April 30, 2013

April 30, 2013

The Miner County Board of Commissioners met in regular session April 30, 2013, in the Miner County Courthouse.  Members present:  Roger Wentland, Don Bowman, Pat Maroney, Alex Protsch and Voni Durant.  Absent:  none.  Chairman Wentland called the meeting to order.  The Pledge of Allegiance was recited.  Motion by Maroney, seconded by Bowman and carried to approve the agenda as amended.

Motion was made by Bowman to elect Voni Durant as Vice-Chairman.  Having no further nominations it was moved by Bowman, seconded by Protsch and carried that nominations cease and a unanimous ballot be cast for Durant.

State’s Attorney Greg Protsch joined the meeting.  Motion by Maroney, seconded by Bowman and carried to enter into executive session to discuss legal matters-SDCL 1-25-2 (3) at 9:20.  Returned to regular session at 9:35.

It was noted that State’s Attorney Protsch will attend the SD Water Management Board’s May 2nd meeting when they will consider  Miner, Lake and Clay Counties’ Motions to Intervene and Reconsideration and also address Kingsbury County’s proposed Findings of Fact, Conclusions of Law and Final Decision and the remaining submissions in response or in opposition to Kingsbury County’s proposals. 

Carol Kleibacker from the Madison Community Hospital presented architectural drawings of the soon to be constructed Madison Community Hospital.  Information including layout, traffic flow, road construction, and added services were discussed.

Ron Krempges, highway superintendent presented the following resolutions for consideration.

Motion by Durant and seconded by Bowman to adopt the following resolution.

RESOLUTION 13-12

WHEREAS, Miner County desires the replacement of the bridge hereinafter described:  Structure Number 49-062-020 location: West edge of Carthage on 222nd street.  With the current landowners adjacent to the project:  Opal Clites, 801 W. Town Road, Carthage, SD; Randy Lager 830 W. Main Street, Carthage, SD; City of Carthage 110 Main St. W. Carthage, SD. And

WHEREAS, Miner County is obligated and hereby agrees to provide proper maintenance as required by the Federal Highway Act as amended and supplemented thereto for project after construction is completed and to regulate or cause to be regulated the installation of utility facilities within the limits of the right-of-way of the proposed project in accordance with State and Federal requirements. And

WHEREAS, Miner County is obligated and hereby agrees to reimburse the State for all costs not reimbursable with Bridge Replacement Funds. And

WHEREAS, the bridge is in need of replacement for the following reasons:

1.        The sufficiency rating is 33.7

2.       The bridge is not located on a County or Township designated Minimum Maintenance Road.

3.       The bridge is located on a federal Aid Route, a school bus route, a mail route, a field to farm to market route

4.       The load carrying capacity of the existing bridge cannot be improved to carry legal loads by rehabilitation of the existing bridge.

NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the South Dakota Department of Transportation be and hereby is authorized and requested to program for construction, in accordance with the “Local Roads Plan” and the State’s “Standard Specifications for Roads and Bridges,” the bridge replacement at the above described location.  Items to be handled by State forces with Federal Participation will include hydraulic study review, foundations investigation (if necessary), plan reviews, and construction administration.

Estimated Cost of Project Including Engineering:  $264,000; Federal Share (80%) $291,200; Local Share (20%) $72,800.  Proposed Year of Construction 2023.

Voting aye:  Maroney, Durant, Bowman, Protsch, and Wentland.  Voting nay:  none.  Resolution approved this 30th day of April, 2013.

                                                                                                                ____________________________________________

                                                                                                                Roger Wentland, Chairman

                                                                                                                Miner County Board of Commissioners

Attest:  _______________________________

                Susan R. Connor, Miner County Auditor

 

Motion by Protsch and seconded by Durant that the following resolution be approved.

 

RESOLUTION 13-13

WHEREAS, Miner County desires the replacement of the bridge hereinafter described:  Structure Number 49-160-079 location: 5.1 North of Howard, SD.  With the current landowners adjacent to the project:  Joe Feldhaus 43392 228th St. Howard, SD; Randy Feldhaus 435th Ave., Howard, SD. And

WHEREAS, Miner County is obligated and hereby agrees to provide proper maintenance as required by the Federal Highway Act as amended and supplemented thereto for project after construction is completed and to regulate or cause to be regulated the installation of utility facilities within the limits of the right-of-way of the proposed project in accordance with State and Federal requirements. And

WHEREAS, Miner County is obligated and hereby agrees to reimburse the State for all costs not reimbursable with Bridge Replacement Funds. And

WHEREAS, the bridge is in need of replacement for the following reasons:

1.        The sufficiency rating is 42.7

2.       The bridge is not located on a County or Township designated Minimum Maintenance Road.

3.       The bridge is located on a federal Aid Route, a school bus route, a mail route, a field to farm to market route

4.       The load carrying capacity of the existing bridge cannot be improved to carry legal loads by rehabilitation of the existing bridge.

NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the South Dakota Department of Transportation be and hereby is authorized and requested to program for construction, in accordance with the “Local Roads Plan” and the State’s “Standard Specifications for Roads and Bridges,” the bridge replacement at the above described location.  Items to be handled by State forces with Federal Participation will include hydraulic study review, foundations investigation (if necessary), plan reviews, and construction administration.

Estimated Cost of Project Including Engineering:  $345,000; Federal Share (80%) $276,000; Local Share (20%) $69,000.  Proposed Year of Construction 2024.

Voting aye:  Maroney, Durant, Bowman, Protsch, and Wentland.  Voting nay:  none.  Resolution approved this 30th day of April, 2013.

                                                                                                                ____________________________________________

                                                                                                                Roger Wentland, Chairman

                                                                                                                Miner County Board of Commissioners

Attest:  _______________________________

                Susan R. Connor, Miner County Auditor

Krempges made a request that due to the late spring conditions he would like to have the option to leave county road load limits in place after the April 30th date.  Motion by Bowman and seconded by Durant to adopt the following resolution.

RESOLUTION 13-14

WHEREAS, seasonal climatic changes can be detrimental to Miner County highways, and

WHEREAS, the Miner County Board of County Commissioners desires to protect existing Miner County Highways, ultimately saving tax dollars, and

WHEREAS, the Miner County Board of County Commissioners desire the enforcement of weight limitations on Miner County Roads as set forth and posted by the Miner County Highway Superintendent and

WHEREAS, SDCL 32-22-24 authorizes the extension of the period set forth as February 15th thru April 30th

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Miner County Commission gives the option to the Miner County Highway Superintendent to extend the spring load limits until May 31st if needed to preserve Miner County roads.

Voting aye:  Maroney, Durant, Protsch, Bowman and Wentland.  Voting nay:  none.  Resolution approved this 30th day of April, 2013.

                                                                                                                ____________________________________________

                                                                                                                Roger Wentland, Chairman

                                                                                                                Miner County Board of Commissioners

Attest:  _______________________________

                Susan R. Connor, Miner County Auditor

 

Motion by Maroney, seconded by Durant and carried to adjourn as a board of commissioners to reconvene as a Planning and Zoning Commission.

Motion by Wentland, seconded by Bowman and carried to convene as the board of adjustments to consider the scheduled variance & conditional use applications.

A hearing was held as advertised to consider an application for a variance from the zoning ordinance from Shannon Hutterian Brethren, Inc. regarding residence setbacks to a proposed construction of a CAFO (Concentrated Animal Feeding Operation) dairy of up to 1,300 animal units in the South West (SW) ¼ South East (SE) ¼ of Section 15, T106N, R55W, Clearwater Township, Miner County, South Dakota.  Present for the hearing were Zoning Administrator Tami Severson, State’s Attorney Greg Protsch, Mark, Ben and Adam Wipf of Shannon Colony, Brian Fredrickson of Dakota Environmental, Luke Muller of First District of Local Govts, Miner County Highway Superintendent Ron Krempges, and Mark Palmquist.    Brian Fredrickson explained that the application was made to request a variance to utilize the residential setbacks required for a Class B CAFO (2,640’) instead of the Class A CAFO residential setbacks required (3740’).  Mark Wipf informed the board that the applicant has contacted surrounding landowners about their plans for the dairy.  Tami Severson read a letter she had received from Greg, Dan, and Jeff Callies stating they are willing to waive the setback distance requirement from their residences. 

Following consideration of oral testimony in support and hearing no concerns of granting the application, it was moved by Wentland and seconded by Bowman that the Findings that follow be approved.

STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA)                                                          BEFORE THE MINER COUNTY

                                                                : SS                                         BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT

COUNTY OF MINER                     )

 

 

IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF)

                                                                                                )                                              FINDINGS

SHANNON COLONY FOR A VARIANCE     )

 

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FINDINGS

I

                That the applicant, Shannon Colony by Ben J. Wipf, has made an application for a variance for residence setbacks for a proposed construction of a CAFO (Concentrated Animal Feeding Operation) dairy of up to 1,300 animal units in the South West (SW) ¼ South East (SE) ¼ of Section 15, T106N, R55W, Clearwater Township, Miner County, South Dakota, and that they are the owner of record thereof.

 

II

                That the proposed use of said realty is specifically prohibited by the zoning ordinance without applicant first obtaining a variance, for which he has applied and paid the applicable fee.

 

III

                That upon said application, notice of hearing was given as required by the Miner County Zoning Ordinance by mailing to the adjoining landowners and by publication.

 

IV

                That hearing upon said application was held on April 30, 2013, in the Courtroom of the Miner County Courthouse.

 

V

                That applicant, Shannon Colony represented by Ben Wipf, Mark Wipf, and Adam Wipf appeared in person.

 

VI

                That Brian Fredrickson of Dakota Environmental appeared on behalf of Shannon Colony in support of said variance

 

VII

                That no one appeared in opposition.

 

VIII

                That a presentation in support of said variance and testimony on behalf of said variance was received at the hearing and that no testimony regarding concerns for the granting of the variance was received at the hearing. 

 

NOW, THEREFORE, that application, testimony at the hearing, and arguments of individuals at the hearing all having been considered, it is the FINDING of the Miner County Board of Adjustment that the application of Shannon Colony for a variance be approved to allow the setback that would be applicable for a Class B CAFO of 2,640 feet.

 

1)      That the Miner County Board of Adjustment is empowered under Section 506 to grant the variance and that the requirements of the zoning ordinance regarding a variance have been met by the applicant.

 

2)      That the Miner County Board of Adjustment is able to make the applicable findings required by Section 506 of the ordinance, which are considered prerequisite to the granting of a variance.

 

IX

That the Board of Adjustment vote upon approval of such application was five in favor thereof and none opposed thereto.

It is, therefore, ORDERED that said application be approved.

 

Dated this 30th day of April, 2013.

 

                                                                                                ________________________________

                                                                                                Patrick Maroney, Chairman

                                                                                                Miner County Board of Adjustment

Attest:

 

_______________________________________

Susan Connor, Secretary

 

A hearing was held as advertised to consider an application for a conditional use permit from Shannon Hutterian Brethren, Inc. for the construction and operation of a CAFO (Concentrated Animal Feeding Operation) dairy of up to 1,300 animal units in the South West (SW) ¼ South East (SE) ¼ of Section 15, T106N, R55W, Clearwater Township, Miner County, South Dakota.  Present for the hearing was Zoning Administrator Tami Severson, State’s Attorney Greg Protsch, Mark, Ben and Adam Wipf of Shannon Colony, Brian Fredrickson of Dakota Environmental, Luke Muller of First District of Local Govts, Miner County Highway Superintendent Ron Krempges, and Clearwater Township officials Matt Connor, Larry Haak, Roger Laible and Lyndon Potter. 

Brian Fredrickson explained the proposed plan for construction of the dairy of up to 1,300 animal units.  The milking herd will consist of up to 360 head, while another 195 head of mature dry cows will be present.  Roughly 500 head of non-mature replacement stock ranging from newborn calves to heifers, will also be present.  The initial facilities would be constructed for a 240 head milking herd, with the dry cows and replacement stock reduced in proportion.  It is possible the facility may never be expanded to the 360 head capacity, but it is desired to make application for this size.  The dairy will be located within one mile of the existing swine nursery and finishing operation.  This operation was approved through the conditional use permit issued on November 8, 2004 as a Class A CAFO of 4,880 animal units.  This would result in a combined CAFO of 6,180 animal units making this application a CLASS A.  The liquid manure would be pumped through a flex hose and knifed in to the area listed on the nutrient management plan.

Larry Haak addressed the board concerning the excessive use the township roads will receive with the exporting of the milk.  He also had a concern as to water usage and availability.  Fredrickson stated that the dairy will drill a well to supply the water needed which will require state permits.  If the state determines that it would restrict water usage of surrounding land owners the state could pull the water rights.  The well currently being used at the hog site is a 700 foot well.

Lyndon Potter made the request that a condition of granting the permit be that a written road haul agreement be signed between Clearwater Township and Shannon Colony.  Krempges questioned the usage of county roads during a wet year when the milk trucks would be forced off the soft township roads and onto county roads. 

Following consideration of oral testimony in support and concerns of granting the application, it was moved by Bowman and seconded by Wentland that the Findings that follow be approved.

STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA)                                                          BEFORE THE MINER COUNTY

                                                                : SS                                         BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT

COUNTY OF MINER                     )

 

 

IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF                                               )

                                                                                                                                                 )             FINDINGS

SHANNON COLONY FOR A CONDITIONAL USE  )

 

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FINDINGS

I

                That the applicant Shannon Colony by Ben J. Wipf, has made an application for a conditional use to construct a CAFO consisting of up to 1,300 animal units in the South West (SW) ¼ South East (SE) ¼ of Section 15, T106N, R55W, Clearwater Township, Miner County, South Dakota, and that they are the owner of record thereof.

 

 

II

                That the proposed use of said realty is specifically prohibited by the zoning ordinance without applicant first obtaining a conditional use, for which they have applied.

 

III

                That upon said application, notice of hearing was given as required by the Miner County Zoning Ordinance by mailing to the adjoining landowners and by publication.

 

IV

                That hearing upon said application was held on April 30, 2013 in the Courtroom of the Miner County Courthouse.

 

V

                That applicant, Shannon Colony represented by Ben Wipf, Mark Wipf, and Adam Wipf   appeared in person.

 

VI

                That Brian Fredrickson of Dakota Environmental appeared on behalf of Shannon Colony in support of said variance

 

VII

                That Clearwater Township officers Matt Connor, Lyndon Potter, Roger Laible and Larry Haak appeared to voice concerns as to excess wear and tear on the township roads. 

 

VIII

                That a presentation in support of said conditional use and testimony on behalf of said conditional use was received at the hearing and that concerns to the granting of the conditional use were received at the hearing. 

 

NOW, THEREFORE, that application, testimony at the hearing, and arguments of individuals at the hearing all having been considered, it is the FINDING of the Miner County Board of Adjustment that the application of Shannon Colony for a conditional use be approved for the following reasons:

 

1)      That the Miner County Board of Adjustment is empowered under Section 505 of the Miner County Zoning Ordinance to grant with conditions the conditional use and that the granting of the conditional use will not adversely affect the public interest.

2)      That the Miner County Board of Adjustment certifies compliance with the specific rules governing individual conditional uses.

3)      That the Miner County Board of Adjustment is able to make the applicable findings required by Section 505, Subsection 4 & 5 of the ordinance, which are considered prerequisite to the granting of a conditional use.

 

IX

                That the Board of Adjustment vote upon approval of such application was five in favor thereof and none opposed thereto.

It is, therefore, ORDERED that said application for the construction of a Class A CAFO with a maximum amount of 1300 animal units at the dairy site in the South West (SW) ¼ South East (SE) ¼ of Section 15, T106N, R55W, Clearwater Township, Miner County, South Dakota, in addition to the previously approved (November 8, 2004) CAFO for swine production on Lot A of the Northeast (NE) ¼ of Section 15, T106N, Clearwater Township, Miner County, South Dakota  be approved with the following conditions:

  1. Execution and filing with the board of adjustment of a haul route agreement between Miner County, Clearwater Township and Shannon Colony
  2. Approval of permits required by the state of South Dakota including but not limited to state general permit and any other required state permits.


Dated this 30th day of April, 2013.

 

                                                                                                ________________________________

                                                                                                Patrick Maroney, Chairman

                                                                                                Miner County Board of Adjustment

Attest:

 

_______________________________________

Susan Connor, Secretary

               
A hearing was held as advertised to consider an application for a variance from the zoning ordinance to Dale Klingberg regarding residence rear and side yard setbacks in the South West (SW) ¼ Section 35, T105N, R55W, Vermillion Township, Miner County, South Dakota.  Present for the hearing was Zoning Administrator Tami Severson, Dale and Karen Klingberg, State’s Attorney Greg Protsch and Highway Superintendent Ron Krempges.

Motion by Wentland and seconded by Protsch that the Findings that follow be approved.

STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA)                                                          BEFORE THE MINER COUNTY

                                                                : SS                                         BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT

COUNTY OF MINER                     )

 

 

IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF              )

                                                                                                                )                              FINDINGS

DALE KLINGBERG FOR A VARIANCE                         )

 

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FINDINGS

I

                That the applicant, Dale Klingberg has made an application for a variance to waive the residence rear and side yard setbacks in the SW ¼, Section 35, T105N, R55W, Vermillion Township in Miner County, South Dakota, and that he is the owner of record thereof.

 

II

                That the proposed use of said realty is specifically prohibited by the zoning ordinance without applicant first obtaining a variance, for which she has applied and paid the applicable fee.

 

III

                That upon said application, notice of hearing was given as required by the Miner County Zoning Ordinance by mailing to the adjoining landowners and by publication.

 

IV

                That hearing upon said application was held on April 30, 2013  in the Courtroom of the Miner County Courthouse.

 

V

                That applicant appeared in person.

 

VI

                That no one appeared in opposition.

VI

That a presentation in support of said variance and testimony on behalf of said variance was received at the hearing and that no testimony regarding concerns for the granting of the variance was received at the hearing. 

 

NOW, THEREFORE, that application and testimony at the hearing, having been considered, it is the FINDING of the Miner County Board of Adjustment that the application of Dale Klingberg for a variance be approved to allow the proposed rear and side yard setbacks for the following reasons:

 

1)      That the Miner County Board of Adjustment is empowered under Section 506 to grant the variance and that the requirements of the zoning ordinance regarding a variance have been met by the applicant.

 

2)      That the Miner County Board of Adjustment is able to make the applicable findings required by Section 506 of the ordinance, which are considered prerequisite to the granting of a variance.

 

VIII

            That the Board of Adjustment vote upon approval of such application was five in favor thereof and none opposed thereto.

It is, therefore, ORDERED that said application be approved.

 

Dated this 30th day of April, 2013.

 

                                                                                                ________________________________

                                                                                                Patrick Maroney, Chairman

                                                                                                Miner County Board of Adjustment

 

Attest:_______________________________________

            Susan Connor, Secretary

 

A hearing was held as advertised to consider an application for a variance from the zoning ordinance to David Shumaker to construct a 44’X 60’ shed closer to the road than current zoning allows in the South East (SE) ¼ Section 31, T106N, R56W, Howard Township, Miner County, South Dakota.  Present for the hearing was Zoning Administrator Tami Severson, David, Jennie and Dale Shumaker, State’s Attorney Greg Protsch and Highway Superintendent Ron Krempges.

David Shumaker informed the board that he would like to place the building 8 feet closer to the road than zoning ordinance requires as moving the building would interfere in the drainage to the site and require the electrical service to be moved.  Krempges voiced that with all the new construction taking place in the county owners should have forethought when determining the layout of the building site so that zoning requirements will be met for current and future construction. 

STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA)                                                          BEFORE THE MINER COUNTY

                                                                : SS                                         BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT

COUNTY OF MINER                     )

 

 

IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF)

                                                                                                )                                              FINDINGS

DAVID SHUMAKER  FOR A VARIANCE     )

 

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FINDINGS

I

                That the applicant, David Shumaker, has made an application for a variance to build a 44’ x 60’ shed closer to the road than zoning allows in the SE ¼ Section 31, T106N, R56W,  Howard Township, in Miner County, South Dakota, and that he is the owner of record thereof.

 

II

                That the proposed use of said realty is specifically prohibited by the zoning ordinance without applicant first obtaining a variance, for which he has applied and paid the applicable fee.

 

III

                That upon said application, notice of hearing was given as required by the Miner County Zoning Ordinance by mailing to the adjoining landowners and by publication.

 

IV

                That hearing upon said application was held on April 30, 2013, in the Courtroom of the Miner County Courthouse.

 

V

                That applicant appeared in person.

 

VI

                That no other persons appeared in opposition.

 

VII

                That a presentation in support of said variance and testimony on behalf of said variance was received at the hearing and that  testimony regarding concerns for the granting of the variance was received at the hearing. 

 

NOW, THEREFORE, that application and testimony at the hearing all having been considered, it is the FINDING of the Miner County Board of Adjustment that the application of David Shumaker for a variance be approved to allow construction of the shed 8’ closer to the road than zoning allows for the following reasons:

 

1)      That the Miner County Board of Adjustment is empowered under Section 506 to grant the variance and that the requirements of the zoning ordinance regarding a variance have been met by the applicant.

 

2)      That the Miner County Board of Adjustment is able to make the applicable findings required by Section 506 of the ordinance, which are considered prerequisite to the granting of a variance.

 

VIII

                That the Board of Adjustment vote upon approval of such application was five in favor thereof and none opposed thereto.

It is, therefore, ORDERED that said application be approved.

 

Dated this 30th day of April, 2013.

 

                                                                                                ________________________________

                                                                                                Patrick Maroney, Chairman

                                                                                                Miner County Board of Adjustment

Attest:_______________________________________

            Susan Connor, Secretary

 

Motion by Durant, seconded by Bowman and carried to adjourn as the Planning Commission serving as the board of adjustments.

The board reconvened as a board of commissioners.  Zoning Administrator Tami Severson, Dale and Karen Klingberg joined the meeting.  Severson presented the following plat for consideration.

Motion by Bowman and seconded by Maroney to adopt the following resolution

RESOLUTION 13-15

BE IT RESOLVED BY THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF MINER COUNTY, SOUTH DAKOTA, that the plat of KLINGBERG TRACTS 1 AND 2 IN THE SW ¼ OF SECTION 35, T 105 N, R 55 W OF THE 5TH P.M. MINER COUNTY, SOUTH DAKOTA, which has been submitted for examination pursuant to law, is hereby approved and the County Auditor is hereby authorized and directed to endorse on such plat a copy of this Resolution and certify the same. 

Voting aye:  Maroney, Durant, Protsch, Bowman and Wentland.  Voting nay:  none.  Resolution approved this 30th day of April, 2013. 

                                                                                                                                _________________________________________

                                                                                                    Roger Wentland, Chairman

                                                                                                    Miner County Board of Commissioners

Attest:  _________________________________

                Susan R. Connor, Miner County Auditor

 

Motion by Bowman, seconded by Maroney and carried to authorize the chairman to sign the 2014 WIC County Contract with the SD Dept. of Health for services for Women, Infants and Children.

The board adjourned as a Board of Commissioners and reconvened as a Board of Equalization.

Clerical corrections: 

Parcel #4754      S. 75’ of W2 Lot 4, Block 11, Howard City O.P.  Remove (recorded twice as part

of another parcel)

 

Motion by Maroney, seconded by Durant and carried to approve the above mentioned clerical correction.

 

Having no further equalization business it was motioned by Bowman and seconded by Durant to end equalization for 2013.  Motion carried.

                                                                                                                                ___________________________________

                                                                                                               Roger Wentland, Chairman

                                                                                                               Miner County Board of Commissioners

Attest:  _________________________________

                Susan R. Connor, Miner County Auditor

 

Claims:  Road & Bridge $34,101.04, Wellmark $23,728.71, TransAmerica -$5,836.72, Guardian-$1,458.30, Retirement $4,748.31, AFLAC $24.60, OASI $7,178.55, Commissioners $2,978.25, Auditor $6,571.77 (Includes Rebecca Mommaerts at $2,205.25/mo), Treasurer $5,993.00, States Attorney $3,490.25, Govt Building $2,467.47, Director of Equalization $3,494.24, Register of Deeds $5,103.05, Vet Service $754.50, Sheriff $10,077.76, Contract Law $3,193.25, Welfare $222.74, Co Nurse $1,893.29, Ambulance $8,520.89, WIC $127.28, Extension $1,107.75 Weed $731.50, Dispatch $7,882.66 (Includes Jennifer Bolden and Melissa Reisch at $14.77/hr), Emergency Mgt $2,193.25; Lewis Drug $18.99, Madison Community Hospital $85.00 county jail other fees; Dakotagas Propane $330.00 fuel; Northwestern Energy $1292.02 gas service; Angelica Fechner $73.28 judicial professional services; Lewis & Clark Behavioral Health $149.00, Yankton County $106.25 mental illness hearing expense; Avera Queen of Peace $102.80 other professional services; Miner Co Treasurer $103.48 postage; Davison County Jail $1,032.00 prisoner care; Miner Co Pioneer $237.85 publishing; Sioux Falls Two Way Radio $47.50 radio repairs; Aramark Uniform $71.11 rent; Ultra $60.00 repairs; Brock White Co $6,500.00, Canova Service Center $3,946.02,

Lyle Signs $2,652.35 road materials; Horizon Health Care $135.00, SD Dept. of Health Lab Service $105.00 state’s attorney other expense; Auto Body Specialties $4.40, Boyer Ford Trucks $56.31, Butler Machinery Co $338.56, Campbell Supply $259.99, Dakota Fluid Power $99.35, GCR Tire Centers $135.00, Hoffman Diesel Service $113.02, Johnstone Supply $10.00, Light and Siren $119.20, Mac’s Inc $169.69, Mid-American Research $464.41, Miner Co Treasurer $49.55, National 4-H Supply Service $39.53, Northern Truck Equipment $479.46, Office Peeps $65.25, O’Keefe Implement $84.37, Rusty’s $55.36, Safety Kleen $373.13, SDSU 4-H Office $52.00, Titan Machinery $112.09, Ultra $364.00, Zep Manufacturing $1,362.29, Zoll Medical $52.17 supplies; AT&T $130.85 telephone; Don Bowman $62.16, Mike Clary $88.80, Voni Durant $29.60, Maria Feldhaus $480.84, Patrick Maroney $137.44, Roger Wentland $22.57 travel;

The next commission meeting shall be held May 7, 2013.  Dated this 30th day of April, 2013. 

                                                                                                                                ___________________________________________

                                                                                               Roger Wentland, Chairman

                                                                                               Miner County Board of Commissioners

Attest:  ____________________________________

                Susan R. Connor, Miner County Auditor

 

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