October 12, 2010

October 12, 2010

The regular meeting of the Stanley County Commissioners was called to order at 8:05 a.m. by Chairman D.D. Jacobson with Jim Stoeser, Pat Sutley, Dennis Booth and David Neuharth present.  Director of Equalization Don Wiedemer, Auditor Kristi Kroll, Emergency Management Rob Fines, Capitol Journal Emily Wickstrom, Highway Superintendent Leo Sullivan and Chuck Humphrey were also present.

AGENDA:   Motion by Booth, seconded by Sutley to approve the agenda. All voted aye. Motion carried.

MINUTES:  Motion by Stoeser, seconded by Booth to approve the minutes of the September 23, 2010 Special Meeting.  All voted aye.  Motion carried.

HIGHWAY DEPT:  Sullivan had 5 applications for the blade operator. 

EXECUTIVE SESSION:  A motion by Neuharth seconded by Stoeser to go into executive session for personnel at 8:14 a.m.  All voted aye.  Motion carried.  Out of executive session at 9:03 a.m.

SLIDE ON BAD RIVER:  Jim Hicks discussed the slide on Bad River Road.  He has contacted the Corps of Engineers, the State of SD as well as SD Representative Herseth’s office.  The state surveyed the land and he will get results to the Commissioners as soon as it is available.  Fines is working on a mitigation plan which will take time to be reviewed and approved through FEMA. 

EMERGENCY DISASTER SERVICE:  Fines informed Commission that leftover 2009 money from Homeland Security Grants from various counties was used towards law enforcement radios so the Four Corners Fire Dept. can use the remaining balance towards the repeater. Fines stated that the first repeater is here but they’re waiting to install it once they get the upgrade on the license.

VETERANS SERVICE OFFICER:  Charles Quinn and Sheila Carpenter from the Veteran’s Service Office updated Commission on the veteran count and services since 2007.  New educational changes are coming out and they are working to get more coverage on presumptive diseases approved.  Next year’s funding is looking positive.  They also make home visits to those veterans that aren’t able to go to their office.

FOUR CORNERS FIRE DEPT:  Neuharth reported that the Four Corners fundraiser was a success and that they raised nearly $2000.

RESOLUTION 2010-02  A motion by Neuharth, seconded by Stoeser to approve Resolution 2010-02 Gratuitous Transfer of Real Property which was dicussed in May.  All voted aye. Motion carried.

RED CROSS REQUEST:  A motion by Neuharth, seconded by Sutley to approve the Red Cross to use the Four Corners Fire Department, the counties portion of the Expo building and the Stanley County Fairgrounds for an emergency shelter should the need arise.  All voted aye. Motion carried.

AMR:  Booth discussed Sully County wanting AMR service response to Spring Creek area. Booth will suggest that Sully County pay a fee for the service at the next AMR meeting.

CHN:  Carmella Bourk stated that the WIC caseload continues to increase.   She has been with the County Health Department for 27 years this year.  Bourk received a certificate after attending a WIC training in August.  The CH Department will host a clinic at Stanley County Schools for 6-8 grade and will offer a vaccination for Pertussis (whooping cough.)

COURT HOUSE LIFT:  Weidemer received written replies extending the bids on the elevator lift from both Midwest Const. & Sharpe Ent.  A motion by Neuharth, seconded by Sutley to reject the elevator lift bids so that the Commission can look into other options for serving the basement and top floor of the courthouse.  All voted aye.  Motion carried.

NOV. MEETING DATE:  A motion by Stoeser, seconded by Booth to change the November meeting date from the 2nd to the 4th due to elections.  All voted aye.  Motion carried.

ELECTION:  A motion by Neuharth, seconded by Booth to approve an inclement weather polling location change to Larry and Barb McQuistion’s shop should the need arise and to approve to pay poll workers at a rate of $9.10/hour for the General Election.  All voted aye. Motion carried. 

XEROX:  Kroll discussed the Xerox contract and will research buyout options for the next meeting.

EXECUTIVE SESSION:  Motion by Stoeser, seconded by Booth to go into executive session for personnel at 10:09 a.m.  All voted aye.  Motion carried.  Out of executive session at 10:16 a.m.

INSURANCE:  A motion by Sutley, seconded by Booth to charge Tom Maher for prorated vacation, sick & insurance fees plus 10% or $5 (whichever is more) while his employee works part-time for the county (due to hiring another assistant in his office.)

FAIRGROUND BLEACHERS:  Hahn gave quotes on new (approx. $114685-$142865, dending on size) and rebuilt ($119765.99) bleachers for the Fairgrounds and suggests that the Commission buys new vs. rebuilding. 

COURT HOUSE BOILER:    Dave Heibult with G&R Controls recommends a new heating system as well as changing to direct digital control systems vs. pneumatic.  He will develop a plan and get back to Commission with more information at an upcoming meeting.

ADJOURNMENT:   Adjourned for lunch at 12:11 p.m.  Meeting was called back to order at 1:01 p.m. by Chairman D.D. Jacobson.

CREDIT CARDS:  Kroll will check with other county offices to see if they accept credit card payments. 

WATERLINE EASEMENT:  A motion by Sutley, seconded by Stoeser to deny the Waterline Easement request from the City of Fort Pierre.  All voted aye.  Motion carried. 

EXECUTIVE SESSION:  A motion by Sutley, seconded by Booth to go into executive session for poor relief and personnel at 1:27 p.m.  All voted aye.  Motion carried.  Out of executive session at 3:30 p.m.

CLAIMS:  A motion by Sutley, seconded by Stoeser to approve the claims.  All voted aye. Motion carried.

ALLTEL

$45.98

CELL PHONE

AMERICAN MEDICAL RESPONSE

$1,143.35

AMR SERVICES

ARENDT, AL

$918.40

COURT APPOINTED ATTORNEY

BLACK HILLS CHEMICAL & JANITORIAL

$451.94

SUPPLIES

BOTTOM LINE WELDING

$18.80

IRON

BROWN & SAENGER

$441.20

PRECINCT SUPPLIES

BRULE COUNTY AUDITOR

$15.00

WARRANT HOLD

BUTLER MACHINERY CO

$2,014.19

PARTS - SUPPLIES

CAPITAL AREA REFUSE

$54.00

WASTE REMOVAL

CAPITAL JOURNAL

$1,016.15

ADVERTISEMENT 

CENTRAL CULVERT SUPPLY

$690.56

PIPE FOR BROWN CHURCH RD

CHEMSEARCH

$136.40

SUPPLIES

CHRISTY LUMBER CO

$16.00

LUMBER

COMMUNITY YOUTH INVOLVED CTR

$1,250.00

OCTOBER SUPPORT

COWBOY COUNTRY STORES

$104.64

GASOLINE

DAKOTA BUSINESS CENTER

$43.23

SUPPLIES

DIAMOND MOWERS INC

$93.55

MOWER PARTS

DS SOLUTIONS INC

$50.00

TEST DECK

DUFFY, BERNARD

$410.00

COURT APPOINTED ATTORNEY

EDDIES TRUCK SALES

$1,677.30

PARTS - REPAIRS

ENVIROTECH

$186.38

FAIRGROUNDS PICKUP

FORT PIERRE CITY

$1,666.27

UTILITIES - COPIER LEASE - ETC

FORT PIERRE FIRE DEPT

$12,387.50

4TH QUARTER PAYMENT

FOUR CORNERS FIRE DEPT

$3,875.00

4TH QUARTER PAYMENT

FRIMAN OIL & GAS CO

$403.80

PROPANE FOR SHOP

GASRITE INC

$9,929.73

GASOLINE & DYED #2 FUEL

GOLDEN WEST

$334.04

911 SERVICE

GROSSENBURG IMPLEMENT OF PIERRE

$26.77

V-BELT - MOWER PARTS

HUGHES COUNTY AUDITOR

$18,080.00

PRISONER CARE

INLAND TRUCK PARTS CO

$697.25

TRAILER REPAIRS

JANZ, DONALD A, PH.D

$1,500.00

EVALUATION

JUROR FEES

$474.00

JUROR FEES

KLEINS OFFICE PLUS

$71.77

SUPPLIES

LARRY'S PLUMBING LLC

$983.25

WINTERIZE FAIRGROUNDS

LEE THOMAS E

$139.84

MENTAL ILLNESS COMMITMENTS

MAGEE JACK

$697.00

COURT APPOINTED ATTORNEY

MAHER THOMAS P

$2,722.60

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

MARSHALL & SWIFT

$2,424.55

SOFTWARE RENEWALS

MCLEOD'S PRINTING & OFFICE

$193.62

SUPPLIES

MEDIBADGE INC

$150.15

SUPPLIES

MICROFILM IMAGING SYSTEMS

$375.00

MONTHLY LEASE PAYMENT

MIDCONTINENT COMMUNICATIONS

$206.70

INTERNET

MN WIRELESS LLC

$69.00

INTERNET

MONTANA DAKOTA UTILITIES

$14.00

UTILITIES

MORRIS INC

$61.90

SUPPLIES

NACO

$400.00

MEMBERSHIP DUES

NOBLE INK & TONER

$65.99

TONER FOR LASERJET

PERRY DARLIS

$540.00

BLOOD TESTS  

PIERRE CITY

$110.00

MEDICAL DIRECTOR

PIERRE FLOWER SHOP

$100.00

MEMORIAL

PITNEY BOWES

$154.96

TERM RENTAL CHARGES

QUILL

$304.97

SUPPLIES

QWEST COMMUNICATIONS

$214.58

UTILITIES

REGIONAL BEHAVIORAL HEALTH

$203.31

INTERVENTION/EVALUATION

REIMERS WADE A

$153.59

COURT APPOINTED ATTORNEY

RUNNINGS

$446.58

SUPPLIES - PARTS

SD BUREAU OF ADMINISTRATION

$91.64

UTILITIES

SD DEPT OF REVENUE

$2,866.15

BLOOD TESTS - ETC

SERVALL UNIFORM/LINEN CO

$35.68

CLEAN RUNNERS

SHANE'S PHARMACY

$398.67

MEDICAL CARE

STANLEY COUNTY CORONER

$58.00

VIEW BODY

STANLEY COUNTY LAW ENFORCEMENT

$44,559.61

4TH QUARTER PAYMENT

STANLEY COUNTY TREASURER

$5.98

POSTAGE

ST MARY'S HEALTHCARE

$953.94

QMHP EVAL-CRISIS ROOM

SUTLEY'S TOWN & RANCH

$4.17

SUPPLIES

TITAN ACCESS ACCOUNT

$778.88

MOWER PARTS

TITAN MACHINERY

$1,683.00

GRASSHOPPER BAGGER

TITLES OF DAKOTA INC

$51.50

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

TITZE ELECTRIC

$1,058.74

MOVE HOOK UPS FOR STORAG

VANDER MATEN JON

$315.00

BLOOD TESTS  

WEIGER, MONA

$715.20

COURT REPORTER

WITNESS FEES

$200.36

 

WW TIRE SERVICE INC

$710.79

TIRES & TIRE SERVICE

ZANDER AUTO PARTS

$92.26

PARTS & SUPPLIES

SALARIES BY OFFICE:   Commissioners,  $3457.31  Auditor,  $6294.03;   Treasurer, $5810.84;  States Attorney,  $6533.02;   Custodian,  $3095.23;  Director of Equalization, $6833.86;  Register of Deeds,  $4349.66;  Road and Bridge,  $31753.01; Community Health Secretary,  $2632.54;  WIC Secretary,  $333.71;  Wellmark Blue Cross/Blue Shield, employee insurance,  $11619.23;  SD Retirement System, withheld and match,  $5540.78;  SD Supplemental Retirement, employee contribution,  $40.00;  Electronic Transfer, FICA, Medicare and Withholding Tax,  $11927.64

AUDITOR’S ACCOUNT WITH THE TREASURER:

September 2010

Cash on hand                                                              $416.42

Checks, less than 3 days                                             $9326.69

Postage                                                                        $5.98

Petty Cash                                                                   $200.00

First National Bank                                                     $32790.34

MKKT. ACCT. – First National Bank                       $2101663.33

MKKT. ACCT. – American State Bank                     $65541.39

1st National Bank                                                        $329.864.58

SD FIT                                                                        $6005.10

Long/Short                                                                  $(591.51)

Total                                                                            $2545222.32

REGISTER OF DEEDS:

Regular fees, September 2010                                    $2009.68

Transfer fees, September 2010                                    $958.00

ADJOURNMENT:

A motion by Sutley, seconded by Stoeser to adjourn at 3:40.  All voted aye.  Motion carried. 

ATTEST:                                                  BOARD OF STANLEY COUNTYCOMMISSIONERS

Kristi Kroll, Auditor                                 D.D. Jacobson, Chairman

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