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September 27, 2022 CALL TO ORDER Chairpe

September 27, 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 AS AMENDED Motion by Kiner, second by Blaalid to approve the agenda, as amended, for the September 27, 2022, meeting. All members voted aye. Motion carried. APPROVE MINUTES Motion by Claggett, second by Blaalid to approve the minutes of the September 20, 2022, meeting. All members voted aye. Motion carried. ADOPT 2023 ANNUAL BUDGET Motion by Blaalid, second by Claggett to adopt the 2023 Annual Budget. A roll call vote was taken as follows. Blaalid – aye, Claggett – aye, Kiner – aye, Reider – aye, Bode – aye. Motion carried. Tax Levy in COUNTY TAX LEVIES Dollars $’s/1,000 WITHIN LIMITED LEVY: * General County Purposes (10-12-9) 7,794,359.00 3.828 Library LIMITED LEVY (10-12-21) - SUB TOTAL OUTSIDE LIMITED LEVY: County Snow Removal Fund (34-5-2) * Highway and Bridge Reserve (10-12-13) Courthouse, Jail, etc., Bldg. (7-25-1) Bond Interest Sinking (7-24-18) Ag Building (7-27-1) UNLIMITED LEVY - SUB TOTAL LIMITED AND UNLIMITED LEVY - SUB-TOTAL OTHER SPECIAL LEVIES Secondary Road (Unorg. PT-76) (31-12-27) Fire Protection (34-31-3) RESOLUTION ADOPTION OF ANNUAL BUDGET FOR DAVISON County, South Dakota Whereas, (7-21-5 thru 13), SDCL provides that the Board of County Commissioners shall each year prepare a Provisional Budget of all contemplated expenditures and revenues of the County and all its institutions and agencies for such fiscal year and, Whereas, the Board of County Commissioners did prepare a Provisional Budget and cause same to be published by law, and Whereas, due and legal notice has been given to the meeting of the Board of County Commissioners for the consideration of such Provisional Budget and all changes, elimination’s and additions have been made thereto. NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That such provisional budget as amended and all its purposes, schedules, appropriations, amounts, estimates and all matters therein set forth, SHALL BE APPROVED AND ADOPTED AS THE ANNUAL BUDGET OF THE APPROPRIATION AND EXPENDITURES FOR DAVISON County, South Dakota and all its institutions and agencies for calendar year beginning January 1, 2023 and ending December 31, 2023 and the same is hereby approved and adopted by the Board of County Commissioners of DAVISON County, South Dakota, this 27th day of SEPTEMBER, 2022. The Annual Budget so adopted is available for public inspection during normal business hours at the office of the county auditor DAVISON, County, South Dakota. The accompanying taxes are levied by DAVISON County for the year January 1, 2023 through December 31, 2023. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF _______________ County, South Dakota ________________Chairman _________________Commissioner _________________Commissioner _________________Commissioner _________________Commissioner ATTEST:_______________County Auditor TOTAL TAXES LEVIED BY COUNTY 7,794,359.00 3.828 AWARD BID FOR STRUCTURE 18-100-052 REPLACEMENT After engineer’s review, motion by Kiner, second by Claggett to award the bid for Structure 18-100-052 Replacement to Prahm Construction, Inc. at a cost of $1,234,000. All members voted aye. Motion carried. SIGN SHORT FORM AGREEMENT WITH CIVIL DESIGN, INC Motion by Blaalid, second by Claggett to sign the Short Form Agreement between Davison County and Civil Design Inc., for project #18-100-052 at a cost not to exceed $96,077.78. All members voted aye. Motion carried. APPROVE FUEL QUOTE Motion by Claggett, second by Blaalid to approve the low fuel quote from CHS for 7,500 gallons of diesel #2 at a cost of $3.47 per gallon. All members voted aye. Motion carried. APPROVE GRANT APPLICATION At the request of Physical Plant Director Rang, motion by Reider, second by Claggett to allow the application to the SD Unified Judicial System for $10,000 for court security cameras. All members voted aye. Motion carried. ACCEPT QUOTE FOR CONCRETE At the request of Physical Plant Director Rang, motion by Claggett, second by Blaalid to accept a quote from DU All Construction of $4,750 for concrete work in front of the south entrance of the courthouse. All members voted aye. Motion carried. APPROVE BILLS Motion by Kiner, second by Blaalid to approve the following bills for payment. All members voted aye. Motion carried. GENERAL FUND: ELECT: Supplies/McLeod’s Printing-371.48, Postage/First Bankcard-12.75; JUD: Interpreter Fees/Devy Alvizures-200.00; TREAS: Passport Postage/First Bankcard-89.50, Supplies/First Bankcard-103.89, State MV Supplies/First Bankcard-103.90; STATES ATTY: Prof Fees/Douglas County Clerk of Courts-49.50, Diversion Service & Fees/Catherine Buschbach-71.40, Repairs & Maint/A & B Business Solutions-65.06, Supplies/Innovative Office-220.51, Books/West Payment Center-506.01; CRT APPTED ATTY: Crt Appted Atty/Dailey Law-1,383.70, Morgan Theeler-3,626.93, Pub Def Contract/Alvine Law Firm-16,229.16, Douglas Papendick-16,229.16; PUB SFTY BLDG: Repairs/First Bankcard-25.99, Water & Sewer/City of Mitchell-1,517.52; CRTHOUSE: Repairs & Maint/First Bankcard-202.43; DOE: Supplies/McLeod’s Printing-139.90; N. OFC: Repairs/First Bankcard-158.96, Water & Sewer/City of Mitchell-43.74; CO COORD: IT Contract/Datatech Computer Services-3,219.00, Postage/Qualified Presort-1,817.92, Postage Meter Fees/Qualified Presort-486.60, Copy Machine Maint/A & B Business Solutions-48.62, Access Systems-225.51; SHERIFF: Prof Services/First Bankcard-150.00, Ofc Supplies/First Bankcard-99.00, Gas Patrol Car/First Bankcard-392.73; JAIL: Minor Equip/First Bankcard-99.00; WELFARE: Supplies/Qualified Presort-11.26, Utilities/Northwestern-154.63; MENTAL ILL: Committals/Douglas Papendick-202.00, Hearings/Kennedy Pier Loftus LLP-161.60; FAIR: Repairs & Maint/Menards-74.97; CO EXTENSION: Postage/Qualified Presort-12.92, Supplies/First Bankcard-149.70, Caroline Hansen-23.34, Trvl & Conf/Caroline Hansen-389.40; WEED: Utilities/City of Mitchell-548.71; P&Z: Supplies/First Bankcard-8.09; HIWAY: Trvl & Conf/Rusty Weinberg-261.04, Utilities/City of Mitchell-43.74, Northwestern Energy-741.48, Machinery/I-State Truck Center-108,898.00, TEC Equipment-28,200.00; BID DEP: Fairground Dmg Dep/Steven Sibson-200.00; 911: Communications/City of Mitchel Police Dept-16,419.00. AMEND RESOLUTION TO COMBINE PRECINCTS FOR GENERAL ELECTION Motion by Kiner, second by Reider to amend Precinct five (5) to combine precincts for the 2022 General Election. A roll call vote was taken as follows. Reider – aye, Kiner – aye, Claggett - aye, Blaalid – aye, Bode – aye. Motion carried. DAVISON COUNTY RESOLUTION #0092722-02 AMEND RESOLUTION COMBINING PRECINCTS FOR 2022 GENERAL ELECTION WHEREAS, SDCL 12-14-1 provides for boundary changes of election precincts already established; and WHEREAS, it is more cost effective to combine precincts for the General Election; and WHEREAS, per SDCL 12-14-4 in doing so shall not cause unreasonable waiting time for the voters; and WHEREAS, Precinct five (5) had an error in the original resolution in stating Sections 1-23 and 26-35 in Perry Township, which should be Sections 19-23 and 26-35 in Perry Township. NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of Commissioners of Davison County that the precincts will be combined to form eleven precincts as follows: Precinct 1 (Rome & Tobin Townships and Ethan Town) Precinct 2 (Baker, Blendon, Mt. Vernon & Union Townships and Mt. Vernon City) Precinct 3 (Badger, Beulah, Lisbon & Prosper Townships) Precinct 4 (Sections 1, 2, 5-9, 11-14 and 17-36 of Mitchell Township: Sections 1-18, 24, 25 and 36 located in Perry Township) Precincts 6 & 7 Precincts 8 & 9 Precincts 10 & 11 Precincts 12 & 13 Precincts 14, 15 &16 Precincts 5 (Sections 19-23 and 26-35 in Perry Township; Sections 3, 4, 10, 15 of Mitchell Township) Precincts 18 & 19 Precinct 20 IT IS FURTHER RESOLVED; that this resolution be in effect each year a general election is held unless repealed or modified by duly enacted resolution. Dated this 27th day of September, 2022 Brenda Bode, Chairman Davison County Board of Commissioners Attest: Susan Kiepke Davison County Auditor ADOPT RESOLUTION TO DESIGNATE CAPITAL ACCUMULATIONS Motion by Claggett, second by Blaalid to adopt a resolution to designate capital accumulation funds for the purpose of highway maintenance. A roll call vote was taken as follows Claggett – aye, Blaalid – aye, Reider – aye, Kiner – aye, Bode – aye. Motion carried. Resolution #092722-03 Resolution to Designate Capital Accumulations Whereas, SDCL 7-21-51 states that a board of county commissioners may, by resolution, authorize the accumulation of funds for a period longer than one year for a capital outlay purpose which is otherwise authorized by law. For the purpose of this section, the term, capital outlay purpose, includes any purpose which is extraordinary in nature, exceeds the funding ability of a single-budget year, and may result in the purchase of services, materials, supplies, or equipment. The resolution is enacted if approved by a vote of sixty percent or more of the governing body and shall clearly set forth the purposes for which the funds are to be accumulated and the maximum amount that may be accumulated. The funds to be accumulated shall be expended within eighty-four months from the date of the resolution. If the specific purpose for which the funds are accumulated is no longer necessary, the funds shall revert to the fund from which the funds were originally appropriated. The amount of accumulation for a specific purpose may not exceed five million dollars. The accumulation of funds pursuant to this chapter is in addition to any accumulation of funds authorized by § 7-21-18.1; and Whereas, Davison County wishes to continue to accumulate funds for the purpose of highway maintenance; and Whereas, the commissioners wish to continue to accumulate $200,000 for the years 2023 through 2029 for highway maintenance. Now, therefore be it resolved that $897,880 will be the first installment in capital accumulations designated for the purpose of highway maintenance in the year 2022; and Be it further resolved that an amount of $200,000 per year for the years 2023 through 2029 be placed in Capital Accumulations. These funds shall be expended within eighty-four months from the date of the resolution. If the specific purpose for which the funds are accumulated is no longer necessary or the funds are not expended within the set time period, the funds shall revert to the fund from which the funds were originally appropriated. Dated at Mitchell, South Dakota, this 27th day of September, 2022. Brenda Bode, Chairperson ATTEST: Susan Kiepke, Auditor EMPLOYEE CHANGES Motion by Claggett, second by Blaalid to approve the change in status for Lance Bryant from a full-time to part-time corrections officer effective September 30, 2022. All members voted aye. Motion carried. Motion by Kiner, second by Claggett to amend the starting wage for Travis Sedlmeier to $20.31 effective April 22, 2022, as he had previous experience as a corrections officer at the Davison County jail. All members voted aye. Motion carried. APPROVE DATA TECH COMPUTER SERVICES CONTRACT Motion by Reider, second by Claggett to approve the contract with Data Tech Computer Services Inc. for IBM Hardware and Software Maintenance at a cost of $3,219. All members voted aye. Motion carried. ADJOURN At 10:49 a.m., Chairperson Bode adjourned the meeting and set the next regular Board of Commissioners meeting for October 4, 2022, at 9:00 a.m. ATTEST Susan Kiepke, Auditor Brenda Bode, Chairperson Publish Once Approximate Cost Published 1 time at the total approximate cost of $126.68 and may be viewed free of charge at www.sdpublicnotices.com. (Oct. 1, 2022) 108081