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July 15. 2014 10:40AM
NOTICE TO BIDDERS
PIONEER PARK PLAY
EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT
Sealed bids shall be received by the City of Brandon, South Dakota, at the office of the Municipal Finance Officer of said city until 10:00 a.m. on July 28, 2014 when they will be publicly opened and read.
The project generally consists of furnishing and installing freestanding playground equipment and structures as specified in the specificaitions. Detailed specifications can be seen at the Brandon City Hall, 304 Main Avenue, Brandon, South Dakota, 57005. You can have the specifications and forms mailed or e-mailed upon request by calling 605-582-6515.
The bidder shall submit the proposal on the forms prescribed and proposals will be rejected if they show any conditions or uncalled for alternate bids. All bids shall be on the basis of a 30 day cash payment account.
The City of Brandon 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 City of Brandon reserves the right to reject any or all bids or any parts thereof.
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Bryan H. Read
City Administrator
Published twice at the total approximate cost of $34.07.
1445093 July 16 & 23, 2014

BRIEFING MEETING MINUTES
The Brandon City Council met in a briefing session at 5:30 p.m. on July 3, 2014 in the Council Chambers at 308 Main Avenue, Brandon, South Dakota. Present were Roger Brooks, Barb Fish, Mindy Hansen, Blaine Jones and Robert Smith. Others present were: City Administrator, Bryan H. Read; Finance Officer, Dennis E. Olson; and Police Chief, David Kull. Absent Jo Hausman and Mayor Larry Beesley.
The Council discussed the items on the agenda for the upcoming July 7, 2014 regular Council meeting. No formal action was taken.
At 6:17 p.m., having no further business, Council President Jones declared the briefing meeting ended.
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Alderman Blaine Jones
Council President
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Dennis E. Olson
Municipal Finance Officer
Published once at the total approximate cost of $19.09.
1445092 July 16, 2014

MINUTES
The Brandon City Council met in regular session at 6:00 p.m. on July 7, 2014, in the Council Chambers at 308 S. Main Avenue, Brandon, South Dakota. Present were Roger Brooks, Barb Fish, Mindy Hansen, Jo Hausman, Blaine Jones, Robert Smith and Mayor Larry Beesley. Others present were: City Administrator, Bryan H. Read; Finance Officer, Dennis Olson; City Engineer Stockwell Engineers, Paul Sanow; Police Chief, Dave Kull; Director of Human Resources, Dan Oakland; Golf Pro, Zane Swenson and Public Works Director, Rollie Hoeke.
Alderman Smith moved Alderman Jones seconded to approve the agenda. Motion carried.
Alderwoman Fish moved Alderwoman Hansen seconded to approve the minutes of the June 12, 2014 briefing meeting and the minutes of the June 16, 2014 regular meeting. Motion carried.
Alderman Brooks moved Alderwoman Hausman seconded to approve the following claims. Motion carried.
VENDOR, DESCRIPTION, AMOUNT
ABC Rentals, Automania Supplies, 625.00; Adams Golf, Pro Shop Resale, 157.58; AFLAC, June Premiums, 1,084.05; All Star Pro Golf, Pro Shop Resale, 207.01; Alternative HR Development, Professional Services, 2,325.00; Argus Leader Media, Publications, 1,350.55; Bernard Citto, Summer Rec Driver, 75.00; Bierschbach Equipment & Supply, GC Rental, 1,499.90; Black Inc, GC Advertising, 1,745.00; Blaine's Service, Various Dept Supplies, 262.85; Boyce, Greenfield, Pashby & Welk, May Attorney Charges, 4,622.50; Brandon Lumber Company, Various Dept Supplies, 2,478.01; Brandon Plumbing & Heating, Govt Bldg Repairs, 273.50; Brandon Valley School District, Fuel, 5,289.91; Brown & Saenger, Various Dept Supplies, 232.48; BV Chamber of Commerce, Safety Supplies, 300.00; BV Ministerial Association, Prayer Breakfast, 75.00; Cardmember Services, Various Dept Supplies, 2,212.29; Cedar Shore Resort, Travel Expense, 379.80; Century Business Products, Document Scanner, 7,844.00; Christina Smith, Travel Expense, 173.26; City of Sioux Falls, Water Services, 43.50; Cobra PUMA Golf Inc, Pro Shop Resale, 1,583.31; Coffee Cup, Fuel, 259.71; Concrete Materials, GC Supplies, 347.99; Construction Products, Automania Supplies, 896.00; Corson Village Sanitary District, June Refund, 794.56; Crescent Electric Supply, Govt Bldg Supplies, 145.73; Culligan Water Conditioning, GC Rental, 60.00; Dakota Supply Group, Water Supplies, 4,074.26; Delta Dental of SD, July Premiums, 2,280.30; Dennis Olson, July Premiums, 427.12; Dex Media, GC Publication, 54.50; DirecTV, Utilities, 37.43; DPC Industries Inc, Water Chemicals, 993.60; Duke Aerial Equipment, Park Supplies, 604.20; Ecolab Inc, GC Supplies, 355.55; EH Wachs Company, Sewer Supplies, 626.82; EnviroMaster Inc, GC Supplies, 202.45; Express Way, Fuel, 118.11; Food Services of America, GC Resale, 1,225.38; Galls, Police Supplies, 219.70; Geotek Engineering & Testing, Professional Services, 1,027.00; Girton Adams Company, GC Supplies, 99.00; Grainger, Automania Supplies, 105.50; Great Amusement, GC Professional Services, 175.00; Haarsma Construction, Custer Parkway Project, 88,521.18; Hach Company, Water Supplies, 705.96; Hawkins Water Treatment, Water & Pool Supplies, 285.95; HD Supply Waterworks, Water Supplies, 2,697.30; Home Builders Association, Dues, 500.00; Hydro Klean, Sewer Repairs, 1,651.05; InterLakes Community Action Inc, May Transit Bus Expense, 9,833.64; John Henry Foster, Water Supplies, 261.85; Johnson Brothers Famous Brands, GC Resale, 1,334.69; Lacey Rentals Inc, Toilet Rentals, 1,040.00; Lawson Products Inc, Street Supplies, 351.98; Locators & Supplies Inc, Street Supplies, 67.99; Malloy Electric Bearing Supply, Street Repairs, 26.80; MED-Star Paramedic Ambulance, Pool Services, 380.00; Menards Sioux Falls, Flooding Supplies, 502.18; Metro Communications, PSAP Service Fee, 9,079.00; Midwest Mini Melts, Pool Resale, 1,050.00; Minnehaha Community Water Corp, Utilities, 47.25; Minnehaha County Highway Dept, Sandbags, 1,520.00; Modern Woodmen of America, July Premiums, 1,625.71; Myrl & Roy's Paving Inc, Street Supplies, 514.28; Neve's Uniforms & Equipment, Police Supplies, 703.90; Nordstrom's Automotive, Inspection Dept Repairs, 60.00; Northwest Tire Inc, Inspection Dept Repairs, 498.64; Oreck, GC Supplies, 53.98; Palisades Oil Company, Fuel, 6,366.00; Pheasantland Industries, GC Supplies, 287.28; Pitney Bowes Lease Account, Govt Bldg Rental, 122.22; Pitney Bowes Reserve Account, Postage, 750.00; Pizza Ranch of SF, GC Resale, 75.00; Queen City Wholesale, GC Resale, 1,897.01; Recreation Supply Company, Pool Supplies, 69.70; Reiter Enterprises, GC Rental, 2,550.00; Republic National Distributing, GC Resale, 324.55; Sandy Benz, Pool Refund, 30.00; Schuneman Equipment, GC Supplies, 248.71; Scott Benson, Summer Rec Driver, 150.00; SD Department of Revenue, Water Testing, 363.00; SDGCSA, GC dues, 80.00; Sigler Fire Equipment, GC Supplies, 25.92; Sioux Falls Humane Society, May Animal Control, 393.16; Sioux Falls Networks, Council Equipment, 3,245.00; Sioux Falls Utilities, Wastewater Discharge, 57,295.85; Sioux Valley Energy, Utilities, 61,009.00; Sprint, Utilities, 484.99; Sunshine, Various Dept Supplies, 2,683.59; Susan Nifong, GC Refund, 1,378.00; The Tessman Company, GC Supplies, 3,357.88; Titleist, Pro Shop Resale, 5,898.82; Tony's Catering, GC Caterings, 9,673.68; Tri-State Hood Cleaning, GC Repairs, 435.00; Turfwerks, GC Supplies, 877.57; Uncle Ed's Specialty Meats Inc, GC Supplies, 2,443.75; USA Blue Book, Street Supplies, 89.09; Verizon Wireless, Utilities, 1,187.88; Vogel Motors, Repairs, 300.99; Wade Else, Travel Expense, 48.13; Water Environment Federation, Water Dues, 111.00; Wellmark BCBS, July Premiums, 40,936.02; Wilson Golf Division, Pro Shop Resale, 281.50; First National Bank, Bethany Drainage Bond, 9,653.70; First National Bank, Golf Cart Loan, 2,826.10; First National Bank, Water Treatment Plant Loan, 43,926.94; Council, June 19, 2014 Payroll, 6,424.85; Mayor, June 19, 2014 Payroll, 1,555.20; City Administration, June 19, 2014 Payroll, 3,307.62; Planning & Zoning, June 19, 2014 Payroll, 637.20; Park Committee, June 19, 2014 Payroll, 304.74; Deputy Finance Officer, June 19, 2014 Payroll, 2,055.92; Police, June 19, 2014 Payroll, 16,877.37; Building Inspections, June 19, 2014 Payroll, 2,757.79; Street Department, June 19, 2014 Payroll, 5,358.90; Summer Recreation, June 19, 2014 Payroll, 2,244.44; Pool, June 19, 2014 Payroll, 9,623.40; Park Department, June 19, 2014 Payroll, 7,894.31; Chamber of Commerce, June 19, 2014 Payroll, 1,230.69; Water Department, June 19, 2014 Payroll, 5,599.69; Sewer Department, June 19, 2014 Payroll, 2,582.01; Golf Course Grounds, June 19, 2014 Payroll, 6,977.30; Golf Course Lounge, June 19, 2014 Payroll, 5,964.83; Golf Course Pro Shop, June 19, 2014 Payroll, 6,091.56; Golf Course Community Room, June 19, 2014 Payroll, 2,434.42; 941 Payroll Taxes, June 19, 2014 Payroll, 27,549.13; SD Retirement System Supplemental, June 19, 2014 Payroll, 780.00; SD Retirement System, June Contribution, 18,777.70; Direct Pay Reimbursement, Direct Pay Reimbursement, 1,500.00; TASC Flex Plan, June 19, 2014 Payroll, 1,356.90
VFW - LEGION COMMANDER
Charlie McIntyre, Brandon Legion and VFW Commander was present for discussion.
BRANDON HOCKEY ASSOCIATION - ASPEN PARK
Brian Seaver, President of the BV Hockey Association and Todd Stone, were present for discussion. They are working on plans for an indoor hockey rink/community center in Aspen Park. They have met with other sport associations for their support. Would like to start construction in the spring 2016.
STAFF CHANGES - GOLF COURSE
The Golf Course Committee report was heard. Alderman Jones moved Alderwoman Hausman seconded to approve the following staff change at the golf course. Motion carried.
Golf Cart Tech: Noah Laycock, $7.50 per hour.
BIKE PATH FEASABILITY STUDY
The Police and Park & Recreation Committee reports were heard. Will delay discussion on the Bike Path Feasability Study till the next City Council meeting.
SAFE ROUTES TO SCHOOL
SDDOT has requested a determination from the City to see if we are planning to proceed with the Safe Routes to School project with the grant funds we have received. Grant funds expire September/ October 2014. Alderman Jones moved Alderman Smith seconded to return the grant funds to the DOT. A roll call vote showed Brooks, Fish, Hausman, Jones and Smith voting aye. Hanson voting nay. Motion carried.
SURPLUS PROPERTY LIST
The Administration Committee report was heard. A surplus list of equipment was presented for the Sioux Falls Auction. Alderman Brooks moved Alderwoman Hansen seconded to declare the list as surplus and take them to auction. Motion carried.
CUSTER PARKWAY PROJECT
The Street and Water & Sewer Committee reports were heard. Alderwoman Hausman moved Alderman Smith seconded to approve Custer Parkway Project pay application #4 in the amount of $88,521.18. Motion carried.
CUSTER PARKWAY PROGRESS MEETING MINUTES
The minutes from the June 26, 2014 Custer Parkway Project meeting minutes were presented.
TRUCK SEWER EXTENSION - BETHANY MEADOWS
Alderman Jones moved Alderwoman Hausman seconded to approve an agreement from Stockwell Engineers for the Truck Sewer Extension west of Bethany Meadows, not to exceed $22,800.00. Alderman Hansen asked about the costs being incurred by the developers/property owners versus the City. Motion carried.
At 6:45 p.m. on a motion by Alderman Jones seconded by Alderwoman Hansen the meeting was adjourned.
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Larry Beesley
Mayor
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Melissa Labahn
Municipal Recording Clerk
Published once at the total approximate cost of $101.73.
1445091 July 16, 2014

The Board of Commissioners for the City of Valley Springs, South Dakota met in Regular Session on Tuesday, July 8th, 2014 at 6:45 pm at City Hall, 401 Broadway Ave. The meeting was called to order by Mayor Moss. Present: Commissioners Dean Helgeson, Brian Staeffler, Lance Bauske and Mayor Carl Moss. Commissioner Jansma arrived at 6:55 pm. 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 June minutes.All voted yes. Motion carried.
A motion was made by Helgeson, seconded by Bauske to approve the claims and payroll as presented. All voted yes. Motion carried.
BILLS PAID THROUGH JULY 8th, 2014
A-1 Septic & Excavating, Inc, Professional Services/Street Dept, 145.00; Ackerman Brothers Heating, Service Call on Library AC/Gen Gov' Bldg Dept, 86.73; ADAPCO, Inc, Mosquito Spray/Health & Welfare Dept, 987.50; Alliance Communications, Monthly Phone Service/Various Depts, 160.00; Argus Leader, Legals/Legislative Dept, 90.09; Avenet, LLC, Web Hosting, Support/Economic Dev Dept, 375.00; Brandon Valley School District, Fuel/Street Dept, 534.41; Clark Engineering Corp, Water/ Sewer Facility Plans/Water, Sewer Fund, 1,850.00; Concrete Materials, Inc, Concrete/Street Dept, 161.00; D & M Sales, Mower Supplies/Park Dept, 14.11; Dearborn Nat'l Life Ins, Insurance / Finance, Street Depts, 72.30; Delta Dental, Insurance/Finance, Street Depts, 139.30; Elite Electric, Inc, Generator for West Well/Water Fund, 19,387.79; First National Bank, Qtrly Lagoon Payment/ Sewer Fund, 8,469.24; First National Bank, Qtrly Sewer Project Payment/Debt Service Fund, 6,024.63; Hughes Law Office, Professional Services/Street Dept, 2,266.55; IOS Office Solutions, Printer Monthly Lease/Finance Dept, 21.48; Janitor's Closet, Supplies/General Gov't Bldg Dept, 93.07; Manley Tire & Oil, Pickup Tires/Street Dept, 565.40; Meierhenry Sargent, LLP, Professional Services/Fin, Street Dept, 900.00; Menards, Supplies/Gen Gov't Bldg Dept, 71.98; MidAmerican Energy, Natural Gas/Gen Gov't Bldg Dept, 25.46; Performance Press, Office Supplies/Finance Dept, 99.00; Roof Systems, Inc, Repair City Hall Roof/Gen Gov't Bldg Dept, 259.18; Sandy Severtson, FO School Mileage/Finance Dept, 73.68; Schuneman Equipment Co, Mower Parts/Street Dept, 92.97; SD Dept of Revenue - Health, Water Tests/Water Fund, 13.00; SD Retirement System, Retirement / Finance, Street Depts, 885.60; Sioux Valley Energy, Monthly Service/ Various Depts, 4,219.97; Soo Sanitary Service, LLC, Culvert on Sunnyside/Street Dept, 753.36; Staples Credit Plan, Office Supplies/Finance Dept, 87.11; Sturdevant's Auto Parts, Battery/Street Dept, 99.07; US Dept Treasury - EFTPS, Payroll Taxes/Finance, Street, Park Depts, 2,210.94; VS Community Club, Donation/Park Dept, 600.00; VS Community Club, Donation - Fireworks/Park Dept, 500.00; Valley Springs Farmers Coop, Fuel/ Street Dept, 311.50; Verizon Wireless, Cellular Service/Street Dept, 54.20; Wellmark/Blue Cross, Health Insurance/Finance, Street Depts, 1,393.62; Commissioner Bauske, Net Quarterly Wages/ Legislative Dept, 323.22; Commissioner Helgeson, Net Quarterly Wages/Legislative Dept, 263.19; Commissioner Jansma, Net Quarterly Wages/Legislative Dept, 263.20; Commissioner Staeffler, Net Quarterly Wages/Legislative Dept, 323.22; Mayor Moss, Net Quarterly Wages/Legislative Dept, 380.94; Julie Kirby, Net Wages/ General Gov't Bldg, Park Depts, 530.54; Jay Lunstra, Net Wages/ Street Dept, 851.52; Sandy Namanny, Net Wages/Finance Dept, 163.23; Ryan Nussbaum, Net Wages/Street Dept, 2,869.59; Sandy Severtson, Net Wages / Finance Dept, 2,447.07
Chuck Schrader of Municipal Pipe Tool Company gave a presentation on the process of rehabilitating the sewer system by using trenchless sewer relining, sewer televising and cleaning, grouting and manhole rehabilitation. Dave Burwitz of Clark Engineering was present for the discussion. Once the Inflow and Infiltration Study is done this fall, the Board will have a better idea as how to proceed with the project.
The Board finalized the list of future water and wastewater projects with the assistance of Dave Burwitz. This was the next step in the process to apply for the funding of upcoming projects. Increasing the water and sewer rates will be discussed at the August meeting. The increase is necessary in order to qualify for funding and to help pay for the projects.
Commissioner Jansma explained the Community Access Grant. The grant would go towards the construction of the second phase of what was formerly known as the "Safe Routes to School". After discussing the project at length, a motion was made by Bauske, seconded by Helgeson to apply for the Department Of Transportation Community Access Grant. All voted yes. Motion carried. If the grant is approved, the State will reimburse the City for 60% of the construction costs.
Scott Stegenga discussed with the Board the need to continue with the clean up and repair at City Hall associated with the issues from last year by replacing office walls, ceiling, etc to make for a safe work environment. A motion was made by Bauske, seconded by Staeffler to hire Stegenga Construction to do the clean-up and remodeling in the City Hall Office areas to remedy the situation. All voted yes. Motion carried. The Finance Office will be temporary located at the Maintenance Office. The Library will be closed during the remodeling project.
Ryan gave the Public Works report. Items discussed included repairing the bridge at Southside and Mae Rose Dr, reworking areas affected by the flood, as well as other miscellaneous items.
A motion was made by Bauske, 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 $65.66.
1444902 July 16, 2014

NOTICE
Inter-Lakes Community Action Partnership is holding an election to choose an individual to represent the Low-Income Sector of Minnehaha County on its Board of Directors.
Income-eligible residents of Minnehaha County over the age of 18 can participate in the election. To determine if you are eligible to vote in this election or if you would like more information, contact Tammie Denning at 605-334-2808, Ext 202.
If you would like to vote, please come to the Inter-Lakes Community Action Partnership Office at 505 North Western between July 28th and August 1st. Office hours are: 8:00 am to 4:30 pm.
1444784-02 Jul. 16 & 23, 2014

Notice of Public Hearing
Rezoning
Notice is hereby provided that the Planning and Zoning Board of the City of Valley Springs will hold a Public Hearing to review a request for rezoning a parcel of land.
The proposed rezoning affects the following property:
Parcel # 24508 - Top's Tract 1 in the NE 1/4 of Section 3, Township 101 N, Range 47 West of the 5th P.M.
The owners are requesting the above parcel be rezoned from A-1 Agricultural to I-2 General Industrial District.
The public hearing will be held at 7:00 p.m. on Monday, July 28, 2014, at Valley Springs City Hall, 401 Broadway Ave. Any interested persons are invited and encouraged to attend. Those unable to attend are invited to submit written comments to the Finance Officer prior to the hearing. Materials explaining the proposed rezoning are available for public review at Valley Springs City Hall, during regular business hours.
Sandy Severtson
Finance Officer
City of Valley Springs
401 Broadway Ave
PO Box 118
Valley Springs, SD 57068
Published once at the total approximate cost of $22.91.
1444662 Jul. 16, 2014

The Citizens of the Township of Brandon in the County of Minnehaha, South Dakota and who are qualified to vote at Township elections, are hereby notified that a Special Township Meeting for said Township will be held at the Corson Community Hall in said Township, on Tuesday, the 22 day of July at 7:00 0'clock PM, for the following purposes:
To discuss the conditions of roads, fiances, and vote to amend levy to include opt out for additional funds.
Given under my hand this 1st day of July, 2014
David A Sorenson Township Clerk
Published twice at the total approximate cost of $22.33.
1444464 Jul. 9 & 16, 2014






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