Legals: February 23, 2022

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Brandon Valley School District

____ Invitation to Bid ____

Sealed bids for the Construction of  the Brandon Valley High School Classroom Addition in Brandon, South Dakota,  will be received by Jarod Larson, Superintendent of Schools, Brandon Valley School District, at the Brandon Valley School District Administration Center Conference Room, located at 300 South Splitrock Boulevard, Brandon, South Dakota until 2:00 p.m. prevailing time on Thursday, March 10, 2022. The bids will be opened and read aloud.

A single combined bid will be received in accordance with the Construction Documents prepared by Architecture Incorporated, dated February 21, 2022.  All bidders shall take note of the AIA Document A701 “Instruction to Bidders”, the AIA Document A201 “General Conditions of the Contract for Construction”, and the Supplementary Conditions which are a part of the Construction Documents.

Plans and Specifications will be made available to all Prime Bidders and major subcontractors through CADD Engineering Supply (CES), located at 615 South Lyons Avenue, Suite 100, Sioux Falls, South Dakota; Prime Bidders and major subcontractors should contact Derek Gors at (605) 332-2550 or  print@cescolor.com.  Copies of the Plans and Specifications shall require a deposit of $150 each.  Deposits shall be made payable to Architecture Incorporated. Deposits will be refunded if the set is returned to CADD Engineering Supply (CES) in good condition within 10 days of the bid opening. 

Plans and Specifications may be examined at the office of the architect, Architecture Incorporated, 415 South Main Ave., Sioux Falls, South Dakota, and with the Owner at the Brandon Valley School District Administration Offices, 300 South Splitrock Boulevard, Brandon, South Dakota.

Addenda will be uploaded to the Architecture Incorporated website at www.architectureinc.com under the ‘Projects Out for Bid’ section as they are issued.  All bidders are encouraged to check the website regularly for the most current addendum information.

Each bidder must deposit bid security with the bid.  Such security shall be based upon the amount of the base bid and shall consist of a Bid Bond for ten percent (10%) of the amount or a certified check, cashiers check or draft in the amount of five percent (5%) of the base bid and drawn on a State or National Bank.  Such Bid Bond shall be issued by a surety authorized to do business in the state of South Dakota and payable to the Owner.  The Bid Bond shall guarantee the execution of the contract by the successful bidder and shall be held by the Owner until said contract is executed.  

No bidder may withdraw a bid for 30 days following the bid opening without a written request explaining the cause of the withdrawal and without written consent of the Owner after reviewing the cause.

The Owner reserves the right to reject any and all bids or parts hereof, and to waive any irregularities of any bid.  The Owner also reserves the right to award the Contract to the lowest responsible bidder as may be determined by the Owner.

Paul J. Lundberg, Business Manager

Brandon Valley School District No. 49-2

Legal Advertising Dates:

February 23, 2022  BV Journal

March 2, 2022  BV Journal

Published twice at the approximate cost of $57.60

Feb. 23 & Mar. 1, 2022

 

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Brandon Valley School District

 

_________ Minutes _________

The regular meeting of the Brandon Valley Board of Education, Brandon, SD was held at 6:30 p.m. on the 14th of February 2022 at the Brandon Valley High School Community Room with the following members present:  Renee Ullom, Gregg Ode, Ellie Saxer, Nick Scott, and Gregg Talcott.  Absent: None.  Also present were Superintendent Jarod Larson, Business Manager Paul Lundberg, High School Principal Mark Schlekeway, High School Associate Principal Mitzi Moore, Middle School Principal Brad Thorson, Intermediate School Principal Nick Skibsted, Assistant Intermediate School Principal Rick Pearson, Brandon Elementary Principal Merle Horst, Valley Springs/Inspiration Elementary Principal Tanya Palmer, Fred Assam Elementary Principal Susan Foster, Robert Bennis Elementary Principal Kristin Hofkamp, Director of Instruction Sherri Nelson, and Operations Manager Ty Hentschel.

Renee Ullom called the regular meeting to order at 6:30 p.m., beginning with the Pledge of Allegiance.

Motion by Talcott, seconded by Saxer to approve the agenda as presented.  Motion carried.

Motion by Ode, seconded by Scott to approve the minutes of the regular board of education meetings of January 10, 2022 and the regular meeting of January 24, 2022 as presented.  Motion carried.

Motion by Saxer, seconded by Scott to approve the bills & claims as submitted (see attached).

Motion carried.

The cash report for the month of January, 2022 showed receipts of $2,315,134.21 and disbursements of $4,155,986.95 leaving a balance of $14,110,817.39.  The General Fund had receipts of $1,927,031.56, sent a temporary interfund transfer of $363,449.64 to the Bond Fund, and disbursements of $2,931,461.27, leaving a balance of $6,602,480.11.  Capital Outlay Fund had receipts of $37,545.43 and disbursements of $255,476.01, leaving a balance of $5,211,316.75.  Special Education Fund had receipts of $283,113.11 and disbursements of $580,199.34, leaving a balance of $1,564,095.11.  Bond Redemption Fund had receipts of $17,944.11, received a temporary interfund transfer of $363,449.64, and disbursements of $381,393.75, leaving a balance of $0.00.  Enterprise Fund had receipts of $49,500.00 and disbursements of $269.13, leaving a balance of $71,932.60. Lastly, the Capital Projects Fund has receipts of $0.00, and disbursements of $7,187.45, leaving a balance of $663,255.03.

The January, 2022 payroll totaled $2,426,051.89 which $1,225,996.87 was instructional, $649,723.73 was support services, $39,579.46 was co-curricular, $405,549.21 was Special Education, $104,952.62 was Food Service, and $250.00 was Driver’s Education. 

Motion by Ode, seconded by Scott to approve the financial reports as presented for the month of January, 2022.  Motion carried.

Administrative reports were presented.   Superintendent Jarod Larson reported on the following:

The COVID-19 Information Website: https://brandonvalley.k12.sd.us/covid/covid.html is the centralized communication hub.   THE MESSAGE:  If you are sick – stay home!  COVID-19 vaccination available for children ages  5-11.  Larson encouraged families to communicate with their primary care provider and make the right personal choice for their situation.

The 2022-23 Budget process has begun with budget forms/documents distributed early January, 2022.  The Business Office will compile and review by March 2022.  At tonight’s meeting we will present the 5-year plan along with new staffing positions.  In March 2022, the preliminary Capital Outlay budget will be presented for approval in order for major items to be bid in a timely manner.  In May 2022, we will hold a preliminary budget presentation and in July 2022, we will hold the public budget hearing for potential action.

A School Board Election for two (2), three-year (3-year) seats will be held on Tuesday, June 21, 2022 (if necessary).  The earliest date to circulate a petition is April 7, 2022; the deadline for return of petitions is May 13, 2022 (candidates must file a Financial Interest Statement within 15 days of filing a nominating petition.)  If you have any further questions regarding this process, please contact the Business Office. 

Tentative 2022-23 negotiations timeline/wage recommendations will begin with a pre-negotiation meeting between the BVSD Admin and the Brandon Valley Education Association (BVEA) sometime in March.  The Personnel Welfare and BVEA plan to meet on March 22, 2022 with a scheduled BOE Executive Session for negotiations preparations on March 28, 2022.  A Personnel Welfare/BVEA Negotiations meeting is then scheduled for March 30, 2022 (with additional dates scheduled thereafter, if necessary).  Tentatively, at the April 11, 2022 Board of Education regular meeting we will plan to ratify the 2022-23 Master Contract, approve Classified wage recommendation/approve Administration Salary recommendations, and enter Superintendent contract negotiations.

BV Listens 2.0!  The BV School District has disseminated a work environment survey to staff (for both certified and classified staff) which closed on January 18, 2022.  This aligns with our Strategic Plan for staff development to support highly effective teachers, leaders and staff.   We are now in the process of compiling data with the results to follow.

Legislative Session Update:  Joint Associated School Boards of South Dakota (ASBSD)/School Administrators of South Dakota (SASD)/Large School Group Information Resources are available on their web-site.

Kindergarten Screening registration is now open for school year 2022-23 is open and will begin this week.  Please contact your respective Elementary school for information.

Good new reports will be held at the second meeting of the month as follows:  February-Special Services; March-Intermediate School; April-Middle School; and May-High School.

BVHS Addition Schedule (Overview of Important Dates)

Thursday, February 10, 2022 @ 2:00 p.m. ~ Bids Due/Open Bids

Monday, February 14, 2022 – Reject all bids/rebid the project (technical error within the low bid)

Publish notification 2/23/2022 and 3/02/2022

Thursday, March 10, 2022 @ 2: p.m. – Bids Due/Open Bids

Monday, March 14, 2022 – Award Bid (School Board Approval)

Monday, May 2, 2022 ~ Parking Lot Construction begins

- Parking Lot Construction to be completed by Monday, August 1, 2022

Wednesday, June 1, 2022 ~ BVHS Addition Construction begins

Friday, June 16, 2023 ~ Substantial Completion

Friday, June 30, 2023 ~ Final Completion

The BVHS Addition priorities include General Classrooms, Ground Floor Special Education, Science Lab Classrooms, Maximize Land Usage/ Upgrade East Facility Face, all while minimizing the impact to parking.

Current School Calendar items include the following: Friday, February 18, 2022-No school; Monday, February 21, 2022-No school (President’s Day); Monday, March 14, 2022-Elementary/BVHS Parent-Teacher Conferences; Tuesday, March 15, 2022-Intermediate/Middle School Parent-Teacher Conferences; Thursday, March 17, 2022-School in session (make up snow day); Friday, March 18, 2022-No school (comp day); and Friday, April 1, 2022-No school (in-service).

In recognition of the dedicated leadership in public education and for improving achievement for all public-school students, the Associated School Board of South Dakota (ASBSD) honors the Brandon Valley School Board President Renee Ullom, Vice President Gregg Ode, and members Ellie Saxer, Gregg Talcott, and Nick Scott during the South Dakota School Board Recognition Week of February 21-25, 2022.  At Brandon Valley, we are thankful for THE best and most dedicated School Board.  Thank you from all of us, you are very appreciated!

Brandon Valley Intermediate School Principal Nick Skibsted spoke to the Board of Education.  He stated that they were able to hold a Spelling Bee this year, which had been canceled in two consecutive years due to COVID.  A 6th grade student won the regional contest this weekend!  Secondly, Brandon Valley Intermediate School Band Instructor, Del Hubers, then addressed the board.  Mr. Hubers reviewed the 5th and 6th grade band options and hours spent learning their instruments.  Mr. Hubers attended the South Dakota Bandmasters event held this last week and was happy to report that after meeting with his colleagues at this event, Brandon Valley has a very generous offering of hours and large number of students participating in Band at this starting point of 5th and 6th grade. Upcoming important dates and events to note:  February 28th ~ 5/6th grade band concert with 270 students; April 11th ~ District  5th - 12th concert; April 12th ~ District Percussion Night; and finally, May 17th ~ Spring concert, which will include a beginning 5th grade band composition composed just for our 5th grade band.  Mr. Hubers reported requesting a special composition to be written for just a 5th grade band, and after choosing which composition that will be featured for our band, the students will then have the opportunity to hold a “zoom meeting” with the composer that actually wrote the piece for our band!  Mr. Hubers thanked the Board of Education for their continued support of our band programs!  

Fred Assam Elementary School Principal, Susan Foster, reported that for the month of January, FAE Student Council sponsored a “penny war” to collect money for the South Dakota Honor Flight.  They also held a valentine’s day fundraiser and with these monies collected, they will be hosting an event at FAE on Thursday, February 24th at 1:30 p.m. with Congressman Dusty Johnson and honor flight representatives in order to present this gift.

Business Manager Paul Lundberg reviewed the Brandon Valley School District’s 2022-27 Five Year Plan.  This plan can be viewed in its entirety at www.brandonvalleyschools.com on the Business Office tab.

Motion by Talcott, seconded by Scott to approve the following general business items:

1. Approve proposal from Innovative Office Solutions for carpet replacement at Fred Assam Elementary, per the Sourcewell Contract #080819-TFU in the amount of $145,978.02, as presented.

Deny BVSD Petition for a Residency Exception (#22-004), effective for the 2021-22 school year.

Approve recommendation to reject all bids for the Brandon Valley High School Additional and rebid the project, as presented.

Motion carried.

Motion by Saxer, seconded by Ode to approve the following personnel items:

Approve recommendation to hire through transfer, Sarah Gruber, part-time BVMS Child Nutrition worker to full-time BVMS Child Nutrition worker, $14.84/hour, effective February 14, 2022.

Approve request for leave without pay by Amanda Miller, part-time BVIS Child Nutrition worker, January 31 and February 1, 2022 (two days), as presented.

Approve recommendation to hire Elizabeth Sanders, VSE Academic and Student Health Services Educational Assistant, full-time, $15.90/hour, effective February 7, 2022.

Approve resignation from Denae Haiar, 8th Grade Girls Basketball Coach – contingent on finding a suitable replacement, effective at the end of the 2021-22 school year

Approve resignation from Teresa East, part-time Child Nutrition worker, effective January 27, 2022.

Approve resignation from Hayley Schacht, FAE Third Grade Teacher, effective at the end of the 2021-22 school year.

Approve recommendation to hire through transfer Ardis Lippert, from FAE Elementary Educational Assistant to BE Evening Custodian, $16.50/hour plus $1.00/hour night differential, effective February 7, 2022.

Approve resignation from Elizabeth Tjeerdsma, VSE Third Grade teacher, effective at the end of the 2021-22 school year.

Approve resignation from Teresa VanBelle, BVIS full-time Child Nutrition, effective February 22, 2022.

Approve recommendation to hire Adam Rothenberger, BVMS Assistant Principal, $75,000, 10-month contract (204) days), two-year contract, effective August 10, 2022, and Middle School Activities Coordinator ~ 10.7% of Extra-curricular Step Base, $4,354, Total contract of $79,354 as presented.

Approve the following substitutes for the 2021-22 school year:  Mariah Anderson, Ryan Hofer, Briana Kacmarynski, Laura Patzer, and Michelle Wiegand.

Motion Carried.

The Board of Education reviewed the following (presented for information only):

Request for maternity leave by Danielle Hartog, BVIS Special Education Educational Assistant, effective on or around April 2, 2022, through the end of the 2021-22 school year.

Request for sick leave from Mary Thue, BVHS part-time Child Nutrition worker, effective January 31, 2022, for approximately 12 days. 

Communications received by the Central Office and Board of Education were reviewed.  They included the following items:

Building Permit Applications – January 2022.

Board reports were reviewed.  Board Member Ellie Saxer reported on a recent Child Nutrition/Wellness Committee meeting.  Saxer thanks the group of professionals planning and preparing for this committee.  She reminded us that a lot had been on hold due to COVID but there is a lot that is getting ready to be back on board with health and wellness opportunities and with health professionals returning to our school for events.

Motion by Saxer, seconded by Scott to go into Executive Session at 7:19 p.m. per SDCL 1-25-2.3 ~ Review Communication from Legal Counsel.  Motion Carried.

The Board of Education came out of Executive Session and into Open Session at 7:24 p.m.

Motion by Saxer, seconded by Scott to adjourn at meeting at 7:25 p.m.  Motion carried.

SignedBusiness Manager

Approved by the Board of Education this 14th day of March, 2022.

Signed

Chairperson

 

BRANDON VALLEY SCHOOL DISTRICT 49-2

INVOICE LISTING

FEBRUARY 2022 PAYEE, DESCRIPTION, AMOUNT;

3D SECURITY INC, IE-FIRE ALARM REPAIRS, 234.70; 

9 SQUARE IN THE AIR, RBE-PE SUPPLIES, 880.49; 

A&B BUSINESS SOLUTIONS INC, DISTRICT-COPIER LEASE, 7,125.00,  HS-COPIER SUPPLIES, 94.90, IS-COPIER SUPPLIES, 94.90, PRINT SHOP SUPPLIES, 75.85, A TO Z WORLD LANGUAGES, INC, INTERPRETER SERVICES, 154.50; ABC-CLIO, HS LIBRARY-ONLINE DATABASE, 89.00; ACE HARDWARE - BRANDON, BE-CLASSROOM SUPPLIES, 329.40, FAE-CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES, 31.48, HS-CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES, 120.96, HS-ONE ACT PLAY SUPPLIES, 95.93, IE-CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES, 73.10, GROUNDS SUPPLIES, 177.25, I.T. SUPPLIES, 94.98, SNOW REMOVAL, 490.00, TRANSPORTATION SUPPLIES, 157.80; ACKERMAN, JOHNNY, BBB WORKER, 35.00; ACT, ACT PREP-ONLINE LICENSES, 1,946.75; AHMANN, NIC, BBB OFFICIAL/MILEAGE, 189.04; ALL AMERICAN SPORTS/RIDDELL, FB EQUIP REPAIRS, 6,824.42; ALLIANCE COMMUNICATIONS, IS-PRINCIPAL SUPPLIES, 325.00, UTILITIES-TELEPHONE/INTERNET, 10,292.00; ALPERS, MICHAEL, BBB WORKER, 92.50, GBB WORKER, 42.50; ALPHACARD, IS-PRINCIPAL SUPPLIES, 132.96; AMAZON, ELEMENTARY-STEM SUPPLIES, 124.96, BE-CLASSROOM SUPPLIES, 306.89, HS-ORAL INTERP SUPPLIES, 272.06, HS-PRINCIPAL SUPPLIES, 239.36, AMAZON (CONT’D), HS-TEXTBOOKS, 216.51,  IE-CLASSROOM SUPPLIES, 101.01, IS-GUIDANCE SUPPLIES, 107.50, RBE-PE SUPPLIES, 354.84, RBE-PRINCIPAL SUPPLIES, 116.92,  BUSINESS OFFICE SUPPLIES, 77.98, ELL SUPPLIES, 161.90; ANDERA, BRIAN, GBB OFFICIAL, 80.00; ANDERSON, CORY, BUS PASS REFUND, 75.00; ANDERSEN, LUKE, BBB OFFICIAL/MILEAGE, 172.24; A-OX WELDING SUPPLY CO, HS-IND TECH SUPPLIES, 229.77,, HS SHOP-PLASMA CUTTER (PERKINS), 2,063.33; ARCHITECTURE, INC, HS ADDITION-ARCHITECT FEES, 63,520.00; AREA II SUPERINTENDENTS, MEMBERSHIP DUES, 175.00; AREND, DEREK, BBB OFFICIAL, 80.00; ATS INC, HS-PHONE REPAIRS, 135.00, MS-PHONE REPAIRS, 95.00; AUGUSTANA UNIVERSITY, TUITION, 6,400.00; AUDIO VIDEO INTEGRATIONS LLC, BE-NORTH GYM SOUND SYSTEM UPGRADE, 3,890.00; BARNES & NOBLE BOOKSELLERS, BE-LIBRARY BOOKS, 26.78, HS-TEXTBOOKS, 287.75, MS-LIBRARY BOOKS, 53.15; BASTIAN, TERESA, MILEAGE, 286.23; BATTERIES PLUS #75, MS-CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES, 860.85; BAUER BUILT INC, BUS TIRES-#013, 2,139.15, BUS TIRES-#114, 1,154.83, BUS TIRES-#131, 1,546.15; BAYMONT INN & SUITES, TRAVEL-ALL STATE CHORUS/ORCHESTRA, 633.00, TRAVEL-STATE TRACK, 220.00, TRAVEL-STATE VB, 760.00; BENNETT, AMIE, MILEAGE, 14.10; BENNETT, PENNY, CONCESSIONS WORKER, 30.00; BETHKE, BRANDI, BUS PASS REFUND, 75.00; BLAINE’S SERVICE, GROUNDS-TIRE REPAIRS, 26.00; BLAKE, ANDIA, YEARBOOK REFUND, 65.00; BOONE, TRACY, GBB OFFICIAL, 60.00; BRANDON, CITY OF, UTILITIES-WATER/SEWER, 6,650.32; BRENTHAVEN, MS 1:1 SUPPLIES, 924.00; BRANDON LUMBER CO, INC, HS-CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES, 27.20, HS-ONE ACT PLAY SUPPLIES, 451.70; BROWN, CHRIS, BBB OFFICIAL, 80.00, GBB OFFICIAL, 40.00; BRUFLAT, DAVE, BBB OFFICIAL, 80.00, GBB OFFICIAL, 140.00; BSN SPORTS, BBB SUPPLIES, 2,340.00; BUNKER, TROY, WRES WORKER, 125.00; BURGGRAAF, MELISSA, MILEAGE, 107.16; BUYSSE, CALEB, WRES OFFICIAL/MILEAGE, 350.40; BRANDON VALLEY BOOSTER CLUB, STATE C/D WORKER MEALS, 926.32; BRANDON VALLEY FOOD SERVICE, SPEC ED SUPPLIES, 83.61; BRANDON VALLEY MEDIA GROUP, LEGALS, 338.12; BVSD ADVANCED PAYMENTS, ADVANCED PAYMENTS, 6,212.06; CANDY, JESSICA, BUS PASS REFUND, 50.00; CARROLL INSTITUTE, DRUG/ALCOHOL COUNSELING SVCS, 1,280.00; CENTURY LINK, UTILITIES-TELEPHONE, 152.17; CHICOINE, JENNIFER, MILEAGE, 243.46; CHILDREN’S CARE HOSPITAL, TUITION, 3,960.00; CHILDRENS HOME SOCIETY, TUITION, 7,784.40; CHRISTOPHERSON, DAVE, BUS PASS REFUND, 75.00; CLUBHOUSE HOTEL & SUITES, TRAVEL-SPEC ED DIRECTOR, 309.64; COLEMAN, BRAD, GBB OFFICIAL, 100.00; COLE PAPERS, DISTRICT-CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES, 746.54; COMFORT INN & SUITES, TRAVEL-MS INSTRUCTION, 147.15; CONCORDANCE HEALTHCARE SOLUTIONS, DISTRICT-CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES, 23.89; CONSTELLATION NEWENERGY, UTILITIES-GAS, 19,995.24; CORE EDUCATIONAL COOP, ONLINE COURSES, 29,575.00; CORNEMANN, DAVE, WRES OFFICIAL/MILEAGE, 375.60; COUGHLAN COMPANIES LLC, BE-LIBRARY BOOKS, 729.28; CULLIGAN WATER CONDITIONING, HS-CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES, 80.00; CUMMINS CENTRAL POWER, LLC, BUS REPAIRS-#192, 287.28; DAKOTA ALIGNMENT & FRAME SVC, BUS REPAIRS-#181, 528.94, BUS REPAIRS-#092, 911.94; DAKOTA AUTO PARTS, TRANSPORTATION SUPPLIES, 37.30; DAKOTA FLUID POWER INC, GROUNDS SUPPLIES, 312.97; DAKOTA POTTERS SUPPLY, HS-ART EQUIP REPAIRS, 75.47; DAKOTA SUPPLY GROUP, DISTRICT-PLUMBING SUPPLIES, 1,730.27, MS-CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES, 82.98; DEANS DISTRIBUTING, LUBRICANTS, 524.05; DEGROOT, DREW, WRES OFFICIAL/MILEAGE, 233.60; DEINERT, ANDY, BBB OFFICIAL/MILEAGE, 163.84; DEMCO, FAE-LIBRARY SUPPLIES, 34.09; DESPEIGLER, GREGG, BBB OFFICIAL/MILEAGE, 189.04; DIDAX, SPEC ED SUPPLIES, 28.48; DOCKENDORF EQUIPMENT CO, INC, FUEL TANK REPAIRS, 3,162.20; DULANEY, AMY, MILEAGE, 68.57; DUST-TEX SERVICE, INC, LAUNDRY, 1,887.66; DTB SYSTEMS, FAE-MASTER CLOCK REPAIRS, 127.55, RBE-INTERCOM REPAIRS, 1,730.88; ECOLAB PEST ELIMINATION, DISTRICT-PEST CONTROL, 1,405.52; EDUCATIONAL ADVANTAGES, STAFF TRAINING, 200.00; EFFLING, ROSS, GBB OFFICIAL/MILEAGE, 147.88; ELSE, ADAM, BE-CLASSROOM SUPPLIES, 15.00; ENGRAVER’S EDGE, QUIZ BOWL SUPPLIES, 87.00; FASTENAL COMPANY, IS-CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES, (9.00), MAINT SHOP SUPPLIES, 64.35; FIALA, DUANE, BBB OFFICIAL, 100.00; FLEET PRIDE, BUS REPAIRS, 1,015.42, BUS REPAIRS-#192, 357.52, GROUNDS SUPPLIES, 149.72, TRANSPORTATION SUPPLIES, 165.24; FLOWER MILL, THE, BOE SUPPLIES, 234.90; FOLLETT CONTENT SOLUTIONS LLC, HS-ELA ADOPTION, 1,497.60; FOSTER, SUSAN, REGISTRATION, 655.00, TRAVEL, 1,621.23; FUCCELLO, LISA, REGISTRATION, 125.00, TRAVEL, 58.75; GE PRECISION HEALTHCARE LLC, TRAINER EQUIP MAINTENANCE, 206.25; GEHRKE, HEIDI, MILEAGE, 177.66; GEHRKE, WAYNE, MILEAGE, 139.12; GERLACH, ERIK, BBB OFFICIAL, 100.00; GERRY, BRIAN, GBB OFFICIAL, 100.00; GINGLES, DOUGLAS, WRES OFFICIAL, 300.00; GLOBAL INDUSTRIAL, VB SUPPLIES, 322.06; GOSSE, MARIE, MILEAGE, 77.55; GRAINGER, IS-ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES, 23.48; GRATE INTERPRETING, INTERPRETER SERVICES, 420.00; GRAYBAR ELECTRIC CO, INC, HS-ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES, 704.24; G & R CONTROLS, DISTRICT-HVAC SUPPLIES, 713.76, BE-HVAC REPAIRS, 4,531.15, BE-HVAC SUPPLIES, 1,067.90, MS-HVAC REPAIRS, 3,439.92; GROUP RESOURCES, HRA ADMIN FEES, 2,043.00; GROWMARK LUBRICANTS, LUBRICANTS, 865.70; GRUIS, ERIC, WRES OFFICIAL/MILEAGE, 312.60; HAENFLER, JEFF, GBB OFFICIAL/MILEAGE, 193.24; HAUFF MID-AMERICA SPORTS, BBB SUPPLIES, 20.95, GBB SUPPLIES, 557.05, WRES SUPPLIES, 218.00; HAUGLID, THOMAS, GBB OFFICIAL, 100.00; HEILING, KAREN, HS-ONE ACT/FALL PLAY COSTUMER, 1,000.00; HEJL, MYA, BBB WORKER, 105.00; HELM, BRAD, BBB WORKER, 160.00, GBB WORKER, 40.00, WRES WORKER, 205.00; HENSON, CHUCK, MILEAGE, 155.57; HILLYARD/SIOUX FALLS, DISTRICT-CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES, 1,445.36, IS-CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES, 439.90, MS-CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES, 31.80; HOFF, KELSEY, MS-MATH SUPPLIES, 79.84; HONEY, JASON, BBB OFFICIAL, 80.00, GBB OFFICIAL, 80.00; STAN HOUSTON EQUIP CO, INC, HS-WOODS SUPPLIES, 183.85; HUISMAN, ADAM, ADMIN CTR-PLUMBING REPAIRS, 99.77; HUSHER, ANTHONY, BBB OFFICIAL, 160.00, GBB OFFICIAL, 120.00; INNOVATIVE OFFICE SOLUTIONS, DISTRICT SUPPLIES, 2,539.00, DISTRICT-CLASSROOM FURNISHINGS, 42,084.75, RBE-LIBRARY FURNISHINGS, 1,296.17, TRANSPORTATION SUPPLIES, 740.47, BUSINESS OFFICE SUPPLIES, 5.33; INTERSTATE ALL BATTERY CENTER, BUS REPAIRS, 1,223.55, GROUNDS SUPPLIES, 49.95, TRANSPORTATION SUPPLIES, 194.40; INTRADO INTERACTIVE SVCS CORP, SCHOOL NOTIFICATION SYSTEM, 7,290.00; ISI LLC, INTERPRETER SERVICES, 1,365.00; IVERSON, JEREMY, GBB OFFICIAL, 60.00; JARDING, LAURA, BUS PASS REFUND, 75.00; JOHNSON CONTROLS, INC, ADMIN CTR-HVAC HVAC REPAIRS, 710.12, FAE-HVAC REPAIRS, 1,180.21, HS-HVAC REPAIRS, 9,147.02, VSE-HVAC REPAIRS, 843.25;JOHNSON, ANDY, BE-CLASSROOM SUPPLIES, 53.98; JOHNSTON, JIM, BBB OFFICIAL, 100.00; JOHNSTONE SUPPLY, MAINT SHOP SUPPLIES, 567.61; JONES, KRIS, MILEAGE, 230.77; JORDAHL, TOM, BBB OFFICIAL, 240.00; JOSEPH, MOLLY, SPEECH JUDGE, 60.00; JOSTENS, HS-GRADUATION SUPPLIES, 50.14; KELM, SARAH, DRIVER’S ED REFUND, 250.00; KEMNITZ, AUSTIN, GBB OFFICIAL, 60.00; KENDELL DOORS AND HARDWARE LLC, DISTRICT-SECURITY LOCKS, 1,510.00; KIEL, KASONDRA, LIBRARY FINE REFUND, 31.00; KIRKEBY, AL, BBB OFFICIAL, 60.00; KLIEGEL, JOSHUA, SPEECH JUDGE, 70.00; KLUDT, JENILEE, BUS PASS REFUND, 75.00; KOST, TODD, GBB OFFICIAL, 100.00; KREG ENTERPRISES INC, HS-WOODS SUPPLIES, 85.36; KRIER & BLAIN, INC, FAE-HVAC REPAIRS, 3,499.20, HS-PLUMBING REPAIRS, 1,841.99, IS-PLUMBING REPAIRS, 5,259.23, RBE-PLUMBING REPAIRS, 757.91; KRINGEN, MERISSA, IE-CLASSROOM SUPPLIES, 284.56; KUHNEL, SHAWN, BBB OFFICIAL, 80.00, GBB OFFICIAL, 120.00; LAMBERTY, GRACE, SPEECH JUDGE, 60.00; LANGNER, LUKE, BBB OFFICIAL, 100.00; LARSON, JAROD, MILEAGE, 761.40; LAWSON PRODUCTS INC, TRANSPORTATION SUPPLIES, 116.47; LEARNING RESOURCES, TITLE I SUPPLIES, 23.94; LEARY, JEAN, BUS PASS REFUND, 150.00; LINDNER, ERIN, BE-CLASSROOM SUPPLIES, 86.75; LIVEBINDERS INC, CURRICULUM DIRECTOR SUPPLIES, 24.95; LOGAN, BOB, BBB WORKER, 150.00, GBB WORKER, 50.00; LONG, STACIE, GBB WORKER, 22.50, WRES WORKER, 22.50; LOWER, DRAKE, BBB OFFICIAL, 80.00, GBB OFFICIAL, 80.00; MACK, JASON, GBB OFFICIAL, 80.00; MACKIN EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES, IS-LIBRARY BOOKS, 1,493.80; MANLEY TIRE & OIL SERVICE, IMPALA TIRES, 229.52; MARCO, DEB, BUS DRIVER PHYSICAL, 75.00; MARV’S SANITARY SERVICE, GARBAGE PICKUP, 68.50; MATHESON TRI-GAS INC, TRANSPORTATION SUPPLIES, 81.84; MATTHIESEN, KEITH, GBB OFFICIAL/MILEAGE, 117.64; MCINROY, DAWN, GBB OFFICIAL, 200.00; MECHANICAL SALES SD INC, MS-HVAC MOTORS, 1,400.00; MELILLO, DEVON, TRAVEL/MEALS, 146.38; MENARDS-SIOUX FALLS EAST, HS-CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES, 30.87, IS-CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES, 329.47, MS-CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES, 22.29, MAINT SHOP SUPPLIES, 29.99, TRANSPORTATION SUPPLIES, 31.47; MEYERS, NATE, BBB WORKER, 75.00, GBB WORKER, 110.00; MIDWEST BUS PARTS, BUS REPAIRS, 1,099.83; MIDAMERICAN ENERGY, UTILITIES-GAS, 18,637.24; MIDSTATES AUDIO, INC, HS ACTIVITY CTR-SOUND SYSTEM REPAIRS, 1,317.45; MIDWAY SERVICE/VOLLAN OIL, FUEL, 23,207.60, GROUNDS SUPPLIES, 598.50; MONTE’S WOODSHOP, HS-SCIENCE SUPPLIES, 360.00; MORRIS, MAX, GBB OFFICIAL/MILEAGE, 159.64; MURTHA, CHRISTINE, MILEAGE, 113.83; MURTHA, DAN, MS-SOC STUDIES SUPPLIES, 131.52; NEALE, RYAN, BBB OFFICIAL/MILEAGE, 189.04; NEISES, BRADYN, WRES OFFICIAL/MILEAGE, 102.60; NELSON, SHERRI, REGISTRATION, 2,000.00; NETTESTAD, TYLER, HS-BAND SUPPLIES, 459.06; NHS/NASSP, NHS SUPPLIES, 169.00; NIMCO INC, MS-GUIDANCE SUPPLIES (T.A.T.U.), 335.40; NOEM, ANNIKA, BBB WORKER, 55.00, GBB WORKER, 80.00; NORTH CENTRAL TRUCK EQUIP, BUS REPAIRS, 3,974.22; NORCOSTCO, INC., HS-ONE ACT PLAY SUPPLIES, 436.50; O’CONNOR COMPANY, HS-HVAC MOTORS, 985.52; OTC BRANDS, INC, FAE-PRINCIPAL SUPPLIES, 93.91, RBE-PRINCIPAL SUPPLIES, 38.46; OTHEIM, WENDY, MILEAGE, 214.32; PARKSTON SCHOOL DISTRICT 33-3, TUITION, 1,253.92; PEARSON, CASSIE, BE-CLASSROOM SUPPLIES, 117.38; PERMA-BOUND, FAE-LIBRARY BOOKS, 511.18, VSE-LIBRARY BOOKS, 92.68; PERFORMANCE PRESS, DISTRICT BROCHURE FOLDERS, 2,343.25, HS-ONE ACT PLAY POSTERS, 65.00, WRES BRACKET POSTERS, 54.80; PFEIFER IMPLEMENT, GROUNDS SUPPLIES, 541.78, BOBCAT-ROOT GRAPPLE, 3,790.00; PODHRASKY, HAROLD, BBB OFFICIAL, 80.00, GBB OFFICIAL, 180.00; POKETT, AARON, BUS PASS REFUND, 150.00; POPPLERS MUSIC INC, HS-BAND REPAIRS, 50.00, HS-BAND SUPPLIES, 613.70, HS-VOCAL MUSIC SUPPLIES, 147.88, IS-BAND REPAIRS, 49.40, IS-BAND SUPPLIES, 163.35, IS-ORCHESTRA REPAIRS, 45.00, MS-BAND REPAIRS, 75.45, MS-BAND SUPPLIES, 205.28, MS-VOCAL MUSIC SUPPLIES, 282.50; PRESLER, RYAN, WRES WORKER, 245.00; PROED, SPEC ED TEXTBOOKS, 691.90; QUADIENT LEASING USA, INC, POSTAGE MACHINE LEASE, 972.00; R&L SUPPLY, LTD, DISTRICT-PLUMBING SUPPLIES, 1,259.70, RBE-PLUMBING SUPPLIES, 1,356.26; REALLY GOOD STUFF, IE-PRINCIPAL SUPPLIES, 63.36, VSE-PRINCIPAL SUPPLIES, 40.63; READING BUS LINE, INC, GBB-WATERTOWN, 700.00, WRES-ROCHESTER MN, 1,700.00; REITER, JULIE, MILEAGE, 45.68; RENAISSANCE, BE-READING SOFTWARE, 95.80, FAE-READING SOFTWARE, 49.75, IE-READING SOFTWARE, 39.65, IS-READING SOFTWARE, 93.15, RBE-READING SOFTWARE, 354.51, VSE-READING SOFTWARE, 13.55; RENNEBERG HARDWOODS, HS-WOODS SUPPLIES, 998.51; RICKETTS JR, JIM, BBB OFFICIAL, 100.00; ROBINSON, ERIC, BBB OFFICIAL, 80.00; ROBINSON, WHITNEY, IE-GUIDANCE SUPPLIES, 224.10, VSE-GUIDANCE SUPPLIES, 76.71, MILEAGE, 296.57; ROTO-ROOTER, BE-FLOOR DRAIN, 255.00, BE-SEWER LINE, 460.00, HS-SEWER LINE, 395.00, MS-SEWER LINE, 385.00; RSCHOOLTODAY, AD SOFTWARE, 595.00, STAFF TRAINING, 120.00; RYAN, ISAIAH, BBB OFFICIAL, 80.00, GBB OFFICIAL, 120.00; SAVVAS LEARNING CO, IS-TEXTBOOKS, 133.43, DRIVERS ED TEXTBOOKS, 6,787.50; SCHOOL BUS, INC, HS/MS STUDENT COUNCILS-PIERRE, 1,995.00; SCHEPEL, STEVE, BBB OFFICIAL/MILEAGE, 109.24; SCHLEKEWAY, MARK, HS-ELA SOFTWARE, 199.99; SCHMID, ERIC, BBB OFFICIAL, 120.00, GBB OFFICIAL, 40.00; SCHOOL SPECIALTY LLC, BE-ART SUPPLIES, 28.56, FAE-PE SUPPLIES, 42.20, FAE-PLAYGROUND SUPPLIES, 174.55, SCHOOL SPECIALTY LLC (CONT’D), IE-OT/PT EQUIP, 585.66, IE-PRINCIPAL SUPPLIES, 47.64, RBE-CLASSROOM FURNISHINGS, 385.46, VSE-CLASSROOM SUPPLIES, 26.01; SD DEPT OF AGRICULTURE, APPLICATOR LICENSE FEE, 45.00; SOUTH DAKOTA RETIREMENT SYSTEM, EXCESS FICA CONTRIBUTION-BUSINESS MGR, 386.40, EXCESS FICA CONTRIBUTION-SUPT, 2,959.82; SOUTHEAST AREA COOPERATIVE, MEDICAID ADMIN FEE, 1,784.47; SOUTHEASTERN BEHAVIORAL HLTHCR, TUITION, 3,567.96; SERSHEN, GINA, IS-SCIENCE SUPPLIES, 153.04; SIOUX FALLS UTILITIES, UTILITIES-WATER/SEWER, 772.45; SHAR PRODUCTS CO, IS-ORCHESTRA SUPPLIES, 172.50, MS ORCHESTRA-CELLOS, 10,450.00; SHAYKETT, CAL, SPEECH JUDGE, 240.00; SHUTES, CASSONDRA, MILEAGE/MEALS, 140.03; SINGHISEN, CONNOR, GBB OFFICIAL/MILEAGE, 159.64; SISK, MATT, BBB OFFICIAL, 40.00, GBB OFFICIAL , 40.00; SITTIG, MELANIE, HS-ONE ACT PLAY SUPPLIES, 255.69; SJO LLC, SNOW REMOVAL, 1,890.00; SKYWARD INC, 1095C PROCESSING, 1,087.13, W-2 PROCESSING, 1,661.69; SPELLMEYER, DAVE, GBB OFFICIAL, 60.00; SPLITROCK LANDSCAPING/NURSERY, SNOW REMOVAL, 3,755.00; STRAND, KIRK, WRES OFFICIAL, 190.00, WRES WORKER, 125.00; STUDER, JAKE, BBB OFFICIAL, 100.00; STURDEVANT’S AUTO PARTS, GROUNDS SUPPLIES, 505.36, BUS REPAIRS, 83.64, TRANSPORTATION SUPPLIES, 12.09; SUDENGA, JASON, BBB OFFICIAL, 80.00; SUNDVOLD, TERRY, BBB OFFICIAL, 240.00, GBB OFFICIAL, 80.00; SUNSHINE FOODS, DISTRICT SUPPLIES, 1,273.88; SUPER 8 PIERRE, TRAVEL-STATE FFA, 129.00; SIOUX VALLEY ENERGY, UTILITIES-ELECTRICITY, 93,562.86; SIOUXLAND INSULATION, FAE-CHILLER REPAIRS, 611.23; TALCOTT, GREGG, BBB OFFICIAL, 340.00, GBB OFFICIAL, 470.00; TALLEY, KEVIN, BBB OFFICIAL, 100.00; TASC, FLEX SPENDING FEES, 717.25; TAYLOR, LEE, BBB OFFICIAL, 100.00; TEACHWELL SOLUTIONS, COOP SERVICES (QUARTERLY BILLING): BCBA, 22,735.00,  CAREER ACADEMY, 52,800.00,  OT, 54,762.50,  PROJECT SEARCH, 13,110.75,  PT, 55,362.50,  STRIVE, 3,244.00,  THRIVE/TRANSITION, 11,013.03, COOP SERVICES (MONTHLY BILLING):  PROSPER, 20,480.00,  PSYCHOLOGIST, 150.00,  SLP, 600.00, TIE, ONLINE COURSES, 2,975.00; TINY SPARROW-MEGHAN ANDERSON, MS-GUIDANCE SUPPLIES (T.A.T.U.), 135.00; TITAN MACHINERY, TOOLKAT REPAIRS, 1,481.63; TK ELEVATOR CORPORATION, HS ELEVATORS-SERVICE AGREEMENT, 6,555.69; TUSCHEN, KYLE, BBB OFFICIAL, 80.00; TYLER TECHNOLOGIES INC, TECH SUPPORT-FLEET MAINTENANCE, 943.21;  SOFTWARE, UNIVERSAL PEDIATRIC SERVICES, NURSING SERVICES, 2,137.50; UNISHIPPERS, DISTRICT SHIPPING, 55.87; VALLEY SPRINGS, CITY OF, UTILITIES-WATER/SEWER, 648.00; VAN BEEK, ALAN, GBB OFFICIAL, 120.00; VAN EDE, LORI, PAC WORKER, 40.00; VARSITY SPIRIT FASHION, CHEER SUPPLIES, 380.00; VERIZON WIRELESS, MOBILE PHONES, 497.28; VISSER, ERIN, BE-CLASSROOM SUPPLIES, 21.99; VLAMINCK, CURT, MILEAGE, 417.36; VOGEL MOTORS AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR, VAN REPAIRS-#52, 75.00; WM CORPORATE SERVICES (WASTE MGMT), GARBAGE PICKUP, 4,601.88; WATERMAN, TONY, GBB OFFICIAL, 100.00; WATKINS, KATHERINE, BBB WORKER, 95.00; WAYSMAN, BETHANY, HS-SPANISH SUPPLIES, 59.88; STEVE WEISS MUSIC, MS BAND-GONG STAND, 568.95; WEST MUSIC, IE VOCAL MUSIC-INSTRUMENT SET, 1,912.50; WHETHAM, BRIAN, BBB OFFICIAL/MILEAGE, 110.08; WINTER, ASHLEY, BUS PASS REFUND, 150.00; WINTER, MELINDA, HS-ASL SUPPLIES, 23.94; WOIDYLA, SAM, BBB WORKER, 50.00, GBB WORKER, 50.00; XCEL ENERGY, UTILITIES-ELECTRICITY, 3,361.11; ZFX INC, HS MUSICAL-FLYING EFFECTS, 5,050.00; 816,855.18; 

 

PAY VOUCHERS

Jacob Adams - Bus Aid, 388.85; Doug Barnes - Substitute, 750.00; Jason Bisbee - Substitute, 40.00; Andia Blake - Substitute, 250.00; Nicole Boltjes - Bus Driving, 222.20; Sandy Breitzman - CNS Substitute, 135.00; Dylan Briest - BBB/GGG Clock, 95.00; Nancy Brown - Substitute, Theater Usher, 477.50; Brenda Burch - Substitute, 2,000.00; Lisa Burchill - Substitute, 875.00; Ashlee Callahan - Substitute, 375.00; Anthony Carda - Bus Driving, 24.00; Corey Christensen - BBB Official, 90.00; Matt Christensen - Saturday School, 150.00; Chris Constant - Bus Driving, 1,344.74; Kathryn Davis - Substitute, 937.50; Judith Donahoe - Substitute, 1,625.00; Patrick Donelan - Substitute, Driver’s Ed, 4,050.00; Wilma Drenth - Substitute, 1,367.50; Lisa Ducheneaux - Theater Usher, 20.00; Bailey Durfee - BVIS Tutoring, 225.00; Susan Dykes - Substitute, 125.00; Lexi Ellingson - Substitute, 252.00; Adam Else - Concession hours, 924.00; Jessica Farley - Substitute, 500.00; Sheila Finch - Substitute, 1,250.00; Brooke Finn - Bus Driving, 55.55; Sarah Fischenich - Substitute, 152.50; Roxie Geerdes - GBB Clock, 160.00; Todd Geerdes - Substitute, 2,325.00; Germaine Glieden-Lindquist - Substitute, 1,000.00; Wes Gravning - Bus Driving, 1,416.53; Tom Grode - BBB Shot Clock, 25.00; Lexia Groen - Substitute, 125.00; Rhonda Gross - Substitute, 187.50; Paula Hagen - MS Tutoring, 50.00; Mohamed Hashi - Custodial Substitute, 42.00; Keegan Hecht - Substitute, 60.00; David Heck - Substitute, 125.00; Joni Heggen - Bus Driving, 1,222.10; Tena Heikes - Substitute, 110.50; Chuck Henson - Tape BOE Meetings , 80.00; Rick Hilton - Substitute, BBB/WR/GBB Worker, 640.00; Kelsey Hoff - GBB/BBB Official, 620.00; William Hood - Bus Driving, 111.10; Pam Hubers - Bus Driving, 139.71; Jessica Hunsaid - GBB/BBB Shot Clock, 95.00; Mallory Husher - GBB/BBB Clock, 150.00; Kristi Jacobson - Bus Driving, 750.06; Wilma Kirkeby - GBB/BBB Clock, 445.00; Joe Krivarchka - GBB/BBB Official, 190.00; Norman Jordan - Bus Driving, 1,499.85; Abby Kaschmitter - Substitute, 1,500.00; George Kellogg - Substitute, 521.50; Kimberly Kelly - Substitute, 1,125.00; Stephanie Kessler - Substitute, 1,500.00; Jennifer Klawitter - Nurse Substitute, 187.50; Megan Kirvarchka - Nurse Substitute, 580.50; Kama Kwiecinski - Substitute, 846.00; Tabitha LaFond - Substitute, 714.00; Paula Lammert - Substitute, Driver’s Education, 2,162.00; Amanda Larson - Long-term Nurse Substitute, 3,000.00; Amber Larsen - Substitute, 735.00; Ron Larson - Bus Driving, 772.51; Kali Lien - Substitute, 125.00; Kate Livingston - Substitute, 1,125.00; Missy Livingston - Theater Usher, 40.00; Wanda Logan  - Substitute, 528.50; Randy Marso - Substitute, GBB/BBB Worker, 1,440.00; Ashley Matzke - Substitute, 2,300.00; Kathy Metzger - Substitute, 1,187.50; Jerry Meyer - Bus Driving, 2,683.28; Susie Meyer - Substitute, 500.00; Leah Moody - BVMS Tutoring, 25.00; Dan Murtha - Substitute, 20.00; Lynn Nielsen - Bus Driving, 353.46; Rachel Ochoa - Substitute, 1,375.00; Brady Olson - Substitute, 140.00; Ron Paclik - Bus Driving, 55.55; Lisa Parker - Substitute, 4,700.00; Jessica Paquette - Substitute, 125.00; Brent Paulsen - Bus Driving, 499.95; Laura Peschong - Substitute, 1,125.00; Jon Peters - WR Score table, 125.00; Annette Peterson - Substitute, 500.00; Stephanie Peterson - Substitute, 250.00; Dean Pierson - Substitute, 125.00; Don Pottebaum - Bus Driving, 1,816.50; Kraig Presler - WR Score table, 245.00; Julie Reiter - Theater Usher, 20.00; Bailey Relf - Substitute, 20.00; Jodi Robertson - Substitute, 20.00; Marshal Brandon Rogers - GBB/BBB Official, 180.00; Chad Schaeffer - BVMS Detention, Substitute, 265.00; Kayla Schindling - BVIS Tutoring, 300.00; Ken Schmitt - Bus Driving, 1,888.70; Britney Schwing - Substitute, 437.50; Ann Sittig - Substitute, 1,375.00; John Sjaarda - Bus Driving, 111.10; Jennifer Smedsrud - GBB Clock, 40.00; Gwen Smith - Bus Driving, 270.81; Madysne Smith - WR Tickets, 35.00; Stephanie Sparts - Substitute, BVMS Tutoring, 65.00; Mark Stadem - GBB/BBB Shot Clock, 290.00; Abbie Strasser - WR Tickets, 35.00; Hope Stultz - Teachwell RBT Stipend, 2,500.00; Ashton Swift - Substitute, 125.00; Kyla Taschner - Substitute, 1750.00; Diann Terpstra - WR Worker, 190.00; Jacque Terveer - ECH Screening, Tickets, 465.00; Patsy Terveer - GBB/BBB/WR Tickets, 345.00; Brad Thorson - GBB/BBB Worker, 180.00; Tressa Tingle - Substitute, 96.00; Claire Toth - Substitute, 2,100.00; Kelli Vellema - Nurse Substitute, 1,437.50; Gerry Wachter - Bus Driving, 1,499.85; Monica West - Bus Aide, 611.16; Chris White - Substitute, 20.00; Karlie Winckler - BBB Tickets, 45.00; Cory Winter - Bus Driving, 250.81; Heather Youtzy - Substitute, 250.00; TOTAL, $ 82,542.87;

 

BRANDON VALLEY SCHOOL DISTRICT 49-2

INVOICE LISTING - FOOD SERVICE

FEBRUARY 2022

PAYEE, DESCRIPTION, AMOUNT; ALLPOINTS FOODSERVICE, SUPPLIES, 85.85; BIMBO BAKERIES USA, FOOD PURCHASES, 2,700.00; BVSD ADVANCED PAYMENTS, ADVANCED PAYMENTS, 75.65; CASH-WA DISTRIBUTING, FOOD PURCHASES, 15,404.07; CHESTERMAN CO, FOOD PURCHASES, 282.79; DACOTAH PAPER, SUPPLIES, 14,062.55; ESJD - SIOUX FALLS, FOOD PURCHASES, 17,085.56; EDDY, ALISON, MILEAGE, 62.04; GLOBAL DISTRIBUTING INC, FOOD PURCHASES, 1,478.10; HILLYARD/SIOUX FALLS, SUPPLIES, 2,190.72; HOFF, DAVID, LUNCH ACCT REFUND, 28.60; IS RESTAURANT EQUIP/SUPPLY, SUPPLIES, 214.24; IS RESTAURANT EQUIP SVCS, REPAIRS, 2,019.56; KRUSE, ANDREA, MILEAGE, 47.94; MEYERINK, TRACI, MILEAGE, 11.84; PEPSI-COLA, FOOD PURCHASES, 1,051.02; PERFORMANCE FOODSERVICE, FOOD PURCHASES, 126,805.58; POMEGRANATE MARKET, FOOD PURCHASES, 40.44; RODRIGUEZ, JEFFERSON, LUNCH ACCT REFUND, 5.80; SANFORD, ERIN, LUNCH ACCT REFUND, 16.10; SIOUX FALLS RUBBER STAMP WORKS, SUPPLIES, 23.74; SMARTSENSE BY DIGI, DISTRICT-TEMP CONTROL SYSTEM, 5,028.27; UPGRADE, VANDENHOEK, RICK, LUNCH ACCT REFUND, 19.40; WHITLEY, TABITHA, LUNCH ACCT REFUND, 45.30; 188,785.16; 

Published once at the approximate cost of $353.66

Feb. 23, 2022

 

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City of Brandon

____ Advertisement ____ 

____ for bids ____

Owner: City of Brandon, South Dakota

Owner’s Address: 304 South Main Avenue

Brandon, SD 57005

Project:  West Side Sanitary Sewer Extension

Brandon, South Dakota

Sealed BIDS for the construction of the West Side Sanitary Sewer Extension will be received by the City of Brandon at City Hall at 304 South Main Avenue, PO Box 95, Brandon, SD 57005, before 10:00 A.M. local time March 1, 2022, and then at said office publicly opened and read aloud.  Bids will be acted upon by the Owner at a later time.  The Project shall consist of the following work and approximate quantities and kinds of materials:

780 LF of 8” PVC Sanitary Sewer 

1,130 LF of 10” PVC Sanitary Sewer

2,600 LF of 12” PVC Sanitary Sewer

3,500 LF of 15” PVC Sanitary Sewer

110 LF of 16” Steel Casing (Trenchless)

170 LF of 24” Steel Casing (Trenchless)

24 EA 48” Sanitary Sewer Manholes

3,400 TON of Gravel Surfacing

Along with RCP culverts, minor storm sewer and street reconstruction, grading, seeding, and site restoration.

The CONTRACT DOCUMENTS may be examined at the following locations:

City of Brandon

304 South Main Avenue

Brandon, SD 57005

DGR Engineering

2909 East 57th Street

Suite 101

Sioux Falls, SD 57108

Complete digital project bidding documents are available at www.questcdn.com.  You may download the digital plan documents for $20.00 by inputting Quest project #8127725 on the website’s Project Search page.  Please contact QuestCDN.com at 952-233-1632 or info@questcdn.com for assistance in free membership registration, downloading, and working with this digital project information.  An optional paper set of the proposal forms and specifications for individual use may be obtained from the office of the Engineer, DGR Engineering, 2909 East 57th Street, Suite 101, Sioux Falls, SD 57108, telephone 605-339-4157, Fax 605-339-4175, e-mail: dgr@dgr.com.  Resident South Dakota contractors who intend, in good faith, to bid upon this project may obtain a paper set of these documents free of charge.  Non-resident contractors may receive these documents upon payment of $200.00, none of which is refundable. All proposals shall be made on forms provided by the Engineer.

Construction Services in South Dakota are subject to tax under SDCL 10-46A.  Contractors shall include the applicable tax in their bid price for each item of work.  Tax questions should be directed to the South Dakota Department of Revenue at 800-829-9188.

Each bid must be accompanied by bid security payable to the Owner for five (5%) percent of the total amount of the Bid as a certified or bank check issued by a State or National bank or ten percent (10%) as a bidder’s bond.  

With submittal of a Bid, the Contractor represents that he has visited the site, familiarized himself with the local conditions under which the work is to be performed, and correlated his observations with the requirements of the Contract Documents.

The Owner reserves the right to reject any and all bids or to accept any bid.  Contractor’s Proposals shall hold firm for thirty (30) days from the date of opening.  Mutually agreed upon extensions of time may be made, if necessary.

City of Brandon

By /s/                                                                       

Bryan Read, City Administrator

Publication Dates:  February 16th, 2022 and February 23rd, 2022

Published twice at an approximate cost of $64.51.

Feb. 16 & 23, 2022

 

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City of Brandon

 

____ Notice to Bidders ___

Pressure Reducing Valve Installation

Brandon, South Dakota

Sealed bids will be received by the City of Brandon, South Dakota, at City Hall at 304 Main Avenue, P.O. Box 95, Brandon South Dakota 57005 until 2:00pm, local time, March 1, 2022, and then will be publicly opened at 308 Main Avenue and read immediately thereafter.

The project generally consists of furnishing and installing approximately 470 new water pressure reducing valves in the City of Brandon.

Bidding documents may be examined at:

City of Brandon

304 Main Avenue

Brandon, SD 57005

(605) 582-6515

Upon request, a bidder who intends, in good faith, to bid upon the project, one paper copy of the bidding documents will be furnished at no charge.

Bid shall be submitted on the prescribed form. Bids will be rejected if they show any conditions or uncalled for alternative bids. All bids shall be on the basis of cash payment according to the terms of the bidding documents.

The submittal of the Bid will constitute an incontrovertible representation by Bidder that the Bidder has examined carefully the bidding documents, visited the site, is familiar with the local conditions under which the work is to be performed, and correlated bidder’s observation with the requirements of the bidding documents. 

Each bid shall be accompanied by a Bid Security as specified in the bidding documents. Successful bidder shall begin the Work on receipt of the Notice to Proceed and shall complete the Work within the Contract Time.

The City of Brandon reserves the right to retain the bid security of the three lowest bidders for a period not to exceed 30 days after the date and time set for opening of the bids. The City of Brandon reserves the right to reject any and all bids or any parts thereof.

Tami Jansma

City Engineer, City of Brandon

Publish: February 16, 2022

February 23, 2022

Published twice at an approximate cost of $36.86.

Feb. 16 & 23, 2022

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Brandon Township

__________ Notice __________

ANNUAL TOWNSHIP MEETING NOTICE

The Citizens of the Township of Brandon Township in the County of Minnehaha County, South Dakota and who are qualified to vote at Township elections, are hereby notified that the Annual Township Meeting for said Township will be held at Brandon Township Hall 25993 482nd Ave in Corson, SD, on TUESDAY, the 1st day of March 2022, at 7:00pm, for the following purposes:

To elect one Supervisor for the term of three years; one Township Clerk, one Treasurer, each for the term of one year; discuss township business of funding emergency services, railroad crossing at 259th Street , weed control & mowing, snow removal, culvert policy and any other business proposed to be done by the public at said meeting when convened.

Given under my hand this 16 day of February 2022, Elizabeth Aaker Township Clerk

Please find out more at www.BrandonTownshipSD.com

Dated this 16th day of February, 2022.

Published twice at the approximate cost of $19.01.

Feb. 16 & 23, 2022 

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Valley Springs

 Township

__________ Notice __________

Notice of Annual Township Meeting

The citizens of the Township of Valley Springs, in the County of Minnehaha, South Dakota, and who are qualified to vote at general elections, are hereby notified that the Annual Township Meeting for said Township will be held at the Valley Springs Fire Station in said Township, on Tuesday, the 1st day of March next, at 7:00 pm of the said day, for the following purposes:  

To elect One Supervisor, One Township Clerk, One Township Treasurer, One Constable, and do any other business proper to be done at said meeting when convened.  In case of inclement weather, the annual meeting will be held one week later on March 8th .

Given under my hand this 10th day February, 2022.

Glen Scott, Clerk 

Published twice at the approximate cost of $15.55.

Feb. 16 & 23, 2022

 

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East Dakota 

Educational 

Cooperative

_________ Minutes _________

Regular Meeting 

 Tuesday, January 18, 2022

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

January 18, 2022 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 presented.  On a roll call vote, the following voted aye:  Sandal, Klinkhammer, and Ullom.  Voting nay: none.  Motion carried.

Motion by Klinkhammer, seconded by Sandal to approve the December 21, 2021 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.

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:  

December total payroll:  $423,143.27.

Additions to Pay:

HOOVER, LEE 35.47 Overtime; MCCANN, SARAH 8.63 Overtime; OSTER, TIFFANY 751.50 Extra Duty; RALSTON, ANNLEE 530.88 Extra Duty; THOMPSON, MATT 82.76 Straight Time; UHRICH SR, MARK 77.82 Straight Time; WELBERT, TAYLOR 8.12 Overtime.

Reductions in Pay:

TRUDEAU, ABBY -$208.00 December 

Reductions to Staff:  Lindsay Eining – resigned position as Success Coach in Strive Program effective January 7,

2022.

December disbursements in the amount of $89,704.13 were as follows:  ABC AUTOMATIC BUILDING CONTROL, $600.00; AMERICINN, $77.00; ANDERSON, TYLER, $106.68; APPLE, $1328.00; ARGUS LEADER, $119.41; BERKE, AMY, $300.00; BJORNEBERG, LISA, $28.98; BRANDON VALLEY MEDIA GROUP, $70.27; BUCHHOLZ, KELSEY, $300.00; CENTURY BUSINESS PRODUCTS, $845.02; COMMTECH, $23720.00; EAST DAKOTA FOUNDATION, $19150.00; ECOWATER SYSTEMS, $34.00; EFAX, $16.95; FEY, AMANDA, $113.40; GARRETT METAL DETECTORS, $3975.00; GREEN EGGS AND RAM, $108.50; HOFFMAN, BRIANNA, $18.90; HOLIDAY INN EXPRESS, $77.00; JCL SOLUTIONS, $1230.45; KEEGAN, NICOLE, $150.00; LYNN, JACKSON, SHULTZ & LEBRUN, PC, $4988.22; MATHESON, $11761.30; MAXWELL FOOD EQUIPMENT INC, $125.03; MCCROSSAN BOYS’ RANCH, $25.05; MICROSOFT, $133.13; MIDAMERICAN ENERGY, $4432.45; MIDCO, $489.35; MIDSTATES QUALITY IMPRINTED SPORTSWEAR, $111.20; MOEGE, ANNE, $300.00; MORK, DIANNE, $88.62; MUTSCHELKNAUS, AMY, $57.12; NASCO EDUCATION, -$414.00; NOLDNER, TERRI, $84.00; NOVAK SANITARY SERVICE, $438.00; OFFICE DEPOT, $353.33; OUTKA, JANEEN, $309.12; QUALIFIED PRESORT SERVICE, $207.46; R & D TECHNOLOGY LLC, $1500.00; SANFORD HEALTH PLAN, $117.65; SCHOOL MATE, $114.00; SD DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION, $1173.73; SDACTE, $450.00; SFM, $1341.00; SIOUX FALLS UTILITIES, $609.30; SKYWARD, $137.50; THOMPSON, LORELEI, $149.52; TYLER, DIANNA, $75.60; UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE, $11.60; VERIZON WIRELESS, $261.99; WILDFLOWER CLEANING COMPANY, $5402.40; XCEL ENERGY, $2500.90

Motion by Klinkhammer, second by Sandal 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. STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA - ADD PT TO BIRTH TO THREE, $13800, 2022C-037 #2

2. GROTON SCHOOL DISTRICT - PROJECT SEARCH TUITION, $8740.50, 22.PS.GT.764.01

Motion by Sandal, second by Klinkhammer to adjourn the meeting at 5:08 p.m.  On a roll call vote, the following voted aye:  Sandal, Klinkhammer, and Ullom.  Voting nay: none.  Motion carried.

 Approved this 15th day of February, 2022.

Board President

Business Manager

Published once at the approximate cost of $39.74

Feb. 23, 2022

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Minnehaha County

___ Notice to Bidders ___

MC20-08 Minnehaha County Guardrail Rehabilitation

PROJECT DESCRIPTION 

This project consists of grading and installation of new bridge guardrail at three locations as well as bridge rail replacement at two locations.  

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. Wednesday, March 9, 2022. 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 approximate cost of $9.92

Feb. 23, 2022

 

___ Notice to Bidders ___

MC19-06 Minnehaha County Culvert Replacement

PROJECT DESCRIPTION 

This project consists of replacing 2 culverts in Minnehaha County. One is a 96” reinforced concrete pipe 0.9 miles west of the Sioux Falls Regional Landfill. The other culvert is a 12’x7’ precast box culvert 2 miles northeast of Rowena. Work consists of removal and replacement of both culverts, in-slope grading, and rip rap. 

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. Wednesday, March 9, 2022. 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 approximate cost of $11.84

Feb. 23, 2022

 

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Minnehaha County

 

___ Notice to Bidders ___

Minnehaha County Highway Department requests formal proposals (bids) for “2022-2023 Annual Highway Materials”.

These contracts consist of furnishing specified materials for the annual term of the contract, generally including:

No. 1—Medium-Curing Cutback Asphalt (MC-70)

No. 2—Hot Mix Asphalt (HMA) Concrete Pavement

No. 3—Snow Plow and Motor Grader Blade Cutting Edges

No. 4—Abrasive Salt Mixture (Salt Sand)

No. 5—Rock Salt and Transportation

Sealed proposals shall be received by Minnehaha County Auditor’s Office, 415 N Dakota Avenue, Sioux Falls, SD  57104, not later than 10:15 a.m. March 9th, 2022.  Formal Proposals (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. Formal Proposals (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 formal Proposals (Bids), waive technicalities, and make award(s) as deemed to be in the best interest of the county. 

Published once at the approximate cost of $14.08

Feb. 23, 2022

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Minnehaha County

 

__________ Notice __________

NOTICE OF REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS FOR

REALTOR SERVICES

FOR SALE OF MINNEHAHA COUNTY OWNED

LAND AND BUILDING

Date: February 15, 2022

Minnehaha County, South Dakota, hereby solicits qualified and interested parties to submit responses to the Request for Proposals for providing realtor services for the sale of Minnehaha County owned land and building.

This request for proposals is for the marketing of a county-owned property legally described as Lots 1,2,3,4 & 5 inclusive and Lots 25 and 26, all in Block 52, Airport Addition to the City of Sioux Falls, Minnehaha County, State of South Dakota, according to the Recorded Plat thereof.  Specifications for this request for proposals are available and may be obtained at the Office of the Minnehaha County Auditor.  Proposals are also available on the Minnehaha County web site located at www.minnehahacounty.org.  

Responses to a request for proposals for providing marketing services as a real estate agent or broker to the Minnehaha County Board of Commissioners will be received by the Minnehaha County Board of Commissioners, at the Office of the Minnehaha County Auditor, Minnehaha County Administration Building, 415 N. Dakota Avenue, Sioux Falls, South Dakota, at 10:30 am on March 16, 2022.  An award of a contract associated with this request will be made at a regular meeting of the Minnehaha County Board of Commissioners.

The Minnehaha County Board of Commissioners reserves the right to waive any irregularities deemed advantages to Minnehaha County and to reject any or all proposals.

Bennett Kyte, Auditor

Minnehaha County

Published once at the approximate cost of $17.28

Feb. 23, 2022

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Minnehaha County

 

_________ Minutes _________

THE MINNEHAHA COUNTY COMMISSION CONVENED AT 9:00 AM on February 15, 2022, pursuant to adjournment on February 1, 2022. COMMISSIONERS PRESENT WERE: Barth, Bender, Beninga, and Karsky.  Also present were Kym Christiansen, Commission Recorder, and Eric Bogue, Chief Civil Deputy State’s Attorney.

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

Commissioner Karksy recognized Gail Foerster and Matthew Satter for achieving their South Dakota Appraiser license since starting in December of 2021.   

CONSENT AGENDA

MOTION by Karsky, seconded by Barth, to approve the consent agenda. By roll call vote: 4 ayes. The consent agenda includes the following items:

Commission Meeting Minutes for February 1, 2022   

Bills to be Paid   $6,329,256.76   

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$45.91, CENTURY BUSINESS PRO Maintenance Contracts $767.43, CENTURYLINK Contract Services $13.53, CENTURYLINK Data Communications $1295.66, CENTURYLINK Telephone $1973.07, CERTIFIED LANGUAGES Interpreters $24.75, CHAGOLLA, ALBERT Interpreters $104.17, CHARMTEX INC COVID Expenses $1935, CHASING WILLOWS LTD Welfare Rent $3748, CHRIS BRYAN Education & Training $86.5, CHRISTENSEN, TERRY Welfare Rent $3200, CINDY WILSON Store Inventory $52.76, CIVIL DESIGN INC Architects & Engineers $7127.25, CLASSIC CONVENIENCE Gas Oil & Diesel $82.5, CLASSIFIED VERTICALS Publishing Fees $549, COLLIERS SECURITIES Trust-Administration Fees $1000, COLTON REDIMIX INC Bldg/Yard Repair & Maintenance $1704, COMPUTER FORENSIC RE Professional Services $1140, CONSTRUCTION SUPPLY Construction Safety $21, COREMR LC Maintenance Contracts $652.5, COSTCO WHOLESALE COR Building Repairs & Maintenance $23.96, COSTCO WHOLESALE COR Janitorial Chemical Supplies $69.86, COSTCO WHOLESALE COR Other Supplies $29.98, COSTCO 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KATTERHAGEN, MARK Bd Exp Fees (Yankton) $51, KAUFFMAN, DAVID W PH Psych Evals $6000, KEEZ PROPERTY MANAGE Welfare Rent $1650, KENNEDY PIER & LOFTU Attorney Fees $485.1, KNECHT, ANDREW J Attorney Fees $664, KNOBLOCH, KATHY Welfare Rent $4250, KOCH HAZARD ARCHITEC HHS $10630, KOCH HAZARD ARCHITEC Repair/Renovations $23824, KOCH, ELIZABETH J Bd Exp Fees (Minnehaha) $96, KOLETZKY LAW OFFICE Attorney Fees $214.9, KONOP, BRETT Welfare Rent $2010, KRAYCO WINDOW TREATM Repair/Renovations $680, KUM&GO 0611 SIOUX FA Business Travel $42.43, KURITA AMERICA HOLDI Heat, Vent & AC Repairs $30182.64, KWIK TRIP 937000093 Gas Oil & Diesel $21.74, KYRA ENTERPRISES LLC Motels $265, LACEY RENTALS INC Lease-Rental Agreement $125, LACEY VILLAGE TOWNHO Welfare Rent $3380, LANGUAGELINE SOLUTIO Interpreters $194.95, LANGUAGELINE SOLUTIO Telephone $132.24, LARSON, DANA J Bd Exp Fees (Yankton) $60, LAUGHLIN LAW LLC Attorney Fees $1379.2, LAWSON PRODUCTS INC Small Tools & Shop Supplies $194.83, LEGACY VILLAGE Welfare Rent $4657.16, LEWIS DRUGS INC Clinics - Auxiliary Services $108.82, LEWIS DRUGS INC Pharmacies $725.52, LEWNO LAW OFFICE Bd Exp Fees (Yankton) $458.09, LEXJET CORPORATION Program Activities $963.97, LG EVERIST INC Bridge Repair & Maintenance $1646.34, LISA CARLSON REPORTI Court Reporters $178.4, LISA KUTTER Program Activities $100, LOCKWOOD, DARCY Bd Exp Fees (Yankton) $51, LOPEZ, REBECA Interpreters $50, LOVING, PHILIP Bd Evaluations (Minnehaha) $1310.86, LOWES HOME CENTERS, Jail Repairs & Maintenance $36.98, LOWES HOME CENTERS, Small Tools & Shop Supplies $198.82, LUTHERAN SOCIAL SVCS Evening Report Center $5134.86, LUTHERAN SOCIAL SVCS Shelter Care/Reception Center $83794.74, MAC’S HARDWARE Bldg/Yard Repair & Maintenance $43.01, MAC’S SIOUX FALLS, S Bridge Repair & Maintenance $69.99, MAC’S SIOUX FALLS, S Truck Repairs & Maintenance $2.45, MACIE LUPICA Program Activities $40, MAESCHEN, JOSEPH Taxable Meal Allowances $120, MAGGIE SENNE Program Activities $100, MAILCHIMP Advertising $51.99, MAJESTIC RIDGE LIMIT Welfare Rent $2983, MALLOY ELECTRIC Plumbing & Welding $341.3, MANATRON INC Professional Services $22641.48, MARIA MUNKVOLD Business Travel $120, MARSH & MCLENNAN LLC Notary Exp $178.75, MCLEODS PRINTING & O Printing/Forms $6691.85, MENARD INC Bldg/Yard Repair & Maintenance $361.27, MENARD INC Bridge Repair & Maintenance $155.69, MENARD INC Building Repairs & Maintenance $155.99, MENARD INC Janitorial Chemical Supplies $19.36, MENARD INC Road Material Inventory $347.13, MENARD INC Small Tools & Shop Supplies $221.74, METRO COMMUNICATIONS Miscellaneous Expense $53853.17, MICHAEL KUTTER Program Activities $100, MICROFILM IMAGING SY Contract Services $1628.7, MICROFILM IMAGING SY Furniture & Office Equipment $240, MICROFILM IMAGING SY Lease-Rental Agreement $405, MICROFILM IMAGING SY Maintenance Contracts $633, MICROFILM IMAGING SY Software $4700, MIDAMERICAN ENERGY C Natural Gas $11661.5, MIDAMERICAN ENERGY C Welfare Utilities $464.19, MIDCONTINENT COMMUNI Amounts Held For Others $140, MIDCONTINENT COMMUNI Telephone $110, MIDWEST FIDELITY PAR Automotive/Small Equipment $287.7, MIDWEST WELLNESS Professional Services $4350, MIDWESTERN MECHANICA Jail Repairs & Maintenance $605.61, MIDWESTERN MECHANICA Outside Repair $193.88, MINKOTA LLC Welfare Rent $3975, MINNEHAHA COMMUNITY Tea-Ellis Range $45, MINNEHAHA COMMUNITY Water - Sewer $40, MISSOURI STAR QUI Program Activities $72.6, MONARCH SALES COMPAN Donations $169, MURRAY PROPERTIES LL Welfare Rent $3290, NACDL Education & Training $299, NACDL Memberships $290, NAPA AUTO PARTS Automotive/Small Equipment $67.95, NAPA AUTO PARTS Small Tools & Shop Supplies $7.71, NEW CENTURY PRESS Professional Services $20.69, NEW CENTURY PRESS Publishing Fees $1597.63, NEW MEXICO DEPARTMEN Copy Fees $5, NI DMV DLR Copy Fees $7.5, NNA SERVICES LLC Notary Exp $129, NORTHEAST INVESTMENT Welfare Rent $9753, NORTHERN NATURAL GAS Sign Deposits $50, NORTHERN TOOL & EQUI Small Tools & Shop Supplies $1084.95, NOVAK Office Supplies $291.1, NOVAK Trash Removal $675.07, NYBERG’S ACE HARDWAR Office Supplies $5.99, NYBERGS ACE HARDWARE Small Tools & Shop Supplies $2.4, OAKWOOD ESTATES Welfare Rent $3051, OFFICE DEPOT INC Office Supplies $1066.29, OFFICECRAVE Furniture & Office Equipment $307.76, OFFICEMAX/DEPOT 6118 Office Supplies $18.29, OFFICEMAX/DEPOT 6118 Publishing Fees $18.44, OLSON LAW FIRM LLC Attorney Fees $4123.25, OLSON, ROBERT Extradition & Evidence $74, OMAHA HARDWOOD LUMBE Program Activities $1406.57, OSBORN, ROXANE R Court Reporters $30, OTC BRANDS INC Office Supplies $27.15, PALLUCK, ETHAN Extradition & Evidence $74, PAPER ROLL PRODUCTS Office Supplies $329.7, PARAGON HEALTH & WEL Blood Withdrawal $4560, PAYPAL *SOUTHDAKOTA Education & Training $270, PAYPAL INC Other Supplies $192, PENBROOKE PLACE APAR Welfare Rent $3345.05, PENNINGTON COUNTY Extradition & Evidence $2181.81, PETTIGREW HEIGHTS AP Welfare Rent $2614, PEX SUPPLY Heat, Vent & AC Repairs $1925.15, PFEIFER IMPLEMENT CO Motor/Machine/Equipment Repair $36.96, PHARMCHEM INC Testing Supplies $220.15, PHEASANT VIEW LLC Welfare Rent $2770, PHOENIX SUPPLY LLC Child Care Items $187.28, PHOENIX SUPPLY LLC Child Care Uniforms $8.87, PHOENIX SUPPLY LLC Inmate Supplies $11696.1, PIONEER ENTERPRISES Burials $7500, PITNEY BOWES Postage $50, PLATINUM VALLEY Welfare Rent $2694, PRECISION KIOSK TECH Testing Supplies $4050, PRESCOTT LIMITED PAR Welfare Rent $4405, PRICE, THOMAS L Professional Services $2400, PRICE, THOMAS L Psych Evals $2400, PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSOC Professional Services $750, PURPLE COMMUNICATION Interpreters $120, QE LLC Welfare Rent $6760, QUADS ON CLEVELAND A Welfare Rent $1450, QUALIFIED PRESORT SE Postage $42090.2, QUALITY WELDING & MF JDC Maintenance $1200, QUILL CORPORATION Office Supplies $102.74, R&L SUPPLY LTD Small Tools & Shop Supplies $3.9, REDWOOD TOXICOLOGY L Testing Supplies $870, REEVES, MEGAN Court Reporters $154.8, REGISTER@FAA 343AKRT Memberships $5, RELIANCE TELEPHONE I Telephone $5.97, RESOLUTE LAW FIRM IN Attorney Fees $31666.38, REYNOLDS LAW LLC Child Defense Attorney $2890.8, RISEVISION Maintenance Contracts $126.5, RISTY, JULIE Business Travel $188.16, RISTY, MAXINE J Court Reporters $106.4, ROEMEN’S AUTOMOTIVE Gas Oil & Diesel $62.9, RON TURLEY ASSOCIATE Software $1101.21, RONNING COMMERCIAL Welfare Rent $100, RONS, NORM Welfare Rent $10700, ROTOROOTER Plumbing & Welding $155, RUNNING SUPPLY INC Jail Repairs & Maintenance $12.99, RUNNING SUPPLY INC JDC Maintenance $96.37, RUNNING SUPPLY INC Motor/Machine/Equipment Repair $33.98, RUNNING SUPPLY INC Road Maint & Material $64.44, RUNNING SUPPLY INC Small Tools & Shop Supplies $30.54, RUNNING SUPPLY INC Uniform Allowance $69.98, SAFE HOME LTD PTNRSH Misc Revenue $-185.45, SAFE HOME LTD PTNRSH Notes Rec Safe Home $-3408.64, SAFE HOME LTD PTNRSH Rent Subsidies $12317, SALEM, KARLA R Bd Evaluations (Minnehaha) $1375, SANFORD Medical Records $21.45, SANFORD Other Medical Services $2336.9, SANFORD CLINIC Blood Withdrawal $20, SANFORD CLINIC Lab Costs $87, SANFORD CLINIC Miscellaneous Expense $47.3, SANFORD HEALTH PLAN Insurance Admin Fee $3410, SARAH LUEDERS Program Activities $100, SCHEELS ALL SPORTS Insurance-Other Costs $100, SCHUSTER, PAUL Investigators Expenses $13.44, SD ASSOC OF COUNTY O Due To Other Governments $6202, SD HUMAN SERVICES CE Clinics - Auxiliary Services $10.8, SD SHERIFFS ASSOC Memberships $5584.04, SD SYMPHONY ORCHESTR Program Activities $400, SDEMA Memberships $30, SECURITY LABS LLC Maintenance Contracts $100, SHERWIN WILLIAMS Building Repairs & Maintenance $53.44, SHERWIN WILLIAMS Coliseum $30.06, SIOUX EMPIRE SOCIETY Education & Training $396, SIOUX EMPIRE SOCIETY Professional Services $495, SIOUX EQUIPMENT CO I Gas Oil & Diesel $3662.76, SIOUX FALLS AREA HUM Miscellaneous Expense $3280.08, SIOUX FALLS CITY Business Travel $1.75, SIOUX FALLS CITY Contract Services $332500, SIOUX FALLS CITY Education & Training $209, SIOUX FALLS CITY Gas Oil & Diesel $15199.03, SIOUX FALLS CITY HIDTA Grant $218.96, SIOUX FALLS CITY Program Activities $35, SIOUX FALLS CITY Water - Sewer $99.55, SIOUX FALLS CITY Welfare Utilities $554.79, SIOUX FALLS LIHTC LP Welfare Rent $3387, SIOUX FALLS RUBBER S Office Supplies $33.54, SIOUX FALLS WOMAN LL Program Activities $595, SIOUX VALLEY ENERGY Electricity $312.04, SIOUX VALLEY ENERGY Tea-Ellis Range $403.33, SOUTH CLIFF FALLS LP Welfare Rent $2792, SOUTH FOURTH PROPERT Welfare Rent $2515.46, SOUTH RIDGE LIMITED Welfare Rent $2448, SOUTHEASTERN BEHAVIO Crisis Intervention Program $5642.9, SOUTHEASTERN ELECTRI Welfare Utilities $497.17, SPRINGBROOK LLOYD PR Welfare Rent $4015, STAPLES Furniture & Office Equipment $572.98, STAPLES Office Supplies $363.58, STATE OF SOUTH DAKOT Amts Held-Daily Scram $7207, STATE OF SOUTH DAKOT Amts Held-Remote Breath $1784, STATE OF SOUTH DAKOT Blood/Chemical Analysis $6915, STATE OF SOUTH DAKOT Bulletin Board Service $141.66, STATE OF SOUTH DAKOT Commitment - HSC $15832.6, STATE OF SOUTH DAKOT Commitment - Redfield $900, STATE OF SOUTH DAKOT Coroner Fee/Tax $0.61, STATE OF SOUTH DAKOT Data Communications $500, STATE OF SOUTH DAKOT Due To Other Governments $4878151.87, STATE OF SOUTH DAKOT Fingerprint/Tax $279.23, STATE OF SOUTH DAKOT Inmate Supplies $3627.04, STATE OF SOUTH DAKOT JDC Maintenance $80, STATE OF SOUTH DAKOT Misc Revenue $35.18, STATE OF SOUTH DAKOT Miscellaneous Expense $80.4, STATE OF SOUTH DAKOT Mug Shots $0.98, STATE OF SOUTH DAKOT Notary Exp $30, STATE OF SOUTH DAKOT Office Supplies $229.8, STATE OF SOUTH DAKOT Professional Services $562.25, STATE OF SOUTH DAKOT Sign Supply Inventory $216, STATE OF SOUTH DAKOT Store Sales $73.96, STATE OF SOUTH DAKOT Telephone $68.68, STATE OF SOUTH DAKOT Witness Fees/Expenses $400, STENSAAS, JEFF Welfare Rent $1247, STRANGE FARRELL JOHN Attorney Fees $5941.62, STREICHERS INC JAG Grant 2020 $6445.99, STURDEVANTS AUTO PAR Small Tools & Shop Supplies $16.3, SUMMIT FOOD SERVICE Child Care Food $519.23, SUMMIT FOOD SERVICE COVID Expenses $292.5, SUMMIT FOOD SERVICE Inmate Supplies $497.24, SUMMIT FOOD SERVICE School Lunch Program $863.1, SUPERION, LLC Education & Training $749, TABLELINENSFORLESS.C Program Activities $689.4, TAMMEN AUTO & TIRE I Automotive/Small Equipment $107.42, TAMMEN AUTO & TIRE I Gas Oil & Diesel $74.93, TCN INC Telephone $75.61, TEAM AUTOMOTIVE INC Automotive/Small Equipment $925.95, TECHNOLOGY HEIGHTS A Welfare Rent $3347, THE HOME DEPOT 4301 Small Tools & Shop Supplies $122.78, THE PITNEY BOWES BAN Postage $14.97, THE SALVATION ARMY Welfare Rent $1600, THE WEBSTAURANT STOR Jail Repairs & Maintenance $3419, THOMPSON TRANSCRIPTI Court Reporters $20, THOMSON REUTERS - WE Amounts Held For Others $766.52, THOMSON REUTERS - WE Legal Research $2776.98, THOMSON REUTERS - WE Subscriptions $271.57, THREE IN ONE INC Professional Services $3080, TIRES TIRES TIRES IN Truck Repairs & Maintenance $158.27, TITAN DISTRIBUTORS I Heavy Equip Repairs & Maint $219.99, TOMACELLI’S TOO Jury Fees $117.21, TOTAL FIRE PROTECTIO Maintenance Contracts $137.5, TOWN INVESTMENTS LLC Welfare Rent $700, TRANSUNION RISK & AL Investigators Expenses $84.8, TREX MART #17 Gas Oil & Diesel $50, TRI-STATE NURSING Professional Services $1493.25, TRIENTA INC 098891 Gas Oil & Diesel $87.47, TRINITY POINT Welfare Rent $4778, TRIPLE R INDUSTRIES Welfare Rent $2260, TRISTATE EMERGENCY M Memberships $40, TWO WAY SOLUTIONS IN Communication Equipment Repair $25.99, TZADIK SIOUX FALLS I Welfare Rent $14193.71, TZADIK SIOUX FALLS P Welfare Rent $37340.12, TZADIK TAYLORS PLACE Welfare Rent $2810, ULINE Furniture & Office Equipment $166.28, ULINE Inmate Supplies $92.28, ULINE Kitchen/Cleaning Supplies $506.38, UNITED AIRLINES INC Business Travel $348.65, UNITED PARCEL SERVIC Postage $28.76, UPS (800) 811-1648 Jail Repairs & Maintenance $15.43, UPS*1Z5B1L4T43200286 Postage $13.16, UPS*295E5F0NBHI Postage $12, US FOODS INC Other Supplies $114.71, US FOODS INC Professional Services $1884.3, US POSTAL SERVICE Postage $1727.72, US POSTAL SERVICE Store Sales $6.38, VALLEY INN HOTEL Motels $742.1, VERN EIDE MOTORCARS HIDTA Grant $590, VITAL RECORDS Archive/Preservation Supplies $600, VOGEL MOTORS LLC Automotive/Small Equipment $20, VOGEL MOTORS LLC Gas Oil & Diesel $46, WALGREENS Safe Home Donations $21, WALL LAKE SANITARY D Water - Sewer $90, WALMART STORES INC Furniture & Office Equipment $343, WALMART STORES INC Miscellaneous Expense $209.91, WALMART STORES INC Supplemental Food $270.25, WALMART.COM AA Office Supplies $45, WALTER, MAX Attorney Fees $2424.15, WEERHEIM LAW OFFICE Bd Exp Fees (Minnehaha) $4978, WEERHEIM LAW OFFICE Crisis Intervention Program $104.5, WEST 11TH PROPERTIES Welfare Rent $7202, WILLIAMSBURG LIMITED Welfare Rent $2277, WPY*GRACIE UNIVERSIT Education & Training $1990, XCEL ENERGY Electricity $43129.62, XCEL ENERGY INC Welfare Utilities $12777.93, XIGENT SOLUTIONS LLC Maintenance Contracts $111.39, YANKTON COUNTY Return Of Service $50, YMCA APARTMENTS Welfare Rent $1396, YOGI HOLDINGS INC Motels $459.99, ZOOM VIDEO COMMUNICA Memberships $149.9, ZOOM VIDEO COMMUNICA Subscriptions $464.69.  

The reports that were received and placed on file in the Auditor’s Office include:

Human Services 2021 Annual Services Report

Juvenile Detention Center Report for December 2021

Juvenile Detention Center 2021 Fourth Quarter Report

January 2022 Building Permit Report

Register of Deeds Statement of Revenue for January 2022

Routine Personnel Action

New Hires

1. Tori Christensen and Ryan Marrano, Correctional Officers for the Jail, at $20.46/hour (13/1) effective 2/7/2022. 

2. Jesse Bengu, Correctional Officer for the Jail, at $20.46/hour (13/1) effective 2/8/2022. 

3. Wade Werner, variable hour Correctional Officer for the Jail, at $20.00/hour effective 2/7/2022. 

4. Rebecca Cooper, Legal Office Assistant for the State Attorney’s Office, at $17.64/hour (10/1) effective 2/9/2022.

Promotions

1. To promote Jason Toering, Computer Support Technician to Technical Analyst for the Information Technology Department, at $35.22/hour (19/11) effective 2/5/2022. 

2. To promote Sandra Kinder, Accountant to Property Tax Administrator for the Auditor’s Office, at $31.11/hour (19/6) effective 2/19/2022. 

3, To promote Gail Foerster, Appraiser in Training to Appraiser for the Equalization Office, at $22.58/hour (15/1) effective 2/19/2022.

4. To promote Matthew Satter, Appraiser in Training to Appraiser for the Equalization Office, at $22.58/hour (15/1) effective 2/19/2022. 

Step Increases

1. Rhonda Bennett, Accountant for the Auditor’s Office, at $26.18/hour (16/5) effective 2/17/2022. 

2. Cara Nadolksi, Caseworker for the Human Services Department, at $31.90/hour (16/13) effective 1/19/2022.

3. Randy Dobberpuhl, Caseworker for the Human Services Department, at $33.52/hour (16/15) effective 12/27/2021. 

4. Maggie Garry, Human Resource Generalist for the Human Resources Department, at $34.34/hour (17/14) effective 2/9/2022. 

5. Emma Domino, Correctional Officer for Jail, at $20.96/hour (13/2) effective 1/19/2022.

 6. Hunter Ray, Correctional Officer for the Jail, at $20.96/hour (13/2) effective 1/19/2022. 

7. Jessica Sprecher, Correctional Officer for the Jail, at $24.18/hour (13/9) effective 12/17/2021.

8. Benjamin Finley, Juvenile Correctional Officer II for the Juvenile Detention Center, at $26.83/hour (14/10) effective 1/26/2022. 

9. Leah Bouw, Administrative Secretary for the Sheriff’s Office, at $21.50/hour (10/9) effective 2/10/2022. 

10. Nathan Moser, Deputy Sheriff for the Sheriff’s Office. at $28.19/hour (17/6) effective 2/20/2022.

11. Joseph Bosman, Captain for the Sheriff’s Office, at $3,882.40/biweekly (23/10) effective 2/2/2022.

 12. Miranda Peterson, Paralegal for the State’s Attorney’s Office, at $33.52/hour (16/15) effective 12/27/2021. 

13. Gail Eiesland, Senior Deputy State’s Attorney for the State’s Attorney’s Office, at $3,348.00/biweekly (22/8) effective 1/28/2022. 

Other Salary Changes

1. To amend the rate of pay for Keith Wynia, Air Guard Division Supervisor for the Sheriff’s Office, at $37.91/hour (20/12) effective 2/8/2022. 

2022 Minnehaha County Affirmative Action Plan

Abatement Applications for Approval

RDID-89370, Veteran Exempt PT10-4-40, 2021 Property Taxes, $931.97 

RDID-52067, Veteran Exempt Surviving Spouse, 2021 Property Taxes, $2,223.33

RDID-13922, Veteran Exempt PT10-4-40, 2021 Property Taxes, $1,789.38

RDID-68296, Veteran Exempt PT10-4-40, 2021 Property Taxes, $596.08

RDID-85719, Veteran Exempt PT10-4-40, 2021 Property Taxes, $619.29

RDID-70583, Veteran Exempt PT10-4-40, 2021 Property Taxes, $2,034.49

RDID-36362, Veteran Exempt Surviving Spouse, 2021 Property Taxes, $2,223.32

RDID-90083, Veteran Exempt PT10-4-40, 2021 Property Taxes, $2,244.89

RDID-42606, Veteran Exempt PT10-4-40, 2021 Property Taxes, $1,120.80

RDID-59531 Veteran Exempt PT10-4-40, 2021 Property Taxes, $2,223.34

RDID-50198, Veteran Exempt PT10-4-40, 2021 Property Taxes, $2,223.32

RDID-69116, Veteran Exempt PT10-4-40, 2021 Property Taxes, $931.98

RDID-15266, Veteran Exempt PT10-4-40, 2021 Property Taxes, $775.32

RDID-10442, Veteran Exempt PT10-4-40, 2021 Property Taxes, $1,227.55

RDID-72762, Veteran Exempt PT10-4-40, 2021 Property Taxes, $2,223.33

RDID-55779, Veteran Exempt PT10-4-40, 2021 Property Taxes, $1,863.94

RDID-41715, Veteran Exempt PT10-4-40, 2021 Property Taxes, $1,675.09

RDID-83540, Veteran Exempt PT10-4-40, 2021 Property Taxes, $2,223.33

RDID-30688, Veteran Exempt PT10-4-40, 2021 Property Taxes, $2,223.33

RDID-50653, Veteran Exempt PT10-4-40, 2021 Property Taxes, $1,303.53

RDID-88257, Veteran Exempt PT10-4-40, 2021 Property Taxes, $2,223.32

RDID-17780, Veteran Exempt PT10-4-40, 2021 Property Taxes, $779.50

RDID-68689, Veteran Exempt Surviving Spouse, 2021 Property Taxes, $2,218.94

RDID-45822, Assessment Freeze, 2021 Property Taxes, $410.65

Paul Sorum, RDID-14649, 2021 Property Taxes, $109.78

RDID-39338, Veteran Exempt PT10-4-40, 2021 Property Taxes, $1,895.76

RDID-43878, Veteran Exempt Surviving Spouse, Property Taxes for 2019-$1,528.57, 2020-$1,591.14, and 2021-$1,716.42

RDID-52851, Veteran Exempt PT10-4-40, 2021 Property Taxes, $2.034.50

City of Sioux Falls, RDID-671622021 Property Taxes, $3,177.32

Michael & Ashley Dorenkamper, RDID-81584, 2021 Property Taxes, $849.18

Hartford Area Dev. Foundation, RDID92233, 2021 Property Taxes, $1,066.36

City of Sioux Falls, RDID-95261, 2021 Property Taxes, $3,273.22

City of Sioux Falls, RDID-95302, 2021 Property Taxes, $89.49

City of Sioux Falls, RDID-95820, 2021 Property Taxes, $178.62

City of Sioux Falls, RDID-95821, 2021 Property Taxes, $93.70

City of Sioux Falls, RDID- 9582021 Property Taxes, $392.05

Items within Policy Guidelines

Authorize Chair to Sign the Owner’s Certificate of Continuing Program Compliance for Safe Home

Authorize Chair to Sign the Revised Coroner and Medical Examiner Contract for 2022

 PUBLIC COMMENT 

Joy Hohn, Hartford,SD, spoke about concerns about the proposed Summit Carbon Solution Pipeline.

Cindy Meyer, Hartford,SD, spoke about election integrity and an event being held on February 19. 

AMERICAN RESCUE PLAN FUNDING

Ben Kyte, Auditor, is recommending that the Commission authorize the Auditor’s Office to begin allocating eligible expenses to be paid from the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) fund. The authorization would also allow the Commission to specify, at a later date if so desired, an allocation of ARPA between internal or external uses. If the Auditor’s Office receives authorization to use ARPA funds, the Auditor’s Office will provide quarterly updates on the usage of ARPA funds to the Commission. Additionally, departments requesting funding for non-budgeted items that are ARPA eligible would continue to follow the current process of requesting Commission approval before such items can be expended. MOTION by Beninga, seconded by Barth, to authorize Auditor to begin use of American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funds. By roll call vote: 4 ayes.

BRIEFING

Nathan Skadsen, 4-H Advisor, gave a briefing on the Minnehaha County 4-H program. The briefing provided an overview of the 4-H program covering the last year and the needs of the program going forward. Some of the highlights in the past year include the achievement days held at the Sioux Empire Fair and the number of volunteers in the past year and the economic impact that the volunteers have. Mr. Skadsen reported that 4-H programing reaches about 21% of the Minnehaha County Youth.  

AGREEMENT

Upon request of Nathan Skadsen, 4-H Advisor, MOTION by Karsky, seconded by Beninga, to authorize the Chair to sign the MOU between SDSU Extension and Minnehaha County. By roll call vote: 4 ayes.

APPOINTMENT

Upon request of Nathan Skadsen, 4-H Advisor, MOTION by Barth, seconded by Beninga, to authorize the creation of the 2022 County Extension Board and to appoint the following individuals as members of the 2022 County Extension Board: Julie Rommann, Anthony Bly, Pam Vollen, Chris Zdorovtsov, Julian Witte, Jason Nelson, Caitlin Rothschadl, and the Currrent County Commission Liaison. 4 ayes.

PRESENTATION 

Jamie Gravett, Juvenile Detention Center Director, gave the annual presentation on the Juvenile Detention Center. The presentation focused on the three primary areas: growth for the JDC and those areas include JDC staffing, mental health services, and building layout and structure. Work is being done to address the facility issue that will determine the best way forward regarding future facility needs. The overall staffing at the JDC is stretched too thin to adequately respond to emergent situations and cause the youth to spend too much time in their rooms whenever even a minor situation disrupts the schedule. The JDC has seen an increase in the number of mental health holds since 2016. There is an expectation that youth with mental health needs to continue to make up a greater percentage of the JDC population. 

AGREEMENTS    

Jamie Gravett, Juvenile Detention Center Director, presented an agreement between Minnehaha County, Lutheran Social Services, and fifteen (15) partner counties for juvenile inmate housing services. Lincoln County also includes a per diem for both Community Supervision Services and the Evening Report Center use. The daily rate for the JDC is set at $257.00 per bed, per day. The rate for Shelter Care will be $257.00 per bed, per day. The daily rate for Community Supervision is $70.00. The rate for Evening Report Center is $23.85. This reflects a 5.2% increase over the 2021 rate which was based on the CPI for September, 2021. MOTION by Beninga, seconded by Barth, to authorize the Chair to enter into and sign the 2022 JDC Partner County Agreements for juvenile inmate housing services between Minnehaha County, Lutheran Social Services, and the following counties beginning on January 1, 2022, and ending on December 31, 2022: Bon Homme, Brookings, Charles Mix, Clay, Davison, Hanson, Hutchinson, Lake, Lincoln, McCook, Miner, Moody, Turner, Union and Yankton. By roll call vote:  4 ayes. 

BID RESULTS 

Jacob Maras, Engineering Supervisor, reported on the bid opening for project MC22-01 Chip Seal and Crack Seal for 17.47 miles of county highways. The following bids were received: Asphalt Surface Technologies Corporation (ASTECH) with a total bid of $673,934.48; The Road Guy Construction with a total bid of $699,048.22; Bituminous Paving, Inc, $742,612.63. MOTION by Karsky, seconded by Beninga, to award the bid, and authorize Chair to sign an agreement with ASTECH Corp. By roll call vote: 4 ayes.

Jacob Maras, Engineering Supervisor, reported on the bid opening for project MC22-02 Micro-Surfacing and Crack Seal for 29.58 miles of county highways. The following bids were received: Asphalt Surfacing Co. with a total bid of $1,646.953.41; Asphlat Sufacing Technologies Corp with a total bid of $1,698,816.86; Missouri Petroleum Company with a total bid of $1,721.700.65. MOTION by Barth, seconded by Beninga, to award the bid and authorize Chair to sign an agreement with Asphalt Surfacing Co. By roll call: 4 ayes.

LIEN COMPROMISE

Melinda Storley, Commission Assistant, gave a briefing on an application for a compromise of lien for DPNO-48108 in the amount of $3,288.20. The lien represents poor relief and legal representation of the male member listed on the joint lien. Those lien fees were recorded three years before the couple was married and five years after they divorced. The applicant explains that she is not responsible for any of the lien fees incurred by her ex-spouse. The applicant would like to purchase a home in the future and has made multiple payments to satisfy her own separate lien. The compromise request was to release the lien with no payment and leave the entire amount of the lien in the name of the ex-spouse. MOTION by Barth, seconded by Beninga, to release DPNO 48108 with no payment and leave the entire amount in the name of the ex-spouse and approve Resolution MC 22-12. By roll call vote: 4 ayes.

RESOLUTION MC22-12

 WHEREAS, a County Aid Lien in the amount of $ 3,288.20, purports to exist in favor of Minnehaha County and against DPNO-48108 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 Chair of the County Board and the County Auditor to execute the following:

 Compromise and release the lien in full upon payment of $0.00 and leave the entire amount of the lien in the name of the ex-spouse.

 If payment is not made within one year of approval, this agreement is null and void.

 Dated at Sioux Falls, South Dakota, this 15th day of February, 2022.

APPROVED BY THE COMMISSION:

Jean Bender

Vice-Chair

ATTEST:                    

Kym Christiansen

Deputy Auditor          

PUBLISH REQUEST OF PROPOSALS 

Upon request of Tyler Klatt, Assistant Commission Administrative Officer, MOTION by Karsky, seconded by Barth, to authorize the Auditor to publish Request for Proposals (RFP) for realtor services for 908 N. West Ave. 4 ayes.

LEGISLATIVE UPDATE   

Tyler Klatt, Assistant Commission Administrative Officer, provided a legislative update which include the updates on several bills of importance to Minnehaha County. 

LIAISON REPORTS  

Commissioner Karsky reported on the time spent speaking with legislators regarding various bills. 

NON-ACTION COMMISSION DISCUSSION 

Commissioner Barth spoke about discussing the Summit Carbon pipeline project at a future meeting. 

MOTION by Barth, seconded by Karsky, to recess at 9:52 a.m. until 10:02 a.m. 4 ayes.

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

MOTION by Karsky, seconded by Barth, to adjourn. 

The Commission adjourned until 9:00 a.m. on Tuesday, February 22, 2022.

APPROVED BY THE COMMISSION:

Cindy Heiberger 

Chair

ATTEST:

Kym Christiansen

Commission Recorder 

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Sioux Falls 

Metropolitan 

Planning 

Organization (MPO) 

   _______ Notice of _______

____ Public Hearing ____

The public is invited to attend a public hearing and provide comments on the final 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 final draft PPP will be held via Zoom video conference on March 10, 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 899 6587 3598 and the passcode is 807736. 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 the 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.  

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Feb. 23, 2022

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