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REGULAR MEETING OF THE CITY COUNCIL COUNCIL CHAMBERS, CITY HALL MITCHELL, SOUTH DAKOTA December 19, 2022 6:00 P.M. PRESENT: Dan Allen, Marty Barington, John Doescher, Kevin McCardle, Steve Rice, Dan Sabers, Jeffrey Smith, Susan Tjarks ABSENT: PRESIDING: Mayor Bob Everson AGENDA: Moved by Allen, seconded by Rice, to approve the following items on the consent agenda: a. City Council Minutes 1. City Council December 5, 2022. b. Committee Reports 1. Planning Commission November 28, 2022 and 2. Community Services Board December 8, 2022. c. Department Reports 1. Sales Tax Collections and Update (November), 2. Finance (November), 3. Building Permits (November), 4. Police (November), 5. Fire/EMS (November), 6. Code Enforcement (November), 7. Palace Transit (October) 8. Water (November), and 9. Airport (November). d. Amendments to the 2023 City Personnel and Procedures Manual e. 2023 Vehicle for Hire Company Application 1. Speedy Taxi f. Automatic Supplement to General Fund-Police in the amount of $2,000.00 from grant funds. g. Automatic Supplement to Parks-Sports Complex in the amount of $323.77 from a donation. h. Automatic Supplement to Community Services-Palace Transit in the amount of $10,950.00 from grant funds. i. Raffle Permits 1. Lifequest-Dancing for Dreams with the drawing to be held on March 24, 2023 and 2. Mitchell Lions Club with the drawing to be held on April 22, 2023. j. Declare surplus 2012 Horton Ambulance for trade-in. k. Change Order #2 for 9th and 5th Avenue Project #2021-07 decreasing the contract amount by $31,937.27 to Menning Excavating, adjust contract amount to $2,677,673.94. l. Set Date of January 3, 2023 for hearing 1. On the application of the Corn Palace Shrine Club for a Special Event Liquor License located at the Masonic Hall for January 7, 2023 for a Corn Hole Tournament and 2. On the application to transfer RL-5757 Retail (on-sale) Liquor License from Austen LLC dba Corn Palace Inn, 1001 South Burr Street to HiWings LLC, 40580 250th Street. m. Pay Estimates December 19, 2022 Pay Estimate #9-Final in the amount of $234,829.24 for East Central Drainage Phase II #2019-39 contracted to First Rate Excavation, Pay Estimate #2 in the amount of $15,000.00 for East Central Drainage-Admin #2019-39 contracted to Planning and Development District III, Pay Estimate #12 in the amount of $24,219.00 for Sunnyside/University Storm Water Study #2020-08 contracted to McLaury Engineering, Pay Estimate #17 in the amount of $492.50 for Foster Street Bridge #2021-02 contracted to Brosz Engineering, Pay Estimate #9 in the amount of $3,662.00 for Concrete Bid-Schedule A #2021-04 contracted to Top Grade Concrete, Pay Estimate #7 in the amount of $5,597.50 for 9th & 5th Reconstruction #2021-07 contracted to Brosz Engineering, Pay Estimate #18 in the amount of $1,037.50 for 9th & 5th Reconstruction #2021-07 contracted to McLaury Engineering, Pay Estimate #6 in the amount of $94,627.08 for 9th & 5th Reconstruction #2021-07 contracted to Menning Excavating, Pay Estimate #21 in the amount of $45,333.69 for Landfill Cell #4 Construction #2021-08 contracted to Helms & Associates, Pay Estimate #2-7 in the amount of $22,227.31 for Lake Mitchell-Phase II #2021-20 contracted to Barr Engineering, Pay Estimate #21 in the amount of $46,139.72 for North Wastewater Improvements #2021-31 contracted to HDR Engineering, Pay Estimate #6 in the amount of $723,683.45 for North Wastewater Improvements #2021-31 contracted to PKG Contracting, Pay Estimate #4 in the amount of $5,880.00 for Water & Wastewater Fee Analysis #2022-22 contracted to HDR Engineering, Pay Estimate #2 in the amount of $29,541.00 for 3rd & Main Streetscape #2022-26 contracted to McLaury Engineering, Pay Estimate #5 in the amount of $1,386.00 for Old Landfill Monitoring #2022-28 contracted to GeoTek Engineering, Pay Estimate #6 in the amount of $2,275.00 for New Landfill Monitoring #2022-29 contracted to GeoTek Engineering, and Pay Estimate #1 in the amount of $8,917.50 for Jetty & Marina Bike Trail #2023-03 contracted to Brosz Engineering. n. Approve Bills, Payroll, Salary Adjustments and New Employee Hires and Authorize Payment of Recurring and other expenses in advance as approved by the Finance Officer. PAYROLL NOVEMBER 27, 2022 – DECEMBER 10, 2022: City Council $3,411.04, Mayor $1,474.35, City Administrator $5,536.92, Administrative Boards $2,060.88, Attorney $4,601.23, Finance $12,745.46, Human Resources $3,710.93, Municipal Building $3,139.60, Information Technology $2,844.80, Police $70,857.38, Traffic $4,454.37, Fire $33,652.00, Street $30,265.23, Public Works $17,488.28, Cemetery $5,514.72, Animal Control $489.02, Library $16,701.33, Recreation & Aquatics $6,661.71, Recreation Center $14,926.05, Sports Complexes $10,885.16, Parks $12,038.88, Supervision $5,666.66, E911 $19,511.28, MVP $499.67, Palace Transit $27,392.23, JVCC $1,397.16, Nutrition $3,981.51, Water Distribution $12,471.20, Sewer $15,836.24, Airport $3,505.15, Recycling Program $6,411.14, Waste Collection $6,906.18, Landfill $9,697.29, Corn Palace $18,215.20, Golf Course $3,427.94, Emergency Medical Services $29,542.23. NEW HIRES: CORN PALACE: Kassedy Knippling-$9.95, Brayden Reindl-$9.95. Brenden Wantoch-$10.45 SPORTS COMPLEXES: Hudson Haley-$9.95 SALARY ADJUSTMENTS: AIRPORT: Michael Scherschlight-$33.826 CORN PALACE: Gary Walton-$24.239 PALACE TRANSIT: Chad Mowry-$19.394 POLICE: Seth VanDen Hoek-$26.409 STREET: Jeffrey Hurt-$25.152 WARRANTS: 3D Security, Monitoring-$600.00; A&B Business Solutions, Contract-$4,087.28; A-Ox Welding Supply, Supplies-$164.18; AAA Lawn Care and Maintenance, Maintenance-$650.00; Adamo Properties, Improvements-$3,140.70; AFLAC, AFLAC Withholding-$10,156.82; Aflac Group, Critical Care-$551.70; AFSCME Council 65, Union Dues-$511.51; Amazon Capital Services, Supplies-$1,452.62; American Garage Door, Supplies-$300.00; Aramark, Supplies-$244.10; AT&T Mobility, Utilities-$657.68; AT&T Mobility, Utilities-$1,373.51; ATV Holdings, LLC dba Mitchell Telecom, Utilities-$5,639.99; Avera Occupational Medicine, Screenings-$5,325.00; B-Y Water District, Utilities-$48,831.00; Baker & Taylor, Books-$286.43; Barr Engineering, 2021-20 P.E. #PH2-7-$22,227.31; Beacon Athletics, Supplies-$607.00; Ben Vanden Hoek, Travel-$209.84; Bender’s Sewer Cleaning, Maintenance-$3,190.00; Big Daddy D’s, Contract Services-$1,908.20; Blackstone Publishing, Audiobooks-$93.55; Bound Tree Medical, Supplies-$214.90; Brad Buysse, Reimbursement-$121.76; Brosz Engineering, 2021-2 P.E. #17-$15,007.50; Buhl’s Drycleaners & Linen, Service-$65.00; Butler Machinery, Supplies-$13,502.88; C&B Operations, Supplies-$1,250.66; Cadwell Sanford Deibert & Garry, Estate-$3,957.75; Cengage Learning Inc/Gale, Books-$490.23; Central Electric, Monthly Service-$7,602.08; Century Link, Utilities-$57.36; CHS Farmers Alliance, Supplies-$5,661.35; Cindy Roth, Reimbursement-$235.34; City of Mitchell, Utilities-$17,820.70; City of Mitchell, Golf Course Deductions-$1,625.72; City of Mitchell, Recreation Deductions-$2,065.40; City of Mitchell, Bid Tax-$6.00; Climate Systems, Repair-$4,996.65; Coborns, Contract Services-$504.00; Commercial Asphalt/Spencer, Supplies-$13,052.99; Core & Main, Repairs-$783.49; Core-Mark Midcontinent, Supplies-$1,780.98; Corporate Translation Service, Translation Service-$8.83; County Fair, Contract Services-$766.50; Culligan Water Mitchell, Professional Service-$50.00; Dakota Supply Group, Supplies-$441.61; Darleen Higgins, Refund-$60.00; Darrington Water Conditioning, Rental-$80.45; David Sarne, Reimbursement-$109.99; Davison Rural Water Systems, Utilities-$82.50; Dean Knippling, Travel-$230.00; Delta Dental Plan of South Dakota, Dental Insurance-$14,524.62; Department of Agriculture, Solid Waste Surcharge-$2,454.62; Department of Social Services, Child Support-$602.30; Dice Benefits Consulting, Administration Fees-$501.00; Diesel Laptops, Supplies-$2,276.86; Direct Digital Control, Repairs-$187.50; Eurofins Environment Testing, Labs-$2,149.00; Fedex, Postage-$17.33; First Rate Excavate, 2019-39 P.E. #9 Final-$234,829.24; Gaylen’s Gourmet Popcorn, Supplies-$909.60; Geotek Engineering, 2022-28 P.E. #5-$3,661.00; Grainger, Supplies-$190.20; Harlow’s Bus Sales, Supplies-$750.07; Hawkins, Chemicals-$623.50; HDR Engineering, 2021-31 P.E. #21-$52,019.72; Helms and Associates, 2021-8 P.E. #21-$45,333.69; Henry Schein, Supplies-$92.70; Houston Engineering, Improvements-$668.00; ICAN, Advertising-$750.00; Ingram Library Services, Books-$738.75; Innovative Office Solution, Supplies-$128.09; Interstate Glass & Door, Repairs-$859.23; Interstate Office Products, Supplies-$49.26; Iverson Chrysler Center, Rental-$69.95; Jason Dicus, Reimbursement-$53.10; JD Concrete Products, Supplies-$432.00; Jeff Hurt, Reimbursement-$179.95; John Hegg, Reimbursement-$45.97; Jones Supplies, Supplies-$852.45; Kevin Roth, Supplies-$78.75; Krohmer Plumbing, Maintenance-$693.52; L.O. Imijri, Supplies-$145.00; Lakeview Veterinary Clinic, Service Dog-$1,202.18; Larry’s I-90 Service, Supplies-$1,083.32; Lawson Products, Supplies-$904.47; Lookout Books, Books-$223.57; M&T Fire and Safety, Supplies-$690.00; Make it Mine Designs, Uniforms-$817.66; McLaury Engineering, 2020-8 P.E. #2-$54,797.50; McLeod’s Printing, Supplies-$279.42; Mega Wash, Car Wash-$10.00; Menard’s, Supplies-$2,354.78; Menning Excavating, 2021-7 P.E. #6-$94,627.08; Michael Todd & Company, Supplies-$93.86; Michaels Fence & Supply, Supplies-$287.28; Microsoft, Online Services-$910.00; Mid States Audio, Supplies-$2,003.35; Midcontinent Communication, Advertising-$1,580.00; Midwest Fire & Safety, Inspection-$323.50; Midwest Laboratories, Lake Testing-$173.00; Midwest Oil, Supplies-$674.25; Miner County Auditor, Alcohol Compliance-$74.79; Miscellaneous Vendor, Bryant, George Refund-$185.57; Mitchell Concrete Product, Supplies-$2,362.50; Mitchell Convention & Visitors Bureau, 2022 Funding-December-$21,200.00; Mitchell Iron & Supply, Supplies-$80.99; Mitchell Main Street and Beyond, 5th & Main Streetscape-$9,900.00; Mitchell School District, Utilities-$1,750.56; Mitchell United Way, United Way Deductions-$259.50; Mount Vernon School District, Contract Services-$143.25; Mueller Lumber, Maintenance-$1,803.43; N-Able Solutions, Backup & Recovery-$235.49; Napa Central, Supplies-$88.89; Nate Hegg, Reimbursement-$350.00; Nathan Whartman, Water Hookup Fee Returned-$50.00; Northwestern Energy, Utilities-$58,460.41; Northwestern Energy, Improvements-$2,697.13; O’Reilly Automotive, Supplies-$72.56; One Source the Background, Background Checks-$357.00; Overdrive, Ebooks-$1,489.94; Overtime, Contract Services-$2,516.00; Paulson Sheet Metal, Maintenance-$183.75; PDG Creative, Card Printing-$587.00; Penworthy, Books-$1,031.28; Pkg Contracting, 2021-31 P.E. #6-$723,683.45; Planning & Development District III, 2019-39 P.E. #2-$15,000.00; Premier Pest Control, Pest Control-$425.00; Pro-Tech Sales, Supplies-$8,552.75; Qualified Presort, Postage-$287.90; R&R Specialties, Supplies-$327.00; Rosenbauer Motors, Repairs-$236.26; Rosenbauer South Dakota, Repairs-$1,406.06; Runnings Supply, Supplies-$2,120.96; S&M Printing, Supplies-$113.00; Saga Communications of South Dakota, Advertising-$636.00; Sanford USD Medical Center, Travel-$4,900.00; Santel Communications, Utilities-$106.16; Schoenfelder Portables, Rentals-$300.00; Scott Supply, Supplies-$218.65; South Dakota Newspaper Services, Advertising-$363.28; South Dakota Redbook Fund, Subscription-$299.05; South Dakota Retirement System, Retirement Contributions-$53,176.34; South Dakota Supplemental Retirement, Supplemental Retirement-$3,574.80; South Dakota Supplemental Roth 457, Roth 457 Contributions-$1,158.50; Shirley Bender, Refund-$60.00; Sign Pro, Supplies-$117.00; Siteone Landscape Supply, Supplies-$931.58; Smart Apple Media, Books-$143.73; South Dakota 811, Message Fees-$151.20; Stan Houston Equipment, Supplies-$2,875.00; Standard Insurance, Life Insurance-$2,500.22; Staples, Supplies-$462.47; Stryker Sales, Supplies-$454.75; Sturdevants Auto Value Mitchell, Supplies-$1,595.18; Subway, Meals-$39.95; Summit Safety, LLC dba Hivis Supply, Supplies-$1,310.51; Sun Gold Sports, Supplies-$315.00; Tessier’s, Supplies-$317.20; The Dugout, Contract Services-$918.00; Thomas L Price, Evaluations-$2,400.00; Thomson Reuters – West, Subscription-$777.48; Thune True Value & Appliances, Supplies-$10.99; TK Electric, Repair-$340.79; TMA Stores, Repair-$87.20; Top Grade Concrete, 2021-4 P.E. #9-$3,662.00; Tractor Supply Credit Plan, Supplies-$59.52; Traditions Prepared Meals, Meals-$4,426.75; Traf-Sys, Hosting Fee-$240.00; Transource, Supplies-$1,043.66; Trizetto Provider Solution, Professional Service-$81.80; True North Steel, Supplies-$2,135.82; Two Way Solutions, Supplies-$39.99; United Rotary Brush, Supplies-$1,190.85; UPS Store #4227, Postage-$183.36; Verizon Wireless, Utilities-$757.30; Vern Eide Chevrolet Buick, Towing-$170.00; Walmart/Capital One, Supplies-$1,254.33; Wheelco Brake & Supply, Supplies-$1,518.54; Wholesale Electronics, Supplies-$63.06; Wage Works, Expense Posing-$4669.38; Wellmark of South Dakota, Administration, Prescription, Medical-$171,746.56. Members present voting aye: Allen, Barington, Doescher, McCardle, Rice, Sabers, Smith, Tjarks. Members present voting nay: none. Motion carried. CITIZENS INPUT: Mitchell resident, Reed Bender, spoke regarding Covid vaccinations. CONSIDER APPROVAL: Moved by Tjarks, seconded by Barington, to approve the 2021 International Fire Code. Motion carried. Moved by McCardle, seconded by Smith, to award bid for Rock Salt Project #2023-27 off of the State of South Dakota Bid Contract #17706 with Blackstrap, Inc. in the amount of $72.90 per ton. Motion carried. Moved by Allen, seconded by Sabers, to approve Amendment #1 to Agreement #A2021-56, East Spruce Street Project with Brosz Engineering. Motion carried. Moved by Tjarks, seconded by Rice, to approve Agreement #A2022-55, Review and Update the City’s Classification and Compensation System with Condrey & Associates. Motion carried. RESOLUTIONS: Moved by Rice, seconded by Sabers, to adopt Resolution #R2022-78, Plat of Lot 1 of D. Odegaard’s First Addition, as follows: RESOLUTION #R2022-78 WHEREAS, it appears that the City Planning Commission of the City of Mitchell, South Dakota, did duly consider and did recommend the approval and adoption of the hereinafter described plat, at its meeting held on the 12th day of December, 2022; and WHEREAS, it appears from an examination of the plat of LOT 1 OF D. ODEGAARDS’ FIRST ADDITION, A SUBDIVISION OF PREVIOUSLY PLATTED LOT 5 IN FIALA’S ADDITION, CITY OF MITCHELL, DAVISON COUNTY, SOUTH DAKOTA as prepared by Paul J. Reiland, a duly licensed Land Surveyor in and for the State of South Dakota, that said is in accordance with the system of streets and alleys set forth in the master plan adopted by the City Planning Commission of the City of Mitchell, South Dakota, and that such plat has been prepared according to law; THEREFORE, be it resolved by the City Council of Mitchell, South Dakota that the plat of LOT 1 OF D. ODEGAARDS’ FIRST ADDITION, A SUBDIVISION OF PREVIOUSLY PLATTED LOT 5 IN FIALA’S ADDITION, CITY OF MITCHELL, DAVISON COUNTY, SOUTH DAKOTA as prepared by Paul J. Reiland, be and the same is approved and the description set forth therein and the accompanying surveyor’s certificate shall prevail. Motion carried and resolution declared duly adopted. Moved by McCardle, seconded by Allen, to adopt Resolution #R2022-79, Plat of Lot 1-AA and 1-AB, a Subdivision of Lot 1-A of Prairieview Subdivision, as follows: RESOLUTION #R2022-79 WHEREAS, it appears that the City Planning Commission of the City of Mitchell, South Dakota, did duly consider and did recommend the approval and adoption of the hereinafter described plat, at its meeting held on the 12th day of December, 2022; and WHEREAS, it appears from an examination of the plat of LOTS 1-AA AND 1-AB, A SUBDIVISION OF LOT 1-A OF PRAIRIEVIEW SUBDIVISION, IN THE NE ¼ OF SECTION 16, T 103 N, R 60 W OF THE 5TH P.M., DAVISON COUNTY, SOUTH DAKOTA as prepared by Jeremy A. Wolbrink, a duly licensed Land Surveyor in and for the State of South Dakota, that said is in accordance with the system of streets and alleys set forth in the master plan adopted by the City Planning Commission of the City of Mitchell, South Dakota, and that such plat has been prepared according to law; THEREFORE, be it resolved by the City Council of Mitchell, South Dakota that the plat of LOTS 1-AA AND 1-AB, A SUBDIVISION OF LOT 1-A OF PRAIRIEVIEW SUBDIVISION, IN THE NE ¼ OF SECTION 16, T 103 N, R 60 W OF THE 5TH P.M., DAVISON COUNTY, SOUTH DAKOTA as prepared by Jeremy A. Wolbrink, be and the same is approved and the description set forth therein and the accompanying surveyor’s certificate shall prevail. Motion carried and resolution declared duly adopted. Moved by Rice, seconded by Smith, to adopt Resolution #R2022-80, Plat of Lot 12 in Tract I, Wild Oak Golf Club Addition, as follows: RESOLUTION #R2022-80 WHEREAS, it appears that the City Planning Commission of the City of Mitchell, South Dakota, did duly consider and did recommend the approval and adoption of the hereinafter described plat, at its meeting held on the 12th day of December, 2022; and WHEREAS, it appears from an examination of the plat of LOT 12 IN TRACT I, WILD OAK GOLF CLUB ADDITION TO THE CITY OF MITCHELL, DAVISON COUNTY, SOUTH DAKOTA as prepared by Nathan L. Jibben, a duly licensed Land Surveyor in and for the State of South Dakota, that said is in accordance with the system of streets and alleys set forth in the master plan adopted by the City Planning Commission of the City of Mitchell, South Dakota, and that such plat has been prepared according to law; THEREFORE, be it resolved by the City Council of Mitchell, South Dakota that the plat of LOT 12 IN TRACT I, WILD OAK GOLF CLUB ADDITION TO THE CITY OF MITCHELL, DAVISON COUNTY, SOUTH DAKOTA as prepared by Nathan L. Jibben, be and the same is approved and the description set forth therein and the accompanying surveyor’s certificate shall prevail. Motion carried and resolution declared duly adopted. Moved by McCardle, seconded by Tjarks, to adopt Resolution #R2022-81, Annexation of Lot 14 of Fiala’s Addition in the East ½ of the Northwest ¼ of Section 4, T 103 N, R 60 W of the 5th P.M., Davison County, South Dakota, as follows: RESOLUTION #R2022-81 ANNEXATION OF THE LOT FOURTEEN (14) OF FIALA’S ADDITION IN THE EAST ONE-HALF OF THE NORTHWEST QUARTER (E ½ NEW ¼) OF SECTION FOUR (4), TOWNSHIP ONE HUNDRED THREE (103) NORTH, RANGE SIXTY (60) WEST OF THE 5TH P.M., DAVISON COUNTY, SOUTH DAKOTA. WHEREAS, Robert Porter has petitioned to annex the real property legally described as Lot Fourteen (14) of Fiala’s Addition in the East One-half of the Northwest Quarter (E 1/2 NW 1/4) of Section Four (4), Township One Hundred Three (103) North, Range Sixty (60) West of the 5th P.M., Davison County, South Dakota WHEREAS: Robert Porter is the sole owner and petitioners of the real property described in this resolution; and WHEREAS: There are no registered voters residing on the real property and there are no persons residing on the said real property to be annexed; and WHEREAS: there are no improvements on the real property; and WHEREAS: the real property is contiguous to the corporate limits of the City of Mitchell, Davison County, South Dakota; and WHEREAS: a visual depiction is hereto attached as an exhibit (Exhibit A). NOW THEREFORE, be it resolved that in accordance with SDCL Chapter 9-4, the City Council of the City of Mitchell, Davison County South Dakota hereby annexes the above real property. Motion carried and resolution declared duly adopted. Moved by Tjarks, seconded by Rice, to adopt Resolution #R2022-82, Contingency Transfers, as follows: RESOLUTION #R2022-82 CONTINGENCY TRANSFER WHEREAS, the City of Mitchell has included in the 2022 Annual Budget a contingency item which may be appropriated by resolution of the governing board to any other appropriation amount that is deemed insufficient during the year, and WHEREAS, the budget item for the following is insufficient and it was deemed necessary that appropriation be transferred for the 2022 budget, as follows: GENERAL FUND CITY COUNCIL 101-41110-42710 Municipal League Dues $8,812 ADMINISTRATIVE BOARDS 101-41230-41100 Salaries $20,000 101-41230-42600 Supplies $2,500 ATTORNEY’S OFFICE 101-41410-42200 Professional Services $7,000 MUNICIPAL BUILDINGS 101-41920-42800 Utilities- Telephone $5,000 101-41920-53410 Repairs- City Hall $10,925 POLICE 101-42110-42610 Gas, Oil, & Tires $32,000 Traffic 101-42130-42500 Repairs $2,000 101-42130-42610 Gas, Oil, Tires $5,216 101-42130-42835 Utilities- Street Lights $11,500 FIRE 101-42200-42610 Gas & Oil $7,500 101-42200-42800 Telephone $ 1,000 101-42200-42810 Utilities $7,700 101-42200-43200 Buildings $5,500 STREET DEPARTMENT 101-43100-42610 Gas $40,000 PUBLIC WORKS ADMIN 101-43110-42916 Nuisance Abatement $17,000 STORM DRAINAGE 101-43150-43328 Kibbie Ditch $35,000 ANIMAL CONTROL 101-44120-42610 Gas, Oil, Tires $ 1,700 101-44120-42800 Utilities- Pound $ 1,200 LIBRARY 101-45500-42500 Repair & Maintenance $ 7,000 101-45500-42800 Utilities $5,000 General Debt Services 101-47000-23713 2012 Community Projects- Interest $ 50 OTHER FINANCING USES 101-49000-51101 Transfer out to Park- $397,000 $46,000 outdoor pool repairs, utilities- Rec & Aquatics $17,000 utilities Rec & Aquatics $7,000 fuel sports complex $27,000 for professional services- indoor pool (may be reimbursed) $150,000 for the repair of the ceiling in the old indoor pool $150,000 for the Cadwell Press Box Project 101-49000-51105 Transfer out to Corn Palace- $100,000 101-49000-51104 Transfer out to Airport- $50,000 101-49000-51120 Transfer out to EMS $50,000 Lake Debt Service 203-47000-44200 Lake Property Interest $ 50 Motion carried and resolution declared duly adopted. Moved by Allen, seconded by Sabers, to adopt Resolution #R2022-83, West End Bridge Preservation BIG Grant, as follows: Resolution #R2022-83 Bridge Improvement Grant Program WHEREAS the City of Mitchell wishes to submit an application for consideration of award for the Bridge Grant Program: Str #18-129-061 on Harmon Drive over Firesteel Creek AND WHEREAS the City of Mitchell agrees to pay the 20% match on the Bridge Improvement Grant funds; AND WHEREAS the City of Mitchell hereby authorizes the Bridge Improvement Gant application and any required funding commitments. NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the South Dakota Department of Transportation be and hereby is requested to accept the attached Bridge Improvement Grant application. Motion carried and resolution declared duly adopted. ORDINANCES: Moved by Rice, seconded by Barington, to place Ordinance #O2022-19, Supplemental Appropriations on second reading. Motion carried. Moved by Tjarks, seconded by Barington, to adopt Ordinance #O2022-19, Supplemental Appropriations, as follows: ORDINANCE NO. O2022-19 SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATION ORDINANCE CITY OF MITCHELL, DAVISON COUNTY, SOUTH DAKOTA BE IT ORDAINED, BY THE CITY OF MITCHELL, DAVISON COUNTY, SOUTH DAKOTA, that the following sums be appropriated to authorize certain expenditures and to meet certain obligations for the year 2022 according to statute: GENERAL FUND MAYOR’S OFFICE 101-41210-43300 Veteran’s Park $4,800 ADMINISTRATIVE BOARDS 101-41230-42920 Sports Authority Promotion $40,000 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT 101-46500-42918 MAHI $30,000 TRANSFERS OUT 101-49000-51110 Transfer out to Waste Water Fund $2,835,484 The funding will come from the General Fund cash balance, designated cash balances, and project financing. SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS PARKS & RECREATION FUND RECREATION & AQUATICS 201-45110-42250 Programming Services $14,500 201-45110-42850 Utilities- Aquatics $17,000 201-45110-43400 Capital Equipment $46,000 RECREATION CENTER 201-45140-42200 Professional services $27,000 201-45140-43300 Capital Improvements Other $75,000 201-45140-43400 Capital Equipment $27,000 SPORTS COMPLEX 201-45160-42610 Gas & Fuel $7,000 The funding will come from the Parks & Recreation Fund cash balance. ENTERTAINMENT TAX FUND 211-46311-42963 Community Projects $100,000 The funding will come from the Entertainment Tax Fund cash balance. COMMUNITY SERVICES FUND MVP 218-45140-41120 Part-Time $4,000 The funding will come from the Community Services Fund cash balance. PALACE TRANSIT 218-45150-42610 Gas, Oil, Tires $25,000 218-45150-42810 Utilities- Garage $2,000 LIBRARY FINES FUND 226-45500-42900 Other Expenditures $25,000 The funding will come from the Library Fines Fund cash balance. Members present voting aye: Allen, Barington, Doescher, McCardle, Rice, Sabers, Smith, Tjarks. Members present voting nay: none. Motion carried and ordinance declared duly adopted. ADJOURN: There being no further business to come before the meeting, Mayor Everson adjourned the meeting. ________________________ Michelle Bathke Finance Officer Published once at the total approximate cost of $265.12 and may be viewed free of charge at www.sdpublicnotices.com. (Dec. 28, 2022) 135845