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April 2, 2012 Page 74



                                 City of Huron, South Dakota
                                  City Commission Meeting
                                         April 2, 2012

The Board of City Commissioners of the City of Huron, South Dakota, met in regular session on
April 2, 2012 at 5:30 p.m. in the City Commission meeting room. The meeting was called to
order by Mayor David McGirr. Present: Commissioners Mark Robish, Dale Schneider, Jan
Manolis, Kerwin Haeder and Mayor McGirr.

Public Forum: City Engineer Mike Wever explained the improvements that will start on 9th
Street starting April 3rd. Ninth Street will be closed a lot with different sections this summer. A
water main project will begin tomorrow on Wyoming Avenue. This will be a busy summer with
construction projects. An open house will be held on April 28th from 1-3 p.m. at the North Fire
Station for Volunteer Fire Fighter recruitment.

Motion by Robish, seconded by Schneider to approve the agenda. Motion Carried.

Motion by Haeder, seconded by Manolis to approve the consent agenda: Regular meeting
minutes of March 26, 2012; fuel quotes for City Departments; and payment of bills: March 2012
Gross Payroll: Gov Bd $10,613.72, Planning $8,361.55, Finance $39,293.06, Engineering
$39,263.98, Gen Gov't Bldgs $5,969.81, Police $182,516.67, Fire $48,700.63, Inspection
$10,563.83, Street $56,520.91, Library $30,963.24, Parks & Rec $50,205.11, Water-Sewer
$90,340.75, Airport $20,545.6, Golf $7,580.51, Solid Waste $52,577.98; AFSCME Local 169-
March Union Dues $756.00, American Family Life Assurance-Cancer Ins pbyl $2,362.62, City
Finance Office-Medical Reimb Cont Pay $3,860.62, Fraternal Order of Police-March Union
Dues $540.00, HB Telco Federal Credit Union-March Credit union pybl $20,435.50, Internal
Revenue Service-March Federal Taxes $745,474.23, Nordby Center-Membership pybl $625.00;
Office of Child Support Enforc-Child Support pbyl $1,020.46; SDRS Supplemental Retirement-
March 457 Retirement pybl $27,057.95, SD Retirement System-March Retirement pybl
$83,753.25; United Way of Huron-Donation $124.00; Wellmark-March Life & Health Insurance
$66,924.94; 3-D Specialties, Inc.-Sign Supplies $369.88, A&B Business Equipment-
Maintenance Contract $91.35, Anderson Crane Rubber Comp-15hp Motor $2,126.32, AT&T
Mobility-Cellular Service $735.23, Beadle County Humane Society-April Allocation Less Repairs
$4,464.25, Big K-Mart-Ink Cartridge $23.99, Bigelow, Jim-Pro Sales 3/23-3/29 $4,898.48, Butler
Machinery-Repairs $900.93, City Finance Office-Fingerprints $31.00, Dearborn National-April
Dental Premium $387.70, Energy Laboratories Inc-Lab Analysis $1,531.18, Farmers Alliance-
Oil $747.30, Ferguson Waterworks-Water Meters $1,234.09, First National Bank-SRF Pymnt
$90,029.71, Fort Dearborn Life Insurance-Apr Vol Life & Disability Prem $569.40, Fortin, Roger-
Refrigerant Evacuation $189.00, Greater Huron Development-Ochsner Payroll, Insurance
$6,051.81, GRP Plumbing-Plumbing Rep in Men's Bathroom $43.77, Huron Chamber & Visitors
Bureau-2nd Qtr Allocation $56,250.00, Huron Clinic Foundation Ltd-Employee Physical
$135.00, IACP-Balance of Membership Dues $100.00, International Ass'n for Property and
Evidence Inc-Gogolin 2012 Membership $50.00, Jay Heinen Electric Inc-Lamps $90.00,
Knudson, Foster-Tactical Training $16.59, Lincoln Financial Group-April Life Insurance
Premium $1,100.77, Mac's Inc-Repairs & Supplies $609.35, Midcontinent Communication-
Internet Service $415.00, Neve's Uniforms Inc-Ticket Boxes, Pants $839.93, Newman Traffic
Signs-Sign Supplies $245.70, Northwestern-Utilities $12,742.11, PJ's Machine & Repair Inc-
Repairs $114.25, Schoenhard Ford-Repairs $54.03, Signature Plus-Caps & Tees $219.10,
Sioux Falls Two Way Radio-Radios $987.99, South Dakota State Historical Society-
Membership $45.00, South Dakota State Treasurer-February Sales Tax $6,687.71, Tounsley,
Randal-Fire Training $16.59, Tyler Technologies Inc-Maintenance Agreement $18,778.87,




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Vision Service Plan-April Vision Premium $830.04, Water Deposits-Refunds $47.40. Motion
Carried.


Motion by Schneider, seconded by Manolis to approve the following requests filed by the SD
State Fair: (1) Noise Permit & Special On-Sale Alcoholic Beverage License for a wedding
reception to be held on the fairgrounds on April 14, 2012, and (2) Noise Permit & Special On-
Sale Alcoholic Beverage License for the Men’s Expo and Fight Night to be held on the
fairgrounds on May 12, 2012. Motion Carried.

Mayor McGirr announced that this was the time and place for the public hearing and 2nd
Reading of Ordinance No. 2110-23-378 - Rezone Petition filed by W-Diamond Inc (Dennis
Williams), Lanny & Cheri Olson, Dennis & Peggy Heinz, Roger & Nancy Tarbox, Maurice
Mendenall, Margaret Lamont, Darrel Stahl, Todd & Jennifer Hamilton, Blaine & Paullyn Carey,
Shaun & Tara Meyers and Gene & Karen Halsey are requesting to rezone the E2 of the SE4 of
Section 13-111-62 of Theresa Township and the W2 of the SW4 Section 18-111-61 of Valley
Township lying outside the city limits Beadle County, South Dakota, from R-O to AGFP. Motion
by Manolis, seconded by Robish to approve the 2nd Reading of Ordinance No. 2110-23-378.
Motion Carried.
                                  ORDINANCE NO. 2110-23-378

AN ORDINANCE TO REZONE CERTAIN REAL PROPERTIES AMENDING CHAPTER 23.46
OF TITLE 23 OF ORDINANCE IN REVISION NO. 850, COMMONLY KNOWN AS THE
MUNICIPAL CODE OF THE CITY OF HURON, SOUTH DAKOTA, BY CHANGING CERTAIN
REAL PROPERTIES FROM SUBSECTION 23.46.013 - LARGE LOT RESIDENTIAL (R-O)
DISTRICT IN THE JOINT JURISDICTION AREA TO SUBSECTION 23.46.011 -
AGRICULTURAL FRINGE PROTECTION (AGFP) DISTRICT IN THE JOINT JURISDICTION
AREA.

BE IT ORDAINED BY THE BOARD OF CITY COMMISSIONERS OF THE CITY OF HURON,
SOUTH DAKOTA:

That Subsection 23.46.013 of Chapter 23.46 of Title 23 of Ordinance in Revision No. 850 be
and the same is hereby amended by the act of rezoning and changed to Subsection 23.46.011
of Chapter 23.46 of Title 23 thus rezoning of the real property described as:

       The East ½ of the SE ¼ of Section 13, Township 111 North, Range 62 West
       (Theresa Township); and the West ½ of the SW ¼ of Section 18, Township 111
       North, Range 61 West (Valley Township), all located in Beadle County, South
       Dakota.

            David McGirr, Mayor         Attest: Paullyn Carey, Finance Director



The 1st Reading was held on Ordinance No. 2112-16-83 – Traffic-Golf Carts-Insurance and
Permit Required. Motion Haeder, seconded by Robish to approve the 1st Reading of Ordinance
No. 2112-16-83 with the 2nd Reading to be held April 9, 2012. Motion Carried.




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                                            Resolution No. 2012-03R
                                        REVISED Resolution of Necessity
                                      Curb, Gutter, Pavement Improvements

       A RESOLUTION DECLARING IT NECESSARY TO IMPROVE ADJOINING CERTAIN
       PROPERTIES WITHIN THE CITY OF HURON, SOUTH DAKOTA.

       BE IT RESOLVED, by the Governing Body, in and for the City of Huron, South Dakota:

       Section 1:      It is necessary to place curb, gutter and pavement in the proper manner by plans
                       and specifications by the City Engineering Office, in and for the City of Huron,
                       South Dakota, on city streets adjoining the property described herein:


                          Improvement Project No. 2 – Curb, Gutter, Pavement

                                    Ordway Avenue S.W. - 2nd Street to 3rd Street

     Lots to be assessed on a Front Footage basis at an estimated construction cost of $75.00/ss:
                                      Property
       Name of Owner                  Address                     Legal Address              Footage
Elaine K. Adams                         207 Ordway Ave. S.W.      Block 1, All of Lot 1 & North 10' of Lot 2,    47.50
                                                                  Wheeler & Danielson Addn.
Monte R. & Virginia J. Stienblock       215 Ordway Ave. S.W.      Block 1, South 40' of Lot 2 & North 15' of     55.00
                                                                  Lot 3, Wheeler & Danielson Addn.
Matthew Clark                           223 Ordway Ave. S.W.      Block 1, South 35' of Lot 3 & All of Lot 4,    85.00
                                                                  Wheeler & Danielson Addn.
Jimar Properties LLC                    253 Ordway Ave. S.W.      Block 1, All of Lot 5, Wheeler &               50.00
                                                                  Danielson Addn.
Rex Sawvell                             265 Ordway Ave. S.W.      Block 1, All of Lot 6, Wheeler &               50.00
                                                                  Danielson Addn
Joseph & Mary Johnson                  1507 - 3rd. Street S.W.    Block 1, East 1/2 of Lot 7, Wheeler &          50.00
                                                                  Danielson Addn


                              Improvement Project No. 3 – Curb, Gutter, Pavement

                                    Ordway Avenue S.W. - 2nd Street to 3rd Street

     Lots to be assessed on a Front Footage basis at an estimated construction cost of $75.00/ls:

         Name of Owner                        Property                        Legal Address                     Footage
                                              Address
Howard & Julie A. Oestreich             210 Ordway Ave. S.W.      All of Lot 1, Wheeler & Pefferkorn Addn.        55.50
Rudy & Janet Oestreich                  222 Ordway Ave. S.W.      All of Lot 3, Wheeler & Pefferkorn Addn.        55.50
Rudy & Janet Oestreich                           None             All of Lot 4, Wheeler & Pefferkorn Addn.        55.50
Jean A. Wolff                           1483 - 3rd. Street S.W.   South 110' of Lots 6 & 7, Harvey Addn.         110.00
Richard Bowen                           252 Ordway Ave. S.W.      North 55.66' of Lots 6 & 7, Harvey Addn.        55.66

        Section 2:     The cost and the expense of the installation shall be levied by special
                       assessment upon the above described property in proportion to the number of




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               feet as provided by statute. Materials used for Projects 2-3 shall be concrete curb
               and gutter, asphalt paving, and other materials related to the project.

               Such special assessment shall be payable in ten (10) annual installments in
               accordance with the accepted bid and cost incurred, and the said assessment
               and installments shall be payable under Plan 2, “Collection by the Municipal
               Treasurer” as provided by SDCL 9-43.

Passed, approved and adopted this 2nd day of April, 2012 on a motion by Schneider, seconded
by Manolis. Motion carried. It was noted that all projects meet the following exception: If such
improvement is petitioned for by the owners of more than 55% of the frontage of the property to
be assessed, it may be provided for by resolution without publication. Projects 2 & 3 equal
60.33%.

             David McGirr, Mayor            Attest: Paullyn Carey, Finance Director



Discussion was held on Resolution No. 2012-07 - Parking Violation Fines. Police Chief Gary
Will informed the commissioners about some of the fines and fees that were supposed to be set
by resolution, but have not. This puts all parking fines and fees in one resolution. Finance
Director Paullyn Carey added that this resolution can be updated annually during the rates
resolution review.
                                  RESOLUTION NO. 2012-07

BE IT RESOLVED By the Board of City Commissioners of the city of Huron, South
Dakota, that the parking violation fines within the City of Huron shall be as follows:
            Violation               Section       Fine    Fine After 7 Days    Fine After 30 Days
24 Hour Parking                   16.28.090      $15.00         $30.00        $100.00 + Court Costs
Blocking Driveway                 16.28.010(g)   $25.00         $50.00        $100.00 + Court Costs
Delivery Vehicle Violations       16.28.130      $10.00         $20.00        $100.00 + Court Costs
Double Parked                     16.28.010(c)   $10.00         $20.00        $100.00 + Court Costs
Emergency Snow Routes             16.30.020      $35.00         $50.00        $100.00 + Court Costs
Handicapped Parking               16.28.140      $75.00        $150.00        $200.00 + Court Costs
Livestock Trailer Parking         9.58.040       $10.00         $20.00        $100.00 + Court Costs
Loading Zone                      16.32.150      $1.00           $5.00        $25.00
No Parking Zone                   16.08.090(c)   $15.00         $30.00        $100.00 + Court Costs
Not Within 12 inches of Curb      16.28.050      $10.00         $20.00        $100.00 + Court Costs
Not Within Space Lines            16.28.050      $10.00         $20.00        $100.00 + Court Costs
Obstructing Traffic               16.28.010(i)   $10.00         $20.00        $100.00 + Court Costs
Over 20 Feet in Restricted Zone   16.32.100      $10.00         $20.00        $100.00 + Court Costs
Overtime Parking                  16.28.015      $5.00          $10.00        $100.00 + Court Costs
Parked Against Traffic            16.28.050      $10.00         $20.00        $100.00 + Court Costs
Parked in Alley                   16.28.020      $10.00         $20.00        $100.00 + Court Costs
Parked in Leased Space            16.28.010(j)   $25.00         $50.00        $100.00 + Court Costs
Parked in Police Parking Space    16.28.030      $10.00         $20.00        $100.00 + Court Costs
Parked on Boulevard               16.28.010(k)   $25.00         $50.00        $100.00 + Court Costs
Parked on Crosswalk               16.28.010(b)   $10.00         $20.00        $100.00 + Court Costs
Parked on Private Property        16.28.010(j)   $25.00         $50.00        $100.00 + Court Costs
Parked on Sidewalk                16.28.010(h)   $10.00         $20.00        $100.00 + Court Costs
Parked within 4 feet of vehicle   16.28.050      $10.00         $20.00        $100.00 + Court Costs
Reserved Parking Space            16.28.010(j)   $10.00         $20.00        $100.00 + Court Costs




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Snow Alert Alternate Days        16.30.060       $35.00      $50.00        $100.00 + Court Costs
Snow Alert Core Parking Area     16.30.050       $35.00      $50.00        $100.00 + Court Costs
Temporary No Parking             16.28.040       $25.00      $50.00        $100.00 + Court Costs
Truck Parking                    16.28.070       $10.00      $20.00        $100.00 + Court Costs
Vehicle over 20 feet in Lot 2    16.28.060       $10.00      $20.00        $100.00 + Court Costs
Vehicle Unattended Running       16.28.110       $25.00      $50.00        $100.00 + Court Costs
Within 15 Feet Hydrant           16.28.010(f)    $25.00      $50.00        $100.00 + Court Costs
Within 15 feet of Fire Station   16.28.010(e)    $10.00      $20.00        $100.00 + Court Costs
Within 25 feet of Intersection   16.28.010(d)    $10.00      $20.00        $100.00 + Court Costs
Within an Intersection           16.28.010(a)    $10.00      $20.00        $100.00 + Court Costs

NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Huron City Commission hereby approves the
rates and fees for city services listed. Passed, approved and adopted this 2nd day of April,
2012 on a motion by Haeder, seconded by Manolis. Motion Carried

             David McGirr, Mayor           Attest: Paullyn Carey, Finance Director



Departmental Items:

Motion by Manolis, seconded by Haeder to accept the resignation from Dennis Holmberg,
Maintenance I-Solid Waste Dept., effective April 7, 2012 and to advertise for a part-time General
Laborer position for the Solid Waste Dept. Motion Carried.

Motion by Robish, seconded by Schneider to approve the following hiring recommendations for
part-time Camera Operators for City Commission meetings: hire Kallie Carey at $20.00 for each
session worked effective April 2, 2012; rehire Matt McGirr at 20.00 for each session worked this
summer as needed. Roll Call Vote: Mayor McGirr abstained. Motion Carried.

Motion by Robish, seconded by Manolis to approve the recommendation to correct the wage for
part-time Golf Maintenance employee Ruth Bennett to $9.00 per hour. Motion Carried.

Motion by Haeder, seconded by Robish to adjourn into executive session to discuss
Negotiations [SDCL 1-25-2 (4)] and Litigation [SDCL 1-25-2 (3)]. Time in executive session
5:58 p.m. Time out of executive session 6:58 p.m.

Work Session: Commissioners reviewed Police Department Policy.

There being no further business the meeting was adjourned.


                                                __________________________________
                                                David McGirr, Mayor


__________________________________
Paullyn Carey, Finance Director




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                                 City of Huron, South Dakota
                                  City Commission Meeting
                                         April 9, 2012

The Board of City Commissioners of the City of Huron, South Dakota, met in regular session on
April 9, 2012 at 5:30 p.m. in the City Commission meeting room. The meeting was called to
order by Mayor David McGirr. Present: Commissioners Jan Manolis, Kerwin Haeder, Mark
Robish, Dale Schneider and Mayor McGirr.

Public Forum: Proclamation – National Library Week April 8-14. 2012. Library Director Shirley
Apley explained that once per year the library community celebrates National Library Week and
they will be having a hot dog feed on Tuesday, April 10th from 11:30am to 1:00pm at the Huron
Public Library. Throughout the week they will have drawings for lunch bags and when patrons
check out books they will get a book bag. On Saturday they will celebrate the 100th anniversary
of the Titanic; there will be a film, a quartet from the High School, popcorn and other events.
Volunteer Fire Fighter Recruitment day will be held Saturday April 28th from 1-3 p.m. at the
North Fire Station; anyone interested can stop in for a tour and see what there is to offer. Police
Chief Gary Will announced that it is Telecommunicator Week and commended the dispatchers
on a job well done; last year there were 20,000 calls.

Motion by Haeder, seconded by Robish to approve the agenda with the addition of 5(d) consider
approval of hub change at Huron Regional Airport. Motion Carried.

Motion by Schneider, seconded by Manolis to approve the consent agenda: regular meeting
minutes of April 2, 2012, fuel quotes for city departments and payment of bills: A-OX Welding
Supply Co-Hydrotest Steel Cylinder $75.00, Bigelow, Jim-Pro Sales 3/30-4/5 $4,569.86, Borg,
Cory-Borg Mileage-Less Lethal $84.36, Days Inn Brookings-Weeldreyer-Travel $138.00, Earl's
Alignment-Align Wheels $60.00, Ecolab-Pest Control $110.50, Home Run Insurance Agency-
2004 Ford Added $167.00, Huron Chamber & Visitors Bureau-Annual Meeting Tickets $210.00,
Huron Garage Door Company-14x18 Garage Door/Opener $6,664.00, Huron Plainsman-Legal
Publications $1,810.10, Langbehn, Theora L-Petty Cash for Sign Up $2,000.00, Lewis Drug Inc-
Restroom Supplies $17.56, Lincoln Auto-Towing Service $60.00, Mid-Dakota Rural Water Sys-
March Water Usage $116,715.00, Neve's Uniforms Inc-Pants, Shirts, Badges, Etc $1,590.87,
Northwestern-Gas/Electricity $1,393.97, Pierre Solid Waste Facility-March Landfill Fee
$17,504.90, Schoenhard Ford-2012 Ford F150 Pu V8 Supercab $23,999.00, Skyways Ltd-Jet
Fuel-Powerwasher $1,053.55, South Dakota Office of Homeland Security-Travel/Training
Expense $300.00, South Dakota Police Chief's Assn-Police Chief's Spring Conference $65.00,
South Dakota State University-Glucose/Cholesterol Screenings $440.00, Spinsby, Casey-
Female Enforcers Class $127.77, Truck & Trailer Specialist-Solidwaste Repairs $2,420.55,
Truenorth Steel-Repairs & Supplies $1,446.38, United States Postal Service-Bulk Mailing Huron
Comm Campus $1,851.49, Verizon Wireless-Cell Service $161.28, Water Deposits-Refunds
$237.26, Wegner Auto Co Inc-2012 Dodge Charger $22,011.00, Wheeler's Business Product-
Office Supplies $173.79, Xenotronix-Nimh Charger $56.75. Motion Carried.

Motion by Schneider, seconded by Robish to approve Payment Request No. 3 by Maguire Iron
Inc. for Bid No. 2011-10 East Industrial Park Water Tower in the amount of $97,323.70 and
Payment Request No. 4 for the same project in the amount of $240,449.75.

Motion by Robish, seconded by Haeder to approve Change Order No. 1 by Visu-Sewer, Inc. for
Bid No. 2012-03 Sewer Main Lining for a net change of $111,864.25. Motion Carried.




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        Motion by Manolis, seconded by Robish to approve Change Order No. 2 (Final) by FlatLand
        Concrete, Inc. for Bid No. 2011-08 Concrete Trail for Swimming Pool Dike for a net change of
        $6,427.70 and Payment Request No. 2 (Final) for the same project in the amount of $6,427.70.
        Motion Carried.

        Motion by Schneider, seconded by Haeder to approve Payment Request No. 4 by Stantec and
        other vendors for Aquatic Center Design and Campus Center renovation to flow through the
        New Market Tax Credit Structure of Central Park, LLC and to approve the Sheehy Construction
        Co. payment request in the amount of $104,500. Total for new market tax structure is
        $330,986.75. Motion Carried.

        Motion by Schneider, seconded by Manolis to approve the Beer Garden Permit filed by
        Thunderbird Liquor, Inc., 1949 Dakota Ave S. Motion Carried.

        Motion by Haeder, seconded by Manolis to approve the ratification of AFSCME Contract 2012
        wage scale with a 2% increase effective April 8, 2012, and per the contract they will negotiate
        for the 2013 pay scale. AFSCME has tentatively agreed, waiting for ratification from the city
        commission. Motion Carried.

        The 2nd Reading was held on Ordinance No. 2112-16-83 – Traffic-Golf Carts-Insurance and
        Permit Required. Discussion was held on the form for the permit and that the rules will be
        included on the bottom or backside of the permit. It was questioned if a gas powered cart can be
        licensed by the state and can drive then on state roads. Motion by Haeder, seconded by
        Manolis to defer for one week the 2nd Reading of Ordinance No. 2112-16-83 and Resolution No.
        2012-06 - Golf Cart Permit Fee. Motion Carried.

                                            Resolution No. 2012-08
                                           Resolution of Necessity
                                    Curb, Gutter & Pavement Improvements

        A RESOLUTION DECLARING IT NECESSARY TO IMPROVE ADJOINING CERTAIN
        PROPERTIES WITHIN THE CITY OF HURON, SOUTH DAKOTA.

        BE IT RESOLVED, by the Governing Body, in and for the City of Huron, South Dakota:

        Section 1:       It is necessary to place curb, gutter and pavement in the proper manner by plans
                         and specifications by the City Engineering Office, in and for the City of Huron,
                         South Dakota, on city streets adjoining the property described herein:
                               Improvement Project No. 1 – Curb, Gutter & Pavement
                                   20th Street SE (Riverview Dr to Indiana Ave)
                         Indiana Ave SE (20th St north to existing curb, gutter and asphalt)
 Lots to be assessed on a Front/Side Footage basis at an estimated construction cost of $75.00/footage:
                                   Property
      Name of Owner                Address                      Legal Address                   Footage
Ryan & Heather Goehner            1985 Indiana Ave SE    Lot 1 of Goehner Addn., a Replat of Lot 1, 2 and        183.34
                                                                                                  nd
                                                         Lot 1A of Block 1, Meadowood Estates 2 Addn.,
                                                         and Lot 5A of Block 3, Meadowood Estates




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Arthur A. Sieler & Janet Sieler    1945 Indiana Ave SE    Lot 2 of Goehner Addn., a Replat of Lot 1, 2 and        42.50
                                                                                                   nd
                                                          Lot 1A of Block 1, Meadowood Estates 2 Addn.,
                                                          and Lot 5A of Block 3, Meadowood Estates
                                                                                               nd
William A. & Debra S. Ehlers            Vacant Lot        Block 2, Lot 1, Meadowood Estates 2 Addn                 90.00
                                                                                                      nd
Dale & June Metter                 1995 Riverview Dr SE   Block 2, Lots 3 & 4, Meadowood Estates 2 Addn           357.30
                                            th                                                        nd
Terry & Janet Gerrits               920 – 20 Street SE    Block 3, Lots 1 & 2, Meadowood Estates 2 Addn           209.22
                                                                                               nd
Mark Freese & Charlotte Fenske     2017 Riverview Dr SE   Block 3, Lot 3, Meadowood Estates 2 Addn                132.00

          Section 2:      The cost and the expense of the installation shall be levied by special
                          assessment upon the above described property in proportion to the number of
                          feet as provided by statute. Materials used for Project 1 shall be concrete curb
                          and gutter, asphalt paving, and other materials related to the project.

                          Such special assessment shall be payable in ten (10) annual installments in
                          accordance with the accepted bid and cost incurred, and the said assessment
                          and installments shall be payable under Plan 2, “Collection by the Municipal
                          Treasurer” as provided by SDCL 9-43.

         Passed, approved and adopted this 9th day of April, 2012 on a motion by Robish, seconded by
         Haeder. Motion carried.

         It was noted that this project meets the following exception: If such improvement is petitioned for
         by the owners of more than 55% of the frontage of the property to be assessed, it may be
         provided for by resolution without publication. Project 1 equals 64.78%.

                       David McGirr, Mayor          Attest: Paullyn Carey, Finance Director


         Departmental Items:
         Motion by Haeder, seconded by Manolis to approve the following recommendations from the
         Capital Asset Committee: (1) Carpet for flight service building will be just over $10,000 and rent
         will be $28000/yr-Committee recommended approval; (2) Recommended giving $60,000 to
         Hockey for compressor in 2013; (3) Pit for Solid Waste containment for Jack Links float will be
         $15,000, will allow storage of float for the weekend and or give the ability to apply as needed.
         Income from Jack Links will cover expense-Committee recommended approval; and (4) OTHER
         BUSINESS: Discussed security camera for Central Park. 2TB drive recorder with 3MP cameras
         at 2 outside locations, 2 cameras for the main entrances of Campus Center, 1MP camera for
         back door $6600, with extra cameras in 3 meeting rooms and large classroom for $10,700.
         Committee recommends approval. Motion Carried.

         Motion by Robish, seconded by Schneider to approve the following hiring recommendations for
         Parks & Recreation summer personnel at the hourly rate indicated: Softball Maintenance: Drake
         Anshutz $7.50, Eugene Katz $7.50, Matt Ondricek $7.50; Baseball Maintenance + T-Ball:
         Amber Tschetter $7.50, Mollie Merriam $8.25, Chrystal Merriam $7.50; Memorial Baseball Park
         Maintenance: Gerrit Merriam $8.00, Tyler Jackson $7.50; Tennis: Joel Aamodt (Head. Inst.)
         $10.00, Michael Nicholas $7.50; Gymnastics: Kelsey King – Head $10.00, Lexy Chase $7.75,
         Cassidee King $7.50; Park Maintenance: Mary Tschetter $9.75, Michael Grogan $7.75, Jacob
         Cruse $8.25, Aaron Zwanziger $7.75, Thomas Fenske $7.75, Drew Carroll $7.50, Lucas Carr
         $7.50, Zach Hebbert $8.00, Michael Manolis (Cr. Ld) $8.75, Arnold Pedersen $9.75, Nathan
         Greenfield $7.50; Ravine Lake Maintenance/Ranger: Jennifer Warren $8.50, Masey Knudson
         $7.75; Park Maintenance Construction: Abby Skonseng $7.50, Kathleen Schweider $7.50, Brett




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Scotter $7.50; T-Ball/Coach Pitch: Matt McGirr $7.75, Sydney Tschetter $7.75; Mowing: Michael
Duxbury $8.25; Arts & Crafts: Beth Iverson $10.25; Campground Host: KO Kauth–Part-Time
$9.00; City Hall/Campbell/Winter/Downtown: Courtney Dickson $7.50, Austin Kasperson $7.50;
Recreation Assistant: Bryan Gamber $10.00; Alternates: Michael Johnson $7.50, Curtis Stotz
$7.50, Tim McCloud $7.50, Taylor Rotert $7.50, Garrett Schnabel $7.50; Lifeguards - Full-Time:
Troy Berg $8.00, Jordan Davis $9.00, Ashton Flowers $9.25, Amanda Hotchkin $9.25, Andrew
Uttecht $7.75, Jason Marvel $8.50, Megan Grafsgard $7.75, Katie Miner $8.25, Chase Reid
$7.75, Molly Reimer $9.25, Ashley Waagen $7.75, Lauren Uttecht $8.50, Alex Wheeler $8.75,
Justin Davis $7.75; Lifeguards – Substitutes: Terrell Newton $7.50, Elysa Binger $7.75, Kamelia
Schneider $7.50, Eliza Smith $7.50, Ben Loewen $7.75, Drew Lucklum $7.75, Zach Olson
$7.75, Jessica Skorheim $8.50, Crosby Skipper $8.25; Cleaning: Brittany Olson $9.50;
Managers: Vicky Davis $12.25, Jonna Reid $11.25; Lessons Supervisor: Megan Wollman
$10.25; Lifeguard Training Chantelle Kremer $11.25. Roll Call Vote, Manolis and Mayor McGirr
Abstained. Motion Carried.

Motion by Schneider, seconded by Manolis to approve the following rehires for Library summer
personnel: Peggy Podhrasky at $8.57 per hour and Marilyn Mendenhall at $7.65 per hour
effective May 21, 2012 as Children’s Program Aides. Motion Carried.

Motion by Haeder, seconded by Robish to approve the change of hub at Huron Regional Airport
for our airline carrier, Great Lakes Aviation, from Denver to Minneapolis. Motion Carried.

There being no further business the meeting was adjourned.


                                           __________________________________
                                           David McGirr, Mayor


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Paullyn Carey, Finance Director




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                                City of Huron, South Dakota
                                 City Commission Meeting
                                        April 16, 2012

The Board of City Commissioners of the City of Huron, South Dakota, met in regular session on
April 16, 2012 at 5:30 p.m. in the City Commission meeting room. The meeting was called to
order by Mayor David McGirr. Present: Commissioners Kerwin Haeder, Mark Robish, Dale
Schneider, Jan Manolis and Mayor McGirr.

Public Forum: Commissioner Robish informed commissioners about sump pumps and asked
residents to please remove them from the sanitary sewer so they drain into the streets.

Motion by Haeder, seconded by Robish to approve the agenda with the removal of item 3(d)
consider Intergovernmental Agreement with SD State Fair for golf cart permits. Motion Carried.

Motion by Manolis, seconded by Schneider to approve the consent agenda: regular meeting
minutes of April 9, 2012; fuel quotes for city departments; Raffle: Huron Advocacy Program;
Proclamation: Arbor Week April 23-29; and payment of bills: A-OX Welding Supply Company-
Solid Waste Supplies $50.87, Advance Auto Parts-Supplies $40.27, AT&T-Telephone Service
$35.51, Avera Queen of Peace Health-Drug Testing $119.80, Beadle County Register of
Deeds-Record Easement-Wheat Growers $19.00, Beck Hardware-Repairs & Supplies $30.42,
Best Western Ramkota Inn-McDermaid Lodging $77.00, Bigelow, Jim-Pro Sales 4/6-4/12
$3,546.22, Bureau of Administration-February Long Distance Calls $148.34, Century Link-
Telephone Service $1,170.95, City Finance Checks-Utilities $1,117.59, CNA Surety-Position
Schedule Bond $2,428.88, Creative Printing Inc-Door Hangar Bags $58.50, Dakota Energy
Cooperative-Electricity 39570 210th St $1,178.70, Dakota Wesleyan University-Toner Cartridge
$21.99, Eaton Corporation-Credit Memo $484.00, Energy Laboratories Inc-Lab Analysis
$498.00, Farmers Alliance-Fuel $473.28, Farmers Cashway Do It Centre-Supplies $61.40,
Ferguson Electric Inc-Electrical Supplies $41.37, Ferguson Waterworks-Water Service Supplies
$2,218.60, Flexible Pipe Tool Company-Ball Valve for Spray Wand $108.43, Forestry Suppliers
Inc-Field Supplies $113.22, Freng, Samuel-Training in St Paul $114.00, General Traffic
Controls-Traffic Signal Equipment $101.93, GRP Plumbing-Replace Roof Drains $933.79, Hach
Company-Testing Supplies $425.83, Hawkins Inc-Chemicals $1,577.25, Heartland Collections
Inc-Utility Collection Fee $69.50, Huron Clinic Foundation Ltd-Williams Employee Physical
$45.00, Jack's Janitorial, Llc-Floor Guides $20.95, KONE Inc-April Elevator Maintenance
$248.69, Layher, Derek-K-9 Training $70.55, Locators & Supplies Inc-Locator, Radio,
Transmitter $3,880.00, Muth Electric Inc-Repairs & Supplies $967.94, N.D. Sewage Pump & Lift
Station Serv Co-Pump $13,505.00, NCFE Highmore Branch-Fuel $9,553.64, Northwest Pipe
Fittings Inc-Supplies $395.19, Northwestern-Utilities $11,484.65, Office Equipment Service-
Service 8000 Printer $593.74, Office Peeps Inc-Supplies $298.83, Postmaster-Box Rent
$190.00, Raymond Oil Company-Propane $65.00, Running's Supply Inc-Repairs & Supplies
$546.33, Sanitation Products Inc-Curbtender Repairs $245.80, Santel Communications-Internet
Service $150.85, Sigma Aldrich RTC-Testing Supplies $302.44, Signature Plus-Police Apparel
$165.96, Sioux Falls Two Way Radio-Radio Equip $923.31, South Dakota Human Resource
Assn-Schmidt Registration $25.00, South Dakota One Call-Locate Fee for March $266.70,
South Dakota State Treasurer-March Sales Tax $11,566.68, Sparkle Xpress Car Wash-Car
Wash Tokens $100.00, Spectra Associates Inc-18x24 Binder $392.40, Tire Distribution
Systems-Tire Repair $25.00, Tremco-Tremsource Service $6,892.94, Twenty First Century
Communications Inc-March Notification Mrc $187.10, UPS Store-UPS Shipment $16.94, Water
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Motion by Schneider, seconded by Manolis to accept the Affidavit of David P. Ellwein correcting
the Petition for Street Vacation of Lot H-2 Hwy ROW (18th Street NW) a part of the S2 of the
SW4 of the NW4 of the SE4 of Section 25, T111N, R62W of the 5th P.M. in the City of Huron,
Beadle County, South Dakota, and Resolution No. 2011-19. Motion Carried.

Motion by Schneider, seconded by Manolis to approve the application for abatement and refund
of property taxes filed by Ravine Lake Heights Development LLC and to send the application to
the Beadle County Commission for final approval. Motion Carried.

Motion by Manolis, seconded by Haeder to approve the Plat filed by Fullerton Furniture Inc. and
David & Linda McGirr for plat approval of Lots 1-4, Tract D, 6th Railway Addition a re-plat of
Tract D of the plat of Tracts D, E and F, 6th Railway Addition, City of Huron, Beadle County,
South Dakota. Motion by Carried. Roll Call Vote: Mayor McGirr Abstained.

The 2nd Reading was held on Ordinance No. 2112-16-83 – Traffic-Golf Carts-Insurance and
Permit Required. Motion by Haeder, seconded by Manolis to approve the 2nd Reading of
Ordinance No. 2112-16-83. Motion Carried.

                                   Ordinance No. 2112-16-83

AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND SECTION 16.15.050 OF CHAPTER 16.15 OF TITLE 16 OF
ORDINANCE IN REVISION NO. 850, COMMONLY KNOWN AS THE MUNICIPAL CODE OF
THE CITY OF HURON, SOUTH DAKOTA, PERTAINING TO TRAFFIC - GOLF CARTS -
INSURANCE AND PERMIT REQUIRED.

BE IT ORDAINED BY THE BOARD OF CITY COMMISSIONERS OF THE CITY OF HURON,
SOUTH DAKOTA:

That Section 16.15.050 of Chapter 16.15 of Title 16 of Ordinance in Revision No. 850 be
amended to read as follows:
                             Chapter 16.15 - GOLF CARTS

16.15.050 - Insurance and permit required.

(a) Proof of financial responsibility, pursuant to SDCL Chapter 32-35, is required for all golf
carts operated on public streets within the City of Huron.

(b) Pursuant to SDCL 32-14-14, the owner of the golf cart operated on public streets within the
City of Huron must obtain a permit from the City of Huron or its designee prior to operating the
golf cart on public streets within the City of Huron. The permit shall be valid during the period of
time the person obtaining the permit owns the golf cart, and a subsequent owner of the golf cart
must obtain a new permit prior to operating the golf cart on public streets within the City of
Huron. The permit must be in the possession of the operator or passenger of the golf cart, or in
or attached to the golf cart when the golf cart is being operated on public streets. The fee for the
permit shall be established by resolution of the City Commission.

         David McGirr, Mayor                   Attest: Paullyn Carey, Finance Director




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                                  RESOLUTION NO. 2012-06

        WHEREAS, Ordinance 16.15.050 of the Municipal Code of the City of Huron, South
Dakota requires the owner of the golf cart operated on public streets within the City of Huron
must obtain a permit from the City of Huron prior to operating the golf cart on public streets
within the City of Huron, and

    WHEREAS, Ordinance 16.15.050 of the Municipal Code of the City of Huron, South
Dakota, states that the fee for the permit shall be established by resolution of the City
Commission,

   NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that commencing on April 17, 2012, the fee for the
permit required pursuant to Ordinance 16.15.050 of the Municipal Code of the City of Huron,
South Dakota, shall be $10.00.

   Passed, approved and adopted this 16th day of April, 2012, on a motion by Haeder,
seconded by Robish. Motion carried.

        David McGirr, Mayor                   Attest: Paullyn Carey, Finance Director



The 1st Reading was held on Ordinance No. 2113-23-380 - Rezone Petition filed by Jim Wilson
to rezone a lot legally described as Lot 1, Block 1, Jolins Addition from R-2 (One Family
Residential District) to B-3 (General Business District). Motion by Manolis, seconded by
Schneider to approve the 1st Reading of Ordinance No. 2113-23-380 with the 2nd Reading /
Public Hearing to be held on April 30, 2012. Motion Carried.


Departmental Items:
Update on Mayor’s Wellness Challenge: Nikki Einning and Dr. Wayne Carr updated the
commission on the Mayor’s Wellness Challenge. A paper survey was conducted with 122 staff
members completing surveys. They also did a health assessment and there were 88
participants. The next wellness team meeting will be on April 24th and they really will be working
on engaging the employees. Dr. Carr added that the survey results, health risk appraisals and
assessment results will be used to start a plan in working with the wellness committee. The
Vision statement is “Healthy lifestyles at work and at home”. The next step is to develop vision
goals and decide how to proceed with the Mayor’s challenge. Einning added that in June of
2013 they would like to increase the health assessments from 88 to 100 for employees and
spouses and retired employees as well. Both Carr and Einning will work on a plan with the city
wellness committee.

Motion by Schneider, seconded by Haeder to appoint the following members to the City
Employees Wellness Committee: Thez Langbehn, Pat Schmidt, Ralph Borkowski, Karen
Weeldreyer, Deb Fortin and Shanna Sterrett. Motion Carried.

Motion by Robish, seconded by Manolis to approve the annual Equipment Lease with Rick
Button, dba Greener Links, for the 2012 golfing season. Motion Carried.




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Motion by Manolis, seconded by Haeder to accept the resignation of Rex Sawvell, Construction
Technician – Parks & Recreation Department, effective April 20, 2012. Rex has worked for the
City of Huron for 12½ years, and the commission thanked him for his years of service. Motion
Carried.

Motion by Schneider, seconded by Robish to approve the recommendation to post, advertise
and issue a Civil Service Call for a Construction Technician position in the Parks & Recreation
Department. Motion Carried.

Motion by Haeder, seconded by Manolis to authorize a summer intern for the Police Department
and that Justin Wegneke be approved to participate as an intern during the summer session;
Justin is a Junior at the University of South Dakota majoring in criminal justice and minoring in
military studies and is a resident of Huron. Motion Carried.

Motion by Manolis, seconded by Schneider to adjourn into executive session to discuss a
Personnel Matter [SDCL 1-25-2(1)] and Negotiations [SDCL 1-25-2(4)]. Motion Carried. Time
in executive session 6:22 p.m. Note Time out of executive session 7:32 p.m.

Work Session: Discussion was held on the timeline of the Campus Center project, the
schedule provided by the engineers and change orders for the Campus Center. Room rental
charges for the Campus Center and the picnic shelters were also discussed.

There being no further business the meeting was adjourned.


                                            __________________________________
                                            David McGirr, Mayor


__________________________________
Paullyn Carey, Finance Director




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                                 City of Huron, South Dakota
                                  City Commission Meeting
                                         April 23, 2012

The Board of City Commissioners of the City of Huron, South Dakota, met in regular session on
April 23, 2012 at 5:30 p.m. in the City Commission meeting room. The meeting was called to
order by Mayor David McGirr. Present: Commissioners Mark Robish, Dale Schneider, Jan
Manolis, Kerwin Haeder and Mayor McGirr.

The City Commission recessed to convene as the Board of Adjustments for the following
public hearings:

Variance Request: Butler Machinery Company, project address 1715 US Hwy 14 W, is
requesting to install a total of 992 square feet of signage, where the maximum signage allowed
is 400 square feet in an area zoned B-3 (General Business District). Motion by Schneider,
seconded by Manolis to approve the Variance Request filed by Butler Machinery Company with
the Hearing Examiner’s recommendations. Motion Carried.

Variance Request: Harlan & LaVone Hawley, project address 1724 McIlvaine Ct, are requesting
to construct an addition 22’ from the north property line, where code requires a 30’ rear yard
setback in an area zoned R-1 (One Family Residential District). Motion by Haeder, seconded by
Manolis to approve the Variance Request filed by Harlan & LaVone Hawley with the Hearing
Examiner’s recommendations. Motion Carried.

Variance Request: Brad Chapman, project address 523 12th St SE, is requesting to construct
an attached garage: (1) 867 square feet over code as follows: All structures on the lot, including
accessory buildings, shall not exceed 30% of the lot area, (2) 3’ 6” from the south property line,
where code requires a 30’ front yard setback, and (3) 5’ from the north property line, where code
requires a 30’ rear yard setback in an area zoned R-2 (One Family Residential District). Motion
by Haeder, seconded by Manolis to approve the Variance Request filed by Brad Chapman with
the Hearing Examiner’s recommendations with 5’ rear yard setback. Motion Carried.

Variance Request: Kirk Aughenbaugh, project address 539 Wyoming SW, is requesting to
construct a personal & rental storage building 9’ from the east property line, where code
requires a 15’ front yard setback and 2’ from the west property line, where code requires a 12’
rear yard setback in an area zoned I-2 (General Industrial District). Motion by Schneider,
seconded by Robish to approve the Variance Request filed by Kirk Aughenbaugh with the
Hearing Examiner’s recommendations. Motion Carried.

The Board of Adjustments adjourned to reconvene as the City Commission.

Public Forum: Alan Greenfiled, 920 Nebraska, stated he lives across the street west of a
condemned house that is filling up with vehicles, and he would like to see something done with
that property. Trisha Parkhurst has the same concerns about the property and explained that
from what she can see it has been an eyesore for 12 years. Mayor McGirr stated the
commission will follow up with their concern and get back to them. Richard Graff, 1579 S
Frontier Drive, inquired about street lighting out by his house, there is already a light 50 to 60
feet from there and described where he thinks a light should go. Commissioner Haeder stated
that the Public Safety Committee sent a letter to get feedback and information from people who
live in the area. Graff asked about sidewalks and when they will be required; Mayor McGirr
explained the city is looking at how other cities are doing sidewalks. Graff also asked about the




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flood plain area by Frontier Drive and if buildings can’t be placed there if it’s allowable to have a
corn field put in right up to the side of the road. Mayor McGirr stated Frontier Drive needs to
form a homeowner’s association to help decide what that neighborhood wants and needs. City
Inspector Roger Bell informed commissioners that the Planning Commission has been working
on a city rental inspection ordinance and he would like to set a work session for two weeks from
tonight at 7:00 p.m. and put a notice in the newspaper for public input. Commissioner Haeder
stated that Volunteer Firefighter Recruitment Day will be held at the North Station on April 28th
from 1:00-3:00 p.m.

Motion by Schneider, seconded by Robish to approve the agenda. Motion Carried

Motion by Manolis, seconded by Haeder to approve the consent agenda: Regular meeting
minutes of April 16, 2012; fuel quotes for city departments; Proclamations: Buddy Poppy Days
May 11 & 12, Poppy Days May 25 & 26; and payment of bills: 3-D Specialties Inc-Signs
$339.60, A Plus Auto & Tire Service-Tires, Repairs, Oil $1,265.93, A-1 Computer Solutions-
Supplies $200.00, AT&T Mobility-Cellular Service $706.88, Beadle County Humane Society-
Medical Exp, Euthanasia Fees $217.68, Big K-Mart-Ink Cartridges $70.98, Bigelow, Jim-Pro
Sales Apr 13-Apr 19 $1,772.13, Cardmember Service-Books, Travel Exp, Supplies $5,042.66,
Century Link-Telephone Service $50.69, City Finance Office-125 Plan Reimbursement
$3,189.66, City of St Paul-Freng Training $105.00, Concrete Contractors Inc-Crushing 1 1/2"
Material $10,000.00, Country Inn & Suites Water-Layher Lodging $145.50, Dakota Supply
Group-Supplies $8,428.16, Farmers Alliance-Propane $1,625.75, Farnams Genuine Parts Inc-
Repairs & Supplies $1,851.68, Farnams Truck Parts-Repairs & Supplies $105.77, Fastenal
Company-Repairs $461.80, Fortin, Roger-Refrigerant Evacuation $273.00, Grayson Auto Parts-
Repairs & Supplies $604.53, Hillyard/Sioux Falls-Hand Soap $727.42, Howard R Green
Company-On Call Engineering Services $15,306.50, Huron Clinic Foundation Ltd-Burdick
Employee Physical $45.00, Huron Newspaper Llc-Summer Schedule Post Cards $360.00,
Inland Truck Parts & Service-Master Bearing $247.29, JD Concrete Products-Concrete, Grout
$1,275.00, John Deere Financial-Repairs & Supplies $460.54, Ken's Glass & Mirror-Fix Door
Handle $125.00, Lawson Products Inc-Shop Supplies $338.69, Momar Incorporated-Supplies
$155.40, Northwest Pipe Fittings Inc-Repairs $44.37, Northwestern-Utilities $7,325.29, Pro-
Build-Repairs & Supplies $89.34, Robert Sharp & Associates-Apr-May Spam Stop Subscription
$210.00, Sanitation Products Inc-Green & Brown Waste Containers $21,600.00, Sherwin-
Williams-Paint Supplies $390.21, SHI International Corp-Hrdwr Switch/Wireless Accs Pnt
$1,641.95, Sibley Motor Inc-Repairs $603.84, Sioux Falls Two-Way Radio-Replace Speaker Mic
Jack $68.18, South Dakota Department of Safety-Title, License Plate Fees $53.00,
Sturdevants-Repairs & Supplies $599.05, Team Laboratory Chemical Co-Crack Filler
$11,475.00, Tiger Steel Mart-Repairs & Supplies $2,184.24, Tschetter's Upholstery-Tarp Repair
$110.00, United States Postal Service-April Utility Bill Postage $1,435.00, UPS Store-UPS
Shipment $40.26, Venture Communications Coop-E911 Service $190.81, Wasteco Supply-Lids
$2,120.41, Water Deposits-Refunds $239.22, West-Way Trailers-Repairs $660.39, Will, Gary D
Jr-Water $14.28, Winegar, Scott-Rekey Locks, Keys $148.50. Motion Carried.

Motion by Schneider, seconded by Robish to approve Change Order No. 1 by Maguire Iron, Inc.
for Bid No. 2011-10 - 0.5 MG East Industrial Park Elevated Water Storage Tank for a net
increase of $2,845.00. Motion Carried.




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                                    RESOLUTION 2012-09

      WHEREAS, the Jan Manolis Family Safe Center has made a request to the City of
Huron to lease the Campus Center Board Room on Thursdays, from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.,
commencing on May 1, 2012, and ending on July 31, 2012, and

         WHEREAS, SDCL 9-12-5.1 authorizes the City of Huron (City) to enter into a lease
agreement whereby City may enter into a short term lease of the Campus Center Board Room
during the time requested by the Jan Manolis Family Safe Center, and the City of Huron is
willing to allow the Jan Manolis Family Safe Center the use of the same,

         NOW, THEREFORE, the City of Huron shall lease to the Jan Manolis Family Safe
Center    the use of the Board Room under the following terms and conditions:

       1.     Term. The City of Huron shall lease to the Jan Manolis Family Safe Center the
Board Room on Thursdays, from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m., commencing on May 1, 2012, and
ending on July 31, 2012.

         2.     Rent: In consideration for the use of the Board Room on the days and times set
forth in # 1 above, the Jan Manolis Family Safe Center shall pay on or before the 1st day of each
month rent in the amount of sixty dollars ($60.00) to the Finance Director of the City of Huron.

        3.      Substitution: Should for any reason City of Huron determine that it is in the best
interest of the City to substitute the use of the Conference Room for the use of the Board Room,
on one or more of the designated dates when the Jan Manolis Family Safe Center would
otherwise have the use of the Board Room, the City of Huron shall give prior reasonable notice
to the Jan Manolis Family Safe Center of the substitution and the Jan Manolis Family Safe
Center shall agree to said substitution. Any such substitution shall not constitute a modification
in the dates, times and term of the lease as set forth in provision # 1 above and shall not result
in modification of rent as set forth in provision # 2 above.

       4.      This Resolution and lease is subject to the City of Huron and the Jan Manolis
Family Safe Center executing a signed lease agreement, signed by the Mayor of the City of
Huron and a duly authorized representative of the Jan Manolis Family Safe Center, which
incorporates the terms and conditions as set forth in Resolution 2012-09.

Passed, approved and adopted this 23rd day of April, 2012, on a motion by Haeder, seconded
by Robish. Motion Carried. Roll Call Vote: Manolis abstained.

          David McGirr, Mayor                 Attest: Paullyn Carey, Finance Director



                                    RESOLUTION 2012-10

       WHEREAS, We Found Sound has made a request to the City of Huron to lease and the
exclusive use of Room 242 (approximately 2,050 sq. ft.) in the Campus Center room,
commencing on May 1, 2012, and ending on July 31, 2012, and

      WHEREAS, SDCL 9-12-5.1 authorizes the City of Huron (City) to enter into a lease
agreement whereby City may enter in a short term lease for the use Room 242 in the Campus




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Center during the time requested by We Found Sound and the City of Huron is willing to allow
We Found Sound the exclusive use of the same,

      NOW, THEREFORE, the City of Huron shall lease to We Found Sound the use of Room
242 under the following terms and conditions:

       1.     Term and Exclusive Use. The City of Huron grants and leases exclusive use of
Campus Center Room 242 (approximately 2,050 sq. ft.) to We Found Sound, commencing on
May 1, 2012, and ending on July 31, 2012.

        2.      Rent: In consideration for the use of Room 242 during the term of the lease as
set forth in # 1 above, We Found Sound shall pay on or before the 1st day of each month rent in
the amount of five hundred dollars ($500.00) to the Finance Director of the City of Huron.

        3.      This Resolution and lease is subject to the City of Huron and We Found Sound
executing a signed lease agreement, signed by the Mayor of the City of Huron and a duly
authorized representative of We Found Sound, which incorporates the terms and conditions as
set forth in Resolution 2012-10

Passed, approved and adopted this 23rd day of April, 2012, on a motion by Schneider, seconded
by Manolis. Motion carried.

         David McGirr, Mayor                   Attest: Paullyn Carey, Finance Director



Departmental Items:
Motion by Manolis, seconded by Haeder to approve the reappointment of Dale Schneider to a
third and final term on the Huron Regional Medical Center Board of Directors. Motion Carried.
Roll Call Vote: Schneider abstained.

Motion by Manolis, seconded by Robish to approve the recommendation to rehire Street Crew
personnel: John Todd – Crew Leader at $9.00 per hour, Brandon Carda at $8.25 per hour,
Justin Nihart at $9.00 per hour and Jordan Duxbury at $8.25 per hour; and to approve the
recommendation to hire Substitute Lifeguards effective May 26th when the pool opens: Elizabeth
Rakness at $7.75 per hour, Nyla Skipper at $7.75 per hour and Justin Wegenke at $8.00 per
hour. Motion Carried.

Discussion was held on the Proposal for Services submitted by Barr Engineering Company and
Pierce & Harris Engineering for James River Third Street Dam Renovation. Randy Hoscheid,
Pierce and Harris Engineering, and Ron Koth, Barr Engineering, said they are looking at
creating a rock arch rapid, preserves upstream pool, improve angler and user access and
eliminate hydraulic roller/drowning machine. Possibly look at funding with the federal and state
agencies for grant funds. Discussion of the cost of preliminary design and grant development
asking for approval of services and contract. Mayor McGirr questioned the costs and the grant
process and why the cost is so high compared to the estimates earlier on. It was explained that
with the rock arch it incorporates pool areas and fishing points within the rock arch, which puts
more costs on it. Commissioner Schneider stated that there is funding not budgeted for 2012,
that this comes in under the Lake and River front budget, and there will have to be permission
granted to do this project. Koth stated that the city has jurisdiction because of water rights, etc.
and the other state and federal agencies will have a say in the project. Joe Carr added that this




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would be a real nice fishing access area, a better and safer area and feels this project would be
very good for this. The City Attorney will review the contract and the Finance Director will review
the 2nd penny budget. Hoschied added that this project is funded for 2014 construction with
grants being approved mid-summer of 2013. The agreement will be placed on the agenda for
the next regular meeting.

Motion by Robish, seconded by Haeder to adjourn into executive session to discuss a Legal
Matter [SDCL 1-25-2(3)]. Motion Carried. Time in executive session 7:12 p.m. Note time out of
executive session 7:55 p.m.

Work Session: Commissioners reviewed Police Department Policy.

There being no further business the meeting was adjourned.


                                             __________________________________
                                             David McGirr, Mayor


__________________________________
Paullyn Carey, Finance Director




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                                 City of Huron, South Dakota
                                  City Commission Meeting
                                         April 30, 2012


The Board of City Commissioners of the City of Huron, South Dakota, met in regular session on
April 30, 2012 at 5:30 p.m. in the City Commission meeting room. The meeting was called to
order by Mayor David McGirr. Present: Commissioners Mark Robish, Dale Schneider, Jan
Manolis, Kerwin Haeder and Mayor McGirr.

Public Forum: Commissioner Robish presented Water-Sewer Superintendent Vince Juelfs and
Water-Sewer Treatment Foreman Rob Rieger with a Drinking Water Excellence Award &
Drinking Water Week Proclamation for May 7-12, 2012. Commissioner Haeder informed
commissioners that the FBI is publishing pictures and information about the city’s Fallen Police
Officer’s Memorial in the May issue of their public bulletin.

Motion by Robish, seconded by Haeder to approve the agenda with the addition of 7(b)
Department Liaisons & Board Assignments. Motion Carried.

Motion by Schneider, seconded by Manolis to approve the consent agenda: Regular meeting
minutes of April 23, 2012; fuel quotes for city departments and payment of bills: Barton's
Heating & Cooling-Filters $676.44, Bigelow, Jim-Pro Sales Apr 20-Apr 26 $4,712.50, Borkowski,
Ralph-Lodging for SD History Conf $50.45, Burnison Plumbing Htg & Clng-Refund Jet Services
@ 140 17th $175.00, Creative Printing Inc-3 Color Window Envelopes $877.33, Cretex
Concrete Products-Sewer System Supplies $784.34, Curt's Heating & Cooling-Motor, Labor
$789.28, Department of Revenue-Lab Analysis $371.00, Design Solutions-Replace VFD Fan
$1,021.40, Ecolab-Pest Control $113.70, Energy Laboratories Inc-Lab Analysis $114.00, EPA
Region 8 Pretreatment-Lemke, Juelfs Workshop Registration $340.00, Ferguson Electric Inc-
Cable, Ends $67.32, Halsey, Gene-Repairs $83.05, Harms Oil Company-Fuel $26,454.99,
Hayes Instrument Co Inc-Field Supplies $53.34, Huron Area Senior Center-March Expenses
$3,494.66, Jay Heinen Electric Inc-Ballast Materials $731.04, Kaufman, Gerald L-April Legal
Services $4,229.12, Layher, Derek-Training $34.96, Midcontinent Communications-Internet
Service $415.00, Midwest Turf & Irrigation-Mower Repair $20.22, Northwestern-Utilities
$2,131.87, Olson Construction-Excavate and Grade Ditch $4,744.91, Peiffer, Mark-Storage
Boxes $46.16, Prostrollo Motor Sales Inc-Door Repair $136.75, Pryntcomm-HCC Open House
Flyers $1,219.00, SMI Carr Inc-Stake Chaser $117.73, South Dakota Department of Health-
Controlled Substance Registration $75.00, South Dakota Govmt Finance Officers Assn-Finance
Officers School Registration $525.00, Ultramax-Ammunition Supplies $1,028.00, UPS Store-
UPS Shipment $36.68, Van Diepen, Kevin-Training $78.82, Water Deposits-Refunds $130.78,
YWCA-Booth Rental $150.00, Zesto Parcel Shipment-UPS Shipment $185.42. Motion Carried.

Motion by Robish, seconded by Manolis to approve Change Order No. 2 by Visu-Sewer, Inc. for
Bid No. 2012-03 - Sewer Main Lining for a net change of $7,740.00. Motion Carried.

Discussion was held on the Proposal for Services with Barr Engineering Company for James
River Third Street Dam Renovation. Ron Koth of Barr Engineering said they could submit
documentation to apply for a Restoration Grant from the South Dakota Department of Game,
Fish and Parks office in Pierre for the bare minimum and scaled back the efforts from last week.
Basically this just does the minimum that would start the process. This can be put together by
the end of May 2012 and complete control over expenditure and asking for approval of task
order 1 which is for $35,630 to start the design process. Barr Engineering will work locally with




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Randy Hoscheid of Pierce and Harris Engineering. Koth added the concern is the timing of the
funding for a state grant and the project would be in the 2014 budget year. October of this year
we should know about the funding and if it’s in the state budget. This plan should eliminate the
safety issues at the dam and enhance the fishing points and areas around the dam. They are
asking for approval of the proposal, authorize the Mayor to sign and include the addendum from
the City Attorney. Motion by Haeder, seconded by Manolis to approve the Proposal for Services
and Addendum with Barr Engineering Company for James River Third Street Dam Renovation.
Motion Carried.


                                      RESOLUTION 2012-11

       WHEREAS, SDCL 6-5-5 authorizes the CITY OF HURON (City) and HURON SCHOOL
DISTRICT 2-2 (District) to enter into agreements whereby City may provide services for District
under the terms and conditions agreed upon by and between City and District in the manner
provided by resolutions of the governing boards; and

        WHEREAS, District desires to have City provide the services of a School Resource
Officer (SRO) for District and City is willing to provide such services,

          NOW, THEREFORE, District and City agree that City shall provide School Resource
Officer    (SRO) services to District under the following terms and conditions:

         1. City shall provide a school resource officer to District when school classes are in
session during the 2012-2013 school year.
         2. City shall consult with District regarding the selection of the police officer assigned to
serve as the SRO, and District shall have the right to provide input and recommendations as to
which police officer shall be assigned to serve as the SRO. However, City shall be responsible
for selecting the police officer assigned to serve as the SRO, and City, after consultation with
District, reserves the right to change the police officer assigned as SRO.
         3. Should a situation arise off school premises which necessitates the presence of the
SRO the City may, in its sole discretion, temporarily remove the SRO from school premises in
order to assist in addressing the situation which necessitated the removal of the SRO from
school premises.
         4. District shall provide an office and office equipment for use by the SRO.
         5. District shall pay to City $20,000 for SRO services during the 2012-2013 school year.
         6. District and City further acknowledge that temporary re-assignments of police officers
and which officer shall serve as the SRO shall not change the District’s obligation to reimburse
City as set forth in # 5 above.
         7. Should a Canine Officer Program be implemented by City, the District and City will
consider having the Canine Officer also serving as the SRO.

Passed, approved and adopted this 30th day of April, 2012, on a motion by Haeder, seconded
by Robish. Motion carried.

           David McGirr, Mayor                  Attest: Paullyn Carey, Finance Director




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                                 RESOLUTION NO. 2012- 12

        WHEREAS, SDCL 9-1-5 authorized the governing body of a municipality to delegate
to an employee of the municipality the authority to enter into a contract on behalf of the
municipality and to execute the contract and any other instrument necessary or convenient for
the performance of the contract subject to the limitations delegated by the governing body, and

       WHEREAS, the Huron City Commission has determined that it is appropriate to
delegate such authority to the Parks and Recreation Director in order that the Parks and
Recreation Director may enter into a contract on behalf of the City of Huron for leasing property
which is the responsibility of the Parks and Recreation Department, including the leasing of
rooms at the Huron Campus Center, and to execute contracts for the purpose of leasing
property which is the responsibility of the Parks and Recreation Department, including the
leasing of rooms at the Huron Campus Center.

        NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Parks and Recreation Director is
hereby authorized to enter into contracts on behalf of the City of Huron and to execute the
contract and any other instrument necessary or convenient for the performance of the contract
for the purpose of the leasing of rooms at the Huron Campus Center, provided the lease period
does not exceed one hundred twenty (120) days and total annual value not exceeding five
hundred dollars ($500.00), and to execute contracts for the purpose of leasing property which is
the responsibility of the Parks and Recreation Department, including the leasing of rooms at the
Huron Campus Center.

Passed, approved, and adopted this 30th day of April, 2012 on a motion by Schneider, seconded
by Manolis. Motion Carried.

        David McGirr, Mayor                   Attest: Paullyn Carey, Finance Director




                                   RESOLUTION 2012 – 13

       WHEREAS, SDCL 9-12-5.1 authorizes the City of Huron to lease its municipally owned
property for a term and upon the conditions provided by resolution of the governing body, and

        WHEREAS, SDCL 9-1-5 authorizes the governing body of a municipality to delegate to
an employee of the municipality the authority to enter into a contract on behalf of the
municipality and to execute the contract and any other instrument necessary or convenient for
the performance of the contract subject to the limitations delegated by the governing body; and

       WHEREAS, the Huron City Commission has through Resolution 2012-12 authorized the
Parks and Recreation Director to enter into short-term leases on behalf of the City of Huron of
rooms within the Campus Center, and

        WHEREAS, SDCL 9-15-5.2 authorizes the City of Huron to lease municipal owned
property to any private person for a term exceeding one hundred twenty days and for an amount
exceeding five hundred dollars annual value upon such terms and conditions as it determines,
following a resolution of intent and public hearing related thereto; and




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      WHEREAS, it is necessary to establish a Campus Center Facility Use Policy and Lease
Agreement for use by the City for term leases of rooms within the Campus Center;

       NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY RESOLVED that the following fees shall be utilized
by the City of Huron of leases of rooms within the Campus Center unless modified pursuant to
SDCL 9-15-5.2:
                                 Campus Center Rental Rates
                                     Effective May 1, 2012

Board & Conference Rooms              Community, Seminar, &                 Blackstone Hall
                                      Symposium Rooms
$10/Hour                              $30/Hour                              $70/Hour
$25/3 Hours                           $75/3 Hours                           $175/3 Hours
$50/Day                               $125/Day                              $300/Day
$175/Week                             $400/Week                             $950/Week

      IT IS FURTHER RESOLVED that the following policy and rules shall apply to leases of
rooms within the Campus Center unless modified pursuant to SDCL 915-5.2:

Rental Terms & Conditions
        1. Users of the Campus Center are required to execute a Lease Agreement, the form of
the Lease Agreement to be approved by the Finance Commission, and the form to include but
not limited to (1) the room(s) leased, (2) the lease term, (3) amount of rent and security deposit,
(4) cancellation policy, (5) cleaning of and damage to premises, (6) assignment and subletting,
(7) release of liability, waiver and indemnification, and (8) alcohol on premises.
        2. Facilities are rented to the entity paying the required Security Deposit fee on a first-
come, first served basis, the payment of which reserves the room(s).
        3. A Security Deposit equivalent to one day’s rent of a facility is required for any length
of rental agreement.
        4. Rental fees must be paid thirty or more days prior to the event. If the rental fee is not
paid prior to thirty days of the event the reservation shall be cancelled.
        5. Rental prices are based on rental facility being fully cleaned after use by renter.
Cleaning fees will be assessed and withheld from the Security Deposit if facility is not
adequately cleaned after use. Renter is responsible for all damage regardless of who causes it.
If cleaning fees and/or damage to rental space exceeds the Security Deposit the renter is
required to remit the difference within 10 days of billing. Security Deposit refunds are subject to
the approval of the City Commission.
        6. Users shall have access 30 minutes before and after allotted time without charge for
setup, teardown, and cleaning. Use of facilities exceeding the time allotted in the rental
agreement will be billed additional rental fees at the standard hourly rate for that facility.
        7. The following entities may receive a 25% discount of rental rates provided the entity
provides the documentation required, if any: veterans, religious, charitable, educational or
fraternal organizations, a local civic or service club, a volunteer fire department, and a local
chamber of commerce or industrial development corporation.
        8. Reservations and rental agreements may not be transferred to another entity without
prior written permission of the City.
        9. Certain room facilities have Blackout Dates when they are not available for rent.
        10. The City reserves the right to refuse or cancel reservations to any person or group,
either with or without cause.
        11. Cancellation Refund Policy:




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          30 or more days advance cancellation… ............................. 100% of Deposit refunded.
          15 – 29 days advance cancellation…….. ............................... 50% of Deposit refunded.
          14 or less days advance cancellation … ......................................... ….Deposit forfeited
        12. Alcohol Consumption: State law requires the Tenant to receive permission from the
City Commission prior to alcohol consumption on municipally-owned property. The permit
request must be filed at the City Parks Department or at the City Finance Department a
minimum of two weeks in advance of the event, and is subject to approval by the City
Commission.
        14. Assumption of Risk, Waiver and Indemnification: As a condition of use, the Tenant
granted the right to use the facility must agree in writing to assume all risk and liability arising
from any and all damages to property and from any and all injuries or death to persons arising
out of the use of the leased premises during the lease period, and expressly agree to hold the
City of Huron and its officials, employees and agents harmless from any and all damages to
property and from any and all injury or death to persons arising out of the use of the leased
property, and fully and forever release and discharge the City of Huron, its officials, employees
and agents, and its insurers, from any and all liability whatsoever, whether joint or several, on
any and all claims and demands, actions, and causes of action, damages, claims for damages,
costs, and any and all other liability whatsoever on account of or growing out of the use of
Campus Center.
        As an additional condition of use, the Tenant granted the right to use the facility must
agree in writing to indemnify the City of Huron, its officials, employees and agents against any
and all actions or claims that may be asserted or brought against the City of Huron, it officials,
employees and agents and that are based upon Tenant's acts or omissions or those of Tenant’s
agents, employees, guests, invitees, and any other person or entity, in connection with Tenant’s
use and occupancy of the leased premises, except those claims arising out of the negligence of
the City of Huron, it officials, employees or agents.

Passed, approved and adopted on this 30th day of April, 2012, on a motion by Motion by
Schneider, seconded by Robish. Motion Carried.

         David McGirr, Mayor                        Attest: Paullyn Carey, Finance Director



The 2nd Reading was held on Ordinance No. 2113-23-380 - Rezone Petition filed by Jim Wilson
to rezone a lot legally described as Lot 1, Block 1, Jolins Addition from R-2 (One Family
Residential District) to B-3 (General Business District). Mr. Wilson will be putting up a six foot
fence, water and sewer will be put in, will level the land and do cement work. The Building
inspector asked that a fence be put up after the building is built. Add that there is no outside
storage until the fence is built or before stuff is outside. Motion by Robish, seconded by Manolis
to approve the 2nd Reading of Ordinance No. 2113-23-380. Motion Carried.

                                    ORDINANCE NO. 2113-23-380

AN ORDINANCE TO REZONE CERTAIN REAL PROPERTIES AMENDING CHAPTER 23.18
OF TITLE 23 OF ORDINANCE IN REVISION NO. 850, COMMONLY KNOWN AS THE
MUNICIPAL CODE OF THE CITY OF HURON, SOUTH DAKOTA, BY CHANGING CERTAIN
REAL PROPERTIES FROM CHAPTER 23.18 “R-2” ONE FAMILY RESIDENTIAL DISTRICT
TO CHAPTER 23.30 “B-3” GENERAL BUSINESS DISTRICT.




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BE IT ORDAINED BY THE BOARD OF CITY COMMISSIONERS OF THE CITY OF HURON,
SOUTH DAKOTA:

That Chapter 23.18 of Title 23 of Ordinance in Revision No. 850 be and the same is hereby
amended by the act of rezoning and changed to Chapter 23.30 thus rezoning of the real
property described as:

       Lot 1, Block 1, Jolins Addition within the City of Huron, Beadle County, South
       Dakota.

        David McGirr, Mayor                 Attest: Paullyn Carey, Finance Director



Departmental Items:
Motion by Schneider, seconded by Robish to approve the recommendation to remain with
American Bank & Trust for the city’s banking services. Motion Carried.

Motion by Manolis, seconded by Haeder to accept the resignation of Gerry Krech from the
Planning Commission effective April 25, 2012. Motion Carried.

Motion by Manolis, seconded by Robish to approve the recommendation to hire Jeff Dixon for
the Solid Waste Department part time General Labor position at $12.00 per hour effective May
16, 2012; the offer is based upon the successful completion of a City physical along with the
necessary new hire paperwork. Motion Carried.

Work Session: Commissioners reviewed Police Department Policy and Commissioner’s
Department Liaisons & Board Assignments.

There being no further business the meeting was adjourned.


                                          __________________________________
                                          David McGirr, Mayor


__________________________________
Paullyn Carey, Finance Director




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