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CHAMBER OF THE BOARD OF CITY COMMISSIONERS
YANKTON, SOUTH DAKOTA
JANUARY 14, 2013
Regular meeting of the Board of City Commissioners of the City of Yankton was called to order by
Mayor Wenande.
Roll Call: Present: Commissioners Carda, Gross, Hoffner, Knoff, and Sommer. City Attorney
Hosmer and City Manager Nelson were also present. Absent: Commissioners Akland, Lowrie, and
Woerner. Quorum present.
Action 13-01
Moved by Commissioner Gross, seconded by Commissioner Sommer, to approve the Minutes of the
regular meeting of December 21, 2012.
Roll Call: All members present voting “Aye;” voting “Nay:” None.
Motion adopted.
Action 13-02
Moved by Commissioner Knoff, seconded by Commissioner Carda, that the Schedule of Bills be
approved and warrants be issued.
ACE HARDWARE-TREADMILL-$5,800.62; ADVANCED WEIGHING SYSTEMS INC-
SOFTWARE RENEWAL-$1,550.00; ATTORNEYS ASSN SD-MUNICIPAL MEMBERSHIP
DUES-$35.00; BAUER BUILT INC-LOADER TIRES-$5,718.58; BOMGAARS INC-TOOLS-
$835.30; BOYER TRUCKS SIOUX FALLS-FUEL FILTER-$273.42; CEDAR KNOX PUBLIC
POWER DIST-ELECT-DEC-$1,188.63; CENTURYLINK-PHONE-DEC-$1,646.52; CITY OF
VERMILLION-JT POWER CASH TRANS-$18,298.69; CITY OF YANKTON-CENTRAL
GARAGE-RUBBISH-$20.00; CITY OF YANKTON-SOLID WASTE-COMPACTED GARBAGE-
$8,718.80; CITY UTILITIES-WATER/WW CHARGES-$5,660.81; CON-WAY FREIGHT INC-
FREIGHT-$75.23; CONCRETE MATERIAL-GABION STONES-$2,392.79; CREDIT
COLLECTION SERVICE INC-UT COLL-NOV-$72.29; CRESCENT ELECTRIC-OUTSIDE
LIGHT-$111.02; CSI SOFTWARE-SUPPLIES-$220.00; DAKOTA SHEET METAL INC-REPAIR
HEATER-$451.72; DANKO EMERGENCY EQUIPMENT-SAW-$3,470.00; DEPARTMENT OF
REVENUE-ANNUAL WASTEWATER FEES-$12,500.00; DEX MEDIA EAST-PHONE BOOK-
$46.93; ECHO-CONNECTOR-$41.93; EHRESMANN ENGINEERING INC-PIPE-$77.64;
EMBROIDERY WORKS-UNIFORMS-$76.44; FEDEX-POSTAGE-$11.47; FINANCE DEPT OF-
SUPPLIES-$20.36; GRAMPS-FUEL-$1,754.83; GRAYBAR ELECTRIC COMPANY INC-LIGHTS-
$1,031.64; GRAYMONT CAPITAL INC-LIME-$3,922.08; HD SUPPLY WATERWORKS LTD-
REPAIRS-$220.90; HEDAHL'S PARTS PLUS-BATTERIES-$757.19; HEIMAN FIRE
EQUIPMENT INC-BUNKER GEAR-$1,528.00; HOLOPHANE AN ACUITY BRANDS-CO-LED
LIGHTING-$3,311.63; IBACH/EILEEN-REIMBURSEMENT-$204.45; INTL INST OF MUN
CLERKS-ANNUAL DUES-$145.00; JOHNSON ELECTRIC-REPAIRS-$594.35;
KADRMAS LEE & JACKSON INC-ENG SERVICES-$13,604.15; KAISER REFRIGERATION
INC-SAW PARTS-$64.97; KIMBALL-MIDWEST NUTS-BOLTS-$90.35; KNOLOGY-PHONE-
DEC-$2,457.30; LEWIS & CLARK FORD-LAMP REPAIRS-$194.60; LOCATORS & SUPPLIES
INC-TRAF CONES-$35.35; LONGS PROPANE INC-PROPANE-$270.00; LYLE SIGNS INC-
SIGNS-$304.62; MARKS MACHINERY-ALTERNATOR-$141.45; MIDAMERICAN ENERGY-
FUEL-DEC-$5,630.43; MIDAMERICAN ENERGY-FUEL-DEC-$5,316.86; MIDWEST TAPE-
AUDIO BOOKS-$478.85; MIDWEST TURF & IRRIGATION-MOWER REPAIRS-$523.73;
MOVIE LICENSING-USA LICENSING FEE-$350.00; NORTHWESTERN ENERGY-ELECT-DEC-$54,971.52; OPIS ENERGY GROUP-OPIS RENEWAL-$624.00; PAYER/MARK-REIMBURSEMENT-$133.65; POSTMASTER BOX FEE-$110.00; PRESS DAKOTA MSTAR SOLUTIONS-COMMISSION MINUTES-$1,742.49; QUILL CORPORATION-OFFICE SUPPLIES-$38.34; R&R PRODUCTS INC-MOWER REPAIRS-$2,642.50; RACOM CORPORATION-RADIO ACCESS-$1,285.20; REGIONAL TECHNICAL EDUCATION-LEASE-DEC-$1,466.67; REINHART FOODS INC-ENTREE-$141.33; SANITATION PRODUCTS INC-TRUCK REPAIRS-$97.20; SMITH/JACK-2012 EASEMENT-$200.00; STERN OIL CO INC-FUEL-$5,340.98; STURDEVANT'S AUTO PARTS INC-SUPREME OIL-$110.31; SUGAR MOMMAS CUSTOM-STAFF MEETING-$36.00; TRAFFIC CONTROL CORP-LIGHTS-$336.00; TRUCK TRAILER SALES INC-SERVICE CALL-$70.75; US POST OFFICE-UTIL UT POSTAGE-DEC-$1,300.00; UNITED PARCEL SERVICE, INC-POSTAGE-$165.72; UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE-POSTAGE METER-DEC-$1,111.00; VELLEK/FRANK-RANGE LEASE-$900.00; WATER & ENV ENG RESEARCH CTR-WATER TESTS-$98.00; XEROX CORPORATION-COPIER LEASE-$404.99; XEROX CORPORATION-COPIER LEASE-$1,462.56; YANKTON AREA ICE ASSOCIATION-DEC REIMBURSEMENT-$3,968.63; YANKTON INSURANCE AGENTS-AIRPORT LIABILTIY INS-$10,500.00; YANKTON MEDICAL CLINIC-EXAMS-$5,097.50; YANKTON POLICE DEPARTMENT-POSTAGE-$24.64; YANKTON VOL FIRE DEPARTMENT-FIRE CALLS/NOV-DEC-$2,330.00; A AND B BUSINESS EQUIP-PRINTER/COPIER MAINTENANCE-$423.65; A-OX WELDING SUPPLY-CARBON DIOXIDE-$196.32; A-1 VACUUM AND SEWING-VACUUM-$98.23; ACE HARDWARE-TILLER-$1,502.43; AIR LIQUIDE INDUSTRIAL-CARBON DIOXIDE-$592.00; AIRNAV LLC-AIRNAV REGISTRATION-$75.00; ALS TECHNOLOGIES INC-AMMUNITION-$812.26; AMAZON MARKETPLACE PMTS-SUPPLIES-$143.33; AMAZON PRIME-SUPPLIES-$79.00; AMAZON.COM-DVDS-$168.37; AMERIZON WIRELESS-PAGER CHARGERS-$207.36; AMSTERDAM PRINT & LITHO-SUPPLIES-$204.51; APPLE ITUNES STORE-EBOOK-$26.47; APPEARA-TOWELS-$131.12; WIRELESS ACCESS-$346.00; BAKER-TAYLOR-BOOKS-$3,789.64; BATTERY EXCHANGE-AUTOMOTIVE PARTS-$199.90; BOLLER PRINTING-POSTAGE-$17.18; BOMGAARS-DRILL-$1,379.21; BOOKLIST MAGAZINE-MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION-$147.50; BURGER KING-TRAVEL EXPENSE-$16.45; CABLEORGANIZER-PUBLIC RELATIONS PRODUCT-$51.46; CADILLAC JACK S GAMING-LODGING-$236.10; CASEYS GEN STORE-MEETING EXPENSE-$25.63; CENTER POINT-BOOKS-$334.46; COAST TO COAST SOLUTIONS-PROMOTIONAL PRODUCTS-$679.50; CODE TACTICAL SUPPLY-FLASHLIGHT REPAIRS-$44.32; COFFEE CUP #8-TRAVEL EXPENSE-$51.60; COMPETITIVE EDGE-LIGHT COVER-$164.98; CONCRETE MATERIALS-SUPPLIES-$493.52; COUNTRY PRIDE-TRAVEL EXPENSE-$51.74; COX AUTO SUPPLY-GEAR OIL-$316.81; CREATIVE PRODUCTS-PROMOTIONAL PRODUCTS-$546.84; CRESCENT ELECTRIC-LAMPS-$296.90; CT FLAGS-FLAGS-$105.93; CULLIGAN WATER -WATER SOFTENER REPAIR-$363.00; CUTTER & BUCK INC-UNIFORMS-$53.41; DAKOTA ARCHERY-AMMUNITION-$181.37; DAKOTALAND HOLDINGS-REPAIR WINDSHIELD CHIP-$29.95; DAVIDSON TITLES INC-BOOKS-$1,804.87; DAYHUFF ENTERPRISES-JANITORIAL SUPPLIES-$339.64; DELTA-AIRLINE FEE-$50.00; DEMCO INC-OFFICE SUPPLIES-$26.19; DEXONE PHONE BOOK-ADVERTISEMENT-$366.00; DISPLAY SALES CO-SUPPLIES-$253.00; DLT SOLUTIONS-AUTOCAD MAINTENANCE-$2,555.61; ED ROEHR SAFETY PRODUCTS-EQUIPMENT REPAIR-$146.41; EDDIE BAUER-UNIFORM-$133.46; EHRESMANN ENGINEERING-METAL RACK-$228.75; EMBROIDERY & SCREEN WORKS-UNIFORM SHIRTS-$88.00; ESRI INC-GIS SOFTWARE MAINTENANCE-$623.48; FASTENAL COMPANY-WELDING SUPPLIES-$194.14; FEJFAR PLUMBING & HEAT-DRINKING FOUNTAIN INSTALL-$118.32; FISHNET SECURITY-ANTIVIRUS SUBSCRIPTION-$552.90; FLORENTINE CAFFE-TRAVEL EXPENSE-$210.95; FORSITE-SUPPLIES-$114.45; FRED HAAR COMPANY-MOWER PARTS-$63.48; FRONTIER-AIRFARE-$1,797.70; GREAT WALL RESTAURANT-TRAVEL EXPENSE-$12.00; HARD DRIVE CENTRAL-COPIER SERVICE-$33.32; HAWKINS INC-CHEMICALS-$5,048.80; HD SUPPLY WATERWORK-PART-$357.45; HEDAHLS -WIPER BLADES-$68.08; HY VEE-EMPLOYEE APPRECIATION-$285.40; INDEPENDENCE WASTE-RENTALS-$793.35; INDUSTRIAL ELECTRIC MOTOR-MOTOR-$459.50; INT L CODE COUNCIL INC-ICC CODE SUPPLIES-$354.00; IOWA PARK AND RECREATIION-CONFERENCE-$1,020.00; JP COOKE-DOG LICENSES-$100.51; JACKS UNIFORMS & EQUIPMENT-UNIFORM-$976.75; JANITORS CLOSET-CLEANING SUPPLIES-$728.59; JCPENNEY-UNIFORM-$15.90; JJ BENJI-UNIFORMS-$60.00; JODEANS STEAK HOUSE-MEETING EXPENSE-$27.31; KAISER REFRIGERATION-CHAIN SAW-$160.90; KELLY PRINTING SUPPLIES-INK CARTRIDGES-$183.90; KMART-PROGRAM SUPPLIES-$505.54; KOHLS-UNIFORMS-$243.68; LANGUAGE LINE SERVICES-PHONE INTERPRETER-$251.94; LEE NEWSPAPER-NEWSPAPER SUBSCRIPTION-$246.96; MAVERICKLABEL.COM GOLF-CART PERMITS-$261.33; MCDONALDS-TRAVEL EXPENSE-$2.14; MCMASTER-CARR-CPVC PIPE AND FITTINGS-$322.65; MEAD LUMBER-CEMENT-$120.31; MENARDS-FIREPLACE-$1,843.07; MIDWAY USA-EQUIPMENT REPAIR-$62.22; MITCHELL GOLF EQUIPMENT-CLUB REPAIRS-$230.24; MUTT MITT-DOGGYBAGS-$939.04; NATIONAL LEAGUE OF CITIES-TRAVEL EXPENSE-$125.00; NFPA NATL FIRE PROTECT-NFPA FIRE CODE RENEWAL-$855.00; NORTHTOWN AUTOMOTIVE ENGINE-REPAIRS-$100.44; OFFICE ELEMENTS GROUP-OFFICE SUPPLIES-$166.97; PAYPAL -OFFICE SUPPLIES-$110.00; PAYPAL-ADVERTISMENT-$69.84; PAYPAL-OFFICE SUPPLIES TONER-$21.99; PCS-MOBILE REPAIRS-$45.00; PDR NETWORK LLC-BOOK-$59.95; PILOT-TRAVEL EXPENSE-$51.51; PITNEYBOWES-POSTAGE-$100.00; PRICELINE.COM-CONFERENCE-$674.64; PRICELINE.COM-A&S CONFERENCE-$60.00; POTTER FUR CO-TRAPS FOR CREEK-$115.45; POWERPHONE-TRAINING DISPATCHER-$129.00; PRINTSOURCE NETWORK-PLUMBING PERMITS-$86.00; PROBUILD-REPAIR SHELTER RIVERSIDE-$285.44; PROVANTAGE LLC-PRINTER-$1,718.00; QUILL CORPORATION-OFFICE SUPPLIES-$316.63; RACOM RADIO EQUIPMENT-RADIO PACKAGES & PROGRAM-$1,011.34; RADIOSHACK-OFFICE SUPPLY-$152.96; PGA MERCH SHOW-CONFERENCE-$30.00; RANDOM HOUSE INC-AUDIO BOOKS-$586.46; THE GOLFWORKS-CLUB REPAIRS-$44.20; ROYAL SPORT SHOP-SUPPLIES-$94.60; SAM LAGRASSAS-TRAVEL EXPENSE-$55.00; SANFORD CLI-CLASS REGISTRATION-$100.00; SEAPORT HOTEL-WTC CONFERENCE LODGING-$1,427.96; SEARS HHO INC-MONITOR-$504.96; SF REGIONAL AIRPORT-TRAVEL EXPENSE-$30.00; SHERWIN WILLIAMS-PAINT-$51.77; SHUR-CO-REPAIR TENNIS WINDSCREEN-$600.00; SILVERADO CASINO-TRAVEL EXPENSE-$26.00; SIOUX LAND TURF-CHEMICALS-$690.00; SIRCHIE FINGER PRINT-INVESTIGATION SUPPLIES-$398.65; SKY DINE SERVICES-TRAVEL EXPENSE-$29.85; SKYCADDIE-MERCHANDISE-$62.00; SPRAYING SYSTEMS COMPANY-NOZZLE-$107.95; HANSEN LOCKSMITH-DRILL LOCK CORE-$20.00; STAPLES-OFFICE SUPPLIES-$55.18; STAYWELL-KRAMES- LIFEGUARD TRAINING-$194.83; STEPHANIES ASSOCIATES-TRAVEL EXPENSE-$335.00; STREICHERS-WEAPONS AND SIGHTS-$8,004.79; STURDEVANTS-LIFT STATION PARTS-$63.96; TAMO LOUNGE-TRAVEL EXPENSE-$84.38; THE DAILY CATCH-TRAVEL EXPENSE-$217.00; THE YANKTON COUNTY OBSERVER-ADVERTISMENT-$75.00; TMA- VEHICLE BATTERY-$615.95; TRACTOR SUPPLY CO-ROPE-$68.66; TRIVIEW COMMUNICATIONS-DISPATCH PHONE-$525.00; TRK HOSTING-WEB HOSTING-$68.85; TUMBLEBOOKS INC-ONLINE BOOK SUBSCRIPTION-$399.00; TURF WERKS SIOUX FALLS-SUPPLIES-$167.39; U OF M MINITEX
II-WORKSHOP FEE-$250.00; UNITED-CONFERENCE-$509.40; UPS-POSTAGE-$23.96; USA
BLUE BOOK-METER PARTS-$240.98; USBORNE BOOKS-BOOKS-$306.80; VALUE LINE
PUBLISHING-MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION-$598.00; VERIZON WRLS-INTERNET ACCESS-
$1,175.64; VOGT CLEANERS-UNIFORMS-$6.00; WALGREENS-SUMMER READING-$127.99;
WESTERN OFFICE PRODUCT-SUPPLIES-$367.62; WHOLESALE SUPPLY COMPANY-CUPS-
$106.65; WM SUPERCENTER-DVDS-$2,153.32; WW GRAINGER-WATER COOLER-$388.99;
WWW.NEWEGG.COM-SUPPLIES-$45.98; YANKTON DAILY PRESS & AND DAKOTA-
ADVERTISMENT-$1,254.80; YANKTON PIZZA RANCH-PIZZA-PARENTS' NIGHT OUT-
$54.50; YANKTON WINNELSON CO-PIPE-$361.66;-5 STAR COMMUNICATIONS-
ADVERTISEMENT-$112.95; 75 CHESTNUT-TRAVEL EXPENSE-$147.00; ACCOUNTS
MANAGEMENT INC-EMPLOYEE DEDUCTION-$20.00; AFSCME COUNCIL 59-EMPLOYEE
DEDUCTION-$1,155.00; AMERICAN FAMILY LIFE CORP-CANCER & ICU PREMIUMS-
$6,634.68; ASSURANT EMPLOYEE BENEFITS-VISION INS-JANUARY-$373.50; DELTA
DENTAL-DENTAL INSURANCE-JAN-$7,530.32; DEPT OF SOCIAL SERVICES-EMPLOYEE
DEDUCTION-$1,204.00; EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM-EAP INSURANCE-JANUARY-
$265.72; FASTENAL COMPANY-REPLACE CHECK-$172.11; FIRST NATL BANK SOUTH
DAKOTA-EMPLOYEE DEDUCTION-$2,547.76; ICMA RETIREMENT TRUST 457-EMPLOYEE
DEDUCTION-$3,656.54; MINNESOTA LIFE INSURANCE CO-LIFE INSURANCE-JANUARY-
$1,375.65; PAUL/ERIC-REPLACEMENT CHECK-$118.00; RETIREMENT SD-SD
RETIREMENT-DEC-$61,898.98; SDSRP-EMPLOYEE DEDUCTION-$1,755.00; SUMMIT
ACTIVITY CENTER-EMPLOYEE DEDUCTION-$922.84; UNITED WAY-EMPLOYEE
DEDUCTION-$20.00; WELLMARK BLUE CROSS-HEALTH INS-JANUARY-$79,758.10.
Roll Call: All members present voting “Aye;” voting “Nay:” None.
Motion adopted.
SALARIES-DECEMBER 2012:
ADMINISTRATION-$21,711.75; FINANCE-$28,646.66; COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT-
$16,656.86; POLICE-$139,767.49; FIRE-$9,843.18; ENGINEERING-$38,719.72; STREET-
$41,050.84; SNOW & ICE-$1,505.03; TRAFFIC CONTROL-$1,564.74; LIBRARY-$25,429.68;
PARKS/SAC-$50,676.33; MARNE CREEK-$3,106.47; WATER-$34,280.48; WASTEWATER-
$31,874.63; CEMETERY-$3,078.29; SOLID WASTE-$16,888.33; LANDFILL-$14,780.43; GOLF
COURSE-$13,004.50; CENTRAL GARAGE-$5,996.10.
PERSONNEL CHANGES & NEW HIRES:
New Hires: Tyler Behrns-$20.00 hr.-Rec. Div.; Lindsay Christensen-$7.25 hr.-Rec. Div.; Todd
Cowman-$20.00 hr.-Rec. Div.; Reid Hunhoff-$7.25 hr.-Rec. Div.; Tara Richardson-$7.25 hr.-Rec.
Div.; Curtis Roth-$7.25 &/or$20.00 hr.-Rec. Div.; Katie Smelker-$7.25 &/or$20.00 hr.-Rec. Div.;
Erica Stanley-$10.00 hr.-Rec. Div.; Michael Stoll-$7.25 hr.-Rec. Div.
CITY OF YANKTON EMPLOYEE WAGES 2013:
BI-WEEKLY:
BAILEY/COLLEEN-$1,385.50; BERKE HANSON/SUSAN-$2,193.31; NELSON/AMY-$3,461.54;
HOSMER/DAVID-$730.77; CLOUGH/ANN-$2,079.31; DURHAM/CATHY-$1,489.77;
LAMMERS/JOAN-$1,485.92; LOCKWOOD/LAURIE-$1,724.92; O'GRADY/SUSAN-$1,485.92;
PARR/BETH-$1,482.08; VIERECK/AL-$3,040.38; WADSWORTH/TAMARA-$1,485.92;
JOHNSON/DUANE-$2,598.23; PETERS/TAYLOR-$1,593.96; BENDA/MICHAEL-$1,840.96;
BIES/BRAD-$1,596.16; MINGO/DAVID-$2,941.77; MORROW/JOSEPH-$2,086.35;
BAILEY/TODD-$2,012.92; BASS/STEWART-$1,663.42; BRANDT/TODD-$2,163.23; BUECHLER/ROBERT-$1,754.65; BURGESON/MICHAEL-$2,163.23; FOOTE/JASON-$1,893.61; HAGEMANN/DUSTIN-$1,604.69; HEINE/TYLER-$1,498.27; JOHNSON/DOUGLAS-$2,201.00; JOHNSON/JEFFREY-$1,758.50; LARSON/DEAN-$1,933.35; MCNINCH/JEREMY-$1,498.27; MOSER/DARREN-$2,012.92; MURGUIA/JAVIER-$1,517.16; NOLZ/PATRICK-$1,754.00; O'FARRELL/SARAH-$1,649.00; OLSON/JEREMY-$1,517.16; OLSON/RHONDA-$1,517.16; PARKER/BRAD-$1,887.92; PAULSEN/BRIAN-$3,388.12; PAYER/MARK-$2,478.96; ROTHENBERGER/MONTY-$1,624.80; SCHINDLER/SCOTT-$1,498.27; SHOBERG/GREGORY-$1,758.50; SILVERNAIL/SCOTT-$2,031.96; SPRAKEL/MARIETTA-$1,402.35; STEINBACH/DONNA-$1,383.84; WUEBBEN/STEVE-$1,750.80; BRASEL/LISA-$1,307.19; KURTENBACH/THOMAS-$2,864.80; NICKLES/LARRY-$2,191.84; BINDE/BRAD-$1,933.50; HABERMAN/ADAM-$1,794.27; HORTON/ANN-$2,414.19; KELLY/TRACEY-$1,336.58; KUHL/KEVIN-$3,543.61; MOSER/BRADLEY-$2,572.61; YOUNG/TINA-$1,107.00; CHRISTENSEN/LEONARD-$1,437.69; DELOZIER/DARRIK-$1,370.23; FRICK/DAN-$1,764.46; HACECKY/KIM-$1,565.00; HUBER/MARLON-$1,437.69; LEYDEN/DAVID-$2,548.50; MUELLER/PETER-$1,941.19; ROTH/DANNY-$1,545.84; SCHROEDER/ROGER-$1,565.00; SIMONSEN/JOSEPH-$1,200.54; SIMONSEN/ROBERT-$1,565.00; ULMER/BRUCE-$1,519.23; VELLEK/RICHARD-$1,374.08; FERDIG/CONNIE-$1,211.80; MILES/CONNIE-$1,553.46; ROINSTAD/MIKE-$1,593.96; RYKEN/ROBERT-$1,570.16; BRUNKEN/JOYCE-$1,600.84; DOBROVOLNY/LINDA-$1,542.00; JACOBS/KATHLEEN-$2,460.23; OLSON/TONYA-$1,141.88; PITTENGER/REBECCA-$1,517.69; YANEZ SORIA/DANA-$1,141.88; FRICK/BRIAN-$1,580.08; GLEICH/JOHN-$1,390.80; KORTAN/LISA-$1,616.88; LARSON/TODD-$2,793.19; MCHENRY/CHASITY-$1,141.88; SNOOK/JAMES-$2,255.50; SNYDER/ROBERT-$1,287.23; VANWINKLE/MICHAEL-$1,336.16; WUBBEN/ROBERT-$1,447.38; GROTENHUIS/TRACEY-$1,633.80; HOCHSTEIN/SARAH-$828.35; MODEREGGER/MICHELE-$1,086.88; ORR/BRITTANY-$1,482.23; OTTEMAN/DANIEL-$1,603.58; BRASEL/VIRGIL-$1,411.46; DATHER/ROGER-$1,390.27; HANSON/DOUGLAS-$1,726.27; HUSSEIN/JULIA-$1,634.19; IBACH/EILEEN-$1,199.69; KLOSTER/ALICIA-$1,199.69; PALSMA/JENNIFER-$1,214.80; STORGAARD/KIMBERLY-$1,407.61; GARVEY/TIMOTHY-$1,851.42; JORGENSEN/RANDY-$1,970.46; KUEHLER/DAVE-$1,564.54; MASON/DANIEL-$1,594.77; PETERSON/ALAN-$1,766.84; SCHANTZ/DWAYNE-$1,357.80; TRAMP/JASON-$1,466.69; TWEEDY/RAY-$2,337.58; VELLEK/FRANK-$1,759.16; ARENS/R MICHAEL-$1,527.31; CHABANE/DELORES-$1,852.50; DEWALD/RICHARD-$2,144.35; GOODMANSON/KYLE-$2,557.77; GORMAN/MICHAEL-$2,544.27; GUSSO/GREGORY-$1,849.77; HANSON/TANNER-$1,324.23; KIRCHNER/LESLIE-$1,308.23; ROBINSON/DONNIE-$1,428.08; BORNITZ/CHRIS-$1,519.23; CARDA/BRIAN-$1,523.08; GOBEL/DYLAN-$1,200.54; GROVES/JORDAN-$1,141.88; HARRIS/BENJAMIN-$1,256.08; LEE/MICHAEL-$1,500.54; NABER/TONY-$1,141.88; NIGHBERT/MATTHEW-$1,318.27; FEILMEIER/MICHAEL-$1,593.16; LEE JR/LARRY-$1,318.27; ROBB/MARY-$1,171.69; SCHIEFFER/AMANDA-$1,156.27; STOCKING/GAIL-$1,345.38; DOBY/KEVIN-$1,280.49; GEVENS/JAMES-$1,295.58; JENSEN/DOUGLAS-$1,526.92; WAMPOL/ROCKIE-$2,193.50; KULHAVY/KEVIN-$1,427.12; STEFFEN/MARVIN-$1,669.00. MONTHLY: AKLAND/PAULINE-$408.00; CARDA/DAVID-$408.00; GROSS/CHARLES-$408.00; HOFFNER/JACOB-$408.00; KNOFF/DAVID-$408.00; LOWRIE/PAUL-$408.00; SOMMER/CRAIG-$408.00; WENANDE/NANCY-$561.00; WOERNER/BRADLEY-$408.00. HOURLY: HOFF/STEVEN-$7.25;BERTSCH/AMY-$11.50; OIEN/CAITLYN-$7.25; EBNETER/GENE-$10.00; LILLEVOLD/JOHN-$10.00; SIMPSON/GUY-$12.7449; BATTIN/CATHERINE-$7.6947; BOSCH/TERESA-$8.4429; HAUGER/LAURA-$7.5429; LANNING/GLENDA-$15.7491; OSIKA/LYNN-$7.3950; REIFENRATH/LOREN-$11.4486; VIERGUTZ/HEATHER-$7.3950; GURNEY/TYLER-$7.25; UHING/LYNNETTE-$8.25; AHRENS/JOHN-$7.25; ALBERS/JESSICA-$10.00; AULMAN/VICTOR-$7.25; BECVAR/BRANDAIS-$7.25; BEHRNS/KATIE-$20.00; BEHRNS/TYLER-$20.00; BERGESON/DAWN-$8.50; BERGLUND/KELSEY-$7.50; BISGARD/MAGGIE-$8.00; BOUZA/HOLLY-$7.75; BRENNER/TRAVIS-$9.75; BROOKS/JAMIE-$8.25; BROWN/DENISE-$8.25; BURTON/ARNIE-$20.00; CAMERON/BEN-$7.25; CHRISTENSEN/LINDSAY-$7.25; CIHAK/BRADLEY-$20.00; CIHAK/JOHN-$20.00; COFFMAN/LAURA-$20.00; COWMAN/TODD-$20.00; CRONIN/MACENZIE-$8.00; DAVIS/MOLLY-$8.75; DUNCAN/ALYSSA-$7.75; FEJFAR/BRIAN-$20.00; FENDER/DAVID-$20.00; FORMAN/KARIE-$10.00; GARVEY/CODY-$9.00; GARVEY/LACEY-$10.00; GEARY/CODY-$7.25; GEARY/TANNER-$7.50; GEVENS/GWEN-$9.25; GILL/DANIELLE-$8.50; GURNEY/DOUG-$20.00; GURNEY/LYNNE-$20.00; HAAK/ASHTYN-$7.50; HALBERT/CELINA-$10.00; HEALY/MAGGIE-$8.50; HENRICKSON/MEG-$9.00; HERMAN/MARLA-$10.00; HERMAN/NORM-$20.00; HILSON/MEGAN-$9.75; HORACEK/FRANCIS-$9.00; HUDSON/TYLER-$8.25; HUNHOFF/REID-$7.25; HUTCHISON/TAYLER-$7.25; JACKSON/BROOKE-$10.00; JOHNSON/REBECCA-$12.50; JOHNSON/TYLER-$7.50; JONES/HAROLD-$20.00; KELLEY/KATHRYN-$20.00; KINDLE/TREVOR-$7.75; KINSLEY/CARISSA-$9.00; KINSLEY/ELIZABETH-$8.00; KINSLEY/KIPP-$7.75; KINSLEY/SUSANNA-$7.50; KLIMISCH/ALEXANDRIA-$8.00; KLINE/RICK-$20.00; KNEIFL/ASHLEY-$9.50; KOKESH/DAVE-$20.00; KOLLER/JULIE-$10.00; KONVALIN/BRITTNI-$7.25; LOECKER/MARY-$10.00;LORENZEN/LAVONNE-$10.00; LUCHT/ETHAN-$7.25; LUKEN/HAILEY-$7.25; MABEE/MICHAEL-$8.50; MARQUARDT/JOHN-$20.00; MILLER/DANIEL-$20.00; MOELLER/TRACIE-$10.00; MONDAY/ZECH-$7.25; NELSON/KAILA-$7.25; ODENS/BRIAN-$7.75; ODENS/KELSEY-$7.75; PEDERSEN/ELIZABETH-$7.25; PEREZ/LORENA-$7.50; PETERSON/SHARLOTTE-$10.00; PINKELMAN/LONNIE-$20.00; POLLOCK/PAUL-$9.00; RAMEY/LOGAN-$7.25; RAY/HEATHER-$20.00; RICHARDSON/TARA-$7.25; ROCKNE/VANESSA-$7.25; ROLFS/SHELBY-$7.25; ROTH/CURTIS-$7.25; ROTHENBERGER/TAYLOR-$7.25; ROWELL/ASHLEY-$7.50; SAFFEL/JOSHUA-$7.50; SANTOS/SAMUEL-$8.75; SCHIEFFER/PATTY-$8.50; SCHMIDT/BRE-$7.75; SCHURRER/POWERS-$8.50; SMELKER/KATIE-$20.00; SMITH/KARI-$15.00; SOLIS-LOPEZ/ISAURA-$10.00; SPENCER/ADAM-$7.50; STANLEY/ERICA JO-$10.00; STIBRAL/TWILA-$10.00; STOLL/TYLER-$7.25; STONE/IESLEY-$7.75; STOTTLER/KATHERYN-$7.25; STOTTLER/THADDEYS-$7.50; STOTTLER/THAWNEY-$7.50; SUDBECK/ASHLEY-$7.75; SUING/DONALD-$20.00; TIRREL/BRUCE-$20.00; TRAMP/DENISE-$10.00; TRUE/BRITTA-$7.75; VAN MAANEN/JESSE-$9.75; WALLIS/JOSHUA-$8.75; WALLIS/MAGGIE-$7.25; WATTIER/SONYA-$10.00; WHISLER/MELINDA-$9.75; WILCOX/MICHAEL-$7.75; WILLCUTS/AMBERLEE-$8.00; WOEHL/BRODY-$7.25; STANAGE/SAMUEL-$15.4246; ANDERSON/DEAN-$10.20; GUNDERSON/COREY-$10.20; HARDER-HEINZ/DALLAS-$8.75; IVERSON/JOHN-$8.75; BAILEY/BRUCE-$8.45; BAILEY/PATRICIA-$8.45; GUTHMILLER/JANNIFER-$7.25; HELLAND/ZACH-$8.25; HIGHLAND/EDWIN-$7.50; HUSMAN/MADDIE-$7.50; JOHNSON/KYLER-$8.25; OLSON/KARLA-$7.50; OLSON/RYAN-$7.25; RODIG/JANE-$7.75; SCHURMAN/ANA-$7.50; SIME/BRETT-$8.40; SPECHT/TAYLOR-$7.75; SPECHT/WHITNEY-$7.25; STOLL/MICHAEL-$7.25; SUDBECK/CARMEN-$7.50; SUDBECK/CATHY-$7.25; SUNDLEAF/MASON-$7.25; TERMANSEN/MATTHEW-$7.50; WENDTE/SUSAN-$7.50. City Manager Nelson submitted a written report giving an update on community projects and items of interest. Action 13-03 Moved by Commissioner Carda, seconded by Commissioner Gross, that the following items on the consent agenda be approved. 1. Establishing public hearing for sale of alcoholic beverages Establish January 28, 2013, as the date for the public hearing on the request for a Special Events Retail (on-sale) Malt Beverage and a Special Retail (on-sale) Wine Dealers License for three days, August 16-18, 2013, from Yankton Area Riverboat Days Inc., (Bonnie Pinkelman, treasurer) Riverside Park, Yankton, South Dakota. Establishing public hearing for sale of alcoholic beverages Establish January 28, 2013, as the date for the public hearing on the request for a Special Events Retail (on-sale) Malt Beverage and a Special Retail (on-sale) Wine Dealers License for three days, August 16-18, 2013, from Yankton Area Riverboat Days Inc., (Bonnie Pinkelman, treasurer) City Hall Auditorium, Yankton, South Dakota. Appointment to Meridian Bridge Plaza Committee Consideration of Memorandum 13-14 recommending approval of the Mayor’s Appointment of Dave Mingo, Todd Larson, Dave Knoff, Craig Sommer, Lisa Scheve, Ed Koster, and Greg Kopetsky to the Meridian Bridge Plaza Committee. Roll Call: All members present voting “Aye;” voting “Nay:” None.
Motion adopted.
Action 13-04
This was the time and place for the second reading and public hearing for Ordinance No. 951, THAT
ORDINANCE NO. 943 "APPROPRIATING MONIES FOR DEFRAYING THE NECESSARY
EXPENSES AND LIABILITIES OF THE CITY OF YANKTON, SOUTH DAKOTA, FOR THE
FISCAL YEAR BEGINNING JANUARY 1, 2012, AND ENDING DECEMBER 31, 2012, AND
PROVIDING FOR THE LEVY OF THE ANNUAL TAX FOR ALL FUNDS CREATED BY THE
ORDINANCE WITHIN SAID CITY" BE AMENDED TO WIT. (Memorandum 12-225) No one was
present to speak for or against adoption of the Ordinance. Moved by Commissioner Gross, seconded
by Commissioner Knoff, to adopt Ordinance No. 951.
Roll Call: All members present voting “Aye;” voting “Nay:” None.
Motion adopted.
Action 13-05
Resolution 13-01, a development proposal for Lots D, E, and F, VanDerhule’s Addition to the City of
Yankton, South Dakota, address 500 West City Limits Road was considered. Ross VanDerhule,
property owner, was present and requested that the City Commission support his proposal. Moved by
Commissioner Gross, seconded by Commissioner Knoff, to adopt Resolution 13-01. (Memorandum
13-07)
RESOLUTION 13-01
WHEREAS, the owner of Lots D, E, and F, VanDerhule’s Addition to the City of Yankton, South Dakota, has requested a permit to develop the property with a single family residence and associated private improvements, and WHEREAS, a permit to allow such development could not be issued by the City because the required adjacent public infrastructure improvements have not been completed, and WHEREAS, the owner is aware of said public improvement requirements and is asking the City to allow the development of said property prior to their completion, and WHEREAS, as a part of the request for development prior to the completion of infrastructure improvements the owner has agreed that the owner is liable for the costs of their fair share of the future improvements and agrees not to protest assessment for the improvements at such time the City Commission so directs their installation. NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of City Commissioners of the City of Yankton, South Dakota, that the subdivision requirements be delayed for the owner, his/her heirs,
successors and assigns of Lots D, E, and F, VanDerhule’s Addition to the City of Yankton, South
Dakota, thereby allowing the development of said property in the manner described herein. Said
action is based on the owner’s waiver of the right to protest assessment, including district assessment,
for future improvements at such time the City Commission directs their installation.
Roll Call: All members present voting “Aye;” voting “Nay:” None.
Motion adopted.
Information on opportunities for Commissioners to attend the following upcoming events was
provided: Yankton Day at the Legislature, Pierre, South Dakota, February 4, 2013; Municipal Day at
the Legislature, Pierre, South Dakota, February 6, 2013; Vegas Shoot/Archery Indoor, Las Vegas,
Nevada, February 8-10, 2013; Washington, D.C., April 10-13, 2013; RECON (Retail Real Estate
Convention), Las Vegas, Nevada, May 19-22, 2013; SD Municipal League Conference, Aberdeen,
South Dakota, October 8-11, 2013, National League of Cities Annual Conference, Seattle,
Washington, November 13-16, 2013. (Memorandum 13-06) The consensus was to continue efforts
by Commissioners to attend various functions that support the local economy and our municipality.
Action 13-06
Moved by Commissioner Knoff, seconded by Commissioner Carda, to approve the purchase of a new
2013 Ford F450 one-ton 4x4 crew cab chassis for the Public Services Department, Street Division,
under the state bid pricing for a cost of $37,478.84 from Lewis and Clark Ford, Yankton, South
Dakota. (Memorandum 13-01)
Roll Call: All members present voting “Aye;” voting “Nay:” None.
Motion adopted.
Action 13-08
Moved by Commissioner Sommer, seconded by Commissioner Gross, to approve the purchase of a
new 2013 Ford F250 4X4 extended cab pickup for the Public Services Department, Street Division,
under the state bid pricing for a cost of $26,781.00 from Lewis and Clark Ford, Yankton, South
Dakota. (Memorandum 13-02)
Roll Call: All members present voting “Aye;” voting “Nay:” None.
Motion adopted.
Action 13-08
Moved by Commissioner Knoff, seconded by Commissioner Gross, to retain Kadrmas, Lee, &
Jackson, Inc. (KLJ), Bismarck, North Dakota, as the consulting engineer for 2013 airport projects at
Chan Gurney Airport. (Memorandum 13-03)
Roll Call: All members present voting “Aye;” voting “Nay:” None.
Motion adopted.
Action 13-09
Moved by Commissioner Knoff, seconded by Commissioner Sommer, to approve the Economic
Development Administration Financial Assistance Award and Technical Assistance Agreement
between Planning and Development District III and the City of Yankton pertaining to the proposed
replacement of the East Highway 50 Lift Station and the replacement of the Outfall Piping System
from the Wastewater Treatment Plant to the Missouri River and to authorize the City Manager to sign
and execute the associated documents. (Memorandum 13-11)
Roll Call: All members present voting “Aye;” voting “Nay:” None.
Motion adopted.
Action 13-10
Moved by Commissioner Knoff, seconded by Commissioner Sommer, to approve the “Multiple
Listing Service Change Form” extending the Multiple Listing Service Agreements for the sale of City
Owned Commercial and Industrial Property with Anderson Realty, LLC, America’s Best Real Estate,
Century 21 Professional Real Estate, Lewis & Clark Realty, Shore to Shore Realty, and Vision Real
Estate for a period of one year from January 14, 2013, to January 14, 2014. (Memorandum 13-08)
Roll Call: All members present voting “Aye;” voting “Nay:” None.
Motion adopted.
Action 13-11
This was the time and place for the Public Hearing to consider proceeding forward with the
establishment of Yankton Business Improvement District 1. No one was present to speak for or
against the proposed Yankton Business Improvement District 1. Moved by Commissioner Knoff,
seconded by Commissioner Carda, to approve Memorandum 13-09 recommending proceeding with the
process to establish Yankton Improvement Business District 1.
Roll Call: All members present voting “Aye;” voting “Nay:” None.
Motion adopted.
Action 13-12
Commissioner Gross introduced and Mayor Wenande read the title of Ordinance No. 953, AN
ORDINANCE ENACTING APPENDIX B OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF
YANKTON and set January 28, 2013, as the date for the second reading and public hearing for said
ordinance. (Memorandum 13-10)
Action 13-13
The proposed amendment revising the Joint Powers Agreement, dated November 14, 2012, was
considered. Joint Powers Solid Waste Director Bob Iverson was present to answer questions. Moved
by Commissioner Knoff, seconded by Commissioner Carda, to approve the Joint Powers Integrated
Solid Waste Management Revised Agreement dated November 14, 2012.
Roll Call: All members present voting “Aye;” voting “Nay:” None.
Motion adopted.
The draft technical memorandum of the Joint Powers Recycling Options Assessment completed by
HDR Engineering was reviewed. (Memorandum 13-12) Joint Powers Solid Waste Director Bob
Iverson was present to answer questions. Shawn Fielmeier, a representative from Millenium
Recyclers, was present to encourage single stream recycling. Vicki Haddock from Art’s Garbage
Service was also present to encourage single stream recycling and to recommend that the recycling
collection and processing be privatized. The consensus was to encourage city representatives to
support single stream recycling at the Joint Powers meeting.
Action 13-14
Moved by Commissioner Gross, seconded by Commissioner Sommer, to authorize the Mayor to
execute the Letting Authorization, Utility Certification, and Right-of-Way Certification for the 2013
STIP Projects as outlined in Memorandum 13-13.
Roll Call: All members present voting “Aye;” voting “Nay:” None.
Motion adopted.
Action 13-15
Moved by Commissioner Gross, seconded by Commissioner Sommer, to adjourn into Executive
Session at 8:33 p.m. to discuss contractual matters under SDCL 1-25-2.
Roll Call: All members present voting “Aye;” voting “Nay:” None.
Motion adopted.
Regular meeting of the Board of City Commissioners of the City of Yankton was reconvened by
Mayor Wenande.
Roll Call: Present: Commissioners Carda, Gross, Hoffner, Knoff, and Sommer. City Attorney
Hosmer and City Manager Nelson were also present. Absent: Commissioners Akland, Lowrie, and
Woerner. Quorum present.
Action 13-16
Moved by Commissioner Sommer, seconded by Commissioner Carda, to adjourn at 9:10 p.m.
Roll Call: All members present voting “Aye;” voting “Nay:” None.
Motion adopted.

Source: http://www.cityofyankton.org/administration/commission/minutes/2013/2013_01_14cm.pdf

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