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MT. VERNON CITY COUNCIL Council Minutes May 9, 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, D. Renken, D. Maltsberger, D. London, C. Powell, and K. Deinert. Also present: Maint. Officer G. Deinert, Fin. Officer L. Mayclin. The following incoming council members also attended: Darin Moke, Sherri Kayser, and Roger DeKok. Ryan Yanez, representing Ringneck & Western Railroad was present as well. Pledge of Allegiance was recited to begin the meeting. All motions are unanimously approved unless otherwise stated. Motion by Maltsberger, second by Anderson to approve the agenda. Yanez and council discussed several items regarding the railroad tracks, including the current 25 mph speed limit of trains, a railroad crossing upgrade, and improvements to current tracks. Frank will be contacting the state to seek assistance with a possible upgrade at the Main Street tracks. Motion by Renken, second by K. Deinert to approve consent items for April. The following were approved: Financial Statement, Council Minutes, General Fund Balances, Credits Report/Bank Statement and Payment of Bills. BILLS: OLD BUSINESS 1. Frank informed council he is working with Davison County to get the contract for deed for the fire hall. He advised that he has a new person, Kalissa Mayclin, to clean the hall. G. Deinert will contact Mitchell Roofing to see when they will be starting repairs on The Hall. We got the new chairs and tables, which were donated by Jackrabbit Farms. A special thank you to Jackrabbit Farms for their generous donation. 2. London gave an update on code enforcement, saying some places have improved. He will be going over all of this with the incoming council representative in charge of code enforcement. 3. Council reviewed and signed the Mt. Vernon Chip Seal Project that was submitted by Brosz. 4. ARPA funds were reported to the government as necessary. We will receive the second half of these funds this year. 5. Council will be holding Citywide Cleanup Saturday, May 14. It will be located at the south end of Main Street at Railroad Street. NEW BUSINESS 1. G. Deinert sends gratitude to the students of Mt. Vernon School for helping clean up the city. 2. Mayclin reported several issues with the post office recently, where mail is no longer being delivered to certain addresses in town. Anyone in town without a mailbox on site needs to change their addresses to PO Boxes, or mail items will be returned. The District III Meeting will be May 25, 2022 @ the 4H building. 3. Darin Moke, Sherri Kayser, and Roger DeKok were sworn in to represent their wards. 4. Officers will remain the same. Dave Anderson remains president and Connor Powell remains the Vice President. 5. Moke represents the Code Enforcement Department. Kayser represents Parks Department. DeKok represents Garbage Department. 6. Motion by Renken, second by Powell to approve the 2021 Annual Report. 7. Motion by Anderson, second by Renken to approve the liquor license for Westy’s. 8. Motion by Renken, second by DeKok to approve the building permit for Ron and Pat Deinert. 9. There is no need to apply for mosquito grant this year, as we have plenty left from last year. 10. Motion by Anderson, second by Renken to agree to cover 10% of the cost of repairing the railroad crossing at Earl and Hwy 16, which is $4,000. There was one dissenting vote: Connor Powell. This money will come from Economic Development Department. The city will pay when the work is complete. The anticipated start will be in July. 11. There are quite a few homes that are shown in the flood plain, per the new FEMA maps. If these changes become permanent, residents will be impacted with flood insurance costs. Council plans to let residents know if they are impacted by this, prior to the maps being published, so they can have a head start on obtaining flood insurance. 12. We have had complaints about noise issues. Residents should be respectful of their neighbors with noise. The sheriff’s department has been notified and will be watching the areas in question. 13. Executive Session for personnel and legal SDCL 1-25-2.1 and 2.3. was not necessary. Motion by Moke, second by Kayser to adjourn at 8:25 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 566.06 wages Gene Deinert 3,300.16 wages Laura Mayclin 937.25 wages MV School 75.00 rent SD Retirement 554.64 retire Santel 232.46 util Northwestern Energy 1,546.28 util Petrik 3,505.49 garb Forum Communication 36.18 publ SD State Treasurer (DOR) 210.88 sales tax CorTrust 1,630.03 941 Menards 1,831.22 supplies Westy’s 35.00 Fuel Ardis Overweg 223.48 books SD 811 One Call 2.24 Locates J&W Marketing 167.50 mgmt Carquest 164.47 Repairs Scott Supply 611.48 Repairs American Legion 1,000.00 Donation MV Baseball Assoc 1,000.00 Donation Senior Citizens 1,000.00 Donation Newman Signs 152.95 Repairs Henke Tractor 1,334.70 Repairs Runnings 199.39 Repairs Wheelco 18.92 Repairs A&G Diesel 28.81 Repairs Cortrust Visa 126.62 Postage WATER Gene Deinert 230.87 wages Davison Rural Water 5,915.60 water Northwestern Energy 328.56 util CorTrust 38.26 941 SD-DOH 30.00 Lab Gene Deinert Exp 21.22 Conference CITY TAX Northwestern Energy 48.99 util SEWER Santel 44.92 util Northwestern Energy 165.80 util Dakota Pump 1,576.57 Repairs Published once at the approximate cost of $205.18. (May 21, 2022) 65467
BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT May 10, 2022 CALL TO ORDER Chairperson Bode called the meeting of the Davison County Board of Adjustment to order at 9:15 a.m. All members of the Board were present. Also present were Planning & Zoning Administrator Bathke, Assistant Administrator Wegleitner and Auditor Kiepke. APPROVE AGENDA Motion by Reider, second by Claggett to approve the agenda for the May 10, 2022, meeting. All members voted aye. Motion carried. APPROVE MINUTES Motion by Claggett, second by Reider, to approve the minutes of the April 19, 2022, meeting. All members voted aye. Motion carried. PUBLIC INPUT Chairperson Bode called for public input. She reminded the public that this was for items not on the agenda. Hearing none, the meeting continued. VARIANCES The Planning Commission recommended granting 5-0-2. Motion by Claggett, second by Weitala, after consideration of Section 1206 B Variances, to grant a variance in minimum lot size of +/- 21.996 acres, creating a lot size of +/- 3.004 acres, where the minimum lot size is 25 acres in the Ag District, as requested by Louis & JoAnne Schoenfelder. This request is pursuant to Section 307(4), 307(5), 1106(B) & 1206(B) of the Davison County Zoning Ordinance as adopted on 4/1/98 and as subsequently amended. The property is legally described as the SW ¼ of the SE ¼ of Section 21, T 101 N, R 61 W, of the 5th P.M., Davison County, South Dakota. Application received March 28, 2022 Daily Republic April 30, 2022 Posted April 21, 2022 Notified Applicant April 19, 2022 Notified Abutting Property Owners April 19, 2022 Consideration of 1206 B. Variances Roll call vote: Reider – aye, Weitala – aye, Kiner – aye, Claggett – aye, Bode – aye. Motion carried. The Planning Commission recommended granting 5-0-2. Motion by Claggett, second by Kiner, after consideration of Section 1206 B Variances, to grant a variance in minimum lot size of +/- 8.24 acres, creating a lot size of +/- 16.76 acres, where the minimum lot size is 25 acres in the Ag Residential District, as requested by Scot VanderPol. This request is pursuant to Section 407, 407(5), 1106(B) & 1206(B) of the Davison County Zoning Ordinance as adopted on 4/1/98 and as subsequently amended. The property is legally described as Lot A-2, a subdivision of Lot A in the SW ¼ of Section 23, T 103 N, R 61 W, of the 5th P.M., Davison County, South Dakota, less Lots 1, 2, 3 & 4, Blk 1 of West Fifty 1st Addition and less Rumley Court. Application received April 15, 2022 Daily Republic April 30, 2022 Posted April 21, 2022 Notified Applicant April 19, 2022 Notified Abutting Property Owners April 19, 2022 Consideration of 1206 B. Variances Roll call vote: Weitala – aye, Reider – aye, Kiner – aye, Claggett – aye, Bode – aye. Motion carried. ADJOURN At 9:25 a.m., motion by Reider, second by Claggett to adjourn Board of Adjustment. All members voted aye. Motion carried. ATTEST Susan Kiepke, Auditor Brenda Bode, Chairperson Published once at the cost of $34.66. (May 21, 2022) 65454
Annual Report
2022 Statewide Ballot Measure Constitutional Amendment C Title: A Constitutional Amendment Requiring Three-Fifths Vote for Approval of Ballot Measures Imposing Taxes or Fees or Obligating over $10 Million. Attorney Explanation: Currently the constitution requires that any new tax or tax increase must be approved either by voters or by two-thirds of the members of each legislative branch. To be approved by voters, such a measure must obtain a majority of the votes cast. This constitutional amendment requires that any initiated measure, proposed constitutional amendment, or referred measure imposing or increasing taxes must obtain three-fifths of the votes cast to be approved. This constitutional amendment also adds the requirement that any initiated measure, proposed constitutional amendment, or referred measure obligating the state to appropriate $10 million or more in any of the first five fiscal years must obtain three-fifths of the votes cast to be approved. This constitutional amendment additionally requires any initiated measure, proposed constitutional amendment, or referred measure which imposes or increases fees to obtain three-fifths of the votes cast to be approved. Vote “Yes” to adopt the amendment Vote “No” to leave the Constitution as it is. Full Text of Constitutional Amendment C: A JOINT RESOLUTION, Proposing and submitting to the voters at the next primary election a new section to Article XI of the Constitution of the State of South Dakota, relating to a three-fifths vote requirement for certain initiated or Legislature-proposed constitutional amendments and initiated or Legislature-referred measures. BE IT RESOLVED BY THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES OF THE STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA, THE SENATE CONCURRING THEREIN: Section 1. That at the next primary election held in the state, the following amendment to Article XI of the Constitution of the State of South Dakota, as set forth in section 2 of this Joint Resolution, which is hereby agreed to, shall be submitted to the electors of the state for approval. Section 2. That Article XI of the Constitution of the State of South Dakota, be amended by adding a NEW SECTION to read: §16. Constitutional amendments or measures—Taxes or fees—Certain funding obligations—Vote required. Any initiated constitutional amendment, initiated measure, constitutional amendment proposed and submitted to the people by the Legislature, or measure referred to the people by the Legislature that imposes or increases taxes or fees, and any initiated constitutional amendment, initiated measure, constitutional amendment proposed and submitted to the people by the Legislature, or measure referred to the people by the Legislature that obligates the state to appropriate funds of ten million dollars or more in any of the first five fiscal years after enactment, to be annually adjusted for inflation as determined by the Legislature, shall become part of the Constitution or statute only if approved by three-fifths of the votes cast thereon. Published once at the total approximate cost of $33.44. (May 21, 2022) 65169

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STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA IN CIRCUIT COURT SS COUNTY OF DAVISON FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Breit & Boomsma, P.C., Plaintiff, - Morgages, Suzanne M. Korzan, Defendant – Mortgagor, 21CIV22-5 NOTICE OF REAL ESTATE SALE ON EXECUTION OF JUDGMENT A monetary judgment was entered in favor of Plaintiff and against Defendant, which judgment was filed with the Clerk of Court of Davison County, South Dakota on March 31, 2022 in the amount of $60,566.69, costs in the amount of $132.45 and Pre-judgment interest in the amount of $696.94 for a total judgment in the amount of $61,396.08. Notice is hereby given pursuant to said judgment and pursuant to the execution of judgment dated March 31, 2022 that the real estate described as: Lot C-2A, a subdivision of Lot C-2 of Kotbra’s Subdivision of the Southeast Quarter (SE1/4) of Section Fifteen (15), Township One Hundred Three (103) North, Range Sixty-One (61), West of the 5th P.M., Davison County, South Dakota. in order to realize the amount of the above-said judgment, plus interest accruing thereafter on said amount, together with the costs and expenses of sale, will be sold to the highest bidder for cash under the direction of the Davison County Sheriff at the main entrance of the Davison County Sheriff’s office located at 1015 S. Miller, Mitchell, South Dakota 57301 on June 23, 2022 at 10:00 a.m. Dated the 11th day of May, 2022. /s/ Sheriff Steve Harr, #8-1A Published four times at the cost of $57.88. (May 14, 21, 28, 2022; June 4, 2022) 63266
INVITATION TO BIDDERS PAVING AND OVERLAY PROJECT City Project #2022-15 Sealed Proposals for furnishing all materials, labor, supervision, tools and equipment necessary or incidental to the work for Paving and Overlay project will be received until 1:30 P.M. on the 26th day of May, 2022; by the City of Mitchell Finance Officer. Bids will be publicly opened and read in the City Council Chambers of City Hall at the above time. The bids may be awarded by the City Council of the City of Mitchell at their regular meeting. Proposals shall be submitted on the blank proposal forms furnished by the City of Mitchell and contain the full package of papers properly filled out and signed by the person authorized to do so. Any proposal otherwise submitted will be deemed informal, irregular, and not subject to or worthy of consideration in the award of the contract in the award of the contract. Specifications are on file and may be ordered at the office of the Finance Officer. An electronic copy of the plans and specifications may also be obtained on the City of Mitchell’s website www.cityofmitchell.org. Each bid shall be labeled only with the project being bid: Paving and Overlay Project City Project #2022-15 Each bid must be accompanied by a certified check, cashier’s check or bank draft issued upon a National or State Bank made payable to the City of Mitchell, South Dakota in an amount of no less than five percent (5%) of the bid, or in lieu thereof, a bid bond for ten percent (10%) of the amount of the bid, such bond to be issued by a surety authorized to do business in the State and countersigned by a resident agent payable to the Finance Officer of the City of Mitchell, South Dakota. The Bid Security must accompany the proposal as a guaranty the bidder will enter into a contract within ten (10) days after the notice of award is delivered to the contractor. Checks of the unsuccessful bidders will be returned after award of the contract. The City of Mitchell reserves the right to waive any informalities or to reject any or all bids. Dated this 10th day of May, 2022 Michelle Bathke Finance Officer Published twice at an approximate cost of : $40.49 (May 11 & 21, 2022) 63198
STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA COUNTY OF DAVISON IN CIRCUIT COURT FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT In the Matter of the Petition regarding, T. J. H. L., A Minor Child. For a Change of Name to T.J. H. W. And In the Matter of the Petition regarding, T. M. D. L., A Minor Child. For a Change of Name to T. M. D. W. And In the Matter of the Petition regarding, T. E. K. L., A Minor Child. For a Change of Name to T. E. K. W. 17CIV22-000074 17CIV22-000075 17CIV22-000076 ORDER AND NOTICE OF HEARING FOR AFFIDAVIT AND PETITION FOR CHANGE OF NAME (Published) Affidavits and Petitions for Change of Name, pursuant to SDCL 21-37, having been filed by Taysha Elizabeth Wantoch, Mother of the minor children, requesting that the following minor childrens’ name be changed from T. J. H. L. to T. J. H. W.; and T. M. D. L. to T. M. D. W.; and T. E. K. to T. E. K. W.; now, therefore IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that a hearing shall be had on said Affidavits and Petitions by this Comt on the 14th day of June, 2022, at the hour of 10:00 a.m. on said date, at the Davison County Courthouse, located in Mitchell, South Dakota, and that notice of said hearing be given by publishing the Notice of Hearing in the Mitchell Republic, a legal newspaper published in the County of Petitioners’ residence for ( 4) successive weeks prior to the time set for such hearing. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that such notice shall be deemed good, sufficient and legal notice of said hearing. BY THE COURT: 5/10/2022 2:17:15PM /s/ Hon. Patrick T. Smith, Circuit Judge First Judicial Circuit, Davidson County Attest: Cass, Darien Clerk/Deputy Published four times at the cost of $73.39. (May 14, 21, 28; June 4, 2022) 63184
JAMES VALLEY EDUCATION COOPERATIVE Board Minutes March 3, 2022 The meeting was called to order at 1:15 PM. Roll call was taken with the following present: Christensen, Culhane, Graves, Olson, Siemsen and Weber. Motion to approve agenda, made by Graves, seconded by Siemsen. Motion carried. Motion to approve the minutes of the last meeting made by Olson, seconded by Siemsen. Motion carried. Motion to approve claims made by Siemsen, seconded by Olson. Motion carried. No conflict of interest or public comment. Meeting adjourned. Respectfully submitted, Tracy Christensen, Director Claims: 11/2021 Kris Krouse, continuing ed 50.00; Starette Nash, continuing ed 99.99; Voyager Fleet OT/PT travel 238.32. Total 388.31 12/2021 ELO LLC, audit 3750.00; Kris Krouse, continuing ed 209.00; Starette Nash, license 50.00; Voyager Fleet Systems, OT/PT travel 87.01. Total 3115.31 1/2022 Amanda Hamburg, psyc travel 53.93; Kari Lord, OT travel 235.62; Starette Nash, OT license 65.00; Pearson Education, testing materials 1071.60; Simply Fun, PT activities 216.80; USD Center for Disabilities, Director-Sped Conference 160.00; Voyager Fleet Systems, OT/PT travel 52.59;Savanna Williams, Psyc travel 225.37. Total 2080.91 Published 3 time(s) at the total approximate cost of $41.89. (May 7, 14 & 21, 2022) 60786

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May 10, 2022 CALL TO ORDER Chairperson Bode called the regular meeting of the Davison County Board of Commissioners to order at 9:00 a.m. All members of the Board were present. Also present was Auditor Kiepke. PLEDGE The Pledge of Allegiance was led by Chairperson Bode. APPROVE AGENDA Motion by Claggett, second by Kiner to approve the agenda for the May 10, 2022, meeting. All members voted aye. Motion carried. APPROVE MINUTES Motion by Claggett, second by Reider to approve the minutes of the April 26, 2022, meeting. All members voted aye. Motion carried. PUBLIC INPUT Dave Helleloid appeared before the Board to state that he felt he should receive his deposit back from Davison County after having rented the Fairgounds facility. RECESS BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS/CONVENE BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT At 9:15 a.m., motion by Claggett, second by Weitala 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 9:25 a.m., motion by Reider, second by Claggett to adjourn Board of Adjustment and reconvene Board of Commissioners. All members voted aye. Motion carried. APPROVE PLATS Motion by Reider, second by Weitala to approve a Plat of Tract 1 of Digmann Addition in the SW ¼ of the SE ¼ of Section 21, T 101 N, R 61 W of the 5th P.M., Davison County, South Dakota. All members voted aye. Motion carried. Motion by Claggett, second by Weitala to approve a Plat of Lot 1A of Jackrabbit Addition, a subdivision of an unplatted portion of the SE ¼ of Section 8 and all of previously platted Lot 1 of Jackrabbit Addition in the SE ¼ of Section 8, all T 101 N, R 62 W of the 5th P.M., Davison County, South Dakota. All members voted aye. Motion carried. Motion by Kiner, second by Weitala to approve a Plat of Tracts 1 & 2 of West Fifty 2nd Addition, a subdivision of Lot A-2, a subdivision of Lot A in the SW ¼ of section 23, T 103 N, R 61 W of the 5th P.M., Davison County, South Dakota. All members voted aye. Motion carried. Motion by Weitala, second by Kiner to approve a Plat of Lot 3 of Wagner’s addition, in the SW ¼ of Section 4, T 102 N, R 60 W of the 5th P.M., Davison County, South Dakota. All members voted aye. Motion carried. ADVERTISE FOR VSO POSITION At the request of VSO Bennett who expressed his intention to retire approximately March 1, 2023, motion by Kiner, second by Reider to authorize advertisement for the position of VSO. Voting aye Kiner, Reider, Claggett. Voting nay Weitala, Bode. Motion carried. AUTHORIZE GRANT APPLICATION At the request of States Attorney Miskimins, motion by Claggett, second by Kiner to authorize application for the Court Resources Homes grant of $30,000. The grant will run for three years. All members voted aye. Motion carried. INCREASE DIVERSION COORDINATOR SALARY At the request of States Attorney Miskimins, motion by Weitala, second by Claggett to increase Diversion Coordinator Buschbach’s wage by $5,000 effective July 1, 2022, providing Davison County receives the above grant. $5,000 will be prorated for 2022, with the full increase for 2023 and 2024, with the grant ending June 30, 2025. All members voted aye. Motion carried. APPROVE AERIAL SPRAYING At the request of Weed Supervisor Page, motion by Weitala, second by Kiner to authorize aerial spraying of the County rental land which includes the pit, at a cost of $24.79 per acre for 160 acres. The renter has agreed to pay half the cost. All members voted aye. Motion carried. APPROVE PURCHASE At the request of Weed Supervisor Page, motion by Reider, second by Claggett to approve the purchase of 60 gallons of a drift agent at a cost of $29.60 per gallon. All members voted aye. Motion carried. APPROVE 2023 HIGHWAY SAFETY GRANT SUBMISSION At the request of Sheriff Harr, motion by Claggett, second by Weitala to authorize submission of the 2023 Highway Safety Grant application which will supply $10,000 in overtime funding and 75% of the cost of four new radar units, each with a total cost of $3,250, leaving the County responsible for a total cost of $3,400. All members voted aye. Motion carried. GRANT ONE DAY PERMIT After receiving an acceptable plan for security, lighting and such, motion by Reider, second by Claggett to adopt the following resolution granting a one-day permit for the Scoreboard Pub & Grille to furnish alcohol for the Avera Gala. A roll call vote was taken as follows. Reider – aye, Claggett – aye, Weitala – aye, Kiner – aye, Bode – aye. Motion carried. Resolution #051022-01 Grant Temporary Permit To the Scoreboard Pub & Grille For Avera Gala Whereas, SDCL 35-4-124 states that any municipality or county may issue: (1) A special malt beverage retailers license in conjunction with a special event within the municipality or county to any civic, charitable, educational, fraternal, or veterans organization or any licensee licensed pursuant to § 35-4-111 or subdivision 35-4-2(4), (6), or (16) in addition to any other licenses held by the special events license applicant; (2) A special on-sale license wine retailers license in conjunction with a special event within the municipality or county to any civic, charitable, education, fraternal, or veterans organization ot any licensee licensed pursuant to §35-4-111 or subdivision 35-4-2(4), (6), or (12) or any farm winery licensee in addition to any other licenses held by the special events license applicant; (3) A special on-sale license in conjunction with a special event within the municipality or county to any civic, charitable, educational, fraternal, or veterans organization or any licensee licensed pursuant to §35-4-111 or subdivision 35-4-2(4) or (6) in addition to any other licenses held by the special events license applicant; The municipality of county may issue a license under this section for a time not to exceed fifteen consecutive days. No public hearing is required for the issuance of a license pursuant to this section if the person applying for the license holds an on-sale alcoholic beverage license or a retail malt beverage license in the municipality or county or holds an operating agreement for a municipal on-sale alcoholic beverage license, and the license is to be used in a publicly-owned facility. The local governing body shall establish rules to regulate and restrict the operation of the special license, including rules limiting the number of licenses that may be issued to any person within any calendar year; and Whereas, the Scoreboard Pub & Grille has requested a one-day permit to utilize their current on-sale liquor, on-sale wine and cider and on-sale malt beverage licenses for the Avera Queen of Peace Gala to be held on Saturday, June 4th, 2022; and Whereas, the event will take place at the Dakotafest grounds legally described as the SW ¼ Ex H2 & Ex Lot A of Mitchell Landfill 1st Addn and the SE ¼ Inc Lot A of Moneke’s Sub Ex H2 & including Schlaffman Tract 1, all in Mitchell Twp, Davison County, SD; and Whereas, a plan for parking, lighting and security has been presented and found to be in order. Now, therefore, be it resolved, that a one day special permit be granted to the Scoreboard Pub & Grill for the Avera Queen of Peace Gala taking place on June 4th, 2022. Dated at Mitchell, SD this 10th day of May, 2022. Brenda Bode, Chairperson ATTEST: Susan Kiepke, Auditor SIGN OUT-OF-COUNTY JAIL CONTRACT At the request of Corrections Administrator Radel, motion by Reider, second by Kiner to authorize chairperson and auditor to sign a contract between Davison County and the Flandreau Santee Sioux Tribe to provide housing at the Davison County Jail at a rate of $95 per day. All members voted aye. Motion carried. APPROVE INVOLUNTARY TERMINATION At the request of Corrections Administrator Radel, motion by Weitala, second by Reider to approve the involuntary termination of employee #3368 effective April 27, 2022. All members voted aye. Motion carried. APPROVE EMPLOYEE RECLASSIFICATION At the request of Corrections Administrator Radel, motion by Kiner, second by Claggett to approve the reclassification of Melinda Harmelink from full-time Corrections Officer to full-time Sergeant, effective May 14, 2022, with a wage of $22.00 per hour and a $.50 increase after successful completion of a six-month introductory period. All members voted aye. Motion carried. APPROVE INTRODUCTORY WAGE INCREASES At the request of Corrections Administrator Radel, motion by Claggett, second by Weitala to approve $.50 wage increases for the following full-time and part-time corrections employees after having successfully completed their introductory periods, effective May 14, 2022. Shawn Jerke, Marco Mora, Ashley Schulz, Cheryl Buenning, Marlyn Tollefson, Dominick Warmbein. All members voted aye. Motion carried. RELEASE LIEN As requested by Terry Sabers, on behalf of Workforce Housing, motion by Claggett, second by Kiner to approve the release of a county court appointed lien and a county care of poor lien against Paul Frazer, as well as a county court appointed attorney lien against Connie Frazer from a property located at 1301 East Birch Ave., Mitchell, South Dakota legally described as Lot A, Blk Four (4), Fairview Addition to the City of Mitchell, Davison County, SD. All members voted aye. Motion carried. APPROVE NEW HIRE At the request of Physical Plant Director Rang, motion by Weitala, second by Reider to approve the hire of Scott Gaulke effective May 9, 2022, at a rate of $18.00 per hour, with a $.50 wage increase after successful completion of a six-month introductory period. All members voted aye. Motion carried. APPROVE REPAIR At the request of Physical Plant Director Rang, motion by Claggett, second by Weitala to approve the repair of a boiler pump at the Public Safety building at a cost of $1,100 as quoted by Mitchell Plumbing & Heating Co., Inc. All members voted aye. Motion carried. APPROVE SECURITY SYSTEM UPGRADE At the request of Physical Plant Director Rang, motion by Reider, second by Weitala to approve the installation of a Napco P9600 Control Panel, Napco Gemini Keypad, StarLink Connect Universal LTE Cell/IP Alarm Communicator along with project installation & configuration to update the security system at the courthouse at a cost of $2,309.42, as quoted by GoldenWest Technologies. The monthly monitoring fee will increase from $75 to $99. All members voted aye. Motion carried. APPROVE ELEVATOR UPGRADE At the request of Physical Plant Director Rang, motion by Reider, second by Kiner to approve an upgrade of the elevator system at the Public Safety Building at a cost of $72,023, as quoted by Schumacher Elevator Company. All members voted aye. Motion carried. APPROVE VEHICLE PURCHASE At the request of Physical Plant Director Rang, motion by Claggett, second by Weitala to authorize the purchase of a pre-owned 2017 Ford F-250SD XLT at a cost of $48,995 with a five-year extended warranty at a cost of $3,600. All members voted aye. Motion carried. APPROVE TIMESHEETS Motion by Weitala, second by Reider to authorize chairperson to sign department head timesheets as supervisor. All members voted aye. Motion carried. APPROVE BILLS Motion by Weitala, second by Reider to approve the following bills for payment. All members present voted aye. Motion carried. GENERAL FUND: JUD: Jury Fees/Jurors-529.40; STATES ATTY: Books/West Payment Center-506.01; PUB SFTY BLDG: Gas & Electric/Northwestern Energy-7,365.03; WELFARE: Office Utilities/Northwestern Energy-213.20; FAIR: Utilities/Northwestern Energy-2,820.46; CO EXTENSION: Utilities/Northwestern Energy-213.20; HIWAY: Utilities/Northwestern Energy-273.10. COMM: Prof Fees/Tristar Benefit Admin-402.00, Publishing/Daily Republic Forum Comm-1,133.96, Utilities/Brenda Bode-50.00, John Claggett50.00, Mitchell Telecom-31.18, Santel Comm-69.44, Kim Weitala-50.00, Recognition/First Bankcard-35.74; INS: Gen Liability/SD Public Assurance Alliance-272.89; ELECT: Supplies/McLeod’s Printing-179.49, Postage/First Bankcard-38.55; JUD: Prof Fees/Dakota Counseling-342.00; AUD: ACH PAYM/Cortrust Bank-15.00, Rentals/Microfilm Imaging Sys-147.00, Trvl & Conf/Ramkota Hotel-218.00, Susan Kiepke-226.16, Utilities/Susan Kiepke-50.00, Mitchell Telecom-31.17, Santel Comm-50.06,; TREAS: Mainframe Prog/Software Services-704.00 Passport Postage/First Bankcard-89.50, Supplies/First Dakota Nat’l Bank-3.00, First Bankcard-100.95, McLeod’s Printing-200.08, State MV Supplies/First Bankcard-100.96, McLeod’s Printing-130.11, Trvl & Conf/David Beintema-182.52, Ramkota Hotel-109.99, Utilities/David Beintema-50.00, Tonya Ford-50.00, Mitchell Telecom-55.35, Santel Comm-68.28, Rachel Soulek-50.00, Minor Equip/Access Systems-1,639.03,; STATES ATTY: Mainframe Support/Software Services-132.00 Prof Fees/James D Taylor PC-4,468.26, Larson & Nipe-232.30, Div Service & Fees/A & B Business Solutions-56.53, Catherine Buschbach-50.00, First Bankcard-54.78, Utilities/Mitchell Telecom-65.62,; CRT APPTED ATTY: Santel Comm-97.84 Crt Appted Atty/The Sharp Firm, Prof LLC-814.98, Morgan Theeler LLP-846.80,; A&N CHILD: Catastrophic Legal/SDACC CLERP-1,046.00; PUB SFTY BLDG: A&N Child/Morgan Theeler LLP-101.00 Repairs/Menards-48.77, Runnings Supply-129.99, Supplies/Daily Republic Forum Comm-319.50, Jones Supplies-316.50, Water & Sewer/City of Mitchell-9.21, Garbage/Miedema Sanitation-215.00, Phone/Robert Faas-50.00, Scott Gaulke-50.00, Elevator Service/Schumacher Elevator-9,354.11, Buildings/Menards-120.17,; CRTHOUSE: Minor Equip/Jones Supplies-99.00 Repairs & Maint/Menards-3.38, Mitchell Iron & Supply-13.22, Runnings Supply-253.92, Santel Comm-45.00, Supplies/Jones Supplies-194.96, Menards-68.66, Cable TV/Mitchell Telecom-100.79, Water & Sewer/City of Mitchell-109.08, Garbage/Miedema Sanitation-101.00, Phone/Robert Love-50.00, Joel Rang-50.00, Buildings/Dakota Supply Group-619.18,; DOE: Minor Equip/First Bankcard-138.99 Trvl & Conf/Karla Love-94.00, NCRAAO-975.00, Utilities/Blake Biggerstaff-50.00, Karla Love-50.00, Mitchell Telecom-62.15, Santel Comm-89.18, Carla Wittstruck-50.00,; ROD: Software Services/Software Services-242.00 Rentals/Microfilm Imaging Sys-470.00, Supplies/First Bankcard-26.30, Innovative Office-170.99, Utilities/Mitchell Telecom-62.12, Santel Comm-74.44,; NORTH OFC: Minor Equip/First Bankcard-21.48 Repairs/Menards-15.92, Supplies/Jones Supplies-112.05, Menards-55.99, Garbage/Miedema Sanitation-83.00, Phone/Mitchell Telecom-82.44,; VET: Santel Comm-89.05 Disable Vet Services/First Bankcard-64.01, Supplies/First Bankcard-275.84, McLeod’s Printing-441.90, Utilities/Craig Bennett-50.00, Mitchell Telecom-41.67, Santel Comm-56.28,; COORD: Alexander Kraus-50.00 IT Contract/Tech Solutions-11,103.00, Postage/Qualified Presort-433.10, Postage Meter Fees/Qualified Presort-135.93, Supplies/Santel Comm-12.37,; HR: Copy Machine Maint/Access Systems-91.00 Supplies/First Bankcard-17.43, GFC Leasing WI-47.42, Trvl & Conf/SDGHRA-50.00, Utilities/Tonya Meaney-50.00, Mitchell Telecom-55.53,; SHERIFF: Santel Comm-37.61 Repairs Patrol Car/Dicks Body Shop-121.68, Car Wash/Mega Wash-60.00, Office Supplies/S & M Printing-306.00, Gas Patrol Car/First Bankcard-183.65, Uniforms/Jack’s Uniforms & Equip-312.99, Utilities/Mitchell Telecom-512.11, Santel Comm-552.06, Cellular Service/Dawn Grissom-50.00, Grace Murphy-50.00, Minor Equip/Body Cams by Retired Cops-300.00, Galls-Lexington-348.19, Software Services/Tritech Software Systems-14,691.78,; JAIL: Machinery & Auto/Light & Siren-4,415.96 Medicine/Avera Queen of Peace Hosp-1,384.89, Stephen Gullings DDS-177.00, Mitchell Regional Ambulance-2,093.60, Office Supplies/Ginger Faas-50.00, Innovative Office-373.75, Swanson Services Corp-105.00, Tech Solutions-131.00, Jail Supplies/County Fair Food Store-69.06, Innovative Office-133.32, Jones Supplies-574.93, Kitchen Supplies/Jones Supplies-290.94, Prisoner Food/Summit Food Service-15,810.36, Travel/Ginger Faas-54.00, First Bankcard-952.36, Cable TV/Mitchell Telecom-100.79, Buildings/Pieper Electric Inc-237.28, Contracts/Office Advantage-213.81, Minor Equip/Galls-Lexington-16.20,; JUV DET: Inmate Services/Swanson Services Corp-377.60; WELFARE: Detention/Minnehaha Co Regional-5,397.00 Supplies/Qualified Presort-6.85, Transients/First Bankcard-129.41, Travel/Christine Norwick-23.31, Office Utilities/Mitchell Telecom-54.64, Christine Norwick-50.00,: 442 MENTAL HAND: Santel Comm-22.91; MENTAL ILL: Mental Handicap/SD Dept of Revenue-1,851.90 Committals/Douglas Papendick-101.00, Hearings/Fox & Youngberg PC-177.86, Mark Katterhagen-9.00, Lewis & Clark BHS-184.00, Lincoln Co Treasurer-2,051.93, Darcy Lockwood-9.00, Lucy M Lewno-146.53,; FAIR: Yankton Co Treasurer-244.90 Repairs & Maint/CHS Farmers Alliance-17.84, Garbage/Miedema Sanitation-101.00,; CO EXTENSION: Buildings/Muth Electric-15,250.00 Contract 4-H Youth/SDSU Extension-10,567.75, Postage/Qualified Presort-6.86, Trvl & Conf/Christine Norwick-23.31, Utilities/Bureau of Administration-6.00, Mitchell Telecom-54.64,; WEED: Santel Comm-86.77 Repairs/C & B Operations-144.49, Carquest of Mitchell-152.95, Runnings Supply-46.97, Supplies/Van Diest Supply-52,890.00, Utilities/Mitchell Telecom-58.31,; DRAINAGE: Santel Comm-25.53; P&Z: Publishing/Daily Republic Forum Comm-14.59; HIWAY:Publishing/Daily Republic Forum Comm-35.56 Prof Fees/First Bankcard-25.00, Repairs & Maint/A & G Diesel-10.13, Auto Body Specialties-41.70, Bailey Metal-920.91, Boyer Trucks-319.61, Butler Machinery-2,825.81, C & B Operations-624.01, Carquest of Mitchell-688.38, Mueller Lumber-31.98, Runnings Supply-613.88, Thune’s True Value-40.39, Postage/First Bankcard-6.39, Supplies & Materials/A-OX Welding-292.82, Carquest of Mitchell-131.03, SD Dept of Revenue-170.99, McLeod’s Printing-24.99, Meyers Oil Co-36.00, Mueller Lumber-63.91, Runnings Supply-1,184.25, Thune’s True Value-9.47, Utilities/City of Mt Vernon-92.00, Miedema Sanitation-83.00, Mitchell Telecom-159.10, Santel Comm-26.54, Jack Sorenson-50.00, Clayton Wells-50.00, Signage & Materials/Larry’s I-90 Service-1,826.46, Oth Proj/City of Mitchell-26,500.00,; EMG MGMT: SD Dept of Transportation-4,021.03 Repairs & Maint/Advance Auto Parts-7.99, City of Mitchell-291.94, Two Way Solutions-15.99, Utilities/Jeff Bathke-50.00, Mitchell Telecom-23.85, Santel Comm-95.92,; JAIL 247: Karen Wegleitner-50.00; URBAN & ECON DEV: Supplies/McKesson Medical-327.78 TID C3 Edgerton Place/Cortrust Bank-58,345.66. ACKNOWLEDGE VOLUNTEERS Motion by Weitala, second by Reider to acknowledge volunteers for the month of May 2022, with a full list on file in the Davison County Auditor’s office. All members voted aye. Motion carried. CHANGE REGULAR MEETING DATE As per the request of Auditor Kiepke, due to the election, motion by Weitala, second by Claggett to change the regular meeting date from June 7th, 2022 to June 9th 2022 in order to canvass the primary election ballots. All members voted aye. Motion carried. APPROVE AUDITOR’S ACCOUNT WITH TREASURER Motion by Claggett, second by Weitala to approve April 2022 Auditor’s Account with the Treasurer in the amount of $21,391,120.63. All members voted aye. Motion carried. APPROVE SHERIFF’S AUTOMATIC SUPPLEMENT Motion by Claggett, second by Weitala to approve an automatic supplement to sheriff’s minor equipment line 211/4350 in the amount of $348.19 received from the State of South Dakota UJS Security Grant Program. All members voted aye. Motion carried. ADJOURN At 12:10 p.m., Chairperson Bode adjourned the meeting and set the next regular Board of Commissioners meeting for May 17th, at 9:00 a.m. ATTEST Susan Kiepke, Auditor Brenda Bode, Chairperson Publish Once at the Approximate Cost of $218.58. (May 18, 2022) 64270
MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING MITCHELL SCHOOL DISTRICT 17-2 May 9, 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, Matthew Christiansen, Shawn Ruml, and Brittni Flood. Absent: Kevin Kenkel. Others present: Dr. Joseph Graves Superintendent, Steve Culhane, Business Manager, and Student representatives Sarah Sebert & Claire Hegg. Motion #3551636 Motion by Christiansen, seconded by Flood to approve the agenda as presented. Motion carried. Motion #3551637 Motion by Flood, seconded by Ruml to approve the consent agenda which includes the minutes of the regular board meeting on April 25, 2022. 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, one open enrollment request and the personnel items. New Certified Hire: Mercia Schroeder, Spanish Teacher/MS & 6th Class Assignment, $49,653, 6th Class Assignment, $4,966, effective 2022-2023 school year. Madison Miller, MS Oral Interp., $495, effective 2022-2023 school year. New Classified Hire: Connor DeRouchey, CCC/Computer Aide, $12.75/hr., 7.25/hrs./day, effective August 17, 2022. Transfer: Taramee Paulson, Paraeducator/LBW to Paraeducator/GBR, effective 2022-2023 school year. Charlene Hilkemeier, Paraeducator/LO, 7 hrs./day to Paraeducator/LBW, effective 2022-2023 school year. Resignation: Kari White, Food Service/LBW, effective April 25, 2022. Nicole Hohn, RN/MS, effective May 2, 2022. Brooke Brummett, Paraeducator/SH, effective end of the 2021-2022. MTC New Hires: Amy Gough, Adjunct ACCT 221, Summer 2022, $2,250, effective May 16, 2022. Julie Gross, Adjunct, ENGL, 110 Summer 2022, $2,250, effective May 16, 2022. Julie Hart-Schutte, Adjunct, SOC 100, Summer 2022, $2,250, effective May 16, 2022. Sarah Ellis, Adjunct, COMM 210, SPCM 101, Summer 2022, $4,500, effective May 16, 2022. Anne Kelly, PSYC 101, Summer 2022, $2,250, effective May 16, 2022. Scott Kortan, Adjunt, MATH 104, Summer 2022, $2,250, effective May 16, 2022. Annika Russell-Manke, Adjunct, BUS 122, Summer 2022, $2,250, effective May 16, 2022. Ryan VanZee, Adjunct, BUS 170, Summer 2022, $3,000, effective May 16, 2022. Shirlyce Weisser, Adjunct MOP 221, MOP 230, Summer 2022, $4,500, effective May 16, 2022. MTC Resignation: Connie Schroeder, Director, effective June 30, 2022. Motion carried. Motion #3551638 Motion by Flood, seconded by Ruml to approve on second and final reading the minor changes to Mitchell Technical College Policy Series 1000-1200. Motion carried. Motion #3551639 Motion by Flood, seconded by Christiansen to approve minor wording changes to the Elementary School Handbook for the 2022-2023 school year. Motion carried. At this time, the school board reviewed the K-12 & MTC preliminary budgets for the 22-23 school year. No action was taken. School Board members reported on the meetings they had attended since the last meeting. During the Superintendent’s report, Dr. Graves indicated that all teaching openings have been filled. Also, a student who will be graduating from Mitchell High School this year also graduated from Mitchell Technical Institute this past weekend. Motion #3551640 Motion by Flood, seconded by Ruml to adjourn the school board meeting at 5:50 pm. Motion carried. Cash Balance as of April 30, 2022 Beginning Balance, $25,104,831 General Fund Balance $7,242,767 Capital Outlay Balance $4,571,816, Special Education Balance $440,101, Mitchell Tech Balance $9,490,116, Food Service Balance $1,310,474, Driver’s Ed Balance $4,541, T/A Balance $2,195,106, James Valley Coop Balance $(79,153), Capital Projects Fund Balance ($70,938) Total Revenue, $3,869,068 General Fund $1,583,246, Capital Outlay $322,929, Special Education $654,042, Mitchell Tech $494,103, Food Service $288,568, Driver’s Ed $-0-, T/A $455,242, James Valley Coop $-0-, Capital Projects Fund $70,938 Total Expenditures, $4,132,776 General Fund $1,638,559, Capital Outlay $45,280, Special Education $437,310, Mitchell Tech $1,278,248, Food Service $173,715, Driver’s Ed $-0-, T/A $434,023, James Valley Coop $42,964, Capital Projects Fund $82,677. Ending Balance, $24,841,123 General Fund $7,187,454, Capital Outlay $4,849,465, Special Education $656,833, Mitchell Tech $8,705,971, Food Service $1,425,327, Driver’s Ed $4,541, T/A $2,216,325, James Valley Coop $(122,117), Capital Projects Fund $(82,677) General Fund A T & T Mobility Cell Phone Usage 512.09 Aadland, Cory 2021-22 Travel 809.79 ACCO Brands USA Covers 508.25 AED Superstore Classroom Supplies 511.65 Al’s Engraving Signs 50.65 Arctic Refrigeration Equipment Repairs 984.98 Automatic Building Controls O/M Supplies 7,087.84 Avera Queen Of Peace Sports Med Services 4,211.00 Bauder, Kyler Wrestling Official 200.00 Baum, Tina Track Official 150.00 Best Western Lodging 4,139.55 Best Western Ramkota Lodging 879.92 Big E Auto Vehicle Service 3,128.21 Bio Corporation Science Supplies 709.68 Carpenter, Cade Wrestling Worker 185.00 Carpenter, Travis Wrestling Worker 620.00 Century Link Telephone Lines 75.17 Child 1st Publications Classroom Supplies 82.57 CK Bicycles/Locks Service Calls/Key Blanks 165.00 Comfort Suites Lodging 94.00 County Fair Food Supplies 835.88 Daily Republic Minutes/Advertising 234.38 Dakota Potters Supply Art Supplies 228.80 Dakota Two Way Radio Tower Rent 600.00 Darrington Water Conditioning Water Conditioning 112.20 Daylight Donuts Baked Goods 61.19 Days Inn Facility Rental 75.00 De Boer, Bob Track Official 196.20 Demco Book Truck 1,113.13 EAI Education Classroom Supplies 88.85 Eau Claire Jazz Registration 200.00 Ellingson, Donna Baccalaureate Programs 34.05 Fed Ex Shipping Service 13.43 First Book Market Place Library Books 250.89 First Nat’l Bank Omaha Travel/Program Expenses 1,934.52 Flinn Scientific Classroom Supplies 1,096.11 Foreman Student Transportation 109,597.26 Graham Tire Company Vehicle Repair 723.43 Grainger O/M Supplies 63.44 Gubbrud, Chris Clay 85.12 Havlik, Brent Wrestling Worker 100.00 Havlik, Stratton Wrestling Worker 160.00 Hillyard/Sioux Falls Custodial Supplies 7,160.80 Hoffman, Michael Supplies 168.47 Huber, Lloyd Piano Tuning 215.00 Innovative Office Solutions Program/Office Supplies 318.04 Instrumentalist Awards Music 334.00 Interstate All Battery Center I/Pad Repair 285.00 J & P Roofing Roof Repairs 1,127.55 Jones Supplies Custodial Supplies 8,240.60 KONE Elevator Maintenance 2,324.85 Lakeshore Learning Materials Program Supplies 244.87 Lakeview Golf Course Golf Supplies 480.00 Lifequest Shredding 41.82 Loecker, Roger Track Official 300.00 Mcleods Office Supply Printed Material/Supplies 1,124.25 Mega Wash Vehicle Washes 48.00 Menards O/M/Program Supplies 182.69 Midco Business Long Distance Service 2,045.94 Miller, Cheryl Subscription 29.88 Mitchell Iron & Supply O/M Supplies/Repairs 193.81 Mitchell Plumbing & Heating Service Calls 253.86 Mitchell Schools/Food Service Food Supplies 47.59 Mitchell Tech Corp Ed AD Meeting 114.00 Moody, Walter Wrestling Worker 100.00 Morgan, Teresa Meals, Class Supplies 186.65 Mount Vernon School District Entry Fee/Greenway Relays 150.00 Muth Electric Electrical Service/Supplies 5,871.90 Nebraska Air Filter Air Filters 444.30 Neugebauer, Lakin Wrestling Official 200.00 O’Gorman High School Track Entry Fees 150.00 Office Advantage Staples 509.94 Palmer, Alyson Program Supplies 114.62 Palmer, Eric Wrestling Worker 40.00 Parks, Bill PAC Supplies 1,168.80 Pepper Music 474.74 Performance Foodservice Food 9,136.43 Pioneer Field Paint 1,699.60 PMB Telephone Service 492.00 Popplers Music Store Music Supplies 199.80 Porta Phone Co Service Plan 449.00 Principals’ Conference Registration Fees 150.00 Qualified Presort Service Postage 1,315.47 Rieck, Beverly Nat’l FCCLA Conference Lodging 413.44 Riverside Technologies Managed Services 505.00 Runnings O&M/Program Supplies 158.41 S & M Printing Printing 105.00 Schmitt Music Music 63.87 School Specialty Classroom Supplies 3,768.06 Schulte, Barb Baked Goods 36.00 Shannon, Marica Classroom Supplies 49.03 Sherwin Williams Paint Supplies 8.11 Siemsen, Christina Driver Ed Certification 3,436.40 Sivik, Carolyn Frames/Hangers 48.75 Skinner, Suzanne Air Fare 537.20 Stahle, Ryan All State Band 68.00 Steckel, Sara Program Supplies 41.49 Subway Meals 59.94 Sun Gold Sports Program Supplies 360.00 Tessier’s Service Call/MCTEA 548.02 Thunes True Value O/M Supplies 157.93 Total Fire Protection Annual Inspection/PAC 888.00 Triotel Communications Telephone/Colonies 84.93 Tru By Hilton Lodging 388.00 Voyager Fleet Systems Fuel 1,624.72 Walmart Program Supplies 977.18 Wendelgass, Mark Track Official 196.20 General Fund Total 205,567.18 Capital Outlay Learning Sciences Int’l Textbooks 3,015.75 Lynx System Developers Automatic Timer/Track,CC 14,000.00 Office Advantage Printing Contract 2,090.34 Parks, Bill PAC Projectors 1,744.80 Unclaimed Freight Counter Stools 339.95 Xerox Financial Services Copiers Lease 2,091.92 Midwest Boiler 47,900.00 Steel Boiler Tubes Total Capital Outlay Fund 71,182.76 Special Education Aba E Care Tuition 3,330.83 Career Connections Contracted Services 1,492.86 Children’s Care Hospital Tuition 24,582.50 ISI Interpreter Services 1,108.40 Johnson, Vicki Parent Mileage 67.20 Larson, Karin Professional Services 3,637.50 Lightspeed Technologies Battery 7.00 Maeschen, Rachel Mileage 18.98 Mitchell Tech Corp Ed SLP Day 303.00 Palace Transit Student Transportation 3,640.98 School Specialty Classroom Supplies 201.50 SD Dept/Human Services Tuition 13,119.05 Tanya’s Interpreting Services Sign Language Interpreter 5,586.00 Voyager Fleet Systems Fuel 449.27 Total Special Education 57,545.07 Post Secondary Fund 44 Interactive Advertising 39,475.14 A Ox Welding Supply Welding 456.88 A To Z Promotions Promotional Items 971.01 Advance Auto Parts Powerline/Oil, Filters 201.05 Aramark Rugs/Tech Center 728.18 Bailey Metal Fabricators Supplies 461.37 Basin Electric Monthly Lease 2,290.07 Beheler, John Eagle Feather Ceremony 600.00 Beyond Trust Corporation Support Software 1,691.36 Bierschbach Equipment Boom Lift Repairs 3,173.83 Big E Auto Truck repairs 604.20 Border States Electric Bare Tie Wire 3,870.44 Brookings Area CPR CTC Cards 1,197.00 Buhl’s Drycleaning Culinary Linens 150.55 Builders First Source Home Guard House Wrap 180.00 Cambria Suites Ldoging 69.00 CK Bicycles/Locks Keys 9.00 Cole Papers Key Switch Windsor 201.89 County Fair Snack Pack Return 2,220.63 Crazy Lady Consuling Consulting Services/April 3,337.00 Daily Republic Advertising 454.72 Dakota Data Shred Document Shredding 66.50 Dakota Supply Group Hct 119.45 Darrington Water Conditioning Salt 31.65 Davison Rural Water Water Usage 26.00 Deinert, Jessica Fingerprint/Background Check 43.25 Dell Marketing It Cares Act 8,331.95 Ditch Witch Undercon Chain 2,205.74 Division Of Motor Vehicles Lund Boat 20.00 ELO Prof LLC Foundation Fees 260.00 Farmers Alliance Forklift Fuel 4,077.85 Fastenal Company Hand Tap Plug 18.20 Fenski, Dezarae National Nurse Educator Summit 1,043.42 Florida State University College Student Wellbeing 1,396.00 Foreman Charter 725.00 Freeman, Paula Clinical Visits 157.00 Golden West Technologies Tele Answering Services 25.00 Graber, Michelle Cccc Registration 250.00 Grode-Hanks, Carol Bor/ Bote Meeting 55.00 Heckel Photography Travel/Setup 2,546.85 Highland Conference Center BOTE Social/Wine Glass Rental 18.75 Hillyard/Sioux Falls Custodial Supplies 7,007.73 Innovative Nonprofit Consulting Services 5,750.00 Innovative Office Solutions Double Door Tall Cabinet 9,538.09 Interstate Tire/Auto New Tires 1,109.00 James Valley Landscape Sprinkler Repairs 3,812.43 Jarding, Carena Baskets For Clinical Agency 13.31 JCL Solutions Clean By Peroxy 456.48 Jenzabar Project Management 92.50 Jimmy Johns Foundation Meeting 146.36 Johnson Controls CDL Boiler Repipe 13,016.06 Johnstone Supply Superheat Head 835.26 Jones Supplies Custodial Supplies 3,672.44 Jrcert Recognition Of Clinical Setting 750.00 Juhnke, Jason Hvac Conference 107.75 Koppers Utility & Industrial Class 4 Rea Poles 28,555.00 Kulm, Heather Fingerprint/Background Check 43.25 Larson, Lisa Mlt Framed Wood Sign 25.00 Lawson Products Hardware 430.86 Lindell, Aleta Sdla Speaker 490.71 Matheson Tri-Gas Welding/Nozzle/Valve 704.89 Mckesson Medical-Surgical Hemacytometer 711.37 Medialab Exam Simulator 420.00 Mega Wash Cdl Bay Rental 73.50 Menards Simple Green/Soap/Tire Valve 2,749.05 Mettler Implement Valve 33.99 Miedema Sanitation Trash Removal 1,230.04 Mirion Technologies Rad Therapy Instadose 50.00 Mitchell Chamber Of Commerce Mitchell Money 345.00 Motor Market Advertising 1,950.00 Muth Electric Installed Outlets 12,465.64 Nedved Media Advertising 2,774.50 North Central Seed Gold Star Tough Turf Mix 187.50 O’Reilly Auto Parts Diesel Power/Oil 120.77 Oes Industries Scada Parts 3,086.80 Office Advantage Printing Contract 2,729.03 Playposit Software 4,835.00 Ponderosa Rentals Storage Unit Rent/April 160.00 Popp, Nicole Sdasfaa Spring Conference 34.10 Premier Pest Control Pest Control 675.00 Proctor Free Hosting Fee Monthly/Proctored Exams 1,170.00 Puetz, Michael Meal Reimbursement 62.10 Riverside Industries Materials 4,545.00 Runnings Spray Paint 1,450.27 Hardware S & M Printing Programs 49.00 Saga Communications SD Advertising 296.00 Saga Communications FFA State Convention Advertising 600.00 Scott Supply Co Repairs 464.56 SD Electrical Commission License Renewal 480.00 SD Federal Property Agency Diesel Power 2,564.00 SD FIT Principal payments/Wind Tower 136,184.22 SD Skills USA State Leadership Conference 1,605.00 SD Trucking Association Membership Dues 250.00 Sdcte Dues/Registration 220.00 Shi International Azure Backup 83.00 Sisson Printing Business Cards 225.36 Sun Gold Sports Spirit Of Mtc Awards 786.00 Swenson Bros. Marine Supplies 209.65 Swett, Amya State FFA Convention 32.00 Tischler, Lisa Fingerprint/Background Check 43.25 Two Elks, Claude Speaker For Eagle Feather 500.00 Unisa Payment Center/Perkins Loan 431.14 US Bank Interest Payment/Wind Tower 47,437.50 US Dept/Veteran Affairs VA Refund 6,162.73 Vavra, Jenna Clinical Visit/Rapid City 43.00 Voyager Fleet Systems Fuel 7,577.76 Walmart Program Supplies 589.96 Wheelco Truck & Trailer Parts Battery Return 10.68 Xerox Financial Services Copiers Lease 1,004.48 Total Post Secondary Fund 410,026.00 MTC Enterprise Fund Aramark Culinary Laundry 1,103.16 Builders First Source House Materials 11,271.27 Cash-WA Distributing Food Supplies 5,179.82 Chesterman Company Culinary Supplies 1,238.00 County Fair Culinary 527.33 Daily Republic Advertising 1,831.50 Dakota Icf House Materials 9,258.14 Dakota Supply Group 4” Lights 252.66 Happy Hydros Fresh Food Product 31.36 Interstate Glass & Door House Materials 2,767.61 JC Construction House Sidewalk 10,713.21 Johnstone Supply House Materials 1232.68 Jones Supplies Culinary Supplies 1,646.82 Menards House Sanding Belts 679.95 Northwestern Energy House utilities 219.31 Patzer Woodworking House materials 2,670.63 Pella Windows And Doors House Sliding Doors 1,636.85 Performance Foodservice Food Supplies 2,018.37 Plumbing And Heating Wholesale House Galv Sheet Metal 1,263.20 Runnings House Adaptor 91.15 Sherwin Williams House materials 257.28 Walmart Program Supplies 215.40 Winsupply Of Sioux Falls House Return 856.43 Total MTC Enterprise Fund 55,962.13 MCTEA Academy A Ox Welding Supply Supplies 185.61 Advance Auto Parts Program Supplies 91.05 Builders First Source Program Supplies 774.02 Carquest Auto Parts Program O/M Supplies 296.98 Napa Central Program O/M Supplies 294.01 Runnings O&M/Program Supplies 14.97 Total MCTEA Academy 1,656.64 MTC Corporate Training Axsom,Kaden Welding Support 168.50 County Fair Ce Events 887.91 Elo Prof Corp Ed Fees 75.00 James River Special Education Slp Day Refund 29.00 Pepsi Mitchell Vending/Water 206.80 Peterson, Travis Corp Ed Training Reimbursement 11.00 Schroeder, Connie Mileage/Corp Ed 43.68 Subway Slp Day/Ce Events 656.65 Voyager Fleet Systems Fuel 28.58 Walmart Program Supplies 74.36 Whiskey Creek Woodfire Grill Ce Events 633.62 Total MTC Corporate Training Fund 2,815.10 Capital Projects-New Senior High School Meierhenry Sargent Bond Counsel Service 27,890.00 Puetz Design/Build Construction Meeting Fees 5,000.00 S & P Global Ratings Analytical Services 23,750.00 Schemmer Associates Professional Services 14,836.58 SDHEFA Credit Enhancement Program 10,000.00 US Bank Pay Agent Fee 1,200.00 Total Capital Projects Fund 82,676.58 Food Service Aramark Laundry Service 446.46 Chesterman Company Food Supplies 2,455.50 Darrington Water Conditioning Water Conditioning 366.37 East Side Jersey Dairy Food Supplies 17,028.49 Jones Supplies Custodial Supplies 3,536.78 Mealtime Software Annual Subscription 3,175.76 Pepsi Mitchell Vending/Water 1,587.75 Performance Foodservice Food Supplies 170,222.70 Porter Distributing Co. Juices 195.00 Total Food Service Fund 199,014.81 MTC Bookstore Fund Akademos Books 2,601.30 Excel Images Campus Store Spirit Apparel 106.63 Ihs Global Welding Books 2,912.47 Pepsi Mitchell Vending 210.33 Sun Gold Sports Campus Store Apparel 1,726.00 United Parcel Service Freight 144.00 Total MTC Bookstore Fund 7,700.73 Published once at the total approximate cost of $169.63 (May 18, 2022) 64088
Regular Meeting, Ethan Town Board, 5-9-2022 The Town of Ethan board met in regular session on May 9th, 2022, at 6:00 pm in the Ethan City Hall. Trustees present were Gregg Thibodeau, Bob Riggs, and Jason Koch. City personnel present: Dave Duba and Michele Pollreisz. Not present: Raquel Nesheim and Megan Perry 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: Approved on motion by Riggs, second by Koch. APPROVAL OF MINUTES: Minutes from the April 11thth, 2022 meeting were approved on motion by Koch, second by Riggs. No Community Center minutes. FINANCIAL REPORTS: Finance Officer reviewed the financial reports from April 2022. Discussed upcoming finance officer/budget classes. PUBLIC WORKS REPORT: Discussed water loss report. Discussed 4th and Elm Road repairs for later this Spring/Summer. Discussed fence topper for the ballfield. Approved to purchase on motion by Riggs, second by Koch. Discussed broken fridge in concession stand. Approved on motion by Koch, second by Riggs to assist with purchasing a new appliance. CITIZEN INPUT: Ammo Box owners present to discuss 4th of July Street Dance and putting curbing on the west side of their business. 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 $369.40, Finance wages $2223.94; Public Works wages, 2828.43: American Legal, ordinances $500.00: Badger Meter $129.25; Card Services, $978.43; Daily Republic, $39.82 ;ELO, Office chair $50.00: ELO, services $175.00 Ethan Trailriders, Community Grant $500.00: Hanson Rural Water; water services $3860.00: Menards, $312.45: Northwestern Energy, $1712.71: Century Business Products, copier lease $74.53; John Deere Financial, tractor payment $640.51; QuickBooks Payroll Services $5052.37; SD Dept of Health, testing $15.00: SD Dept of Revenue $115.06; SD Retirement, $741.48: US Bank, loan $6399.24: USDA, loan payment $1023.00: US Treasury, $1389.08: Weber Sanitation, $1696.00: . OLD BUSINESS: Nuisance Properties- Will be sending out notices for unlicensed vehicles. NEW BUSINESS: Thank you to Hohn’s Construction and Ethan Coop Lumber for the donation of labor and materials for repairs at the Ethan Community Center. Oath of Office- Jason Koch was sworn into Office to serve an additional 3-year term as a Board Trustee. Railroad Extension Project- CHS had members present, along with Ethan school to discuss this project. Tabled until next meeting and will be reaching out to further resources. Discussed Rental income being used for ECC bills. Building permits and Variance for Matt Tuttle and Jake Aragon approved on motion by Riggs, second by Koch. Citizen petition by Becky Bryant for Vacated Alley approved on motion by Riggs, second by Koch. ECC window was broken and fixed. Cameras will be installed. Executive Session: SDL 1-25-2 (1 & 4): None Next regular board meeting is scheduled for Monday, June 13th, 2022 at 6:00 pm. Motion by Koch, second by Riggs, to adjourn at 7:20 pm. __________________ Michele Pollreisz Finance Officer __________________ Gregg Thibodeau Chairman Published once at the approximate cost of $34.75. (May 18, 2022) 64084
This Document Prepared By: Deric C. Denning, Esq. MorganTheeler LLP P.O. Box 1025, 1718 North Sanborn Blvd. Mitchell, SD 57301 (605) 996-5588 PETITION TO THE HONORABLE MAYOR AND CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF ETHAN, SOUTH DAKOTA: The undersigned, being the owners of real property abutting the alley hereinafter described, hereby petition this governing body, to vacate said alley pursuant to the statutes in such cases made, and provided, particularly SDCL 9-45-7, et. seq., and the petitioners respectfully show and represent the following: 1. The subject alley to be vacated is as follows: Alley lying between Lots One (1) and Two (2) and Lots Eleven (11) and Twelve (12), all in Block Three (3), Joseph Scheich’s Addition to the Town of Ethan, Davison County, South Dakota. 2. Rebecca K. Bryant owns 213 N pt Street, Ethan, South Dakota 57334, more particularly described as follows, to-wit: Lots One (1) and Two (2), Block Three (3), Joseph Scheich’s Addition to the Town of Ethan, Davison County, South Dakota. 3. Jeremy R. Hauk owns 205 N 1st Street, Ethan, South Dakota 57334, more particularly described as follows, to-wit: Lots Eleven (11) and Twelve (12), Block Three (3), Joseph Scheich’s Addition to the Town, of Ethan, Davison County, South Dakota. 4. The alley sought to be vacated is no longer used as an alley and has no outlet due to the previous vacating of other parts of the alley to Ethan Co-op Lumber. 5. The above properties constitute all of the land adjoining the portion of the alley sought to be vacated. 6. Petitioners understand that the City of Ethan is represented by the law firm of MorganTheeler LLP and that MorganTheeler LLP has simply been employed to act as scrivener in the drafting of the legal documents required to necessitate this transaction. Petitioners have not sought legal advice from the law firm of MorganTheeler LLP, nor has MorganTheeler LLP offered any such legal advice during this transaction and waives any conflict of interest that may exist or appear to exist. 7. This Petition may be executed in separate counterparts, all of which executed counterparts shall constitute one complete document. 8. The exchange of copies of this Petition and of signature pages by facsini”ile transmission or by electronic transmission in PDF format shall constitute effective execution and delivery of this Petition as to the parties and may be used in lieu of the original Petition for all purposes. Signatures of the parties transmitted by facsimile transmission or by electronic transmission in PDF format shall be deemed to be their original signatures for all purposes. At the request of any party, any facsimile or electronic document shall be re-executed in original form by the parties who executed the facsimile or electronic document. WHEREFORE, Petitioners respectfully pray that the governing body order this Petition to be filed with the City Auditor, and direct that notice of the time and place when the Petition will be .considered be given by publication once each week for two successive weeks; and that upon said hearing, the governing body adopt a resolution vacating the alley set forth in this Petition pursuant to SDCL 9-45-7 et seq. Dated this 5th day of May, 2022. /s/ Rebecca K. Bryant /s/ Jeremy R. Hauk STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA SS COUNTY OF DAVISON Jeremy R. Hauk, being first duly sworn on oath, deposes and says that he is one of the Petitioners who signed the foregoing Petition; that he has read the above and foregoing Petition and knows the contents thereoC and that the same are true to his own knowledge and belief /s/ Jeremy R. Hauk Subscribed and sworn to before me this 9th day of May, 2022. /s/ Katelin Friend Notary Public My Commission Expires: 06/25/22 STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA SS COUNTY OF DAVISON Rebecca K. Bryant, being first duly sworn on oath, deposes and says that she is one of the Petitioners who signed the foregoing Petition; that she has read the above and foregoing Petition and knows the contents thereof, and that the same are true to her own knowledge and belief /s/ Rebecca K. Bryant Subscribed and sworn to before me this 5th day of May, 2022. /s/ Michele Pollreisz Notary Public My Commission Expires: September 27th, 2027 Published twice at the total approximate cost of $84.27 (May 18 & 25, 2022) 63615
STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA COUNTY OF DAVISON IN CIRCUIT COURT FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 17CIV22-0000 51 In the Matter of the Application of Shawn Lee Jerke and Lori Ann Jerke for the Change of Name of, A. M. D. ORDER AND NOTICE OF HEARING FOR AFFIDAVIT AND PETITION FOR CHANGE OF NAME (Published) An Affidavit and Petition for Change of Name, pursuant to SDCL 21-37, having been filed by Shawn and Lori Jerke, Guardians of the minor child, requesting that the minor child’s name be changed from A. M. D. to A. M. A. J.; now, therefore IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that a hearing shall be had on said Affidavit and Petition by this Court on the 14th day of June, 2022, at the hour of 10:30 a.m. on said date, at the Davison County Courthouse, located in Mitchell, South Dakota, and that notice of said hearing be given by publishing the Notice of Hearing in the Mitchell Republic, a legal newspaper published in the County of Petitioners’ residence for (4) successive weeks prior to the time set for such hearing. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that such notice shall be deemed good, sufficient and legal notice of said hearing. BY THE COURT: Date: 5/3/2022 /s/ Patrick T. Smith Hon. Patrick T. Smith, Circuit Judge First Judicial Circuit, Davison County Attest: Darien Cass Clerk/Deputy Published four times at the total approximate cost of $57.88 (May 11, 18 & 25; June 1, 2022) 61834
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Notice of Hearing for Fiscal Year 2022-2023 Budget Notice is hereby given that the James Valley Education Cooperative will conduct a public hearing at MCTEA-room 113, 821 N Capital Steet, Mitchell SD at 10:00 AM on June 1, 2022. The purpose will be to consider the budget for JVEC programs for the fiscal year 2022-2023. Steve Culhane, Business Manager Description JVEC Support Services Psychological Services 69,233 Physical Therapy 107,104 Occupational Therapy 155,055 Other Support Services-Administration 188,259 Total Support Services 519,601 Means of Finance, Revenue from Local Sources Member LEAs, Local Sources 519,601 Published 1 times(s) at the total approximate cost of $38.25. (May 14, 2022) 63921
Ethan School Board Regular Board Meeting Minutes May 9th, 2022 The Ethan School board met in regular session at the Ethan School in Ethan SD, on May 9th, 2022. Vice President M. Klumb called the meeting to order at 6:02 p.m. with the following members present: P. Vogel, N. Bainbridge, S. Jerke, Supt. T. Hawkins, and Bus. Mgr. M. Beyer. J. Clendening were absent. Visitors present were Marty Royston. The meeting began with Klumb leading all with the Pledge of Allegiance. M. Klumb recused herself from voting in regard to the new 4th Grade Teacher under the Conflict of Interest Disclosers. Adopt Agenda Motion by Jerke 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 make correction on March 14th, minutes. Replace Klumb to Vogel with seconded to approve the new Technology Coordinator. Motion by Bainbridge and seconded by Jerke to approve the minutes of April 4th, 2022 special meeting, April 11th, 2022 regular meeting, and April 25th, 2022 special meeting. Motion carried with all members present voting aye. Approve Bills Motion by Jerke and seconded by Vogel to approve the following bills. Motion carried with all members present voting aye. General – Eric Aisenbrey , Reimburse for Supplies, $9.12; Andes Central, Golf Classic, $100.00; Mary Beyer, Mileage Reimburse, $184.90; BIO Corporation, Science Supplies, $416.96; City of Ethan, Water, $639.30; Ryanna Clauson, Reimburse for Supplies, $29.80; Cole Papers, Maintenance Supplies, $651.25; Core Educational, Online Courses, $250.00; Dust-Tex, Supplies, $292.62; EMC Insurance, Auto Policy, $294.00; Ethan Booster, Gym Clean Up, $950.00; Ethan Fire Dept, CPR Training, $500.00; Ethan School, Golf Meets, $322.00; Rylan Gerlach, Reimburse Golf Membership, $90.00; Innovative Office, Supplies, $129.84; Forum Communications, Minutes, $96.37; Janitors Closet, Supplies, $94.95; Josten’s, Diplomas, $15.20; Jen Klumb, Reimburse Supplies, $72.42; Dave Lehr, April Tech Support, $235.00; Menards, Supplies, $220.08; Mike’s Corner, Fuel, $3,380.57; Brian Nesheim, Snow Removal, $420.00; Northwestern Energy, Utilities, $4,405.13; Santel, Telephone, $239.93; SASD, Registration Fee, $200.00; Scholastic, Books, $93.00; Scotland, Principals Conference, $150.00; SDHSAA, Rule Book, $87.00; Sun Gold, Awards, $80.00; Taylor Music; Pieces, $96.14; Sue Tilberg, Reimburse Supplies, $11.25; Weber Sanitation, Pickups, $450.00. Fund Total: $15,206.83. General Automatic Payments – Visa, Supplies/Books/Conference, $2,352.38; Capital Outlay –A&B Business, Copier, $1,689.54. Fund Total $1,689.54. Special Education – ABAeCARE, Consultation, $921.19; Career Connections, Monitoring, $21.48; Children’s Care Hospital, Patheways, $4,554.00; ISI, LLC, Interpreter, $307.20; GoodCare, PT/OT, $5,142.00; SD Department of Human Services, Benchmark, $1,503.65. Fund total: $12,459.52. Food Service Fund – Bimbo Bakeries, Food Purchases, $293.57; Cash-Wa, Food Purchases, $2,893.10; County Fair, Food Purchases, $408.32; Cole Papers, Lunch Supplies, $744.08, Josh Franks, Supplies, $250.92; Tim Hawkins, Food Purchases,36.36; Diane Nesheim, Reimburse Food Supplies, $80.11; Prairie Farms, Food Purchases, $895.64. Fund Total: $5,602.10. Trust & Agency Fund – Eric Aisenbrey, MBA Gift, $130.61; Kristi Anderson, MBA Gift, $467.64; Rick Herrold, Cow Patty Bingo, $568.00, National FFA, Jackets, $1384.50; Avesis Third Party, HI Reimbursement, $12.88; Bon Homme FFA, Meal Tickets, $90.00; Burke School, Golf Invitational, $40.00; Dakota Recognition, Honor Cords, $170.15; Delta Dental, HI Reimbursement, $62.34; Ethan School, Supplies, $906.20; McKenzie Frerichs, Student Council Supplies/Fuel, $140.00; Washington Pavilion, Field Trip, $140.00; Fox Run Golf, Golf Meet, $72.00; Irene-Wakonda, Golf Meet, $8.00; Avon School, Golf Meet, $20.00; Karen Jarding, MBA Gift/Reimburse Senior Supplies, $574.35; National FFA, Jackets, $480.00; Scotland, Golf Meet, $20.00; Burke School, Golf Meet, $40.00; Jen Klumb, Reimburse Bike Rodeo, $30.32; National FFA, Supplies, $540.25; Susan Roudabush, Reimburse Gift Cards, $50.00; Avon School, Golf Meet, $20.00; Corsica-Stickney, Golf, $20.00, Platte Geddes, Golf Meet, $20.00; Scotland, Golf Meet, $20.00; Sun Gold, Mental Health T-Shirts, $391.92 Approve Financial Reports Motion by Jerke and seconded by Bainbridge to approve the financial reports as presented. Motion carried with all members present voting aye. Motion by Vogel and seconded by Bainbridge to approve the Special Education Comprehensive Plan. Motion carried with all members present voting aye. The Ethan School Board Election was held on April 12, 2022. The number of registered voters of the school district who voted in the election was 61. The percentage of registered voters of the school district who voted in the election was 11%. Shawn Jerke received 43 votes, Paula received 33 votes, Marty Royston received 33 votes. Shawn Jerke will fill the one position on the school board for a three-year term each. Motion by Jerke and seconded by Bainbridge accepting the canvassing of the election results from the school board election, the certify the vote to the business manager. Motion carried with all members present voting aye. The Business manager shall notify the candidates if no request for recount is made in writing to the business manager within five days, the winner shall be determined by drawing of lots. Motion by Vogel and seconded by Bainbridge to approve teacher contracts. Motion carried with all members present voting aye. Motion by Bainbridge and seconded by Jerke to approve classified staff contracts. Motion carried with all members present voting aye. Motion by Vogel and seconded by Bainbridge to approve Kendra Erickson at $44,300.00, as 4th grade teacher. Motion carried with all members present voting aye. Motion by Vogel and seconded by Bainbridge to approve Shantel Schrank at $15.00/hour, as Paraprofessional. Motion carried with all members present voting aye. Motion by Vogel and seconded by Bainbridge to approve Nicole Weber at $15.00/hour, as Paraprofessional. Motion carried with all members present voting aye. Motion by Bainbridge and seconded by Jerke to approve Brody Riggs & Ryder Clendening, rate of $11.00/hour, as summer student custodial help. Motion carried with all members present voting aye. Motion by Jerke and seconded by Bainbridge to vote for Dr. Jeff Danielsen, Watertown, Division II Superintendent Representative under SDHSAA Board of Directors. Motion carried with all members present voting aye. Motion by Vogel and seconded by Bainbridge to vote Yes on all amendments listed; Amendment #1 Application for Membership; Amendment #2 Dues, Amendment #3 No Child Left Behind removal of verbiage, Amendment #4 Verbiage of Eligibility of students, Amendment #5 Level Three: Board of Directors, Amendment #6 Alternative Instruction Students for SDHSAA Board of Directors. Motion carried with all members present voting aye. Motion by Vogel and seconded by Bainbridge to vote No on Amendment #7 classification by enrollment to change to a formula on Free and Reduced applications under SDHSAA Board of Directors. Motion carried with all members present voting aye. Motion by Vogel and seconded by Bainbridge to approve 2022-2023 Preliminary Budget. Motion carried with all members present voting aye. Motion by Jerke and seconded by Bainbridge to adjourn at 6:57 p.m. Motion carried with all members present voting aye. The regular meeting will be Monday, June 13th, 2022, at 7:00PM. Published once at the cost of $81.78 (May 14, 2022) 63248