Attachment I-2 - City of Yankton - Get Now DOC

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					                 CHAMBER OF THE BOARD OF CITY COMMISSIONERS
                          YANKTON, SOUTH DAKOTA
                              NOVEMBER 10, 2008


Regular meeting of the Board of City Commissioners of the City of Yankton was called to order by
Mayor Specht.
Roll Call: Present: Commissioners Carda, Ellingson, Gross, Knoff, Murphy, VanDerhule, and
Wenande. City Attorney Goetz and City Manager Russell were also present. Absent: Commissioner
Lowrie. Quorum present.

Action 08-284
Moved by Commissioner Gross, seconded by Commissioner Knoff, to approve the Minutes of the
regular meeting of October 27, 2008.
Roll Call: All members present voting "Aye"; voting "Nay": None.
Motion adopted.

Action 08-285
Moved by Commissioner Ellingson, seconded by Commissioner Wenande, that the Schedule of Bills
be approved and warrants be issued.
A & R CONSTRUCTION CONSTRUCTION-$60,666.84; A-OX WELDING SUPPLY CO INC-
WELDING GAS-$19.84; ACE HARDWARE-PLUMBING FITTINGS/PARTS-$531.93; ACS
GOVERNMENT INF SERVICE-MAINTENANCE SUPPORT-$2,094.82; ADVANCED HVAC &
REFRIGERATION-SERVICE/REPAIR AC-$244.50; AFFORDABLE SELF STORAGE-STORAGE
UNIT-$46.80; AIR LIQUIDE INDUSTRIAL US LP-CARBON DIOXIDE-$410.00; ALLTEL-CELL
PHONE BILL-$365.15; AMERICAN FAMILY LIFE CORP-FLEX SERVICE FEE-OCT-$135.00;
AMERICAN PUBLIC WORKS ASSN-MEMBERSHIP DUES-$133.00; ANW-SOFT DRINKS-
$79.00; APACHE-RENTAL-$200.00; APPEARA-TOWEL SERVICE-$308.69; APPLIED POWER
SOLUTIONS-AIR COMPRESSOR PARTS-$804.36; ASSOCIATED POOL BUILDERS INC-SAC
POOL REPAIRS-$5,251.54; AVERA HEALTHWORKS-ALCOHOL/DRUG TESTING-$108.00;
AVERA SACRED HEART HOSPITAL-ALCOHOL/DRUG TESTING-$162.00; BAKER &
TAYLOR BOOKS-BOOKS-$2,013.64; BATTERY EXCHANGE-BATTERY-$107.95; BAUER
BUILT INC-PARTS-$299.66; BENJAMIN/JEFF AND JACI-HATS-BRIDGE DEDICATION-
$1,323.00; BEST ACCESS SYSTEMS-KEYS/LOCKSETS-$479.11; BEST BUSINESS PRODUCTS-
CANON COPIER-$100.27; BETZEN GOLF SUPPLY CO-GRIPS-$432.13; BIERSCHBACH EQUIP
& SUPPLY-CONCRETE SAW-$14,875.00; BIG DOG WAREHOUSE INC-LOCKER
PARTS/PAINT-$38.29; BIG FRIEND LITTLE FRIEND-1/2 SP APPROPRIATION-$2,250.00;
BLACK SHEEP PRESS-BOOKS-$40.00; BOBS CANDY INC-SUPPLIES-$13.20; BODY GUARD-
REC PROGRAM SUPPLIES-$32.04; BOLLER PRINTING INC-RECEIPT BOOKS-$483.00;
BOMGAARS INC-STEEL POSTS-$1,502.94; BORCHER'S SUPPLY INC-CHEMICALS-$2,420.00;
BOW CREEK METAL INC-PARTS-$669.98; BROADWAY CHRYSLER-PARTS-$65.90; BROWN
& SAENGER-WINDOW ENVELOPES-$375.86; BUSINESS COMPUTER SERVICES-REPAIRS-
$67.50; CALLAWAY GOLF-GOLF CLUBS-$360.23; CAPTAIN'S INN-DISOVERY BRIDGE
CEREMONY-$500.00; CARLSON AVIATION-AIRPORT MGMT CONTRACT-$887.15;
CARROLL DISTRIBUTING-GARAGE PARTS-$292.89; CHAMBER OF COMMERCE-1/4 SP
APPROPRIATION-$91,785.00; CITY OF SIOUX FALLS-WATER TESTS-$527.28; CITY OF
VERMILLION-JT POWER CASH TRANSFER-$33,078.15; CITY OF YANKTON-CENTRAL
GARAGE-RUBBISH-$38.00; CITY OF YANKTON-CITY HALL-GARBAGE FEES-$29.63; CITY
OF YANKTON-PARKS-LANDFILL CHARGES-$161.40; CITY OF YANKTON-SOLID WASTE-
COMPACTED GARBAGE-$9,455.04; CITY OF YANKTON-STREET-RUBBISH-$52.30; CITY OF
YANKTON-WATER-GARBAGE-$12.00; CITY UTILITIES-WATER-WW CHARGES-$17,568.14;
CLARK'S RENTAL-RENTAL FEE-$89.25; COLIN ELECTRIC MOTOR-SERVICE PUMP-4TH &
BDW FOUNTAIN-$1,011.19; CONCRETE MATERIAL-CONCRETE-$8,098.74; CONKLING
DIST-MALT BEVERAGES-$394.70; COX AUTO INC-GARAGE PARTS-$198.69; CREDIT
COLLECTION SERVICE INC-UTIL COLLECTION-SEPT 08-$661.05; CRESCENT ELECTRIC-
REPAIRS-$1,706.49; CROFTON JOURNAL-BRIDGE DEDICATION AD-$113.75; D-P TOOLS-
TOOLS-$39.99; DAKOTA STATE UNIVERSITY-EQUIPMENT RENTAL-$2,100.00; DAKOTA
SUPPLY GROUP-PARTS-$1,605.85; DANKO EMERGENCY EQUIPMENT-PARTS-$223.51;
DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE-LAB FEES-$100.00; DEPT OF CORRECTIONS-DOC WORK
PROGRAM-$1,796.75; DEPT OF ENVIROMENTAL-20053-RLA-106-$9,705.57; DEPT OF
ENVIROMENTAL-2005-REC-106-$6,393.03; DEPT OF ENVIRONMENT-2005L-RLA-106-2-
$2,304.82; DEPT OF REVENUE-LAB FEES-$1,690.00; DEX MEDIA EAST-PHONE BOOK-
$117.87; DIGITAL ALLY INC-EQUIPMENT-$197.50; DLT SOLUTIONS INC-SOFTWARE
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MAINTENANCE-$2,569.86; EARTHGRAINS COMPANY-ENTREES-$39.11; ECHO-STREET
LAMPS/PARTS-$3,667.45; EDUCATIONAL ADVENTURES-FIRE PREVENTION MATERIAL-
$17.65; EHRESMANN ENGINEERING INC-PARTS-$1,112.38; EISENBRAUN AND
ASSOCIATES-SURVEY PROPERTY-$323.43; ENERGY LABORATORIES INC-LAB WORK-
$435.00; ENSR CONSULTING & ENGINEERING-LAB FEES-$100.00; ESRI INC-
MAINTENANCE FEE-$400.00; FARMERS ELEVATOR COMPANY-SOLAR SALT-$1,871.80;
FASTENAL COMPANY-ROAD MATERIALS-$161.75; FEDERAL PROPERTY AGENCY,SD-
2006 CHEVY SUBURBAN-$14,950.00; FEDEX-SHIPPING-$142.33; FEIMER CONSTRUCTION-
REPAIR/REPLACE LINE-$15,690.00; FINANCE, DEPT OF-PETTY CASH-$50.03; FIRE GUARD-
SCBA FLOW TEST-$1,948.15; FIRST DAKOTA NAT'L BANK-CREDIT CARD FEE-$94.27;
FLEXIBLE PIPE TOOL COMPANY-REPAIR PARTS-$1,128.42; FLOOR TO CEILING STORE-
CARPET-$29,315.58; FOOTJOY-GOLF SHOES/GLOVES-$358.37; FRITO-LAY INC-SNACK
FOODS-$54.40; FULLERTON LUMBER-BUILDING MATERIALS-$231.27; GALE-BOOKS-
$38.92; GEAR FOR SPORTS-MERCHANDISE-$640.12; GEOTEK ENG & TESTING SERV INC-
SOIL SAMPLE TESTING-$2,474.00; GERSTNER OIL CO-OIL-$264.60; GODFATHERS PIZZA-
DOC WORK PROGRAM-$243.49; GRAINGER-CLEANING SUPPLIES-$146.71; GRAYMONT
CAPITAL INC-PEBBLE LIME-$11,960.26; GUSTAD/AMY-REFUND-SWIM LESSON-$19.08;
HAAR CO INC-GARAGE PARTS-$714.87; HARDING GLASS-AUTOMATIC DOOR-$2,587.76;
HARPER INDUSTRIAL BRUSHES-SUPPLIES-$221.60; HARTINGTON SHOPPER-CLASSIFIED
ADS-$272.00; HAWKINS INC-CHEMICALS-$7,173.65; HD SUPPLY WATERWORKS LTD-
PARTS-$3,233.35; HDR ENGINEERING INC-WELL TESTING-$2,800.13; HEDAHL'S PARTS
PLUS-FILTERS-$1,707.47; HEIMES/JANE-BRIDGE DEDICATION-$175.00; HERTZ FURNIURE
SYSTEMS-OFFICE FURNITURE-$1,367.65; HEWLETT-PACKARD COMPANY-COMPUTER
EQUIPMENT-$31,460.00; HI DIRECT ADVANCED-LIGHTING BULBS-$293.16; HOUSTON
EQUIPMENT-LAB SUPPLIES-$245.78; HYVEE-SUPPLIES-BRIDGE CEREMONY-$807.96;
INDELCO PLASTICS CORPORATION-TRANSMITTER-$840.36; INDEPENDENCE WASTE-
RENTALS-$335.72; INFOPRINT SOLUTIONS CO-LEASE/MAINTENANCE-$357.00; J & H
CARE & CLEANING COMPANY-JANITORIAL SERVICE-$1,700.00; JACK'S UNIFORMS-
SIREN REPLACEMENT-$149.95; JCL SOLUTIONS/JANITORS CLOSET-SUPPLIES-$782.00; K
MART STORE #4813-SUPPLIES-$292.03; KADRMAS LEE & JACKSON INC-ENGINEERING
SERVICES-$10,524.36; KAISER HEATING & COOLING INC-FILTERS-$25.12; KAISER
REFRIGERATION INC-CHAIN SAW PARTS-$1,064.89; KELLEN & STREIT, INC-SAND-$.61;
KNOLOGY-PHONE BILL-$2,876.58; KNOLOGY-INTERNET SERVICES-OCT-$704.40;
KOLETZKY IMPLEMENT INC-GARAGE PARTS-$89.67; KUHL/KEVIN-TRAVEL
REIMBURSEMENT-$72.26; LARRY'S HOME CENTER-REPLACE HVAC COMPRESSOR-
$1,087.44; LARRY'S PLUMBING SERVICE-PIPE-$4.98; LEWIS & CLARK BHS-1/2 SP
APPROPRIATION-$10,000.00; LEWIS & CLARK THEATRE CO-1/2 SP APPROPRIATION-
$1,250.00; LIBRARY-CHANGE FUND-REIMBURSEMENT-$26.71; LINWELD INC-CO2-$24.85;
LRC INC-WTRMAIN/STORMSWR-$127,009.70; LYLE SIGNS INC-ROAD MATERIALS-
$636.23; MANNES, ARCHITECT-ARCHITECTURAL SERVICES-$30,528.60; MARKS
MACHINERY-PART-$8.95; MCGRATH NORTH MULLIN & KRATZ-PROFESSIONAL
SERVICES-$1,092.00; MEISNER MANAGEMENT SERVICE LLC-CONSULTING SERVICES-
$1,960.00; MICHAELS FENCE CO-PARTS-DISCOVERY BRIDGE-$28.78; MIDAMERICAN
ENERGY-FUEL-OCT-$2,578.36; MIDAMERICAN ENERGY-WATER/WW FUEL-$638.38;
MIDWEST LABORATORIES INC-SAMPLE TESTING-$7.30; MIDWEST TURF & IRRIGATION-
REPAIR KITS-$1,250.13; MIDWEST WHEEL COMPANIES-GARAGE PARTS-$127.11; MILLER
PAINTING & DECORATING-SANDBLAST/REPAIR POOL-$48,207.00; MODERATER-
ADVERTISING-$121.50; MODERN MARKETING INC-BARRICADE TAPE-$298.75;
MUNICIPAL LEAGUE, SD-REGISTRATION FEE-$100.00; MURDO'S ATEN RESORT-
DISCOVERY BRIDGE PARTY-$2,500.00; NEU POND AND LANSCAPING-LANDSCAPE
SERVICE-$2,486.25; NORTHERN LIGHTS-DISPLAY LIGHT BULBS-$273.00; NORTHERN
WATER WORKS SUPPLY-METER PARTS-$9,875.02; NORTHWESTERN ENERGY-ELECTRIC-
OCT-$51,813.98; NOVAK/ALICIA-REFUND-SWIM LESSON-$24.38; OBSERVER-
SUBSCRIPTION-$30.00; OFFICEBELLA-CHAIRS-$3,108.00; OLSON'S PEST TECHNICIANS
INC-PEST CONTROL-$209.70; OMAHA WORLD-HERALD-SUBSCRIPTION RENEWAL-
$225.68; ONE CALL SYSTEMS INC-LOCATES-$349.00; PENWORTHY COMPANY-BOOKS-
$764.19; PIED PIPER FLOWERS-MEMORIAL-$44.95; PING-GOLF CLUBS-$82.04; PIZZA
RANCH-REC PROGRAM SUPPLIES-$197.98; PRESS DAKOTA-MSTAR SOLUTIONS
CLASSIFIED ADS-$3,339.07; PRINT SOURCE-PRINTING-$1,068.00; PUMP 'N' STUFF-CAR
WASHES-$72.00; QUALITY BOOKS INC-BOOKS-$237.87; QUILL CORPORATION-SUPPLIES-
$165.51; QUIZNOS #9406-DOC WORK PROGRAM-$57.00; QWEST COMMUNICATIONS-
PHONE BILL-$1,547.33; R & R PRODUCTS INC-SUPPLIES-$163.62; RACOM CORPORATION-
RADIO/T-1 USAGE-$1,860.30; RAY ALLEN MANUFACTURING CO INC-K-9 SUPPLIES-
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$134.95; REGISTER OF DEEDS-RECORDING FEES-$12.00; REINHART FOODS INC-
ENTREES-$20.46; RIVERSIDE HYDRAULICS & LAB INC-PARTS-$134.00; ROBINSON
MOTORS-REPAIR VEHICLE-$998.70; RON'S AUTO GLASS REPAIR-REPAIR VEHICLE-
$435.00; ROYAL SPORTS-SHOP TOOLS-$63.05; RURAL DEVELOPMENT-SR CITIZENS
LOAN-$3,075.00; SANITATION PRODUCTS INC-GARAGE PARTS-$49.39; SDML WORKERS
COMPENSATION FUND-WORK COMP RENEWAL-$117,548.00; SHEEHAN MACK SALES &
EQ INC-PARTS-$20.29; SKYHAWKE TECHNOLOGIES LLC-MERCHANDISE-$535.87; SOUTH
DAKOTA GOLF ASSN-HANDICAPING FEES-$112.00; SOUTH DAKOTA PLANNER'S ASSN-
REGISTRATION FEE-$80.00; SPORTCOVER INTERNATIONAL INC-MERCHANDISE-$272.06;
SRIXON SPORTS USA INC-GOLF BALLS-$263.48; STERLING SCREEN PRINTING INC-TREE
PLACECARDS-$60.54; STERN OIL CO INC-FUEL-$38,274.35; STURDEVANT'S AUTO PARTS
INC-OIL FILTERS-$33.88; SUPERIOR TECH PRODUCTS-FERTILIZER/INSECTICIDES-
$2,385.75; TETRA TECH INC-MATERIALS TESTING-$911.00; THYSSENKRUPP ELEVATOR
CORP-SERVICE ELEVATOR-$561.17; TINTING PROS-VEHICLE REPAIRS-$309.00; TITLEIST
AND FOOT-JOY-GOLF BALLS-$523.70; TMA-TIRES-$3,071.55; TOM'S ELECTRIC-REPAIR
LIGHTING-SERTOMA-$2,513.19; TOUR EDGE-GOLF CLUBS-$455.64; TRACES-PROGRAMS-
$150.00; TRACTOR SUPPLYPLAN CREDIT CARD-FENCING-$146.85; TRANSPORTATION
DEPT/SD-BRIDGE INSPECTION-$277.74; TRI-STATE FURNACE-CLEAN HOOD VENT-
$300.00; TRI-STATE TURF-REPAIR SPRINKLER SYSTEM-$1,745.48; TRUCK TRAILER
SALES INC-REPAIR VEHICLES-$840.29; TWEEDY/RAY-SAFETY GLASSES-$50.00; TWO
RIVER'S TOWING-TOWING-$160.00; US POST OFFICE-UTIL-UTILITY POSTAGE-$2,100.00;
PRO-BUILD-LUMBER/BLDG MATERIAL-$313.67; UNITED PARCEL SERVICE INC-
DELIVERY SERVICE-OCT-$110.13; UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE-POSTAGE METER-
OCT-$1,172.00; VANDERHULE MOVING INC-OXYGEN/ACETYLENE-$59.50; WATER & ENV
ENG RESEARCH CTR-WATER TESTS-$38.00; WATER GEAR INC-REC PROGRAM
SUPPLIES-$586.72; WELFL CONSTRUCTION CORP-BOOSTER PUMP-$20,195.00; WESSELS
COMPANY-PARTS-$4,229.90; WESTERN OFFICE PRODUCTS-OFFICE FURNITURE-
$6,320.16; WHOLESALE SUPPLY INC-ENTREES-$369.85; XEROX CORPORATION-COPIER
LEASE-$2,347.69; YAGGIE'S INC-FERTILIZER-$323.75; YANKTON AREA ARTS ASSN-1/2 SP
APPROPRIATION-$2,500.00; YANKTON COUNTY TREASURER SAFETY CENTER-BILLING-
$11,392.08; YANKTON FIRE & SAFETY CO-INSPECTION-$87.00; YANKTON FIRE
DEPARTMENT-SEPT/OCT CALLS-$1,600.00; YANKTON JANITOR SUPPLY INC-SUPPLIES-
$939.12; YANKTON MEDICAL CLINIC-FIREMEN PHYSICALS-$1,915.00; YANKTON MOTOR
COMPANY-PARTS-$26.75; YANKTON NURSERIES LLC-PLANTS & SHRUBS-$2,544.00;
YANKTON POLICE DEPARTMENT-PETTY CASH-$28.50; YANKTON REDI MIX-CONCRETE-
$4,399.13; YANKTON SCHOOL FOOD SERVICE-MEETING SUPPLIES-$134.70; YANKTON
WINNELSON CO INC-PARTS-$421.96; ZEP MANUFACTURING CO-JANITORIAL SUPPLIES-
$383.68; ZIMCO SUPPLY COMPANY-CHEMICALS-$1,628.72; AMERICAN FAMILY LIFE
CORP-CANCER & ICU PREMIUMS-$4,791.44; AVERA HEALTH PLANS-HEALTH
INSURANCE-NOV-$69,380.56; DAKOTA TRAFFIC SERVICES LLC-PAVEMENT MARKING-
$61,984.00; DELTA DENTAL-DENTAL INSURANCE-NOV-$5,055.44; DEPT OF SOCIAL
SERVICES-EMPLOYEE DEDUCTIONS-$1,672.76; EDUCATION ASSISTANCE CORP-
EMPLOYEE DEDUCTIONS-$398.52; FIRST NATL BANK SOUTH DAKOTA-EMPLOYEE
DEDUCTIONS-$2,113.56; HISTORIC DOWNTOWN YANKTON INC-SPECIAL
APPROPRIATION-$10,000.00; ICMA RETIREMENT TRUST #457-EMPLOYEE DEDUCTIONS-
$4,936.69; MADISON NATIONAL LIFE INS CO-LIFE INSURANCE-NOV-$569.59; MASONRY
COMPONENTS INC-TRAIL IMPROVEMT-$48,918.03; MCVAY/TYLER-REPLACE LOST
CHECK-$354.87; MUNICIPAL LEAGUE SD-ELECTION WORKSHOP-$60.00; NEBRASKA
CHILD SUPPORT-PAYMENT EMPLOYEE DEDUCTION-$303.00; RETIREMENT SD-SD
RETIREMENT-OCT-$79,359.04; SAFETY BENEFITS-REGISTRATION-$60.00; SDEMTA-
REGISTRATION-$115.00; SDSRP-EMPLOYEE DEDUCTIONS-$187.50; SHERWIN WILLIAMS
CO-CARPET & SPORTS MAT-$42,499.68; SOUTHEAST TECHNICAL INSTITUTE-WORKSHOP
REGISTRATION-$79.00; SUMMIT ACTIVITY CENTER-EMPLOYEE DEDUCTION-$520.39;
UNITED WAY-EMPLOYEE DEDUCTIONS-$84.00; VISA-TRAINING-$518.92; VISA-UPS-
$221.75; VISA-WEBSITE HOSTING-$68.85; VISA-CONFERENCE-$43.88; VISA-FILM
DEVELOPING-$7.69; VISA-ACCESSORIES/BAG-$113.17; VISA-CONFERENCE-$19.27; VISA-
LB PRINTER SUPPLIES-$1,107.89; VISA-KB IRRIGATION SUPPLIES-$301.92; VISA-KJ
SUBSCRIPTIONS-$1,938.02; VISA-DR MEETING-$212.37; VISA-SBH PLANT-$26.50; VISA-
LOLA HARENS POSTAGE-$21.23; VISA-TODD BRANDT COMPUTER SUPPLIES-$13.77;
YANKTON COUNTY SHERIFF DEPT REFUND-$12.00.
Roll Call: Members present voting "Aye": Commissioners Carda, Ellingson, Gross, Knoff, Murphy,
Wenande, and Mayor Specht; voting "Nay": None; Abstaining: Commissioner VanDerhule.
Motion adopted.
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SALARIES-OCTOBER 2008:
ADMINISTRATION-$38,072.51; FINANCE-$37,384.25; POLICE-$177,026.68; FIRE-$13,407.95;
ENGINEERING-$56,598.30; STREET-$55,727.38; SNOW & ICE-$28.91; TRAFFIC CONTROL-
$2,424.89; LIBRARY-$38,061.97; PARKS/SAC-$67,380.70; MARNE CREEK-$4,185.62; WATER-
$45,334.27; WASTEWATER-$35,999.90; CEMETERY-$4,029.77; SOLID WASTE-$20,424.20;
LANDFILL-$19,247.51; GOLF COURSE-$27,262.02; CENTRAL GARAGE-$9,467.52
PERSONNEL CHANGES & NEW HIRES:
New Hires:
Meghan Boyle-$7.50 hr.-Rec. Div.; Morgan Campbell-$7.75 hr.-Rec. Div.; Diane Fuks-$7.25 hr. -Rec.
Div.; Joleen Herrboldt-$7.25 hr-Rec. Div.; Rebecka Jensen-$7.50 hr.-Rec. Div.; Leslie Kirchner-
$1163.08 bi-wk.-Wastewater; Roy Reichle-$7.25 hr.-Rec. Div.; Carmen Schramm-$7.25 hr.-Golf Div.;
Shay St. Pierre-$10.00 hr.-Information Services
Status Change:
Larry Lee Jr.-$1082.45 bi-wk-from Solid Waste to Joint Powers Recycling

Mayor Specht read and presented a Resolution of Appreciation to the Bridge Dedication Committee.
Members of the Committee present at the meeting were Jim Black, Skip Meisner, Don “Murdo”
Edwards, Bob Cappel, Todd Larson, Mike Healy, Fred Pinkelman, and Dave McGregor.

City Manager Russell submitted a written report giving an update on community projects and items of
interest.

Yankton Citizen Ed Gleich was present and requested the City consider a policy where snow plowing
of city streets be done on an odd/even basis.

Action 08-286
Moved by Commissioner Gross, seconded by Commissioner Knoff, that the following items on the
consent agenda be approved:
1.     Permission for Alcoholic Beverages
       Consideration of a request from Eric Lundgren to carry in and serve alcoholic beverages at the
       Dakota Territorial Capitol Building for a dinner party on June 12, 2009
2.     Appointment to Planning Commission
       Consideration of Memorandum 08-221 recommending approval of the Mayor’s Appointment
       of Mike Healy to the Planning Commission due to a resignation on the Board
3.     Introduction to Transition Plan, set public hearing
       Consideration of Memorandum 08-223 and Resolution 08-53, to establish November 24, 2008
       as the date for a public hearing to consider the City of Yankton Self Evaluation and Transition
       Plan for compliance with the American’s with Disabilities Act
Roll Call: All members present voting "Aye"; voting "Nay": None.
Motion adopted.

Action 08-287
This was the time and place for the public hearing on Resolution 08-39. No one was present to speak
for or against adoption of the Resolution. Moved by Commissioner Wenande, seconded by
Commissioner Carda, to adopt Resolution 08-39. (Memorandum 08-225)

                              RESOLUTION 08-39
         A RESOLUTION APPROVING THE 2008 SPECIAL ASSESSMENT ROLL FOR
                   THE DESTRUCTION OF NOXIOUS VEGETATION

BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of City Commissioners of the City of Yankton, South Dakota:

        SECTION 1. That the special assessment roll for the assessment of the property assessable for
the destruction of noxious vegetation in the City of Yankton, South Dakota, is hereby approved and the
assessments as set out in said special assessment roll approved this date are hereby levied against such
property upon filing of said special assessment roll in the office of the City Finance Officer.

       SECTION 2. Said assessment may be paid in one (1) annual installment and shall be collected
under Plan Two, “Collection by City Finance Officer,” as provided in SDCL 9-43.

Roll Call: All members present voting "Aye"; voting "Nay": None.
Motion adopted.
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Action 08-288
This was the time and place for the public hearing on Resolution 08-40. No one was present to speak
for or against adoption of the Resolution. Moved by Commissioner Ellingson, seconded by
Commissioner Gross, to adopt Resolution 08-40. (Memorandum 08-224)

                              RESOLUTION 08-40
         A RESOLUTION APPROVING THE 2008 SPECIAL ASSESSMENT ROLL FOR
            STREET AND BOX CULVERT CONSTRUCITON ON GREEN STREET
                       FROM 23RD STREET TO 25TH STREET

BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of City Commissioners of the City of Yankton, South Dakota:

         SECTION 1. That the special assessment roll for the assessment of the property assessable for
the construction of street and box culvert on Green Street from 23rd Street to 25th Street in the City of
Yankton, South Dakota, is hereby approved and the assessments as set out in said special assessment
roll approved this date are hereby levied against such property upon filing of said special assessment
roll in the office of the City Finance Officer.

        SECTION 2. Said assessment may be paid in ten (10) annual installments and shall be
collected under Plan Two “Collection by City Finance Officer", as provided in SDCL 9-43.

Roll Call: All members present voting "Aye"; voting "Nay": None.
Motion adopted.

Action 08-289
Moved by Commissioner Gross, seconded by Commissioner Carda, to authorize expansion of the
Yankton Transit Bus Barn parking lot on City-owned property located west of the existing parking lot,
at a cost of approximately $45,000.00 with the South Dakota Department of Transportation funding 80
percent and the City funding 20 percent of the project costs as outlined in Memorandum 08-220.
Roll Call: All members present voting "Aye"; voting "Nay": None.
Motion adopted.

Action 08-290
Moved by Commissioner Gross, seconded by Commissioner Wenande, to approve Change Order No.
1 from LRC, Inc., Spicer, Minnesota, a decrease of $14,388.73 for a new contract total of $422,657.12,
for the water main and street reconstruction project on Pearl Street from 3rd to 6th Street; to accept the
project as complete; and to authorize the City Finance Officer to issue a manual check to LRC, Inc., in
the amount of $19,573.50 as final payment for the project. (Memorandum 08-219)
Roll Call: All members present voting "Aye"; voting "Nay": None.
Motion adopted.

Action 08-291
Cindy Brown was present in support of her request to purchase abandoned railroad property located
between Yankton and Irene that adjoins her property. Moved by Commissioner Carda, seconded by
Commissioner Wenande, to direct City Attorney Goetz to generate and execute quit claim deeds to
proceed with the sale of land identified as a parcel of land commencing at a point on the west line of
Section Thirteen, Township Ninety-four, Range Fifty-four, nine Hundred Fifteen Feet North of the
Southwest corner of said Section Thirteen, thence southeasterly on an angle of One Hundred Sixteen
Degrees Thirteen Minutes for a distance of One Hundred Ninety-eight Feet to the southeast line of the
right of way of the Sioux Falls, Yankton & Southwestern Railway Company as the same is now
located, thence southwesterly on a Three Degree curve along the said southeast line of the right of way
of the said Sioux Falls, Yankton & Southwestern Railway Company to a point where the said southeast
line of the said right of way intersects the said west line of said Section Thirteen, Five Hundred Ten
Feet North of the said Southwest corner of said Section Thirteen, thence north along said west line of
Section Thirteen, four Hundred Five Feet to the place of beginning, located in Yankton County, South
Dakota, less highway and roads, said parcel being slightly less than one acre in size, to the adjoining
property owner Cindy Brown at the established price of $85.00 per acre. (Memorandum 08-222)
Roll Call: All members present voting "Aye"; voting "Nay": None.
Motion adopted.

Action 08-292
Commissioner Gross introduced and Mayor Specht read the title of Ordinance No. 916, AN
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ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 2, ARTICLE II, SECTION 2-37, PART (B) OF THE
YANKTON CODE OF ORDINANCES REGARDING VOTING REQUIREMENTS, and set the date
of the second reading and public hearing as November 24, 2008. (Memorandum 08-216)

Action 08-293
Moved by Commissioner Wenande, seconded by Commissioner Knoff, to approve the write-off of
uncollectible utility accounts in the amount of $2,979.63. (Memorandum 08-217)
Roll Call: Members present voting "Aye": Commissioners Carda, Ellingson, Gross, Knoff, Murphy,
VanDerhule, and Mayor Specht; voting "Nay": None; Abstaining: Commissioner Wenande.
Motion adopted.

Action 08-294
Moved by Commissioner Knoff, seconded by Commissioner Gross, to adopt Resolution 08-51.
(Memorandum 08-212)

                                        RESOLUTION 08-51

       WHEREAS, the City of Yankton has determined that it is necessary to adjust the existing
municipal cemetery rates to a level which will ease the current subsidy and help maintain the current
cemetery, and

       WHEREAS, the City of Yankton has conducted a cemetery rate analysis based on other rates
charged by municipal cemeteries in South Dakota.

       NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of City Commissioners:
That the following cemetery rates shall be adopted:

       Description                           Avg.          Current(2006 rates)       Proposed
       Sale of Lots
       Adult                                $390.83               $375.00              $400.00
       Infants                              $162.50               $100.00              $175.00
       Cremains                             $272.50               $375.00              $400.00
        Interments
       Adult-Weekday                        $434.83               $400.00              $440.00
       Adult- Weekend/Holiday               $589.00               $500.00              $590.00
       Cremains -Weekday                    $184.17               $150.00              $200.00
       Cremains -Weekend/Holiday            $338.33               $250.00              $350.00
       Infant -Weekday                      $199.17               $125.00              $200.00
       Infant-Weekend/Holiday               $336.67               $225.00              $350.00
       Disinterments (All)
       Reburial within Cemetery                                             3 x Interment Rate
       Reburial out of Cemetery                                             2 x Interment Rate
       Other
       Setting Markers                        $38.75               $25.00               $50.00
       Setting Monuments                      $38.75               $25.00               $50.00

Roll Call: All members present voting "Aye"; voting "Nay": None.
Motion adopted.

Action 08-295
Moved by Commissioner Knoff, seconded by Commissioner Ellingson, to approve the 2009 Fox Run
Golf Course rate adjustments: Season Passes – Family + 2-$620.05; Family + 1-$584.68; Couple-
$555.29; Adult-$455.47; Limited Play-$389.19; College-$234.52; Junior-$127.59. Green Fees –
Mon.-Thurs. 9 holes-$15.23; Mon.-Thurs. 18 holes-$20.48; Weekends 9 holes-$18.38; Weekends 18
holes-$23.63. Golf Car Rentals – Per Seat, 9 holes-$6.83; Per Seat, 18 holes-$12.08
Trail Fees – Daily-$9.45; Annual-$115.90. Cart storage – Annual-$294.16. Driving Range – Per
token-$2.75; 20 punch card-$44.65; Single pass-$126.00; Couples-$189.00; Family-$252.00; High
School-$94.50. Punch Cards, 10 punches – 9 hole green fees-$141.75; 18 hole green fees-$189.00; 9
hole golf car seat-$63.00; 18 hole golf car seat-$110.25. Annual golf car rental – Individual-$309.75;
Couples-$493.00; Each additional child-$57.75. (Memorandum 08-211)
Roll Call: Members present voting "Aye": Commissioners Carda, Ellingson, Knoff, VanDerhule,
Wenande, and Mayor Specht; voting "Nay": Commissioners Gross and Murphy.
Motion adopted.
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Action 08-296
The proposal to expand the disc golf course at Fantle Memorial Park from a 9-hole course to an 18-
hole course was considered. (Memorandum 08-213) Pat and Scott Hansen were present to speak in
favor of the course expansion. Moved by Commissioner Knoff, seconded by Commissioner Ellingson,
to approve the use of land located in the northeast quarter of Memorial Park for expansion of the disc
golf course to an 18-hole course.
Roll Call: All members present voting "Aye"; voting "Nay": None.
Motion adopted.

Action 08-297
Moved by Commissioner Knoff, seconded by Commissioner Ellingson, to provide City funding in the
amount of $2,250.00 for expansion of the disc golf course from a 9-hole course to an 18-hole course at
Fantle Memorial Park with General/Park Funds being used for this project.
Roll Call: All members present voting "Aye"; voting "Nay": None.
Motion adopted.

City Ordinances and South Dakota Codified Laws that govern Sunday Alcohol Sales were reviewed.
(Memorandum 08-215) Commissioners directed City Staff to introduce an ordinance to amend the
City’s code of ordinances that would mirror State Statutes.

Action 08-298
Commissioner Gross re-introduced and Mayor Specht read the title of Ordinance No. 912, AN
ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING PROCEDURE FOR THE ISSUANCE AND REGULATION OF
ON-SALE LIQUOR LICENSES FOR FULL-SERVICE RESTAURANTS IN THE CITY OF
YANKTON, SOUTH DAKOTA, and set the date of the second reading and public hearing as
November 24, 2008. (Memorandum 08-214)

Action 08-299
Moved by Commissioner Knoff, seconded by Commissioner Gross, to adopt Resolution 08-52.
(Memorandum 08-218)

                                         Resolution 08-52
                A Resolution Establishing Base Salary Adjustments at 3% for Eligible
                       City Employees of the City of Yankton, South Dakota

WHEREAS, adequate monies have been provided for in the adopted 2009 budget, for the
remuneration of services rendered by City of Yankton employees; and

WHEREAS, the City Commission is limited by collective bargaining labor negotiations from enacting
a city-wide adjustment; and

WHEREAS, the City Commission wishes to provide a base adjustment for all eligible City employees
of 3%;

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of City Commissioners that the City
Manager implement a base adjustment of 3% on January 1, 2009 for all regular full-time and regular
part-time employees not represented by collective bargaining labor negotiations.

Roll Call: All members present voting "Aye"; voting "Nay": None.
Motion adopted.

Action 08-300
Moved by Commissioner Kraft, seconded by Commissioner Wenande, to adjourn at 8:07 p.m.
Roll Call: All members present voting "Aye"; voting "Nay": None.
Motion adopted.


                                                                     Dan Specht
                                                                       Mayor
ATTEST:
              Al Viereck
              Finance Officer                                      Published November 15, 2008

				
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