Legals: March 23, 2022

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Brandon Valley Board of education

___ Notice of VACANCY ___

Brandon Valley School District 49-2

The following School Board positions will become vacant due to the expiration of the present terms of office of the following school board members:

1) Board Member – 3 year term

2) Board Member – 3 year term

Circulation of nominating petitions may begin on April 7, 2022 and petitions may be filed in the office of the Business Manager located at 300 S. Splitrock Blvd., Brandon, South Dakota between the hours of 7:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. central daylight savings time not later than May 13, 2022 at 5:00 p.m. or mailed by registered mail not later than May 13, 2022 at 5:00 p.m.

Paul J. Lundberg

Business Manager

Published twice at the approximate cost of $14.40

Mar. 16 & 23, 2022

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Brandon Valley Board of education

 

_________ Minutes _________

The regular meeting of the Brandon Valley Board of Education, Brandon, SD was held at 6:30 p.m. on the 14th of March 2022 at the Brandon Valley High School Community Room with the following members present: Renee Ullom, Gregg Ode, Ellie Saxer (via phone), Nick Scott, and Gregg Talcott. Absent: None. Also present were Superintendent Jarod Larson, Business Manager Paul Lundberg, Middle School Principal Brad Thorson, Intermediate School Principal Nick Skibsted, 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 Scott 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 February 14, 2022 and February 28, 2022 as presented. Motion carried.

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

Motion carried.

The cash report for the month of February, 2022 showed receipts of $3,524,161.67 and disbursements of $3,908,249.21 leaving a balance of $13,728,992.06. The General Fund had receipts of $3,170,476.07, received a temporary interfund transfer of $18,923.54 from the Bond Fund, and disbursements of $2,974,382.64, leaving a balance of $6,817,497.08. Capital Outlay Fund had receipts of $50,198.36 and disbursements of $136,112.56, leaving a balance of $5,125,402.55. Special Education Fund had receipts of $272,911.70 and disbursements of $778,203.87, leaving a balance of $1,058,802.94. Bond Redemption Fund had receipts of $18,923.54, sent a temporary interfund transfer of $18,923.54 to the general fund, and disbursements of $0.00, leaving a balance of $0.00. Enterprise Fund had receipts of $11,652.00 and disbursements of $13,155.69, leaving a balance of $70,428.91. Lastly, the Capital Projects Fund has receipts of $0.00, and disbursements of $6,394.45, leaving a balance of $656,860.58.

The February, 2022 payroll totaled $2,317,046.14 which $1,243,120.39 was instructional, $517,675.74 was support services, $42,237.60 was co-curricular, $407,940.86 was Special Education, $102,196.55 was Food Service, and $3,875.00 was Driver’s Education. 

Motion by Talcott, seconded by Scott to approve the financial reports as presented for the month of February, 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. Our plan is to revert back to our pre-COVID protocol for next year.

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 the February 28, 2022 meeting, the 2022-23 new staffing requests were presented. At tonight’s meeting we will present the preliminary Capital Outlay budget 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. 

The 2022-23 negotiations timeline/wage recommendations will begin with a pre-negotiation meeting between the BVSD Admin and the Brandon Valley Education Association (BVEA) on Wednesday, March 16, 2022. 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 recommendation, and enter Superintendent contract negotiations.

Legislative Session Update: The 2022 session was completed on March 10, 2022 and the last remaining legislative day (Veto Day) is scheduled for Monday, March 28, 2022. The education funding increase is 6%.

The USDA update on free school breakfast/lunch will end on June 30, 2022. The free and reduced application will be critical paperwork for the 2022-23 school year to qualify for free or reduced meals for the 2022-23 school year. The Brandon Valley School District is no longer eligible for the Summer Feeding Program and we will have no summer lunch program the summer of 2022. The retro-fit bus that was equipped specifically for the summer lunch program will now be used as a mobile feeding unit for field trips. Should we become eligible for the summer feeding program again, we will be able to utilize the feeding bus again at that time.

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

BVHS Addition Schedule (Overview of Important Dates)

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

- Thursday, March 10, 2022 @ 2:00 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: 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); April 14, 2022-two-hour early dismissal; April 15-18, 2022-No school (Spring Break); and Sunday, May 15, 2022 (BVHS Graduation).

Superintendent Jarod Larson presented the bids from the High School Classroom Addition projects opened on March 10, 2022. The Administration recommendation is to accept the low bid from Gil Haugan Construction in the total amount of $8,836,000.00, as presented. Motion by Talcott, seconded by Scott to accept this low bid as presented. Motion carried.

Superintendent Jarod Larson reviewed the 2022-23 Capital Outlay Preliminary Budget Summary for a total of $13,652,000 as presented. Motion by Scott, seconded by Ode to approve the Preliminary Capital Outlay Budget in the amount of $13,652,000, as presented. Motion carried.

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

1.  Approve the amended ESSER II budget to include ELL Curriculum in the amount of $60,774.17 and Transportation Equipment (school buses) in the amount of $350,000.00, as presented.

2. Approve request to purchase three new school buses (2023 Blue Bird BBCV Vision Type C Propane Buses) from Sourcewell Contract #102155-NCB, using ESSER II funds, totaling $340,056.00, for the 2022-23 school year, as presented.

3. Approve Board Member appointments to the area Equalization Boards. Meeting dates and times as listed:

° Brandon, Tuesday, March 22, 2022, 6:00 p.m. at the Council Chambers – Ellie Saxer (Wednesday, March 23, 2022 is reserved as an alternate date.)

° Splitrock Township, Monday, March 21, 2022, 7:00 p.m. at Splitrock Township Fire Department - Gregg Ode

° Valley Springs, Monday, March 21, 2022, 6:00 p.m. at Valley Springs Legion Hall – Nick Scott (Tuesday, March 22, 2022 is reserviced as an alternate date.)

° Minnehaha and Lincoln County, Monday, March 21, 2022 (3-5 p.m.), Minnehaha Administration Building - Gregg Talcott

° Sioux Falls, (time yet to be determined) – Gregg Talcott

Motion carried.

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

1. Accept resignation/retirement notification from Cathy Smith, BVIS Special Education Educational Assistant, effective May 25, 2022.

2. Approve recommendation to hire through transfer Michelle Holmquist, part-time BE Child Nutrition worker to full-time BVHS Child Nutrition worker, $14.75/hour, effective March 15, 2022.

3. Approve recommendation to hire Cindy Fitts, part-time BVIS Child Nutrition worker, $14.75/hour, effective March 15, 2022.

4. Approve recommendation to hire Danelle Park, part-time BE Child Nutrition worker, $14.75/hour, effective March 15, 2022.

5. Approve amended recommendation to hire Abby Kaschmitter, RBE Kindergarten Teacher, MA+30 ~ Step 10, $51,767.00, based on the 2021-22 hiring schedule, effective for the 2022-23 school year.

6. Approve resignation from Sharon Schwebach, MS Play Director, effective at the end of the 2021-22 school year, contingent on finding a suitable replacement.

7. Approve recommendation to hire Nick Skibsted, District Distance Learning Coordinator, $4,600 stipend effective for the 2022-23 school year, one-year position.

8. Approve recommendation to hire Katie Murdy, District Distance Learning Counselor, $2,600 stipend effective for the 2022-23 school year, one-year position.

9. Approve transfer of Mike Langner from Building and Grounds Supervisor to Building and Grounds crew, wage to be determined effective July 1, 2022, as presented.

10. Approve recommendation to hire Christine Murtha, Assistant MS Track & Field Coach, 6% of extra-curricular step base ~ $2,441.00, effective for the 2021-22 school year.

11. Approve resignation from Emily Sandager, Assistant 8th Grade Volleyball Coach, effective at the end of the 2021-22 school year, contingent upon finding a suitable replacement.

12. Approve resignation from Jodi Ackerman, Assistant MS Play Director, effective at the end of the 2021-22 school year, contingent upon finding a suitable replacement.

13. Approve recommendation to hire Amanda Larson, FAE/Inspiration Elementary long-term substitute nurse for the 2022-23 school year.

14. Approve the following substitute for the 2021-22 school year: Jaclyn Houghtaling.

Motion Carried.

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

1. Transfer Dylan Briest from BVMS Special Education Teacher to BVIS Special Education Teacher, effective beginning with the 2022-23 school year.

2. Transfer Madeline Brake from FAE Computer Teacher to FAE 4th Grade Teacher, effective beginning with the 2022-23 school year.

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

1. Building Permit Applications – February 2022.

2. Thank you from Kristin VanBuskirk and family for flowers sent in honor of the birth of their son, Kamron.

3. Thank you from Mariah Koch and family for the flowers sent in honor of the birth of their son, Dawson.

4. Thank you from Melissa Garrow and family for the plant sent in memory of Chad Garrow.

Board reports were reviewed. President Renee Ullom reported on the Alternative Education committee, stating that Teachwell will have a meeting on March 15, 2022, which will include an audit hearing. Ullom also reported on Child Nutrition/Wellness Committee. The CNS staff is planning to attend the National Convention in Florida this year.

 Travel Reports were reviewed.

Motion by Ode, seconded by Talcott to adjourn at meeting at 6:54 p.m. Motion carried.

Signed Business Manager

Approved by the Board of Education this 11th day of April, 2022.

Signed Chairperson

 

BRANDON VALLEY SCHOOL DISTRICT 49-2

INVOICE LISTING

MARCH 2022

PAYEE DESCRIPTION AMOUNT 

A&B BUSINESS SOLUTIONS INC, DISTRICT-COPIER LEASE, 7,125.00; HS-COPIER SUPPLIES, 83.90; IS-COPIER SUPPLIES, 56.75; IS-COPIER SUPPLIES, 178.80; MS-COPIER SUPPLIES, 102.50; PRINT SHOP SUPPLIES, 448.27; A TO Z WORLD LANGUAGES, INC, INTERPRETER SERVICES, 157.00; A & M PRODUCTS COMPANY, WRES SUPPLIES, 195.35; ABDO/SPOTLIGHT/MAGIC WAGON, BE-LIBRARY BOOKS, 2,302.15; FAE-LIBRARY BOOKS, 1,779.40; ACE HARDWARE - BRANDON, BE-CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES, 33.57; HS-CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES, 96.84; HS-MUSICAL SUPPLIES, 108.95; HS-WOODS SUPPLIES, 153.88; IS-BAND SUPPLIES, 75.97; IS-CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES, 68.54; MS-CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES, 16.56; VSE-CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES, 49.56; GROUNDS SUPPLIES, 99.92; MAINT SHOP SUPPLIES, 140.81; TRANSPORTATION SUPPLIES, 184.38; ALLIANCE COMMUNICATIONS, UTILITIES-TELEPHONE/INTERNET, 10,273.00; MS-PRINCIPAL SUPPLIES, 325.00; ALPERS, MICHAEL, BBB WORKER, 60.00; GBB WORKER, 50.00; , AMAZON, BE-CLASSROOM SUPPLIES, 174.93; BE-PRINCIPAL SUPPLIES, 59.94; HS-PRINCIPAL SUPPLIES, 714.18; IS-ART SUPPLIES, 133.79; IS-STEM SUPPLIES, 14.50; MS-GUIDANCE SUPPLIES, 27.15; MS-PRINCIPAL SUPPLIES, 27.15; ELEM-STEM SUPPLIES, 8.99; FINE ARTS NIGHT SUPPLIES, 279.33; IT SUPPLIES, 29.99; SPEC ED SUPPLIES, 29.99; ANTONEN, EMILY, TRAVEL/MILEAGE, 510.61; A-OX WELDING SUPPLY CO, HS-IND TECH SUPPLIES, 229.77; ARCHITECTURE, INC, HS ADDITION-ARCHITECT FEES, 52,053.54; ATS INC, HS-INTERCOM REPAIRS, 1,131.00; MS-CLOCK/INTERCOM REPAIRS, 570.00; AMG OCCUPATIONAL MEDICINE, BUS DRIVER-DRUG TESTING, 268.45; BADGER, TAYVEN, GBB WORKER, 25.00; BAILEY, PARKER, GBB OFFICIAL/MILEAGE, 142.08; BARNES & NOBLE BOOKSELLERS, HS-TEXTBOOKS, 19.97; BATTERIES PLUS #75, BE-CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES, 92.81; BE-CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES, 860.85; HS-CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES, 1,661.70; GROUNDS SUPPLIES, 36.00; TRANSPORTATION SUPPLIES, 140.76; BAYMONT INN & SUITES, TRAVEL-STATE ONE ACT PLAY, 1,780.00; BEGEMAN, MIKE, BBB OFFICIAL, 80.00; BENNETT, PENNY, CONCESSIONS WORKER, 36.00; BERG, DARIN, GBB OFFICIAL, 100.00; BOB’S PIANO SERVICE, HS-PIANO TUNING, 115.00; PAC-PIANO TUNING, 144.95; BOONE, TRACY, BBB OFFICIAL, 60.00; BORCHERS, DEAN, GBB OFFICIAL, 40.00; BOSCALJON, MARCEL, RBE-CLASSROOM SUPPLIES, 280.83; BOSCH, MERLYN, BUS DRIVER PHYSICAL, 75.00; BOUND TO STAY BOUND INC, BE-LIBRARY BOOKS, 610.69; BRANDON, CITY OF, UTILITIES-WATER/SEWER, 9,709.59; SOFTBALL FIELD FEE, 2,500.00; BRANDON LUMBER CO, INC, HS-MUSICAL SUPPLIES, 966.72; BROWN, CHRIS, BBB OFFICIAL, 60.00; BROWN, MATT, BBB OFFICIAL, 60.00; BRUFLAT, DAVE, BBB OFFICIAL, 120.00; BUCHHOLZ, KELSEY, GBB OFFICIAL, 80.00; BUILDERS SUPPLY COMPANY, HS-CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES, 928.00; BURGGRAAF, MELISSA, MILEAGE, 101.52; BRANDON VALLEY FOOD SERVICE, SPEC ED SUPPLIES, 191.26; BRANDON VALLEY MEDIA GROUP, CLASSIFIED AD, 300.00; LEGALS, 561.59; BVSD ADVANCED PAYMENTS, ADVANCED PAYMENTS, 8,242.36; BRANDON VALLEY TRUST & AGENCY, WRES 2A REGION-LOSS SHARE, 168.09; CARROLL INSTITUTE, DRUG/ALCOHOL COUNSELING SVCS, 1,280.00; CENTURY LINK, UTILITIES-TELEPHONE, 153.21; CENTRAL FORENSICS CONFERENCE, SPEECH ENTRY FEE, 25.00; CHILDREN’S CARE HOSPITAL, TUITION, 4,158.00; CHILDRENS HOME SOCIETY, TUITION, 2,879.39; TUITION, 2,553.39; CHRISTENSEN, MATT, FUEL, 88.83; CODY, CASEY, BBB OFFICIAL, 80.00; COLEMAN, BRAD, BBB OFFICIAL, 100.00; COMBINED BUILDING SPECIALTIES, HS-BACKBOARD REPAIRS, 452.00; CONSTELLATION NEWENERGY, UTILITIES-GAS, 31,038.75; CORE EDUCATIONAL COOP, ONLINE COURSES, 25,740.00; CORNEMANN, DAVE, WRES OFFICIAL/MILEAGE, 409.84; CULLIGAN WATER CONDITIONING, BE-WATER SYSTEM, 24.40; HS-WATER SYSTEM, 40.00; IS-WATER SYSTEM, 37.00; RBE-WATER SYSTEM, 32.00; CUMMINS CENTRAL POWER, LLC, BUS MAINTENANCE SOFTWARE, 770.00; BUS REPAIRS-#152, 1,739.17; BUS REPAIRS-#191, 182.40; DAKOTA FLUID POWER INC, GROUNDS EQUIP-REPAIRS, 276.79; DAKOTALAND AUTOGLASS, INC, BUS REPAIRS-#013, 250.00; BUS REPAIRS-#121, 39.99; BUS REPAIRS-#222, 59.97; PICKUP REPAIRS-#74, 200.00; SUBURBAN REPAIRS-#62, 185.00; DAKOTA SUPPLY GROUP, TRANSPORTATION SUPPLIES, 88.85; DAKOTA TRUCK TRAILER, GROUNDS SUPPLIES, 246.94; DOCKENDORF EQUIPMENT CO, INC, GAS PUMP REPAIRS, 736.80; DUKE RENTALS, SKYJACK REPAIRS, 311.95; DUST-TEX SERVICE, INC, LAUNDRY, 1,896.62; DVOARCEK, TODD, WRES OFFICIAL/MILEAGE, 409.00; DTB SYSTEMS, FAE-INTERCOM REPAIRS, 117.35; ECOLAB PEST ELIMINATION, DISTRICT-PEST CONTROL, 307.44; EIMERS, JERAMIE, WRES OFFICIAL/MILEAGE, 460.36; ENGRAVER’S EDGE, POWER LIFTING SUPPLIES, 105.00; ERNSTE, AMBER, RBE CLASSROOM SUPPLIES, 286.95; FBT SAWMILL & LUMBER, HS-WOODS SUPPLIES, 5,430.00; FLEET PRIDE, BUS REPAIRS, 558.22; BUS REPAIRS-#113, 323.82; BUS REPAIRS-#114, 13.16; BUS REPAIRS-#141, 1,321.88; GROUNDS SUPPLIES, 144.88; FLOWER MILL, THE, BOE SUPPLIES, 180.00; FORTIN, ROD, WRES OFFICIAL/MILEAGE, 568.68; FREKING, HALEY, BBB WORKER, 40.00; G & H DISTRIBUTING, TRANSPORTATION SUPPLIES, 160.55; GALE/CENGAGE LEARNING, HS LIBRARY-ONLINE DATABASE, 1,542.42; GEHRKE, HEIDI, MILEAGE, 160.74; GERRY, BRIAN, GBB OFFICIAL, 200.00; GILETTE, ZACK, WRES WORKER, 40.00; GOEMBEL, CLIFF, MILEAGE, 349.68; GOHEEEN, BOB, HS-BAND JUDGE, 300.00; GOSSE, MARI, MILEAGE, 66.98; GRADY, JEREMY, BBB OFFICIAL/MILEAGE, 138.64; GRAINGER, DISTRICT-ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES, 52.80; RBE-LIGHTING SUPPLIES, 164.88; MAINT SHOP SUPPLIES, 220.13; GRAYBAR ELECTRIC CO, INC, RBE-LIGHTING SUPPLIES, 1,091.41; TRANSPORTATION SUPPLIES, 113.35; G & R CONTROLS, RBE-HVAC REPAIRS, 209.53; MS-HVAC REPAIRS, 263.77; GROSS, ANDREW, BBB OFFICIAL, 100.00; GBB OFFICIAL, 100.00; GROUP RESOURCES, HRA ADMIN FEES, 2,043.00; HALL, LEANN, GBB OFFICIAL, 100.00; HALVORSON, CHRISTINE, SPEC ED SUPPLIES, 108.11; HANISCH, JAY, BBB OFFICIAL, 120.00; HARRISBURG HS SPEECH/DEBATE, SPEECH ENTRY FEE, 111.00; HATLESTAD, ANDREA, RBE-CLASSROOM SUPPLIES, 274.23; HAUFF MID-AMERICA SPORTS, GBB SUPPLIES, 105.00; TRACK SUPPLIES, 7,009.46; WRES SUPPLIES, 50.00; HEIDBRINK, BRIAN, WRES WORKER, 205.00; HEJL, MYA, BBB WORKER, 52.50; GBB WORKER, 77.50; HELM, BRAD, BBB WORKER, 80.00; WRES WORKER, 185.00; HENSON, CHUCK, MILEAGE, 167.32; HILLYARD/SIOUX FALLS, DISTRICT-CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES, 3,505.35; BE-CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES, 103.69; MS-FLOOR MACHINE REPAIRS, 697.05; HONDO ENTERPRISES, PRESSURE WASHER REPAIRS, 531.58; STAN HOUSTON EQUIP CO, INC, HS-WOODS SUPPLIES, 391.39; HUBER, PAULA, RBE-CLASSROOM SUPPLIES, 327.07; HUSHER, ANTHONY, BBB OFFICIAL, 120.00; HUSHER, MALLORY, MS-MATH SUPPLIES, 74.77; HUSKA, TERI, IE-CLASSROOM SUPPLIES, 98.92; I-STATE TRUCK CENTER, BUS REPAIRS-#113, 187.69; INNOVATIVE OFFICE SOLUTIONS, DISTRICT SUPPLIES, 2,918.29; TRANSPORTATION SUPPLIES, 256.39; INTELLIPRO SECURITY, DISTRICT-SECURITY EQUIP REPARIS, 1,010.49; ISI LLC, INTERPRETER SERVICES, 400.00; ISTE, REGISTRATIONS (PERKINS), 1,250.00; IVERSON, JEREMY, BBB OFFICIAL, 60.00; JANISCH, CHRISTOPHER, BBB OFFICIAL, 100.00; JOHNSON CONTROLS, INC, FAE-HVAC REPAIRS, 196.45; HS-HVAC REPAIRS, 12,008.56; BUS GARAGE-HVAC REPAIRS, 3,197.90; JOHNSON, ALYSSA, BE-CLASSROOM SUPPLIES, 152.23; JOHNSON, LEE, GBB OFFICIAL/MILEAGE, 204.16; JOHNSON, MISSY, TRAVEL (PERKINS), 1,253.14; JORDAHL, TOM, BBB OFFICIAL, 120.00; JOSEPHSON, TAYLOR, WRES WORKER, 50.00; JOSTENS, HS-GRADUATION SUPPLIES, 1,205.77; JUNKER, JOSH, BBB OFFICIAL, 100.00; KEMNITZ, AUSTIN, GBB OFFICIAL, 80.00; KENMARK INC, HS MUSICAL-SCENERY DROPS, 6,091.00; KOERNER, HERBIE, GBB OFFICIAL, 80.00; KOUPAL, BRADY, GBB WORKER, 25.00; KRIER & BLAIN, INC, BE-PLUMBING REPAIRS, 950.60; FAE-HVAC REPAIRS, 4,494.12; MS-HVAC REPAIRS, 2,855.46; MS-PLUMBING REPAIRS, 150.00; ADMIN BLDG-PLUMBING REPAIRS, 986.15; BUS GARAGE-PRESSURE WASHER INSTALL, 864.35; LAMBERTY, GRACE, SPEECH JUDGE, 60.00; LANGNER, LUKE, BBB OFFICIAL, 100.00; LHS ORCHESTRA, REGISTRATION, 200.00; LINCOLN HIGH SCHOOL, WRESTLING ENTRY FEE, 150.00; LOGAN, BOB, BBB WORKER, 75.00; GBB WORKER, 55.00; WRES WORKER, 25.00; LOWER, DRAKE, BBB OFFICIAL, 40.00; GBB OFFICIAL, 40.00; LUCK’S MUSIC LIBRARY, HS-ORCHESTRA SUPPLIES, 102.60; MS-ORCHESTRA SUPPLIES, 86.90; MACGILL SCHOOL NURSE SUPPLIES, NURSE SUPPLIES, 421.61; MACKIN EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES, IS-LIBRARY BOOKS, 355.39; MARV’S SANITARY SERVICE, GARBAGE PICKUP, 73.50; MATHESON TRI-GAS INC, TRANSPORTATION SUPPLIES, 75.27; MATTHIESEN, KEITH, GBB OFFICIAL/MILEAGE, 206.80; MENARDS-SIOUX FALLS EAST, BE-LIGHTING SUPPLIES, 254.97; HS-ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES, 35.92; MAINT SHOP SUPPLIES, 85.62; TRANSPORTATION SUPPLIES, 44.50; MEYERS, NATE, GBB WORKER, 25.00; MIDWEST BUS PARTS, BUS REPAIRS-#071, 245.42; MIDAMERICAN ENERGY, UTILITIES-GAS, 8,771.31; MIDSTATES AUDIO, INC, BOE MEETING CAMERA SYSTEM, 8,058.18; MIDWAY SERVICE/VOLLAN OIL, FUEL, 28,076.77; MORAN, MIKE, GBB OFFICIAL/MILEAGE, 153.00; MORIN, IZZY, SPEECH JUDGE, 60.00; MUTH, JOE, GBB OFFICIAL, 80.00; NEALE, RYAN, GBB OFFICIAL/MILEAGE, 189.04; NELSON, GENE, BBB OFFICIAL, 80.00; NELSON, SHERRI, TRAVEL/MEALS, 1,242.70; NETTESTAD, TYLER, TRAVEL, 120.82; NIELSON, SAIGE, WRES WORKER, 50.00; NOEM, ANNIKA, BBB WORKER, 120.00; GBB WORKER, 25.00; NORTH CENTRAL TRUCK EQUIP, BUS REPAIRS, 1,344.25; BUS REPAIRS-#091, 907.29; BUS REPAIRS-#122, 73.30; BUS REPAIRS-#152, 382.72; BUS REPAIRS-#172, 275.04; O’REILLY AUTOMOTIVE, INC, IMPALA REPAIRS, 50.20; PICKUP REPAIRS-#60, 29.75; SUBURBAN REPAIRS-#69, 180.80; OSHEIM, TAMMY, RBE-GUIDANCE SUPPLIES, 85.55; PALMER, TANYA, FAE-KINDERGARTEN SCREENING, 71.25; PAPIK MOTORS, PICKUP REPAIRS-#31, 41.00; PAPPAS, CARSON, BBB WORKER, 25.00; PARKSTON SCHOOL DISTRICT 33-3, TUITION, 1,410.66; PENCIL GRIP, THE, BE-PRINCIPAL SUPPLIES, 159.99; PERMA-BOUND, FAE-LIBRARY BOOKS, 25.48; IE-LIBRARY BOOKS, 19.53; MS-LIBRARY BOOKS, 1,827.71; PERFORMANCE PRESS, DISTRICT INFO BOOKLETS, 1,690.18; MAILING LABELS, 90.00; PFEIFER IMPLEMENT, IE-UTILITY VEHICLE, 34,151.80; PODHRADSKY, HAROLD, BBB OFFICIAL, 100.00; POPPLERS MUSIC INC, HS-VOCAL MUSIC SUPPLIES, 395.00; IS-BAND SUPPLIES, 220.90; IS-ORCHESTRA REPAIRS, 110.00; IS-ORCHESTRA SUPPLIES, 112.50; MS-BAND REPAIRS, 72.00; MS-BAND SUPPLIES, 8.99; US POSTAL SERVICE, POSTAL BOX FEE-VALLEY SPRINGS, 130.00; POSTAGE, 5,000.00; POSTMA, BUD, WRES OFFICIAL/MILEAGE, 250.40; PRESLER, RYAN, WRES WORKER, 285.00; PYLE, JAME, LIBRARY FINE REFUND, 11.00; QUAM, BERGLIN & POST PC, AUDIT FEE, 15,000.00; RASMUSSEN, EMILY, IE-CLASSROOM SUPPLIES, 134.90; READING BUS LINE, INC, BBB-PIERRE, 1,350.00; BBB-RAPID CITY, 2,835.00; GBB-ABERDEEN, 1,220.00; GBB-RAPID CITY, 2,835.00; GBB-YANKTON, 650.00; WRES-ABERDEEN, 1,220.00; WRES-PIERRE, 1,350.00; ONE ACT PLAY-RAPID CITY, 2,985.00; REVIER PRESSURE WASHERS, BUS GARAGE-PRESSURE WASHER INSTALL, 115.54; ROBINSON, ERIC, BBB OFFICIAL, 80.00; GBB OFFICIAL, 40.00; ROTHENBERGER, ADAM, MILEAGE, 50.76; ROTO-ROOTER, FAE-FLOOR DRAIN, 395.00; HS-TOILET, 195.00; MS-SINK, 155.00; RYKHUS, JESSICA, DRIVER’S ED REFUND, 250.00; SAMP, JACOB, BBB-MS OFFICIALS ASSIGNOR, 150.00; GBB-MS OFFICIALS ASSIGNOR, 150.00; SANDAGER, EMILY, RBE-CLASSROOM SUPPLIES, 280.53; SANOW, BRETT, GBB OFFICIAL, 80.00; SCHENK, LAURA, MEALS/MILEAGE, 155.20; SCHEPEL, STEVE, BBB OFFICIAL/MILEAGE, 127.72; SCHMID, ERIC, BBB OFFICIAL, 80.00; SCHOOL SPECIALTY LLC, FAE-PLAYGROUND SUPPLIES, 546.47; IE-CLASSROOM SUPPLIES, 328.35; IE-PE SUPPLIES, 462.70; IE-PLAYGROUND STORAGE, 609.71; SCHOOL SPECIALTY LLC (CONT’D), MS-ART SUPPLIES, 220.64; FINE ARTS NIGHT SUPPLIES, 1,148.77; SPEC ED SUPPLIES, 27.87; SCHWINT, RONALD, WRES WORKER, 125.00; SDASBO, REGISTRATION, 75.00; SDSU BANDS, REGISTRATION, 240.00; SOUTHEASTERN BEHAVIORAL HEALTHCARE, TUITION-JAN, 6,243.93; TUITION-FEB, 5,649.27; SIOUX FALLS RUBBER STAMP WORKS, DRIVER’S ED SUPPLIES, 45.20; SIOUX FALLS UTILITIES, UTILITIES-WATER/SEWER, 1,226.19; SHIRK, MINDY, MILEAGE TO PARENTS, 462.00; SHUTES, CASSONDRA, BE-CLASSROOM SUPPLIES, 47.72; SITTIG, MELANIE, HS-ONE ACT PLAY SUPPLIES, 79.98; SJO LLC, SNOW REMOVAL, 1,700.00; SLEEP INN & SUITES, TRAVEL-BBB, 1,694.00; TRAVEL-GBB, 1,936.00; SPELLMEYER, DAY, BBB OFFICIAL, 60.00; STATELINE PRESSURE WASHING EQUIP, BUS GARAGE-PRESSURE WASHIER, 6,500.00; STEPHANY, TY, IS-CHOIR ACCOMPANIST, 150.00; STONE, SARA, BE-CLASSROOM SUPPLIES, 146.90; STRAND, KIRK, WRES OFFICIAL, 260.00; WRES WORKER, 125.00;  STURDEVANT’S AUTO PARTS, BUS REPAIRS, 540.68; GROUNDS SUPPLIES, 101.72; SUNDVOLD, TERRY, BBB OFFICIAL, 160.00; GBB OFFICIAL, 80.00; SUNSHINE FOODS, HS-FACS SUPPLIES, 504.68; HS-IND TECH SUPPLIES, 40.88; HS-PSYCHOLOGY SUPPLIES, 53.31; IS-SCIENCE SUPPLIES, 38.38; SUPT SUPPLIES, 61.42; WRES SUPPLIES, 168.14; SPEC ED SUPPLIES, 17.52; SIOUX VALLEY ENERGY, UTILITIES-ELECTRICITY, 94,309.41; SWANSON, KATIE, SPEECH JUDGE, 60.00; TALCOTT, GREGG, BBB OFFICIAL, 420.00; TASC, FLEX SPENDING FEES, 717.25; TEACHWELL SOLUTIONS, COOP SVCS-PROSPER, 20,480.00; COOP SVCS-PSYCHOLOGIST, 250.00; COOP SVCS-SLP, 1,025.00; COOP SVCS-SPED/FOUNDATIONS, 31,350.00; TERPSTRA, DAN, WRES WORKER, 125.00; TIE, ONLINE COURSES, 1,400.00; TITAN MACHINERY, BOBCAT REPAIRS, 1,373.49; TRANSOURCE TRUCK & EQUIP INC, SKID LOADER REPAIRS, 1,103.31; TROPHIES PLUS, HS-PRINCIPAL SUPPLIES, 161.63; ULDRICH, COREY, BBB OFFICIAL/MILEAGE, 159.64; UNIVERSAL PEDIATRIC SERVICES, NURSING SERVICES, 6,537.50; UNISHIPPERS, DISTRICT SHIPPING, 39.30; URBAN, CHAD, WRES WORKER, 40.00; VALLEY SPRINGS, CITY OF, UTILITIES-WATER/SEWER, 319.00; VAN EDE, LORI, PAC WORKER, 20.00; VANLOH, CATHY, MILEAGE, 70.97; VERIZON WIRELESS, MOBILE PHONES, 255.48; VOGEL MOTORS AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR, SUBURBAN REPAIRS-#69, 200.00; WASTE MANAGEMENT, GARBAGE PICKUP, 4,642.08; WATERTOWN HIGH SCHOOL, SPEECH ENTRY FEE, 60.00; WATKINS, KATHERINE, BBB WORKER, 35.00; GBB WORKER, 25.00; WEBER, NOLAN, BBB WORKER, 25.00; STEVE WEISS MUSIC, HS-BAND SUPPLIES, 71.50; WHETHAM, BRIAN, BBB OFFICIAL/MILEAGE, 110.08; GBB OFFICIAL, 100.00; WOIDYLA, SAM, BBB WORKER, 70.00; XCEL ENERGY, UTILITIES-ELECTRICITY, 4,022.39; XTREME FIRE PROTECTION LLC, IE-FIRE SPRINKLER REPAIRS, 603.75; YANKTON HIGH SCHOOL DEBATE, SPEECH ENTRY FEE, 240.00; ZALME, MARK, GBB OFFICIAL, 80.00; ZFX INC, HS MUSICAL-FLYING EFFECTS, 5,050.00; 598,760.25

 

PAY VOUCHERS

Jacob Adams - Bus Aid 416.63; Doug Barnes - Substitute 1,062.50; Penny Bennett - Substitute 524.50; Shelly Berg - Substitute 20.00; Jason Bisbee - Substitute 80.00; Andia Blake - Substitute 1,187.50; Nicole Boltjes - Bus Driving 722.15; Sandy Breitzman - CNS Substitute 45.00; Nancy Brown - Substitute, Theater Usher 703.50; Brenda Burch - Substitute 2,700.00; Lisa Burchill - Substitute 1,500.00; Jon Button - Testing 24.00; Corey Christensen - BBB Official 60.00; Chris Constant - Bus Driving 1,210.68; Kathryn Davis - Substitute 875.00; Brent Deckert - GBB/BBB Scorebook 140.00; Judith Donahoe - Substitute 875.00; Patrick Donelan - Substitute, Driver’s Ed 4,100.00; Wilma Drenth - Substitute 500.00; Lisa Ducheneaux - Theater Usher 40.00; Susan Dykes - Substitute 750.00; Jessica Farley - Substitute 1,250.00; Sheila Finch - Substitute 250.00; Sarah Fischenich - Substitute 756.00; Jeff Fode - Theater Usher 40.00; Rachel Fode - Theater Usher 40.00; Bill Freking - Region WR Chairman 50.00; Roxie Geerdes - Substitute, MS BBB Clock 180.00; Todd Geerdes - Substitute 375.00; Germaine Glieden-Lindquist - Substitute 1312.50; Wes Gravning - Bus Driving 1,055.45; Lexia Groen - Substitute 375.00; Rhonda Gross - Substitute 562.50; Paula Hagen - MS Tutoring 100.00; Keegan Hecht - Substitute, Saturday School 170.00; David Heck - Substitute 125.00; Joni Heggen - Bus Driving 833.25; Tena Heikes - Substitute 187.50; Chuck Henson - Tape BOE Meetings  80.00; Rick Hilton - Event Tickets, WR Table, Shot clock 310.00; Kelsey Hoff - BBB Official, Clock, Substitute 140.00; Pam Hubers - Bus Driving 137.01; Jessica Hunsaid - GBB/BBB Shot Clock 60.00; Mallory Husher - Substitute 40.00; Kristi Jacobson - Bus Aid 444.48; Norman Jordan - Bus Driving 999.90; Abby Kaschmitter - Substitute 1,437.50; Kimberly Kelly - Substitute 1,812.50; Stephanie Kessler - Substitute 750.00; Wilma Kirkeby - BBB Clock 160.00; Jennifer Klawitter - Nurse Substitute 125.00; Joe Krivarchka - BBB Official 60.00; Megan Kirvarchka - Nurse Substitute 250.00; Kama Kwiecinski - Substitute 1,062.50; Tabitha LaFond - Substitute 54.00; Paula Lammert - Substitute, Driver’s Education 4,625.00; Amanda Larson - Long-term Nurse Substitute 2,250.00; Amber Larsen - Substitute 66.00; Ron Larson - Bus Driving 578.37; Tonia Latarewicz - CDL Training 90.00; Missy Livingston - BBB/GBB/WR Tickets 75.00; Wanda Logan - Substitute 1,000.00; Randy Marso - Substitute, GBB/BBB/WR Worker 1,012.50; Ashley Matzke - Substitute 1,062.50; Kathy Metzger - Substitute 250.00; Jerry Meyer - Bus Driving 2,304.40; Susie Meyer - Substitute 500.00; Leah Moody - BVMS Tutoring, Substitute 65.00; Mitzi Moore - WR Region Supervisor 50.00; Dan Murtha - Substitute 20.00; Lynn Nielsen - Bus Driving 298.95; Rachel Ochoa - Substitute 2,450.00; Brady Olson - Substitute 40.00; Steve Ondrush - Substitute 125.00; Ron Paclik - Bus Driving 111.10; Jessica Paquette - Substitute 250.00; Lisa Parker - Substitute 985.50; Ryan Patrick - Substitute 125.00; Laura Patzer - Substitute 270.00; Brent Paulsen - Bus Driving 166.65; Laura Peschong - Substitute 923.00; Stephanie Peterson - Substitute 125.00; Don Pottebaum - Bus Driving 2,102.53; Kraig Presler - WR Clock 300.00; Jodi Robertson - Substitute 20.00; Marshal Brandon Rogers - BBB Official 120.00; Adam Rothenberger - Substitute 40.00; Debra Rothenberger - Substitute 375.00; Ken Schmitt - Bus Driving 999.90; Britney Schwing - Substitute 875.00; Ann Sittig - Substitute 625.00; John Sjaarda - Bus Driving 388.85; Gwen Smith - Bus Driving 234.78; Madysne Smith - WR Tickets 60.00; Stephanie Sparks - Substitute 40.00; Mark Stadem - GBB/BBB Shot Clock 180.00; Kirk  Strand - Bus Driving 111.10; Abbie Strasser - WR Tickets 60.00; Kyla Taschner - Substitute 1,750.00; Diann Terpstra - WR Worker 205.00; Jacque Terveer - Event Tickets 265.00; Patsy Terveer - GBB/BBB/WR Tickets 230.00; Brad Thorson - GBB/BBB Worker 165.00; Claire Toth - Substitute 1,187.50; Lila VanHorn - Substitute, Saturday School 190.00; Kelli Vellema - Nurse Substitute 500.00; Randy Wallace - Testing 24.00; Layne Waltner - BVIS Tutoring 225.00; Monica West - Bus Aid 777.84; Cory Winter - Bus Driving 361.99; Philip Youngdale - Bus Driving 98.10; Heather Youtzy - Substitute 812.50; Mitchell Zerr - Substitute 20.00;

TOTAL  $66,284.61

 

BRANDON VALLEY SCHOOL DISTRICT 49-2

INVOICE LISTING - FOOD SERVICE

MARCH 2022

PAYEE, DESCRIPTION, AMOUNT 

AMAZON SUPPLIES  194.32; BIMBO BAKERIES USA FOOD PURCHASES  2,610.15; CASH-WA DISTRIBUTING FOOD PURCHASES  12,306.46; CHESTERMAN CO FOOD PURCHASES  358.75; DACOTAH PAPER SUPPLIES  8,371.92; ESJD - SIOUX FALLS FOOD PURCHASES  17,936.13; EDDY, ALISON MILEAGE  47.94; GLOBAL DISTRIBUTING INC FOOD PURCHASES  1,193.20; HILLYARD/SIOUX FALLS SUPPLIES  2,096.93; LL HARDER INC REPAIRS  205.87; IS RESTAURANT EQUIP/SUPPLY HS-CONVECTION OVEN  19,039.77;  SUPPLIES  67.39; IS RESTAURANT EQUIP SVCS REPAIRS  522.25; KRAMER, SANDI REGISTRATIONS  2,970.00; KRUSE, ANDREA MILEAGE  49.82; PEPSI-COLA FOOD PURCHASES  1,039.19; PERFORMANCE FOODSERVICE FOOD PURCHASES  120,585.48; SMARTSENSE BY DIGI SUPPLIES  91.52; SUNSHINE FOODS SUPPLIES  19.95; THOMPSON, TYPHINIE LUNCH ACCT REFUND  282.95;   189,989.99

Published at the approximate cost of $311.90

Mar. 23, 2022

 

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City of Brandon

____ Advertisement ____ 

____ for bids ____

SECTION 00 11 13 - ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS

Sealed bids for the construction of the Brandon WTP Expansion for the City of Brandon, South Dakota, will be received at City Hall (304 S Main Ave, Brandon, SD 57005) until 2:00 PM, local time, April 11, 2022, and then will be publicly opened at 308 Main Avenue and read immediately thereafter.

Bids can be mailed to:

Tami Jansma, City Engineer

City of Brandon

304 S Main Ave PO Box 95

City of Brandon, SD 57005

The Work shall be completed under one Contract and consists of all labor, skill and materials required to properly construct the Project. The Project generally consists of the following primary components:

Contract No. 1 – Brandon WTP Expansion

Water Treatment Plant: Construction consisting of expanding the existing Brandon Water Treatment Plant to a capacity of 5.8 MGD. Treatment strategies within the water treatment plant include aeration, detention, gravity filtration, disinfection, and reverse osmosis. 

Site Work: Generally includes site piping (process piping, sanitary piping, distribution piping, etc.), concrete paving, and landscaping.

Mechanical Work: Generally includes HVAC and other mechanical equipment and associated ductwork; electric heating; compressed air system and air distribution piping; sump pumps, water heaters, dehumidifiers, domestic plumbing, sanitary system construction, and other related mechanical system appurtenances.

Electrical Work: Generally includes all electrical construction associated with the expansion of the Water Treatment Plant. Work at the facility includes power supply; motor control centers; variable frequency drives; high and low voltage power and wiring; diesel generator and associated switchgear; lighting; control wiring; control panel construction; radio telemetry; and related Work. Bidder will not provide control system programming.

A Mandatory Pre-Bid Conference will be held for all prospective Bidders at the Brandon City Hall (304 S Main Ave, Brandon, SD 57005), followed by a project site walk-through, on Tuesday, March 29th , 2022 at 10:00 AM, at which time the Owner’s Representative, Bidders, and Subcontractors will discuss the project. Bidders are required to attend the pre-bid conference.

The Contractor shall have the following minimum qualifications: The successful completion of not less than two (2) municipal water treatment system infrastructure projects, each with a rated capacity of not less than two (2) million gallons per day, within five (5) years prior to the date of bid opening. The water treatment system infrastructure experience must include construction of water retaining concrete basins (constructed both above and below grade) and the installation of process equipment, pumps, process piping, valves, meters, chemical feed systems, and ancillary appurtenances. The Contractor must demonstrate having self-performed not less than 25 percent of the labor on the qualifying projects. Wastewater system infrastructure experience shall be considered acceptable only if it meets the above referenced established criteria. Responsible Contractor Certification Form and Bidder Qualifications Form are required to be submitted with Bid.

Bidding Requirements: Each Bid shall be accompanied by a Bidder’s Bond executed by the Bidder as principal and by a surety company authorized to do business in the State of South Dakota, payable to the City of Brandon, in a sum equal to five (5) percent of the full amount of the Bid. This is to serve as a guarantee that the Bidder will enter into a Contract within 15 days of Notice of Award in accordance with the terms of the principal’s Bond and a contractor’s Bond as required by law and the regulations and determinations of the governing board for the performances of such Work. Only Bids that are accompanied by such a Bond will be considered. Bidder must be licensed for the full amount of the Bid. No Bid will be read or considered which does not fully comply with the above provisions as to bond and license.

Based on the “Build America, Buy America” provisions of the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA) and E.O. 14005 which provide that, as appropriate and to the extent consistent with law, a preference will be provided to Contractors for the purchase, acquisition, or use of goods, products, or materials produced in the United States (including but not limited to iron, aluminum, steel, cement, and other manufactured products.) The Contractor shall provide documentation of their efforts to meet the provisions of “Build America, Buy America” upon request.

Bidding Documents: Complete digital Project Bidding Documents are available at www.AE2S.com or www.questcdn.com. You may download the digital Bidding Documents by inputting Quest project # 8129861 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. Copies of the Plans and Specifications and other Bidding and Contract Documents may be obtained from Advanced Engineering and Environmental Services, LLC (AE2S) , 2401 West Trevi Place, Suite 100, Sioux Falls, SD 57108. A $750.00 non-refundable fee is required for plans and specifications for requests outside the State of South Dakota.

All Bids will be made on the basis of cash payment for such Work. The Owner reserves the right to reject any or all Bids, waive any informalities in the Bids received, and further reserves the right to award the Contract in the best interest of the Owner. The Owner reserves the right to hold the three (3) lowest Bids for a period not to exceed thirty (30) days after the date of Bid opening.

The Work shall be substantially completed by 04/30/2024 and shall be completed and ready for final payment on or before 08/30/2024.

Dated this 16th day of March, 2022.

Published twice at the approximate cost of $102.53

Mar. 16 & 23, 2022

 

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City of Brandon

_________ Minutes _________

The Brandon Planning & Zoning Commission met in regular session at 6:30 p.m. on March 3, 2022 at the Brandon City Council Chambers. 

Roll call was taken.  Members present were Commissioners Brian Heidbrink, Thomas Nichols, Brookes Noem, Chuck Parsons, Rob Schoeneman and Alica Thiele.  Also present were Alderman Tim Jorgenson, Building Official Paul Clarke, Mayor Jim Heinitz, City Administrator Bryan Read and City Engineer Tami Jansma.  Absent: None.

Commissioner Parsons moved Commissioner Heidbrink seconded to approve the agenda.  Motion carried.

Commissioner Thiele moved Commissioner Nichols seconded to approve the minutes of the February 17, 2022 regular meeting.  Motion carried.

Lynn & Steve Doppenberg, 317 S. Kirkwood Blvd. were present for discussion.  Lynn was present for the discussion on commercial kennels and possible distance requirements.  Lynn has concerns with a potential dog kennel business having the ability to open at the property located next to her house.  Lynn would like distance requirements between a dog kennel and residential districts added back to the ordinance.  

Dana Clark, 417 E. Switch Grass Trail, was present for discussion.  Dana is a current member of the Brandon City Council.  Dana was present to discuss distance requirements for dog kennels.  Dana wants to see a distance requirement between a dog kennel and certain zoning districts added back to the ordinance.  

Jack Parliament, 521 E. Lakeview Drive, was present for discussion.  Jack is a current member of the Brandon City Council.  Jack was present to discuss requirements for dog kennels.  

A Conditional Use Application was presented for 801 N. 9th Avenue Building 3 Unit C.  Applicant Quiana Greaves, 605 S. Stephen Avenue, Sioux Falls, was present for discussion.  Quiana is wanting to open a medical cannabis cultivation establishment at 801 N. 9th Avenue Building 3 Unit C.  Commissioner Noem moved Commissioner Nichols seconded to approve the application as presented.  Motion carried.  

Discussion held on the proposed Dairy Queen to be constructed at 201 S. Splitrock Blvd.  City Ordinance requires 32 parking spaces, based on square footage of the gross floor area of the building.  One of the proposed parking spaces is located in the drive-thru lane.  It was the consensus of the Commission to not count this space as a parking space, and have the owners find another location for the remaining parking space needed.  

Discussion held on cell phone towers.  A request was received by a resident to have all cell phone towers in the City of Brandon removed and eliminated from the city limits, based on studies he has researched that indicate they harm or do damage to humans and animals.  Patrick Andrews, SECOG, was present for discussion.  Patrick explained that cell towers are highly regulated and controlled by the Federal government.  Cell towers cannot be banned according to the FCC.

Discussion held on commercial kennels and distance requirements from other zoning districts.  

Dana Clark and Jack Parliament spoke in favor of adding distance requirements back to the City Ordinance, as they pertain to commercial kennels.  Mayor Jim Heinitz was present for discussion.  Commissioner Parsons said that he is comfortable with the Ordinance as is, with Commercial Kennels requiring a Conditional Use Permit and use the current setbacks in place for structures, etc.  Council Members Dana Clark and Jack Parliament would like the Planning & Zoning Commission to reconsider distance requirements for commercial kennels.  

Building Permits for February were presented:  #20220008 - #20220020.  No action required.

At 8:45 p.m. having no further business, Commissioner Thiele moved Commissioner Parsons seconded to adjourn the Planning & Zoning Commission meeting.  Motion carried.

Respectfully Submitted,

Melissa Labahn

Recording Clerk 

Brian Read 

City Administrator

Published at the approximate cost of $34.56

Mar. 23, 2022

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City of Brandon

 

____ Notice to Bidders ____

Owner: City of Brandon, South Dakota

Owner’s Address: 304 South Main Avenue

Brandon, SD 57005

Project:2022 Core Area Asphalt Overlay

Brandon, South Dakota

Sealed BIDS for the construction of the 2022 Core Area Asphalt Overlay will be received by the City of Brandon at City Hall at 304 South Main Avenue, PO Box 95, Brandon, SD 57005, before 2:00 P.M. local time April 5, 2022, and then will be publicly opened and read aloud at 308 South Main Avenue immediately after.  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:

Asphalt overlay to include cleaning of the surface, asphalt milling at valley gutters and ending points, adjusting valve boxes and manholes, application of tack, and placing a compacted 1.5” asphalt overlay.

22,890 SY of Asphalt Concrete Composite              

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 #8158809 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 $100.00, 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

Published twice at the appropriate cost of $58.18

Mar. 23 & 30,  2022 

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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 7th day of April, 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 loading area to be located within the front and side setbacks.

The legal description and property address is:

Lot 3 Feldhaus Addition (201 S. Splitrock Blvd.)

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

Dated this 18th day of March, 2022

Chairman 

Planning & Zoning Commission

Published at the approximate cost of $9.28

Mar. 23, 2022

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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 7th day of April, 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 the operation of a medical cannabis dispensary.

The legal description and property address is:

Tract A Brandon 90 Plaza Addition (To be platted as Lot 6 Block 2 Brandon 90 Plaza Addition) Address not yet determined.

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

Dated this 18th day of March, 2022

Chairman 

Planning & Zoning Commission

Published at the approximate cost of $9.60

Mar. 23, 2022

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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 7th day of April, 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 the construction of a multi-family development consisting of more than 36 dwelling units.

The legal description and property address is:

That part of the East Half of the Northwest Quarter, Section 32, Township 102 North, Range 48 West of the 5th P.M., Minnehaha County, South Dakota described as follows:

Commencing at the West Quarter Corner of said Section 32; thence North 87 degrees 22 minutes 14 seconds East (assumed bearing) on the south line of said Northwest Quarter, 2168.61feet; thence North 02 degrees 37 minutes 46 seconds West, 337.00 feet to the point of beginning; thence South 87 degrees 22 minutes 14 seconds West, 158.03 feet; thence northwesterly 136.64 feet along a tangential curve concave to the north, having a radius of 307.10 feet and a central angle of 25 degrees 29 minutes 34 seconds; thence North 67 degrees 07 minutes 39 seconds West, tangent to said curve, 130.19 feet; thence northwesterly 130.56 feet along a tangential curve concave to the south, having a radius of 293.00 feet and a central angle of 25 degrees 31 minutes 48 seconds; thence South 87 degrees 15 minutes 17 seconds West, tangent to said curve, 318.54 feet to a point on the west line of said East Half; thence North 03 degrees 04 minutes 51 seconds West, on said west line, 820.08 feet to a point on the south right of way line of the Ellis and Eastern Railroad; thence North 86 degrees 13 minutes 58 seconds East, on said south line, 859.18 feet; thence South 02 degrees 37 minutes 46 seconds East, 950.98 feet to the point of beginning.

(To be platted as Lot 1 Block 2 Encore Park Addition. To be addressed as 2000 W. Frontier Street)

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

Dated this 18th day of  March, 2022

Chairman 

Planning & Zoning Commission

Published at the approximate cost of $22.40

Mar. 23, 2022

 

 

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East Dakota 

Educational 

Cooperative

_________ Minutes _________

Regular Meeting 

Tuesday, February 15, 2022

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

February 15, 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 January 18, 2022 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: 

January total payroll: $427,775.99

Additions to Pay:

BRAUN, MELISSA A $ 650.00 Extra duty; BROWN, SHERI $375.75 Extra duty; MCCANN, SARAH M $115.00 Extra duty; OSTER, TIFFANY A $1,002.00 Extra duty; RALSTON, ANNLEE MARIE $398.16 Extra duty; UHRICH SR, MARK J $13.73 Straight time.

Reductions in Pay:

HARVEY, REBECCA A $(1,002.00) Leave without pay; INGERSON, LINDA L $(334.00) Leave without pay; SAMUEL, RANI H $(1,504.00) Leave without pay

Additions to Staff: Debra Kindelspire – hired as BCaBA beginning 1/10/22, contracted rate $18,200 for 91 days.

January disbursements in the amount of $99,395 were as follows: ACE HARDWARE, $21.98; ADOBE INC, $229.86; AMAZON, $3568.02; ANDERSON, TYLER, $474.32; APSEA, $125.00; ARK THERAPEUTIC, $67.07; BARNES & NOBLE, $1182.00; BENZ, GINA, $150.00; BLICK, $740.86; BOB’S LOCK & KEY, $69.50; BRANDON VALLEY MEDIA GROUP, $70.00; BRANDON VALLEY SCHOOL, $2500.00; CAREER & TECHNICAL EDUCATION ACADEMY, $1327.00; CAREERSAFE, $900.00; CDW, $215.05; CENTRAL REACH, $2479.50; CENTURY BUSINESS PRODUCTS, $907.75; CEV MULTIMEDIA, $2300.00; CHILD NUTRITION SERVICES, $10812.60; COMMTECH, $8273.05; DOCUSIGN, $511.20; DOLLAR TREE, $31.16; EAST DAKOTA FOUNDATION, $19150.00; ECOWATER SYSTEMS, $34.00; ETSY.COM, $20.71; FAMILY SERVICES INC, $1800.00; FLEET FARM, $141.63; GAS STATION, $510.56; GOGUARDIAN, $944.40; GOOGLE VOICE, $441.12; GREATER SIOUX FALLS AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, $234.00; HANDER PLUNBING & HEATING, $411.27; HANSEN, KATELYNN, $36.96; HIGH PLAINS TECHNOLOGY, $12474.00; HOLIDAY INN EXPRESS, $96.00; HOME DEPOT, $8.39; HOOVER, LEE, $7.43; HOPE HEALTH SUPPLY, $297.49; HUTMAN, INC, $105.00; HY-VEE, $179.55; JCL SOLUTIONS, $500.23; JIMMY JOHNS, $129.67; JULIE PRAIRIE PHOTOGRAPHY, $250.00; KELO-TV, $298.00; MAGENTO, $71.05; MAHER, BOBBI, $452.96; MCCORKLE, MARY, $383.53; MENARD’S, $814.77; MICROSOFT, $23.96; MIDAMERICAN ENERGY, $5346.64; MIDCO, $707.40; NELCO, $376.51; NORTHERN TOOL & EQUIPMENT, $35.13; NOVAK SANITARY SERVICE, $438.00; OFFICE DEPOT, $120.33; OUTKA, JANEEN, $721.66; POGANY, KAREN, $111.02; QUALIFIED PRESORT SERVICE, $464.89; RESTAURANT EQUIPPERS, $19.30; RESTAURANTS VARIOUS, $402.73; ROTH, BRITTNEY, $277.83; SANFORD HEALTH PLAN, $109.95; SCHOOL OUTFITTERS, -$7128.38; SD DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION, $5347.36; SESHRM, $75.00; SHRM NATIONAL, $219.00; SIOUX FALLS PUBLIC LIBRARY, $65.17; SIOUX FALLS UTILITIES, $234.84; SISSETON SCHOOL, $2500.00; SUNSHINE FOODS, $412.85; TARGET, $203.71; TEA AREA SCHOOL, $2500.00; TEACHERS PAY TEACHERS, $14.92; TECHSOUP, $70.00; TESSIER’S INC, $335.94; THOMPSON ELECTRIC, $1221.99; THOMPSON, REBECCA, $15.54; UCLA ONLINE, $500.00; UHRICH, MARK SR, $101.64; UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE, $92.90; UPS STORE, $25.45; VISTAPRINT, $72.57; WALGREENS -- ALL LOCATIONS, $9.45; WALMART, $179.52; WILDFLOWER CLEANING COMPANY, $3976.50; XCEL ENERGY, $2445.42;

Motion by Sandal, second by Klinkhammer to approve a transfer of $25,000 from General Fund to Food Service Fund. On a roll call vote, the following voted aye: Sandal, Klinkhammer, and Ullom. Voting nay: none. Motion carried.

Motion by Sandal, second by Klinkhammer to adjourn the meeting at 5:21 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 March, 2022. 

Board President  

Business Manager

Published at the approximate cost of $47.23

Mar. 23, 2022 

 

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Minnehaha County

_________ Minutes _________

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

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

CONSENT AGENDA

MOTION by Beninga, 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 March 1, 2022

Bills to be Paid $5,726,992.49

3208 GREAT CLIPS AT Miscellaneous Expense $150, 4 FAT GUYS LLC Lease-Rental Agreement $5800, A BAR K INC Automotive/Small Equipment $209.9, A OX WELDING SUPP CO Safety & Rescue Equipment $153.48, A&B BUSINESS SOLUT Lease-Rental Agreement $598.1, A&B BUSINESS SOLUT Maintenance Contracts $127.57, A&B BUSINESS SOLUT Office Equipment Repair $83.79, A-1 PUMPING & EXCAVA Tea-Ellis Range $150, AALBERG, DAVID Welfare Rent $3380, ABERDEEN MY PLACE Business Travel $-85.17, ABN ARMY SURPLUS COR Uniform Allowance $300, ADAM ZISHKA Taxable Meal Allowances $14, ADORAMA Safety & Rescue Equipment $1979.31, AIRGAS USA LLC Lease-Rental Agreement $67.3, AIRGAS USA LLC Small Tools & Shop Supplies $44.43, AIRWAY SERVICE INC Automotive/Small Equipment $3230.86, AIRWAY SERVICE INC Gas Oil & Diesel $330.65, ALCOHOL MONITORING S Electronic Monitoring $1424, ALCOHOL MONITORING S Program Supplies $3136.4, ALL NATIONS INTERPRE Attorney Fees $2800, ALL NATIONS INTERPRE Interpreters $3813.15, ALLIANZ TRAVEL INS Business Travel $44.19, ALLIANZ TRAVEL INS Professional Services $32, AMAZON MUSIC Miscellaneous Expense $-7.99, AMAZON.COM Books $-5.99, AMAZON.COM LLC Grounds & Parking Repair $379.42, AMAZON.COM LLC Office Supplies $399.9, AMAZON.COM*2T6WG65M3 Uniform Allowance $50.4, AMAZON.COM*473FF2CH3 Office Supplies $8.93, AMAZON.COM*4O0RZ0NI3 Data Processing Equipment $210.34, AMAZON.COM*4U4OT4CR3 Uniform Allowance $55, AMAZON.COM*7Y33Y4WL3 Office Supplies $51.58, AMAZON.COM*AS4LI3AA3 Supplemental Food $33.73, AMAZON.COM*B717719I3 Child Care Items $41.98, AMAZON.COM*CL8YI10V3 Other Supplies $186.03, AMAZON.COM*DU0HK0VX3 Office Supplies $44.04, AMAZON.COM*E75FA03N3 Kitchen/Cleaning Supplies $179.99, AMAZON.COM*ED2UC0SE3 Books $24.15, AMAZON.COM*LM9ZS3TB3 Building Repairs & Maintenance $168, AMAZON.COM*MN2Y53VO3 Office Supplies $10.99, AMAZON.COM*NO3TL4JG3 Data Processing Supplies $107.89, AMAZON.COM*P57LE1M13 Other Supplies $34.96, AMAZON.COM*T40UY0U13 Office Supplies $23.42, AMAZON.COM*V42QJ7FZ3 Other Supplies $11.21, AMAZON.COM*VM2E84FH3 Office Supplies $16.57, AMAZON.COM*W92BN8K33 Office Supplies $228.6, AMAZON.COM, INC. Janitorial Chemical Supplies $116.4, AMAZON.COM, INC. Office Supplies $150.64, AMAZON.COM, INC. Small Tools & Shop Supplies $23.99, AMAZON.COM, INC. Truck Repairs & Maintenance $13.19, AMBUSH APP* MINNEHAH Uniform Allowance $-68.98, AMERICAN AIR00123290 HIDTA Grant $349.2, AMZN MKTP US Office Supplies $-35.79, AMZN MKTP US Safety & Rescue Equipment $-2093, AMZN MKTP US*0S63P22 Education & Training $64.99, AMZN MKTP US*0Z3EZ2Z Other Supplies $9, AMZN MKTP US*1B03Y7I Office Supplies $741.08, AMZN MKTP US*1B1888R Office Supplies $37.42, AMZN MKTP US*1B1MJ1K Child Care Items $7.49, AMZN MKTP US*1B2ZL67 Other Supplies $41.38, AMZN MKTP US*1I6XB9F Office Supplies $35.49, AMZN MKTP US*1M3V87Y Office Supplies $35.79, AMZN MKTP US*3L89Y6N Child Care Items $75.87, AMZN MKTP US*3W4QC6C Kitchen/Cleaning Supplies $34.95, AMZN MKTP US*5O9YS8C Office Supplies $343.83, AMZN MKTP US*672F47N Other Supplies $13.15, AMZN MKTP US*6H0S780 Other Supplies $117.72, AMZN MKTP US*745D394 Child Care Items $19.75, AMZN MKTP US*745D394 Uniform Allowance $162, AMZN MKTP US*773AB2M Office Supplies $69.99, AMZN MKTP US*7U26A0T Office Supplies $224.16, AMZN MKTP US*823HG44 Uniform Allowance $191.68, AMZN MKTP US*8E3KA2A Uniform Allowance $67.98, AMZN MKTP US*8V5E26S Uniform Allowance $108, AMZN MKTP US*914EY6L Office Supplies $25.71, AMZN MKTP US*9G3MA57 Other Supplies $37.99, AMZN MKTP US*AR8NT4L Office Supplies $50.08, AMZN MKTP US*BA8JT53 Office Supplies $59.99, AMZN MKTP US*BQ8WO4M Child Care Items $34.51, AMZN MKTP US*D04SP2O Books $7.44, AMZN MKTP US*DW28U2O Data Processing Supplies $105.89, AMZN MKTP US*HD65R77 Office Supplies $32.74, AMZN MKTP US*HL4929X Kitchen/Cleaning Supplies $39.51, AMZN MKTP US*HL4929X Office Supplies $13.05, AMZN MKTP US*IW5Z16D COVID Expenses $208, AMZN MKTP US*J44GG6N Other Supplies $16.99, AMZN MKTP US*JM0723I Data Processing Supplies $49.98, AMZN MKTP US*JN15Z8U Miscellaneous Expense $119.99, AMZN MKTP US*KE84F8N Office Supplies $12.66, AMZN MKTP US*MC2OJ56 Books $8.03, AMZN MKTP US*ME1RX7H Automotive/Small Equipment $24.98, AMZN MKTP US*MH75B7Z Books $5.27, AMZN MKTP US*O688J7C Automotive/Small Equipment $8.95, AMZN MKTP US*O688J7C Clinics - Auxiliary Services $123.76, AMZN MKTP US*OB1V99W Other Supplies $70.69, AMZN MKTP US*OP9PB0O Data Processing Supplies $83.88, AMZN MKTP US*QQ9EW5J Other Supplies $23.99, AMZN MKTP US*SA5UW7N Office Supplies $41.76, AMZN MKTP US*T419L98 Investigators Expenses $81.98, AMZN MKTP US*VJ5VI1B Child Care Items $36.71, AMZN MKTP US*VJ5VI1B Office Supplies $31.99, AMZN MKTP US*XJ8YR45 Other Supplies $91.97, AMZN MKTP US*XY51W8E Uniform Allowance $99, AMZN MKTP US*XZ3DY6N Clinics - Auxiliary Services $18.92, AMZN MKTP US*Y33NV1F Other Supplies $5.99, ANDERSON, JENNIFER Bd Evaluations (Minnehaha) $1906.6, ANDREW BERG Taxable Meal Allowances $18, ANGEL, EDWARD P Attorney Fees $4411.5, APPEARA Program Activities $61.15, ARGUS LEADER MEDIA Publishing Fees $2376.7, AVERA MCKENNAN Blood Withdrawal $54, AVERA MCKENNAN Contract Services $5479.17, AVERA MCKENNAN Hospitals $11172, AVERA MCKENNAN Miscellaneous Expense $1495, AVERA MCKENNAN Physicians $282.22, AVIS RENT-A-CAR Business Travel $348.42, AXON ENTERPRISE INC Education & Training $1125, AXON ENTERPRISE INC Safety & Rescue Equipment $5928.75, AXON ENTERPRISE INC SCAAP Funds $23332.2, BANKERS EQUIPMENT SV Office Supplies $50.47, BARGAIN BARN TIRE CT Automotive/Small Equipment $25, BEN BAXA Extradition & Evidence $158, BOB BARKER COMPANY I Inmate Supplies $1193.54, BOB BARKER COMPANY I Safety & Rescue Equipment $704.88, BOSMAN, JOSEPH Business Travel $68, BOYER FORD TRUCKS IN Automotive/Small Equipment $16.44, BOYER FORD TRUCKS IN Parts Inventory $96.74, BP#1942580JAY AMBE 3 Gas Oil & Diesel $110.55, BP#6615652GET’N GO # Miscellaneous Expense $12, BRANDON VALLEY JOURN Publishing Fees $925.32, BRANDY RUSSELL Juvenile Diversion Restitution $191.69, BREAK TIME 3001 Gas Oil & Diesel $21.47, BRIDGEWOOD ESTATES S Welfare Rent $1436, BRISTOL COURT LTD PA Welfare Rent $671, BROOKS TOWNHOMES PTR Welfare Rent $6072, BUTLER MACHINERY COM Heavy Equip Repairs & Maint $177.07, CAREERBUILDER LLC Publishing Fees $188.33, CASEYS #3238 Extradition & Evidence $3.18, CASEYS #3238 Gas Oil & Diesel $40.83, CASEYS #6342 Gas Oil & Diesel $35.72, CDW GOVERNMENT Data Processing Equipment $958.35, CEDAR PROPERTIES LLC Welfare Rent $2208.58, CELTIC STEPS Program Activities $150, CENEX BANNING 099010 Gas Oil & Diesel $55.23, CENTER FOR FAMILY ME Professional Services $3300, CENTURY BUSINESS PRO Furniture & Office Equipment $7812.2, CENTURY BUSINESS PRO Lease-Rental Agreement $204.17, CENTURY BUSINESS PRO Maintenance Contracts $1141.17, CENTURY BUSINESS PRO Miscellaneous Expense $130, CENTURY BUSINESS PRO Office Supplies $225, CENTURYLINK Contract Services $13.53, CENTURYLINK Data Communications $1296.91, CENTURYLINK Telephone $1953.68, CERTIFIED LANGUAGES Interpreters $47.85, CHAGOLLA, ALBERT Interpreters $50, CHASING WILLOWS LTD Welfare Rent $4062, CHRIS SOLUM Police Reserve Donations Exp $82.74, CITY GLASS & GLAZING Building Repairs & Maintenance $236, CLASSIC CONVENIENCE Gas Oil & Diesel $75.75, CLASSIFIED VERTICALS Publishing Fees $549, CLASSIFIED VERTICALS Recruitment $100, COFFEE CUP #8 Gas Oil & Diesel $57.54, COMFORT INN BOZEMAN Business Travel $679.6, CONSTELLATION Natural Gas $23329.07, COREMR LC Maintenance Contracts $652.5, COSTCO WHOLESALE COR Janitorial Chemical Supplies $35.98, COSTCO WHOLESALE COR Water - Sewer $33.9, CS INVESTMENTS Welfare Rent $7285, CULLIGAN WATER Maintenance Contracts $38.85, DAKOTA AUTO PARTS Truck Repairs & Maintenance $114.41, DAKOTA DISTRICT PIPE Program Activities $250, DAKOTA FLUID POWER I Truck Repairs & Maintenance $690, DAKOTA LETTERING ETC Uniform Allowance $85.4, DAKOTA LETTERING ETC Volunteer Pers Items $1098.2, DEAN SCHAEFER COURT Court Reporters $150, DEANS DISTRIBUTING Gas Oil & Diesel $383.2, DEANS DISTRIBUTING Parts Inventory $158.9, DEANS DISTRIBUTING Small Tools & Shop Supplies $398.9, DELTA AIR LINES, INC Business Travel $576.2, DELTA AIR LINES, INC Professional Services $0, DIAMOND MOWERS INC Automotive/Small Equipment $5359.14, DOCKENDORF EQUIPMENT Gas Oil & Diesel $6646.02, DROPBOX*7NF8WNQWBYP8 Subscriptions $199, DUST TEX SERVICE INC Janitorial Chemical Supplies $21.12, DYNAMIC SERVICES LLC Welfare Rent $1730, EH HOSPITALITY LLC Welfare Rent $2175, EICH LAW OFFICE LLC Child Defense Attorney $9298.3, ELECTION SYSTEMS & S Software/Licensing $9604.03, ELECTRIC CONSTRUCTIO Building Repairs & Maintenance $147.96, EMPIRE OIL CHANGE Gas Oil & Diesel $52.55, ERIN M JOHNSON PLLC Bd Exp Fees (Minnehaha) $5101.5, ERIN M JOHNSON PLLC Crisis Intervention Program $66.5, EXPEDIA INC Business Travel $344.43, FAMILY SERVICE INC Insurance-Other Costs $490, FASTENAL COMPANY Small Tools & Shop Supplies $39.6, FERRELLGAS LP Welfare Utilities $1099.54, FH* FLY SHUTTLE TOUR Business Travel $75.28, FIRST DAKOTA NATIONA Homeland Security $3634.38, FIRST PREMIER BANK Investigators Expenses $200, FIT MY FEET Uniform Allowance $192.48, FLEETPRIDE INC Parts Inventory $153.41, FLEETPRIDE INC Truck Repairs & Maintenance $71.06, FMCSA D&A CLEARINGHO Professional Services $28.75, FORMSITE Maintenance Contracts $189.04, FOSTER, GLENN Volunteer Pers Items $150, FREEDOM REALTY INC Welfare Rent $11525, FRONTIER AI A8DPXC Witness Fees/Expenses $1580.34, G & R CONTROLS INC Building Repairs & Maintenance $831.13, G & R CONTROLS INC HHS Maintenance $163.4, GALLS Uniform Allowance $124.99, GALLS QUARTERMASTER Uniform Allowance $792.6, GAN*1085ARGUSLEADCIR Office Supplies $24.5, GAN*NEWSPAPERSUBSCRI Subscriptions $11.99, GARRETSON GAZETTE Publishing Fees $1058.36, GLOCK PROFESSIONAL I Education & Training $1750, GOLDEN WEST Telephone $69.95, GRAHAM TIRE CO NORTH Automotive/Small Equipment $2474.24, GRAINGER Small Tools & Shop Supplies $152.3, GRANITE COUNTRY VIE Welfare Rent $15063.41, GRAYBAR ELECTRIC COM Electrical Repairs & Maint $691.03, GRAYBAR ELECTRIC COM Heat, Vent & AC Repairs $97.3, GRAYBAR ELECTRIC COM JDC Maintenance $42.47, GRIESE LAW FIRM Attorney Fees $1243.8, GULSON, DELORIS Welfare Rent $3040, GUZMAN, SANDRA V Interpreters $470, H2OSE IT CAR WASH Automotive/Small Equipment $16, H2OSE IT CAR WASH Program Activities $9, HALFMOON EDUCATION Education & Training $289, HANSON, MICHAEL W Attorney Fees $732.3, HAROLDS PHOTO CENTER Printing/Forms $195.13, HAVA HOUSE LLC Welfare Rent $7575, HENNEPIN COUNTY SHER Return Of Service $80, HENRY CARLSON CONSTR Construction Costs $1049942, HERITAGE FUNERAL HOM Burials $4000, HIGH POINT NETWORKS Memberships $292, HIGH POINT NETWORKS Software $1094, HIGH POINT NETWORKS Subscriptions $52, HILLVIEW APARTMENTS Welfare Rent $2310, HILTON INTERNATIONAL Business Travel $1190.88, HOLIDAY INN EXP FT P Business Travel $274, HOLIDAY SIOUX FALLS Welfare Rent $4620, HOLIDAY STATIONS 049 Miscellaneous Expense $100, HOLIDAY STATIONS 382 Gas Oil & Diesel $53.42, HORIZON AGENCY INC Insurance Admin Fee $2775.5, HORN LAW OFFICE Attorney Fees $410.3, HOTELSCOM91654775775 Extradition & Evidence $157.72, HRUSKA, KATHLEEN Interpreters $150, HUNTERS GATE LIMITED Welfare Rent $1187, HURTGEN, PROPERTIES Welfare Rent $150, HUTCHESON, LUKE Welfare Rent $3450, HYATT PLACE TEMPE/PH HIDTA Grant $749.55, HYVEE ACCOUNTS RECEI Child Care Items $11.98, HYVEE ACCOUNTS RECEI Clinics - Auxiliary Services $250.73, HYVEE ACCOUNTS RECEI COVID Expenses $2, HYVEE ACCOUNTS RECEI Miscellaneous Expense $100, HYVEE ACCOUNTS RECEI Postage $7.58, HYVEE ACCOUNTS RECEI Supplemental Food $227.99, IAAO Books $250, IDEAL YARDWARE Road Maint & Material $460.23, IN *CAREHEALTH AMERI Clinics - Auxiliary Services $238.1, IN *CENTRIFUGE TRAIN HIDTA Grant $1500, IN *SIOUX FALLS RUBB Notary Exp $23.55, IN *TACTICAL R/C LLC Other Supplies $2022, INFRASTRUCTURE DESIG Architects & Engineers $50741.77, INNOVATIVE OFFICE SO COVID Expenses $810.84, INNOVATIVE OFFICE SO Jail Repairs & Maintenance $274.64, INNOVATIVE OFFICE SO Janitorial Chemical Supplies $1957.41, INNOVATIVE OFFICE SO Office Supplies $48.28, INTEK HHS Maintenance $72.5, INTEK Jail Repairs & Maintenance $72.5, INTERSTATE OFFICE PR Office Supplies $3762.43, ISI LLC Interpreters $240, JAYMAR Printing/Forms $279.96, JCL SOLUTIONS Inmate Supplies $1066.93, JCL SOLUTIONS Janitorial Chemical Supplies $404.36, JCL SOLUTIONS Kitchen/Cleaning Supplies $2062.66, JIM & RONS SERVICE I Professional Services $65, JIM AND RONS TOWING Professional Services $120, JIMSCO INC Welfare Rent $2340, JLG ARCHITECTS Architect, Engineers, and PMgt $3028.75, JUDEE ESTATES PARTNE Welfare Rent $7182, KARL’S TV Data Processing Equipment $1298, KARL’S TV Furniture & Office Equipment $189.96, KATTERHAGEN, MARK Bd Exp Fees (Yankton) $48, KAUFFMAN, DAVID W PH Psych Evals $2000, KENNEDY PIER & LOFTU Attorney Fees $202, KENNEDY, RENEE S Court Reporters $292, KNECHT, ANDREW J Attorney Fees $464.02, KNECHT, ANDREW J Child Defense Attorney $1386.3, KOCH, ELIZABETH J Bd Exp Fees (Minnehaha) $216, KRAUSE GENTLE Business Travel $114.12, KRAUSE GENTLE Miscellaneous Expense $100, KRAUSE GENTLE Work Mileage $74.52, KRAV MAGA WORLDWIDE Education & Training $850, KURITA AMERICA HOLDI Heat, Vent & AC Repairs $3305, LA QUINTA INN & SUIT Extradition & Evidence $244.34, LACEY RENTALS INC Lease-Rental Agreement $125, LAMP Interpreters $72.45, LANGUAGELINE SOLUTIO Interpreters $209.12, LANGUAGELINE SOLUTIO Telephone $86.18, LAUGHLIN LAW LLC Attorney Fees $9683.2, LAWSON PRODUCTS INC Small Tools & Shop Supplies $83.87, LEGACY VILLAGE Welfare Rent $4315, LEWIS & CLARK BEHAVI Bd Evaluations (Yankton) $920, LEWIS DRUGS INC Child Care Items $53.93, LEWIS DRUGS INC Clinics - 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MEMBERSH Professional Services $126.44, SANFORD Welfare Rent $800, SANFORD CLINIC Miscellaneous Expense $47.3, SANFORD HEALTH PLAN Insurance Admin Fee $3341.25, SCHOOLSIN Program Activities $99.33, SD ASSOC OF COUNTY C Education & Training $100, SD ASSOC OF COUNTY O Due To Other Governments $4906, SD HUMAN SERVICES CE Clinics - Auxiliary Services $10.8, SD POLICE CHIEFS ASS Education & Training $340, SDN COMMUNICATIONS Data Communications $1036.26, SDN COMMUNICATIONS Telephone $2937.6, SECURITY LABS LLC Maintenance Contracts $100, SHERATON HOTEL WAIKI Business Travel $1185.54, SHERWIN WILLIAMS Building Repairs & Maintenance $132.24, SHERWIN WILLIAMS HHS Maintenance $49.59, SHERWIN WILLIAMS Small Tools & Shop Supplies $13.9, SINCLAIR OIL CORP. Gas Oil & Diesel $112.44, SIOUX FALLS CITY Gas Oil & Diesel $15102.91, SIOUX FALLS CITY HIDTA Grant $360.92, SIOUX FALLS CITY Reconciliation $9045.98, SIOUX FALLS CITY Welfare Utilities $568.68, SIOUX FALLS LIHTC LP Welfare Rent $1751, SIOUX FALLS RUBBER S Office Supplies $10.8, SIOUX VALLEY ENERGY Electricity $369.19, SIOUX VALLEY ENERGY Tea-Ellis Range $437.8, SMARTSIGN Janitorial Chemical Supplies $43.9, SOLARWINDS INC Maintenance Contracts $2619, SOUTHEASTERN ELECTRI Welfare Utilities $384.73, SQ *NATIONAL TACTICA Memberships $35, SQ *UVC INC Business Travel $25.26, STALKER RADAR Vehicle Equipment $5950, STAN HOUSTON EQUIPME Construction Safety $344.9, STAPLES HIDTA Grant $299.99, STATE OF SOUTH DAKOT Amts Held-Daily Scram $3545, STATE OF SOUTH DAKOT Amts Held-Remote Breath $819, STATE OF SOUTH DAKOT Architects & Engineers $69.2, STATE OF SOUTH DAKOT Blood/Chemical Analysis $9600, STATE OF SOUTH DAKOT Bulletin Board Service $132.26, STATE OF SOUTH DAKOT Commitment - HSC $11081.2, STATE OF SOUTH DAKOT Commitment - Redfield $960, STATE OF SOUTH DAKOT Coroner Fee/Tax $1.22, STATE OF SOUTH DAKOT Data Communications $250, STATE OF SOUTH DAKOT Due To Other Governments $3613280.93, STATE OF SOUTH DAKOT Education & Training $250, STATE OF SOUTH DAKOT Extension Background Checks $300, STATE OF SOUTH DAKOT Fingerprint/Tax $267.78, STATE OF SOUTH DAKOT GIS Revenue $3.66, STATE OF SOUTH DAKOT Misc Revenue $138.14, STATE OF SOUTH DAKOT Notary Exp $30, STATE OF SOUTH DAKOT Outside Repair $4.2, STATE OF SOUTH DAKOT Professional Services $86.5, STATE OF SOUTH DAKOT Sign Supply Inventory $92.36, STATE OF SOUTH DAKOT Store Sales $53.61, STATE OF SOUTH DAKOT Telephone $653.68, STATE OF SOUTH DAKOT Witness Fees/Expenses $400, STEINLEY REAL ESTATE Education & Training $1300, STREICHERS INC Other Supplies $298.98, SUMMIT FOOD SERVICE Board Of Prisoners-Meals $78202.36, SUMMIT FOOD SERVICE Child Care Food $1092.75, SUMMIT FOOD SERVICE Inmate Supplies $268.96, SUMMIT FOOD SERVICE School Lunch Program $1806.51, TCN INC Telephone $54.45, TEAM AUTOMOTIVE INC Automotive/Small Equipment $181.42, TEGRA GROUP INC Administration Bldg $9022, TEGRA GROUP INC Architect, Engineers, and PMgt $9022, TEGRA GROUP INC JDC Building Project 2022 $8931, TENNAPEL PROPERTIES Welfare Rent $6575, TERRONES, JARED Investigators Expenses $4.2, TFR LEASING LLC Sign Deposits $50, THE UPS STORE 2125 Postage $28.5, THEBOOKPC.COM, INC. Data Processing Equipment $660, THOMSEN, KAREN Welfare Rent $4625, THOMSON REUTERS - WE Amounts Held For Others $766.52, THOMSON REUTERS - WE Subscriptions $271.57, TIMEKEEPING SYSTEMS, Maintenance Contracts $1310, TIRES TIRES TIRES Automotive/Small Equipment $226.21, TOMACELLI’S TOO Jury Fees $249.65, TRANE Coliseum $37.72, TRANSUNION RISK & AL Investigators Expenses $129, TRAVEL GUARD GROUP I Witness Fees/Expenses $35.25, TRI-STATE NURSING Professional Services $2404.5, TRIPLE R INDUSTRIES Welfare Rent $2400, TRISTATE GARAGE DOOR HHS Maintenance $140, TRITECH SOFTWARE Maintenance Contracts $6833.14, TRUE CARE FAMILY PHA Pharmacies $28, TSCHETTER & ADAMS LA Attorney Fees $1995.24, TWO WAY SOLUTIONS IN Automotive/Small Equipment $124.98, TWO WAY SOLUTIONS IN Communication Equipment $149.9, TYLER TECHNOLOGIES I Maintenance Contracts $50814.5, TZADIK SIOUX FALLS I Welfare Rent $11961, TZADIK SIOUX FALLS P Welfare Rent $5842, ULINE Grounds & Parking Repair $99.63, UPS (800) 811-1648 Postage $77.5, US FOODS INC Other Supplies $215.72, US FOODS INC Professional Services $1368.92, US POSTAL SERVICE Postage $1500.34, VER BEEK, KELSEY Bd Exp Fees (Minnehaha) $2239.15, VERN EIDE MOTORCARS HIDTA Grant $1126.68, VITAL RECORDS Archive/Preservation Supplies $600, VUONG LAW Attorney Fees $1387.5, VUONG LAW Child Defense Attorney $1630.35, WALGREENS Witness Fees/Expenses $255.95, WALL LAKE SANITARY D Water - Sewer $90, WALMART STORES INC Child Care Items $33.44, WALMART STORES INC Clinics - Auxiliary Services $152.76, WALMART STORES INC Jail Repairs & Maintenance $540.8, WALMART STORES INC Miscellaneous Expense $200, WALMART STORES INC Office Supplies $69.06, WALMART STORES INC Other Supplies $34.72, WALMART STORES INC Program Activities $63.93, WALMART STORES INC Supplemental Food $35.98, WALMART.COM AA Inmate Supplies $39.36, WALTER, MAX Attorney Fees $323.25, WEBER REALTY INC Welfare Rent $3872.25, WESTVIEW HEIGHTS Welfare Rent $2740, WHEELCO Small Tools & Shop Supplies $48.64, WILLIAMS, MICHAEL G Welfare Rent $7870, WILLIAMSBURG LIMITED Welfare Rent $2193, WILLOW CREEK TOWN HO Welfare Rent $4280, WINNER POLICE DEPART Extradition & Evidence $129.98, WOODLAND HILLS LTD Welfare Rent $218, XCEL ENERGY Electricity $36224.7, XCEL ENERGY INC Welfare Utilities $13660.79, XIGENT SOLUTIONS LLC Maintenance Contracts $541.8, YANKTON COUNTY Attorney Fees $1397.4, YANKTON COUNTY Return Of Service $50, YMCA APARTMENTS Welfare Rent $1360, ZOOM VIDEO COMMUNICA Subscriptions $295.93.

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

February 2022 Building Permit Report

Register of Deeds Statement of Revenue for February 2022

Auditor’s Financial Reports

Routine Personnel Actions

New Hires

1. Nicholas DeVries, Juan Guerrero, Jared Lampe, Colton Laubach, Chedonio Martin, Hailee Steele, Correctional Officers for the Jail, at $20.46/hour (13/1) effective 3/14/2022.

2. Morgan Schwartz, Bailey Strasburg, variable hour Juvenile Correctional Workers for the Juvenile Detention Center, at $16.00/hour effective 3/7/2022.

3. Doug Grinsell, Connie Ideker, Cecile Wollman, variable hour Election Workers for the Auditor’s Office, at $16.00/hour effective 3/21/2022.

Step Increases

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

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

3. Brian Johnson, Correctional Officer for the Jail, at $20.96/hour (13/2) effective 1/27/2022.

4. Stephen Willcox, Correctional Officer for the Jail, at $21.50/hour (13/3) effective 1/21/2022.

5. Cory Winter, Correctional Officer for the Jail, at $22.58/hour (13/5) effective 1/9/2022.

6. Benjamin Green, Correctional Officer for the Jail, at $23.14/hour (13/6) effective 1/16/2022.

7. Eric Schmidt, Corporal for the Jail, at $28.19/hour (17/6) effective 3/11/2022.

8. Krista Leidholt, Sergeant for the Jail, at $40.83/hour (20/15) effective 1/9/2022.

9. Michael McGovern, Lieutenant for the Jail, at $3,348.00/biweekly (22/8) effective 2/27/2022.

10. Julie Anderson, Administrative Secretary for the Juvenile Detention Center, at $20.96/hour (10/8) effective 2/18/2022.

11. Selina Betancourt, Juvenile Correctional Officer I for the Juvenile Detention Center, at $19.95/hour (12/2) effective 3/6/2022.

12. Albert Chagolla, Juvenile Correctional Officer I for the Juvenile Detention Center, at $23.14/hour (12/8) effective 3/4/2022.

13. Denisemoani Nelson, Legal Office Assistant for the Public Advocate’s Office, at $21.50/hour (10/9) effective 2/21/2022.

14. Beau Blouin, Senior Trial Attorney for the Public Defender’s Office, at $3,696.00/biweekly (23/8) effective 3/7/2022.

15. Robert Harrison, Investigator for the State’s Attorney’s Office, at $30.36/hour (16/11) effective 1/22/2022.

16. Ryan Bates, Air Guard Security Officer II for the Air Guard, at $21.50/hour (13/3) effective 3/6/2022.

17. Alexander Suurmeyer, Air Guard Shift Supervisor for the Air Guard, at $26.18/hour (17/3) effective 3/7/2022.

18. Craig Wittrock, Air Guard Shift Supervisor for the Air Guard, at $32.69/hour (17/12) effective 3/7/2022.

19. Mark Russell, Air Guard Shift Supervisor for the Air Guard, at $33.52/hour (17/13) effective 3/7/2022.

20. Justin Sieler, Air Guard Shift Supervisor for the Air Guard, at $33.52/hour (17/13) effective 3/7/2022.

21. Jairo Fajardo, Air Guard Security Officer II for the Air Guard, at $22.02/hour (13/4) effective 3/9/2022.

22. Richard Johnson, Deputy Sheriff for the Sheriff’s Office, at $26.83/hour (17/4) effective 3/11/2022.

23. Spencer Matson, Deputy Sheriff for the Sheriff’s Office, at $26.83/hour (17/4) effective 3/4/2022.

24. Joshua Patterson, Deputy Sheriff for the Sheriff’s Office, at $26.83/hour (17/4) effective 3/4/2022

Abatement Applications for Approval

RDID - 22987, Veteran Exempt Surviving Spouse, 2021 Property Taxes, $1,682.64

RDID - 90257, Veteran Exempt PT10-4-40, 2020 Property Taxes, $2,223.32

RDID - 91759, Ronald & Victoria Ernster, 2021 Property Taxes, $975.92

RDID - 21867, City of Dell Rapids, 2021 Property Taxes, $215.11

RDID - 21870, City of Dell Rapids, 2021 Property Taxes, $886.60

RDID - 21946, City of Dell Rapids, 2021 Property Taxes, $18.92

RDID - 21986, City of Dell Rapids, 2021 Property Taxes, $240.17

RDID - 22337, City of Dell Rapids, 2021 Property Taxes, $210.95

RDID - 22339, City of Dell Rapids, 2021 Property Taxes, $231.56

RDID - 87877, City of Dell Rapids, 2021 Property Taxes, $185.40

RDID - 92994, Crooks Housing and Redevelopment Commission, 2021 Property Taxes, $512.70

RDID - 92999, Crooks Housing and Redevelopment Commission, 2021 Property Taxes, $536.16

RDID - 93702, City of Baltic, 2021 Property Taxes, $857.80

RDID -12470, Marjorie D. Sand, 2021 Property Taxes, $658.86

RDID - 92485, Casey L. & Rebecca M. Van Duyn, 2021 Property Taxes, $1,548.00

RDID - 91169, Judith Dykstra, Property Taxes for 2020-$1,621.09, and 2021-$1,852.37

RDID - 21866, City of Dell Rapids, 2021 Property Taxes, $242.67

RDID - 22336, City of Dell Rapids, 2021 Property Taxes, $155.32

RDID - 62292, City of Dell Rapids, 2021 Property Taxes, $321.96

RDID-32201, Assessment Freeze, 2021 Property Taxes, $771.26

RDID-46519, Assessment Freeze, 2021 Property Taxes, $926.12

RDID-71190, Assessment Freeze, 2021 Property Taxes, $213.17

RDID-48565, Assessment Freeze, 2021 Property Taxes, $472.81

RDID-32813, Assessment Freeze, 2021 Property Taxes, $514.67

RDID-51855, Assessment Freeze, 2021 Property Taxes, $675.25

RDID-46299, Assessment Freeze, 2021 Property Taxes, $178.29

RDID-12944, Assessment Freeze, 2021 Property Taxes, $1,034.19

RDID-23601, Assessment Freeze, 2021 Property Taxes, $182.35

RDID-16511, Assessment Freeze, 2021 Property Taxes, $608.24

Notices and Requests

Authorize Auditor to Post Notice of Budget Hearing April 5, 2022, for Carryover and Other Budget Supplements

Items within Policy Guidelines

Authorize Chair to Sign the Internet Crimes Against Children Joint Powers Agreement

Declare Capital Asset #0092 Haworth Systems Furniture, as Surplus for Disposal

Declare Museum HP Designjet Z5200 Postscript Printer Serial No. CN23M4K036, as Surplus for Trade-in

Authorize the Sheriff’s Office to purchase (5) Ford Interceptor Utility vehicles from Sioux Falls Ford for the amount of $176,075.00

Authorize Chair to sign an amendment to the ERA1 agreement between the South Dakota Housing Development Authority and Minnehaha County

Authorize a $10,000 transfer from the Museum Store Fund to the Museum Special Enterprise Fund in accordance with 2022 budget

Non-Controversial Resolutions

Resolution MC 22-16

Resolution Authorizing the Museum Director to Execute Documents Regarding Copyright and Publishing Rights

WHEREAS, Suzanne Hovik Fuller, aka Suzanne Fuller, (“Fuller”), of 4200 South Vista Lane, Sioux Falls, SD 57105, wrote a literary work entitled The Girl Who Moved to the Town that Wasn’t There (“Work).

WHEREAS, Fuller solicited Siouxland Heritage Museums, a department of Minnehaha County, South Dakota, a political subdivision of the State of South Dakota, of 200 W. 6th Street, Sioux Falls, SD 57104, (“County”) to publish the Work;

WHEREAS, Museum, with Fuller’s agreement, utilized the services of Book Bridge Press, a division of Half Street Media, LLC, of 8210 W 34 1/2 St., St. Louis Park, Minnesota 55426, (“Book Bridge”) to assist with the editing, layout, and administrative work related to publishing the Work;

WHEREAS, the copyright registration prepared and filed by Book Bridge inadvertently registered the copyright to the Work in the name of the Museum despite all such copyright registration documentation having been reviewed and approved by both Fuller and County;

WHEREAS, both Fuller and County wish to correct the inadvertent and incorrect copyright registration in County’s name and transfer such copyright to Fuller and to execute a Publishing Agreement to restore the parties to the position they each intended;

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Minnehaha County Board of Commissioners that Bill Hoskins, as Director of the Siouxland Heritage Museums, is authorized to execute an Assignment and a Publishing Agreement on behalf of Minnehaha County and the Siouxland Heritage Museums necessary for the restoration of the intended positions of both parties, the transfer and assignment of the copyright, and the agreement of the parties for the publishing of the Work;

AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that this Resolution be placed on file with the Minnehaha County Auditor, and a copy attached to any copy of the Assignment and Publishing Agreement.

Dated this 15th day of March, 2022.

BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

Cindy Heiberger

Chair

Attest:

Bennett L. Kyte

Auditor 

PUBLIC COMMENT 

Teresa Pesce, Sioux Falls, spoke about election concerns.

Cindy Meyer, Hartford, spoke about election concerns. 

PROCLAMATION

The Greater Sioux Falls Area Chamber of Commerce and the St. Patrick’s Day committee have requested a Proclamation from the County Commission for the annual St. Patrick’s Day Extravaganza. Shawn Clearly, head of the St. Patrick’s Day committee was in attendance to receive the proclamation and read the proclamation. MOTION by Barth, seconded by Karsky, to issue a proclamation declaring March 19, 2022 as St. Patrick’s Day in Minnehaha County. 4 ayes.

SUMMITT CARBON PIPELINE

Tyler Klatt, Assistant Commission Administrative Officer, presented a briefing regarding the direction concerning communication to the South Dakota Public Utilities Commission concerning the proposed Summit Carbon Solutions Pipeline. Summit Carbon Solutions submitted an application to the South Dakota Public Utilities Commission on February 7, 2022. The application is for a carbon dioxide transmission pipeline. Rick Bonander, Valley Springs, stated the following concerns regarding the pipeline: crossing of the most populous county in South Dakota, companies proposing the pipeline are after the federal tax credits, use of eminent domain by a private company, various safety and liability issues as well as training for the emergency services providers. Donald Johnson, Valley Springs, spoke about the lack of training for emergency responders if the pipeline would have a leak. Peggy Hoogestraat, Chancellor, spoke about the training for the fire department, not having accurate maps showing the proposed pipeline and oil leak that had occurred on the property as a result of 2016 pipeline construction. Joy Hohn, Hartford, raised concerns about the bad dealings that will occur with the companies, loss of crop production, and that the pipeline is hazardous and not necessary. Gary Meyer, Hartford, spoke about the loss of land production if the pipeline is constructed. Chuva Johnson, Garretson, spoke about the actions that were taken by McPherson county and that the proposed path of the pipeline might change. Kate Parkinson, Brandon, stated that the pipeline is not needed. Jessica Deering, Valley Springs, spoke about health concerns for people living near the proposed pipeline as well as animals, carbon dioxide is a silent killer. Commission comments included that the pipeline would not benefit the residents of Minnehaha County and supporting the health and safety of the Minnehaha County residents is high priority. The Commissioners also agreed with the concerns that were raised by the members of the public. It was the consensus of the Commission to draft a letter to the SD Public Utilities Commission stating the position of the Commission. MOTION by Karsky, seconded by Beninga, to defer consideration of communication to the SD Public Utilities Commission Concerning the Proposed Summit Carbon Solutions Pipeline until March 22, 2022 meeting. 4 ayes.

MEDICAL CANNABIS DISPENSARY

A public hearing was held to consider the issuance of a Medical Cannabis Dispensary License in Minnehaha County. Ben Kyte, Auditor, presented a briefing to approve an application for a Medical Cannabis Dispensary License for Minnehaha County. The Auditor’s Office received four application for the medical cannabis dispensary license on the deadline on December 13, 2022. A review of each application for the requirements set forth in Ordinance MC 60-21. As a result of that review, and in consultation with the State’s Attorney’s Office, it was determined that all four applications met the requirements of the ordinance, with the exception of the proposed location. Following the review of the applications, the Auditor’s Office held a public random selection to determine the order in which each application would be considered by the Minnehaha County Commission and the results were as follows: Genesis Farms LLC; GFV Specialty Retail LLC; Shangri-La; and Shangri-La.  The prospective locations designated by each application were all ineligible without a Conditional Use Permit (CUP). The Minnehaha County Planning and Zoning Commission met on February 28th to consider the three CUP applications and all CUP applications were approved. Following the approval of the CUP, it is the opinion of the Auditor’s Office that all requirements have been met for the applications to be submitted to the Minnehaha County Commission for consideration, in the order determined by the random selection, for the single Medical Cannabis Dispensary license as follows: Genesis Farm, LLC; GFV Specialty Retail, LLC; Shangri-La SD, LLC. Emmett Reistroffer, Sioux Falls, spoke in favor of the issuance of the license by stating Genesis Farms is working with neighbors and have obtained some state licenses and having the County license will allow him to apply for the state license for that location. TJ Cameron, Brandon, also spoke in favor of the license and stated that the ordinance might need to be amended if licenses are made available due to the location from one dispensary to another. Scott Anderson, Planning Director, also stated that the ordinance can be amended by the Commission if the Commission would like to issue an additional license. MOTION by Karsky, seconded by Barth, to issue a medical cannabis dispensary license to Genesis Farm, LLC effective March 15, 2022. By roll call vote:  4 ayes.

UNAUDITED 2021 FINANCIAL RESULTS AND PUBLICATION OF ANNUAL REPORT

Susan Beaman, Finance and Budget Officer, gave a briefing on the unaudited 2021 Financial Results and publication of the Unaudited Annual Report. As required by SDCL 7-10-04, the Auditor’s Office has prepared the Annual Report which will be published in the newspapers by March 30th as well as the County’s website in our Finances section. Some key numbers from the report include: total revenue from all funds for 2021 was $101,373,185; total expenditures for all funds for 2021 was $94,654,720; and long-term debt outstanding at 12/31/2021 was $58,104,344. The County’s General Fund unaudited operating results report a strong 2021, including revenues exceeding budget by $4,432,695 with several key items including bank franchise and Register of Deeds fees; expenses were under budget by $4,105,873, which included a combination of personnel and department savings. General Fund transfers exceeded budget by $13,209,946, which was primarily comprised of the $13,300,000 transfer of available cash from the General Fund to the Building Fund. The unaudited statement of cash flows shows a healthy cash position for the County from the reported funds. This includes the receipt of the $18,757,057 of American Rescue Plan Act funds that are maintained in a separate fund. 

AGREEMENTS

Mike Mattson, Warden, presented an amended contract for comprehensive institutional healthcare services with Correctional Medical Management. The amended contract contains the required language necessary in the event that there is a possibility to utilize federal grant funding. The remaining terms of the original contract were not affected by the addition of the language. MOTION by Beninga, seconded by Barth, to authorize the Chair to sign the amended agreement for comprehensive institutional healthcare service with Correctional Medical Management. By roll call vote: 4 ayes.

CONTRACT SERVICES

Upon request of Mike Mattson, Warden, MOTION by Beninga, seconded by Barth, to authorize an adjustment to the contract services budget for CMM to hire an additional mental health counselor. By roll call vote: 4 ayes.

AGREEMENTS

Upon request of Drew DeGroot, Senior Deputy State’s Attorney, MOTION by Karsky, seconded by Barth, to authorize the State’s Attorney to sign a five-year agreement with Thomson Reuters-Westlaw for legal research software. 4 ayes. 

HUMAN RESOURCES PRESENTATION 

Carey Deaver, Human Resources Director, presented on the Human Resources Department’s main focus on recruitment and retention of County employees. Other Human Resources goals include continuing our response to employee COVID-19 cases, expanding electronic processes for onboarding and exit turnover processing, and conducting a review of our voluntary benefits (e.g. accident, critical illness, hospital indemnity) to ensure employees have access to plans with good coverage and competitive rates. 

AGREEMENTS 

Upon request of Jacob Maras, Engineering Supervisor, MOTION by Barth, seconded by Beninga, to authorize the Chair to sign a professional services agreement between Minnehaha County and Civil Design, Inc. for final design of Project MC22-06, Structure 50-101-080 Bridge Replacement. 4 ayes.

Upon request of Jacob Maras, Engineering Supervisor, MOTION by Karsky, seconded by Beninga, to authorize the Chair to sign a professional services agreement between Minnehaha County and Ulteig Engineers, Inc. for final design of Project MC22-07, Structure 50-337-130 Bridge Replacement. 4 ayes.

BID RESULTS 

Jacob Maras, Engineering Supervisor, reported on the bid opening for project MC20-08 Guardrail Rehabilitation. The following bid was received: BX Civil & Construction, Inc. with a bid of $479,500.00. MOTION by Barth, seconded by Karsky, to award the bid and authorize Chair to sign an agreement with BX Civil & Construction Inc. By roll call vote: 4 ayes.

AGREEMENT

Upon request of Jacob Maras, MOTION by Barth, seconded by Beninga, to authorize the Chair to sign amendment No. 3 to design agreement MC17-10 for Highway 149 Reconstruction. By roll call vote: 4 ayes.

LEGISLATIVE UPDATE 

Tyler Klatt, Assistant Commission Administrative Officer, presented a legislative update including the final disposition of several bills of importance to Minnehaha County. 

LIAISON REPORTS

Commissioner Karsky spoke about the Public Defender’s Office advisory board meeting that has held on March 15, 2022, and that things are going well in the office. 

Commissioner Barth spoke about the UDC meeting held during the week of March 8 and the letter that was sent by the organization to Transportation Secretary Buttigieg about certain projects. 

MOTION by Barth, seconded by Karsky, to recess at 10:27 a.m. until 10:37 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.

MOTON by Barth, seconded by Beninga, to adjourn. 4 ayes. 

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

APPROVED BY THE COMMISSION:

Cindy Heiberger 

Chair

ATTEST:

Kym Christiansen

Commission Recorder 

Published at the approximate cost of $438.34

Mar. 23, 2022

 

 

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