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August 2010

LINCOLN COUNTY COMMISSION
July 13, 2010
The Lincoln County Board of Commissioners met at 8:30 A.M. on July 13, 2010 with members Jason Melcher, David Gillespie, Jim Schmidt, Dennis Weeldreyer and Dale Long present. The meeting was called to order with the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag. The Auditor was Clerk of the Board.
A motion by Long and seconded by Weeldreyer that the minutes of July 6, 2010 be approved. Motion carried.
Mileage logs for county vehicles were presented for June, 2010.
The Sheriff’s Mileage report for the month of June 2010 was presented.
Motion by Weeldreyer and seconded by Long to authorize the 911 Coordinator to replace the repeater in Fairview. Motion carried.
Motion by Gillespie and seconded by Weeldreyer to approve out of county travel for Jessica Sommervold to travel to Sioux Falls, SD for a Wage-Hour and FMLA Seminar for SD Public Agencies on August 19, 2010. Motion carried.
RESOLUTION: BE IT RESOLVED that the Lincoln County Board of County Commissioners do hereby support the Vietnam Memorial Education Center. Motion by Melcher and seconded by Gillespie. All Commissioners voted “Aye”.
RESOLUTION: WHEREAS the Notice of Hearing was published for the transfer of Retail on-sale Liquor License from Truck Towne, Carlson Tract 2, South Half of the Southwest Quarter (S1/2SW1/4) of Section 31, Township 96, North, Lincoln County, SD to Smitty’s Pub, Carlson Tract 2, South Half of the Southwest Quarter (S1/2SW1/4) of Section 31, Township 96, North, Lincoln County, SD, NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the transfer be approved for the 2010 license period and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that Sunday sales be authorized.  Motion by Gillespie and seconded by Long. All Commissioners voted “Aye”.
Motion by Long and seconded by Gillespie to issue a letter of support to the South Dakota Association of County Commissioners for the 911 Surcharge Resolution passed by the Bennett County Board of Commissioners to temporarily increase the 911 surcharge to help defray the cost of 911 PSAP and 911 responder costs until the State makes a final decision on a permanent funding protocol. Motion and second were withdrawn.
Motion by Melcher and seconded by Weeldreyer to authorize the Chairman to execute the POD grant application by and between Lincoln County and the South Dakota Department of Health. Motion carried.
Motion by Long and seconded by Melcher to authorize the Chairman to execute the Business Associate Agreement by and between Lincoln County and Total Administrative Services Corporation. Motion carried.
Motion by Long and seconded by Weeldreyer that Lincoln County draft and sponsor a resolution to be presented to the SDACC rules committee to authorize counties to perform short term borrowing when grant funds will be received as reimbursement for the payment of the loan. Motion carried.
Motion by Weeldreyer and seconded by Gillespie to authorize the County Treasurer to accept partial payment of taxes in the amount of $44.43 by July 31, 2010 on parcel no. 210.10.32.003A and the sum of $100.00 per month toward parcel no. 210.20.31.010 which payment shall be due on the 30th day of each month beginning August 31, 2010 and continuing on the same day of each month thereafter until the balance due and owing Lincoln County, together with the accrued interest, is paid in full.  Motion carried.
RESOLUTION: An ordinance to provide for the recovery of costs associated with development and maintenance of Lincoln County’s Geographic Information System and the provision of this data to members of the public and for setting forth the terms and conditions by which users of the Geographic Information Systems Data will be bound.
WHEREAS
, the County of Lincoln has incurred costs to establish a Geographic Information System (GIS) which serves as the foundation for all mapping and GIS application development performed by the County; and
WHEREAS, members of the public often request copies of maps and/or other compilations of GIS data created for governmental purposes; and
WHEREAS, the County incurs certain costs for searching, producing and delivering GIS data to frequent users of the GIS data; and
WHEREAS, the County desires to implement measures to protect the GIS data from improper use or dissemination by members of the public, as well as to protect the County from liability for any errors or discrepancies that may be contained in the GIS data; and
WHEREAS, the County has determined that its interests are best served by the enactment of an ordinance providing for licensed use of the GIS data which will further provide that members of the public must comply with certain restrictions on the use and dissemination of the GIS data as a condition of its use;
BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF LINCOLN COUNTY:
SECTION 1. Geographic Information System
1. Geographic Information System Data.
(a) The Geographic Information Services Department shall implement and maintain a Geographic Information System (GIS) primarily for the use of the various agencies of Lincoln County and, as authorized by the County Commissioners herein, for the limited use of other persons or entities. The GIS or the GIS data may be further defined in writing by the GIS Coordinator and shall be made up of digital data (GIS data) electronically created, collected, formatted, manipulated or otherwise maintained by the Lincoln County Geographic Information Services Department.
(b) License Agreement is required.
It shall be a Class 2 misdemeanor for any person or entity, to acquire, maintain, or use for any application the GIS data without first authorizing a License Agreement issued by and upon such form as designated by the Lincoln County Geographic Information Services Department.
The individual or entity that has obtained licensed use of the GIS data from Lincoln County shall not sublicense, assign, lease, post on the internet, transfer, sell, abuse or intend to abuse as to commit harm, allow the use of, permit access to, distribute, allow interactive rights to, or otherwise make the GIS data available to any other person or entity.
The Lincoln County Board of Commissioners may grant to other government/ public entities, institutions, organizations or individuals, access to the GIS data in exchange for desired like valued data or at no cost to the government entities, institutions, organizations or individual
Any GIS data user will have an ongoing and continual duty to notify any employees, agents, contractors or other individuals having access to the GIS data as a part of the authorized use of the GIS data, of the restrictions set forth in this section and to ensure that the employees, agents, contractors or other individuals comply with the same;
All licensed users and the public acknowledge and understand that the GIS data is not a legally recorded map, survey, or legal document and that the GIS data may contain errors; the GIS data is for reference only and may not be used or relied upon in any other way;
All licensed users and the public acknowledge and understand that Lincoln County has provided the GIS data on an “as is” basis and makes no representations, guarantees or warranties regarding the GIS data whatsoever, including but not limited to representations, guarantees or warranties that the GIS data is fit for any purpose, or is accurate, complete or correct; and further that Lincoln County expressly disclaims any and all liability of any nature whatsoever arising out of any use of the GIS data by any person or entity;
All licensed GIS data users and the public shall defend, release, indemnify and save and hold harmless Lincoln County and its officers, agents and employees from any and all claims, damages, demands, liabilities, losses, actions, suits, costs, expenses, legal fees, judgments, causes of action, or other legal, equitable or administrative proceedings of any kind whatsoever, of or by anyone whomsoever, regardless of the legal theory(ies) upon which premised, which in any way result from, are connected with, or arise out of, directly or indirectly, the actions or omissions of any person or entity in connection with any use of the GIS data obtained by any person or entity from Lincoln County, whether such use is authorized or unauthorized, by any person or entity, including actions or omissions of any person or entity, officers, employees, agents, representatives, invitees, subscription holders, data users, sub-consultants, or any other individual obtaining access to the GIS data provided by Lincoln County;
All licensed GIS data users shall, upon request from Lincoln County, use its best efforts to assist Lincoln County in identifying any unauthorized use of the GIS data by any person or entity that may have gained possession of the GIS data provided by the Lincoln County;
All licensed GIS data users acknowledge and understand that any use it makes of the GIS data that is not in compliance with this section or provided for by written permission from Lincoln County will cause irreparable harm and significant injury to Lincoln County and that Lincoln County may seek and obtain injunctive relief against the subscription holders, data requestors, or any person or entity, for acting or threatening to engage in or facilitate the unauthorized use of the GIS data, in addition to any other equitable or legal remedies that may be available to Lincoln County.
Fees for GIS data. The GIS data shall be available in such formats or products and for such costs and fees as are set forth in the Lincoln County, South Dakota Spatial Data Products and Services Order Form and may be adjusted as necessary, by resolution of the Lincoln County Board of Commissioners
SECTION 2. Severability and Separability
Should any Section, Sub-section or Provision of these GIS Regulations be declared by a court of competent jurisdiction to be invalid or unconstitutional, such decision shall not affect the validity or constitutionality of the GIS Ordinance as a whole or any part thereof other than the part so declared to be invalid or unconstitutional. Motion by Melcher and seconded by Weeldreyer. All Commissioners voted “Aye”.
Motion by Long and seconded by Melcher to authorize the Chairman to execute the Termination of Ground Lease Agreement by Mutual Consent for Lease Site K, Unit 6 by and between Lincoln County and the Vanguard Squadron Inc., Lease Site P, Unit 3 by and between Lincoln County and Kim Kusch and Lease Site Q, Unit 1, by and between Lincoln County and David and Ryan Good. Motion carried.
The following claims were approved:
General Fund: Jurors, fees & mileage Ahrendt, Valorie $129.60; Almond, Roger $26.28; Alsobrook, Jolene $21.10; Anacker, Debbie $176.60; Becker, Megan $54.04; Bendt, Lisa $24.80; Benson, Kristiana $164.40; Black, Nelan $62.58; Blanchard, Joel $194; Blankespoor, Brenda $259.20; Boyum, Thomas $13.70; Brandes, Karen $81.44; Breske, Calvin $57; Brown, Jenny $114; Bruns, Sharon $23.32; Buchholz, Jeanne 124.80; Chambers, Caryla 24.80; Damron, Sally $264.40; Demore, Andrew 61.10; Dickerson, Ian $433.20; Donley, William $189.96; Drew, Brian $132.56; Eichacker, Daniel $35.90; Ekle, Betty $50.74; Elliott, Kimberly $51.08; Faber, Larry $17.40; Falkingham, Austin $25.54; Fodness, Mackenzie $39.24; Foss, Jeremy $97; Freiberg, Lisa $63.32; Fritz, Pamela $72.20; Gass, Kimberly $135.52; Gilbertson, Curtis $19.62; Green, Ronda $28.50; Haar, Joshua $32.20; Hanson, Brenda $152.22; Harris, Ryan $24.80; Harris, Sara $24.80; Hastings, Eric $21.48; Henderson, Bruce $23.32; Hildebrand, Julie $137; Hoffmann, Gina $26.28; Hostetler, Shane $28.50; Jensen, LaJean $132.56; Johnson, Gary $15.18; Jones, Marilyn $128.12; Jongeling, Ryan $25.54; Jorgensen, Anna $59.62; Kautz, Dennis $69.98; Klemisch, Abigail $137; Klinger, Sara $64.80; Klinghagen, Brian $24.80; Koch, Amy $25.54; Kruse, Eugene $24.80; Kruse, Steven $24.80; Larson, Jeremy $64.80; Larson, Mark $17.40; Legg, Casey $101.48; Leloux, Marcus $25.54; Ling, Ryan $24.80; Lundquist, Kenneth $92.56; Luther, Joshua $64.80; Mason, Scott $137; Matzen, Mary $28.50; McKee, Angela $72.20; Mendelson, Gale $24.80; Miss, Anita $27.02; Morck, Roger $21.48; Mulder, Terry $28.50; Muller, Kimberly $23.32; Munro, Abigail $21.10; Neiman, Larissa $24.80; Nelson, Mindy $21.10; Obrien, Cherylann $24.80; Ochsner, Greg $57; Pederson, Eric $69.98; Petersen, Jeffrey $89.60; Peterson, Mark $49.60; Plucker, Donna $101.48; Poole, Diane $28.50; Posegate, Darrel $32.20; Quartier, Lisa $30.72; Radel, Sarah $24.80; Rasmussen, Randall $52.56; Reit, Jerilyn $42.20; Rhode, Timothy $34.80; Rolfing, Margie $32.20; Roti, Carol $113.32; Rucker, Karen $24.44; Ruiz, Colleen $119.24; Schaaf, Sarah $29.98; Schnabel, Cyndi $24.80; Schneider, Francis $137; Schouten, Danyel $59.96; Shemon, Kimberly $64.80; Short, Kasey $14.44; Slack, Brian $64.40; Springer, Eric $50.74; Stansbury, Erin $27.02; Sterrett, Thomas $69.98; Stoffers, Laura $119.24; Streifel, Lynne $28.50; Streifel, Thomas $194.40; Stucky, Jamie $77.76; Thompson, Craig $21.48; Tripp, Douglas $24.80; Vanbruggen, Marlys $64.06; Vanderstouwe, Teresa $154.40; VanEgdom, Jacob $129.60; Vaske, Maren $183.30; Versteeg, Lawrence $49.60; Wiebe, Diana $28.88; Wiebers, Lynn $64.40; Wieczorek, Kenneth $108.88; Wilken, Nikki $100.37; Williams, Cheryl $23.32; Wilson, Maxine $60.36; Woitzel, Troy $58.48. A & B Pure Water Online, water/coffee $57.65; Alco, supplies $4.79; Craig Andersen, mileage $18.50; Automated Security, fire alarm repairs $1,570; Avera McKennan Hospital, med records $44.10; mental health holds $1,383.38; prisoner care $939.70; Avera University Psychiatry, MI evals/hosp admits $825.64; David L Bergendahl, grand jury transcripts $168; Berreau Law Office, pub def contract/fees $20,686.92; Best Business Products, copier maint contract $118.08; Breyfogle's Plumbing/Heating, parts & repairs $1,400.51; Brown & Saenger, supplies $176.58; Bubba's Quality Auto Parts, parts $60.64; Builders Supply, keys $12.78; City of Canton, utilities $707.63; CDW-G Inc, supplies $72.39; Century Business Products, copier lease/maint $233.68; Doug Chaulk, mileage $192.03; Chemco, supplies $43.20; Clark Engineering Corp, plat reviews $1,757.50; Don Cole, mowing $75; Community Health Clinic, prisoner care $65; Countryside Convenience, fuel $154.59; Culligan Water Conditioning, softener tank service $21.25; Dakotabilities, 6 clients $1,080; Election Systems & Software, maint/support $234; Empire Business Systems, checks $1,009.50; Eric Eneboe, mileage $317.83; John Erpenbach QMHP, MI evals $202.50; Express Attorney Services, serve papers $54.50; Farmers State Bank, coin sets $291.25; David Gillespie, mileage $137.48; Great Plains Psychological, psych eval $2,170; Sandra Guzman, interpreter $75; Haisch Pharmacy, supplies $70.70; Harmelink, Fox & Ravnsborg, MI hearing $172; Independent Publishing, publishing $695.63; Interstate Office Products, supplies $363.67; Johnson Controls, maint agreement $9,136.98; KB's True Value, supplies $101.07; Knology, phone usage $1,323.53; Kelley Kruger, mileage $61.42; Ronald Larson, mileage $3.70; Lincoln Co Conservation District, 1st half allocation $10,000; Lincoln Co Open Class, annual fee $65; Lincoln Co Rural Water, county assistance $78.70; Lutheran Social Services, interpreter $88.10; MCPC Inc, supplies $205.32; Medical X-Ray Center, county assistance $2,452.88; Med-Tech Resource, supplies $119.03; Jason Melcher, mileage $17.02; Menards, supplies $13.31; Metro Communications, tape requests $30; MidAmerican Energy, utilities $352.09; Minnehaha Co Human Services, monthly poor relief $5,098; Minnehaha Co Regional JDC, child care $3,220; Minnehaha Co Trs, blood draws $550; boarding fees $31,755; NACO, registration $930; National Notary Assoc, notary renewal $71; Chad Nelson, mileage $14.06; Irene Ness, folding chairs $999.26; Novak Sanitary Service, garbage & recycling $136.67; June Nusz, mileage $11.10; Ophthalmology Ltd, prisoner care $107.81; Orthopedic Institute, county assistance $1,148.37; Otis Elevator, service agreement $204; Pedersen Machines, vehicle maint $55.98; Scott Peters, MI board $402; Peterson, Stuart & Rumpca, pub def contract $8,000; Pioneer Drug, jail meds $958.17; Pizza Ranch, jury meals $53.45; Postmaster, postage due trust $25; Pump'n Pak, fuel $65.83; Quill, supplies $217.50; Ron's Classic, vehicle repairs $191.51; Mark Rowen, supplies/mileage $219.38; Rural Route 1 Services, mats $84.45; Tammy Schanche, horse judge $200; SD Dept of Public Safety, boiler inspection $120; SD State Trs, alcohol/drug tests $1,457; mentally ill $60; SDACC, CLERP $17,281.45; welfare manual $50; SDVSOA, dues $50; Sioux Empire Auto Service Center, service vehicles $227.99; Sioux Falls Music, PA system $150; Sioux Valley News, publishing/materials $996.42; Debra S Sittig, MI board $34; Darrel Sogn, mileage $11.10; Southeastern Electric, county assistance $212.33; Stan Houston Equip, parts $11.35; Star Publishing, subscription $27.50; Sturdevant's Auto Parts, parts $53.06; Deyarina Thorin, interpreter $50; Deb Turner, mileage $42.55; Union Co Sheriff's Dept, boarding fees $1,650; VanDiest Supply, supplies $3,390; Verizon Wireless, mobile internet $215.05; Volunteers of America, shelter care beds $3,000; Dennis Weeldreyer, mileage $372.22; Wheelchair Express, MI transports $430; Workplace Technology Center, MSP mail services $64.75; Xcel Energy, utilities $6,815.70; Yankton Co Treasurer, MI hearings $103.75; James Zick, fuel $61.42.
Road Fund: Bierschbach Equipment, supplies $200.50; Allan Bonnema, fuel $90.01; Boyer Trucks, repairs $747.23; Butler Machinery, parts & repairs $545.62; City Of Canton, utilities $331.43; Clark Engineering Corp, professional services $9,782.33; Concrete Materials, asphalt $64,711.68; Dave's Service & Repair, repairs $558.02; Diesel Machinery, equip rental $3,700; Farm Gas, propane $285; G & K Supreme Auto Sales, windshields $1,205; Independent Publishing, notices $32.16; JFI, repairs $34; KB's True Value, supplies $13.68; Knology, phone usage $154.04; Lawson Products, parts $333.48; MidAmerican Energy, utilities $15.20; Paul's Storage, tires $72; Pump'n Pak, chain saw gas $10.85; SD Dept of Trans, bridge work $3,745.72; Servall Towel & Linen, towel service $17.47; Sioux Equipment, parts $586.64; Sioux Falls Two-Way Radio, repairs $222.50; Sioux Valley News, notice $35.09; Sturdevant's Auto Parts, parts $330.39; Tractor Supply, tires $119.96; Wheelco Truck & Trailer, parts & repairs $57.6; Xcel Energy, utilities $311.53.
E911 Communication Fund: County Wide Directory, directory $23; Dell, monitor $239; Ecowater, water/supplies/rent $110.95; Knology, 911 circuits/phone usage $977.01; Qwest, backup lines $114.05; Sioux Falls Two-Way Radio, supplies $278; Xcel Energy, radio repeater $15.62.
Emergency Mgmt Fund: Knology, phone usage $79.08; Pizza Ranch, meals $91.94; Harold Timmerman, fuel $73.07; Verizon Wireless, mobile internet $43.01.
Home Health Fund: Sanford Home Health, 1st half allocation $7,500.
Solid Waste Fund: Countryside Convenience, fuel $122.92; Dakota Country Welding, repairs $935; Dakota Fluid Power, repairs $589.03; Herc-U-Lift, maint $92.89; KB's True Value, supplies $22.09; Knology, phone usage $54.15; Larson Truck Sales, parts & repairs $455.85; Quill, supplies $70.05; South Lincoln Rural Water, utilities $33; Southeastern Electric, utilities $220.40; Sturdevant's Auto Parts, supplies $180.28; Sunshine Foods, supplies $16.44; Verizon Wireless, mobile internet $33.92;
Airport Fund: All Phase Electric, repairs $497.68; Argus Leader, advertising $1,000; Boom's Painting, paint bldg $1,000; Empire HVAC, HVAC maint $66.33; Independent Publishing, publishing $78.39; Knology, phone usage $.70; Lincoln Co Rural Water, utilities $26.05; Pfeifer's Implement, parts $53.64; Sioux Valley News, publishing $82.53; Southeastern Electric, utilities $207.75;24/7 Sobriety Fund: Pharm Chem Inc, supplies $492.50.
The Board adjourned until 8:30 A.M. on July 27, 2010.
Lincoln County Board of Commissioners
Jim Schmidt, Chairman
Attest:
Paula Feucht, Auditor
Approved:
Publish August 5, 2010
Published free of charge as a service to our Lincoln County readers.


LINCOLN COUNTY COMMISSION
July 20, 2010
The Lincoln County Board of Commissioners met at 8:30 A.M. on July 13, 2010 with members Jason Melcher, David Gillespie, Jim Schmidt, Dennis Weeldreyer and Dale Long present. The meeting was called to order with the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag. The Deptuy Auditor was Clerk of the Board.
The Board met with several department heads regarding budget of their department.
Motion by Gillespie and seconded by Long to go into executive session. Motion carried.
Motion by Weeldreyer and seconded by Long to leave executive session. Motion carried
Mike Nadolski presented an update to the Commissioners on Adesa.
The meeting was adjourned to 8:30 a.m. on July 27, 2010.
Lincoln County Board of Commissioners
Jim Schmidt, Chairman
Attest:
Marlene Sweeter, Deputy Auditor
Approved:
Publish August 5, 2010
Published free of charge as a service to our Lincoln County readers.


July 27, 2010
Unapproved Minutes
Union County Commissioners

The Union County Board of Commissioners met in regular session on July 27, 2010 at the Courthouse in Elk Point, SD at 8:35 a.m.
Members present were Jordan, Karpen, Neely, Schempp and Ustad.
Motion by Jordan, second by Neely to approve the agenda as presented. Carried.
Motion by Jordan second by Schempp to approve the minutes from July 13, 2010. Carried.
Land Plats
Motion by Ustad second by Jordan to approve the following plat:
Resolution
Be It Resolved by the Board of Commissioners of Union County that Plat of Lots 47A, Dakota Dunes Golf Course 23rd Addition in Dakota Dunes, Union County, SD vacating Lot 47 of Dakota Dunes Golf course 23rd Addition owned by Michael Hurlburt and Dakota Dunes Development company, surveyed by Douglas Mordhorst, Be and the same is hereby approved. Motion carried.
Motion by Jordan second by Schempp to approve the following plat:
Resolution
Be It Resolved by the Board of Commissioners of Union County that Plat of Lots 31A, 32 & 33, Dakota Dunes Golf Course 23rd Addition in Dakota Dunes, Union County, SD vacating Lot 31 of Dakota Dunes Golf course 23rd Addition owned by Wegher Construction Company, surveyed by Douglas Mordhorst, Be and the same is hereby approved. Motion carried.
Motion by Schempp second by Jordan to approve the following plat:
Resolution
Be It Resolved by the Board of Commissioners of Union County that Hines Addition in the SE1/4NE14/ of Section 4, T89, R48W of the 5th PM, Union County, SD owned by Albert Hines, surveyed by Mark Turner, Be and the same is hereby approved. Motion carried.
Motion by Jordan second by Ustad to approve the following plat:
Resolution
Be It Resolved by the Board of Commissioners of Union County that Survey Plat of O’Connell Tract 3 in Lot 1 of the SW1/4 of Section 24 and in Lot A of the NW1/4 of Section 25, all in T91N, R50W of the 5th PM, Union County, SD, owned by John O’Connell, surveyed by Kim McClaury, Be and the same is hereby approved. Motion carried.
Motion by Jordan second by Schempp to approve the following plat:
Resolution
Be It Resolved by the Board of Commissioners of Union County that Two Rivers Business Center Seventh Addition in Dakota Dunes, Union County, SD (Lot 1), owned by Dakota Dunes Development Company, surveyed by Douglas Mordhorst, Be and the same is hereby approved. Motion carried.
County Rd. #17
Commissioner Schempp updated the board on County Rd. #17 regarding the flooding. Board will discuss the matter with PWA Roggow.
Recess
Chairman declared a recess from 8:55 a.m. to 9:00 a.m.
Public Defender
The public defender contract members met with the board. Discussion took place on assigning Attorney Peterson’s part of the contract to Jason Rumpca. Motion by Jordan, second by Schempp to approve the assignment of contract for representation of indigents changing the attorney from Phil Peterson to Jason Rumpca. Carried.
Discussion took place on the public defender’s contract. Board asked the members to meet and advise on whether they would like to present a one-year contract or three-year contract.
Deputy Sheriff
Deputy Sheriff Feller met to discuss uniform clothing allowance. Sheriff Feller had to burn his clothing after a particular call. Feller is asking for additional clothing allowance for the year to recoup the costs of the clothing. Motion by Schempp, second by Jordan to allow an additional $300 to Deputy Feller’s clothing allowance for 2010. Carried.
Treasurer
Treasurer Hertel met with the board to discuss setting up a contract agreement with Michael Hartsock for delinquent taxes. Board agreed to allow treasurer to set up a contract.
Public Defender
The public defender group returned and discussed increasing the contract at 1% for 2011 for a one-year contract. Board will reflect this in the budget requests for 2011.
Missouri River Reservoirs
Howard Paul met with the board to discuss sediment problem in the Missouri River reservoirs. Paul is requesting a $1,000 county membership.
Highway
Motion by Schempp, second by Neely to authorize Treasurer Hertel to wire money for the Highway Department if the bidding process to purchase a patcher truck, Thursday, on Iron Planet is successful. Carried.
States Attorney
SA Miller met with the board. Discussion of the NACo contract for prescription drug card took place. Motion by Jordan, second by Neely to authorize chairman to sign contract to participate in NACo drug card. Carried.
Planning and Zoning
Henze met with the board and updated them on the process of the revisions approved by the planning and zoning board. Board will hold a public meeting on August 24, 2010 at 9:30.
Recess
Chairman declared a recess 10:35 to 10:40. Carried.
Sheriff
Sheriff Limoges met with the board to discuss 2011 budget items. The board discussed changing the uniform allowance policy to allow for extenuating circumstances.
Claims
Motion by Jordan, second by Ustad to approve the claims as follows. Carried. The following claims have been audited, approved and warrants drawn on the same: Bi-Weekly payroll for 07-30-10: Highway $20,548.65; Sheriff $27,391.64; Public Building $551.25; State’s Attorney $1,552.30; Nurses $111.83; WIC $314.18; Register of Deeds $828.79; Weed $4,862.19; Extension $831.25; Assessor $567.00; Coroner $104.62. Courthouse payroll for the month of July, 2010: Commissioners $4,900.00; Auditor $9,486.15; Data Processing $119.41; Treasurer $12,547.75; Highway $8,564.97; Planning & Zoning $3,153.84; EMA $1,008.98; Assessor $9,820.00; State’s Attorney $11,252.66; Register of Deeds $5,999.03; Veteran $1,287.50; Sheriff $4,349.89; Extension $2,650.13; Public Building $5,334.70; Nurse $878.13; Jail $108.96; Weed $106.09. Am San (Supplies) $197.98; Bierschbach Equipment (Supplies)  $49.98; Bomgaars (Clothing Allow) $33.58; Brown & Saenger (Supplies) $47.40; Cathy Rehfuss (MI Hearing) $15.00; Circle B Farms & Construct (Repairs/Excise Tax) $514.43; City Of Elk Point (Utilities) $4,765.40; Concrete Products Co (Supplies) $346.77; Country Estates Truck Repair (Repairs) $139.91; Dakota County Sheriff (Return) $33.50; Dakota Dunes CID (Repair) $3,808.82; Dale Neely (Per Diem) $44.40; Denise Cody (MI Hearing) $15.00; Donna K Dietrich (MI Hearing) $137.64; Doyle Karpen (Per Diem) $14.80; Dr Jim Slattery (Care) $85.00; Gary E Mikelson (MI Hearing) $182.26; Hickory Tech (Phone) $122.70; Honeywell Inc (Maint) $12,279.75; Hydraulic Sales (Repairs) $93.00; Jacks Uniform & Equip (Supplies) $119.85; Janitor Depot Inc (Supplies) $541.09; Jeanne M Bossman Rpr (Transcripts) $1,033.60; Jerry Miller (Per Diem) $294.89; John P Slattery (Pub Defender) $2,891.29; Lewis & Clark BHS (Care) $142.00; Marvin Schempp (Per Diem) $50.69; McLeods (Supplies) $508.80; Michael McGill (Pub Defender) $2,891.29; Michael Oberg (Repair) $50.00; MidAmerican Energy Co (Utilities) $73.69; Millborn Seeds Inc (Maint) $106.25; Milton Ustad (Per Diem) $77.70;
Nancy Meister (Repairs) $58.00; Nat'l Sheriff Assn (Dues) $100.00; Noll Collection Service (Collections) $221.11; Nygren's True Value (Repairs) $34.11; Nygren's True Value (Supplies) $14.37; Office Elements (Supplies) $597.06; Olson Welding (Repairs) $95.00; Perkins Office Solutions (Supplies) $57.23; Peterson, Stuart & Rumpca (Ct Apt Atty) $11,285.68; Pictometry International (Prof Svcs) $12,152.01; Pitney Bowes (Rent) $149.00; Qwest (Phones) $968.24; Robert Brink (Gas) $20.00; Ross Jordan (Per Diem) $51.06; Sanford Health (BL Draw) $180.00; SD Continuing Legal Ed (Supplies) $287.50; SD Federal Property Agency (Equip. & Supplies) $14,080.00; SD State Health Lab (BL Draw) $1,399.00; SD Veteran Service Officer (Dues) $50.00; SDPA (Dues) $55.00; Shepherd Reporting (Transcript) $25.00; Sheriff Of Woodbury County (Return) $188.94; SIMPCO (Service) $2,236.00; Sioux Falls Two-Way Radio (Repair) $97.23; Sioux Sales (Supplies) $16.95; State Radio Communication (Maint) $2,250.00; Stephanie Ryan (Repair) $8.43; Steve's Auto Body (Repairs) $150.00; Union Co. Fair Board (Fair Expense) $5,000.00; Us Bank (Supplies & Travel) $1,157.32; West Payment Center (Supplies) $840.00; Wilcox Electric (Repair) $371.40; Woodbury County Disaster (Maint) $28.43; Yankton Co. Sheriff (Return) $50.00; Zuercher Technologies (Computer) $9,500.00.
Adjournment
Motion by Ustad, second by Jordan to adjourn at 11:52 until August 10, 2010. Carried.
Doyle Karpen, Chairman
Union County Board of Commissioners
ATTEST:
Carol Klumper, Auditor
Union County
Publish August 5, 2010


HUDSON TOWN BOARD
The Hudson Town Board met at the city office on July 12, 2010 at 7:00pm. Members present Chairman Wickre, Van’tHof and Stoffel.
Also present Denise Van’tHof and Roxanne Wickre.
Van’tHof made a motion to approve the agenda. Stoffel seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Stoffel made a motion to correct the date and time of the June meeting, Van’tHof seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Wickre made a motion to approve the amended minutes, Van’tHof seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Denise told the board that the Alcester-Hudson booster club would like to sponsor an open gym night at the community center. It would be supervised. The board agreed that this would be a good thing for the center.
Wickre made a motion to approve building permits for Kevin Nelson and Doug Van’tHof, Stoffel seconded the motion. Motion carried.
The board discussed the community center. Additional tables and chairs will be ordered. The security system should be installed in the next week. The board will look into some landscaping.
Legion is having trouble with their air conditioning and has had trouble with their furnace. They will be getting estimates to get this fixed.
The following resolution was approved on a motion by Wickre and second by Van’tHof.
A RESOLUTION DECLARING CERTAIN REAL PROPERTY OWNED BY THE TOWN OF HUDSON TO BE SURPLUS PROPERTY, WHICH SHALL BE APPRAISED AND SOLD.
The Board of Trustees of the Town of Hudson, State of South Dakota, has determined that certain real property and improvements thereon currently owned by the Town of Hudson is hereby determined and deemed to be no longer necessary, useful, or suitable for the purposes for which it was originally acquired. The Board of Trustees has determined that said real property should be sold, with the sale proceeds to be deposited into the Town of Hudson’s general fund.
The real property subject to the Resolution is legally described as follows:
Lot 1 of Block 21, Original Town of Hudson, Lincoln County, South Dakota, According to the Recorded Plat Thereof;
The South 25 Feet of Lot 1, 2, and 3, and the South 70 Feet of Lot 4, All in Block 28, Original Town of Hudson, Lincoln County, South Dakota According to the Recorded Plat Thereof.
The Town of Hudson shall obtain an appraisal of said real property, which shall appraise the land and any improvements separately. The appraisal shall consist of opinions of three real property owners of the Town of Hudson, who shall be appointed by the Board of Trustees, or in the alternative, the Board of Trustees shall appoint a person or a persons licensed by the State of South Dakota to do a fee appraisal of the property in lieu of the property owners conducting such an appraisal.
After the property has been appraised, if the property is determined to have a value of $500.00 or less, the Board of Trustees is hereby authorized to sell the property at private or public sale without notice. However, if the appraisal indicates that the property is valued at more than $500.00, the Board of Trustees shall give notice of the sale by publishing a notice of sale at least twice, with the first publication not less than ten days prior to the date of the sale. The first publication shall be in the official news paper of the Town of Hudson, and second publication may be in any legal news paper of the State chosen by the Board of Trustees for the Town of Hudson. The notice shall describe the property to be sold and the time when bids would be open. The Board of Trustees may open the bid at a regularly scheduled meeting, or may designate an official and a witness to open the bids prior to reading of the Board of Trustees and shall state which method is to be used within the published notice of sale.
No member of the Board of Trustees of the Town of Hudson, or any officer of a County, Municipality, Township, or School District, who has been elected or appointed, or a real property owner acting as an appraiser may purchase the surplus property except at public auction.
Dated this 12th day of July, 2010.
TOWN OF HUDSON:
Steve Wickre, Chairman Board of Trustees
ATTEST:
Roxanne Wickre, Finance Officer

Van’tHof made a motion to approve the following bills and Stoffel seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Postmaster stamps 105.17 Brian Sohl wages 2848.81 Roxanne Wickre wages & mileage 1630.35 SDRS retirement plan 725.01 Becky VanNoort wages 513.93 Darlene Jervik wages 220.25 Payroll taxes 1560.33 RVRW water 1547.80 Dept of Revenue lab fees 12.00
Novak Sanitary Services 1697.50 Dept of Rev sales tax 231.68 RR 1 Services supplies 175.10 Alliance Communications phone 167.60  Fillin Station supplies 533.12 Strange Farrell Johnson Brewers legal services 40.00 Bomgaars supplies 106.88 Hudsonite publications 19.90 Sioux Center Publishing ads 77.40 Hubers lumber supplies 219.26 Staples 74.76 C& R Gravel 1092.95 Schoenemans materials 89.76 Petty cash replenish 50.00 Dueys Repair materials 55.00 Novak Sanitary Serv clean up day 566.90 R & R Concessions Easter breakfast 218.61 Cory Hughes water refund 70.00 MidAmerican electricity 1178.98 WestRock final pymt 52273.78 Rural Dev Loan pymt 317.00 With no further business the meeting was adjourned.
Steve Wickre, Chairman
Attest:
Roxanne Wickre, Finance Officer
Publish August 5, 2010


STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA
COUNTY OF UNION
Ss
IN CIRCUIT COURT
FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

In the Matter of the Estate of
Burdette E. Heiman, Deceased
File No. PRO. 10-28

Notice to Creditors and Notice of Informal Probate and Appointment of Personal Representative
Notice is given that on the 2nd day of August, 2010, LeRoy Ross, whose address is1402 12th Street, Hawarden, Iowa, 51023 was appointed as Personal Representative of the estate of Burdette E. Heiman.
Creditors of decedent must file their claims within four months after the date of the first publication of this notice or their claims may be barred.
Claims may be filed with the Personal Representative or may be filed with the Clerk, and a copy of the claim mailed to the Personal Representative.
Dated this 2nd day of August 2010.

/s/LeRoy Ross

Le Roy Ross
1402 12th Street
Hawarden, Iowa 51023
Ph: (712)552-2237

Melissa Larsen
Union County Clerk of Courts
209 East Main, Ste. 230
Elk Point, South Dakota 57025
Ph: (605)356-2132

Charles B. Haugland
Attorney at Law
Gubbrud, Haugland & Gillespie Prof. L.L.C.
102 West Second Street
P. O. Box 97
Alcester, South Dakota 57001-0097
605/934-2140

Publish August 5, 12, 19, 2010


ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
Owner: Clay Rural Water System
Owner's Address: 30376 SD Hwy 19, Wakonda, South Dakota 57073
Project: 2010 Capital Improvement Project - Phase II
Schedule 1 - Pipeline
Sealed BIDS for the construction of the Clay Rural Water System 2010 Capital Improvement Project - Phase II will be received by Clay Rural Water System, Inc. at the System Office, Wakonda, South Dakota, until 2:00 P.M. local time August 24th, 2010 and then at said office publicly opened and read aloud. Bids will be acted upon by the Owner at a later time. The Project shall consist of the following work and approximate quantities and kinds of materials:
Schedule 1 - Pipeline:
Construction of approximately 48 miles of rural underground pipeline, size 2 inch through 8 inch, service line, valves, crossings, and miscellaneous appurtenant work. Construction of a booster foundation and installation of package booster supplied by others. Time for completion shall be June 1, 2011.
The CONTRACT DOCUMENTS may be examined at the following locations:

Clay Rural Water System
30376 SD Hwy 19
Wakonda, South Dakota 57073

DeWild Grant Reckert and Associates Company
1302 South Union Street
Rock Rapids, Iowa 51246

Copies of the CONTRACT DOCUMENTS may be obtained after July 30, 2010, at the office of DeWild Grant Reckert & Associates Company located at 1302 South Union Street, Rock Rapids, Iowa 51246, telephone (712)472-2531, fax (712)472-2710, e-mail dgr@dgrnet.com, or website www.dgrnet.com. Copies of the Schedule 1 Contract Documents and Staking Sheets may be obtained upon payment of fifty dollars ($50.00), none of which is refundable.
All proposals shall be made on forms provided by the Engineer.
Each bid must be accompanied by bid security payable to the Owner for five (5%) percent of the total amount of the Bid as a certified or bank check issued by a State or National bank or ten percent (10%) as a bidder's bond. As soon as the bid prices have been compared, the Owner will return the check or bond of all except the three lowest, responsive, responsible bidders for each Schedule. When the contract is awarded, the checks or bonds of the two remaining unsuccessful bidders will be returned. The check or bond of the successful bidder will be retained until the contract and surety bond have been executed and approved, after which it will be returned.
Bidders on this work will be required to comply with Title 40 CFR 33.240 and executive order 12138. The goals and other requirements for Bidders and Contractors under this regulation which concerns utilization of Minority Business Enterprises (MBE) and Women's Business Enterprises (WBE) are explained in the Specifications. The MBE goal for this project is 1% of the total dollar value of the job while the WBE goal is 3% of the total dollar value of the job.
NONDISCRIMINATION IN EMPLOYMENT
a) Bidders on this work will be required to comply with the President's executive orders Nos. 11246 as amended, 11458, 11518, and 11625. The requirements for Bidders and Contractors under these orders are explained in the Specifications.
b) The goal for female utilization which shall be included in all federal and federally assisted construction contracts and subcontracts in excess of $10,000 shall be 6.9%. The goal for minority utilization which shall be included in all federal and federally assisted construction contracts and subcontracts in excess of $10,000 shall be 1.3%. The goals are applicable to the Contractor's aggregate on-site construction workforce whether or not part of that workforce is performing work on a federally and federally assisted contract or subcontract.
With submittal of a Bid, the Contractor represents that he has visited the site, familiarized himself with the local conditions under which the work is to be performed, and correlated his observations with the requirements of the Contract Documents,
The Owner reserves the right to reject any and all bids or to accept any bid. It is understood that the work to be done is being financed with funds from U.S. Department of Agriculture, Rural Utilities Service. Contractor's Proposals shall hold firm for thirty-five (35) days from the date of opening. Mutually agreed upon extensions of time may be made, if necessary.
CLAY RURAL WATER SYSTEM
/s/ Robert Wood, Chairman
July 22, 2010
Publish August 5, 2010


NOTICE TO BIDDERS
The Alcester-Hudson School District is accepting sealed bids for SNOW REMOVAL at school property for the 2010-11 school year.
Bid information can be obtained from the Alcester-Hudson School administration office Monday through Thursday from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., located at 501 Iowa Street, Alcester, SD 57001. Phone 605-934-1890.
Bids shall be delivered in sealed envelopes with “Snow Removal Bid” marked on the outside of the envelope.
Bids will be accepted until 5:00 p.m. Monday, August 16, and will be opened during the Alcester-Hudson School Board meeting beginning at 7:20 p.m. on Monday, August 16 at the Alcester City-School Library.
The Alcester-Hudson School Board reserves the right to reject any and all bids.
Publish August 5, 12, 2010