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August 06. 2014 9:56AM
The Brandon City Council met in regular session at 6:00 p.m. on July 21, 2014, in the Council Chambers at 308 S. Main Avenue, Brandon, South Dakota. Present were Roger Brooks, Barb Fish, Jo Hausman, Blaine Jones and Mayor Larry Beesley. Others present were: City Administrator, Bryan H. Read; Finance Officer, Dennis E. Olson; City Engineer Stockwell Engineers, Heidi Condon; Police Chief, Dave Kull; Director of Human Resources, Dan Oakland; Building Official, Paul Clarke; and Public Works Director, Rollie Hoeke. Absent: Mindy Hansen and Robert Smith. The meeting began at 6:15 p.m.
Alderman Jones moved Alderwoman Fish seconded to approve the agenda, with the removal of the Bike Path Feasability Study; which will be moved to the next regular Council meeting. Motion carried.
Alderman Brooks moved Alderwoman Fish seconded to approve the minutes of the July 3, 2014 briefing meeting and the minutes of the July 7, 2014 regular meeting. Motion carried.
Alderwoman Hausman moved Alderman Jones seconded to approve the following claims. Motion carried.
VENDOR, DESCRIPTION, AMOUNT
A 1 Septic Tank, GC Repairs, 135.00; Alliance Communications, Utilities, 2,345.95; Argus Leader Media, GC Advertising, 784.40; Border States Electric, Sewer Supplies, 83.13; Borns Group, Water Billing, 907.29; Brandon Ace Hardware, Various Dept Supplies, 1,791.66; Brandon Golf Course, Refund Bank Drafts, 766.18; Brock White Company, Street Supplies, 13,600.00; Century Business Products, Various Dept Supplies, 138.41; Chesterman Company, GC Resale, 684.50; Cobra PUMA Golf Inc, Pro Shop Resale, 228.66; Coffee Cup, Fuel, 171.44; Concrete Materials, Park Supplies, 484.10; Dakota Beverage, GC Resale, 4,911.30; Dakota Supply Group, Park Supplies, 1,991.86; Danko Emergency Equipment Co, Siren Install, 8,384.00; Dennis Olson, Travel Expense, 165.76; Dex Media, Utilities, 54.50; DirecTV, Utilities, 37.43; DPC Industries Inc, Water & Pool Chemicals, 5,424.00; Ecolab Inc, GC Rentals, 112.67; Ecolab Pest Elimination, GC Services, 277.57; ESRI, Inspections Annual Maintenance, 400.00; Food Services of America, GC Resale, 1,431.41; FootJoy, Pro Shop Resale, 75.33; G & K Services, Various Dept Supplies, 1,140.22; Garretson Sportsmen's Club, Police Supplies, 500.00; Grainger, Sewer Supplies, 805.00; Haarsma Construction, Custer Pkwy Project, 113,011.42; Heiman Fire Equipment, Street Supplies, 129.33; Hydraulic World Inc, GC Supplies, 79.08; InterLakes Community Action, June Transit Bus Expense, 8,537.44; Jack Lauer, GC Resale, 140.00; Lacey Rentals Inc, Rentals, 870.00; Marv's Sanitary Service, Utilities, 525.00; MidAmerican Energy, Utilities, 2,976.13; Midwest Alarm Company Inc, Professional Services, 65.52; Modern Woodmen of America, Start up for Cody, 21.66; Myrl & Roy's Paving Inc, Street Supplies, 503.88; Neve's Uniforms & Equipment, Police Supplies, 51.95; Oakridge Nursery, Various Dept Supplies, 2,611.29; Palisades Oil Company, Fuel, 1,377.72; Pepsi Beverages Company, GC Resale, 650.50; Pizza Ranch, GC Resale, 68.00; R & L Supply, Park Supplies, 700.20; Reiter Enterprises, GC Rentals, 3,907.50; Republic National Distributing, GC Resale, 431.33; Rich Hurney, GC Repairs, 31.11; Sam's Club, Various Dept Supplies, 641.47; Sanitation Products Inc, Sewer Repairs, 3,233.74; SD Department of Revenue, June Sales Tax, 9,662.84; SD One Call, Utilities, 205.35; SD Unemployment Ins Division, 2nd Qtr 2014, 1,005.51; Solid Solutions LLC, GC Rentals, 1,520.00; Spectrum Marketing Services, Summer Rec Supplies, 292.80; Steve Kohnen, Mailbox Refund, 46.90; Stockwell Engineers, Professional Services, 63,407.95; Sturdevant's Auto Parts, Various Dept Supplies, 1,386.50; Sure Test, Professional Services, 193.60; SystemDudes Inc, GC Repairs, 49.50; T I Windows LLC, GC Repairs, 85.00; The Tessman Company, GC Supplies, 1,116.24; Turfwerks, GC Supplies, 114.00; US Postmaster, Water Billing, 1,360.94; Van Diest Supply, West Nile Supplies, 5,856.00; Vogel Motors, Park Repairs, 510.00; Xcel Energy, Utilities, 5,286.82; City Administration, July 3, 2014 Payroll, 3,306.08; Deputy Finance Officer, July 3, 2014 Payroll, 2,490.89; Police, July 3, 2014 Payroll, 19,272.69; Building Inspections, July 3, 2014 Payroll, 2,736.12; Street Department, July 3, 2014 Payroll, 5,543.26; Summer Recreation, July 3, 2014 Payroll, 2,599.76; Pool, July 3, 2014 Payroll, 12,146.96; Park Department, July 3, 2014 Payroll, 8,692.03; Chamber of Commerce, July 3, 2014 Payroll, 1,230.69; Water Department, July 3, 2014 Payroll, 5,589.97; Sewer Department, July 3, 2014 Payroll, 2,912.74; Golf Course Grounds, July 3, 2014 Payroll, 6,644.30; Golf Course Lounge, July 3, 2014 Payroll, 3,563.29; Golf Course Pro Shop, July 3, 2014 Payroll, 3,403.37; Golf Course Community Room, July 3, 2014 Payroll, 2,517.12; 941 Payroll Taxes, July 3, 2014 Payroll, 26,934.21; Direct Pay Reimbursement, Direct Pay Reimbursement, 2,147.91; SDRS Supplemental, July 3, 2014 Payroll, 780.00; TASC Flex Plan, July 3, 2014 Payroll, 1,356.90
Alderman Brooks moved Alderwoman Fish seconded to approve the consent calendar which contained the following items: a plat of Lot 1A, Block 2, Tallgrass Village; a plat of Lot 3A & 3B, Block 9, Bluffs Addition and a plat of Tract 2, Hansen's Addition. Motion carried.
STAFF CHANGES - GOLF COURSE COMMUNITY ROOM
The Golf Course Committee report was heard. Alderman Jones moved Alderman Brooks seconded to approve the following staff change at the golf course. Motion carried.
Community Room: Ashley Braun, $7.50 per hour.
ADOPTION OF ICC/ PROPERTY MAINTENANCE CODE
The Police Committee report was heard. The City is in the process of updating the current building codes to 2012. Paul Clarke, Brandon Building Official, discussed some of the changes in going from the 2009 code to the 2012 code. An ordinances to make the changes will be presented at the next City Council meeting.
BRANDON INDUSTRIAL PARK AS A CERTIFIED READY SITE
The Administration Committee report was heard. A letter was received from the South Dakota Governor's Office of Economic Development stating that the Brandon Industrial Park is now officially designated as a South Dakota Certified Ready Site.
Alderman Brooks moved Alderman Jones seconded to approve Resolution #09-14. A roll call vote showed Brooks, Fish, Hausman and Jones aye. Motion carried.
WHEREAS, the South Dakota Public Assurance Alliance requires that a prospective member be nominated by their governing body to act as a representative on behalf of the entity.
THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the City of Brandon hereby nominates Dennis E. Olson to enter the election for a seat to serve on the South Dakota Public Assurance Alliance Board of Directors on behalf of the City of Brandon.
Dated this 21st day of July, 2014.
Larry D. Beesley
Dennis E. Olson
Municipal Finance Officer
CUSTER PARKWAY PAY APPLICATION
The Street Committee report was heard. Alderman Jones moved Alderman Brooks seconded to approve the Custer Parkway & Sioux Boulevard pay application #5 in the amount of $113,011.42; and the Request for Proposal #1 from Haarsma Construction in the amount of $2,760.98 for the Custer Parkway/Pioneer Park Road improvements and the construction Change Order #1 for an increase in the amount of $2,760.98 for additional work on the project. Motion carried.
The Water & Sewer Committee report was heard.
At 6:40 p.m. on a motion by Alderman Jones seconded by Alderwoman Hausman the meeting was adjourned.
Municipal Recording Clerk
Published once at the total approximate cost of $84.98.
1445954 Jul. 30, 2014
Brandon Valley School District 49-2
2014-15 Salary/Pay Rates
Employee Name, Salary
Jodi Ackerman, $20,296, (.5 FTE); Laurie Adams, $50,314; Loralie Aljets, $13.19, per hour*; Sarah Andera, $40,688; Anne Anderson, $12.21, per hour; David Anderson, $44,654; Gay Anderson, $60,050, annual; Kent Anderson, $61,144; Nicole Anderson-Gappa, $20,296, (.5 FTE); Jeanne Angelo, $42.00, per trip; Jodi Arneson, $13.86, per hour; Debra Arrowsmith, $13.39, per hour; Kyle Babb, $66,915; Amy Baier, $12.53, per hour; Tammy Bailey, $50,663; Laura Baker, $48,102; Ashlie Bartholomew, $42.00, per trip; Lynn Bartscher, $17.92, per hour; Teresa Bastian, $44,097; Andrew Bauer, $12.75, per hour; Merry Bauer, $21.45, per hour; Christine Beck, $12.58, per hour; William Beck, $14.46, per hour; Kimberly Becker, $38,465; Misti Becker, $17.20, per hour; Ann Beesley, $54,318; Larry Beesley, $61,937; Joanne Bennis, $16.45, per hour; Jolene Benson, $13.68, per hour; Scott Benson, $42.00, per trip; Shelly Berg, $53,027; Kate Bergstrom, $20,767, (.5 FTE); Paul Berndt, $46,383, annual; Gerald Bills, $13.00, per hour; Erin Bisbee, $41,214; Jason Bisbee, $49,431; Curtis Blackburn, $20.75, per hour*; Alyssa Blake, $38,936; Adam Bobzien, $52,169; Morgan Bobzien, $41,239; Steve Boint, $50,567; Marcel Boscaljon, $54,300; Ashley Bosch, $38,465; Merlyn Bosch, $20.49, per hour; Teresa Brandsrud, $44,391; Sandy Breitzman, $11.32, per hour; Kevin Brick, $83,948, annual; Dylan Briest, $51,364; Jeffrey Brink, $13.35, per hour*; Andrea Brown, $41,050; Nancy Brown, $16.75, per hour; Stacey Bruce, $12.31, per hour; Jeanie Bruggeman, $13.00, per hour; Julie Brummels, $12.21, per hour; Wendy Bunker, $34,608, annual; Mike Buthe, $42.00, per trip; Mary Jo Button, $13.40, per hour; Molly Calkins, $44,654; Eugene Calmus, $13.80, per hour; Dan Canfield, $38,800; Georgia Carlson, $17.42, per hour; Scott Carlson, $14.95, per hour*; Aaron Carroll, $43,066; Emily Carroll, $38,131; Scott Carroll, $51,508; Suzanne Carroll, $49,583; Susan Cavanaugh, $11.32, per hour; Anne Chambers, $43,794; Jennifer Christensen, $12.15, per hour; Kerri Christensen, $12.36, per hour; Kristi Christensen, $11.30, per hour; Matthew Christensen, $52,032; Lori Christenson, $11.30, per hour; Trista Christiaansen, $42.00, per trip; Bernard Citta, $42.00, per trip; Gregory Clemetson, $13.40, per hour*; Lori Crumb, $11.30, per hour; Sandra Cummings, $15.37, per hour; Michele Dandurand, $13.52, per hour*; Vernon Dandurand, $16.16, per hour*; Lori Daniels, $11.30, per hour; Sarah Darling, $38,221; Stacy DeBoer, $53,058; Mona Decker, $11.30, per hour; Brent Deckert, $54,912; Sue Dekker, $45,421; Joan DeVries, $42.00, per trip; Chris Dieters, $12.53, per hour; Patrick Donelan, $53,033; Chris Dummermuth, $4,828; Alyssa Duncan, $36,932; Jeff Duncanson, $47,306; Angel Dunham, $11.30, per hour; Nicole Durflinger, $12.31, per hour; Francena Eagle, $11.30, per hour; Dan Eastman, $42.00, per trip; Carolyn Ebright, $48,147; Carol Egert, $12.97, per hour*; Kelly Eichelberg, $49,158; Ann Erickson, $11.32, per hour; Chris Erickson, $15.89, per hour; Mary Erickson, $51,357; Stacia Ericsson, $42,042; Leslie Erikson, $50,530, annual; Amber Ernste, $45,788; Sheila Fabian, $15.36, per hour; Christina Feenstra, $44,375; Britton Feltman, $12.85, per hour*; Cindy Feyereisen, $48,074; Stacy Fiegen, $14.36, per hour; Brooke Finn, $42.00, per trip; Trev Fletcher, $2,987; Jill Flint, $44,688; Jeff Fode, $40,274; Julie Forbes, $22.36, per hour; Susan Foster, $79,141; Courtney Francis, $21.88, per hour; Amy Frantzen, $51,854; Bill Freking, $57,961; Susan Fritz, $12.58, per hour; Lisa Fuccello, $39,144; Jeff Ganschow, $42,468; Matthew Gappa, $40,151; Sherri Garner, $13.30, per hour; Chad Garrow, $54,044; Melissa Garrow, $39,050, annual; Timothy Gebhart, $37,245; Roxie Geerdes, $60,759; Todd Geerdes, $58,575; Harold Geist, $42.00, per trip; Randal Gibbons, $47,644; Mary Gile, $51,124; Scott Giles, $47,089; Amy Glammeier, $21.94, per hour; Samantha Goedken, $37,246; Cliff Goembel, $18.68, per hour; Paula Gordon, $53,033; Gail Grace, $11.32, per hour; Marette Grage, $22.22, per hour; Marette Grage, $3,549, Extra Duty; Kristi Gregerson, $14.19, per hour; Jessica Griebel, $36,932; Mark Griebel, $44,829; Gary Griesse, $66,922; Tami Grieve, $43,052; Thomas Grode, $54,568; Elizabeth Gruis, $40,592; Terry Gullickson, $64,311; Evan Hackett, $12.85, per hour*; Paula Hahn, $46,795; Alyssa Hansen, $36,932; Wayne Hansen, $39,976, annual; David Hanson, $42.00, per trip; Margaret Hanson, $36,402, annual; Jennifer Hart, $44,910; Sarah Harte, $40,592; Cheryl Hartog, $13.36, per hour; Katie Hartz, $40,271; Andrea Hatlestad, $36,932; Marge Hauser, $83,806; Pamela Hedman, $57,710; Lyn Heidenson, $103,718; Rosetta Helseth, $42.00, per trip; Amanda Henning, $13.82, per hour; Chuck Henson, $39,800, annual; Jessica Henson, $14.14, per hour; Ty Hentschel, $79,625; Karen Heyden, $87,249; Jerry Hinzman, $42.00, per trip; Kelsey Hoff, $38,221; Kristin Hofkamp, $42,524; Allen Hogie, $58,126; Craig Holbeck, $66,748; Lynn Holm, $13.94, per hour; Dianna Hood, $42.00, per trip; Merle Horst, $83,950; Jim Houg, $42.00, per trip; Paula Huber, $41,050; Delwyn Hubers, $57,401; Adam Huisman, $47,620, annual; Anita Hume, $17.40, per hour; Jessica Hunsaid, $43,786; Kathy Hunt, $56,505; Teri Huska, $43,415; Nicolle Hutchinson, $12.15, per hour; Brian Iverson, $18,314, (.5 FTE); Angela Jameson, $11.30, per hour; Emily Janssen, $12.21, per hour; Sherri Jergenson, $37,234; Andrew Johnson, $47,857; Dirk Johnson, $42.00, per trip; Lisa Johnson, $52,366; Melissa Johnson, $51,684; Debra Jones, $53,033; Norman Jordan, $42.00, per trip; Leah Jorgenson, $21.88, per hour; Katie Jurgensen, $46,121; Gerry Karpen, $42.00, per trip; Angie Kautz, $38,221; Jeri Keenan-Cattnach, $41,120; Lilian Keough, $12.16, per hour; Joel Keyman, $14.54, per hour; Julie Kirby, $14.65, per hour; Vicky Kirby, $13.99, per hour; Wilma Kirkeby, $12.26, per hour; Kelly Kirlin, $11.30, per hour; Darla Kjelden, $11.30, per hour; Pamela Klenner, $39,725; Erica Kline, $36,628; Karen Kluin, $51,570; Abby Klumper, $39,876; Daniel Klumper, $42,329; Dennie Klutman, $11.32, per hour; Jolene Knigge, $12.31, per hour; Vickie Kolb, $74,222; Brent Kramer, $40,807; Jennifer Kranz, $12.26, per hour; Deb Kresak, $52,213; Merissa Kringen, $41,452; Joe Krivarchka, $37,560; Kyla Kroger, $36,628; Joan Krueger, $16.74, per hour; Samuel Kruse, $41,266; Tony Kuck, $12.97, per hour*; Kim Kueter, $51,581; Tracy Kuhn, $5,031; Kama Kwiecinski, $12.21, per hour; Jody Lambert, $21.88, per hour; Katherine Lane, $46,393; Barb Langner, $16.11, per hour; Michael Langner, $13.92, per hour; Dawn Leenderts, $45,993; Micki Leesch, $12.26, per hour; Noah Leners, $3,012; Matthew Lentz, $13.35, per hour*; Karen Lenz, $13.26, per hour; Chris Limmer, $4,393; Cody Linneweber, $36,932; Melissa Livingston, $46,537; Jeff Lockner, $48,126; Leah Lockner, $41,993; Mandy Lodmel, $41,533; Wanda Logan, $47,245; Nanci Loney, $11.32, per hour; Stacie Long, $12.26, per hour; Laurie Love, $14.96, per hour; Justin Lovrien, $47,373; Kayla Lubbers, $11.60, per hour; Michelle Lubinus, $42,879; Paul Lundberg, $120,248; Juanita Madetzke, $16.79, per hour; Sharon Madsen, $44,454, annual; Lana Main, $42,953; Mary Mallett, $11.30, per hour; Deb Marco, $42.00, per trip; Randy Marso, $84,814; Teresa Martin, $12.53, per hour; Justin Mashlan, $51,130; Nicholas Massmann, $40,449; Chelsea Mattson, $36,628; Amanda Maycroft, $37,560; Constance Mayo, $12.41, per hour; Coty McGuire, $42,106; Linde McKay, $11.32, per hour; Stephanie McKenna, $12.21, per hour; Bob McNamara, $19.75, per hour; Heidi McNamara, $12.36, per hour; Sheri McNamara, $16.74, per hour; Randy Megard, $58,349; Heidi Meier, $38,465; Sonja Merrigan, $39,897; Tyson Metzger, $41,273; Ruth Meyer, $12.33, per hour; Kevin Mickelsen, $12.75, per hour*; Ann Miller, $42.00, per trip; Jesse Miller, $51,884; Lindsey Miller, $37,234; Ardis Moeller, $33,235, annual; Becky Mohr, $58,870; Marlon Mollet, $4,393; Gary Moore, $11.30, per hour; Erik Mork, $42.00, per trip; Mary Mudder, $42,543; Matt Mueller, $46,744; Megan Mueller, $38,936; Cindy Murphy, $13.40, per hour; Christine Murtha, $37,234; Dan Murtha, $37,887; Jocelyn Myers, $57,710; Shelly, Naser, $37,560; Chad Nelson, $45,347; Ginger Nelson, $12.60, per hour; Julie Nelson, $11.82, per hour; Patti Nelson, $45,044; Lynn Nielsen, $42.00, per trip; Amanda Nielson, $12.31, per hour; Susan Nifong, $12.26, per hour; Robin Nipp, $41,573; Amy Nolz, $36,628; Jill Nuebel, $48,227; Tracie Ode, $12.67, per hour; Melissa Olivier, $12.41, per hour; Adam Olson, $13.19, per hour*; Brady Olson, $43,162; Cathy Olson, $17.00, per hour; Sue Olson, $14.95, per hour; Wendy Olson, $12.15, per hour; Erin O'Neill, $42,459; Jenna Oorlog, $38,131; David Osheim, $42.00, per trip; Megan Osheim, $38,131; Tammy Osheim, $50,939; Louisa Otto, $39,144; Derek Outland, $52,378; Victoria Oye, $42.00, per trip; Tanya Palmer, $56,205; David Pappone, $151,020; Cassie Paulsen, $12.26, per hour; Anita Pederson, $12.56, per hour; Jill Pederson, $47,098; Kristal Perrine, $38,936; Anne Peters, $42,912; Jonathan Peters, $40,687; Joan Peterson, $12.56, per hour; Renae Peyton, $33,874, annual; Sherri Pickthorn, $12.72, per hour; Charles Plummer, $58,936; Debra Polzine, $11.98, per hour; Naome Poppe, $41,120; JoAnn Presler, $42,543; Kraig Presler, $54,158; Katie Price, $39,541; Andrea Pudwill, $39,876; Allison Rasmussen, $38,800; Jessie Rasmussen, $41,533; Roxie Rauk, $24.47, per hour; Jami Ray, $47,044; Matthew Reese, $55,011; Gina Reif, $54,288; Karin Reisch, $12.26, per hour; Peggy Reiter, $50,232; Sara Rief, $12.53, per hour; Erin Rieff, $40,151; Molly Ring, $45,515; Michelle Rist, $43,381; Jeremy Risty, $46,281; Patrick Roberts, $42.00, per trip; Cheryl Roos, $59,402; Jolene Roozenboom, $13.41, per hour; Debra Rothenberger, $68,927; Danylle Rozier, $38,936; Elizabeth Rus, $42,024; Julieann Sandine, $39,501; Valerie Sayed, $46,180; Beth Schaffer, $45,435; Gerald Schettler, $21.07, per hour*; Cynthia Schilf, $39,501; Mark Schlekeway, $71,651; Sherri Schlotman, $11.30, per hour; Sonja Schmeling, $11.32, per hour; Jim Schobert, $56,282, annual; Keit, Scholten, $42.00, per trip; Kory Scholten, $44,614; Tara Scholten, $42,912; Heather Schreiber, $13.85, per hour; Sarah Schroeder, $37,234; Macy Schultz, $37,560; Sharon Schwebach, $37,234; Paul Scott, $12.70, per hour; Kris Sellers, $45,230; Gina Sershen, $40,592; Martha Sewell, $39,876; Jacob Shoup, $40,174; Rober, Shuck, $42.00, per trip; Stephanie Sinclair, $48,121; Ann Sittig, $53,477; Melanie Sittig, $50,047; Steve Skalland, $42.00, per trip; Kim Skibsted, $39,144; Nick Skibsted, $73,972; Jennifer Smedsrud, $41,050; Gwenn Smith, $42.00, per trip; Lindsey Smith, $45,749; Stacey Smith, $12.31, per hour; David Sneller, $15.53, per hour*; Tracy South, $41,990; Stephanie Sparks, $40,592; Jayne Specht, $36,628; Barb Sperlich, $12.67, per hour; Jocelyn Sperlich, $12.41, per hour; Wendy Sports, $40,807; Mark Stadem, $61,601; Gene Standish, $42.00, per trip; Alison Statema, $12.31, per hour; Michelle Stemwedel, $48,136; Sara Stone, $47,825; Jennifer Strand, $49,582; Nick Stroh, $43,381; Diane Sturgeon, $43,842; Troy Sturgeon, $58,667; Noel Sunne, $41,471; Deborah Swanson, $61,081; Jennifer Swenson, $13.00, per hour; Caitlyn Swisher, $36,932; Tim Sylliaasen, $52,459; Melissa Symington, $11.32, per hour; Gregg Talcott, $109,187; Colleen Taylor, $11.32, per hour; Mali Teller, $17.13, per hour; Diann Terpstra, $46,035; Patsy Terveer, $16.85, per hour; Jennifer TerWee, $48,843; Lanette Thompson, $13.89, per hour; Tony Thoreson, $57,327, annual; Brad Thorson, $89,869; Mary Thue, $11.30, per hour; Ty Tietjen, $43,571; Jeff Trout, $56,592; Judith Tschetter, $12.58, per hour; Cassie Uithoven, $37,560; Jennifer Van Dyke, $45,631; Tammy VanDeBerg, $12.21, per hour; Teri VanDenTop, $12.53, per hour; Joanne Vanderburg, $42.00, per trip; Lori VanEde, $13.26, per hour; Jeremy VanHeel, $38,936; Lila VanHorn, $41,050; Chelsea VanLeur, $39,501; Rebecca VanRoekel, $40,592; Jerrid VanSloten, $36,628; April Verburg, $37,887; LeeAnn Vermeer, $16.64, per hour; Dian Versteeg, $54,994; Eileen Vielmette, $12.23, per hour; Curt Vlaminck, $59,036, annual; Twyla Voldseth, $42.00, per trip; Darcie Wachter, $42.00, per trip; Gerald Wachter, $42.00, per trip; Brenda Waterbury, $50,469; Bethany Waysman, $44,097; Sara Weber, $41,065; Michael Weeldreyer, $42,916; Taylor Wegner, $12.80, per hour; Sandra Westcott, $47,944; Terri Whipkey, $14.86, per hour; Christopher White, $41,050; Ralynn Whitelock, $13.40, per hour; Jeffrey Wilkes, $12.85, per hour*; Donna Williams, $56,892; Leah Williamson, $37,246; Melinda Winter, $21,571, (.5 FTE); Jody Woehl, $38,571; Kathleen Woodard, $57,710; Angie Wrightsman, $12.41, per hour; Maggie Youngberg, $43,865; Phil Youngdale, $42.00, per trip; Elaine Zell, $44,655; Michael Zerr, $48,255; Mitchell Zerr, $43,052
*Receives additional .50/hour night differential pay
Published once at the total approximate cost of $146.04.
1445634 July 30, 2014
The annual meeting of the Brandon Valley Board of Education, Brandon, SD was held at 6:00 p.m. on the 14th of July, 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, Assistant High School Principal Mark Schlekeway, Middle School Principal Brad Thorson, Assistant Middle Principal Nick Skibsted, Fred Assam Elementary Principal Susan Foster, and Operations Manager Ty Hentschel.
Renee Ullom called the Annual Budget Hearing to order and welcomed everyone to the Annual Budget Hearing that preceded the Board of Education annual meeting at 6:00 p.m., presented by Business Manager Paul Lundberg. No one from the public spoke for or against the proposed budget.
Renee Ullom called the annual meeting to order and opened with the Pledge of Allegiance.
Susan Hegland was sworn in and took the Oath of Office for a 3-year term on the Board of Education for the Brandon Valley School District 49-2.
Superintendent David Pappone presided over the meeting for the election of Board Chairperson.
Motion by Sandy Klatt, seconded by Susan Hegland to nominate Renee Ullom as Chairperson of the Board of Education for the 2014-15 school year. There being no further nominations, Superintendent Pappone ended nominations. Motion carried.
Renee Ullom presided over the meeting as the newly elected chairperson.
Motion by Sandy Klatt, seconded by Gregg Ode to nominate Sue Hegland as Vice Chairperson of the Board of Education for the 2014-15 school year. There being no further nominations, Chairperson Ullom ended nominations. Motion carried.
Motion by Schroeder, seconded by Hegland to approve the agenda as revised. Motion carried.
Motion by Hegland, seconded by Klatt to adopt the following regular procedures for 2014-15 Board of Education meetings:
1. Meeting dates and times: 6:30 p.m. on the second and fourth Monday of each month except July and December where there is one meeting held on the second Monday of the month and Tuesday meetings on October 14, 2014 and May 26, 2015.
2. Meeting place: All meetings to be held at the Brandon Valley High School Community Room.
3. Order of roll call: Motion, second and alternating.
4. Name of Official Newspaper: Brandon Valley Challenger.
5. Name of Official Depositories: First National Bank, Home Federal Bank.
6. Board Committee appointments:
A) Alternative Education: Chairperson - Renee Ullom; Alternate - Sue Hegland
B) Buildings and Grounds: Chairperson - Gregg Ode; Member - Cary Schroeder
C) Child Nutrition and Wellness: Chairperson - Sandy Klatt; Member - Cary Schroeder
D) City Affairs and Legislation: Chairperson - Sandy Klatt; Member - Sue Hegland
E) Personnel Welfare: Chairperson - Sue Hegland; Member - Gregg Ode
F) Student Activities, Curriculum, and Technology: Chairperson - Sue Hegland; Member - Renee Ullom
G) Transportation: Chairperson - Gregg Ode; Member - Renee Ullom
H) Safety: Chairperson - Cary Schroeder; Member - Sandy Klatt
7. Board reimbursement rate for 2014-15 - $60.00/meeting.
8. Authorize the Business Manager to:
• Invest temporary excess funds.
• Make temporary interfund transfers when necessary.
• Make debt service payments as due throughout the year.
9. Approve Business Manager Bond of $300,000.
10. Designate Business Manager as custodian for all accounts and administration of trust and agency accounts.
11. Appointment of federal Programs coordinators as follows: Lyn Heidenson, Special Services Director ~ Coordinator of Title I and Section 504 ~ Coordinator of Homeless Education; Ty Hentschel, Operations Manager ~ Coordinator for ADA Accessibility; David Pappone, Superintendent ~ Coordinator for Title IX, School Lunch Agreement, and all other Federal Programs
12. Acknowledge for the record the following annual notices:
1. General Statement
2. Equal Educational Opportunities
3. Section 504
4. Grievance Procedure for Brandon Valley required by Title IX
b. Notification of Rights under FERPA for Elementary and Secondary Schools
c. Family Educational Rights and Privacy ACT (FERPA) Directory Information
d. Notification of Rights under the Protection of Pupil Rights Amendment (PPRA)
e. Instruction/Programs for Homeless Students
f. Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act
Motion by Ode, seconded by Schroeder to approve the minutes of the regular meetings of June 9, 2014 and June 23, 2014, and Special Meeting of June 9, 2014 as presented. Motion carried.
Motion by Klatt, seconded by Schroeder to approve the bills and claims as submitted (see attached). Motion carried.
The cash report for the month of June, 2014 showed receipts of $2,664,881.09 and disbursements of $2,820,169.04, leaving a balance of $25,624,288.65. The General Fund had receipts of $1,710,731.04, and disbursements of $1,510,752.45, leaving a balance of $6,647,535.75. Capital Outlay Fund had receipts of $363,896.43 and disbursements of $107,307.68, leaving a balance of $3,328,105.15. Special Education Fund had receipts of $359,992.19 and disbursements $468,033.54, leaving a balance of $1,073,062.80. Pension Fund had receipts of $36,159.26 and disbursements of $119,733.00, leaving a balance of $576,190.77. Bond Redemption Fund had receipts of $192,963.15 and disbursements of $456,077.53, leaving a balance of $701,456.75. Enterprise Fund had receipts of $0.00 and disbursements of $4,499.84, leaving a balance of $35,982.76, and Capital Projects Fund has receipts of $1,139.02 and disbursements of $153,765.00, leaving a balance of $13,261,954.67.
The June, 2014 payroll totaled $1,360,774.64, of which $696,398.59 was instructional, $384,677.37 was support services, $29,679.94 was co-curricular, $205,308.60 was Special Education, $42,640.14 was Food Service, and $2,070.00 was Driver's Education.
Motion by Klatt, seconded by Ode to approve the financial reports as presented for the month of June, 2014. Motion carried.
Administrative reports were presented. Superintendent Pappone presented a copy of the SD Policy on Exempt Fundraisers-USDA Regulation Compliance. Regulations state that "food authorities" need to set a policy regarding fundraisers that involve the selling of food during the school day. Our state has decided that each organization can have one 1-day fundraiser selling food in school. There are several exemptions to this rule, such as band frozen food sales, FFA fruit sales, cookie dough sales, etc.; because those are handled outside of the school day and they are not intended for consumption during the school day. Pappone stated that the things it does eliminate, for example, is a student council that might sell candy bars in the morning to students, or sucker sales, etc. This policy is a state policy and we are obligated to follow it. We will continue to learn along the way as we figure out what counts and what is exempt from this rule. It also can affect the concession stand if the stand is open and available to students before a half hour at the end of the school day.
Congratulations to Sandy Klatt, who won the election for the seat on the South Dakota High School Activities Association (SDHSAA). Pappone is confident that Sandy will represent all the schools in South Dakota well.
Pappone attended the City of Brandon's Planning and Zoning meeting last week. This committee also serves as the Board of Adjustment. As BV was getting plans ready for the Intermediate School, it came to our attention that there is a restriction in our zoning district that restricts front yard parking. That is mostly designed for homeowners, however, there is no exception in the zoning ordinance for other uses (i.e., churches, schools). Because of that ordinance, the District had to ask for a variance to allow us to construct the school as designed with parking in the "front yard" of the building. Pappone forwarded a letter designating what areas to consider for a variance showing areas of parking, dropping off and picking up, and drainage considerations that were taken into consideration when designing the parking areas for this school. The Board of Adjustment voted to approve our variance, which Pappone stated is a rare thing. We did have city support for this variance and Pappone thanked Bryan Read and the City of Brandon for accommodating our variance request.
Lastly, Pappone presented an invitation from the First National Bank of Sioux Falls event to the Board of Ed.
High School Principal Gregg Talcott reported that many parents/students have been in touring/registering this summer. Schedules are complete and have become available to all students. Talcott also discussed the Trust and Agency fund as it relates to the High School.
Middle School Principal Brad Thorson reported that new students have been registering every week, with sixth grade being the class to watch. He has discussed the enrollment numbers with his staff and they all know that this will be a challenging size/space year, but knowing that only one year before the Intermediate School will open to relieve this issue is helpful.
Fred Assam Elementary Principal Susan Foster reported on the Trust and Agency fund for her school as well.
The following board policy was discussed:
1. Proposed revisions of Policy IKA - Grading Systems (to change to standards-based reporting for grades K and First)
The following board policies were given a first reading by the Board of Education:
1. Proposed Policy IL - Testing Programs (Replaces current policy IL)
2. Proposed Policy ILB - State Required Assessments (New Policy)
3. Proposed Policy JO - Student Records (Replaces current policy JO)
4. Proposed revision of Policy JO-N - Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA); Notice of Rights - Student Records
5. Proposed revision of Policy (and title) JOA - Student Directory Information (Formerly titled Student Recruitment - Access to Students and Director Information)
6. Proposed Policy JOA-N - Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA); Notice - Student Directory Information (New Policy)
7. Proposed Policy JOB - Student Surveys (New Policy)
8. Proposed Policy JOB-N - Protection of Pupil Rights Amendment (PPRA); Notice of Rights - Student Surveys (New Policy)
Sue Hegland raised questions on the policy rewrite of JOA-Student Directory Information (#5 above). Her questions centered on the need for a student's date of birth and place of birth. She wanted to know if it was our designation or if it was required by the state. Pappone stated that it was our request for that information. It is Hegland's concern that with the amount of identity theft at this time, she wanted to redraft this policy to exclude the birth date and place of birth for our students. After discussion, motion made by Hegland to redraft Policy JOA-Student Directory Information to remove the date and place of birth request. The Motion died for lack of a second.
The following board policies were given a second reading by the Board of Education. Motion by Ode, seconded by Klatt, to approve these policies as presented:
1. Proposed Policy JECB - Open Enrollment Policy (Replaces current policy JECB)
2. Proposed revision of Policy JECB-R - Administrative Regulation, Criteria for Open Enrollment Recommendations
3. Proposed revision of Policy INDA/INDB - Patriotic Exercises/ Flag Displays
4. Proposed Policy BBFA - Board Member Conflict of Interest (Replaces current policy BBFA)
5. Proposed revision of Policy CDB - Wellness Policy (Also EBD, GBBB, JFBB, and KBD)
The 2014-15 district budgets and associated tax requests were presented as follows:
APPROPRIATIONS: General Fund, $20,899,000; Capital Outlay Fund, $4,053,000; Special Education Fund, $4,740,000; Pension Fund, $458,000; Bond Redemption Fund, $2,404,000; Food Service Fund, $2,148,000
REVENUES: General Fund, $20,645,000; Capital Outlay Fund, $4,053,000; Special Education Fund, $4,426,000; Pension Fund, $405,000; Bond Redemption Fund, $2,355,000; Food Service Fund, $2,148,000
TAX LEVY REQUESTS: General Fund, $1.782 per $1,000 of Total Valuation (Maximum), $4.252 per $1,000 of Owner-Occupied Valuation (Maximum), $9.106 per $1,000 of Other Valuation (Maximum); Capital Outlay Fund, $3.00 per $1,000 of Total Valuation (Maximum); Special Education Fund, $1.278 per $1,000 of Total Valuation; Pension Fund, $0.30 per $1,000 of Total Valuation (Maximum); Bond Redemption Fund, $2,100,000
Motion by Schroeder, seconded by Klatt to approve the 2014-15 district budgets (attached) and associated tax requests as presented. Motion carried.
The following 2013-14 budget changes/supplements were presented:
SPECIAL EDUCATION FUND: Out of District Placements-tuition, 22(E)-4900-370, $135,000, (+55,000)
-To account for increased tuition fees
BOND REDEMPTION FUND: Debt Service - Interest, 30(E)-5000-620, $953,000, (+83,000)
-To account for interest expense on Brandon Valley Intermediate School bond issue.
FOOD SERVICE FUND: Donated Food/Commodities, 51(R)-4820, $200,000, (+75,000); Purchased Food/Commodities, 51(E)-2560-461, $200,000, (+75,000)
-To account for increased federal commodity allocations in 2013-14.
Motion by Ode, seconded by Klatt to approve the budget changes/supplements as presented. Motion carried.
Motion by Hegland, seconded by Klatt to approve the following general business items:
1. Child Nutrition Price recommendations for the 2014-15 school year are as follows: K-5 Breakfast ~ $1.60 (+ .10), K-5 Lunch ~ $2.55 (+.10); 6-8 Breakfast ~ $1.75 (+ .10), 6-8 Lunch ~ $2.80 (+ .10); 9-12 Breakfast ~ $1.80 (+ 10), 9-12 Lunch ~ $2.85 (+.10); Adult meal ~ $3.40 (+ .10), and Milk ~ $.45 (+.05).
2. Approve renewal of membership with the Associated School Boards of South Dakota (ASBSD) for the 2014-15 school year in the amount $3,034.41.
3. Approve recommendation to accept low bid for Office supplies from Brown & Saenger ~ $38,484.01.
4. Approve recommendation to accept split bid award for Classroom Furnishings as follows: ATD-American ~ $620.55, Brown & Saenger ~ $10,563.48; and School Specialty ~ 18,028.84; Total Bid = $29,209.87.
5. Approve Consolidated Application (Title IA $292,193 and Title IIA $79,430) for the 2014-15 school year
6. Adopt tuition rate of $4,781 per student for the 2014-15 school year.
7. Approve 2014-15 mileage rate at .05 over state rate: .42¢/mile; and 2014-15 meal reimbursement rates as follows: (in-state) Breakfast - $5, Lunch - $9, Dinner - $12; (out-of state) Breakfast - $8, Lunch - $11, Dinner - $17.
8. Approve 2014-15 listing of District employees' salaries for publication (see attached).
9. Approve open enrollments as follows: #15-77, 15-78, 15-79, 15-80, and 15-81.
10. Approve recommendation for 2014 Summer OT/PT contract for services as follows: OT $1,900 (2014), $2,700 (2015); Total OT = $4,600. PT Services: $2,700 (2014), $3,100 (2015); Total PT = $5,800. Total due on or before July 15, 2014 ~ $10,400.
11. Approve 2014-15 Student Handbook changes as presented.
12. Approve Brandon Valley Intermediate change orders #1, #2, and #3 for a net deduct of ($9,950). Motion carried.
Motion by Klatt, seconded by Schroeder to approve the following personnel items:
1. Approve recommendation to hire Matthew Gappa, BE - 3rd Grade, BA Step 10 ~ #38,264.00, effective with the 2014-15 school year.
2. Approve resignation from Kristi Jaraczeski, BVMS part-time Child Nutrition, effective immediately.
3. Approve eight (8) days of unpaid personal leave from Megan Osheim, FAE - 1st Grade, September 9-18, 2014.
4. Approve recommendation to hire Paul Scott, District Grounds worker, $12.70/hour, effective July 15, 2014.
5. Approve recommendation to hire Mike Zerr, JV Girls Basketball Coach, 10% of BA Step 4 ~ $3,639, effective with the 2014-15 school year.
6. Approve recommendation to hire Trev Fletcher, Assistant Girls Soccer Coach, 8.5% of BA Step Base ~ $2,987, effective with the 2014-15 school year.
7. Approve 2014-15 Classified Personnel Hiring Schedule as presented
8. Approve recommendation to hire Kristi Christensen, part-time BVMS Child Nutrition, 3.75 hours/day, $11.30/hour, effective with the 2014-15 school year.
9. Approve resignation from Mary Mallett, BE part-time Child Nutrition, effective immediately.
10. Approve recommendation to hire Darla Kjelden, part-time BE Child Nutrition, 3.75 hours/day, $11.30/hour, effective with the 2014-15 school year.
Communications received by the Central Office and Board of Education were reviewed. They included the following item:
1. June 2014 Building Permits.
Board reports were presented. Gregg Ode reported that the BV Intermediate School is taking good shape. About 75% of the footings have been dug and about 50% of the footings are poured. A new approach is being constructed on Sioux Boulevard to ease student drop off and pick up.
Renee Ullom reported on Alternative Education. Their annual organizational meeting will be held this month.
Travel reports were reviewed.
Motion by Hegland, seconded by Klatt to adjourn the meeting at 7:27 p.m. Motion carried.
Approved by the Board of Education this 11th day of August, 2014.
BRANDON VALLEY SCHOOL DISTRICT 49-2
INVOICE LISTING -
PAYEE, DESCRIPTION, AMOUNT
DFAS, FOOD PURCHASES, 676.70; LUITJENS, KAY, REFUND, 17.30; SKYWARD, COMPUTER SUPPORT, 5,549.00; 6,243.00
BRANDON VALLEY SCHOOL DISTRICT 49-2
PAYEE, DESCRIPTION, AMOUNT
3D SECURITY INC, DISTRICT-FIRE ALARM INSPECTIONS, 3,819.33; A&B BUSINESS SOLUTIONS INC, COPIER LEASES, 6,459.74, PRINT SHOP SUPPLIES, 154.00; ASSOC CONSULTING ENGINEERING, ENGINEER FEES-HS HVAC UPGRADE, 10,500.00; AC SUPPLY, MS-IND TECH SUPPLIES, 1,206.23; RIDELL/ALL AMERICAN SPORTS, FB EQUIP REPAIRS, 5,091.37, FB SUPPLIES, 2,583.20; ALLIED OIL & SUPPLY, BUS REPAIRS, 312.00, BUS TIRES, 1,134.28; ARCHITECTURE, INC, ARCHITECT FEES-INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL, 7,765.00, ARCHITECT FEES-VSE FIRE ESCAPE, 1,402.50; ARGUS LEADER MEDIA, BUS GARAGE-SUBSCRIPTION, 384.03; ARGUS LEADER MEDIA, LEGALS, 143.48; ASSOCIATED SCHOOL BOARDS OF SD, MEMBERSHIP DUES, 3,034.41; AMG OCCUPATIONAL MEDICINE, BUS DRIVER PHYSICAL, 57.00; BECK, BILL, MILEAGE, 92.82; BECK & HOFER CONSTRUCTION, HS HVAC UPGRADE-PYMT 2, 117,630.70; BERNDT, PAUL, MILEAGE, 194.04; BLAINE'S SERVICE, GROUNDS REPAIRS, 5.00, GROUNDS SUPPLIES, 25.00; BORDER STATES INDUSTRIES, INC, MS-ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES, 153.80; BRAATEN, MARILYN, MILEAGE TO PARENTS, 140.60; CITY OF BRANDON, UTILITIES-WATER/SEWER, 5,799.99; BRANDON DEVELOPMENT FOUNDATION, MEMBERSHIP DUES, 100.00; BUHL'S CLEANERS, BAND UNIFORM CLEANING, 1,516.80; CHILDRENS CARE HOSPITAL/SCHOOL, SPEECH THERAPY, 615.42; CHILDRENS HOME SOCIETY, OT SERVICES, 425.00, TUITION, 1,465.92; CITY GLASS & GLAZING, INC, BE-WINDOW REPLACEMENTS, 42,286.00; CNA SURETY, BUSINESS MGR BOND, 1,050.00; US TOY CO/CONSTRUCTIVE PLAYTHINGS, SPEC ED SUPPLIES, 112.67; CONSTELLATION NEW ENERGY GAS DIV, UTILITIES-GAS, 4,973.41; COUNTY WIDE DIRECTORY LLC, DISTRICT SUPPLIES, 66.00; CPI, REGISTRATION, 150.00; CULLIGAN WATER CONDITIONING, DISTRICT-WATER SYSTEM RENTALS (ANNUAL), 1,116.00; CYNMAR, MS-SCIENCE SUPPLIES, 542.39; DEMCO, MS-SOC STUDIES SUPPLIES, 61.48; DIFFERENT ROADS TO LEARNING, SPEC ED SUPPLIES, 405.25; EARTHBEND LLC, BE-SERVER, 10,945.00, COMPUTER EQUIP, 25,542.05, COMPUTER SUPPLIES, 148.00, NETWORK EQUIP, 2,151.52, NETWORK TECH SUPPORT, 23,510.00; EICHELBERG, KELLY, SPEC ED SUPPLIES, 346.05; ESD CONFERENCE, CONFERENCE DUES, 1,300.00; FEAGIN, T ANDRE, MARCHING BAND FIELD SHOW, 2,200.00; FIRST NATL BANK IN SIOUX FALLS, BOND PYMT-INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL, 444,440.61, PAYING AGENT FEE, 500.00; FLEET PRIDE, BUS REPAIRS-#021, 1,970.69, BUS REPAIRS-#072, 1,157.54, BUS REPAIRS-#972, 432.89; G&K SERVICES, LAUNDRY, 3,369.89; GEOTEK ENGINEERING & TESTING, TESTING FEES-INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL, 2,341.50; GLAM DANCE ACADEMY, DANCE TEAM-CHOREOGRAPHY, 1,166.75; GOEMBEL, CLIFF, MILEAGE, 75.60; GOPHER, BE-PE SUPPLIES, 1,373.00, MS-PE SUPPLIES, 467.53; GUARANTEE ROOFING & SHEET METAL, HS-ROOF REPAIRS, 192.32; MAIL FINANCE, POSTAGE MACHINE LEASE, 717.00; HEARTLAND PAPER CO, DISTRICT-CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES, 15,031.20; HEINEMANN PUBLISHING, MS-LANGUAGE ARTS SUPPLIES, 25.00; HENSON, CHUCK, MILEAGE, 58.80; HOUCHEN BINDERY, LTD, TEXTBOOK REBINDING, 585.75; HUMAN SERVICE AGENCY, REGISTRATION, 20.00; JOHNSON CONTROLS, INC, HS-HVAC REPAIRS, 397.28; JOSTENS, HS-GRADUATION SUPPLIES, 10.34; SUNSHINE FOODS, DISTRICT SUPPLIES, 136.67; JURGENSEN, KATIE, MEALS, 56.00; K&M MUSIC, ELEM-BAND REPAIRS, 326.30, HS-BAND REPAIRS, 680.60, MS-BAND REPARIS, 481.55; KENMARK INC, HS MUSICAL-SCENERY DROPS, 500.00; KEYMAN, JOEL, MILEAGE, 191.52; KEYSTONE AREA EDUCATION AGENCY, REGISTRATION, 99.00; KRIER & BLAIN, INC, FAE-LAWN SPRINKLER TESTING, 84.80, HS-PLUMBING REPAIRS, 1,970.89, RBE-HVAC REPAIRS, 466.50; LINGUI SYSTEMS, INC, SPEC ED SUPPLIES, 283.65; MATHESON TRI-GAS INC, GROUNDS SUPPLIES, 42.15, TRANSPORTATION SUPPLIES, 31.35; MARV'S SANITARY SERVICE, GARBAGE PICKUP, 59.25; MATCO TOOLS, TRANSPORTATION SUPPLIES, 162.54; METRO ATHLETIC CONFERENCE, CONFERENCE DUES, 2,100.00; MIDWEST ALARM COMPANY, DISTRICT-FIRE ALARM MONITOR, 566.28; MIDWEST BUS PARTS, BUS REPAIRS, 906.80; MIDAMERICAN ENERGY, UTILITIES-GAS, 50.06; MONARCH TEACHING TECHNOLOGIES, SPEC ED MATERIALS, 8,690.00; MUSIC IN MOTION, ELEM ORCHESTRA SUPPLIES, 47.65; N2Y INC, SPEC ED SUBSCRIPTION, 149.00; NATIONAL SCHOOL PRODUCTS, MS-LANGUAGE ARTS SUPPLIES, 167.96; NCS PEARSON, HS-NOVANET RENEWAL, 9,584.00; NASSP/NHS, MEMBERSHIP DUES, 85.00; NORBERG PAINTS, DISTRICT-PARKING LOT PAINT, 1,489.74, FAE-PAINT, 105.05, HS-PAINT, 555.20; NORTH CENTRAL TRUCK EQUIP, BUS REPAIRS, 1,105.75; NORTH CENTRAL BUS SALES, 2015 SCHOOL BUS, 102,979.93, 2015 SCHOOL BUS, 90,965.07; OAKRIDGE NURSERY & LANDSCAPING, GROUNDS SUPPLIES, 3,152.50; THE OMNI GROUP, 403(B) REMITTANCE FEES, 102.00; ORIENTAL TRADING CO, INC, MS-SCIENCE SUPPLIES, 35.49; PESKA CONSTRUCTION, INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL-PYMT #2, 412,857.60; PHONAK LLC, AUDITORY EQUIP-SERVICE AGREEMENT, 4,252.50; PLAY & PARK STRUCTURES, RBE-PLAYGROUND RESURFACING, 74,905.00; PLAY WITH A PURPOSE, SPEC ED SUPPLIES, 46.74; US POSTAL SERVICE (HASLER), POSTAGE, 5,000.00; PRO FORM CONSTRUCTION, DISTRICT-CONCRETE REPAIRS, 12,032.00; STURDEVANT'S AUTO PARTS, BUS REPAIRS, 68.62; TIERNEY BROTHERS INC, COMPUTER EQUIP, 8,694.00, DISTRICT SUPPLIES, 967.00, PROJECTORS, 26,352.00; PURDUE UNIVERSITY, HS-BUSINESS ED MATERIALS, 13.85; QUIA SUBSCRIPTIONS DEPT, HS-COMPUTER ED MATERIALS, 49.00; QUILL CORPORATION, SPEC ED SUPPLIES, 139.98; CENTURY LINK, UTILITIES-TELEPHONE, 130.53; RJ RIES/VALLET, HS-MUSICAL COSTUMES, 160.67; ROOF SYSTEMS INC, HS-ROOF REPAIRS, 657.14, MS-ROOF REPAIRS, 422.45, RBE-ROOF REPAIRS, 768.36; SAMUEL FRENCH, HS MUSICAL-RENTAL/ROYALTIES, 400.00; SAMS CLUB, MEMBERSHIP DUES, 90.00; SASD, MEMBERSHIP DUES, 3,407.00; SKYWARD, COMPUTER SUPPORT, 34,868.00; THE SAUSAGE MAKER, INC, HS-VO/AG SUPPLIES, 399.98; SCANTRON CORPORATION, MS-SCANNER SUPPLIES, 1,503.62; SDDC-REDFIELD, TUITION, 156.00; SOUTH DAKOTA STATE TREASURER, SALES TAX/RENTALS, 2,825.16; SDAAE, REGISTRATION/DUES, 487.00; SENECA DATA, COMPUTER EQUIP, 262,242.00; SIOUX FALLS UTILITIES, UTILITIES-WATER/ SEWER, 300.22; SIGLER COMPANY, DISTRICT-FIRE EXTINGUISHER INSPECTIONS, 1,355.00; LIFESCAPE, TUITION, 4,725.00; SHI INTERNATIONAL CORP, SOFTWARE LICENSES, 20,169.20; PRINT MANAGER, COMPUTER SUPPLIES, 521.50; SOUTHPAW ENTERPRISES, SPEC ED ADAPTIVE EQUIP, 624.72, SPEC ED SUPPLIES, 75.63; SPECIALTY INSTALLATION LLC, HS-BACKBOARD REPAIRS, 1,180.00; ALLIANCE COMMUNICATIONS, UTILITIES-TELEPHONE, 7,071.00; STUDENT ASSURANCE SERVICES INC, CATASTROPHIC INSURANCE, 5,320.00; STERLING EXPERIENCE EASIER IT, MS-LANGUAGE ARTS SUPPLIES, 479.92; STONEWARE INC, HS-BUSINESS ED SUPPLIES, 600.00; STOSSEL IN THE CLASSROOM, HS-BUSINESS ED MATERIALS, 21.45; SIOUX VALLEY ENERGY, UTILITIES-ELECTRICITY, 56,286.93; TASC, FLEX SPENDING FEES, 1,435.00; TEACHER DIRECT, BE-CLASSROOM SUPPLIES, 95.76; TEXTOL SYSTEMS INC, SPEC ED SUPPLIES, 225.09; THERADAPT PRODUCTS INC, SPEC ED ADAPTIVE CHAIR, 588.55; THREE RIVERS BENEFIT CORP, HRA ADMIN FEES, 1,538.50; TREND ENTERPRISES INC, SPEC ED SUPPLIES, 40.44; BRANDON ACE HARDWARE, DISTRICT SUPPLIES, 446.34; VALLEY SPRINGS, CITY OF, UTILITIES-WATER/SEWER, 725.00; VERIZON WIRELESS, MOBILE PHONES, 447.82; VLAMINCK, CURT, MILEAGE, 258.30; VOGEL MOTORS AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR, BUS REPAIRS, 300.00; WAGE DEDUCTION ACCT, EARLY RETIREMENT PAYMENT, 325,721.00; WALLDREN, SCOTT, DANCE TEAM-MUSIC, 275.00; WASTE MANAGEMENT/SIOUX FALLS, GARBAGE PICKUP, 1,696.91; YOUTH FRONTIERS INC, HS-STUDENT RETREAT, 750.00; 2,279,031.90
Brandon Valley School District 49-2
Jeanne Anhgelo - Transporation Assistance, 15.00; Patrick Donelan - Driver's Education Instruction, 4,922.00; Dan Eastman - Bus Cleaning, 4,550.00; Eric Fiech - Driver's Education Instruction, 2,725.50; Gerry Karpen - Bus Cleaning, 62.50; Paula Lammert - Driver's Education Instruction, 2691.00; Barb Langner - Unused Vacation Pay, 621.60; Deb Marco - Bus Driving, Transportation Assistance, 573.78; Lynn Nielsen - Bus Driving, 151.50; JoAnn Presler - Theater Usher, 130.00; Brenda Small - Bus Driving, 121.65; Jacque Terveer-Gonseth - Substitute Nurse, 57.50; Dian Versteeg - School Board Meeting Taping, 40.00; Curt Vlaminck - Unused Vacation Pay, 1,115.20; Philip Youngdale - Transportation Assistance, 62.50; TOTAL, $17,839.73
Published once at the total approximate cost of $273.84.
1445633 Jul. 30, 2014
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA)
COUNTY OF MINNEHAHA)
IN CIRCUIT COURT
SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
ERVIN DUWANE DENHERDER,
Notice is given that on July 14th, 2014, MARY ANN GOEMBEL, whose address is PO Box 206, Valley Springs, South Dakota 57068, was appointed as personal representative of the estate of ERVIN DUWANE DENHERDER.
Creditors of decedent must file their claims within four months after the date of the first publication of this notice or their claims may be barred.
Claims may be filed with the personal representative or may be filed with the Clerk, and a copy of the claim mailed to the personal representative.
/s/ Mary Ann Goembel
Mary Ann Goembel
PO Box 206
Valley Springs, SD 57068
Caryl H. Abbott
Attorney for Estate
1401 E. Rushmore - PO Box 650
Brandon, SD 57005-0650
Clerk of Courts
425 N. Dakota Ave.
Sioux Falls, SD 57104
1445271 Jul. 23, 30 & Aug. 6, 2014