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April 17. 2014 8:58AM
CIV: 14-815
NOTICE OF HEARING FOR ADULT NAME CHANGE
STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA
COUNTY OF MINNEHAHA
IN CIRCUIT COURT
2ND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
In the Matter of the Petition of
Lynn E. Serling
For a Change of Name to
Lynn Serling-Swank
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN a Verified Petition for Adult Name Change has been filed by Lynn E. Serling the object and prayer of which is to change Petitioner's name from Lynn E. Serling to Lynn Serling-Swank. On the 20th day of May, 2014, at the hour of 11:00 am said verified petition will be heard by this Court before the Honorable Patricia Riepel Presiding, at the Court Room 6D in the Minnehaha County Courthouse, City of Sioux Falls, Minnehaha County, South Dakota or as soon thereafter as is convenient for the court. Anyone may come and appear at that time and place and show reasons, if any, why said name should not be changed as requested.
Dated this 10th day of April, 2014 at Sioux Falls, South Dakota.
ANGELIA M. GRIES
Clerk of Court
ATTEST: ____________
Clerk of Court
By: /s/_____________, Deputy
Apr. 16, 23, 30 &
1439264 May 7, 2014

CIV: 14-814
NOTICE OF HEARING FOR ADULT NAME CHANGE
STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA
COUNTY OF MINNEHAHA
IN CIRCUIT COURT
2ND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
In the Matter of the Petition of
Monica A. Swank
For a Change of Name to
Monica A. Serling-Swank
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN a Verified Petition for Adult Name Change has been filed by Monica A. Swank the object and prayer of which is to change Petitioner's name from Monica A. Swank to Monica A. Serling-Swank. On the 20th day of May, 2014, at the hour of 11:00 am said verified petition will be heard by this Court before the Honorable Patricia Riepel Presiding, at the Court Room 6D in the Minnehaha County Courthouse, City of Sioux Falls, Minnehaha County, South Dakota or as soon thereafter as is convenient for the court. Anyone may come and appear at that time and place and show reasons, if any, why said name should not be changed as requested.
Dated this 10th day of April, 2014 at Sioux Falls, South Dakota.
ANGELIA M. GRIES
Clerk of Court
ATTEST: ____________
Clerk of Court
By: /s/_____________, Deputy
Apr. 16, 23, 30 &
1439261 May 7, 2014

ORDINANCE #511
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF BRANDON, SD, AMENDING THE ZONING ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF BRANDON, SD, BY AMENDING SECTION 15-12-12, LANDSCAPING STANDARDS.
BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY OF BRANDON, SD:
Section 1. That Section 15-12-12, of the Zoning Ordinance of Brandon, SD, is hereby amended as follows deleting the text that is struck out and adding the text that is underlined:
15-12-12 LANDSCAPING STANDARDS
It is the desire of the City of Brandon to encourage development which is environmentally sensitive and aesthetically pleasing. To assist in these objectives, a minimum standard for landscaping is prescribed.
A. Within any zoning district, at least 90 percent of the required front yard setback shall be landscaped and maintained with grass or other living ground cover except for the portion of the front yard necessary for hard surfaced driveways (see 15-12-4) and except for parking.
B. Within R-2, GB, CB, LI, and HI districts, one tree per 50 feet of lot width is required. No more than 20 percent of the trees may be planted in the street right-of-way. No more than 25 percent of the required trees may be deciduous ornamental, evergreen, or coniferous trees. Each existing tree of at least 1 3/4-inch caliper in size shall count toward the tree requirement.
C. The area between the street paving or curb line and the property line or sidewalk, with the exception of driveways and walkways, shall be used exclusively and maintained as landscaped area with grass or other living ground cover. Commercial and industrial development may submit an alternate landscaping plan for approval by the Planning Commission.
D. Required landscape areas must be capable of providing a substantially full expanse of foliage within three years after planting. All deciduous trees shall be 1 3/4 inch caliper and all deciduous ornamental shall be 1 1/4 inch caliper. These requirements are considered to be minimum requirements, and under no circumstances shall these measurements be lowered.
E. All off-street parking lots, whether or not located on the same lot as the use to which it is accessory, shall meet the following perimeter landscaping requirements:
1. A landscaping strip with a minimum width of five (5) feet shall be located between the parking lot and the adjoining lot lines.
2. A minimum of one shade tree for every fifty (50) feet of lot perimeter shall be planted in the landscaping strip. Deciduous shade trees with ground cover or with low shrubs shall be used as the primary landscape materials.
3. A fence, wall or shrubbery six (6) feet in height and of a character necessary for adequate screening shall be installed or planted when a parking lot is located adjacent to residentially used property or across right-of-way from residentially use property. Berms or other landscaping techniques may be used for all or part of the six foot screening if they have a maximum grade of three feet horizontal to one foot vertical and sodded or planted with other acceptable materials.
4. The Planning Commission may modify the perimeter landscaping requirements.
F. Within GB, CB, LI and HI districts, all service structures, which includes dumpsters, propane tanks, air conditioning units, and related equipment or elements providing service to a building or site, shall be fully screened or six foot minimum with landscaping and/or a fence or wall.
G. Lighting Standards: Lighting of all types, excluding street lighting and traffic signals, shall be directed so as to reflect away from all residential districts, and shall be so situated so as not to reflect directly onto any public right-of-way, so as to create a traffic hazard. When property is adjacent to or within 150 feet of residentially used or zoned property, the following lighting standards apply:
1. The maximum light level shall be no greater than three (3) foot candles field measured at the property line (ground level).
2. The maximum height of light luminaries shall be 25 feet above the ground.
3. Canopy luminaries and other on-site lighting with luminaries greater than 2000 lumens shall include a 90-degree cut-off type, deflector, refractor, or forward throw light fixture.
4. The maximum number of canopy luminaries shall be determined by the following industry standard:
Canopy length (in feet) x canopy width (in feet) x 3 = Maximum No. of Luminaries Lamp wattage
All other light luminaries shall have a maximum height of 38 feet above the ground. Submittal of photometric plans shall be required with all site plan checks for building projects on property with lighted parking lots or lighted canopies.
The following structures or uses are exempt from these lighting standards: public recreation facilities, parks, pedestrian walkways, illuminated flags or statues, airport runways, telecommunication towers, broadcast towers, and historic period lighting.
Legislative History: Ordinance #445, 5/27/09, Ordinance #471, 5/20/10, Ordinance #4511, 5/6/14.
Authority: SDCL Ch. 9
Adopted this 7th day of April, 2014.
_____________________
Larry D. Beesley
Mayor
ATTEST:
_____________________
Dennis E. Olson
Municipal Finance Officer
(SEAL)
First Reading: March 17, 2014
Second Reading: April 7, 2014
Published: April 16, 2014
Effective Date: May 6, 2014
Published once at the total approximate cost of $68.59.
1439250 April 16, 2014

ORDINANCE #514
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF BRANDON, SD, AMENDING THE ZONING ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF BRANDON, SOUTH DAKOTA, BY AMENDING SECTION 15-12-6, ON-PREMISE SIGNS.
BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY OF BRANDON, SD:
Section 1. That Section 15-12-6, of the Zoning Ordinance of Brandon, SD, is hereby amended to read as follows:
15-12-6 ON-PREMISE SIGNS
Districts, Permitted Signs, Sign Area (maximum), Sign height (maximum)
NRC, R-1, R-2, R-3 for specified uses only *, Freestanding, 100 square feet (School identification/ information), 6 feet above grade. 9 feet above grade (School identification/ information); R-1, R-2, R-3, Wall, 2 square feet, On wall only; CB & GB, Wall, roof, and projecting, 3 square feet per 1 foot of lineal street frontage with a maximum of 200 sq. ft., Wall = on wall only, Roof and projecting = 5 feet above roof line; CB & GB, Freestanding, 1 square foot per 1 foot of lineal street frontage with a maximum of 200 sq. ft., GB = 30 feet above grade, CB = 18 feet above grade; LI & HI **, Freestanding, 1 square foot per 3 lineal feet of street frontage with a maximum of 100 sq. ft., 20 feet above grade; LI & HI ***, Wall, roof, and projecting, 1 square foot per 3 lineal feet of street frontage, Wall = on wall only. Roof and projecting = 5 feet above roof line
* Specified uses are listed within the district's permitted uses applicable standard tables (sections 3.01, 4.01, 5.01, and 6.01).
** Freestanding signs shall be limited to one per street frontage except that businesses on frontages of 200 feet or more may erect two freestanding signs. However, the total sign area of both signs may not exceed that allowed.
*** When a parcel has multiple frontage, an additional sign area of 1 square foot for each additional 3 lineal feet of street frontage shall be allowed for other street frontages.
Legislative History: Ordinance #445, 5/27/09, Ordinance #514, 5/6/14.
Authority: SDCL Ch. 9
Adopted this 7th day of April, 2014.
_____________________
Larry D. Beesley
Mayor, City of Brandon
ATTEST:
_____________________
Dennis E. Olson
Finance Officer
SEAL
First Reading: March 17, 2014
Second Reading: April 7, 2014
Publication: April 16, 2014
Effective Date: May 6, 2014
Published once at the total approximate cost of $37.14.
1439249 April 16, 2014

BRIEFING MEETING MINUTES
The Brandon City Council met in a briefing session at 5:30 p.m. on April 3, 2014 in the Council Chambers at 308 Main Avenue, Brandon, South Dakota. Present were Roger Brooks, Barb Fish, Mindy Hansen, Blaine Jones, Robert Smith and Mayor Larry Beesley. Others present were: City Administrator, Bryan H. Read; Finance Officer, Dennis Olson; City Engineer, Paul Sanow, Stockwell Engineers, Inc.; Police Chief, David Kull; and Public Works Director, Rollie Hoeke. Absent Jo Hausman.
The Council discussed the items on the agenda for the upcoming April 7, 2014 regular Council meeting. No formal action was taken.
At 6:19 p.m., having no further business, Mayor Beesley declared the briefing meeting ended.
_____________________
Larry D. Beesley
Mayor
_____________________
Dennis E. Olson
Municipal Finance Officer
Published once at the total approximate cost of $19.37.
1439248 April 16, 2014

MINUTES
The Brandon City Council met in regular session at 6:00 p.m. on April 7, 2014, in the Council Chambers at 308 S. Main Avenue, Brandon, South Dakota. Present were Roger Brooks, Barb Fish, Mindy Hansen, Jo Hausman, Blaine Jones and Robert Smith. Others present were: City Administrator, Bryan H. Read; Finance Officer, Dennis Olson; City Attorney, Lisa Marso; City Engineer, Paul Sanow, Stockwell Engineers, Inc.; Police Chief, Dave Kull; Building Official, Paul Clarke and Public Works Director, Rollie Hoeke. Absent Mayor Larry Beesley. Council President Blaine Jones chaired the meeting.
Alderman Smith moved Alderwoman Hansen seconded to approve the agenda. Motion carried.
Alderman Brooks moved Alderwoman Hansen seconded to approve the minutes of the March 13, 2014 briefing meeting; the minutes of the March 17, 2014 regular meeting; the minutes of the March 18, 2014 Board of Equalization meeting and the minutes of the March 25, 2014 special meeting. Motion carried.
Alderman Brooks moved Alderman Smith seconded to approve the following claims. Motion carried.
VENDOR, DESCRIPTION, AMOUNT
Action Electric, Traffic Supplies, 132.65; AFLAC, March Premiums, 1,018.53; All Star Pro Golf Inc, Pro Shop Resale, 307.26; Argus Leader Media, Publications, 780.36; Baldwin Supply Company, Sewer Repairs, 804.73; Barry Thomes, Transit Bus Supplies, 23.28; Batteries Plus, Police Supplies, 165.00; Beal Distributing Inc, GC Resale, 521.40; Blaine's Service, Police Supplies, 72.75; Border States Electric, Sewer Supplies, 742.10; Borns Group, March Water Billing, 1,238.25; Brandon Lumber Company, Park Supplies, 492.46; Brown & Saenger, Various Dept Supplies, 365.09; Bushnell Outdoor Products, Pro Shop Resale, 625.75; BV School District, Fuel, 6,023.87; Campbell's Supply, Park Supplies, 171.65; Cardmember Services, Various Dept Supplies, 1,160.24; Cartridge World, Police Supplies, 324.96; Cassie Deffenbaugh, Mailbox refund, 36.03; Chesterman Company, GC Resale, 803.75; Cobra PUMA Golf Inc, Pro Shop Resale, 2,001.69; Concrete Materials, Streets Supplies, 1,319.05; Corson Village Sanitary District, March Refund, 937.49; Culligan Water Conditioning, Utilities, 60.00; Dacotah Paper Company, Various Dept Supplies, 266.11; Dakota Beverage, GC Resale, 1,588.50; Dakota Supply Group, Sewer Supplies, 324.38; Delta Dental of SD, April Premiums, 2,243.00; Dennis Olson, April Premiums, 427.12; Detco, Park Supplies, 435.50; Dex Media, Utilities, 54.50; DirecTV, Utilities, 37.43; Division of Motor Vehicles, Water Supplies, 28.00; Ecolab Inc, GC Rental, 132.55; Ellis & Eastern Company, Sewer License Fee, 180.00; Fastenal Company, Various Dept Supplies, 104.72; Food Services of America, GC Resale, 721.57; FootJoy, Pro Shop Resale, 4,099.17; Fred the Fixer Inc, Police Supplies, 45.00; GA Industries LLC, Water Supplies, 208.83; Galls, Police Supplies, 210.67; General Traffic Controls Inc, Traffic Supplies, 617.50; GFOA, 2014 Dues, 170.00; Graham Tire, Street Supplies, 514.66; Grainger, GC Supplies, 47.55; Hauff Mid-America Sports, Park Supplies, 750.00; Hawkins Water Treatment, Water Chemicals, 449.99; Inter Lakes Community Action Inc, February Bus Expense, 10,807.75; Johnson Brothers Famous Brands, GC Resale, 1,279.47; Kayla Tommeraasen, Mailbox refund, 28.95; Lacey Rentals Inc, Park Supplies, 186.00; Lamb Motor Company, Water Equipment, 45,164.00; Lape Masonry, Library Repairs, 70.00; Luverne Truck Equipment, Water Equipment, 432.00; Menards, Street Repairs, 15.85; Metro Communications, Police Supplies, 4,404.00; Meyer Laboratory Inc, Park Supplies, 1,676.95; Michael Todd & Company, Street Supplies, 714.76; MidAmerican Research Chemical, GC Supplies, 295.90; Mills & Miller Inc, Snow Supplies, 1,801.60; Minnehaha Community Water Corp, Utilities, 53.75; Minnehaha County Register of Deeds, Council Supplies, 4.00; Minnehaha County Treasurer, Special Assessments, 105,367.92; Modern Woodmen of America, April Premiums, 1,577.37; Newman Traffic Signs, Traffic Supplies, 209.44; Norberg Paints, Park Supplies, 43.48; North American Truck & Trailer Inc, Snow Supplies, 95.04; Northern Tool & Equipment, Park Supplies, 143.09; Paul Clarke, Inspections, 1,320.00; Performance Press, Police Supplies, 148.00; Pitney Bowes, Various Dept Supplies, 122.22; Pizza Ranch, GC Resale, 140.00; Queen City Wholesale Inc, GC Supplies, 896.28; Ralph Kranzler, GC refund, 563.25; Republic National Distributing, GC Resale, 1,031.61; Sanitation Products Inc, Sewer Repairs, 2,890.69; SD Department of Revenue, Water Testing, 214.00; SD Municipal League, District Meeting, 200.00; SD Public Assurance Alliance, Insurance Premium, 40.00; Sheehan Mack Sales & Equip, Water Repairs, 3,434.27; Sigler Fire Equipment, GC Supplies, 24.00; Sioux Falls Networks, Professional Services, 680.00; Sioux Falls Utilities, Sewer Discharge Fee, 29,083.06; Sioux Valley Energy, Utilities, 26,291.77; Sirchie Finger Print Labs, Police Supplies, 66.67; Sprint, Utilities, 219.77; SD Unemployment Ins Division, 1st Quarter Unemployment Ins, 2,822.28; Stan Houston Equip, Street Supplies, 27.80; Star Quality Jobsites, Professional Services, 450.00; Stitch N Nitch, Police Supplies, 18.33; Sturdevant's Auto Parts, Various Dept Supplies, 527.71; Sunshine, Various Dept Supplies, 165.53; Sure Test, Professional Services, 193.60; SystemDudes Inc, GC Repairs, 55.00; Taylor Made Golf Company, Pro Shop Resale, 3,682.87; The Tessman Company, GC Supplies, 6,620.35; Titan Machinery, Street Supplies, 1,550.28; Titleist, Pro Shop Resale, 12,998.78; Tony's Catering, GC Caterings, 1,814.85; Tri-State Hood Cleaning, GC Repairs, 445.00; Tyler Technologies, Software, 2,000.00; Ultra Chem Inc, GC Supplies, 233.80; US Postal Service, Rent, 172.00; US Postmaster, March Water Billing, 1,327.79; Verizon Wireless, Utilities, 2,168.90; Vogel Motors, Police Supplies, 444.48; Wade Else, Police Training, 138.34; Wellmark BCBS, April Premiums, 38,453.09; First National Bank, Water Treatment Plant Loan, 43,926.94; First National Bank, Golf Cart Loan, 2,826.10; First National Bank, Bethany Drainage Loan, 9,653.70; City Administration, March 13, 2014 Payroll, 3,307.62; Deputy Finance Officer, March 13, 2014 Payroll, 2,216.57; Police, March 13, 2014 Payroll, 16,884.24; Building Inspections, March 13, 2014 Payroll, 1,037.83; Street Department, March 13, 2014 Payroll, 5,405.02; Park Department, March 13, 2014 Payroll, 2,861.31; Chamber of Commerce, March 13, 2014 Payroll, 1,230.69; Water Department, March 13, 2014 Payroll, 5,823.43; Sewer Department, March 13, 2014 Payroll, 3,475.57; Golf Course Grounds, March 13, 2014 Payroll, 2,591.19; Golf Course Lounge, March 13, 2014 Payroll, 711.55; Golf Course Pro Shop, March 13, 2014 Payroll, 1,622.35; Golf Course Community Room, March 13, 2014 Payroll, 546.88; 941 Payroll Taxes, March 13, 2014 Payroll, 16,224.87; SD Retirement System Supplemental, March 13, 2014 Payroll, 692.50; TASC Flex Plan, March 13, 2014 Payroll, 1,356.90; Council, March 27, 2014 Payroll, 6,480.26; Mayor, March 27, 2014 Payroll, 1,555.20; City Administration, March 27, 2014 Payroll, 3,307.62; Planning & Zoning, March 27, 2014 Payroll, 997.36; Tree Board, March 27, 2014 Payroll, 304.74; Deputy Finance Officer, March 27, 2014 Payroll, 2,226.73; Police, March 27, 2014 Payroll, 17,067.83; Building Inspections, March 27, 2014 Payroll, 1,037.83; Street Department, March 27, 2014 Payroll, 4,976.60; Park Department, March 27, 2014 Payroll, 2,767.13; Chamber of Commerce, March 27, 2014 Payroll, 1,230.69; Water Department, March 27, 2014 Payroll, 5,607.69; Sewer Department, March 27, 2014 Payroll, 3,008.22; Golf Course Grounds, March 27, 2014 Payroll, 2,591.19; Golf Course Lounge, March 27, 2014 Payroll, 925.75; Golf Course Pro Shop, March 27, 2014 Payroll, 3,165.09; Golf Course Community Room, March 27, 2014 Payroll, 859.32; 941 Payroll Taxes, March 27, 2014 Payroll, 18,587.67; SD Retirement System Supplemental, March 27, 2014 Payroll, 692.50; SD Retirement System, March Contribution, 17,855.26; TASC Flex Plan, March 27, 2014 Payroll, 1,356.90
ORDINANCE #511 - LANDSCAPING STANDARDS
Alderwoman Fish moved Alderman Brooks seconded to give second reading to Ordinance #511. TITLE: AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF BRANDON, SD, AMENDING THE ZONING ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF BRANDON, SD, BY AMENDING SECTION 15-12-12, LANDSCAPING STANDARDS. A roll call vote show Brooks, Fish, Hansen, Hausman, Jones and Smith voting aye. Motion carred.
ORDINANCE #514 - ON-PREMISE SIGNS
Alderwoman Hausman moved Alderman Brooks seconded to give second reading to Ordinance #514. TITLE: AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF BRANDON, SD, AMENDING THE ZONING ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF BRANDON, SD, BY AMENDING SECTION 15-12-6, ON-PREMISE SIGNS. A roll call vote show Brooks, Fish, Hansen, Hausman, Jones and Smith voting aye. Motion carred.
PROCLAMATION #2014-01 - BUILDING SAFETY MONTH, MAY 2014
Proclamation #2014-01 was presented declaring the month of May 2014 as Building Safety Month in Brandon, SD. Paul Clarke, Brandon's new Building Official/Code Enforcement Officer was introduced.
Proclamation #2014 - 01
Building Safety Month - May, 2014
Whereas, the City of Brandon's continuing efforts to address the critical issues of safety, energy efficiency, and resilience in the built environment that affect our citizens, both in everyday life and in times of natural disaster, give us confidence that our structures are safe and sound, and;
Whereas, our confidence is achieved through the devotion of vigilant guardians--building safety and fire prevention officials, architects, engineers, builders, tradespeople, laborers and others in the construction industry--who work year-round to ensure the safe construction of buildings, and;
Whereas, these guardians-dedicated members of the International Code Council-use a governmental consensus process that brings together local, state and federal officials with expertise in the built environment to create and implement the highest-quality codes to protect Americans in the buildings where we live, learn, work, worship, play, and;
Whereas, the International Codes, the most widely adopted building safety, energy and fire prevention codes in the nation, are used by most U.S. cities, counties and states; these modern building codes also include safeguards to protect the public from natural disasters such as hurricanes, snowstorms, tornadoes, wild land fires and earthquakes, and;
Whereas, Building Safety Month is sponsored by the International Code Council, to remind the public about the critical role of our communities' largely unknown guardians of public safety--our local code officials--who assure us of safe, efficient and livable buildings, and;
Whereas, "Building Safety: Maximizing Resilience, Minimizing Risks" the theme for Building Safety Month 2014, encourages all Americans to raise awareness of the importance of building safe and resilient construction; fire prevention; disaster mitigation, backyard safety; energy efficiency and new technologies in the construction industry. Building Safety Month 2014 encourages appropriate steps everyone can take to ensure that the places where we live, learn, work, worship and play are safe and sustainable, and recognizes that countless lives have been saved due to the implementation of safety codes by local and state agencies, and,
Whereas, each year, in observance of Building Safety Month, Americans are asked to consider projects to improve building safety and sustain ability at home and in the community, and to acknowledge the essential service provided to all of us by local and state building departments, fire prevention bureaus and federal agencies in protecting lives and property.
IN TESTIMONY THEREOF, I do hereby proclaim the month of May 2014 as Building Safety Month. Accordingly, I encourage our citizens to join with their communities in participation in Building Safety Month activities. I have hereunto set my hand and affixed the Great Seal of the City of Brandon, South Dakota, this 7th day of April, 2014.
_______________________
Larry D. Beesley, Mayor
City of Brandon, South Dakota
BIDS RECEIVED ON SURPLUS POLICE VEHICLES
The Golf Course and Police Committee reports were heard. Alderman Jones moved Alderman Smith seconded to accept the bid from Chicago Motors, Inc. in the amounts of $2,007.00 for police vehicle #80 and $1,807.00 for police vehicle #81. Motion carried.
#80, #81
Chicago Motors, Inc., $2,007.00, $1,807.00; Olson Digging & Pump Repair, $1,585.00, $1,212.00; Yousef Dabbagh, $809.00, $809.00; Asia Motors, Inc., $695.00, $595.00
RESOLUTION #4-14 - RENAME TOWER TECH AVENUE
The Park & Recreation and Administration Committee reports were heard. Alderman Hansen moved Alderwoman Hausman seconded to approve Resolution #4-14. A roll call vote show Brooks, Fish, Hansen, Hausman, Jones and Smith voting aye. Motion carred.
RESOLUTION #04-14
WHEREAS, a plat was approved by the City of Brandon and filed with the Minnehaha County on June 24, 2008, recorded in Book 70, Page155, that named "North Tower Tech Avenue" on a right-of-way shown.
WHEREAS, the Brandon City Council wishes to change the name of "North Tower Tech Avenue" to "North Plum Avenue".
THEREFORE LET IT BE RESOLVED that the right-of-way bordering property described as Lot 1, Block 1, Brandon Industrial Park First Addition; Tract 1, Block 1, Brandon Industrial Park First Addition; Lot 1, Block 1, Corson Development Park; and Lot 3 Block 1 Corson Development Park; all in the City of Brandon, Minnehaha County, South Dakota shall no longer be known and described as "N Tower Tech Avenue" but shall hereinafter be dedicated and known as "N Plum Avenue".
Dated this 7th day of April, 2014.
____________________
Larry D. Beesley
Mayor
ATTEST:
____________________
Dennis E. Olson
Municipal Finance Officer
(SEAL)
AVERA EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM
Alderman Brooks moved Alderwoman Hausman seconded to approve the Employee Assistance Program from Avera, as presented. Motion carried.
ORDINANCE #515 - AMENDING 6-2-2 LICENSE REQUIRED
Alderman Jones moved Alderman Smith seconded to give first reading to Ordinance #515. TITLE: AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF BRANDON, SD, AMENDING 6-2-2 LICENSE REQUIRED IDENTIFYING PERSON THAT CAN UNDERTAKE BUILDING CONTRACTING WITHOUT OBTAINING A CONTRACTOR'S LICENSE. A roll call vote show Brooks, Fish, Hansen, Hausman, Jones and Smith aye. Motion carred.
CUSTER PARKWAY RECONSTRUCTION, SIOUX & ASPEN BOULEVARD STORM SEWER BIDS
The Street Committee report was heard. Bids were reviewed for the Custer Parkway Reconstruction, Sioux Boulevard Storm Sewer and Aspen Boulevard Storm Sewer Project. Alderwoman Hausman moved Alderman Smith seconded to accept the bid from Haarsma Construction, Inc. in the amount of $652,227.39 Schedule A & C. Motion carried.
Bidders, Schedule A&C, Schedule A&B&C
Haarsma Construction, Inc.; Sioux Falls, $652,227.39, $777,650.92; Myrl & Roys Paving, Inc.; Sioux Falls, $662,221.74, $799,939.06; Metro Construction, Inc.; Tea, $685,606.83, $819,342.63; H&W Contracting, LLC.; Sioux Falls, $722,158.70, $848,780.12; First Rate Excavate, Inc.; Sioux Falls, $820,576.07, $952,203.02; Runge Enterprises, Inc.; Sioux Falls, $905,307.69, $1,067,422.80
TEMPORARY EASEMENT FOR WATER WELL EXPLORATION
Alderwoman Hansen moved Alderman Jones seconded to approve the temporary easements for water well exploration on the following described real estate in Minnehaha County, South Dakota: "Iverson's Tract 1 in the South Half (S 1/2) of Section 28, Township 102 North, Range 48 West of the 5th P.M., Minnehaha County, South Dakota." The motion includes approval for the following documents: Temporary Easement Agreement, Option Agreement, Memorandum of Purchase Agreement and Agreement. Motion carried.
COST PROJECTIONS FOR PUMPING EFFLUENT TO SIOUX FALLS
Cost estimates were received from the City of Sioux Falls for additional pumping of effluent to the Sioux Falls Wastewater Treatment Plant. No formal action taken.
A request was received to extend the storm sewer at 1617 E. Redwood Boulevard in the City of Brandon. No formal action taken.
At 6:51 p.m. Alderman Jones moved Alderwoman Hansen seconded to go in to executive session to discuss legal matters with City Attorney. Motion carried. At 6:58 p.m. Council President Jones declared the executive session ended.
At 6:59 p.m. on a motion by Alderwoman Hansen seconded by Alderman Brooks the meeting was adjourned.
____________________
Blaine Jones
Council President
____________________
Melissa Labahn
Municipal Recording Clerk
Published once at the total approximate cost of $169.32.
1439246 April 16, 2014

INVITATION TO BID
Sealed bids for the BRANDON VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL HVAC, FIRE PROTECTION, & LIGHTING UPGRADES, located at 301 South Splitrock Boulevard, Brandon, South Dakota will be received by David Pappone, Superintendent of Schools, Brandon Valley School District at the Brandon Valley School District Administration Building Conference Room, 300 South Splitrock Boulevard, Brandon, South Dakota until 2:00 p.m. prevailing time on April 29, 2014. The bids will be opened and read aloud.
A single combined bid will be received in accordance with the Construction Documents prepared by Associated Consulting Engineering, Inc., dated April 9, 2014. All bidders shall take note of the AIA Document A701 "Instruction to Bidders", the AIA Document A201 "General Conditions of the Contract for Construction", and the Supplementary Conditions which are a part of the Construction Documents.
Plans and Specifications will be made available to all prime bidders and major subcontractors for a refundable deposit of $50.00. The deposit will be refunded if the set is returned in good condition within 10 days of the bid opening.
Plans and Specifications will be made available and may be examined at the office of the engineer, Associated Consulting Engineering, Inc. 340 S. Phillips Avenue, Sioux Falls, South Dakota and at:
Sioux Falls Builders Exchange, Sioux Falls, SD; Plains Builders Exchange, Sioux Falls, SD; Construction Industry Center, Rapid City, SD; Minnesota Builders Exchange, Minneapolis, MN; McGraw-Hill Construction Plan Room, Minneapolis, MN; Sioux City Construction League, Sioux City, IA; Siouxland Blueprint, Sioux City, IA; Omaha Builders Exchange, Omaha, NE; Lincoln Builders Bureau, Lincoln, NE; Fargo-Moorhead Builders Exchange, Fargo, ND
Each bidder must deposit bid security with the bid. Such security shall be based upon the amount of the base bid and shall consist of a Bid Bond for ten percent (10%) of the amount or a certified check, cashiers check or draft in the amount of five percent (5%) of the base bid and drawn on a State or National Bank. Such Bid Bond shall be issued by a surety authorized to do business in the state of South Dakota and payable to the Owner. The Bid Bond shall guarantee the execution of the contract by the successful bidder and shall be held by the Owner until said contract is executed.
No bidder may withdraw a bid for 30 days following the bid opening without a written request explaining the cause of the withdrawal and without written consent of the Owner after reviewing the cause.
A Pre-Bid Conference will be held on April 22, 2014 at 3:30 PM. Enter the school through the main school doors on the east side of the building.
The Owner reserves the right to reject any and all bids or parts hereof, and to waive any irregularities of any bid. The Owner also reserves the right to award the Contract to the lowest responsible bidder as may be determined by the Owner.
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Paul J. Lundberg,
Business Manager
Brandon Valley School District 49-2
Published twice at a total approximate cost of $69.87.
1438996 Apr. 16 & 23, 2014

ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES
BRANDON VALLEY SCHOOL DISTRICT - #49-2
BRANDON, SD 57005-1652
BID CLOSE: May 1, 2014 -
2:00 p.m. Local Time
Notice is hereby given that sealed bids will be received at the George A. Gulson Administrative Center of the Brandon Valley School District #49-2, 300 South Splitrock Boulevard, Brandon, South Dakota, until 2:00 p.m. local time on the 1st day of May 2014, for Custodial Supplies for the Brandon Valley School District, in accordance with specifications prepared by the Brandon Valley School District #49-2.
Sealed proposals will be received at the office of the District Operations Manager, until 2:00 p.m. May 1, 2014 local time. Immediately thereafter proposals will be opened publicly and read aloud. Bids received after said time will be returned unopened. Oral, telegraphic, or telephone proposal and modifications will not be considered. Proposals shall not be withdrawn by any bidder for a period of thirty (30) calendar days after opening of bids. Proposals submitted on forms other than the one provided will not be considered.
The Board of Education will review the bids received and pass upon them at a regular or special Board meeting to be held no later than thirty (30) days following the bid opening.
The Board of Education of the Brandon Valley School District #49-2, reserves the right to reject any and all proposals, to accept proposals it deems to be in its best interest, and to waive any or all informalities in bidding procedures.
By virtue of statutory authority, preference will be given to materials, products, and supplies found or produced within the State of South Dakota.
________________
Paul J. Lundberg,
Business Manager
Brandon Valley School District 49-2
Published twice at a total approximate cost of $45.81.
1438995 Apr. 16 & 23, 2014

MINUTES
PLANNING & ZONING
COMMISSION
The Brandon Planning & Zoning Commission met in regular session at 6:30 p.m. on March 20, 2014 at the Brandon City Council Chambers.
Roll call was taken. Members present were Commissioners Paul Bosch, Tim Jorgenson, Bob Serk, Todd Stone and Linda Weber. Also present were Alderman Roger Brooks, Mayor Larry Beesley and City Administrator Bryan Read. Absent was Commissioner Chuck Parsons.
Commissioner Serk moved Commissioner Jorgenson seconded to approve the agenda with order changes. Motion carried.
Commissioner Serk moved Commissioner Stone seconded to approve the minutes of the March 6, 2014 regular meeting and the March 13, 2014 special meeting. Motion carried.
A Conditional Use Application for 100 E. Cedar Street was presented. Owner, Dale Beukelman, was present for discussion. Dale wants to add on to his existing daycare, currently enrolls 39 kids; will add 30. Before a permit is issued need to make sure the building meets all building codes. Commissioner Weber moved Commissioner Serk seconded to approve the Conditional Use as presented. Motion carried.
Ordinance #511 Landscaping Standards was further discussed. Item E, #3 - remove "or across right-of-way from residentially use property." Will recommend this change to the Council for the second reading on April 7, 2014.
Toby Brown, SECOG, was present to discuss the Comprehensive Plan update. Discussion on the future land use, growth area and major street plan maps.
Planning & Zoning Commission Bylaws were presented by Toby.
At 7:22p.m. having no further business, Commissioner Serk moved Commissioner Bosch seconded to adjourn the Planning & Zoning Commission meeting. Motion carried.
Respectfully Submitted,
__________________
Bryan H. Read
City Administrator
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Melissa Labahn
Recording Clerk
Published once at the total approximate cost of $29.88.
1438951 Apr. 16, 2014

ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
CHILD NUTRITION DAIRY
REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL (RFP)
BRANDON VALLEY SCHOOL DISTRICT - #49-2
RFP CLOSES: May 15th - 1:00 p.m. Local Time
Notice is hereby given that sealed RFP's will be received at the George A. Gulson Administrative Center of the Brandon Valley School District #49-2, 300 South Splitrock Boulevard, Brandon, South Dakota, until 1:00 p.m. local time on the 15th day of May 2014, for the Dairy Vendor for the Brandon Valley School District in accordance with specifications prepared by the Brandon Valley School District #49-2, 300 S. Splitrock Boulevard, Brandon, South Dakota 57005 to the attention of Gay Anderson, CNS Director.
Proposals will be opened informally and reviewed at that time. RFP's received after said time will be returned unopened. Oral, telegraphic, or telephone proposal and modifications will not be considered. Proposals shall not be withdrawn by any bidder for a period of thirty (30) calendar days after opening of bids. Proposals submitted on forms other than the one provided will not be considered.
Recommendation to the Board of Education to accept RFP received and at a regular or special Board meeting to be held no later than thirty (30) days following the RFP opening.
The Board of Education of the Brandon Valley School District #49-2, reserves the right to reject any and all proposals, to accept proposals it deems to be in its best interest, and to waive any or all informalities in bidding procedures.
By virtue of statutory authority, preference will be given to materials, products, and supplies found or produced within the State of South Dakota.
____________________
Paul J. Lundberg,
Business Manager
Brandon Valley School District 49-2
Published twice at an approximate cost of $46.39.
1438851 Apr. 9 & 16, 2014

Red Rock Township
Advertisement for Bids
Red Rock Township in Minnehaha County in South Dakota will accept bids for grading, snow removal, graveling and mowing of township roads. Bids must be received by the clerk on or before April 24, and will be opened April 29 at 7:00 p.m. at the monthly board meeting. The Board of Supervisors reserves the right to reject any or all bids.
James Andersen
Township Clerk
phone 605-582-3856
Published twice at the total approximate cost of $21.15.
1438734 April 9 & 16, 2014






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