Butte County Post Public Notices 03/02/11

March 2, 2011
2011-03-02T00:00:00Z 2011-03-16T07:49:34Z Butte County Post Public Notices 03/02/11 Rapid City Journal
March 02, 2011 12:00 am

NOTICE OF AUDIT OF THE FISCAL AFFAIRS OF BELLE FOURCHE SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 9-1

Notice is hereby given that the records and books of account of Belle Fourche School District No. 9-1 of Butte County, South Dakota, have been audited by DeSmet and Biggs, LLP, Certified Public Accountants, for the fiscal year ended June 30, 2010, and that a detailed report thereon is filed with the governing board, the Business Manager, and the Department of Legislative Audit, 427 South Chapelle, Pierre, South Dakota, for public inspection.

This notice is published in compliance with the provisions of SDCL 4-11-12

Published twice at the total approximate cost of $12.18.

Published Wed., March 2 and Wed., March 9, 2011

Butte County Post

LAND LEASE AUCTION

Please take notice and be advised that the Butte County Commission has determined to lease Butte County – owned property described as Section 8, Township 8N, Range 4E, N1/2 SW1/4, Butte County, South Dakota pursuant to SDCL Ch 7-30. Such real property will be leased at auction to the highest bidder to take place on Monday, the 14th day of March 2011, at 10:00 a.m. at the Butte County Courthouse in the Auditor’s Office upon terms and conditions set forth in the Lease Agreement on file at the Butte County Auditor’s Office.

Respectfully submitted:

Butte County Auditor

Elaine Jensen

February 25, 2011

Published twice at the total approximate cost of $12.69.

Published Wed., March 2 and Wed., March 9, 2011

Butte County Post

LAND LEASE AUCTION

Please take notice and be advised that the Butte County Commission has determined to lease Butte County-owned property described as Section 2, Township 8, Range 4, S½ SW ¼ PT pursuant to SDCL Ch 7-30. Such real property will be leased at auction to the highest bidder to take place on Monday, the 14th day of March, 2011, at 10:30 a.m. at the Butte County Courthouse in the Auditor’s Office upon terms and conditions set forth in the Lease Agreement which is on file at the Butte County Auditor’s Office.

Respectfully submitted:

Butte County Auditor

Elaine Jensen

February 25, 2011

Published twice at the total approximate cost of $12.18.

Published Wed., March 2 and Wed., March 9, 2011

Butte County Post

SCHOOL LAND LEASE AUCTION

A school land lease auction will be held at the Butte County Courthouse in Belle Fourche, SD on March 23, 2011 at 10:00 a.m. (MT).

A list of tracts available for lease can be obtained at the Butte County Auditor’s Office. For more information contact Mike Cornelison, Office of School & Public Lands, 500 E Capitol Avenue, Pierre, SD 57501-5070 or phone (605)773-4172. Disabled individuals needing assistance should contact the Office of School and Public Lands at least 48 hours in advance of the auction to make any necessary arrangements.

Published four times at the total approximate cost of $21.08.

Published Wed., March 2, Wed., March 9, Wed., March 16 and Wed., March 23, 2011

Butte County Post

CALL FOR BIDS

BUTTE COUNTY GRAVEL SPECIFICATIONS AND TERMS

The Board of Butte County Commissioners, Belle Fourche, South Dakota, will receive sealed BIDS until 10:00 A.M., MST, on Thursday, March 3, 2011, at the Office of the Butte County Auditor at 839 5th Avenue, Belle Fourche, South Dakota for stockpiled ¾” gravel. Gravel is to conform to South Dakota State Specifications.

Bids will be opened at 1:30 P.M. MST on Thursday, March 3, 2011 in the Commissioners’ Room which is located in the Butte County Courthouse at 839 5th Avenue Belle Fourche, SD.

1. Contractor is to furnish, crush, and stockpile gravel as follows:

Within a six (6) mile radius of Nisland, South Dakota.

Bidder is to state exact location of crushing and stockpiling.

2. Royalty and pit restoration is to be included in the above BID.

3. Completion date is as follows: 2,500 Cubic Yards crushed by June 3, 2011 and the remaining balance by June 30, 2011.

4. Contractor will be paid as follows:

Upon completion of gravel crushing and by cross section figures completed by a private engineering firm. Contractor is to absorb the cost of same.

5. Amount of gravel to be crushed is 20,000 Cubic Yards more or less.

For more information, contact the Butte County Highway Department at 830 6th Avenue, Belle Fourche, SD 57717 or by calling 605-892-4414.

By Virtue of Statutory Authority, Preferences will be given to Materials, Products, Supplies and Services found or produced within the State of South Dakota.

The Board of Butte County Commissioners reserves the right to accept or reject any or all BIDS: To waive any informalities in the BID received and to accept the BID that is to the advantage of, and in the best interest of Butte County.

Each BID must be accompanied by a Certified Check, Cashier’s Check, or a Draft of 5% of the amount of the BID, payable to Butte County.

In lieu, thereof, a Bid Bond of 10% of the amount of the BID, issued by a Surety Company, authorized to do business in the State of South Dakota, as a guaranty that such Bidder will enter into Contract in accordance with the terms of the BID, and successful Bidder shall be requested to furnish a Performance Bond, of one hundred percent (100%) of the amount Bid.

By Order of the Butte County Commissioners.

Dated this 15th day of February 2011.

Please write “GRAVEL BID” on the envelope.

LIQUIDATED DAMAGES WILL BE ASSESSED AT $500.00 PER DAY IF NOT DONE BY THE COMPLETION DATE.

FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT HIGHWAY SUPERINTENDENT DON ADAMS - BUTTE COUNTY HIGHWAY DEPT., 830 6TH AVE., BELLE FOURCHE, SD 57717 (605) 892-4414

Published twice at the total approximate cost of $54.31.

Published Wed., Feb. 23 and Wed., March 2, 2011

Butte County Post

NOTICE OF MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE SALE

STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA

COUNTY OF BUTTE

IN CIRCUIT COURT

FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

CIV. NO. 10-345

SOUTH DAKOTA HOUSING DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY, Plaintiff, vs. Jamie L. Tracy, Robin M. Tracy, Neighborhood Lending Services, LLC, Express Collections, Inc., Credit Collections Bureau, and Butte County, South Dakota, Defendants.

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN in accordance with South Dakota Codified Laws 21-49-25, and pursuant to a Judgment dated the 26th day of January, 2011, that a sale of certain mortgaged premises described as follows:

Lot 37 in Block 4 of Valpre Addition to the City of Belle Fourche, Butte County, South Dakota,

shall be made by public sale to the highest bidder on the 9th day of March, 2011, at 10:30 a.m., at the front door of the Butte County Courthouse, Belle Fourche, South Dakota.

The names of the mortgagors are Jamie L. Tracy and Robin M. Tracy and the mortgage was given to First Western Bank Sturgis and assigned to the South Dakota Housing Development Authority of Pierre, South Dakota.  The amount due, pursuant to the Judgment, is $134,363.01.  The date of the mortgage is 13th day of November, 2006, and the mortgage was recorded in the Office of the Butte County Register of Deeds on the 13th day of November, 2006, at 4:10 p.m., as Document No. 2006-2757 in Book 370, page 472-486.  The sale is subject to the 2009 real property taxes due and payable in 2010, and any special assessments due and owing.

Dated at Belle Fourche, South Dakota, this 22nd day of February, 2011.

Fred Lamphere, SHERIFF OF Butte COUNTY

Robert E. Hayes

Attorney for Plaintiff

Davenport, Evans, Hurwitz & Smith. L.L.P.

c/o South Dakota Housing Development Authority

3060 E. Elizabeth Street, P. O. Box 1237, Pierre, South Dakota 57501-1237

Published twice at the total approximate cost of $37.06.

Published Wed., Feb. 23 and Wed., March 2, 2011

Butte County Post

NOTICE OF REAL ESTATE SALE

STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA

COUNTY OF BUTTE

IN CIRCUIT COURT

FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

Civil No. 09-315

U.S. Bank National Association as Trustee for RASC 2006KS2, Plaintiff, vs, Robert L Gerlach I; Holly Sue Gerlach; Roundup Building Center; and any person in possession, Defendants.

Judgment in the amount of $70,043.88 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 April 22, 2010, 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 December 16, 2005, which Robert L Gerlach I and Holly Sue Gerlach, mortgagors, executed and delivered to GMAC Mortgage Corporation DBA Ditech.com, Mortgagee:

LOT 1, LOCATED IN THE N1/2NE1/4SE1/4 OF SECTION 27, TOWNSHIP 9 NORTH, RANGE 5 EAST OF THE BLACK HILLS MERIDIAN, BUTTE COUNTY, SOUTH DAKOTA, AS SHOWN BY THE PLAT RECORDED AS DOCUMENT #2001-2358.

and recorded in the office of the Register of Deeds of Butte County, South Dakota, on the 12th Day of January, 2006, in Book 357, Page 492 as Document #2006-86; Said mortgage was assigned to Homecomings Financial Network, Inc., recorded September 13, 2006, in Book 364, Page 373, as Document # 2006-2195; Said mortgage further assigned to Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc. September 13, 2006, in Book 364, Page 376 as Document # 2006-2196; said mortgage further assigned to US Bank National Association as Trustee for RASC 2006KS2, recorded February 3, 2010, in Book 403, Pages 447, 448, Doc# 2010-204, in order to realize the amount of $67,500.00, as of December 16, 2005, plus interest accruing thereafter on said amount at the rate of 7.875% per year  as the starting rate of an adjustable rate note, 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 March 9, 2011, at 10:00 A.M. (MT).

Dated January 20, 2011.

Sheriff of Butte County, South Dakota

MACKOFF KELLOGG LAW FIRM

By: Glen R. Bruhschwein, Attorney #03080

38 Second Avenue East

Dickinson, ND 58601

(701) 227-1841

Attorneys for Plaintiff

Published twice at the total approximate cost of $51.77.

Published Wed., Feb. 23 and Wed., March 2, 2011

Butte County Post

NOTICE OF MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE SALE

STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA

COUNTY OF BUTTE

IN CIRCUIT COURT

FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

CIV. #10- 319

PIONEER BANK & TRUST, a South Dakota banking corporation, Plaintiff, vs. BICKLE RANCH CO., a Montana Corporation, JOHN BICKLE, as an Individual, and BUTTE COUNTY, a political subdivision of the State of South Dakota, Defendants.

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN in accordance with SDCL 21-49-25 and pursuant to a Judgment of Foreclosure and Sale entered in the above entitled action on December 15, 2010, that a sale of certain mortgaged premises described as follows:

Parcel A: Lot G-1, according to the amended plat of the Pine View Addition, to the City of Belle Fourche, Butte County, South Dakota, as shown by the Plat recorded in Plat Book 13 on Page 27

Parcel B: Lot 7A, a subdivision of Lot 7, in Block 10 of the City of Belle Fourche, Butte County, South Dakota, as shown by the Plat recorded in Plat Book 13 on Page 88.

Parcel C: Lot 7 in Block 10 of the original town of Belle Fourche, Butte County, South Dakota, less the West 65’ of Lot 7 and less Lot 7A as shown in Plat Book 13 on page 88

-and-

The East 75’ of Lot 8 in Block 10 of the original town of Belle Fourche, Butte County South Dakota

shall be made by public sale to the highest bidder in lawful money of the United States on March 9, 2011, at 10:00 a.m. at the front door of the Courthouse in the City of Belle Fourche, County of Butte, State of South Dakota, under the direction of the Butte County Sheriff in obedience with the Judgment and subject to the Defendants’ rights of redemption.

The name of the mortgagor is Bickle Ranch Co., and there are no assignees of said mortgage. The amount due pursuant to the Judgment filed in the judgment roll of the above Court is One Hundred Thirty One Thousand One Hundred Nineteen and 10/100 Dollars ($131,119.10) as of December 15, 2010, plus interest in the amount of $29.86459 per day from December 15, 2010 to the date of sale, plus costs of sale. The dates of said Mortgages are March 13, 2009, recorded March 13, 2009, as Document No. 2009-485, and May 4, 2009, recorded May 6, 2009, as Document No. 2009-920 in the office of the Register of Deeds, Belle Fourche, Butte County, South Dakota.

The sale is subject to outstanding Butte County real estate taxes and special assessments of record, which are a superior lien first in priority against the premises.

Dated this 11 day of February, 2011, at Belle Fourche, South Dakota.

/s/ Fred A. Lamphere, Sheriff, Butte County, South Dakota

Lester Nies, Hood & Nies, P.C.,Attorney of Plaintiff

109 Main Street, PO Box 759, Spearfish, SD 57783, (605) 642-2757

Published Wed., Feb. 23 and Wed., March 2, 2011

Butte County Post

NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND NOTICE OF INFORMAL PROBATE AND  APPOINTMENT OF PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE

STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA

COUNTY OF BUTTE

IN CIRCUIT COURT

FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

PRO. No.: 11 – 05

In the Matter of the Estate of ROBERT S. MAHER, a/k/a ROBERT MAHER, Deceased.

Notice is given that on the 18th day of February, 2011, James M. Maher, whose address is 19077 Canyon Creek Rd., Belle Fourche, South Dakota 57717, was appointed as Personal Representative of the Estate of Robert S. Maher, a/k/a Robert Maher.

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 and to the attorney for the Personal Representative.

Dated this 23rd day of February, 2011.

/s/ James M. Maher

19077 Canyon Creek Rd., Belle Fourche, SD 57717

Phone: (605) 892-2472

Personal Representative

Shawn Sorenson

Butte County Clerk of Courts 

Butte County Courthouse

P.O. Box 250, Belle Fourche, SD 57717

(605)892-2516

Michael W. Day

Day Morris Law Firm, LLP

117 5th Ave., P.O. Box 370, Belle Fourche, SD 57717-0370

Phone: (605)723-7777

Fax: 605/723-8888

Attorneys for Personal Representative

Published Wed., March 2, Wed., March 9 and Wed., March 16, 2011

Butte County Post

NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND NOTICE OF INFORMAL PROBATE AND APPOINTMENT OF PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE

STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA

COUNTY OF BUTTE

IN CIRCUIT COURT

FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

PRO. No.: 11 – 04

In the Matter of the Estate of JUANITA CHRISTINE TIMM, a/k/a JUANITA C. TIMM, a/k/a JUANITA TIMM, a/k/a JOHNNIE TIMM, Deceased.

Notice is given that on the 7th day of February, 2011, Gary R. Timm, whose address is P.O. Box 84, Newell, South Dakota 57760, was appointed as Personal Representative of the Estate of Juanita Christine Timm, a/k/a Juanita C. Timm, a/k/a Juanita Timm, a/k/a Johnnie Timm.

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 and to the attorney for the Personal Representative.

Dated this 10th day of February, 2011.

/s/ Gary R. Timm

P.O. Box 84, Newell, SD 57760, Phone: (605) 892-5469

Personal Representative

Shawn Sorenson, Butte County Clerk of Courts 

Butte County Courthouse

P.O. Box 250, Belle Fourche, SD 57717, (605) 892-2516

Michael W. Day

Day Morris Law Firm, LLP

117 5th Ave., P.O. Box 370, Belle Fourche, SD 57717-0370

Phone: (605)723-7777

Fax: 605/723-8888

Attorneys for Personal Representative

Published Wed., Feb. 16, Wed., Feb. 23 and Wed., March 2, 2011

Butte County Post

PROCEEDINGS

BUTTE COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION

BELLE FOURCHE, SOUTH DAKOTA 57717

Planning Commission Meeting

Jan. 25, 2011

The regular meeting of the Butte County Planning Commission was held on Jan. 25, 2011, at 7:00 in the Commissioner’s Room at the Butte County Courthouse, Belle Fourche, SD. Present were Clint Pitts, Tom Cooper, Kim Kling, Todd Williamson and Equalization and Planning Director Polly Odle. Jim Smeenk was excused. Also present as Guests were Thane Schalesky and Kyle Treloar from Schrier Engineering

Chairman Pitts called the meeting to order at 7: 00 p.m.

Motion made by Cooper, to approve the current Agenda; Second by Williamson, Vote Unanimous. Motion Carried.

Motion made by Williamson, to approve the Dec. 21, 2010, Minutes Second by Cooper, Vote Unanimous. Motion carried.

Public Hearing was held for Lot 1 of KRF Subdivision located in a Portion of Tract 6 in the SW4 Section 1, T8N, R2E, B.H.M. Butte County, South Dakota. The Preliminary and Final Plat was also presented to the Planning Board, by Kyle Treloar. Motion made by Kling, to approve final plat, contingent on suggested amendments to the covenants. Second by Cooper, Vote Unanimous. Motion carried.

Thane Schalesky presented Plat of Schalesky Lot 1 located in the NW4 of Section 8, T9N, R6E, B.H.M. Butte County, South Dakota, with a request for Ag Exemption. Motion made by Cooper to grant exemption and approve the Plat; under Butte County Subdivision Ordinance 2005-2. Article III, no. 4. Second by Williamson, vote unanimous. Motion carried.

Also under discussion, proposed changes to Butte County Subdivision Ordinance 2005-2 and Subdivision checklist; to add language reflecting recording fees. Motion made by Kling, to present the proposed changes to the Butte County Commissioners. Second by Williamson, vote unanimous. Motion carried.

Motion made by Williamson, to adjourn. Second by Kling, Vote Unanimous. Motion Carried.

Meeting Adjourned at 9:00 p.m.

Respectfully submitted:

/s/ Polly Odle, CAA

Butte County Equalization & Planning Director

Published once at the total approximate cost of $21.07.

Published Wed., March 2, 2011

Butte County Post

PROCEEDINGS

UNOFFICIAL MINUTES OF REGULAR SCHOOL BOARD MEETING

THE SCHOOL BOARD OF BELLE FOURCHE SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 9-1 MET IN REGULAR SESSION ON MONDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 2011, AT THE BELLE FOURCHE SCHOOL DISTRICT ADMINISTRATION OFFICE with president Beverly Banks presiding and members Kim Brill, Mike Day, Nita Justice, Tim Kudlock, Marilyn (Webb) Huston and Sue Whitman present. Administration present: Superintendent Steve Willard, Business Manager Susan Proefrock, Principals Patrick Deering, Kevin Smidt and Mathew Raba, Activities Director Clay Anderson, Director of Buildings and Grounds Greg Boyd and Special Education Director Dr. Lisa Hafer. Visitors: Christina Borah, Jeanette Nicholas, Colleen Hardesty, Rachel Sanders, Tate Bouman, Joann Stephens, Penny Louks, Micheline Hickenbotham, Shanna Howell, Mary Bohlmann, Heather Murschel, Milo Dailey and Students of the Month and parents.

Unless otherwise noted, all Board action was by unanimous decision.

President Banks called the meeting to order at 5:15 p.m.

Banks led everyone in the Pledge of Allegiance.

Motion Whitman, second Kudlock to approve the agenda as amended. Motion carried.

In recognition of National Family, Career AND Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) Week, the Board and administration received red roses and candy as a thank you for supporting the Belle Fourche FCCLA Chapter. The Board was informed about the local 2010-11 FCCLA projects and plans.

High School Teacher Jonette Burns and Elementary Teachers Colleen Hardesty, Jeanette Nicholas and Mary Bohlmann shared how they teach math in their classrooms. Discussion was held and questions were answered.

January Students of the Month receiving special recognition were: Fifth grade Lexey Martin and Stephen Tanninen; Sixth grade – Joel Raisanen and Bayli Talkington; Seventh grade – Latoshia Conley and Natalee Hafer; and Eighth grade – Skysha Lanphear-Troxel and Devin Nason.

Motion Huston, second Day to approve the meeting minutes of Jan. 10 and Jan. 31, 2011. Motion carried.

Motion Kudlock, second Brill to approve the January financial statement as presented and the financial report for the Agency Funds Beginning Balance $52,646.41, Income $6,294.94, Expenditures $15,223.61, Ending Balance $43,717.74. Motion carried.

(See Belle Fourche School January 2011 Financial Statement at left)

Motion Justice, second Huston to approve the claims for payment as presented. Total Prepaid Claims by fund: General Fund $492,611.76, Special Education $65,577.84; Pension Fund $33,278.65 and Food Service $21,052.14. Total Current Claims by fund: General Fund $167,028.76; Capital Outlay $9,051.82; Special Education $25,132.04; and Food Service $24,713.47. Motion carried.

PREPAID CLAIMS

GENERAL FUND:

Montana Dakota Utilities Utilities 13,649.74; January Payrolls 379,413.82; Elementary 85,244.86; Title II-Part A Class Size Reduction/Teacher & Principal Training 6,045.84; Middle School 82,859.26; High School 79,112.80; Title I-Part A Improving Basic Program 13,741.66; School Social Worker 2,833.34; Health 2,963.81; Library 4,490.24; Technology in School 908.00; Board 825.00; Supt. Office 10,521.11; Principals’ Offices 28,568.26; Activities Director Office 6,771.25; Business Office 10,695.41; Custodial/Maint. 27,990.64; Noon Duty 996.86; Food Services 1,096.56; Co-Curricular 13,748.92; Wells Fargo District Share of Soc Sec./Medicare 27,143.99; Black Hills Educational Benefits Coop. District Share of Health Ins. 45,510.43; Delta Dental Plan of SD District Share of Dental Ins. 5,140.35; SD Retirement System District Share of Retirement 21,753.43; TOTAL PREPAID-GENERAL FUND 492,611.76

SPECIAL EDUCATION FUND:

January Payrolls 50,175.25; Mild to Moderate Disabilities 40,964.02; Severe Disabilities 1,683.19; Early Childhood 5,132.24; Administrative Costs 1,618.80; Student Transportation 777.00; Wells Fargo District Share of Soc Sec./Medicare 3,544.63; Black Hills Educational Benefits Coop. District Share of Health Ins. 7,956.25; Delta Dental Plan of SD District Share of Dental Ins. 1,096.61; SD Retirement System District Share of Retirement 2,805.10; TOTAL PREPAID-SPECIAL EDUCATION 65,577.84

Pension Fund:

January Payrolls 30,913.75; Wells Fargo District Share of Soc Sec./Medicare 2,364.90; TOTAL PREPAID-PENSION FUND 33,278.65

January Payrolls 16,541.86

Wells Fargo District Share of Soc Sec./Medicare 1,181.15

Black Hills Educational Benefits Coop. District Share of Health Ins. 2,206.48

Delta Dental Plan of SD District Share of Dental Ins. 328.00

SD Retirement System District Share of Retirement 794.65

TOTAL PREPAID-FOOD SERVICE 21,052.14

GRAND TOTAL-PREPAID CLAIMS 612,520.39

GENERAL FUND:

A & B Welding Supply Co., Inc. Supplies 612.51; Ace Steel & Recycling Inc Supplies 660.80; Adel, Theresa Registration 100.00; Alltel Communications, LLC Communications 149.96; Amazon Repairs 810.03; American Choral Directors Assoc. Membership 85.00; Ameriflex, LLC Services 795.00; Band Shoppe Supplies 80.50; Banks, Beverly Repairs 9.94; Batchelder’s Plummer Piano & Organ Rent 50.00; Belle Fourche Area Comm. Ctr. Rent 2,712.00; Belle Fourche Water Office Utilities 539.85; Bennett, Main, & Gubbrud Prof Services 591.94; Black Hills Pioneer/Weekly Prospector Supplies 113.21; Black Hills Power Utilities 16,974.85; Black Hills Pure, Inc. Supplies 189.69; Black Hills Special Serv. Coop Services 8,541.31; Blick Art Materials Supplies 119.39; Bouman, Tate Supplies 100.00; Bruce J. Lutz Repairs 60.00; Burns, Jonette Registration 100.00; Capstone Press, Inc Supplies 492.55; Carolina Biological Supply Supplies 558.91; Cash Wa Distributing Misc Equip Correction(1,705.00); CBH Cooperative Travel 262.08; Center Of Nation Police Reserves Services 216.00; Central Parts, Inc. Repairs 42.93; Cyberguys Supplies 207.12; Dakota Lube & Exhaust, LLC Repairs 838.80; Dakota Lumber Co. Repairs 394.11; Daktronics, Inc. Repairs 160.00; Econo Lodge Travel 910.00; Edvotek, Inc Supplies 286.76; Explorers Percussion Supplies 46.98; Family Dollar Supplies 16.25; Fast Break Screen Printing Supplies 1,531.94; Fleet Services Travel 727.41; Food Service/Rhonda Johnson Supplies 1,246.00; Frontier Glass Of Belle, LLC Misc Equip 190.34; Garr, Val Registration 40.00; Gene’s Lock Shop Repairs 187.25; Green’s Alignment LLC Repairs 80.00; Grimm’s Pump & Industrial Supply Repairs 2,081.18; Haggerty’s Musicworks Repairs 80.00; Hauff Mid America Sports, Inc. Supplies 2,672.85; Hearlihy & Co. Supplies 790.57; Heartland Paper Co. Supplies 1,647.78; Hellevang, Bob Travel 22.00; Hickenbotham, Micheline Services 975.00; Hobby Lobby Stores, Inc. Supplies 70.96; Hoseth Auto, Inc. Repairs 29.99; Hugh O’Brian Youth Leadership Registration 300.00; IKON Office Solutions Maintenance 10,983.75; Imprest Fund Expenses:; Randy Stanton Official 65.00; Craig Tieszen Official 65.00; Chris Lowe Official/Mileage 125.00; Kevin Bad Wound Official 65.00; John Witcraft Official 65.00; Royce Wuertzer Official/Mileage 109.00; VOID check issued to Jeremiah Johnson Line Judge (15.00); VOID check issued to Haley Tschetter Line Judge (15.00); VOID check issued to Fehrin Ward Line Judge (30.00); Tony Biesiot Official/Mileage 80.00; Jeremiah Johnson reissue for lost check 15.00; DCI Fee 43.25; Haley Tschetter reissue for lost check 15.00; Region Music Contest Fees 658.00; Frank Pavich Official/Mileage 86.00; Custer County District HS Entry Fee 100.00; Justin Schlecht Team Meals 876.00; Fehrin Ward reissue for lost check 30.00; Dave Karas Official/Mileage 68.00; Alan Olson Official 30.00; Jeremy Henwood Official/Mileage 38.00; Brett Distel Official/Mileage 115.00; Larry Osborne Official 65.00; David Karas Official/Mileage 73.00; Greg Schumacher Official/Mileage 109.00; Royce Wuertzer Official 65.00; John Witcraft Official 65.00; Jeremy Henwood Official/Mileage 58.00; Justo Tobar Official 50.00; David Karas Official/Mileage 78.00; Jeremy Henwood Official/Mileage 68.00; Bob Reynolds Official 65.00; Brett Distel Official/Mileage 115.00; Mike Kirkeby Official 65.00; SDTEA Reg Fee 65.00; David Karas Official/Mileage 78.00; Mike Kirkeby Official/Mileage 109.00; Tim Voegele Official 65.00; John Witcraft Official 65.00; Jim Aberle Official/Mileage 87.00; Jim Phillips Official 65.00; Duane Kirk Official 65.00; Justin Schlecht Team Meals 564.00; Winner School District Entry Fee 50.00; Kellie Pummel Official 50.00; Jeremy Henwood Official/Mileage 126.00; Justo Tobar Official 60.00; Nick Gottlob Official/Mileage 73.00; Randy Stanton Official/Mileage 109.00; Chip Franke Official 65.00; Jim Phillips Official/Mileage 86.00; John Witcraft Official/Mileage 109.00; Beau Garcia Official 65.00; Mike McFarland Official/Mileage 216.00; Marc Lewis Official/Mileage 244.00; Dean Moncur Official/Mileage 244.00; Scott Besler Official/Mileage 266.00; Derek Olson Student/Adults Meals 836.00; David Karas Official/Mileage 68.00; Total Imprest Fund Expenses 6,800.25; International Academy Of Science Software 300.00; Interquest Detection Canines Of Mt Services 350.00; J.W. Pepper & Son, Inc. Supplies 767.08; Kings Inn Hotel Travel 139.90; KNOLOGY Inc Communications 3,116.54; Laduke Pelster, Faye Services 425.00; Lerner Publishing Group Supplies 24.95; Lueder’s Food Center Supplies 152.40; Lynn’s Dakotamart Supplies 526.09; Lynn’s Dakotamart Groceries Sp 1,682.50; Mf Athletic Co. Misc Equip 421.00; Michigan First Aid & Safety Co Supplies 127.82; Middle School Math & Science Club Supplies 32.00; Moke, Shane Student Transportation 781.44; Montana Dakota Utilities Utilities 13,789.97; Motive Parts Misc Equip 670.93; Musicians Friend Supplies 277.80; National Staff Development Council Dues 119.00; O.C. Cleaners Inc. Cleaning Services 6,329.34; Office Emporium Supplies 134.70; Pamida Supplies 751.83; Pearson Education Textbooks 1,050.85; Perma Bound Books Supplies 187.16; Petty Cash C/O R. Montgomery Postage 7.45; Pitney Bowes Lease 472.26; Pizza Hut Supplies 50.47; Plummer Piano & Organ Rent 50.00; Plunkett, Kayleen Registration 40.00; Posy Palace Supplies 7.00; Prairie Inn Motel Travel 139.98; Raber’s Welding Repairs 161.74; RC Journal/BH Weekly Group Communications 519.01; Reinhart Food Service Groceries SP 98.76; Reserve Account Postage 680.00; Rosen Publishing Supplies 95.65; Roundup Building Center, Inc. Repairs 159.18; Sand Creek Printing Supplies 1,122.31; Saversmart Supplies 77.38; School Reach Supplies 354.17; School Specialty Inc Supplies 298.95; SD Assoc. Middle Level Educ. Services 1,500.00; SD Council Of Teachers Of English Registration 267.00; SD Discovery Center & Aquarium Supplies 200.00; SDAESP Conference Registration 175.00; Stereos N Stuff Supplies 478.93; Subway Supplies 143.64; Sundance/Newbridge Supplies 198.00; Taylor Publishing Co. Printing 3,500.00; Tech. & Innovations In Educ. Contracted Services 6,250.00; Temperature Technology, Inc Repairs 355.00; Triple H Restaurant Supplies 162.00; Tri-State Transportation, Inc. Activity Bussing 25,364.06; Turbiville, Dick Repairs 181.35; Unisource Worldwide, Inc. Supplies 21,588.00; United Parcel Service Postage 20.65; Universal Athletic Service Supplies 1,411.00; Vansickle, Brandi Mileage 115.44; Warrior Inn Travel 350.00; Waste Connections Of SD, Inc Utilities 1,050.70; West Music Supplies 64.15; Winner’s Circle Supplies 212.65; Wood Stock Supply, Inc. Supplies 171.14; Woodwind & Brasswind Software 196.70; TOTAL CURRENT-GENERAL FUND 167,028.76

CAPITAL OUTLAY:

Cash Wa Distributing Misc Equip 1,705.00; IKON Financial Services Rent 2,481.00; Johnson Electric LLC Repairs 522.22; Temperature Technology, Inc Repairs 4,343.60; TOTAL CURRENT-CAPITAL OUTLAY 9,051.82

SPECIAL ED. FUND:

Tuition 926.84; Communications 84.11; Supplies 49.94; Services 105.00; Services 273.60; Supplies 29.50; Tuition 15,487.36; Registration 430.00; Registration 760.00; Registration 600.00; Services 90.00; Student Travel 139.34; Supplies 125.30; Mileage 40.70; Registration 750.00; Pupil Transportation 710.00; Communications 206.30; Registration 1,440.00; Supplies 329.00; Supplies 99.21; Repairs 100.00; Supplies 116.37; Tuition 1,799.16; Misc Equip 60.37; Postage 120.00; Misc Equip 259.94; TOTAL CURRENT-SPECIAL ED. 25,132.04

FOOD SERVICE:

Ameriflex, LLC Services 45.00; Cash Wa Distributing Groceries 3,203.37; CBH Cooperative Supplies 129.89; Child And Adult Nutrition Serv. Groceries 3,047.20; Dean Foods NC, LLC Groceries 5,040.06; Earthgrains Baking Companies Inc Groceries 1,123.56; Food Services of America Groceries 3,050.28; KNOLOGY Inc Communications 33.57; Lueder’s Food Center Groceries 5.97; Lynn’s Dakotamart Groceries 56.21; Motive Parts Supplies 19.70; Reinhart Food Service Groceries 8,059.22; Servall Uniform and Linen Inc Services MS 667.85; Service First, Inc. Repairs 204.94; United Parcel Service Postage 26.65; TOTAL CURRENT-FOOD SERVICE 24,713.47

GRAND TOTAL CURRENT CLAIMS 225,926.09

High School Student Council President Alisha McNally reported the Student Council held a recent fundraising activity for their upcoming trip to Pierre to watch the legislature; a Blood Drive is scheduled on March 28 and other upcoming projects and activities are being planned for the student body.

Whitman, chairperson of the Budget Committee, reported the committee met Jan. 31 to review the preliminary 2011-12 Capital Outlay budget.

Banks reported on the School Improvement Committee meeting held Jan. 13, 2011. Meeting minutes were shared with the Board.

Brill reported on the Community Council for Education meeting held Jan. 20, 2011. Meeting minutes were shared with the Board.

Administrative reports were given.

Supt. Willard advised the Board a make-up day is scheduled on March 4, 2011 for the snow day on Feb. 7, 2011.

Motion Day, second Huston and carried to approve the following consent agenda items (1-4):

(1) Additional compensation as follows: Officiating – S Kidder $296.00 and K O’Dea $256.00; and C Mart run clock $50.00.

(2) Recommendation from the BFEA Sick Bank Committee to allow the request from J Hatling to use up to 21 days from the sick leave bank and allow the request from M. Stumpf to use ¼ day from the sick leave bank.

(3) Contract with Taylor Publishing Company for publication of the 2011-12 Belle Fourche High School yearbook.

(4) Resignation submitted by Joie Dearborn Brace as a special education teacher, effective the end of the 2010-2011 school year. Also approve compensation of $400 as early resignation incentive to be paid with the last paycheck to Dearborn Brace.

Motion Kudlock, second Whitman to approve the administrative recommendation to approve a student assignment request for four (4) students to be assigned school residency in the Belle Fourche School District 9-1 beginning the 2010-11 school year. Motion carried.

Motion Brill, second Huston to approve the administrative recommendation to accept an open enrollment application, beginning the 2010-11 school year, as submitted, one (1) high school student from the Newell School District. Motion carried.

The Board reviewed the itinerary for the senior band students to participate in a trip to Billings, Mont., March 18-20, 2011. High School Principal Raba informed the Board that at this time one (1) student has committed to going.

Motion Day, second Whitman to table consideration of approving the band trip as an authorized school activity. Motion carried.

Motion Justice, second Huston to approve the request for the Middle School eighth grade Math and Science Club trip for eligible students to travel to Yellowstone National Park, May 11-15, 2011. Club advisors are Mark Sprigler and Loree Schlichtemeier. Motion carried.

Motion Day, second Kudlock to approve the administrative recommendations to hire Keenan Justice as assistant seventh grade boys basketball coach, salary $645.00 and hire Wayne Tonsager as a driver’s education instructor, $20.00 per hour. Motion carried. (Justice abstained)

Certificates of Excuse from school attendance (2010-2011 application number 42) was signed at this time. Sixty-six (66) students approved to date.

The Board was informed about the high school textbook selection. Final approval will be on the March agenda.

Supt. Willard informed the Board that Belle Fourche Elementary Teacher Theresa Adel has been selected as the 2010 SDAHPERD Elementary Teacher of the Year. Mrs. Adel is recognized for excellence in the fields of Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance.

Supt. Willard shared an informational letter for parents and patrons about the impact of the Governor’s budget proposal for a 10 percent reduction to K-12 education funding.

President Banks reported on highlights from her recent attendance at the Federal Relations Network conference in Washington D.C.

The Board was informed of spring student teaching placements. Committee meetings were scheduled.

The next regular meeting is scheduled on Monday, March 21, 2011. Board consensus was to schedule the April regular meeting on Tuesday, April 12, 2011.

Motion Justice, second Huston to enter into executive session for the purpose of discussing a student matter – 7:01 p.m. Motion carried.

President Banks declared the Board out of executive session at 7:09 p.m.

There being no further business to come before the Board at this time, the meeting adjourned at 7:09 p.m.

/s/ Beverly Banks, President

/s/ Susan L. Proefrock, Business Manager

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PROCEEDINGS OF THE SPECIAL MEETING OF THE TOWN OF NISLAND

(UNOFFICIAL)

The Board of Trustees met for a special meeting on Thursday, Feb. 17, 2011, at 6:30 p.m. at the Nisland Town Hall with Chairman Dell calling the meeting to order and these members were present: John Geib, Scott Turo, Jade Neely and Ben Lewis. Also attending were LeAnne Clark, Finance Officer, and 10 residents and other member of the public.

APPROVE AGENDA

A motion was made by Neely and seconded by Turo to accept the agenda as presented. All were in favor, motion carried.

OLD BUSINESS

Surplus Property - Lot 7, Blk. 19; Lots 8-13, Blk. 2

Chairman Dell stated that lot seven was appraised for the following amounts: Lewis, $3500; Rank, $2000; Heidrich, $2500. It was stated that the current renter owes $634.00 back rent. A motion was made by Lewis and seconded by Neely to surplus the property. Three were in agreement with one voting no. Motion carried. A motion was made by Geib and seconded by Lewis to set the starting bid at $2500. All were in favor, motion carried.

Laura Pepper was asked what would happen if she didn’t win the bid on the bar property. She stated that she was looking at other property on which she would build her own building, but would still be in the contract with the town. The liability of the three year contract was discussed. That wouldn’t be an issue if both parties were willing to adjust the contract, which they are. The question was asked, if Pepper bought the property, would the contract have to be renegotiated and would she have to vie for the license with someone else every three years? The council stated that in the revised contract they would put a clause for first option on the license. Discussion was had about the sewer line that ran through the property approximately on the line of lots 12 and 13. Some suggested lot 13 be retained as an alley, others suggested all be sold with an easement so that the town would receive more money. A motion was made by Turo and seconded by Neely to surplus all six lots with an easement for the sewer lines. All were in favor, motion carried. A motion was made by Turo and seconded by Neely to put both surplus properties on the ballot in April. All were in favor, motion carried.

NEW BUSINESS

OTHER BUSINESS

Dawn Queen said she’d heard a rumor that the Williams’ were asked to limit their hours at Ma and Pa’s. Williams said no, they set their own hours.

Toni Kidd stated that she was passing around petitions to put several things on the ballot -the five percent liquor markup, the fireworks ordinance, the surplus property and a change to require council members to physically reside in the municipality.

Adjournment:

Being no further business, a motion was made by Turo and seconded by Neely to adjourn. All were in favor, motion carried. Chairman Dell adjourned the meeting at 7:20 p.m.

ATTEST:

/s/ LeAnne H. Clark, Finance Officer

/s/ Jake Dell, Chairman

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PROCEEDINGS

City of Belle Fourche

City Hall – 511 6th.

Avenue, Belle Fourche, SD 57717

February 22, 2011, at 7:00 p.m.

The Common Council of the City of Belle Fourche met in Regular Session with Mayor Gary Hendrickson presiding.

Members present were:

First Ward Council Members: Chrisann Mateer and Larry Schuldies

Second Ward Council Members: Cindy Snook

Third Ward Council Members: Toni Moncur and Karen Wagner

Fourth Ward Council Members: Frances Hays and John Washburn

Also present: City Attorney Dwight Gubbrud, Assistant City Engineer/Interim City Engineer Steve Nafus, BFACC Director Michelle Deyo - Amende, Police Chief Robert Hansen, and Finance Officer Sharon Mins.

AGENDA

1. The meeting was opened with the Pledge of Allegiance of the United States of America.

2. Motion Moncur, second Snook to adopt the Agenda with the addition of 4.5 Executive Session for Personnel. Motion carried.

3. Motion Snook, second Schuldies to approve the minutes of Feb. 7, 2011. Motion carried.

4. Mayors Report: Release of the 2010 Census figures shows Belle Fourche had an increase of 1029 in population from 4565 in 2000 to 5594 in 2010. Mayor Hendrickson also presented information from SD Housing on the Paint South Dakota 2011 Project. Paint and primer is purchased by SD Housing and volunteers/an interested organization provide the labor. Application deadline is April 8 for nominations.

5. General Public Comments: Clark Sowers said the Safe Routes to School was discussed at the last Public Safety Meeting and the next application deadline would be for a project next year. Jeff Caldwell from the Belle Fourche School system is in charge of this project.

Paul Turbiville spoke on the snow removal and safety issues with the Hwy. 85 project. He said support of Economic Development is needed to keep businesses in Belle Fourche.

Next Meeting Date / Reports

Airport - Tuesday, March 15, 2011 at 5:30 p.m. – Council Chambers

Ambulance - Thursday, March 17, 2011 at 5:30 p.m. – Courthouse

BFACC - Monday, March 14, 2011 at 4:00 p.m. – BFACC – Fundraiser Dinner & Auction scheduled for March 12 and the renovation of the cardio room is continuing

Chamber of Commerce - Second Tuesday of each month at 7:00 a.m. – Chamber – E - mail requests for Belle Fourche information from the Family Circle magazine has totaled 600 to date.

Center of the Nation Business Association – First and Third Thursday of the month at 5:30 p.m. – next meeting is March 3 at Mish Mash

Economic Development - Third Tuesday of each month at 7:00 a.m. – Chamber – John Washburn reported parking concerns and paving back alleys has been discussed.

Legal - Finance– Monday, Feb. 28, 2011 at 7:00 p.m. - Council Chambers – Karen Wagner said the Special Liquor License will continue to be researched and discussed.

Library - Tuesday, March 1, 2011 at 5:00 p.m. – Library

Museum - Tuesday, March 8, 2011 at 6:00 p.m. - Museum

Planning & Zoning - Wednesday, March 2, 2011 at 7:00 a.m. – Council Chambers

Police - Thursday, March 10, 2011 at 5:00 p.m. – Council Chambers

Public Safety – Third Thursday of each month at 4:00 p.m. – Christian Life Center

Public Works - Tuesday, March 15, 2011 at 7:00 p.m. – Council Chambers

PUBLIC HEARINGS

None at this time.

Motion by Wagner, second by Washburn to approve the Consent Agenda as presented. Motion carried.

CONSENT AGENDA

The following items were discussed by the appropriate Council Appointed Committee / Board, with membership including at least one City Council Member, and unanimously recommended, by the quorum, for approval, and placed on the consent agenda for final action to be taken on all items by a single vote. Any item may be removed from the consent agenda by the Mayor or a Councilperson for separate consideration.

Airport Board

Recommend approving to proceed with a “request for bids” to resurface the Belle Fourche Airport aircraft parking ramp. The work to be accomplished this year, contingent on the State of South Dakota funding. Total estimated project cost is $375,000. City cost share (2%) is estimated at $7,500 with an additional cost of $8,000 for a portion (32’ x 44’) of apron in front of a private hangar that may be ineligible for federal and state funding. Money for this project will come from CIP Funds. This was not a 2011 budgeted project. FAA did not make the decision to do this project until November of 2010.

BFACC Board

Recommend to accept with regret, the resignation of Heidi Bradseth, Customer Service Assistant Supervisor. She is resigning to relocate with her family.

Recommend reclassifying Elise Lewis from Part Time (19 ¾ hrs.) Customer Service Representative, Grade 4 Step 2, $7.89 per hour to Regular Part Time (35 hrs.) Customer Service Assistant Supervisor, Grade 6 Step 2 $8.90 per hour.

Recommend to accept with regret, the resignation of Kurt Raber as Part Time Lifeguard.

Recommend purchasing carpet for the cardio room from Hill’s Interiors for $2,681.50. This includes carpet, installation and vinyl base.

Museum Board

Recommendation for Rochelle Silva to travel to Rapid City on March 2 to attend the “How to Supervise People” one - day seminar. Cost will be $99 for the class plus lunch and mileage.

Planning and Zoning Board: Nothing at this time.

Police Committee Board

 Recommendation for Jamie Dinkel to travel to Austin, Texas to attend the Sexual Assault Response Training on the 25th. – 27th. of May. Jamie will need accommodations for travel, room and eating allowances for these days. Sgt. Dinkel is awaiting approval on a grant that will reimburse for these expenses. We are asking for approval on the acceptance of her receiving this grant.

Public Works Committee:

Recommendation to approve Account Adjustments as on file at City Hall.

Recommendation to approve Landlord Exemption as on file at City Hall.

Recommendation to authorize Martha Wierzbicki to attend the International Energy Conservation Code Fundamentals Seminar in Rapid City, Tuesday, March 22, 2011. SDBO member cost is $50.00.

Recommend approving to allow Rodney and Darla Raber to purchase a Resident Parking Only 6:00 am to 6:00 pm sign, City Ord. 10:30:040, from the City of Belle Fourche Public Works Department. City will install the sign.

Legal Finance Committee

Recommendation to approve Application Form for Special Event Temporary Malt Beverage License.

Recommendation to approve Temporary On - Sale License application for American West Steakhouse for the Community Hall on March 19, 2011 for the Museum Foundation Banquet. The fees and insurance has been filed with the Finance Office.

REGULAR AGENDA

(Tabled from last regular council meeting of Feb. 7, 2011) Mike Carlson, DOT listed the following actions the State plans to take to make Hwy 85 safer: Two speed radar signs and no parking signs will be posted, a temporary barrier will be placed behind the curb and gutter until a permanent 20” barrier and steel railing can be built in 2012. Mike said he would like input from the businesses on snow removal with the barrier in place. He said the three versus five lanes would be a safety issue going from five lanes down to three lanes and then back to five.

2. For Discussion on Change of Ordinance: Sections 2.08.0210 Hiring of Police Officers, 2.32.020 Police Chief and 2.32.030 Appointment. Motion by Wagner, second by Washburn to move this item back to the Police Committee for further discussion. Motion carried.

3. Motion by Snook, second by Schuldies to approve the purchase of a new 2011 Dodge Ram, crew cab 4 x 4 pickup from Scott Peterson Motors off of the state bid price of $22,205.00. Motion carried.

4. Motion by Moncur, second by Mateer to approve the bills as presented. Motion carried.

4.5 Motion by Snook, second by Washburn to go into executive session for personnel at 7:44 p.m. Motion carried.

Mayor Hendrickson declared to return to regular session at 8:33 p.m.

Motion by Snook, second by Moncur to immediately dismiss Brendon Newman from employment with the City of Belle Fourche. Motion carried.

5. With no further business appearing, motion by Wagner, second by Snook the meeting was adjourned at 8:35 p.m.

CITY BILLS:

A & B BUS. EQUIP, EQUIP LSES & MNT $206.41; AFLAC, INSURANCE $66.40; AMCON DISTRIBUTING, SUPPLIES $648.92; AMERICAN ASSOC. STATE, DUES & FEES $115.00; ANTHONY DEAN, WATER REFUND $10.01; ASHLEIGH SORENSON, WATER REFUND$ 4.17; BENNETT, MAIN & GUBBRUD, P.C., LEGAL SER. $1,503.27; BERTHA HARRIS, WATER REFUND $17.76; BEST WESTERN RAMKOTA-SF, TRAV/CONF $183.98; BFHS VOLLEYBALL, CONT SERVICES $500.00; BF CHAMBER OF COM. VISITORS INFO CTR $6,462.56; BF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT CORP, ; BF ECO DEV CORP $1,491.66; BF FLYING SERVICE, CONT SERVICES $2,458.33; BH PIONEER, PUB. $350.20; BH POWER, UTILITIES $4,327.58; BH TRUCK & TRAILER, REP/MAINT $111.48; BICKLE TRUCK & DIESEL SERVICE, REP/MAINT $267.82; JEREMY BIEGERT, CONT SERVICES $60.50; BIERSCHBACH EQUIP., EQUIPMENT $1,325.00; BILLE JOE MATTOX, REFUND $250.00; RICK BRENNAN, CONT SERVICES $99.00; BROSZ ENGINEERING, IMP PROJECT $2,717.15; BUTTE COUNTY REG. OF DEEDS, OTHER CURRENT $60.00; CARL JOSEPH BUNNELL, CONT SERVICES $66.00; CENEX, GAS/FUEL/OIL $19,772.40; CENTURY BUS. LEASING, EQUIP LSES & MNT $306.39; CHELSEA ROSENAU, WATER REFUND $26.75; CHRISTINA KERR, WATER REFUND $26.75; COCA COLA BOTTLING CO, OTHER-RESALE $169.00; DAKOTA EQUIP. RENTAL, SUPPLIES $308.03; DAKOTACARE, INSUR. $43,619.50; DAKOTACARE FLEX, INSUR. $1,188.79; DAN DITTMAN, TRAV/CONF $27.00; DAWN NEWLAND, REFUND COM. HALL $200.00; DELTA DENTAL, $2987.50; DERRICK JONES, WATER REFUND $45.62; DOUBLE J DIVERSIFIED, REP/MAINT $1,203.60; EAGLE ENTERPRISES, BEER-RESALE $11,165.15; EMBLEM ENTERPRISES, UNIFORMS $554.50; ET SPORTS/TIRE, REP/MAINT $94.82; EXECUTIVE BUS. COM., CONT SERVICES $134.00; FIRST WESTERN INSUR., LIAB. INSUR. $6,017.80; FOGGY NOTION ENTER., CONT SERVICES $500.00; FRED PRYOR SEM., TRAV/CONF $99.00; FRONTIER GLASS OF BELLE, REP/MAINT $502.50; G & Y ENTERPRISES, SUPPLIES $14.00; GL SPORTS, SUPPLIES $430.29; HAWKINS TREATMENT GROUP, CHEM. $2,641.58; HILL’S INTERIORS, REP/MAINT $23.95; HILLYARD, SUPPLIES $121.00; INTERNATIONAL CODE COUNCIL, PUB. $183.50; JENNER EQUIP, REP/MAINT $29.26; JOHNSON BROS WEST W-SALE LQ-RESALE $12,279.56; KONE, CONT SERVICES $205.65; L & P FINANCIAL SERVICES, BALER REPAIR/MNT $791.98; LUEDERS FOOD CENTER, SUPPLIES $73.56; LYNNS DAKOTA MART, SUPPLIES $234.99; MECHANIC ON WHEELS, REP/MAINT $160.00; MERRYSE GILLESPIE, WATER REFUND $19.29; MID CONT. TESTING LABS, TESTING $249.00; RON MILIES, CONT SERVICES $121.00; MKL PLUMBING, REP/MAINT, $75.00; MDU., UTILITIES $4944.23; MOORE MEDICAL, SUPPLIES $95.56; NORTHLAND TRUST SERVICES, DUES & FEES $425.00; NORTHWEST PIPE FITTINGS, REP/MAINT $177.56; ORIENTAL TRADING , SUPPLIES $67.13; PAMIDA, SUPPLIES $320.07; TURBIVILLE ELEC, REP/MAINT $1,160.40; PENNINGTON EX. REVOLVING, TRAV/CONF $30.00; PEPSI COLA, FREIGHT $141.12; ROBB’S ENTERPRISE, RENT $1,500.00; PORTERFIELD ELEC., BALER REPAIR/MNT $2,152.09; PRAIRIE BERRY WINERY, WINE-RESALE $1500.00; PRAIRIE SONG STUDIOS, OTHER-RESALE $97.50; QUICK SIGNS, SUPPLIES $62.00; QUILL CORP., SUPPLIES $224.81; QWEST, TELE/INTERNET $168.48; RAPID CITY JOURNAL, LEGAL NOTICES $622.75; RECREATION SUPPLY CO, SUPPLIES $350.00; ROGER FRYES PAINT, REP/MAINT $130.04; RYAN REEVES, UNIFORMS $43.87; SAND CREEK PRINTING, SUPPLIES $747.96; SANITATION PRODUCTS, REP/MAINT $762.35; SD DENR, DUES & FEES $24.00; SD DEPT OF TRANS., SUPPLIES $5,953.27; SD FED. PROPERTY AGENCY, SUPPLIES. $20.00; SERVALL UNI. & LINEN CO, CONT SERVICES $595.85; SODAK DIST,FREIGHT $16,682.04; SD ONE CALL, CONT SERVICES $4.44; SOUTH SIDE STANDARD, REP/MAINT $543.52; STANDARD INS. CO, INSUR. $439.11; STEVIE MITCHELL, WATER REFUND $8.01; THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, D/PRIN. $1,406.25; TOUR ICE, OTHER-RESALE $29.75; VISION, INSUR. $172.86; VISITOR MAGAZINE, AD. $850.00; W.D. LARSON CO , REP/MAINT $90.96; WELL’S PLUMBING , REP/MAINT $280.93; WHO LET THE DOGZ OUT,POUNDMASTER $2,425.00; WINNERS CIRCLE, AWARDS $11.00

LIBRARY BILLS:

A & B BUS., EQUIP LSES & MNT $38.63; BH PIONEER, PUB. $120.00 ; CENTER POINT PUB, BOOKS $77.88; CLASSIC CARS OF MONTANA, BOOKS $57.90; COUNTRY WOMAN, PUB. $10.00; COWBOYS AND INDIANS, PUB. $29.95; DOUBLEDAY BOOK CLUB, BOOKS $33.48; EMERY PRATT CO, BOOKS $1,061.03; FAMILY CIRCLE, BOOKS $30.90; GALE, BOOKS $388.40; LIBRARIANS CHOICE, BOOKS $271.26; MICHAEL FREDERICK, BOOKS $15.00; MDU, UTIL $342.91; MYSTERY GUILD BOOK CLUB, BOOKS $113.85; REMINISCE, PUB. $10.00; SAND CREEK PRINTING SUP. $60.00; SD LIBRARY ASSO., DUES & FEES $120.00; TASTE OF HOME BOOKS, PUB. $19.98; WILDWEST, PUB $21.95; WOMAN’S DAY, PUB $8.00

Approved:

/s/ Gary Hendrickson, Mayor

Attest:

/s/ Sharon Mins, Finance Officer

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View footage of the mayoral candidates answering the following question, "How do you see the climate for race relations in Rapid City? If you believe there is a problem, what will you do to smooth racial tension?"
Mayoral debate: Question 2
Mayoral debate: Question 2
View footage of the mayoral candidates answering the following question, "What are your most important accomplishments as a public servant? What is one thing you regret?"
Mayoral debate: Question 2
Mayoral debate: Question 2
View footage of the mayoral candidates answering the following question, "What are your most important accomplishments as a public servant? What is one thing you regret?"
Mayoral candidate opening statements
Mayoral candidate opening statements
View opening statements from the mayoral candidates at the Journal's debate.
Mayoral debate: Question 1
Mayoral debate: Question 1
View footage of the mayoral candidates answering the following question, "What do you see as your priorities for Rapid City as mayor?"