The regular meeting of the City of Scotland was called to order by Mayor Curtis Hofer at 5:03pm on Monday, June 5, 2017. The following council members answered to roll call Joe Bouza, Ron Dvorak, Sean Barrett, and Tim Asche. Those council members absent were Randy Thum and H. Victor Settje. Others present were Finance Officer Tanya Bult, City Maintenance Employees Bob Green and Ray Beecher, Chief of Police Kirk McCormick, Peggy Schelske, Willie Patocka, DenAlta Patocka, and Kevin Kosorok. The minutes of last month’s meeting was approved upon a motion made by Barrett, second by Asche. All voted in favor. Motion carried.
Finance Officer’s Report - In May forty-eight notices of intent to disconnect service letters were mailed out with one being disconnected. May Building Permits: Jared Heisinger, Concrete Patio; Scotland School, Addition; Brian Johnson, Repair Shed, Sidewalks, Concrete Work. Agnes Thum offered to plant flowers in the landscape planter in front of the City Hall. After a brief discussion it was decided to add the landscape planter to the city planters every spring. Schoenfish Office will be here July 3-7 conducting a two year audit. The bills were presented and a motion was made by Dvorak, second by Bouza to approve the bills. All voted in favor. Motion carried.
City Bills Presented By:
AFLAC Employee Insurance $373.51
AMAZON Library Books & DVD's $188.60
ARAMARK CareGuard Mats: May $25.00
AUCH PLUMBING Swimming Pool $204.92
B-Y WATER DISTRICT 5,682,000 Gallons $17,731.20
CITY EMPLOYEE WAGES Finance Office $2,089.63
CITY EMPLOYEE WAGES Library $725.73
CITY EMPLOYEE WAGES Police $3,149.85
CITY EMPLOYEE WAGES Rubble Site $359.48
CITY EMPLOYEE WAGES Sewer $1,633.21
CITY EMPLOYEE WAGES Streets $2,327.84
CITY EMPLOYEE WAGES Summer Maintenance $474.25
CONNECTING POINTS Police: Seagate Backup $83.00
EMBE SIOUX FALLS Lifeguard Certification $216.50
FLOWERS & MORE 10 City Planters $395.00
GOLDEN WEST COMMUNICATIONS Phone, Internet, and Fax $433.51
HANSEN LOCKSMITHING Door Lock - Water Plant $760.00
IRS Employee Withholding $3,506.62
KIRK MCCORMICK Reimbursement: Cell Phone $50.00
LARSON SALES Mower Supplies $145.36
MAIN STOP Gasoline $557.30
MAXWELL COLONY Weed Spraying Cemetery/Park $1,370.00
MCLAURY ENGINEERING Tower Plans & Specifications $800.00
MEHLHAFF CONSTRUCTION Crushed Gravel - 21 loads $5,013.75
MICHELLE KASS Mileage - Library Institute $109.20
MYERS SANITATION Residential Garbage Service $4,880.75
NASASP Annual Membership Dues $39.00
NEUGEBAUER WELDING Welding - Batting Cage $227.50
NORTHWESTERN ENERGY Electricity / Natural Gas $5,098.47
SCHUURMANS FARM SUPPLY Cutter Deck Belt $87.96
SCOTLAND HARDWARE Repairs/Maint & Supplies $284.37
SCOTLAND JOURNAL Notices & Ads & Forms $597.99
SCOTLAND OIL CO Gasoline & Diesel $360.28
SCOTLAND REDI MIX Rip Rap Lagoon & Mortar Mix $5,021.00
SCOTTIE STOP Gasoline $74.77
SD DEPT OF REVENUE - SALES TAX Sales Tax - Garbage & Camping $507.79
SD DEPT OF REVENUE - WATER SAMPLE Samples - Water & Sewer $86.00
SD ONE CALL Line Locates - April $284.48
SD RETIREMENT Employee Retirement $1,627.49
SUPPLEMENTAL RETIREMENT Supplemental Employee Retirement $680.00
TYNDALL NAPA Knob $10.49
VERIZON Police Mobile Broadband $40.01
WELLMARK BLUECROSS BLUESHIELD Employee Health Insurance $2,779.92
Ambulance Bills Presented By:
AMBILL ASSOC Claims: April (12 ) $420.00
AMBULANCE WAGES On Call / Trips $1,218.64
IRS Employee Withholding $232.49
MAIN STREET CHECKS Expense Checks $136.61
MATHESON TRIGAS Oxygen $42.95
MICHAEL BEHL Adapter $31.90
MOTION INDUSTRIES Supplies $508.63
ONE OFFICE SOLUTION Office Supplies $53.78
S.A.A. Bills Presented By:
HARVE'S SPORT SHOP Supplies $645.57
JASON BIETZ Rake & Steel Drag $194.98
NORTHWESTERN ENERGY Electric $28.40
RETTEDAL'S DEPT STORE Teener & Town Team $885.00
SCOTLAND JOURNAL Coaches Ad $35.04
WYATT ADAM Mileage $196.14
Chief of Police - Traffic Enforcement - Speed: 3; Others: 7. Responded to - Civil: 2; Driving: 3; Medical: 2; Animal: 2; Juvenile: 3; Parking: 1; Welfare Check: 1; Funeral: 1; Open Door: 1; Misc: 1. Reports - Theft of Library Material; Firearm Return; DUII/Elude; Aggravated Assault - Domestic. Arrests - DUII/Elude; Domestic. Code Enforcement - Opened: 4. Closed: 1 Other - Bicycle Safety; Weather Awareness Training.
City Maintenance Employee Report - Pool is up and running. Water tower is running lower than normal. If it continues to run lower water restriction will follow. Patch mix is approx. two weeks out. Memorial Day flowers will be pulled Tuesday, June 6th.
Council Concerns/Committee Reports:
Bouza - Trees hanging over sidewalks.
Dvorak - None
Barrett - Pot holes.
Asche – Pulkrabek property on the highway.
Board of Adjustment:
Variance Side/Rear Yard Setback - William and DenAlta Patocka were requesting a variance to the side lot line setback and rear yard setback to build a woodworking garage/shed. Building a garage requires a 6 foot side lot line setback and is requesting a 3 foot allowance and a 5 foot rear yard setback and is requesting a 2 foot allowance. Variance, if granted, would be for a 3 foot side lot line setback from the property line instead of 8 feet and a 3 foot rear yard setback instead of 5 feet. The location of the property is 1131 First Street, Grants 2nd-W75’ of S 150’ of Blk 15, City of Scotland, Bon Homme County, South Dakota. A motion was made by Dvorak, second by Asche to approve the variance for the side and rear yard setback. All voted in favor. Motion carried.
Traffic Ordinance Amended Second Reading - A motion was made by Barrett, second by Dvorak to approve the second reading of the amended traffic ordinance no. 2017-02. All voted in favor. Motion carried.
ORDINANCE NO. 2017-02
“An ordinance regarding updating the provisions of Chapter 6”
BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY OF SCOTLAND, BON HOMME COUNTY, SOUTH DAKOTA, that present City Ordinance be amended to read as follows:
Title 6 Traffic Regulations, Moving and Non-Moving Traffic
Chapter 6.01 General Regulations
6.0101 Speed Limits
It is unlawful for any person to drive a vehicle upon any public street or thoroughfare at a speed greater than 20 miles per hour, unless otherwise posted.
6.0102 Stop signs, Traffic Signs
It is unlawful for any person to disobey any traffic sign or posting where such sign or posting is placed by authority of the Chief of Police. It is expressly provided hereby that the Chief of Police shall be empowered to post traffic signs or postings as are necessary for the conduct of safe traffic upon the streets and thoroughfares of the City of Scotland. The duration or permanency of such posting shall be subject to the discretion of the City Council, once the posting is so made by the Chief of Police under this authority.
It is unlawful for any person to drive a motor vehicle on a street or thoroughfare unless the motor vehicle is equipped with an exhaust system and a muffler both in good working condition and in constant operation to prevent excessive or unusual noise. No person may use a muffler cut-out on any motor vehicle upon a street or thoroughfare.
6.0104 Passing at Intersections
It is unlawful for the driver of any vehicle overtaking another vehicle to pass or attempt to pass the same at any intersection.
6.0105 Careless Driving
It is unlawful for a person to drive any vehicle upon any street, alley, public park, recreational area or upon the property of a public or private school within the City of Scotland carelessly and without due caution, at a speed or in a manner so as to endanger any person or property.
6.0106 Exhibition Driving
It is unlawful for a person to drive any vehicle upon a street, alley, public park, recreational area or upon the property of a public or private school within the City of Scotland in such a manner that creates or causes unnecessary engine noise, tire squeal, skid or slide upon acceleration or stopping; that simulates a temporary race; or that causes the vehicle to unnecessarily turn abruptly or sway.
6.0107 Expiration of license plates or validation stickers
It is unlawful for a person to operate a motor vehicle without the current license plate displaying the proper validation sticker.
6.0108 Driving while license is suspended
It is unlawful for any person to drive a motor vehicle on any street or thoroughfare at a time when his driving privilege is suspended.
6.0109 Driving while license is canceled
It is unlawful for any person to drive a motor vehicle on any street or thoroughfare at a time when his driving privilege is canceled.
6.0110 Driving without a driver’s license
It is unlawful for any person to drive a motor vehicle on any street or thoroughfare unless the person has a valid driver’s license.
6.0111 Open container in a motor vehicle
It is unlawful for any person occupying a motor vehicle located upon a public street, thoroughfare or right-of-way to consume any alcoholic beverage or have a package or any receptacle containing an alcoholic beverage in that person's possession unless the seal of the original package remains unbroken or the alcoholic beverage is so removed from the passenger area of the motor vehicle that no occupant of the motor vehicle has access to it
6.0112 Illegal Parking
It is unlawful for the driver of a vehicle to turn a vehicle so as to park the vehicle on the opposite side of the street from the direction of travel.
6.0113 Use of engine compression brakes
It is unlawful to use engine compression brakes in the city.
Violations of Chapter 6.01 shall be a misdemeanor and upon adjudication of guilt the driver of any vehicle violating this ordinance shall be fined up to one hundred twenty five dollars ($125.00) per occurrence.
Chapter 6.02 Parking of Vehicles
(A) It is be unlawful for the operator of any vehicle to stop, stand or park a vehicle in any of the following places or manners, except when to avoid conflict with other traffic or in compliance with the directions of a police officer or traffic control sign or signal:
1: within an intersection;
2: on a crosswalk;
3: outside the first line of cars parked to the curb, otherwise than temporarily for the purpose of and while actually engaged in loading or unloading;
4: within ten (10) feet of the intersection of curb lines;
5: within fifteen (15) feet of the driveway entrance to the fire station;
6: within ten (10) feet of a fire hydrant;
7: in front of a private driveway, except where such private driveway is on Main Street, between the intersection of Main Street and First Street and Main Street and Second Street;
8: on a curb;
9: on or obstructing a sidewalk;
10: alongside or opposite any street excavation or obstruction when such stopping, standing or parking would obstruct moving traffic;
11: to park in any place where the Chief of Police has by his/her authority under this title caused regulations against such parking to be posted;
12: other than parallel with the edge of the roadway, headed in the direction of lawful traffic movement, except where the street is marked or signed for angle parking; or
13: occupying or blocking any part of more than a single marked parking space.
(B): Disabled Parking - It is unlawful for the owner or operator of any vehicle not displaying a serial number certificate or special license plate to park or stop in a parking space, or block a parking space, on public or private property designated as reserved for a person with a physical disability.
(A) Any registered owner or operator of a vehicle parked in violation of Chapter 6.0201(A), is guilty of a misdemeanor and upon conviction shall be fined in accordance with the following schedule:
First Offense: $100
Second Offense: $150
Third Offense and above: $200
(B) Any person convicted of violating 6.0201(B) Disabled Parking shall be fined $200.
Chapter 6.03 Bicycles
The parent of any child and the guardian of any ward shall not authorize or knowingly permit any such child or ward to violate any of the provisions of this chapter.
The regulations in this Chapter, are applicable to bicycles, and shall apply whenever a bicycle is operated upon any street or thoroughfare in the City of Scotland.
6.0304 Traffic Regulations, Applicability
Every person operating a bicycle within the City of Scotland, shall be subject to the traffic regulations of the City applicable to the driver of a vehicle, except as to those which by their nature can have no application.
6.0305 Riding on Bicycles
A person operating a bicycle shall not ride other than upon or astride a firmly attached and regular seat, nor carry any other person upon such bicycle other than upon a firmly attached and regular seat, nor shall any person ride upon a bicycle other than as above authorized. No bicycle shall be used to carry more persons at one time than the number for which it is designated and equipped.
6.0306 Clinging to Vehicles
No person riding upon any bicycle shall attach the same or himself to any vehicle moving upon a street or thoroughfare in the City of Scotland.
6.0307 Riding in a Group
Persons operating bicycles upon a roadway shall not ride more than two abreast, except upon paths or parts of roadways set aside for the exclusive use of bicycles.
6.0308 Carrying Articles
No person operating a bicycle shall carry any package, bundle or article which prevents the rider from keeping both hands upon the handle bars.
No person shall park a bicycle upon a street other than upon the roadway against the curb or upon a sidewalk rack to support the bicycle or against a building or at the curb in such manner as to afford the least obstruction to pedestrian traffic.
6.0310 Lamps and Reflectors
Every bicycle, when in use at night, shall be equipped with a lamp on the front exhibiting a headlight visible from a distance of at least 100 feet in front and with a lamp on the rear exhibiting a light visible from a distance of 100 feet to the rear, except than an approved red reflector meeting the minimum requirements of the State Uniform Highway Traffic Act may be used in lieu thereof.
Every bicycle shall be equipped with a brake that will enable the operator thereof to make the braked wheel skid on dry, level or clear roadway.
(a) Every person, under 15 years of age, convicted of a violation of any of the provisions of this chapter shall have his/her bicycle impounded for a period not exceeding thirty (30) days for any one offense.
(b) Every person, over 15 years of age, convicted of a violation of any of the provisions of this chapter will be guilty of a misdemeanor and shall be fined $100.
Chapter 6.04 Truck Route
6.0401 Designated Truck Route
The following streets are designated Truck Route Streets.
(a) 4th Street (Highway 25) from the north city limits to the south city limits.
(b) Washington Street between 4th Street and the west city limits
(c) Curry Street between Washington Street and Main Street
(d) Railway Street between Main Street and Dollard Street
(e) Dollard Street between 4th Street and Railway Street.
6.0402 Vehicles Required to Utilize Truck Route
All vehicles with a gross vehicle weight (GVW) of 20,000 lbs. or more must use the designated truck route and it shall be unlawful for any said vehicle to be driven or parked upon any other public street or alleyway within the City limits of Scotland, South Dakota, other than those designated as part of the truck route established herein. Vehicles making truck cargo deliveries to Scotland businesses or residences may leave the designated truck routes for purposes of making deliveries or pickups, and shall leave and enter truck routes by the shortest possible route. School Buses are exempt.
All freight and stock trucks shall be parked in the City, only at such places as have been marked and designated by the Chief of Police for such parking, and shall in any case be parked parallel with the curb; provided however that this section shall not apply to light delivery trucks delivering goods from house to house and place to place.
Violations of 6.04 shall be a misdemeanor and upon adjudication of guilt the driver of any vehicles violating this ordinance shall be fined up to one hundred dollars ($100) per occurrence.
Chapter 6.05 Snowmobiles
(a) Operator: A person who operates or is in actual control of a snowmobile.
(b) Owner: Any person, other than a lienholder, having a property right in or title to a snowmobile and entitled to the use or possession thereof.
(c) Snowmobile: Any engine-driven vehicle of a type which utilizes sled-type runners, wheels, or skis, with an endless belt tread or similar means of contact with the surface upon which it is operated.
6.0502 Operation on Public Ways Generally
(a) No person shall operate a snowmobile on the portion of any right-of-way on any City street for motor vehicle travel, except the most right-hand lane which is used for vehicular traffic in the same direction other than on expressways or state highways. While operating on the most right-hand lane, at no time shall snowmobiles be operated two (2) or more abreast. Snowmobiles may operate in the road ditch where expressways or state highways are so configured within corporate limits.
(b) No person shall operate a snowmobile on any public sidewalk provided for pedestrian travel.
(c) Travel is permitted on alleys when traveling from place of storage to the nearest street.
6.0503 Operation on Private Property
No person shall operate a snowmobile on private property of another without the express permission to do so by the owner of said property.
6.0504 Operation in Recreational Areas
No person shall operate a snowmobile on public school grounds, park property, playgrounds, slide areas, recreational areas and skating rinks without the express permission to do so by the proper authority.
6.0505 Yielding Right-of-Way
At any street intersection not controlled by traffic sign, a snowmobile shall yield right-of-way to all other motor vehicles.
6.0506 Hours of Operation
It is unlawful for any person to operate a snowmobile between the hours of 10:00 P.M. and 6:00 A.M. of the following day, except that a driver may drive during this restricted time when he is coming into town to his residence or place of storage.
Any person violating any provision of Chapter 6.05, shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon conviction thereof, shall be fined in accordance with the following schedule:
First Offense: $100
Second Offense: $150
Third Offense: $250
Fourth and subsequent offenses: $500
Chapter 6.06 Snow Removal Parking Regulations
6.0601 Definitions: Snow Removal Alerts.
(A) Snow Removal Alert: Such times as there is a snow accumulation on the public streets of two (2) inches or more, or such times as the Mayor, street superintendent or designated representative declares that snow removal operations on the public streets will commence and that the provisions of this chapter in regard to parking restrictions on public streets during snow removal operations are effective and will be enforced.
6.0602 Declaration of Snow Removal Alert.
A Snow Removal Alert will occur automatically with the accumulation of two (2) inches of snow on the public streets or when the City representative designated determines that snow removal from the public streets will commence. That person will announce through local news media and whatever other sources are available that a Snow Removal Alert has been declared; that the provisions of this chapter will be effective and be enforced; and designating a particular date and time when such alert shall commence. The determination to declare a Snow Removal Alert will be based on the then existing weather conditions and the amount of snow then on the ground or expected according to forecasts from the national weather service.
6.0603 Parking Prohibited.
Any time that two (2) inches or more of snow has accumulated, it shall be unlawful for any person to leave, allow, or let a vehicle, trailer, or other appurtenance to remain parked in the following locations until the snow has been plowed by the state highway department or removed from said street by the City, on both sides of said street, curb to curb:
(a) On the outside parking lanes of both sides of SD Highway 25, a/k/a Fourth Street, within the corporate limits of the City, from Dollard St. on the north end to Williams Street on the south end, upon said highway.
6.0604 Restricted Parking In All Areas Of The City During Snow Removal Alert.
(a) It shall be unlawful for any person to stop, stand, park or leave for a period in excess of 8 hours any motor vehicle, trailer, or other appurtenance upon any public street within the City following the declaration of a Snow Removal Alert, until such time as the street has been cleared of snow back to the curb line of the entire block on both sides of the street and snowfall accumulation has ceased. This provision shall not prohibit the parking of vehicles in the core business area listed in section 6.0606 herein. However, the parking prohibition for the core business area shall be established under section 6.0205 of this Chapter.
(b) Nothing in this section shall be construed to modify or change any regulations of the state highway department for state highways included as snow emergency routes or any provisions of Chapter 6.02 regulating parking for any purpose.
6.0605 Limited parking during Snow Removal Alert in core business area
During a Snow Removal Alert, no person shall park or allow to remain parked any vehicle on any public street or avenue within the core business area of the City as that term is defined by Section 6.0206 between the hours of 2:00 a.m. and 7:00 a.m.
6.0606 Designation of core business area.
That area of the City of Scotland including and bounded by Poplar Street on the north, Fourth Street on the east, Juniper Street on the south, and Railway Street on the west, and including Main Street west of Fourth Street, is hereby designated as the core business area.
6.0607 Interference With Snow Removal Operations
It shall be unlawful for any person to interfere with the snow removal operations undertaken by the city and its employees.
6.0608 Termination Of Snow Removal Alert
After a Snow Removal Alert has been declared, there will be no declaration of its termination, but such alert shall terminate and the provisions of this Chapter shall no longer become effective nor enforceable as to any particular street or portion of a street, as soon as that street or relevant block thereof has been plowed and cleared of snow accumulation, curb to curb, on both sides of the street, after which normal parking may be resumed until the next declared Snow Removal Alert.
6.0609 Removal of vehicles; Towing
The City may cause to be towed and impounded, any vehicle which is parked upon any public street in violation of any Section of this Chapter any time snow accumulation has reached two (2) inches or more or a Snow Removal Alert has otherwise been declared.
6.0610 Vehicle Removal Records
Is shall be the duty of the police department to keep a record of each vehicle removed in accordance with Section 6.0609. The record shall include a description of the vehicle, its license number, the date and time of its removal, where it was removed from, its location, the name and address of its owner and last operator, if known, its final disposition and the parking violation involved.
6.0611 Notice to owner and recovery
Whenever the city has caused a vehicle to be removed from a street as authorized in Section 6.0609 the City shall send notice of removal by mail to the record title holder. The record title holder may recover a vehicle that has been removed pursuant to this Chapter under the terms and conditions established in Section 6.0612 herein.
6.0612 Recovery of vehicles
No person shall recover any vehicle removed in accordance with Section 6.0609 except as provided herein. Before the owner or person in charge of such vehicle shall be allowed to recover it from the place where it has been placed or impounded, he shall present to a member of the police department evidence of his identity and right to possession of said vehicle, shall sign a receipt for its return, shall pay the cost of any fine, removal charges, and storage fees. Until paid, these charges constitute a lien on the vehicle, which may be enforced in the same manner as a garage keeper’s lien in accordance with the provisions of the statute of South Dakota.
Any person violating any provision of Chapter 6.06, shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon conviction thereof, shall be punished by a fine of one hundred Fifty ($150.00) dollars. Each day that any such person shall violate any of the provisions of this ordinance shall constitute a separate offense and be punishable as such.
Any person violating any provisions of this title, unless otherwise prescribed or failing to comply with any of the provisions thereof, except where otherwise prescribed, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and upon conviction be punished by a fine not to exceed $200.00.
First Reading: 5-8-17
Second Reading: 6-5-17
Passed and Approved: 6-5-17 ______________________________
Curtis Hofer, Mayor
Tanya Bult, Finance Officer
Water Ordinance Amended Second Reading - A motion was made by Asche, second by Dvorak to approve the second reading of the amended water ordinance no. 2017-01. All voted in favor. Motion carried.
ORDINANCE NO. 2017-01
“An ordinance regarding updating the provisions of Chapter 12.02.”
BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY OF SCOTLAND, BON HOMME COUNTY, SOUTH DAKOTA, that present City Ordinance 12.0203 be amended to read as follows:
The following water rates with a meter system are hereby established for the City of Scotland on a monthly basis:
Residential and Commercial Purchasers:
Minimum Consumption Charge 1 - 1,000 gallons…………………………………………….$15.00
1,001 – 10,000 gallons used…………………………….……………..$5.00 per additional 1,000 gallons
10,000 – 30,000 gallons used……………………………………………$4.35 per additional 1,000 gallons
30,000 and over…………………………………………………………………$4.05 per additional 1,000 gallons
Purchasers who receive water outside of the city limits of the City of Scotland shall pay one and one-half (1/2) times the aforementioned rates listed for Resident Purchasers. However, non-resident purchasers shall pay the resident sewer rate and hookup fee.
A $25.00 late fee will be assessed to both residents and non-residents after the 20th of each month.
Bulk Water Purchasers:
Purchasers who receive bulk water from the City of Scotland Water Plant shall pay $4.50 per 1,000 gallons.
12.0207 Permit to Renew Discontinued Services
When water has been turned off from any consumer, the consumer shall not be permitted to purchase or receive water until payment of fifty dollars ($50) during regular working hours and one hundred dollars ($100) after regular working hours service fee to the City Finance Officer.
When a consumer request that water be connected or disconnected, the City shall be entitled to collect in advance a fifty dollars ($50) during regular working hours and one hundred dollars ($100) after regular working hours service fee from the consumer.
When the City has involuntarily disconnected water service, prior to being reconnected, the consumer shall pay all arrearages and fifty dollars ($50) during regular working hours and one hundred dollars ($100) after regular working hours prior to having water service restored.
First Reading: 5-8-17
Second Reading: 6-5-17
Passed and Approved: 6-5-17
Curtis Hofer, Mayor
Tanya Bult, Finance Officer
Athletic Association - A motion was made by Bouza, second by Barrett to grant permission to the Scotland Athletic Association to block off Sixth Street between Poplar and Cherry Street on June 26th for sports day. All voted in favor. Motion carried.
Fire/EMT Roster - A motion was made by Bouza, second by Dvorak to acknowledge and approve the current firemen (Dick Behl, Bob Green, Craig Herrboldt, Mike Mehrer, Tim Furney, Jim Maruska, Sean Barrett, Troy Furney, John Bult, Jeff DeBoer, Michael Behl, Chad Odens, Jared Schortzman, Bryan Hubbard, Jonathon Vehar, Calby Auch, Andy Vitek, Clinton Sieben, Kyle Stewart, Vincent Bickner, Joe Kronaizl, Dexter Grosz, Jared Zweifel, Dillon Fischer, Tanner Suess, and Logan Winckler) and the current EMT’s (Dick Behl, Michael Behl, Shelly Gibbins, Jim Maruska, Steve Maruska, Mariah Roth, Tammy Rueb, Sonja Davis, Jayme Kocourek, and Kirk McCormick)rosters per the SDML Work Comp Regulations. All voted in favor. Motion carried.
Malt Beverage License - A package (off sale) malt beverage license application was received from Buche d/b/a Cash Smart. A motion was made by Asche, second by Barrett to approve the new malt beverage license. All voted in favor. Motion carried.
PayGOV.US - A motion was made by Asche, second by Barrett to approve the use of credit/debit card and electronic check acceptance online, over the phone, and at the office counter all at no cost to the city. All aspects of the service are covered by the nominal convenience fee assessed only to those who utilize the service. All voted in favor. Motion carried.
Radio Read Water Meters - Kevin Kosorok, Regional Sales Manager from Metron Farnier spoke to the council about radio read water meters.
Set meeting date for the July Meeting - The July council meeting will be on Tuesday, July 10, 2017 at 5:00pm.
A motion was made by Dvorak, second by Asche to enter into executive session at 6:08pm for Personnel as per SDCL 1-25-2 Sub (1). All voted in favor. Motion carried.
A motion was made by Barrett, second by Dvorak to come out of executive session at 6:18pm with the following actions taken. All voted in favor. Motion carried.
A motion was made by Barrett, second by Asche to hire the following lifeguards at $10.00 per hour: Tara Spencer, Jacob Hertz, Hailey Fergen, Eisley Sayler, Paige Heckenlaible, Josh Crownover, Kaleb Crownover, Tate Reiner, and Paige Raker (upon certification). All voted in favor. Motion carried.
With no further business to discuss a motion was made by Barrett, second by Dvorak to adjourn the meeting at 6:24pm. All voted in favor. Motion carried.
Curtis Hofer, Mayor
Tanya Bult, Finance Officer