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Official Proceedings

Board of County Commissioners

November 6, 2014

The board of County Commissioners met at 9:00 a.m. in the commissioner’s room at the county courthouse with Commissioners Morrell Fuehrer, Richard Quaschnick, Alvin Fjeldheim, and Scott Rau, and Aldine Mittleider present. States Attorney Mark Kroontje and Orland Geigle, Prairie Pioneer were also present.

Chairperson Fuehrer called the meeting to order.

Commissioner Fjeldheim moved, Rau seconded, to approve minutes of the October 7, 2014 meeting as published. Aye 5 Nay 0 Motion carried. CANVASS OF VOTES

The board completed the canvass of the November 4, 2014 General Election. No changes or corrections were noted to the unofficial count. Totals were submitted to the Secretary of State as the official count for Campbell County. DATES OF CLOSING

The courthouse will be closed November 11 for Veterans Day and November 27 & 28 for the Thanksgiving Holiday.

Commissioner Quaschnick moved to close the courthouse at 3:00 p.m. on December 24 and close December 26th for the Christmas holiday. Commissioner Mittleider seconded. Aye 5 Nay 0 Motion carried. INTERVIEW

Commissioners held an interview with Ethan Kocher for the highway worker position. EXECUTIVE SESSION

Commissioner Rau moved to go into executive session at 9:50 for personnel. Commissioner Fuehrer seconded. Aye 5 Nay 0 Motion carried.

Board came out of executive session at 10:37 a.m. EMPLOYEE HIRED

Commissioner Mittleider moved to hire Ethan Kocher as a Highway Worker at $15.36 per hour effective November 10, 2014. Commissioner Quaschnick seconded. Aye 5 Nay 0 Motion Carried. HIGHWAY SUPT. APPOINTED

Commissioner Fjeldheim moved to appoint Otto Stapel as County Highway Superintendent effective November 10, 2014 at $41,579 annual salary. Commissioner Rau seconded. Aye 5 Nay 0 Motion carried. HIGHWAY

Commissioner Rau moved to enter into a haul road agreement with the South Dakota Department of Transportation. Commissioner Quaschnick seconded. Aye 5 Nay 0 Motion carried.

Highway department will remain on a four 10-hour work day schedule through Thanksgiving.

Discussed pot holes on highway 271.

The county will pay one time for CDL testing for employees required to obtain a CDL for their employment.

Instructed the auditor to continue paying Highway Foreman Terry Bauer the additional acting highway superintendent rate of $400.00 for November 2014. EXECUTIVE SESSION

Commissioner Fjeldheim moved to go in to executive session at 11:12 a.m. for legal issues. Commissioner Rau seconded. Aye 5 Nay 0 Motion carried.

Board came out of executive session at 11:30 a.m. No action taken. EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT

Lawrence Goehring met with the board and reported on emergency management activities. Goehring is working on getting sites designated as disaster recovery stations that would be used in case of emergencies.

Campbell County has been awarded $17,047.32 in homeland security grant funds. The county had submitted a grant application of $19,154.27. All requests were decreased by 11% enabling the counties which applied for the grants to receive 89% of their requests. The amount has been designated for a generator for the courthouse.

Winter weather preparedness guide is available.

Kendall Alldinger, Regional Emergency Manager Coordinator met with the board briefly on emergency management activities.

Board recessed at 12:10 p.m.

Board reconvened at 12:55 p.m. OTHER

Campbell County Bank dinner will be December 2, 2014 at Bernie’s.

Board was informed that 4-H has enrolled 6 new members. HEALTH INSURANCE RENEWAL

Health insurance renewal information was distributed to the board. The new rates reflect a 3.18% increase in premium. No action taken. SHERIFF

Sheriff report for the month of October was distributed to the board.

Walworth County will be holding a meeting November 20, 2014 at the Walworth County Courthouse to discuss jail issues. PLAT

A plat was presented to the board for their review. Commissioner Mittleider moved to approve the following plat. Commissioner Fjeldheim seconded. Aye 5 Nay 0 Motion carried.

“Be it resolved by the county commission of Campbell County, South Dakota, that the plat showing “West Pollock Resort Outlots in the SW1/4 of Section 19, Township 128 North, Range 78 West of the 5th P.M., Campbell County, South Dakota” having been examined is hereby approved in accordance with the provisions of SDCL of 1967, Chapter 11-3, and any amendments thereof.” UNRESERVED UNDESIGNATED FUND BALANCE

As per SDCL 7-21-18.1 the unreserved, undesignated fund balance of the general fund of the county as of March thirty-first and September thirtieth shall be published in the minutes of the proceedings of the board of county commissioners and reported to the Department of Legislative Audit. The unreserved, undesignated fund balance of the general fund for Campbell County was $570,842.96 as of September 30, 2014. APPLICATION AND PETITION FOR FRANCHISE

Commissioner Rau moved to set a hearing on an application and petition for franchise for FEM Electric Association, Inc. on December 2, 2014 at 9:15 a.m. Commissioner Fjeldheim seconded. Aye 5 Nay 0 Motion carried. PAYROLL

October 2014 gross salaries by department for officials and employees. Commissioners, $ 2,325.00; Auditor, 4,539.79; Treasurer, 4,539.79; States Attorney, 3,337.92; Custodian, 1,431.36; Director of Equalization, 4,539.79; Register of Deeds, 4,539.79; Veterans Service, 468.00; Sheriff, 6,727.44; Ambulance, 550.00; Extension, 255.00; Weed & Pest, 153.60; Economic Develop., 2,006.67; Highway, 21,006.22; AFLACcounty match Group Insurance, 627.94; Blue Cross Blue Shield-county match Health Ins, 20,682.61; South Dakota Retirement-co match Retirement, 3,319.24; EFTPScounty match Social Security, 3,909.41 CLAIMS

Commissioner Mittleider moved to approve the following claims. Commissioner Quaschnick seconded. Aye 5 Nay 0 Motion carried.

A&B Business Inc. 643.72. Supply; Carol Ackerman, 103.21, Election Work; Best Western Ramkota Inn, 91.99, Economic Develop-Room; Kristi Brandt, 17.00, Transcript Hearing; Broz Law Office, Prof LLC, 707.80, Court Appoint. Attny; Butler Machinery, 1,256.73, Filters & Oil; Cam-Wal Electric Cooperative, 47.25, Lake Campbell Electric.; Campbell Co Conservation Dist, 2,421.50, Lake Campbell Maint.; Campbell County CPR Committiee., 180.00, CPR Recertification; Campbell County Collision, 2,328.65, Repair 2013 Tahoe; Connecting Point, 490.00, Treas. Computer Repair; Connecting Point, 1,249.00, Computer Sheriff; Creative Product Sourcing Inc, 107.90, Supply-Sheriff; Michelle Delzer, 110.17, Election Work; FedEx, 11.81, Mailing Fee; Alvin Fjeldheim, 37.00, Mileage; Kathleen Fuehrer, 110.17, Election Work; Orland Geigle, 122.42, Election Work; Lawrence Goehring, 94.25, Election Work; Lester Goehring, 25.42, Supply-Ink; Marion Goehring, 104.25, Election Work; GTC Auto Parts Inc, 28.30, Shop Supply; Ralph Hanson, 1,104.58, Mileage/Expense; Heartland Publishing Inc, 3,843.90, Publishing; Herreid Post Master, 34.00, Box Rent/Ambulance; Herreid Senior Center, 30.00, Rent; Herreid Super Stop, 99.72, Ambulance Fuel; Huber & Son, 1,156.28, Shop Supply; Huber & Son, 290.69, Service & Rotate Tires; Intoximeters Inc, 690.00, Intoximeters; Jensen Rock & Sand Inc, 137,271.96, Gravel Crushing; Elaine Kanable, 104.25, Election Work; Mark Kroontje, 1,094.25, Monthly Expense; Lar-Jo’s, 246.00, Election Supply; Deb Larson, 125.64, Election Work; Jenna Malsom, 119.14; Mileage, Marco Inc, 205.71, Copy Machine Rent; Drs McClellan

& Swanson, 111.00, Prisoner Care; Mound City Community Center, 30.00, Election Rent; MDU, 583.09, Electricity;Mid Dakota Vegetation Manage, 14,546.01, Spraying; Aldine Mittleider, 19.24, Mileage; North Central Farmers Elevator, 15,240.94, Supply-Fuel & Posts; Lacey Perman, 42.89, Supply,; Pollock Visitor Center, 30.00, Election Rent; Mound City Post Office, 229.00, Postage; Praxair Distribution Inc, 83.66, Ambulance Supply; Bernice Pudwill, 110.17, Election Work; Richard Quaschnick, 81.40, Mileage; Radarsign, 2,690.00, Speed Board; Ramada- Mitchell, 180.00, Room- Dware Training; Scott Rau, 29.60, Mileage; Deb Ritter, 91.74, Election Work; Paige Ross-Meyer, 152.12, Election Work; Shelby J Rossow, 116.09, Election Work; Runnings, 110.74, Shop Supply; Susan Schuetzle, 104.25, Election Work; SD Dept of Transportation, 19,101.33, 2014 Striping; SD Veterans Service Officer Assoc, 50.00, 2014 Dues; SDSU Extension, 25.00, Registration; Servall Uniform & Linen, 99.88, Supply & Service; Sheehan Mack Sales & Equipment, 714.67, Repairs Truck #0506; Slater Oil & LP Gas, 6,269.54, Propane; Linda Steiger, 99.51, Election Work; Valley Telco, 906.92, Phone & Internet Service,; Betty Van Beek, 100.63, Election Work; Van Diest Supply Company, 762.50, Pocket Gopher Bait; Verizon Wireless, 281.96, Cell Phone Service; Walworth County Sheriff’s Dept, 1,550.00, Prisoner Care; Web Water, 55.98, Water Used. AUDITOR’S ACCOUNT WITH THE COUNTY TREASURER

Total amount of deposits
in bank..........$1,320,851.99
Total amount
of actual cash......... 873.52
Total amount
of checks.......... 198,039.42
Money on
Commissioner Rau moved
to adjourn the meeting at
2:50 p.m. Commissioner
Fjeldheim seconded. Aye 5
Nay 0 Motion carried. Next
regular monthly meeting December 2, 2014 at 9:00 a.m.
Morrell Fuehrer,
Lisa Schaefbauer,

Published once at the total
approximate cost of $85.62


The Herreid City Council is now accepting sealed bids to lease 33 acres more or less of agricultural/hay land on Section (6) township one hundred twenty seven (127) North Range, seventy Six (76) west of the fifth Principal Meridian Campbell County, South Dakota. Sealed bids will be accepted up until the time of opening at 7:45 p.m. on Monday, December 1, 2014 at the Herreid City Hall.

The lease agreement will go into effect March 1, 2015.

The City has the right to accept or reject any or all bids. Please mark all sealed bids “Airport Bid”

Tina Kary
Finance Officer
City of Herreid
Published three time at the
approximate cost of $16.90




Notice is hereby given that the Campbell County Board of Commissioners will at their meeting in Mound City, South Dakota on Tuesday, December 2, 2014 at 9:30 a.m. consider the transfer of applications for the following:

Retail (on-sale) liquor to operate outside of municipalities for licensing year of 2014.


Retail (on-off sale) Malt Beverage to operate outside of municipalities

(July 1, 2014 to June 30, 2015)

Current License Holder: West Pollock Resort LLC

Trade Name: West Pollock Resort


Transfer Applicant: Kim M Moser

Trade Name: Oahe Sunset Lodging & Steakhouse

Legal Description of License Premise:

Outlot 2 West Pollock Resort Outlots in Sec 19 T128N Range 78W

Previous Legal Description of License Premise:

Lot 2 of Jensen Outlot in the SWI/4 of Section 19 Township 128

Range 78

Type of Licenses: Retail (on-sale) Liquor and Sunday sales license

Retail (on-off sale) Malt Beverage license

Notice is hereby given that any person or persons or their attorney may appear at such scheduled hearing to present any arguments for or against said transfer applicant that they may have.

Dated at Mound City, South Dakota this 24th day of November 2014.

Lisa Schaefbauer
Campbell County,
South Dakota
Published one time at the
approximate cost of $15.25



NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT the Herreid City Council in and for the City of Herreid, South Dakota will open bids for the city’s garbage hauling contract on Monday, December 1, 2014 at 8:00 p.m. at City Hall, 102 Main St. N., PO Box 676, Herreid, SD 57632-0676. Received sealed bids will be opened publicly and read aloud. Bids should be for a 3-year contract, effective March 1, 2015 through February, 28, 2018. All envelopes with the enclosed bid should be sealed and clearly marked “Garbage Hauling Bid.” Required bid specifications are available from the Finance Officer and must be requested at least 5 days prior to bid letting. The spec sheet MUST be signed and returned with the actual bid. The City reserves the right to accept or reject any or all bids, and to award the contract in the best interest of the City of Herreid. For more information and/or a spec sheet, please call the finance office at (605) 437-2302.

Tina Kary
Finance Officer
Published three time at the
approximate cost of $25.35

The South Dakota Department of Environment and
Natural Resources (DENR)
has received an application
for the issuance of a Surface Water Discharge (SWD)
permit from the following
Town of Pollock
Located about ½ mile
southeast of the town in the
Northwest ¼ of Section 22,
Township 128 North, Range
78 West, in Campbell County
PO Box 57,
Pollock, SD 57648

The renewal of the Surface Water Discharge permit will allow the discharge of treated wastewater from the Town of Pollock’s wastewater treatment facility. Any discharge from this facility will enter LAKE OAHE (MISSOURI RIVER). LAKE OAHE (MISSOURI RIVER) has been assigned the following beneficial uses:

(1) Domestic water supply waters;

(2) Coldwater permanent fish life propagation waters;

(7) Immersion recreation waters;

(8) Limited contact recreation waters;

(9) Fish and wildlife propagation, recreation, and stock watering waters; and

(10) Irrigation waters.

(11) Commerce and Industry waters.

Tentative determinations regarding the water quality limits for any discharge and other conditions have been made by DENR. The Surface Water Discharge permit specifies the quality of water that can be discharged and still protect the uses of the receiving water. The proposed discharge permit and supporting document are available from DENR at the address listed below.

In accordance with the Administrative Rules of South Dakota, Chapter 74:50:02, any person desiring to comment on the Department's recommendation for the conditional issuance of this permit must submit written comments to the below address within the specified thirty (30) day comment period. Comments may be directed to the following address: South Dakota Department of Environment and Natural Resources, Division of Environmental Services, Surface Water Quality Program, Joe Foss Building, 523 East Capitol, Pierre, SD 57501-3181. Any person desiring a public hearing must file a petition which complies with the ARSD 74:50:02. If no objections are received within the specified 30-day period, the Secretary will issue final determinations within sixty days of the date of this notice.

Additional information may be obtained by calling Kathleen Grigg, with DENR, at (605) 773-3351, or by writing to the address listed above.

Steven M. Pirner
Published one time at the
approximate cost of $25.50

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