June 6, 2017
STANLEY COUNTY COMMISSION
June 6, 2017
The regular meeting of the Stanley County Commission was called to order at 5:08 P.M.(CST) by Chairman Dana Iversen with Commissioners Dennis Booth, Scott Deal, Craig Heller and Sonny Harrowa present. Also present were State’s Attorney Tom P. Maher, Treasurer Peggy Dougherty, Director of Equalization Roger Fuller, Highway Superintendent Lee Smith, Fairgrounds Aaron Brewer, County Health Nurse Carmella Bourk, Extension/4-H Jackie Husted, Amy Mesman, SDML WC Fund Brad Wilson, Emergency Management Rob Fines, Grow SD Jared Groos, Stanley County School Superintendent Dr. Joel Price and Business Manager Kim Fischer, Deb Schiefelbein, PAWS Brenda Manning, David Voeltz, RDO Wade Iszler, CSDED Emeline Hoblick and Tanner Russel, Capitol Journal Kylee Whitehill, and Auditor Philena Edwards. The meeting commenced with the recitation of the Pledge of Allegiance.
AGENDA: Motion by Sonny Harrowa, second by Scott Deal, to approve the Agenda. All voted Aye. Motion Carried.
MINUTES: Motion by Scott Deal, second by Sonny Harrowa, to approve May 2, 2017, Minutes. All Voted Aye. Motion Carried.
CLAIMS: Motion by Dennis Booth, second by Craig, to approve Claims as presented. All Voted Aye. Motion Carried.
AMERICAN MEDICAL RESPONSE INC 1237.50 MAY 2017 BILLING
LAINA ANDERSON 80.00 MV REFUND
AT&T MOBILITY 112.70 CELL PHONES
AVERA MED GRP PIERRE 957.00 MEDICAL CARE
AVERA ST MARYS HOSPITAL 4458.66 MEDICAL CARE
BOTTOM LINE WELDING 240.00 FAIRGROUNDS REPAIRS & MAINT
MAVIS BOYER 52.00 OVERPAID TAXES
PAIGE RAE BRAMBLEE 96.00 MV REFUND
MARCIA BREVIK 207.33 CRT APPT ATTRNY
AARON BREWER 700.81 FAIRGROUNDS HEALTH INSURANCE
BUTLER MACHINERY CO 1149.37 R&B SUPPL
CAPITAL AREA COUNSELING INC 2164.42 QMHP
CAPITAL AREA REFUSE LLC 63.75 TRASH BILLING 4/24-5/28
WICK COMMUNICATIONS 637.04 NEWSPAPER SUBSCRIPTION
CENTURYLINK 85.28 4 CORNERS REPEATER
CENTURYLINK 241.31 OFFICE PHONES
CHANDLERS INC AUTOGLASS/RECYCL 235.37 R&B REPAIRS
CHRISTY LUMBER 24.39 FAIRGROUNDS REPAIRS & MAINT
WILL CLARK ELECTRICAL INC 2910.26 FAIRGROUNDS REPAIRS & MAINT
COMMUNITY YOUTH INVOLVED INC 1666.67 JUNE 2017 MONTHLY SUPPORT
COVE PLACE ROAD DISTRICT 500.00 COVE ROAD DIST
COWBOY COUNTRY STORES PIERRE 98.57 SUPPL
DAKOTA BUSINESS CENTER 64.70 ROD SUPPL
DAKOTA DATA SHRED 109.95 AUD MAINT
DAKOTA SPRINKLER & LANDSCAPING 63.90 LOG CABIN REPAIRS
DCFS USA LLC 24784.81 2014 FREIGHTLINER TRUCK
WAYNE DEAL 13125.00 GRAVEL HAULING
DIVISION OF MOTOR VEHICLE 10.00 W&P 4-WHEELER
DON'S SINCLAIR 1421.31 R&B OFF ROAD DIESEL
PEGGY DOUGHERTY 890.14 TREASURER SUPPL
ECONO SIGNS LLC 697.41 ROAD SIGNS
EDDIE'S TRUCK SALES 1204.70 R&B REPAIRS & MAINT
PHILENA EDWARDS 42.29 FAIRGROUNDS SUPPL
WADE FISCHER 415.16 CRT APPT ATTRNY
FLEET SERVICES 1271.43 R&B FUEL
FORT PIERRE CITY 51.75 CHN COPIER LEASE & COPIES
FORT PIERRE CITY 3823.01 COUNTY SHOP UTILITIES
FORT PIERRE CITY 382185.90 DUE TO CITY OF FORT PIERRE
FRIMAN OIL & GAS CO INC 14560.00 R&B DYED #2
ROGER A FULLER 879.49 DOE HEALTH INSURANCE
GOLDEN WEST TELECOMMUNICATIONS 334.04 E-911
GROSSENBURG IMPLEMENT OF PIERR 640.41 R&B SUPPL
HOGEN'S HARDWARE HANK 74.40 GOV BLDG SUPP/REPAIRS & MAINT
KATIE J HRUSKA 1802.20 CRT APPT ATTRNY
HUGHES COUNTY FINANCE OFFICE 10090.00 APRIL 2017 JAIL BILL
TAYLOR HUGHES 91.00 MV REFUND
JACKIE HUSTED 90.52 EXTENSION/4-H TRAVEL
ANNIS IVERSEN 405.55 PROPERTY TAX REFUND
JC OFFICE SUPPLIES 68.22 FAIRGROUNDS SUPPL
JEFF LARSON LAW LLP 3999.22 CRT APPT ATTRNY
JIM HAWK TRUCK TRAILERS INC 5204.93 R&B TRUCK TARPS
KALEN JIMENEZ 20.00 SUBPOENA
MARK KATTERHAGEN 43.50 MENTAL ILLNESS
KCH LAW 283.51 MENTAL ILLNESS
ROBERT T KONRAD 931.33 CRT APPT ATTRNY
MALCOLM LA POINTE 20.00 SUBPOENA
LAWSON PRODUCTS INC 250.45 R&B SUPPL
LEWIS & CLARK BHS 160.00 MENTAL ILLNESS
LUCY LEWNO 341.42 MENTAL ILLNESS
LYNN'S DAKOTAMART 8.08 R&B SUPPL
THOMAS P MAHER 2729.41 MAY 2017 EXPENSES
MARSHALL & SWIFT/BOECKH LLC 1839.95 COMMERCIAL AG
CURT MERRIMAN PRINTING 189.00 4TH OF JULY
MICHAEL TODD & COMPANY INC 516.75 R&B SIGNS
MICROFILM IMAGING SYSTEMS INC 750.00 ROD EQUIP RENTAL
MIDCONTINENT COMMUNICATION 255.73 EXTENSION INTERNET
MINNEHAHA CO TREASURERS OFFICE 747.44 MARCH 2017 JAIL BILLING
MONICK PIPE & SUPPLY INC 30.08 GOV BLDG REPAIRS & MAINT
MONTANA-DAKOTA UTILITIES CO 97.95 COUNTY SHOP NATURAL GAS
MORENO LEE & BACHAND PC 47.00 MENTAL ILLNESS BOARD
NAPA 77.28 R&B SUPPL
NORTHWEST PIPE FITTINGS INC 43.66 FAIRGROUNDS REPAIRS & MAINT
OVERHEAD DOOR CO OF PIERRE 130.10 FAIRGROUNDS REPAIRS & MAINT
DARLIS D PERRY 480.00 ALCOHOL BLOOD TESTS
PETERSEN MOTORS INC 26.93 W&P 4-WHEELER
PITNEY BOWES 285.55 POSTAGE
PITNEY BOWES 208.65 POSTAGE
RDO EQUIPMENT COMPANY 828.72 R&B REPAIRS & MAINT
RITER ROGERS WATTIER & 1137.50 WAR CREEK ROAD
RIVER CITIES TRANSIT 18500.00 2017 ANNUAL SUPPORT
ROBINS WATER CONDITIONING INC 12.00 R&B SUPPL
MARLIN ROSELAND 98.40 MV REFUND
RUNNINGS SUPPLY INC 929.34 FAIRGROUNDS REPAIRS & MAINT
BRAD A SCHREIBER 171.74 CRT APPT ATTRNY
SD BUREAU OF ADMINISTRATION 89.75 OFFICE PHONES-BIT
SOUTH DAKOTA 60.00 MENTAL ILLNESS
SD DEPT OF LEGISLATIVE AUDITS 20030.60 2014-2015 STATE AUDIT
SD DEPT OF REVENUE 77581.05 MV & VITALS
SD FEDERAL PROPERTY AGENCY 2025.00 R&B EQUIPMENT
SD ASSN OF COUNTY COMMISSIONER 30.00 2017-2018 COUNTY DIRECTORY
SD ASSN OF COUNTY OFFICIALS 110.00 ROD M/P FUND
SD PUBLIC ASSURANCE ALLIANCE 222.93 TRACTOR INSURANCE
KARA SEMMLER 3610.10 CRT APPT ATTRNY
SERVALL UNIFORM/LINEN CO 70.78 R&B MAINT
STANLEY COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT 1207825.79 DUE TO SC SCHOOL
CASSIE STOESER 35.00 ANNUAL LIBRARY MEMBERSHIP
KAREN SWANDA 43.50 MENTAL ILLNESS
US POSTAL SERVICE 216.00 POST OFFICE BOX SERVICE FEE
VAN DIEST SUPPLY COMPANY 8300.15 W&P SUPPL
WALMART COMMUNITY 28.93 R&B SUPPL
WW TIRE SERVICE INC 2238.36 BACKHOE
XEROX CORPORATION 134.69 COPIER LEASE
YANKTON COUNTY 209.30 MENTAL ILLNESS HEARING
YANKTON COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPT 100.00 MENTAL ILLNESS
ZANDER AUTO PARTS 189.97 R&B SUPPL
Auditor’s Account with the Treasurer:
Cash on hand – $832.51
Checks, less than 3 days - $11,969.44
Postage - $100.00
Petty Cash - $215.00
First National Bank - $73,344.90
MKKT Account – First National Bank - $4,482,139.20
MKKT Account – Dakota Prairie Bank - $68,881.72
SD FIT - $6,017.44
Total - $4,557,038.36
Register of Deeds:
Regular Fees May 2017 - $2,003.51
Transfer Fees May 2017 - $702.00
Treasurer and Auditor Report: Treasurer Peggy Dougherty presented the Commissioners with the May bank statement and daily cash, delinquent real estate and mobile home taxes paid, tax trust, miscellaneous receipts (Grants, Register of Deeds receipts, etc.), investments and Money Market reports. Auditor Philena Edwards presented the Commissioners with the April Budget Expenditure Report showing each department’s expenses as of April 30, 2017, the Fiscal Revenue Report as of April 30, 2017, and the Outstanding Disbursements by account & budget remaining as of June 6, 2017.
SDML WC Fund: Stanley County has been honored for its 30 year membership in the SDML Workers’ Compensation Fund. The Fund is celebrating its 30 Year Anniversary by recognizing long-term loyal members with a plaque presented to by SDML Workers’ Compensation Fund Administrator, Brad Wilson. Brad presented the plaque to the Commissioners and thanked them for their long-term commitment with the program.
Emergency Management – Drought Disaster Declaration: Rob Fines stated that we are all aware of the drought. Stanley County needs to get a declaration in place. The NWS is predicting above average temperatures with low chance of precipitation.
Grow South Dakota: Jared Groos thanked the Commissioners for their continued support. Grow South Dakota invested $216,613 in Stanley County with weatherization and furnace repair, emergency assistance and small business lending in 2016. They provide many different programs such as housing counseling navigator to help individuals find the right health insurance, guidance and expertise to implementing planning for home ownership and improvements, just to name a few services they provide.
Stanley County School – PILT: Kim Fischer presented the Commissioners with the definition of U.S. Department of the Interior Payment in Lieu of Taxes. PILT are Federal payments to local governments that help offset losses in property taxes due to non-taxable Federal lands within their boundaries. PILT payments help local governments carry out such vital services as firefighting and police protection, construction of public schools and roads, and search-and-rescue operations. Kim asked the Commissioners to please consider the school when figuring the 2018 budget. Dr. Joel Price stated that there never seems to be enough funds to go around.
Director of Equalization – Add Omitted Property: Motion by Sonny Harrowa, second by Dennis Booth, to add Record #10479, omitted property to the tax roll 2016 pay 2017. Total taxable valuation of $12,460, total tax due $210.64. All voted Aye. Motion Carried.
County Health Nurse – Quarterly Report: Carmella Bourk presented the Commissioners with the Community Health Nursing Quarterly Statistics. This report includes assessments for blood pressure checks, immunizations, vision, hearing, dental, and health, WIC Certifications and caseload issued vouchers, secondary nutrition counseling, and Reach Out & Read Books. Carmella held a DTAP and meningococcal clinic at the school in March. One day a month, Carmella travels to Kadoka/Jackson County to work and she has presented Growing Up classes at the school. WIC is eliminating the vouchers and replacing them with e-cards.
4-H: Amy Mesman presented the Commissioners with 4-H report. Total enrollment for the 2016-2017 4-H year is 284; 142 from Hughes County; 81 from Stanley County; and 61 from Sully County. 4-H has been busy with junior livestock shows, family & consumer science show, fundraisers, recognition events, horse judging, archery, Ag field day, tri-state horse show, market beef weigh-ins, horse safety, dog projects, shooting sports events, sheep, swine and goat weigh-ins and more.
Amy feels the transaction of having an Extension Director to just having an administrative assistant has been smooth, Jackie Husted has been doing very well and keeping very busy. 4-H is putting in for a Grant to help with programs for the kids. Amy thanked the Commissioners for their continued support of the 4-H program.
Log Cabin: Deb Schiefelbein had a group of over 70 people from the Retired Teacher Association tour the old school. The log cabin, school and train depot are open and ready for the season. The log cabins’ new roof is complete and it looks nice. Blackburn Basement has fixed the basement. They discovered some broken sprinkler pipes and Dakota Landscaping is working on fixing them. Rocky Curtis will replace the windows in July 2017. Deb has submitted a Grant to save the old jail. The Commissioners thanked Deb for all her hard work and dedication, the area around the log cabin looks very nice.
PAWS – Stray Animal Ordinance: Brenda Manning would like to see Stanley County adopt an ordinance for stray animals. As to date, there isn’t a policy or ordinance for what to do with stray animals within the County. Brenda presented the Commissioners with a proposed ordinance for animal control. Tom P. Maher will review it, do some research, and will work with law enforcement and Brenda.
RDO – John Deere Motor Grader: Wade Iszler presented the Commissioners with a Minnesota bid for a 2017 John Deere 772 GP Motor Grader. It comes with an 84 months, 7500 hour warranty. Includes snow wing, rear-view camera is optional. The Minnesota bid is set to expire September 2017, if we are interested in this bid, the motor grader will not be ready for delivery for 5 months.
Fairgrounds: Aaron Brewer informed the Commissioners that the Casey Tibbs Match of Champions went well. Need to get better handicap signage and build a ramp on the north side of the bleacher. Aaron has sprayed all the weeds, except around the track, he plans to weed eat next week.
Troy Ventura would like to rent the fairgrounds for the Indian Rodeo June 17, 2017, the finals this fall, and possibly make it an annual event. They asked if the County could help with prize monies. The Commissioners agreed to $2,500.00, with the stipulation that the County gets all the concession and ½ the gate until the County makes back $2,500.00.
Aaron has spoken to Fresh Start Convenience Store in Fort Pierre about doing the concessions for little events. They will do the beer and food concessions, the County will get 20% of gross income. Fresh Start will bring in their own equipment and take care of everything. Aaron also suggested that since there are 4 windows in the food concession area, there could be 4 different food vendors. Commissioner Harrowa stated that the electrical will need to be updated and brought up to code before any extra equipment can be used. Aaron will contact an electrician.
Chairman Iversen asked about sponsors for the 4th of July Rodeo. Aaron stated he has been around town, handed out more brochures and he has some out-of-town people to call. Things are tight with all that is going on in the community. He has 80 more calls to make. Aaron’s goal is to get $20,000.00 in sponsorships, then he is done.
Central SD Enhancement District – County Site Analysis Program: Emeline Hoblick presented a PowerPoint showing locations that would accommodate concentrated animal feeding operations development (CAFO) or agriculturally-related commercial/industrial development (AID) in Stanley County. The analysis does not make claim that identified sites are the only sites for development in the county. The analysis identified potential sites that met very specific criteria. The purpose for the analysis is to identify where the best place for CAFO and AID development could occur within a county that met local development controls and also had adequate infrastructure. The methodology is the proximity to three-phase electricity supply, rural water system, rural residences and communities, and rail, capacity of rural water system, existing zoning districts and buildable parcel. This is the only database built in the state based on parcel, electricity, rural water, road and zoning data. It has the ability to do in-depth query analysis and to contact landowners. Siting of CAFO/AID facilities, counties use GIS database to verify a potential site and to respond to GOED RFP request.
Stanley County has 34 good sites for low water CAFO and 15 good sites for high water CAFO. There are 4 good sites for low water AID and 4 good sites for high water AID.
Motion by Scott Deal, second by Sonny Harrowa, to accept and approve Chairman Iversen to sign the 2018 Joint Cooperative Agreement between Central South Dakota Enhancement District and Stanley County. All voted Aye. Motion Carried.
Highway Department: Lee Smith stated that the highway department has been hauling a lot of gravel. They have been laying gravel on north Hayes road, all the way to Mission Ridge, all the gravel at Fravels pit has been used up. Gravel has been laid on County Line Road and War Creek Road, they are hauling out of the Stroup pit. Lee’s plan is to gravel one full section of the county roads before moving to the next section.
Lee and Commissioner Harrowa will look at a section in the SW corner of the county for possible Hoary Cress. The county has had it under control, but some landowners believe they have discovered some. Lee needs to contact the railroad to make sure they are spraying for weeds.
Motion by Sonny Harrowa, second by Scott Deal, to approve new hire of Keva Briggs, Highway Administrative Assistant, at $14.50 per hour, plus benefits, with 50¢ wage increase at 6 months, 12 months and 18 months, with supervisor approval, plus any cost of living increase approved by Commissioners for all county employees. All voted Aye. Motion Carried.
American Legion Post 20 Raffle: Motion by Craig Heller, second by Scott Deal, to approve American Legion Post 20 to conduct a raffle. All voted Aye. Motion Carried.
WIC Contract: Motion by Dennis Booth, second by Craig Heller, to accept and approve Chairman Iversen to sign the 2018 WIC Contract. All voted Aye. Motion Carried.
Executive Session – Personnel – SDCL 1-25-2(1): Motion by Sonny Harrowa, second by Scott Deal, to go into Executive Session-Personnel-SDCL 1-25-2(1) at 7:31 P.M. All voted Aye. Motion Carried.
Motion by Craig Heller, second by Scott Deal, to reconvene at 7:57 P.M. All voted Aye. Motion Carried.
Upcoming Workshops: SDACO Budget Training in June; Oahe District Meeting in July
Adjournment: Motion by Craig Heller, second by Sonny Harrowa, to adjourn at 7:58 P.M. All voted Aye. Motion Carried.
ATTEST: BOARD OF STANLEY COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
Philena Edwards, Auditor Dana Iversen, Chairman