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Hamlin County Board of Commissioners met on April 18

                                                              April 18,2017

UNAPPROVED MINUTES: The Hamlin County Board of Commissioners met on April 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 Rudebusch seconded by Saathoff to approve the agenda as posted. All members voting Aye Motion Carried.

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

The Board then took their Oath as an Equalization Board and convened as such. Chris Schafer Assessor,  Gayleen Rothenberger Deputy Assessor  and John Delzer States Attorney met with the Board.

Douglas & Marilyn Amen did not appear. They appealed the E 25’ of Lot 35 and all of 36 and 37 less E 25’ of Lot 37 in Nitteberg Beach Norden Twp. They felt their assessment was too high based on comparable neighboring properties and functional obsolescence of cabin. Value on cabin was 202,985 lot 57142 Assessor found it was not equalized with comparables and recommended cabin at 146,149 lot 57142 Motion by Noem seconded by Rudebusch to accept the Assessors recommendation . All members voting Aye. Motion Carried.

Timothy & Ann De Lay did not appear but appealed Lots 16 and 16A on Nelsons Beach in Estelline Twp.Cabin value was 63,635 lot 38,665 They stated it is a 450 square foot shed used for storage. It has no water or sewer. After the Assessor reviewed property and confirmed shed has no interior finish with no plumbing. He recommended a value comparable to detached garage of 36,099 for cabin and 38,665 for lot.   Motion by Rudebusch seconded by Saathoff to approve the recommendation of the Assessor. All members voting aye. Motion Carried.

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Hamlin County Board of Commissioners met on April 4

                                                                           April 4,2017

UNAPPROVED MINUTES: the Hamlin County Board of Commissioners met on April 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 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 March 21,2017 All members voting Aye. Motion Carried.

HIGHWAY DEPT: Bryan Pedersen Highway Supt met with the Board. He stated there were two old bills that the County had sent out and have not been able to collect. The Board stated to turn them over to the States Attorney. Bryan presented a adjusted price on Hot Mix from Duininck Inc to 67.00 per ton which they had bid at 75.00 per ton. The Board stated the Estelline Grader should be at the Hayti Shop if they are also going to use it for some in Norden Township and to take it back to Estelline in the winter time. The Board stated to send all of the blade men to a workshop coming up.

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Hamlin County Board of Commissioners met on March 21

March 21,2017

UNAPPROVED MINUTES: The Hamlin County Board of Commissioners met on March 21 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 Noem seconded by Rudebusch to approve the minutes of March 7 All members voting Aye. Motion Carried.

HIGHWAY DEPT: Bryan Pedersen Highway Supt met with the Board. He presented two applications to bore under county roads. He also presented all the bids received for the yearly supply of products.

TILING: Motion by Noem seconded by Saathoff to authorize the Chairman to sign the request by Leonard Kopman for boring under County Road 191 in Section 12 of Garfield Township for an 8” drainage tile . All members voting Aye. Motion carried.

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Proposed Boating Restrictions from GF&P

 

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.

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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Apr

Hamlin County Board of Commissioners met on April 18

                                                              April 18,2017

UNAPPROVED MINUTES: The Hamlin County Board of Commissioners met on April 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 Rudebusch seconded by Saathoff to approve the agenda as posted. All members voting Aye Motion Carried.

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

The Board then took their Oath as an Equalization Board and convened as such. Chris Schafer Assessor,  Gayleen Rothenberger Deputy Assessor  and John Delzer States Attorney met with the Board.

Douglas & Marilyn Amen did not appear. They appealed the E 25’ of Lot 35 and all of 36 and 37 less E 25’ of Lot 37 in Nitteberg Beach Norden Twp. They felt their assessment was too high based on comparable neighboring properties and functional obsolescence of cabin. Value on cabin was 202,985 lot 57142 Assessor found it was not equalized with comparables and recommended cabin at 146,149 lot 57142 Motion by Noem seconded by Rudebusch to accept the Assessors recommendation . All members voting Aye. Motion Carried.

Timothy & Ann De Lay did not appear but appealed Lots 16 and 16A on Nelsons Beach in Estelline Twp.Cabin value was 63,635 lot 38,665 They stated it is a 450 square foot shed used for storage. It has no water or sewer. After the Assessor reviewed property and confirmed shed has no interior finish with no plumbing. He recommended a value comparable to detached garage of 36,099 for cabin and 38,665 for lot.   Motion by Rudebusch seconded by Saathoff to approve the recommendation of the Assessor. All members voting aye. Motion Carried.

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Apr

Hamlin County Board of Commissioners met on April 4

                                                                           April 4,2017

UNAPPROVED MINUTES: the Hamlin County Board of Commissioners met on April 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 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 March 21,2017 All members voting Aye. Motion Carried.

HIGHWAY DEPT: Bryan Pedersen Highway Supt met with the Board. He stated there were two old bills that the County had sent out and have not been able to collect. The Board stated to turn them over to the States Attorney. Bryan presented a adjusted price on Hot Mix from Duininck Inc to 67.00 per ton which they had bid at 75.00 per ton. The Board stated the Estelline Grader should be at the Hayti Shop if they are also going to use it for some in Norden Township and to take it back to Estelline in the winter time. The Board stated to send all of the blade men to a workshop coming up.

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Mar

Hamlin County Board of Commissioners met on March 21

March 21,2017

UNAPPROVED MINUTES: The Hamlin County Board of Commissioners met on March 21 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 Noem seconded by Rudebusch to approve the minutes of March 7 All members voting Aye. Motion Carried.

HIGHWAY DEPT: Bryan Pedersen Highway Supt met with the Board. He presented two applications to bore under county roads. He also presented all the bids received for the yearly supply of products.

TILING: Motion by Noem seconded by Saathoff to authorize the Chairman to sign the request by Leonard Kopman for boring under County Road 191 in Section 12 of Garfield Township for an 8” drainage tile . All members voting Aye. Motion carried.

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Mar

Hamlin County Board of Commissioners met on March 7

                                                                      March 7,2017

UNAPPROVED MINUES: the Hamlin County Board of Commissioners met on March 7 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 Feb. 21 All members voting Aye. Motion Carried.

VETERANS SERVICE: David Schaefer Veterans Service Officer presented a plaque to LeAnn Archer for her publishing all the Veterans news articles such as Employers who hire Vets, Legion meetings, Medal awards for Veterans. She gives good coverage and at no cost for such. She thanked David for all his work for the Veterans.

HIGHWAY DEPT: Bryan Pedersen Highway Supt met with the Board. Bryan discussed the culvert north of Hayti which will again be discussed by North Marsh Watershed when they hold their annual meeting. Bryan discussed the bridges and culverts and the rating of such for the State Program. Clark Engineering could meet with the Board and explain the different ratings. The Board requested Bryan to have Clark Engineering at the next meeting. Bryan presented his plan of the work to do this year such as bridges and mat overlay. This also depends on when the State bids such and when each will be done as to the County’s share. The Board agreed with his plan and to proceed with such. Commissioner Rudebusch brought up the situation of the mail boxes along the county road in Castlewood City which were installed when the road was done with the post office saying where they should be. Some feel the mail boxes are blocking the sidewalk. This is being checked out by the postal department.

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Hamlin County Board of Commissioners met on Feb 21

                                                                                    Feb. 21,2017

UNAPPROVED MINUTES: the Hamlin County Board of Commissioners met on Feb 21,2017 with the following members present: Roe, Rudebusch, Saathoff, Baldwin and Noem.

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 Noem seconded by Baldwin to approve the minutes of  of Feb. 7 with the following correction of Chad Schlotterbeck Sheriff stated he felt the contract law amount should stay the same at 29.00 per hour. All members voting Aye. Motion Carried.

PRE-DISASTER MITIGATION PLAN: Motion by Saathoff seconded by Baldwin to authorize the Chairman to sign a letter applying for a grant from the State of SD to help with the cost of updating and revising Hamlin County Pre-Disaster Mitigation Plan. All members voting Aye. Motion Carried.

FUEL QUOTE: Feb. 15 in Hazel #1 Diesel Farmers Union 1.95 Hamlin Co Farmers Coop 1.96 All quotes do not contain certain taxes

CLAIMS PAID: Jutting Grocery meeting supplies 25.74 SDACO Part of Register of Deeds fees to state M&P Fund 254.00 Verizon Emergency & Disaster cell phone 122.71 Verizon Sheriff cell phones & air cards 470.20 Century Link trunking charge for 911 towers 338.03

STATE REMITTANCES: Money sent to the State: Motor Vehicle License 139,811.10 Blood tests 420.00 Quarterly payment nurses contract 1545.00 Human Service Center Yankton 868.12 Drivers License 652.00 Birth Fees 150.00 Death Fees 150.00 Total sent to state 143,596.22

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Feb

Hamlin County Board of Commissioners met on Feb. 7

                                                                  Feb. 7,2017

UNAPPROVED MINUTES: the Hamlin County Board of Commissioners met on Feb. 7 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 Noem seconded by Baldwin to make the following change in minutes referring to meeting being held on Jan. 11 instead of Jan. 10 and then to approve the minutes of Jan. 24. All members voting aye. Motion Carried.

HIGHWAY DEPT: Bryan Pederson Highway Supt met with the Board. He stated the load limits resolution which was approved in Dec. will be sent to Pierre. Bryan informed the Board that the DOT Commission did not fund the small structures and large culvert proposal as presented to them because they do not feel this would be in their best interest to take funds from the State Highway Fund and spend it on the township system. The DOT Commission does not feel that enough townships are taking advantage of the 50 cent per thousand they were allowed to increase taxes from Senate Bill 1 Bryan requested permission to attend the short course on March 28-30 in Deadwood and if he and the crew could attend the safety meeting put on by the insurance company at no cost but a meal on Feb. 28 in Watertown which this is required. The Board approved both requests. He stated that they could get a John Deere tractor for 4000.00 rent for 300 hours for mowing or last year Case let them use one for free. He will wait to hear more on such. He presented a map with the daily average traffic counts done on the roads by the DOT . He also presented the annual report of the highway dept which shows all work done on each road, each piece of machinery and costs to run each and all work done for townships and on bridges. March 21 was set for the bid letting on the annual supplies. Five highway workers met with the Board to discuss salaries, longevity,sick leave and health insurance benefits. The Board will review such.

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Feb

Proposed Boating Restrictions from GF&P

 

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Hamlin County Board of Commissioners met on Jan. 11

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Hamlin County Board of Commissioners met on Dec. 20

                                                                           Dec. 20,2016

UNAPPROVED MINUTES: the Hamlin County Board of Commissioners met on Dec. 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 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 Dec. 6 All members voting Aye. Motion Carried.

HIGHWAY DEPT: Bryan Pedersen Highway Supt met with the Board. Bryan submitted two utility installation forms and a bridge improvement resolution for approval.

Motion by Noem seconded by Rudebusch to approve the following installation within the public right of way for Basin Construction & Drain tiling for Norden Township Section 14 and 15 – 53W County Road 452nd to install a 6” yellowmine pipe for drainage to bore under road and for Brantford Township Section 36-115-55 known as Mustang Ave to install a drain tile pipe 8” to bore under road. All members voting aye. Motion Carried.

BRIDGE: Motion by Saathoff seconded by Baldwin to authorize the Chairman to sign the Bridge Improvement Grant Program Resolution authorizing submission of application for Bridge Structure 29-277-140 located 1.3 miles west and 2 miles north of Estelline over Hidewood Creek . All members voting aye. Motion Carried.

BRIDGE INSPECTIONS: Adam Polley and Steve Myer of Clark Engineering discussed their inspections of all the county bridges in Hamlin County. Each bridge had pictures and recommendations for the future.

ZONING: Cheslie Gustafson Zoning Officer and John Delzer States Attorney met with the Board concerning the zoning fees. The Zoning Board had recommended the fees be 10% of the cost of materials. The Board discussed such and will discuss again at the Jan. meetings.

JANITOR: Cheslie Gustafson Janitor met with the Board concerning getting an  electrical outlet installed on first floor because it is blowing breakers. Approximate cost 200.00 She also discussed that the insurance company had recommended lighted exit signs for the courthouse . Approximate cost of 200.00 each or could try reflective signs.  The Board approved such.

WEED DEPT: Robert Feldhus Weed Supervisor, Weed Board members James Anderson,Gene Sauder and Roger Greenfield met with the Board and discussed the weed program. The School grant and the pocket gopher program were discussed . The Weed Board will discuss such and meet with the Commissioners again on Jan. 24.

GAME,FISH & PARKS: Dan Nelson from the Dept of Game Fish and Parks gave a yearly report of their work in Hamlin County. They had traveled 1200 miles and spent 163 hours trapping. The county has to by law pay the State 3133.20 to do this which is based on the number of cattle and sheep in the County.

PUBLIC DEFENDER CONTRACT: John Delzer States Attorney and Gary Schumacher Deputy States Attorney were present. Motion by Noem seconded by Baldwin to authorize the Chairman to sign the Public Defender Contract with Bratland Law for the year of 2017 at the rate authorized by statute currently $94.00 per hour if needed in court. All members voting aye. Motion Carried.

JAN MEETINGS: The Board set Jan. 10 and Jan. 24 as meeting dates.

LOAD LIMITS: The Board approved leaving the load limits the same as last year. All county asphalt roads will be posted 7 tons per axle with the exception of County Road 185 from County Road 438 west to the county line and County Road 181 from Hazel SD west to the county line. These will be posted at 7 tons per axle with a total of a 40 ton gross. All county gravel surface roads will be posted as needed.

FUEL QUOTES: Dec. 12 in Hayti #1 Diesel Hamlin Co Farmers Coop 2.04 Farmers Union 1.95 Dec. 14 in Hazel and Bryant #1 Diesel Hamlin Co Farmers Coop 2.02 Farmers Union 2.00 All quotes do not contain some taxes.

CLAIMS PAID: COMMISSIONERS: Jay Baldwin mileage 10.08 Leland Roe mileage 8.40 Douglas Noem mileage 25.20 Randall Rudebusch mileage 28.56 Larry Saathoff mileage 23.52 Total Commissioners expense 95.76

AUDITOR: Hamlin Co Highway Dept repairs 47.72 Office Peeps supp 162.02 PMB phone 4.50 Visa supplies 74.00 Birch Communication phone 8.31 Total Auditor expense 296.55

TREASURER: Connecting Point computer repairs 40.00 Hamlin Co Highway repairs 47.71 Office Peeps supp 12.57 Birch Communication phone 14.93 Total Treasurer expense 115.21

POSTAGE COPIES: Office Peeps Copy machine maint. 33.60

COLLECTION AGENCY: Noll Collection Service fee 12.50

COURT APPOINTED ATTORNEY: Bratland Law 1582.40 Horn Law 206.40 Yankton County 116.25

COURTHOUSE MAINT: Bass Sanitation quarterly garbage serv 190.00 Hamlin Bldg Center supp 15.66 Hamlin Co Highway repairs 892.99 Hillyard supp 46.11 Northwestern Energy Heat 731.96 Ottertail Power Elect 694.53 Total Courthouse Maint expense 2571.25

ASSESSOR: Hamlin Co Highway gas 16.47 Visa Supp 40.31 Birch Communication phone 21.41

REGISTER OF DEEDS: Hamlin Co Highway repairs 47.72 PMB fax .98 Birch Communication phone 14.28

VETERANS SERVICE: Visa Gas 30.00

ANIMAL BOUNTY: Gopher bounty Garfield Twp 304.00 Hayti Twp 110.00 Oxford Twp 972.00

SHERIFF: Estelline Community oil gas 1426.70 Farmers Union gas 473.67 SD DOT gas 672.86 Verizon cell phones and air cards 470.57 Visa supp 21.39 Total Sheriffs expense 3065.19

JAIL: Codington County jail 5005.00

CORONER: Terry Sorensen mileage 31.08

POOR: Codington County prisoners medicine10.35

MENTALLY ILL: Lincoln County 108.00

RECREATION: Wesley Grantham Hayti Recreation 100.00

EXTENSION: Hamlin Co Highway repairs 47.72 National 4-H supp 28.19 Office Peeps supp 243.59 SDAE Dues 60.00 Visa supp 41.97 Birch Communication phone 7.28 Total Extension expense 428.75

WEED: Roger Greenfield mileage 28.56 Hamlin Co Highway repairs 47.72 Hayti Town water 327.50 Kristy Hollenbeck mileage 17.64 James Anderson mileage 5.88 PMB util.44 Birch communication phone 14.67 Total Weed expense 442.41

ZONING PMB .07 LIEAP Birch Communication 8.42

ROAD: Basin Construction supp 2558.85 Bryant City Util 32.54 Butler supp 158.54 Bass Sanitation quarterly garbage service 190.00 Diesel Machinery parts 3191.40 Estelline Community Oil fuel 3976.12 LP 181.01 Farmers Union Fuel 5032.90 Forterra Pipe cement culverts 103,958.90 Hamlin Bldg Center  supp 70.36 J&L Welding repairs 9.08 supp 52.53 parts 40.26 Menards supp 9.88 Northwestern Energy Util 52.41 Office Peeps supp 113.67 RK Auto parts 172.35 SD Federal property supp 16.00 SDDOT engineering 3481.27 bridge prof 2130.76 repairs 6988.75 Sturdevants supp 29.05 Total Road expense 132,446.63

911: Centurylink trunking charge 338.12 Hamlin Co Highway gas 33.32 Watertown City 911 fees collected 4536.57

AG BUILDING: Bury Plumbing repairs 400.05 Hamlin Co Highway Dept repairs 832.06 Hayti Town water & sewer 35.50 J&L Welding supp 43.13 Menards supp 222.33 Northwestern Energy heat 145.94 Ottertail Power Elect 49.14 Total Ag Bldg expense 1728.15

EMERGENCY & DISASTER: Hamlin Co Highway Gas 111.37 Macs Supp 49.99 Visa Supp 52.95 Verizon cell phone 122.74 total Emergency & Disaster 337.05

M&P FUND: REGISTER OF DEEDS state fund Microfilm Imaging Systems 399.60 State Fund 234.00

LAW LIBRARY:Thomson Reuters Law Library 190.50

EXTENSION AGING MINI GRANT Visa equipment 645.96

STATE REMITTANCES: money sent to State: Motor Vehicle License 107,460.75 Blood Tests 70.00 Human Service Center Yankton 591.90 Drivers License 763.00 Birth fees 70.00 Death Fees 110.00 Total sent 109,065.65

The Board gave permission for the Auditor to pay any fuel bills submitted before year end so the Highway Dept inventory would be correct.

CONTINENCY TRANSFER: Motion by Noem seconded by Saathoff to make the following continency transfers of 37,860.00 from continency budget to the following budgets of Commissioner 2700.00 Election 2500.00 Court 1500.00 States Attorney 5900.00 Court Appointed Attorney 2400.00 Register of Deeds 300.00 Animal Bounty 1500.00 Jail 4000.00 LIEAP 60.00 Nurses 2500.00 Mentally Ill 500.00 Weed 14,000.00 as this is allowed within the budget. All members voting Aye. Motion carried.

CASH TRANSFER: Motion by Noem seconded by Saathoff to move 300,000 cash from General Fund to Road Fund and to move 651,741 from General to Designated and also to recommit the designated amount of 1,992,195 for bridges and overlays, also to make an automatic supplement to State Grant 101-334 for grant received of 3570.23 All members voting Aye. Motion Carried.

WHEEL TAX yearly to Townships & Cities and Towns: Castlewood Twp 771.91 Brantford 1814.66 Garfield 1096.92 Hamlin Twp 893.79 Dempster 1056.29 Florence 853.16 Hayti Twp 1137.55 Cleveland 934.41 Opdahl 1327.14 Dixon 1300.05 Norden Twp 1679.23 Oxford Twp 1245.88 Estelline Twp 1232.33 Castlewood City 225.94 Hazel Town 53.68 Bryant City 160.75 Lake Norden City 125.05 Estelline City 206.19 Hayti Town 97.67 Total 16,212.60

QUARTERLY CITIES ROAD TO CITIES AND TOWNS: Castlewood 388.65 Hazel 68.16 Bryant 223.54 Lake Norden 215.95 Hayti 293.80 Estelline City 428.85 total 1618.95

QUARTERLY MOTOR VEHICLE LICENSE TO CITIES AND TOWNS: Castlewood 2496.19 Bryant 1775.86 Hazel 593.55 Lake Norden 1382.07 Estelline 2278.17 Hayti Town 1078.57 Total 9604.41

QUARTERLY MOTOR VEHICLE LICENSE TO TOWNSHIPS: Castlewood 1980.99 Oxford 3197.40 Brantford 4657.08 Garfield 2815.10 Norden 4309.54 Estelline 3162.65 Hamlin 2293.79 Dempster 2710.84 Florence 2189.52 Hayti 2919.36 Cleveland 2398.05 Opdahl 3405.93 Dixon 3336.42 Total 39,376.67

YEARLY GAME LICENSE TO TOWNSHIPS: Castlewood 384.55 Oxford 620.75 Brantford 904.04 Garfield 546.47 Norden 836.57 Estelline 613.94 Hamlin 445.27 Dempster 526.23 Florence 425.03 Hayti 566.71 Cleveland 465.51 Opdahl 661.16 Dixon 647.67 Total 7643.90

EXECUTIVE SESSION: Motion by Rudebusch seconded by Saathoff to go into executive session at 12:10 for litigation purposes. All members voting Aye. Motion Carried. The Chairman declared them out at 12:40

Meeting adjourned at 1:10 pm until Jan. 10,2017 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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Dec

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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