Public Notices

Notice is hereby given that a public hearing will be held before the Sanborn County Zoning Board at 9:10 a.m. on June 5, 2017, in the Commissioners room, second floor of the Sanborn County Courthouse in Woonsocket.
Meeting is to discuss a Conditional Use for a lean to addition to a 1,200 sq. ft. garage located at Lots 1-6; Blk. 6 Dunn’s Addn., Woonsocket for Patrick and Cheyann Johnson.
All interested parties are encouraged to attend this hearing.
Should you have any questions, please call our office at 605-796-4514.
Penny Farris
Zoning Administrator
Sanborn County

The Sanborn County Commissioners met in regular session on Tuesday, May 16, 2017, at 9:00 a.m. with Chairman Ebersdorfer presiding. Other members present were: Ohlrogge, Blindauer, S. Larson, and P. Larson.  Also present was Auditor Larson. Motion by Ohlrogge, seconded by P. Larson, to approve the minutes as presented.  All ayes.  Motion carried.
HIGHWAY
Lee Goergen, Highway Superintendent/Weed Supervisor, reported to the board on happenings in his department.
MALT BEVERAGE RENEWAL
Hearing no objections, motion by S. Larson, seconded by P. Larson, to renew the malt liquor licenses for Judy Kindle – Al’s Place; Alt Investments, Country Pumper; and John Doren – Doren’s Bar.  All ayes.  Motion carried.
WIC CONTRACT AMENDMENT
A request for a Contract Amendment between Sanborn County and the South Dakota Department of Health, WIC Program for Fiscal Year 2017 was received.  The purpose of the amendment is to move funds from the funding source with CFDA Number 10.557 to CFDA Number 10.578 to cover costs associated with eWIC training travel.  Motion by Blindauer, seconded by Ohlrogge, to approve the contract agreement.  All ayes.  Motion carried.
WIC CONTRACT
Motion by Blindauer, seconded by S. Larson, to enter into a contract for subrecipient services with the South Dakota Department of Health for providing clerical services for the WIC program for the fiscal year 2018 in the amount of $3,381.00. All ayes. Motion carried.
COMPROMISE LIEN
Motion by P. Larson, seconded by Blindauer, to compromise a lien in the amount of $232.90 for Indigent #17-02.  The person is deceased and has no estate.  All ayes.  Motion carried.
BILLS
Motion by Blindauer, seconded by Ohlrogge, to pay the following bills.  All ayes.  Motion carried.
Office of Child Support Enforcement, Wage Garnish $240.00
Accounts Management, Inc., Wage Garnish $267.80
First National Bank SD, Tax Liability $2,460.43
SDACO, Mod & Preservation $98.00
State Treasurer, Monthly Remittance $49,856.43
Towns, Townships, Schools, James River Water, & T&C, Monthly Disbursement $1,088,770.81
SDSU Extension, Letterheads $27.88
A-Ox Welding, Supplies $87.26
Ameripride Services, Inc., Mat, Mops, Towels $97.54
Beadle County Sheriff, Prisoner Care $1,200.00
Beck Ace Hardware, Supplies $19.53
Best Western Kelly Inn, Travel Expense $285.00
Brown & Saenger, Supplies $140.97
Butler Machinery Co., Supplies $856.56
Center for Education & Emp Law, Subscription $159.00
Central Electric, Electricity $246.31
Chief Law Enforcement Supply, Supplies $207.92
Churchill, Manolis, Freeman, Court Appointed Attorney $661.53
Civil Air Patrol, Magazine Subscription $95.00
Commercial Asphalt, Omega Mix $124.20
Total Oil Inc., Fuel $3,142.24
Stephen D. Davis, Sidewalk $2,244.90
Dawson Construction Inc., Garbage $230.99
Department of Revenue, Blood Alcohol Test $35.00
Express 2, Prisoner Meals $15.65
Farnams Genuine Parts, Supplies $254.69
Fed Ex, Shipping $22.01
First National Bank of Omaha, Supplies $196.88
Total Funds by Hasler, Postage $1,000.00
John Deere, Supplies $171.41
KO’s, Supplies $1,318.50
Kreisers LLC, Supplies $52.69
Local Lumber Co., Supplies $414.65
Med-Tech Resource Inc., Supplies $130.67
Miner County Auditor, E-911 Services $12,500.00
Northwestern Energy, Electricity $59.02
Physicians Claims Company, Ambulance Service Fee $761.15
Sanborn Co. Ambulance, Meals/CPR Classes $395.50
Santel Communications, Phone/Internet $1,294.20
Sanborn Weekly Journal, Publications Fees $960.96
Audra Scheel, Travel Expense $184.81
Spencer Quarries, Supplies $677.54
True North Steel, Culverts $1,454.52
Wheelco Brake & Supply, Inc., Supplies    $19.04
Woony Foods, Supplies $126.68
X-Cel Energy, Electricity $58.05
There being no further business, motion by S. Larson, seconded by P. Larson, to adjourn the meeting.  All ayes.  Motion carried.
The next regularly scheduled meeting will be June 6, 2017.
Diane Larson
Sanborn County Auditor
Jeff Ebersdorfer
Chairman,
Sanborn County
Commissioners

Woonsocket School Board proceedings

APPPROVED MINUTES – REGULAR MEETING HELD MAY 9, 2017

The Woonsocket Board of Education met in regular session on May 9th, 2017, at 6:00 p.m. in the library/media center of the Woonsocket School.  Members attending were: Jason White, Lisa Snedeker, Gary Steichen and Todd Olinger. Jodi Doering arrived at 6:25 p.m. The regular May meeting was rescheduled to May 9th in order to avoid a conflict with the awards banquet. Others attending were Superintendent Rod Weber, Paula Lynch, Jason Bruce, Carrie Gutierrez, Neal Hiemstra, Kami Moody, Travis Coulthard, Chris Selland, and Paul Doohen and Dave Heibult from G&R Controls. The Pledge of Allegiance was recited and the meeting was called to order at 6:00 p.m.
On a motion by Todd Olinger, seconded by Lisa Snedeker, the Board approved the meeting agenda with three additional items to come before the Board. Motion carried.
The minutes of the regular board meeting held on April 10th, 2017, were approved as presented on a motion by Gary Steichen, seconded by Todd Olinger. Motion carried.
Paul Doohen and Dave Heibult from G&R Controls presented several alternative options for the gymnasium/elementary heating project. They also fielded questions from the Board and interested patrons. Options include a new hot water system (estimated at $750,000.00) or replacing the boiler with two new steam boilers and utilizing the current pipe network (estimated at $600,000.00). Testing would be completed on the current pipes; although even with the testing, there would be no guarantee that problems could not arise in the future if the second option were chosen.   Costs will also be dependent on bids and could vary from the estimates. One option would also be to fuel the system with propane versus the current fuel oil. G&R Controls will now do a more complete estimate and try to determine if there are ways to reduce the costs and/or possibly do the project in phases over several years.
Board member Gary Steichen was recognized for his 15 years of service on the Woonsocket School Board with a plaque and also a commendation from the Associated School Boards of SD for continuing to serve the District after his accident. Gary will complete his service in June, and Neal Hiemstra will be his replacement.
On a motion by Jodi Doering, seconded by Gary Steichen, the Board approved the claims presented and the April 2017 financial report as follows. Motion carried:
GENERAL FUND: Beginning balance: $980,025.97; Add receipts:  Taxes $42,872.05;  Interest $443.81; Other local: $1,387.08; State $81,941.00; Federal $0.00; Total to be accounted for:  $1,106,669.91; less disbursements $141,420.37; Cash balance: $965,249.54; Fund Balance: $965,249.54.
CAPITAL OUTLAY: Beginning balance: $749,854.65; Add receipts: Taxes $34,012.79; Other local: $1,100.00; Federal: $0.00; Total to be accounted for: $784,967.44; less disbursements $2,329.09; Cash balance: $782,638.35; Fund balance:  $782,638.35.
SPECIAL EDUCATION: Beginning balance: $358,696.87; Add receipts:  Taxes $16,064.07; Other Local: $0.00; State $0.00; Federal $0.00; Total to be accounted for: $374,760.94; less disbursements $19,137.94; Cash balance: $355,623.00; Fund balance: $355,623.00.
PENSION: Beginning balance:  $235,284.72; Add receipts: Taxes $.63; Other Local: $0.00; Total to be accounted for: $235,285.35;  less disbursements $0.00; Cash balance: $235,285.35; Fund balance: $235,285.35.
FOOD SERVICE: Beginning balance: $38,248.60; Add receipts: Pupil receipts $4,600.85, Adult receipts $75.00, Milk receipts $0.00;  Interest $1.47;  Other local: $104.80; State $0.00; Federal reimbursement $7,141.07; Total to be accounted for: $50,171.79;  less disbursements $12,837.09; Cash  balance; $37,334.70;  Fund balance $37,334.70.
ENTERPRISE FUND #53: Beginning balance: $18,751.52; Add receipts: Other local: $785.00;  Total to be accounted for:  $19,536.52; less disbursements $4,790.98; Cash balance: $14,745.54; Fund balance:  $14,745.54.
TRUST AND AGENCY: Beginning balance: $21,192.66; Add receipts: Interest $.88; Pupil activities $1,708.05;  Total to be accounted for: $22,901.59; less disbursements $2,678.00; Balance: $20,223.59.
Salaries and benefits for the month of April 2017 were as follows:
General Fund: $116,329.34
Special Education: $16,027.76
Enterprise #53: $4,790.98
Food Service: $5,537.13
GENERAL FUND:
AT&T, Cellphone $58.25
Automatic Building Controls, Fire Alarm System Check/Maintenence $1,125.82
Barton’s Heating & Cooling, Air Conditioning Unit Repair $226.85
Brown & Saenger, Library Supplies $154.08
Brown Industries, Inc., Staff Years of Service Pins $122.65
Burnison Plumbing & Heating, Water Heater Repairs $354.28
City Of Woonsocket, Water Service $63.32
Coca-Cola, Water Gallons – Elementary $17.04
DB Electric, New Fixtures – Governor’s Building $307.35
Demco, Library Supplies $113.04
Double D Body Shop, New Windshield – Yukon $285.00
Express 2, Gas – Vehicles/Mini-Buses $232.99
Express Stop, Gas – Mini-Buses/Vehicles $81.15
First National Bank – Visa, Power Cords – Laptops $398.00
Hillyard, Custodian Supplies $586.30
[Imprest Fund:
Chester Area School, Golf Entry Fee $50.00
Howard School, Golf Entry Fee $30.00
South Dakota High School Activities Association, Participation Fees – 2016-17 $720.00
Wessington Springs School, Golf Entry Fee $60.00
Total April Claims: $860.00]
K&D Busing Inc.,     Regular Route/Co-Curricular Route $14,039.51
KO’s Pro Service, Mini-Bus/Taurus Maintenance $346.08
L.l. Jirsa Architecht, Preliminary Addition Plan – Elementary $500.00
Lehr, Dave, Technology Fee $125.00
Local Lumber, Shop Supplies $34.09
Lynch, Paula, Reimbursement – Drama Supplies $11.46
NorthWestern Public Service, Electric Service $4,077.10
Paragon Ridge Perkins, Consortium Fee – Perkins Consoritum $175.00
Petty Cash, Postage Expense $14.20
Pioneer Randustrial, Field Paint $419.10
Ramkota, Lodging – Business Manager Conference $195.98
Readers Den, Library Books $69.54
Santel Communications, Phone/Cable/Internet $299.65
SASD, SASD Memberships/Administration – 2017-18 $1,348.00
Stan Houston Equipment Co., Shop Supplies $372.71
Stumps, Awards Banquet Supplies $140.46
Waste Management of Wi-Mn, Garbage Service $625.13
Woony Foods, Supplies/Batteries $47.61
Fund Total: $27,826.74
CAPITAL OUTLAY:
A&B Business Equipment, Copier Lease $2,247.86
Fund Total: $2,247.86
SPECIAL EDUCATION:
Avera St. Lukes, Client Services $816.60
James Valley Education Coop, Consortium Expense $13,275.00
Klaas, Lynn, Audible Book/Subscription $30.59
Fund Total: $14,122.19
ENTERPRISE FUND #53:
Jackson, Karen, Meals – Early Childhood  Conference $53.00
Fund Total: $53.00
FOOD SERVICE:
Benders Sewer & Drain, Kitchen Drain Line Repair $287.50
Child And Adult Nutrition Service, Food $203.40
Earthgrains Company, Food $61.60
Variety Food, Food, Supplies, Rent $3,881.26
Walmart, Food/Supplies $90.87
Woony Foods, Supplies $29.28
Wordware, Annual Software License $1,236.00
Fund Total: $5,789.91
Chris Selland gave the financial report.
Superintendent Weber updated the Board on the end of school year activities and tentative plans for dealing with the upcoming large Pre-school classes. The four-year-old class will be split into two sessions and may alternate three full days one week and two the next.  Plans are still being developed at this time. He also advised that the new school board policy manuals are almost complete and will be distributed next month. Superintendent Weber advised that the gymnasium roof will be treated with a new rubber re-coat process. This will extend the roof warranty for an additional 10 years. Also, there is a small problem area above the industrial tech classroom, and this will be repaired under warranty.
Principal Paula Lynch updated the Board on elementary issues and presented an updated enrollment projection.
On a motion by Gary Steichen with a second by Todd Olinger, the Board approved the resignation of Emily Olson as SCW’s Assistant Girls basketball Coach effective with the 2017-2018 school term. Motion carried. The Board would like to thank Ms. Olson for her service to the basketball program.
On a motion by Jodi Doering, seconded by Lisa Snedeker, the Board approved the resignation of Rick Olsen as Assistant Athletic Director with Armando Rodriguez as the new Assistant Athletic Director for 2017-18 (This is a Woonsocket only position). Mr. Rodriguez will also move up from WWSSC Co-op Junior High Football Coach to High School Assistant Football Coach. Motion carried.
Motion was made by Lisa Snedeker with a second by Jodi Doering to approve Charley Larson as the new Seventh Grade and Elementary Computer Teacher with a salary of $40,000.00, effective with the 2017-2018 school year. Motion carried.
Motion was made by Gary Steichen with a second by Todd Olinger to approve the Woonsocket District’s vote on the following SDHSAA’s amendment and election: Amendment #1 – Vote of yes,  Division II Representative – Steve Moore, Watertown. Motion carried.
It was moved by Lisa Snedeker with a second by Todd Olinger to approve the 2017-2018 negotiated agreement. Motion carried.
Motion was made by Jodi Doering with a second by Gary Steichen to approve a 10-year re-coat process with a new 10-year warranty for the gymnasium roof from Allspray Foam Inc. in the amount of $21,636.80. This will be scheduled on the 2017-2018 capital outlay budget. Motion carried.
Motion was made by Jodi Doering with a second by Lisa Snedeker to approve a new City-School joint library proposal with current instructor Sarah Lieber as the new Librarian. The new Librarian will be a certified position and the school/city expenditure split will be 75 percent/25 percent versus the current 60 percent/40 percent. Motion carried.
Motion was made by Gary Steichen with a second by Todd Olinger to approve the following graduating class of 2017:
Destiny Rose Brick
Zebadiah Robert Bruce
Taylor Jean Burkel
Charlie Vance Enfield
Wyatt Ford Feistner
Colton Jeffrey Hotchkiss
Aaron Ray Linke
Kyla Marie Morgan
Drew Richard Olinger
Dayna Kay Opsahl
Riley Cole Schmiedt
Shaun D. Snedeker
Shay Michael Swenson
Peyton Ronnie Uttecht
Ty Jacob Ziebart
Motion carried.
Motion was made by Jodi Doering with a second by Lisa Snedeker to approve a $500.00 independent study stipend for Sarah Lieber for second semester 2017. Motion carried.
Motion was made to approve a new school lunch policy according to state regulations. Motion was made by Jodi Doering with a second by Todd Olinger, and motion carried.
Motion was made by Todd Olinger with a second by Lisa Snedeker to approve summer office hours as follows: Monday through Thursday, 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., and Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Motion carried.
It was moved by Jodi Doering with a second by Gary Steichen to approve the SD school health services contract for 2017-2018 with the State of SD. Motion carried.
Motion was made by Lisa Snedeker with a second by Jodi Doering to approve overnight stay (one night – three rooms) for Region Golf in Brookings to be split with Sanborn Central. Motion carried.
There being no further business to come before the Board, the May 9th, 2017, regular board meeting of the Woonsocket Board of Education was adjourned at 8:16 p.m. on a motion by Gary Steichen with a second by Todd Olinger. Motion carried.
JASON WHITE
Chair
CRYSTAL A. SELLAND
Business Manager