July 2, 2012
STANLEY COUNTY COMMISSION
JULY 2, 2012
The regular meeting of the Stanley County Commissioners was called to order at 8:03 a.m. (CDT) by Chairman Dennis Booth, with Commissioners Marsha Davenport, Dana Iversen, D. D. Jacobson and Brian Scott present. Emergency Management Director Rob Fines, State’s Attorney Tom P. Maher, Treasurer Sonny Harrowa, Highway Superintendent Leo Sullivan, Director of Equalization Beth Dutt, Register of Deeds Bev Stoeser, Auditor Karen Sharp, Brian Stewart, Todd Schuetzle, Mark Rowen, Bob Voeltz, John McGinnis, Carmella Bourk, Bonnie Nickels, Bob Clark, Lonnie McKittrick, Don Garrity, Dodie Garrity, Lura Kirkpatrick, Crystal Neuharth, Vance Bruce, Dwayne Prince, and Jim Zahradnicek.
AGENDA: Motion by Iversen, second by Scott, to approve the agenda. All voted Aye. Motion carried.
MINUTES: Motion by Iversen, second by Davenport, to approve the Minutes of June 11, 2012. All voted Aye. Motion carried.
TREASURER: Motion by Davenport, second by Iversen, to accept the Treasurer’s report. All voted Aye. Motion carried. Treasurer Sonny Harrowa presented proposed budget.
AUDITOR: Motion by Iversen, second by Davenport, to accept the Auditor’s report. All voted Aye. Motion carried. Auditor Karen Sharp presented proposed budget.
CLAIMS: Motion by Jacobson, second by Davenport, to approve the claims as presented. All voted Aye. Motion carried.
AL'S METAL WORK, INC. 220.73 PARTS FOR PACKER AMERICAN MEDICAL RESPONSE INC. 1,364.02 APRIL SUBSIDY 2012
AT&T MOBILITY 96.28 CELL PHONE
AVERA QUEEN OF PEACE HEALTH 273.70 DRUG TESTING BACKROADS ENTERPRISES 533.96 SHOP TOWELS
BROWN & SAENGER 363.01 2012 PRECINCT SUPPLIES BUREAU OF PERSONNEL 84.00 APRIL 2012 TRAINING BUTLER MACHINERY CO 6.24 FILTER G7A
SHARON CALDWELL 172.81 ELECTION BOARD CAPITAL AREA REFUSE LLC 79.00 TRASH BILLING
CAPITAL JOURNAL 219.94 ADVERTISING
CAPITAL JOURNAL 264.95 ADVERTISING CARQUEST AUTO PARTS 394.10 PARTS FOR PACKER CENTRAL CULVERT SUPPLY 1,897.40 PIPE FOR BENTLEY RD
CENTURYLINK 321.69 4 CORNERS REPEATER/UTILITIES CHEMSEARCH 25.18 SUPPLIES
CLINICAL LABORATORY OF THE BH 1,957.00 AUTOPSY FOR AA
DARYL COLE 157.90 TROUBLE SHOOTER COMMTECH 109.14 REPLACE HANDSET COMMTECH 70.00 PHONE ASSISTANCE COMMUNICATIONS CENTER,INC 157.87 INSTALL RADIO NEW BLADE COMMUNITY YOUTH INVOLVED CTR. 1,666.66 JUNE SUPPORT
COWBOY COUNTRY STORES PIERRE 90.38 SUPPLIES
COWBOY COUNTRY STORES PIERRE 45.00 SUPPLIES
DAKOTA BUSINESS CENTER 85.98 SUPPLIES
DAKOTA LAMINATING 101.43 LAMINATING ELECTION MAPS PATRICIA A DONELAN 183.28 ELECTION BOARD
DS SOLUTIONS INC 300.00 TEST DECK
DUFFY LAW OFFICE 549.40 COURT APPT ATTY
BETH DUTT 75.00 SDAAO CONFERENCE EDDIE'S TRUCK SALES 800.42 PARTS & REPAIRS
SALLY EHLERS 153.63 ELECTION BOARD ELECTION SYSTEMS & SOFTWARE 482.27 ELECTION BALLOTS FACTOR 360 350.00 ANNUAL WEB SITE HOSTING WADE FISCHER 3,050.72 KH - CB - TLT
FLEET SERVICES 19,674.85 DYED FUEL & GAS
FORT PIERRE FIRE DEPT 7,500.00 2012 NEW TRUCK EQUIPMENT FORT PIERRE CITY 1,362.64 COPIER LEASE/UTILITIES LARRY GIDDINGS 137.40 ELECTION BOARD
GOLDEN WEST TELECOMMUNICATIONS 334.04 911 SERVICE
CARRIE J GONSOR 1,489.49 CRT APPT ATTY - LW GROSSENBURG IMPLEMENT OF PIERR 255.15 PARTS & SUPPLIES
DARLENE HARRIS 132.85 ELECTION BOARD HOGEN'S HARDWARE HANK 21.90 SUPPLIES
HOLIDAY INN CITY CENTRE SF 231.00 DOE CONVENTION HUGHES COUNTY AUDITOR 14,140.00 ADVERTISING/JAIL BILL HUGHES COUNTY AUDITOR 13,440.00 MAY JAIL BILLING 2012 INLAND TRUCK PARTS 5,284.89 CLUTCH -- TRUCK REPAIR
BELLE JACOBSEN 118.30 ELECTION BOARD
MARY JORGENSON 128.30 ELECTION BOARD LAVONNE KELLY 141.95 ELECTION BOARD
LURA KIRKPATRICK 217.65 ELECTION BOARD/SUPT.
KLEINS OFFICE PLUS 8.35 OFFICE SUPPLIES
KLEINS OFFICE PLUS 176.98 SUPPLIES
LARRY'S PLUMBING LLC 1,254.53 STANLEY CNTY FAIRGRNDS LAWSON PRODUCTS INC 83.93 SAFETY GLASSES - SHOP LOCATORS & SUPPLIES INC 151.96 SHOP PARTS
THOMAS P MAHER 2,773.06 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES MARC 202.05 WEED KILLER AUDREY MATHEWS 174.29 ELECTION BOARD GAYLE MERSCHEIM 131.95 ELECTION BOARD MICRO-FIX COMPUTERS 140.00 SERVICE CALL MICROFILM IMAGING SYSTEMS INC 375.00 EQUIP MONTHLY RENT MIDCONTINENT COMMUNICATION 217.30 UTILITIES
NANCY JO MIKKELSEN 128.30 ELECTION BOARD SUPT.
MN WIRELESS LLC 138.00 INTERNET
MONICK PIPE & SUPPLY, INC 58.05 SUPPLIES
MONTANA-DAKOTA UTILITIES CO 14.50 UTILITIES
NOBLE INK & TONER 25.98 HP INK FOR PRINTER
LORI NORMAN 160.45 ELECTION BOARD DARLIS D PERRY 225.00 BLOOD TESTS PETERSEN MOTORS INC 25.70 SUPPLIES
PIERRE CITY 110.00 MEDICAL DIRECTOR AGRMNT PRYNTCOMM 102.75 STAMPS
QUILL CORPORATION 593.69 SUPPLIES
QUILL CORPORATION 25.49 SUPPLIES
REEDE'S LAWN & SNOW 80.00 SNOW REMOVAL OLINGER,LOVALD & MCCAHREN PC 2,106.74 TRB-JR-LM/V-JZ-CS ROBINS WATER CONDITIONING INC 51.00 YEARLY SERVICE CALL MARK ROWEN 403.64 SHELVING - MENARDS RUNNINGS SUPPLY INC 1,051.31 PARTS & SUPPLIES RUNNINGS SUPPLY INC 41.98 SUPPLIES
NICOLE SCHWINLER 20.48 ELECTION BOARD - TABULTR SD BUREAU OF ADMINISTRATION 17.35 UTILITIES
SD BUREAU OF ADMINISTRATION 18.03 MAY BILLING
SD DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE 157.00 BLOOD TESTS
SD HIGHWAY SUPERINTENDENT ASSN 30.00 REGISTRATION FEE SUMMER SD PUBLIC ASSURANCE ALLIANCE 136.00 2012 JD MOTOR GRADER SERVALL UNIFORM/LINEN CO 30.42 CLEAN RUNNERS SERVALL UNIFORM/LINEN CO 85.00 SUPPLIES
SHANE'S PHARMACY 66.25 MEDICATION/JAIL SHANE'S PHARMACY 6.09 MEDICAL CARE - JAIL SIOUX NATION OF FT PIERRE 18.75 SUPPLIES
SMALL ENGINE HOUSE 371.44 MOWER REPAIRS BEVERLY STOESER 18.20 ELECTION - RESOLUTN BRD SUTLEYS TOWN & RANCH MARKET 7.18 SUPPLIES
SUTLEYS TOWN & RANCH MARKET 4.50 SUPPLIES
PEGGY A TIBBS 189.16 ELECTION BOARD ULTRA INC 5,829.50 SOFTWARE UPGRADE US POSTAL SERVICE 172.00 ANNUAL BOX FEE DELRUE USEFUL HEART 20.00 SUBPOENA
VAN DIEST SUPPLY COMPANY 5,494.80 SUPPLIES
JANET WALDRON 175.88 ELECTION BOARD WALMART COMMUNITY 13.50 SUPPLIES
LETA WISE SPIRIT 20.00 SUBPOENA
WW TIRE SERVICE INC 2,549.75 TIRE SERVICE & NEW TIRES WW TIRE SERVICE INC 517.00 ROAD RIDER ST 10PLY TL XEROX CORPORATION 187.91 COPIER LEASE/COPIES XEROX CORPORATION 153.95 COPIER LEASE/COPIES ZANDER AUTO PARTS 113.79 PARTS - SUPPLIES ZANDER AUTO PARTS 145.32 WEED/PEST SUPPLIES
SALARIES BY OFFICE: Commissioners, $3,975.90; Auditor, $6,780.28; Treasurer, $5,822.62; States Attorney, $7,034.65; Custodian, $3,141.62; Director of Equalization, $3,163.46; Register of Deeds, $3,591.52;Road and Bridge, $36,582.892,726.89; Community Health Secretary, $2,726.89; WIC Secretary, $345.65; Wellmark Blue Cross/Blue Shield, employee insurance, $12,884.12; SD Retirement System, withheld and match, $5873.14; SD Supplemental Retirement, employee contribution, $1,770.00; Electronic Transfer, FICA, Medicare and Withholding Tax, $11,860.82.
AUDITOR’S ACCOUNT WITH THE TREASURER:
June, 2012 Cash on hand $1,134.70
Bad Checks $165.25
Checks, less than 3 days $9,656.41
Petty Cash $200.00
First National Bank $32,742.26
MKKT. ACCT. – First National Bank $3,040,445.71
MKKT. ACCT. – American State Bank $66,509.25
SD FIT $6,008.24
REGISTER OF DEEDS:
Regular fees, June, 2012 $1,427.60
Transfer fees, June, 2012 $ 2,341.00
HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT: Superintendent Sullivan presented proposed budget and gave highway department report.
STATE’S ATTORNEY: State’s Attorney, Tom P. Maher, presented proposed budget. Commissioners asked Maher to send the Fairgrounds Agreement to the Department of Game Fish and Parks and to bring back its response.
DRAINAGE—FORNEY: Discussion was had regarding Jim Forney’s drainage issue. Motion by Scott, second by Jacobson, that drainage is within the city limits, so concerns should be deferred to the City Public Works Director. All voted Aye. Motion carried.
EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT: Fines will contact Jim of Security Lock regarding status of locks and cameras and will look into drought disaster declaration. Motion by Jacobson, second by Davenport, to appoint Rob Fines to Homeland Security Committee. All voted Aye. Motion carried.
FSA: Brian Stewart of the local FSA office discussed the drought situation and asked the Commissioners to consider passing a Drought Resolution, which would help enable the FSA to seek funding for emergency haying and grazing.
Motion by Jacobson, second by Scott, to declare a drought disaster and adopt Drought Resolution #2012 – 06. All voted Aye. Motion carried.
Resolution # 2012 -- 06
WHEREAS, Stanley County continues to suffer from a natural disaster in the form of severe agricultural drought conditions, including extremely inadequate winter snowfall, meager spring rains, desolating winds accompanied with high temperatures and late frosts which have severely impacted all drought conditions, the Board of County Commissioners resolve that said drought conditions constitute a natural disaster of such severity and magnitude that an effective response is beyond the capabilities of this County, or even the State of South Dakota, and that Federal assistance is necessary, and there is no emergency plan available to alleviate the damage and economic chaos resulting from these conditions; and
WHEREAS, Stanley County does not have the financial resources to respond to this disaster; and
WHEREAS, the Board of County Commissioners of Stanley County is aware sparse pastures and lack of forage crops for the feeding of livestock is necessitating the reduction/disposal of livestock herds; and
WHEREAS, the Board of County Commissioners of Stanley County is aware that fall and spring planted small grains are already dying; and
WHEREAS, the Board of County Commissioners of Stanley County realizes that an emergency has resulted from a lack of water in the agriculture community and the quality of water in stock ponds due to extreme low runoff, which could result in a high selenium concentration and livestock mortality,
WHEREAS, the Board of County Commissioners of Stanley County is aware that in addition to these conditions, the continuing drought conditions introduce a new element of synergism compounding the magnitude of devastation to our agricultural infrastructure,
NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, the Board of County Commissioners of Stanley County, South Dakota, declares a natural disaster drought emergency; and it is
FURTHER RESOLVED, we, the Board of Commissioners of Stanley County respectfully petition the Governor of the State of South Dakota and the President of the United States to provide with all dispatch and remedies any state and /or federal assistance available for this type of emergency.
Commissioner D.D. Jacobson moved to adopt said resolution and Commissioner Brian Scott seconded the motion. All voted aye:
Motion passed and Resolution # 2012 -- 06 adopted this 2nd day of July, 2012.
ATTEST: BOARD OF STANLEY COUNTY COMMISSION
Karen K. Sharp, Auditor Dennis Booth, Chairman
PLAT: Motion by Jacobson, second by Scott, to approve the Plat of L – Bush Tract 1 as platted and adopt Resolution # 2012—07. All voted Aye. Motion carried.
RESOLUTION # 2012 – 07
PLAT OF L – BUSH TRACT 1
A RESOLUTION APPROVING THE PLAT OF L – BUSH TRACT 1, A SUBDIVISION OF THE S1/2NW1/4, THE SW1/4 & THE SE1/4 OF SEC. 22; AND A PORTION OF SMITH TRACT 1 IN THE E1/2 OF SEC. 21; ALL IN TOWNSHIP 4 NORTH, RANGE 33, EAST OF THE BLACK HILLS MERIDIAN, STANLEY COUNTY, SOUTH DAKOTA.
WHEREAS, the plat of the above described property has been executed according to statue, now therefore
BE IT RESOLVED that the County Commission, in and for Stanley County, does hereby approve the said plat of L – Bush Tract 1.
Dated this 2nd day of July, 2012.
ATTEST: BOARD OF STANLEY COUNTY COMMISSION
Karen K. Sharp, Auditor Dennis Booth, Chairman
EXTENSION OFFICE: Mark Rowen reviewed the extension office budget and discussed concerns expressed by 4-H personnel regarding fairgrounds improvements. Commissioners will see what can be done.
REGISTER OF DEEDS: Register of Deeds Bev Stoeser presented proposed budget.
DIRECTOR OF EQUALIZATION: Director of Equalization presented proposed budget and discussed the request for three positions due to the reappraisal of the county. Commissioners expressed desire to possibly cut back on field appraiser position.
DAV: Bob Voeltz and John McGinnis requested assistance for the operation of the DAV van which transports area veterans to VA clinics and hospitals.
COUNTY NURSE/WIC: Carmella Bourk and Bonnie Nickels presented proposed budget, which is basically the same, except for some additional WIC travel required by the State.
Motion by Jacobson, second by Iversen, to recess for lunch. All voted Aye. Motion carried. Reconvened at 1:00 p.m. (CDT).
HEALTH INSURANCE: Bob Clark of Bob Clark Insurance and Lonnie McKittrick of Fischer, Rounds & Associates presented various health insurance proposals for county employees.
4-CORNERS FIRE DEPARTMENT: Members of the 4-Corners Fire Department presented a proposed budget, which included an increase of $2,000.
OAHE DISTRICT MEETING: Commissioners were reminded of the Oahe District Meeting July 10, 2012, which Stanley County is hosting.
DOT/STIP: Booth will attend the five-year statewide improvement plan meeting on July 23, 2012.
LOCKS: Jim Zahradnicek of Security Lock advised that he estimated $1,200 total installation for one of the two doors on the south side of the courthouse.
CREDIT CARD: Auditor and Treasurer were asked to compile information for the use of the county accepting payments by credit and or debit cards.
ADJOURN: Motion by Jacobson, second by Iversen, to adjourn at 3:30 p.m. (CDT). All voted Aye. Meeting adjourned. Next meeting scheduled for July 19, 2012, at 6:30 p.m. (CDT).
ATTEST: BOARD OF STANLEY COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
Karen K. Sharp, Auditor Dennis Booth, Chairman