Public Notices

Woonsocket City Board proceedings

JUNE 4, 2018, Minutes -  7:00 P.M.

The regular meeting of the Woonsocket City Council was called to order by Mayor Richard Reider, at 7:00 p.m., Monday, June 4, 2018, with the following members present: Brandon Goergen, Darin Kilcoin, Derek Foos, Garret Foos. Arin Boschee and Joel Rassel were absent.

Motion D. Foos, seconded by Kilcoin, to approve the agenda. Motion carried.

Motion by Goergen, seconded by D. Foos, to approve the Minutes of the May 7, 2018 meeting. Motion carried.

Motion by G. Foos, seconded by Goergen, to approve the Financial Statement as presented by Finance Officer Tara Weber. Motion carried.

Motion by D. Foos, seconded by Kilcoin, to approve the following bills:

Agtegra Cooperative $119.50 Parks 

Sun Gold Trophy $422.50 Parks 

Express 2 $856.74 Shop 

Local Lumber $225.49 Parks 

Powerplan $53.08 Shop 

Certified Laboratories $561.40 Parks 

Waste Management $4,807.71 Garbage 

Hawkins $75.00 Water 

MAC’S, Incorporated $11.96 Shop 

Express Stop $413.06 Shop 

Woonsocket School $7,920.09 Library 

RDO Financial Services $138.08 Shop 

Northwest Pipe Fitting $947.93 Water/Sewer 

Menards $7.99 Parks 

Larson & Nipe $100.00 Professional 

Honda of Mitchell $76.93 Parks 

Fastenal Company $82.32 Shop

Dougs Custom Paint $129.97  Parks

Dakota Pump $1,477.04 Lift Station

Department of Revenue $28.00 Water

Dick Reider $79.84 Parks 

AmeriPride $76.41 Shop 

NorthWestern Energy $3,071.86 Utilities 

White Screen Printing $346.13 Parks 

Sanborn Weekly Journal $115.86 Publishing 

First National Bank $3,972.21 Payroll Tax 

Department of Revenue $193.18 Sales Tax 

SD Retirement Plan $922.56 Retirement 


The council discussed abandoned cars in town. Each council member is in charge of driving around their ward to report any cars that need letters. 

The council discussed the Mason Building. The dispositions were cancelled. Jeff Larson will continue to work with the owners.

Danny Ball met with the council with some concerns about streets and storm drains.

The council discussed things that need to get done at the pool. John Ames will continue to work on the list.

The council discussed the campground. Effective immediately will be new prices. Long Term Camping rate is $200.00 per month, nightly charge will remain $15.00 per night and no monthly rate will be given during the week of July 4th.

Motion by D. Foos, seconded by Kilcoin, to increase the cost of the new crushed concrete to $9.50 a ton. Motion carried.

The council discussed the baskets at the lift station.

The council discussed the streets. Clark Paving will be coming in and giving a quote for the repairs that are needed.


The council discussed storm drains in town that need work. Richard Jensen will get a list compiled for the next meeting.

The council discussed painting the depot and bridge.

The council discussed mowing. If extra help is needed the lifeguards will be asked to help.

The council discussed the dock. 

The council discussed trees that need to be trimmed along street right-a-ways and in the alleys.

The council discussed the cemetery. Effective immediately the policy will be: any headstones/grave lots that are not taken care of, the flowers will be removed and the city will continue to mow. If a party wants to have stuff surrounding the headstone, they will be responsible to maintain the area. The area must be maintained as to the nuisance policy, which states no grass shall grow taller than 12 inches.

The council discussed the July 4th festivities. 

The council discussed the swans.

The council discussed the shop work list.

With no further business to be discussed, motion by D. Foos, seconded by Goergen, to adjourn the meeting. The meeting was adjourned at 9:50 p.m.

Richard Reider


Tara Weber

Finance Officer






The following offices will become vacant due to the expiration of the present term of office or due to resignation of the elective officer:

Supervisor #2, formerly Landowner or Occupier #2, four-year term

Supervisor #3, formerly Landowner or Occupier #3, four-year term

Supervisor #5, formerly Taxpayer of Real Property, remaining two-year term

Supervisor #4, formerly Urban Member, remaining two-year term

Circulation of nominating petitions may begin on January 1, 2018, and petitions may be filed in the office of the county auditor located in the county courthouse during regular business hours. If the conservation district lies in more than one county, the petitions shall be filed in the Office of the Secretary of State, State Capitol Building, Pierre, SD 57501, between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. central time.

The deadline for filing nominating petitions is July 1, 2018, at 5:00 p.m. central time. If a petition is mailed by registered mail by July 1, 2018, at 5:00 p.m. central time, it shall be considered filed.


Shana Jensen, 

District Manager

Sanborn County

Conservation District

Mayor Chada called the meeting to order with Hoffman, Larson, and Meier in attendance. 

A motion was made by Hoffman, seconded by Larson, carried to approve May 8th, 2018, minutes as read.

A motion was made by Larson, seconded by Hoffman, carried, to approve the financials as presented.

Old Business: 

Estimates are still being waited on to chip seal the east end of Main Street.  

Discussion was held on the water sample report. 

Discussion was held on the fire hydrant that is leaking north of the community center.

A motion was made by Hoffman, seconded by Larson, carried, to approve to purchase a new fire hydrant to replace the hydrant that is leaking. 

Discussion was held on the cleaning at the community center. The custodian we have had has put in her two week notice. An ad will be placed in the paper to hire a custodian for the community center.  

The community center is going to be used for Bible school in the evening from Sunday, May 20th, until Wednesday, May 23rd. 

The mosquito grant was applied for.

New Business: 

Discussion was held on past due accounts.

Discussion was held on when the fire hydrant will be installed.  

Floors at the community center have been waxed and are complete.  

Discussion was held on ordering supplies and repairing the vandalized equipment at Rossy Park. 

A motion was made by Larson, seconded by Hoffman, carried, to elect Mark Chada as Mayor for May 2018 until May of 2019.  

A motion was made by Hoffman, seconded by Larson, carried, to approve the following claims for payment: 

GENERAL AND WATER/SEWER: Menards – $597.00 – Supplies Rossy Park, A-1 Janitorial – $772.13 – Community Center Floors, Quill – $53.66 – supplies, Angie Meier – $276.87 – Reimbursed for AVG Antivirus, Cor- Insurance – $150.00 – Letcher Summer Youth Insurance – Coaches/Players, Department of Revenue – $186.00 – water samples, Davison Rural Water – $1,911.30 – Water Used, Wellmark Blue Cross Blue Shield – $2,035.80 – Health Insurance.

The next board meetings will be held on June 5th and 19th, 2018, at 7:00 p.m.

Angie Meier

Finance Officer