funds - 10652.88. TOTAL PAYROLL - $405,367.98.
B. July 2012 Financial Report. (See Statement of Cash Receipts)
C. Personnel Report - Approve Teaching Contracts and Amendments.
Baker, Kerri - add MS GBB Coach, $1,770.00; Brockhaus, Ashley - add MS Quiz Bowl Advisor, $590.00; Fersdahl, Jason - delete MS Quiz Bowl Advisor, ($611.00); Gruis, Karla - add MS GBB Coach, $1,770.00; Hoglund, Mick - delete HS GBB Asst. Coach, ($2,812.50); add HS BBB Asst. Coach, $2,812.50; lane change to Masters+32, $700.00; Kooima, Ryan - Elementary Teacher, $29,850.00; HS FB Asst. Coach, 2,655.00; Krumm, Jeff - delete MS Track Coach, ($1,875.00); add HS Track Asst. Coach, $2,187.50; add Freshmen Class Advisor, $312.50; Kurtz, Jason - delete HS Oral Interp Advisor, ($1,875.00); MacDonald, Kimberly - Custodian, $10.00/hour; Mattern, Kevin - Custodian, $10.50/hour; Mitchell, Sharon - add HS Oral Interp Advisor, $1,833.00; Rice, Randy - Custodian, $10.50/hour; Stanford, Rodney - delete MS GBB Coach, ($1,875.00); Van Holland, Carrie - Elementary Teacher, $34,500.00; HS VB Asst. Coach, $2,655.00; Welbig, Jeff - add MS Golf Coach, $1,236.00; add Asst. A.D., $2,500.00.
D. Personnel Report - Approve Coaching Agreements.
Davis, Brian - HS GBB Asst. Coach, $2,781.00; Davis, Preston - MS FB Coach, $1,791.00; Geraets, Nicole - HS GBB Asst. Coach, $2,718.00; Robb, Ryan - MS FB Coach, $1,875.00; Hansen, Scott - HS FB Asst. Coach, $2,655.00; Kahler, Michael - HS BBB Asst. Coach, $2,749.50; Lickteig, Grace - HS VB Asst. Coach, $2,812.50; Lueders, Michael - WR Asst. Coach, $3,125.00; Richeal, Magen - Cheerleading Coach, $4,375.00; Stone, Dane - HS FB Asst. Coach, $2,812.50
E. Authorizations and Ratifications.
Approve open enrollment applications #13-12 through #13-18.
Business Manager Littel reported that competitive quotations were received from Cubby's and T&C for the furnishing of diesel fuel and unleaded gasoline for district vehicles.
12-031 Motion by Weiland, seconded by Schuch, to accept Cubby's bid to provide diesel fuel and unleaded gasoline at $.06 below pump price, and to accept T&C's bid to provide blended fuel at pump price during any months Cubby's cannot provide blended fuel per specifications. All voted aye.
13-032 Motion by Schuch, seconded by Randall, to approve updated policy GDBC - Classified Staff Fringe Benefits, reflecting the change from thirty hours per week to twenty hours per week for insurance qualification. All voted aye.
Kimberly Kludt, curriculum director, reported on the 2012 Assessment Summary.
Jessica Ostwald reported that participation in the 2012 Haven summer program increased by over thirty percent. A summer recreation grant of $6,300.00 has been requested from the city for 2013, with the $300.00 increase to be used for providing two additional weeks of summer rec. An open house for Haven will be held during the elementary school open house. A Pizza Ranch fundraiser for Haven will be held on August 27th.
Superintendent Schultz reported that a sidewalk has been installed on the west side of the new elementary school. New shower heads are being installed in the high school boys' locker room, and carpet has been replaced in a section of the middle school library. Old lab and maintenance chemicals will be disposed of by Tradebe, with a State grant reimbursing the school for 50% of the disposal cost. A technology committee meeting is planned for principals to help plan the direction of technology in their buildings. A board strategic planning session with Julie Ertz, ASBSD leadership director, will be scheduled later in the school year.
13-033 Motion by Weiland, seconded by Randall, to adjourn the meeting at 7:57 p.m. All voted aye.
Tom Morris, President
(unofficial until approved by the Board of Education)
Barbara Littel, Business Manager
Published once at the total approximate cost of $213.55.
1390882 Aug. 22, 2012
August 13, 2012
The Board of Education of the Baltic School District met in regular session on August 13, 2012 at 7:00 p.m. in the school library with the following members present or absent:
Present: Krogstad, Liester, and Larson
Absent: Haagenson and Brende
Officers and Other Persons Present: R. Sittig, Supt./Elem Principal; M. Polzin, Business Manager; J. Aisenbrey, Secondary Principal; Others
Krogstad called the meeting to order.
Action #13-23: Motion by Larson, seconded by Liester to approve the agenda as amended. All ayes.
Approval of Minutes:
Action #13-24: Motion by Liester, seconded by Larson to approve the minutes of the regular meeting on July 9, 2012 and the special meeting on July 24, 2012. All ayes.
Report of Cash Transactions:
The following report of cash transactions was presented for the month of July 2012: (See Financial Report below.)
Action #13-25: Motion by Krogstad, seconded by Liester to accept the financial report as presented. All ayes.
Claims Approved: General Fund: A-1 Portable Toilets, Rental, 33.75; A-OX Welding Supply Co, Supplies, 238.10; Alliance Communications, Phone service, 272.90; Amazon, Supplies, 165.97; Area II Business Managers, Dues, 75.00; Argus Leader Media, Publications, 810.86; Automatic Building Controls, Annual Maintenance/Repairs, 986.00; Barnes & Noble, Supplies, 604.32; Best Western Ramkota Inn, Room, 173.98; Best Western Ramkota Inn-Aberdeen, Room, 272.97; Bio Corporation, Supplies, 345.13; Blick Art Materials, Supplies, 1585.13; Blue Tarp Financial, Fees, 146.49; Brown & Saenger, Supplies, 175.00; Campbell Supply, Supplies, 689.84; Cardmember Service, Supplies/Repairs, 350.21; City of Baltic, Water, sewer, garbage removal, 596.11; County Fair Food Store, Supplies, 13.50; Curriculum Associates, Supplies, 52.33; D & D Market, Supplies, 53.77; Dakota Supply Group, Supplies, 403.20; Dell Rapids Lumber, Supplies, 213.53; EDHelper, Supplies, 359.82; Elite Business Systems, Supplies, 315.17; Evan-Moor, Supplies, 72.95; Flinn Scientific, Supplies, 1178.30; FLR Sanders, Services, 3450.00; Frey Scientific, Supplies, 199.13; Frog Street Press, Inc., Supplies, 18.98; G & R Control, Repairs, 317.60; GL Sports, Supplies, 474.08; Governor's Inn, Room, 225.00; HM Receivables, Supplies, 2763.93; JW Pepper, Supplies, 188.84; Kreisers, Inc., Supplies, 37.84; Lakeshore Learning Materials, Supplies, 557.64; Learning Resources, Supplies, 79.92; McGraw-Hill Companies, Supplies, 594.00; Menards, Supplies, 151.99; Meyer, Randy, Cell Phone, 40.00; Midway Service, Supplies, 1615.83; Music in Motion, Supplies, 15.45; Nasco, Supplies, 151.96; NASP, Inc., Supplies, 141.00; News Bowl USA, Supplies, 309.00; Office Max, Supplies, 236.75; Pearson Education, Supplies, 3312.32; Pellets, Inc., Supplies, 39.25; Petty Cash, Postage, 32.75; Pizza Ranch, Supplies, 158.34; Plank Road Publishing, Supplies, 107.25; Really Good Stuff, Inc., Supplies, 431.51; Reynolds, Collin, Supplies, 86.45; Royal Sport Shop, Supplies, 289.45; Scholastic Magazines, Supplies, 220.25; School Specialty, Supplies, 3831.50; Sittig, Robert, Mileage, 48.10; Southeast Area Principals, Dues, 125.00; Southpaw Enterprises, Supplies, 26.25; Southwest Plastic Binding Co, Supplies, 488.44; Steve's Tire & Service, Repairs, 427.07; Teacher Direct, Supplies, 58.92; Teacher's Discovery, Supplies, 122.50; Teaching Treasures, Supplies, 61.21; Thoreson, Arvid, Repairs, 525.00; Time, Supplies, 287.30; Training Room, Inc., Supplies, 550.20; Trust & Agency, Postage/Registration Fee, 200.37; Verizon Wireless, Cell Phone, 117.02; WageWorks, Fees, 50.00; Walmart, Supplies, 56.06; Ward's Natural Science, Supplies, 671.75; Youthlight, Inc., Supplies, 112.03; Zaner-Bloser, Supplies, 2322.96; Jason Aberson, Open gym, 113.65; Sam Beem, Secretary, 77.51; Pete Egstad, Open gym, 159.11; Danielle Eszlinger, Mowing, 181.84; Matt Konz, Open gym, 181.84; Lindsey Lambert, Open gym, 68.19; Alex Langner, Open gym, 204.57; Rory Lavalierre, Open gym, 45.46; Kristen Pittmann, Open gym, 204.57; Ross Rollinger, Open gym, 102.29; Wendy Runestad, Custodian, 946.14; Kurt Schultz, Open gym, 45.46; July Payroll: Salaries: Instruction, 79,959.70; Support Services, 39,514.26; Cocurricular, 6,066.49; Total Salaries, 125,540.45; Benefits, 35,811.32; Total General Fund, 200,194.92
Capital Outlay Fund: Amazon, Textbooks, 49.90; Architecture Incorporated, Fees, 1,350.00; BJ Construction, LLC, Construction Fees, 6,699.00; Blue tarp Financial, Inc., Supplies, 1,356.31; Builders Supply Co, Supplies, 2,769.50; Cengage Learning, Textbooks, 956.45; Connecting Point, Computer Equipment, 13,105.00; Dakota 2000, Licenses, 560.00; Deubrook Area School District, Computer Equipment, 2,650.00; Elite Business Systems, Copier Lease, 885.55; Follett Educational Services, Textbooks, 290.16; Geotek Engineering & Testing, Services, 756.00; Graves, Travis, Computer Equipment, 752.00; Hauff Mid-America Sports, Supplies, 1,110.00; Menards, Supplies, 278.00; Micron CPG, Computer Equipment, 371.94; MidAmerican Energy, Gas, 234.52; Monoprice, Inc., Computer Equipment, 109.69; Overhead Door, Doors, 5,670.00; Peska Construction, Fees, 18,3218.04; Sunderman Mfg, Supplies, 1,500.00; Tiger Direct, Computer Equipment, 731.07; Xcel Energy, Electricity, 6,005.49; Total Capital Outlay Fund, 231,408.62
Special Education Fund: Academic Therapy Publications, Supplies, 410.30; Childrens Care Hopsital, Services, 792.00; Communication Service for the Deaf, Services, 25.00; Curriculum Associates, Supplies, 372.90; HM Receivables Co, Supplies, 76.00; Kaplan Early Learning Co, Supplies, 28.90; Lakeshore Learning Materials, Supplies, 494.11; National Association of School Psych, Supplies, 75.00; NCS Pearsons, Inc., Supplies, 291.50; Northern Speech Services, Supplies, 49.80; Office Max, Supplies, 39.42; Remedia Publications, Supplies, 510.54; Saddleback Educational, Supplies, 853.94; SALT Group, Supplies, 140.00; School Specialty, Supplies, 258.02; TFH, Supplies, 26.00; Teacher Direct, Supplies, 256.32; Texas School for the Blind, Supplies, 40.25; US Toy Co., Supplies, 117.15; Deb Sittig, Teacher Assistant, 664.07; July Payroll: Salaries: Instructional Salaries, 13,966.32; Support Salaries, 3,089.47; Total Salaries, 17,055.79; Benefits, 5,332.64; Total Special Education Fund, 27,909.65
Food Service Fund: July Payroll: Salaries: Food Service Salaries, 176.20; Total Salaries, 176.20; Benefits, 55.12; Total Food Service Fund, 231.32
Preschool/Driver's Ed Fund: July Payroll: Salaries: Driver's Ed, 4,800.00; Total Salaries, 4,800.00; Benefits, 655.19; Total Preschool/ Driver's Ed Fund, 5,455.19
Action #13-26: Motion by Larson, seconded Liester to approve the above claims. All ayes.
Administrators presented written reports.
Sittig reported on pre-school registrations, staff openings, hall of fame, concessions/restroom building project, projected enrollment, applications for public school exemptions, wellness program, Gateway laptop computer lawsuit, laptop use for board members and the fitness center project.
Action #13-27: Motion by Larson, seconded by Liester to approve the following resolution:
Adoption of Annual Budget:
Let it be resolved, that the School Board of the Baltic School District, after duly considering the proposed budget, to be published accordance with SDCL 13-11-2 hereby approves and adopts its proposed budget to be its Annual Budget for the fiscal year July 1, 2012 through June 30, 2013. The adopted Annual Budget totals are as follows: General Fund $2,673,416.55, Capital Outlay Fund $745,133.00, Special Education Fund $622,999.07 and Pension Fund $66,058.00.
Tax levies certified to the County Auditor will be as follows:
General Fund--$2.322 / thousand for Ag, $4.029/thousand for Owner Occupied, and $8.628/ thousand for all other properties; Special Education Fund--$1.40/ thousand; Capital Outlay Fund--$2.55/thousand; Pension Fund--$.30/thousand; and Bond Redemption Fund--$357,553.58. All ayes.
Dakota STEP Results:
Superintendant Sittig presented a preliminary report on the 2011-12 Dakota STEP results.
Action #13-28: Motion by Liester, seconded by Larson to approve the first reading of the Communication Services Regulation policy. All ayes.
The following quotes for gas were received July 25, 2012:
Vollan Oil, $3.1945; Bunkers Oil, no quote
Action #13-29: Motion by Liester, seconded by Krogstad to approve the low quote from Vollan Oil. All ayes.
Action #13-30: Motion by Larson, seconded by Liester to approve the contracts of Amy Acheson-SPED teacher assistant, JH VB and JH GBB coach, Charles Holmes-SPED teacher assistant, Ronda Kvigne-SPED teacher assistant, and Chasity Dosch-pre-school teacher assistant. All ayes.
Action #13-31: Motion by Krogstad, seconded by Larson to approve the annual report as presented. All ayes.
Open Enrollment Applications:
Action #13-32: Motion by Larson, seconded by Liester to approve open enrollment applications
2013-18, 2013-19 and 2013-20. All ayes.
Action #13-33: Motion by Larson, seconded by Liester to approve open enrollment applications
2013-11, 2013-12 and 2013-13. All ayes.
Action #13-34: Motion by Liester, seconded by Larson to approve open enrollment applications
2013-15, 2013-16 and 2013-17. All ayes.
Action #13-35: Motion by Liester, seconded by Larson to accept the resignation of Drew Gillogly, SPED teacher assistant. All ayes.
Action #13-36: Motion by Liester, seconded by Larson to enter executive session at 8:10 pm to discuss teacher negotiations. All ayes.
Executive session ended at 8:18 p.m.
Action #13-37: Motion by Larson, seconded by Liester to change the time of the regular meeting on September 10, 2012 from 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. All ayes.
Action #13-38: Motion by Liester, seconded by Larson at 8:20 p.m. to adjourn. All ayes.
Published once at the total approximate cost of $260.05.
1390881 Aug. 22, 2012
NOTICE OF VACANCY
MUNICIPALITY OF RENNER SANITARY DISTRICT
The following office will become vacant due to the expiration of the present term of office of the elective officer:
1 Board of Trustee Position with a 3 Year Term
Circulation of nominating positions may begin on September 6, 2012 and petitions may be filed in the office of the clerk located at 47649 258th Street, Sioux Falls, South Dakota between the hours of 4:00 P.M. and 9:00 P.M. central daylight time, not later than the 26th day of September, 2012 at 5:00 P.M.
Published twice at the total approximate cost of $24.08.
1390545 Aug. 22 & 29, 2012
MINUTES OF DELL RAPIDS PLANNING COMMISSION
Tuesday, July 10, 2012 - 7:00 PM
The regular meeting of the Dell Rapids Planning Commission was held at City Council Chamber on Tuesday, July 10, 2012 with the following members present: Chairman Bob Lamberty, Charlie Pleskac, Darrell Donelan and Paul Zweifel. Absent Roger Dearduff, Rod Pierson, Mike Kroger.
Chairman Bob Lamberty called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m.
Motion by Zweifel second by Donelan to approve the June 26th, Planning Commission Minutes. Upon voice vote all members present voted aye. Motion carried.
Plat of Tract 1 of LAMB Properties L.L.C. Addition to the City of Dell Rapids: Property owners of LAMB L.L.C. submitted a request to plat a Tract 1 within their existing property. They intend to Plat Tract 1 for the purpose of sale to a new property owner. LAMB properties submitted a proposed site plan that verifies compliance with existing zone laws including parking space requirements. Both the newly platted Tract 1 and the existing Event Center property are compliant with parking space requirements as they meet the 1 space for each 300 square feet of building area requirements. LAMB properties also submitted a letter stating they will remove the existing shed from the north west corner of Tract 1 following the approval of the plat. Motion by Pleskac. Second by Donnelan to recommend approval to the City Council, Plat of Tract 1 of LAMB Properties L.L.C. Addition to the City of Dell Rapids. Upon voice vote all members present voted aye. Motion carried.
Motion by Zweifel to adjourn. Seconded by Pleskac. Chairman Lamberty declared the meeting adjourned at 7:15 p.m.
Published once in the Dell Rapids Tribune at the approximate cost of $27.61.
1390480 Aug. 22, 2012