Legals and notices April 23
April 24. 2014 1:28PM
NOTICE TO BIDDERS
For the school year 2014-2015, the Baltic School District is seeking to enter into a contract for the operation of a food service program between our District, the Local Education Agency (LEA) and a Food Service management Company (FSMC) to manage school food service operations for the purpose of providing nutritious meals to carry out the provisions of the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Child Nutrition Programs.
Effective dates of the contract are from July 1, 2014 to June 30, 2015, but no sooner than the date the contract is signed by both parties, and may be renewed annually for up to four additional extensions from the initial year, upon written agreement by both parties on or prior to the expiration date of the current contract. Contract does not exceed one year.
FSMC's should contact Marsha Polzin, Business Manager, with their intent to submit a proposal by writing to the above address or by e-mail at marsha.polzin@ k12.sd.us. Written questions regarding the Request for Proposal (RFP) or requests for additional information must be submitted to Marsha Polzin, Business Manager, by 10:00 a.m. central time on Monday, April 28, 2014. Responses shall be retained and shall be provided to all other prospective bidders.
Interested FSMC bidders must meet to review the specifications, to clarify any questions, to tour the facilities, and to examine current food service equipment, with school officials on Monday, April 28, 2014 at 10:00 a.m. central time at Baltic School District, One Bulldog Avenue, Baltic, SD 57003. Attendance is required.
Sealed proposals will be received from FSMC's at the Baltic School District Business Office, One Bulldog Ave, PO Box 309, Baltic, SD 57003. Attention: Marsha Polzin, Business Manager, until 10:00 a.m. central time on Wednesday, May 28, 2014 at which time proposals will be opened. Proposals received after that time will be returned to the sender unopened.
Published twice at the approximate cost of $62.61.
1438949 Apr. 16 & 23, 2014
Notice is hereby given by the City of Dell Rapids that it is, pursuant to Section 1 Article VI of the Municipal Ordinances, the responsibility of each person in possession or control of any land within the municipal boundary of the City of Dell Rapids to keep said lands free of any noxious weeds and to keep grass and weeds on maintained so that grass and weeds are less than EIGHT (8) inches in height. Undeveloped and unplatted property located more than 100 feet from developed or platted land shall be maintained so that grass and weeds are less than TWELVE (12) inches in height. If a property receives a notice of violation, the property shall have FIVE (5) days to abate the nuisance. Upon failure to comply within FIVE (5) days of the posting of such notice, the City is empowered to cut, destroy or remove weeds, grass and other noxious matter. The City will then by special assessment, defray the costs associated with the work, against the property.
Published April 23rd and April 30th, 2014 at the approximate cost of $31.72.
1439548 April 23 & 30, 2014
ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
Owner: City of Dell Rapids
Owner's Address: 302 East 4th Street, P.O. Box 10, Dell Rapids, South Dakota 57022
Project: 2014 Sanitary Sewer Improvements, Schedule 1 - Southeast Sewer Extension, Schedule 2 - Beach Avenue Railroad Sewer Crossing
Location: Dell Rapids, South Dakota
Sealed BIDS for the construction of the 2014 Sanitary Sewer Improvements project will be received by the City of Dell Rapids at 302 East 4th Street - P.O. Box 10, Dell Rapids, South Dakota 57022, until 2:15 P.M. local time May 14, 2014, and then at said office publicly opened and read aloud. Bids will be acted upon by the Owner on or before May 19, 2014 contingent upon funding approval. The Projects shall consist of the following work and approximate quantities and kinds of materials:
Schedule 1: Lift Station and Valve Vault, Complete, 1 L.S.; Electrical, Complete, 1 L.S.; Contractor Furnished Borrow, 2,000 CuYd; Rock Excavation, 900 CuYd; Asphalt Concrete Composite, 100 Ton; Sanitary Sewer Main, 2,925 Ft; Sanitary Sewer Manholes, 13 Each
Schedule 2: 9" & 6" Nonreinforced Concrete Pavement, 1,130 SqYd; Asphalt Concrete Composite, 80 Ton; Curb and Gutter, 500 Ft; Sanitary Sewer Main, 330 Ft; Sanitary Sewer Manholes, 1 Each; Rock Excavation, 120 CuYd
Completion of Lift Station will be August 29, 2014.
Substantial completion for Schedule 1will be October 3, 2014.
Final Completion for Schedule 1 will be October 31, 2014.
Substantial completion for Schedule 2 will be November 17, 2014.
Final Completion for Schedule 2 will be May 29, 2015.
The CONTRACT DOCUMENTS may be examined at the following locations:
City of Dell Rapids, 302 4th Street - P.O. Box 10, Dell Rapids, South Dakota 57022, (605)428-3595
DGR Engineering, 2909 East 57th Street, Suite 101, Sioux Falls, South Dakota 57108, (605)339-4157
Plans will be available April 21, 2014. Complete digital project bidding documents are available at www.questcdn.com. You may download the digital plan documents for $15.00 by inputting Quest project #3247067 on the website's Project Search page. Please contact QuestCDN.com at 952-233-1632 or firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance in free membership registration, downloading, and working with this digital project information. An optional paper set of the proposal forms and specifications for individual use may be obtained from the office of the Engineer, DGR Engineering, located at 2909 East 57th Street, Suite 101, Sioux Falls, South Dakota 57108 upon payment of $100.00 for each set, none of which is refundable. Contractors who are residents of South Dakota and who intend, in good faith, to submit a Bid shall be furnished one free paper set of proposal forms, plans and specifications upon request.
All proposals shall be made on forms provided by the Engineer.
Bidders on this work will be required to comply with the President's Executive Order Nos. 11246 as amended, 11518, and 11625 as amended. The requirements for bidders and contractors under these orders are explained in the specifications.
Bidders on this work will be required to comply with Title 40 CFR 33 and Executive Order 12138. The requirements for bidders and contractors under this regulation which concerns utilization of Disadvantaged/Minority Business Enterprises (DBE/MBE) and Women's Business Enterprises (WBE) are explained in the specifications. The DBE/MBE and WBE goals for participation in this contract in terms of percentage of contract value are as follows: MBE 1.0 percent; WBE 4.0 percent.
The low responsive bidder will be required to certify to compliance with the Buy American Iron and Steel provision of the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2014. This certification form may be found on page BA-2 of the State Revolving Fund (SRF) General Conditions and must be included in the bid proposal.
Please be advised that waivers or exemptions from the Buy American provision that cite International Trade Agreements DO NOT comply with the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2014 as it applies to the SRF programs. Claims from suppliers that the Buy American Iron and Steel provision does not apply to certain products based on the International Trade Agreement exemptions of the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2014 will not be accepted.
A current directory of DBE firms can be found at the SD DOT Compliance Office (605)773-4906 or at http://www.sddot.com/Operations/certified.asp.
Davis Bacon and Related Acts wages apply to this project. All provisions relative to those acts must be met.
Your special attention is invited to the attached Bidder's Activity Report, DBE Subcontractor Solicitation Information form, DBE Subcontractor Performance Form, DBE Subcontractor Utilization Form, and Certification Regarding Debarment, Suspension, Other Responsibility Matters (Debar) form, and Buy American Certification. These forms must be completed and submitted with your bid proposal. Failure to submit these forms will be cause for the bid to be rejected. Please be advised that good-faith efforts will be subjected to close scrutiny and if the good-faith effort submission is unacceptable, your bid will be rejected.
Construction Services in South Dakota are subject to tax under SDCL 10-46A. Contractors shall include the applicable tax in their bid price for each item of work. Tax questions should be directed to the South Dakota Department of Revenue at 800-829-9188.
Each bid must be accompanied by bid security payable to the Owner for five (5%) percent of the total amount of the Bid as a certified or bank check issued by a State or National bank or ten percent (10%) as a bidder's bond.
With submittal of a Bid, the Bidder represents that he has visited the site, familiarized himself with the local conditions under which the work is to be performed, and correlated his observations with the requirements of the Contract Documents.
The Owner reserves the right to reject any and all bids or to accept any bid. Bidder's Proposal shall hold firm for thirty (30) days from the date of opening. Mutually agreed upon extensions of time may be made, if necessary.
CITY OF DELL RAPIDS,
By /s/ LeAnn Kerzman
Municipal Finance Officer
City of Dell Rapids, SD
Published twice at the total approximate cost of $133.27.
1439403 April 23 & 30, 2014
NOTICE OF HEARING ON
APPLICATION FOR REZONING
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on Tuesday, the 19th of May, 2014, at 7:30 p.m., in the City Council Chambers at City Hall, 302 East 4th Street, Dell Rapids, SD the City Council 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 described, to wit:
Lot 16 of Block 54 of Dell Rapids City Original to City of Dell Rapids, Minnehaha County, South Dakota according to the recorded plat thereof.
From: R-1: Single Family Residential District to I-1: Light Industrial 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 14th day of April, 2014.
Published once at the total approximate cost of $20.92.
1439402 Apr. 23, 2014
NOTICE OF HEARING ON
APPLICATION FOR REZONING
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on Tuesday, the 13th of May, 2014, 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 property described, to wit:
Lot 16 of Block 54 of Dell Rapids City Original to City of Dell Rapids, Minnehaha County, South Dakota according to the recorded plat thereof.
From: R-1: Single Family Residential District to I-1: Light Industrial 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 14th day of April, 2014.
Published once at the total approximate cost of $19.37.
1439401 Apr. 23, 2014
DELL RAPIDS CITY COUNCIL
Monday, April 7, 2014 at 7:30 p.m.
Mayor Scott Fiegen called the Dell Rapids City Council meeting to order at 7:30 p.m. at the City Hall Council Chambers. The Roll was called finding the following members present: Chad Andrews, Lee Burggraff (left at 9 p.m.), Mark Crisp, Mike Geraets, Gary Haak, Vice President Craig Lauritzen, Paul Miles, President David Sommerfeld (via Skype) and Mayor Scott Fiegen.
Staff Present: Administrator Justin Weiland, Finance Officer LeAnn Kerzman, and City Attorney Dean Hammer.
Pledge of Allegiance was recited.
Approval of Agenda: Lauritzen moved to approve the agenda. Motion seconded by Burggraff. Motion carried.
Approval of Minutes: Burggraff moved to approve the minutes of the regular meeting held on March 17, 2014. Lauritzen seconded. Motion carried.
Claims Approved: Lauritzen moved to approve the claims as presented. Seconded by Crisp. Motion carried.
A-Ox Welding Supply, rental 20.16; Argus Leader Media, subscription renewal 155.95; Badger Meter, backhaul 206.25; Beal Distributing, March malt 26,110.22; Borns Group, billing 790.02; BX Civil, snow removal 945.00; City of Dell Rapids, utilities 82.61; Midwestern Mechanical dba Copper Cottage, fire station furnace repair 1575.70; Dakota Beverage, malt 17,294.47; DakotaCare, insurance 8008.46; Dell Rapids Ace, supplies 473.21; Dell Rapids Haven, annual support 6600.00; Dell Rapids Lumber, supplies 367.48; Dell Rapids Society for Historic Preservation, support 2000.00; Dells Electric, repair 37.09; Delta Dental, insurance 630.90; DGR, engineering 29,176.50; Ed's Produce, gloves 75.00; EFTPS, payroll liability 5,413.76; Entringer Backhoe & Trenching, repair 275.00; First Bank Card, ICMA membership/ summer reading 1,807.85; First Bankcard, supplies 164.59; First National Bank, loan installments 77,868.43; Garbage N More, trash hauling 75.00; GeoTek Engineering & Testing, former landfill/river crossing 1512.75; Global Distributing, malt 43.84; Golden West, telecommunications 742.99; Gruis, Karla, maintenance 408.00; ICAP, transit 3990.26; Johnson Brothers Famous Brands, liquor 8541.68; Mid-American Research Chemical, supplies 210.34; MidAmerican Energy, utilities 1623.98; Minnehaha Community Water, utilities 9156.57; NAPA Auto Parts, supplies 534.07; Niehaus, Ariel, refund 25.06; RDO Equipment, antenna 34.43; Republic National, liquor 10,857.90; Sam's Club Discover, supply 231.82; Sanitation Products, sweeper parts 544.27; SD Association of Code Enforcement, training 50.00; SD Municipal League, District Meeting 180.00; SD State Treasurer, Dept. of Revenue, sales tax/ lottery draw 3.07; SD Retirement, retirement 5064.18; Seating & Athletic Facility, 3 5 row bleachers 10,653.00; Short, Elliott Hendrickson, engineering 15,832.11; Tender Lawn Care, snow removal 25.00; Virg's Service, repair 81.52; Vogt, Brown, Merry & Hammer Trust Account, land purchase 36304.78; Witte Industries, thaw services 150.00; Xcel Energy, electricity/street lighting 5196.89.
Added or Increased Salaries: March payroll - General Government: 12,049.42; Public Safety 2,316.08; Public Works 9,708.69; Library 5,053.18; Water 7,858.41; Wastewater 7,858.42. Public Works Department: Hire of Martin Blath as part-time Rubble Site Operator at a wage of $8.78 per hour beginning on April 19, 2014. Parks & Recreation: Hire of Katrina Remnitz as Pool Manager at a rate of $11.00 per hour.
Resolutions & Ordinances - Public Hearing and First Reading of Ordinance #792 - Amending the 2011 Zoning Ordinance, Section 14.03, Accessory Buildings, Garages, Recreational Facility and Misc. Structures: Weiland explained the change would allow application for on conditional use permit for a front yard structure which is not to exceed 1200ft². Planning & Zoning has heard and recommended approval. Haak moved to approve the first reading of Ordinance #792. Seconded by Andrews. Motion carried six (6) to two (2) with Sommerfeld and Crisp voting nay.
First Reading of Ordinance #793 - Amendments and Change of Zone: Planning and Zoning heard and recommended council approval. The appeal processes already exists within state law. Ordinance adds wording that after a rezone or change of zoning district classification, a petition may be filed, within 20 days of second reading, by 40% of the property owners within 250 feet of the proposed district to contest and approval of 2/3 of the council is needed to pass. Burggraff moved to approve. Haak seconded. Motion carried.
First Reading of Ordinance #794 - Amending Chapter 21, Conditional Use Permits: Planning and Zoning board recommendation to not approve. Weiland stated that Conditional Use applications would be heard and decided by the Planning and Zoning Board and appeals would be considered by the City Council as the board of appeals. A protest could be filed after the council decision if a petition is filed by forty percent of the adjacent property owners within 250ft and passed by 2/3 of the council. Burggraff moved to approve. Miles seconded. Motion carried six (6) to two (2) with Haak and Andrews opposed.
First Reading of Ordinance #795 - Cable Television Franchise Agreement: Mr. Rick Reed of GoldenWest was present to answer any questions. Weiland stated the current franchise agreement is expiring. Currently the city collects 3% revenue and is able to increase this amount to 5% which would then be passed along to the end user. Haak moved to approve the first reading of Ordinance #795 at the existing rate of 3%. Lauritzen seconded. Motion carried.
Visitors to be Heard: No one came forward to address the council.
Outdoor Event Permit - Relay for Life: Application received from LuAnn Heidebrink representing the American Cancer Society for the annual Relay for Life event to be held within City Park and along the Sioux River Red Rock Trail on Friday, July 25 from noon to 6:30 a.m. Saturday. Lauritzen moved to approve the application while waiving the fee. Andrews seconded. Motion carried.
Dell Rapids Chamber Easter Egg Hunt: Application received from Dan Ahlers for the annual Chamber Easter Egg Hunt to be held in City Park on Saturday, April 12 at 10:00 a.m. Burggraff moved to approve and waived the fee. Haak seconded. Motion carried.
Plat Approval - Pony Hills Second Addition, Block 1 Lots 5A and 6A with Tracts 1 and 2: Plat received from owners Mark Crisp, Roger Schmidt, Vicki Schmidt, Paul Wildermuth and Cheryl Wildermuth. Weiland stated the change will extend lots 5A and 6A by 25 feet to the north. Burggraff moved to approve the plat. Andrews seconded. Motion carried.
General Government - Governor Declares Good Friday Holiday: Governor Daugaard declared the afternoon of Good Friday, April 18 as a state employee holiday. Employee Handbook states that the city council will then hear and decide on action for city employees. Miles moved to deny. Crisp seconded. Motion carried.
Streets - 15th Street West - Curb and Gutter: Council member Crisp expressed his interest to install curb and gutter surrounding his property on W 15th Street. The current roadway is the edge of city limits and half of the road is owned by the county. There are currently no plans for roadway improvement. Hammer suggested an Assurance Agreement which could be entered into with a property owner when pulling a building permit to protect the cities interest. Andrews moved to table pending additional information. Haak seconded. Motion carried.
Summer Seasonal Personnel: Weiland stated that he is recommending Katrina Remnitz as the Pool Manager at a rate of $11.00 per hour and Martin Blath as Rubble Site Monitor at a rate of $8.75 per hour. Haak moved to approve. Burggraff seconded. Motion carried.
Rubble Site: Weiland recommended start date of the Rubble Site of April 19. Hours are Tuesdays and Thursdays from 1-6 p.m. and Saturdays from 9 to 4 p.m. Community Clean-up Free Days suggested as Thursday, May 1 and Saturday, May 3. Appliances continue to have a $10 fee assessed. Burggraff moved to approve as recommended. Crisp seconded. Motion carried.
Subdivision Ordinance - Public Open Space Requirements: When new residential developments are considered the council currently may require 10% space for city use. Crisp requested the council consider land or cash consideration to the city for all developers as a requirement. He proceeded to expound on who the developers within Dell Rapids are and asked additional questions about each. No council action taken.
Water - Northview Drive Water Quality: Weiland stated that tonight was the deadline agreed upon for action on the water quality issue for the area. The appointed group has met and agreed on the following: quality has improved; continued flushing will continue; the line shouldn't be replaced in 2014; replacement should be considered on the capital improvement plan and credits for water service will end now. Vice-President Lauritzen thanked Kellee Miles for the time and energy in assisting in working on a solution.
Wastewater - Beach Avenue Sewer Line Replacement: Meetings with D&I Railroad have continued with the following proposed agreement: D&I to cover the cost of the raise in road grade and surfacing with concrete; all tracks to be replaced with asphalt between tracks by D&I; and 60 additional feet of sewer to be replaced due to additional track replacement. Lauritzen moved to approve as stated and agreed between parties. Andrews seconded. Motion carried.
Claims Approved for Payment by Other Municipal Boards - Library Board Claims: None.
Treasurer's Report: A recap, of all income and expenses that occurred since the last meeting, was presented to the council.
City Administrators Report - Weiland reported on the following:
Capital Improvement Plan needs input from the council for updating. Work session scheduled for Monday, May 12 at 7 p.m.
SE Sewer Extension Project will be bid on May 14 and the loan closing within days.
District Meeting in Tea is Thursday, April 10.
Governor's Office of Economic Development Conference will be in Sioux Falls on April 15 and April 16. Mike Geraets and Justin Weiland are registered to attend.
Lauritzen moved to adjourn. Miles seconded. Council adjourned at 9:14 p.m.
Published once at the total approximate cost of $105.14.
1439400 Apr. 23, 2014
NOTICE OF HEARING UPON
FOR SALE OF ALCOHOLIC
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT the City Council of the City of Dell Rapids, South Dakota on the 5th day of May, 2014, at 7:30 p.m. in the Council Chambers of City Hall will meet in regular session to consider application for alcoholic beverage licenses to operate within the City of Dell Rapids for the year, 2014 licensing period.
Package Off-Sale Liquor: Casey's Retail Company dba Casey's General Store #3285, 309 W 4th Street, Dell Rapids, SD 57022
NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN THAT any person, or their attorney, interested in the approval or rejection of any such application, may appear at said scheduled public hearing and present objections to any or all applicants, if any there be.
Dated this 11th day of April, 2014.
Published once at the total approximate cost of $21.25.
1439399 Apr. 23, 2014
Attention Lyons Township
It is the responsibility of landowners and operators to remove trees, brush, or any debris along township roads (SDL 31-31-2).
The electors of the township determined at the Annual Meeting that if removal is not carried out by those responsible, the township will employ someone and assess the cost to the landowner's real estate tax payable next year. (SDCL 31-31-6).
J. Benson - Township Clerk
Published twice at the total approximate cost of $19.98.
1439047 Apr. 16 & 23, 2014
THE MINNEHAHA COUNTY COMMISSION CONVENED AT 9:00 A.M. April 15, 2014 pursuant to adjournment on April 8, 2014. Commissioners present were: Barth, Beninga, Kelly, and Pekas. Commissioner Heiberger was absent. Also present were Cindy Jepsen, Commission Recorder, and Kersten Kappmeyer, Chief Civil Deputy State's Attorney.
Vice-Chairman Pekas called the meeting to order.
MOTION by Kelly, seconded by Barth, to approve the agenda. 4 ayes.
MOTION by Beninga, seconded by Barth, to approve the April 8, 2014 Commission Minutes. 4 ayes.
VOUCHERS TO BE PAID
MOTION by Barth, seconded by Beninga, to approve the following bills in the amount of $453,355.72. 4 ayes.
A & B Business Equip Lease-Rental 240.44, A & B Business Equip Maintenance C 831.82, A Rifkin Co Office Suppli 154.92, A To Z World Languag Interpreters 62.50, Amazon.Com Data Processi 839.90, Amazon.Com Furniture & O 43.88, Ace Prking Ps Business Trav 25.00, Advantage Car Business Trav -18.03, Alcohol Monitoring S Alternatives 118.80, Alexander, Corrie Education & T 163.00, Amazon Mktplace Pmts Data Processi -6.00, Amazon Mktplace Pmts Furniture & O 131.64, Amazon Mktplace Pmts Office Suppli 52.16, Amazon Mktplace Pmts Other Miscell 353.39, Arena Motel Motels 780.00, Argus Leader Adver Advertising 440.00, Argus Leader Adver Publishing Fe 2,019.30, Associated Consult E Outside Repai 195.00, Automatic Building C Jail Repairs 268.26, Automatic Building C Maintenance C 1,391.00, Avera McKennan Hospi Attorney Fees 1,575.00, Avera McKennan Hospi Blood Withdra 198.00, Avera McKennan Hospi Hospitals 3,040.00, Banner Associates In Architects & 17,967.91, Belitz, Clarence H Welfare Rent 1,000.00, Bell Trans Business Trav 13.50, Bendorf Law Firm Pro Child Defense 294.00, Best Western Dayton Extradition & 190.46, Bierschbach Equipmen Automotive/Sm 57.70, Bizcom Electronics Correction Ct 55.00, Bizcom Electronics Jail Repairs 34.50, Bob Barker Company, Child Care Un 74.76, Bob's Lock & Key/Haw Other Supplie 48.05, Boehrns, Cindy Welfare Rent 600.00, Boldt, Bradley D Welfare Rent 675.00, Bozeman Municipal Co Other Profess 30.00, Bp Products North Am Extradition & 47.91, Bp Products North Am Gas, Oil, Diese 63.00, Brandner, Bud Clare Welfare Rent 600.00, Brevik Law Office Pr Attorney Fees 476.76, Brooks Townhomes Lp Welfare Rent 660.00, Brown & Saenger Printing/Form 30.00, BSC Holding Inc Road Material 12,520.62, Builders Supply Comp Building Repa 21.00, Builders Supply Comp Repair/Renova 197.00, Building Sprinkler, Building Repa 270.00, Building Sprinkler, Maintenance C 219.83, Burleigh County (ND) Return Of Ser 35.00, Buthe, DJ Business Trav 30.00, Campbell Supply Co I Electrical Re 15.49, Campbell Supply Co I Motor/Machine 92.91, Campbell Supply Co I Other Supplie 30.97, Campbell Supply Co I Repair/Renova 52.98, Campbell Supply Co I Small Tools, 73.18, Campbell, Vicki Welfare Rent 265.00, Canfield Business In Furniture & O 478.28, Carlson, Lisa Court Reporte 2,920.20, Carper, Nichole A Attorney Fees 1,348.75, Carper, Nichole A Child Defense 1,738.96, Carrington Court Welfare Rent 550.00, Caseys Gas, Oil, Diese 29.41, CBM Managed Services Child Care Fo 4,171.96, Cedar Shore Business Trav 339.80, Center For Family Me Clinics Aux 411.00, Century Business Pro Office Suppli 345.70, Century Business Pro Printing/Form 31.11, Champs 14675 Uniform Allow 119.98, Christopherson, Ande Attorney Fees 2,823.75, City Centre Hotel Co Expert Witnes 100.00, City Centre Hotel Co Jury Fees 166.64, Civil Design Inc Architects & 13,741.50, Clay Street Garage Business Trav 11.00, Cliff Avenue Auto Pa Small Tools, 27.50, Cody, Denise Bd Exp. Fees 82.50, Cole Papers, Inc. HHS Custodial 246.58, Cole Petroleum Inc Gas, Oil, Diese 4,763.91, Columbia Dam Llc Welfare Rent 600.00, Comfort Inn By The B Business Trav 88.92, Connecting Point Contract Serv 2,010.00, Correct Care Solutio Detox 20,966.13, Counseling Resources Attorney Fees 675.00, Country Meadows Apts Welfare Rent 200.00, Country View MHC Welfare Rent 292.00, Culligan Water Condi Other Miscell 37.50, Daiken Applied Heat,Vent & A 5,439.00, Dakota Data Shred Trash Removal 365.75, Dakota Fluid Power, Truck Repair 211.45, Dakota Riggers & Too Bridge Repair 413.00, Dakota Riggers & Too Truck Repair 28.00, Dakota Splash Water Sewer 126.05, Dakota Supply Group, Building Repa 98.16, Deboer Law Office Pc Child Defense 338.53, Dellspr Inc Other Miscell 96.00, Delta Air Business Trav 470.50, Dey Appliance Plumbing & We 117.61, Dey Appliance Small Tools, 26.52, Deyoung, Lynn Business Trav 40.00, Disburg, Julia Business Trav 29.97, DLRS Properties, Inc Welfare Rent 1,100.00, Dubbe, Scott Education & T 40.00, Duffy, Ryan Attorney Fees 2,939.40, Dust Tex Service Inc Maintenance C 22.56, Dynamsoft Corp Data Processi 748.75, Dynamsoft Corp Software 748.75, Eastern Farmers Coop Gas,Oil,Diese 232.66, Eb *Ota 2013 Education & T 475.47, Ebert's Properties, Welfare Rent 383.00, EH Hospitality Llc Motels 670.00, EH Hospitality Llc Welfare Rent 375.00, Election Systems & S Office Suppli 68.22, EPSV Investments Llc Welfare Rent 890.00, Etc/Expo For Her Mag Advertising 350.00, Expressway Suites Business Trav 545.38, Exxonmobil Extradition & 34.92, Family Service Inc Expenditures 130.00, Family Vac Furniture & O 300.00, Fastenal Company Repair/Renova 106.58, Fastenal Company Sign Supply/I 74.48, Fastenal Company Small Tools, 19.97, Finberg Family Llc Welfare Rent 750.00, First Dakota Nationa 2012 HLS Grant 3,323.83, Fleetpride Holt, I Truck Repair/ 106.24, Fodness, Arley Store Invento 31.98, Founders Tel. Headse Office Suppli 63.85, Four Corners Partner Welfare Rent 500.00, Fox, Youngberg & Lew Attorney Fees 535.02, Fred The Fixer Inc Jail Repairs 56.00, Frisbee, Inc. Plumbing & We 2,848.00, Froke, Krista Other Misc. R 150.00, Frontier Ai Business Trav 145.00, Gannett NSSC/Sioux F Child Care It 40.44, Gannett NSSC/Sioux F Office Suppli 14.29, Gannett NSSC/Sioux F Other Profess 116.26, Gaylord Bros Inc Program Activ 27.18, Global Connect Other Medical 5.25, Global Equipment Com Janitorial/Ch 207.83, Godi, Mustafa Welfare Rent 350.00, Golden West Telephone 37.26, Gordmans Inc Uniform Allow 53.97, Government Finance O Education & T 100.00, Graham Tire Co. Do Motor/Machine 17.00, Grainger, Inc. Jail Repairs 95.60, Graybar Electric Electrical Re 1,129.72, Graybar Electric Jail Repairs 478.01, Green Eggs And Ram Data Processi 109.96, Gustave A. Larson Co Heat,Vent & A 458.76, Guzman, Sandra V. Interpreters 325.22, Hanson, Wade Education & T 127.00, Hart, Jorrie Education & T 163.00, Hemenway, Sam Education & T 163.00, Henry, Paul Attorney Fees 2,222.20, Hewlett-Packard Comp Contract Serv 3,115.52, Hewlett-Packard Comp Data Processi 160.00, High Plains Technolo Maintenance C 852.28, Hilton Garden Inn HIDTA Grant 590.80, Hoekstra, Denise A. Court Reporte 689.95, Hofer, Charlotte Db Welfare Rent 400.00, Hoffman, Dustin W Welfare Rent 800.00, Holiday Inn City Cen Business Trav 114.99, Holiday Stnstore Education & T 28.10, Huebner, Dave Program Activ 100.00, Hurtgen, Timothy T/P Welfare Rent 420.00, Hy-Vee Accounts Rece Building Repa 154.37, Hy-Vee Accounts Rece Other Supplie 7.75, Hy-Vee Accounts Rece Pharmacies 91.98, Hy-Vee Accounts Rece Supplemental 39.15, Ideal Yardware Small Tools, 224.96, Infrastructure Desig Architects & 16,323.88, Ingemansen, Jason Education & T 163.00, Interstate All Batte Office Suppli 34.95, Interstate Office Pr Furniture & O 1,483.42, Interstate Office Pr Office Suppli 838.14, Intuit *Qb Finance S Building Repa 19.27, J.C. Penney Company, Uniform Allow 89.97, Jack's Sinclair Education & T 85.06, Jack's Sinclair Gas, Oil, Diese 67.35, Jackson County (IA) Copy Fees 68.50, Jaros, Pete Education & T 40.00, Jastram, Mark W Education & T 40.00, Jaymar Business Form Office Suppli 209.38, JCL Solutions-Janito Grounds & Par 944.90, Jefferson Partners L Transportatio 596.25, Jim & Ron's Service Other Profess 480.00, Jim Bork Enterprises Office Suppli 312.00, Johnson, Richard L Attorney Fees 369.75, Juice Stop Arrowhe Expenditures 20.00, Karl's, Inc. Plumbing & We 390.00, Kauffman, David W. P Psych Evals 3,162.50, Kelolandemployment.C Recruitment 178.00, Kennedy, Renee S Court Reporte 372.40, Khoroosi, Sam Attorney Fees 856.80, Kmart Pharmacies 164.78, Knology Inc Dba W Telephone 59.04, Kone, Inc. Maintenance C 795.90, Kone, Inc. Other Profess 57.16, Kone, Inc. Outside Repai 8,077.32, Koopman & Sons Gas C Automotive/Sm 53.76, Kreisers, Inc. Other Miscell 50.00, Krueger, Travis Education & T 163.00, Kum & Go Business Trav 42.70, Kum & Go Education & T 68.84, Lacey Rentals Inc Lease-Rental 100.00, Larson, Jeff Attorney Fees 1,687.80, Lason Systems Inc Microfilming 167.20, Lassegaard, Samuel C Welfare Rent 350.00, Laughlin, Nicole Attorney Fees 6,759.50, Lauric Enterprises I Education & T 100.00, Lewis & Clark BHS Bd Evaluation 3,680.00, Lewis Drug Stores Automotive/Sm 5.98, Lewis Drug Stores Clinics Aux 5.00, Lewno, Lucy Bd Exp. Fees 773.45, Lexisnexis Matthew B Books 42.44, Lexjet Program Activ 450.00, Love S Country Extradition & 46.80, Lowes Credit Service Bldg/Yard Rep 107.74, Mac Pros Data Processi 828.95, Madison Square Ptnrs Welfare Rent 500.00, Malloy Electric Bear Jail Repairs 41.25, Marco Lease-Rental 170.00, Marco Maintenance C 130.50, Matheson Tri-Gas Inc Plumbing & We 32.51, Matheson Tri-Gas Inc Small Tools, 64.79, Maxwell Food Equipme Janitorial/Ch 42.23, McKerin Software Inc Consultants 977.50, McKissock, Lp Education & T 299.90, McManus, William (Pa Attorney Fees 2,459.11, Mega Saver Tob4less HIDTA Grant 55.02, Menards Building Repa 147.14, Menards Jail Repairs 28.91, Menards Repair/Renova 53.85, Menards Small Tools, 83.93, Menards Building Repa 92.98, Menards Grounds & Par 43.98, Metro Communications Other Miscell 24,204.59, Microfilm Imaging Sy Contract Serv 3,351.38, Microfilm Imaging Sy Furniture & O 400.00, MidAmerican Energy C Natural Gas 5,206.08, Midwest Alarm Compan Security Alar 250.00, Miller Funeral Home, Burials 1,000.00, Minn Cnty Planning P Automotive/Sm 15.76, Minn Cnty Planning P Gas,Oil,Diese 20.01, Minnehaha Community Park/Recreati 25.00, Minnehaha Community Tea-Ellis Ran 25.00, Monick Pipe & Supply Jail Repairs 1,066.62, Monoprice Inc Data Processi 348.86, Multi-Cultural Cente Interpreters 563.75, NE Dept Of Motor Veh Copy Fees 3.00, Neve's Uniforms Uniform Allow 993.98, New Horizons Education & T 1,650.00, Newegg.Com Inc Data Processi 51.98, Nguyen, Quang D Welfare Rent 550.00, Nicholson, Tschetter Attorney Fees 1,730.91, Nielsen Ogdahl, Erin Attorney Fees 950.00, Northeast Investment Welfare Rent 2,000.00, Novak Sanitary Servi Tea-Ellis Ran 14.60, Novak Sanitary Servi Trash Removal 2,662.21, Nyberg's Ace Hardwar Building Repa 13.99, Nyberg's Ace Hardwar Correction Ct 21.47, Nyberg's Ace Hardwar Other Supplie 47.94, Nyberg's Ace Hardwar Plumbing & We 37.54, Nyberg's Ace Hardwar Repair/ Renova 45.97, Office Depot, Inc. Office Suppli 1,474.02, Officemax Building Repa 21.98, Officemax Office Suppli 166.40, Olson, Whit Program Activ 100.00, Omnicare Clinics Aux 116.58, Palmer, Barbara Bd Evaluation 1,215.00, Parkview, Llc Welfare Rent 505.00, Pastperfect Software Collections S 352.00, Paypal Books 92.00, Paypal Data Processi 105.96, Paypal Education & T 365.00, Paypal Maintenance C 59.95, Paypal Motor/Machine 92.07, Paypal Office Suppli 335.30, PBBS Equipment Corp Education & T 295.00, Pfeifer Implement Co Motor/Machine 96.78, Phillips 66 Company Gas,Oil,Diese 131.69, Phoenix Supply Llc Child Care It 26.28, Phoenix Supply Llc Child Care Un 12.38, Pierre Parkside Deve Business Trav 166.00, Pilot Extradition & 34.01, Pilot Gas, Oil, Diese 112.02, Pizza Hut Hazmat Commit 50.35, Professional Wireles Communication 184.00, Qualified Presort Se Postage 158.04, Quality Efficiencies Motels 665.00, Qualseth, Ryan Education & T 40.00, R & L Supply, Ltd Building Repa 5.81, R & L Supply, Ltd Heat,Vent & A 265.80, R & L Supply, Ltd Jail Repairs 378.00, R & L Supply, Ltd Plumbing & We 416.26, Radio Shack Corporat Automotive/Sm 55.47, Radio Shack Corporat Building Repa 19.99, Radisson Hotel Rap Business Trav 156.00, Radisson Hotels Business Trav 385.00, Radisson Hotels Education & T -10.63, Ramada Plaza Suites Business Trav 289.74, Record Keepers, Inc. Records Stora 2,675.13, Rehntals Llc Welfare Rent 525.00, Rhomar Industries In Truck Repair 1,204.85, Richmond II Ltd Ptnr Welfare Rent 700.00, Roberts, Mike Welfare Rent 450.00, Roberts, Yvonne Welfare Rent 440.00, Robsons Inc Dba Rob Office Equipm 8.49, Rock County (MN)Sher Return Of Ser 40.00, Rural Metro Ambulanc Ambulance 214.07, Russell, Mark Education & T 163.00, Sanford Clinic Finan Other Miscell 58.00, Sanford Health Plan Expenditures 2,472.82, Sanford Hospital Blood Withdra 180.00, Sanford Hospital Clinics Aux 2,346.75, Sanford Hospital Hospitals 74,009.43, Sanford Hospital R Welfare Rent 350.00, Sanford Hospital Med Blood Withdra 20.00, Sanford Hospital Med Medical Recor 23.25, Sanford Laboratories Lab Costs 5,014.58, Scheels All Sports Uniform Allow 130.00, Schuneman Equip Motor/Machine 517.31, Scotty's Automotive Automotive/Sm 34.75, SD Assn Of County Of Education & T 700.00, SD Dept Of Revenue Lab Costs 105.00, Senior Citizens Svcs Advertising 54.00, Servall Towel & Line Janitorial/Ch 10.35, Servall Towel & Line Program Activ 73.13, SF Insulation Supply Plumbing & We 110.75, SF Leased Housing As Welfare Rent 231.00, Shell Oil Business Trav 55.20, Shell Oil Education & T 39.67, Shell Oil Extradition & 141.97, Shell Oil Gas, Oil, Diese 106.01, Shepherd Reporting L Court Reporte 300.00, SHI, International C Contract Serv 1,690.92, SHI, International C Software 4,153.67, Shopko Store Clinics Aux 80.87, Shopko Store Office Suppli 25.58, Shopko Store Uniform Allow 97.48, Sieler, Justin Education & T 163.00, Sign Zone, Inc Program Activ 368.26, Silver Star Car Wash Automotive/Sm 27.00, Sioux Empire Fair As Hazard Insura 4,969.92, Sioux Empire FCU 148 Program Activ 5.98, Sioux Falls Rubber S Office Suppli 152.30, Sioux Falls Utilitie Welfare Utili 552.07, Sisson Printing, Inc Jury Fees 238.15, Smith, Neville Education & T 163.00, Solomon, Ghirmay Interpreters 220.83, Southeastern Behavio Other Miscell 43,617.00, Spring Hill Ltd Ptnr Welfare Rent 128.00, Stan Houston Equipme Small Tools, 61.25, Staples Data Processi 25.99, Staples Office Suppli 99.96, State Steel Of SD Repair/Renova 812.71, Streicher's Ammunition 671.99, Stronghold Counselin Clinics Aux 580.00, Sturdevant's Auto Pa Bldg/Yard Rep 73.17, Sunshine Foods Other Profess 12.34, Sunshine Foods Other Supplie 12.58, Super 8 Motel-Pierre Program Activ -14.36, Swanda, Karen Bd Exp. Fees 82.50, Szameit, Alexandra Interpreters 416.66, Tammen Oil Automotive/Sm 20.52, Taylor Place Llc Welfare Rent 500.00, The UPS Store Postage 11.81, The UPS Store Testing Suppl 13.15, Thomas, Thadeus Education & T 163.00, Thomson Reuters We Books 198.45, Thorin, Deyanira T Interpreters 433.36, Tires, Tires, Tires Automotive/Sm 316.09, Titze's Auto Repair Truck Repair 636.18, Tractor Supply Co. Small Tools, 113.95, Traffic Data Inc Db Small Equipme 2,621.81, Trane Heat,Vent & A 111.56, Treasure Island Hote Business Trav 635.04, Turning Leaf Llc Welfare Rent 600.00, United Air Business Trav 329.50, United Parcel Servic Postage 18.40, USD-DHSF (Dental Hyg Dentists 88.00, Usps.Com Office Suppli 12.35, Usps.Com Postage 520.47, Vanderlinde, David/C Welfare Rent 400.00, Variety Foods Llc Other Profess 255.37, Vash Properties Welfare Rent 500.00, Volunteers Of Americ Alternatives 4,830.00, Volunteers Of Americ Other Profess 3,040.00, Wal-Mart Books -1.14, Wal-Mart Pharmacy Building Repa 38.92, Wal-Mart Pharmacy Other Profess 809.56, Wal-Mart Pharmacy Other Supplie 205.11, Wal-Mart Pharmacy Program Equip 198.00, Wal-Mart Pharmacy Books 31.06, Wal-Mart Pharmacy Expenditures 59.18, Wal-Mart Pharmacy HHS Custodial 19.94, Wal-Mart Pharmacy Other Supplie 109.21, Walgreen Co. Pharmacies 56.02, Walgreens Pharmacy Pharmacies 96.14, Wall Lake Sanitary D Water Sewer 70.00, Waltner, Kolbeck, Sc Attorney Fees 3,072.62, Waltner, Kolbeck, Sc Child Defense 2,287.00, Waste Management Of Trash Removal 377.90, Weerheim, Tom Attorney Fees 3,506.20, Wells Fargo Home Mor Welfare Rent 700.00, West Pointe Townhous Welfare Rent 690.00, Wittrock, Craig Education & T 163.00, Www.Dickssportnggood Park/ Recreati 147.56, Wynia, Keith Education & T 163.00, Wynia, Wallace Education & T 163.00, Xcel Energy, Inc. Road Maint. & 25.84, Xcel Energy, Inc. Welfare Utili 3,486.03, Yankton County Sheri Return Of Ser 175.00, Yankton County Treas Attorney Fees 2,472.20, Yogi Holdings Inc Motels 214.00, Zabel Steel Co. Automotive/Sm 55.66, Zahrbock Kool, Tress Attorney Fees 1,572.64, Zee Medical Service Office Suppli 81.65, 10Th Street Autawash Automotive/Sm 113.95, 29 City Park Brady & Business Trav 15.00, 6199 ASM KC Gas, Oil, Diese 69.77
The Minnehaha County Regional Juvenile Detention Center Report for March 2014 and the Auditor's Account with the County Treasurer as of March 31, 2014 were received and placed on file in the Auditor's Office.
On Deposit in Banks: Interest-bearing open accounts, 14,291,285.12; CD's and savings, 15,000,000.00; Cash, 17,849.64; Checks/drafts in Treasurer's possession for more than 3 days, 8,730.36; Total Cash on Hand, 29,317,865.12; Payroll ck#43365 Voided by Treasurer in error, (19.40); Total Reconciled AS/400 Cash Balance, 29,317,845.72
MOTION by Kelly, seconded by Beninga, to approve the following personnel changes. 4 ayes.
1. To hire James Gravett as Juvenile Detention Center Director (24/4) for the Juvenile Detention Center at $2,929.60/bi-weekly effective 4/21/14.
2. To begin Interpreter specialty pay of $.50/hour for Hector Lopez, Correctional Officer in Training for the Jail, resulting in a rate of $16.71/hour effective 4/12/14.
3. To hire Quentin Struble as temporary, part-time Correctional Officer (12/1) for the 24/7 Program at $16.21/hour effective 4/11/14.
4. To hire Doug Flora as temporary, part-time Certified Civil Process Server (13/1) for the Sheriff's Office at $17.03/hour effective 4/18/14.
5. To hire Timothy Hurd as temporary, part-time Laborer for the Highway at $11.00/hour effective 4/16/14.
Step Increases Due
1. Tiffany Willert - Human Resources Technician - Human Resources - 10/1 to 10/2 - 4/17/14 - $15.06/hour
2. Steven Mahlstedt - Corporal - Jail - 16/3 to 16/4 - 3/30/14 - $21.27/hour
3. Brent Albers - Corporal - Jail - 16/4 to 16/5 - 3/30/14 - $21.80/hour
4. Danny Thorson - Corporal - Jail - 16/1 to 16/2 - 4/21/14 - $20.25/hour
5. Heather Tjaden - Juvenile Correctional Officer I - Juvenile Detention Center - 12/2 to 12/3 - 4/2/14 - $17.03/hour
6. Aaron Curry - Paralegal - Public Advocate's Office - 16/8 to 16/9 - 4/13/14 - $24.07/hour
MOTION by Beninga, seconded by Kelly, to approve abatement of 2013 property taxes for the City of Crooks, RDID 19899, $571.26, representing tax exempt property. 4 ayes.
MOTION by Beninga, seconded by Barth, to approve abatement of 2013 property taxes for the City of Sioux Falls, RDID 11862, $925.74, RDID 11863, $922.91, and RDID 11864, $729.72, representing tax exempt properties. 4 ayes.
Commissioner Pekas gave a briefing on a request for compromise of lien for DPNO 76423. The lien is for poor relief and public defender services that occurred between June 2011 and March 2014. The applicant has made payments on the lien in the amount of $524.00, bringing the lien to its current balance of $1,067.40. The applicant receives Social Security Supplemental Income (SSI) of $721 per month. He lists assets of $790 consisting of $590 in a checking account and $200 for a non-working car. He lists liabilities in the amount of $1,956 consisting of the lien and money owed to his parents. He is asking for a compromise and release of the lien in full with no additional payment. Commissioner Barth stated that he feels it is premature to agree to a compromise at this time, and he would like to see a clean record for a while longer and also see that the applicant has made some small payments on the lien. Commissioner Beninga stated that he would like to see the applicant's employment record and documentation that the applicant is not able to work. MOTION by Kelly, seconded by Barth, to deny the request for compromise of lien for DPNO 76423. 4 ayes.
Commissioner Pekas gave a briefing on a request for compromise of lien for DPNO 15274. The lien is for court appointed attorney services, poor relief, and public defender services. The lien balance has been as high as $3,764.68. The applicant has a strong payment history that is reflected in the current balance on the lien of $1,304.68. The applicant is on SSI with limited funds. He is requesting a compromise and release of the lien in full upon payment of an additional $500 within 15 days. The lien has been turned over to Hauge and Associates for collection and they recommend acceptance of the compromise offer. MOTION by Barth, seconded by Beninga, to approve a compromise and release of the lien upon payment of $500. Commissioner Beninga stated that he would like to see information on the applicant's employment history and tax returns before approving a compromise and release of the lien. VOTE on motion, 2 ayes. Kelly and Beninga voted nay. This item will be reconsidered when Chairman Heiberger is present.
Jason Reaves, Project Engineer, reported on the April 9, 2014, bid opening for Project MC 251-BR-14, Structure Replacement for 50-294-070. The following four bids were received: Prahm Construction, Inc, $327,831.58; Journey Group dba SF Civil Constructors, $333,999.33; Duininck Companies, $341,814.78; Grangaard Construction, $366,442.58. Mr. Reaves recommended the bid be awarded to Prahm Construction, Inc. MOTION by Barth, seconded by Beninga, to award the bid for Project MC251-BR-14 to Prahm Construction in the amount of $327,831.58. 4 ayes.
Jason Reaves, Project Engineer, gave a briefing on the South Dakota Department of Transportation Funding Exchange Agreement. The agreement would exchange $612,076.75 in federal Surface Transportation Program funds administered through the State, for State Highway Funds allowing the County to spend the money without programming the projects in the State's Statewide Transportation Improvement Program. MOTION by Beninga, seconded by Kelly to authorize the Vice-Chairman to sign the agreement with the SD Department of Transportation for Sub-Allocation of Federal Surface Transportation Program Funds in the amount of $612,076.75. 4 ayes.
Jason Reaves, Highway Project Engineer, gave a briefing on a request from Edison Township to reduce the speed limit to 45 miles per hour on a portion of 479th Avenue between 252nd Street and 254th Street. The request is due to an anticipated increase in traffic traveling to the EROS Data Center on this stretch of road, while Highway 121 is closed during the construction of two bridges. Jim Hoekman, Deputy Sheriff Captain, stated that he supports the reduced speed, but he did have a concern that the increase in traffic may cause a breakdown of the road. Mr. Reaves reported that Edison Township has committed to grading the road on a bi-weekly schedule and that there have been discussions regarding dust abatement. Commissioner Beninga requested that another traffic count be done on 479th Avenue once Highway 121 is closed. Mr. Reaves stated that they will do another traffic count and will bring that to the Commission in a couple weeks. MOTION by Kelly to approve Resolution MC14-15. 4 ayes. Commissioner Barth stated that he would like to have further discussion on dust abatement.
Commissioner Pekas reported that Chairman Heiberger and Ken McFarland are in Pierre for a JDAI meeting.
Kersten Kappmeyer, Chief Civil Deputy States Attorney, gave a briefing on a request from the City of Sioux Falls for Minnehaha County to provide a landlord letter of consent for submitting an application for the Patient Centered Medical Home (PCMH) model of care grant. The City of Sioux Falls would use the federal funding to remodel a portion of their space in the Health and Human Services Building that is owned by Minnehaha County. The grant application requires a "landlord consent" agreement to be included in the application. Alicia Collura, Assistant Director of Public Health/Operations, City of Sioux Falls, stated the grant funds would be used to remodel the medical records and front desk areas. Lloyd Olson, Facilities Director, stated that he has no concerns about the remodeling project. MOTION by Barth, seconded by Beninga to authorize the Vice-Chairman to sign the landlord, letter of consent. 4 ayes.
Commissioners commented on the recent City of Sioux Falls/School election regarding issues related to the use of election centers.
MOTION by Barth, seconded by Beninga, to go into executive session to discuss contracts, and legal briefing. 4 ayes.
The Commission adjourned until 9:00 a.m. on Tuesday, April 22, 2014.
Published once at the total approximate cost of $229.80.
1439554 April 23, 2014
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA)
COUNTY OF MINNEHAHA)
IN CIRCUIT COURT
SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
In the Matter of the Estate of
JERRY DEAN WICKRE,
Notice is hereby given that on the 31st day of March, 2014, Debra Marie Boyle, whose address is 11013 Puma Cliff, Lone Tree, Colorado 80124, was appointed as Personal Representative of the Estate of Jerry Dean Wickre, 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 31st day of March, 2014.
Debra Marie Boyle,
11013 Puma Cliff
Lone Tree, Colorado 80124
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
1438534 April 9, 16 & 23, 2014