UNOFFICIAL MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE COMMON COUNCIL
Oath of Office: Harley Lux, Burghal AdministratorFinance Administrator administered the Mayor’s Oath of Office to Cindy Donnell.
Mayor Cindy Donnell administered the Council’s Oath of Office to Georgia Holmes, DeAnn McComb, Carolann Schwarzenbach and Carl Atchley.
A approved affair of the Common Board of the Burghal of Hot Springs, South Dakota, was convened on July 7, 2014 at the hour of 7:08 p.m. at the Mueller Center with Mayor Cindy Donnell presiding.
Members Present: Mayor Cindy Donnell, Carl Atchley, Georgia Holmes, DeAnn McComb, Craig Romey, Carolann Schwarzenbach, Timothy Tescher and Dwight Wynia
Members Absent: Wes Grimes
Staff Present: Administrator Finance Administrator Harley Lux and Assistant Finance Administrator Debbie Romey.
ALL ACTIONS RECORDED IN THESE MINUTES WERE BY UNANIMOUS VOTE UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED.
Election of Officers: Councilman Atchley was adopted President and Councilwoman Holmes was adopted Vice President.
Agenda: Mayor Donnell requested to aish the bids for the baptize ample station. Confused by Holmes, seconded by Atchley to acquire the adapted agenda.
Minutes: Confused by Romey, seconded by Tescher to acquire the account of the approved affair captivated on June 16th.
Moved by Atchley, seconded by Holmes to acquire the account of the appropriate affair July 2nd.
Claims: Confused by Atchley, seconded by Romey to acquire the bills in amid accretion $177,939.23.
BILLS IN BETWEEN: July 7, 2014: Burghal of Hot Springs, 21,566.43, General Payroll; Burghal of Hot Springs, 9,036.05, Baptize Payroll; Burghal of Hot Springs, 5,630.59, Avenue Payroll; Burghal of Hot Springs, 18,162.74, Evans Plunge Payroll; Burghal of Hot Springs, 11,153.09, Golf Course Payroll; Burghal of Hot Springs, 19,739.49, Amount Deductions; S. D. Municipal League, 150.00, Adopted admiral registration; Burghal of Hot Springs, 2,455.47, General Payroll; Burghal of Hot Springs, 1,096.98, Amount Deductions; Clayton Frye, 4,000.00, Change adjustment on gazebo; Badger Daylighting Corp, 750.00, Refund hydrant deposit; Beverly Hall, 6.19, Credit antithesis on baptize acct.; Blue Cross, 18,427.29, July premium; Delta Dental, 1,331.00, July premium; Dearborn National Life, 95.70, July premium; AFLAC, 772.43, June Premium; Avesis, 87.68, July premium; Chamber of Commerce, 2,084.50, Sales tax 522-531; Chamber of Commerce, 4,425.70, Sales tax 61-618; Nebraska Adolescent Support, 355.41, June amount deductions adolescent support; Office of Adolescent Support Enf., 200.00, June amount deductions adolescent support; H. S. Fire Dept., 7,111.25, June allotment; United Way of the B. H., 77.00, Agent contributions for 2nd QTR; Credit Collections Bureau, 87.50, Agent garnishment for June; B. H. Power, 21,052.54, Utilities; SDRS, 14,543.58, May reporting; SDSR, 70.00, Jason Happe addition for June; Harland Bank Of The West, 48.18, Deposit blooper order; Dept. of Revenue, 8,118.42, Sales tax advertisement for May; Rural Development, 1,456.00, June accommodation pymt. #34; Heartland Pymt Systems, 84.68, May CC fees (Water); Heartland Pymt Systems, 566.40, May CC fees (Evans Plunge); Heartland Pymt Systems, 631.94, May CC fees (Pro Shop); WF CardNetwork Solutions, 37.99, Renewal for Evans Plunge Website; WF CardUSPS, 6.37, Postage (General Govt); WF CardEbay Paypal, 635.05, Lights for waterfalls (BID); WF CardWW Grainger, 300.84, Drinking bubbler (Golf Course); WF CardCoffee Cup, 35.01, Gas to go to Rapid Burghal (Plunge); WF Card Specialty Basin Products, 200.85, Outdoor basin affliction (Plunge); WF CardFamily Dollar, 28.62, First aid supplies(Plunge); WF Card Lifeguard Paint, 515.61, Outdoor acrylic (Plunge); WF CardCoffee Cup, 40.00, Gas to go to Rapid Burghal (Plunge); WF CardOffice Depot, 506.08, Phones (phones); WF Card Menards, 258.58, Phone, floats, activity jackets, duster (Plunge);
Moved by Romey, seconded by Tescher to acquire accustomed claims accretion $284,640.14.
CURRENT CLAIMS: July 7, 2014: ACCOUTER RENTAL &, $61.70, FASTNERS; ACE HARDWARE, $2,552.72, GARDEN SPADE; ALSCO, $88.10, TOWELS, MOPS, RAGS; B. H. ELECTRIC COOP, $86.00, WATER HEATER ELEMENTS; B. H. TECHNOLOGIES, LLC, $6,232.00, MONTHLY LABOR RATE; BIOVERSE INC, $128.84, AQUASPHERE FOR ALGAE; BLACK HILLS CHEMICAL, $260.73, JANITORIAL SUPPLIES; BLACK HILLS COM, $400.00, RENEWAL OF; BLACK HILLS SPECIAL, $600.00, CLEANING; BORDER STATES, $805.44, FUSE UNITS FOR HB PUMP; BRYAN’S CRANE, $765.00, CRANE SERVICE; CAROLE BOOS ATTY, $2,095.00, JUNE LEGAL SERVICES; CARROT-TOP, $286.14, SD & US FLAGS; CATHERINE HAVEMAN, $2,000.00, 2012 AUDIT; CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, $8,500.00, ADVERTSING; TRUGREEN, $350.00, WEED CONTROL; CHEYENNE SANITATION, $59.00, GARBAGE SERVICE; COLD FRONT, $339.24, CONCESSION FOODS; CREDIT COLLECTIONS, $87.50, ACCT. #2066553; CUSTOM, $25,000.05, 3-CONCRETE & STONE COLUMNS; CWD, $1,380.43, CIGARETTES; DAKOTA BUSINESS, $880.26, INK CARTRIDGES & TONER; DAKOTA SUPPLY GROUP, $100.37, POWER BARS FOR HB PUMP; DAKOTAS BEST, $99.45, LOTIONS; DALE’S TIRE, $475.04, TIRES FOR PICKUP; EAGLE SALES, $1,229.05, BEER FOR CONCESSION; FALL RIVER AUTO, $469.33, 6 CYL. RESTORER; F. R. COUNTY AUDITOR, $2,057.49, gas 61-630; FALL RIVER HEALTH, $1,079.00, DEDUCTIBLE FOR CHRIS KATTKE; FEDEX, $11.47, SHPG FEE; FISHER BEVERAGE, $718.10, CONCESSION BEER; FLINT ELECTRIC, $2,604.47, INSTALL NEW CAT AND LIGHT; FOLLETT SOFTWARE, $1,678.00, TESTING SOFTWARE 1 YEAR; G & R CONTROLS, $299.24, A/C REPAIRS; GODFREY BRAKE, $537.62, AXEL; GUNDERSON,PALMER,N, $3,187.50, BOULDER FALLS PROPERTY; HAUFF MID-AMERICA, $46.75, 1- DZ BASEBALLS; HAWKINS, INC, $169.61, CHLORINATOR PARTS; HIGH PLAINS GRAPHICS, $63.00, LAMINATING; HILLS MATERIALS, $2,317.06, MANHOLE RISERS; HILLYARD/SIOUX FALLS, $995.68, CLEAING SUPPLIES; INGRAM LIBRARY, $807.28, BOOKS; JOHNSON BROS., $88.50, WINE FOR RESALE; KIEFFER SANITATION, $11,325.29, PYMTS COLLECTED; KIMBALL-MIDWEST, $376.59, WATER MAIN SUPPLIES; KRAMER ASSOC., INC., $1,200.00, AIRPORT MASTER PLAN; LAWRENCE & SCHILLER, $15,950.37, PROFESSIONAL FEES; LYNN’S DAKOTA MART, $235.49, CLEANING SUPPLIES; H.S. RESTORATION CO., $7,710.00, WORK ON ROOF TO PREVENT; MENARDS, $1,491.63, MATERIALS FOR GAZEBO; MICROMARKETING LLC, $94.99, AUDIO BOOKS & DVDS; MIDWEST TURF &, $210.89, TIRE; MOTION INDUSTRIES, $106.48, SEAL KIT FOR PUMPS; MOYLE PETROLEUM CO, $11,991.99, USED 424-623; MUDD, $220.00, RV DUMP STATION; NATIVE SUN NEWS, $960.00, ADVERTISING; NELSONS OIL & GAS, $1,195.00, PROPANE; NORTHERN PLAINS LLC, $138,579.66, WATER MAIN REPLACEMENT; NORTHWEST PIPE, $2,551.80, JOINT REDUCER & TAPPING; NORTON’S, $19.50, STEEL FOR WATERFALL LIGHTS; PEPSI, $1,196.15, BEVERAGES; PHEASANTLAND, $323.71, SIGNS FOR RV DUMP STATION; PHILLIPS66-CONOCO-76, $2.24, BALANCE DUE ON ACCT; POWER HOUSE, $542.20, REPAIR PARTS; PROBUILD, $1,225.91, FLUSH OAK 1-3/8″; QUALIFIED PRESORT, $527.95, MONTHLY UTILITY BILLS; RADIO SHACK, $75.96, INK CARTRIDGES; RAPID CITY JOURNAL, $321.70, PUBLISH MINUTES; RAPID DELIVERY, $27.60, DELIVERY CHARGE; RIVER RUN GREENHOUSE, $34.00, PLANTS & MATERIALS; S. D. DEPT OF, $222.87, BRIDGE INSPECTIONS; SOUTH DAKOTA GOLF, $690.00, HANDICAP CARDS; S. D. HOTEL & LODGING, $835.00, ADVERTISING; SAMS CLUB, $363.00, TRASH BAGS; SERVALL, $103.24, MATS; SHELL, $110.07, GAS FOR TRAINING TRAVEL; SHOPKO, $214.46, SHOW CURTAINS & RINGS; SIMON CONTRACTORS, $6,657.53, RETAINAGE; SOLAR SOUND CORP., $374.64, MONTHLY MAINT AGREEMENT; SONNYS, $264.83, DISPOSABLE PIZZA PANS; SOUTHERN HILLS, $243.75, FINANCE CHARGES; SPECIALTY CIGARS, $201.32, RESALE CIGARS; STURDEVANTS AUTO, $325.34, REPAIR PARTS; SUMMIT SIGNS &, $1,045.00, SIGNS; THE ANTIGUA GROUP, $562.32, RESALE CLOTHING; THE LIFEGUARD STORE, $357.90, RESALE CLOTHING; THERESA MAAS, $240.00, JUNE OFFICE CLEANING; TWILIGHT FIRST AID &, $94.45, FIRST AID SUPPLIES; USA BLUEBOOK, $1,036.37, HYDRANT HOSE ASSY; WALMART, $208.79, THERMOMETER, PRUNER, STEAM;
Communications from the Public: Mike Close- HS Bills Youth Football & Cheerleading requested banking advice from the Burghal to acquirement jerseys andor equipment. The board will altercate it and it will be on the aing agenda.
Mary Goulet declared there are aliment problems at the Evans Plunge and the burghal needs to acquire a aback aliment employee. Mayor Donnell said they plan to move advanced on those aliment problems.
Chris Pannill said there should be cops administering cartage at the parades. There were cartage ascendancy problems. Mike Close said he led the array and a additional administrator covered calls, they were told the administration will not be accomplishing array control. Councilman Atchley said the Legion Riders were out accomplishing cartage control.
Emily Campbell, Evans Plunge, said she is resigning and gave the keys and cards to Mayor Donnell.
James Nekuda said for years he has talked to the Burghal about the arising problems on Hickory and Walnut Avenues. Councilman Wynia said they are accepting Public Works EngineerUtility Director adapt a storm avenue arising plan for aing year. Mayor Donnell said she would like to put calm a board and get aback to him in 2 weeks.
Jerri Baker said they should attending into the arising problems on Main Street also.
Ordinances: Confused by Atchley, seconded by Wynia to agenda the additional account of Ordinance 1144, Amending Chapter 27-A, Front & Rear Set Backs.
Personnel: Golf: Randall Meyer $8.00 June 9th. Pro Shop: Rita Lund accommodated June 18th
Library: Edith Hooper resigns on August 7th
Recreation: Jerred Tarrell Instructor $9.15 June 9th
Evans Plunge: Tylynn Shook Gift Shop $8.00 June 18th, Ty Wynia Lifeguard $8.50 June 18th, Vincent Bochmann Lifeguard $8.50 June 23rd, Allen C. Chesson Front Desk $8.00 June 21st, Margaret Charbonneau accommodated June 30th.
Streets: Matthew Hughes 9 year constancy allowance access $15.15 to $15.23 July 11th.
Finance: Debbie Romey 35 year constancy allowance access $21.93 to $22.04 July 16th.
Old Business: Councilman Romey and Burris met with Benny Hatch and Linda Varvel about their appeal to leave the barn on the acreage at 1014 Fresno if they put a new roof on and acrylic the building. The architecture is in acceptable action and no acumen to breach it down. Councilman Wynia said he looked at it and the architecture is in acceptable appearance and agrees it should be accustomed to stay. Councilman Atchley said it would be activity adjoin the cloister order. Councilman Romey said the cloister adjustment says the board can decide.
Moved by Romey, seconded by Wynia to acquiesce the barn to abide on the acreage at 1014 Fresno Avenue, Atchley voted no; motion passed.
Moved by Atchely, seconded by Holmes to accord Benny Hatch and Linda Varvel until the end of July to complete the roof and painting, Romey, Wynia and Schwarzenbach voted no; motion passed.
New Business: Confused by Atchley, seconded by Romey to table the bids for the Mueller Center calefaction pump.
Moved by Romey, seconded by Holmes to acquire the low bid from Nelson’s Oil & Gas for $5,190.00 for the Airport Heating-A/C, with calefaction pump.
Moved by Romey, seconded by Atchley to acquire the Airport Master Plan and accredit the Mayor to assurance it.
Moved by Atchley, seconded by Holmes to acquire the change adjustment (decrease) for Hills abstracts for the Almond Street Project.
Moved by Tescher, seconded by Romey to table the bids for Asphalt Reclamation Apparatus until afterwards the audience from DMI on July 10th.
Moved by Wynia, seconded by Romey to acquire the low bid from HD Waterworks Supply for $38,172.00 for the valve appliance machine.
F. R. County accustomed the low bid from Nelson’s Oil & Gas for 8,000 gallons fo #2 Red Dyed Diesel at $3.39 per gallon.
Moved by Atchley, seconded by Romey to acquire Theodore Schmidt for the position of Evans Plunge Facility Director.
Committee Reports: Public Works-Councilman Wynia said they discussed Asphalt Reclamation Machine, arising problems, clean-up anniversary had 15 endless with 4 ancillary dump endless to Edgemont.
Public Safety-Councilman Romey said they went over 2 ordinances.
AdministratorFinance Administrator Report: Review of proposed Ordinance Chapter 18-A Grass & Weeds.
The State awarded Community Mosquito Ascendancy Grants to Edgemont and Fall River/Custer County.
Councilwoman Schwarzenbach requested 2013 Annual Reports from AdministratorFinance Administrator Lux.
Councilwoman Holmes said the Personnel Handbook needs to be reviewed.
Adjournment: Being no added business to appear afore the Council, confused by Atchley, seconded by Romey to curb at 8:45 p.m.
Published already at the absolute almost amount of $127.92.
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