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									                                             November 28, 2006

   The Lincoln County Board of Commissioners met at 8:30 A.M. November 28, 2006 with members
Burdell Coplan, Otto Hagedorn, Jim Schmidt, and Dennis Weeldreyer, present. Michael Poppens was
absent. The Deputy Auditor was clerk of the Board. The meeting was called to order with the Pledge of
Allegiance to the Flag.
   Motion by Hagedorn and seconded by Coplan to approve the minutes of November 14, 2006. Motion
carried.
   The Clerk of Courts Disbursement of Funds report for mid-month ending November 15, 2006 was
presented as follows:      State Fines $11,036.31 State Costs $908.19, Cash Fees $970.80, Law Library
$152.00, Petty Offense $394.00, Court Appointed Attorney Repayments $2,402.00, Divorce Fees
$100.00.
   The Lincoln County Sheriff’s mileage log for the month of October 2006 was presented.
   Motion by Hagedorn and seconded by Schmidt to off the table Elmen Acres posting of bond for
improvements. No action was taken. Motion carried.
   RESOLUTION: BE IT RESOLVED that the Chairman is hereby authorized to execute the Statement
of Work Requested with Xcel Energy and Lincoln County agreement to pay cost of converting overhead
facilities to underground. Motion by Schmidt and seconded by Coplan. All Commissioners present voted
“Aye”.
   RESOLUTION: BE IT RESOLVED that the Chairman is hereby authorized to execute the Agreement
for Exchange with the City of Canton; WHEREAS the City of Canton agrees to convey the following
described real property: The North Half (N1/2) of vacated 4th Street abutting Block Eleven (11), Original
Canton, Lincoln County, South Dakota. Motion by Coplan and seconded by Schmidt. All Commissioners
present voted “Aye”.
   Mileage logs for the use of county vehicles were presented for the month of November 2006.
   Becky Zeilstra presented the quotes for a new printer in the Auditor’s office. Motion by Schmidt
seconded by Coplan to accept the quote from Best Business Products for a lease/purchase for 36
months. Motion carried.
   Marlene Sweeter representing the Insurance Committee presented the Board with their
recommendation for County’s Health Insurance. Wellmark Blue Cross Blue Shield and Medica were the
two companies quoting our group health. Motion by Coplan and seconded by Schmidt to continue our
health care plan with Wellmark. Motion carried.
   The first reading and hearing on the petition to rezone from “A” Agricultural Use District to “I” Industrial
District the property described as: Approximately 142.8 acres in the Northeast Quarter (NE¼) *except Lot
H-1* of Section Eighteen (18), Township Ninety-Eight (98) North, Range Fifty (50) West of the 5th P.M.,
Lincoln County, South Dakota was held as published. There was no public comment concerning the
petition.
   Motion by Schmidt and seconded by Hagedorn to set the second reading on December 5, 2006 for
9:00 am for the petition to rezone to wit: Approximately 142.8 acres in the Northeast Quarter (NE1/4)
*except Lot H-1* of Section Eighteen (18), Township Ninety-Eight (98), Range Fifty (50) West of the 5th
P.M., Lincoln County, South Dakota from “A” Agricultural and Public Use District to “I” Industrial District.
Motion carried.
   RESOLUTION: BE IT RESOLVED that the Plat of Tract 3A of Roetzel Addition in the Northeast One
Quarter of the Southeast One Quarter (NE1/4,SE1/4) of Section Thirty-three (33), Township Ninety-nine
(99) North, Range Fifty (50) West of the 5th P.M., Lincoln County, South Dakota was duly submitted to the
board of County commissioners of Lincoln County, and that after due consideration of the same Board,
approved said Plat. Motion by Schmidt and seconded by Hagedorn. All Commissioners present voted
“Aye”.
   RESOLUTION: BE IT RESOLVED that the Plat of Tract 1 of Comford’s Addition in the Northwest
Quarter (NW1/4) of Section Thirty-four (34), Township Ninety-nine (99) North, Range Forty-nine (49)
West of the 5th P.M., Lincoln County, South Dakota was duly submitted to the board of County
commissioners of Lincoln County, and that after due consideration of the same Board, approved said
Plat. Motion by Schmidt and seconded by Hagedorn. All Commissioners present voted “Aye”.
   RESOLUTION: BE IT RESOLVED that the Plat of Bogue’s Addition Tract 2, an Addition in the
Southeast One Quarter of the Northeast One Quarter (SE1/4,NE1/4) and the Northeast One Quarter of
the Southeast One Quarter (NE1/4,SE1/4) of Section Seventeen (17), Township Ninety-six (96) North,



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Range Forty-nine (49) West of the 5th P.M., Lincoln County, South Dakota was duly submitted to the
board of County commissioners of Lincoln County, and that after due consideration of the same Board,
approved said Plat. Motion by Schmidt and seconded by Hagedorn. All Commissioners present voted
“Aye”.
    RESOLUTION: BE IT RESOLVED that Pursuant to Section 202, of the Lincoln County Subdivision
Ordinance, that a variance concerning culverts located at Lot 10, Blk 1 of Atkins Addition of Section One
(1), Township Ninety-nine (99) North, Range Fifty-one (51) West of the 5th P.M., Lincoln County, South
Dakota was duly submitted to the board of County commissioners of Lincoln County, and that after due
consideration of the same Board, approved said variance. Motion by Schmidt and seconded by
Hagedorn. All Commissioners present voted “Aye”.
    AJ Swanson representing Dayton Township requested permission to reduce the speed limit on two
township roads.
    RESOLUTION: WHEREAS, SDCL 32-25-9.1 provides, in pertinent part, that any board of county
commissioners may determine and establish speed zones upon streets and highways on the request of
and after any other local authority having charge of the maintenance of the highway has declared its
intention to post speed zones, and WHEREAS, pursuant to a resolution passed on October 31, 2006, the
Dayton Township Board of Supervisors has respectfully requested and recommend that the Lincoln
County Board of Commissioners establish a maximum speed limit of 35 miles per hour upon certain
gravel roads within its jurisdiction, and WHEREAS, the Dayton Township Board of Supervisors has
agreed to the expenditure of Township funds for the purchase, conspicuously placed at the beginning and
ending of such established speed zone, NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that after due
consideration of the circumstances, the Board of County Commissioners, pursuant to SDCL 32-25-9.1,
finds it advisable and proper to establish a maximum speed limit of 35 miles per hour upon the following
sections of gravel road within the jurisdiction of Dayton Township: 1) beginning at the intersection of
273rd Street and 480th Avenue and continuing east for approximately 0.5 mile, such speed limit being
applicable to both eastbound and westbound traffic; 2) beginning at the intersection of 477th Avenue and
274th Street and continuing south for approximately 0.5 mile, such speed limit being applicable to both
northbound and southbound traffic. Motion by Coplan seconded by Schmidt. All Commissioner present
for “Aye”.
    RESOLUTION: BE IT RESOLVED that the Chairman is hereby authorized to execute the Agreement
for Gravel Crushing and Stockpiling by and between Lincoln County and Bowes Construction Inc. Motion
by Hagedorn and seconded by Schmidt. All Commissioners present voted “Aye”.
    Motion by Schmidt and seconded by Hagedorn to approve the application submitted by Southeastern
Electric for permit to locate in County Highway #116 right of way located in Goeman Tract A NW1/4 of
Section 19 Township 99 North Range 50 West of the 5th P.M., Lincoln County, South Dakota. Motion
carried.
    RESOLUTION: BE IT RESOLVED that the Chairman is hereby authorized to execute the Agreement
for Use and Restoration of Detour and/or Wet Weather Detour, on Lincoln County Roads 123 and 106.
Motion by Coplan and seconded by Hagedorn. All Commissioner present voted “Aye”.
    Highway Superintendent Allan Bonnema needs to appoint 3 individuals to appraise the 1973
Caterpillar Front-end Loader which was declared surplus. Motion by Schmidt and seconded by Hagedorn
to appoint Tom Winter, John Frislie, Roger Sehr or Chuck Molstad to do the appraisal. Motion carried.
    RESOLUTION: BE IT RESOLVED that the Lincoln County Highway Superintendent is hereby
authorized and directed to advertise for sealed bids for the 2007 Ashalt Paving Project to be accepted no
later that 11:00 a.m. on December 22, 2006. Motion by Coplan and seconded by Schmidt. All
Commissioner present voted “Aye”.
    Ray Woodson reported to the Board his plans for financing the new building. The Bonds will go on
sale the week of December 11, 2006 and close the last week of December, 2006.
    Hugh Grogen and Julie Claveau appeared before the Board with County Assistance Issues. The
Board agreed to change Lincoln County’s guidelines, on a trial basis, to treat rent and mortgage
payments the same, as long as indigent guidelines are met.
   Motion by Schmidt and seconded by Hagedorn to approve the following claims. Motion carried.
   The following claims were approved: General Fund: Witnesses, Fees & Mileage $78.40; Jurors, Fees &
Mileage VanderLaan, Carol $22.80; Teresa Feucht $10.64; Hoffman, Donald $19.60; Hinkle, Valerie $66;
Maltaverne, Mark $66; McCormick, April $66; Metcalf, Robert $64.08; Redmond, James $62.80; Salonen,
Nicole $59.60; Toupal, Cody $66; Tuttle, Laurie $66; VanBeest, April $69.20; Vandemore, Roger $5.20; Dale



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Bader $19.60; Veronica Bjornson $17.68; Arlyn Broekhuis $22.80; Barbara Ellerbroek $19.60; Donna Epp
$19.60; Susan Graff $69.20; Travis Hansen $21.52; Kristi Hey $62.80; Gail Jamison $61.52; Matthew Keiper
$64.08; Sarah Koustrup $17.68; Laci Kroger $10.64; Bradley Kulzer $17.68; Amy Lebert $17.68; Emery Lee
$22.80; Brian Melchert $29.20; Richard Mjolsness $62.80; Amy Palmer $56.40; Sarah Peterson $60.88;
Kristine Plack $19.60; Lisa Prindiville $66; James Pullen $26; Timothy Reuer $15.76; Kathy Rippentrop $22.80;
Pamela Rodgers $29.20; Pamela Schmidt $32.40; Brian Sopinski $69.20; Nicole Stadlman $59.60; Brent
Tjeerdsma $17.68; David VanMiddendorp $62.80; Dwight Vanzee $27.28; Matthew Westerman $22.80; Lorna
Williamson $22.16; Patricia Ziebarth $59.60; Active Data Systems, toner $260.37; Athey Court Reporting
Services, grand jury proceedings $361.50; Avera McKennan Hospital, mentally ill $580; prisoner care $79.17;
Avera University Psychiatry, psychiatric evaluation $414; Bonnema, Kathy, mileage $11.52; Canton-Inwood
Memorial, prisoner care $648.89; Century Business Products, copier lease pymt/maint $400.87; Chase, travel
expense $292.20; Culligan Water, water/rent $64.50; Dindot-Klusmann Funeral Home, supplies, mileage
$988.16; Dobbe, Steven, registration fee $10; Eastern Farmers, county assistance $370; Election Systems &
Software, ballots $6,672.53; hardware/agreement $3,568; Esther Kuper, school/mileage $22.80; Frieberg
Nelson & Ask, crt appt atty $412; Officemax, dvd writer $69.99; supplies $129.77; IOS Office Solutions,
supplies $86.91; LCM Pathologists, tests $156; Lennox Show Print $envelopes $342; Lewis Drugs, prisoner
meds $1,447.11; LexisNexis, online charges $280; Lipetsky's Irrigation, trip charge $25; Lisa Carlson, transcript
fee $1,990.80; Meyer, Margaret, school $10; MidContinent Communications, internet $190; Mobile Electronic
Service, video camera systems $4,000; National Dist Atty Assoc, membership due $155; Osborn, Roxane,
transcript fees $353.40; Pennington County Jail, prisoner transports $558.15; Pitney Bowes, postage $2,000;
Pizza Ranch, election meals $48.98; grand jury meals $165; Prairie Publications, subscription $26.12; Qualified
Presort, MV renewal cards $948.32; Quill, supplies $38.30; Rural Metro Medical Services, transport $73.35; SD
Human Services Center, mentally ill $200; SD State Treasurer, drug/alcohol tests $1,575; SDACC, 07 county
dues $3,154.41; Sioux Falls Humane Society, animal care $737.58; Sioux Valley Hospital, blood draw $55;
South Eastern Council of Governments, digitize rural parcels $21,532; Staples, supplies $16.99; Steve's Auto
Repair, service vehicle $51.54; Sunshine Foods, supplies $176.91; Thompson Publishing, handbooks $827;
Thompson, Gregg, registration fee $10; Twedt, Bridget, mileage $117.44; Tyler Tech, training $2,645.20; Tyler
Works, trainer expenses $1,158.16; Union Co Sheriff's Dept, serve papers $57.54; Volunteers of America,
shelter care beds $2,790; West Group Payment Center, codified laws $26.
    Road Fund: AmericInn, travel expense $120; Avera Queen of Peace Health Services, drug test
$49.50; Butler Machinery, Caterpillar 950h loader $11,569; parts, repairs $1,852.19; Caterpillar Financial
Services, 5th pymt motor grader $40,961.11; Century Business Products, copier lease/maint pymt $49.40;
Northern Truck Equip, repairs $223.86; Concrete Materials, deicing sand $3,845.38; Sanitation Products,
parts $989; Servall Towel & Linen, towel service $18.72; Sioux Falls Two-Way Radio, parts/supplies
$1,301.85; Star Windshield Repair, rock chips $200; Xcel Energy, electricity usage $29.90.
    Dept of Communications Fund: Motorola, service contract $460.97; Qwest, utilities $945.09.
Emergency Management Fund: Lennox Show Print, class manuals $209; Timmerman, Harold, cell
phone carrier $15.88; Harrisburg Fire Department Auxiliary, lunch-class $72.23; Proefrock Electric Inc,
hookup/install generator $9,889; Prairie Pixel Imaging, training manuals $1,950.
    Airport Fund: Hagedorn Landmark Road District, road assessment-paving project $24,494.
    Debt Service Fund: First National Bank-SF, TIF #1 interest $14,710; TIF #1 agent fees $800; TIF #3
interest $40,522.50; TIF #3 principal $55,000.
    Employee Group Health Ins Fund: The Guardian, dental insurance $78.99; Union Security Insurance
Co, employee life insurance $256.10; Wellmark Blue Cross/Blue Shield, employee health insurance
$30,698.59.
    The following full-time payroll claims were approved:
         General Fund: Auditor’s Office Payroll $13,795.86; Treasurer’s Office Payroll $18,648.41;
Equalization Office Payroll $18,808.44; States Attorney Office Payroll $27,081.63; Register of Deeds
Office Payroll $11,004.23; Veteran’s Service Office Payroll $1,527.94; GIS Office Payroll $3,123.71;
Custodians Payroll $6,523.98; Sheriff’s Office Payroll $44,460.24; Extension Office Payroll $4,319.59;
Weed Control Payroll $945.00; Planning & Zoning Office Payroll $5,338.44; FICA Match $9,109.47;
Medicare Match $3,130.48; SDRS Match $10,012.62; Group Health Insurance Match $10,855.72 Road
Fund: Payroll $42,183.79; FICA Match $2,409.28; Medicare Match $563.47; SDRS Match $2,531.04;
Group Health Insurance Match $4111.75. Communications Fund: Payroll $20,817.75; FICA Match
$1,207.73; Medicare Match $282.46; SDRS Match $1,249.06; Group Health Insurance Match $1646.28.
Emergency Management Fund: Payroll $3,252.68; FICA Match $178.35; Medicare Match $41.71; SDRS



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Match $195.16; Group Health Insurance Match $445.49. Solid Waste Fund: Payroll $6,089.08; FICA
Match $367.82; Medicare Match $86.03; SDRS Match $365.34; Group Health Insurance Match $234.71.

 The Board adjourned until 8:30 am on December 5, 2006.

                                                     Lincoln County Board of Commissioners

                                                     _______________________________
                                                     Dennis Weeldreyer

Attest: ______________________________
        Kathy Bonnema, Deputy Auditor

Approved ____________________________




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