Legals: Dec. 22, 2021

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City of Brandon

_________ Minutes _________

The Brandon City Council met in a special meeting session at 5:30 p.m. on Monday, December 13, 2021, at the Council Chambers at 308 S Main Avenue, Brandon, South Dakota.  Present were Dana Clark, Vickie David, Barb Fish, Tim Jorgenson, David Kull and Mayor Jim Heinitz.  Jack Parliament joined via conference call.  Other’s present were City Administrator, Bryan H. Read; City Attorney, Lisa Marso; City Engineer, Tami Jansma and Police Chief, Jamie Steffel. Absent:  None.  

Alderman Jorgenson moved and Alderwoman Clark seconded to approve the agenda.  Motion carried.

Discussion was held on the Chestnut and Redwood Boulevard Annexation Study.  City has water to the corner of Chestnut & Redwood.  The school will build the new elementary school with or without the annexation of these properties.  Concerns with costs being placed on neighboring property owners, inability for the properties to raise livestock, open burning, etc.  

Matthew Helgeson, 2300 E. Oak Hill Circle, was present for discussion.  Matthew is against this proposed annexation.

Jess Elofson, 1104 N. Chestnut Blvd, was present for discussion.  Jess discussed that his family is against this proposed annexation.  

David Rezac, 301 E. Chestnut Trail, was present for discussion.  David is against the proposed annexation.  

Aaron Hansen, 405 E. Chestnut Trail, was present for discussion.  Aaron is against the proposed annexation.

Alderwoman Clark moved Alderwoman David seconded to accept the annexation study, minus the Elofson property.  A roll call vote showed Clark, David, Fish, Parliament aye; Jorgenson, Kull nay.  Motion carried.  

Alderwoman Fish moved Alderman Kull seconded to not move forward with the Resolution of Intent.  A roll call vote showed Clark, David, Fish, Jorgenson, Kull, Parliament aye.  Motion carried.  

At 7:05 p.m., on a motion by Alderman Jorgenson seconded by Alderman Kull the meeting was adjourned.  Motion carried.

Melissa Labahn

Municipal Recording Clerk   Jim Heinitz 

Mayor

Published at the approximate cost of $20.26.

Dec. 22, 2021

 

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City of Brandon

___ Notice of Hearing ___

__ for cONDITIONAL USE __

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that a public hearing will be held by the Brandon Planning and Zoning Commission on the 6th day of January, 2022 at 6:30 p.m. at the Brandon Council Chambers, 308 S. Main Avenue, Brandon, South Dakota;

This hearing will be conducted to consider granting a CONDITIONAL USE to the Zoning Regulations allowing for the following:

Cannabis Cultivation Establishment

The legal description and property address is:

Lot 4 Block 2 Brandon Industrial Park (1805 N. Walnut Avenue Suite West)

NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that any interested person or their attorney or representative may appear and be heard.

Dated this 16th day of December, 2021

Chairman 

Planning & Zoning Commission

Published: December 22, 2021

Published at the approximate cost of $9.52

Dec. 22, 2021

 

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City of Brandon

___ Notice of Hearing ___

__ for cONDITIONAL USE __

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that a public hearing will be held by the Brandon Planning and Zoning Commission on the 6th day of January, 2022 at 6:30 p.m. at the Brandon Council Chambers, 308 S. Main Avenue, Brandon, South Dakota;

This hearing will be conducted to consider granting a CONDITIONAL USE to the Zoning Regulations allowing for the following:

To operate an on-sale alcoholic beverage establishment

The legal description and property address is:

Lot 3A Block 1 Kirkwood Addition (1328 E. Cedar Street)

NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that any interested person or their attorney or representative may appear and be heard.

Dated this 16th day of December, 2021

Chairman 

Planning & Zoning Commission

Published: December 22, 2021

Published at the approximate cost of $9.21

Dec. 22, 2021

 

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City of Brandon

___ Notice of Hearing ___

__ for cONDITIONAL USE __

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that a public hearing will be held by the Brandon Planning and Zoning Commission on the 6th day of January, 2022 at 6:30 p.m. at the Brandon Council Chambers, 308 S. Main Avenue, Brandon, South Dakota;

This hearing will be conducted to consider granting a CONDITIONAL USE to the Zoning Regulations allowing for the following:

To allow for a commercial kennel.

The legal description and property address is:

Lot 7A Block 1 Kirkwood Addition (1420 E. Cedar Street)

NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that any interested person or their attorney or representative may appear and be heard.

Dated this 16th day of December, 2021

Chairman 

Planning & Zoning Commission

Published: December 22, 2021

Published at the approximate cost of $8.90

Dec. 22, 2021

 

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City of Brandon

___ Notice of Hearing ___

__ for cONDITIONAL USE __

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that a public hearing will be held by the Brandon Planning and Zoning Commission on the 6th day of January, 2022 at 6:30 p.m. at the Brandon Council Chambers, 308 S. Main Avenue, Brandon, South Dakota;

This hearing will be conducted to consider granting a CONDITIONAL USE to the Zoning Regulations allowing for the following:

To allow for a commercial kennel.

The legal description and property address is:

Tract 5 Ridgeview Estates Addition (704 S. 8th Avenue)

NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that any interested person or their attorney or representative may appear and be heard.

Dated this 16th day of December, 2021

Chairman 

Planning & Zoning Commission

Published: December 22, 2021

Published at the approximate cost of $8.90

Dec. 22, 2021

 

 

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East Dakota 

Educational 

Cooperative

_________ Minutes _________

 Regular Meeting

Tuesday, November 16, 2021

The regular meeting of East Dakota Educational Cooperative was called to order at 5:00 p.m. on Tuesday,

November 16, 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 Sandal, seconded by Klinkhammer to approve the agenda as amended to remove the planned Executive Session. 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 October 19, 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.

Joan Frevik gave an update on administrative matters and announced that Terri Jensen, MA CCC-SLP has been chosen to receive the 2021 Rolland J. Van Hattum Award for Contribution in the Schools by the South Dakota Speech Language and Hearing Association.

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:

October total payroll: $413,930.68.

Additions to Pay:

ARRINGTON, SYDNEY D $ 25.05 Overtime; BROWN, SHERI L $ 177.44 Extra Duty; FODNESS, CASEY A $ 750.00 Alt Certification Incentive; HAUGAN, LAURIE E $ 31.31 Extra Duty; KAPPERMAN, LAURA J $ 1,002.00 Extra Duty; OSTER, TIFFANY A $ 876.75 Extra Duty; RALSTON, ANNLEE MARIE $ 597.24 Extra Duty; SOLOMON, MEGHAN $ 1,002.00 Extra Duty; THOMPSON, MATTHEW B $ 17.73 Overtime; UHRICH SR, MARK J $ 43.49 Overtime and Straight Time

Reductions in Pay:

HOFFMAN, BRIANNA -$400.00 October – Guard Duty; SMITH, KRISTINE -$2997.15 September – FMLA; SMITH, KRISTINE -$2997.15 October - FMLA; INGERSON, LINDA -$2672.00 October - FMLA

Additions to Staff: Rani Samuel – Administrative Assistant, beginning 10/18/21, salary $25,192 based upon

134 days remaining in school calendar.

Reductions in Staff: Brian Aust – Marketing and Development Manager, employment terminated effective

September 17, 2021.

Reclassification of Staff:

Eugene Nduru – Success Coach, reclassified to Behavioral Analyst 9/1/21. New annual

salary $69,000 based on 205 days; prorated to $53854.40 for 160 days remaining.

Karin Reisch – Educational Office Manager, reclassified to Operations Manager 11/1/21.

New annual salary $60,000 based on admin calendar.

October disbursements in the amount of $63,391.25 were as follows: ARRINGTON, SYDNEY, $100.00; ASBSD,

$25.00; BOB’S LOCK & KEY, $209.76; BOKAY STUDIO LLC, $1132.63; BRANDON VALLEY MEDIA GROUP, $173.15;

BRAUN, MELISSA, $136.92; BUREAU OF ADMINISTRATION, $13.44; CENTRAL REACH, $4872.06; COMMTECH,

$300.00; CONTROL INSTALLATIONS OF IOWA, $878.42; COSTCO, $312.86; DAKOTA RECOGNITION, $150.00;

DECKERT, TAYLOR, $589.76; DHE COMPUTER SYSTEMS, $510.00; DRIFTERS BAR & GRILL, $0.00; EAST DAKOTA

FOUNDATION, $19150.00; ECOWATER SYSTEMS, $127.54; EFAX, $16.95; EXPRESS, $19.99; HANSEN, KATELYNN,

$70.00; HOFFMAN, BRIANNA, $29.40; JCL SOLUTIONS, $196.34; MATHESON, $33.22; MAXWELL FOOD

EQUIPMENT INC, $68.74; MCGRAW-HILL, $4068.32; MIDAMERICAN ENERGY, $846.09; MIDCO, $484.51;

MIDSTATES QUALITY IMPRINTED SPORTSWEAR, $173.00; MIDWESTERN MECHANICAL INC, $213.00; MORK,

DIANNE, $220.08; MUTSCHELKNAUS, AMY, $72.66; NELSON, KRISTEN, $23.52; NETTESTAD, ALISHA, $225.00;

NOLDNER, TERRI, $0.00; NORBERG PAINTS INC, $60.00; NOVAK SANITARY SERVICE, $385.80; OFFICE DEPOT,

$430.87; OUTKA, JANEEN, $755.02; PARKER TRANSFER AND STORAGE, $288.99; QUALIFIED PRESORT SERVICE,

$252.29; R & D TECHNOLOGY LLC, $3225.00; RALSTON, ANNLEE, $182.70; SCHOOL OUTFITTERS, $0.00; SCHOOL

SPECIALTY, $646.11; SD DEPT OF HUMAN SERV - DIV OF REHAB SERV, $5642.13; SFM, $0.00; SIOUX FALLS

UTILITIES, $839.25; ST ANDREW’S EPISCOPAL SCHOOL, $29.48; STAN HOUSTON EQUIPMENT COMPANY, $4099.00;

SUNSHINE FOODS, $0.00; TESSIER’S INC, $1000.00; THOMPSON ELECTRIC, $102.04; THOMPSON, LORELEI, $0.00;

TYLER, DIANNA, $85.68; UHRICH, MARK SR, $0.00; UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA, $211.58; WEST CENTRAL SCHOOL,

$640.00; WILDFLOWER CLEANING COMPANY, $6083.10; XCEL ENERGY, $2835.40; YESCO, $0.00; ZOOM VIDEO

COMMUNICATIONS, $154.45;

Motion by Klinkhammer, second by Sandal to approve the following revenue and expense agreements. On a roll

call vote, the following voted aye: Sandal, Klinkhammer, and Ullom. Voting nay: none. Motion carried.

1. LENNOX SCHOOL DISTRICT - ACADEMY SERVICES, $33792, 22.AC.LX.779.01

2. WEST CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT - ACADEMY SERVICES, $33792, 22.AC.WC.779.01

3. STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA - FISCAL AGENT SERVICES - TITLE II MENTORSHIP, $11040, 2022C-198

4. NORTHEAST SERVICES COOP - OT SERVICES, $6750, 22.OT.NE.814.01

5. MOBRIDGE-POLLACK SCHOOL DISTRICT - OT SERVICES, $7800, 22.OT.MP.814.01

6. STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA - MENTORSHIP PROGRAM, $71284.92, 2022C-328

7. STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA - FISCAL AGENT SERVICES - MENTORSHIP, $52565.18, 2022C-212

8. STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA - ACCREDITATION SUPPORT, $33000, 2022C-196

9. STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA - SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT FACILITATOR, $31226.58, 2022C-190

10. STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA - SDMYLIFE, $21000, 2022C-131

11. HARRISBURG SCHOOL DISTRICT - CAREER DEVELOPMENT SERVICES, $46230, 22.CD.HB.794.01

12. MINNESOTA RIVER VALLEY COOPERATIVE CENTER - SLP SERVICES, $8298, 22.SP.MV.803.01

1. AVEL ECARE - TELEMEDICINE SERVICES, $10000,

2. AVEL ECARE - TELEMEDICINE SERVICES, $0, AMENDMENT

Motion by Sandal, second by Klinkhammer 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 21st day of December, 2021.

Published at the approximate cost of $70.00

Dec. 22, 2021

 

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Minnehaha County

__________ Notice __________

NOTICE OF INTENTION TO TAKE TAX DEED and

NOTICE THAT RIGHT OF REDEMPTION WILL EXPIRE AND TAX DEED ISSUE.

TO:  Robert Fenderson, Jr., the owner of record of the hereinafter described real property, and in whose name the property is taxed; City of Sioux Falls, South Dakota; Accounts Management, Inc.; any person in possession of the property described below, and to any other interested person pursuant to SDCL Ch. 10-25: 

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That the following described real property situated in the County of Minnehaha, State of South Dakota, to wit:

Parcel # 40074 located at 1103 North Lincoln Avenue, Sioux Falls, SD 57104

Legal Description:  Lots Five (5) and Six (6), Block Sixty-eight (68), Meredith’s Second Addition to Sioux Falls, Minnehaha County, South Dakota, according to the recorded plat thereof,

was sold to Minnehaha County for taxes then due and delinquent for the year 2012 at tax sale, on December 16th, 2013, by the Treasurer of Minnehaha County, South Dakota for the sum of the unpaid real property taxes assessed against the property for the year 2012, plus penalty, interest and costs.  That Minnehaha County, South Dakota, is now the lawful owner and holder of tax sale certificate No 1640. 

NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN, That the right of redemption of said real property from said tax sale will expire sixty days from the date of the completed service of this notice as provided by law, and that unless redemption is made from said tax sale at the Office of the Minnehaha County Treasurer prior to the expiration of such time, a tax deed will be made and issued by the Minnehaha County Treasurer to Minnehaha County.

The said tax then due and delinquent with interest and costs accrued and in addition thereto, the cost of service of this notice by personal service or publication, attorney’s fees and cost of affidavit, costs of record search, together with such interest as may accrue after this date, which must be paid in order to redeem.

Dated this 10th day of December, 2021.

Minnehaha County, South Dakota 

Owner of tax sale certificate

  Kelli Nyhof

Senior Tax and License Technician 

Sioux Falls, South Dakota 

Published twice at the total approximate cost of $43.60

Dec. 15 & 22, 2021

 

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Minnehaha County

_________ Minutes _________

12/14THE MINNEHAHA COUNTY COMMISSION CONVENED AT 8:00 A.M. December 14, 2021 pursuant to adjournment on December 7, 2021. Commissioners present were: Barth, Bender, Beninga, Heiberger, and Karsky. Also present was Kym Christiansen, Commission Recorder.

Ben Kyte, Auditor, provided an overview on the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) Funding and the requests from external organizations. A majority of the requests from external organizations consist of improvements to water and wastewater treatment systems. The total dollar amount from the external organization’s request is estimated at $66,000,000.00. 

Susan Beaman, Finance and Budget Officer, presented internal funding uses that are eligible under the current ARPA guidelines and the estimated the dollar amount from the internal funding request is estimated at $26,500,000.00. 

The ARPA requests from the Sheriff’s Office which include jail salaries for COVID management, Registered Nurse for Jail, upgrade to mobile communications equipment, additional mental health counselor, annual medical COVID expenses, COVID related Capital Investments, and Jail COVID supplies. 

Potential ARPA requests from the Juvenile Detention Center include an additional mental health counselor, cameras & body protection for mental health holds, and substance abuse training. 

The APRA requests from the Facilities department were as follows: COVID mitigation facility improvements including an improved air exchange system for multiple buildings, redesign of the courthouse front entrance to improve social distancing, Human Services and Administration building improvements to improve social distancing and sanitation as well as security badge system upgrades to assist with contract tracing, COVID sanitation salary reimbursement and COVID supplies. 

Human Resources Department presented the following requests: salary expenses for COVID management including contract tracing and employee COVID medical expenses. 

Human Services requested ARPA funding for the following: rental, utility, and burial assistance to households that suffered negative economic impact, providing transportation for vulnerable populations to COVID testing sites, direct grants to businesses and non-profits (retail, service, child care) that suffered a COVID hardship or COVID mitigation, and job training assistance and apprenticeships through local community college in addition to potential training for case management. 

The potential projects for the State Attorney’s Office include the purchase of software to help reduce the backlog of court cases and a potential grant program for businesses to improve security systems. The Public Defender’s Office requested funds for an additional contracted resource which would help reduce the backlog of public defender cases. 

The Commission Office identified the following potential ARPA projects: annual contributions to The Link for mental health and substance abuse management, administrative software to improve electronic communication for social distancing, and select COVID mitigation equipment for use in the Administration Building. 

There was one potential ARPA project from the Highway Department was submitted related to Highway shop water infrastructure improvements. 

Upgrades to the Audio Video equipment to the Commission Chambers to improve electronic communication to help promote social distancing was identified by the Information Technology department.

Auditor’s Office presented two uses for the ARPA funding to include administrative software to improve electronic communication for social distancing especially related to Freedom of Information Act date requests and administrative allocation for the administration of the funds. 

Susan Beaman, Finance and Budget Officer, highlighted the expanded uses for internal Minnehaha County project if the proposed U.S. Congressional Legislation would pass and the funds could be used by Facilities for a JDC improvement/replacement project and/or fairground improvements, Highway Department for road/bridge infrastructure improvements, general services for use by Minnehaha County including Information Technology for various information technology projects. The known 2021 internal funding uses excluding the jail salaries eligible for ARPA funding would total $1,100,500.00. Those expenses include the Sheriff’s Office for a registered nurse for jail, annual medical COVID expenses, and Jail COVID Supplies; facilities for COVID sanitation salary reimbursement and supplies; employee COVID medical expenses paid by the County’s health insurance fund; Human Services would use the funds to help with rental, utility, and burial assistance to households that suffered negative economic impact; and administrative consultation for the Auditor’s Office. 

Next steps for the potential use of the funding include potential action on the 2021 eligible expenses at the December 28, 2021 meeting as well as future work session to further discuss the various requests and identified uses for the American Rescue Plan Act funds. 

In opportunity for public comment, Dave Baumeister with the Minnehaha Messenger spoke about resources that would allow for better media coverage. 

The Commission adjourned until 9:00 a.m. on Tuesday, December 21, 2021.

APPROVED BY THE COMMISSION:

Dean Karsky

Chair

ATTEST:

Kym Christiansen

Commission Recorder

Published at the approximate cost of $52.19.

Dec. 22, 2021

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Notice

STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA

:SS

COUNTY OF MINNEHAHA

IN CIRCUIT COURT

SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

SANAIT BERHE ARAYA,

Plaintiff,

vs.

FITSUM ZERIZGHI MESSGENA,

Defendant.

DIV 21-494

SECOND AMENDED SUMMONS

THE STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA TO THE ABOVE-NAMED DEFENDANT:

YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED and required to the Verified Complaint of the Plaintiff, which was filed on September 24, 2021, and is on file at the Minnehaha County Clerk of Courts, and to serve a copy of your Answer on the attorney for the Plaintiff, Michael W. Hanson, at the address below, within thirty (30) days from the date of service of this Second Amended Summons upon you, exclusive of the day of such service.

If you fail to do so, judgment by default will be rendered against you as requested in Plaintiff’s Complaint sixty (60) days after the completed service of Plaintiff’s Amended Summons and Complaint.

NOTICE

South Dakota law provides that upon the filing of a Complaint for divorce or separate maintenance and upon personal service of the Complaint and Summons on the defendant, a Temporary Restraining Order shall be in effect against both parties until the final Decree is entered, the Complaint is dismissed, or until further order of the Court. Either party may apply to the Court for further temporary order or modification or revocation of the Order.

TEMPORARY RESTRAINING ORDER

BY ORDER OF THE COURT, YOU AND YOUR SPOUSE ARE:

A. Restrained from transferring, encumbering, concealing or in any way dissipating or disposing of any marital assets, without the written consent of the other party or an order of the Court, except as may be necessary in the usual course of business or for the necessities of life. You are required to notify the other party of any proposed extraordinary expenditures and to account to the Court for all extraordinary expenditures made after the Temporary Restraining Order is in effect.

B. Restrained from molesting or disturbing the peace of the other party.

C. Restrained from removing any minor child of the parties from the State of South Dakota without the written consent of the other party or an order of the Court.

D. Restrained from making any changes to any insurance coverage fro the parties or any child of the parties without the written consent of the other party or an order of the Court unless the change under the applicable insurance coverage increases the benefits, adds additional property, persons, or perils to be covered, or is required by the insurer.

NOTICE

South Dakota law provides that upon the filing of a Summons and Complaint for divorce or separate maintenance or any other custody action or proceeding, and upon personal service of copies of the summons and complaint and South Dakota Visitation Guidelines on the Defendant, the South Dakota Visitation Guidelines attached to the Amended Summons filed with the Court on September 29, 2021 shall become an Order of the Court upon fulfillment of the requirements of service. Any minor child of the marriage shall remain the custody of the parent who has been the primary caregiver for the minor child for the majority of time in the twelve (12) months proceeding the filing of the summons and complaint, unless the parties agree otherwise. The South Dakota Visitation Guidelines shall apply and continue in effect, unless the parties agree, or the Court orders otherwise. Imposition of the South Dakota Visitation Guidelines creates no presumption as to who shall be awarded custody at any hearing.

Dated this 29th day of October 2021.

/s/ Michael W. Hanson

Michael W. Hanson

Attorney for Plaintiff

505 W 9th St, Ste 100

Sioux Falls, SD 57104

(605) 332-8227

mikelawsfsd@yahoo.com 

Published four times at the total approximate cost of $157.20

Dec. 15, 22, 29 & Jan 5, 2021 

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South dakota 

newspaper 

association

___ Notice of  ___

___ Public HEARING  ___

The public is invited to attend a public hearing and provide comments on the draft Public Participation Plan for the Sioux Falls Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO). The MPO participants include the cities of Brandon, Crooks, Harrisburg, Hartford, Sioux Falls, and Tea; Lincoln County and Minnehaha County; South Eastern Council of Governments (SECOG); South Dakota Department of Transportation; Federal Highway Administration; and Federal Transit Administration.  The Public Participation Plan (PPP) establishes policies for the various ways in which to contact people, give them the information they need, hear their concerns, respond to their concerns, and incorporate their concerns into final products created for the Metropolitan Transportation Planning Process.

The public hearing on the draft PPP will be held via Zoom video conference on January 13, 2022, at 2:00 PM CT.  The public hearing will be conducted by the MPO’s Technical Advisory Committee.  Interested parties may attend by calling 312.626.6799 or going to https://zoom.us/join. The meeting ID is 832 3582 4142 and the passcode is 601565. In addition, interested parties may attend the hearing at the SECOG Center boardroom, 500 N. Western Avenue, Sioux Falls.  Persons with Disabilities should contact SECOG at 605.681.8175 at least 48 hours before the public hearing if you have special needs for which special arrangements can be made.

The draft document is available at: http://siouxfallsmpo.org/committees/tac/agendas/. A printed copy is available by request to SECOG, 500 N. Western Avenue, Sioux Falls, SD 57104.  Written comments on the draft PPP may be submitted to SECOG at the address above or emailed to planner105@secog.org during a 45-day comment period running from January 13, 2022 to February 27, 2022.

The MPO planning area boundary is defined as: In Minnehaha County: the Townships of Sioux Falls, Split Rock, and Wayne; Sections 1 thru 4 and 9 thru 36, of Benton Township; Sections 13 thru 36 of Brandon Township; Sections 13 thru 16, 21 thru 28, and 33 thru 36 of Hartford Township; Sections 2 thru 11 and 13 thru 36 of Mapelton Township; Sections 18 thru 19 and 30 thru 31 of Red Rock Township; Sections 6 thru 7, 18 thru 19, and 30 thru 31 of Valley Springs Township.  In Lincoln County: the Township of Springdale; Sections 2 thru 11 of Township 99 Range 49 of Dayton Township; the Township of Delapre except sections 7 thru 8, 17 thru 20, and 29 thru 32 of Township 100 Range 51; Sections 1 thru 12 of LaValley Township; Sections 1 thru 4 and 12 of Perry Township. 

Published at the approximate cost of $25.17

Dec. 22, 2021

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