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56 Mortgage Foreclosures Dec 27 and Jan 3 L21069182 NOTICE OF REAL ESTATE SALE STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA, COUNTY OF BUTTE, IN CIRCUIT COURT FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Civil No. 09CIV17-000037 WELLS FARGO BANK, N.A., Plaintiff, vs. Rosendo Ace Saiz; Black Hills Federal Credit Union; Any Person in Possession; Defendants. Judgment in the amount of $89,587.95 having been entered in favor of plaintiff and against defendants, which Judgment was filed with the Clerk of Courts of Butte County, South Dakota, on October 27, 2017, for the foreclosure of a real estate mortgage, Notice is hereby given pursuant to said Judgment that the real property described in the Mortgage dated April 4, 2012, which Rosendo Ace Saiz, Mortgagors, executed and delivered to Wells Fargo Bank, NA, Mortgagee: Lots 4 F of Rosales Addition a portion of Lot 4 in the NW1/4SW1/4 of Section 2, Township 8 North, Range 2 East of The Black Hills Meridian, City of Belle Fourche, Butte County, South Dakota, as shown by the Plat recorded as Plat Book 13 on page 95 Also includes the following mobile home: VIN # or Serial #: MY1133206ABV Make and Model: 2011 Friendship Tradition and recorded in the office of the Register of Deeds of Butte County, South Dakota, on April 4, 2012 as Book 426, Page 779-793 as Document No. 2012-762, in order to realize the amount of $89,890.00 as of April 4, 2012 plus interest accruing thereafter on said amount at the rate of 3.87500% per year , together with the costs and expenses of sale, will be sold subject to redemption as provided by law as one parcel of land at public auction, subject to the lien for unpaid real estate taxes and assessments of Butte County, South Dakota, and easements and restrictions of record, to the highest bidder for cash under the direction of the Sheriff of Butte County, South Dakota, at the front door of the Butte County Courthouse, in Belle Fourche, South Dakota, on January 16, 2018 at 10:00 AM (MT). If the sale is set aside for any reason, the Purchaser at the sale shall be entitled only to a return of the deposit paid. The Purchaser shall have no further recourse against the Mortgagor, the Mortgagee or the Mortgagee’s attorney. Dated November 20, 2017 Sheriff of Butte County South Dakota MACKOFF KELLOGG LAW FIRM By: David C. Piper, Attorney ID#4128 38 Second Avenue East Dickinson, ND 58601 (701) 227-1841 Attorneys for Plaintiff (Published two times at the total approximate cost of $126.81) Jan 3 and 10 L21069823 NOTICE OF REAL ESTATE SALE STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA, COUNTY OF PENNINGTON, IN CIRCUIT COURT SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Civil No. 51CIV17-000273 WELLS FARGO BANK, N.A., Plaintiff, vs. Jennifer J Wingler; Michael J Wingler; Any person in possession; Creekside Estates Homeowners Association; Defendants. Judgment in the amount of $216,365.55 having been entered in favor of plaintiff and against defendants, which Judgment was filed with the Clerk of Courts of Pennington County, South Dakota, on September 19, 2017, for the foreclosure of a real estate mortgage, Notice is hereby given pursuant to said Judgment that the real property described in the Mortgage dated May 23, 2012, which Jennifer J Wingler and Michael J Wingler, Mortgagors, executed and delivered to Wells Fargo Bank, NA, Mortgagee: Lot 11 in Block 5 of Creekside Estates Subdivision, City of Box Elder, Pennington County, South Dakota, as shown on the plat filed in Plat Book 35, Page 66 and recorded in the office of the Register of Deeds of Pennington County, South Dakota, on May 30, 2012 as Document No. A201208211, in order to realize the amount of $227,472.00 as of May 23, 2012 plus interest accruing thereafter on said amount at the rate of 3.75000% per year, together with the costs and expenses of sale, will be sold subject to redemption as provided by law as one parcel of land at public auction, subject to the lien for unpaid real estate taxes and assessments of Pennington County, South Dakota, and easements and restrictions of record, to the highest bidder for cash under the direction of the Sheriff of Pennington County, South Dakota, at the front door of the Pennington County Courthouse, in Rapid City, South Dakota, on January 17, 2018 at 10:00 AM (MT). If the sale is set aside for any reason, the Purchaser at the sale shall be entitled only to a return of the deposit paid. The Purchaser shall have no further recourse against the Mortgagor, the Mortgagee or the Mortgagee’s attorney. Dated November 20, 2017 Sheriff of Pennington County, South Dakota MACKOFF KELLOGG LAW FIRM By: David C. Piper, Attorney ID#4128 38 Second Avenue East Dickinson, ND 58601 (701) 227-1841 Attorneys for Plaintiff (Published two times at the total approximate cost of $117.67) 60 Life Estates Jan 3, 10 and 17 L21070545 AMENDED NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND NOTICE OF INFORMAL APPOINTMENT OF PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA, COUNTY OF MEADE SS. IN CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 46PRO17- 000064 ESTATE OF DELORIS A. FRANK, Deceased. Notice is given that on the 28th day of November, 2017, LaDora Wiltgen, whose address is 101 Anaconda Loop, Clovis NM 88101, was appointed as Personal Representative of the Estate of Deloris A. Frank. 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. Dated this 27th day of December, 2017. /s/ LaDora Wiltgen 101 Anaconda Loop Clovis, NM 88101 (575) 749-1318 Marli A. Schippers Nooney & Solay, LLP 326 Founders Park Drive 60 Life Estates P.O. Box 8030 Rapid City, SD 57709-8030 (605) 721-5846 (Published three times at an approximate cost of $99.38). Dec 27, Jan 3 and 10 L21069844 NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND NOTICE OF INFORMAL PROBATE AND APPOINTMENT OF CO-PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA IN CIRCUIT COURT SS. COUNTY OF PENNINGTON, SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 51PRO17-000213 Notice is given that on December 20, 2017, the undersigned, whose address is set forth below, was appointed as Personal Representative of the estate of Brent A. Moline, deceased. Creditors of the 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 Pennington County Clerk of Courts, P.O. Box 230, Rapid City, South Dakota 57709, with a copy of the claim mailed to the Personal Representative. DATED: December 21, 2017. /s/ Anita L. Moline Anita L. Moline 3520 Red Rock Canyon Road Rapid City SD 57702 Telephone: (605) 343-4453 Curtis S. Jensen DeMersseman Jensen Tellinghuisen & Huffman, LLP Attorneys for the Personal Representative 516 5th Street, PO Box 1820 Rapid City, SD 57709-1820 (605) 342-2814 (Published three times for the total approximate cost of $106.24) Dec 27, Jan 3, 10 L21070042 NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND NOTICE OF INFORMAL PROBATE AND APPOINTMENT OF PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA, COUNTY OF PENNINGTON, SS. IN CIRCUIT COURT, SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 51PRO17000214 In the Matter of the Estate of LINDA LEA BONER, Deceased. Notice is given that on December 20, 2017, Brian Boner, whose address is c/o Erika S. Olson, 909 St. Joseph Street, Suite 800, Rapid City, SD 57701-3301, was appointed as Personal Representative of the estate of Linda Lea Boner. Creditors of Decedent must file their claims within four (4) 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. Dated this 21st day of December, 2017. LYNN, JACKSON, SHULTZ & LEBRUN, P.C. By: /s/ Erika S. Olson Attorneys for Personal Representative 909 St. Joseph Street, Suite 800 Rapid City, SD 57701-3301 605-342-2592 eolson@lynnjackson.com Ranae Truman P.O. Box 230 Rapid City, SD 57709 605-394-2575 (Published three times at the total approximate cost of $107.52) 61 Jan 3 Minutes L21070225 PENNINGTON COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS December 19, 2017 The Pennington County Board of Commissioners met at 9:00 a.m. on Tuesday, December 19, 2017, in the Commission Chambers in the County Administration Building, Rapid City, South Dakota. Chair Deb Hadcock called the meeting to order with the following Commissioners present: Ron Buskerud, Mark DiSanto, George Ferebee and Lloyd LaCroix. REVIEW AND APPROVE AGENDA MOVED by DiSanto and seconded by LaCroix to approve the agenda as presented. Vote: Unanimous. CONSENT ITEMS MOVED by LaCroix and seconded DiSanto to approve the Consent Agenda as presented with the removal of Items 5 & 9 for separate consideration. Vote: Unanimous. 5. Removed for Separate Consideration. 6. Approve the SD Game, Fish, & Parks Services Contract / Agreement - Whitetail Loop Road and 236th St. (New Town Dam Road) Snow Removal. 7. Recognize and thank the volunteers for the month of November 2017. 8. Acknowledge a change in vendor as previously approved to Liberty Dodge for the Sheriff’s Office Vehicle Purchase. 9. Removed for Separate Consideration. Removed for Separate Consideration 5. Approve the minutes from the regular meeting - December 5, 2017: MOVED by LaCroix and seconded by DiSanto to correct the minutes from the December 5, 2017 meeting, showing the vote as: The motion carried 3-2 with DiSanto and Ferebee voting no. Vote: Unanimous. 9. Approve an expanded motion to continue to operate the Wall Satellite Office location in 2018 contingent upon the completion of a satisfactory correction plan to address the ADA compliance issues: MOVED by DiSanto and seconded by Buskerud to approve to continue to operate the Wall Satellite Office location in 2018 contingent upon the completion of a satisfactory correction plan to address the ADA compliance issues. Vote: The motion carried 4-1 with LaCroix voting no. End of Consent Agenda LIEN RELEASE REQUEST MW: MOVED by LaCroix and seconded by Hadcock to approve the lien release for MW (Name withheld per SDCL 28-13-42) in the amount of $1,327.05. Substitute motion: MOVED by Buskerud and seconded by DiSanto to have the lien returned from Credit Collections but not release the lien for MW (Name withheld per SDCL 28-13-42). Vote: The motion carried 4-1 with LaCroix voting no. SECURITY CONCERNS FOR THE COUNTY ADMINISTRATION BUILDING: MOVED by LaCroix and seconded by Hadcock to move $72,869 be supplemented out of over collected revenues into 2018 budget. LaCroix later withdrew his motion. MOVED by LaCroix and seconded by Buskerud to reinstate security at the County Administration Building. Vote: Unanimous. REQUEST FOR INFORMATION ON THE PROPOSED TRANSFORMATION CENTER: No action taken on this item. ITEMS FROM AUDITOR A. ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE LICENSE RENEWAL RIMROCK EVENT CENTER: 61 Minutes MOVED by Buskerud and seconded by DiSanto to approve the following alcoholic beverage license renewal application. Vote: Unanimous. Business Name, Owner Name Liquor Retail On Sale With Sunday Sales Rimrock Event Center, Saint Patrick LLC ITEMS FROM EQUALIZATION A. ABATEMENT APPLICATION RHONDA HANSEN: MOVED by Buskerud and seconded by DiSanto to approve the 2016 abatement application for Tax ID 8008670, $114.98. Vote: Unanimous. ITEMS FROM EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT A. BLACK HILLS STREAM FLOW GAUGES LOCATED NEAR DEERFIELD LAKE AND PACTOLA RESERVOIR: MOVED by Buskerud and seconded by DiSanto to continue this item until the January 2, 2018 commission meeting. Vote: Unanimous. ITEMS FROM HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT B. AUTHORIZATION TO PURCHASE 2006 CHEVROLET COLORADO: MOVED by DiSanto and seconded by LaCroix to authorize the Highway Department to purchase the 2006 Chevrolet Colorado from SD Federal Surplus Property for $9,500. Vote: The motion carried 4-1 with Ferebee voting no. C. BRADSKY ROAD SECOND ACCESS COST ESTIMATE: MOVED by DiSanto and seconded by Buskerud to continue this item until the January 2, 2018 Commission meeting. Vote: Unanimous. MOVED by LaCroix and seconded by Buskerud to take a five minute recess. Vote: Unanimous. The Board reconvened at 11:18 a.m. ITEMS FROM PLANNING & ZONING BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT MOVED by DiSanto and seconded by LaCroix to convene as the Board of Adjustment. Vote: Unanimous with Ferebee absent. Ferebee joined the meeting at 11:19 a.m. A. RECONSIDERATION OF VARIANCE / VA 17-04: Black Hills Raptor Center; Davis Engineering Agent. To reduce the minimum required lot size from 40 acres to 5.06 acres in a General Agriculture District in accordance with Sections 205 and 509 of the Pennington County Zoning Ordinance. Beginning at the Northeast corner of the NW1/4 of the SE1/4 of Section 35, T1N, R9E, BHM which is a 5/8 rebar with cap marked LS 2652 which is the point of beginning; Thence Due South 520.00 feet to a 5/8 rebar with cap marked “LS-3095” which is the True Point of Beginning: Thence, S 89? 59’ 22”W a distance of 350.00’ feet to a rebar cap marked LS 3095; Thence, S 00? 00’ 00”W a distance of 545.92 feet to a rebar and cap marked LS 3095; Thence, S 64? 25’ 09”E a distance of 388.04 feet to a rebar cap marked LS 3095; Thence, N 00? 00’ 00” E a distance of 713.54 feet to a rebar cap marked LS 3095 which is the True Point of Beginning, containing 5.06 Acres “more or less” and all located in NW1/4 of the SE1/4 of Section 35, T1N, R9E, BHM, Pennington County, South Dakota MOVED by Buskerud and seconded by LaCroix to rescind the previous motion for Variance / 17-04 from the March 21, 2017 Commission meeting. Vote: 3-2 with Ferebee and DiSanto voting no. MOVED by Buskerud and seconded by LaCroix to continue this item until the January 2, 2018 Commission meeting. Vote: Unanimous. B. VARIANCE / VA 17-18: Paul and Rebecca Freidel. To reduce the minimum required side yard setback from 25 feet to 0 feet on the south property line in order to bring the existing single-family residence with deck into compliance in a Low Density Residential District in accordance with Sections 207 and 509 of the Pennington County Zoning Ordinance. Lot 6, Cedar Gulch Subdivision, Section 4, T1S, R9E, BHM, Pennington County, South Dakota. MOVED by Buskerud and seconded by DiSanto to continue Variance / VA 17-18 to the January 16, 2018, Board of Commissioners meeting, in order to allow the applicant time to vacate the existing easement. Vote: Unanimous. MOVED by Buskerud and seconded by DiSanto to adjourn as the Board of Adjustment and reconvene as the Board of Commissioners. Vote: Unanimous. PLANNING & ZONING CONSENT AGENDA The following item(s) have been placed on the Consent Agenda for action to be taken on all items by a single Vote of the Board of Commissioners. Any item may be removed from the Consent Agenda for separate action. MOVED by LaCroix and seconded by Buskerud to approve the Planning and Zoning consent agenda. Vote: Unanimous. C. MINOR PLAT / PL 17-45 AND SUBDIVISION REGULATIONS VARIANCE / SV 17-15: Josh and Lindsay Richardson. To reconfigure lot lines to create Tract 52 Revised and Tract 53 Revised of Spring Creek Acres Subdivision and to waive platting requirements in accordance with Sections 400.3 and 700.1 of the Pennington County Subdivision Regulations. EXISTING LEGAL: That Part of Tract 53 in Section 3; That Part of Tract 52 in Section 3; That Part of Tract 52 in Section 10; and That Part of Tract 53 in Section 10, all located in Spring Creek Acres Subdivision, Sections 3 and 10, T2S, R8E, BHM, Pennington County, South Dakota. PROPOSED LEGAL Tract 52 Revised and Tract 53 Revised of Spring Creek Acres Subdivision, Sections 3 and 10, T2S, R8E, BHM, Pennington County, South Dakota. Approve of Subdivision Regulations Variance / SV 17-15 to waive submittal of percolation tests and soil profile hole information for proposed Tract 52 Revised and proposed Tract 53 Revised; and approval of Minor Plat / PL 17-45 with the following six (6) conditions: 1. That prior to filing the Plat with the Register of Deeds, the applicant submits percolation tests and soil profile information for proposed Tract 52 Revised and proposed Tract 53 Revised to be reviewed and approved by the County Environmental Planner, or an approved Subdivision Regulations Variance be obtained waiving this requirement; 2. That upon filing the Plat with the Register of Deeds, the plat meets all the requirements of Section 400.3 of the Pennington County Subdivision Regulations, or an approved Subdivision Regulations Variance be obtained waiving any of these requirements that are not met; 3. That the Certifications on the plat be in accordance with Section 400.3.1.n of the Pennington County Subdivision Regulations; 4. That the applicant ensures that all natural drainage ways are maintained and are not blocked; 5. That following platting of the proposed lots, any on-site wastewater treatment system(s) be subject to the requirements of Section 204-J of the Pennington County Zoning Ordinance, including the requirement to obtain an Operating Permit; and, 6. That the applicant signs the Statement of Understanding within ten (10) business days of approval of Minor Plat / PL 17-45 and Subdivision Regulations Variance / SV 17-15, which is available at the Planning Office. End of Consent Agenda Removed for Separate Consideration PLANNING & ZONING REGULAR AGENDA D. FIRST READING AND PUBLIC HEARING OF MAJOR PLANNED UNIT DEVELOP- 61 Minutes MENT AMENDMENT / PU 17-09: Big Horn Canyon Ministries, Inc. / Perry Lewis. To amend the existing Planned Unit Development to change the use of the subject property to allow a church/place of worship in accordance with Section 213 of the Pennington County Zoning Ordinance. Lot 6 of Tract A, Knights Acres Subdivision, Section 14, T1N, R8E, BHM, Pennington County, South Dakota. MOVED by DiSanto and seconded by LaCroix to approve Major Planned Unit Development Amendment / PU 17-09 with the following twenty-two (22) conditions. Vote: Unanimous. 1. That the purpose of this Planned Unit Development be, as requested by the applicant, to allow traditional Christian meetings and events, such as weddings funerals, conferences, youth and children’s activities, seminars, Bible teaching and discipleship; 2. That the pond may be used for activities such as kayaking, swimming, skating, fishing, and ice fishing by occupants of the property and their guests; 3. That the pond be lined with a geomembrane/bentonite composite liner and be walled or fenced to prevent uncontrolled access, in accordance with Section 307-F of the Pennington County Zoning Ordinance; 4. That a minimum of 200 parking spaces be provided on the property; 5. That the parking areas be maintained in a dust free manner; 6. That the internal driveway be a minimum of 24-feet-wide gravel driving surface, maintained in a dust free manner; 7. That recreational fields/sites for volleyball, soccer, softball, basketball, football, and picnics for fellowship and community outreach be allowed on the property; 8. That the setbacks from property lines be the same as required in a Limited Agriculture District; 9. That a Building Permit be obtained for any structure exceeding 144 square feet or permanently anchored to the ground, which includes the necessary site plans to be reviewed and approved by the Planning Director; 10. That the Planning Director may allow additional development or construction, which is consistent with the existing development on this property. Significant changes in the use or impacts on adjacent land, uses as determined by the Planning Director, shall require an amendment to this Planned Unit Development; 11. That the applicant ensure the residential character of the property is maintained; 12. That all music being provided for outdoor activities be shut down by 10:00 p.m. and quiet hours be observed from 10:00 p.m. to 7:00 a.m.; 13. That a portable fire extinguisher with a minimum 2 A-BC rating shall be placed on each floor level and shall be inspected and tagged annually; 14. That all primary exits that lead to the exterior of the structure shall be unlocked, free from obstruction and clearly marked; 15. That the applicant ensures that all natural drainage ways must be maintained and are not blocked; 16. That any land disturbance which equals or exceeds 10,000 square feet and is not associated with an approved Building Permit, will require a Construction Permit; 17. That the physical address for both existing residences and any future addresses that are assigned, be posted in accordance with Pennington County Ordinance #20; 18. That tents be erected only when needed and not on a permanent basis and temporary Building Permits be obtained when necessary; 19. That all exterior lighting be directed away from neighboring property owners, which does not result in excessive glare upon surrounding property; 20. That prior to the placement of any on-premise sign, the applicant must obtain a Sign Permit; 21. That the applicant signs the Statement of Understanding within ten (10) business days of approval of Planned Unit Development / PU 17-09, which is available at the Planning Office; and, 22. That the Planned Unit Development be reviewed in one (1) year, on a complaint basis, or as deemed necessary by the Pennington County Planning Commission or Board of Commissioners to verify that all Conditions of Approval are being met. E. PRELIMINARY PLAT / PL 17-44 AND SUBDIVISION REGULATIONS VARIANCE / SV 17-14: Laredo Holdings, LLC; Ryan Kaski. To reconfigure lot lines to create Lots 9A, 9B, 12A, 12B, 13A, 13B, 16R Common, 17A, 17B, 18A, and 18B, Block 6, Sunset Ranch and to waive platting requirements in accordance with Sections 400.2 and 700.1 of the Pennington County Subdivision Regulations. EXISTING LEGAL: Lots 9, 12, 13, 17, 18, Block 6, Sunset Ranch, Section 33, T2N, R10E, BHM, Pennington County, South Dakota. PROPOSED LEGAL: Lots 9A, 9B, 12A, 12B, 13A, 13B, 16R Common, 17A, 17B, 18A, and 18B, Block 6, Sunset Ranch, Section 33, T2N, R10E, BHM, Pennington County, South Dakota. MOVED by LaCroix and seconded by Hadcock to approve of Subdivision Regulations Variance / SV 17-14 to waive the submittal of percolation tests and soil profile information for proposed lots 9A, 9B, 12A, 12B, 13A, 13B, 16R Common, 17A, 17B, 18A, and 18B, of Block 6 of Sunset Ranch. Vote: Unanimous. MOVED by LaCroix and seconded by Buskerud to approve of Preliminary Plat / PL 17-44 with the following eighteen (18) conditions. Vote: Unanimous. 1. For residential structures larger than 3,600 square feet, that prior to a Building Permit, a Residential Sprinkler System design and Fire Mitigation Plan need to be submitted for review by the Planning Director and the County Fire Administrator or jurisdictional entity. The system may need approval after installation by a qualified professional; 2. That Fire Sprinkler Systems Suppression Systems be installed in all new residential structures larger than 3,600 square feet; 3. That prior to the submittal of a Final Plat, the current landowner provide any new landowner with a copy of the approved Fire Mitigation Plan for Sunset Ranch; 4. That prior to submittal of a Final Plat, the applicant make corrections and additions to the Plat, per comments received by the Register of Deeds, Department of Equalization, Addressing Coordinator, and 9-1-1 Emergency Services; 5. That at the time of Final Plat submittal, the newly dedicated public right-of-way be named and noted on the Plat; 6. That at the time of Final Plat submittal, eight (8) foot minor drainage and utility easements continue to be dedicated on the interior sides of all lot lines, or an approved Subdivision Regulations Variance be obtained waiving this requirement; 7. That at the time of Final Plat submittal, the applicant submits percolation tests and soil profile information for all the proposed lots to be reviewed and approved by the County Environmental Planner, or an approved Subdivision Regulations Variance be obtained waiving this requirement; 8. That at the time of Final Plat submittal, the plat meets all the requirements of Section 400.3 of the Pennington County Subdivision Regulations, or an approved Subdivision Regulations Variance be 61 Minutes obtained waiving any of these requirements that are not met; 9. That the Certifications on the plat be in accordance with Section 400.3.1.n of the Pennington County Subdivision Regulations; 10. That at the time of Final Plat submittal, the plat continues to meet all necessary requirements of Section 500 of the Pennington County Subdivision Regulations, or an approved Subdivision Regulations Variance(s) be obtained waiving any of these requirements; 11. That addresses be properly posted on any future residence(s) constructed on the proposed lots and that the addresses are posted, in accordance with Pennington County’s Ordinance #20; 12. That the applicant ensures that all natural drainage ways are maintained and are not blocked and that all necessary drainage ways continue to be properly noted on plats; 13. That an approved Floodplain Development Permit be obtained prior to any work within the Special Flood Hazard Area of Sunset Ranch; 14. That following platting of the proposed lots, any on-site wastewater treatment system(s) be subject to the requirements of Section 204-J of the Pennington County Zoning Ordinance, including the requirement to obtain an Operating Permit; 15. That prior to Final Plat submittal, the following note continue to be on the plat: All persons applying for a Pennington County Building Permit will need to provide an engineered septic system plan to be reviewed and approved by the Pennington County Environmental Planner. A reserve drainfield area will be shown when a Building Permit is applied for on any of the lots; 16. That prior to the submittal of a Final Plat for proposed Lots 13A, 13B, and 17A, per Title 44, CFR (Code of Federal Regulations), Chapter I, Subchapter B, Part 60, Subpart A, Section 60, the Base Flood Elevation (BFE) be determined and submitted to the Planning Director. Additionally, the creation of proposed Common Area Lot 16R may not require a determined BFE, at this time, as it appears the Special Flood Hazard Area is contained entirely within the proposed Common Area. 17. That the applicant signs the Statement of Understanding (SOU) within ten (10) business days of Board of Commissioner approval of Preliminary Plat / PL 17-44 and Subdivision Regulations Variance / SV 17-14. The SOU is available at the Planning Office; and, 18. That approval of this Preliminary Plat does not constitute approval of any further applications to be submitted for the above-described property. F. REQUEST TO WAIVE PENALTY FEES: Paul and Rebecca Freidel. MOVED by LaCroix and seconded by DiSanto to refund $800 in penalty fees for Paul and Rebecca Freidel. Vote: Unanimous. G. DISCUSSION OF FLOODPLAIN - 12350 W. HIGHWAY 44: David Allard No action was taken on this item. ITEMS FROM CHAIR / COMMISSION MEMBERS COMMITTEE REPORTS APPROVAL OF VOUCHERS MOVED by LaCroix and seconded by Buskerud to approve the vouchers entered below for expenditures for insurance, professional services, publications, rentals, supplies, repairs, maintenance, travel, conference fees, utilities, furniture and equipment totaling 3,430,114.48. Vote: The motion carried 3-2 with DiSanto and Ferebee voting no. 3D Specialties Inc, 8,373.00; A & B Business Inc, 2,701.84; A & B Welding Supply Co, 671.28; A & I Distributors, 242.28; A To Z Shredding, 514.73; Acornvac Inc, 975.00; Active Data Systems Inc, 850.00; Adams-ISC LLC, 1,795.96; Adani Systems Inc, 163,400.00; Ainsworth Benning Construction Inc, 204,032.19; Alano Society, 200.00; Alcohol Monitoring Systems Inc, 335.20; Alecia Fortune, 300.00; Alecia Fuller, 176.40; Alexis Nowotny, 21.00; Allen Reuer, 2,400.00; Americinn Motel, 1,230.00; Angela M Colbath Atty PC, 6,282.10; Apco International Inc, 34.50; Architectural Specialties LLC, 902.36; Armstrong Extinguishers, 3,236.00; Ashlee Cook, 255.44; At&T Mobility, 380.46; Audra Hill Consulting Inc, 15,375.96; Avenet LLC, 50.00; Avera Medical Group Radiology Sioux Falls, 216.39; B&B Auto Salvage Inc, 210.00; Badlands Automotive, 1,370.96; Baker Timber Products, 104.00; Bangs Mccullen Butler Foye & Simmons LLP, 907.80; Barnier Law Office PC, 2,320.50; Barry Tice, 349.00; Bauerkemper’s Inc, 2,412.91; Bc Kuhn LLC, 500.00; Betsey Harris, 4,661.91; BH Chemical Company Inc, 2,592.37; BH Energy, 18,780.39; BH Energy, 52,628.90; BH Obstetrics And Gynocology LLP, 408.42; BH Orthopedic & Spine Center PC, 1,131.15; BH Powersports, 6,495.00; BH Property Management LLC, 890.00; BH Regional Surgery Anesthesia, 137.60; BH Services Inc, 389.81; BH Surgical Hospital LLC, 328.39; BH Tent And Awning, 48.00; BH Truck & Trailer Inc, 647.76; BH Urgent Care LLC, 440.00; BH Wilbert Vault, 400.00; BH Window Cleaning Inc, 5,110.00; Bierschbach Equipment And Supply Co Inc, 79.80; Big D Oil Co, 23.34; Big Tex Trailer World Inc, 5,318.75; Birch Communications Inc, 67.30; Black Creek Integrated Systems Corp, 105,000.00; Bob Barker Company Inc, 1,383.78; BPro Inc, 42,625.00; Brenda Wood, 32.00; Brevik Law Office PLLC, 192.82; Brian Barber, 71.40; Bridgette R Banks, 453.15; Brittany L Twigg, 162.50; Brosz Engineering Inc, 3,750.00; Budget Inn, 240.00; Butler Machinery Company, 3,898.94; Carol Butzman Consulting Services LLC, 75.00; Cash-Wa Distributing, 1,248.52; Catherine E Mattson-Casteel, 1,579.71; Cathleen Climis, 75.00; Cat’s Cleaning, 40.00; CBM Food Service, 106,934.57; CDW Government Inc, 170,321.54; Cedar Shore Resort, 459.75; Central States Fair Inc, 12,987.90; Certified Laboratories, 289.87; Chad M Maxon, 37.50; Champion Water Systems, 97.50; Charm-Tex Inc, 95.42; Chemsearch, 375.00; Chris Supply Co Inc, 1,918.93; Cindy Stolte Brown, 420.00; City Of Chamberlain, 1,200.00; City Of Rapid City, 30,332.48; City Of Rapid City -Water, 255.41; City Of Rapid City -Water, 1,098.47; Clark Printing, 296.61; Climate Control Systems And Service LLC, 6,123.15; Clinical Laboratory Of The Black Hills, 1,978.00; Community Health Center Of The Black Hills Inc, 107.00; Connections Inc EAP, 1,082.88; Cooks Correctional, 35.97; Copy Country, 87.50; Coremr LC, 981.00; Cornerstone Apartments, 900.00; Correct RX Pharmacy Services Inc, 16,438.64; Corrections Products Company, 150.00; Countryside Property Management LLC, 500.00; Craig Pfeifle, 121.00; Creative Culture Insignia LLC, 365.00; Crescent Electric Supply, 411.48; Crisis Prevention Institute Inc, 799.00; Crum Electric Supply, 267.03; Custer Co Auditor’s Office, 512.45; Custer Gas, 70.47; Cynthia M Weichmann, 1,308.70; D&F Transmissions, 400.00; Dak Generator Services Inc, 228.33; Dakota Battery & Electric, 228.43; Dakota Plains Legal Services Inc, 19,791.63; Dakota Radiology Pet/CT & MRI, 466.97; Dakota Sealants Inc, 600.00; Dale’s Tire & Retreading Inc, 8,474.44; Dancing Raccoon LLC, 250.00; Danko Emergency Equipment Co, 161.71; Darcy Lockwood, 90.00; Dave Eccleston, 241.16; Deanna K Clayborne, 499.50; Deanna Nolan, 32.00; Debra I Mcgaugh, 100.00; 61 Minutes Delta Dental Of South Dakota, 32,762.96; Demersseman Jensen Tellinghuisen & Huffman LLP, 3,113.00; Dennie Mann, 37.80; Dennis Supply - RC, 135.64; Denver Terrace Apartments, 431.00; De’s Oil Inc, 1,356.33; Diamond Vogel Paint Center, 358.89; Diann Asher, 493.75; Dillon Law Office, 1,654.40; Ditch Witch Of South Dakota Inc, 138.91; Door Security Products Inc, 401.13; Dyna-Kleen Service Inc, 1,750.00; Eagle Ridge Apartments I, 800.00; Eagle Ridge Apartments LI, 1,000.00; Eddie’s Truck Sales Inc, 461.30; Edwin Schulz, 239.96; Elizabeth Regalado, 176.20; Eprovider Solutions, 205.40; Erik Bringswhite, 87.00; Estes Park Apartments, 844.00; Evergreen Office Products, 1,846.74; Excel Truck & Trailer, 148.81; Excelsior Companies LLC, 292.37; Executive Mgmt Fin Office, 108.00; Exhaust Pros, 250.00; Farmer Brothers Coffee, 85.16; Fastenal Company, 145.45; Federal Express, 170.15; Fennell Design Inc, 2,886.00; First Interstate Bank, 29.88; First Interstate Bank, 3,252.06; First Interstate Bank, 1,163.60; First Interstate Bank, 770.97; First Interstate Bank, 166.38; First Interstate Bank, 6,055.74; First Interstate Bank, 65.05; First Interstate Bank, 760.31; First Interstate Bank, 54.55; First Interstate Bank, 1,130.72; First Interstate Bank, 3,420.68; First Interstate Bank, 440.00; First Interstate Bank, 564.80; First Interstate Bank, 697.13; Flooring America, 11,863.57; FMG Inc, 5,228.90; Foothills East Apartments, 108.00; Forensic ITC Services, 2,577.19; Fremont Apartments LLC, 2,075.00; Fremont Industries Inc, 3,505.07; Fresh Start Carpet Care, 5,074.46; Frontier Auto Glass LLC, 836.51; G & H Distributing - RC, 1,007.72; Gabbert Properties LLC, 300.00; Gail Schmidt, 800.00; Galls LLC, 5,298.23; Garrett J Horn, 210.80; Geiger Architecture, 7,501.25; George R Cameron, 1,164.40; George Rankin, 240.00; Gfoa, 640.00; Global Tel’link, 2.71; Godfrey Brake Service And Supply Inc, 1,104.45; Golden West Companies, 1,394.21; Golden West Technologies, 265.02; Granite Buick GMC Inc, 242.13; Great Western Tire Inc, 4,856.20; Green Heat LLC, 240.00; Grey & Eisenbraun Law Prof LLC, 15,556.46; Grimm’s Pump Service Inc, 8,116.98; Gumbo Drive LLC, 310.00; Halvorson Oil Inc, 50.00; Hampton Inn, 333.00; Harveys Lock Shop, 478.03; Heartland Paper Company, 8,860.95; Heather M LaCroix, 371.42; Heavy Constructors Inc, 53,329.84; Hebron Brick Supply Co, 237.50; Henry Schein Inc, 292.96; Highmark Inc, 323.40; Hill City Hardware Inc, 10.99; Hill City Prevailer, 907.56; Hills Materials Company, 7,682.00; Hillyard/Sioux Falls, 1,149.68; Holloway Vision Care LLC, 70.00; Honeywell Inc, 189.47; Horwath Laundry Equipment, 2,259.09; Humane Society Of The Black Hills, 4,166.67; Iaed, 150.00; Indoff Inc, 1,355.32; Industrial Organizational Solutions Inc, 150.00; Informer Systems LLC, 6,091.20; Integrity International Investigations & Training, 721.16; Interprecorps, 90.00; Interstate All Battery Center, 135.65; Interstate Powersystems, 308.99; Intoximeters Inc, 418.25; Ione Wolf, 640.00; Iret Properties - A North Dakota LP, 600.00; J Scull Construction, 318,865.07; Jacqueline K Perli Reporting Inc, 1,071.50; James D Leach Attorney At Law, 665.78; James Dietz, 100.00; James Magnuson, 100.00; Jantech LLC, 510.00; Jason Enders, 25.20; Jay’s Welding Inc, 25.00; JB Holdings LLC, 340.00; Jd’s Equipment Service LLC, 663.40; Jean Carlson, 40.80; Jean M Cline, 2,645.55; Jeff Rohrich, 600.00; Jefferson Lines, 104.50; Jeffries Law Office PC, 627.64; Jenner Equipment Co, 66,947.83; Jeremiah J Davis, 1,306.60; Jeromey Smith, 221.21; Jerri Harn, 49.56; Jessie Drury, 75.00; Jim Bohn, 31.50; JJ’s Engraving & Sales, 81.00; Joan Lindstrom, 100.00; Jody H Speck, 1,410.00; Joe Guttierez, 426.00; John Knodell, 390.00; Johns & Kosel Attorneys At Law A Prof LLC, 3,582.85; Johnson Eiesland Law Office PC, 8,846.35; Johnson Machine Inc, 2,742.51; Johnstone Supply, 35.76; Joshua Lavene, 48.00; Julie A Pearson, 1,813.17; Jv Bailey Company Inc, 297.00; Kadoka Oil LLC, 6,676.46; Karina Recuay, 22.10; Karl Jegeris, 159.00; Karl’s Appliance, 399.99; Karrie Miller, 91.00; Kayla L Maruska, 783.70; KCH Law, 193.45; KD Contractors Inc, 29,989.27; Keith Knudson, 20.00; Kelly Smith, 415.99; Kevin A Climis, 75.00; Kevin E Kirschenmann, 1,225.00; Kieffer Family Dental PC, 2,553.00; Kieffer Sanitation/A Waste Management Co, 2,787.40; Kieffer Sanitation/A Waste Management Co, 162.95; Kimball Midwest, 1,227.16; Kimberly K Johnson, 76.00; Kirk Funeral Home, 5,730.00; K-Mart, 12.74; Knecht Home Center Inc, 1,125.69; Knollwood Townhouse Properties, 1,602.00; Koletzky Law Office Prof LLC, 243.00; Konica Minolta Premier Finance, 156.19; Laboratory Corporation Of America Holdings, 113.00; Lacrosse Estates, 365.00; Lakota Community Homes Inc, 340.00; Lands’ End Business Outfitters, 2,343.95; Language Line Services, 72.17; Laubach Law Office Prof LLC, 5,029.00; Law Office Of Kyle Krause Prof LLC, 112.80; Lawrence D Beezley, 430.00; Lazy U Motel Inc, 190.00; Lester-Robbins Construction Inc, 6,648.62; Lewis & Clark Behavioral Health Services, 800.00; Liberty Chrysler Center, 81.59; Liewer Enterprises Inc, 215.00; Lighting Maintenance Co, 312.03; Lincoln County Auditor, 588.23; Linda J Nohr, 1,260.00; Lisa Schafer, 2,030.00; Liz Hassett, 77.00; Lowe’s, 302.29; Lucille M Lewno, 1,185.26; Luther P Yellow Robe, 9,727.50; Lutheran Social Service, 94,966.53; Lynn Jackson Schultz & Lebrun PC, 4,241.75; Macnally Law Offices Prof LLP, 4,099.00; Manlove Psychiatric Group, 21,885.77; Marcia Whiting, 2,227.80; Marco Inc, 625.04; Marco Inc, 4,759.00; Marco Technologies LLC, 4,006.22; Mark A Biggs, 1,000.00; Mark Katterhagen, 105.00; Marshall Lea Enterprises LLC, 350.00; Marvin R Ekeren, 15.00; Marx Apartments12-84, 300.00; Mary Rae Seifert, 895.00; Matheson Tri-Gas Inc, 54.40; Matrix Design Group Inc, 23,717.00; Matt Thompson, 116.00; Matthew Laidlaw, 176.40; Matthew Olson, 18.48; Matthew T Stephens, 12,375.00; Mcgas Propane LLC, 1,107.77; Mcleod’s Printing Inc, 741.12; Mcpherson Propane, 25.00; Meadowood Lanes, 651.86; Medical Waste Transport Inc, 338.77; Medical Waste Transport Inc, 488.97; Medline Industries Inc, 1,544.48; Meetingone, 131.72; Melissa J Rupert, 3,120.75; Menards, 787.41; Mg Oil Company, 21,196.16; Michael Powell, 170.00; Midcontinent Communications, 901.73; Midcontinent Communications, 3,754.86; Midwest Marketing LLC, 1,000.00; Montana Dakota Utilities, 3,846.51; Moore Medical Corp, 907.20; Morse Watchmans Inc, 174.00; Motel Rapid, 190.00; Mt Rushmore Telephone Co, 105.39; Murphy Law Office PC, 240.00; Nami Sioux Falls, 360.00; Native Sun News, 60.00; Nebraska Salt & Grain Co, 21,711.65; Nelson Law, 940.00; Nena, 675.00; Neptune Melted LLC, 166.00; Neuropsychological Associates PC, 3,921.20; Neuropsychology Associates PA, 1,750.00; Neve’s Uniforms Inc, 1,453.73; Newman Signs Inc, 21,912.82; Nichole Dubbs, 116.00; Nicolas Quettier, 324.00; North Central Supply Inc, 80.00; Northern Lights Apartments, 340.00; Northern Truck Equipment, 953.50; Northwest Pipe Fitting Inc, 1,812.45; Nwe Management, 300.00; Office Depot, 91.64; Officemax Incorporated, 39.29; Olson Towing, 315.00; Osheim & Schmidt Funeral Home, 1,910.00;

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