Legals: Dec. 1, 2021

Lockwood & Zahrbock Kool Law Firm 

__________ Notice __________

STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA

COUNTY OF MINNEHAHA

ss:

IN CIRCUIT COURT

SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

In the Matter of the Change of Name of Z.A.X.P. (D.O.B 11/13/2015) & L.I.L.P. (D.O.B. 11/03/2016) MINOR CHILDREN and REBAKAH B. DEHAAI, Petitioner.

CIV. 21-2702

NOTICE OF HEARING

TO: RODRIGUES PERRY, RESPONDENT

A hearing on Petitioner’s Petition for Name Change of Minor Children will be held before the above-entitled Court, in the Courtroom of the Honorable John Pekas, at the hour of 11:00-11:30 o’clock, a.m., on Tuesday, the 14th day of December, 2021, at the Minnehaha County Courthouse, 425 N. Dakota Ave., Sioux Falls, South Dakota.

Dated this 11th day of October, 2021, at the City of Sioux Falls, County of Minnehaha, State of South Dakota.

/s/ Rachel Preheim

Lockwood & Zahrbock Kool Law Office

400 North Main Ave, Ste 202

Sioux Falls, SD 57104

(605) 331-3643

Attorney for Petitioner

Published four times at the approximate cost of $46.68

 Nov. 17, 24, Dec. 1 & 8, 2021

 

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Minnehaha County

__________ Notice __________

NOTICE OF APPLICATION TIMELINE AND PROCEDURE FOR MINNEHAHA COUNTY MEDICAL CANNABIS DISPENSARY LICENSE

Notice is hereby given, pursuant to Minnehaha County Ordinance MC 60-21, that Minnehaha County will begin accepting applications for a Medical Cannabis Dispensary license on November 29, 2021. Applications must be submitted in person by sealed envelope to the Minnehaha County Auditor’s Office located at 415 N Dakota Avenue, Sioux Falls, SD.

Applications will be received at the Minnehaha County Auditor’s Office from 8:00am to 5:00pm, Monday – Friday, excluding holidays.  The deadline for Medical Cannabis Dispensary license applications is 5:00pm on Monday, December 13, 2021.

A copy of the application form can be found on the Minnehaha County website at minnehahacounty.org under the section titled Notices. Copies of the application can also be obtained from the Auditor’s Office. 

All applications must comply with the Minnehaha County Ordinance MC 60-21. A copy of this Ordinance can be found on the Minnehaha County website at minnehahacounty.org at:

https://www.minnehahacounty.org/residents/countyOrdinances/medicalCannab...

Each Medical Cannabis Dispensary license application must be accompanied with the following fees and information, separate from the sealed envelope:

• A document containing the legal business name, the business’s primary contact name, email address and phone number.

• A non-refundable $50.00 publishing fee;

• A non-refundable application fee of $5,000.00; and

• An Initial License Fee of $100,000.00. The Initial License Fee is refundable to those applicants that are not awarded a medical cannabis license.

Payment of each of the fees listed above must be submitted on separate checks or cashier checks made payable to the Minnehaha County Treasurer. 

For additional information on the application process please contact the Minnehaha County Auditor’s Office at auditor@minnehahacounty.org or 605-367-4220.

Dated at Sioux Falls, South Dakota, this 23rd  day of November, 2021.

Bennett L. Kyte, County Auditor

Published at the approximate cost of $23.03

Dec. 1, 2021

 

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Minnehaha County

____ Fact of Adoption ____

An ordinance amending the 1990 Revised Zoning Ordinance for Minnehaha County.

The Minnehaha County Board of Commissioners adopted Ordinance MC16-172-21 on November 23, 2021. This ordinance amended Ordinance MC16-90, the 1990 Revised Zoning Ordinance for Minnehaha County by Rezoning the property legally described as Tract 4 (Ex. H-1) SE¼ Section 22 T102N-R48W, Minnehaha County, South Dakota,

from the A-1 Agricultural District to the I1 Light Industrial District,

The entire ordinance is on file in the office of the County Auditor and available for inspection during regular business hours.

Published twice at the total approximate cost of $14.12 .

County Auditor

Dec. 1 & 8, 2021

 

 

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Minnehaha County

_________ Minutes _________

THE MINNEHAHA COUNTY COMMISSION CONVENED AT 9:00 A.M. November 23, 2021, pursuant to adjournment on November 16, 2021. Commissioners present were: Bender, Beninga, Heiberger, and Karsky. Also present were Kym Christiansen, Commission Recorder, and Eric Bogue, Chief Civil Deputy State’s Attorney.

MOTION by Beninga, seconded by Heiberger, to approve the agenda. 4 ayes. 

MOTION by Bender, seconded by Beninga, to approve the November 16, 2021, Commission meeting minutes. 4 ayes. 

VOUCHERS TO BE PAID

MOTION by Heiberger, seconded by Beninga, to approve the following bills totaling $5,015,613.81. 4 ayes. 

 A&B Business Solut, Maint Contracts 168.84; Airway Svc, Auto/Small Equip 348.64; Airway Svc, Gas Oil & Diesel 138.76; Alcohol Monitoring, Program Sups 154.65; All Star Investigat, Professional Svcs 2,260.00; American Ink, Engineering Sups 122.02; American Ink, Uniform Allowance 195.09; Anderson, Jennifer, Bd Evals (Minnehaha) 3,235.78; Angel, Edward P, Attorney Fees 2,500.90; Appeara, Program Activities 76.43; Argus Leader, Publishing Fees 1,398.95; Automatic Building, Coliseum 344.00; Automatic Building, HHS Maint 238.00; Automatic Building, Jail Repairs & Maint 3,470.00; Automatic Building, Outside Repair 841.00; Automatic Building, VOA Dakotas 330.00; Avera Mckennan, Blood Withdrawal 108.00; Avera Mckennan, Hospitals 3,489.60; Avera Mckennan, Insurance-Other Costs 5,820.00; Avera Mckennan, Other Medical Svcs 719.84; Avera Mckennan, Physicians 207.08; Avera Sacred Heart, Other Medical Svcs 509.59; A-Wise Choice Proper, Welfare Rent 700.00; Banner Associates, Architects & Engineers 1,211.50; Billion Empire Motor, Auto/Small Equip 100.00; Boen, Bridget, Program Activities 100.00; Bosman, Joseph, Business Travel 102.00; Bosman, Joseph, Uniform Allowance 45.09; Braun, Mason, Investigators Exps 127.68; Brentwood Apts, Welfare Rent 500.00; Builders Sup Comp, Building Repairs & Maint 409.46; Burns, Jason, Investigators Exps 102.90; Century Business Pro, Lease-Rental Agmt 865.47; Century Business Pro, Maint Contracts 667.21; Centurylink, Telephone 58.16; Centurylink, Telephone 35.99; Certified Auto Glass, Auto/Small Equip 40.00; Certified Languages, Interpreters 123.70; Chagolla, Albert, Interpreters 179.17; Chapel Hill Funeral, Burials 2,000.00; City Glass & Glazing, Building Repairs & Maint 9,366.40; City Glass & Glazing, Jail Repairs & Maint 2,469.00; Clinical Laboratory, Expert Witness Fees & Exps 300.00; Concrete Materials, Road Material Inventory 7,488.36; Constellation, Natural Gas 14,813.45; Cox Comms, Investigators Exps 50.00; CPI/Guardian, Inmate Sups 4,400.93; Dakota Lettering, Uniform Allowance 114.95; Dakota Seal, Parking Repairs & Maint 18,600.00; Dakota Sup Group, Repair/Renovations 99.39; Dalsin, JDC Maint 597.75; Dean Schaefer Court, Court Reporters 297.00; Deans Distributing, Gas Oil & Diesel 2,585.65; Dive Rescue Intl, Safety & Rescue Equip 4,075.00; Dust Tex Svc, Janitorial Chemical Sups 21.12; Eich Law Office, Attorney Fees 6,603.30; Eich Law Office, Child Defense Attorney 1,890.90; Electric Construct, Program Activities 4,643.89; Empire Toner, Data Processing Sups 1,000.88; ESRI, Maint Contracts 11,000.00; Fleetpride, Auto/Small Equip 5.91; G & R Controls, Heat, Vent & AC Repairs 135.00; G & R Controls, Jail Repairs & Maint 59.95; G&H Investments, Welfare Rent 395.00; Galls Quartermaster, Uniform Allowance 642.81; Gaylord Bros, Program Activities 145.40; George, Aaron, Welfare Rent 500.00; Glazier, David Alan, Welfare Rent 500.00; Goebel Printing, Office Sups 40.50; Goebel Printing, Printing/Forms 447.85; Golden West, Telephone 75.95; Graham Tire, Auto/Small Equip 777.00; Grainger, Heat, Vent & AC Repairs 197.48; Grainger, Small Tools & Shop Sups 58.40; Graybar Electric, Electrical Repairs & Maint 2,013.30; Greater SF Chamber, Misc Revenue 150.00; Guzman, Sandra V, Interpreters 50.00; Hamlin County, Misc Exp 50.00; Hegg, Jonathon, Program Activities 300.00; Heinemann Restorat, Museum Renovations 18,200.00; Henry Carlson Const, Construction Costs 91,062.00; Heritage Funeral, Burials 2,000.00; Hewlett Packard, Data Processing Equip 833.48; Hillview Apts, Welfare Rent 1,250.00; Howe, Coliseum 172.50; Hruska, Kathleen, Interpreters 37.50; Hy-Vee, MacArthur SJC Grant 284.74; Hy-Vee, Pharmacies 59.43; Induminn, Motels 180.00; Intek, Contract Svcs 28,731.63; Intek, COVID Exps 1,425.00; Interstate All Batt, Auto/Small Equip 4.99; Interstate Office, Office Sups 1,151.22; ISG, Architect, Engineers, and PMgt 18,087.20; ISI, Interpreters 160.00; Jacks Uniforms, Uniform Allowance 493.64; JCL Solutions, Inmate Sups 1,028.70; JCL Solutions, Janitorial Chemical Sups 186.42; JCL Solutions, Kitchen/Cleaning Sups 644.15; JCL Solutions, Office Sups 2.18; JE Dunn Construction, Construction Costs 57,916.00; Justice Fire & Safet, Maint Contracts 777.00; Justice Fire & Safet, Professional Svcs 485.50; Kathryn Macziewski, Misc Revenue 250.00; Katterhagen, Mark, Bd Exp Fees (Yankton) 30.00; Kauffman, David W Ph, Psych Evals 1,385.00; Kennedy Pier & Loftu, Attorney Fees 277.20; Kimberly Kline, Business Travel 46.00; Knecht, Andrew J, Child Defense Attorney 495.00; Kull, Lisa, Court Reporters 1,420.00; Kurita America Hold, Building Repairs & Maint 55.11; Lacroix Law, Attorney Fees 49.50; Lamp, Interpreters 34.50; Leads Online, Investigators Exps 2,212.44; Leaf Capital Funding, Lease-Rental Agmt 137.02; Lewis & Clark Behav, Bd Evals (Yankton) 1,472.00; Lewis Drug, Pharmacies 2,080.34; Lewno Law, Bd Exp Fees (Yankton) 333.06; Lisa Carlson Report, Court Reporters 54.40; Lockwood, Darcy, Bd Exp Fees (Yankton) 30.00; Lopez, Rebeca, Interpreters 50.00; Loving, Philip, Bd Evals (Minnehaha) 7,177.62; Lt Col. George A. La, Program Activities 100.00; Lundquist, Elizabeth, Court Reporters 323.40; Lutheran Social Svcs, Education & Training 2,325.00; Lutheran Social Svcs, Interpreters 78.75; Maeschen, Joseph, Taxable Meal Allowances 40.00; Maggie Malathip, Misc Revenue 150.00; Mailway Printers, Publishing Fees 253.25; Maricopa County Sher, Return Of Svc 200.00; Marsh & Mclennan, Notary Exp 150.00; Medstar Paramedic, Transportation 2,000.00; Menard, Building Repairs & Maint 95.92; Menard, Program Activities 44.18; Midamerican Energy, Natural Gas 567.80; Midcontinent Comm, Data Comms 410.00; Midway Svc, Gas Oil & Diesel 3,897.00; Midwest Wellness, Professional Svcs 3,975.00; Miller, Frances F, Bd Exp Fees (Minnehaha) 40.00; Minnehaha County His, Store Inventory 152.97; Modzelewska, Magdale, Program Activities 400.00; Napa Auto Parts, Parts Inventory 15.46; Napa Auto Parts, Small Tools & Shop Sups 101.00; Nguyen, Lam, Interpreters 50.00; Northeast Investment, Welfare Rent 200.00; Novak, Trash Removal 4,009.92; Nybergs Ace Hardware, HHS Maint 3.40; Oahe Health Mgmt, Detox 179.60; Office Depot, Data Processing Sups 254.65; Old Orchard Cafe, MacArthur SJC Grant 112.86; Olivier Miles Holtz, Attorney Fees 2,180.03; Overhead Door Company, Building Repairs & Maint 153.06; Paragon Health & Wel, Blood Withdrawal 5,400.00; Penbrooke Place Apt, Welfare Rent 500.00; Phoenix Sup, Child Care Uniforms 394.14; Phoenix Sup, Inmate Sups 1,112.00; Piedmont Plastics, Program Activities 3,158.26; Pioneer Enterprises, Burials 5,000.00; Pioneer Enterprises, Transportation 150.00; Pride Neon, Furniture & Office Equip 600.00; Professional Develop, Misc Exp 8,225.00; Qualified Presort, Postage 200.00; Qualified Presort, Publishing Fees 690.74; R&L Sup, Jail Repairs & Maint 1,926.88; R&L Sup, Plumbing & Welding 64.39; Ramkota Hotel, Education & Training 154.00; Ramkota Hotel, Safety Committee 294.00; Record Keepers, Records Storage 2,256.81; Reeves, Megan, Court Reporters 136.00; Reynolds Law, Child Defense Attorney 5,201.00; Ringing Shield,Nicho, Bd Evals (Minnehaha) 450.00; Risty, Maxine J, Court Reporters 99.00; Rochester Armored, Armored Car Svc 432.44; Rotorooter, Plumbing & Welding 890.00; RR Brink Locking Sys, Jail Repairs & Maint 230.00; Russell, Mark, Business Travel 304.54; Salem, Karla R, Bd Evals (Minnehaha) 3,630.00; Sanford, Other Medical Svcs 456.44; Sanford Clinic, Professional Svcs 300.00; Sanford Healthcare, Medical Equip 891.58; Schiltz, Ann C, Bd Exp Fees (Minnehaha) 64.00; Schuster, Paul, Investigators Exps 16.38; SD Human Svcs Ce, Psych Evals 1,200.00; SD Law Enforcement, Misc Exp 500.00; SD State Bar, Legal Research 500.00; SD State Bar, Memberships 11,295.00; SD Symphony Orchestr, Program Activities 400.00; Seth Tripp, Misc Revenue 300.00; SF Specialty Hospital, Insurance-Other Costs 467.00; SF Specialty Hospital, Professional Svcs 821.00; SF Specialty Hospital, Recruitment 1,130.00; Short Elliott Hendr, Architects & Engineers 18,738.71; Sioux Falls Area Hum, Misc Exp 3,150.63; Sioux Falls Auto Tri, Auto/Small Equip 315.00; Sioux Falls City, Building Repairs & Maint 20.00; Sioux Falls City, Gas Oil & Diesel 356.10; Sioux Falls City, Misc Exp 50.00; Sioux Falls City, Water - Sewer 2,170.20; Sioux Falls City, Welfare Utilities 352.33; Sioux Falls Rubber, Office Sups 59.70; Sioux Falls YMCA, Welfare Rent 789.00; Smith, Traci M., Business Travel 243.82; South Dakota Assoc, Education & Training 300.00; South Dakota Magazine, Store Sales 279.00; Southeastern Behav, Crisis Intervention Program 5,350.37; Southeastern Behav, Professional Svcs 4,050.00; Stan Houston Equip, Electrical Repairs & Maint 470.00; Starhaven Films, Attorney Fees 800.00; Starlite Estates, Welfare Rent 390.10; State Of SD, Amts Held-Daily Scram 3,005.00; State Of SD, Amts Held-Remote Breath 974.00; State Of SD, Auditing 59,865.25; State Of SD, Blood/Chemical Analysis 12,090.00; State Of SD, Notary Exp 30.00; State Of SD, Professional Svcs 389.25; State Of SD, Sign Sup Inventory 49.50; Strange Farrell John, Attorney Fees 2,892.35; Summit Food Svc, Child Care Food 617.65; Summit Food Svc, Inmate Sups 134.87; Summit Food Svc, School Lunch Program 1,043.10; Tegra Group, Administration Bldg 8,730.70; Tegra Group, Architect, Engineers, and PMgt 17,130.70; The Pitney Bowes, Postage 14.97; Thomson Reuters, Amounts Held For Others 1,488.38; Thomson Reuters, Legal Research 1,868.10; Thomson Reuters, Subscriptions 271.57; Tiede, Pamela, Bd Exp Fees (Minnehaha) 208.00; Tracy, Daniel L, Professional Svcs 22,700.00; Trana, John, Business Travel 43.75; Trane, Fairgrounds 30.89; Tri-State Nursing, Professional Svcs 1,622.25; Tschetter & Adams, Attorney Fees 16,817.57; Tyson Anderson, Donations 151.87; Tzadik Sioux Falls, Welfare Rent 850.00; Tzadik Sioux Falls, Welfare Rent 1,164.00; U.S. District Courts, Copy Fees 44.50; Uline, Program Activities 4,038.80; University Park Legal, Professional Svcs 687.50; US Bank-Corporate Tr, Bond Interest 1,057,899.38; US Bank-Corporate Tr, Bond Principal 3,270,000.00; US Bank-Corporate Tr, Cash With Trustee -0.10; US Foods, Other Sups 90.21; US Foods, Professional Svcs 1,664.85; Victoria Estate Limi, Welfare Rent 290.00; Vik, Darrell, Program Activities 650.00; Vogel Motors, Auto/Small Equip 47.00; Vogel Motors, Gas Oil & Diesel 86.00; Walter, Max, Attorney Fees 792.00; Weerheim Law Office, Bd Exp Fees (Minnehaha) 5,253.50; Weerheim Law Office, Crisis Intervention Program 190.00; Wellington Park Apts, Welfare Rent 775.00; Whittier Apts, Welfare Rent 905.00; Xcel Energy, Electricity 23,695.03; Yankton County, Return Of Svc 200.00; Zep Sales & Svc, Small Tools & Shop Sups 162.12. 

NOVEMBER 2021 County Salaries

COMMISSION, Salaries, $32,831.20; AUDITOR, Salaries, $52,215.34; TREASURER, Salaries, $76,438.01; INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY, Salaries, $79,068.81; STATES ATTORNEY, Salaries, $340,635.43; PUBLIC DEFENDER, Salaries, $211,170.80; PUBLIC ADVOCATE, Salaries, $69,964.80; FACILITIES, Salaries, $51,923.95; EQUALIZATION, Salaries, $99,404.71; REGISTER OF DEEDS, Salaries, $48,867.62; HUMAN RESOURCES, Salaries, $27,582.42; SHERIFF, Salaries, $1,123,364.05; JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER, Salaries, $161,433.98; HIGHWAY, Salaries, $142,742.60; HUMAN SERVICES, Salaries, $131,665.78; MUSEUM, Salaries, $74,599.88; PLANNING, Salaries, $37,748.81; EXTENSION, Salaries, $2,808.00;

REPORTS

The Minnehaha County Emergency Management Services 2021 3rd Quarter Report was received and placed on file in the Auditor’s Office. 

PERSONNEL

MOTION by Heiberger, seconded by Bender, to approve the following personnel actions. 4 ayes. 

New Hires

1. Emma Ward, Legal Office Assistant for the State’s Attorney’s Office, at $17.13/hour (10/1) effective 11/29/2021.

2. Alice Peckskamp, Administrative Clerk for the Human Service Department, at $16.71/hour (9/2) effective 12/6/2021.

Step Increases 

1. Robin Brust, Senior Property Technician for the Equalization Department, at $19.86/hour (12/3) effective 12/2/2021. 

2. Jeffery Yarbrough, Safe Home Manager for the Human Services Department, $2,802.40/bi-weekly (19/12) effective 11/30/2021.

3. Vincent Flucky, Program Analyst II for the Information Technology Department, at $38.67/hour (21/10) effective 11/24/2021.

4. Charliss Dols, Correctional Officer for the Jail, at $20.35/hour (13/2) effective 10/26/2021.

5. Kyle Kleinschmit, Correctional Officer for the Jail, at $20.35/hour (13/2) effective 11/30/2021. 

6. Erin Friedericks, Correctional Officer for the Jail, at $21.38/hour (13/4) effective 11/18/2021.

7. Crystal Shaffer, Correctional Officer for the Jail, at $21.38/hour (13/4) effective 11/27/2021. 

8. Justin Cave, Deputy Sheriff for the Sheriff’s Office, at $26.05/hour (17/4) effective 11/19/2021. 

9. Heather Richarz, Corporal for the Jail, at $31.74/hour (17/12) effective 11/14/2021. 

10. Melissa Godber, Museum Interpreter for the Museum, at $17.98/hour (9/5) effective 11/30/2021. 

11. Molly Engquist, Curator of Exhibits for the Museum, at $2,802.40/bi-weekly (19/12) effective 11/29/2021.

12. Justin Lammer, Deputy Sheriff for the Sheriff’s Office, at $26.70/hour (17/5) effective 11/13/2021.

13. Neville Smith, Deputy Sheriff for the Sheriff’s Office, at $30.97/hour (17/11) effective 11/13/2021.

14. Anna Kirchenwitz, Victim Witness Assistant for the State’s Attorney’s Office, at $26.05/hour (16/6) effective 11/7/2021. 

Motion by Beninga, seconded by Bender, to approve a salary increase for Amber Whittington, Deputy Public Defender, from Pay Grade 22, Step 3 to Pay Grade 22, Step 4 ($2,944.80 biweekly) effective 11/13/2021. 4 ayes. 

NOTICES

A notice was received from FEMA regarding the Letter of Flood Map Revision effective March 23, 2022.

REZONING PUBLIC HEARING

Scott Anderson, Planning Director, was present for the scheduled hearing and gave the second reading of an amendment to Ordinance MC 16-90, the 1990 Revised Zoning Ordinance. The amendment, Rezone #21-03, is to rezone from an A-1 Agricultural District to the I-1 Light Industrial District for the property legally described as Tract 4 (Ex. H-1), SE ¼; Section 22, T102N-R48W Brandon Township, Minnehaha County, located approximately 3/4-mile north of I-90 along SD Highway 11 in Corson. The property is a parcel of land that is approximately 1.66 acres. The petitioner and property owner are Lance Hulzebos. The rezoning request was to allow for future development. The property meets the criterion of the Envision 2035 Minnehaha County Comprehensive Plan by encouraging commercial and industrial development near the intersection of highways, along major corridors and sites able to access rail. The rezone was unanimously recommended for approval by the Planning Commission on October 25th, 2021. No one spoke in favor of or in opposition of the rezoning request. 

MOTION by Heiberger, seconded by Bender, to amend the 1990 Revised Zoning Ordinance for Minnehaha County for Rezoning the property legally described as Tract 4 (Ex. H-1), SE ¼; Section 22, T102N-R48W from A-1 Agricultural District to I-1 Light Industrial District. By roll call vote: 4 ayes. 

BRIEFING

Kris Graham, Southeastern Behavioral HealthCare CEO; Kim Hansen, Director of Operations Community Support Services Division and Mobile Crisis Team; Debbie Faini, Alternative Sentencing Program; gave a presentation regarding the purpose for calling the mobile crisis team, mobile crisis team 2020 annual statistics, and the public defenders-alternative sentencing program. 

John Parker, Minnehaha Conservation District Manager, gave a presentation regarding the organization’s mission, services provided, project highlights including work completed with the Landscape Garden Center and EcoSun, educational outreach, additional successes including working with Dakota Fresh, and organizational partners.

MEDICAL CANNABIS DISPENSARY APPLICATION

Ben Kyte, Auditor, provided a briefing on the Medical Cannabis Dispensary Application Issuance Timeline. A notice will be posted on the county website, published in the official newspaper, and a press release announcing the application period and application process. Minnehaha County will begin accepting applications on November 29, 2021, and the application deadline will be on December 13, 2021, at 5:00 p.m. The application can be found on the Notices section of the Minnehaha County website or a copy be obtained from the Auditor’s Office during regular business hours. Applications can only be submitted in person at the Minnehaha County Auditor’s Office located at 415 N Dakota Ave in Sioux Falls. The random selection of the license will be held on December 17, 2021, and the randomly selected application will be submitted for Commission approval on February 15, 2022. 

ALCOHOL LICENSE COMPLIANCE

Susan Beaman, Finance and Budget Officer, gave a briefing on recent alcohol compliance check failures. The Minnehaha County Sheriff’s Office conducted a compliance check of 63 alcohol beverage licenses in November 2021. Of the 8 failing licensees, two of them, Monarch Steak House Inc. d/b/a The Monarch Lounge and the Safari Bar and Grill d/b/a Safari Bar and Grill are licensed by Minnehaha County. At the time of their next renewal, the failing licensees will be required to have a public hearing. Additionally, the South Dakota Department of Revenue will be imposing monetary penalties to the licenses.

HIGHWAY BID CANCELLATION

Steve Groen, Highway Superintendent, gave a briefing on the cancellation of the invitation for bids on Project MC17-10 Highway 149 Reconstruction as authorized by SDCL 5-18A-12. This request is based on advice from legal counsel due to the timing and content of an addendum issued on Monday, November 15, 2021. The invitation to bid will be re-advertised and bid opening is scheduled for December 16, 2021. MOTION by Bender, seconded by Heiberger, to cancel the invitation for bids on Project MC17-10 Highway 149 Reconstruction per SDCL 5-18A-12 due to the late discovery of an error in the bid specifications and authorize the re-advertisement/solicitation of the bids for this project on December 16, 2021. 4 ayes 

BRIDGE INSPECTION REVIEW

Steve Groen, Highway Superintendent, introduced Chris Brozik with Civil Design, Inc to summarize the findings from the 2021 Bridge Inspection Program. Mr. Brozik’s presentation highlighted the inspection process, the rankings given, the documentation and reporting, and a summary of postings and recommendations as well as assistance regarding major repairs for the bridges as well as grant application assistance.

AGREEMENTS

Upon request of Jason Gearman, Emergency Management Director, MOTION by Heiberger, seconded by Bender, to authorize South Eastern County of Governments (SECOG) to Apply for the BRIC Program Grant on behalf of Minnehaha and Lincoln Counties. 4 ayes. 

Upon request of Lori Montis, Human Services Assistant Director, MOTION by Beninga, seconded by Bender, to authorize the Chair to sign the sub-recipient agreement with South Dakota Housing Development Authority and allow Minnehaha County Human Services to disperse allotted SD CARES Funds. 4 ayes.

Upon request of Tyler Klatt, Assistant Commission Administrative Officer, MOTION by Heiberger, seconded by Beninga, to authorize the Chair to sign the 2022 Sioux Falls Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) Agreement between Minnehaha County and South Eastern Council of Governments (SECOG). 4 ayes.

Tyler Klatt, Assistant Commission Administrative Officer, presented a Consulting Agreement between Minnehaha County and The Tegra Group for consulting services on the Juvenile Detention Facility. Tegra Group will provide services in order to the reach the following milestones: project team, assembly, coordinating benchmark tours, conceptual design process, existing building condition assessment, disruption avoidance planning, creating a master budget and schedule, and presenting a report of the findings. Per the agreement, the County will pay a fixed fee of $8,650 per month for six months, for a total of $51,900. MOTION by Bender, seconded by Heiberger, to authorize the Chair to sign the Agreement between The Tegra Group, Inc and Minnehaha County for Consulting Services on the Juvenile Detention Facility. 4 ayes. 

Tyler Klatt, Assistant Commission Administrative Officer, presented a Sales Agreement between Minnehaha County and AVI systems for technology changes to the Commission Chambers and overflow room as part of the Administration building remodel. AVI Systems will move and reinstall the existing equipment which can be used in the remodel of the 3rd floor and perform upgrades which will include new screens, advanced video software, and a projector screen control system. The total price for the contract is $170,164.72 and it is anticipated using American Recovery Plan Act funding. MOTION by Heiberger, seconded by Bender, to authorize Chair to sign a Sales Agreement with AVI Systems Inc for relocating and upgrading the Commission meeting recording system as part of the Administration Building Remodel. 4 ayes. 

LIASON REPORTS 

Commissioner Bender reported that work is continuing on the software for the State Attorney’s Office and the final report has been received from Berry Dunn and information from the report is being gathered. 

Commissioner Heiberger reported on the call held with the State of South Dakota agency that works with mental health and a report should be available on the agency’s website shortly and will be sent to the Commissioners.

Commissioner Karsky reported on the listening session held at the multi-cultural center for the hiring of a new executive director as the Public Defender’s Advisory Board Meeting and the Public Defender’s are within budget and are looking at software similar to the State’s Attorney Office. Commissioner Karsky asked Tyler Klatt, Assistant Commission Administrative Officer, to report on attending a meeting with Sioux Metro Growth Alliance meeting. 

MOTION by Bender, seconded by Heiberger, to recess at 10:04 a.m. until 10:15 a.m. 4 ayes. 

MOTION by Heiberger, seconded by Bender, to enter into Executive Session pursuant to SDCL 1-25-2 (1), (3) and (4). 4 ayes.

MOTION by Bender, seconded by Beninga, to adjourn. 4 ayes.

The Commission adjourned until 9:00 a.m. on Tuesday, December 7, 2021.

APPROVED BY THE COMMISSION:

Dean Karsky

Chair

ATTEST:

Kym Christiansen

Commission Recorder 

Published once at the total approximate cost of $218.89.

Dec. 1, 2021

 

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Minnehaha County

____ Notice to Bidders ____

Minnehaha County Highway Department requests bids for “County Highway 149 Reconstruction”.

This project consists of reconstructing 5.3 miles of County Highway 149 beginning at 254th Street and ending near Colton, South Dakota.  The project generally includes salvaging the existing highway surfacing, grading, installing pipe culverts and drainage structures, placing interim surfacing, and installing erosion control measures and miscellaneous related items.

Sealed bids shall be received by Minnehaha County Auditor’s Office, 415 N Dakota Avenue, Sioux Falls, SD  57104, not later than 10:15 a.m. Thursday, December 16, 2021. Bids shall be publicly opened and read at the Auditor’s Office at 10:30am.

Specifications and proposal forms that must be used are available at Minnehaha County Highway Department located at 2124 E 60th Street North, Sioux Falls, SD  57104. Bids submitted on forms other than the proposal supplied by the Minnehaha County Highway Department will be irregular and will not be considered.

Minnehaha County reserves the right to reject any or all bids, waive technicalities, and make award(s) as deemed to be in the best interest of the county. 

Published once at the total approximate cost of $11.67.

Dec. 1, 2021

 

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Minnehaha County

____ Notice to Bidders ____

Minnehaha County Highway Department requests formal bids for “MC21-10 | Structure 50-330-066 Rehabilitation & Approach Grading.”

This project consists of the following Work but is not limited to: removal of existing bridge deck and bridge railing, traffic control, Unclassified Excavation, Class A45 Concrete – Bridge Deck, Bridge Repainting, approach slab and sleeper slab construction, asphalt concrete pavement surfacing, approach guardrail, and erosion control.

Sealed bids shall be received by Minnehaha County Auditor’s Office, 415 N Dakota Avenue, Sioux Falls, SD  57104, not later than 10:15 a.m. Thursday, December 16, 2021. Bids shall be publicly opened and read at the Auditor’s Office at 10:30am.

Specifications and proposal forms that must be used are available at Minnehaha County Highway Department located at 2124 E 60th Street North, Sioux Falls, SD  57103. Bids submitted on forms other than the proposal supplied by the Minnehaha County Highway Department will be irregular and will not be considered.

Minnehaha County reserves the right to reject any or all bids, waive technicalities, and make award(s) as deemed to be in the best interest of the county. 

Published once at the total approximate cost of $11.67.

Dec. 1, 2021

 

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East Dakota 

Educational 

Cooperative  

_________ Minutes _________

Regular Meeting 

Tuesday, October 19, 2021

 The regular meeting of East Dakota Educational Cooperative was called to order at 5:02 p.m. on Tuesday, 

October 19, 2021, via Zoom by President Renee Ullom. Members present were Renee Ullom, Lexy Klinkhammer, and Scott Sandal, all by Zoom.  Members of administration present were Joan Frevik, Lisa Bjorneberg, and Dave Vander Grift, all by Zoom.

 Motion by Klinkhammer, seconded by Sandal to approve the agenda as presented.  On a roll call vote, the following voted aye:  Sandal, Klinkhammer, and Ullom.  Voting nay: none.  Motion carried.

 Motion by Sandal, seconded by Klinkhammer to approve the September 21, 2021, board meeting minutes as published.  On a roll call vote, the following voted aye:  Sandal, Klinkhammer, and Ullom.  Voting nay: none.  Motion carried.

 President Ullom asked for Conflict of Interest Disclosures.  None were presented.

Pursuant to SDCL 1-25-2 (1) the Board entered Executive Session at 5:03 p.m.  The Board exited Executive Session at 5:12 p.m.  Motion Sandal, seconded by Klinkhammer to grant a review of an employment termination and appoint Gerry Kaufman as the hearing officer and counsel to the board in connection with this matter.  On a roll call vote, the following voted aye:  Sandal, Klinkhammer, and Ullom.  Voting nay: none.  Motion carried.

Joan Frevik gave an update on administrative matters.

Motion by Klinkhammer, seconded by Sandal to approve the Special Education Comprehensive Plan.  On a roll call vote, the following voted aye:  Sandal, Klinkhammer, and Ullom.  Voting nay: none.  Motion carried.

Motion by Sandal, second by Klinkhammer to approve the items in the consent agenda. On a roll call vote, the following voted aye:  Sandal, Klinkhammer, and Ullom.  Voting nay: none.  Motion carried.

The consent agenda addressed the following items:  

September total payroll:  $411,013.55.

Additions to Pay (Extra Duty & Overtime):  

AHRENDT, KELLI M $334.00, AUST, BRIAN J $4,279.08, FALLESEN, MARISSA N $69.37, HOFFMAN, BRIANNA M $300.00, HOOVER, LEE $17.73, OSTER, TIFFANY A $876.75, RALSTON, ANNLEE MARIE $99.54, THOMPSON, MATTHEW B $44.33, UHRICH SR, MARK J $41.20.

Larissa Neugebauer -- $300/mo stipend for serving as special education due process coordinator at McCrossan.

Additions to Staff:  Abby Trudeau – SLPA, $28,080 plus $2500 incentive pay beginning October 25, 2021.

September disbursements in the amount of $61,118.01 were as follows:  ACE HARDWARE, $22.13; AGRICULTURE EXPERIENCE TRACKER, $95.00; AMAZON, $237.93; ANDERSON, TYLER, $213.36; AREA II SUPERINTENDENTS, $175.00; ARROWWOOD RESORT & CONFERENCE CENTER, $221.90; AVEL ECARE, $4059.00; BJORNEBERG, LISA, $132.72; BUREAU OF ADMINISTRATION, $11.52; CENTURY BUSINESS PRODUCTS, $1470.90; COMMTECH, $4781.39; COSTCO, $63.90; EAST DAKOTA FOUNDATION, $19150.00; ECOWATER SYSTEMS, $34.00; EFAX, $16.95; HANDER PLUNBING & HEATING, $102.04; HOFFMAN, BRIANNA, $32.76; JCL SOLUTIONS, $1201.00; JENSEN, TERRI, $19.99; JUSTICE FIRE & SAFETY, $72.50; KROGMAN, MELISSA, $319.82; MIDAMERICAN ENERGY, $394.99; MIDCO, $110.15; MIDSTATES QUALITY IMPRINTED SPORTSWEAR, $375.56; M-PRESSIVE PRINT, $4343.00; MUTSCHELKNAUS, AMY, $78.96; NELSON, KRISTEN, $11.76; NOLDNER, TERRI, $135.24; NOVAK SANITARY SERVICE, $385.80; PARAGON HEALTH & WELLNESS, $270.00; QUALIFIED PRESORT SERVICE, $374.39; R & D TECHNOLOGY LLC, $2175.00; RALSTON, ANNLEE, $263.76; RIVERSIDE TECHNOLOGIES INC, $6104.00; SANFORD HEALTH PLAN, $109.95; SCHOOL OUTFITTERS, $1131.98; SD DEPT OF LABOR AND REGULATION, $277.22; SDASBO, $125.00; SIOUX FALLS UTILITIES, $190.44; SUNSHINE FOODS, $274.68; TESSIER’S INC, $4238.88; UHRICH, MARK SR, $112.56; WILDFLOWER CLEANING COMPANY, $3300.60; XCEL ENERGY, $3900.28;Motion by Sandal, second by Klinkhammer to approve the following revenue agreements.  On a roll call vote, the following voted aye:  Sandal, Klinkhammer, and Ullom.  Voting nay: none.  Motion carried.

1. LENNOX SCHOOL DISTRICT - SLPA SERVICES, $46230, 22.SP.LX.803.01

2. STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA - FISCAL AGENT SERVICES, $35045, 2022C-199

Motion by Klinkhammer, second by Sandal to adjourn the meeting at 5:14 p.m.  On a roll call vote, the following voted aye:  Sandal, Klinkhammer, Sweeter, and Ullom.  Voting nay: none.  Motion carried.

 Approved this 16th day of November, 2021. 

Board President 

Business Manager

Published once at the total approximate cost of $47.89.

Dec. 1, 2021

 

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East Dakota 

Educational 

Cooperative  

____ Special Meeting ____ 

_________ Minutes _________

The special meeting of East Dakota Educational Cooperative was called to order at 6:00 p.m. on Monday, 

November 15, 2021, at East Dakota Educational Cooperative at 715 E 14th Street by President Renee Ullom. Members present were Renee Ullom, Lexy Klinkhammer, and Scott Sandal.   

Motion by Klinkhammer, seconded by Sandal to approve the agenda as presented.  On a roll call vote, the following voted aye:  Sandal, Klinkhammer, and Ullom.  Voting nay: none.  Motion carried.

Motion by Sandal, seconded by Klinkhammer to enter Executive Session at 6:12 p.m., pursuant to SDCL 1-25-2(1).  On a roll call vote, the following voted aye:  Sandal, Klinkhammer, and Ullom.  Voting nay: none.  Motion carried.

The Board exited Executive Session at 7:12 p.m.  Motion Klinkhammer, seconded by Sandal to terminate the employment of Brian Aust effective September 17, 2021.  On a roll call vote, the following voted aye:  Sandal, Klinkhammer, and Ullom.  Voting nay: none.  Motion carried.

Motion by Sandal, second by Klinkhammer to adjourn the meeting at 7:14 p.m.  On a roll call vote, the following voted aye:  Sandal, Klinkhammer, Sweeter, and Ullom.  Voting nay: none.  Motion carried. 

Approved this 21st day of December, 2021. 

Board President 

Business Manager

Published once at the total approximate cost of $13.51.

Dec. 1, 2021

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