December 21, 2021 - Year End
STANLEY COUNTY COMMISSION
December 21, 2021
The special meeting of the Stanley County Commission was called to order at 5:00 P.M. (CST) by Chairman Dana Iversen with Commissioners Dennis Booth, Mike Kenzy, Craig Heller and Sonny Harrowa. Also present was Treasurer Peggy Dougherty, Deputy Treasurer Susan Howard, Highway Superintendent Lee Smith, Fort Pierre Chamber of Commerce/Expo Center Shane Kramme, Emergency Management Rob Fines, Juvenile Diversion Coordinator Annie Brokenleg, and Auditor Philena Burtch. The meeting commenced with the recitation of the Pledge of Allegiance.
AGENDA: Motion by Craig Heller, second by Mike Kenzy, to approve the Agenda. All voted Aye. Motion Carried.
CLAIMS: Motion by Mike Kenzy, second by Sonny Harrowa, to approve claims as presented. All voted Aye. Motion Carried.
AIRTECH HEATING & COOLING INC 51.40 FRGRNDS BLDG REPAIR & MAINT
AVERA OCCUPATIONAL MEDICINE MI 82.00 R&B TESTING
BROSZ ENGINEERING INC 6627.50 R&B BIG SN 59-219-391 PROJCT
BUTLER MACHINERY CO 714.03 R&B SUPPL-G2C/L1
WICK COMMUNICATIONS 398.51 11/2 MIN & ORD 2021-04
CAPITOL CITY FLORIST AND GIFTS 56.00 MEMORIAL
CELERITY BROADBAND LLC 136.94 FAIRGROUNDS WIFI
CENTURY BUSINESS PRODUCTS 199.20 COPIER LEASE & COPIES
TRAVIS W STOUT 50.00 R&B SUPPL
CHRISTY LUMBER 72.00 R&B SUPPL
WILL CLARK ELECTRICAL INC 1131.42 CH BLDG REPAIRS & MAINT
CONNECTING POINT 7500.00 DOE ULTRA
CROSSROADS TRAILER 238.00 R&B SUPPL
DEPT OF AGRICULTUR/NATURAL RES 600.00 INDTRIAL STORMWATER PERMIT FEE
PEGGY DOUGHERTY 60.00 ADMIN FEES
EDDIE'S TRUCK CENTER INC 328.90 R&B SUPPL-BCT595/T7
FORT PIERRE CITY 96206.60 DUE TO CITY OF FORT PIERRE
FRIMAN OIL & GAS CO INC 139.68 R&B SUPPL-GREASE
GENERAL EQUIPMENT & SUPPL 193.70 R&B MAINT & SUPPL
JASON GLODT 1417.93 CRT APPT ATTRNY
GROSSENBURG IMPLEMENT OF PIERR 122.38 R&B SUPPL-G7A/G1A
GROSSENBURG IMPLEMENT INC 313.35 FAIRGROUNDS REPAIRS & MAINT
GUNDERSON PALMER NELSON & 247.50 MENTAL ILLNESS
CODY L HONEYWELL 435.60 CRT APPT ATTRNY
HUGHES COUNTY FINANCE OFFICE 12460.00 NOV JAIL & JUV BILLING
HUGHES CO EMERGENCY & DISASTER 325.00 ANTENNA SITE LEASE
HYDRAULIC WORLD INC 179.50 R&B MAINT & SUPPL-TRL16
JC OFFICE SUPPLIES 61.38 AUD SUPPL
LAWSON PRODUCTS INC 327.67 R&B MAINT & SUPPL
LYNN'S DAKOTAMART 29.65 R&B SUPPL
MARCO 454.45 EQUIP LEASE
MICRO-FIX COMPUTERS 93.95 R&B MAINT & SUPPL
M0 SHORES DOMESTIC VIOL CENTER 670.00 ANNUAL SUPPORT
MORRIS INC 1610.38 COMMERCIAL REFUNDS
NAPA 31.99 R&B SUPPL-JD1
CITY OF PIERRE 110.00 NOVEMBER MEDICAL DIRECTOR
REES COMMUNICATIONS 937.00 R&B MAINT & SUPPL-SHOP
RUNNINGS SUPPLY INC 48.45 R&B SUPPL
STANLEY COUNTY LAW ENFORCEMENT 3730.00 LAW ENFORCEMENT PMT
STANLEY COUNTY SCHOOL DIST 317659.58 DUE TO SC SCHOOL
BRAD A SCHREIBER 196.14 CRT APPT ATTRNY
SD BUREAU OF ADMINISTRATION 78.31 OFFICE LONG DIST/BIT
SD DEPT OF CORRECTIONS 448.80 FAIRGROUNDS MAINT
SD DEPT OF REVENUE 63763.33 MV/VITALS/MENTAL ILLNESS
SD ASSN OF COUNTY COMMISSIONER 1397.00 SDACC DUES/NACO MEMBERSHIP
SD ASSN OF COUNTY OFFICIALS 156.00 ROD M/P FUND
SERVALL UNIFORM/LINEN CO 55.72 R&B MAINT
DON LEE SMITH 1100.00 R&B SUPPL REIMB
TITAN MACHINERY 147.15 R&B SUPPL-C1
WENDELL LAW OFFICE PC 2263.20 CRT APPT ATTRNY
ZANDER AUTO PARTS 320.28 R&B SUPPL
ZANDER AUTO PARTS 95.23 FAIRGROUNDS MAINT
Treasurer: Peggy Dougherty informed the Commission the cost for the County to hire Titles of Dakota to perform search on parcels. Peggy explained that by hiring Titles of Dakota it is a safety net for Clerk of Court, Register of Deed, Director of Equalization and Treasurer Office. Those employees could miss something when trying to research information on complicated property for the County, whereas Titles of Dakota perform such tasks daily and know what they are searching for.
Annie Brokenleg – Juvenile Diversion Coordinator: Annie Brokenleg informed the Commission of a new program, Juvenile Detention Alternatives Initiative (JDAI). There are seven JDAI sites in South Dakota, they are planning to establish a site in the Hughes/Stanley County area. Annie explained that this program is more prevention prior to Juvenile Detention Centers. This is an addition to Teen Court, if a juvenile need more specific counseling.
Annie informed the Commission that JDAI is the way of doing business in South Dakota. Ensure the due process rights of youth in South Dakota. Youth are referred to the least restrictive alternative available while ensuring public safety. To use and institutionalize the core strategies of JDAI to examine juvenile justice in South Dakota systemically and to promote strategies that improve outcomes from arrest through adjudication and disposition.
Annie explained that a Grant will cover one full time employee for three years, so there will not be any upfront cost to the County’s for the first three years. JDAI is hoping to have the new position start in June 2022. A representative from JDAI, Hughes County Commission Board and Stanley County Commission Board will be the work force committee.
Expo Center: Shane Kramme presented the Commission with a report of the activities and events that have taken place at the Expo Center in 2021. Shane stated that our largest indoor community venue has been very active. The Oahe Hockey Association (OHA) leases the Expo Center from October 1 thru April 1 on an annual basis. The OHA facilitates an entire schedule of youth hockey through high school hockey, as well as conduct open skate on weekends. From April 1 thru October 1, the Expo Center hosted fourteen separate community vents, on occasion, these events coincided with events at the Stanley County Fairgrounds.
Shane informed the Commission that the parking lot was refurbished in August and was completed in a timely manner, and new emergency exit and flood lights we installed.
Shane has already been taking bookings for the 2022 season and is working with the Stanley County Fairgrounds Manager to ensure a successful year for all involved. Shane believes the Expo Center has a very large positive impact upon our entire community, from both an economical and cultural standpoint. Shane and the Fort Pierre Chamber of Commerce look forward to the upcoming year with great excitement and optimism.
Emergency Management Services Agreement: Rob Fines explained that Emergency Management Services assists the County in complying with state and local emergency management directives, including administrative duties, grant applications, weather watching services, updating the local operation plan, and using the Drone for different purposes.
Rob informed the Commission that the County was awarded the Homeland Security Grant and the next set of new radios for law enforcement and the fire departments has been ordered.
Hughes and Stanley County Hazard Mitigation Plan: Rob Fines informed the Commission that the Hughes and Stanley County Hazard Mitigation Plan should be complete after Christmas. The Plan has to be submitted to FEMA by April 1, 2022. Rob stated that local meetings have been completed with cities, counties and fire departments. The Mitigation Plan is considered a living document for five years, meaning that if a disaster occurs anywhere in South Dakota, the Plan can be implemented for funds.
Emergency Management Services Agreement: Motion by Sonny Harrowa, second by Craig Heller, to accept and approve Chairman Iversen to sign 2022 Emergency Management Services Agreement, in the amount of $6,975.00. All voted Aye. Motion Carried.
Highway Department: Lee Smith explained to the Commission that representatives from Purple Wave Auction will be in the area and Lee would like to list the 2007 140H Caterpillar motor grader and the 2016 140M3 Caterpillar motor grader on their site to sell this equipment.
Old SD Highway 14/34 & 14/63: Per Resolution 14685, Executive Order Stanley County, Be It Resolved by the South Dakota Transportation Commission – ‘said property described, located in Stanley County, South Dakota, is not now or in the future needed or deemed necessary for use in construction or maintenance of highways, and the same is hereby abandoned and any rights therein hereby revert to the former owner, his heirs or assigns.’ Dated May 26, 1988. This Resolution is filed in the Stanley County Register of Deeds.
SD Department of Health FY2022 Contract – County Health Nurse: Motion by Dennis Booth, second by Craig Heller, to accept and approve Chairman Iversen to sign the SD Department of Health FY2022 Contract. All voted Aye. Motion Carried.
Ordinance 2022-01 – Redistricting – First Reading: There was no public comment or discussion.
Discussion: Stanley County Commission will meet Thursday December 30, 2021, to adopt a formal budget supplement to account for expenses incurred in the 2021 that were unanticipated at the time of preparing the 2021 budget.
ADJOURN: Motion by Craig Heller, second by Dennis Booth, to adjourn at 6:47 P.M. (CT). All voted Aye. Motion Carried.
ATTEST: BOARD OF STANLEY COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
Philena Burtch, Auditor Dana Iversen, Chairman