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Hamlin County Board of Commissioners met on Dec. 6

                                                                       Dec. 6,2016

UNAPPROVED MINUTES: the Hamlin County Board of Commissioners met on Dec. 6 with the following members present: Rudebusch, Saathoff, Baldwin and Noem. Absent Roe

The Vice Chairman led the board in the Pledge of Allegiance.

AGENDA: Motion by Saathoff seconded by Baldwin to approve the agenda as posted. All members voting aye. Motion Carried.

MINUTES: Motion by Noem seconded by Saathoff to approve the minutes of Nov 22 all members voting Aye. Motion Carried.

HIGHWAY DEPT: Bryan Pedersen Highway Supt met with the Board. He stated the company making the cement culverts has not started yet , they are waiting for a form. The department will do more blading after the roads freeze. There is a program for small township bridges but the State has not stated how this will work yet. The county has 14 small wooden bridges in the townships. Roof on the highway building has been helping a lot for heat and cold. Post office boxes in the sidewalks in Castlewood City were discussed.

WEED DEPT: Roger Greenfield of the Weed Board was invited to meet with the Commissioners concerning the present weed program . He stated their next weed meeting will be Dec. 14 at 7:00 pm and would like to invite the Commissioners to such.

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FEMA Flood Risk Map Project

The Federal Emergency Management Administration along with the Army Corp of Engineers is updating its flood risk map. The current map drawn in 1986 is a low resolution approximation of the flood risk areas of South Dakota. The new map will be of a much higher resolution. This will allow a 'truer' evaluation of the flood risk for our area and most of eastern South Dakota. The 3 to 7 year project will take into account the various infrastructure barriers to flow. This flow study was never done in the past.

FEMA is also talking to knowledgable folks on the ground to get their input on problem areas and history. With the hi-res maps better planning and identification of future planning will be greatly improved.

Watch for the first draft map release in early 2017.

Minutes for the July 30, 2016 Meeting of the LPWPD

Minutes for the July 30, 2016 Meeting of the LPWPD

 

At 9:00 a.m. Saturday, July 30th Chairman Verdelle Anderson called the meeting of the Lake Poinsett Water Project District Board of Director’s meeting to order in the Living Waters Retreat Center of the Lake Poinsett Methodist Camp. Present were: Directors-Fred Prahl, Marvin Nofziger, Bob Westall, Jim Skroch, John Pantzke, Secretary/treasurer  Betty Westall and one guest.

Jim made a motion seconded by Fred to accept the minutes of the June 18th meeting and the financial report as presented. Motion carried.

John and Bob will be finalizing the bookwork to present the incentives to be paid lake property owners for stabilization work on shorelines.

The 2017 budget was finalized and accepted on a motion by John seconded by Bob. Motion carried. The tax levy request was signed by Chairman Verdelle and Betty will deliver it to the Court House in Hayti for Dixie to share with Brookings County.

There followed a discussion on the work yet to be done on stabilizing the shoreline of Lake Poinsett always keeping in mind that the LPWPD will continue working with the property owners .

Fred made a motion seconded by Jim to pay the bills. Motion carried.

At 10:00 a.m. on a motion by Fred seconded by Jim the meeting was adjourned.

At this time Jeremy from East Dakota Water District shared information on water sampling and testing.

The next scheduled monthly meeting will be August 20th.

Unapproved minutes respectfully submitted by Betty Westall Sec/Treas

 

Accessible Fishing Dock

The Accessible Fishing Dock Project is Complete.

We would like to Thank everyone who has participated and contributed to this much needed addition to our lake.

Special Thanks to the Lake Poinsett Water Project Board, GF&P and the Membership of LPA for a job well done.

It is just north of the Sorensen's beach boat ramp.

Harlan Olson

It is with the deepest regret that we inform the membership that Harlan Olson has passed away.

He will be greatly missed by our lake community. We wish his family and friends our condolences.

Harlan's funeral will be at the Trinity Lutheran Church in Lake Norden at 2 pm on Monday, March 14th.

There will be viewing at the Church from 5 to 7 pm on Sunday the 13th.

2016 Sailing Regatta Photos

The Regatta is history. Enjoy the Photos that are thanks to Barb Anderson…

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Lake Water Level – A History

As you make your plans for your lake shore and your recreation on our waters, the lake has an ever changing personality. Pot hole glacial lakes are prone to vast variations in water level.

DENR has maintained records of these levels since 1982. This is the graph of their observations.

Please keep these variations in mind when planning your land projects. Your shoreline looks vastly different with 10+ feet change in water level.

As soon as the ice is off the lake we will continue or weekly reports on the lake levels – right here at lakepoinsett.org

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Hamlin County Board of Commissioners met on Dec. 6

                                                                       Dec. 6,2016

UNAPPROVED MINUTES: the Hamlin County Board of Commissioners met on Dec. 6 with the following members present: Rudebusch, Saathoff, Baldwin and Noem. Absent Roe

The Vice Chairman led the board in the Pledge of Allegiance.

AGENDA: Motion by Saathoff seconded by Baldwin to approve the agenda as posted. All members voting aye. Motion Carried.

MINUTES: Motion by Noem seconded by Saathoff to approve the minutes of Nov 22 all members voting Aye. Motion Carried.

HIGHWAY DEPT: Bryan Pedersen Highway Supt met with the Board. He stated the company making the cement culverts has not started yet , they are waiting for a form. The department will do more blading after the roads freeze. There is a program for small township bridges but the State has not stated how this will work yet. The county has 14 small wooden bridges in the townships. Roof on the highway building has been helping a lot for heat and cold. Post office boxes in the sidewalks in Castlewood City were discussed.

WEED DEPT: Roger Greenfield of the Weed Board was invited to meet with the Commissioners concerning the present weed program . He stated their next weed meeting will be Dec. 14 at 7:00 pm and would like to invite the Commissioners to such.

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Hamlin County Board of Commissioners met on Nov . 22

                                                                       Nov. 22,2016

UNAPPROVED MINUTES: the Hamlin County Board of Commissioners met on Nov . 22 with the following members present: Roe, Rudebusch, Saathoff, Baldwin and Noem. No one absent.

The Chairman led the Board in the Pledge of Allegiance.

AGENDA: Motion by Rudebusch seconded by Saathoff to approve the agenda as posted. All members voting Aye. Motion Carried.

MINUTES: Motion by Baldwin seconded by Noem to approve the minutes of Nov. 10 All members voting Aye. Motion Carried.

HIGHWAY DEPT: Bryan Pedersen Highway Supt met with the Board. The bridge by Castlewood is done and he has opened the roads to travel and removed the temporary fences. It came in at 16,000 less than the State bid . It was discussed about people putting products in front of their places for dust control and that they are liable for it. He stated the department went out on Friday and Saturday cleaning after the storm.

STATES ATTORNEY: John Delzer States Attorney met with the Board and went over the new laws just passed. The person who was to meet with the Board concerning a victim witness coordinator decided not to come and meet with them. The cost to the County would be 5000.00 a year. John stated he was already doing that and would get material printed for the Sheriffs Dept to hand out. He stated he would continue to monitor such and see that it works.

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Hamlin County Board of Commissioners met on Nov 10

                                                              Nov 10,2016

UNAPPROVED MINUTES: the Hamlin County Board of Commissioners met on Nov 10 with the following members present: Roe, Rudebusch, Saathoff, Baldwin and Noem. No one absent.

The Chairman led the Board in the Pledge of Allegiance.

AGENDA: Motion by Saathoff seconded by Baldwin to approve the agenda as posted. All members voting Aye. Motion Carried.

MINUTES: Motion by Saathoff seconded by Noem to approve the minutes of Oct 18 All members voting Aye. Motion Carried.

HIGHWAY DEPT: Bryan Pedersen Highway Supt met with the Board. He presented two utility installation forms for approval. The bridge is done by Castlewood and roads are opened. The estimate of the cost to replace a damaged railing by Hidewood Creek is 8420.00 He stated the department is down two workers who have quit. He is advertising for help. Jim McElhany met with the Board stating he thinks the cracks in the road should be done in the winter as they open up more then.

BORING UNDER ROADS: Motion by Noem seconded by Baldwin to approve the request of Popham Agronomics LLC to bore under a road for an 8” PUC drain tile for the SW Quarter Section 3-113N R55W known as 191 St and the request by Popham Agronomics LLC to bore under a road for an 8” PUC drain tile for the SW Quarter of Section 25-115N R 54W known as 183rd St All members voting Aye. Motion Carried.

RENEWAL OF RETAIL ON SALE LIQUOR LICENSES: Motion by Saathoff seconded by Baldwin to approve the following renewal of retail on sale liquor licenses for Knobbe Restaurant Group LLC doing business as Pier 81 ,Lake Region Golf Club, Hurleys Motorboat Beach Bar,Siouxland Bar and Grill and a retail on-off sale wine license for Siouxland Grocery. All members voting Aye. Motion Carried.

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FEMA Flood Risk Map Project

The Federal Emergency Management Administration along with the Army Corp of Engineers is updating its flood risk map. The current map drawn in 1986 is a low resolution approximation of the flood risk areas of South Dakota. The new map will be of a much higher resolution. This will allow a 'truer' evaluation of the flood risk for our area and most of eastern South Dakota. The 3 to 7 year project will take into account the various infrastructure barriers to flow. This flow study was never done in the past.

FEMA is also talking to knowledgable folks on the ground to get their input on problem areas and history. With the hi-res maps better planning and identification of future planning will be greatly improved.

Watch for the first draft map release in early 2017.

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Hamlin County Courthouse

Hamlin County Board of Commissioners met on Oct 18

                                                                   Oct 18,2016

UNAPPROVED MINUTES: The Hamlin County Board of Commissioners met on Oct 18 with the following members present: Roe, Rudebusch, Saathoff, Baldwin and Noem. No one absent.

The Chairman led the Board in the Pledge of Allegiance.

AGENDA: Motion by Saathoff seconded by Rudebusch to approve the agenda as posted. All members voting Aye. Motion Carried.

MINUTES: Motion by Noem seconded by Baldwin to approve the minutes of Oct 4 All members voting Aye. Motion Carried.

HIGHWAY DEPT: Bryan Pedersen Highway Supt met with the Board. He stated the bridge by Castlewood is framed up and the ends are poured so then the deck will be put on. The department is about done mowing road ditches, will be going back to redo where the bean fields where. They are doing graveling for the townships. He stated they will have to crush gravel next year. The ditch by Fosters that the owners want to clean out is all on the owners property . This will be on their land and their liability. He stated that the Clarmont Colony wants to run a hose in the ditch for manure . He discussed the easement they will sign. The Board stated to check with the DNR and what kind of contract the State uses for such. He stated the culverts were done in Cleveland and Hayti Townships.

ESTELLINE CULVERTS: Motion by Saathoff seconded by Rudebusch to order the three culverts at a cost of 109,843.10 for just culverts and will have installation cost also to be placed on the Estelline road. All members voting Aye. Motion Carried.

TAX DEED LOT: Motion by Noem to rescind his motion made on Sept 6 to sell Lot 6 Block 11 in Bryant City which is tax deed property and to give such lot to Bryant City seconded by Saathoff. All members voting Aye . Motion Carried.

SALARY CHANGE: Motion by Noem seconded by Baldwin to change Jessica Trautner Treasurers office to a full time position on a monthly salary of 2365.00 per month effective Oct 1 and change Chris Schafer in the Director of Equalization office effective Nov. 1 to a monthly salary of 2800.00 All members voting Aye. Motion Carried.

FUEL QUOTES: Oct 12 in Hayti Diesel Hamlin Co Farmers Coop 1.86 Farmers Union 1.92 Oct 17 in Bryant Diesel Hamlin Co Farmers Coop 1.91 Farmers Union 1.89 Oct 17 in Hazel Diesel Hamlin Co Farmers Coop 1.91 Farmers Union 1.89 All quotes do not include some taxes.

 PLAT: Motion by Saathoff seconded by Rudebusch to approve the following plat of Block 1 Petersen Second Addition being located in the East Half of the Southeast Quarter of Section 36,T113N,R53W of the 5th PM Hamlin County All members voting Aye. Motion Carried.

WEED: The Board approved Robert Feldhus Weed Supervisor to attend the district weed meetings Oct 31 in Mitchell, Nov 3 in Pierre and Nov 4 in Watertown. The Board also approved him to apply for weed grants of the contractual grant and the school grant.

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Hamlin County Board of Commissioners met on Oct 4

                                                      Oct 4,2016

UNAPPROVED MINUTES: The Hamlin County Board of Commissioners met on Oct 4 with the following members present: Roe,Rudebusch,Saathoff, Baldwin and Noem. No one absent.

The Chairman led the Board in the Pledge of Allegiance.

AGENDA: Motion by Saathoff seconded by Rudebuch to make the following change on the agenda of moving  Norden City to 10:30 and David Schaefer to 9:30 as Norden was unable to be here at 9:30 and to then approve the agenda as posted. All members voting Aye. Motion Carried.

MINUTES: Motion by Noem seconded by Baldwin to approve the minutes of Sept 20 All members voting Aye. Motion Carried.

EMERGENCY & DISASTER: David Schaefer, Emergency Manager, met with the Board. He stated he realized how much reimbursement the County receives from the State for this program so he was presenting the forms to the Board. Motion by Rudebusch seconded by Saathoff to authorize the Chairman to sign the No Change Certificate stating that the Local Emergency Operation Plan for Hamlin County has been reviewed by David Schaefer County Emergency Manager on Sept 22,2016 and Leland Roe the County Commission Chairperson on Oct 4,2016 In review of the Emergency Operations Plan we certify that there are no changes to this document. All members voting Aye. Motion Carried.Motion by Noem seconded by Baldwin the authorize the Chairman to sign the SD Office of Emergency Management 2017 Emergency Management performance Grant Subaward Agreement . All members voting Aye. Motion Carried.

NEW HIRE: Chris Schaefer Deputy Director of Equalization introduced Gayleen Rothenberger who had started on Oct 3 as the new clerical help in the Director of Equalization office.

RESIGNATION: The Board accepted the resignation of Jessica Williams as Deputy Treasurer effective Sept 30 and thanked her for her years of service.

The Board received a letter stating that Dale Foster and Scott Thompson would like to clean the ditch out from Kenny Fosters driveway to the first set of culverts south by corner of 190th St and 465th Ave.This is in the County right of way of the ditch. They would do the clean out themselves. The Board will wait until their meeting on Oct 18  when the Highway Supt will be present to take any action on such.

RESOLUTION: Motion by Noem seconded by Saathoff to pass Resolution 2016-44: A Resolution adopting the Hamlin County Five-Year Highway and Bridge Improvement Plan. Whereas, the SD Dept of Transportation Local Bridge and Improvement Grant fund requires that in order to be eligible to apply for Bridge Improvement Grant funds,


Counties are required to develop a five-year Highway and Bridge Improvement Plan,hereinafter referred to as Plan; and WHEREAS, Hamlin County has utilized the SD Dept of Transportation,County Staff, the First District Assoc. of Local Government, Townships , and the general public in developing the various components of the Plan; and WHEREAS, the Plan includes maps and lists identifying an inventory of highways and bridges, project needs, and revenue sources; and WHEREAS, Hamlin County held a public meeting on Sept 6,2016 to solicit input into the Plan, and the citizens who attended expressed an interest in the Plan; and WHEREAS, the County will be able to use the Plan as a tool to budget for transportation enhancements and better coordinate transportation issues with other entitites: NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED BY THE HAMLIN COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS THAT THE HAMLIN COUNTY FIVE-YEAR HIGHWAY AND BRIDGE IMPROVEMENT PLAN IS HEREBY ADOPTED AND IS RECOGNIZED AS THE HIGHWAY AND BRIDGE IMPROVEMENT PLAN FOR HAMLIN COUNTY. Dated at Hayti SD this 4th day of Oct ,2016 Leland Roe Hamlin County Commissioner Chairman Attest: Dixie Opdahl Hamlin County Auditor

TIF: Jason Aho, Mayor of Lake Norden and Tobin Morris of Dougherty & Company LLC met with the Board. Also present was Ted Haeder and Luke Mueller of First District Assoc. Agropur Inc. is presently looking at the Lake Norden site for a possible expansion project. They were requesting if the County would help by letting them use the County name to form a tax increment. Mr. Morris explained how a tax increment works and that the County has no liability of such. The Board stated they would like to help with any economic development within the County if they can and as the project continues to keep them informed as they are willing to consider such.

SCHOOL RESOURCE OFFICER AGREEMENT: Motion by Rudebusch seconded by Saathoff to authorize the Chairman to sign the School Resource Officer Agreement with Castlewood School for $520.00 per month during the school calendar year and the County will provide 180 hours during the 2016-2017 school calendar year. All members voting Aye. Motion Carried.

CONTINENCY TRANSFER: Motion by Noem seconded by Baldwin to make a transfer from the Continency Budget of 800.00 to the Animal Bounty Budget as allowed by law. All members voting aye. Motion Carried.

MEETING DATE CHANGE: the Board changed the Commission meeting dates to Nov 10 and Nov 22 due to the General Election.

PLAT: Motion by Noem seconded by Saathoff to approve the following Plat of Yonker Addition in the South East Quarter of Section 21 Township 114 North, Range 52 West of the 5th PM Hamlin County. All members voting Aye. Motion carried.

HIGHWAY DEPT: Bryan Pedersen Highway Supt  left the following information for the Board stating  the pilings are drove in and forming for the end abutments are being done on the bridge northwest of Castlewood . Cost of the bridge will be 101,000 for the county’s share. He had checked with Forterra Pipe & Precast concerning the  cost of the culverts by Estelline for two on the south side (9’x6’) would be 70,814.00 and one north (11’x5’) would be 39,028.00 for a total cost of 109,843.10 for just culverts, not installation and Forterra stated it would be one and half months after order is placed to be delivered. Motion by Saathoff to put in all three culverts. Motion died for lack of a second.

FUEL QUOTES: Sept 26 in Hayti Diesel Hamlin Co Farmers Coop 1.72 Farmers Union 1.75 Sept 26 in Hazel Diesel Hamlin Co Farmers Coop 1.74 Farmers Union 1.75 All quotes do not contain some taxes.

CLAIMS PAID: Commissioners: Remittance Center Audit 16,003.85 Jay Baldwin mileage 10.08 Dakotan publishing 175.72 Hamlin County Publishing 428.30 Leland Roe mileage 16.80 Douglas Noem mileage 75.60 Randall Rudebusch  mileage 28.56 Larry Saathoff mileage 47.04 Total gross salaries for complete dept 4250.00 benefits 1710.02 Total Commissioners expense 22,745.97

COURT: Carmen Bremmon Interpretor fee 1175.00 mileage 193.20

AUDITOR:Herald Enterprise sub 35.00 ITC phone 46.17 PMB phone 5.43 W.W. Tire supp 27.46 Total gross salaries for complete dept 3901.27 benefits 298.45 Total Auditors expense 4313.78

TREASURER: Connecting Point computer repairs 74.50 ITC phone 95.62 Jurgens Printing supp 296.00 W.W. Tire supp 27.46 Total gross salaries for complete dept 7417.05 benefits 2002.86 Total Treasurers expense 9913.49

POSTAGE COPIES: Claritus postage machine supp 242.04 Total Funds by Halser courthouse postage 2000.00 Nespost postage meter rental two months 444.86 Total Postage & copies expense 2686.90

COLLECTION AGENCY: Noll Collection Service fee 13.50

STATES ATTORNEY: Childs Voice Route prof serv 175.00 Delzer Law Secretary 600.00 ITC phone 86.70 Wal Mart supp 46.29 total gross salaries for complete dept 4233.33 benefits 1236.78 Total States Attorney expense 6378.10

COURT APPOINTED ATTORNEY: Bratland Law 1076.40 Fox & Youngberg 191.32 Green,Roby ,Oviatt 763.60 Harmelink,Fox & Ravnsborg 176.36 Koletzky Law 261.60 Total Court appointed attorney expense 2469.28

COURTHOUSE MAINT: Bass Sanitation quarterly garbage serv 190.00 Culligan supp 63.50 Hayti Town water & sewer 47.50 Hillyard supp 185.07 Lake City Fire repairs 97.27 Menards supp 165.08 Northwestern Energy Util 51.02 Star Laundry floor mats 280.46 Wal Mart supp 99.84 Total gross salaries for complete dept 2396.80 benefits 780.64 Total Courthouse Maint expense 4357.18

ASSESSOR: Ramkota lodging 479.95 ITC phone 130.69 McLeods Printing supp 58.74 Office Peeps supp 196.77 total gross salaries for complete dept 6520.97 benefits 2154.97 Total Assessors expense 9542.09

REGISTER OF DEEDS: ITC phone 50.57 Microfilm Imaging rental 492.00 PMB Util .88 W.W. Tire supp 27.46 total gross salaries for complete dept 4287.40 benefits 1780.59 total Register of Deeds expense 6638.90

VETERANS SERVICE: Ramkota Lodging 171.00 Visa Gas 30.00 gross salaries for complete dept 950.00 benefits 274.10 Total Veterans Service expense 1425.10

ANIMAL BOUNTY: Cleveland Township gopher bounty 748.00

SHERIFF:A&D Graphics repairs 20.00 Farmers Union Gas 281.51 ITC phone 223.81 Lake City Fire repairs 76.27 McLeods Printing supp 46.66 S&S Auto repairs 1166.17 SD DOT gas 562.39 Streichers supp 129.97 Sioux Falls Two Way repairs 137.50 Equipment 1100.00 W.W. Tire supp 379.60 Wal Mart supp 9.06 Visa supp 750.74 total gross salaries for complete dept 20,425.14 benefits 3788.95 Total Sheriffs expense 29,097.77

JAIL: Codington County Jail 3600.00

CORONERS: Terry Sorensen mileage 27.30 Fee 100.00 benefit 7.65 Total Coroners expense 134.95

POOR:Codington County prisoners care 187.53 Coteau Des Prairies Hospital prisoners care 118.00 Sisseton Dental Clinic prisoners care 290.00 Total Poor expense 595.53

NURSE: Total gross salaries for complete dept 2273.67 benefits 967.86 Donna Eide travel 11.00 Total Nurses expense 3252.53

LIEAP: Interlakes Community Action worker 292.25 ITC phone 47.77

MENTALLY ILL: Mental Health Care Lewis & Clark Behavioral 160.00 Lincoln County 130.50 Minnehaha County 36.00 Yankton County 116.25 total mentally Ill expense 116.25

RECREATION: Chris Lather Hazel Recreation 500.00 Roys Sport Shop Hayti Recreation 199.99

EXTENSION: Joann Fischer help 72.00 Hodges Badge Co supp 602.00 ITC phone 157.12 Lake City repairs 7.00 Office Peeps supp 85.15 Mary Claire Roudabush travel 398.60 W.W. Tire supp 27.46 Deb Goebel travel 15.00 total gross salaries for complete total 2503.67 benefits 995.40 Total Extension expense 4863.40

WEED: Crop Production weed chemical 8550.00 Farmers Union Diesel 423.34 Roger Greenfield mileage 30.24 Hamlin Co Farmers Coop gas 127.68 Kristy Hollenbeck mileage 39.48 ITC phone 92.12 James Anderson mileage 5.88 Lake City Fire repairs 189.08 Menards supp 244.93 Gene Sauder mileage 14.28 W.W. Tire supp 664.16 Wal Mart supp 5.88 Total gross salaries for complete dept 6697.67 benefits 694.79 Total Weed expense 17,779.53

ZONING: Dakotan publishing 17.94 Farm & Home Publishing directory 26.00 Hamlin County Publishing 34.38 ITC phone 48.72 Kenneth Struckman mileage 10.92 Neal Opdahl mileage 5.04 Richard Wiarda mileage 7.56 Wal Mart supp 32.09 AT&T cell phone 69.30 Total gross salaries for complete dept 1150.00 benefits 347.61 Total Zoning expense 1749.56

ROAD: Bryant City Util 21.78 Butler parts 165.40 Clark Engineering prof serv 7500.00 Bass Sanitation quarterly garbage serv 190.00 Diamond Mowers parts 337.74 Duininck Inc hot mix 1824.51 Estelline City Util 12.00 F.J. McLaughlin hot mix 161.00 Farmers Union fuel 3851.34 Hamlin Co Farmers Coop Supp 26.00 Fuel 3156.20 LP 86.77 Hamlin Bldg Center supp 146.32 parts 25.98 Hayti Town water & sewer 35.50 ITC phone 136.59 Jebro Inc road oil 11,724.52 John Hurley Excavation repairs  6000.00 supp 1200.00 JW Roll Off Service repairs 295.75 Menards supp 82.48 Ottertail Power Util 27.22 R.K.Auto supp 205.63 parts 129.09 Radiant Heat supp 400.00 SD DOT prof serv 1348.76 Bridge Prof 5118.22 State Treasurer excise tax 422.93 Sturdevant supp 94.27 Sioux Falls Two Way repairs 97.48 W.W. Tire repairs 2148.11 Wheelco supp 30.08 parts 568.45 AT&T cell phone 71.21 Northwestern Energy Util 24.07 total  gross salaries for complete dept 30,155.07 benefits 10,964.44 Total Road Expense 88,784.91

911:ITC trunking charge 374.33 Lyle Signs supp 173.75 Sioux Falls Two Way repairs 930.90 Watertown City 911 fees collected sent to them 4570.78

AG BUILDING: Hayti Town water & sewer 35.50 John Hurley Excavation repairs 505.10 ITC phone 87.07 Northwestern Energy Util 10.00 Scotting Heating & Cooling repairs 227.46 Total Ag Bldg expense 865.13

EMERGENCY & DISASTER:Hamlin Bldg Center supp 3.79 ITC phone 153.18 Lake City Fire repairs 42.00 Rovicks Detailing repairs 80.00 Visa Supp 131.44 total gross salaries for complete dept 3383.67 benefits 976.39 Total Emergency & Disaster expense 4770.47

REGISTER OF DEEDS: Microfilm Imaging State Fund scanning 1080.00

WIC: Total gross salaries for complete dept 50.00 benefit 6.47

24/7: total gross salaries for complete dept 750.00 benefits 88.87

BOOKMOBILE: total gross salaries for complete dept 3920.40 benefits 412.43

 

Meeting adjourned at noon until Oct 18,2016 at 9:30 am  in the Commissioners Room County Courthouse at Hayti.

 

CHAIRMAN___________________

Leland Roe Chairman of the Board

 

ATTEST: _____________________

Dixie Opdahl Hamlin County Auditor

It is the policy of Hamlin County SD not to discriminate on the basis of color,national origin,sex,religion,age or disability in employment or the provision of service.

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Lake Poinsett South Dakota Water Level


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Hamlin County Board of Commissioners met on Sept 20

                                                                       Sept 20,2016

UNAPPROVED MINUTES: The Hamlin County Board of Commissioners met on Sept 20 with the following members present: Roe, Rudebusch, Saathoff, Baldwin and Noem. No one absent.

The Chairman led the Board in the Pledge of Allegiance.

AGENDA: Motion by Saathoff seconded by Rudebusch to approve the agenda as posted. All members voting Aye. Motion carried.

MINUTES: Motion by Rudebusch seconded by Baldwin to approve the minutes of Sept 6 All members voting Aye. Motion Carried.

LEGISLATIVE AUDIT:Glenda Goens of Legislative Audit went over the audit she had just completed of Hamlin County. Motion by Noem seconded by Saathoff to authorize the Chairman to sign the letter of management to SD Dept of Leislative Audit. All members voting Aye. Motion Carried.

HIGHWAY DEPT: Bryan Pedersen Highway Supt met with the Board. John Delzer States Attorney was also present.   The culvert installation north of Hayti is completed. The department has started mowing road ditches. He presented the Hydraulic Data Sheet prepared by Clark Engineering for culverts located one mile north of Estelline on 465th Ave. Several culverts are in this road. Commissioner Saathoff wants two more culverts installed between the other culverts , cost for just culverts would be 70,000 In a flood year the water would still probably go over the road but it goes off in a short time. Commissioner Saathoff wanted the road budget checked about the cost savings on the mat overlay project could maybe be used for these culverts. He also wanted to know how long it would take to get these culverts.

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Hamlin County Courthouse

Hamlin County Board of Commissioners met on Sept 6

                                                                               Sept 6,2016

UNAPPROVED MINUTES: The Hamlin County Board of Commissioners met on Sept 6 with the following members present: Roe, Rudebusch,Saathoff, Baldwin and Noem. No one absent.

The Chairman led the Board in the Pledge of Allegiance.

AGENDA: Motion by Saathoff seconded by Noem to approve the agenda as posted. All members voting aye. Motion Carried.

MINUTES: Motion by Rudebusch seconded by Baldwin to approve the minutes of August 23 All members voting Aye. Motion Carried.

HIGHWAY DEPT: Bryan Pedersen Highway Supt met with the Board. He presented a bid letting authorization from the DOT for approval. Motion by Rudebusch seconded by Saathoff to authorize the Chairman to sign the Letting Authorization for Project BRO 8029 (23) the DOT estimate for the bridge project is 449,811 with the State paying 80% and the County 20% . All members voting Aye. Motion Carried. The DOT will now advertise the project for bids.The State has finished all the paint striping of roads. The culvert work is done in Cleveland Township and the one north of Hayti will be starting soon. Clark Engineering has checked north of Hidewood Creek by Estelline 465th where the railing has been broken and five posts are broken. They stated it could only be repaired with meeting the federal standards or can not be done. The contractor has moved in to do the bridge northwest of Castlewood. The contractor is a month behind schedule. The County will selvage the bridge  planks on this. It was a historical bridge and advertised but no bids received. Paul Leiseth and States Attorney John Delzer are present and discussed culverts in Oxford Township on 182nd and on 183rd. John will check with Pierre concerning both of these projects because they were done with FEMA money and he will report back to Board.

ROAD PLAN: The hearing was held as advertised to discuss and receive public input on the development of the Hamlin County Five Year County Highway and Bridge

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