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June 10, 2014 CALL TO ORDER Chairman Claggett called the regular meeting of the Davison County Board of Commissioners to order at 9:00 a.m. All members of the Board present. Also, present was Deputy Auditor Wermers. PLEDGE Chairman Claggett opened the meeting with the Pledge of Allegiance. APPROVE MINUTES Motion by Weitala, second by Weiss to approve the minutes from the June 5, 2014 meeting. All members voted aye. Motion carried. RECESS BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS/ CONVENE BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT At 9:30 a.m., motion by Kiner, second by Weiss to recess Board of Commissioners and convene Board of Adjustment. All members voted aye. Motion carried. ADJOURN BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT/RECONVENE BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS At 9:40 a.m., motion by Weiss, second by Weitala to adjourn Board of Adjustment and reconvene Board of Commissioners. All members voted aye. Motion carried. APPROVE PLATS Motion by Weiss, second by Weitala to approve a Plat of A & M Tract 1 in the S ½ of the SW ¼ of Section 15, T 101 N, R 60 W of the 5th P.M., Davison County, South Dakota. All members voted aye. Motion carried. Motion by Reider, second by Kiner to approve a Plat of Lot 7, Block 2 of CJM Second Addition in the NW ¼ of Section 32, T 104 N, R 60 W of the 5th P.M., Davison County South Dakota. All members voted aye. Motion carried. DISCUSSION Highway Superintendent Weinberg mentioned to the Commissioners that he had been approached by Harvey Kelley about how the dust on 250th street was affecting them and he thought it would help if the county would put down some magnesium chloride. The Commissioners did not think that, that one mile of road had that much traffic to put magnesium chloride down, but would work on an alternative solution. APPROVE GRAVEL PURCHASE At the request of Highway Superintendent Weinberg motion by Weiss, second by Reider to purchase 65,000 tons of gravel from Mike Johnson, Lewis Bainbridge and George Rykes for $3.97 per ton, money will need to be transferred to help with the purchase in 2014, Weinberg would then eliminate $200,000.00 from his 2015 budget for gravel. APPROVE TRUCK REPAIR At the request of Highway Superintendent Weinberg motion by Kiner, second by Weitala to repair a dump truck engine for $5,000 to $15,000. The Highway department does have the money in their repair budget, but reminded the Commissioners that this was only the middle of the year's budget. SUPPLEMENT WEED DEPARTMENT'S BUDGET At the request of Highway Superintendent Weinberg, for Weed Supervisor Wells as he was spraying and unable to attend the meeting, motion by Reider, second by Weitala to supplement the Weed Department's budget Supply line (4260/615) in the amount of $6,300.00 received from the State of South Dakota Weed & Pest Grant. A request to purchase a GPS unit was tabled for another meeting. All members voted aye. Motion carried. INTRODUCTION OF NEW 4-H YOUTH ADVISOR Amber Erickson, a Minnesota native introduced herself to the Commissioners as the new 4-H Youth Advisor for Davison and Hanson Counties. Erickson mentioned she has been on the job for about two weeks and has attended a 4-H camp already. PURCHASE COMPUTER At the request of 4-H Youth Advisor Erickson, motion by Weitala, second by Kiner to purchase a Dell Optiplex 7010 tower from Tech Solutions with the quote of $749.00. All members voted aye. Motion carried. APPROVE BILLS Motion by Weitala, second by Weiss to approve payment of the following bills. All members voted aye. Motion carried. GENERAL FUND: COMMISSION; Prof Fees/City of Mitchell - 50.00, Publishing/Daily Republic - 939.79; ELECTIONS: Publishing/Daily Republic - 2,008.97, Election Workers - 7,595.60; JUDICIAL: Interpreter Fees/ CSD - 78.00, Witness & Jury/ Casey's General Store - 94.32, County Fair Food - 32.65, Chantel Spader - 20.80, Jury Fee - 3,811.64: AUDITOR: Rentals/Microfilm Imaging - 175.00; TREASURER: Supplies/Brown & Saenger - 11.24; ST ATTY: Medical Prof Fees/ Avera Medical Group - 489.00, Repairs & Maint/ A & B Business - 51.85, Supplies/Brown & Saenger - 208.25; DOE: Travel & Conf/Blake Biggerstaff - 99.00, Kathy Goetsch - 99.00, Christi Smith - 99.00, Carla Wittstruck - 99.00; ROD; Rentals/Microfilm Imaging - 390.00, Microfilm Supplies/Microfilm Imaging - 105.13, Minor Equip/A & B Business - 3,034.90; CO COORDINATOR: IT Contract/tech Solutions - 2,964.00, Postage/Qualified Presort - 505.72, Postage Meter Fees/ Qualified Presort - 127.06, Copy Machine Maint/A & B Business - 44.00; SHERIFF: Car Wash/Mega Wash - 42.50, Cellular Service/ Verizon Wireless - 426.89, Minor Equip/A & B Business - 1,419.49; POOR RELIEF: Rent/ APC Management - 182.00, Reimnitz Properties - 175.00, Transients/ Econo Lodge - 25.00, KWIK Phil - 60.00, Utilities/Northwestern - 356.36, Funerals/Bittner Funeral Chapel - 2,500.00; MENTAL ILLNESS BRD: Hearings/ Minnehaha County Auditor - 67.50, Yankton County Treasurer - 25.00; EXTENSION: Postage/Qualified Presort - 20.44, Utilities/Bureau of Administration - 27.90; SOIL CONSERVATION: Prof Fees/Davison County Soil Conservation - 6,250.00; WEED: Repairs/Carquest of Mitchell - 43.08, Mettler Implement - 131.93, Scott Supply - 683.13, Supplies/ Campbell Supply - 34.98; DRAINAGE BRD: Board Mileage/Jerry Buchholz - 12.00, Gregg Bult - 49.60, Chet Edinger - 3.20, Deny Kiner - 11.20, Jay Larson - 2.40, Mark Schilling - 4.80, Gerald Weiss - 14.40; PLAN/ZONE: Publishing/Daily Republic - 196.28; HIWAY DEPT: Repair & Maint/A & G Diesel - 858.40, Carquest of Mitchell - 226.39, Meyers Oil - 228.26, Sandvik - 11,321.40, Tractor Supply - 144.05, Supplies & Materials/A-OX Welding - 897.52, Campbell Supply - 29.57, Carquest of Mitchell - 20.97, Dept of Revenue - 394.93, McLeod's - 352.69, Meyers Oil - 597.25, Mitchell Iron & Supply - 25.84, Napa Auto Parts - 123.50, Utilities/City of Mt. Vernon - 70.22, Santel Communications - 28.37, Signage & Materials/Bailey Metal - 51.84, Scott Supply - 49.95, Tractor Supply - 439.98, Projects/ G & M Construction - 2,295.00; EMERG MGMT: Supplies/McLeod's - 79.20, Thune's - 1.99. APPOVE TIMESHEETS Motion by Kiner, second by Reider to authorize chairman to sign department head timesheets as supervisor. All members voted aye. Motion carried. APPROVE AUDITOR'S ACCOUNT WITH TREASURER Motion by Weitala, second by Weiss to approve May 2014 Auditor's Account with the Treasurer in the amount of $7,911,286.33. All members voted aye. Motion carried. DENY WELFARE CLAIMS As per recommendation of Welfare Director Grissom, motion by Weiss, second by Reider to deny welfare claim numbers 12-9823, 12-4798, 12-7920, 12-8673, 12-9378, 12-8945, 12-7383, 12-7565, 12-2447, 12-4776, 12-8159, 12-1336, 12-5450, 12-1413, 12-7090, 12-5416, 12-1269, 12-1256, 12-1789, 12-4048, 12-7551, 12-1718, 12-0965, 12-4323, 12-5656, 12-4815, 12-4710 and 12-0010 due to lack of information to determine a legitimate claim. All members voted aye. Motion carried. ADJOURN At 11:08 a.m., Chairman Claggett adjourned the meeting and set the next regular Board of Commissioners meeting for Tuesday, June 17, 2014 at 9:00 a.m. ATTEST Sue Wermers, Deputy Auditor John Claggett, Chairman Publish once at the total approximate cost of $209.16