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April 22. 2014 10:05AM
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON APPLICATION FOR
A ONE DAY ALCOHOLIC (MALT) BEVERAGE LICENSE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the City Council in and for the City of Brandon, South Dakota, on the 5th day of May, 2014, at the hour of 6:00 p.m. in the Brandon Council Chambers at 308 S Main Avenue, will meet in regular session to consider an application for a One Day Alcoholic Beverage License (Malt Beverage On\off Sale) to operate within the municipality on June 7, 2014 from the Brandon Volunteer Firefighter Department at 401 North Sioux Boulevard, Brandon, South Dakota 57005.
NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that any person, persons, or their attorney may appear and be heard at said scheduled public hearing who are interested in the approval or rejection of any such application.
Dated this 16th day of April, 2014.
____________________
Dennis E. Olson
Municipal Finance Officer
Published once at the total approximate cost of $20.92.
1439632 Apr. 23, 2014

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON APPLICATION FOR
TRANSFER OF AN ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE LICENSE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the City Council in and for the City of Brandon, South Dakota, on the 5th day of May, 2014, at the hour of 6:00 p.m. in the Council Chambers at 308 Main Avenue, Brandon, SD, will meet in regular session to consider the following application of transfer for an Alcoholic Beverage License to operate within the municipality for the licensing period ending June 30, 2014.
FROM: Tailgators Grill & Bar, 1013 N Splitrock Blvd, Brandon, SD 57005, SP Brandon Inc, 1013 N Splitrock Blvd, Brandon, SD 57005, Retail (On-off Sale) Malt Beverage
TO: Tailgators Grill & Bar, 1013 N Splitrock Blvd, Brandon, SD 57005, DH Ventures Inc, 1013 N Splitrock Blvd, Brandon, SD 57005, Retail (On-off Sale) Malt Beverage
NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that any person, persons, or their attorney may appear and be heard at said public hearing who are interested in the approval or rejection of any such application.
Dated this 16th day of April, 2014.
____________________
Dennis E. Olson
Municipal Finance Officer
Published once at the total approximate cost of $24.23.
1439631 Apr. 23, 2014

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON APPLICATION FOR
TRANSFER OF AN ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE LICENSE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the City Council in and for the City of Brandon, South Dakota, on the 5th day of May, 2014, at the hour of 6:00 p.m. in the Council Chambers at 308 Main Avenue, Brandon, SD, will meet in regular session to consider the following application of transfer for an Alcoholic Beverage License to operate within the municipality for the licensing period ending December 31, 2014.
FROM: Tailgators Grill & Bar, 1013 N Splitrock Blvd, Brandon, SD 57005, SP Brandon Inc, 1013 N Splitrock Blvd, Brandon, SD 57005, Retail (On Sale) Liquor Including Sunday On-Sale
TO: Tailgators Grill & Bar, 1013 N Splitrock Blvd, Brandon, SD 57005, DH Ventures Inc, 1013 N Splitrock Blvd, Brandon, SD 57005, Retail (On Sale) Liquor Including Sunday On-Sale
NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that any person, persons, or their attorney may appear and be heard at said public hearing who are interested in the approval or rejection of any such application.
Dated this 16th day of April, 2014.
__________________
Dennis E. Olson
Municipal Finance Officer
Published once at the total approximate cost of $24.23.
1439630 Apr. 23, 2014

The regular meeting of the Brandon Valley Board of Education, Brandon, SD was held at 6:30 p.m. on the 14th of April, 2014 at the Brandon Valley High School Community Room with the following members present: Renee Ullom, Sue Hegland, Sandy Klatt, and Cary Schroeder. Absent: Gregg Ode. Also present were Superintendent David Pappone, Business Manager Paul J. Lundberg, High School Principal Gregg Talcott, High School Assistant Principal Mark Schlekeway, Middle School Principal Brad Thorson, Middle School Assistant Principal Nick Skibsted, Brandon Elementary Principal Merle Horst, Robert Bennis Elementary Principal Karen Heyden, Valley Springs Elementary Principal Tanya Palmer, Fred Assam Elementary Principal Susan Foster, Director of Instruction Marge Hauser, District Special Services Director Lyn Heidenson, and Operations Manager Ty Hentschel.
Renee Ullom called the meeting to order and opened with the Pledge of Allegiance.
Motion by Klatt, seconded by Schroeder to approve the agenda as presented. Motion carried.
Motion by Hegland, seconded by Klatt to approve the minutes of the regular meetings of March 10, 2014 and March 24, 2014 as presented. Motion carried.
Motion by Schroeder, seconded by Klatt to approve the bills and claims as submitted (see attached). Motion carried.
The cash report for the month of March, 2014 showed receipts of $2,191,175.31 and disbursements of $2,352,124.81 leaving a balance of $21,807,301.21. The General Fund had receipts of $1,421,814.65, and disbursements of $1,819,227.86, leaving a balance of $4,910,513.41. Capital Outlay Fund had receipts of $50,100.88 and disbursements of $109,631.39, leaving a balance of $1,760,940.36. Special Education Fund had receipts of $687,637.13 and disbursements $179,455.56, leaving a balance of $899,865.41. Pension Fund had receipts of $4,634.50 and disbursements of $0, leaving a balance of $500,724.04. Bond Redemption Fund had receipts of $24,743.68 and disbursements of $0, leaving a balance of $115,856.01. Enterprise Fund had receipts of $1,055.00 and disbursements of $0, leaving a balance of $49,484.61. Capital Projects Fund had receipts of $1,189.47 and disbursements of $243,810.00, leaving a balance of $13,569,917.37.
The March, 2014 payroll totaled $1,392,577.79, of which $692,127.44 was instructional, $378,624.55 was support services, $33,041.19 was co-curricular, $229,546.23 was Special Education, and $59,238.38 was Food Service.
Motion by Klatt, seconded by Hegland to approve the financial reports as presented for the month of March, 2014. Motion carried.
Administrative reports were heard. Superintendent Pappone provided the Board with a draft copy of an Instructional Technology Coach job description. Last year, BV hired a Technology Integrationalist, and now we are looking to hire Technology Coaches with the expectations that this position would use up to 3 planning periods per week and on average 2 hours extra time after school. They would be available to the staff in their building for instructional technology. It is our proposal that these employees will be paid on the extra-curricular schedule, with that pay being negotiated with the Brandon Valley Education Association (BVEA).
Negotiations with the Brandon Valley Education Association (BVEA) are scheduled on Wednesday, April 16, 2014, at 6 p.m. at the Central Office conference room with the Personnel Committee and the Central Office team to represent the board.
Bids for the Intermediate School will be opened on Thursday, April 17, 2014 at 3 p.m. Pappone shared that both the Pierre School District and the Brookings School District had recently received higher than expected bids on recent building projects, however our architect is cautiously optimistic that our bid will still be within the budget that we projected. A special Board of Education meeting is scheduled for Monday, April 21st at 6:30 p.m., to approve the bids for the Intermediate School. The meeting will be held at the Central Office Conference Room.
Teacher of the Year Selection Committee, which involves the Personnel Committee, is scheduled to meet April 25th. The Staff Appreciation/Retirement/Recognition/Teacher of the Year Banquet is scheduled for Tuesday, May 6th, at 6 p.m. in the High School Commons. Tickets will be arriving in the mail shortly. Pappone encouraged all to attend.
Middle School Principal Brad Thorson reported that the Middle School will be holding the annual Sixth Grade Wax Museum on Tuesday and Thursday, April 22nd and 24th from 6:30 - 8 p.m. Also, Thorson announced that the BVMS annual Spring Fling Talent Show and Dance will be held the evening of April 25th. Lastly, he reported that the smarter-balance testing is currently taking place at the Middle School and has been going very smoothly thus far.
Fred Assam Elementary Principal Susan Foster introduced FAE 5th Grade teacher Mr. Jon Peters along with two 5th grade students, Kennedy Nuebel and Paige Rist. They shared a school project that FAE has been working on regarding a small donation that they received that has grown into a large donation to Sanford Children's Hospital.
Motion by Hegland, seconded by Klatt to approve the following general business items:
1. Approve Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention Services agreement by and between Carroll Institute and the Brandon Valley School District, $4,000 payable in 10 monthly payments of $400 each due by the 25th of each month, effective 9/1/2014 through 6/30/2015.
2. Approve contract with Tom Henderson/Restoration Generation honorarium of $1,000 to speak for Freshman Unity Day.
3. Approve administrative recommendation to approve the following open enrollments as presented: #15-38, 15-39, 15-40 and 14-43.
Motion carried.
Motion by Klatt, seconded by Schroeder to approve the following personnel items:
1. Approve resignation of Megan VanderHaar, VSE second grade teacher, effective at the end of the 2013-14 school year.
2. Approve resignation / retirement by Gail Bauer, VSE Special Education Educational Assistant, effective at the end of the 2013-14 school year.
3. Approve salary adjustment for Gay Anderson, Child Nutrition Director, for a $2,000 annualized pay increase upon completing the School Nutrition Specialist Credential.
4. Approve recommendation for an unpaid leave of absence of five days (5/19-23/2014) requested by Sara Rief, BVMS Special Education Educational Assistant.
5. Approve recommendation to hire Alyssa Hansen, RBE first grade teacher, BA Step 1, $34,300 based on the 2013-14 hiring schedule, effective with the 2014-15 school year.
6. Approve recommendation to hire Jayna Specht, RBE second grade teacher, BA Step Base, $34,000 based on the 2013-14 hiring schedule, effective with the 2014-15 school year.
7. Approve recommendation to hire Amanda Maycroft, BVMS eighth grade science teacher, BA Step 3, $34,913 based on the 2013-14 hiring schedule, effective with the 2014-15 school year.
8. Approve recommendation to hire Angie Kautz, FAE second grade teacher, BA Step 5, $35,566 based on the 2013-14 hiring schedule, effective with the 2014-15 school year.
9. Approve recommendation to hire Kyla Kemp, FAE second grade teacher, BA Step Base, $34,000 based on the 2013-14 hiring schedule, effective with the 2014-15 school year.
10. Approve recommendation to hire Sarah Harte, FAE fourth grade teacher, MA Step 9, $37,935 based on the 2013-14 hiring schedule, effective with the 2014-15 school year.
11. Approve resignation of Kayla Jensen, BE first grade, effective at the end of the 2013-14 school year and rescind the non-renewal action from March 24, 2014 Board of Education meeting.
Motion carried.
The following personnel items were reviewed by the Board of Education for information only:
1. Approve transfer of Leah Williamson from FAE Jr. Kindergarten to FAE Kindergarten, effective with the 2014-15 school year.
2. Approve transfer of Kimberly Becker from BE first grade teacher to FAE first grade teacher, effective with the 2014-15 school year.
3. Approve transfer of Noel Sunne from FAE fifth grade teacher to FAE fourth grade teacher, effective with the 2014-15 school year.
4. Approve request from Shelly Berg of six weeks of maternity leave beginning on or about May 17, 2014.
5. Approve transfer of Kim Skibsted from BVMS Family and Consumer Science/Heath teacher to BVMS-7th grade Language Arts teacher, effective with the 2014-15 school year.
6. Approve transfer of Katie Price from BVMS Language Arts teacher to BVHS English teacher, effective with the 2014-15 school year.
Communication received by the Central Office and Board of Education was reviewed. They included the following items:
1. March 2014 Building Permits.
2. Thank you from Nancy Gonseth for the kind gesture of remembrance of her mother, Darlene Denger.
3. Thank you from Brenda Waterbury for the beautiful plant sent while she was recovering from surgery.
Board Reports were presented. Sandy Klatt reported on the National School Board Association's 74th annual Conference in New Orleans that she and Sue Hegland recently attended. They are very thankful to be allowed to attend the conference and also for the great district that they represented there.
Sue Hegland echoed Sandy's comments and also shared how impressive some of the many keynote speakers were at this convention. One of the most powerful statements that Mrs. Hegland heard was "The world doesn't care what you know…it cares what you do with what you know". Again, she was thankful for the opportunity to attend.
Hegland also reported that the Student Activities, Curriculum & Technology Committee met this week and they are doing a lot of work to try to identify the next steps for adoption of the Math program. They will continue to meet monthly now to prepare for this adoption.
Renee Ullom thanked all Brandon Valley Staff for being willing to push the envelope, to be open to change, and to have the passion to do what they do every day. She spoke for the entire board on the pride that they have for what the Brandon Valley staff does each and every day!
Motion by Klatt, seconded by Schroeder to adjourn the meeting at 6:50 p.m. Motion carried.
Signed ________________
Business Manager
Approved by the Board of Education this 12th day of May, 2014.
Signed_________________
Chairperson
BRANDON VALLEY
SCHOOL DISTRICT 49-2
INVOICE LISTING -
FOOD SERVICE
APRIL 2014
PAYEE, DESCRIPTION, AMOUNT
ANDERSON, GAY, MILEAGE, 66.78, SUPPLIES, 105.94; BVSD ADVANCED PAYMENTS, ADVANCED PAYMENTS, 185.33; BRANDON VALLEY TRUST & AGENCY, FOOD PURCHASES, 340.20; CHESTERMAN CO, FOOD PURCHASES, 527.00; DACOTAH PAPER, SUPPLIES, 3,260.34; DEAN FOODS INC, FOOD PURCHASES, 23,101.72; DFAS, FOOD PURCHASES, 21,322.11; EARTHBEND LLC, COMPUTER EQUIP, 299.31; EXPRESS PRODUCE, FOOD PURCHASES, 187.35; FOOD SERVICES OF AMERICA, FOOD PURCHASES, 76,047.74; CASH-WA DISTRIBUTING, FOOD PURCHASES, 1,684.90, SUPPLIES, 1,956.84; INSTITUTIONS SERVICES, INC, REPAIRS, 1,008.52, SUPPLIES, 867.68; SUNSHINE FOODS, FOOD PURCHASES, 6.98; PAN-O-GOLD BAKING CO, FOOD PURCHASES, 2,595.35; PEPSI, FOOD PURCHASES, 1,643.70; POMEGRANATE MARKET, FOOD PURCHASES, 197.18; SOUTH DAKOTA DEPT OF LABOR, UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE, 1,586.00; SWENSON, JENNIFER, MILEAGE, 38.64; TOTAL 137,029.61
BRANDON VALLEY
SCHOOL DISTRICT 49-2
INVOICE LISTING
APRIL 2014
PAYEE, DESCRIPTION, AMOUNT
3D SECURITY INC, VSE-FIRE ALARM REPAIRS, 127.50; 95 PERCENT GROUP INC, BE-CLASSROOM SUPPLIES, 355.30; A&B BUSINESS SOLUTIONS INC, COPIER LEASES, 6,459.74; ASSOCIATED CONSULTING ENGINEERING, ENGINEER FEES-HS HVAC UPGRADE, 18,000.00; ACP DIRECT, ELEMENTARY TESTING SUPPLIES, 276.95; ALLIED OIL & SUPPLY, BUS REPAIRS, 380.37, BUS TIRES, 4,561.58, LUBRICANTS, 133.50; GECRB/ AMAZON, BE OFFICE-PRINTER REPAIRS, 248.84, MS-LIBRARY BOOKS, 142.12, MS-READING MATERIALS, 1,022.05; APPERSON, BOE ELECTION SUPPLIES, 776.42, HS-SCANNER SUPPLIES, 1,689.35; APPLE COMPUTER, INC, VSE-WELLNESS SUPPLIES, 1,998.40; ARCHITECTURE, INC, ARCHITECT FEES-INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL, 156,048.00, ARCHITECT FEES-VSE FIRE ESCAPE, 2,476.15; ARGUS LEADER MEDIA, LEGALS, 388.67; AUTOMATIC DOOR GROUP, RBE-INTERIOR LOCK SWITCH, 156.12; BAKKE, CINDY, HS MUSICAL-COSTUMER, 1,125.00; BANDRIBBONS, INC, HS-BAND SUPPLIES, 553.50; BARNES & NOBLE BOOKSELLERS, HS-LIBRARY BOOKS, 937.60, MS-LIBRARY BOOKS, 563.31, VSE-PRINCIPAL SUPPLIES, 60.00; BATTERY SYSTEMS, BUS REPAIRS, 168.00; BATTERIES PLUS, FAE-CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES, 239.68, HS-CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES, 143.88; BECK, BILL, MILEAGE, 140.70; BERNDT, PAUL, HS MUSICAL-REFUND, 6.00; BEST WESTERN RAMKOTA INN, TRAVEL-ALL STATE BAND, 1,847.79; BILLION CHEVROLET, 2014 IMPALA, 17,700.00; BIRATH, JAIDON, HS MUSICAL-REFUND, 8.00; BLY, KIM, HS MUSICAL-REFUND, 24.00; BMI SUPPLY, THEATER SUPPLIES, 573.06; BOBZIEN, ADAM, REGISTRATION, 75.00; BORDER STATES INDUSTRIES, INC, HS-LIGHTING SUPPLIES, 421.32; BRAATEN, MARILYN, MILEAGE TO PARENTS, 281.20; BRANDON MUNICIPAL GOLF COURSE, BOYS GOLF SUPPLIES, 250.00, GIRLS GOLF SUPPLIES, 1,750.00; CITY OF BRANDON, UTILITIES-WATER/SEWER, 4,305.68; BRANDON LUMBER CO, INC, HS-INDUSTRIAL TECH SUPPLIES, 139.70; BROOKINGS OPTIMIST JAZZ FESTIVAL, REGISTRATION, 400.00; BROWN & SAENGER, FAE-LAMINATOR, 1,689.00, HS-JOURNALISM SUPPLIES, 19.99; BULTJE, GRACELLA, HS MUSICAL-REFUND, 6.00; BRANDON VALLEY FOOD SERVICE, SUPPLIES/GUEST MEALS, 464.60; BVSD ADVANCED PAYMENTS, ADVANCED PAYMENTS, 5,274.14; BRANDON VALLEY TRUST & AGENCY, AD SUPPLIES, 43.00; CARROLL INSTITUTE, DRUG/ALCOHOL COUNSELING SERVICES, 512.00; CHILDRENS CARE HOSPITAL/ SCHOOL, SPEECH/OT SERVICES, 100.00; CHILDRENS HOME SOCIETY, OT SERVICES, 575.00, TUITION, 3,420.48; CLIFF AVE AUTO PARTS, TRANSPORTATION SUPPLIES, 10.49; CONSTELLATION NEW ENERGY GAS DIV, UTILITIES-GAS, 27,113.33; CPI QUALIFIED PLAN CONSULTANTS, 403(B) REMITTANCE FEES, 96.00; CROSSROADS HOTEL & CONV CENTER, TRAVEL-STATE DEBATE, 157.98; CULLIGAN WATER CONDITIONING, BE-WATER SYSTEM RENTAL, 21.00; DAKOTA RECOGNITION/JOSTENS, HS-GRADUATION SUPPLIES, 300.79; DAKOTA SUPPLY GROUP, DISTRICT-PLUMBING SUPPLIES, 273.14, FAE-PLUMBING SUPPLIES, 299.15, HS-PLUMBING SUPPLIES, 413.66, MS-ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES, 73.88; HAUFF MID-AMERICA SPORTS INC, BOYS GOLF SUPPLIES, 100.00, BOYS TENNIS SUPPLIES, 540.00, CROSS COUNTRY SUPPLIES, 400.00, GIRLS GOLF SUPPLIES, 100.00, GIRLS SOCCER SUPPLIES, (48.95), GIRLS TENNIS SUPPLIES, 540.00, TRACK SUPPLIES, 1,209.70, WRESTING SUPPLIES, 336.00; DATHE, LAURA, HS MUSICAL-REFUND, 12.00; DAYS INN, TRAVEL-STATE WRESTLING, 1,138.00; DEMCO, BE-LIBRARY SUPPLIES, 225.72, FAE-LIBRARY SUPPLIES, 526.00, RBE-LIBRARY SUPPLIES, 430.38, VSE-LIBRARY SUPPLIES, 91.04; DEXTER, KENDRA, HS MUSICAL-COSTUMER, 1,125.00; DOW RUMMEL VILLAGE, HS MUSICAL-REFUND, 54.00; EARTHBEND LLC, BUS GARAGE-PRINTER, 952.00, ELEMENTARY TESTING SUPPLIES, 251.20; ELITE ELECTRIC, HS-LIGHT POLE REPLACEMENT, 1,117.19; ELLIS, JANE, HS MUSICAL-REFUND, 12.00; DEAN EVANS & ASSOCIATES, INC, TECH SUPPORT-EMS, 895.00; FLEET PRIDE, BUS REPAIRS, 121.10, BUS REPAIRS-#013, 2,154.09, BUS REPAIRS-#071, 3,659.96; FOLLETT SCHOOL SOLUTIONS INC, HS-TEXTBOOKS, 27.65; FRANTZ, ZACHARY, HS MUSICAL-REFUND, 6.00; FREDERICKSON, TENNILLE, HS MUSICAL-REFUND, 18.00; G&H DISTRIBUTING, INC, HS-CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES, 6.08; G&K SERVICES, LAUNDRY, 3,384.54; GARNER, JOANN, HS MUSICAL-REFUND, 6.00; GILES, SCOTT, BE-CLASSROOM SUPPLIES, 77.70; GOEMBEL, CLIFF, MILEAGE, 105.84; GOHEEN, BOB, MS-BAND JUDGE, 150.00; GRAINGER, HS-CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES, 257.80, HS-ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES, 65.00, HS-HVAC SUPPLIES, 344.29, MS-CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES, 162.00; G & R CONTROLS, BE-HVAC REPAIRS, 3,952.10, RBE-HVAC REPAIRS, 532.60; HANSEN, ZACH, THEATER WORKER, 30.00; HANSON, SCOTT, HS MUSICAL-REFUND, 6.00; HAROLD'S PHOTO CENTERS, HS YEARBOOK-DIGITAL CAMERA, 1,576.46, HS-JOURNALISM SUPPLIES, (59.98); HARMS OIL CO, FUEL, 27,211.96; MAIL FINANCE, POSTAGE MACHINE LEASE, 717.00; HEINEMANN PUBLISHING, HS-LANGUAGE ARTS SUPPLIES, 54.00; HENSLEY, KRISTI, HS MUSICAL-REFUND, 18.00; HENSON, CHUCK, MILEAGE, 102.90; HENSON, CHARLIE, HS-MUSICAL SUPPLIES, 150.00; HILLYARD/SIOUX FALLS, DISTRICT-CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES, 1,073.32, HS-CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES, 220.65, HS-FLOOR MACHINE REPAIRS, 321.30, MS-CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES, 201.19; HINDBJORGEN, BETH, HS MUSICAL-REFUND, 6.00; HOUCHEN BINDERY, LTD, TEXTBOOK REBINDING, 321.50; HUSKA, TERI, BE-CLASSROOM SUPPLIES, 53.95; JOHNSON CONTROLS, INC, HS-HVAC REPAIRS, 3,314.02; JOHNSON, MIKAYLA, HS MUSICAL-REFUND, 12.00; SUNSHINE FOODS, DISTRICT SUPPLIES, 1,943.97; JUNDT, ANNE, MILEAGE, 38.64; K&M MUSIC, HS-BAND REPAIRS, 20.00, MS-BAND REPAIRS, 100.00, MS-BAND SUPPLIES, 50.16; KENDELL DOORS AND HARDWARE INC, DISTRICT-CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES, 192.76; KIRKPATRICK, DENISE, HS MUSICAL-REFUND, 6.00; KLENNER, PAM, FAE-LIBRARY BOOKS, 53.94; KOCH, UMAIMA, HS MUSICAL-REFUND, 6.00; KREISERS INC, NURSE SUPPLIES, 270.00; KRIER & BLAIN, INC, BE-PLUMBING REPAIRS, 642.92, GROUNDS SHOP-HEATER REPAIRS, 84.80; KRUSE, ALEXA, THEATER WORKER, 30.00; LARSEN-PUDAS, BRENDA, LIBRARY FINE REFUND, 15.49; LAWSON PRODUCTS INC, TRANSPORTATION SUPPLIES, 179.04; MATHESON TRI-GAS INC, GROUNDS SUPPLIES, 43.59, HS-VO/AG SUPPLIES, 521.88, TRANSPORTATION SUPPLIES, 92.07; LIVESCRIBE, HS-MATH SUPPLIES, 178.34; LIVINGSTON, MISSY, LIBRARY FINE REFUND, 16.99; LONG, STACIE, HS MUSICAL-REFUND, 18.00; LUCK'S MUSIC LIBRARY, MS-ORCHESTRA SUPPLIES, 31.90; MACKIN EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES, FAE-LIBRARY BOOKS, 1,700.53, RBE-LIBRARY BOOKS, 3,137.51; MARSO, RANDY, FUEL, 121.05; MARV'S SANITARY SERVICE, GARBAGE PICKUP, 59.25; MASTER BLASTER INC, HS-AUTO MECHANICS SUPPLIES, 153.40; MASTER TEACHER, STAFF RECOGNITION, 804.44; MENARDS-SIOUX FALLS EAST, GROUNDS SUPPLIES, 59.00, HS-VO/AG SUPPLIES, 85.50, HS-INDUSTRIAL TECH SUPPLIES, 284.28; MICHAEL'S FENCE, GROUNDS SUPPLIES, 38.27; MIDWEST BUS PARTS, BUS REPAIRS, 873.02; MID-CENTRAL EDUCATIONAL COOP, HS-TUITION (ONLINE COURSES), 750.00; MIDAMERICAN ENERGY, UTILITIES-GAS, 365.41; MIDWEST SECURITY LAMINATIONS, WINDOW SECURITY FILM INSTALL, 3,742.18; MILLER, JESSE, MILEAGE, 166.32; MOELLER, PAIGE, THEATER WORKER, 25.00; MONARCH SALES, VSE-WELLNESS SUPPLIES (GRANT), 378.07; MOSS, ANY, HS MUSICAL-REFUND, 6.00; MUDDER, MARY, SPEC ED SUPPLIES, 49.99; MUELLER, MATT, HS MUSICAL-REFUND, 6.00; MURTHA, CHRISTINE, MILEAGE, 204.54; NARUM, LUELLA, HS MUSICAL-REFUND, 6.00; NORTH CENTRAL INTERNATIONAL, BUS REPAIRS, 280.36; NEFF COMPANY, AD SUPPLIES, 68.39; NELSON, GINGER, HS MUSICAL-REFUND, 26.00; NETCHEMIA LLC, JOB APPLICATION SOFTWARE, 2,940.00; NORTH CENTRAL BUS SALES, BUS REPAIRS, 32.55; NORCOSTCO, INC., HS-GUIDANCE SUPPIES, 73.15, HS-MUSICAL SUPPLIES, 812.89; NUSS, ANGELA, HS MUSICAL-REFUND, 28.00; ORCA BOOK PUBLISHERS, MS-LIBRARY BOOKS, 298.60; OREN, MARK, HS MUSICAL-REFUND, 18.00; J W PEPPER & SON, INC, ELEMENTARY ORCHESTRA SUPPLIES, 61.94, HS-BAND SUPPLIES, (184.02), HS-VOCAL MUSIC SUPPLIES, 274.69, MS-BAND SUPPLIES, (295.02), RBE-BAND SUPPLIES, 301.94; PERFORMANCE PRESS, ECHO PRINTING (FEB/MAR), 1,170.00; PEYTON, RENAE, MILEAGE, 32.67; PFEIFER IMPLEMENT, GROUNDS-TOOLKAT REPAIRS, 1,962.65; PHONAK LLC, ASSISTIVE TECH, 924.39; POPPE, NAOME, HS-LIFE SKILLS SUPPLIES, 86.47; PEAP, MS-STUDENT AWARDS, 165.00; STURDEVANT'S AUTO PARTS, BUS REPAIRS, 363.94, TRANSPORTATION SUPPLIES, 54.12, GROUND SUPPLIES, 5.16; PROQUEST LLC, HS LIBRARY-ONLINE SERVICE, 780.00, MS LIBRARY-ONLINE SERVICE, 780.00; CENTURY LINK, UTILITIES-TELEPHONE, 132.77; RADIO SHACK, COMPUTER SUPPLIES, 125.64, HS-COMPUTER ED SUPPLIES, 219.91; READING BUS LINE, INC, GBB-ABERDEEN, 1,100.00, WRES-RAPID CITY, 2,125.00; REHABILITATION MEDICAL SUPPLY, ASSISTIVE TECH, 350.00; REIF, GINA, MEALS/FUEL, 72.01; RIEFF, ERIN, BE-ART SUPPLIES, 51.91; ROTO-ROOTER, BE-SEWER LINE, 337.50; SADLER, BECKY, HS MUSICAL-REFUND, 24.00; SAMUEL FRENCH, HS-LANGUAGE ARTS SUPPLIES, 7.95; SCHOLASTIC, INC, BE-TEXTBOOKS, 452.63, FAE-CLASSROOM SUPPLIES (GRANT), 454.14; SCHOOL SPECIALTY, INC, BE-ART SUPPLIES, 729.73; SDASBO, REGISTRATION, 50.00; SOUTH DAKOTA BANDMASTERS, MS-BAND CONTEST FEES, 1,000.00; SDDC-REDFIELD, TUITION (FEB/MAR), 312.00; SDHSAA, PARTICIPATION FEES, 1,320.00; SOUTH DAKOTA MAGAZINE, HS-LIBRARY BOOKS, 90.75; SD MUSIC EDUCATORS ASSOC, MS-BAND SUPPLIES, 24.00; SOUTH DAKOTA SCHOOL FOR DEAF, REGISTRATIONS, 140.00; SOUTHEASTERN BEHAVIORAL HEALTHCARE, TUITION, 5,489.40; SIOUX FALLS SCHOOL DISTRICT, HS-TUITION, 237.87, NSP REVENUE SHARING, 50,538.00; SIOUX FALLS UTILITIES, UTILITIES-WATER/SEWER, 476.72; SITTIG, MELANIE, HS-MUSICAL SUPPLIES, 20.00; LIFESCAPE (FORMERLY SD ACHIEVE), TUITION, 4,725.00; SHI INTERNATIONAL CORP, COMPUTER EQUIP, 3,770.61; SOO SANITARY SERVICE, SNOW REMOVAL, 2,212.50; SPECIALTY INSTALLATION LLC, RBE-BLEACHER REPAIRS, 195.87; SPEECH GEEK, HS-ORAL INTERP SUPPLIES, 149.95; ALLIANCE COMMUNICATIONS, UTILITIES - TELEPHONE, 7,033.00; SPLITROCK LANDSCAPING/NURSERY, SNOW REMOVAL, 950.00; SIOUX VALLEY ENERGY, UTILITIES-ELECTRICITY, 78,040.47; TASC, FLEX SPENDING FEES, 410.00; THE TESSMAN COMPANY, HS-VO/AG SUPPLIES, 220.42; THOMAS BUS SALES, BUS REPAIRS-#052, 752.12; THREE RIVERS BENEFIT CORP, HRA ADMIN FEES, 1,534.25; TITUS, NATE, MS-SPEAKER, 80.00; TRANS-MISSISSIPPI BIOLOGICAL SUPPLY, HS-SCIENCE SUPPLIES, 49.03; BRANDON ACE HARDWARE, DISTRICT SUPPLIES, 1,805.96; UNISHIPPERS, DISTRICT SHIPPING, 38.53; CITY OF VALLEY SPRINGS, UTILITIES-WATER/SEWER, 720.00; VERIZON WIRELESS, MOBILE PHONES, 362.13; VLAMINCK, CURT, MILEAGE, 174.30; WASTE MANAGEMENT/SIOUX FALLS, GARBAGE PICKUP, 1,696.96; WILDES, BRUCE, MS-BAND JUDGE, 150.00; YOUTH FRONTIERS INC, HS-STUDENT RETREAT, 2,740.00; TOTAL 530,492.56
BRANDON VALLEY
SCHOOL DISTRICT 49-2
PAY VOUCHERS
APRIL 2014
Jodi Ackerman - Substitute, 55.00; Jared Ailts - Substitute, 440.00; Austin Albers - Substitute, 440.00; Mary Aschoff - CNS Substitute, 372.50; Laura Baker - Substitute, 15.00; Ann Beesley - Student Teacher Stipend, 200.00; Melissa Bennett - Custodial Substitute, 45.00; Scott Benson - Bus Driving, 21.00; Jason Bisbee - Student Teacher Stipend, 200.00; Tami Broekemeier - CNS Substitute, 187.50; Joli Bruggeman - Substitute, 220.00; Jon Button - Bus Driving, 162.20; Jana Carlson - Substitute, 1,045.00; Jen Christensen - Substitute, 632.50; Matt Christensen - Saturday School, 125.00; Trista Christiaansen - Bus Driving, 27.75; Kaye Coburn - Substitute, 1,870.00; Richard Coots - Substitute, 495.00; Joan DeVries - Bus Driving, 166.88; Josh Dieters - Substitute, 322.50; Jeff Duncanson - Student Teacher Stipend, 200.00; Francena Eagle - Custodial Substitute, 75.00; Dan Eastman - Bus Driving, 809.35; Duane Fiala - Substitute, 110.00; Brooke Finn - Substitute, 400.00; Bonnie Fjerestad - Substitute, 470.00; Terry Gillespie, 142.50; Mark Griebel - HS Musical Assistant Director, 525.00; Jessica Hager - Substitute, 385.00; Alyssa Hansen - Substitute, 1,595.00; Barb Hansen - Substitute, 330.00; Marie Hansen - Substitute, 110.00; LaDell Hanson - Substitute, 715.00; Megan Harskamp - Substitute, 110.00; Rosetta Helseth - Bus Driving, 27.75; Jerry Hinzman - Bus Driving, 31.13; Craig Holbeck - Substitute, 75.00; Dianna Hood - CNS Substitute, 235.00; Jed Huisman - Substitute, 165.00; Brian Iverson - Substitute, 955.00; Brent Jackson - Bus Driving, 81.10; Melissa Johnson - Streaming FB/BB Games, 300.00; Kimberly Kelly - Substitute, 880.00; Lilian Keough - Substitute, 110.00; Cheryl Ketcham - Substitute, 770.00; Holly King - Substitute, 1,365.00; Dan Klumper - Student Teacher Stipend, 200.00; Jessica Knutson - Substitute, 840.00; Deb Kresak - Student Teacher Stipend, 70.00; Juanita Madetzke - Theater Usher, 60.00; Penny Malsom - Substitute, 260.00; Deb Marco - Bus Driving , 376.13; Deb McCoy - Substitute, 70.00; Kathy Metzger - Substitute, 550.00; Gaylene Mielke, CNS Substitute, 25.00; Bill Miller - Bus Driving, 85.88; Becky Mohr - HS Musical Accompanist, 750.00; Cindy Murphy - Substitute, 220.00; Jo Murren - Substitute, 40.00; Kendra Namanny - Theater Usher, 20.00; Sandy Namanny - CNS Substitute, 267.50; Lynn Nielson - Bus Driving, 34.50; Anna Olson - Substitute, 72.50; David Osheim - Bus Driving, 21.00; Lorraine Osheim - Substitute, 770.00; Louisa Otto - Substitute, 15.00; Laura Peschong - Substitute, 890.00; Annette Petersen - Substitute, 335.00; Christy Petersen - Substitute, 510.00; Colby Peterson - Substitute, 440.00; Alecia Rayhons - Substitute, 110.00; Lisa Reinschmidt - Substitute, 880.00; Molly Ring - Substitute, 15.00; John Rothenberger - Substitute, 770.00; Sheila Samsel - Substitute, 1,110.00; Darlene Satter - Custodial Substitute, 200.00; Keith Scholten - Bus Driving , 441.75; Diane Schroeder - Substitute, 660.00; Cindy Schwarz - Substitute, 595.00; Ron Shomion - Substitute, 110.00; Melanie Sittig - HS Music Asst. Dir, Stud. Teach. Stipend, 895.00; Brenda Small - Bus Driving, 587.98; Dennis Smith - Bus Driving, 243.30; Gwen Smith - Bus Driving, 171.00; Jeremy Smith - Bus Driving, 528.67; Hillary Sperlich - Substitute, 140.00; Michelle Stemwedel - Theater Usher, 20.00; Heather Stettnichs - Substitute, 607.50; Marcie Stoltenberg - CNS Substitute, 300.00; Jacque Terveer-Gonseth - Substitute, 470.00; Gerald Thorson - Bus Driving, 202.75; Tammy VanDeBerg - Substitute, 330.00; Connie VanDenOever - Substitute, 330.00; JoAnn Vanderberg - Bus Driving, 297.38; Dian Versteeg - Tape BOE Meetings, Webcasting, 245.00; Cally Viereck - CNS Substitute, 112.50; Twyla Voldseth - Bus Driving, Custodial, 349.25; Bethany Waysman - Substitute, 15.00; Briana Weber - Substitute, 2,565.00; Stephanie Wegner - Substitute, 220.00; Melinda Winter - Substitute, 15.00; Elizabeth Wright - Substitute, 2,700.00; Angie Wrightsman - Concession Share, 5,400.00; Phil Youngdale - Bus Driving, 105.00; TOTAL 46,679.25
Published once at the total approximate cost of $270.71.
1439550 April 23, 2014

The Board of Commissioners for the City of Valley Springs, South Dakota met in Regular Session on Wednesday April 9th, 2014 at 6:45 pm at City Hall, 401 Broadway Ave.
The meeting was called to order by Mayor Moss. Present: Commissioners Dean Helgeson, Tami Jansma, Brian Staeffler, Lance Bauske and Mayor Carl Moss. Also Present: Ryan Nussbaum and Sandy Severtson
A motion was made by Helgeson, seconded by Bauske to approve the agenda as stated. All voted yes. Motion carried.
A motion was made by Lance, seconded by Jansma to approve the March minutes. All voted yes. Motion carried.
A motion was made by Bauske, seconded by Helgeson to approve the claims and payroll as presented. All voted yes. Motion carried.
BILLS PAID THROUGH APRIL 9th, 2014
Alliance Communications, Monthly Phone Service/Various Depts, 153.00; Allen's Welding & Mfg, Street Sweeper Repair/Street Dept, 152.00; Argus Leader, Legals/Legislative Dept, Water Fund, 409.62; Brandon Ace Hardware, Supplies/Gen Gov't Building Dept, Water Fund, 115.26; Brandon Valley School District, Fuel/Street Dept, 232.74; Campbell Supply, Street Sweeper Repairs/Street Dept 208.05; Dakota Supply Group, Water Meters/ Water Fund, 449.59; Dearborn National Life Ins, Quarterly Insurance/ Finance, Street Depts 72.30; Delta Dental, Insurance/Finance, Street Funds, 139.30; Elan Financial, Supplies/Various Depts, 401.49; First National Bank, Safety Deposit Box Rent/Finance Dept, 25.00; First National Bank, Quarterly Lagoon Payment/Sewer Fund, 8,469.24; First National Bank, Quarterly Sewer Project Payment/ Debt-Service 6,024.63; First National Bank - Petty Cash, Postage, Supplies/Finance, Water Fund, 22.33; Hawkins, Purification/Water Fund, 1,878.56; IOS Office Solutions, Printer Monthly Lease / Finance Dept, 47.50; Marv's Sanitary, Inc, Monthly Service/Sanitation Dept, 56.00; Menards, Supplies/ Gen Gov't Bldg Dept 10.68; MidAmerican Energy, Natural Gas/Gen Gov't Bldg Dept, 647.42; Minnehaha County Auditor, Police Services/Public Safety Dept 8,989.70; SD Dept of Revenue - Health, Water Tests/Water Fund 26.00; SD Gov't Finance Officer's Assoc, Registration/Finance Dept, 75.00; SD Retirement System, Retirement/Finance, Street Depts 885.84; Sanitation Products, Inc, Street Sweeper Parts/Street Dept, 1,275.59; Sioux Falls Humane Society, Animal Control/Health & Welfare Depts, 163.72; Sioux Valley Energy, Monthly Service/Various Depts 3,175.12; Sturdevant's Auto Parts, Street Sweeper Parts/Street Dept, 17.57; US Dept Treasury - EFTPS, Payroll Taxes/Finance, Street Depts, 2,133.48; Valleys Springs Farmer's Coop, Fuel/Street Dept, 156.98; Verizon Wireless, Cellular Service/Street Dept, 54.18; Wellmark/Blue Cross, Health Insurance/Finance, Street Depts, 1,383.66; Commissioner Bauske, Net Quarterly Wages/Legislative Dept, 263.20; Commmissioner Helgeson, Net Quarterly Wages/ Legislative Dept, 263.20; Commissioner Jansma, Net Quarterly Wages/Legislative Dept, 143.14; Commissioner Staeffler, Net Quarterly Wages/Legislative Dept, 203.17; Mayor Moss, Net Quarterly Wages/Legislative Dept, 311.68; Julie Kirby, Net Quarterly Wages/General Gov't Building 413.13; Jay Lunstra, Net Wages/ Street Dept, 835.75; Sandy Namanny, Net Wages/Finance Dept, 141.56; Ryan Nussbaum, Net Wages/Street Dept, 2,677.81; Sandy Severtson, Net Wages/Finance Dept, 2,443.67
Bob Avery presented a proposed timeline to refurbish the house and garage at 305 Dunham. The City Building Inspector will need to look at the timeline before issuing a building permit and the attorney will also need to be contacted. A special meeting may be called. Two residents were present to express their concern over the condition of the property.
A public hearing was held before approving the following Temporary Alcoholic Beverage License. A motion was made by Bauske, seconded by Helgeson to approve the Temporary Alcoholic License for the Valley Springs Fire Department for May 10th, 2014. Licensed Premises: American Legion, 615 Broadway Ave, Valley Springs, SD. All voted yes. Motion carried.
A motion was made by Jansma, seconded by Bauske to appoint Kevin Lunstra to serve on the Planning and Zoning Board for a two year term. All voted yes. Motion carried.
The Board discussed chip sealing a portion of the streets. Ryan will get estimates for the May meeting for both fog sealing and chip sealing.
The Board of Commissioners canvassed the votes for the Municipal Election held on Tuesday, April 8th, 2014 at City Hall. The following report was signed and declared correct. Carl Moss was duly elected to fill the position as Mayor for a term of Five (5) years. The Election Board Report was as follows: Tami Jansma (78 votes), Carl Moss (88 votes), Total Votes Cast (166 votes)
Commissioner Jansma presented the possibility of putting up a digital sign to replace the monument that is to the east of the VS Farmers Coop that displays a plaque. The sign was designed to use the plague in the base. The sign was discussed at length. One of the items of discussion was where to place the sign that was close enough to a building to have access to a computer to update the display.
Commissioner Jansma presented information on the Main Street Community Access Grant. The City was not awarded the funding for the Safe Routes to School Phase 2 Grant. It was recommended that the city apply for a Main Street Community Access Grant instead. The city's portion of the Main Street Community Access Grant would be 40% compared to 20% it would have been if the Safe Routes to School Grant had been awarded.
A motion was made by Staeffler, seconded by Helgeson to set the Summer Hours for the Maintenance Department: April - September from 7:30 am - 4 pm with a half hour lunch. All voted yes. Motion carried.
Greg Ford of the BV Baseball Association was not present, but had requested a load of agrilime for the ballpark.
Ryan presented the Public Works Report. Several items were discussed including the branch pile
and repairs on the bucket truck. Ryan will bring estimates to the May meeting for grinding the branch pile and will order a new motor for the lift on the bucket truck. Letters will be sent to several residents to clean up their property and the need to have the siren blow at noon and 9:30 pm will be checked into. A dead end sign will be installed at the corner of Wood Street and Dakota Avenue.
A motion was made by Staeffler, seconded by Helgeson to adjourn. All voted yes. Motion carried.
Carl Moss
Mayor
Sandy Severtson
Municipal Finance Officer
Published once at the total approximate cost of $71.63.
1439384 April 23, 2014

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

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.
_______________________
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






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