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									City Commission Meeting
December 3, 2012 Page 203



                                City of Huron, South Dakota
                                 City Commission Meeting
                                     December 3, 2012


The Board of City Commissioners of the City of Huron, South Dakota, met in regular session on
December 3, 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 and Mayor McGirr. Absent: Commissioner Jan Manolis.

Motion by Haeder, seconded by Robish to approve the agenda with the addition of 7(c) Capital
Assets work session. Motion Carried.

Motion by Schneider, seconded by Haeder to approve the consent agenda: Regular meeting
minutes of November 26, 2012; fuel quotes for city departments; Set December 17, 2012 as the
public hearing date for the following: (1) Transfer a 2012-2013 Retail On-Off Sale Malt Beverage
& SD Farm Wine License from The Coffee Tree Inc, 110 3rd St SW Suite 105, to Aroma Inc.,
110 3rd St SW Suite 105, and (2) 2013 Retail On-Off Sale Wine License filed by Aroma Inc., 110
3rd St SW Suite 105; and payment of bills: Nov 2012 Gross Payroll: Gov Bd $7,082.48, Planning
$5,588.26, Finance $26,387.27, Engineering $26,075.19, Gen Gov't Bldgs $4,019.19, Police
$133,433.14, Fire $33,110.38, Inspection $7,090.40, Street $37,961.44, Library $20,845.32,
Parks & Rec $34,185.77, Water-Sewer $61,030.83, Airport $7,815.35, Golf $9,293.09, Solid
Waste $35,188.58; AFSCME Local 169-Nov Union Dues $756.00, American Family Life
Assurance-Cancer Ins pbyl $2,352.22, City Finance Office-Medical Reimb Cont Pay $3,720.62,
Fraternal Order of Police-Nov Union Dues $510.00, HB Telco Federal Credit Union-Nov Credit
union pybl $23,280.50, Internal Revenue Service-Nov Federal Taxes $96,576.90, Nordby
Center-Membership pybl $670.74; Office of Child Support Enforc-Child Support pbyl $480.00;
SDRS Supplemental Retirement-Nov 457 Retirement pybl $19,130.40, SD Retirement System-
Nov Retirement pybl $57,484.99; United Way of Huron-Employee Donation $119.00; Wellmark-
Nov Life & Health Insurance $65,157.10; Asphalt Paving & Materials-CI D W/20% Rap
$2,077.28, AT&T Mobility-Cellular Service $716.80, Automatic Building Control-Annual Check
Fire Alarm System $776.00, B & L Communications-16 Pin Connector $68.00, Beadle County
Humane Society-December Allocation $4,583.33, Big Kmart-Toilet Paper $9.99, Christman,
Darwin-565 4th St SE Cleanup $200.00, City Finance Checks-2013 Liquor License Renewal
$250.00, City Finance Office-Credit Card Expense $2,596.70, CRA Payment Center-Tractor
Repair $1,052.35, Curt's Heating & Cooling-Drain Chiller $56.12, Dearborn National-December
Dental Premium $387.70, Department of Revenue-Lab Analysis $65.00, Dramstad Refrigeration
& Elec-Repair Heat Pipe $1,071.93, Ecolab-November Pest Control $113.70, Energy
Laboratories Inc-Lab Analysis $1,961.25, Ferguson Electric Inc-Leviton Feed thru USB Ports
$189.71, First National Bank-SRF Pymnt $12,528.48, Fort Dearborn Life Insurance-December
Vol Life & Disability $579.00, HD Supply Waterworks Ltd-4" Forcemain Tap $2,536.00, Huron
Cleaners-Mop Cleaning $8.75, Huron Solid Waste Dept-Freon Evacuation Charge $8.00, Jim &
Jake's Sprinkler Service-Trenching at GC $851.35, Kight, Dan-Training $44.07, Lankota Group
Inc-Repairs $117.12, Lawson Products Inc-Shop Supplies $106.06, Layher, Derek-9/23-9/27
Expenses $50.12, Lincoln National Life Insurance-December Life Premium $1,045.10, Mac's
Inc-Repairs & Supplies $287.56, Mathison Company-Supplies $237.88, Meridian Grain Llc-
Road Salt $2,977.70, Michael Todd & Company Inc-Gutter Broom Repair $1,393.20,
Midcontinent Communication-Telephone/Internet Service $211.72, Northwestern-Utilities
$20,585.21, Office Equipment Service-Toner $847.00, Olson Construction-Excavation Sewage
Trmnt Plant $4,994.91, PJ's Machine & Repair Inc-Repairs $177.33, Schoenhard Ford-Police
Car Repairs $265.80, Signature Plus-McHenry Recognition Plaque $71.30, Spencer Quarries




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Inc-Hot Mix $478.40, Torres, Smirna-Interpreting $40.00, Vision Service Plan-December Vision
Premium $746.85, Water Deposits-Refunds $200.99, West Payment Center-SD Codified Laws
$87.00, Wheeler's Business Product-Copy Machine Usage Charge $105.65. Motion Carried.

Mayor McGirr announced that this was the time and place for the public hearing for the
following 2013 Liquor and Wine License Applications:
              Establishment Name           Establishment Owner            Address

      Package Off-Sale Liquor Licenses
     1. Coborn’s                         Coborns Inc.                2150 Dakota S
     2. Corner Pantry #29                MG Oil Company              275 Lincoln Ave SW
     3. Holiday Liquor                   C&K Corporation of Huron    100 Dakota N
     4. Hurst’s Corner                   Wayne A. Goethel            201 Dakota S
     5. Lazer’s                          James A. Christen           128 Dakota S
     6. Lewis Drug                       Lewis Drugs Inc.            1950 Dakota Ave S
     7. Manolis Grocery                  T. Manolis & G. Marcus      47 3rd St SW
     8. Thunderbird Liquor               Thunderbird Liquor Inc.     1949 Dakota S
     9. Wal-Mart Supercenter #3853       Wal-Mart Stores Inc.        2791 Dakota S

        Retail On-Sale Liquor Licenses
     1. Airport Lounge*                  City of Huron               470 15th St NW
     2. BPO Elks Lodge No. 444*          BPO Elks Lodge No. 444      460 Dakota S
     3. Columbus Club                    Knights of Columbus         565 Centennial Rd
     4. Crossroads Hotel & Conv. Ctr.*   Huron Hospitality II LLC    100 4th St SW
     5. Gamers Casino                    Thunderbird Liquor Inc.     1524 Dakota Ave S
     6. Huron Country Club*              Huron Country Club Inc      304 22nd Street NW
     7. Hurst’s Corner                   Wayne Goethel               201 Dakota S
     8. La Hacienda*                     La Hacienda of Huron Inc.   2993 Dakota S
     9. Lazer’s*                         James Christen              128 Dakota S
     10. Mars*                           Mars LLC                    107 Lincoln SW
     11. Mulligans Tavern                Gus Manolis                 256 Wisconsin SW
     12. New Plains*                     New Plains Inc.             960 4th St NE
     13. Prime Time Tavern*              Prime Time Tavern Inc.      2110 Dakota Ave S
     14. Red Arrow Bar                   Invisible Inc               322 Dakota S
     15. Scoreboard Bar & Grill*         JSLL Inc.                   52 3rd St SE
     16. Sportsmen Bar                   Sportsmen Inc.              65 3rd St SW
     17. Tailgate*                       Omega Properties            455 Dakota S
     18. Thunderbird Liquor              Thunderbird Liquor Inc.     1949 Dakota S
     *Denotes Sunday Sales Option

     Retail On-Off Sale Wine Licenses
     1. Coborns                          Coborns Inc.                2150 Dakota S
     2. Corner Pantry #30                MG Oil Co.                  2075 Dakota Ave S
     3. Goldmine                         Freedom Valu Centers Inc.   1903 Dakota Ave S
     4. Lazer's                          James Christen              128 Dakota S
     5. Lewis Drug                       Lewis Drugs Inc             1950 Dakota Ave S
     6. Manolis Grocery                  T. Manolis & G. Marcus      47 3rd St SW
     7. Wal-Mart Supercenter #3853       Wal-Mart Stores Inc.        2791 Dakota Ave S
Motion by Schneider, seconded by Haeder to approve the 2013 Liquor and Wine License
Applications as listed. Motion Carried.

The Huron Chamber & Visitors Bureau in partnership with the SD State Fair is submitting a
proposal to the National High School Rodeo Association to bid for the National Junior High



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Final Rodeo for the years 2016 and 2017. This is the second largest rodeo in the nation
encompassing approximately 1,000 contestants and 1,550 entries over a seven day period
(although 15 days from start to finish). The Chamber is asking for some in-kind support from
the City as well as Beadle County in terms of dirt work and preparation of three large rodeo
arenas. Motion by Haeder, seconded by Robish to approve the request by the Huron
Chamber & Visitors Bureau for in-kind support for the National Junior High Final Rodeo
proposal, subject to the bid being awarded. Motion Carried.

Motion by Robish, seconded by Schneider to approve the Joint Cooperative Agreement for
2013 with the Northeast Council of Governments. Motion Carried.

The 2nd Reading was held on Ordinance No. 2120-16-87 – Traffic - Miscellaneous Driving
Regulations - Distracted Driving. Commissioner Robish added that there does need to be
signs up as entering town so people are aware of the distracted driving ordinance. Mayor
McGirr thanked the Public Safety Committee for putting this forward. Motion by Haeder,
seconded by Robish to approve the 2nd Reading of Ordinance No. 2120-16-87. Motion
Carried.
                                ORDINANCE NO. 2120-16-87

AN ORDINANCE TO ADD SECTION 16.12.300 TO CHAPTER 16.12 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 - MISCELLANEOUS
DRIVING REGULATIONS - DISTRACTED DRIVING.

BE IT ORDAINED BY THE BOARD OF CITY COMMISSIONERS OF THE CITY OF HURON,
SOUTH DAKOTA:
That Section 16.12.300 be added to Chapter 16.12 of Title 16 of Ordinance in Revision No. 850
to read as follows:

16.12.300 Distracted Driving.

(a) Definitions
        (1) “Distracted driving” means inattentive driving while operating a moving motor vehicle
that results in the unsafe operation of the vehicle where such operation is caused by reading,
writing, performing personal grooming, interacting with pets or unsecured cargo, using personal
communications technologies, or engaging in any other activity which causes distractions.
        (2) “Hands-free accessory” means an attachment, add-on, built-in feature, or addition to
a mobile telephone, whether or not permanently installed in a motor vehicle, that when used
allows the vehicle operator to maintain both hands on the steering wheel.
        (3) “Mobile telephone” means a cellular, analog, wireless, or digital telephone capable of
sending or receiving telephone messages without an access line for service.
        (4) “Other electronic device” includes, but is not limited to, hand-held computers, pagers,
and video games.
        (5) “Text” or “texting” means using an electronic wireless communications device to
compose or send a written message or image using a text-based communication system,
including communications referred to as a text message, instant message, or electronic mail (e-
mail).
        (6) “Use” means talking, placing, texting, or receiving a call, or attempting to place, text,
or receive a call, on a wireless communications device, including a mobile telephone.

(b) Distracted Driving Prohibited:




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       (1) No person while operating a moving motor vehicle on a public street shall use an
electronic wireless communications device to compose or send a written message or image
using a text-based communication system, including communications commonly referred to as a
text message, instant message, or electronic mail (e-mail).
       (i) Enforcement of municipal ordinance 16.12.300(b)(1) shall be a primary offense.
       (ii) The penalty for violation of municipal ordinance 16.12.300(b)(1) shall be set by
       resolution of the governing board.

       (2) No person having an instruction permit or a restricted minor’s permit shall use any
mobile telephone or other electronic device, including those with hands-free accessories, while
operating a moving motor vehicle on a public street.
       (i) Enforcement of municipal ordinance 16.12.300(b)(2) shall be a primary offense.
       (ii) The penalty for violation of municipal ordinance 16.12.300(b)(2) shall be set by
       resolution of the governing board.
       (iii) A person having an instruction permit or a restricted minor’s permit and using a
       mobile telephone to call 911 to report an emergency shall not be deemed in violation of
       section 16.12.0300(b)(2).

       (3) No person shall use a mobile telephone or other electronic device, including those
with hands-free accessories, while operating a moving school bus that is carrying passengers;
provided, that this section shall not apply to a school bus driver who places an emergency call
to school officials or to 911.
       (i) Enforcement of municipal ordinance 16.12.300(b)(3) shall be a primary offense.
       (ii) The penalty for violation of municipal ordinance 16.12.300(b)(3) shall be set by
       resolution of the governing board.

        (4) Except as otherwise provided in sections 16.12.300(b) (1), (2), and (3), distracted
driving while operating a moving motor vehicle that results in the unsafe operation of the vehicle
where such operation is caused by reading, writing, performing personal grooming, interacting
with pets or unsecured cargo, using personal communications technologies, or engaging in any
other activity which causes distractions, is prohibited.
        (i) Enforcement of municipal ordinance 16.12.300(b)(4) shall be a secondary offense.
        (ii) The penalty for violation of municipal ordinance 16.12.300(b)(4) shall be set by
        resolution of the governing board.

(c) Municipal ordinance 16.12.300 shall not apply to electronic wireless communication devices
in police and fire department vehicles or ambulances used during the course of police, fire and
ambulance related duties.

              David McGirr, Mayor           Attest: Paullyn Carey, Finance Director


                            RESOLUTION NO. 2012-23
                         FINE AND BOND SCHEDULE FOR
              CITY OF HURON MUNICIPAL CODE ORDINANCE VIOLATIONS

WHEREAS, municipal ordinance 16.12.300 states that the fine for violations of the distracted
driving ordinance shall be set by resolution of the governing board, and

WHEREAS, the governing board has reviewed the distracted driving offenses and considered
what would be the appropriate amount for a fine resulting from the violation of the ordinance,




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NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY RESOLVED that the fine for violations of the distracted
driving ordinance shall be as follows:
                                                                                  Power of Attorney
 Code Section                  Violation                         Fine
                                                                                     Authorized
16.12.300(b)(1)   Texting while driving                  $100.00 + Court Costs          Yes
16.12.300(b)(2)   Use of electronic device when          $100.00 + Court Costs          Yes
                  driving with instruction permit or
                  restricted minor’s permit
16.12.300(b)(3)   Use of electronic device when          $100.00 + Court Costs            Yes
                  operating a school bus while
                  carrying passengers
16.12.300(b)(4)   Distracted driving                      $15.00 + Court Costs            Yes

Passed, approved, and adopted this 3rd day of December, 2012, on a motion by Schneider,
seconded by Robish. Motion Carried.

              David McGirr, Mayor               Attest: Paullyn Carey, Finance Director


Departmental Items:
Motion by Haeder, seconded by Robish to approve the regular full-time status of Steve
VanWinkle, Parks & Recreation Dept. Construction Technician, effective December 4, 2012;
Steve will be eligible for the $20.84 benefit allowance, bargaining unit sick leave bank and
other supplemental benefits effective January 1, 2013. Motion Carried.

Motion by Haeder, seconded by Robish to approve the rehire of Sidney Tschetter as a part-
time Assistant Skating Rink Instructor at $7.75 per hour effective December 1, 2012. Motion
Carried.

Work session: Commissioners discussed the city’s current cell phone distribution and
phone plans. It was agreed that the city should look at getting out of the cell phone
distribution and reimburse Department Heads, foreman’s, supervisors and other pertinent
positions approved by the commission and that policies should be written.

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
                                    December 10, 2012


The Board of City Commissioners of the City of Huron, South Dakota, met in regular session on
December 10, 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 Manolis reminded Huron residents that they should park in a safe
zone when a snow alert has been issued. The Police Chief told her that numerous tickets have
been issued. When street crews get done with north-south streets they go to east-west streets
and vise-versa. Park in a safe zone until your street is cleared curb to curb.

Motion by Haeder, seconded by Robish to approve the agenda with the addition of item 8(a)
consider phone policy. Motion carried.

Motion by Manolis, seconded by Schneider to approve the consent agenda: Regular meeting
minutes of December 3, 2012; fuel quotes for city departments; Set December 31, 2012 as the
public hearing date for a Special Event On-Sale Alcoholic Beverage License filed by the Huron
Chamber & Visitors Bureau for a Chamber Mixer at Horizon Health Care James Valley
Community Health Center, 1000 18th Street SW Suite 27, on January 8, 2013; and payment of
bills: A&B Business Inc-Copy Man Mntnce Contract $59.21, Affordable Geothermal-Hydrant
Meter Deposit Refund $750.00, Alex Air Apparatus Inc-16" Hose $35.79, Avera Queen of Peace
Health-Drug Testing $119.80, Banner Engineering-Recyclable Materials $25.87, Central Park
LLC-December 1, 2012 Rent $374,529.00, Century Link-Telephone Service $1,242.29, City
Finance Checks-Utilities $1,330.91, Energy Laboratories Inc-Lab Analysis $501.00, Fair City
Foods-Recyclable Materials $116.02, Fortin, Roger-Refrigerant Evacuation $91.00, Greater
Huron Development-Fourth Qtr Allocation $114,000.00, Hurd Alignment & Machine Inc-Check
Align on Rear Axles $130.00, Huron Garage Door Company-Springs/Spray Lube $858.16, John
Deere Financial-Repairs $142.10, Johnson Controls Inc-Replace Light Sensor $993.37,
Johnson Sand & Gravel-Gravel $5,200.00, Mid-Dakota Rural Water Sys-November Water
Usage $119,302.10, Moeding Carpentry-Shingle 2 Garages $7,862.16, Neve's Uniforms Inc-
Police Apparel $512.51, Northwestern-Utilities $1,325.61, Office Equipment Service-Ink
Cartridges $66.97, Pierre Solid Waste Facility-Landfill Fee $18,251.92, Recovery Systems
Company-Guide & Bearing Assy $164.25, Santel Communications-Internet Service $150.85,
Schmidt, Pat-Awards Banquet Supplies $39.47, Sibley Motor Inc-Police Car Repairs $640.96,
Signature Plus-Award Jackets $232.46, Skyways Ltd-December Office Rental $1,000.00, South
Dakota Federal Property-Door/Caster $55.00, Sturdevants-Repairs & Supplies $491.58, Truck
& Trailer Specialist-Repairs $1,730.49, Truenorth Steel-Storm Sewer Supplies $391.37, Verizon
Wireless-Cellular Service $81.36, Wheeler's Business Product-Mntnce Contract $88.27. Motion
carried.

Motion by Schneider, seconded by Haeder to approve Payment Request No. 12 for the Huron
Aquatic Center Project in the amount of $500,343.15 to flow through the New Market Tax Credit
Structure of Central Park, LLC. Motion carried.

Motion by Manolis, seconded by Schneider to approve Change Order No. 5 (Final) by Dahme
Construction Co., Inc. for Bid No. 2011-01 Water Main Replacement and Lift Station




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Replacement for a net change of $26,465.24 and Payment Request No. 12 (Final) for the same
project in the amount of $31,131.76. Motion carried.

Motion by Haeder, seconded by Manolis to approve Payment Request No. 7 by Maguire Iron,
Inc., for Bid No. 2011-10 East Industrial Park Elevated Water Tower in the amount of
$77,996.90. Motion carried.

The bid opening for Bid No. 2012-13 Water Treatment Chemical Supply was held at 2pm on
December 10, 2012 in the City Commission meeting room with the following bids received:
Hawkins Water Treatment Group, Minneapolis, MN: Item 1. Chlorine Qty 6,000 Lb: Unit
Price: $0.4600, Total Price $2,760.00; Item 2. Potassium Permanganate Qty 4,000 Lb: Unit
Price $3.5900, Total Price $14,360.00; Item 3. Hydrofluosilicic Acid 1,000 Lb: Unit Price:
$0.4400, Total Price $440.00; Item 4. Blended Polyphosphate Qty 15,000 Lb: Unit Price:
$0.7800, Total Price $11,700.00; Univar USA, Bedford Park, IL: Item 1. Chlorine Qty 6,000 Lb:
Unit Price: NO BID; Item 2. Potassium Permanganate Qty 4,000 Lb: Unit Price $3.5490, Total
Price $14,196.00; Item 3. Hydrofluosilicic Acid 1,000 Lb: NO BID; Item 4. Blended
Polyphosphate Qty 15,000 Lb: NO BID. Motion by Schneider, seconded by Robish to award Bid
No. 2012-13 as follows: Hawkins Water Treatment Group, Minneapolis, MN: Item 1. Chlorine
Qty 6,000 Lb: Unit Price: $0.4600, Total Price $2,760.00; Item 3. Hydrofluosilicic Acid 1,000 Lb:
Unit Price: $0.4400, Total Price $440.00; Item 4. Blended Polyphosphate Qty 15,000 Lb: Unit
Price: $0.7800, Total Price $11,700.00; Univar USA, Be dford Park, IL: Item 2. Potassium
Permanganate Qty 4,000 Lb: Unit Price $3.5490, Total Price $14,196.00. Motion carried.

Departmental Items:
Motion by Schneider, seconded by Manolis to approve the job description for a full-time IT
Specialist and to issue a Civil Service Call to fill this position. Motion carried.

Motion by Haeder, seconded by Robish to accept the resignation of a Planning Commission
member Ernest Goettlich. Motion carried.

Motion by Schneider, seconded by Manolis to approve hiring Thay Mla Wah as a part time year
round Library Clerk at $7.50 per hour effective December 11, 2012. Motion carried.

Motion by Haeder, seconded by Robish to adjourn into executive session to discuss
Negotiations [SDCL 1-25-2(4)]. Motion carried. Note time in executive session 5:40p.m. Time
out 7:15p.m.

Work Session: (1) Commissioners discussed the 2013 budget. (2) Commissioners reviewed
phone policies.

Motion by Schneider, seconded by Haeder to approve the Phone Policy. Motion carried.

There being no further business the meeting was adjourned at 8:35p.m.


                                            ___________________________________
                                            David McGirr, Mayor

___________________________________
Carol Tschetter, Deputy Finance Director




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                               City of Huron, South Dakota
                                City Commission Meeting
                                    December 13, 2012


The Board of City Commissioners of the City of Huron, South Dakota, met in special session on
December 13, 2012 at 1:15 p.m. in the City Commission meeting room. The meeting was called
to order by Mayor David McGirr. Present: Commissioners Mark Robish, Dale Schneider, Kerwin
Haeder and Mayor McGirr. Absent: Commissioner Jan Manolis.

Discussion was held on the city’s phone policy. Motion by Schneider, seconded by Robish to
approve the revised phone policy. Motion carried

Motion by Haeder, seconded by Robish to adjourn into executive session to discuss
Negotiations [SDCL 1-25-2(4)]. Motion carried. Note time in executive session 1:51p.m. Time
out 2:32p.m.

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
                                     December 17, 2012


The Board of City Commissioners of the City of Huron, South Dakota, met in regular session on
December 17, 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.

The City Commission recessed to convene as the Board of Adjustments for the following
public hearing: Variance Request: Charles Mahowald, project address 1003 Lawnridge SE, is
requesting to construct an attached garage 20’ from the north property line, where code requires
30’ side yard setback (corner lot) and 4’ from the west property line, where code requires a 30’
rear yard setback in an area zoned R-2 (One Family Residential District). Motion by Schneider,
seconded by Manolis to approve the Variance Request filed by Charles Mahowald with all
comments from the City Planner, Inspector and Hearing Examiner. Motion Carried. The Board
of Adjustments adjourned to reconvene as the City Commission.

Public Forum: John Taylor, Cornerstones Career Learning Center, stated that he was present
with his English as a Second Language class and their student council. They wanted to see how
city government worked.

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

Motion by Manolis, seconded by Robish to approve the consent agenda: Regular meeting
minutes of December 10, 2012; Special meeting minutes of December 13, 2012; fuel quotes for
city departments; set December 31, 2012 as the public hearing date for Special Assessment
Roll for 2012 Curb, Gutter and Pavement Improvements; and payment of bills: A Plus Tire &
Auto Service-Oil $7,455.44, A-OX Welding Supply Company-Fire Dept Supplies $219.33,
AT&T-Telephone Service $35.64, Barton's Heating & Cooling-Filters $70.56, Beck Hardware-
Supplies $61.27, Big Kmart-Supplies $24.24, Bureau of Administration-Long Distance Calls
$144.17, Butler Machinery-Street Dept Repairs $1,071.32, Cardmember Service-
Travel/Books/Supplies $2,141.00, Central Park LLC-Ochsner Nov Payroll/Insurance $6,125.21,
Century Link-Telephone Service $159.12, City Finance Office-Credit Card Charges $2,407.03,
Cole Papers Inc-Janitor Supplies $208.70, Community Counseling Service-Psych Evaluation
$236.00, Dakota Energy Cooperative-Electricity $1,228.77, Dakota Water Softening-Testing
Supplies $576.42, Department of Revenue-Aroma Malt Beverage License $75.00, Diesel
Machinery Inc-Repairs $170.39, Earl's Alignment-Wheel Alignment $168.64, Eaton Corporation-
Repairs $676.00, Farmers Alliance-Propane $1,563.96, Farmers Cashway Do It Centre-
Supplies $83.36, Farnams Genuine Parts Inc-Repairs & Supplies $1,569.53, Farnams Truck
Parts-Supplies $39.51, Fastenal Company-Supplies $188.66, Ferguson Waterworks #2516-
Meters $660.68, Flexible Pipe Tool Company-Repairs $50.00, GCR Tire Centers-Tires,
Installation $476.36, Graybar-Street Light Supplies $227.31, Grayson Auto Parts-Repairs &
Supplies $224.84, H Kuhns & Sons Inc-Sewer Rodding 179 22nd SW $150.00, Hach Company-
Testing Supplies $1,386.67, Harms Oil Company-Fuel $23,120.01, Hawkins Inc-Chemicals
$1,730.53, Huron Garage Door Company-Door Repair $1,996.94, Huron Plainsman-Legal &
Display Ads $823.22, Jack's Janitorial LLC-Supplies $9.75, JD Concrete Products-Concrete
$112.00, Johnson Sand & Gravel-Gravel $3,900.00, Kaufman, Gerald L-December Legal
Services $4,229.12, Kimball Midwest-Repairs $173.29, Kone Inc-December Elevator
Maintenance $248.69, Layher, Derek-Housing Expense K9 Pickup $180.00, Lewis Drug Inc-




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Supplies $38.63, Mathison Company-Yellow Cartridge $66.99, Mitchell Iron & Supply Co-
Repairs $241.88, Muth Electric Inc-Repairs $245.51, NCFE Highmore Branch-Fuel $10,707.96,
Neve's Uniforms Inc-Police Apparel $977.75, Northwest Pipe Fittings Inc-Repairs Supplies
$1,729.62, Northwestern-Utilities $11,593.76, Office Peeps Inc-Supplies $358.89, Oil Well-Hyd
Oil $167.62, Olsen Implement-Repairs & Supplies $385.52, Powerplan-Repairs $246.98,
Prairieland Collections Inc-Utility Collection Fee $241.57, Running's Supply Inc-Repairs &
Supplies $454.87, South Dakota Newspaper Assn-Classified Ad $150.00, South Dakota One
Call-November Message Fees $126.00, Spencer Quarries Inc-Rock for GC Bridge $611.36,
Tiger Steel Mart-Supplies & Repairs $340.34, United States Postal Service-Postage $3,648.83,
United States Postal Service-December Utility Bill Postage $1,470.00, UPS Store-Copies
$130.00, Water Deposits-Refunds $470.19, Winegar, Scott-Change Out Door Locks $52.00,
WW Tire Service Inc-Tire Repair $105.44. Motion Carried.

Motion by Schneider, seconded by Manolis to approve Payment Request No. 7 by CB&I, Inc. for
Bid No. 2011-11 North Elevated Water Storage Tank in the amount of $274,156.70. Motion
Carried.

Mayor McGirr announced that this was the time and place for the public hearing for the Transfer
a 2012-2013 Retail On-Off Sale Malt Beverage & SD Farm Wine License from The Coffee Tree
Inc, 110 3rd St SW Suite 105, to Aroma Inc., 110 3rd St SW Suite 105, and a 2013 Retail On-Off
Sale Wine License filed by Aroma Inc., 110 3rd St SW Suite 105. Motion by Schneider,
seconded by Haeder to approve the Transfer a 2012-2013 Retail On-Off Sale Malt Beverage &
SD Farm Wine License from The Coffee Tree Inc, 110 3rd St SW Suite 105, to Aroma Inc., 110
3rd St SW Suite 105, and a 2013 Retail On-Off Sale Wine License filed by Aroma Inc., 110 3rd St
SW Suite 105. Motion Carried.

The 1st Reading was held on Ordinance No. 2121-10-6 - Golf Course Commission. Motion by
Robish, seconded by Manolis to approve the 1st Reading of Ordinance No. 2121-10-6 with the
2nd Reading to be held on January 7, 2012. Motion Carried.

The 1st Reading was held on Ordinance No. 2122-3-84 - Health Insurance for Retirees. Motion
by Schneider, seconded by Robish to approve the 1st Reading of Ordinance No. 2122-3-84 with
the 2nd Reading on December 31, 2012. Motion Carried.

Departmental Items:
Motion by Haeder, seconded by Manolis to authorize the Mayor to sign a Solid Waste
Management Grant application for recyclable collection truck and containers. Motion Carried.

Motion by Robish, seconded by Manolis to approve the revised City of Huron Employment
Application. Motion Carried.

Motion by Haeder, seconded by Schneider to approve the recommendation to post internally for
a Solid Waste Maintenance II position. Motion Carried.

Motion by Robish, seconded by Manolis to approve the request for Kristina Hughes to be an
unpaid intern in the Police Department for a minimum of 400 hours between December 21,
2012 and May 5, 2013; Hughes is a student at Southwest Minnesota State University. Motion
Carried.

The City Commission will not meet on December 24, 2012 in observance of Christmas Eve. The
next regular meeting will be held at Noon on December 31, 2012.




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Holiday garbage collection schedule: The City of Huron Solid Waste Department wants to
remind residents that Tuesday’s garbage collection will be changed the next two weeks to
Wednesday, December 26th due to Christmas and Wednesday, January 2nd due to New Year’s
Day being on Tuesday. PLEASE MAKE SURE TO SET YOUR CONTAINERS OUT THE
NIGHT BEFORE. Routes can start at 6:00am and trucks will not be rerouted. The rubble site will
be closed at noon on Monday, December 24th, all day Tuesday, December 25th and all day
Tuesday, January 1, 2013. Call 353-8542 if you have questions.

Motion by Haeder, seconded by Robish to adjourn into executive session to discuss
Negotiations [SDCL 1-25-2(4)]. Motion Carried. Time in executive session 5:57 p.m. Note out of
executive session at 6:24 p.m.

Work Session: Commissioners reviewed a draft of the proposed rental ordinance.

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
                                     December 31, 2012


The Board of City Commissioners of the City of Huron, South Dakota, met in regular session on
December 31, 2012 at 12:00 p.m. in the City Commission meeting room. The meeting was
called to order by Acting Mayor Dale Schneider. Present: Commissioners Jan Manolis, Kerwin
Haeder, Mark Robish and Acting Mayor Dale Schneider. Absent: Mayor David McGirr.

Public Forum: Police Chief Gary Will announced that members of his department recently
participated in the “Shop With a Cop” program and that there were 44 children who were
provided shopping visits. Will also presented a “Civilian Service Award” to Zack Nelson who
assisted in locating a child who was reported missing on December 22, 2012. Will went on to
say that Nelson was nominated by two Police Officers for going above and beyond by providing
assistance both live on the radio station and also using Face Book which ultimately led to the
safe return of the child.

Acting Mayor Schneider announced the approval of the agenda as presented.

Motion by Manolis seconded by Robish to approve the consent agenda: Regular meeting
minutes of December 17, 2012, fuel quotes for city departments, and payment of bills: A-OX
Welding Supply Company-Solid Waste Supplies $233.19, Advance Auto Parts-Wiper
Blades/Deicer $88.34, Affordable Geothermal-Hydrant Meter Deposit Refund $650.00, Allegiant
Emergency Service-Class A Foam $350.00, American Bank & Trust-Debt Contributions
$369,512.00, Asphalt Paving & Materials-Deicing Sand $71,439.88, AT&T Mobility-Cellular
Phone Service $461.72, Beadle County Humane Society-Oct/Nov Euthanasia Fees $1,081.10,
Beck Hardware-Supplies $167.22, Boyce Greenfield Pashby & Welk LLP-Skorheim Attorney
Fees $1,487.50, Burnison Plumbing Htg & Cooling-Batteries & Labor $77.91, Butler Machinery-
V Belt Set $1,432.90, Carlson's Northside Service-Gas $310.51, Century Link-E911 Service
$1,082.50, City Finance Checks-125 Plan Reimbursement 12/21 $26,730.31, City Finance
Office-Credit Expense $54.91, Cole Papers Inc-Foam Soap $152.68, Dakota Carpentry-New
Window at Weigh Station $568.96, Dakota Cycles & Hobbies-Repair Chop Saw $57.64, Ecolab-
Pest Control $113.70, Energy Laboratories Inc-Lab Analysis $1,016.00, Fair City Foods-
Supplies $43.05, Farmers Alliance-Propane $2,806.20, Farmers Cashway Do It Centre-Bldg
Rep/Sided Keys $211.38, Farnams Genuine Parts Inc-Repairs & Supplies $1,702.88, Farnams
Truck Parts-Repairs & Supplies $801.34, Fastenal Company-Rags $229.99, Ferguson Electric
Inc-Cable/Flex Conn $270.87, Gary Zell's Auto Glass-Glass & Labor $284.78, GCC Ready Mix-
Sand $1,032.00, GCR Tire Centers-Tires $1,359.00, Grainger-Battery/Eyewash Faucet Mount
$224.00, Grayson Auto Parts-Repairs & Supplies $356.82, H Kuhns & Sons Inc-Sewer Rodding
169 22nd St SW $202.50, Hewlett-Packard Company-Laptop Computer $1,129.00, Hillyard
Sioux Falls-Towel Rolls $64.68, Howard R Green Company-WW Eng Services $5,078.00,
Huron Area Senior Center-Bal of Yearly Allocation $1,974.65, Huron Clinic Foundation LTD-
Nelson Employee Physical $90.00, Huron Welding-Fabricate Manhole Cover $205.56, Jack's
Janitorial, LLC-Cleaning Supplies $158.00, Java Hut Llc-City Christmas Party Meals $1,711.50,
John Deere Financial-Bulbs $108.99, Johnson Sand & Gravel-Gravel $4,628.00, Jungemann,
Brad-Christmas Party Entertainment $200.00, Kaufman, Gerald L-Legal Services $1,317.45,
LaFortune, Matthew-Testing $17.36, Large Lighting.Com-Fixtures for Event Center $5,637.00,
Lemke, David-Operator Certification Testing $18.11, Lewis Drug Inc-Pens $127.40, Light &
Siren-Led Lights & Supplies $233.68, Mac's Inc-Supplies $203.78, Mattke, Jeff-Fence Repair
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Inc-Cross Chains/Swivel Hooks $3,849.00, Midcontinent Communication-Internet $65.00, Muth
Electric Inc-Light Bulbs $10,618.40, NCFE Highmore Branch-Fuel $8,664.88, Neve's Uniforms
Inc-Police Apparel $305.52, Northern Truck Equipment Co-Cylinder $195.46, Northwest Pipe
Fittings Inc-Repairs & Supplies $3,910.83, Northwestern-Gas & Electricity $13,603.82, Office
Equipment Service-Toner/Flash Drive $222.49, Office Peeps Inc-Supplies $212.88, Powerplan-
Cutting Edges $1,571.66, Pro Build-Wallboard/Carpet Shield/Fir $251.53, Prostrollo Motor Sales
Inc-Repair Cracks in Door $288.79, Raymond Oil Company-Fuel $88.00, Robinson Systems-W-
2's/1099's $163.41, Running's Supply Inc-Repairs & Supplies $544.28, Sanitation Products Inc-
35 Gal Blue Cart $121.00, Schoenhard Ford-Plugs/Oil Drain $21.80, SDRS SPP-McHenry Plan
Charge $45.00, Sherwin Williams-Paint Supplies $52.80, Sibley Motor Inc-Police Car Repairs
$1,178.51, Signature Plus-Long Sleeve Polo $45.00, South Dakota State Treas-November
Sales Tax $6,841.54, Sturdevants-Repairs & Supplies $248.16, Tierney Brothers Inc-Ceiling
Plate $59.00, Tiger Steel Mart-Repairs $624.36, Titan Access Account-Motor & Bulb $200.65,
Traffic Control Corporation-Traffic Light Repair $800.00, Truck & Trailer Specialist-Repairs
$2,645.46, Venture Communications Coop-E911 Service $190.81, Vessco Inc-Repairs
$2,624.20, Water Deposits-Refunds $341.26, Wheeler's Business Products-Supplies $98.79,
WW Tire Service Inc-Tires/Repairs $2,102.88. Motion carried.

Motion by Haeder, seconded by Manolis to approve Change Order No. 5 (Final) by Asphalt
Paving & Materials Co. for Bid No. 2012-01 Street Milling for a net change of ($306,242.82) and
Payment Request No. 7 (Final) for the same project in the amount of $68,840.38; City Engineer
Mike Wever explained that the deduction was due to areas on McDonald Drive and 22nd Street
that were not completed and will be added to next year’s paving project. Motion carried.

Acting Mayor Schneider announced that this was the time and place for the public hearing on
the Special Event On-Sale Alcoholic Beverage License filed by the Huron Chamber & Visitors
Bureau for a Chamber Mixer at Horizon Health Care James Valley Community Health Center,
1000 18th Street SW Suite 27, on January 8, 2013. Motion by Haeder, seconded by Robish to
approve the Special Event On-Sale Alcoholic Beverage License filed by the Huron Chamber &
Visitors Bureau for a Chamber Mixer at Horizon Health Care James Valley Community Health
Center, 1000 18th Street SW Suite 27, on January 8, 2013. Motion carried.

Motion by Robish, seconded by Manolis that the 2013 Towing Proposal for the City of Huron be
placed on a rotating month to month schedule between Lincoln Auto Salvage & Rudy’s Towing
& Repair. There was discussion regarding the process used to arrive at the proposal and it was
stated that the city used the Request For Proposal (RFP) process even though not required by
State Law. Haeder questioned if using the RFP procedure it would seem to require that the
proposal be awarded to only one contractor; however, if we did indeed go with a rotating
schedule, which proposal would be used for that particular month. He stated that he had been
in contact with Deene Dayton from Legislative Audit who indicated that contractors could vary
by month but felt that the best proposal should be used for both contractors. City Attorney Gerry
Kaufmann stated that since the amount is less than the required amount for bidding the City
was not required to use an RFP but could if they choose, but ultimately the Commission has the
authority to make the decision. Other questions were whether we would consider this same type
of schedule for items such as banking services, fuel quotes, etc. The vote was called: Aye:
Robish. Nay: Haeder, Manolis, Schneider. Motion failed.

Motion by Manolis, seconded by Haeder to approve the renewal of the City Attorney contract for
2013 with Gerald L. (Gerry) Kaufmann, Jr.; the contract was increased by 2.5%. Motion carried.




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Motion by Robish, seconded by Haeder to approve the renewal of the Golf Professional contract
for 2013 with Jim Bigelow; this contract also contains a 2.5% increase from the previous year.
Motion carried.

Commissioner Haeder reviewed the various amendments to the Fraternal Order of Police (FOP)
Lodge 3A contract. In addition to a 2.5% COLA wage increase, if on August 31, 2013 the sales
tax revenue is equal to or greater than the 2013 projected sales tax revenue, the city will make a
one-time direct deposit payment of $500, subject to deductions as a health cost supplemental
payment to all eligible employees. In addition any wage (COLA), Step increases shall be
effective on the anniversary date of any changes in job classification into the current position,
and employees on a Corrective Action Plan will not receive wage or step increases until all
requirements are completed. A motion was made by Haeder, seconded by Robish to approve
the FOP contract amendments as listed. During discussion Kaufmann suggested that Section
34.01 be clarified to say that the total sales tax must have increased by at least 3% over the
August 31, 2012 figure. The motion was revised to include this clarification. Motion carried.

Commissioner Haeder informed the Commission that the AFSCME Local 169 contract Article
VIII contains the same provisions as was discussed for the FOP amendment. A motion was
made by Haeder, seconded by Manolis to approve the contract amendment with AFSCME
Local 169 which includes the clarification that total sales tax must have increased by at least 3%
over the August 31, 2012 figure and also that the motion would be subject to ratification by
AFSCME. Motion carried.

The 2nd Reading was held on Ordinance No. 2122-3-84 - Health Insurance for Retirees. City
Attorney Gerry Kaufmann explained that with recent modifications retired City employees would
move from regular City insurance to Cobra. Motion by Haeder, seconded by Robish to approve
the 2nd Reading of Ordinance No. 2122-3-84. Motion carried.

                                  ORDINANCE NO. 2122-3-84

AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND SECTION 3.02.033 OF CHAPTER 3.02 OF TITLE 3 OF
ORDINANCE IN REVISION NO. 850, COMMONLY KNOWN AS THE MUNICIPAL CODE OF
THE CITY OF HURON, SOUTH DAKOTA, PERTAINING TO PERSONNEL REGULATIONS –
HEALTH INSURANCE FOR RETIRED CITY EMPLOYEES.

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

That Section 3.02.033 of Chapter 3.02 of Title 3 of Ordinance in Revision No. 850 be amended
to read as follows:

3.02.033 – RESERVED

      Dale Schneider, Acting Mayor                 Attest: Paullyn Carey, Finance Director



Acting Mayor Schneider announced that this was the time and place for the public hearing on
Resolution No. 2012-24 - Special Assessment Roll for 2012 Curb, Gutter and Pavement
Improvements. Garth Couey representing the Huron Christian Church, 777 21st St SE,
expressed concern about the amount being assessed to the church. Originally they were told




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the cost would be $75 per running foot and is now well over $90. In addition, he felt that the
Church had no idea that petitions were being circulated until they had been filed with the City.
Commissioner Manolis explained that after the required 51% of petitioners is reached they are
not required to continue or notify other landowners. As far as the cost increase, the City
Engineer stated it was due mainly because it was discovered that the base of the road was
found to be unstable and needed additional work. Schneider also stated that the improvements
could be financed with the city but would be at a rate of 9% for 10 years.

                                RESOLUTION NO. 2012-24
                                 NOTICE OF ADOPTION
          Special Assessment Roll for Curb, Gutter and Pavement Improvement
               Project No.’s 1 through 3 for 2012 within the City of Huron

WHEREAS,      On the 11th day of December, 2012 there was filed with the Finance Director of
              the City of Huron, the Special Assessment Roll for 2012 Improvement Projects
              No.’s 1 through 3 consisting of Curb, Gutter and Pavement Improvement Projects
              on designated streets and avenues within the City of Huron as advertised by
              Notice of Public Hearing on said Special Assessment Roll in the official
              newspaper of said City of Huron on December 20, 2012.

WHEREAS,      The Board of City Commissioners of the City of Huron, South Dakota, fixed the
              31st day of December, 2012 at the hour of 12:00 PM in the City Commission
              meeting room at the Huron Municipal Building of said City of Huron as the time
              and place for a Public Hearing upon said Special Assessment Roll for said 2012
              Improvement Projects.

WHEREAS,      The Finance Director of said City of Huron did cause a Notice of Public Hearing
              on said Special Assessment Roll for said Special Improvement Projects to be
              published at Huron, South Dakota, on the 20th day of December, 2012 in the
              Huron Plainsman, the official newspaper of the City of Huron and did cause a
              copy of said Notice of Public Hearing to be mailed by First Class Mail to each
              and every legal property owner or petitioner listed on said Special Assessment
              Roll for said 2012 Improvement Projects.

WHEREAS,      The Board of City Commissioners of the City of Huron has considered said
              Special Assessment Roll and there being no objections made or filed except as
              herein noted by any person, persons, firm or corporation thereto prior to or at the
              Public Hearing on said Special Assessment Roll held on the 31st day of
              December, 2012, as stated herein.

WHEREAS,      The Board of Commissioners of the City of Huron, South Dakota, did approve
              and adopt Special Assessment Rolls for the said 2012 Improvement Projects, on
              designated streets and avenues within the City of Huron as advertised in the
              Notice of Public Hearing published in the official newspaper of said City of Huron
              on the 20th day of December, 2012.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that said Special Assessment Rolls shall be forthwith
          certified by the Finance Director of Huron, South Dakota, and recorded on the
          Special Assessment records of said City of Huron on the 31st day of December,
          2012, and that the 1st installment shall be due and payable on the 30th day of
          April, 2013 and subsequent installments shall be due and payable on each




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               succeeding year on the 1st day of January until fully paid; all installments will
               become delinquent after the 1st day of May in the year that said installment is due
               and payable, and that the whole of said special assessment or any installment
               thereof may be paid at any time in the manner provided by law, and that the
               whole of any installment of said special assessment may be paid without interest
               if paid on or before the 31st day of January, 2013, that any installment or
               installments of said Special Assessment Roll paid prior to their January 1 due
               date shall be deemed to be paid in inverse order of their due date and that the
               rate of interest deferred installments bear shall not exceed 9 percent per annum
               except when paid within the 30 day grace period after the filing of said approved
               Special Assessment Roll with the City Finance Director and that Special
               Assessment Roll shall be divided in to ten (10) equal annual installments as
               approved an adopted by this Board, and as provided under Plan Two as set forth
               in SDCL 9-43-102.

Passed, approved and adopted this 31st day of December, 2012 on a motion by Manolis,
seconded by Haeder. Motion carried.

      Dale Schneider, Acting Mayor                 Attest: Paullyn Carey, Finance Director



Resolution No. 2012-25 – Rates Resolution. Various parts of the resolution were reviewed
and it was noted that the recycling portion is not included.

                                     RESOLUTION NO. 2012-25

WHEREAS, The Huron City Commission hereby sets the following rates and fees for city
          services; and

WHEREAS, This resolution supersedes any previous rates and fees resolutions.

  Photo Copy Rates:
    Letter or Legal Size document                                    $0.25 per page
    11” x 17” size document                                          $0.50 per page
    Larger than 11” x 17” size document                    $3.00 per page or the actual cost of
                                                            reproduction, whichever is larger
  Beer Garden Fees:
    Temporary Beer Garden                                       $50.00 each application
    Permanent Beer Garden                                         $50.00 one-time fee
  Dog and Cat Registration Fees:

  Neutered / spayed dog or cat                                                               $5.00

  Unneutered / unspayed dog or cat                                                         $10.00
  Kennel License Fee                                                                       $50.00




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      Dog or cat impounded for running at large and is not
      currently licensed                                                                           $25.00
      Dog or cat impounded for biting                                                              $50.00
       st
      1 Offense-impound fee                                                                        $35.00
       nd
      2 Offense-impound fee                                                                        $55.00
      3rd Offense- impound fee                                          $75.00(Plus possible court visit)
      Boarding Fee – Per Day                                                                       $15.00
      Dangerous or Vicious Animal – Per Day                                                        $20.00
      Convenience Fee                                                                               $2.00
      Duplicate Tag Fee                                                                             $3.00
      Disturbance of Peace by Dogs:
      1st Offense                                                               $50.00 plus court costs
       nd
      2 Offense, within 12 months                                               $75.00 plus court costs
       rd
      3 or Subsequent Offense, within 12 months                                $100.00 plus court costs
      Golf Cart Permit:
      Golf Cart Permit (Ordinance 16.15.050)                                                       $10.00

    WHEREAS, Chapter 21 of the municipal Code of the City of Huron, South Dakota, provides for
    fees for service work performed by the Water-Sewer Service Department; said fees are to be
    reviewed annually by the Water-Sewer Commissioner for possible recommended adjustments
    due to inflation and any changes in the rates must be approved by the City Commission.

Wastewater Rate Schedule
Trunkline Fee (minimum fee based on 50 front feet)                         $ 19.10 /front foot

Excavation Permit                                                                $10.00
Street Repair for Paved Streets up to 2x4 cut                        $150.00 minimum or actual cost
Street Repair for Gravel Streets                                     $75.00 minimum or actual cost
Minimum Service Charge                                                           $25.00
Travel Trailers with water metered through master meter of     $ 21.05 sewer + $ 16.23 garbage per month
trailer court
Trace sewer lines for contractors                                  $ 40.00 minimum + $40.00 per hour

Trench Box Rent                                                              $ 75.00 per day
Backhoe Rent                                                             $ 50.00 per hour + Fuel
Jet Truck with operator:
                                             Regular Hours        $ 175.00 minimum + $150.00 per hour
                                               After Hours        $ 250.00 minimum + $225.00 per hour
Wastewater Fees
                                  Minimum Customer Service Charge Per Month
                                                                             Rural Rates
                               Within City Limits
 Meter Size                      st                                    (Outside City Limits)
                               (1 1,000 gallons)
                                                                         (1st 1,000 gallons)
5/8” and ¾”                $14.30 & $ 2.01/1,000 after               $18.60 & $ 2.65/1,000 after




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Water Fees
                               Minimum Customer Service Charge Per Month
 Meter Size                   Within City Limits                          Rural Rates
                              (1st 1,000 gallons)                    (Outside City Limits)
                                                                       (1st 1,000 gallons)
 5/8” and ¾”              $11.95 & $ 3.95/1,000 after                       $47.30 & $ 3.95/1,000 after
      1”                  $16.75 & $3.95 /1,000 after                       $66.85 & $ 3.95/1,000 after
     1 ½”                 $33.40 & $ 3.951,000 after                       $133.70 & $ 3.95/1,000 after
      2”                  $41.75 & $ 3.95/1,000 after                      $167.10 & $ 3.95/1,000 after
      3”                  $83.60 & $ 3.95/1,000 after                      $334.25 & $ 3.95/1,000 after
      4”                 $167.10 & $ 3.95/1,000 after                       $668.50 & $3.95/1,000 after
      6”                 $334.25 & $ 3.95/1,000 after                      $1336.95 & $ 3.95/1,000 after
      8”                 $668.50 & $ 3.95/1,000 after                      $2672.85 & $ 3.95/1,000 after

Water Fees Continued
                                                   Compound
  Meter                    Within City Limits                                      Rural Rates
  Size                     (1st 1,000 gallons)                                (Outside City Limits)
                                                                                (1st 1,000 gallons)
 5/8” x 2”              $41.80 & $3.95/1,000 after                          $167.10 & $3.95/1,000 after
 ¾” x 3”                $83.60 & $3.95/1,000 after                         $334.25 & $3.95/1,000 after
  1” x 4”              $144.60 & $3.95/1,000 after                          $668.50 & $3.95/1,000 after
 1½” x 6”              $334.25 & $3.95/1,000 after                         $1336.95 & $3.95/1,000 after
  2” x 8”              $668.50 & $3.95/1,000 after                         $2672.85 & $3.95/1,000 after

Trunkline Fee                                                                       $ 18.45 /front foot
(minimum fee based on 50 front feet)
Excavation Permit                                                                        $10.00
Street Repair for Paved Streets -up to 2X4 Cut                               $150.00 minimum or actual cost
Street Repair for Gravel Streets                                             $75.00 minimum or actual cost
Water Fee for Construction without Irrigation                                         $30.00/month
Minimum Service Charge                                                                   $25.00
After Hours Service Charge-
                                           5PM – 10 PM Weekdays                          $50.00
                              10PM – 8 AM, Holidays & Weekends                           $75.00
Repair to MIU because of damage due to                                        $100.00 + $25.00 Service Call
negligence by others than the city
Combined MIU & Register Repair                                                   $40.00 + $40.00 per hr
Replace Water Shut-off Cover                                                          $25.00 + parts
Trench Box Rent                                                                      $75.00 per day
Backhoe Rent                                                                     $50.00 Per Hour + Fuel
 Tapping Fees For Water Services
                          Tap Size                                                 Total Fees
                           1” & under                                              $100.00**
                              1 ½”                                                 $125.00 **
                               2”                                                  $150.00 **
                    ** Plus Meter and Materials.           Fire Protection Services – No Charge
 Tapping fees do not cover materials or the cost of installing the material. Owner is responsible for the
 installation & maintenance of the service line from the main to the house. The water meter and tap must be
 installed within 30 days of purchase. All materials, shut-offs, and risers must conform to city ordinances and be
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Tapping Fees Rural Users
      Rural Tapping Fee – City tap fee plus 40%.
      No Trunkline Fee.
      Monthly service charge as listed above.
      If a rural user is annexed, the rural user may pay the trunkline fee and switch to city rates.
      Rural residents will be served when it becomes economically feasible to install main to their area. The feasibility will
       be determined by the City Commission.
      All materials, shut-offs, and risers must conform to city ordinances and be pre-approved by city engineer before
       installation.




   Residential - Garbage Collection Rates
   1 Pickup / Week                60-Gallon Container                            90-Gallon Container
       1 Container                        $16.23                                          $16.23
   Additional Containers: $4.10 per container per month
   Business - Garbage Collection Rates - 60-Gallon Container
   Times picked up
                                    One                    Two                   Three                   Four
   per week:
        1 Container                $27.81                 $27.81                 $44.60                $61.14
       2 Containers                $27.81                 $61.14                 $95.03                $128.72
       3 Containers                $44.60                 $95.03                $145.41                $195.60
       4 Containers                $61.14                $128.72                $195.60                $263.33
       5 Containers                $78.24                $162.51                $246.89                $329.94
       6 Containers                $95.03                $195.60                $279.20                $397.11
   Business - Garbage Collection Rates - 90-Gallon Container
   Times picked up
                                    One                    Two                   Three                   Four
   per week:
        1 Container                $34.77                 $34.77                 $50.54                $67.38
       2 Containers                $34.77                 $67.38                $105.42                $134.66
       3 Containers                $50.54                $100.97                $151.50                $201.94
       4 Containers                $67.38                $134.66                $201.94                $269.20
       5 Containers                $84.13                $168.25                $252.32                $336.49
       6 Containers                $98.60                $197.20                $295.80                $394.40




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Business & Residential Garbage Rates - 3-Yard Dumpster
Times picked
up per week:
                       One              Two              Three           Four       Five                Six                Seven

 1 Container         $37.28           $74.55            $111.82         $149.20   $186.17             $223.54             $260.61
 2 Containers        $74.55           $149.10           $223.54         $297.83   $372.64             $447.18             $521.22
 3 Containers        $111.82          $223.54           $335.00         $447.18   $558.39             $670.11             $781.62
 4 Containers        $149.10          $297.83           $447.48         $595.56   $744.04             $893.09            $1042.23
 5 Containers        $186.17          $372.64           $558.39         $744.04   $930.62            $1165.57            $1302.84
*Add $7.70 per month rental fee to the above rates for dumpster rent.
 ** Extra pick-ups: $ 20.60 each




Business & Residential Garbage Rates - 4-Yard Dumpster
Times picked
up per week:
                       One              Two              Three           Four       Five                Six                Seven

 1 Container         $50.13           $99.33            $149.10         $198.56   $248.02             $297.83             $347.45
 2 Containers        $99.33           $198.56           $297.83         $397.11   $495.72             $595.56             $694.79
 3 Containers        $149.10          $297.83           $446.62         $595.56   $744.04             $893.03            $1042.13
 4 Containers        $198.56          $397.11           $595.56         $794.12   $992.46            $1191.17            $1349.10
 5 Containers        $248.02          $495.72           $744.04         $995.84   $1240.68           $1487.16            $1736.86
*Add $7.70 per month rental fee to the above rates for dumpster rent.
 ** Extra pick-ups: $ 20.60 each

         Restricted Use Site Disposal Costs
         Compost                                                                                                 $15 per ton
         Appliance charge for starting capacitors                                                                $1 per unit
         Batteries                                                                                               $1 per unit
         Bio Degradable Greases                                                                               $33.30 per ton
         Cardboard – Clean, Recyclable Only                                                                       no charge
         Clean-up by city employees following improper dumping                              $25.00 per hour/ 1 hr. min chg
         Compostable Feed Products                                                                            $33.30 per ton
         Controlled salvage (non metal)                                                                           no charge
         Freon Units                                                                                             $8 per unit
         Min. load charge                                                                                            $ 3.00
         Municipal Solid Waste (MSW):                                                                         $71.00per ton
         Non Friable Asbestos                                                                                 $55.00 per ton
         Rubble                                                                                               $25.00 per ton
         Sorting violations of not permitted waste in containers for improper dumping                                $25.00
         Sump Waste ($3 per load plus)                                                                           $90 per ton
         Trees                                                                                                $15.00 per ton
         Used oil                                                                                                 no charge




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 Car Tire Without Rim                                                                              $2.50 per tire
 Waste Tires by weight                                                                              $200 per ton
 White Goods and Metal                                                                               $15 per ton
 Failure to secure load - branches/trees delivered that is not securely tied
 and yard waste, garbage or other material that may blow from the load that               $25.00 per occurrence
 is not tarped or tied down upon delivery
 Rubble is described as concrete, rock, brick, shingles, couches, lumber (not green treated), timbers, lathe and
 plaster, old furniture, old plumbing materials, carpet and sheetrock


WHEREAS, The city commission hereby delegates to the Solid Waste Commissioner the
        authority to grant a person or entity a full or partial waiver of the Restricted Use
        Sites disposal fees as set forth below:

       (A) (1) of 100% of the cost of disposal related to demolition rubble which contains at
       least 60% or more concrete or brick, subject to City’s need for the material at the Solid
       Waste Disposal site as determined by the City of Huron Solid Waste Superintendent or
       Landfill Coordinator, and provided (i) the person or entity hauls the material to and
       compacts it in the area(s) designated by the Solid Waste Superintendent or his/her
       designee, (ii) the person or entity then places an 8 inch layer of clay over area filled in by
       person/entity, (iii) the above identified work is done at the sole expense of the person or
       entity depositing the material at the Solid Waste Landfill Site, and (iv) the disposal and
       above identified work to be done by the person or entity shall be completed within thirty
       days; or
           (2) of 50% of the cost of disposal related to demolition rubble to be deposited
       provided (i) the rubble to be deposited is from demolition of a structure located within the
       City of Huron following a condemnation determination by the Building Inspector that the
       structure is to be demolished, and (ii) that the disposal to be done by the person or entity
       shall be completed within thirty days;
               (b) a request for a waiver of the disposal fee as set forth above shall in writing,
       stating the reason for the request for a waiver and specifying the thirty day time frame in
       which the rubble would be taken to the Restricted Use Site and during which time period
       the waiver is requested, signed by the person or entity requesting the waiver, and
       submitted to the Solid Waste Superintendent;
               (c) upon written request from the individual or entity granted a disposal fee
       waiver as set forth in (a) above the Solid Waste Superintendent may granted an
       extension not to exceed thirty days; any request for an additional extension shall be in
       writing and submitted to the city commission;
               (d) should a request for a waiver or extension be denied by the Solid Waste
       Commissioner the person or entity requesting the waiver or extension may appeal to the
       city commission within ten days of receipt of the notice of the denial; an appeal shall be
       submitted in writing to the Finance Officer and shall be heard by the city commission
       within fourteen days of the filing of the notice of appeal;
               (e) should the Solid Waste Commissioner be unavailable or have a personal or
       business interest in the waiver request submitted the Mayor shall approve or deny the
       waiver request.

       (B) Yard waste consisting of grass clippings and leaves has been and will be allowed
       into the Restricted Use Site at no charge but will be weighed into the site.




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         (C) People delivering mixed loads of material will be required to make multiple passes
         over the scale since different materials are charged at different costs per ton.

Parking Violation Fines:
                                                                   Fine After 7
             Violation                 Section          Fine                           Fine After 30 Days
                                                                       Days
72 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                             16.28.076     $10.00         $20.00      $100.00 + Court Costs
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
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
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
Service Zone Parking                     16.28.075     $10.00         $20.00      $100.00 + Court Costs
Distracted Driving Violations
                                                                                          Power of Attorney
    Code Section                  Violation                            Fine
                                                                                             Authorized
16.12.300(b)(1)    Texting while driving                       $100.00 + Court Costs            Yes
16.12.300(b)(2)    Use of electronic device when driving       $100.00 + Court Costs            Yes
                   with instruction permit or restricted
                   minor’s permit
16.12.300(b)(3)    Use of electronic device when operating     $100.00 + Court Costs             Yes
                   a school bus while carrying passengers
16.12.300(b)(4)    Distracted driving                           $15.00 + Court Costs             Yes
 




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NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Huron City Commission hereby approves the
rates and fees for city services as listed. Passed, approved and adopted this 31st day of
December 2012 on a motion by Haeder, seconded by Robish. Motion carried.


        Dale Schneider, Acting Mayor        ATTEST: Paullyn Carey, Finance Director


Departmental Items:
Acting Mayor Schneider explained that the Certified Pay Schedule for 2013 reflects a 2.5%
increase as well as step increases unless the employee is already at step 10. Motion by
Manolis, seconded by Haeder to approve the Certified Pay Schedule for 2013. Motion carried.

Commissioner Robish explained that there were two Golf Course Commission positions up for
renewal. Todd Evans’ term has expired and Robish thanked him for his dedication to the Golf
Commission. A motion was made by Robish, seconded by Manolis to reappoint Rick Sabers for
a new 3 year term to expire on January 1, 2016 and to appoint Perry Danforth to serve a 3 year
term which would also expire on January 1, 2016. Motion carried.

Holiday garbage collection schedule: Commissioner Haeder reminded residents that Tuesday,
January 1st garbage collection will be changed to Wednesday, January 2nd. In addition he
suggested that containers be put out the night before as collection routes could begin as early
as 6:00 AM.

There being no further business the meeting adjourned at 12:39 PM.



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                                           Dale Schneider, Acting Mayor

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Janet Bockorny, Deputy Accounting Clerk




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