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January 18, 2022 CALL TO ORDER Chairperson Bode called the regular meeting of the Davison County Board of Commissioners to order at 9:00 a.m. Members of the Board present were Claggett, Kiner, Weitala, Bode. Absent Reider. Also present was Deputy Auditor Matthews. PLEDGE The Pledge of Allegiance was led by Chairperson Bode. APPROVE MINUTES Motion by Kiner, second by Claggett to approve the minutes of the January 4, 2022, meeting. All members present voted aye. Motion carried. ACKNOWLEDGE COMMISSIONER At 9:02 a.m., Chairperson Bode acknowledged the presence of Commissioner Reider. SHERIFF’S QUARTERLY REPORT Sheriff Harr presented the Sheriff’s Office quarterly report for the 4th quarter of 2021. The full report may be found on file in the Davison County Auditor’s office. NEW HIRE DISCUSSION Sheriff Harr discussed with the board hiring an additional part-time Sheriff Deputy, no action taken. MADC / CHAMBER REPORT Geri Beck, MADC, Mitchell Chamber of Commerce, presented their 4th quarter 2021 report, which may be found on file in the Davison County Auditor’s office. 24-7 KIOSK PRESENTATION Mike Noel of Precision Kiosk Technologies, Edina, MN presented to the board a proposal to lease an automated breathalyzer kiosk to be used for the 24-7 program. No action taken. APPROVE CELLPHONE STIPEND At the request of Corrections Administrator Radel, motion by Claggett, second by Kiner to approve a $50 monthly cellphone stipend for Corrections Lieutenant Ginger Faas. All members voted aye. Motion carried. VSO QUARTERLY REPORT Veteran’s Service Officer Bennett presented the VSO 4th quarter 2021 report to the board. TREASURER’S OFFICE REPORT Treasurer Beintema presented the Treasurer’s office 4th quarter 2021 report to the board. VALUATION DISSCUSSION DOE Love discussed with the board property valuations in Davison County, and the market conditions that effect the Equalizations office’s valuation process. ARPA FUNDS DISCUSSION A discussion was led by Chairperson Bode with the Davison County Office’s department heads regarding the use of anticipated funds from the American Rescue Plan Act. APPROVE PURCHASE At the request of HR Director Meaney, motion by Claggett, second by Reider to approve the purchase of 8 conference chairs at a cost of $1599.92 from Montgomery Furniture. All members voted aye. Motion carried. INTRODUCTORY RAISES Motion by Weitala, second by Kiner to approve an introductory raise for Corrections Sergeant Lynn Smith in the amount of $.50 per hour. All members voted aye. Motion carried. Motion by Weitala, second by Kiner to approve an introductory raise for Maintenance Tech Robbie Faas in the amount of $.50 per hour. All members voted aye. Motion carried. APPROVE BILLS Motion by Weitala, second by Kiner to approve the following bills for payment. All members voted aye. Motion carried. GENERAL FUND: COMM: Prof Fees/McGrath Consulting Group-10,380.00,; ELECT: Supplies/McLeod’s Printing-1,850.00,; JUD: Law Library/West Payment Center-102.33,; TREAS: Publishing/Daily Republic Forum Communications-155.01, Mainframe Support/Bruce Mastel-35.00,; STATES ATTY: Prof Fees/James D Taylor PC-4,468.25, Med Prof Fees/Avera Queen of Peace Health Services-1,476.00, State of SD Public Health Lab-445.00, Repairs & Maint/Dakota Data Shred-49.00,; CRT APPTED ATTY: Crt Appted Atty/Larson and Nipe-396.00, Legal Expenses/Angelica Fechner-554.40,; PUB SFTY BLDG: Repairs/Menards-52.05, Gas & Fuel/Meyers Oil Co-65.08, Pest Control/Premier Pest Control-80.00, Elevator Service/Schumacher Elevator-426.24,; CRTHOUSE: Repairs & Maint/Golden West-75.00, Menards-54.37, Supplies/Menards-41.90, Gas & Fuel/Meyers Oil Co-90.32, Pest Control/Premier Pest Control-50.00,; NORTH OFF; Repairs/Golden West-89.97, Menards-35.99, Supplies/Menards-30.03, Pest Control/Premier Pest Control-50.00,; VET: Supplies/NAPA Auto Parts-71.91, Trvl & Conf/Meyers Oil Co-132.75, Recognition & Events/Sungold Trophies-110.00,; COORD: Website Fees/Bruce Mastel-35.00, Copy Mach Maint/Century Business Products-160.33,; SHERIFF: Prof Serv/Avera Occupational-200.00, Office Supplies/Office Advantage-116.34, Gas Patrol Car/Meyers Oil Co-2,373.53, Assoc Dues/Mid-States Organized Crime Info Center-100.00,; JAIL: Medicine/Avera Medical Group-120.68, Mitchell Regional Ambulance-804.00, Jail Supplies/Jones Supplies-498.17, Laundry Supplies/Aramark-198.72, Jones Supplies-76.50, Prisoner Food/Summit Food Service-5,290.60, Water Softener/Darrington Water-49.00, Contracts/Medical Waste Transport-210.38, Vehicle Maint/Meyers Oil Co-330.58, Inmate Services/Swanson Services Corp-1.95,; JUV DET; Medicine/Minnehaha Co Regional Detention Center-100.47, Detention/Minnehaha Co Regional Detention Center-7,320.00,; DOM ABUSE: Domestic Abuse/Safe Place of Eastern SD-1,250.00, Safehouse/Safe Place of Eastern SD-1,600.00,; MENT HAND: Lifequest/Lifequest-9,000.00,; MENTAL ILL: Committals/Douglas Papendick-404.00, Hearings/Lewis & Clark BHS-552.00, Yankton Sheriff’s Ofc-50.00,; FAIR: Repairs & Maint/Automatic Building Controls-240.00, Supplies/Menards-35.98, Water & Sewer/Davison Rural Water-61.50, Pest Control/Premier Pest Control-50.00,; CO EXTENSION: Trvl & Conf/Christine Norwick-47.88,; SOIL DIST: Prof Fees/Davison County Soil Conservation Dist-6,250.00,; WEED: Supplies/Heartland Ag Systems-1,304.86,; DRAINAGE: Publishing/Daily Republic Forum Communications-28.47,; P & Z: Publishing/Daily Republic Forum Communications-59.18,; HIWAY: Repairs & Maint/Diesel Machinery Inc-401.59, Supplies & Materials/Aramark-400.17, Meyers Oil Co-63.6, Gas & Fuel/Meyers Oil Co-4,744.12, Minor Equip/Dockendorf Equipment Co-5,902.60, Projects/Civil Design Inc-6,800.00,; EMG MGMT: Repairs & Maint/Baker Bros Electric-81.04, Fuel/Meyers Oil Co-72.62,; DOM ABUSE 229: Domestic Abuse/Safe Place of Eastern SD-5,500.00. ADJOURN At 12:10 p.m., Chairperson Bode adjourned the meeting and set the next regular Board of Commissioners meeting for January 25th, 2022, at 9:00 a.m. ATTEST James Matthews, Deputy Auditor Brenda Bode, Chairperson Published once at the approximate cost of $62.65 (Jan. 22, 2022) 25255
Regular Meeting, Ethan Town Board, 01-18-2022 (Rescheduled from Jan.17th, 2022) The Town of Ethan board met in regular session on January 18th, 2022, at 6:10 pm in the Ethan City Hall. Trustees present were Gregg Thibodeau, Megan Perry, Bob Riggs, Raquel Nesheim and Jason Koch. City personnel present: Dave Duba and Michele Pollreisz. Chairman Thibodeau called the meeting to order and led the Pledge of Allegiance. All motions were unanimously voted as aye unless stated otherwise. APPROVAL OF AGENDA: Agenda approved on motion by Koch, second by Perry. APPROVAL OF MINUTES: Minutes from the Dec 20th, 2021 meeting were approved on motion by Riggs, second by Nesheim. No Community Center minutes. FINANCIAL REPORTS: Finance Officer reviewed some of the financial reports from December. Lucas Device has been delivered to Ethan Fire Department. PUBLIC WORKS REPORT: Discussed water loss report and noted that water loss was low this month. Discussed the water leak that was found and fixed in town. CITIZEN INPUT: None. APPROVAL OF CLAIMS: Motion by Riggs, second by Koch, to approve claims. General, sewer, water, preservation and community center funds * employee and board wages – board wages $300.13, Finance wages $2217.94; Public Works wages, $2794.00; Dave Duba, Bonus $325.00; Michele Pollreisz, Bonus $225.00; Badger Meter $124.95; Betty Raymond, training fee $68.00; Don and Tricia Warren, deposit refund $8.00; Card Services $541.66; ClerkBooks Inc, $150.00; CMC Excavation $6571.41; Davison County Auditor $1800.00; DANR, dues $350.00; Hanson Rural Water; water services $3900.50; Menards, supplies $49.77; Midwest Fire (Tessiers) $100.00; Mike’s Corner, fuel $348.03; Morgan Theeler $322.50; NorthWestern Energy, utilities $1745.86; Planning and Development Dist III $646.00; Runnings $17.99; Santel $133.41; SD 811 $8.40; SD Gov Finance Officers Assoc, Yearly Dues $40.00; SD Municipal Street Maintenance Assoc, Yearly dues, $35.00; Department of Health, testing $15.00; SD Retirement System $36.98; SD Retirement System $772.12; Weber Sanitation, garbage service $1756.00; Century Business Products, copier lease $74.53; John Deere Financial, tractor payment $640.51; QuickBooks Payroll Services $5011.94; SD Dept of Revenue $118.35; USDA, loan payment $1023.00; US Treasury ,Payroll Liability $1502.08. OLD BUSINESS: Community Center: Hohn Construction will be repairing the awning and gutters on ECC in the next couple weeks. They are waiting on supplies that have been ordered. Will be installing security cameras. Housing Project: Tabled Bereavement Policy: Was approved and updated in policy manual granting 2 days a year for each employee on motion by Perry, second by Nesheim. NEW BUSINESS: Motion by Perry, second by Riggs, to approve the following designations for the year 2022: newspaper, Daily Republic; engineer, SPN & Associates; attorney, Morgan Theeler Law Firm; banks, Farmers State Bank and First National Bank. Motion by Nesheim, second by Riggs, that wages remain the same: board pay, $75.00 per meeting attended; chairman pay, $100.00 per meeting attended; Finance Officer wages, $16.00 per hour; Public Works wages, $19.60 per hour; and that mileage rate stays at the state rate of $0.42 per mile. Established holiday closings as listed in the ordinances. State law allows the council to pre-approve expenditures to prevent late fees, and approve recurring payment items such as payroll and its corresponding liabilities. Motion by Riggs, second by Koch, to approve the Finance Officer to pay the recurring bills in a timely manner. Discussed joint election with the school which will be April 12th. The city will have one 3-year term open. Joint election approved on motion by Riggs, second by Koch. Ethan Tralriders presented an application for the Community Grant to put towards the building of their new Crows Nest at the Ethan Horse Arena. A $500 grant was approved on motion by Riggs, second by Perry. Ethan Traliriders will be fundraising to match the $500 grant. Executive Session: SDL 1-25-2 (1 & 4): None Next regular board meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, February 9th, 2022 at 6:00 pm. Motion by Nesheim, second by Perry, to adjourn at 6:40 pm. Michele Pollreisz Finance Officer Gregg Thibodeau Chairman Published once at the approximate cost of $43.50 (Jan. 22, 2022) 25049
NOTICE OF VACANCY FOR THE MUNICIPALITY OF MT. VERNON The following offices are vacant or will become vacant due to the expiration of the present term of office of the elective officer: POSITION: WARD I CITY COUNCIL TERM LENGTH: 1-year term INCUMBENT: David Renken POSITION: WARD I CITY COUNCIL TERM LENGTH: 2-year term INCUMBENT: Dan London POSITION: WARD 11 CITY COUNCIL TERM LENGTH: 2-year term INCUMBENT: Kevin Deinert POSITION: WARD 111 CITY COUNCIL TERM LENGTH: 2-year term INCUMBENT: Darin Maltsberger Nominating petitions may be filed in the office of the Finance Officer, located at 500 North Main Street (Tom Young Community Center), Mt. Vernon, SD , or by contacting the City Finance Officer, Laura Mayclin, at 605-236-5207, no later than 5:00 p.m. on the 28th day of February, 2020. Laura Mayclin City Finance Officer Published twice at the total approximate cost of $20.79 (Jan. 22 & 29, 2022) 25015
NOTICE OF HEARING TO: The City of Mitchell Planning Commission, City Council of the City of Mitchell, and the General Public. You are hereby notified that the following proposed ordinance will be heard and considered by the City Planning Commission on Thursday, February 3, 2022 at 12:00 pm (Noon) and the City Council will consider first reading of the proposed ordinance on Monday, February 7, 2022 at 6:00 pm and consider second reading and final adoption on Monday, February 14, 2022 at 5:00 pm. All meetings will held in the Council Chambers, City Hall, 612 N Main St, Mitchell, South Dakota. All interested parties may attend the hearings and provide testimony. ORDINANCE O2022-01 AN ORDINANCE REPEALING, READOPTING, AND AMENDING THE ZONING REGULATIONS FOR CANNABIS ESTABLISHMENTS IN THE CITY OF MITCHELL. WHEREAS, the City of Mitchell previously adopted zoning regulations pursuant to Ordinance O2021-06 on June 2nd, 2021, which implemented a full chapter of zoning regulations for cannabis establishments; and WHEREAS, such chapter as adopted incorrectly listed the Zoning Regulations title of the Mitchell City Code as Title 9 instead of Title 10, and all sections of said adopted chapter incorrectly referenced Title 9 of the Mitchell City Code instead of Title 10, resulting in the ordinance being incorrectly codified according to the erroneous number instead of the correct Zoning Regulations title. The original intention was for the chapter and subsections to be codified under the Zoning Regulations title (Title 10) and not the Building Regulations title (Title 9); and WHEREAS, in addition, staff has discovered that the language relating to buffer zones for cannabis dispensaries is impractical in application and/or ambiguous and requires clarification. WHEREAS, notice for this proposed ordinance was published on January 22nd, 2022, January 26, 2022 and February 2, 2022 listing dates of February 3rd, 2022 for hearing with Planning and Zoning Commission, February 7th, 2022 for hearing and first reading with city council, and February 14th, 2022 for 2nd reading and adoption with council. BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY OF MITCHELL, SOUTH DAKOTA AS FOLLOWS: Section 1. That in order to ensure that the City’s cannabis zoning regulations are codified in the appropriate location of the Mitchell City Code, the existing Chapter 9-15 of the Mitchell City Code is hereby REPEALED and RE-ADOPTED in its entirety as Chapter 15 of Title 10 to read as follows: “Chapter 15 – Cannabis Establishments 10-15-1: Intent: In order to minimize the negative effects cannabis establishments have on adjacent land uses, and to promote the public health, safety and general welfare of the city, the city council adopts the following regulations, recognizing that it has a great interest in the present and future character of the city’s residential and commercial neighborhoods. Adoption of these regulations is not intended to unreasonably restrict the opportunity of cannabis establishments to locate in the city, but is for the purpose of preventing a concentration of certain cannabis establishments in any one area. 10-15-2: Definitions: Unless an alternative definition is explicitly stated in this section, this chapter utilizes the definitions for cannabis related terms which are defined by SDCL 34-20G-1. BLIGHTED AREA: an area characterized by traits such as dilapidation, overcrowding, deterioration, dangerous structures, unsanitary, inadequate infrastructure, nuisance, or other factors which inhibit the growth and development of an area. CANNABIS (or MARIJUANA): all parts of any plant of the genus cannabis, whether growing or not, in its natural and unaltered state, except for drying or curing and crushing or crumbling. The term includes an altered state of marijuana absorbed into the human body. The term does not include fiber produced from the mature stalks of such plant, or oil or cake made from the seeds of such plant. The term does not include the plant Cannabis sativa L. and any part of that plant, including the seeds thereof and all derivatives, extracts, cannabinoids, isomers, acids, salts, and salts of isomers, whether growing or not, with a delta-9 tetrahydrocannabinol concentration of not more than three-tenths of one percent on a dry weight basis. CANNABIS CULTIVATION FACILITY: a legally licensed entity that acquires, possesses, cultivates, delivers, transfers, transports, supplies, or sells cannabis and related supplies to a cannabis establishment. CANNABIS DISPENSARY: a legally licensed entity that acquires, possesses, stores, delivers, transfers, transports, sells, supplies, or dispenses cannabis, cannabis products, paraphernalia, or related supplies and educational materials. CANNABIS PRODUCT MANUFACTURING FACILITY: a legally licensed entity that acquires, possesses, manufactures, delivers, transfers, transports, supplies, or sells cannabis products to a cannabis dispensary. CANNABIS TESTING FACILITY: a legally licensed entity legally authorized to analyze the safety and potency of cannabis. CANNABIS ESTABLISHMENT: a cannabis cultivation facility, a cannabis testing facility, a cannabis product manufacturing facility, or a cannabis dispensary. MENTAL HEALTH FACILITY: an entity engaged in diagnosing, treating, caring for, or counseling people requiring mental health services, including substance abuse disorders, but which does not regularly provide other types of personal health services. NON-LICENSED CANNABIS ESTABLISHMENT: an entity which would otherwise meet the definition of a cannabis establishment but which is not legally licensed. 10-15-3: Regulations Relating to Cannabis Cultivation Facilities: No cannabis cultivation facility shall be owned or operated at a location within the city’s zoning jurisdiction except as provided by this section. A cannabis cultivation facility shall be considered a permitted use in the following districts: HB highway oriented business district; TWC transportation, warehousing, and commercial district; and I industrial district. A cannabis cultivation facility shall be considered a conditional use in the following districts: CB central business district. 10-15-4: Regulations Relating to Cannabis Testing Facilities: No cannabis testing facility shall be owned or operated at a location within the city’s zoning jurisdiction except as provided by this section. A cannabis testing facility shall be considered a permitted use in the following districts: HB highway oriented business district; TWC transportation, warehousing, and commercial district; and I industrial district. A cannabis testing facility shall be considered a conditional use in the following districts: CB central business district. 10-15-5: Regulations Relating to Cannabis Product Manufacturing Facilities: No cannabis product manufacturing facility shall be owned or operated at a location within the city’s zoning jurisdiction except as provided by this section. A cannabis product manufacturing facility shall be considered a permitted use in the following districts: HB highway oriented business district; TWC transportation, warehousing, and commercial district; and I industrial district. A cannabis product manufacturing facility shall be considered a conditional use in the following districts: CB central business district. 10-15-6: Regulations Relating to Cannabis Dispensaries: A. No cannabis dispensary shall be owned or operated at a location within the city’s zoning jurisdiction except as provided by this section. A cannabis dispensary shall be considered a permitted use in the following districts: HB highway oriented business district; TWC transportation, warehousing, and commercial district; and I industrial district. A cannabis dispensary shall be considered a conditional use in the following districts: CB central business district. B. No cannabis dispensary shall operate within three hundred feet (300’) of an educational institution, religious institution, childcare center (excluding family residential childcare), preschool, nursery, detention facility, or mental health facility. No cannabis dispensary shall operate within one thousand feet (1,000’) of another cannabis dispensary. Distances shall be measured from the closest point of the property lines but excluding public rights of way. Such buffer distance requirements may be waived via the variance process so long as the zoning district for the proposed location would be allowed if the applicable buffer distance requirement were waived. 10-15-7: Additional Variance and Conditional Use Factors for Cannabis Establishments: In addition to any other factor which may be properly considered in the grant or denial of a variance or conditional use permit, the following factors shall be relevant for variance and conditional use requests relating to cannabis establishments: 1. That the proposed land use is consistent with the intent of this chapter and will not be contrary to public interest or injurious to nearby properties. 2. That the proposed land use will not cause or contribute to the formation or expansion of blighted area. 3. That all applicable ordinances and regulations will be observed. 10-15-8: Prohibited Districts for Cannabis Establishments: A. All types of cannabis establishments are prohibited in the following districts: all R residential districts, NS neighborhood shopping, PL public lands and institutions district, CN conservation district, UD urban development district, and all PUD planned unit development districts. B. All non-licensed cannabis establishments are prohibited in all zoning districts.” Section 2. That Section 10-15-6(B) as listed above (previously codified as Section 9-15-6(B)) be further AMENDED by removing the words “but excluding public rights of way” so as to read as follows: B. No cannabis dispensary shall operate within three hundred feet (300’) of an educational institution, religious institution, childcare center (excluding family residential childcare), preschool, nursery, detention facility, or mental health facility. No cannabis dispensary shall operate within one thousand feet (1,000’) of another cannabis dispensary. Distances shall be measured from the closest point of the property lines. Such buffer distance requirements may be waived via the variance process so long as the zoning district for the proposed location would be allowed if the applicable buffer distance requirement were waived. Section 3. All ordinances and parts of ordinances in conflict herewith are hereby repealed. Section 4. The City Finance Officer shall cause notice of adoption of this ordinance to be published in the official newspaper and twenty (20) days after the completed publication, unless the referendum is invoked, this ordinance shall become effective. Adopted by majority vote of the Mitchell SD City Council in regular session this ____ day of _________________, 2022. Robert B. Everson, Jr. Mayor Attest: (seal) Michelle Bathke City Finance Officer First Reading: Second Reading: Adoption: Published: Publish three times at the total approximate cost of $307.47 (Jan. 22, 26 & Feb. 2, 2022) 25003

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IN THE STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA, COUNTY OF DAVISON IN CIRCUIT COURT, FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT COURT Citizens Bank, N.A., Plaintiff, v. Joseph E. Parrish and City of Mitchell and Heirs & Devisees of the Estate of Joseph E. Parrish, and any person in possession, Defendants. NOTICE OF REAL ESTATE SALE ON FORECLOSURE CIVIL NUMBER: 17CIV21-000168 A Non-Monetary Judgment of Foreclosure was entered in favor of Plaintiff and against Defendants, which judgment was filed with the Clerk of Courts of Davison County, South Dakota, on November 16, 2021, in the amount of $88,029.58, for the foreclosure of a real estate mortgage. Notice is hereby given pursuant to said judgment that the real property described in the Real Estate Mortgage dated April 1, 2020, and recorded in the office of the Register of Deeds of Davison County, South Dakota, on April 1, 2020, in Book M320, at Page 178, as Instrument Number R 200771, which Joseph E. Parrish, mortgagor, executed and delivered to Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc., as Mortgagee, as nominee for CorTrust Mortgage, Inc., its successors and assigns, mortgagee, for the property located at 819 E 7th Avenue, Mitchell, SD 57301, and legally described as: Lot Two (2), Block Five (5), F.M. Greene’s Addition to the City of Mitchell, Davison County, South Dakota, according to the recorded plat thereof as filed for record in Book 3 of Miscellaneous Records, Pages 152-154 thereof on June 13, 1887 in the records of the Register of Deeds, Davison County, South Dakota in order to realize the amount of the above-referenced judgment, plus interest accruing thereafter on said amount, together with the costs and expenses of sale, will be sold subject to redemption as provided by law as one parcel of land at public auction, subject to easements and restrictions of record, to the highest bidder for cash under the direction of the Davison County Sheriff, at the Davison County Sheriff’s Office, West Courthouse Annex located 1015 South Miller Avenue, Mitchell, South Dakota 57301, on February 24, 2022 at 10:00 AM. Dated this 3rd day of January 2022 SHERIFF OF DAVISON COUNTY By: Steve Harr Halliday, Watkins & Mann, P.C. By Zachary Nesbit Zachary Nesbit Attorneys for Plaintiff 376 East 400 South, Suite 300 Salt Lake City, UT 84111 Tel: 801-355-2886 Email: zach@hwmlawfirm.com (Jan. 22 & 29, 2022) 24807
Unclaimed Property Notice Each year when Alliance mails capital credit checks to former members, some are returned because the person has moved from their last known location. If you know anyone on this list, please tell them to contact Alliance Communications at 605-582-6311 to claim their capital credits check. The capital credits will be forfeited back to the cooperative if not claimed within six months. However, if a customer contacts Alliance after six months, we will reissue the capital credits check to the customer. Bindert, Tim Badker, Kenneth Liffrig, Troy Or Shannon Published at the total approximate cost of $7.30 (Jan. 22, 2022) 24755
NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING OF THE ETHAN RURAL FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT: You are hereby notified that the Ethan Rural Fire Protection District will hold a public meeting, pursuant to State Law and the Bylaws of the Fire District to conduct the Annual Meeting and Election of the Directors. Two Directors, one from the city and one from the rural, shall be elected to two-year terms. The public meeting shall be held at the Ethan Fire Hall, in Ethan, South Dakota, at 7:00 pm February 1, 2022. Betsy Raymond Secretary/Treasurer Ethan Rural Fire Protection District Published once at the total approximate cost of $12.04 (Jan. 22 & 29, 2022) 24651
MT. VERNON CITY COUNCIL Council Minutes January 10, 2022 The regular meeting of the Mt. Vernon City Council was called to order at 7:00 pm by Mayor Weston Frank, with the following council members present: D. Anderson, C. Powell, D. Renken, D. London and D. Maltsberger. Also present: Maint. Officer G. Deinert, Fin. Officer L. Mayclin. Doug Kirkus with Mt. Vernon Area Historical Society, Greg Henderson with District III, and Sheriff Harr were in attendance for public participation. Pledge of Allegiance was recited to begin the meeting. All motions are unanimously approved unless otherwise stated. Motion by Maltsberger, second by Powell to approve the agenda. Kirkus presented the city with a check for $1,200.00 as a donation in appreciation of continued use of The Hall for the museum. Anderson asked if the city could help them in any way, and Kirkus asked if we could link the historical society website to the city’s when it is up and running. Council agreed that would be done. Council also discussed the eventual need to install LED lights in the museum. Frank asked Harr if speed bumps generally help to reduce speed in cities. Harr says they do, so council discussed speed bumps, including some made of repurposed tires. Motion by Anderson, second by London to adjust the 2021 budget as follows. Whereas, the City Council has determined that the 2021 budget requires adjustment. NOW, THEREFORE, be it resolved that the City Council of the City of Mt. Vernon hereby authorizes the following: General Government Buildings $2,000; Economic Development ($2,000.) Motion by London, second by Powell to approve consent items for December. The following were approved: Financial Statement, Council Minutes, General Fund Balances, Credits Report/Bank Statement and Payment of Bills. BILLS: OLD BUSINESS 1. Jackrabbit Farms is making a donation for tables/chairs for The Hall. The fire department didn’t budget for payment, so we will move forward one month to assist in getting this accounted for. Frank has the check for the city for the purchase of the land for $1. 2. London spoke with Joel re: Code Enforcement. Vehicles are currently moving from the Giedd property. Council expressed their desire to have the updates that Joel sends show a new date due on residents who have compliance issues that are currently past due but are being worked on. Mayclin will be contacting London any time she gets a code enforcement update to be certain he is updated as well. 3. Mayclin will look into SDML Ordinance Codification to see what other cities use the service. NEW BUSINESS 1. Finance Officer’s report: Mayclin let council know of upcoming FEMA flood training available in Sioux Falls and the 2022 Municipal Government Day in Pierre. The SD State Historical Society approved the nomination of the Mt. Vernon Auditorium to National Register of Historic Places. 2. Henderson discussed ARPA funds, giving more specific uses as to how they can be used. These funds are for water and sewer infrastructure, so the council discussed that the Northeast Subdivision could possibly benefit from these funds. 3. If needed the city election will be held Aril 12, 2022. We will be posting the Notice of Vacancy in the newspaper 2 times toward the end of this month. To get elected officials for Ward I up for elections in staggered terms, motion by Anderson, second by London to have one 2-year term and one 1-year term for election in Ward I. 4. Council approved the annual contract for Brosz Engineering. 5. Motion by Anderson, second by Renken to approve the 2022 Wages as follows: G. Deinert, maintenance supervisor, $55,463 per year; L. Mayclin, finance officer, $18.21 per hour; A. Overweg, librarian, $7,706 per year; Maintenance Help, $14.34 per year; Mayor $185.00 per month: Council $65.00 per month. 6. Westy’s will be transferring the liquor license to the new owners, so we will be having a hearing for that. 7. Per the claims adjuster for the insurance company, the skid loader is being totaled after the recent accident. He indicated that we do have rental coverage, should the need arise for equipment before we are able to obtain a replacement. Scott Supply has given an estimate for a new skid loader at $43,973.00, and they will be trying to get one for us. There aren’t many available for sale at this time, so it may take a while to obtain. 8. Executive Session for personnel and legal SDCL 1-25-2.1 and 2.3. was not necessary. Motion by London, second by Renken to adjourn at 9:10 p.m. Weston Frank Mayor Laura Mayclin Finance Officer GENERAL Weston Frank 170.85 wages Dan London 60.03 wages David Anderson 60.03 wages Dave Renken 60.03 wages Kevin Deinert 60.03 wages Connor Powell 60.03 wages Darin Maltsberger 60.03 wages Ardis Overweg 543.76 wages Gene Deinert 3,163.34 wages Laura Mayclin 854.36 wages MV School 75.00 rent SD Retirement 533.30 retire Verizon 61.91 util Santel 242.74 util Northwestern Energy 1,982.47 util Petrik 3,420.49 garb Forum Comm 76.18 publ Dept of Revenue 204.48 sales tax CorTrust 1,556.41 941 CorTrust Visa 265.96 Charges MVG&O 235.00 gas Westy’s 116.65 gas Ardis Overweg 329.20 books District III Planning 828.00 dues Morgan Theeler 547.19 legal SD Unemployment Ins 1.11 Unempl Consumer Reports 26.00 Subs Smithsonian Magazine 26.00 Subs MDSP Productions 1,472.00 Supplies Scott Supply 18.50 Repairs J&W Mktg 165.50 Mgmt Code Enf Spec 980.79 Code Enf SD 811 21.28 Locates A-OX 515.95 Supplies Meyers Oil 152.20 Supplies Davison County 275.40 Maint WATER Gene Deinert 230.87 wages Davison Rural Water 5,665.00 water Northwestern Energy 333.00 util CorTrust 38.26 941 SD - DOH 30.00 Lab CITY TAX Northwestern Energy 48.41 util SEWER Santel 45.09 util Northwestern Energy 151.26 util SD DANR 450.00 dues Dakota Pump 1,055.51 Repairs/dues Published once at the approximate cost of $64.84 (Jan. 22, 2022) 24548

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Notice to Bidders HWY 52 B-Y Water Main Relocation Utility Relocation – SDDOT P-PH 0052(08)332 Yankton, South Dakota SEI No: 21334 Sealed bids will be received by the B-Y Water District, at B-Y Water District, PO Box 248, 31039 428th Street, Tabor, SD 57063 until 11:00AM, local time, February 8, 2022 and will be publicly opened and read immediately thereafter. The project generally consists of water main relocation and site restoration in various locations identified in the project limits. The Engineer’s estimated construction cost is $511,000. Bidding documents may be examined at the following locations: B-Y Water District 31039 428th Street Tabor, SD 57063 (605) 463-2531 Stockwell Engineers 201 Walnut Street Yankton, SD 57078 (605) 665-8092 Prospective bidders may download complete electronic bidding documents at no charge at www.stockwellengineers.com. Upon request from a bidder residing in the State of South Dakota who intends, in good faith, to bid upon the project, one paper copy of the bidding documents will be furnished at no charge. Bids shall be submitted on the prescribed form. Bids will be rejected if they show any conditions or uncalled for alternative bids. All bids shall be on the basis of cash payment according to the terms of the bidding documents. The submittal of a Bid will constitute an incontrovertible representation by Bidder that the Bidder has examined carefully the bidding documents, visited the site, is familiar with the local conditions under which the work is to be performed, and correlated Bidder’s observations with the requirements of the bidding documents. Each bid shall be accompanied by Bid Security as specified in the bidding documents. Successful bidder shall begin the Work on receipt of the Notice to Proceed and shall complete the Work within the Contract Time. Work is subject to liquidated damages. The B-Y Water District reserves the right to retain the bid security of the three lowest bidders for a period not to exceed 30 days after the date and time set for opening of the bids. The B-Y Water District reserves the right to reject any or all bids or any parts thereof. The low responsive bidder will be required to certify to compliance with the American Iron and Steel provision of the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2014. This certification form may be found on page AIS-22 of the State Revolving Fund (SRF) General Conditions and must be included in the bid proposal. Please be advised that waivers or exemptions from the American Iron and Steel provision that cite International Trade Agreements DO NOT comply with the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2014 as it applies to the SRF programs. Claims from suppliers that the American Iron and Steel provision does not apply to certain products based on the International Trade Agreement exemptions of the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2014 will not be accepted. Terry Wootton General Manager, B-Y Water District Published twice at the total approximate cost of $60.74. (Jan. 19 & 26, 2022) 24007
ANNUAL MEETING AND ELECTION OF DIRECTORS OF B-Y WATER DISTRICT NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pursuant to SDCL of 1967, 46-16-26, as amended, the annual meeting of B-Y Water District shall be held in the Scotland VFW Building, 531 First Street, Scotland, South Dakota, on Wednesday, March 23, 2022, at 1:30 p.m. for the purpose of electing directors to succeed those whose terms are about to expire: Those directors whose terms are about to expire and the divisions which they represent are: • Stacy Frank: Division No. 5, which is comprised of the Townships of Avon, Monroe, Emanuel and Franklin, Bon Homme County, South Dakota. • Joe Fillaus: Division No. 4, which is comprised of the Townships of Jefferson, Albion, Hancock, Springfield, Running Water “W”, and Running Water “E”, Bon Homme County, South Dakota. • Justin Kronaizl: Division No. 8, which is comprised of the Townships of Mayfield, Turkey Valley, Walshtown, and Marindahl, Yankton County, South Dakota. • Lee Herrboldt: Division No. 9, which is comprised of all the lands lying within B-Y Water District’s boundaries in Childstown, Salem, Spring Valley, and Daneville Townships, Turner County, South Dakota; and all the lands lying within the B-Y Water District’s boundaries in Molan, Valley, and Grandview Townships, Hutchinson County, South Dakota. The terms of each director elected at said meeting shall commence upon the first board meeting following their election and shall continue for a period of three years thereafter and shall continue until his successor is duly elected and qualified. No person shall be qualified to hold office as a member of the Board of Directors unless he or she shall be a land owner or entryman residing in B-Y Water District and within the Division he wishes to represent. Nominations for the election of the Board members for a certain election district must be by a landowner, entryman, or contract holder of the B-Y Water District who is actually a landowner, entryman or contract holder within the proposed nominee’s election district. Nominations for the election of a Board member must be made by a qualified person or entity, as described above, and must be submitted to the B-Y Water District office in writing, on a form approved by the B-Y Water District Board, no later than thirty days before the annual member meeting date established by the Board. Every owner of land and entryman within the district shall be entitled to cast a vote at the election for each director to be elected thereat. Signed: Lawrence Schwarz Published twice at the cost of $49.80 (Jan. 19 & 26, 2022) 24001
MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING MITCHELL SCHOOL DISTRICT 17-2 January 10, 2022 The regular meeting of the Board of Education was called to order by President Deb Olson at 5:00 PM at the Mitchell Career & Technical Education Academy 821 North Capital Street, Mitchell South Dakota, Davison County. The Pledge of Allegiance was recited. Roll call of members present: Deb Olson, Brittni Flood (Via Phone), Matthew Christiansen, Shawn Ruml, and Kevin Kenkel. Absent: None. Others present: Dr. Joseph Graves Superintendent, Steve Culhane, Business Manager, and Student representatives Sarah Sebert & Claire Hegg. Since Board member, Flood was present via telephone, all motions were done by roll call. All motions are passed unanimously unless otherwise noted. Motion #3551594 Motion by Kenkel, seconded by Christiansen to approve the agenda as presented. Motion carried. Motion #3551595 Motion by Christiansen, seconded by Ruml to approve the consent agenda which includes the minutes of the board meeting on December 13, 2021. These minutes had been furnished to the Daily Republic in unapproved form all in accordance as per SDCL 13-8-35. Also on the consent agenda that was approved were the claims and the personnel items. New Classified Hires: Steven Runyon, Paraeducator/MMS, $13.40/hr., effective January 4, 2022. Robert Pollard, Custodian, $14.00/hr., 4 hrs. to 5 hrs./per day, effective December 28, 2021. Henry Buss, Driver of a student to Sioux Falls daily for day school, $50.00/per trip, effective January 3, 2022. New Certified Hire: Deb Thill, Head Track, $4,219, effective 2021-22 school year. 6th Class Assignment: Danielle Erdmann, 6th Class Assignment, effective January 4, 2022. Robert Lemon, 6th Class Assignment, effective January 4, 2022. Heidi Cap, 6th Class Assignment, effective January 4, 2022. Resignations: Conny Tschoepe, Paraeducator/MMS, effective January 3, 2022. Sarah Klentz, Paraeducator/ECH, effective January 3, 2022. Kim Strehlow, Food Service/LBW, effective December 22, 2021. MTC New Hires: Jessica Deinert, Student Success Coach/Counselor, $18,072 (86 days), effective January 31, 2022. Janet Nicolaus, CIS 171 Adjunct Instructor, $2,250, effective January 10, 2022. Roxanne Hunt, Nursing Clinical Adjunct, $6,440, effective January 10, 2022. Motion carried. Motion #3551596 Motion by Kenkel, seconded by Christiansen to approve the lone bid received from Custom Truck One Source of Canton Ohio in the amount of $111,985 for a 2013 International 4300 with a Terex Commander 4047 digger derrick. Motion carried. Motion #3551597 Motion by Ruml, seconded by Christiansen to approve setting the date for the joint County/School election for June 7, 2022. Board members Olson and Kenkel seats are up for election. Petitions can be picked up for circulation starting on March 1, 2022. Motion carried. Motion #3551598 Motion by Ruml, seconded by Christiansen to move into executive session for the purpose of discussing the qualifications, competence, performance, character or fitness of any public officer or employee as per SDCL 1-25-2.(1) at 5:08 pm. Motion carried. President Olson declared the meeting back in open session at 9:02 pm. President Olson indicated that there was going to be no decision tonight on the executive session. Motion #3551599 Motion by Christiansen, seconded by Kenkel to move into executive session for the purpose of the annual evaluation of the Superintendent of Schools as per SDCL 1-25-2 (1) at 9:03 pm. Motion carried. President Olson declared the meeting back in open session at 9:19 pm. Motion #3551600 Motion by Christiansen, seconded by Flood to offer a new three (3) year contract to Joseph Graves as Superintendent of Schools thru June 30, 2025. Motion carried. School Board members reported on the meetings they had attended since the last meeting. During public commentary, Sonya VanErdwyke presented information on the latest Covid/vaccinations dealing with deaths, hospitalizations and other illnesses. Another citizen asked that the District make sure that the Covid numbers that they release on a weekly basis are the truth. Motion #3551601 Motion by Flood, Kenkel by Flood to adjourn the school board meeting at 9:25 p.m. Motion carried. Cash Balance as of December 31, 2021 Beginning Balance, $21,113,385 General Fund Balance $8,716,733 Capital Outlay Balance $4,839,561, Special Education Balance $953,285, Mitchell Tech Balance $3,488,568, Food Service Balance $1,104,926, Driver’s Ed Balance $4,581, T/A Balance $2,169,862, James Valley Coop Balance $-(164,131), Capital Projects Fund Balance -0- Total Revenue, $9,290,071 General Fund $1,241,113, Capital Outlay $233,298, Special Education $439,994, Mitchell Tech $5,962,731, Food Service $208,045, Driver’s Ed $-0-, T/A $942,390, James Valley Coop $262,500, Capital Projects Fund -0-. Total Expenditures, $4,861,457 General Fund $1,886,136, Capital Outlay $100,633, Special Education $594,262, Mitchell Tech $1,541,175, Food Service $169,561, Driver’s Ed $-0-, T/A $457,838, James Valley Coop $46,569, Capital Projects Fund $65,283. Ending Balance, $25,541,999 General Fund $8,071,710, Capital Outlay $4,972,226, Special Education $799,017, Mitchell Tech $7,910,126, Food Service $1,143,410, Driver’s Ed $4,581, T/A $2,654,414, James Valley Coop $51,800, Capital Projects Fund (65,285) General Fund A Ox Welding Supply Welding Supplies 859.24 A T & T Cell Phone Usage 513.30 Accelerate Education Licenses,Workbooks 9,261.00 Al’s Engraving Signs 50.65 Auto Body Specialties Repair Parts 7.90 Automatic Building Controls O/M Supplies 882.14 Beers, Jerry BB Official 185.68 Bender’s Drain Cleaning 475.00 Berg, Darin BB Official 157.96 Big E Auto Vehicle Service 154.06 Biggerstaff, Stacie Party Supplies 38.19 Bohr, Lawron CC Worker 96.00 Builders First Source Program Supplies 9.99 Carrels, Brian Wrestling Official 317.60 Century Link Telephone Lines 76.03 Chada, Dodie Gymnastics Judge 233.64 Christian, Jenny Gymnastics Judge 250.44 City Of Mitchell Water,Sewer/2 Mo. 8,997.00 City Of Mitchell Landfill Fees 100.00 Colliers Securities Disclosure Services 700.00 County Fair Food Supplies 944.96 Cubby’s Fuel 775.24 De Speigler, Gregg BB Official 287.36 Demco Library Supplies 20.54 Desmond, Erin Piano Accompanist 127.50 Direct Digital Controls Service Call 220.00 Division Of Motor Vehicles Title Fee 10.00 Eggers, Tom BB Official 100.00 Ehlke, Courtney Mileage 132.55 EHS Show Choir Middle School/2 700.00 Encore Choral Boosters Competition Fee 325.00 Erdmann, Danielle Classroom Supplies 138.08 Fink, Kolin Wrestling Official 157.20 First Nat’l Bank Omaha Travel,Program Expenses 7,017.72 Flinn Scientific Science Supplies 261.31 Foreman Student Transportation 34,517.91 Fowkes, Erin Staff Appreciation 80.00 Garrow, Jon BB Official 157.96 Gerlach, Erik BB Official 100.00 Gerry,Brian BB Official 257.96 Graham Tire Company Vehicle Repair 365.95 Grainger O/M Supplies 347.40 Gross,Andrew BB Official 131.08 Haenfler, Jeff BB Official 142.84 Hameray Publishing Reading Materials 925.47 Heartland Tanks & Supply Backscrapper 175.00 Heckenlaible, Danieka Leap Supplies 49.25 Hetland, Hannah Debate Judge 80.00 Hicks, Patrick Books 180.00 Hillyard Custodial Supplies 8,568.31 Honda Of Mitchell Repair 540.57 Innovative Office Solutions Program & Office Supplies 293.81 Interstate All Battery Center Repair 355.46 Interstate Glass & Door O/M Supplies 87.28 Jastram, Terry BB Official 357.96 Jaymar Business Forms W-2 Mailers,1099 Forms 456.22 Johnson Controls New Alarm System/MS Service Call 3,013.00 Jones Supplies Custodial Supplies 4,303.63 Jorgensen, Stephanie Gymnastics Judge 230.44 Junker, Josh BB Official 100.00 Krohmer Plumbing Service Call 1,781.34 Lincoln High School Entry Fee 60.00 Logan Luxury Theatres Gift Cards 127.00 Lunde, Timberly Gymnastics Judge 285.88 Malloy, Bob BB Official 118.48 Menards O/M,Program Supplies 1,354.62 Mettler, Zach Wrestling Official 140.40 Midco Business Long Distance Service 118.52 Miedema Sanitation Trash Removal l 2,995.00 Mitchell Concrete Gravel 65.00 Mitchell Iron & Supply O/M Supplies,Repairs 51.33 Muth Electric Electrical Service,Supplies 4,800.79 Napa Auto Parts Program,O/M Supplies 22.49 Nasco Classroom Supplies 629.32 Nebraska Air Filter Air Filters 1,013.71 Neises, Bailey Wrestling Official 183.24 Office Advantage, Staples 84.99 Office Depot Program Supplies 116.34 Office Of Fire Marshal Boiler Inspections 80.00 Ortmeier, Adam Debate Judge 80.00 Pepper Vocal,Band Supplies 665.91 PMB Telephone Service 492.00 Popplers Music Supplies 734.40 Premier Pest Control Pest Control 675.00 Qualified Presort Service Postage 165.93 Region III FCCLA Registrations 187.50 Reinhart Foodservice Food Supplies 3,742.55 Ricketts Jr., Jim BB Official 100.00 Roosevelt Debate Entry Fee 75.00 Runge, Joanne Gymnastics Judge 195.00 S & M Printing Printing 113.00 Sanchez, Caleigh Debate Judge 80.00 Sargent Welch Classroom Supplies 177.38 Schmit, Leonard O/M Supplies 106.50 Schmitt Music Music Supplies 230.00 Schoenfelder, Meagan Lodging, Meal 127.80 Schroeder, Jeff BB Official 163.84 Schroeder, Lisa Gymnastics Judge 207.60 Scott Supply Co Repair Parts 40.85 SDMEA Registration Fees 35.00 SDMEA Auditions 27.00 Shannon, Marica Classroom Supplies 220.64 Sioux Falls Washington HS Entry Fee 75.00 Stahle, Ryan Travel expense 404.83 Studer, Jacob BB Official 100.00 Sun Gold Sports Program Supplies 731.50 Taylor, Lee BB Official 100.00 Thunes True Value O/M Supplies 329.13 Triotel Communications Telephone/Colonies 85.29 United Parcel Service Freight 400.00 Vossekuil, Chad BB Official 161.32 Wholesale Electronics O/M & Program Supplies 37.70 Woodwind & Brasswind Band Supplies 62.98 General Fund Total 115,559.88 Capital Outlay Butler Machinery Compact Tractor W/Trade In 42,600.00 First Nat’l Bank Omaha Travel,Program Expenses 684.00 Office Advantage Printing Contract 1,833.88 Riverside Technologies Software 3,987.00 SD Federal Property Agency 2015 Chevy Malibu 8,100.00 US Bank St Paul Debt Service 361,440.00 Capital Outlay Fund Total 418,644.88 Special Education Access Health Mitchell Evaluations 261.00 Career Connections Contracted Services 848.46 Children’s Care Hospital November Services 5,833.00 First Nat’l Bank Omaha Travel,Program Expenses 51.97 Hieb, Samantha Mileage 29.82 Larson, Karin Professional Services 2,487.50 Maeschen, Rachel SDBMOE Renewal 50.00 Palace Transit Student T Transportation 3,643.48 SD Dept Human Services December Services 8,165.32 SD Federal Property Agency 2015 Chevy Malibu 8,100.00 Tanya’s Interpreting Services Sign Language Interpreter 4,751.00 Volunteers Of America, Dakotas December Services 822.12 Special Education Fund Total 35,043.67 Post Secondary 44 Interactive Advertising 19,370.12 A Ox Welding Supply Welding 924.05 Advance Auto Parts Powersports/Vacuum 16.67 AGC Building Chapter 2022 Membership Annual Dues 525.00 AIA Corporation Student Success Jackets 571.87 Al’s Engraving Nursing Department Medallion 11,695.15 Albertz, Kelvin Registration 50.00 Aramark Uniform Services Rugs - Tech Center 768.02 ATI Nursing Testing Fees 33,553.08 Avera Occupational Med Drug Testing/Screening 276.00 Bailey Metal Fabricators Building & Grounds Square Tube 128.79 Big E Auto Car repairs 1,720.01 Border States Electric Alut-Vassar 4,534.76 Borgmann, Paul Land Lease-Wind Turbine 4,973.49 Brooks Oil Company Butler Building-Diesel 2,159.20 Bruinsma, Whitney MTC Holiday Party-Candy 96.89 Buhl’s Dry cleaning Culinary Linens 386.96 C & B Operations Ag-Socket 43.87 Cambria Suites Lodging 69.00 Cardsdirect Foundation-Holiday Cards 809.34 City Of Mitchell Water,Sewer/2 Mo 715.26 City Of Mitchell Tire Disposal 14.00 County Fair Food Supplies 728.52 Cranny Sales & Service 3rd Party Tester 3,240.00 Crazy Lady Consuling Consulting Services-December 3,337.00 Dairy Star Advertising 470.48 Dakota Riggers & Tool Wind-Sockets 80.61 Denning, Bradyn Stock Market State Winner 12.50 Digital Compliance HIPAA-Rad Tech 9.99 Division Of Motor Vehicles Motorcycle Plates/Plate Fee 31.20 Dyno Jet 250ix Motorcycles & ATV’s 15,653.00 EMC Insurance Property/Liability Ins 269.00 Fastenal Company Supplies 249.56 FM Acoustical Tile Supplies 958.72 Foreman Student Transportation 1,315.00 Fuerst, Doug Replace 203 Flourescent Fixtures 38,544.91 Golden West Technologies Tele Answering Service 25.00 Graham Tire Company Tires/Repairs-1997 Chevy 726.44 Graybar Fiber Project-Cares Act 27,944.76 Hantke, Layne SD Electrical Commission 450.48 High Point Networks CW General Time Clearpass 380.00 Hillyard Custodial Supplies 250.59 Innovative Nonprofit Consulting Service 2,875.00 Interstate Tire & Auto Tire Repair 201.00 Jaymar Business Forms W-2 Mailers,1099 Forms 152.07 Johnson Controls Replace Controller, Thermostat 67,197.16 Johnstone Supply Batteries 38.50 Jones Supplies Custodial Supplies 2,272.72 Krall Eye Clinic Protective Eyeware-Cares Act 150.00 Laerdal Medical Corp V Sim-Nursing,Peds 6,396.84 Lamar Companies Advertising 685.00 Masters Performance Improvement SDLA-Speaking Fee 3,823.50 Matheson Tri-Gas Lincoln Contact Tip 474.54 Mcleods Office Supply Receipt Book 111.05 Mega Wash Car Wash 41.50 Menards Pex Ball Valve 1,184.08 Mercury Marine Annual Training 30.00 Mettler Implement 2022 Ranger 12,350.00 Miedema Sanitation Trash Removal 2,402.96 Mitchell Convention & Visitors Mitchell Guide To Everything Ad 1,125.00 Mitchell Iron & Supply Black Pipe 102.37 Muth Electric Checked Breaker 14,013.65 Nova Fitness Equipment Barbell Rack, Barbells, Bar Rack 435.00 Office Advantage Printing Contract 1,804.22 Osborne, Tom Diesel Fill Up 80.00 Petrik Sanitation Cardboard Service 120.00 Ponderosa Rentals Storage Unit Rent-December 160.00 Premier Pest Control Pest Control 1,350.00 Proctorfree Hosting Fee Monthly 603.00 Prostrollo Motor Sales FBM Impala Windshield Repl 262.40 Puetz Design+Build Wind Tower Nacelles-Crane 1,530.62 Qualified Presort Service Postage 1,430.18 Riverside Industries 3/8 Flat Bar 3,440.00 Runnings Supply Tire/Wheel Assembly 933.57 S & M Printing Holiday Cards 156.00 Saga Communications Advertising 275.00 Schoenfelder Portables Portable Toilets 40.00 Scott Supply Co Battery, Core 330.99 SD School Of Mines&Technolog Esri Statewide Ed License 250.00 SDASFAA Membership 75.00 SDCTM/SDSTASDCTM/SDSTA Joint Prof Dev 315.00 SDTEA Registration/Exhibitor Fee 75.00 Sherwin Williams Building & Grounds Paint 60.85 Sioux Falls Crane And Hoist Crane With Operator 3,007.50 Sisson Printing Envelopes-Admissions Office 5,214.38 Smith, Lynne Student Christmas Party 93.53 Steam Digital Video Shoot/Editing 5,409.66 Sun Gold Sports Student Ambassador Jackets 3,618.00 Thompson, Miriam Stock Market State Winner 12.50 Tractor Supply Credit Plan Powerline-Dewalt Grinding Wheels 149.97 Trajecsys Corporation Reporting System 500.00 UNISA Payment Center/Perkins Loan 434.50 US Bank Operations Center December Facility Fees 819.70 Vern Eide Ford 2016 Ford F450 Superduty Repairs 137.50 Voyager Fleet Systems Fuel 2,611.91 Western Microscope Microscope Repairs 1,035.00 Whiskey Creek Powerline Meals 317.28 Yamaha Motor Corporation V6 Outboard Engine Stand 1,010.40 Total Post Secondary Fund 331,804.89 MTC Enterprise Fund Aramark Uniform Services Culinary Uniforms 550.98 Builders First Source House #109-Trim Clip 19,391.07 Cash-WA Distributing Food Supplies 2,196.28 County Fair Food Supplies 98.75 Dakota Supply Group House #108-Cap Wall Bk 248.98 Jones Supplies Culinary Supplies 375.42 Karl’s Hood Insert Repairs 699.99 Menards House #108 2,788.16 Northwestern Energy House #108 140.86 Pella Windows And Doors House #109 Windows 17,624.15 Pepsi Culinary Vending/Water 128.00 Reinhart Foodservice Food Supplies 1,409.63 Schoenfelder Portables Portable Toilets 160.00 Sherwin Williams House #108 2,425.13 So Dak Seamless House #108-Gutter, Elbows 2,005.35 Winsupply Of Sioux Falls House #109-Register Boots 170.86 Total MTC Enterprise Fund 50,413.61 MCTEA Academy A Ox Welding Supply Welding Supplies (53.07) Aramark Laundry Service 48.81 Menards O/M,Program Supplies 259.39 Napa Auto Parts Program,O/M Supplies 44.48 Total MCTEA Academy 299.61 MTC Corporate Training A Ox Welding Supply Corp Ed Industry Training 14.77 Cranny Sales & Service 3rd Party Testing 90.00 Peterson, Travis Corp Ed Training Reimbursment 26.00 Radigan, Haylee Reimbursement For Welding Test 131.00 Support Voyager Fleet Systems Fuel 54.98 Total MTC Corporate Training 316.75 K-12 Food Service Chesterman Company Food Supplies 756.00 Darrington Water Water Conditioning 360.01 East Side Jersey Dairy Food Supplies 14,909.89 Hobart Sales And Service O/M Supplies 260.27 Jones Supplies Custodial Supplies 3,935.00 Pepsi Mitchell Vending/Water 388.70 Reinhart Foodservice Food Supplies 69,232.92 Total K-12 Food Service Fund 89,842.79 MTC Bookstore Fund Akademos Books 14,730.55 Dakota Supply Group Tools 3,310.64 Excel Images Campus Store Spirit Apparel 947.09 Halo Branded Solutions Himalayan Tumblers 795.79 Johnstone Supply Tools 35.25 Matheson Tri-Gas Welding Gloves 117.31 MY Sport Campus Store Spirit Items 436.00 Pepsi Mitchell Campus Store Vending 118.80 Plaza Cleaners Damaged Sweatshirts 39.50 Sign Pro Precision Program Shirts 1,328.40 Snap-On Industrial Tools 123.17 Sun Gold Sports Red Shirts 1,309.50 United Parcel Service Freight 327.63 Total MTC Bookstore Fund 23,619.63 MTC Farm Resale C & B Operations Land Lab Parts 884.66 Total MTC Farm Resale 884.66 MITCHELL SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 17-2 PUBLICATION OF PAYROLL Pursuant to SDCL 6-1-10 is a listing of personnel employed by the Mitchell School District 17-2 as of December 2021. K-12 Teachers: Abts, Marissa $46,437; Alm, Monica $53,170; $56,329; Anderson, Darrel $59,890; Auch, Cassie $54,195; Auch, Kylee $45,062; Bakhtiari, Laura $47,620; Bartscher, Melissa $53,370; Bauder, Barbara $54,593; Bauder, James $55,322; Bechen, Michelle $45,062; Becker, Molly $46,037; Berg, Renee $72,024; Berg, Thomas $70,381; Berggren, Riley $50,366; Bernard, Marilyn $64,169; Berletic, Kelsey $46,437; Bialas, Gina $51,420; Bierman, Cindy $51,570; Biggerstaff, Stacie $65,702; Blevins, Cara $52,370; Borgan, Jeremy $50,370; Borgan, Kristina $57,886; Bormann, Audra $53,570; Brenden, Kimberly $50,120; Bruguier, Kimberly $50,870; Bruna, Cade $44,750; Brunsing, Emily $31,870; Budahl, Kathleen $60,476; Cap. Heidi $46,988; Carlson, Heather $46,620; Cassutt, Patricia $58,788; Childs, Melinda $57,325; Clark, Kindra $44,750; Clement, Zack $48,787; Crago, Megan $45,412; Dahme, Jane $60,947; Davis, Alexandria $46,237; Day, Alison $42,500; DeNure, Donna $66,429; DeRoos, Katherine $45,787; Dockweiler, Sterling $49,787; Dodd, Susan $69,726; Driscoll, Kristi $62,147; Ehlke, Courtney $50,120; Eitemiller, Heidi $52,945; Ellsworth, Katelynn $45,787; Engebretson, Heather $48,037; Erdmann, Danielle $56,616; Faulhaber, Mika $48,120; Flynn, Deb $33,024 Fosness, Sarah $48,120; Fossum, Sonya $65,006; Fowkes, Erin $65,872; Fuerst, Tammy $65,935; Gamber, Kimberly $58,247; Geist, April $54,374; Geraets-Majercik, Kayla $45,787; Grabenstein, Heather $59,402; Gubbrud, Tara $51,920; Gulledge, Gina $50,120 Gunnare, Rebecca $47,620; Haar, Baker $46,437; Haar, Beth $51,570; Hansen, Alison $51,370; Hargreaves, Amanda $55,470; Hart, Andrea $64,432; Hart, Megan $46,237; Hauck, Candace $49,620; Hayes, Sarah $26,185; Heckenlaible, Danieka $46,237; Heeren, Anna $46,787; Hellman, Bridget $51,670; Herges, Ashley $54,120; Hiles, Amber $42,500; Hofer, Stacey $53,734; Hoffman, Denise $61,769; Huska, Kaitlyn $47,315; Jerke, Jennifer $53,075; Jira, Jacey $45,787; Johnson, April $49,037; Jones, Marcy $65,524; Kapfer, Julie $51,020; Kattner, Gracie $44,750; Kelly, Kevin $49,787; Klumb, Sadie $51,620; Knippling, Cole $51,687; Konrad, Erin $51,272; Koons, Karla $65,777; Krell, Mary $58,170; Kreutzfeldt, Ryker $45,412; Kristensen, Shelby $46,787; Krugman, Trevor $44,750; Lambert, Tanya $46,437; Larson, Rayann $45,787; Larson, Rebecca $64,853; Leach, Nancy $56,195; Leighton, Danielle $51,370; Lemon, Robert $52,670; Lentsch, Chad $49,920; Malde, Kelli $56,560; Mastel, Bruce $74,901; Mattson, Sabrina $44,750; Mayer, Jennifer $51,937; McGinnis, Karmin $56,895; McGraw, Nicholas $52,162; McPeek, Laretta $46,787; Mebius, Michelle $59,800; Mertens, McKenzie $45,062; Metzger, Chaydon $44,750; Meyers, JoAnna $60,453; Mickelson, Meghan $56,441; Miles, Jill $46,787; Millan, Rebecca $55,437; Miller, Cheryl $53,117; Miller, Madison-Ainsley $45,412; Moege, Anne $67,448; Moller, Patrick $56,613; Moore, Traci $57,767; Morgan, Stacy $57,570; Morgan, Steve $67,240; Morgan, Teresa $63,950; Mueller, Kelli $49,620; Murphy, Kathryn $54,395; Musser, Jeff $56,170; Nelson, Nicole $45,412; Neugebauer, Angela $75,539; Neugebauer, Lisa $57,527; Neugebauer, Tricia $63,977; Norden, Lucas $52,729; Osterloo, Nancy $71,455; Palmer, Alyson $50,370; Parsons, Jill $54,120 Pierson, Allison $47,787; Pommer, Kari $57,011; Rehorst, Kristy $51,920 Ripp, Donna $70,986; Rodas, Nikki $58,341; Ross, Roxanne $52,749; Roy, Jacki $61,182; Rylance, Leslie $53,740; Sandhoff, Shelly $54,895; Sarne, Megan $45,787; Schiefen, William $46,237; Schmidt, Lori $73,378; Schmidt, Savannah $44,750; Schnabel, Wendi $54,895; Schoenefeld, Danielle $45,062; Schramm, Taylor $46,437; Schroeder, Katie $53,370; Schultz, Shelbee $47,412; Shannon, Marica $68,794; Siemsen, Christina $57,640; Skinner, Suzanne $54,437; Smith, Curtis $60,182; Smith, Gretchen $52,300; Smith, Kelsey $40,087; Sonne, Amanda $59,114; Stahle, Ryan $55,024; Stange, Kara $66,044; Starr, Kristina $61,237; Steckel, Sara $50,620; Steffen, Michaela $31,788; Stoller, Claire $44,906; Stolp, Margaret $45,787; Taft, Morgan $44,750; Talley, Katrina $49,370; Tate, McKinsey $50,437; Thill, Deborah $61,974; Toman, Phyllis $63,604; Tyler, Amy $54,062; Tyler, Stephanie $51,466; Van Peursem, Joel $44,750; Vander Wilt, Dina $55,170; Vanoverschelde, Kelsey $52,370; Vanoverschelde, Kent $59,448; Vant, Jasmin $49,437; Vatter-Miller, Melissa $56,895; Verhey, Cassey $50,120; Versteeg, Catherine $53,920; Vogl, Sarah $52,162; Way, Caitlyn $46,437; Way, Diane $57,931; Weber, Rebecca $51,920; Weisz, Penny $54,912; White, Kayla $47,787; White, Lee $68,257; Widstrom, Kendra $30,822; Wilson, Traci $51,570; Winter, Robin $51,570; Winthers, Darci $63,675; Witte, Esther $53,670; Woodmansey, Catherine $47,412; Zirpel, Teresa $58,597. K-12 Extra-Curricular: Amundson, Bethany Drumline $2,346.00; Berg, Thomas Robotics Advisor $885; Berggren, Riley BB 8th Head $2,290; Borgan, Jeremy Wrestling Head MS $2,766; Football Asst. 8th $2,272; Bouchie, Merv Golf Boys Asst. $2,903; Brooks, Dave GBB 9th $2,942; Bruguier, Kimberly MS Show Choir $895; Marching Band $2,040; Buschbach, Catherine Cross Country Head $3,066; Cap, Heidi GBB 8th $2,101.00; Clark, Kindra GBB 7th Head $2,101.00; Clement, Zack Football Asst. $3,275; WR Asst. MS $1,792; Cruz, Brian Cross Country Asst. $1,977; Dockweiler, Sterling Track Asst. $3,112; Football Head 9th $2,882; Everson, Andrew Wrestling Head $5,717; Fowkes, Erin SPOOFED $908 Garton, Dave BBB 7th Asst. $2,553; Cynthia Gerlach Pro Start $930; Gropper, Clayton HOSA $398; Haar, Baker Football Head 7th $2,205; Wrestling Asst. $4,106; Heeren, Anna MS Vocal $1,797; MS Show Choir $895; Hoffman, Denise FBLA Advisor $1,070; Horan, John Golf Head Boys $2,074; Huska, Kaitlyn Asst. Debate $2,296; Jira, Jacey VB 7th Head $1,992; Kaus, Adam BB 8th Asst. $1,836; Knippling, Cole GBB Head $7,300; Kreutzfeldt, Ryker BB Head Varsity $6,040; Co Head B Golf $1,626; Krugman, Trevor FB 10th Asst. $2,637; Larson, Patrick Football Soph. Head $3,946; Leach, Nancy Student Council $3,037; Lemon, Robert Soccer Girls $3,838; Lockhart, Alisha Gymnastics $3,549; Comp. Cheer $5,244; Mastel, Bruce Tennis Girl Asst. $3,272; McGraw, Nicholas Co Musical $1,997; Show Choir $7,125; McQuillan, Sean Soccer Boys $3,258; Mertens, McKenzie GBB Soph. $3,246; VB 7th $1,604; Metzger, Chaydon VB 8th Asst. $1,557; Miller, Madison-Ainsley Debate Head $5,947; Declaim $1,393; Moller, Patrick Tennis Girls $4,373; Tennis Boys $4,373; BBB 10th $4,380; Moody, Walter Football Asst. Varsity $4,177; Morgan, Wesley BBB Asst. $5,111; Mullenmeister, Scott Soccer Girls $1,955; Musser, Jeff Track MS Head $2,093; Nelson, Rickey FB Asst. $2,922; Neugebauer, Tricia HOSA $398; Norden, Lucas FB Head 8th $2,684; Ortiz Maestre, Jose Soccer Boys Asst. $1,756; Pierson, Allison MS Yearbook $1,094; Rew, Audra Gymnastics $6,401; Ross, Roxanne VB Head 8th $2,046; Roudabush, Karen – FFA $876; Schiefen, William Football 7th Ass. $1,825; Track Asst. MS $1,398.00; Siemsen, Christina Asst. Volleyball $4,326; Track $2,795; Skinner, Suzanne FCCLA Advisor $1,108; Smith, Gretchen Yearbook $5,952; Stahle, Ryan Head March Band $4,500; PEP Band $1,790; Jazz Band $1, 510; Starr, Thomas Wrestling. Asst. $4,837; Steffen, Michaela Track Asst MS $1,398; Thill, Deborah Track Asst. $2,953; Head Volleyball $6,180; ; Tyler, Amy Track Asst. $2,716; Van Peursem, Joel Jazz Band MS $1,075; Co Musical $1,884; Marching Band $2,040; Vanoverschelde, Kent Football Head $6,165; Vatter-Miller, Melissa Co Musical $2,619; Spring Play $2,161; Debate Asst. $3,099; 1 Act Play $2,296; MS Musical $2,056; Verhey, Cassey Comp-Dance $5,790; Way, Caitlyn VB Fresh $2,627; Way, Diane Volleyball 7/8 Asst. $2,164; Weier, Christopher BB 7th Head $2,920; Witte, Eric Football Varsity Asst. $3,636; Witte, Esther GBB Asst. $4,559; Volleyball 10th $3,709; Woodmansey, Catherine Musical MS $1,568; Show Pit Band $3,202; Goldammer, Tim SRB Advisor $500.00; Guindon, Rayne Skills $500.00; Juhnke, Jason Skills Advisor $750; Schramm, Eric Skills Advisor $500 Rassel, Joel Vets Club $250;; Zard, Daniel Skills Advisor $840. K-12 Administration: Aadland, Cory $87,711; Carmody, Leann $69,407; Childs, Dr. Jody $106,962; Culhane, Steven $120,550; Graves, Dr. Joseph $154,403; Tyler, John $81,600; Gubbrud, Chris $74,766; Heckenlaible, Lisa $80,504; Mock, Craig $87,727; Niehoff, Carl $56,428; Reindl, Bobby $64,770; Roth Rebecca $86,315; Sieverding, John $72,964; Thill, Shane $83,129. CUSTODIAL/MAINTENANCE: Bartscher, Damon $23.71/hr.; Briggs, Debora $21.94/hr.; Crago, Nancy $14.32/hr.; Easton, Steven $23.45/hr.; Engelkes, Darren $15.00/hr; Falor, Jennifer $19.99/hr.; Fortin, Donna $14.20/hr.; Gair, Lee $14.00/hr; Hieb, Gary $19.97/hr.; Hornaman, Rick $15.95/hr.; Kirchmeier, John $18.13/hr.; Landreth, Debra $14.00/hr; Olinger, Douglas $14.20/hr.; Olinger, Joyce $20.66/hr.; Peters, Shawn $17.44/hr.; Puetz, Lillian $17.37/hr.; Schmidt, Jacob $15.00/hr; Schmit, Leonard $15.90/hr; Vanoverschelde, Kimberly $19.39/hr.; Wolff, Philip $15.00/hr; Young, Tamara $17.34/hr.; Zoss, Maurice $17.37/hr. K-12 Other: Axemaker, Brenda, School Nurse $21.70/hr. Hohn, Nicole, School Nurse $23.10/hr. Snoozy, Marlett $21.50/hr; McMath, Trysan Tech. Helper $11.00/hr. Aslesen, Cheryl Interventionist $25,000; Murray, Terriann Interventionist $25,000; Marchand, Mary Interventionist $25,000; Becker, Sherri Curriculum Director $59,685; Hargens, Kim Speech Language Therapist Asst. $34,900; Hieb, Samantha Behavior Specialist $51,213; Max, Kimberly Dean of Students $44,750; Parks, Bill Director of PAC $15,750; Ryan Pryor Dean of Student; Hohn, Levi Director of Technology $59,871; Earl, Chris – Computer Network Technician $36,937; Mark Moore, Network Systems Technician - $48,800; Schelske, Bobbie – Computer Network Specialist - $42,986; Biggerstaff, Stacie – 21st Century Grant Coordinator $10,999; Childs, Mindy – 21st Century Coordinator - $10,999; Heckenlaible, Danieka – 21st Century Grant Coordinator - $10,999; Van Overschelde, Kelsey – 21st Century Grant Coordinator - $10,999; Verhey, Cassey 21st Century Grant Co0rdinator $10,999; Way, Diane – 21st Century Grant Coordinator, $10,999; FOOD SERVICE: Brown, Erica $12.06/hr Cohu, Michael $12.77/hr.; Larsen, Jeaneth $11.24/hr.; Puetz, Angela $11.21/hr.; Stuetelberg, Nicholas $11.21/hr.; Wittstruck, Harley $11.21/hr.; B $11.84/hr.; Button, Jerilyn $14.25/hr.; Mary Fuoss-Dickson $12.75/hr.; Hartman, Rhonda $14.00/hr.; Konechne, Tristen $14.00/hr.; Krause, Jennifer $12.75/hr.; Mayer, Linda $13.25/hr; McMillian, LaRonda $13.24/hr.; McNary, Sharon $15.00/hr.; Pollreisz, Pamela $14.00/hr.; Porter, Trena $12.75/hr; Vlasman, Joshua $14.28/hr; White, Kari $14.00/hr; Zimmer, Roxanne $15.00/hr.; Zimmerman, Randi $14.51/hr.; Bruch, Lisa $14.00/hr; Bruguier, Lee $17.00/hr.; Hofer, Sami $17.00/hr.; Hohbach, Kayla $17.00/hr; Lunder, Debra $17.00/hr.; Milekovich, Dara $17.00/hr; Ortmeier, Diane $16.00/hr. Educational Assistants: Allen, Kristina $12.83/hr; Anderson, Becky $14.00/hr; Baker, Lacey $12.65/hr; Bartscher, Debra $17.80/hr; Bartscher, Kristina $18.20/hr; Beckman, Rita $12.50/hr; Brown, Patti $12.37/hr; Brummett, Brooke $12.95/hr; Buchholtz, Jennifer $12.26/hr; Christopher, Cindell $12.37/hr; Dailey, Jennifer $14.82/hr; De La Torre, Anthony $13.50/hr; Dominguez de Sanchez, Hermelinda $11.00/hr; Double, Shelly $12.45/hr; Ferrie, Janelle $12.40/hr; Fitzler, John $15.00/hr; Freeman, Judy $14.93/hr; Fuerst, Lisa $13.58/hr; Gerlach, Tarilynn $14.50/hr; Grindheim, Glenn $12.37/hr; Guenthner, Abagail $12.37/hr; Herren, Trista $15.25/hr; Hilgendorf, Cammy $11.75/hr; Hilkemeier, Charlene $12.25/hr; Huber, Jess $14.00/hr; Juhnke, Terri $16.40/hr; Kent, Laurie $18.22/hr; Klentz, Sarah $12.60/hr; Kroupa, Wesley $14.50/hr; Larson, Crystal $11.75/hr; Lather, Angela $15.18/hr; Liddeke, Cheryl $12.26/hr; Malatare, Jennifer $11.75/hr; Meyer, Lynn $14.85/hr; Miller, David $16.32/hr; Miller, Erin $15.20/hr; Moller, Michele $12.60/hr; Mowry, Jessica $14.93/hr; Neugebauer, Krista $13.60/hr; Nightpipe, Tierra $11.80/hr; Norgaard, Ramy $13.85/hr; Overweg, Blair $12.55/hr; Paulson, Taramee $11.76/hr; Pranger, Mary $15.53/hr; Putnam, Angela $13.00/hr; Rogers, DAndra $14.10/hr; Runyon, Stern $13.40/hr; Schrank, Shantel $12.27/hr; Sewright, Annette $15.73/hr; Sheets, Sandra $17.57/hr; Side, Patricia $12.36/hr; Sivik, Carolyn $16.48/hr; Smith, Laura $14.55/hr; Stange, Nicole $12.37/hr; Starr, Laura $15.00/hr; Steffes, LaRue $13.60/hr; Stern, Natasha $13.50/hr; Uher, Jeanette $16.85/hr; Vandenberge, Laura $12.37/hr; Vogt, Krista $12.27/hr; Vold, Cindy $15.05/hr; Voneye, Emily $15.06/hr; Weber, Nicole $13.38/hr; Winnie, Lynn 12.26/hr; Christensen, Keith $16.05/hr; Jenkins, Cody $13.00/hr; Phillips, Cheryl $18.95/hr; Rames, Emily $25.10/hr; Scheele, Amber $16.40/hr. SECRETARY: Weisser, Janet $17.75/hr.; Ahlers, Noel $14.00/hr; Baysinger, Denise $15.50/hr; Cooper, Linnea $13.80; Garton, Debra 19.79/hr.; Miiller, Judy $17.65/hr.; Payne, Maria $13.75/hr.; Schoenfelder, Meagan $15.05/hr.; Swenson, Dawn $15.07/hr.; Weier, Erica $15.00/hr.; Ellingson, Donna $19.48/hr.; Horan, Catherine $19.65/hr.; Olson, Deborah $20.33/hr. James Valley Educational Cooperative: Kelly-Christensen, Tracy - $98,474; Hamburg, Amanda $59,988; Krouse, Kristi - $81,606; Lord, Kari - $75,658; Maeschen, Rachel - $44,270; Nash, Starette - $47,095; Williams, Savanna - $57,918; Moller, Heather $18.00/hr. MTC Administration: Grode-Hanks, Carol $93,947.66; Heemstra, John $95,021.34; Wilson, Mark $141,125.69. MTC SUPPORT: Bakhtiari, Nick $63,180; Bamsey, Melinda $40,876; Berg, Mateya $46,759.17; Boos, David $91,045.63; Boyd, Anna $41,715; Bruinsma, Whitney $41,200; Bruntz, Jeff $53,330.95; Callies, Meghen $28,120; Deuter, Clayton $84,055.13; Ettswold, Melissa $43,285.75; Fossum, Scott $82,476.63; Goad, Kendra $41,000; Gough, Amanda $45,000; Greenway, Janet $71,477.92; Greenway, Jill $54,371.13; Hofer, Jared $84,618.88; Huber, Morgan $75,573.22; Jacobsen, Robin $44,869.38; Kobernusz, Robert $71,685.43; Kubik, Dustin 60,705.63; Larson, Lisa $28,122; Lucas, Danita $47,846.59; McGowan, Jamie Jr. $22,680; Morgan, Sarah $40,000; Neugebauer, Carmen $51,652.57; Nicolaus, Jimmie $63,633.12; Nielsen, Kellie $37,603.07; Plagmann, Sheryl $25,027.50; Popp, Nicole $17,000; Simmermon, Nichole $37,575; Smith, Marla $62,817.13; Swett, Amaya $45,700; Vining, Hillary $54,620. MTC OTHER: Herbst, Kevin $22.00 hr.; Hylton, Lisa $16.15 hr.; Johnson, Anna $16.15 hr.; King, Lorraine $16.63 hr.; Sayles, Patricia $17.62 hr.: Skorheim, Donene $17.06 hr.; Sterk, Kelly $19.54 hr.; Star, Joyce $16.00 hr.; Ellingson, Lisa $15.00 hr.; Peterson, Donna $19.57 hr.; Suarez, Samantha $18.35 hr.; Anderson, Jacob $12.00 hr.; Bruntz, Justin $13.50 hr.; Deuter, Seth $13.50 hr.; Edwards, Brandon $12.00 hr.; Maas, Adam $15.00 hr.; Rogers, Andrew $15.00 hr. MTC Teachers: Albertz, Kelvin $73,473; Appletoft, Donna $53,189; Benjamin, Michael $82,552; Brtna, Joseph $75,784; Carey, Blaine $63,744.88; Carpentier, Mike $70,870; Degen, Chris $57,110; Ehlke, Jerry $86,431.20; Ellis, Sarah $48,944; Fenski, Dezarae $54,658.38; Flynn, Deb $32,597.50; Freeman, Paula $78,255.88; Frey, Shawn $53,737; Fuerst, Doug $74,485; Gerlach, Cynthia $55,842; Giblin, Debra $64,048.77; Gilbert, Tammy $63,506.88; Goldammer, Izaak $58,000; Goldammer, Tim $50,775; Gropper, Clayton $56,942; Graber, Michelle $53,360; Gross, Julie $53,248; Grosz, Nicole $63,000; Guericke, Janelle $68,996.80; Guindon Rayne $55,450; Hantke Layne $58,273; Hart-Schutte Julie $56,676; Henkel, John $58,426; Herll Dixie $57,341; Herrmann, Lisa $73,269.77; Hiles, Andrew $46,162; Hockett, Tyler $51,810; Jarding, Carena $69,389.77; Johnson, Lee $53,274.00; Johnson, Lisa $66,378; Juhnke, Jason $63,608; Konrad, Sara $57,000; Kortan, Scott $51,284; Kranz, Joshua $56,983; Kriese, Rick $82,844.28; Mahoney, James $62,188; Marek, Kassie $60,298.88; Mohr, Kimberly $58,500; Moke, Dale $70,159; Moore, Matthew $62,320; Munsen, Mark $71,715.40; Munsen, Tammie $67,194; Osborne, Tom $66,179.60; Peterson, Travis $82,517.77; Puetz, Brandon, $55,999; Puetz, Michael $77,695.40; Raak, Nathaniel $49,002; Rassel Joel $65,832; Reimnitz, Travis $56,666; Renken, Josh $83,034.77; Repenning, Lori $79,892.68; Roberts, Brian $59,804; Roudabush, Karen $58,329; Royston, Marty $46,162; Russell-Manke, Annika $54,023; Russell, Devon $64,490; Schmidt, Paula $64,581.97; Schoenfelder, Jed $61,049.88; Schramm, Eric $53,332; Schroeder, Connie $60,197.88; Schultz, Jennifer $63,331; Sieler, Dan $60,500; Smith, Lynne $74,542.60; Thibodeau, Gregg $65,349.60; Trisco, Gary $74,442.20; Van Zee, Ryan $55,000; Vavra, Jenna $66,383; Weisser, Shirlyce $62,946; Wright, Barbara $50,483.10; Yost, Erin $63,000; Zard, Daniel $47,697. 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NOTICE OF DEADLINE FOR FILING NOMINATING PETITIONS FOR THE PRIMARY ELECTION AND FOR FILING INDEPENDENT CANDIDATE PETITIONS The deadline for filing nominating petitions for the primary election is March 29, 2022, at 5:00 p.m. central time. If a petition is mailed by registered mail by March 29, 2022, at 5:00 p.m. central time, it shall be considered filed. The deadline for filing nominating petitions to run as an independent candidate in the general election is April 26, 2022, at 5:00 p.m. central time. If a petition is mailed by registered mail by April 26, 2022, at 5:00 p.m. central time, it is considered filed. For the offices of Davison County Commissioner District I, Davison County Commissioner District III, Davison County Commissioner District V, Davison County Auditor, Davison County Register of Deeds and Davison County Sheriff nominating petitions must be filed in the office of the Davison County Auditor, 200 E. 4th Ave., Mitchell, SD 57301, the nominating petitions for the offices of United States Senator, United States Representative, Governor/Lt. Governor, State Senator Legislative District 20, Two (2) State Representatives Legislative District 20, Attorney General, Secretary of State, State Auditor, State Treasurer, Commissioner of School and Public Lands and Public Utilities Commissioner must be filed in the Office of the Secretary of State, State Capitol Building, Pierre, SD 57501. Nominating petitions for the offices of Davison County Commissioners, Davison County Auditor, Davison County Sheriff, Davison County Register of Deeds, Delegates to the Republican Party, Precinct Committeeman and Precinct Committeewoman for the Republican Party shall be filed in the office of the Davison County Auditor during regular business hours. Nominating petitions for the offices of United States Senator, United States Representative, Governor/Lt. Governor, State Senate District 20, State Representative District 20, Attorney General, Secretary of State, State Auditor, State Treasurer, Commissioner of School And Public Lands, Public Utilities Commissioner, First Circuit Presiding Judge and Heartland Consumer Power District Director Subdivision No. 7, must be filed in the Office of the Secretary of State, State Capitol Building, Pierre, SD 57501, between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. central time. Susan Kiepke, Davison County Auditor Published twice at the total approximate cost of $44.87. (Jan. 19 & 26, 2022) 23700
ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS Sealed bids will be received by B-Y Water District, P.O. Box 248, Tabor, South Dakota, until 4:00 p.m. (local time) on February 8, 2022, for one new 2022 ¾ ton 4x4 crew cab pickups. Specifications can be acquired by contacting B-Y Water District, P.O. Box 248, Tabor, South Dakota 57063-0248, telephone number 605-463-2531 or 800-286-3654. All bids must be in a sealed envelope or container plainly marked “Bid on Pickups”. Bids will be opened and read aloud on February 9, 2022, at 7:00 p.m. (local time). B-Y Water District reserves the right to reject any or all bids and to waive any irregularities B-Y Water District Board of Directors Stacy Frank, Vice-Chairman Published twice at the total approximate cost of $15.32. (Jan. 19 & 26, 2022) 23692
The B-Y Water District is currently seeking funds from USDA-Rural Development in the amount of $900,000 in the form of both a loan and grant for Task Order #7 – Replacement of Powder Activated Carbon System at the Water Treatment Plant. This project will refurbish two storage tanks while replacing the rest of the system. A time for public questions or comment will be provided in the 8:00 p.m. August 11th regular Board Meeting. Published twice at the total approximate cost of $9.30. (Jan. 19 & 26, 2022) 23683
January 11, 2022 CALL TO ORDER Chairperson Bode called the regular meeting of the Davison County Board of Commissioners to order at 9:00 a.m. Members of the Board present were Claggett, Reider, Kiner, Bode. Absent Weitala. Also present was Auditor Kiepke. PLEDGE The Pledge of Allegiance was led by Chairperson Bode. ADMINISTER OATH Auditor Kiepke administered the oath of office to Commissioner Reider. APPROVE MINUTES Motion by Kiner, second by Claggett to approve the minutes of the January 4, 2022, meeting. All members present voted aye. Motion carried. RECESS BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS/CONVENE BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT At 9:17 a.m., motion by Reider, second by Kiner to recess Board of Commissioners and convene Board of Adjustment. All members present voted aye. Motion carried. ADJOURN BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT/RECONVENE BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS At 9:38 a.m., motion by Claggett, second by Reider to adjourn Board of Adjustment and reconvene Board of Commissioners. All members present voted aye. Motion carried. APPROVE PLAT Motion by Claggett, second by Kiner to approve a Plat of Lot 1 of Fallen Tree Addition in the N ½ of the NE ¼ lying West of the James River in Section 13, T 103 N, R60W of the 5th P.M., Davison County, South Dakota. All members present voted aye. Motion carried. SET DATE AND TIME FOR FIRST READING OF REDISTRICTING ORDINANCE Motion by Kiner, second by Reider to set February 1st, 2022, at 9:30 a.m. in the Commission Chambers located at 1420 North Main Street, Mitchell, SD, for the first reading of the ordinance to redistrict as per SDCL 7-8-10. All members present voted aye. Motion carried. APPROVE AUDITOR’S ACCOUNT WITH TREASURER Motion by Claggett, second by Kiner to approve the December 2021 Auditor’s Account with the Treasurer in the amount of $10,374,518.36. All members present voted aye. Motion carried. APPROVE AUTOMATIC SUPPLEMENT Motion by Reider, second by Kiner to approve an automatic supplement to the Emergency Management budget Emergency Accumulation line 4291/226 in the amount of $501.78 received from the State of South Dakota for the POD Dept. of Health grant. All members present voted aye. Motion carried. SIGN WIC CONTRACT AMENDMENT Motion by Claggett, second by Kiner to sign an amendment to the FY22 County Clerical contract for WIC, which may be found on file in the Davison County Auditor’s office. All members present voted aye. Motion carried. DENY WELFARE As per the recommendation of Welfare Intake Administrative Assistant Norwick, motion by Claggett, second by Kiner to deny claim numberWK2021-1 as applicant does not qualify for assistance. All members present voted aye. Motion carried. APPROVE BILLS Motion by Reider, second by Kiner to approve the following bills for payment. All members present voted aye. Motion carried. GENERAL FUND: COMM: Prof Fees/Tristar Benefit Admin-914.00, Cultural Endeavors/ABC Harris Publishing-65.00, Utilities/Mitchell Telecom-31.61, Santel-65.03; JUD: Prof Fees/Carol Johnson-478.92, Jury Fees/Jurors-529.40; AUD: Rentals/Microfilm Imaging Sys-147.00, Utilities/Mitchell Telecom-31.62, Santel-47.19, Mainframe Program/Software Services-1,012.00; TREAS: Utilities/Mitchell Telecom-57.11, Santel-63.44, Mainframe Support/Software Services-154.00; STATES ATTY: Prof Fees/James D Taylor PC-160.76, Utilities/Mitchell Telecom-66.18, Santel-99.40; CRT APPTED ATTY: Crt Appted Atty/Tschetter & Adams Law409.62; PUB SFTY BLDG: Contracts/Midwest Fire & Safety-140.00, Repairs/Menards-17.97, Supplies/Jones Supplies-240.68, Garbage/Miedema Sanitation-150.00; CRTHOUSE: Repairs & Maint/Midwest Fire & Safety-90.00, Santel-45.00, Cable TV/Mitchell Telecom-97.43, Garbage/Miedema Sanitation-101.00; DOE: Utilities/Mitchell Telecom-63.19, Santel-84.70, Software Services/Software Services-220.00; ROD: Rentals/Microfilm Imaging Sys-465.00, Microfilm Supplies/SD Bureau of Administration-170.20, Utilities/Mitchell Telecom-63.26, Santel-75.37; NORTH OFF; Repairs/Dakota Supply Group-152.77, Midwest Fire & Safety-90.00, Garbage/Miedema Sanitation-83.00, Phones/Mitchell Telecom-73.17, Santel-88.25; VET: Supplies/McLeod’s Printing-59.90, Utilities/Mitchell Telecom-41.74, Santel-59.20; COORD: IT Contract/Tech Solutions-11,152.00, Postage/Qualified Presort-876.31, Postage Meter Fees/Qualified Presort-244.69, Paper/Jones Supplies-1,516.00; HR: Utilities/Mitchell Telecom-56.72, Santel-38.48; SHERIFF: Prof Services/FNIC-80.00, Tires/TMA-25.75, Car Wash/Mega Wash-38.00, Prisoner Transport/Pennington County Jail-83.80, Utilities/Mitchell Telecom-506.98, Santel-527.03, Minor Equip/Jack’s Uniforms & Equip-53.89; JAIL: Medicine/Avera Medical Group Radiology Mitchell-142.69, Avera Queen of Peace Hosp-3,561.91, Envision Eye Care-230.00, Stephen Gullings DDS-115.00, Mitchell Anesthesia-480.00, Mitchell Clinic-1,697.46, Mitchell Regional Ambulance-804.00, Equip Repair/CK Bicycles & Locks-33.75, Office Supplies/First Bankcard-31.64, Innovative Office Solutions-241.61, McLeod’s Printing-163.88, Jail Supplies/Bob Barker Co-847.20, Jones Supplies-575.37, McKesson Medical-83.41, Laundry Supplies/Jones Supplies-320.99, Kitchen Supplies/Cash WA Dist-156.94, Jones Supplies-1,077.05, Uniforms/Al’s Engraving-7.95, Prisoner Food/Summit Food Service-15,111.42, Health Protection/Avera Occupational-248.00, Cable TV/Mitchell Telecom-97.43, Contracts/FNIC-80.00, Office Advantage-560.57, Minor Equipment/First Bankcard-480.96, Office Advantage-499.00, Inmate Services/Swanson Services-372.00; WELFARE: Supplies/Qualified Presort-5.33, Travel/Christine Norwick-14.70, Office Utilities/Mitchell Telecom-54.68, Santel-21.25; MENTAL HAND: Handicap-SD Dept of Revenue-2,494.89; MENTAL ILL: Committals/Douglas Papendick-301.00, Hearings/Horn Law Office-227.70, Dean Shaefer-174.00, Yankton County Treasurer-375.00, Yankton Sheriff’s Ofc-50.00; FAIR: Repairs & Maint/Midwest Fire & Safety-135.00, Garbage/Miedema Sanitation-121.00, Phones/Santel-40.00; CO EXTENSION: Postage/Qualified Presort-6.67, Supplies/McLeod’s Printing-12.99, Trvl & Conf/Christine Norwick-14.70, Utilities/Bureau of Administration-18.00, Mitchell Telecom-54.68, Santel-85.25; WEED: Repairs/Carquest of Mitchell-2.99, Trvl & Conf/Weed & Pest Conf-425.00, Utilities/Mitchell Telecom-58.37, Santel-27.55; IND DEV: Econ Dev/Mitchell Area Development Corp-2,500.00; HIWAY: Repairs & Maint/Boyer Trucks-400.66, Butler Machinery-5,548.31, C & B Operations-73.16, Carquest of Mitchell-565.60, Runnings Supply-90.94, Scott Supply-158.00, Transource-494.47, Thune’s True Value-8.51, Supplies & Materials/A-Ox Welding-81.25, Access Systems-53.11, Carquest of Mitchell-433.59, SD Dept of Revenue-61.03, McLeod’s Printing-37.50, Mueller Lumber-37.94, Runnings Supply-370.91, Sturdevant’s Auto-42.37, Thune’s True Value-36.56, Wheelco Truck & Trailer-71.18, Utilities/City of Mt. Vernon-91.00, Miedema Sanitation-83.00, Mitchell Telecom-155.80, Santel-66.73; EMG MGMT: Supplies/McLeod’s Printing-308.00, Utilities/Golden West-89.85, Mitchell Telecom-24.92, Santel-72.34; 247 JAIL: Supplies/McKesson Medical-166.82; M&P: M&P Service & Fees/Trimin Systems-7,120.00. APPROVE TIMESHEETS Motion by Claggett, second by Kiner to authorize chairperson to sign department head timesheets as supervisor. All members present voted aye. Motion carried. INTO EXECUTIVE SESSION At 10:15 a.m., motion by Claggett, second by Kiner to move into executive session to discuss personnel as per SDCL 1-25-2. All members present voted aye. Motion carried. OUT OF EXECUTIVE SESSION At 12:05 p.m., motion by Claggett, second by Kiner to move out of executive session. All members present voted aye. Motion carried. ADJOURN At 12:06 p.m., Chairperson Bode adjourned the meeting and set the next regular Board of Commissioners meeting for January 18th, 2022, at 9:00 a.m. ATTEST _______________________ Susan Kiepke, Auditor _______________________ Brenda Bode, Chairperson Published once at the cost of $79.62. (Jan. 15, 2022) 23299
Ethan School Board Regular Board Meeting Minutes January 10th, 2022 The Ethan School board met in regular session at the Ethan School in Ethan SD, on January 10th, 2022. President J. Clendening called the meeting to order at 6:00 p.m. with the following members present: P. Vogel, N. Bainbridge, S. Jerke, Supt. T. Hawkins, Bus. Mgr. M. Beyer, and H.S. Principal B. Roth. M. Klumb was absent. No Visitors present. The meeting began with Clendening leading all with the Pledge of Allegiance. No Conflict of Interest Disclosers were presented. Adopt Agenda Motion by Bainbridge and seconded by Vogel to approve the agenda. Motion carried with all members present voting aye. Approve Regular Board Minutes Motion by Vogel and seconded by Bainbridge to approve the minutes of December 13th, 2021, regular meeting. Motion carried with all members present voting aye. Approve Bills Motion by Bainbridge and seconded by Vogel to approve the following bills. Motion carried with all members present voting aye. General – A&G Diesel, Bus Repair, $357.14; A&M Products, SDHSAA Plaque, $60.00; Avera Occupational, Physical, $125.00; Mary Beyer, Reimburse Funeral Flowers, $40.00; City of Ethan, Utilities, $582.59; Cole Papers, Supplies, $36.13; Dust-Tex, Supplies, $132.37; Stacey Endres, Dual Credit, $72.50; Ethan School, Reimburse Refs, $3,216.72; Gopher, PE Supplies, $139.36; Jeff Clendening, Dual Credit, $72.50; Karen Jarding, Dual Credit, $217.50; Casta Myers, Dual Credit, $72.50; Janet Gustafson, Reimburse Textbooks, $28.44; Hanson School, JH Tourney, $75.00; Carrie Henrickson, Reimburse IT Switches, $208.98; Carly Herrold, Dual Credit, $72.50; Mark Hoffman, Dual Credit, $145.00; Denise Hohn, Dual Credit, $72.50; Innovative, Supplies, $517.69; Janitors Closet, Supplies, $650.10; Michelle Klumb, Dual credit, $290.00; Melissa Koch, Dual Credit, $145.00; Trampass Larson, Dual Credit, $145.00; Dave Lehr, Dec Tech Support, $235.00; Make it Mine, FBall Banners, $526.00; Menards, Supplies, $55.10; Mike’s Corner, Fuel, $1,588.82; Dennis Myers, $105.08; Nicole Neugebauer, Dual Credit, $145.00; Northwestern Energy, Utilities, $4,885.66; Parkston School, Cross Country, $2,862.04; Leah Storm, Dual Credit, $145.00; Tom Young, Mileage, $400.00; Karen Petrik, Dual Credit, $145.00; Region Music Contest, Music, $231.00; Shannon Riggs, Dual Credit, $72.50; Santel, Telephone, $220.96; Paula Schmidt, Dual Credit, $217.50; Scholastic, Supplies/Books; $600.93; School Specialty, Supplies, $11.07; SDCTM/SDSTA JPDC, STEM Conference, $95.00; Lori Sonne, Dual Credit, $72.50; Amy Storm, Dual Credit, $145.00; Teacher Created Resources, Cursive Writing, $164.73; Lexy Timm, Staff Christmas, $22.28; Weber Sanitation, Pickups, $500.00; Steve Weisz, Dual Credit, $72.50. Fund Total: $20,993.19. General Automatic Payments – Visa, Supplies/Music, $601.42; Capital Outlay –A&B Business, Copier, $1,613.91; Innovative, Labor Shelving, $893.33; Muth Electric, LED Lights, $6,791.00. Fund Total $9,298.24. Special Education –Career Connections, Monitoring, $21.48; Children’s Care Hospital, Pathways Tuition, $3,960.00; Cornbelt, Services, $14,196.75; Goodcare, OT/PT, $2,592.00; ISI, LLC, Interpreter, $287.20; Renaissance, Reading/Math Subscription, $1,570.00; SD Dept. of Human Services, Benchmark, $2,924.83; Fund total: $25,552.26. Food Service Fund – Mary Beyer, Food Purchases, $80.40; Bimbo Bakeries, Food Purchases, $259.50; Cash-Wa, Food purchases, $3,258.75; County Fair, Food Purchases, $297.41; Diane Nesheim, Food Purchase, $28.05; Prairie Farms, Food purchases, $707.64; SD Dept of Education, Food Purchases, $44.11; Fund Total: $4,675.86. Trust & Agency Fund –Ethan School, Meals/Travel Oral Interp, $230.00; Parkston Food, Fruit Sales, $8,792.05; SD FFA, State Leadership, $15.00; Wyhe’s Choice Fundraising, Butter Braids; $4,394.50; Avesis Third Party, Eye Ins. $12.88; Delta Dental, Insurance, $62.34; Ethan School, State FFA Travel, $47.00; Sun Gold, Bball Workup Shirts, $766.80; Neal Bainbridge, Bball Ref, $40.00; Ethan Legion, FCCLA Christmas on Main, $700.00; Jerry Fradet, Donation, $100.00; Eric Gustafson, Bball Ref, $40.00; Tom Hauglid, Bball Ref, $177.76; Brady Hawkins, Bball Ref, $40.00; Katrina Hostler, FCCLA Supplies, $425.00; Donnie Kayser, Bball Ref, $120.00; Ben Klumb, Bball Ref, $40.00; Jen Klumb, Food Christmas Supplies, $158.05; Jeff Welbig, Bball Ref, $120.00; FCCLA, Membership Dues, $238.00; Farm Life Creamery, Supplies, $820.00; US Postmaster, Stamps, $58.00; Lesley Bartscher, MBA Gift, $46.77; Farm Life Creamery, FFA Supplies, $154.00; Gillian Jarding, Cheer Supplies, $41.77; Karen Jarding, NHS Supplies/MBA Gift, $139.44 Approve Financial Reports Motion by Vogel and seconded by Bainbridge to approve the financial reports as presented. Motion carried with all members present voting aye. Motion by Bainbridge and seconded by Vogel to approve the increase in minimum wage of $9.95 to Michael Freeman and Bus Driver Activity Rate as of January 1st. Motion carried with all members present voting aye. Motion by Vogel and seconded by Bainbridge to approve JH/Asst Basketball Coach, Trevor Sprik, at $2152.50 and 5th & 6th Grade Volleyball Coach, Mary Beyer, at $861.00. Motion carried with all members present voting aye. Motion by Vogel and seconded by Bainbridge to hold a joint city/school election on April 12th, 2022. Two 3-yr. positions are open. Petitions may be taken out on January 31, 2022 with the last day to file petitions February 28, 2022. Motion carried with all members present voting aye. Motion by Jerke and seconded by Vogel to adjourn at 6:30 p.m. Motion carried with all members present voting aye. The regular meeting will be Wednesday, February 16th, 2022, at 6:00PM. Published once at the total approximate cost of $55.81 (Jan. 15, 2022) 23064