December 29, 2011
                                                           STANLEY COUNTY COMMISSION
                                                                        SPECIAL MEETING
                                                                       DECEMBER 29, 2011

The special meeting of the Stanley County Commission was called to order at 5:30 p.m. (CST) by Chairman D. D. Jacobson with Dennis Booth, Marsha Davenport, Dana Iversen and Brian Scott present.  Also present were Director of Equalization Don Wiedemer, Highway Superintendent Leo Sullivan, States Attorney Tom P. Maher, Auditor Karen Sharp, Alfred Haugen of Central South Dakota Enhancement District, Tom Rose and Dwayne Prince.
AGENDA:  Motion by Scott, seconded by Booth to approve the agenda.  All voted Aye.  Motion carried.

MINUTES:  Correction to minutes of December 6, 2011, Motion by Booth, seconded by Scott, to approve and authorize Chairman Jacobson to sign the County Health Nurse Contract for 2012.  Motion by Booth, seconded by Scott, to approve the Minutes of December 6, 2011, as corrected.  All voted Aye.  Motion carried
CLAIMS:  Motion by Iversen, seconded by Davenport, to approve the claims as presented.  All voted Aye.  Motion carried.
AMERICAN MEDICAL RESPONSE INC      1143.35  NOVEMBER SUBSIDY
AT&T MOBILE                          47.86  UTILITIES 
BLACK HIILLS CHEMICAL & JANITOR     521.57  SUPPLIES
DENNIS BOOTH                         40.00  PLANNING/ZONING MTG    
BROSZ ENGINEERING                  3835.00  SERVICES & FEES      
Butler Machinery Co.               2189.11  SUPPLIES    
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APITAL AREA COUNSELING INC         240.00  QMHP ASSESSMENT             
CAPITAL AREA REFUSE LLC              58.00  TRASH BILLING        
CAPITAL JOURNAL                     322.99  ADVERTISING          
CENTRAL SD ENHANCEMENT DISTRIC     3000.00  ADMINISTRATION ASSISTANCE CENTURYLINK                         320.78  4 CORNERS REPEATER     CHRISTY LUMBER                              121.25  FAIRGROUND SUPPLIES    
COLE PAPERS INC.      74630700       83.00  SUPPLIES                
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OB COVERDALE                        56.65  PLANNING/ZONING MTG  
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OWBOY COUNTRY STORES PIERRE        100.61  SUPPLIES            
Christy Lumber Co.                   76.38  SUPPLIES              
DAKOTA BUSINESS CENTER              207.39  SUPPLIES              
DUFFY LAW OFFICE                   1886.00  CRT APPT ATTY        
EDDIES TRUCK SALES                 2118.00  SUPPLIES              
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LEET SERVICES                    12795.00  SUPPLIES                
FORT PIERRE CITY                    332.14  COPIER LEASE            
FOX YOUNGBERG& LEWNO, PC            150.66  CRT APPT ATTY MENTAL ILLNESS
Friman Oil & Gas Co.                529.77  SUPPLIES
GASRITE, INC                        415.01  SUPPLIES
GOLDEN WEST TELECOMMUNICATIONS      334.04  911 SERVICES
CARRIE J GONSOR                    2052.60  CRT APPT ATTY MENTAL ILLNESS
HOGEN'S HARDWARE HANK                12.58  SUPPLIES
HUGHES COUNTY AUDITOR             22692.72  NOVEMBER JAIL BILLING
HUGHES CO. EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT     300.00  RENTALS
KLEINS OFFICE PLUS                   76.76  SUPPLIES
HAUN LEAFGREEN                       40.00  PLANNING/ZONING MTG
Lawson Products, Inc.               483.25  SUPPLIES
THOMAS P MAHER                     4070.61  PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
MICROFILM IMAGING SYSTEMS INC       375.00  SCANNING MONTHLY RENT MIDCONTINENT COMMUNICATION          206.70  UTILITIES
MN WIRELESS, LLC                     69.00  UTILITIES
MORRIS INC                        20000.00  VETERANS MEMORIAL
Morris, Inc                      137142.50  REPAIRS/MAINT.        
ERVINE J NOLD                        20.00  SUBPOENA
PHEASANTLAND INDUSTRIES              46.25  SUPPLIES
PIERRE CITY                       10816.86  JUL - DEC 2011 E-911 SERVICES
PITNEY BOWES GLOBAL                 136.95  EMPLOYEE POSTAGE
PAT PRINCE                            5.59  CERTIFIED MAIL
QUILL CORPORATION                  2250.56  SUPPLIES
RUNNINGS                            352.01  SUPPLIES
SD BUREAU OF ADMINISTRATION          12.67  UTILITIES
SD DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE            175.00  BLOOD TESTS
SD ASSOC. OF CO WEED/PEST SUP.       50.00  2012 MEMBERSHIP      
SERVALL UNIFORM & LINEN              37.10  REPAIRS/MAINT.        
KAREN SHARP                          25.90  DISTRICT MEETING MILEAGE
SHARPE ENTERPRISES INC             2884.14  CHANGE ORDER FOR WINDOWS
ST MARY'S HEALTHCARE CENTER         250.73  QMHP EVALUATION      
RODNEY STOESER                       44.44  PLANNING/ZONING MTG  
SUTLEYS TOWN & RANCH MARKET          15.07  SUPPLIES 
JON VANDER MATEN                     90.00  BLOOD TESTS          
WALMART COMMUNITY                   127.52  SUPPLIES                  
WW TIRE SERVICE, INC                208.71  REPAIRS/MAINT.          
KYLE WYLY                            47.40  PLANNING/ZONING MTG    
XEROX CORPORATION                   176.65  COPIER LEASE/COPIES   YANKTON COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPT                25.00  SERVE DOCUMENTS      
Zander Auto Parts                   479.88  SUPPLIES

CONTINGENCY TRANSFERS: 
Motion by Davenport, seconded by Booth, that the Stanley County Commission hereby resolves to transfer from the General Fund Contingency to cover the following budgets:  Director of Equalization $1,545.00; Animal Control $59.00; Jail $14,503.00; and WIC $513.00.  All voted Aye.  Motion carried.

AUTOMATIC SUPPLEMENTS: 
Motion by Iversen, seconded by Scott, that the Stanley County Commission hereby resolves to approve automatic supplements to reflect Grant Funds that were received, to-wit:  $91,932.82 FEMA Grant Disaster Assistance to Road and Bridge; and $141,343.95 90/10 Funding to Road and Bridge.  All voted Aye.  Motion carried.

REDISTRICTING: 
  Al Haugen of the Central South Dakota Enhancement District, presented redistricting options and will draw up a precinct map.  Motion by Scott, seconded by Davenport, to accept Option 5 for redistricting.  All voted Aye.  Motion carried.  Motion by Booth, seconded by Iversen, to adopt and declare first reading of Ordinance No. 2011-01 Defining Election Districts.  All voted Aye.  Motion carried.
ORDINANCE NO. 2011-01AN ORDINANCE OF STANLEY COUNTY, SD, DEFINING ELECTION DISTRICTS
BE IT ORDAINED BY STANLEY COUNTY, SD:Stanley County shall be divided into five commissioner districts, designated respectively as District One, Two, Three, Four and Five.  The districts shall be described with certain street or avenue designations or other landmarks that border the districts.  Any reference to street or avenue below shall mean an imaginary line running down the approximate middle of each street or avenue.  The commissioner districts of Stanley County are as set forth below and shown in the Commissioner District map thereof.  Any discrepancies shall be resolved by reference to the attached Commissioner District map rather than the physical descriptions set forth herein.  Any previous Commissioner Districts are replaced by those described herein and on the attached Commissioner District map.
Commissioner District One shall include all of that part of Stanley County lying north of a line beginning at the west limits of the County and running east along SD Highway 34 and US Highway 14 until intersecting with Cut-Across Road; thence running north along Cut-Across Road until intersecting with Mud Road; thence following Mud Road east and then south until intersecting with US Highway 14; thence following US Highway 14 Southeast until intersecting with Laramie Trail; thence following Laramie Trail north until intersecting with Lindsay Trail; thence following Lindsay Trail Southeast until intersecting with SD Highway 1806; thence following SD Highway 1806 North until intersecting with Rousseau Avenue; thence following Rousseau Avenue East until intersecting with Hamilton Court; thence running north along Hamilton Court until intersecting with the northern limit of Section 21-Township 5 N-Range 31 E; thence running east along the northern limit of Section 21-Township 5 N-Range 31 E and ending at the Missouri River/Lake Sharpe. Commissioner District Two shall include all that part of Stanley County enclosed by a line beginning at the intersection of Sixth Avenue and Missouri Street and running Northwest along Missouri Street until intersecting with Eighth Avenue; thence running West along Eighth Avenue until intersecting with US Highway 83; thence running North along US Highway 83 until intersecting with US Highway 14; thence running West along US Highway 83 until intersecting with Skerrols Street; thence following Skerrols Street north until intersecting with Port Charlotte Avenue; thence running east along Port Charlotte Avenue until intersecting with Port-Na-Haven Street; thence following Port-Na-Haven Street northwest until intersecting with Caol-Ila Court; thence following Caol-Ila Court southwest until intersecting with Skerrols Street; thence following Skerrols Street northwest until intersecting with Islay Avenue; thence running southwest along Islay Avenue and continuing northwest along Mull Street until intersecting with Jura Avenue; thence running west along Jura Avenue until intersecting with Tiree Drive; thence running southwest along Tiree Drive until intersecting with Waldron Street; thence running south along Waldron Street until intersecting with Buffalo Road; thence running west along Buffalo Road until intersecting with the western limit of the City of Fort Pierre; thence running south along the western limit of the City of Fort Pierre until intersecting with the Bad River; thence running east along the Bad River until intersecting with the CP/DME railroad; thence running south along the CP/DME railroad until intersecting with Park Avenue; thence running northeast along Park Avenue until intersecting with US Highway 83; thence running north along US Highway 83 until intersecting with Sixth Avenue; thence running northeast along Sixth Avenue ending at the starting point.
Commissioner District Three shall include all that part of Stanley County lying west and south of a line beginning at the south limits of the County and running north and west along US Highway 83 until intersecting with Tim Street; thence running southwest along Tim Street until intersecting with Second Street; thence running north along Second Street until intersecting with Park Avenue; thence running west along Park Avenue until intersecting with CP/DME railroad; thence running north along CP/DME railroad until intersecting with the Bad River; thence running west along the Bad River until intersecting with Fort Pierre city limits; thence running north along Fort Pierre city limits until intersecting with Buffalo Road; thence running east along Buffalo Road until intersecting with Waldron Street; thence running northeast along Waldron Street until intersecting with US Highway 14; thence running northwest along US Highway 14 until intersecting with SD Highway 1806; thence running north along SD Highway 1806 until intersecting with Lindsay Trail; thence running northwest along Lindsay Trail until intersecting with Laramie Trail; thence running south along Laramie Trail until intersecting with US Highway 14; thence running northwest along US Highway 14 until intersecting with Mud Road; thence running northwest and then west along Mud Road until intersecting with Cut-Across Road; thence running south along Cut-Across Road until intersecting with US Highway 14; thence running west along US Highway 14  and SD Highway 34 and ending at the west limits of the County.
Commissioner District Four shall include all that part of Stanley County lying east and south of a line beginning at the south limits of the County and running north and west along US Highway 83 until intersecting with Tim Street; thence running southwest along Tim Street until intersecting with Second Street; thence running north along Second Street until intersecting with Park Avenue; thence running northeast along Park Avenue until intersecting with US Highway 83; thence running north along US Highway 83 until intersecting with Fourth Avenue; thence running northeast along Fourth Avenue and ending at the Missouri River/Lake Sharpe.
Commissioner District Five shall include all that part of Stanley County enclosed by a line beginning at the intersection of the northern limit of Section 21-Township 5 N-Range 31 E and the Missouri River/Lake Sharpe and running west along northern limit of Section 21-Township 5 N-Range 31 E until intersecting with Hamilton Court; thence running south along Hamilton Court until intersecting with Rousseau Avenue; thence running west along Rousseau Avenue until intersecting with SD Highway 1806; thence running south along SD Highway 1806 until intersecting with US Highway 14; thence running southeast along US Highway 14 until intersecting with Waldron Street; thence running northeast along Waldron Street until intersecting with Tiree Drive; thence running northeast along Tiree Drive until intersecting with Jura Avenue; thence running east along Jura Avenue until intersecting with Mull Street; thence running south along Mull Street and continuing northeast along Islay Avenue; thence running northeast along Islay Avenue until intersecting with Skerrols Street; thence running southeast along Skerrrols Street until intersecting with Caol-Ila Court; thence running northeast along Caol-Ila Court until intersecting with Port-Na-Haven Street; thence running southeast along Port-Na-Haven Street until intersecting with Port Charlotte Avenue; thence running west along Port Charlotte Avenue until intersecting with Skerrols Street; thence running south along Skerrols Street until intersecting with US Highway 14; thence running east along US Highway 14 until intersecting with US Highway 83; thence running south along US Highway 83 until intersecting with Eighth Avenue; thence running east along Eighth Avenue until intersecting with Missouri Street; thence running southeast along Missouri Street until intersecting with Sixth Avenue; thence running southwest along Sixth Avenue until intersecting with US Highway 83; thence running south along US Highway 83 until intersecting with Fourth Avenue; thence running northeast along Fourth Avenue until reaching the Missouri River/Lake Sharpe; thence running north along the Missouri River/Lake Sharpe until ending at the starting point.
ATTEST:                                                                                Stanley County Board of Commissioners
Karen K. Sharp, Auditor                                Donald D. Jacobson, Chairman       

 
PUBLIC HEARING – HAYES STREET VACATION:  Tom Rose present as one of the Petitioners, and Dwayne Prince on behalf of the 4-Corners Fire Department.  Director of Equalization Don Wiedemer reviewed the proposed plat.  Motion by Scott, seconded by Iversen, to approve Resolution #2011-06 Plat of Street Vacation, Hayes, SD.  All voted Aye.  Motion carried.
                                                                                    RESOLUTION #2011 – 06
                                                  PLAT OF STREET VACATION, HAYES, SD
               RESOLUTION APPROVING THE PLAT VACATING PRAIRIE AVENUE AND ASH STREET, HAYES, STANLEY COUNTY, SOUTH DAKOTA
                 WHEREAS, the plat of the above described property has been executed according to statute, now therefore
                BE IT RESOLVED, that the County Commission in and for the County of Stanley, South Dakota, does
hereby approve the said plat vacating Prairie Avenue and Ash Street, Hayes, SD.
                   Dated this 29th day of December, 2011.
ATTEST:                                             STANLEY COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS
Karen K. Sharp, Auditor                    Donald D. Jacobson, Chairman

SALARIES/WAGES 2012: 
Motion by Davenport, seconded by Booth, to give a $0.40 per hour  raise for all county employees, plus an additional $0.31per hour raise as previously approved to highway department workers for 2012.  Roll call vote:  Booth-Aye; Davenport-Aye; Iversen-No; Scott-No; Jacobson-Aye.  Motion carried.  Motion by Booth, seconded by Davenport to give commissioners $0.40 per hour raise for 2012.  Roll call vote:  Booth-Aye; Davenport-Aye; Iversen-No; Scott-No; Jacobson-Aye.  Motion carried.
SALARY                                                                      RESOLUTION 2011-05
            WHEREAS, SDCL requires the Board of County Commissioners to designate the number of Deputies andClerks and to set their salaries.
THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of Stanley County Commissioners, that the salary of all new employees be set upon hiring.  Judges and Clerks of Elections, $9.10 per hour, $10.00 for Election schooling, plus mileage for rural Election workers;  Mileage rate for all county employees, 37 cents per mile;  Commissioners have the option of participating in the health insurance plan at their own expense.\
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that all highway maintenance employees will work five (5), 10-hour days from May 1--September 30 and four (4), 10-hour days from October 1--April 30.
The following salaries shall be paid in 2012: Dennis Booth, Commissioner, $8,863.96; Marsha Davenport, Commissioner, $8,863.96; Dana Iversen, Commissioner, $8,863.96; D. D. Jacobson, Commissioner, $8,863.96; Commissioner, Brian Scott, $8,863.96; Thomas P. Maher, States Attorney, $39,095.94; Karen Sharp $32,552.00, Linda Stroup, Treasurer, $34,112.00; Beverly Stoeser, Register of Deeds, $34,112.00; Don Wiedemer, Director of Equalization, $38,431.90; Leo Sullivan, Highway Superintendent, $42,764.54.
The following hourly wages shall be paid in 2012: Dawn Sass, Deputy Auditor, $13.52 per hour; Ricky Sass, Custodian, $13.90 per hour; Peggy Dougherty, Deputy Treasurer, $11.00 per hour; Beth Dutt, Assistant Director of Equalization/Field Appraiser, $14.02 per hour; Bonnie Nickels, CHN Secretary, $13.52 per hour; Thomas Richardson, Highway Supervisor, $15.82 per hour; Jerry Rada, Equipment Operator, $15.37 per hour; Larry O’Daniel, Equipment Operator, $15.37 per hour; Reed Stoeser, Equipment Operator, $15.67 per hour; Patrick Prince, Truck Driver, $15.67 per hour; Isaac Jacobsen, Equipment Operator, $15.67  per hour; Michele Lopour, Highway Bookkeeper, $13.52 per hour; Christina Whitley, States Attorney Secretary, $13.52.
Dated this 29th, day of December, 2011.
ATTEST:
                                      BOARD of STANLEY COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
Karen K. Sharp, Auditor                    D. D. Jacobson, Chairman

WEBSITE:   
Motion to authorize upgrade and training for county website by Booth, seconded by Davenport.  All voted Aye.  Motion carried.

FAIRGROUNDS: 
Discussed application for permit being drafted by Wiedemer, lease formerly with Corps now Game, Fish and Parks, and development of a wish list by next meeting to be given to Economic Development who will get volunteers to do work.

HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT: 
Discussed payment of materials, equipment and labor during the flood.  Chairman Jacobson will discuss the matter with Rob Fines, Emergency Management.

BAD RIVER ROAD: 
Discussed the agreement with the State of SD.  Sullivan, Iversen and Maher will work on a plan as what may be done.

GRASSLANDS/RICHLAND RESERVOIR: 
Reviewed letter from Fort Pierre National Grasslands
Next meeting set for Tuesday, January 10, 2012, at 8:00 a.m. (CST)

ADJOURN:  
Motion by Iversen, seconded by Scott, to adjourn at 8:35 p.m. (CST).  All voted Aye.  Motion carried.  Meeting Adjourned.
ATTEST:                                             STANLEY COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS
Karen K. Sharp, Auditor                    Donald D. Jacobson, Chairman

 

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