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									  PROCEEDINGS OF THE BOARD OF MEADE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
                        March 7, 2000


       The Board of Meade County Commissioners met March 7, 2000, at 9:00
a.m. with Neal Rowett, Bob Mallow, Curtis Nupen, Jack Wilson, and Merlin
Ehlers present.

      Department Heads met with the Board to discuss office matters.

      Motion was made by Wilson, seconded by Mallow, all Commissioners
voted yes to replace Marvis Munroe with Diane Humble to serve on the
Extension Board.

       Motion was made by Mallow, seconded by Wilson, all Commissioners
voted yes to approve the minutes of the February 2000 meeting.

       Ron Merwin, Meade County Sheriff, discussed with the Board schooling
and hiring replacements. Motion was made by Mallow, seconded by Nupen, all
Commissioners voted yes to approve Harvey Beug, Animal Control Officer, to
attend chemical capture school. The cost of the school is $225.00 plus $40.00
dues. The school will be in Lead, SD, May 10th, 11th and 12th, 2000.

        Motion was made by Mallow, seconded by Wilson, all Commissioners
voted yes to approve the replacement of a female correction officer, and to also
hire a temporary female correction officer for a three (3) month period.

       Motion was made by Mallow, seconded by Nupen, all Commissioners
voted yes to approve the Dispatch position to full-time for a three (3) month
period instead of three-quarter time.

      Stan and Mary Debolt met with the Board to discuss their concerns over
the 911 addressing. Debolts were having problems with the U.S. Postal Service.
Their mail comes back to them asking them to use their 911 address. Also the
address of Rolling Hills was getting confused with Rolling Hills in Pennington
County. The Board agreed that 911 Coordinator Percy Bekken shall work on the
same to see if any changes can be done for renaming roads so there is not
confusion. Bekken is to come back to the Board to discuss the same at a later
date.

       Kathie Grant, Emergency Management Director, presented to the Board a
Resolution Request for State Assistance. The Board recommended that Grant
go over the same with the State’s Attorney due to the wording of the same.
Motion was made by Mallow to go into executive session due to personnel
matters. Said motion died from lack of a second. Motion was made by Mallow,
seconded by Nupen, all Commissioners voted yes to table the Resolution until
2:15 p.m. March 8, 2000.

       Rock Bestgen and Don Miller discussed with the Board the Sherman
Street extension.     Bestgen presented to the Board a quote from Short
Construction on the same. The Board then asked for Kevin Forrester, Head of
Buildings and Maintenance, to be available for said discussion. The extension
would widen the street which would knock out part of the cement retaining wall.
Discussion was had on knocking out all of the cement retaining wall. The County
would talk to the landowner neighboring the same to the South. The County’s
parking lot would maintain the same grade. There would be a small portion of
the County’s parking lot that would have to be patched in order to level the same.
The Cemetery Board will install curb and gutter and black top the road on their
portion. This will then direct the water flow into the gutters at Sherman Street
instead of across the County’s parking lot.. The County’s portion would be
roughly $10,394.00. Motion was made by Mallow, seconded by Wilson, all
Commissioners voted yes to continue with the project and possibly take out the
remaining retaining wall after consideration of said neighbors.

       Vern Ernst and Maria Grogan discussed with the Board a vacation of
section line. State’s Attorney Jennifer Utter was called in on the same.
Procedure was given to Ernst and Grogan on how to vacate the same. Utter was
going to give a determination on said case Hone Family Trust vs. City of Sioux
Falls.

      Meeting recessed at 11:50 a.m. and reconvened at 1:00 p.m.

       Talbot Wiecorzek, Attorney at Law, discussed with the Board the petitions
which were presented to the Board for the Piedmont Valley Sanitation District.
State’s Attorney Utter was asked to interpret a statute concerning the posting of
the survey and map. The Auditor informed Mr. Wiecorzek that the survey and
map needed to be posted for not less than twenty (20) days in a proposed public
area within said territory. Wiecorzek informed that he would get the Affidavit of
Survey sent to the Auditor’s Office and would let the Auditor know of a public
place for the same to be posted.

       Gene McPherson presented to the Board his method of funding
motorcycle rally related government services. McPherson would like to see SD
Legislation authorize an additional 4% general sales tax to be levied in selected
counties (and municipalities that fall within the same) during two weeks in
August. The additional sales tax would affect residents as little as possible due
to the tax being imposed during the two weeks at the height of the Rally. Said
additional sales tax revenue collected from each county would be returned but
not directly. It would be returned to an entity consisting of equal representatives
from the selected municipalities, and their parent county government. Senator
Marguerite Kleven, and Representative Willard Pummel were on hand at said
meeting. The general consensus of the Board was to proceed with the same.

       James Hansen, Business Representative of Operating Engineers Local
Union No. 3 addressed the Board requesting that the Union be recognized as the
exclusive representative for the purpose of meeting and negotiating with Meade
County, with respect to grievance procedures and conditions of employment for
those County employees in the classifications of: Sheriff Deputies, Correction
Officers, Correctional support staff, secretarial staff and dispatchers. Bob
Lehrkamp, Investigator for the Meade County Sheriff’s Office, confirmed that 36
employees had signed applications for membership. Motion was made by
Mallow, seconded by Ehlers, all Commissioners voted yes to have the same be
represented by Local Union No 3.

       State’s Attorney, Jennifer Utter, and Ron Merwin, Meade County Sheriff,
met with the Board. Motion was made by Wilson, seconded by Nupen, all
Commissioners voted yes to go into executive session due to personnel matters.
Motion was made by Mallow, seconded by Ehlers, all Commissioners voted yes
to go out of executive session and return to regular session.

       Motion was made by Mallow, seconded by Ehlers, all Commissioners
voted yes to approve advertising for replacing jail staff personnel.

       Utter discussed with the Board the Resolution Request for State
Assistance that Kathie Grant had presented to the Board earlier. She went over
the various paragraphs with the Board and will present the final copy to Kathie
during her time at 2:15 p.m. March 8, 2000.

      Utter also discussed with the Board the representation on the Mountain
Pine Beetle Case. Utter was under the impression that she was representing the
County on the same. Confusion had serviced due to a meeting held on the same
January 26, 2000. Wherein Scott Horngren was under the impression that he
would be representing the Logging Association and combine the case.            The
Board informed Utter that she would represent the County.

       Utter presented to the Board statutory duties as they relate to
Commissioners’ meetings, and the duties of the Auditor concerning the same.
Said information was requested by the Auditor.

      Laverne Hermanson, Hazardous Materials Coordinator, discussed
approval of attending Advanced Incident Command ICS 400 School in Pierre,
SD, April 3rd, 4th and 5th. The same will be paid for by the State. Motion was
made by Mallow, seconded by Ehlers, all Commissioners voted yes to approve
the same.

       Hermanson presented to the Board a proposal from the Sturgis Volunteer
Fire Department. The proposal is for a stall in the new fire hall. Said quote was
$25,000 to $30,000 to house the Hazard Material’s Van in a 12’ x 70’ stall.
Hermanson explained to the Board that a 12’ x 70’ stall was too big. The Board
was not willing to pay $25,000 to $30,000 because it is a service to the City of
Sturgis along with Meade County.

       Michael R. Sigman, Elk Valley Ranchettes Homeowners Association,
discussed his concerns with the developer due to issues concerning the water.
The developer had assured that there would be provided safe and adequate
water supply from an existing well system. Said system was to be taken over by
the homeowners once the subdivision was fully established. The developer also
assured that if the water supply would prove to be inadequate or unsafe that a
new well would be drilled. Initially there were to be only 15 to 16 homes on the
same. Now there is projected to be 25 homes on the same. The concerns of the
homeowners include: rotten egg smell in water (sulfur), rust (iron) in water, water
pressure to houses inadequate, and controls system on the water system. The
Board suggested that Kirk Chaffee, Director of Equalization, coordinate efforts
with the State’s Attorney to shut off building permits until the water is usable. A
letter will first be sent to the Developer, then the same will be addressed by
Planning and Zoning before anything will be done further.

      Greg Palmer, Black Hills Council of Local Governments, presented to the
Board the need of a CDBG Grant for the Black Hawk Sanitary District which need
major improvements. Said grants are run through the County Auditor’s Office.
Motion was made by Mallow, seconded by Nupen, all Commissioners voted yes
to support the Black Hawk Sanitary District proposal and upgrading of the same.

       Meeting adjourned at 5:00 p.m. and reconvened 9:00 a.m., March 9, 2000
due to a blizzard March 8, 2000, with Rowett, Mallow, Nupen, Wilson and Ehlers
present.

       Dan Weischedel, Highway Superintendent, discussed with the Board
people concerned with Bethlehem Cave Road. Weischedel explained to the
Board that gravel had been put down on the same, but where the sun hits the
road it is smooth and hard, but where it is shaded it is very sloppy. The Board
informed Weischedel to do what he had to do to get the road into shape.
Weischedel suggested blading it off until they can gravel those areas again.

       Discussion was had on Peaceful Pines Road from BJ’s to Woodland Hills.
The road is rough and has a lot of patches. Weischedel suggested a proposal
for 2001 of putting an overlay on the same using license fee money. The Board
suggested that Weischedel find out costs on the same and then they will look at
the 2001 budget.

      Weischedel informed the Board that he had went out and checked out
road 23-T where there was a livestock on road problem. Motion was made by
Mallow, seconded by Ehlers, all Commissioners voted yes to place two (2)
livestock at large signs at the beginning and ending of the 4.4 miles, and two (2)
cattle crossing signs.

       Weischedel also informed the Board on road 26-C the putting in of a cattle
pass. Motion was made by Mallow, seconded by Wilson, all Commissioners
voted yes, that an underpass could be put in at the owner’s expense along with
rerouting the traffic so that there still is a flow. Said project would have to be
completed within a ten (10) day period once it is started.

       Weischedel informed the Board that this is the year for bridge inspections.
Motion was made by Mallow, seconded by Wilson, all Commissioners voted yes
to go with Brosz Engineering of Pierre, SD.

                       BRIDGE REINSPECTION
                       PROGRAM RESOLUTION
              FOR USE WITH SDDOT RETAINER CONTRACTS

WHEREAS, paragraph 124 of Title 23, United States Code (USC), requires initial
inspection of all bridges and reinspection at intervals not to exceed two years.

THEREFORE, Meade County is desirous of participating in the Bridge Inspection
Program using Bridge Replacement funds.

Meade County requests SDDOT to hire Brosz Engineering for the reinspection
work. The SDDOT will secure federal approvals, make payments to the
Consulting Engineer for inspection services rendered, and bill the county for 20%
of the cost. Meade County will be responsible for the required 20% matching
funds.

There are a total of 118 bridges in Meade County that require reinspection.

      Dated this 9th day of March, 2000, at Sturgis, South Dakota.

                                         Board of County Commissioners of
                                         Meade County

                                         _____________________________
                                         Neal Rowett, Chairman if the Board

ATTEST:


______________________________
Lisa Hunt, Meade County Auditor


      Motion was made by Nupen, seconded by Mallow, all Commissioners
voted yes to approve the Pavement Marking Agreements with the State. Said
cost would be shared 60% State, 40% County.

      Hearing was to be held on March 8, 2000, at 10:00 a.m. said hearing was
postponed due to the blizzard on roads deletion:

       6-L, beginning at the Northwest corner of the Northwest ¼ of Section 17,
Township 4 North, Range 14 East, thence South to the Southwest corner of the
Southwest ¼ of Section 20, Township 4 North, Range 14 East. Consisting of two
miles.

      6-L, beginning at the Southeast corner of the Southeast ¼ of Section 19,
Township 4 North, Range 14 East, thence West to the Southwest corner of the
Southwest ¼ of Section 19, Township 4 North, Range 14 East. Consisting of
one mile.
       Motion was made by Mallow, seconded by Nupen, all Commissioners
voted yes to readvertise and set said hearing for April 5, 2000, at 10:00 a.m.

      Motion was made by Wilson, seconded by Mallow, all Commissioners
voted yes to let Weischedel call for bids on said new shop building on the
Hereford property, pending plat approval on the same.

        Motion was made by Mallow, seconded by Nupen, all Commissioners
voted yes to approve a letter from the South Dakota Highway Patrol as a request
for assistance and as authorization for the County to employ whatever means
necessary, for County Bridges in Meade County South Dakota regarding weight
limits enforcement.

       Weischedel brought to the attention of the Commissioners a letter from
Larry C. Smith, P.E., US Department of Transportation. Funding was not
available to put the second 2” overlay on the Vanocker Canyon Road.
Weischedel had talked to Craig Actis from the Federal Highway Administration,
Actis asked at what point would the County take over maintenance on the same.
Motion was made by Wilson, seconded by Ehlers, all Commissioners voted yes
to agree with the Highway Superintendent that the County not take over the
Road until there is 4” of asphalt overlay on the road.

      Weischedel informed the Commissioners of an upcoming gravel
maintenance workshop. When he got more specifics he would let the Board
know.

      Ray Murray presented to the Board a map showing the intersection of
Dolan Creek Road and Pine Glenn Drive (Section 8, 9, 16 and 17). Said map
shows where power poles are down the middle of the same. Murray asked if the
Commission would lend their support to requesting that the same be moved to
one side or the other. The same would be up to Black Hills Power and Light
Company. Motion was made by Nupen, seconded by Mallow, all Commissioners
voted yes that the Commission would lend their support in requesting that said
power poles be moved off the centerline and to the edge of the right-of-way.

        David Rydquist and Steve Zelmer from Dacotah Cement discussed with
the Board the haul road agreement concerning Mill Road. Dacotah Cement
wanted to sign the normal haul agreement. They were concerned with paying
more then their share as to the use of the road. It was suggested that a proposal
be done on a road design based traffic counts for trucks with axle loads, then
figure how much the same would be. Motion was made by Mallow, seconded by
Nupen, all Commissioners voted yes to having a highway study completed based
on traffic counts on truck usage with Dacotah Cement paying for the same.

         Motion was made by Mallow, seconded by Nupen, all Commissioners
voted yes to hire Brosz Engineering of Pierre, SD, to do the highway study. Said
traffic counts will be provided by D.O.T. Said road design will be based upon the
same.

       Motion was made by Mallow, seconded by Nupen, all Commissioners
voted yes to approve the following abatements:

      Douglas Smith - $50.00 – no sheep;
      Joel Kleinsasser - $267.54 taxed as real estate, mobile home moved out
      of state in June 1999;
      Gene Lucas - $381.92 should be taxed as owner occupied instead of
      other;
      Bradley Sodding - $1070.12 registered for 1999 mobile home on leased
      site only;
      Kann/Bagley Family Trust - $1074.06 new parcel should be 2000 payable
      2001;
      Albert H. Kant, Jr., - $248.28 new parcel should be 2000 payable 2001;
      Jesse Herman - $1586.02 house should be assessed 2000 payable 2001;
      Tony Rivers III. - $1765.82 taxed as mobile home and as real estate;
      Marty Quinn - $339.36 mobile home taxed as real estate;
      Orville Corey - $132.78 building burned;
      City of Faith - $96.16/$72.24 parcels taxed for 7 months, exempt for 5
      months.

Gavel passed to Vice-Chairman Mallow. Motion was made by Nupen, seconded
by Wilson, all Commissioners voted yes to approve the following abatement:

      Neal Rowett - $300.88 house torn down.

Said gavel passed back to Chairman Neal Rowett.

       Motion by Mallow, seconded by Nupen, all Commissioners voted yes to
set a hearing for the first reading of Amended Ordinance No. 11 – An Ordinance
Licensing and Regulating Peddlers, Transient Merchants, Solicitors, Professional
People, Businesses and Trades Operating Outside the Boundaries of an
Incorporated Municipality. Said hearing will be April 4, 2000, at 11:00 a.m.

      Motion was made by Mallow, seconded by Nupen, all Commissioners
voted yes to approve the Treasurer’s report of $14,494.60 for the month of
February along with the Auditor’s account with the Treasurer as follows:

          AUDITOR’S ACCOUNT WITH THE COUNTY TREASURER

To the Honorable Board of County Commissioners Meade County:

       I hereby submit the following report of my examination of the cash and
cash items in the hands of the County Treasurer of this County as of March 1,
2000.

      Total amount of deposits in bank                               58,319.97
      Total amount of actual cash                                     3,566.49
      Total amount of checks and drafts in treasurer’s possession 75,113.35
             not exceeding three days
      Itemized list of all items, checks and drafts which have been
             In the Treasurer’s possession over three days:
             Postage & Exp.                                             673.51
             CD’s & Savings                                       1,800,000.00
             Spec. Account                                        3,065,565.41
             Farmer’s State Bank                                       7999.59
             First Trust                                               1565.31
             Insuff. Funds Checks                                       169.54

                                        TOTAL                   5,012,973.17

Dated this 1st day of March, 2000.

/s/ Lisa Hunt, Meade County Auditor

       Motion was made by Mallow, seconded by Nupen, all Commissioners
voted yes to accept the West River JSC 99 Rebate of $103,734.83.

      Meeting recessed at 11:50 a.m. and reconvened at 1:10 p.m.

       Kirk Chaffee, Director of Equalization, presented plats to the Board.
Motion was made by Nupen, seconded by Wilson, all Commissioners voted yes
to approve the following plats:
       1)     Larry M. and Carole J. David – Lot 1 of Lot B of Lot 22R and Lot 2
              of Lot B of Lot 22R of Montgomery Hills Ranchette Estates
              formerly: Lot B of Lot 22R of Montgomery Hills Ranchette Estates
              all located in: NW1/4SW1/4 and SW1/4SW1/4 of Section 29,
              Township 3 North, Range 7 East, Black Hills Meridian.

Said stipulation being that the taxes be brought up to date when the Treasurer
signs the same.

       2)     George W. Jenter and Laverne Wilburn – Lot LW-1 formerly a
              portion of the unplatted SW1/4SW1/4 of Section 24, Township 3
              North, Range 6 East, Black Hills Meridian.


       3)     Ellen and Albert H. Kant, - Tract A of the Meade County Addition
              located in SE1/4SE1/4, Section 24, Township 5 North, Range 10
              East.

Motion was made by Nupen, seconded by Wilson, all Commissioners voted yes
to approve the following variance:

       1)     Mark & Patsy Stege – 4’ variance for a garage, said 4’ would be
              from the side lot line. Said lot being located in Northdale Sub. Lot
              13, Block 3.

Chaffee also discussed with the Board the upcoming Equalization Boards coming
up April 11, 2000.

       Karla Blackler discussed with the Board how to go about vacating a prior
plat. Blacken had previously platted their property, and now in order to receive
Ag status the plat would need to be vacated. Said property is located in both
Meade County and Pennington County. The Auditor would send said statutes to
Blackler explaining the process of the same.          Kirk Chaffee, Director of
Equalization, would check on the same with Pennington County Director of
Equalization.

       Kathie Grant came before the Board with her Resolution Request for State
Assistance.    Motion was made by Mallow, seconded by Nupen, all
Commissioners voted yes to approve the same, contingent on typo’s being fixed.

                              RESOLUTION
                      REQUEST FOR STATE ASSISTANCE

WHEREAS, Meade County, South Dakota, projects the visitors to the Black Hills
Motor Classic, August 7, 2000, through August 13, 2000, will exceed all previous
attendance, resulting in severe overtaxing of local resources, and

WHEREAS, previous events have necessitated that Meade County commit all
available resources, and that given the projected attendance numbers, Meade
County’s available resources may be inadequate, the potential exists for an
extreme shortage of manpower and resources necessary to meet projected
demands on law enforcement, emergency medical response, medical providers,
fire suppression, and other agencies. Participants at this event include
representatives from recognized outlaw motorcycle gangs, foreign countries, and
political jurisdictions in the United States, the event could potentially be a target
for civil disobedience for terrorists-type activity, and

WHEREAS, Meade County is requesting that the State support a request for
Federal assistance with preplanning and responder training, which is not
available unless certain Federal designations occur,
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that Meade County requests the State’s support in
securing a Federal Special Events Status at a level that would provide for the
accessing of Federal resources, which are available at no cost to the State or
Meade County, should such Federal designations occur. These resources could
include, but are not limited to:

Activating the Federal Response Plan, with particular focus on Emergency
Support Function, ESF #8, Health and Medical Services, Veteran’s
Administration Hospitals at Ft. Meade and Hot Springs, the U.S. Forest Service,
and other appropriate agencies.

Dated this 9th day of March, 2000.


                                                Neal Rowett, Meade Co. Commissioner

ATTEST:


Lisa Hunt, Meade Co. Auditor

      Russ Ficek came before the Board to discuss the land that he bought and
a grandfather clause he was told, by the previous owner, existed. Motion was
made by Mallow, seconded by Wilson, all Commissioners voted yes to allow the
replacement of a mobile home in order for his arthritic father to live in the same.

       Motion was made by Mallow, seconded by Nupen, all Commissioners
voted yes to go into executive session due to personnel matters. Motion was
made by Mallow, seconded by Wilson, all Commissioners voted yes to come out
of executive session and return to regular session.

        Discussion was had on the property purchased by the County, said legal
is as follows: All of Section 16, Township 6, Range 9 East, Black Hills Meridian,
Meade County, South Dakota. Motion was made by Mallow, seconded by
Wilson, all Commissioners voted yes to set the lease rate at $3.50 an acre per
year to be renewed each year. Said approval to be contingent on State’s
Attorneys opinion.

       The following were pay raises: K Green $8.89

       The following were new hires: M Ehlers $833.47/mo

       The following bills were approved and paid:

               SALARIES: Commissioners $4167.35, Auditor $7304.98, Treasurer $14016.36,
States Attorney $15045.05, Maintenance $8806.58, Assessor $13817.58, Register of Deeds
$9287.28, Veteran Service $2285.27, Sheriff $43289.87, Jail $36118.44, Dispatch $13880.68,
Emergency Management $2024.01, Weed Board $2021.37, Health Nurse $3644.80, Ambulance
$9366.74, Extension $1798.09, Soil Conservation EC $1724.08, Soil Conservation TC $562.34,
Highway $46318.95, 911 $1930.95, Coroner $400.00

               ALLOCATIONS: CRISIS INTERVENTION $740.00, STATE TREAS $2574.50

              SUPPLIES,SERVICE,EQUIPMENT: 54 COMPUTERS $205.00, 54 PRINTING
$250.00, A&B WELDING $136.78, A&J SUPPLY $75.90, A&V TAPEHANDLERS $255.15, A-1
WINDSHIELD $60.00, AFFIRMED MED $37.90, AIR MGMT $102.27, AIR PROD $145.50, AIRE
MASTER $120.00, ATKINS $150.00, AUER MACH $286.20, H BAK $30.50, S BARRY $132.32,
BEST BUSINESS $47.53, BETTER ROADS $50.00, BEXAR CO FORENSIC $166.00, T BINDER
$33.00, BH ASSOC $40.00, BH CHEMICAL $745.45, BH TRUCK & TRLR $1236.17. BOB
BARKER $200.38, T BRADLEY $240.00, R BRENNICK $58.00, M BREVIK $20.00, BROSZ ENG
$1710.00, J BURNHAM $40.00, BUTLER MACH $11994.20, R BUTLER $32.60, CALIFORNIA
CONTRACTORS $85.92, CAMPBELL SUPPLY $413.85, CENEX FLEETCARD $68.35, CENTRAL
SUPPLY $182.73, CHEMSEARCH $199.79, CHRIS SUPPLY $25.37, CITY OF FAITH $201.11,
CITY OF STURGIS $361.30, J CLINGMAN $20.00, CLINICAL LAB OF BH $261.27, D COCHRUN
$20.00, N COLLINS $19.50, COMPUTER SHOP $95.92, COMPUTERLAND $534.95, CONNEY
SAFETY SUPP $90.51, J COYLE $26.00, CROSS MACHINE $14.00, L CROUCH $20.00, CRUM
ELECT $524.15, DM DATA $780.00, DAKOTA BATTERY $43.46, DAKOTA BUSINESS $320.00,
DAKOTA STEEL $218.77, A DANIELS $20.00, S DAY $20.00, DAY-CO FIRE $680.92, DEPT OF
REVENUE $28.80, DEPT OF SOC SVCS $83.53, DIESEL MACH $818.82, EAST MAIN
LAUNDRY $118.50, ECOLAB $447.52, ELAN $2797.82, EMER MED PROD $537.59, EXT SVC
$235.92, FAITH COMM HEALTH $85.00, FARMERS UNION $4227.11, FARMERS UNION
$3297.76, FASTENERS $141.71, FEDEX $15.40, FISHER SAND $48461.00, V FITZPATRICK
$90.00, K FORRESTER $1625.00, G&H DIST $337.94, GALLS $303.80, C GEHRINGER $30.00,
GNEIL $18.49, GODFREY BRAKE $558.12, GOLDEN WEST TELE TECH $120.00, GREAT
WESTERN TIRE $3907.12, M GRIFFITH $500.00, GRIMM’S PUMP SVC $46.52, HARKERS
$942.06, HARVEY’S LOCK $469.00, L HAVEMEIER $350.10, J HEBERLEIN $32.60, C HEDEEN
$20.00, E HEDEEN $26.30, HEDS $100.00, HERD’S $58.70, HERSRUD $92.17, R HODGES
$32.60, HOGG RESTAURANT $1792.78, J HOWELL $317.70, IBM $249.00, IKON OFFICE
$64.43, INLAND TRUCK $138.53, INTERSTATE BATTERIES $297.75, JD EVANS $1417.95,
JACOBSEN FORD $69.20, G JENTER $138.00, M JOCKISCH $26.30, JOHNSTON HARDWARE
$135.91, KEFFELER’S $237.57, KELLY OIL $376.70, D KELLY RICHTER $50.00, C KENNEDY
$102.57, KIMBALL MIDWEST $354.30, T KING $32.60, KRCS $40.00, C KRUJOHN $7.90, KT
CONNECTIONS $175.00, D LAUER $20.00, LAWRENCE CO SHERIFF $143.40, LINWELD
$141.75, J LOLLEY $80.77, R LOOYENGA $665.00, LYNN’S $723.93, MD PROD $148.54, MAD
SCIENTIST $254.95, MARTECH SYS $124.00, MAYER RADIO $2125.66, V MCGEE $319.50,
MCLEODS $506.16, MEADE CO TREAS $673.51, MEDICINE SHOPPE $472.01, MENARDS
$202.14, M SMITH CONSULTING $40.00, MINNEHAHA CO SHERIFF $51.00, MTN PLAINS
HEALTH $420.00, D MULLER $29.66, NACVSO $150.00, NAPA $929.34, NAT’L 4-H $31.00,
NAT’L PUBLIC SAFETY $99.00, NEW TRENDS $44.14, NW PIPE FITTINGS $180.02, NOVUS
$40.00, W OEDEKOVEN $25.66, OFFICE MAX $40.97, OSTER & ASSOC $850.00, OWENS
$455.64, PACIFIC STEEL $70.61, PAMECO $23.94, PAMIDA $249.39, PAMIDA PHARMACY
$927.51, PAPER WAREHOUSE $16.14, PENN CO $139.00, PENN CO JAIL $1126.57, PENN CO
ST ATTY $380.00, PERKINS CO HWY $60.00, PETERSON AUTO $451.04, PIONEER PROD
4365.86, PITNEY BOWES $231.95, D POTTER $20.00, POWERHOUSE HONDA $3.54, C PRICE
$20.00, QUILL CORP $958.66, RAPID DELIVERY $99.16, RC REGIONAL $1443.01, REEL IND
$1406.61, REINHART 642.07, RELIABLE $958.92, RUSHMORE COMM $1447.54, RUSHMORE
OFFICE $766.48, R RYKEN $942.00, SDEC $100.00, SAM’S $334.07, SD ANIMAL CONTROL
$265.00, SD DEPT OF HEALTH $21.00, SD DEPT OF TRANSP $48764.77, SD DIV OF EMER
$2826.88, SD FED PROP $417.00, SD HWY SUPT $50.00, SECURITY PLUMBING $350.06,
SERVALL $271.09, C SHAVER $750.00, SHEEHAN MACK $37.20, S SIEVEKE $32.60, L
SKINNER $20.00, SPEEDY LUBE $56.85, ST OF SD $140.85, STATE RADIO $2826.00, STATE
TREAS $13.00, K STEIN $32.60, STOP STICK $59.00, STURGIS COMM CENTER $40.00,
STURGIS COMM HEALTH $755.00, STURGIS TIRE $615.64, STURGIS TRAVEL $1467.00, TCI
$101.40, J THAYER $30.00, TOWN N COUNTRY $8.87, US BANK $1200.00, M WAICHLER
$30.50, WASECA SHERIFF $20.00, WASTE MGMT $45.00, C WATT $20.00, A WEAVER
$121.78, WEST GROUP $368.91, WESTERN COMM $491.95, WESTERN SD JUV $70963.16,
WESTERN STAR $73.67, WESTERN STATIONERS $50.00, WHITING HAGG $2005.50, J
WILSEY $12040.00, S WYATT $350.00, XEROX $878.35, YELLOWSTONE HYD $267.05, ZEP
MFG $84.16, R ZUFALL $65.20, US POSTAL SVC $1510.52, S MAKEPEACE $50.00, R SCOTT
$50.00

             MILES, MEALS, LODGING: S BAKER $166.81, BOB’S FAMILY RESTAURANT
$178.19, C BRUCH $4.35, DAYS INN $75.60, GOLD PAN $558.12, W GUTZMER $12.18, S
HADRICK $159.89, D HAMMOCK $5.22, HOLIDAY INN $235.00, J JOHNSON $5.00, R MALLOW
$38.28, C NUPEN $121.80, R POWLES $8.12, A ROSS $134.90, N ROWETT $113.12, R
SKINNER $122.50, D WHITEHEAD $14.86, D WILSON $19.72

           COURT-APPOINTED ATTORNEY: T ADAMS $316.50, W ANDERSON $1051.85,
BANGS, MCCULLEN $607.10, S CHRISTENSEN $3575.00, B FLINT $776.75, J
FREDERICKSON $357.50, FULLER & TELLINGHUISEN $237.58, R HAIVALA $1547.44, B
HUBBARD $1098.69, J HUGHES $944.74, M JACKLEY $949.50, J MARGADANT $305.00, T
MUTCHLER $50.00, M STRAIN $2161.62, G SWANSON $7359.00, C THOMSON $236.16

             MENTALLY HANDICAPPED: D CARLSON $15.00, R CHAVIS $80.00, D
DIETRICH $123.05, R EDISON $87.50, M EKEREN $15.00, J HUGHES $455.04, MANLOVE
PSYCH $2285.67, RC REGIONAL $25785.91, STATE TREAS $511.86

                MENTAL ILLNESS: STATE TREAS $60.00

                SUPPORT OF POOR:

                PUBLISHING: BH PRESS $164.89, FAITH IND $176.90, MEADE CO TIMES
$184.08

              UTILITIES: ACTION COMMUNICATIONS $77.92, AT&T $236.84, BHP&L
$560.38, BUTTE ELECT $113.07, CELLULAR ONE $40.54, COMMNET CELLULAR $35.74,
GOLDEN WEST TELE $544.80, GRAND ELECT $192.24, JOHN’S PROPANE $315.00, MDU
$874.09, STURGIS WATER $781.00, US WEST $2408.05, COMMNET CELL $538.97

                JURY FEES: E Baier $10.00, S Coffield $27.40, D Curtis $21.60, B Earley $10.00,
C Finn $10.00, R Fisher $70.90, J Flueckinger $20.44, R Greenwaldt $24.50, L Haley $32.04, D Hill
$22.76, D Hinesley $10.00, D Hubbard $10.00, R Jakovec $10.00, K Karp $44.22, T Kennedy
$27.40, K Koball $23.34, J Kottwitz $18.70, L Laumbach $19.28, D Levy $20.44, B Lyons $10.00, P
Mahoney $21.60, M Nickeson $24.50, T Ogden $21.60, V Olson $10.00, J Osborne $27.40, D
Palcenski $21.60, L Pascoe $10.00, R Pickar $10.00, R Price $44.80, A Rittberger $21.60, P
Schaefer $10.00, C Thompson $51.18, V Stebbins-Cellmer $10.00, V Vasknetz $10.00, R Weiss
$53.50, K Wilson $53.50, K Aga $21.60, D Alden $24.50, P Bestgen $15.80, S Brown $71.48, T
Burnham $10.00, E Carney $14.06, R Clausen $10.00, K Cunningham $10.00, N Fields $15.80, J
Fischer $21.60, R Franz $30.30, S Graff $24.50, J Gutsche $10.00, B Hanson $19.28, M Heinrich
$21.60, R Heinzelman $23.34, A Keller $22.76, L Killam $10.00, J Kirsch $10.00, G Komes $22.76,
S Lensegrav $10.00, G Louks $10.00, G Mann $24.50, E McCarty $30.30, L McRae $10.00, D
Mitchell $10.00, B Morgan $27.40, C Neumann $27.40, S Nielson $18.70, K Smith $36.10, P Smith
$10.00, D Toth $10.00, T VanPelt $18.12, T Wanner $10.00, B Whinery $10.00, M Yuill $10.00, B
Alexander $18.70, W Anders $37.84, J Baldacchino $33.20, J Bruckner $61.60, T Carlsen $10.00,
D Casteel $19.28, S Conrad $24.50, C Cummings $50.00, J Dunn $59.28, P Farrell $10.00, J
Gilbert $18.70, C Goodall $10.00, D Hegert $24.50, T Hermann $50.00, P Jeziorski $21.60, C
Johnson $58.70, D Jorkard $20.44, K Kinney $50.00, S Krol $21.60, T Kursave $21.60, T Legg
$27.40, M Linn $50.60, S Long $67.40, M Lucas $10.00, S Mailloux $22.18, J Martin $21.60, N
McPherson $10.00, E Miller $50.00, A Moeller $10.00, G Neiger $21.60, D Nudd $19.28, R Olsen
$47.70, J Parks $58.70, D Peterson $54.50, M Rave $50.00, S Regan $50.00, J Rohrbauch
$18.70, A Senger $21.60, J Simons $44.80, M Skidmore $18.70, R Smith $31.46, M Stomprud
$50.60, S Fire $10.00, M Kaiser $22.76

               VARIOUS FUNDS: Norwest Bank, matching Social Security $18,192.62, SD
Retirement System, matching retirement $12,676.37, county share of health and life insurance
$25,535.62

      Meeting adjourned at 3:00 p.m. To meet again in regular session April 4 th
      th
and 5 , 2000.


                                               APPROVED:
                                                               Neal Rowett, Chairman

ATTEST:
           Lisa Hunt, Meade Co. Auditor

								
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