Legals and Notices - Aug. 27
August 26. 2014 2:03PM
ORDINANCE NO. 245
CITY OF BALTIC,
AN ORDINANCE REVISING TITLE 4 OF THE REVISED ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF BALTIC, SOUTH DAKOTA.
BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF BALTIC, SOUTH DAKOTA, THAT THE FOLLOWING ADDITION IS MADE TO TITLE 4 AS FOLLOWS:
Chapter 4.05 - BURGLAR, FIRE ALARMS, SYSTEMS AND USERS
4.0501, Purpose of Chapter
4.0503, Installation and Operation
4.0505, False Alarm Fee
4.0506, Penalties for Violation of Chapter
4.0501 PURPOSE OF CHAPTER
The purpose of this chapter is to provide regulations applicable to private alarm systems and users. The public safety and good order require that emergency services be maintained with a proper balance between prompt response to alarms and a minimization of time spent on alarms which are false or otherwise not the intended function of private security systems.
The following words, terms and phrases, when used in this Section, shall have the meanings ascribed to them in this Section, except where the context clearly indicates a different meaning:
(a) Alarm user means any person, property owner, firm, partnership, corporation or governmental entity whose premises has an alarm system.
(b) Alarm system means a device or system that emits, transmits or relays a remote or local audible, visual or electronic signal indicating an alarm condition and intended to or reasonably expected to summon law enforcement officers of the Minnehaha County Sheriff's Department (hereinafter "Sheriff ') or fire services. Alarm system does not include an alarm installed on a vehicle.
(c) False alarm means any of the following:
(l) The negligent or unintentional activation of an alarm system by the owner or lessee of an alarm system or by an employee or agent of either.
(2) The activation of an alarm system by mechanical failure or malfunction because of improper maintenance of the alarm system.
(3) The activation of an alarm system because of improper installation and/or use of the equipment.
(4) The intentional activation of an alarm system where no unauthorized entry, commission of an unlawful act or fire exists.
(5) An alarm shall be presumed false if the law enforcement officers do not locate evidence of intrusion, commission of an unlawful act, or emergency on the premises that might have caused the alarm to sound. When responding law enforcement officers find unsecured doors or windows where there is no evidence of forced entry or other evidence of criminal intent, the alarm is presumed to be false.
(6) False alarm includes an alarm caused by power outage, but shall not include alarms activated by unusually severe weather conditions or other causes which are identified by the law enforcement officers or fire department to be beyond the control of the alarm user.
4.0503 INSTALLATION AND OPERATION
(a) Alarm system standards. All alarm systems installed within the City shall be installed and maintained in compliance with all applicable federal, state and local statutes, rules and regulations.
(b) Emergency information. The alarm user will provide the Sheriff and City with the names and telephone numbers of at least two persons in addition to the user who can be reached at any time, day or night, and who are authorized to respond to an emergency signal transmitted by the automatic alarm device, and who can open the premises wherein the device is installed.
(a) False alarm. No person owning, using or possessing an alarm system or transmitting information regarding an alarm system shall cause or permit the giving of a false alarm, whether intentional, accidental or otherwise.
(b) Prohibited devices. No person shall use or cause or permit to be used any telephone or electronic device or attachment that automatically selects a public primary telephone trunk line of the Sheriff or fire department and then reproduces any prerecorded message to report any unlawful act, fire or other emergency.
4.0505 FALSE ALARM FEE
(a) If the Sheriff or fire department responds to a false alarm, the alarm user shall pay the City a fee according to the schedule of fees for any false alarm occurring in a calendar year as determined by resolution of the City council.
(b) If the summons to the Sheriff or fire department is cancelled while the Sheriff or fire department is responding to an alarm, the alarm user shall still be assessed a fee for a false alarm.
(c) Any fees payable to the City which are delinquent shall be assessed against the property involved as a special assessment. The Finance Officer shall certify this assessment to the County Auditor.
4.0506 PENALTIES FOR VIOLATION OF CHAPTER
Any person, who violates any provisions of this chapter, shall pay an amount as determined by resolution of the City Council.
Dated this 8th day of July 2014.
First Reading: July 8, 2014
Second Reading: August 12, 2014
Passage and Adoption: August 12, 2014
Publication: _________, 2014
Effective Date: ________, 2014
/s/ Michael J. Wendland
Elaine C. Hendrickson
Municipal Finance Officer
Published once at a cost of $69.91.
1447740 Aug. 27, 2014
MINUTES OF 12 AUGUST 2014 REGULAR SESSION
THE BALTIC CITY COUNCIL MET IN REGULAR SESSION ON 12 AUGUST 2014. Mayor Wendland called the meeting to order at 7:00 PM. Present were Council members Ron Jenks, Calvin Whiting, Scott Grunewaldt and Chris Drayer. Also present were Maintenance Supervisor Johnson, Maintenance-Administrative Assistant Fods, Finance Officer Hendrickson, Attorneys Hughes and Trefz and Dan Oakland of Alternative HRD. The meeting was held at the Baltic City Hall.
Mayor Wendland asked all present to rise and join in the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag.
Grunewaldt made a motion to approve the 08 July 2014 Regular Session minutes. Whiting seconded. All Ayes.
Grunewaldt made a motion to approve the 31 July 2014 Special Planning Retreat Session minutes. Whiting seconded. All Ayes.
Disbursements were reviewed. Jenks made a motion to approve the following disbursements. Drayer seconded. All Ayes. FIRST NATIONAL BANK in SF $3.00 nsf fee on B and K rent; EFPTS $5,845.84 tax remit; REVTRAK $12.50 credit card equip&service char; SD DEPT OF REVENUE $587.01 SALES TAX; WASHINGTON PAVILLION $303.00 summer youth trip; ONE TIME USE - 2 $400.00 face painter for riverpark day; DAKOTA ENTERTAINMENT $900.00 bouncers for riverpark days; ONE TIME USE $298.50 summer youth trip to theater; WILD WATER WEST $574.53 Swimming Passes; CITY OF DELL RAPIDS $750.00 Swimming Lessons; US POST OFFICE $340.00 Postage; DAKOTA ENTERTAINMENT $900.00 Celebration Inflatables; ALLiaNCE COMMUNICATIONS $147.92 City hall; ALTERNATIVE HRD $950.00 HR Consulting; Argus Leader Media $63.39 legals; AT ANALYTICAL $55.00 Office Lights; BARGAIN BYTES $205.00 Clean-up Recycling; CALVIN WHITING $107.12 Travel Reimbursement; CHRIS DRAYER $50.00 Travel Reimbursement; CITY OF BALTIC WATER DEPT. $74.07 riverpark; CITY OF SIOUX FALLS $81.78 Water Samples; COLTON REDI-MIX $198.00 Valley Gutter; D&D MARKET $28.80 Park Supplies; DAKOTA BACKUP $30.00 DAILY BACKUPS; DEB WHIPPLE $120.42 Summer Rec reimbursement; DEERE Credit, Inc. $10,238.55 Wheel Loader Payment; DELL RAPIDS COMMUNITY AMBULANC $4,000.00 Ambulance Support; DELL RAPIDS LUMBER CO $486.48 SUPPLIES; DUST-TEX SERVICE INC $13.73 rug exchange; EASTERN FARMERS COOP $289.34 Chemicals; ELAINE HENDRICKSON $270.04 Travel Reimbursement; FAITH MARGURIET $315.93 City Celebration Reimbursement; GARBAGE N MORE $5,331.00 Fuel Charge; GILLESPIE $84.49 Grass Trimmer Supplies; HUBERS ELECTRIC $1,341.03 Park Shelter Repairs; HUGHES LAW OFFICES $1,041.50 SERVICES; ICMA RETIREMENT TRUST 457 $150.00; INTERSTATE ALL BATTERY CENTER $36.95 Generator Battery; INTERSTATE COLLISION & GLASS, $83.20 Towing; JOANNA BAATZ $168.75 Mowing; KINETIC LEASING $1,850.00 5th Street Lease Buy Back; LACEY'S Rentals Inc $590.00 Restroom Rental; Marco $104.00 qrtly, maint agree; MAXIMUM PROMOTIONS $198.80 City Celebration Banner; MENARD'S $22.08 Shop Supplies; MIDAMERICAN ENERGY $29.68 GAS; MIDWAY SERVICE $1,201.85 Fuel; MIKE WENDLAND $722.32 Travel Reimbursement; MINNEHAHA COMM WATER $4,150.40 WATER; ONE TIME USE $70.57 Water Deposit Return; ONE TIME USE - 2 $363.96 FO School; ONE TIME USE - 3 $168.00 Sweeper Trucking; RYAN FODS $83.44 Travel Reimbursement; SAMS CLUB (CREDIT) $137.27 Park Supplies; SCOTT GRUNEWALDT $107.12 Travel Reimbursement; SOUTH DAKOTA MUNICIPAL LEAGUE $300.00 Meeting Registration; SDRS $1,454.48 retirement contrib; SIOUX FALLS HUMANE SOCIETY $68.32 Animal Control; SVERDRUP TOWNSHIP $120.00 BLADING; US BANK $333.62 City Celebration Supplies; US BANK EQUIPMENT FINANCE $852.95 Sweeper Payment; VAN DIEST SUPPLY COMPANY $2,239.50 Mosquito Supplies; VERIZON WIRELESS $72.11 CELL PHONE; West Payment Center $184.75 Subscription Charges; XCEL ENERGY $2,221.18 street lights; Total$54,523.27
July 2014 Salaries in gross amounts by Department: Finance, $6211.05; Streets, $2800.70; Parks, $6913.69; Liquor, $378.58; Water, $3685.77; Sewer, $3685.47; Total $23,675.26.
Public Time. No comments.
Police Report. Capt. Hoekman and Sgt Harris were present. Capt. Hoekman spoke about illegal dumping and the problems with identifying the responsible individuals.
Mark Meadows and Faith Marguriet gave an update on the RiverPark Days. They stated that the surveys were coming in nicely and no major problems were stated.
Maintenance Update. Topics discussed included chip sealing, the new street sweeper, and trees that have fallen over the low head dam.
City Hall Update. Hendrickson explained some property insurance exclusions and asked for consideration during business for this topic and some software updates that had caused issues with closing the month of July, so there is no final July report at this time.
Attorney Remarks. Attorney Trefz explained changes that had been made to the Employee Handbook. Hughes had no remarks at the time.
Mayor Wendland read a letter of resignation from Finance Officer Hendrickson. Following many comments Grunewaldt made a motion to accept Hendrickson's resignation effective 1 October 2014. Drayer seconded. All Ayes. Hendrickson has offered to assist with transitional training as may be required.
Dan Oakland explained the updated Job Descriptions. Drayer made a motion to approve the updated job descriptions for City Administrator/Public Works Director, Municipal Finance Officer, Maintenance Supervisor, Deputy Finance Officer, Maintenance Assistant, and Administrative Assistant. Whiting seconded. All Ayes.
The revised Organizational Chart was reviewed. Grunewaldt made a motion to approve the Organizational Chart as presented in the Employment Handbook. Jenks seconded. All Ayes.
The revised Employee Handbook was discussed briefly. Whiting made a motion to approve the Revised Employee Handbook. Grunewaldt seconded. All Ayes.
Oakland talked about the Finance Officer job posting. Grunewaldt made a motion to approve posting the Finance Officer position in media and job services as Oakland deems appropriate. Whiting seconded. All Ayes.
Mayor Wendland read Resolution 14-05 Front Foot Assessment. Whiting made a motion to approve Resolution 14-05. Drayer seconded. All Ayes. (published separately)
A discussion on the possible surplus of the old depot was held. It was determined that the property insurance should be dropped and the liability insurance maintained for the building. Hendrickson will request the exceptions statements from SD Public Assurance Alliance.
A discussion was held on code enforcement ordinances.
Drayer discussed code enforcement issues and making sure all of our ordinances agree and are enforceable. Attorney Hughes will give an outline of what actions may be needed.
Mayor Wendland gave the second reading of Ordinance #245, Alarm Systems. Whiting made a motion to approve the second reading, Jenks seconded. All Ayes.
Council wages were tabled until the next budget discussion.
Mayor Wendland read Resolution 14-06 A Resolution of Support that is necessary for consideration of a LWCF Grant. Whiting made a motion to approve Resolution 14-06. Drayer seconded. All Ayes. (published separately)
Jenks made a motion to go into Executive Session at 9:15 PM to discuss personnel issues and to communicate with Attorney Hughes. Whiting seconded. All Ayes.
At 9:40 PM Mayor Wendland declared the City Council to be out of Executive Session.
Jenks made a motion to declare the land described as Lots1, 2, 3 and Tract A in Lot 4A of Block 4 of Keyes Addition to the city of Baltic and the building on Lot 3 as surplus to the city. Grunewaldt seconded. All Ayes.
Grunewaldt made a motion for Hendrickson to contact a licensed appraiser and ask for a limited scope appraisal for the surplus property.
At 9:50 PM Whiting made a motion to adjourn the meeting. Motion seconded by Grunewaldt. All Ayes.
Elaine C. Hendrickson
Municipal Finance Officer
Published once at the approximate cost of $87.53.
1447739 Aug. 27, 2014
RESOLUTION # 14-05
A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY OF BALTIC TO LEVY A FRONT FOOT ASSESSMENT FOR ANNUAL MAINTENANCE OF STREET SURFACES AS PROVIDED FOR IN 9-43-138.
WHEREAS SDCL 9-43-138 provides for an annual levy by the governing body of a special maintenance fee for the purpose of maintaining or repairing public improvements, that are maintained by the municipality;
WHEREAS the City of Baltic maintains and repairs street surfaces on it's streets within the city limits;
NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the assessment of annual maintenance of street surfaces shall be levied as follows:
1. Designation of lots to be assessed. Pursuant to SDCL 9-43-138, all lots in the City of Baltic fronting a street shall be assessed on the front foot basis.
2. Amount of Assessment. There shall be levied upon all lots fronting a street $.50 cents per front foot. Front foot means the actual front foot of the premises as established by the buildings thereon, record title and use of the property regardless of the original plat.
3. Assessment. The City Finance Officer is directed to add such assessment to the general assessment against the property and certify the assessment together with the regular assessment to the county auditor to be collected as municipal taxes for general purposes.
4. Assessment subject to review. The assessment is subject to review and equalization the same as assessments or taxes for general purposes.
Elaine C. Hendrickson
ADOPTED: 12 August 2014
Published once at the total approximate cost of $29.86.
1447657 Aug. 27, 2014
The City of Baltic
WHEREAS, the United States of America and the State of South Dakota have authorized the making of grants from the Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF) to public bodies to aid in financing the acquisition and/or construction of specific public outdoor recreation projects;
NOW, THERFOREFORE BE IT RESOLVED:
1. That Ryan Fods is hereby authorized to execute and file an application on behalf of the City of Baltic with the National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior, through the State of South Dakota, Department of Game, Fish and Parks, Division of Parks and Recreation, for an LWCF grant to aid in financing Baltic Heights Comfort Facility for the City of Baltic South Dakota and its Environs.
2. That Ryan Fods Maintenance/Administrative Assistant is hereby authorized and directed to furnish such information as the above mentioned federal and/or state agencies may reasonably request in connection with the application which is hereby authorized to be filed.
3. That the City of Baltic shall provide a minimum of 50% of the total cost of the project; and will assume all responsibility in the operation and maintenance of the project upon completion of construction, for the reasonable life expectancy of the facility.
Adopted this 12th day of August, 2014.
ATTEST: Elaine C. Hendrickson
Mike Wendland, Mayor
Published once at the total approximate cost of $26.88.
1447656 Aug. 27, 2014
Notice to Burk Township Residents
South Dakota statute - 31-31-1 states that the township road right-of-way is to remain free of obstructions. The right-of-way of township roads extends thirtythree (33) feet from the center line of each road.
Trees, brush and debris present a potential safety hazard to the traveling public all year round should anyone go off the road into the ditch. Ditches are by their origin and use an area of the right-of-way which are to be free of all obstructions should anyone go off the road. Trees should be removed to ground level.
Burk Township will strictly enforce the tree and debris removal effort this year. We request this work be done as soon as possible, but no later than October 1, 2014. If this work is not completed, South Dakota law authorizes the Township Board to employ a person or persons to remove the trees, brush and debris and charge the expense back against the landowners as taxes on the property.
Burk Township Board of
Published twice at the total approximate cost of $30.55.
1447432 Aug. 27 & Sept. 3, 2014
ORDER FOR AND
NOTICE OF HEARING
STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA)
COUNTY OF MINNEHAHA)
IN CIRCUIT COURT
SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN THE MATTER OF THE
PETITION FOR CHANGE OF NAME OF
CHALTU FEYISSA DINSSA,
Notice is hereby given that Chaltu Feyissa Dinssa has filed a Petition for Change of Name with the above-entitled Court. A hearing on said Petition is scheduled for 11 o'clock a.m. on the 16th day of September 2014, at the Minnehaha County Courthouse, Sioux Falls, South Dakota, at which time any interested party may appear and object. The Petition is on file with the Clerk of Courts for Minnehaha County and is hereby referred to for further particulars. Petitioner desire to change her name from Chaltu Feyissa Dinssa to Melknesh Tsegaye Dajane.
Dated this 4th day of August 2014.
BY THE COURT:
Angelia M. Gries, Clerk of Courts
By: /s/ _______________
Aug. 13, 20, 27 &
1446611 Sept. 3, 2014
Notice of Application for Executive Clemency
Arthur Lowell Hansen, Jr. who was sentenced from Minnehaha County, the 21st day of May, 1990 to serve 2 years in the South Dakota State Penitentiary with 2 years suspended with 180 days in jail, a fine and costs, and four years' probation for the crime of Intentional Damage to Property, and who was sentenced from Minnehaha County, the 21st day of May, 1990 to serve 10 years in the South Dakota State Penitentiary with 10 years suspended with 180 days in jail, a fine and costs, and four years' probation for the crime of Aggravated Assault has applied to the South Dakota Board of Pardons and Paroles for a pardon.
1446887 Aug. 13, 20 & 27, 2014
Dell Rapids Township: Owners and tenants of property in Dell Rapids Township are required to mow road ditched before Sept. 15, 2014. Those road ditches not clear of grass, weeds and brush by Sept. 15, 2014, may be mowed by Dell Rapids Township at a rate of $200 per one mower swath per one side, per one mile, or cleared for a clearance fee and assessed at the owners' property taxes.
Owners and tenants are not allowed to fence or place any landscaping materials in the township road right of way. This resolution was adopted at the annual Dell Rapids Township meeting 2014.
Any owner or renters who wish to tile across any Dell Rapids Township road must receive permission from two township supervisors to cross the road. Gravel needs to be replaced per supervisors' discretions with repairs to the road to the satisfaction of the township board of supervisors. This policy is retroactive to January 1, 2008.
Dell Rapids Township
Board of Supervisors
Published twice at the total approximate cost of $29.95.
1447318 Aug. 20 & 27, 2014
MINUTES OF DELL RAPIDS PLANNING COMMISSION
Tuesday, August 12th, 2014 -
The regular meeting of the Dell Rapids Planning Commission was held at City Council Chamber on Tuesday, August 12th, 2014 with the following members present: Chairman Roger Dearduff, Bob Lamberty, Tom Schwebach, Paul Zweifel. Absent; Rod Pierson
Chairman Roger Deerduff called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m.
I. Motion by Lamberty second by Schwebach to approve the June 24th, 2014, Planning Commission Minutes. Upon voice vote all members present voted aye. Motion carried.
II. Visitors to Be Heard: No visitors were present to be heard.
III. Public Hearing - Re-Zone Request -Lots 15, 16 and 17 Block 6 of Timber Ridge Addition From NRC: Natural Resource Conservation to R-1: Motion by Schwebach Second by Dearduff to recommend to the City Council approval of the Re-Zone of Timber Ridge Addition Lots 15, 16 and 17 Block 6 to be re-zoned from NRC: Natural Resource Conservation District to R-1: Single Family Residential District. Upon Voice Vote all members present voted aye. Motion Carried.
Motion by Schwebach to adjourn. Seconded by Zweifel. Chairman Dearduff declared the meeting adjourned at 7:10 p.m.
Published once in the Dell Rapids Tribune at the approximate cost of $24.48.
1447658 Aug. 27, 2014
CITY COUNCIL MINUTES
Monday, August 18, 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 (via Skype), Lee Burggraff, Mark Crisp, Mike Geraets, Paul Miles and President David Sommerfeld.
Absent: Gary Haak, Vice President Craig Lauritzen.
Staff Present: Administrator, Justin Weiland and Finance Officer, LeAnn Kerzman. City Attorney Dean Hammer was present.
Pledge of Allegiance was recited.
Approval of Agenda: Sommerfeld moved to approve the agenda. Motion seconded by Burggraff. Motion carried.
Approval of Minutes: Sommerfeld moved to approve the minutes of the regular meeting held on August 4, 2014. Miles seconded. Motion carried.
Claims Approved: Burggraff moved to approve the claims as presented. Second by Miles. Motion carried.
Adapco, mosquito chemical 3967.14; Argus Leader, publishing 349.76; Beal Distributing, malt 33,430.65; Brobjorg, Hunter, refund 30.17; Bunkers Oil, fuel 1604.50; City of Dell Rapids, transfer to Library Building Fund 360,000.00; City of Sioux Falls, appliance disposal 91.08; Dakota Beverage, malt 30,235.15; Dakota Care, insurance 8008.46; Dell Rapids Ace, supply 558.64; Dell Rapids Coop Grain, chemical 526.25; Dell Rapids Lumber Company, supply 17.96; Dell Rapids Senior Citizen Center, annual support 2500.00; Dell Rapids Volunteer Fire Department, annual support 41,484.00; Dells Electric, repair 310.02; Dells Farm & Tire, repair 82.00; Dells Materials, supply 392.00; Dells Investment Group, 2nd lift asphalt on 12th St by detention pond 10,000.00; EFTPS, payroll liabilities 7481.44; Garbage N More, utility 75.00; Global Distributing, malt 205.05; Graybar, bulbs 479.52; Gruis, Karla, maintenance 442.00; Johnson Brothers Famous Brands, liquor 9092.13; Lewis Drug, notebooks 2.58; Linweld, rental 36.27; Malloy, tooling 37.10; Minnehaha County Sheriff, 3rd quarter 60,162.60; Roemen's Automotive, supply 191.95; SD State Treasurer, lottery/sales tax 2171.88; SDRS, supplemental retirement 200.00; Verizon Wireless, telecommunications 93.08; Vogt, Brown, Merry & Hammer, retainer 1900.00; Xcel Energy, electricity/ street lighting 5615.94.
Added or Increased Salaries: General Government: Kerzman, LeAnn, Finance Officer duties after resignation of $50.00 per hour; Library: Brandner, Sherry replaces full-time position of Megan Rodgers with a wage change from $8.00 per hour to $11.50 per hour; Webb, Judi review increase of 9.5% from 8.22 per hour to 9.00 per hour.
Resolutions & Ordinances - Ordinance #807 - Rezone Lots 15, 16 & 17 of Block 6 of Timber Ridge Addition, First Reading: Public Hearing was held to consider the rezone of Lots 15, 16 and 17 of Block 6 of Timber Ridge Addition from NRC, Natural Resource Conservation, to R-1, Single Family Residential. Weiland stated the action of the Planning Commission was to approve. Sommerfeld moved to approve. Geraets seconded. Burggraff and Crisp abstained. Motion carried.
Visitors to be Heard: None.
Proposed Special Assessment Roll for Nuisance Abatement - Set Hearing: A proposed special assessment roll was presented to the council for their consideration regarding nuisance abatement and uncollected utility. Burggraff moved to adopt the roll and set the public hearing for September 15, 2014. Geraets seconded. Motion carried.
Budget Requests: The council heard from interested non-profit groups that were requesting assistance from the city for their organizations. No actions taken.
Fire Department - Requested a 5% increase from $41,484 to $43,558.
Dell Rapids Ambulance - Ryan Sittig remain unchanged in the amount of $40,000.
Dell Rapids Chamber of Commerce - Dan Ahlers requested an increase from $12,000 to $15,000.
Haven - Jessica Ostwald requested remain unchanged at $6,600.
Dell Rapids Economic Development Corporation - No request received but within the proposed budget for $35,400 from the Gross Receipts Fund and $10,600 from the General Fund.
Dell Rapids Society for Historic Preservation - No request received but within the proposed budget unchanged at $2,000.
Senior Citizen Center - No request received and within the budget unchanged from last year at $2,500.
Personnel - Resignation: Weiland informed the council of the resignation of LeAnn Kerzman to be effective September 1, 2014. Mrs. Kerzman has been employed with the City of Dell Rapids since 2009. Job description shared with the council and position advertised. Miles moved to accept her resignation. Burggraff seconded. Motion carried.
Appoint Interim Finance Officer - Due to the nature of the position, an interim Finance Officer is necessary for the countersigning of documents while in transition. Burggraff moved to appoint Justin Weiland as interim Finance Officer. Sommerfeld seconded. Motion carried.
Part-time Appointment: Kerzman has agreed to assist with the continued duties of the position while the city is in transition. Crisp moved to approve the hiring of LeAnn Kerzman to perform the duties of the position at a rate of $50.00 per hour. Geraets seconded. Motion carried.
Personnel - Library: Weiland stated that Library has requested a change within personnel positions due to the planned change in personnel at the end of September. Megan Rodgers has stated her intention to leave her position with the Library. Moeller requested the full-time position be offered at that time to Sherry Brandner. Also recommended review increase for Judi Webb from $8.22 per hour to $9.00 per hour. Sommerfeld moved to approve both as stated. Miles seconded. Motion carried.
Streets - Traffic Count Data: Trent Bruce of DGR presented traffic count data from four separate locations to provide information to the council regarding our most traveled roadways. The truck route was the most traveled of any route tested.
Claims Approved for Payment by Other Municipal Boards: Library Board: Advanced Systems Inc, copier contract 22.65; Book Systems, annual support 695.00; Ingram Library Services, 17 books 346.95; SD Library Network, user fee 675.00; Short Elliott Hendrickson, engineering 3647.68; Video Plus, 16 DVD's/maint 177.96.
City Administrators Report - Weiland reported on the following:
• Policy & Procedures committee has two issues to bring to the council and will be presented at the September 2nd meeting.
• The Dell Rapids Carnegie Library is the recipient of a Deadwood grant in the amount of $6,663 for the improvements to the library for the intent of the windows.
• SE Sanitary Sewer Extension has completed blasting until they return for Beach Ave. Lift Station is set and equipment is planned for September.
• Garfield Avenue Bridge south abutment is nearly complete and coffer dam installed for the north.
• Special Meeting of the City Council to be held on Tuesday, August 19 at 7 p.m. for budget discussion.
• Regular council meeting in September falls on Labor Day and will therefore be held on Tuesday, September 2 at 7:30 p.m.
• SD Municipal League conference will be held in Spearfish on October 7-10. The council is invited to attend for educational sessions and networking with other South Dakota communities.
Executive Session - Sommerfeld moved to adjourn to executive session. Burggraff seconded. Motion carried. The council adjourned to executive session at 8:23 p.m. for the purpose of contract discussion pursuant to SDCL 1-25-2. The council returned from executive session at 8:33 p.m.
Burggraff moved to adjourn. Miles seconded. Council adjourned at 8:33 p.m.
Published once at the total approximate cost of $82.42.
1447563 Aug. 27, 2014
CIV. NO. 14-1769
NOTICE OF HEARING FOR NAME CHANGE
STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA)
COUNTY OF MINNEHAHA)
IN CIRCUIT COURT
SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN THE MATTER OF THE
APPLICATION FOR NAME CHANGE OF MORGAN MARIE DORNBERGER TO MORGAN MARIE GAGE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a Verified Petition for Name Change has been filed by Morgan Marie Dornberger, and her legal guardian, the South Dakota Department of Human Services, the object of which is to change Morgan Marie Dornberger's name from Morgan Marie Dornberger to to Morgan Marie Gage. On the 9th day of September, 2014, at the hour of 11:00 a.m., said Verified Petition will be heard by the Court in a Court Room in the Minnehaha County Courthouse, 425 N. Dakota Ave., City of Sioux Falls, Minnehaha County, South Dakota, or as soon thereafter as is convenient for the Court. Any interested party may come and appear at that time and place and show reasons, if any, why said name should not be changed as requested.
DATED this 24th day of July, 2014.
LYNN, JACKSON, SHULTZ & LEBRUN, P.C.
By: /s/ Jon Sogn
110 N. Minnesota Ave., Suite 400
P.O. Box 2700
Sioux Falls, SD 57101-2700
Attorneys for Petitioners
Aug. 13, 20, 27 &
1446886 Sept. 3, 2014
M I N U T E S
Metro Management Council
Wednesday, Apr. 30, 2014
3:30 PM - 5:00 PM
County Admin Building
415 N Dakota Ave
Members Present: Mayor Mike Huether, Councilman Greg Jamison, Councilman Jim Entenman, Commissioner Gerald Beninga, Commissioner Dick Kelly Attendees: Keith Allenstein, Ryan Cwach, Jen Disburg, Jared Hoffman, Kersten Kappmeyer, Councilman-elect Rick Kiley, Daren Ketcham, Dr. Jeff Luther, Galen Smidt, Jim Sideras
1. Approval of Agenda
Motion made by Commissioner Kelly, seconded by Councilman Entenman to approve the agenda. Motion carried.
2. Approval of Minutes
Motion made by Councilman Greg Jamison, seconded by Commissioner Dick Kelly to approve the minutes of the meeting dated February 26, 2014. Motion carried.
3. Presentation of Operations Report
Director Daren Ketcham provided an example of the new reports that will be presented for the council in future meetings. He explained the report will include nationally recognized performance standards Metro Communications can measure themselves against. Metro Communications is currently looking at the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) standards to use as benchmarks.
4. Presentation of 2013 Audit
Director Daren Ketcham presented the audit report from Eide Bailly, reflecting no concerns. He advised he felt the audit is a testimony to the financial strength of the agency.
Mayor Huether commended Ketcham and his team for the work they've done in this area.
Motion made by Councilman Jamison, seconded by Councilman Entenman, to approve the 2013 audit. Motion carried.
5. Presentation of Financial Statements for January - March 2014, including payroll, monthly overtime report and expenditures
Director Daren Ketcham presented the monthly financial statements and overtime reports for January - March 2014.
Ketcham reported the agency has more cash on hand due to the City paying their portion in advance. He explained Personnel expenses are higher due to a long term employee retirement and also pointed out revenue is reflecting 45 days behind. Ketcham advised there were no concerns and felt things were going well. He stated there were no issues meeting budget.
Overtime was presented and Ketcham explain the numbers are higher due to the number of paid holidays in the first few months of the year. He also brought attention to the detailed overtime report and advised comparison of current to previous years illustrates an increase of 300 hours. Ketcham explained this was part due to an employee that had been out on FMLA and partially due to vacancies. He advised he felt this would start to balance out again as four recruits have completed training and one employee has returned from FMLA leave.
Motion made by Councilman Entenman, seconded by Councilman Jamison, to approve the financial statements as presented. Motion carried.
Commissioner Beninga arrived at 3:40
6. Presentation of 2015 Budget
Director Daren Ketcham presented the 2015 budget and advised he had been conservative and estimated a 1% increase to 911 surcharge revenue based on historical and statistical data.
He explained the personnel expenses reflected the greatest increase and included the addition of 3 FTE that had been discussed during Strategic Planning. The additional personnel will increase minimum staffing on the morning shift from 7 to 8. Ketcham explained the importance of increased staffing to accommodate the call volume and responder activity during the shift. Statistical data regarding the number of calls handled per hour was shared with the Council. Ketcham explained with the approved increase of the 3 FTE, the actual net increase in FTE over the past 6 years would still only be -1. This is because of the positions that were eliminated during economic hardship that were never re-filled. Daren also explained the importance of shifting the working hours of the agency to ensure resources and demand are matched appropriately.
Ketcham stated the budget reflects a projected growth of 10% for insurance benefits and operations decreased by $3.00 from 2014. He stated this was due to cutting costs and reduced fees for new maintenance agreements.
Ketcham explained the Agency would notice a 1st time expense in Capital due to the phone system that must be replaced. Ketcham advised he couldn't say for sure if the new phone system would be stand alone or include seats on the statewide NG911 system, but it is more likely to be on the statewide system. He advised we are still waiting to see what happens with the State's proposal.
Cash flow was discussed and Ketcham pointed the agency's cash position is strong due to 911 surcharge receipts and the agency's conservative efforts with the budget.
Mayor Huether commented on decreasing cash levels in future years and Ketcham explained it was partially due to the phone system, potential fire protocol costs, and the fact that the 911 surcharge is scheduled to sunset in 2018. Ketcham stated more than likely our government entities would need to re-address the 911 surcharge prior to the 2018 sunset. He also reiterated that only the 2015 budgeted costs were being approved for today and future years are for planning purposes only.
Mayor Huether explained the importance of the board working together to ensure the surcharge was readdressed before the sunset occurred.
Motion made by Councilman Jamison, seconded by Commissioner Kelly, to approve the 2015 budget as presented. Motion carried.
7. Director's Report
Ketcham thanked those who attended the Metro Communications Open House in honor of National Public Safety Telecommunications Week. He also recognized the Employee of the Year, Chad Dykstra and the Supervisor of the Year, Jesseca Mundahl.
An expression of gratitude was given to the outgoing council members, Councilman Jamison and Councilman Entenman.
Ketcham brought recognition to the medical oversight in our community and explained there are only 6 cities in the United States, including Sioux Falls that have an accredited ambulance service, fire department and 911 center.
Ketcham requested the Council approve the 3 FTE to be hired to start training in June to allow them to be trained and ready to begin working in the 911 Center by January 2015. Ketcham explained he felt confident the cost to bring the 3 FTE on board now could be absorbed through the 2014 budget. This is due to an unexpected decrease in insurance cost, providing the agency with an estimated $47,000 savings. The Metro Council would support hiring the 2015 personnel now with the understanding if the County Commission or City Council were not in favor of the decision in August; the 3 FTE would be laid off. Councilman Jamison urged the approval and commended Ketcham for his preparation and the way he runs the department.
Motion made by Commissioner Kelly, seconded by Councilman Jamison, to approve the 3 FTE budgeted for in 2015 to be hired in 2014. Motion carried.
8. Executive Session - Contractual
Motion by Commissioner Kelly, seconded by Councilman Jamison, to adjourn the regular meeting and enter into executive session for the purpose of contract updates. Motion carried at 4:27 p.m. The executive session ended and the meeting was officially adjourned at 5:00 p.m.
Published once at the total approximate cost of $74.30.
1447662-02 Aug. 27, 2014
NOTICE TO BIDDERS
Sealed bids for the Minnehaha County Facilities Department shall be received at the Office of the County Auditor, 415 N Dakota Avenue, Sioux Falls, South Dakota, until 10:30 AM., on the 10th day of September, 2014 at which time all bids will be publicly opened and read by representatives of the Minnehaha County Commission. Bids will be for the following:
Shingle replacement on the
building located at 1401 W 51st Street, Sioux Falls SD
All proposals shall be made in accordance with forms and specifications detailed in the bid specifications. The bid specifications can be obtained by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Please provide contact information and your company name when requesting the bid specifications.
The proposal guaranty required which must accompany each proposal is certified check, cashier's check, or a bank draft, issued upon a national or state bank domiciled with this state, in the amount equal to five percent (5%) of the amount bid and payable to the Minnehaha County Treasurer. A ten percent (10%) bid bond is acceptable.
The Board of County Commissioners reserves the right to reject any or all bids.
Minority business enterprises will be afforded full opportunity to submit bids in response to this invitation to bidders and will not be discriminated against on the grounds of race, color, or national origin in consideration of an award.
By virtue of statutory authority, preference will be given to material, products, and supplies found or procured within the State of South Dakota. A resident bidder is allowed a preference as against the bid of any bidder from any other state enforcing or having a preference.
Robert Litz, County Auditor
Published at the approximate cost of $17.73.
1447712 Aug. 27, 2014
THE MINNEHAHA COUNTY COMMISSION CONVENED AT 9:00 A.M. August 19, 2014 pursuant to adjournment on August 12, 2014. Commissioners present were: Barth, Beninga, Heiberger, Kelly, and Pekas. Also present were Cindy Jepsen, Commission Recorder, and Kersten Kappmeyer, Chief Civil Deputy State's Attorney.
Chairman Heiberger called the meeting to order.
MOTION by Pekas, seconded by Beninga, to approve the agenda. 5 ayes.
MOTION by Pekas, seconded by Barth, to approve the August 12, 2014 Commission Minutes. 5 ayes.
VOUCHERS TO BE PAID
MOTION by Pekas, seconded by Barth, to approve the following bills in the amount of $631,507.51. 5 ayes.
A & B Business Equip Lease-Rental 275.73, A To Z World Languag Interpreters 1,140.00, Aberdeen Police Dept Education & T 175.00, Advertising Arts Inc Printing/Form 530.00, Airway Service Inc Automotive/Sm 3,972.39, Airway Service Inc Gas,Oil,Diese 54.82, Amer Assoc Of Police Memberships 25.00, American Engineering Architects & 1,386.75, Amiotte Law Pc Attorney Fees 394.69, Andersen, Norma Bd Exp. Fees 15.00, Anesthesia Physician Physicians 144.00, Arena Motel Co. Welfare 700.00, Argus Leader Adver Advertising 536.00, Argus Leader Adver Publishing Fe 6,891.00, Auto Body Specialtie Bridge Repair 31.44, Automatic Building C VOA Dakotas 435.00, Avera Health Informa Clinics Aux 35.10, Avera Health Informa Medical Recor 15.00, Avera Health Plans Expenditures 1,724.76, Avera McKennan Hospi Blood Withdra 210.00, Avera McKennan Hospi Hospitals 3,058.00, Avera McKennan Hospi Other Profess 2,102.50, BI Inc Program Suppl 2,990.00, BI Properties Llc Welfare Rent 700.00, Billion's Automotive/ Sm 175.89, Boyer Trucks Sioux F Truck Repair 345.86, Bridgewood SD Inv II Welfare Rent 600.00, Brown & Saenger Office Suppli 485.76, Bultje, Erwin Welfare Rent 700.00, Campbell Supply Co I Automotive/Sm 39.99, Campbell Supply Co I Bridge Repair 45.93, Campbell Supply Co I Road Maint. & 58.28, Carlson, Lisa Court Reporte 68.00, CBM Managed Services Board Of Pris 9,441.66, CBM Managed Services Child Care Fo 4,717.53, Century Business Lea Lease-Rental 359.59, Century Business Pro Lease-Rental 80.35, Century Business Pro Office Suppli 329.65, Century Business Pro Printing/Form 6.71, Centurylink Data Communic 1,257.28, Centurylink Telephone 1,885.34, Certified Languages Interpreters 160.05, Civil Design Inc Architects & 9,051.50, Cliff Avenue Auto Pa Automotive/Sm 18.60, Cody, Denise Bd Exp. Fees 90.00, Colton Lumber Co Inc New Bldg. & S 14,600.00, Conklin Manor Llc Welfare Rent 315.00, Constellation New En Electricity 7,070.52, County Wide Director Books 126.00, Culligan Water Condi Other Miscell 37.50, Dakota Data Shred Other Profess 136.97, Daybreak/T & H Conve Gas,Oil,Diese 88.50, Decastro Law Office, Attorney Fees 3,651.05, Dedula, Carla F Court Reporte 1,751.40, Deer Hollow Ltd Ptnr Welfare Rent 340.00, Directv Subscriptions 793.88, Duffy, Ryan Attorney Fees 1,374.85, Dust Tex Service Inc Maintenance C 22.56, Dynamic Services Llc Welfare Rent 500.00, Ebert's Properties, Motels 1,105.00, Ecowater Coy Burk Jail Repairs 205.00, EH Hospitality Llc Motels 1,770.00, Ekeren, Marvin R. Bd Exp. Fees 15.00, Etek Llc Dba Garfiel Welfare Rent 450.00, Evans, Jerald L Welfare Rent 650.00, Family Service Inc Expenditures 65.00, Fastenal Company Small Tools, 37.23, Fluth, Rodney P Welfare Rent 700.00, Foxmoor Development Welfare Rent 500.00, Fremont Industries, Heat,Vent & A 223.70, Golden Creek Investo Welfare Rent 342.50, Graham Tire Co. Do Automotive/Sm 249.58, Graham, Brian/Leslie Welfare Rent 475.00, Grant Square Ltd Welfare Rent 972.00, Grapevine, Dan Uniform Allow 149.99, Green, Jack H Welfare Rent 500.00, Guzman, Sandra V. Interpreters 332.50, HAJ Inc Dba Motels 250.00, Haley, Danielle Other Misc. R 150.00, Harmelink,Fox & Ravn Attorney Fees 160.25, Healthport Clinics Aux 120.07, Healthport Medical Recor 73.94, Helseth, Ramona G. Office Suppli 37.88, Hewlett-Packard Comp Bd Exp. Fees 818.88, Hobby Lobby Stores I Program Activ 119.70, Hobby Lobby Stores I Store Invento 176.67, HOV Services Inc Microfilming 210.00, I State Truck Center Parts Invento 503.66, I State Truck Center Truck Repair 165.00, Indiana Bureau Of Mo Copy Fees 4.00, Interstate Office Pr Office Suppli 2,114.58, Intoximeters, Inc. Testing Suppl 4,000.00, Inventive Designers Maintenance C 4,495.06, ISI Llc Interpreters 740.00, ISS Facility Svcs-Mi Contract Serv 11,058.00, JCL Solutions-Janito Janitorial/Ch 166.59, Jim Bork Enterprises Printing/Form 297.00, Johnson, Delbert L. Welfare Rent 170.00, Johnson, Donald E Automotive/Sm 960.00, Kauffman, David W. P Psych Evals 3,151.50, Khoroosi, Sam Attorney Fees 321.90, Kittelson, Joan M Bd Exp. Fees 15.00, Koistra Harrisburg L Welfare Rent 640.00, Koletzky, Sherlyn Attorney Fees 189.80, Kone, Inc. Other Profess 57.16, Krueger Excavating, Parts Invento 9,780.00, Lacroix, Heather Attorney Fees 201.84, Language Line Servic Other Miscell 56.03, Language Line Servic Telephone 195.42, Larson, Jeff Attorney Fees 1,826.60, Laughlin, Nicole Attorney Fees 1,496.60, Laughlin, Nicole Child Defense 2,542.00, Leaf Inc. Office Suppli 141.54, Leaf Inc. Printing/Form 1.24, Lembcke-Shildhauer, Court Reporte 62.00, Lewis & Clark BHS Bd Evaluation 3,200.00, Lewno, Lucy Bd Exp. Fees 1,199.93, Lutheran Social Svcs Interpreters 412.50, Lyon County Engineer Road Maint. & 326.67, Mallard Cove Apts Welfare Rent 1,140.00, Marco Lease-Rental 170.00, Meadowbrook Apartmen Welfare Rent 1,000.00, Menards Park/Recreati 6.49, Mentele, Aaron/Jenni Welfare Rent 550.00, Metro Communications Clinics Aux 720.00, Metro Communications Other Miscell 24,204.59, Microfilm Imaging Sy Contract Serv 1,336.50, Microfilm Imaging Sy Furniture & O 230.00, Microfilm Imaging Sy Lease-Rental 400.00, Microfilm Imaging Sy Maintenance C 590.00, MidAmerican Energy C Natural Gas 1,102.56, MidAmerican Energy C Welfare Utili 259.68, MidContinent Communi Telephone 55.00, Midwest Alarm Compan Maintenance C 4,050.00, Midwest Residential Welfare Rent 1,200.00, Miller Funeral Home, Burials 1,000.00, Minn Cnty Human Svcs Other Supplie 135.00, Mishra, Thakur Interpreters 100.00, Mobile Electronic Se Communication 790.00, Mountain-Plains Muse Memberships 200.00, Multi-Cultural Cente Interpreters 453.75, Neve's Uniforms Uniform Allow 13,444.68, Nguyen, Lam Interpreters 200.00, Nies Properties Llc Welfare Rent 600.00, Norberg Paints Inc Building Repa 39.00, Northern Hgts Dev II Welfare Rent 710.00, Novak Sanitary Servi Tea-Ellis Ran 74.00, Novak Sanitary Servi Trash Removal 2,780.46, O'Reilly/First Call Small Tools, 60.60, Office Depot, Inc. Data Processi 54.99, Office Depot, Inc. Office Suppli 3.39, Palmer, Barbara Bd Evaluation 3,937.50, Pheasantland Ind-Gar Volunteer Per 396.00, Phillips, Joshua Education & T 61.00, Pietruszkiewicz, Les Welfare Rent 375.00, Platinum Properties Welfare Rent 700.00, Pollard & Larson Llp Attorney Fees 484.50, Print Right Printing Other Miscell 387.00, Quail Hollow Townhou Welfare Rent 700.00, Qualified Presort Se Postage 417.70, Quinn, Molly Business Trav 8.58, Record Keepers, Inc. Other Profess 265.24, Record Keepers, Inc. Records Stora 2,630.34, Red Rock Inn Motels 1,960.00, Redlin, Jim Dba Parts Invento 97.56, Redwood Estates Llc Welfare Rent 640.00, Rensberger, Ron Welfare Rent 1,000.00, Rods Properties Welfare Rent 700.00, Roxcar Llc Building Repa 186.00, Sachchidanand Hospit Motels 444.00, Salem, Calvin L Welfare Rent 350.00, Sanford Clinic Physicians 1,638.55, Sanford Clinic Finan Other Miscell 58.00, Sanford Hospital Hospitals 14,807.94, Sanford Hospital Lab Costs 5,068.30, Sanford Hospital Med Medical Recor 10.00, Schmuck, Jan Bd Exp. Fees 57.60, SD Attorney General Amts Held-Dai 9,230.00, SD Dept Of Public Sa Other Miscell 30.00, SD Dept Of Revenue Blood/Chemica 316.00, SD Dept Of Revenue Bulletin Boar 171.85, SD Dept Of Revenue Coroner Fee/T 1.70, SD Dept Of Revenue Fingerprint/T 238.44, SD Dept Of Revenue GIS Revenue 31.13, SD Dept Of Revenue Lab Costs 135.00, SD Dept Of Revenue Misc. Auditor 13.13, SD Dept Of Revenue Misc. Dir. Eq 28.05, SD Dept Of Revenue Misc. Informa 19.81, SD Dept Of Revenue Misc. Treasur 15.88, SD Dept Of Revenue Store Sales 185.51, SD Dept Of Transport Contracted Co 3,307.63, SD Emergency Managem Education & T 30.00, SD Emergency Managem Memberships 60.00, SD Planners Associat Education & T 160.00, SD Secretary Of State County Cemete 10.00, SDAAO Education & T 300.00, Segal Company Professional 60,000.00, Servall Towel & Line Janitorial/Ch 2.50, Servall Towel & Line Program Activ 52.89, SF Ambulance Rural Transportatio 750.00, SF Leased Housing As Welfare Rent 592.00, SF Specialty Hospita Recruitment 659.00, SHI International Co Data Processi 11,090.28, Shreves, Brian Attorney Fees 215.29, Siegel, Barnett, & S Child Defense 2,250.00, Sioux Falls City Fin Contract Serv 248,000.00, Sioux Falls Rubber S Office Suppli 18.00, Sioux Falls Utilitie Water Sewer 2,495.04, Sioux Falls Utilitie Welfare Utili 172.63, Sioux Falls Woman Ll Advertising 595.00, Solomon, Ghirmay Interpreters 50.00, St Francis House Other Profess 241.73, Stan Houston Equipme Coliseum Repa 310.00, Stenopat Ltd Inc Depositions 22.95, Stronghold Counselin Psych Evals 310.51, Strum, Steve A Welfare Rent 700.00, Sunshine Foods Welfare Food 44.21, Swanda, Karen Bd Exp. Fees 75.00, Swaney, Dawn County Cemete 110.00, Swier Law Firm Prof Attorney Fees 5,663.24, Szameit, Alexandra Interpreters 75.00, Tammen Oil Automotive/Sm 21.60, Tech, Debra Welfare Rent 700.00, Test Point Paramedic Blood Withdra 2,280.00, Thesenvitz & Mickels Attorney Fees 617.00, Thomson Reuters We Books 483.70, Thomson Reuters We Legal Researc 1,553.40, Thomson Reuters We Subscriptions 100.75, Thorin, Deyanira T Interpreters 642.48, Tires,Tires,Tires In Automotive/Sm 99.98, Tires,Tires,Tires In Gas,Oil,Diese 85.71, Tires,Tires,Tires In HIDTA Grant 462.76, Trana, John Business Trav 31.82, Trane Heat,Vent & A 1,088.56, True North Steel Pipe & Culver 14,760.00, Ultramax Ammunition 3,365.00, United Parcel Servic Postage 1.10, Vash Properties Welfare Rent 500.00, Verizon Wireless Safety & Resc 80.02, Verizon Wireless Telephone 247.12, VOA Dakotas Pettig Welfare Rent 514.00, Wal-Mart Pharmacy Pharmacies 24.41, Wall Lake Sanitary D Water Sewer 70.00, Waltner, Kolbeck, Sc Attorney Fees 147.90, Waste Management Of Trash Removal 367.31, Weerheim, Tom Attorney Fees 600.00, Westport Apts/Westpo Welfare Rent 700.00, Westwick Motel, Inc. Motels 240.00, Wheelco Brake & Supp Truck Repair 353.97, Winner Police Depart Extradition & 69.39, Xcel Energy, Inc. Electricity 1,483.29, Xcel Energy, Inc. Road Maint. & 25.25, Xcel Energy, Inc. Welfare Utili 2,616.08, Yankton County Sheri Return Of Ser 200.00, Yankton County Treas Attorney Fees 2,045.25, Zee Medical Service Office Suppli 55.80, Zep Manufacturing Co Janitorial/Ch 407.04, Zimmer, Duncan & Col Attorney Fees 1,026.03
MOTION by Beninga, seconded by Kelly, to approve the following personnel changes. 5 ayes.
1. To hire Seth Hodges and Tanner Cornay as Deputy Sheriff (16/2) for the Sheriff's Office at $20.25/hour effective 8/25/14.
2. To hire Joseph Palleschi, Amanda Lind, Sharrell Logue, and Traci Longenbarger as Corrections System Operators (9/1) for the Jail at $13.98/hour effective 8/25/14.
3. To correct the memo dated 8/5/14 which should have reflected an end date of 8/7/14 as opposed to 8/10/14 for Patrick Bumann, Correctional Officer in Training for the Jail.
4. To promote Catherine Schlimgen from Deputy Public Defender (21/2) to Senior Deputy Public Defender (22/1) for the Public Defender's Office at $2,232.80/bi-weekly effective 8/7/14.
5. To end the temporary, part-time employment of Marie Lukkes as Spray Truck Operator for the Highway Department effective 8/14/14.
6. To end the temporary, part-time employment of Tyler Hurley as Shop Technician for the Highway Department effective 8/21/14.
7. To end the temporary, part-time employment of Christian Luke as Laborer for the Highway Department effective 8/7/14.
8. To end the temporary, part-time employment of Trevor Arrowsmith, Sulliman Al-Ostaz, and Shane Granum Laborers for the Highway Department effective 8/14/14.
9. To end the temporary, part-time employment of Tanner Wilson as Laborer for the Highway Department effective 8/21/14.
10. To end the temporary, part-time employment of Kenneth Pospischil as Clerical Worker for the Highway Department effective 8/21/14.
Step Increases Due
1. Heidi Jerke - GIS Coordinator - Planning - 19/10 to 19/11 - 8/23/14 - $29.32/hour
2. Patricia Neavill - Appraiser - Equalization - 15/4 to 15/5 - 8/10/14 - $20.75/hour
3. Travis Urban - Bridge Maintenance Team Member - Highway - 12/12 to 12/13 - 8/5/14 - $21.80/hour
4. Jeremy Loftesness - Juvenile Correctional Worker - Juvenile Detention Center - 9/5 to 9/6 - 8/11/14 - $15.82/hour
MOTION by Beninga, seconded by Pekas, to reclassify a vacant Juvenile Correction Officer I Position to a Community Supervision Monitor. 5 ayes.
MOTION by Pekas, seconded by Beninga, to approve abatement of 2013 property taxes for RDID 80023 in the amount of $1,271.58 representing owner occupied status. 5 ayes.
MOTION by Pekas, seconded by Kelly, to approve abatement of 2013 property taxes for RDID 33056 in the amount of $649.57 representing the Elderly Assessment Freeze. 5 ayes.
MOTION by Pekas, seconded by Barth, to authorize the Auditor to publish a Notice to Bidders for shingle replacement and other roofing repairs at the county owned facility at 1401 W. 51st Street, Sioux Falls, SD. 5 ayes.
Notice was received from the East Dakota Water Development District of a Regular Board of Directors Meeting on Friday, August 22, 2014 at 10:45 a.m., at the Buffalo Ridge Resort/Business Center, 1312 Coteau St., Gary, SD.
Commissioner Pekas gave a briefing on a petition for compromise of lien for DPNO 58398 in the amount of $3,822.66. The applicant is requesting a compromise and release of the lien in full upon payment of $1,000. $296 of the lien is for Public Defender services in 2005. The remaining portion of the lien is associated with a neglect and abuse case in 2011 involving the applicant's minor child. The applicant states he was incarcerated when the incident occurred. A Public Advocate was hired to represent his minor child resulting in a fee of $1,582. A Court Appointed Attorney represented the applicant as the father of the child involved, resulting in a fee of $1,944.06. The applicant has been out of prison for four years, works full time, and is hoping to purchase a home in the future. His current annual income is $38,000. He lists assets totaling $1,078 that include a 2000 GMC Jimmy and $78 in a bank account. His liabilities consist of monthly expenses of $750 rent, $550 for insurance, car and medical bills, and other obligations for $80 a month. MOTION by Pekas, seconded by Barth, to approve Resolution MC14-49. 5 ayes.
WHEREAS, a County Aid Lien in the amount of $3,822.66 purports to exist in favor of Minnehaha County and against DPNO 58398 as Lienee, and
WHEREAS, said lienee has filed an application with the County Auditor stating such facts as provided for by Law,
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that after due consideration of the circumstances the Board of County Commissioners finds it advisable and proper to authorize the Chairman of the County Board and the County Auditor to execute the following:
Compromise and release the lien in full upon payment of $1,311.33.
If payment is not made within one year from approval, this agreement is null and void.
Dated at Sioux Falls, South Dakota, this 19th day of August, 2014.
Deputy County Auditor
Kevin Hoekman, Planner, was present for the public hearing and gave a briefing on a public nuisance violation on property owned by Courtesy Investments, LLC, legally described as Tract 14 Preston Place Addition, Section 27-T101N-R48W. During an inspection of the site, staff found grass and weeds approximately six feet in height. Two attempts were made to contact the Courtesy Investments, LLC at the corporation's registered address. The letters were attempted to be delivered but returned to the county. An alternate address was provided by the State's Attorney's Office, and a letter was sent with a deadline for bringing the property into compliance. No reply was received. Due to no response from the property owners, the Planning and Zoning Department and State's Attorney Office believe the only recourse is to declare the property a Public Nuisance to allow Minnehaha County to remove the violations from the property. Mr. Hoekman stated that Ralph Hammer, Weed Board Supervisor, visited the site and reported that the weeds are mostly clover. Scott Anderson, Planning & Zoning Director stated that the property is zoned A-1 Agriculture but is classified as a residential lot because it is part of a subdivision. Mr. Anderson stated that there are many other subdivisions in the county that are also zoned agriculture. Robert Litz, Auditor, stated this property was purchased at the 2010 tax deed sale and that the taxes are current on the property. MOTION by Pekas, seconded by Beninga, to deny the declaration of a Public Nuisance at property legally described as Tract 14 Preston Place Addition, Section 27-T101N-R48W. Commissioner Barth stated he feels it is a nuisance and that the county should have it abated. Chairman Heiberger stated that the property is zoned A-1 Agriculture and doesn't see it being a problem. Commissioner Pekas stated that the property is a field of clover and zoned A-1, therefore he is reluctant to declare it a nuisance. Commissioner Kelly stated that it is clearly a residential lot and thinks it should be declared a nuisance. VOTE on motion, 3 ayes, Kelly and Barth voted nay. Motion carries.
(Deferred from May 20, 2014) Scott Anderson, Planning & Zoning Director, gave a briefing on an appeal filed by Robert Schulte of a decision of the Minnehaha County Planning Commission to approve Conditional Use Permit (CUP) #14-04, to allow a bulk fuel storage facility for Hartford Farmers Elevator on property legally described as Lot 1 Brower's 2nd Addition, SW 1/4 Section 27-T102N-R51W. A public hearing was held at the May 20, 2014 County Commission meeting. The Commission deferred action for 3 months to allow the applicant time to address road concerns in the Brower Subdivision. Commissioner Pekas stated that Gary and Gloria Krier, who filed a grievance against CUP #14-04, are related to him through his wife. The Kriers have not contacted him on this matter and Mr. Pekas sees no conflict. Scott Anderson stated that there is an established Road District for this development that should provide service for maintaining, improving, and developing roads. MOTION by Kelly, seconded by Barth, to deny Conditional Use Permit #14-04. Commissioner Kelly stated that the County has an obligation to make sure there is adequate access to a facility and feels the road problems should be solved before the permit is approved. Monte Schraeder, General Manager of the Hartford Farmers Elevator, stated that the Road District should be doing their job and encourages more people in the development to be involved. Kersten Kappmeyer, Chief Civil Deputy State's Attorney, asked Mr. Schraeder if there has been any progress in the on-going litigation to resolve some of the Road District questions. Mr. Schraeder stated that he is not aware of any ruling on the matter. Commissioner Kelly stated he would like some assurance that the road will get repaired before he would support approval of the permit. VOTE on motion, 1 aye, Pekas, Beninga, Barth, and Heiberger voted nay. Motion fails. MOTION by Beninga, seconded by Pekas, to approve Conditional Use Permit #14-04. VOTE on motion, 4 ayes, Kelly voted nay. Motion carries.
Patti Brooks, Executive Director of the Compass Center, gave a presentation on the programs and services that the Compass Center is providing to victims and offenders of sexual and domestic violence. Ms. Brooks reported on new Federal and State legislation that is causing an increase in the number of individuals the Compass Center is servicing. The Compass Center is currently working with the Department of Corrections, Juvenile Department of Corrections, McCrossan's Boys Ranch, Lutheran Social Services, Volunteers of America Dakotas, Glory House, and possibly the Jail and others who are required to meet the Federal mandates. The Compass Center also helps with victims involved in human trafficking. Kurt Brost, Board President of the Compass Center, spoke on funding challenges and thanks the Commission for their continued support. Ms. Brooks reported that for the third straight year in a row the State of South Dakota has cut grant funding to the Compass Center that totals $136,600. Ms. Brooks also stated that the Compass Center receives no funding for the offender programs. Chairman Heiberger stated that Minnehaha County will continue to support the Compass Center and also supports their effort to secure additional funding from the State of South Dakota.
On the request of Shannon Schultz, Assistant Highway Superintendent, MOTION by Beninga, seconded by Barth, to declare two salt spreaders, Asset #70960 & #70970 as surplus property for purposes of salvage disposal and sale as scrap iron to TJN Enterprises and to declare accumulated scrap iron pile as surplus for purposes of sale/recycling to TJN Enterprises. 5 ayes.
Robert Litz, Auditor, gave a briefing on an annual lien clean-up action for 379 liens totaling $657,327.30, that have been identified as uncollectible (deceased, transient, SSI homeless, no resources) being reduced to $0. MOTION by Barth, seconded by Pekas, to approve Resolution MC14-50. 5 ayes.
A RESOLUTION TO
WHEREAS, 379 liens totaling $657,327.30 have been determined by the Minnehaha County Human Services Office to be uncollectible; now
THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, by the Minnehaha County Board of Commissioners, that the Register of Deeds is hereby directed to discharge these liens, as detailed on reports on file in the Minnehaha County Auditor's office.
Dated this 19th day of August 2014.
On recommendation of Robert Litz, Auditor, MOTION by Pekas, seconded by Beninga, to declare two (2) High Speed Central Ballot Scanners model #4205-7327, Asset #75000 and #74080, as surplus for the purpose of trade-in to Election Systems & Software, trade-in value of $7,500 each. 5 ayes.
Jeff Gromer, Warden, gave a briefing on a contract to house state work release inmates in the Minnehaha County Community Corrections Center. Under the terms of the contract, the Department of Corrections will pay Minnehaha County $29.00 per day, per state inmate that is housed at the center. The County will provide residential placement, food service, assistance in establishing meaningful employment, and sick call services. The state will be responsible for medical and dental services. The Sheriff retains the ability to reject any state offender offered for residency. MOTION by Pekas, seconded by Barth, to authorize the Chairman to sign the Work Release Inmate Housing Agreement between Minnehaha County and the South Dakota Department of Corrections for a fee of $29.00 per day, per state inmate, not to exceed payment of $317,550 for the contract period commencing on July 1, 2014, ending June 30, 2015. 5 ayes.
Commissioner Barth, Warden Jeff Gromer, and Ken McFarland, Commission Administrative Officer, commented on a rules hearing they attended with the South Dakota Department of Corrections. The hearing was regarding how reimbursement from the State to Counties is going to work under Senate Bill 70. Mr. McFarland reported that the County's presentation at the hearing addressed the need for better communication between the State and Counties during the administrative rule process to review the numbers of people on probation in order to insure they are correct.
Lynn DeYoung, Emergency Management Director, gave a briefing on the Emergency Management FFY 2015 State and Local Agreement between the State of South Dakota and Minnehaha County to be used to support salary and administrative expenses within the Minnehaha County Emergency Management Office. This is a 50% reimbursement grant and requires a 50% match from the county. The actual dollar amount will be determined when the federal fiscal budget is passed. For FFY2014 Minnehaha County received $227,360.22. In past years the grant amount has been greater than what is needed to support salary and administrative expenses within the county. Mr. DeYoung stated he will develop a list of special projects that may be funded with the remaining amount. MOTION by Pekas, seconded by Kelly, to authorize the Chairman and Emergency Management Director to sign the 2015 Emergency Management State and Local Agreement between the State of South Dakota and Minnehaha County. 5 ayes.
Carol Muller, Human Services Director, gave a briefing on a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the City of Sioux Falls and Minnehaha County stating that Minnehaha County Residential Detox Center accepts referrals from Falls Community Health. Falls Community Health is requesting the MOU as part of their accreditation process with Health Resources and Services Administration /US Department of Health and Human Services. MOTION by Pekas, seconded by Beninga, to authorize the Chairman to sign the Memorandum of Understanding between the City of Sioux Falls and Minnehaha County Residential Detox Center. 5 ayes.
Commissioner Kelly reported that the South Dakota Association of County Commissioners Resolutions Committee has passed the following four resolutions on proposed legislation submitted by Minnehaha County. Resolution MC14-39 Amend the Property Tax Limitation of 3 Percent or the CPI whichever is Greater with a 4% cap; Resolution MC14-40 To Provide For A Ten Percent Increase In The Sales Tax On Alcoholic Beverages With A Distribution Of The Increase Split Between The State and Counties; Resolution MC14-42 Establish Responsibility For The Cost Of Prosecution And Defense For Persons Charged With Crimes In State Correctional Facilities; Resolution MC14-44 Tax Increment Financing Approval And Use. The resolutions will be forwarded to the state convention in September to be voted on by the membership.
Chairman Heiberger reported on the Forward Sioux Falls investors breakfast that she attended. They discussed a proposed building project to be located at the University Center.
Chairman Heiberger also commented on an email she received from Ravalli County MT inquiring about the number of members and operation of the Minnehaha County Commission.
Ken McFarland, Commission Administrative Officer, asked the Commission to identify one more budget hearing date before the adoption of the final budget on September 30, 2014. Commissioners identified August 26th, immediately following the Commission Meeting at approximately 10:45 a.m.
Motion by Pekas, seconded by Barth, to go into executive session for personnel discussion. 5 ayes.
The Commission adjourned until 9:00 a.m. on Tuesday, August 26, 2014.
Published once at the total approximate cost of $256.11.
1447710 Aug. 27, 2014
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA)
COUNTY OF MINNEHAHA)
IN CIRCUIT COURT
SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
In the Matter of the Estate of
ROBERT J. POLLOCK,
Notice is hereby given that on the 14th day of August, 2014, Lori Ann Pollock, whose address is 8605 E. 10th Street, Sioux Falls, South Dakota, 57110, was appointed as Personal Representative of the Estate of Robert J. Pollock, deceased.
Creditors of the decedent must present their claims within four months after the date of the first publication of this notice or their claims may be barred.
Claims may be delivered to or mailed to the Personal Representative or may be filed with the Clerk of the Circuit Court, and a copy of the claim mailed or delivered to the Personal Representative.
Dated this 14th day of August, 2014.
/s/ Lori Ann Pollock
Lori Ann Pollock -
8605 E. 10th Street
Sioux Falls, South Dakota 57110
ANGELIA M. GRIES
Clerk of Circuit Court
Minnehaha County Courthouse
425 N. Dakota Avenue
Sioux Falls, South Dakota 57104
Vogt, Brown, Merry & Hammer
P. O. Box 100
Dell Rapids, South Dakota
Aug. 20, 27 &
1447319 Sept. 3, 2014