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July 19, 2022 CALL TO ORDER Chairperson

July 19, 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 Weitala to approve the agenda for the July 19, 2022, meeting. All members voted aye. Motion carried. APPROVE MINUTES Motion by Claggett, second by Kiner to approve the minutes of the July 12, 2022, meeting. All members voted aye. Motion carried. CONTINUE 2023 BUDGET REVIEW The commissioners continued reviewing 2023 budget requests. APPROVE PURCHASE At the request of Highway Superintendent Weinberg, motion by Claggett, second by Kiner to approve the purchase and installation of a gas fuel pump from Dockendorf Equipment Co. Inc. at a cost of $9,000.00 which includes a one-year warranty. All members voted aye. Motion carried. ADOPT BRIDGE POSTING RESOLUTION Motion by Claggett, second by Weitala to adopt the following resolution to authorize posting of a bridge. A roll call vote was taken as follows. Claggett – aye, Weitala – aye, Reider – aye, Kiner – aye, Bode – aye. Motion carried. Davison County Resolution #071922-01 Posting Bridge Weight Limits Whereas, SDCL 32-22-47 provides that the Davison County Board of Commissioners may determine and post signage specifying the maximum weight of any vehicle, laden or unladen, which may enter upon or cross any bridge within its borders: and Whereas, the Davison County Board of Commissioners has secured the services of a State approved engineer, Civil Design, Inc., to determine the maximum weight each such bridge can safely support; and Whereas, the Davison County Board of Commissioners has recommendations of said engineer and has reviewed its contents and is satisfied that the findings therein are accurate and that it is necessary for the protection of both the bridges within Davison County and travelers in Davison County that lesser weight limits than the legal weight maximums provided for in SDCL 32-22-16 be posted for certain bridges; and Whereas, the Davison County Board of Commissioners has identified the effected bridges and has prior to the date of this resolution caused to be posted signage containing weight restrictions for each in accordance with SDCL 32-22-47 without taking formal action and that as of the date of this resolution the signage at each and every effected bridge in Davison County is an accurate and true reflection of the recommended maximum weight restriction for each bridge as determined by the State approved engineer; Now, therefore be it resolved that, as completely appears with location, identification number, and load limit of said bridge by recommendation of Civil Design, Inc., attached hereto as Exhibit “A” and made a part hereof by this reference, the Davison County Commission hereby sets the posted maximum weights as contained in Exhibit “A” and reflected on the current signage of each and every bridge in Davison County so posted as the weight restrictions of each, and such maximum weight limitations shall continue to be signed by a conspicuous sign specifying in large numerals, the maximum weight of any vehicle, laden or unladen, which may enter upon or cross over such bridge in accordance with SDCL 32-22-47, and all current signs at each bridge in Davison County are specifically approved for that purpose. Dated this 19th day of July, 2022. __________________ Brenda Bode, Chairperson ATTEST: __________________ Susan Kiepke, Auditor APPROVE REAPPRAISAL AGREEMENT At the request of DOE Love, motion by Reider, second by Kiner to authorize chairperson to sign a reappraisal agreement with Vanguard Appraisals, Inc. for the following properties: Prairie Ethanol, LLC, Farmers Union Industries, LLC, Blue Stem Family Farms, LLC and Jackrabbit Family Farms. All members voted aye. Motion carried. INTO EXECUTIVE SESSION At 10:52 a.m., motion by Kiner, second by Claggett to move into executive session to discuss personnel as per SDCL 1-25-2, as requested by Chairperson Bode. All members voted aye. Motion carried. OUT OF EXECUTIVE SESSION At 11:07 p.m., motion by Kiner, second by Claggett to move out of executive session. All members voted aye. Motion carried. CONTINUE 2023 BUDGET REVIEW The commissioners continued reviewing 2023 budget requests. MACC/MADC/MCVB QUARTERLY REPORT Geri Beck, CEO of MACC and MADC and David Lambert, Regional Development Director appeared before the Board to present the 2nd quarterly report for MACC, MADC and MCVB. The full report may be found on file in the Davison County Auditor’s Office. APPROVE BILLS Motion by Weitala, second by Claggett to approve the following bills for payment. All members voted aye. Motion carried. GENERAL FUND: COMM: Publishing/Daily Republic Forum Comm-170.46; ELECT: Publishing/Daily Republic Forum Comm-6.99; JUD: Prof Fees/Carol Johnson-15.20, Law Library/West Payment Center-109.50; AUD: Supplies/West Payment Center-255.95; TREAS: Mainframe Support/Bruce Mastel-35.00; STATES ATTY: Diversion Service & Fees/First Bankcard-278.95, Arrowwood Resort-77.00, Catherine Buschbach-115.74, Glory House-340.00, Med Prof Fees/Avera QoP Health Services -1,476.00, State of SD Public Health Lab-560.00, Repairs & Maint/Dakota Data Shred-51.70, Books/West Payment Center-255.95; CRT APPTED ATTY: Crt Appted Atty/Larson & Nipe-2,335.65; PUB SFTY BLDG: Repairs/Runnings Supply-61.88; CRTHOUSE: Supplies/Jones Supplies-109.50, Buildings/Golden West-2,519.42; DOE: Supplies/Innovative Office-825.19, Menards-101.26, Trvl & Conf/Blake Biggerstaff-160.00, Karla Love-160.00, Jared Olsen-160.00; N. OFC: Repairs/Menards-19.98, Runnings Supply-32.40; CO COORD: Postage/Qualified Presort-306.60, Postage Meter Fees/Qualified Presort-123.52, Copy Machine Maint/Century Business Products-163.39; SHERIFF: Office Supplies/West Payment Center-255.95, Cellular Service/Verizon Wireless-564.00; JAIL: Medicine/Avera QoP Hosp-738.12, Mitchell Clinic-509.78, Jail Supplies/Charm-Tex Inc-698.40, Kitchen Supplies/Jones Supplies-434.93, Prisoner Food/Summit Food Service-5,521.70, Travel/Avera QoP Hosp-32.30, Inmate Services/Swanson Services Corp-6.08; CORONER: Coroner Fees/Bart Fredericksen Bittner Funeral Chapel-1,240.00; WELFARE: Supplies/Qualified Presort-7.50, Funerals/Will Funeral Chapel-2,500.00; MENTAL HAND: Handicapped Dakotabilities/Dakotabilities-360.00; MENTAL ILL: Committals/Patrick W Kiner-303.00, Douglas Papendick-101.00, Hearings/Lewis & Clark BHS-184.00; FAIR: Repairs & Maint/Menards-117.88, Water & Sewer/Davison Rural Water-122.50, Phones/Verizon Wireless-41.99; CO EXTENSION: Postage/Qualified Presort-21.40, Utilities/CenturyLink-27.26; SOIL CONS: Prof Fee/Davison County Soil Conservation Dist-6,250.00; WEED: Repairs/Carquest of Mitchell-11.97, Runnings Supply-84.95, Supplies/Heartland Ag Systems-218.69, Runnings Supply-164.98, Utilities/Verizon Wireless-41.99; P&Z: Publishing/Daily Republic Forum Comm-69.61; HIWAY: Repairs & Maint/Auto Body Specialties-106.04, Bailey Metal-762.28, Carquest of Mitchell-555.75, Graham Tire Co-841.26, Little Falls Machine-1,090.19, Mitchell Iron & Supply-379.25, Mueller Lumber Co-51.33, Runnings Supply-175.78, Scott Supply-927.03, Sturdevant's Auto Parts-33.82, Thune's True Value-1.63, Trail King Industries-189.65, Wheelco Truck & Trailer-503.67, Supplies & Materials/A-Ox Welding Supply Co-1,023.93, Access Systems-54.20, Aramark-187.58, Auto Body Specialties-263.83, Carquest of Mitchell-761.92, Cubby's Inc-18.97, Dept of Revenue-342.40, Dockendorf Equipment-556.12, Fastenal Co-291.16, TrueNorth Steel-318.60, Gerald Koch-15.98, Mitchell Iron & Supply-391.25, Mueller Lumber Co-49.99, Runnings Supply-385.52, Thune's True Value-51.87, Wheelco Truck & Trailer-50.48, Gas & Fuel/Cubby's Inc-81.66, Utilities/City of Mt. Vernon-92.00, Verizon Wireless-83.98, Miedema Sanitation-88.00, Projects/Civil Design Inc-21,671.49, Runnings Supply-1,501.60; EMG MGMT: Supplies/Menards-24.95, Utilities/CenturyLink-13.63, Northwestern Energy-47.50, Verizon Wireless-30.06, EM ACCUML/Verizon Wireless-117.82; JAIL 247: Supplies/PKT-1,350.00; 911: Communications/City of Mitchell Police Dept-16,327.49. ADJOURN At 12:02 p.m., Chairperson Bode adjourned the meeting and set the next regular Board of Commissioners meeting for July 26, 2022, at 9:00 a.m. ATTEST ______________________ Susan Kiepke, Auditor ______________________ Brenda Bode, Chairperson