Legals (September 12, 2012)
September 12. 2012 6:00AM
DELL RAPIDS CITY COUNCIL
Monday, September 4, 2012
at 7:30 p.m.
Mayor Fiegen called the meeting to order at 7:30 p.m. at the Dell Rapids City Council Chambers. The Pledge of Allegiance was recited and roll was taken finding the following Council Members present: Chad Andrews, Keith DeLange, Mark Downs, Jim Rueckert, David Sommerfeld and Mayor Scott Fiegen. Absent: Vice-President Craig Lauritzen, President Carrie Testerman, Todd Wiebenga.
Staff Present: Administrator, Justin Weiland, Finance Officer, LeAnn Kerzman, and City Attorney, Dean Hammer.
Approval of Agenda: Sommerfeld moved and Downs seconded the approval of the agenda. Motion carried unanimously.
Minutes: Downs moved and Andrews seconded to approve the minutes of the regular council meeting held on August 20, 2012. Motion carried unanimously.
Downs moved to approve the minutes of the special meeting held on Monday, September 27. Andrews seconded. Motion carried unanimously.
Claims Approved: Kerzman stated there are four additional claims that were not on the list that was emailed to the council and they are highlighted. Downs moved and DeLange seconded to approve the following claims as presented. Motion carried unanimously.
American Underground Sprinkler, Wyland project repair 696.00; Argus Leader, publishing 75.41; Cardmember Services, travel expenses-Weiland 372.91; Cardmember Services, travel-Public Works 105.84; City of Dell Rapids, utility 369.51; County Fair, supply 5.49; Dakota Supply Group, water meter install and supply 67103.00; DakotaCare, flex reimbursement 45.00; Dells Electric, street light replacement 982.19; Dells Plumbing, meter install plumbing repair 294.42; Delta Dental, insurance 623.10; DGR, engineering 34,283.17; GeoTek, Wyland testing 147.00; Gunderson, Bruce, utility refund 12.74; Hawkins, water treatment chemical 1577.92; HD Supply Group, 6 meters 560.58; Lacey's Portable Restrooms, monthly rental 600.00; LG Everist, road stone 118.85; MidAmerican Research Chemical, supply 118.64; MidAmerican Energy, natural gas 64.44, Minnehaha Community Water, utility 14,205.42; Minnehaha County Sheriff, law enforcement 58,652.00; Nelson, Mike, utility refund 5.66; Sam's Club Discover, reference book 23.31; SD Dept of Transportation, Garfield bridge 275.48; SDML Conference, registration 500.00; SD Retirement, retirement 7335.84; Shell Fleet, fuel 124.53; Sioux Falls Humane Society, animal control 107.30; Virg's Service, chain saw repair 370.16; Xcel Energy, electricity 4995.24.
Payroll by Department for August: General Government 17,398.32; Public Safety 2,763.60; Public Works 36,596.57; Culture and Recreation 32,932.27. Merit reviews were conducted and the following payroll changes to be implemented effective to anniversary dates. General Government: Kerzman, LeAnn 2% increase from $47,288.76 to $48,234.54; Public Works: Schildhauer, Larry 2% increase from $65,894.77 to $67,212.67; Culture and Recreation: Huska, Debra 0% remain at $39,880.78.
Resolutions and Ordinances - Second Reading of Ordinance #765: Weiland presented the request to rezone Lot 1 Block 1 of Blue Ridge Addition from B-1 (Central Business) to R-1 (Residential). Planning and Zoning did recommend their approval of the change. Downs inquired as to the sidewalk requirement along 10th Street of this lot. Discussion ensued. DeLange moved to approve the second reading of Ordinance #765 with a council preference that sidewalk be installed for the safety of pedestrian traffic. Downs seconded. Roll call vote: Andrews-Aye, DeLange-Aye, Downs-Aye, Rueckert-Aye, Sommerfeld-Aye. Ordinance passed with the vote of five to five in favor.
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF DELL RAPIDS, SOUTH DAKOTA, REZONING PROPERTY AT OLD 77 AND EAST 10th STREET. FROM THE B-1: CENTRAL BUSINESS DISTRICT TO R1: SINGLE FAMILY RESIDENTIAL DISTRICT, AND AMENDING THE OFFICIAL ZONING MAP OF THE CITY OF DELL RAPIDS
BE IT ORDAINED BY THE GOVERNING BODY OF THE CITY OF DELL RAPIDS, SOUTH DAKOTA:
Section 1. That Lot 1A, Lot 1B and Lot 1C in Block 1 of Blue Ridge Addition, an Addition to the City of Dell Rapids, Minnehaha County, South Dakota according to the recorded plat thereof, is hereby rezoned from B-1: Central Business District, to R-1: Single Family Residential District,
Section 2. That the Official Zoning Map of the City of Dell Rapids, South Dakota, as amended by Ordinance No. 759, be changed accordingly.
Dated at Dell Rapids, South Dakota this 4th day of September, 2012.
FOR THE GOVERNING BODY
OF THE CITY OF DELL RAPIDS,
By /s/ Scott Fiegen, Mayor
By /s/ LeAnn Kerzman,
First Reading of Ordinance #766 - 2013 Appropriations Ordinance: Weiland presented the first reading of the 2013 budget for approval. Sommerfeld moved to approve as presented. DeLange seconded. Motion carried unanimously.
Resolution #2012-20 - 15th Street Assessment Roll: Weiland brought from the table, Resolution #2012-20 which would assess the property on the south side of 15th Street and the DIG delayed assessment agreement. Administration and DGR have evaluated the construction and designated six panels of the sidewalk for replacement. Sommerfeld moved to approve resolution 2012-20. Andrews seconded. Motion carried unanimously.
RESOLUTION NO. 2012-20
A RESOLUTION APPROVING A SPECIAL ASSESSMENT ROLL AND LEVYING ASSESSMENT FOR THE COST OF CONSTRUCTION FOR IMPROVEMENTS ON 15TH STREET FROM OLD HWY 77 TO CLARK AVENUE AND A PORTION OF POWDERHORN ROAD WITH NEW CURB AND GUTTER, TOPSOIL AND TERRACE GRADING, CONCRETE FILLETS FOR ENTRANCE, DRIVEWAY APPROACHES, SIDEWALKS, SANITARY SEWER MAIN AND SERVICES, WATER MAIN AND SERVICES, SEED FERTILIZER AND MULCH, ALL WITHIN THE CITY OF DELL RAPIDS, SOUTH DAKOTA.
BE IT RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF DELL RAPIDS, SOUTH DAKOTA,
That the Special Assessment Roll made and filed in conjunction with the assessable portion of the cost of construction for improvements on 15th Street from Old Highway 77 to Clark Avenue and a portion of Powderhorn Road shall include the labor and materials for the concrete Curb & Gutter, Topsoil and Terrace Grading, Concrete Fillets for Entrance, Driveway Approaches, 4" and 6" Sidewalks, Sanitary Sewer Main and Services, Water Main and Services (Unclassified Excavation, Base, fillets, valley gutter, and Asphalt), Aggregate Gravel Base Course (sidewalks and approaches), Seed Fertilizer and Mulch, all within the City of Dell Rapids, South Dakota, is hereby approved and the assessments set forth therein are hereby levied against the properties described therein, this 4th day of September, 2012.
The total assessable amount is $112,464.06 and the effected properties are listed on the attached Exhibit "A" which is hereby incorporated by reference thereto. The assessments and installments thereof shall be paid under statutory Plan One of SDCL 9-43-105, as amended, in ten (10) installments, with interest at eight percent (8%) per annum, all as more fully provided by law and the Special Assessment Roll on file with the Municipal Finance Officer of the City of Dell Rapids, South Dakota.
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that for those tracts of land fronting or abutting on 15th Street and located east of Dell Rapids Elementary School Addition and west of Lot 1 of Terrace Ridge Addition, the assessments will be delayed without interest until the earliest date when a final subdivision plat or building permit is approved for such property, when the assessments will be divided into ten equal annual installments, which shall be payable under Plan One, with collection by the Minnehaha County Treasurer, as set forth in SDCL 9-43-105, as amended, and that all deferred installments shall bear interest from such date at the rate determined by the City Council upon filing of the Assessment Roll in the office of the Municipal Finance Officer of the City of Dell Rapids.
The total deferred assessable amount is $81,801.07 and the effected properties are listed on the attached Exhibit "B" which is hereby incorporated by reference thereto.
Adopted this 4th day of September, 2012.
FOR THE GOVERNING BODY
OF THE CITY OF DELL RAPIDS, SOUTH DAKOTA
By /s/ Scott Fiegen, Mayor
By /s/ LeAnn Kerzman,
Visitors to be heard: Ryan Nichols addressed the council to inform them of the announcer's booth at Volunteer Field the he constructed and installed for his Eagle Scout project. He is looking for assistance in the financing of the project and will be submitting a request for possible reimbursement from the city. His cost was $492.00 with Dell Rapids Lumber contributing supplies as cost.
Outdoor Event Application - Homecoming Parade: Application received from Jennifer Ruesink and Joni Smith to allow Dell Rapids Public and Dell Rapids St. Mary's to host a homecoming parade on Friday September 28th at 1 p.m. Parade route to run from Garfield Ave to Clark Ave along 4th Street. Downs moved to approve the application and waive the fee. DeLange seconded. Motion carried unanimously.
Library - Resignation: Weiland informed the council of the request for resignation from Glen Kruger effective September 4, 2012. Downs moved to unwillingly accept his resignation. Andrews seconded. Motion carried unanimously.
Rubble Site - Fall Free Clean-up: Weiland reminded the council that requests for free rubble site access will be forthcoming as fall approaches. Downs moved to offer Saturday, October 27 and Saturday, November 3 as free access days to the rubble site with the exception of white goods (appliances). Sommerfeld seconded. Motion carried unanimously.
City Administrators Report - Weiland reported on the following:
• SD Municipal League Conference will be held October 2-5 in Pierre. Interested attendees should inform Kerzman so registration fee can be paid.
• Job Access Mobility Institute Application submitted and denied. Training session that would have assisted the city with transit solutions.
• 15th Street Phase II Public Meeting to be held on Tuesday, September 25 at the Faith Reformed Church.
• Performance evaluations have been completed for Kerzman and Schildhauer with a recommendation of a 2% increase for each.
Claims Approved for Payment by Other Municipal Boards - Library Board Claims: MidAmerican Energy, natural gas 8.00; Sam's Club Discover, 16 books, postage, supply 279.06.
Executive Session pursuant to SDCL 1-25-2 for personnel: Downs moved and Andrews seconded that the council enter into executive session at 8:20 p.m. for the purpose of discussion of personnel. Motion carried unanimously. The council came out of executive session at 9:14 p.m.
Rueckert made a motion to not offer a merit increase for Huska. Motion seconded by Downs. Motion carried unanimously.
Sommerfeld moved to adjourn. Second by Andrews. Motion carried unanimously. Meeting adjourned at 9:15 p.m.
LeAnn Kerzman, Finance Officer
Published once at the total approximate cost of $116.22
1393312 Sept. 12, 2012
MINUTES OF DELL RAPIDS PLANNING COMMISSION
Tuesday, August 14, 2012 -
The regular meeting of the Dell Rapids Planning Commission was held at City Council Chamber on Tuesday, August 14, 2012 with the following members present: Chairman Bob Lamberty, Charlie Pleskac, Darrell Donelan and Rod Pierson. Absent Roger Dearduff, Paul Zweifel, Mike Kroger.
Chairman Bob Lamberty called the meeting to order at 7:14 p.m.
Motion by Pleskac second by Pierson to approve the July 10, Planning Commission Minutes. Upon voice vote all members present voted aye. Motion carried.
Public Hearing - ReZone Request Lot 1 Block 1 of Blue Ridge Addition From B-1: Central Business District to R-1: Single Family Residential District: Three parties have signed a purchase agreement to purchase Lot 1Block 1 of Blue Ridge Addition. The intention of the three parties is to subdivide Lot 1 into three separate lots that would directly abut their residential lots to the west of Lot 1 Block 1 Blue Ridge Addition. The three property owners were present at the meeting to discuss their request and answer questions. They expressed their intent to extend their existing residential lots to the Old Hwy 77 right of way, therefore requesting to rezone the lots to residential. Motion by Pierson. Second by Donnelan to recommend approval to the City Council the Re-Zone of Lot 1Block 1 of Blue Ridge Addition from From B-1: Central Business District to R-1: Single Family Residential District. Upon voice vote all members present voted aye. Motion carried.
Re-Plat of Lot 1 Block 1 of the Blue Ridge Addition to the City of Dell Rapids: Three parties have signed a purchase agreement to purchase Lot 1 Block 1 of Blue Ridge Addition. The submitted re-plat accomplishes their desire to subdivide Lot 1 into 3 separate lots Lot 1A, 1B and 1C. The three property owners intend to purchase the newly plated Lot 1A, 1B and 1C to extend the ownership of their properties to the Old Hwy 77 right of way. The property owners are also taking the procedural steps to rezone Lot 1 Block 1 of Blue Ridge Addition from a Business District to a Single Family Residential District. Motion by Pierson.Second by Donnelan to recommend approval to the City Council, Re-Plat of Lot 1 Block 1 of the Blue Ridge Addition to the City of Dell Rapids. Upon voice vote all members present voted aye. Motion carried.
Motion by Pierson to adjourn. Seconded by Donnelan. Chairman Lamberty declared the meeting adjourned at 7:26 p.m.
Published once in the Dell Rapids Tribune at the approximate cost of $34.99.
1393311 Sept. 12, 2012
THE MINNEHAHA COUNTY COMMISSION CONVENED AT 8:30 A.M. September 4, 2012 pursuant to adjournment on August 28, 2012. Commissioners present were: Barth, Pekas, Kelly, Heiberger, and Beninga. Also present were Cindy Jepsen, Commission Recorder, and Kersten Kappmeyer, Deputy State's Attorney.
Chairman Kelly 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 August 28, 2012 Commission Minutes and Joint City/County minutes. 5 ayes.
VOUCHERS TO BE PAID
MOTION by Heiberger, seconded by Beninga, to approve the following bills totaling $363,624.76. 5 ayes.
A & B Business Equip, Var. Depts, 528.93; A Eagle Outftr, JDC, 39.95; Advance Auto Parts, Sheriff, 21.98; Allied Oil & Tire Co, Hwy Constr, 1,298.11; Amazon Mktplace Pmts, Var. Depts, 66.57; American AI, Sheriff, 288.70; American Ink Llc, Hwy Constr, 854.05; American Planning As, Planning, 100.00; Americinn Of West Be, Sheriff, 90.76; Appeara / Dudley Lau, Hwy Constr, 62.96; Argus Leader, St Atty, 234.24; At & T, Sheriff, 45.56; Automotive Test Syst, Facilities, 171.55; Avera Health Informa, Courts, 17.70; Avera McKennan Hospi, St Atty, 843.00; Batteries Plus/Onesk, JDC, 24.50; Beacon Hill Apts Llc, Human Svcs, 500.00; Bechtel, Donald J, Human Svcs, 400.00; Benz, Vergil C, Human Svcs, 500.00; Best Buy, Var. Depts, 238.93; Best Western Ramkota, Jail, 362.02-; Bierschbach Equipmen, Sheriff, 150.00; Big D Oil Co, Elections, 44.70; Binger Law Office, Courts, 647.80; Bizcom Electronics, Facilities, 458.22; Bob Barker Company, JDC, 1,561.40; Boldt, Bradley D, Human Svcs, 1,000.00; Boussetta, Mohamed, Courts, 75.00; Boyce, Greenfield, Pas, Courts, 200.00; Boyer Trucks Sioux F, Hwy Constr, 112.36; Bp Products North Am, Jail, 61.31; Brende, Schroeder & M, Courts, 1,029.10; Brennan Hill Townhou, Human Svcs, 500.00; Brooks Const Svcs In, Jag Grants, 4,531.65; Brown & Saenger, Human Res, 31.78; Buck's C Store, Jail, 50.00; Builders Supply Comp, Var. Depts, 883.25; Bureau Of Informatio, Var. Depts, 670.64; Campbell Supply Co I, Var. Depts, 953.40; Cbm Managed Services, Jail, 9,372.82; Century Business Pro, JDC, 74.63; Christensen, Daniel, Mus Entpr, 300.00; City Glass & Glazing, Facilities, 26.15; Clark, Sheriff, 38.93; Climate Systems, Inc, Facilities, 76.80; Coa*Airline taxes&Fee, Sheriff, 14.00; Cody, Denise, Mental Ill, 105.00; Cole Papers, Inc., Hwy Admin, 45.26; Columbia Dam Llc, Human Svcs, 600.00; Communication Svcs F, Courts, 4,909.00; Construction Product, Hwy Constr, 900.00; Counseling Resources, Courts, 150.00; Creativebanner Com, Mus Entpr, 175.99; Crescent Electric Su, Facilities, 11.34; Crisis Prevention In, JDC, 849.00; Dakota Auto Parts, Facilities, 18.56; Dakota Security Syst, Facilities, 127.55; Daves Automotive, Dir Of Eq, 42.25; Deboer Law Office Pc, Courts, 164.00; Decisionone Corporat, Info Tech, 168.52; Dex Media East, Mus Ops, 531.00; Dey Appliance, Facilities, 25.03; Deyoung, Lynn, Em Mgmt, 75.00; Directv, Hwy Admin, 73.99; Eastern Farmers Coop, Sheriff, 67.79; Eberle, Marcia, Human Svcs, 600.00; Englishteastore.Com, Mus Entpr, 20.10; Exxonmobil, Sheriff, 58.79; Fastenal Company, Hwy Constr, 15.97; Fedex Office, Public Adv, 2.50; Frantzen, Paige, Human Svcs, 193.80; Frieberg, Nelson & A, Mental Ill, 117.50; G & R Controls Inc, Facilities, 260.00; G&W, Inc Dba Gary Co, Human Svcs, 51.38; Gannett Nssc/Sioux F, Sheriff, 377.32; Gas Stop, Hwy Constr, 18.00; Gjoraas, Ronald M, Mental Ill, 451.20; Goebel Printing, Inc, Human Svcs, 20.00; Golden Rule Const Co, Cap Proj, 4,962.00; Goslinga, Kelly, Courts, 1,500.60; Graham Tire Co. - Do, Facilities, 27.47; Graybar Electric, Facilities, 485.54; Guzman, Sandra V., Var. Depts, 125.11; Hallstrom, Melvin La, Human Svcs, 1,320.00; Hancock Concrete Llc, Hwy Constr, 9,238.27; Hancock Fabrics, Inc, Mus Ops, 4.92-; Harr Development Co, Human Svcs, 400.00; Haugaard, Steven G, Mental Ill, 2,550.00; Heimdal, Marie Ann, Courts, 562.40; Helm, Merry, Mus Store, 24.00; Hemmer, Charles, Hwy Admin, 38.85; Heritage Investments, Human Svcs, 500.00; Hewlett-Packard Comp, Var. Depts, 1,661.25; Hilton Hotels St Lou, Sheriff, 296.74; Hme Exchange, Safe Home, 150.00; Hobart, JDC, 212.76; Horn, Garrett, Mental Ill, 194.60; Hosmer, David M. Law, Mental Ill, 114.82; Huron Culvert & Tank, Hwy Constr, 4,128.68; Hy-Vee Accounts Rece, Var. Depts, 634.01; Id Enhancements, Inc, Facilities, 105.00; Int'l Code Council, Planning, 44.99; Intab, Inc, Elections, 297.75; Interstate Battery S, Hwy Constr, 209.40; Interstate Office Pr, Var. Depts, 925.87; Intoximeters, Inc., Air Guard, 704.00; ISS Facility Svcs-Mi, Facilities, 8,990.00; J.C. Penney Company, Var. Depts, 285.00; Jack's Sinclair, Sheriff, 105.47; Jaros, Pete, Mental Ill, 136.90; Jaydee Inc/Jaymar, Auditor, 625.00; Jcl Solutions-Janito, Var. Depts, 70.17; Je Llc, Human Svcs, 375.00; Jebro, Inc., Hwy Constr, 8,323.80; Jefferson Partners L, Human Svcs, 466.80; Jim & Ron's Service, Sheriff, 560.00; Johns Shoe Repair, JDC, 70.00; Johnson Controls, In, Facilities, 119.00; Kelolandemployment.C, Var. Depts, 297.00; Kennedy, Pier & Knof, Mental Ill, 575.60; Kilgour, Steve, Human Svcs, 400.00; Kings Inn Hotel And, Mental Ill, 50.00; Kittelson, Joan M, Mental Ill, 45.00; Kmart, Jail, 110.14; Koletzky, Sherlyn, Mental Ill, 194.60; Kuchenreuther, Derek, Sheriff, 127.00; Kum & Go, Var. Depts, 95.82; Kwik Trip, Sheriff, 45.81; Lampert Yards, Em Mgmt, 346.30; Landscape Garden Cen, Facilities, 273.93; Language Line Servic, Courts, 602.56; Larson, Jeff, Courts, 98.40; Lason Systems Inc, Reg Deeds, 291.25; Lassegaard, Samuel C, Human Svcs, 375.00; Leggett, Joseph R, Human Svcs, 1,000.00; Lewis Drug Stores, Var. Depts, 4,090.10; Lewno, Lucy, Mental Ill, 1,040.35; Lexjet, Mus Ops, 629.99; Lincoln County Audit, Atty Fees, 1,430.90; Lindquist & Vennum P, Bldg Fund, 4,000.00; Mac Pros, Hwy Admin, 728.95; Mac's, Inc., Var. Depts, 174.55; Magnum Electronics I, Air Guard, 1,322.55; Mailway Printers, Mus Ops, 1,056.00; Malloy Electric Bear, Facilities, 99.56; Marriott Pyramid Nor, Sheriff, 243.61; Maurices, JDC, 32.40; Maxwell Food Equipme, Safe Home, 33.01; McFarland Supply Co, Facilities, 112.42; Med-Star Paramedic I, Coroner, 300.00; Menards - East, Var. Depts, 861.76; Menards - West, Var. Depts, 640.45; Metro Communications, E911 Fund, 58,358.77; Michael's Purple Pet, Em Mgmt, 95.00; MidAmerican Energy C, Var. Depts, 1,943.15; Midwest Residential, Human Svcs, 1,500.00; Millenium Recycling, Facilities, 278.10; Minn Cnty JDC Petty, JDC, 99.42; Minnehaha Community, Var. Depts, 1,150.00; MOMCC, Mus Ops, 25.00; Monick Pipe & Supply, Facilities, 263.11; Monoprice Inc, Info Tech, 26.49; Moore Medical Llc We, JDC, 75.52; Mr. Goodcents/Asgard, Extension, 48.14; Murray Properties, L, Human Svcs, 800.00; Nat'l Tactical Offic, Em Mgmt, 19,450.00; National Hospitality, Jail, 31.95; NE Dept Of Motor Veh, St Atty, 3.00; Neve's Uniforms, Var. Depts, 3,849.63; Newegg.Com Inc, Var. Depts, 103.97; Newman Signs Inc, Hwy Constr, 39.58; Northern Truck Equip, Hwy Constr, 3,265.00; Nyberg's Ace Hardwar, Var. Depts, 370.43; Office Depot, Inc., Public Def, 476.30; Officemax, Var. Depts, 73.97; Old Navy, JDC, 32.09; Olson, Waltner & Sch, Courts, 792.66; Omnicare Of South Da, JDC, 11.80; Oreck Sioux Falls, Hwy Admin, 52.98; Palmer, Barbara, Mental Ill, 3,555.00; Paypal, Var. Depts, 1,445.46; Penning, Al, Mental Ill, 25.90; Peters, Esther, Mus Entpr, 150.00; Peters, Scott N, Pc, Mental Ill, 5,134.55; Pfeifer Implement Co, Facilities, 349.55; Phillips 66 Company, Sheriff, 51.07; Phoenix Supply Llc, JDC, 136.57; Quality Efficiencies, Human Svcs, 180.00; Quest Engineering, I, Hwy Constr, 423.28; Quill Corp., Var. Depts, 887.19; R & L Supply, Ltd, Var. Depts, 1,335.71; R J Ries Vallet Clea, Public Def, 34.01; Radisson Hotels, Hwy Admin, 330.00; Rasmussen, Eric/Lisa, Human Svcs, 400.00; Red Wing Shoes, Facilities, 165.74; Reliable, Public Def, 119.97; River Glen Place Apt, Human Svcs, 355.62; Rivers Edge Resort &, Em Mgmt, 481.05; Rockmount Research &, Hwy Constr, 565.18; Roemen's Auto Supply, Elections, 26.50; Rural Metro Ambulanc, Coroner, 300.00; Safe Home Ltd Ptnrsh, Var. Depts, 10,736.91; Sanford Hospital, Var. Depts, 1,170.00; Sanford Hospital Med, St Atty, 71.25; Scheid, Pamela M., Mental Ill, 43.50; Schoeneman Bros. Co., Var. Depts, 116.99; Schulte Law Office, Courts, 1,257.72; Scotty's Automotive, Commission, 126.42; SD Assn Of County Co, Var. Depts, 1,980.00; SD Coalition Of Citi, Var. Depts, 50.00; SD Continuing Legal, Var. Depts, 1,500.00; SD Dept Of Public Sa, Human Svcs, 115.00; SD Dept Of Revenue, Var. Depts, 324.00; SD Dept Of Transport, Hwy Constr, 1,178.56; SD Div Of Criminal I, Human Res, 43.25; SD Human Services Ce, PuDC, 1,096.92; Servall Towel & Line, Var. Depts, 254.00; SF Surgical Physicia, Human Svcs, 200.00; Shell Oil, Var. Depts, 70.06; Shepherd Reporting L, Mental Ill, 165.00; Shoe Carnival, Facilities, 99.98; Shopko Store, Var. Depts, 98.05; Shreves, Brian, Mental Ill, 334.08; Sigler Fire Equipmen, Facilities, 40.50; Simon, Anthony, (OR), Commission, 65.00; Sioux Falls City Fin, Facilities, 207.00; Sioux Falls Humane S, Humane Soc, 2,857.76; Sioux Falls Rubber S, Var. Depts, 58.50; Sioux Falls Two Way, Var. Depts, 227.96; Sioux Falls Utilitie, Var. Depts, 13,647.06; Sioux Valley Energy, Var. Depts, 498.05; Smith, Joshua, Em Mgmt, 134.00; Snyder, Cristal L, Human Svcs, 900.00; Society For Human Re, Human Res, 76.08; Solheim, Virginia, Hwy Admin, 51.43; Solomon, Ghirmay, Courts, 50.00; Spring Hill Ltd Ptnr, Human Svcs, 398.00; Stan Houston Equipme, Var. Depts, 79.79; Staples, Var. Depts, 268.43; State Steel Of SD, Var. Depts, 381.44; Streicher's, Jag Grants, 1,834.95; Subway, Sheriff, 8.86; Sunshine Foods, Var. Depts, 14.98; Swanda, Karen, Mental Ill, 60.00; Szameit, Alexandra, Courts, 125.00; Target Pharmacy, Hwy Admin, 49.98; Taylor Place Llc, Human Svcs, 400.00; Tenth Street, Inc., Hwy Constr, 141.00; The Crackleberry Gro, Public Def, 5,400.00; Thorin, Deyanira T, Courts, 85.99; Thurman, Creighton A, Mental Ill, 636.68; Tillys, JDC, 26.99; Tires, Tires, Tires, JDC, 42.98; Titze's Auto Repair, Var. Depts, 529.86; Tractor Supply Co., Em Mgmt, 32.99; Trana, John, Info Tech, 34.78; Triple M Travel Plaz, Sheriff, 44.28; United Air, Em Mgmt, 1,058.10; United Parcel Servic, Reg Deeds, 35.42; Usps.Com, Var. Depts, 367.85; Vandervliet, Rodney, Hwy Admin, 60.68; Variety Foods Llc, Safe Home, 223.05; Verizon Wireless, Hwy Constr, 61.62; Vogel Traffic Svcs I, Bldg Fund, 435.31; Voigt, Debra, Courts, 155.80; Vollan, Bruce, Human Svcs, 500.00; Wal-Mart Pharmacy, Var. Depts, 1,129.28; Wal-Mart Pharmacy, Var. Depts, 204.44; Walgreens Pharmacy, Extension, 10.59; Wali, Khadija M., Courts, 266.96; Weerheim, Tom, Courts, 1,574.40; Weiland & Assoc Inc, Courts, 120.75; Wilka & Welter Llp, Courts, 2,237.13; Woods, Fuller, Shultz, Commission, 1,124.40; Workforce, Sheriff, 48.00; Xcel Energy, Inc., Var. Depts, 69,253.48; Yankton County Sheri, Mental Ill, 575.00; Zabel Steel Co., Hwy Constr, 28.80; Zahrbock Kool, Tress, Courts, 649.16; 1085argusleadercirc, Public Def, 14.29; 3d Security Inc, Em Mgmt, 9,853.64
The South Dakota Public Assurance Alliance 2011 Membership Annual Report was received and placed on file in the Auditor's Office.
MOTION by Pekas, seconded by Heiberger, to approve the following personnel changes. 5 ayes.
1. To hire Sara Zylstra as Legal Office Assistant (10/3) for the Public Defender's Office at $15.172/ hour effective 9/17/12.
2. To hire Austin Fritz as part-time Correctional Officer in Training (12/1) for the Jail at $15.940/hour effective 9/4/12.
Step Increases Due:
1. Larry Bakken - Appraiser - Equalization - 15/13 to 15/14 - 8/28/12 - $25.483/hour
2. Phillip Leidholt - Deputy Sheriff - Sheriff's Office - 16/8 to 16/9 - 9/10/12 - $23.663/hour
3. Benjamin Baxa - Correctional Officer - Jail - 13/7 to 13/8 - 9/6/12 - $19.907/hour
Special Commission Action Requests:
1. The following significant employee anniversaries for September 2012 were recognized: 5 years - Troy Rempfer - Randy Dobberpuhl - Julie Wingert - Rebecca Bradfeldt; 10 years - Justin DuChene - Derek Kuchenreuther - Orlando Nelson; 15 years - Gregory Gaffney; 25 years - Alysia Iosty.
2. Volunteers in County Departments for August 2012 were recognized. The list is on file at Human Resources.
Notice was received from the Minnehaha County Department of Human Services of intent to conduct a fundraising raffle for a 42" plasma television. The drawing will be on or after September 20, 2012. Proceeds will go to the Sioux Empire United Way 2013.
Sheriff Mike Milstead reported that he and Doug Barthel, Sioux Falls Chief of Police, have been working with State and Federal officials to improve data information sharing capabilities among agencies. In order to connect information from our New World Records Management System and Corrections System it requires an interface written by New World and connected with the State under the Connect SD project. The interface work done by New World will also provide the necessary connection between Lawrence County, Meade County, Spearfish Police Department, and Sturgis Police Department. The South Dakota Office of Homeland Security will pay the total cost of the project which is $35,000. MOTION by Pekas, seconded by Heiberger to authorize the Chairman and Sheriff Milstead to sign the Additional Services Agreement between Minnehaha County and New World Systems. 5 ayes.
Monte Watembach, Information Technology Director, gave a briefing on an agreement with South Dakota Network, (SDN) Communications, LLC to provide network connection for the Juvenile Detention Center, Emergency Management, and Work Release Center. MOTION by Beninga seconded by Barth to authorize the Chairman to sign the SDN, LLC Master Agreement for Services beginning September 1, 2012 at a cost of $1,000 a month plus tax. 5 ayes.
Commissioners held a discussion on changing the weekly commission meeting start time. Heiberger stated that she was in favor of a 9:00 a.m. start time because it would allow commissioners more time to attend legislative breakfast meetings before coming to the commission meetings. Barth stated that the 8:30 start time competes with school traffic and believes it would be more efficient to meet at 9:00 a.m. during the school year. MOTION by Heiberger, seconded by Barth to set the commission meeting start time at 9:00 a.m. during the school calendar year, beginning after public hearings set for a time earlier than 9:00 a.m. have been held. 5 ayes.
A public hearing was held for the FY 2013 Minnehaha County Budget. Robert Wilson, Assistant Commission Administrative Officer, gave a briefing on the provisional budget which stands at $65,772,884. This budget is supported by an opt-out of $4,000,000 in property tax revenues. The opt-out is due to sharp declines in non-property tax, general fund revenues from previous years and a rising cost in the county's public safety responsibilities which created a structural deficit. Since the adoption of the provisional budget, the following additional budget items have been identified and were discussed by the Commission; 1) A request to hire one new full-time Maintenance Worker for the Highway Department. 2) Consideration of a salary increase for Minnehaha County's full-time elected officials. 3) Consideration of a recommendation from Commissioner Barth for an increase in the amount of cash applied. 4) Budgetary changes identified by the Auditor's Office that include a General Fund revenue increase of $50,000 due to an increase in Register of Deeds recording fees and payroll expense changes due to new hires and resignations. DJ Buthe, Highway Supervisor, spoke on the need for hiring an additional worker for the bridge maintenance crew and snow removal. Julie Risty, Register of Deeds, spoke on the projected revenue increase due to the increase in recording fees. No public input was given. MOTION by Heiberger, seconded by Barth to increase the General Fund Revenue by $50,000 to take into account an increase in Register of Deeds recording fees. 5 ayes. Commissioner Beninga stated that he would like 2012 year-end financial projections from the Auditor's Office prior to consideration of additional 2013 budget items. The final adoption of the FY 2013 Budget will be on September 25, 2012.
Commissioner Barth reported that the Director of the South Dakota Human Services Department will speak at the next Homeless Advisory Board meeting on the issue of discharging patients into the Sioux Falls Community.
Commissioner Beninga requested a report from the Auditor's Office on FY 2012 year end projections prior to the FY 2013 Budget adoption., Auditor Bob Litz stated that his office would have that information available by Sept. 10th or 11th.
Commissioner Barth and Kelly commented on the lack of public input during the FY 2013 budget hearing.
Kyle Helseth, Director of Equalization, reported that lightening struck the house of an employee in his department.
DJ Buthe, Highway Superintendent, gave an update on the status of county bridges. Commissioner Beninga requested a written copy of the update.
Motion by Barth, seconded by Heiberger to adjourn. 5 ayes.
The Commission adjourned until 8:30 a.m. on Tuesday, September 11, 2012.
Published once at the total approximate cost of $159.82.
1393310 Sept. 12, 2012
Notice to Burk Township landowners/occupants:
All trees, brush, or any debris must be removed from the township ditches in the township right of way.
Even with the good efforts of many landowners, some trees, brush, and debris remain in violation of state law.
Burk Township Supervisors
Published twice at the total approximate cost of $18.21.
1393307 Sept. 12 & 19, 2012
School Board Proceedings
The Dell Rapids School District Board of Education met Monday, August 27, 2012 at 7:00 p.m. in the high school distance learning room with the following members present: Tom Morris, Troy Randall, Cindy Schuch, Steve Stofferahn, and Matt Weiland. Absent: None.
Administration and other persons present: Summer Schultz, Superintendent; Barbara Littel, Business Manager; Fran Ruesink, Middle School Principal; Jay Nelson, Elementary Principal/SPED Director; Darwin Daugaard; Rollie Heidebrink; Kim Gaul; Luke Tatge.
President Morris called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m. and the Pledge of Allegiance was recited.
Audience comments were taken.
13-034 Motion by Weiland, seconded by Randall, to approve the agenda with the deletion of 7.B.-Memorandum of Understanding Approval and the addition of Executive Session - SDCL 1-25-2 (4). All voted aye.
13-035 Motion by Schuch, seconded by Stofferahn, to approve the consent agenda. All voted aye.
1. Jessy Gosmire - Haven Assistant - $8.00 per hour.
2. Christopher Gullickson - Haven Assistant - $7.25 per hour.
3. Ann Pierson - Haven Assistant - wage increase to $8.25 per hour.
Business Manager Littel reported that no bids were received for the surplus temporary classroom buildings. One bid was received for the surplus land.
12-036 Motion by Stofferahn, seconded by Randall, to accept the bid from Mark Crisp to purchase the south 15' of the Dell Rapids Elementary School Addition for $10,000.00 ($2500.00 land bid, plus $7500.00 gift) and expenses per bid specifications. All voted aye.
Superintendent Schultz presented two policies for review: ICA - School Calendar/Make-Up Days for Days Not in Session and policy JED - Student Absences and Excuses.
Jay Nelson reported that elementary students were adjusting to the new school start time and that there was a great turnout for the open house. Baseline testing is being conducted for math and reading.
Fran Ruesink report that Dakota Step data workbooks have been given to teachers. Bids are being secured for STAR testing. There have been only a few tardies associated with the new start time. Middle school enrollment is up, and interviews are being conducted for a middle school aide position.
Superintendent Schultz reported on the back-to-school inservice and distributed graphs on school funding. Enrollment numbers will not be finalized until late September, but preliminary numbers are about even with 2011-2012. Two or three 15-minute parking spaces will be designated in front of the middle school/high school to accommodate patrons during the school day. A Monsanto grant of $25,000 has been awarded to the high school.
A strategic planning session with Julie Ertz, ASBSD Leadership Development Director, was tentatively scheduled for the afternoon and evening of January 28, 2013.
Tom Morris stated that he had received inquiries about changes to the school lunch program. The administration stated that new meal pattern requirements from USDA have been implemented by the district. Unlimited servings are still available from the fruit and vegetable bar with the purchase of a school lunch.
13-037 Motion by Schuch, seconded by Randall, to go into executive session at 7:30 p.m. for the purpose of discussing negotiations per SDCL 1-25-2 (4) and student matters per SDCL 1-25-2 (2). All voted aye.
The board came out of executive session at 7:40 p.m. and stated that negotiations were discussed. The board re-entered executive session at 7:41 p.m. to discuss a student matter.
The board came out of executive session at 8:33 p.m.
13-038 Motion by Schuch, seconded by Randall, to suspend a student for violation of policy JFCJ. All voted aye.
Morris declared the meeting adjourned at 8:35 p.m.
Tom Morris, President
(unofficial until approved by the Board of Education)
Barbara Littel, Business Manager
Published once at the total approximate cost of $48.62.
1392780 Sept. 12, 2012
Dell Rapids Township
Owners and tenants of property in Dell Rapids Township are required to mow road ditches before Sept. 15, 2012. Those road ditches not cleared of grass, weeds and brush by Sept. 15, 2012, 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 owner's 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 2012.
Dell Rapids Township
Board of Supervisors
Published twice at the total approximate cost of $31.30.
1392510 Sept. 5 & 12, 2012
NOTICE OF HEARING
FOR ADULT NAME CHANGE
STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA )
COUNTY OF __________ )
IN CIRCUIT COURT
________ JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
In the Matter of the Petition of
Kari Beth Rumpca
For a Change of Name to
Kari Beth Heinricy
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN a Verified Petition for Adult Name Change has been filed by Kari Beth Rumpca the object and prayer of which is to change Petitioner's name from Kari Beth Rumpca to Kari Beth Heinricy. On the 15th day of October, 2012, at the hour of 1:30 pm said verified petition will be heard by this Court before the Honorable William Srstka Presiding, at the Court Room in the 6A County Courthouse, City of Sioux Falls, Minnehaha County, South Dakota, or as soon thereafter as is convenient for the court. Anyone 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 29th day of August, 2012 at ________, South Dakota.
ATTEST: ANGELIA M. GRIES
Clerk of Court
By: Dawn Olson
Published four times at the total approximate cost of $56.15.
1392414 Sept. 5, 12, 19, 26, 2012
STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA )
COUNTY OF MINNEHAHA )
IN CIRCUIT COURT
SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
BRITT M. GEBHARDT,
FRANCISCO R. GONZALEZ,
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:
A. 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; and
B. Restrained from molesting or disturbing the peace of the other party.
Dated this 18th day of April, 2012, at Sioux Falls, Minnehaha County, South Dakota.
Thomas M. Keller
400 N. Main Ave., Suite 202
Sioux Falls, SD 57104
Telephone: (605) 338-3220
Attorney for Plaintiff
Published four times at the total approximate cost of $96.81.
1392045 Sept. 5, 12, 19, 26, 2012
NOTICE OF DEADLINE
FOR VOTER REGISTRATION
Voter registration for the Renner Sanitary District Election to be held on October 16, 2012 will close on October 1, 2012 at 5:00 PM. Failure to register by this date will cause forfeiture of voting rights for this election. If you are in doubt about whether you are registered, call the county auditor at 605-367-4220.
Registration may be completed during regular business hours at the county auditor's office, municipal finance office, secretary of state's office, and those locations which provide driver's licenses, food stamps, TANF, WIC, military recruitment, and assistance to the disabled as provided by the Department of Human Services. You may contact the county auditor to request a mail-in registration form or access a mail-in form at www.sdsos.gov or county provided web site with a link to a voter registration form.
Voters with disabilities may contact the county auditor for information and special assistance in voter registration, absentee voting, or polling place accessibility.
Judy Peltier, Clerk
Renner Sanitary District
Published once at the total approximate cost of $32.89.
1391491 Sept. 12 & 19, 2012