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March 26. 2014 10:35AM
FIRST NOTICE OF MUNICIPAL ELECTION
MUNICIPALITY OF BRANDON, SOUTH DAKOTA
A Municipal Election will be held on Tuesday, April 8, 2014, in Brandon, South Dakota. If the polls cannot be opened because of bad weather, the election may be postponed one week.
The election polls will be open from seven o'clock a.m. to seven o'clock p.m. central daylight time on the day of the election.
At the election, the following offices will be filled:
Alderman, Ward I, four year term: Todd Anawski; Barb Vavruska Fish
The polling place for this Ward is at the Brandon Council Chambers, 308 Main Avenue, Brandon, South Dakota.
Voters with disabilities may contact the city finance officer for information and special assistance in absentee voting or polling place accessibility.
Bryan H. Read
City Administrator
Published once at the total approximate cost of $20.92.
1437997 Mar. 26, 2014

FIRST NOTICE OF MUNICIPAL ELECTION
MUNICIPALITY OF BRANDON, SOUTH DAKOTA
A Municipal Election will be held on Tuesday, April 8, 2014, in Brandon, South Dakota. If the polls cannot be opened because of bad weather, the election may be postponed one week.
The election polls will be open from seven o'clock a.m. to seven o'clock p.m. central daylight time on the day of the election.
At the election, the following offices will be filled:
Alderman, Ward I, four year term: Todd Anawski; Barb Vavruska Fish
The polling place for this Ward is at the Brandon Council Chambers, 308 Main Avenue, Brandon, South Dakota.
Voters with disabilities may contact the city finance officer for information and special assistance in absentee voting or polling place accessibility.
Bryan H. Read
City Administrator
Published once at the total approximate cost of $20.92.
1437997 Mar. 26, 2014

MINUTES
The Brandon City Council met in regular session at 6:00 p.m. on March 17, 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, Robert Smith and Mayor Larry Beesley. Others present were: City Administrator, Bryan H. Read; City Attorney, Lisa Marso; City Engineer, Paul Sanow, Stockwell Engineers, Inc.; Director of Human Resources, Dan Oakland; Golf Pro, Zane Swenson and Public Works Director, Rollie Hoeke.
Alderman Jones moved Alderman Smith seconded to approve the agenda. Motion carried.
Alderwoman Fish moved Alderwoman Hansen seconded to approve the minutes of the February 27, 2014 briefing meeting and the minutes of the March 3, 2014 regular meeting. Motion carried.
Alderman Jones moved Alderwoman Hausman seconded to approve the following claims. Motion carried.
VENDOR, DESCRIPTION, AMOUNT
Alliance Communications, Utilities, 2,183.75; Alternative HR Development, Professional Services, 2,325.00; Argus Leader Media, Publications, 403.98; Beal Distributing Inc, GC Resale, 655.50; Blaine's Service, Police Supplies, 700.95; Borns Group, February Water Billing, 894.28; Boyce, Greenfield, Pashby & Welk, February Attorney Fees, 9,267.00; Brandon Ace Hardware, Various Dept Supplies, 1,582.53; Brandon Lumber Company, Various Dept Supplies, 173.57; Brock White Company, Street Supplies, 119.76; Brown & Saenger, Various Dept Supplies, 464.96; Brown Traffic Products, Traffic Supplies, 196.00; BV School District, Fuel, 4,481.86; Cardmember Services, Various Dept Supplies, 3,714.89; Century Business Products, Various Dept Supplies, 91.34; Concrete Materials, Snow Supplies, 2,649.92; Crescent Electric Supply, Govt Bldg Supplies, 397.60; Culligan Water Conditioning, GC Utilities, 60.00; Dakota Data Shred, Police Supplies, 49.34; Dakota Pump Inc, Sewer Repairs, 17,909.40; DPC Industries Inc, Water Supplies, 709.20; EmBe, Pool WSI Course, 500.00; EnviroMaster Inc, GC Supplies, 75.50; Fastenal Company, Various Dept Supplies, 487.76; FedEx, Police Supplies, 11.47; G & H Distributing Inc, Water Supplies, 132.11; G & K Services, February Supplies, 928.53; Galls, Police Supplies, 120.00; HD Supply Waterworks, Water Supplies, 12.00; Marv's Sanitary Service, Utilities, 500.00; Matheson Tri-Gas Inc, Street Supplies, 102.32; MidAmerican Energy, Utilities, 3,026.78; Mills & Miller Inc, Snow Supplies, 5,429.76; Northeast Wisconsin Tech College, Police Training, 350.00; Palisades Oil Company, Fuel, 3,904.63; Palisades Propane Inc, Utilities, 5,219.26; Paul Clarke, Inspections, 480.00; Pepsi Beverages Company, GC Supplies, 414.85; Pfeifer's Implement Company, Park Supplies, 244.40; Sam's Club, GC Supplies, 162.12; SD DENR, Water permit, 115.00; SD Department of Revenue, February Sales Tax, 1,223.92; SD Golf TV, GC Publications, 150.00; SD One Call, Utilities, 21.09; SD Police Chiefs' Association, Spring Conference, 75.00; Sheehan Mack Sales & Equipment, Street Supplies, 139.10; Sioux Falls Networks, Professional Services, 1,670.00; Sioux Falls Two Way Radio, Police Equipment, 438.98; Soo Sanitary Service, Professional Services, 10,296.13; Sturdevant's Auto Parts, Various Dept Supplies, 267.76; Sunshine, Various Dept Supplies, 97.29; Sure Test, Professional Services, 387.20; Taser International, Police Equipment, 9,224.32; Tony's Catering, GC Caterings, 2,442.50; US Postmaster, February Water Billing, 1,360.17; Valley Springs Body Shop, Water Repairs, 1,527.13; Vogel Motors, Police Repairs, 103.00; Wheelco Brake & Supply, Street Supplies, 343.20; Xcel Energy, Utilities, 6,689.72; Zabel Steel, Snow Supplies, 277.77; City Administration, February 27, 2014 Payroll, 3,307.62; Deputy Finance Officer, February 27, 2014 Payroll, 2,216.57; Police, February 27, 2014 Payroll, 18,586.77; Building Inspections, February 27, 2014 Payroll, 1,037.83; Street Department, February 27, 2014 Payroll, 5,317.24; Park Department, February 27, 2014 Payroll, 2,776.26; Chamber of Commerce, February 27, 2014 Payroll, 1,230.69; Water Department, February 27, 2014 Payroll, 6,239.89; Sewer Department, February 27, 2014 Payroll, 2,896.10; Golf Course Grounds, February 27, 2014 Payroll, 2,591.19; Golf Course Lounge, February 27, 2014 Payroll, 761.21; Golf Course Pro Shop, February 27, 2014 Payroll, 1,622.35; Golf Course Community Room, February 27, 2014 Payroll, 477.23; 941 Payroll Taxes, February 27, 2014 Payroll, 16,928.61; SD Retirement System Supplemental, February 27, 2014 Payroll, 692.50; TASC Flex Plan, February 27, 2014 Payroll, 1,356.90; SD Retirement System , February Contributions, 18,330.40; Alderman Jones moved Alderwoman Hausman seconded to approve the consent calendar which contained the following items: a plat of Lots 1-11 Block 8 The Bluffs Addition; a plat of Lots 30A & 32A Block 2 The Bluffs Addition and a plat of Lot 1 Brandon Wood Preserving Addition. Motion carried.
ORDINANCE #512 - PROJECTION FROM BUILDINGS
Alderwoman Hausman moved Alderman Brooks seconded to give second reading to Ordinance #512. TITLE: AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF BRANDON, SD, AMENDING THE ZONING ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF BRANDON, SOUTH DAKOTA BY AMENDING SECTION 15-13-3, PROJECTION FROM BUILDINGS. A roll call vote showed Brooks, Fish and Hausman voting aye. Hansen, Jones and Smith voting nay. Mayor Beesley broke the tie with a nay vote. Motion failed.
GOLF COURSE SUMMER STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS
The Golf Course Committee report was heard. Alderman Jones moved Alderman Brooks seconded to approve the following staff recommendations. A roll call vote showed Brooks, Fish, Hausman, Jones and Smith voting aye. Hansen voting nay. Motion carried.
Custodial: Mary Flier, $12.00 per hour
Pro-Shop: Judy Brosseau, $15.75 per hour; Sheila Keyman, $9.75 per hour; Greg Beesley, $8.50 per hour; Karen Christian, $8.00 per hour and Mike Immeker, $7.75 per hour.
Marshall/Hill Ride: Jeff Keyman, $8.75 per hour; Dean Nettestad, $8.75 per hour; Ron Anderson, $8.00 per hour; Bob Perkinson, $8.00 per hour and Rich Hurney, $7.50 per hour.
Cart Attendant: Dylan Clark, $7.50 per hour; Michael Whitney, $7.50 per hour; Nate Peterson, $7.50 per hour; Trevor Tobin, $7.50 per hour; Tyson Thorson. $7.50 per hour; Alex Hamer, $7.50 per hour; Riley Duncanson, $7.50 per hour and Taylor Fjerestad, $7.50 per hour.
Beverage Cart: Bobbie Altman, $8.75 per hour; Doug Niklason, $6.00 per hour; Megan Osheim, $6.00 per hour and Jordan Peterson, $6.00 per hour.
Lounge: Mary Langner, $11.25 per hour; Marissa McCoy, $7.50 per hour; Jeb Christianson, $7.00 per hour; Darla Hamer; $7.00 per hour and Kristin Elgersma, $7.00 per hour.
Community Room(Bartender): Holly Hurney, $8.25 per hour; Matt Hurney, $7.50 per hour; Joey Freeman, $7.50 per hour and Cathy Niklason, $7.00 per hour.
Community Room (Bussers/ Dishwashers): Tyler Thill, $7.50 per hour; Courtney Bruget, $7.50 per hour; Kara Schroeder, $7.50 per hour; Macy Clark, $7.50 per hour; Zane W. Swenson, $7.50 per hour; Drake Van Egdom, $7.50 per hour; Christian Trainor, $7.50 per hour; Austin Freeman, $7.50 per hour; Taylor Freeman, $7.50 per hour and Breanna Barton, $7.50 per hour.
Maintenance: Scott Carroll, $11.75 per hour; Aaron Carroll, $11.75 per hour; Winslow Burnette, $11.75 per hour; Pat Sullivan, $11.75 per hour; Collin Knutson, $11.75 per hour; Frank Reiter, $10.75 per hour; Aric Spader, $8.50 per hour; Tyler Anderson, $8.50 per hour; Kelly Ryan, $8.50 per hour and Cole VanderBeek, $8.50 per hour.
BUILDING INSPECTOR RECOMMENDATION
The Police Committee report was heard. Alderman Jones moved Alderman Brooks seconded to approve the recommendation of Paul Clarke to fill the position of Building Inspector/Code Enforcement Office at a rate of $28.84 per hour, plus benefits. Anticipated started date of April 14, 2014. Motion carried.
SHRINER'S PARADE
El Riad Shriner's would like to have a parade on Saturday, August 23, 2014 for the citizens of Brandon. Brandon Police Chief Dave Kull had no objections. Alderman Jones moved Alderwoman Hausman seconded to approve the request. Motion carried.
SUMMER RECREATION NUMBERS FROM 2013
The Park & Recreation Committee report was heard. Barb Sperlich, Summer Recreation Director, presented information on numbers of kids per day for the 2013 year. Approximately 46.4 kids per day, attended the Summer Recreation program. No formal actions was taken.
ORDINANCE #511 - LANDSCAPING STANDARDS
Alderwoman Hausman moved Alderman Brooks seconded to give first 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 showed Brooks, Fish, Hansen, Hausman, Jones and Smith voting aye. Motion carried.
ORDINANCE #514 - ON PREMISE SIGNS
Alderwoman Hausman moved Alderman Brooks seconded to give first reading to Ordinance #514. TITLE: 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. A roll call vote showed Brooks, Fish, Hansen, Hausman, Jones and Smith voting aye. Motion carried.
ELECTION WORKERS
Alderwoman Hansen moved Alderman Smith seconded to approve the following election workers list for the April 8th Municipal Election. Motion carried.
Superintendent: Delores Fuller, $200.00 for the day.
Workers: Gratia Sieve, $168.00 for the day and Mary Nelson, $168.00 for the day.
MICRO SEAL BIDS
The Street Committee report was heard. Alderwoman Hausman moved Alderman Smith seconded to approve the low bid of $101,722.87 from Missouri Petroleum Products Company, LLC. St. Louis, Missouri. (Based on combining bid amounts for the City of Sioux Falls, Brandon and Hartford.) Motion carried.
Bid Amount
Missouri Petroleum Products Company; LLC. St. Louis, MO, $101,722.87; Intermountain Slurry Seal, Inc.; Salt Lake City, UT, $100,872.87; Asphalt Surface Technologies Corp.; St. Cloud, MN, $107,383.19; Martin Research Management Corp. dba Monarch Oil Company, $127,180.41
TEST WELL RECOMMENDATIONS
The Water & Sewer Committee report was heard. Alderwoman Hansen moved Alderwoman Fish seconded to approve the low bid from Cascade Drilling, L.P. in the amount of $60,650.00 for Bid Schedule A and Thein Well Co., Inc. in the amount of $25,365.00 for Bid Schedule B. Motion carried.
Bid Schedule A
Cascade Drilling, L.P.; Little Falls, MN, $60,650.00
Bid Schedule B
Thein Well Co, Inc.; Spicer, MN, $25,365.00
Jean Gerken was present to discuss her questions pertaining to Brandon having their own waste water treatment facility versus teaming with the City of Sioux Falls. Alderwoman Hansen went over questions presented by Mrs. Gerken.
At 6:59 p.m. Alderwoman Hansen moved Alderwoman Hausman seconded to go in to executive session to discuss legal liability, litigation, land purchase and contracts. Motion carried. At 7:10 p.m. Mayor Beesley declared the executive session ended.
At 7:11 p.m. on a motion by Alderwoman Hansen seconded by Alderman Smith the meeting was adjourned.
___________________
Larry Beesley
Mayor
__________________
Melissa Labahn
Municipal Recording Clerk
Published once at the total approximate cost of $119.91.
1437988 Mar. 26, 2014

The Board of Commissioners for the City of Valley Springs, South Dakota met in Regular Session on Tuesday, March 11th, 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 Bauske, seconded by Helgeson to approve the agenda as stated.
All voted yes. Motion carried.
A motion was made by Staeffler, seconded by Bauske to approve the February 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 THRU MARCH 11th, 2014
A-l Septic & Excavating, Inc, Pump Lift Station/Sewer Fund, 140.00; Alliance Communications, Monthly Phone Service/Various Depts, 150.00; Argus Leader, Legals/Legislative Dept, 98.18; Argus Leader Media, Challenger Subscription/Legislative Dept, 30.55; Brandon Ace Hardware, Supplies/General Gov't Building Dept, 42.45; Brandon Valley School District, Fuel/Street Dept, 201.46; Campbell Supply, Supplies/ Street Dept, 38.98; Concrete Materials, Deicing Sand/ Street Dept, 325.47; Dakota Fluid Power, Dump Truck Supplies/ Street Dept, 28.86; Delta Dental, Insurance/Finance, Street Funds, 139.30; Elan Financial, Supplies/ Finance, Street Dept, 109.73; Hach Company, Supplies/Water Fund, 47.60; Hawkins, Purification/Water Fund, 10.00; IOS Office Solutions, Printer Monthly Lease/Finance Dept, 47.50; Jansma, Tami, Mileage to Pierre/Legislative Dept, 179.08; Marv's Sanitary, Inc, Monthly Service/Sanitation Dept, 56.00; Menards, Supplies/Gen Gov't Bldg Dept 334.81; MidAmerican Energy, Natural Gas/ Gen Gov't Bldg Dept, 722.27; Performance Press, Utility Bill Forms/Water, Sewer Fund 162.00; SD Dept of Revenue - Health, Water Tests/Water Fund 52.00; SD Retirement System, Retirement/ Finance, Street Depts 896.10; Sandy Severtson - Mileage, Mileage 12/14-2/20-14/Finance Dept 88.80; SE Area Finance Officers Group, Annual Dues/Finance Dept, 50.00; Sioux Falls Humane Society, Animal Control/Health & Welfare Depts, 114.56; Sioux Valley Energy, Monthly Service, Labor/Various Depts 3,178.27; Staples, Supplies/ Finance Dept, 61.83; Titan Machinery, Cutting Edge/Street Dept, 159.73; US Dept Treasury - EFTPS, Payroll Taxes/Finance, Street Depts, 1,909.62; US Postal Service, 2014 Box Rental/Finance Dept 60.00; Valleys Springs Farmer's Coop, Fuel/Street Dept, 320.64; Verizon Wireless, Cellular Service/Street Dept, 54.18; Wellmark/ Blue Cross, Health Insurance/ Finance, Street Depts, 1,383.66; Jay Lunstra, Net Wages/Street Dept, 924.06; Sandy Namanny, Net Wages/Finance Dept, 164.55; Ryan Nussbaum, Net Wages/Street Dept, 2,927.22; Sandy Severtson, Net Wages/ Finance Dept, 2,443.66;
Discussion on a Time Extension to Refurbish the House and Garage at 305 Dunham was tabled until the April meeting to allow the new owner time to complete a time line for the project.
A public hearing was held at 7 pm 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 Corner Bar for March 29th, 2014. Licensed Premises: American Legion, 615 Broadway Ave, Valley Springs, SD. All voted yes. Motion carried.
Dave Burwitz from Clark Engineering was present to explain to the Board the different types of plans and studies and what each is used for. After the discussion, the Board determined there was a need to do a study of the water and sewer systems. A motion was made by Staeffler, seconded by Helgeson to authorize Clark Engineering to do a Capital Improvements Plan (CIP) for both the Water System and Sanitary Sewer System. All voted yes. Motion carried. (Commissioner Jansma abstained from the vote). The purpose of this plan is to itemize, prioritize and plan for future capital water and sewer infrastructure improvements. This information can then be used in the planning and budgeting process to help identify necessary improvements and provide the basis for the design, construction and funding of the improvements.
The 2014 Municipal Election will be held on April 8th. Two petitions were turned in for the five-year Mayor position. A motion was made by Bauske, seconded by Helgeson to appoint Laura Rodriguez as Election Superintendent and Ardell Johnson and Sheila Knebel as Election Deputies. All voted yes. Motion carried.
A motion was made by Bauske, seconded by Staeffler to change the date of the regular April Board of Commissioner's meeting to April 9th at 6:45 pm due to the Municipal Election on April 8th.
All voted yes. Motion carried
The American Legion will be selling advertising banners to businesses this spring to be displayed at Legion Field.
A motion was made by Jansma, seconded by Bauske to schedule the Annual Pet Clinic for April 26th from 9:00 - 11:00 am at the Maintenance Building/Fire Station, 308 Broadway Ave. Rock Veterinary Clinic will be administering the shots. All voted yes. Motion carried.
After discussing the letter of recommendation from the City Building Inspector regarding the condition of the mobile home at 300 Valley Drive #7, a motion was made by Staeffler, seconded by Jansma to proceed with the process to condemn the property. All voted yes. Motion carried.
John and Norm Sjaarda were present to discuss the possibility of de-annexing from the city approximately ten acres of farm land that lays north of the cemetery, along Dunham Street. A petition and resolution will be presented at the April meeting.
Ryan gave the Public Works Report.
A motion was made by Staeffler, seconded by Bauske to adjourn. All voted yes. Motion carried.
Carl Moss
Mayor
Sandy Severtson
Municipal Finance Officer
Published once at the total approximate cost of $65.95.
1437704 Mar. 26, 2014

City of Valley Springs
2013 Drinking Water Report
It’s your tap water!
EPA ID: 0340
You can contact us by calling (605) 757-6555 or write us at PO Box 118, Valley Springs SD 57068-0118
Water Quality
Last year, the City of Valley Springs monitored your drinking water for possible contaminants. This brochure is a snapshot of the quality of the water that we provided last year. Included are details about where your water comes from, what it contains, and how it compares to Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and state standards. We are committed to providing you with information because informed customers are our best allies.
Water Source
We serve more than 759 customers an average of 49,000 gallons of water per day. Our water is groundwater that we produce from local wells. The state has performed an assessment of our source water and they have determined that the relative susceptibility rating for the Valley Springs public water supply system is low.
For more information about your water and information on opportunities to participate in public meetings, call (605)757-6555 and ask for Sandy Severtson.
Additional Information
The sources of drinking water (both tap water and bottled water) include rivers, lakes, streams, ponds, reservoirs, springs, and wells. As water travels over the surface of the land or through the ground, it dissolves naturally-occurring minerals, and can pick up substances resulting from the presence of animals or from human activity.
Contaminants that may be present in source water include:
• Microbial contaminants, such as viruses and bacteria, which may come from sewage treatment plants, septic systems, agricultural livestock operations, and wildlife.
• Inorganic contaminants, such as salts and metals, which can be naturally-occurring or result from urban stormwater runoff, industrial or domestic wastewater discharges, oil and gas production, mining, or farming.
• Pesticides and herbicides, which may come from a variety of sources such as agriculture, urban stormwater runoff, and residential uses.
• Organic chemical contaminants, including synthetic and volatile organic chemicals, which are by-products of industrial processes and petroleum production, and can also come from gas stations, urban stormwater runoff, and septic systems.
• Radioactive contaminants, which can be naturally-occurring or be the result of oil and gas production and mining activities.
In order to ensure that tap water is safe to drink, EPA prescribes regulations which limit the amount of certain contaminants in water provided by public water systems. FDA regulations establish limits for contaminants in bottled water which must provide the same protection for public health.
Drinking water, including bottled water, may reasonably be expected to contain at least small amounts of some contaminants. The presence of contaminants does not necessarily indicate that water poses a health risk. More information about contaminants and potential health effects can be obtained by calling the Environmental Protection Agency’s Safe Drinking Water Hotline (800-426-4791).
Some people may be more vulnerable to contaminants in drinking water than the general population. Immunocompromised persons such as persons with cancer undergoing chemotherapy, persons who have undergone organ transplants, people with HIV/AIDS or other immune system disorders, some elderly, and infants can be particularly at risk from infections. These people should seek advice about drinking water from their health care providers. EPA/CDC guidelines on appropriate means to lessen the risk of infection by Cryptosporidium and other microbial contaminants can be obtained by calling the Environment Protection Agency’s Safe Drinking Water Hotline (800-426-4791).
If present, elevated levels of lead can cause serious health problems, especially for pregnant women and young children. Lead in drinking water is primarily from materials and components associated with service lines and home plumbing. The City of Valley Springs public water supply system is responsible for providing high quality drinking water, but cannot control the variety of materials used in plumbing components. When your water has been sitting for several hours, you can minimize the potential for lead exposure by flushing your tap for 30 seconds to 2 minutes before using water for drinking or cooking. If you are concerned about lead in your water, you may wish to have your water tested. Information on lead in drinking water, testing methods, and steps you can take to minimize exposure is available from the Safe Drinking Water Hotline or at http://www.epa.gov/ safewater/lead.
Detected Contaminants
The attached table lists all the drinking water contaminants that we detected during the 2013 calendar year. The presence of these contaminants in the water does not necessarily indicate that the water poses a health risk. Unless otherwise noted, the data presented in this table is from testing done January 1 – December 31, 2013 The state requires us to monitor for certain contaminants less than once per year because the concentrations of these contaminants are not expected to vary significantly from year to year. Some of the data, though representative of the water quality, is more than one year old.
Published once at the total approximate cost of $238.26.
1437703 Mar. 26, 2014

NOTICE OF MUNICIPAL
ELECTION
MUNICIPALITY OF VALLEY SPRINGS
A Municipal Election will be held on April 8th, 2014, in Valley Springs, South Dakota. If the polls cannot be opened because of bad weather, the election may be postponed one week.
The election polls will be open from seven o'clock a.m. to seven o'clock p.m. Daylight Savings Time on the day of the election.
At the election, the following questions will be voted upon or offices will be filled:
Mayor, Five-Year Term
Tami Jansma
Carl Moss
The polling place in each precinct of this municipality is as follows: Valley Springs City Hall, 401 Broadway Avenue, Valley Springs, SD
Voters with disabilities may contact the city finance officer for information and special assistance in absentee voting or polling place accessibility.
Sandy Severtson
Finance Officer
City of Valley Springs, SD
Published twice at the total approximate cost of $31.14.
1437702 Mar. 26 & Apr. 2, 2014

CITY OF VALLEY SPRINGS
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON APPLICATION FOR
TEMPORARY ALCOHOLIC
BEVERAGE LICENSE #05102014
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT: The Board of Commissioners in and for the City of Valley Springs, South Dakota, on the 9th day of April, 2014, at the hour of 7:00 pm at City Hall, 401 Broadway Ave will meet in regular session to consider the following Temporary Alcoholic Beverage License to operate within the Municipality for the licensing period, which have been presented to the Board of Commissioners and filed in the Municipal Finance Officer's Office.
APPLICANTS, ADDRESS, TYPE OF LICENSE: Valley Springs Fire Dept, 300 Broadway Ave, Valley Springs, SD 57068; Licensed Premises: American Legion, 615 Broadway Ave, Valley Springs, SD 57068; Temporary Alcoholic Beverage License
May 10th, 2014
NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN THAT any person, persons, or their attorney may appear and be heard at said scheduled Public Hearing who is interested in the approval or rejection of any such application.
Dated at Valley Springs, South Dakota, this 13th of March, 2014.
Sandy Severtson
Municipal Finance Officer
Published once at the total approximate cost of $23.57.
1437701 Mar. 26, 2014

The regular meeting of the Brandon Valley Board of Education, Brandon, SD was held at 6:30 p.m. on the 10th of March, 2014 at the Brandon Valley High School Community Room with the following members present: Renee Ullom, Sue Hegland, Gregg Ode, Sandy Klatt, and Cary Schroeder. Absent: None. 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 Ode, seconded by Schroeder to approve the agenda as presented. Motion carried.
Motion by Klatt, seconded by Hegland to approve the minutes of the regular meetings of February 10, 2014 and February 24, 2014 as presented. Motion carried.
Motion by Ode, seconded by Hegland to approve the bills and claims as submitted (see attached). Motion carried.
The cash report for the month of February, 2014 showed receipts of $9,843,940.44 and disbursements of $2,345,466.84 leaving a balance of $21,968,250.71. The General Fund had receipts of $1,407,541.54, and disbursements of $1,678,338.94, leaving a balance of $5,307,926.62. Capital Outlay Fund had receipts of $80,851.60 and disbursements of $133,884.51, leaving a balance of $1,820,470.87. Special Education Fund had receipts of $163,090.57 and disbursements $346,054.37, leaving a balance of $391,683.84. Pension Fund had receipts of $8,037.51 and disbursements of $0, leaving a balance of $496,089.54. Bond Redemption Fund had receipts of $42,859.71 and disbursements of $0, leaving a balance of $91,112.33. Enterprise Fund had receipts of $36,920.00 and disbursements of $1,564.02, leaving a balance of $48,429.61. Capital Projects Fund had receipts of $8,105,269.51 and disbursements of $185,625.00, leaving a balance of $13,812,537.90.
The February, 2014 payroll totaled $1,405,665.40, of which $698,412.51 was instructional, $356,526.56 was support services, $31,493.21 was co-curricular, $245,467.51 was Special Education, and $73,765.61 was Food Service.
Motion by Schroeder, seconded by Ode to approve the financial reports as presented for the month of February, 2014. Motion carried.
Administrative reports were heard. Superintendent Pappone reported on the latest progress regarding the Brandon Valley Intermediate School. Recent meetings with the Architect and Engineers estimate the budget to be $13.5 million. The bid specifications will be done and out by March 21st, with a bid opening on April 17th. Monday, April 21st at 6:30 p.m. a short board of education meeting will be held to review and approve the bid.
Pappone presented a summary of new proposed regulations for food service. The USDA has proposed additional inclusions that must be included in our Wellness Policy. There are a lot of new restrictions and things that must be included in these guidelines. Pappone invited the Board to review these guidelines as they are open to comment and he stated that we will be commenting on them.
Pappone presented a synopsis prepared by Activities Director, Randy Marso, of adding Rapid City Central and Stevens to the ESD Conference for Football only. Superintendents and Activities Directors of the ESD met in Mitchell a few weeks ago and the result of the meeting was that an invitation was extended to the Rapid City Schools to join the ESD Conference for football. There are lots of issues going on with the SDHSAA with revising AAA and AA and football in general, and one of the proposals is that they would take over scheduling. This is our effort to keep control of our own schedule. When this comes to fruition, BV would be playing all AAA teams and that is what our coaches want. We opted for the AAA division and this addition of the Rapid City teams will continue this AAA schedule. In the ESD, there will be two divisions, AA and AAA. The ESD AAA division will be Aberdeen, Brandon Valley, Rapid City Central, Rapid City Stevens, and Watertown. The ESD AA division will be Brookings, Harrisburg, Huron, Pierre and Yankton. This provides two different ESD Championships available. Since BV is also a member of the Metro Conference, BV will play all four of the Sioux Falls Schools. This will take place beginning with the 2015-16 school year.
Lastly, in Legislative updates, Pappone has listened to the revenue estimates that have been given to the appropriations committee. The Bureau of Finance and Management revised the FY14 and FY15 estimates down for this current FY and are revising their estimate down $5.8 million, which is about .25%, and for FY15 they have revised their estimate down $6 million. The biggest players in the decreases are the Bank Franchise Tax and Unclaimed Property Receipts. In general, they painted a very good picture and they believe the economy will continue to accelerate its growth by the end of FY15. Pappone believes the 3% proposed increase is still a solid number.
Motion by Klatt, seconded by Schroeder to approve the following general business items:
1. Approve Membership Agreement for Eastern South Dakota Food Buying Group.
2. Approve contract by and between Youth Frontiers, Inc. and the Brandon Valley High School to conduct a Responsibility Retreat on August 4, 2014, for a fee of $2,875.00.
3. Approve agreement by and between Architecture Incorporated and the Brandon Valley School District for the design of the Brandon Valley Intermediate School.
4. Approve administrative recommendation to deny open enrollment #14-141. Motion carried.
Motion by Hegland, seconded by Ode to approve the following personnel items:
1. Approve recommendation to hire James Wrigg, Transportation Substitute.
2. Approve recommendation to hire the following substitute for the 2013-14 school year: Lillian Keough. Motion carried.
Communication received by the Central Office was reviewed. They included the following item:
1. February 2014 Building Permits.
Board Reports were presented. Renee Ullom reported that there is a Curriculum Meeting on Wednesday, March 12, 2014, with Marge Hauser and Reading Specialists. Ullom also reported that Alternative Education had a recent graduate from McCrossan's Boys Ranch, and all seems to be going well.
Travel Reports were reviewed.
Motion by Hegland, seconded by Klatt to adjourn the meeting at 7:00 p.m. Motion carried.
Signed _______________
Business Manager
Approved by the Board of Education this 14th day of April, 2014.
Signed_______________
Chairperson
BRANDON VALLEY SCHOOL DISTRICT 49-2
INVOICE LISTING
MARCH 2014
PAYEE, DESCRIPTION, AMOUNT
1948 TRADING COMPANY, HS-PRINCIPAL SUPPLIES, 49.50; 95 PERCENT GROUP INC, VSE-CLASSROOM SUPPLIES, 291.50; A&B BUSINESS SOLUTIONS INC, COPIER LEASES, 6,459.74, FAE-COPIER SUPPLIES, 73.40, MS-COPIER SUPPLIES, 68.40, PRINT SHOP SUPPLIES, 438.00; ACADEMICS IN A BOX, GIFTED ED SUPPLIES, 287.40; ALLIED OIL & SUPPLY, BUS REPAIRS, 40.05; ANDERSON, DWAYNE, BBB OFFICIAL, 60.00; ANDERSON, EMILY, GBB WORKER, 50.00; APPERSON, HS-SCANNER SUPPLIES, 281.88; ARCHITECTURE, INC, ARCHITECT FEES-INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL, 222,750.00; ARGUS LEADER MEDIA, LEGALS, 332.81; AMG OCCUPATIONAL MEDICINE, BUS DRIVER PHYSICALS/DRUG TESTS, 321.04; BARNES & NOBLE BOOKSELLERS, HS-LIBRARY BOOKS, 102.16; BATTERY SYSTEMS, BUS REPAIRS, 205.74; BECKMAN, SAMANTHA, GBB WORKER, 20.00; BEERS, JERRY, BBB OFFICIAL/MILEAGE, 207.36; BETZ BLINDS, BE-WINDOW COVERINGS, 200.00, VSE-WINDOW COVERING, 64.45; BLACK HILLS ST-SD STOCK MARKET GAME, REGISTRATIONS, 440.00; BILLION AUTOMOTIVE, SUBURBAN REPAIRS, 321.17; BLAINE'S SERVICE, GROUNDS REPAIRS, 14.00; BOB'S PIANO SERVICE, PAC-PIANO TUNING, 95.00; BOHRER, MONTY, GBB OFFICIAL, 60.00; BORDER STATES INDUSTRIES, INC, DISTRICT-CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES, 439.73, VSE-CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES, 138.03; BRAATEN, MARILYN, MILEAGE TO PARENTS, 140.60; CITY OF BRANDON, SCHOOL RESOURCE OFFICIER, 20,000.00, SOFTBALL FIELD FEE, 2,500.00, UTILITIES-WATER/SEWER, 5,337.55; BV AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, SPEC ED SUPPLIES, 102.00; BRICK, SETH, THEATER WORKER, 240.00; BRICK, SHANNON, THEATER WORKER, 160.00; BRANDON LUMBER CO, INC, HS-CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES, 336.00, HS-MUSICAL SUPPLIES, 658.65; BROAD REACH, HS-LIBRARY BOOKS, 552.61; BUILDERS SUPPLY COMPANY, HS-CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES, 180.00; BVSD ADVANCED PAYMENTS, ADVANCED PAYMENTS, 8,955.77; CARROLL INSTITUTE, DRUG/ALCOHOL COUNSELING SERVICES, 512.00; CHILDRENS CARE HOSPITAL/SCHOOL, SPEECH THERAPY, 100.00; CHILDRENS HOME SOCIETY, OT SERVICES, 600.00, TUITION, 3,257.60; CITY GLASS & GLAZING, INC, HS-CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES, 333.50; COASTAL METAL FAB, INC, GROUNDS REPAIRS, 467.43; COLEMAN, BRAD, BBB OFFICIAL, 80.00; CONSTELLATION NEW ENERGY GAS DIV, UTILITIES-GAS, 26,647.17; CPI QUALIFIED PLAN CONSULTANTS, 403(B) REMITTANCE FEES, 96.00; DAKOTA POTTERS SUPPLY, MS-ART SUPPLIES, 199.50; DAKOTA SUPPLY GROUP, DISTRICT-PLUMBING REPAIRS, 1,773.76, HS-PLUMBING REPAIRS, 1,409.10, VSE-PLUMBING SUPPLIES, 227.79, VSE-WATER BOTTLE FILL STATION, 933.13; HAUFF MID-AMERICA SPORTS INC, TRACK SUPPLIES, 267.30, WRESTLING SUPPLIES, 1,946.75; DEETZ, DON, BBB OFFICIAL, 100.00; DEJONG, CHAD, GBB OFFICIAL, 80.00; DESLAURIERS, JEFF, BBB OFFICIAL, 80.00; DOCKENDORF EQUIPMENT CO, INC, GAS PUMP REPAIRS, 168.66; DUFFY, TERRY, GBB OFFICIAL/ MILEAGE, 127.36; DYKSTRA, CHERILYN, BBB OFFICIAL, 60.00; DYNAMIC TECHNICAL BUILDING SYSTEMS, FAE-INTERCOM REPAIRS, 609.69; EARTHBEND LLC, COMPUTER SUPPLIES, 160.18; EDUCATIONAL INNOVATIONS, HS-SCIENCE SUPPLIES, 18.90; ENGRAVER'S EDGE, GIFTED ED SUPPLIES, 81.00; ENTRINGER, AARON, BBB OFFICIAL/ MILEAGE, 128.10; ERICKSON, MARY, MILEAGE, 64.47; EXIDE TECHNOLOGIES, HS-CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES, 1,241.40; FEERICK, JOHN, GBB OFFICIAL, 60.00; FIALA, DUANE, BBB OFFICIAL, 80.00; FLEET PRIDE, BUS REPAIRS-#074, 1,876.97, BUS REPAIRS-#122, 367.18; G&K SERVICES, LAUNDRY, 3,314.90; GARROW, JON, BBB OFFICIAL, 80.00; GEBHART, EVERETT, GBB OFFICIAL, 80.00; GEOTEK ENGINEERING & TESTING, TESTING FEES-INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL, 2,900.00; GERRY, BRIAN, GBB OFFICIAL, 80.00; GOEMBEL, CLIFF, MILEAGE, 100.80; GRADY, JEREMY, BBB OFFICIAL/ MILEAGE, 113.30; GRAGE, BRIANA, BBB WORKER, 70.00, GBB WORKER, 40.00; GRAINGER, MS-CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES, 114.00; G & R CONTROLS, RBE-HVAC REPAIRS, 204.08; GRIEBEL, MARK, HS-ONE ACT PLAY SUPPLIES, 84.85; HALL, ALANA, BBB WORKER, 70.00, GBB WORKER, 20.00; HARMS OIL CO, FUEL, 24,120.79; HAWKES, MARK, TECH PROPOSAL REVIEW, 750.00; HEINRICH, JUSTIN, BBB OFFICIAL, 100.00, GBB OFFICIAL, 40.00; HENSON, CHUCK, MILEAGE, 95.76; HERR, JOSH, BBB OFFICIAL, 375.00, GBB OFFICIAL, 40.00; HOBBY LOBBY, HS-ONE ACT PLAY SUPPLIES, 90.97; HOGIE, ALLEN, MILEAGE, 116.76; HOLBECK, GENA, BBB WORKER, 80.00, GBB WORKER, 120.00; HOLMES, CAMERON, GBB WORKER, 20.00; HMH PUBLISHING CO, SPEC ED SUPPLIES, 299.20; STAN HOUSTON EQUIP CO, INC, HS-SHOP EQUIP REPAIRS, 354.10, MS-INDUSTRIAL TECH SUPPLIES, 69.75, VSE-CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES, 255.10; HUBER, PAULA, RBE-CLASSROOM SUPPLIES, 204.07; IDEAL YARDWARE, GROUNDS SUPPLIES, 126.52; INTERLIGHT, THEATER SUPPLIES, 121.87; ISI LLC, RBE-INTERPRETER, 45.00, SPEC ED-INTERPRETER, 485.00; JIRIK, ANDY, BBB OFFICIAL, 60.00, GBB OFFICIAL, 40.00; JOHNSON, BRUCE, BBB OFFICIAL, 50.00; JOSTENS, HS-PRINCIPAL SUPPLIES, 784.92; SUNSHINE FOODS, DISTRICT SUPPLIES, 1,192.32; JUNDT, ANNE, FUEL, 42.47; K&M MUSIC, HS-BAND REPAIRS, 30.00, MS-BAND SUPPLIES, 97.19; KIRTS, ROSEANNE, TECH PROPOSAL REVIEW, 750.00; KODIAK SPORTS LLC, BATTING CAGE-INDOOR TURF, 2,635.61, HITTING SCREEN/MAT, 719.98; KOST, TODD, BBB OFFICIAL, 50.00; KREGE, LEE, BBB WORKER, 30.00; KRIER & BLAIN, INC, FAE-PLUMBING REPAIRS, 1,867.91, HS-CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES, 89.38, HS-PLUMBING REPAIRS, 1,949.15, RBE-HVAC REPAIRS, 912.32; LARSON, MARGO, HS-ONE ACT PLAY SUPPLIES, 38.91; LEADING EDGE CHIROPRACTIC, BUS DRIVER PHYSICAL, 50.00; LEN'S AWNING & CANVAS, THEATER SUPPLIES, 210.00; LENNOX SCHOOL DISTRICT, WRESTLING REGION-LOSS SHARE, 149.70; MATHESON TRI-GAS INC, GROUNDS SUPPLIES, 38.31, HS-VO/AG SUPPLIES, 697.97, TRANSPORTATION SUPPLIES, 28.79; LLOYD, AUSTIN, BBB OFFICIAL, 95.00; LOGAN, BOB, BBB OFFICIAL, 175.00, BBB WORKER, 40.00, GBB OFFICIAL, 55.00, GBB WORKER, 30.00; LUCK'S MUSIC LIBRARY, HS-ORCHESTRA SUPPLIES, 58.00, MS-ORCHESTRA SUPPLIES, 45.50; LUNSTRA, KARL, GBB OFFICIAL, 40.00; MAC DOCTORS, HS-JOURNALISM SUPPLIES, 97.99; WILLIAM V MACGILL & CO, NURSE SUPPLIES, 7.59; MACKIN EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES, BE-LIBRARY BOOKS, 486.91, MS-LIBRARY BOOKS, 477.98, VSE-LIBRARY BOOKS, 535.34; MAHLANDER'S, MS-REFRIGERATOR, 575.00; MAKE MUSIC, HS-VOCAL MUSIC SUPPLIES, 228.00; MANLEY TIRE & OIL SERVICE, BUS REPAIRS, 20.50; MARSO, CHASE, BBB OFFICIAL, 40.00, GBB OFFICIAL, 40.00; MARSO, MAKENZIE, BBB WORKER, 90.00, GBB WORKER, 50.00; MARSO, RANDY, FUEL, 20.02; MARV'S SANITARY SERVICE, GARBAGE PICKUP, 59.25; MCINROY, DAWN, GBB OFFICIAL, 80.00; MENARDS-SIOUX FALLS EAST, GROUNDS SUPPLIES, 32.23; METZ, GREGG, BBB OFFICIAL, 50.00; MIDWEST ALARM COMPANY, DISTRICT-FIRE ALARM MONITORING, 566.28; MIDWEST BUS PARTS, BUS REPAIRS, 453.72; MID-CENTRAL EDUCATIONAL COOP, REGISTRATIONS, 260.00; MIDAMERICAN ENERGY, UTILITIES-GAS, 329.45; MIZE, RANDY, BBB OFFICIAL, 60.00; MOHR, BECKY, MS-TEXTBOOKS, 48.45; MULDER, JOSH, GBB OFFICIAL, 40.00; MURTHA, TAYLOR, BBB WORKER, 30.00, GBB WORKER, 20.00; NORTH CENTRAL INTERNATIONAL, BUS REPAIRS, 205.05; NELSON, DARREN, GBB OFFICIAL, 100.00; NEWELL, DAJON, GBB OFFICIAL, 40.00; NORTH CENTRAL BUS SALES, BUS REPAIRS, 94.42; NORTHERN TRUCK EQUIPMENT CORP, GROUNDS SUPPLIES, 234.17, SNOW PLOW REPAIRS, 1,546.42; NATIONAL SCHOOL BOARDS ASSOC, REGISTRATION, 1,790.00; OLSON, MARK, STATE ONE ACT-STAGE MANAGER, 990.00; PHONAK LLC, SPEC ED SUPPLIES, 116.39; PITSCO EDUCATION, MS-INDUSTRIAL TECH SUPPLIES, 29.58; POSTMASTER, MAILING BOX FEE, 112.00; STURDEVANT'S AUTO PARTS, BUS REPAIRS, 231.31, DISTRICT-CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES, 66.32, GROUNDS SUPPLIES, 5.34; PRO SOUND & STAGE LIGHTING, PAC-FOG MACHINE, 962.61; CENTURY LINK, UTILITIES-TELEPHONE, 133.89; READING BUS LINE, INC, BBB-ABERDEEN, 1,100.00, BBB-PIERRE, 1,200.00, BBB-WATERTOWN, 600.00, GBB-PIERRE, 600.00, GBB-YANKTON, 570.00, WRES-PIERRE, 1,200.00; ROCK, KEITH, GBB OFFICIAL, 80.00; SAGE, RYAN, GBB OFFICIAL, 80.00; SANFORD HEALTH, TRAINER EQUIP MAINTENANCE, 29.56; SKYWARD, HUMAN RESOURCES SOFTWARE, 9,366.00; SCHOOL SPECIALTY, INC, FAE-PRINCIPAL SUPPLIES, 29.85, RBE-PRINCIPAL SUPPLIES, 61.04; SDHSAA, HS-ONE ACT PLAY SUPPLIES, 24.00; SOUTH DAKOTA RETIREMENT SYSTEM, EXCESS SDRS/FICA CONTRIBUTION-SUPT, 1,724.28; SOUTHEASTERN BEHAVIORAL HEALTHCARE, TUITION, 5,228.00; SERSHEN, GINA, FAE-CLASSROOM SUPPLIES, 21.62; SIOUX FALLS UTILITIES, UTILITIES-WATER/SEWER, 547.32; SIGLER COMPANY, DISTRICT-FIRE SUPPRESSION CHECKS, 799.68; SIOUX NATION AG CENTER, HS-VO/AG SUPPLIES, 38.44; SISK, MATT, GBB OFFICIAL, 60.00; SITTIG, NICK, STATE ONE ACT-STAGE MANAGER, 990.00; SOUTH DAKOTA ACHIEVE, TUITION, 4,500.00; SOO SANITARY SERVICE, SNOW REMOVAL, 1,931.00; ALLIANCE COMMUNICATIONS, UTILITIES-TELEPHONE, 7,116.00; SPLITROCK LANDSCAPING/ NURSERY, SNOW REMOVAL, 880.00; WILPACC, INC DBA SUBWAY, HS-ONE ACT PLAY SUPPLIES, 25.00; SUNDVOLD, TERRY, BBB OFFICIAL, 110.00, GBB OFFICIAL, 40.00; SIOUX VALLEY ENERGY, UTILITIES-ELECTRICITY, 86,780.34; SYLLIAASEN, JEFF, GBB OFFICIAL/MILEAGE, 99.98; TASC, FLEX SPENDING FEES, 410.00; TEACHER DIRECT, RBE-CLASSROOM SUPPLIES, 48.80; TEACHER'S HELPER, VSE-CLASSROOM SUPPLIES, 41.94; THREE RIVERS BENEFIT CORP, HRA ADMIN FEES, 1,534.25; TKE CORP, HS-ELEVATOR SERVICE AGREEMENT, 5,048.85; TIE, REGISTRATION, 200.00; TOSCH, TOM, BBB OFFICIAL, 60.00; THE TREE HOUSE, INC, DISTRICT SUPPLIES, 555.00; BRANDON ACE HARDWARE, DISTRICT SUPPLIES, 953.94; UNISHIPPERS, DISTRICT SHIPPING, 56.30; U S GAMES, FAE-PLAYGROUND SUPPLIES (GRANT), 1,105.61; VALLEY SPRINGS BODY SHOP, BUS REPAIRS-#991, 430.00; VAN HOVE, HAZEL, MILEAGE, 5.25; VERIZON WIRELESS, MOBILE PHONES, 264.40; VERSTEEG, DON, TECH PROPOSAL REVIEW, 750.00; VLAMINCK, CURT, MILEAGE, 220.92; VOGEL MOTORS AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR, VAN REPAIRS, 15.00; WASTE MANAGEMENT/SIOUX FALLS, GARBAGE PICKUP, 1,756.97; WHETHAM, BRIAN, BBB OFFICIAL/MILEAGE, 99.98, GBB OFFICIAL, 80.00; XTREME FIRE PROTECTION LLC, RBE-FIRE SPRINKLER REPAIRS, 368.15; YOUTHLIGHT INC, FAE-GUIDANCE SUPPLIES, 56.90, VSE-GUIDANCE SUPPIES, 36.90; 516,652.21
BRANDON VALLEY SCHOOL DISTRICT 49-2
INVOICE LISTING -
FOOD SERVICE
MARCH 2014
PAYEE, DESCRIPTION, AMOUNT
ANDERSON, GAY, MILEAGE, 94.08; CHESTERMAN CO, FOOD PURCHASES, 713.00; DACOTAH PAPER, SUPPLIES, 3,305.29; DEAN FOODS INC, FOOD PURCHASES, 20,284.26; EXPRESS PRODUCE, FOOD PURCHASES, 190.20; FOOD SERVICES OF AMERICA, FOOD PURCHASES, 65,221.25; CASH-WA DISTRIBUTING, FOOD PURCHASES, 1,378.70, SUPPLIES, 674.25; INSTITUTIONS SERVICES, INC, REPAIRS, 457.15; SUNSHINE FOODS, FOOD PURCHASES, 6.28; PAN-O-GOLD BAKING CO, FOOD PURCHASES, 2,257.00; PEPSI, FOOD PURCHASES, 1,757.19; POMEGRANATE MARKET, FOOD PURCHASES, 439.93; SCHOOL TECHNOLOGY ASSOCIATES, FINGERPRINT READ SYSTEM, 1,120.00; 97,898.58
Brandon Valley School District 49-2
Pay Vouchers
March, 2014
Jodi Ackerman - Compensation for Conferences, 208.00; Jared Ailts - Substitute, 770.00; Austin Albers - Substitute, 770.00; Jeanne Angelo - Bus Driver Training, 10.00; Mary Aschoff - CNS Substitute, 320.00; Ashlie Bartholomew - Bus Driver Training, 10.00; David Baumeister - Substitute, 550.00; Misti Becker - GBB/BBB Shot Clock, 200.00; Melissa Bennett - Custodial Substitute, 70.00; Scott Benson - Bus Driving, Training, 201.25; Tami Broekemeier - CNS Substitute, 110.00; Mike Buthe - Bus Driver Training, 10.00; Jon Button - Bus Driving, 81.10; Jana Carlson - Substitute, 990.00; Trista Christiaansen - Bus Driver Training, 10.00; Jen Christensen - Substitute, 515.00; Matt Christensen - Saturday School, 125.00; Bernard Citta - Bus Driver Training, 10.00; Kaye Coburn - Substitute, 770.00; Richard Coots - Substitute, 1,045.00; Joan DeVries - Bus Driver Training, 10.00; Josh Dieters - Substitute, 210.00; Francena Eagle - Custodial Substitute, 450.00; Dan Eastman - Bus Driving, Training, 1,000.80; Duane Fiala - Substitute, 550.00; Brooke Finn - Substitute, Bus Driver Training, 302.50; Bonnie Fjerestad - Substitute, 245.00; Melissa Garrow - BBB Tickets, 40.00; Roxie Geerdes - GBB Clock, MS Dance Supervision, 70.00; Todd Geerdes - BBB Clock, MS Dance Supervision, 140.00; Harold Geist - Bus Driver Training, 10.00; Tami Grieve - GBB/BBB Clock, 100.00; Jessica Hager - Substitute, 440.00; Paula Hahn - MS Dance Supervision, 40.00; Alyssa Hansen - Substitute, 1,100.00; Barb Hansen - Substitute, 110.00; Marie Hansen - Substitute, 330.00; David Hanson - Bus Driving, Training, 20.50; LaDell Hanson - Substitute, 395.00; Jennifer Hart - Substitute, 60.00; Brad Helm - GBB/BBB Book, 60.00; Rosetta Helseth - Bus Driver Training, 10.00; Jerry Hinzman - Bus Driving, 607.51; Craig Holbeck - Substitute, GBB/BBB Clock, 230.00; Dianna Hood - CNS Substitute, Bus Driver Training, 392.50; Jim Houg - Bus Driver Training, 10.00; Jessica Hunsaid - GBB/BBB Tickets, 145.00; Brian Iverson - Substitute, 660.00; Brent Jackson - Bus Driving, 121.65; Jenna Johnson - Substitute, 140.00; Norman Jordan - Bus Driver Training, 10.00; Gerry Karpen - Bus Driver Training, 10.00; Kimberly Kelly - Substitute, 715.00; Cheryl Ketcham - Substitute, 440.00; Holly King - Substitute, 930.00; Jessica Knutson - Substitute, 245.00; Donna Lease - Substitute, 220.00; Missy Livingston - GBB Tickets, 40.00; Amanda Lohr - Substitute, 220.00; Lana Main - Substitute, Concession Worker, 55.00; Penny Malsom - Substitute, 70.00; Deb Marco - Bus Driving, Training, 611.13; Randy Marso - GBB Dist Host, Supervision, Official, 80.00; Deb McCoy - Substitute, 75.00; Kathy Metzger - Substitute, 330.00; Tyson Metzger - GBB/BBB Official, 320.00; Gaylene Mielke, CNS Substitute, 37.50; Jesse Miller - GBB District Band, 50.00; Bill Miller - Bus Driver Training, 10.00; Erik Mork - Bus Driving, Training, 131.65; Matt Mueller - GBB Official, 40.00; Sandy Namanny - CNS Substitute, 207.50; Lynn Nielsen - Bus Driver Training, 10.00; Grant Nustad - Substitute, 110.00; Anna Olson - Substitute, 185.00; Brady Olson - BBB Clock, MS Dance Supervision, 100.00; David Osheim - Bus Driver Training, 10.00; Lorraine Osheim - Substitute, 220.00; Louisa Otto - Substitute, 15.00; Victoria Oye - Bus Driver Training, 10.00; Christy Petersen - Substitute, 430.00; Dean Pierson - GBB/BBB Official, 270.00; Teri Pieters - Substitute, 55.00; Laura Peschong - Substitute, 410.00; Alecia Rayhons - Substitute, 110.00; Lisa Reinschmidt - Substitute, 330.00; Patrick Roberts - Bus Driver Training, 10.00; John Rothenberger - Substitute, 845.00; Sheila Samsel - Substitute, 385.00; Darlene Satter - Custodial Substitute, 80.00; Mark Schlekeway - GBB District Supervision, 40.00; Keith Scholten - Bus Driving, Training, 384.25; Paul Scott - Custodial Substitute, 515.00; Diane Schroeder - Substitute, 550.00; Cindy Schwarz - Substitute, 1,137.50; Anita Shearer - Substitute, 180.00; Ron Shomion - Substitute, 330.00; Bob Shuck - Bus Driver Training, 10.00; Steve Skalland - Bus Driving, Training, 241.50; Nick Skibsted - BBB Official, 40.00; Brenda Small - Bus Driving, 162.20; Dennis Smith - Bus Driving, 121.65; Gwen Smith - Bus Driving, 336.75; Jeremy Smith - Bus Driving, 527.15; Tracy South - BBB Clock, 130.00; Heather Stettnichs - Substitute, 350.00; Marcie Stoltenberg - CNS Substitute, 150.00; Troy Sturgeon - GBB Official, 40.00; Deb Swanson - BBB Tickets, 40.00; Melissa Symington - BBB/GBB Tickets, 125.00; Gregg Talcott - GBB District Supervision, 40.00; Jacque Terveer-Gonseth - Substitute, 935.00; Patsy Terveer - BBB Tickets, 40.00; Tony Thoreson - Unused Vacation Pay, 898.40; Brad Thorson - BBB Official, 40.00; Gerald Thorson - Bus Driving, 202.75; Sara Tiffany - Substitute, 590.00; Chad Urban - GBB District Trainer, 40.00; Connie VanDenOever - Substitute, 495.00; JoAnn Vanderberg - Bus Driving, 419.63; Rachel VanHeel - Nurse Substitute, 110.00; Hazel VanHove - Nurse Substitute, 110.00; John Vermeer - Custodial Substitute, 80.00; Dian Versteeg - Tape BOE Meetings, 80.00; Cally Viereck - CNS Substitute, 70.00; Twyla Voldseth - Bus Driving, Custodial, 641.13; Briana Weber - Substitute, 1,970.00; Ginger Wells - Substitute, 330.00; Elizabeth Wright - Substitute, 2,230.00; Phil Youngdale - Bus Driving, 10.00; TOTAL, 37,951.50
Published once at the total approximate cost of $238.34.
1437700 Mar. 26, 2014

Notice to Bidders
Sealed bids for the purchase of a 2008 Caterpillar road grader shall be received by the Split Rock Township, South Dakota, at the office of the Clerk Pam Kolseth at 8101 E. 38th St., Sioux Falls, SD 57110 until 11:00 a.m. on April 8, 2014, when they will be publicly opened and read at 8:00 p.m. Detailed specifications for and/or viewing of the grader can be obtained by calling 605-366-1591. All bids shall be on the basis of a cash payment and pick up of the grader within 15 days of the bid award. The Township reserves the right to delay a decision for purchase for a period not to exceed 30 days after the date and time set for opening of the bids. The Township reserves the right to reject any or all bids or any parts thereof.
Marvin Manifold
Township Supervisor Chair
1437404 March 19 & 26, 2014

Notice of Vacancy on School Board
Brandon Valley School District 49-2
The following School Board position will become vacant due to the expiration of the present term of office of the following school board member:
1) Board Member - 3 year term
Circulation of nominating petitions may begin on April 8, 2014 and petitions may be filed in the office of the Business Manager located at 300 S. Splitrock Blvd., Brandon, South Dakota between the hours of 7:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. central daylight savings time not later than May 9, 2014 at 5:00 p.m. or mailed by registered mail not later than May 9, 2014 at 5:00 p.m.
_____________________
Paul J. Lundberg
Business Manager
Published twice at a total approximate cost of $24.68.
1437297 March 19 & 26, 2014






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