Council Special Session
May 6, 2013
Monday 12:00 noon
The special session of the City Council, City of Vermillion, South Dakota was held on Monday, May 6, 2013 at 12:00 noon in the City Hall large conference room.
1. Roll Call
Present: Collier-Wise, Davies, Grayson, Meins, Osborne, Ward, Willson, Zimmerman, Mayor Powell
2. Informational Session - Discussion of recycling option recommended by the Joint Powers Board
John Prescott, City Manager, reported that last fall the Joint Powers Board requested that HDR review options of single stream recycling for the two cities. John stated that HDR provided four options to the Joint Powers Board who requested that staff provide pro's and con's on options 2 and 3. This information was presented to the Joint Powers Board in March at which time the Joint Powers Board requested that the respective cities provide some direction as the recycling collection is outside of the Joint Powers operations.
Bob Iverson, Solid Waste Director, stated that before he began with the recycling options he wanted to remind the Council of the projects planned for the landfill for the leachate system and construction of cell 5. These projects have an estimated cost of $2.3 million to be funded by a $1.6 million SRF loan, a $522,000 solid waste grant and $200,000 of Joint Powers Reserves. The debt service on this loan is estimated to require an increase in landfill rates of $2.50 per ton over the next two years. Also, the replacement of the building and baler destroyed in the fire at the landfill are scheduled for this summer. Insurance is expected to cover most of these costs but there will be some items outside the insurance.
Bob reported that the information prepared was a joint effort between Yankton and Vermillion staff. The report reviewed the Option 2 and 3 single stream proposals from HDR explaining the assumptions used in each option, the pros and cons of each and estimated annual cost of each. The options were projected to increase annual recycling costs by $105,655 for option 2 and $317,945 for option 3, which would equate to a monthly curbside customer increase in each city of $1.41 for option 2 and $4.24 for option 3. Bob reported that staff's recommendation is that if the communities want single stream to pursue option 2. He noted that the option had the lowest cost increase but also cautioned that if the increased collection volumes are not achieved the lost revenue would increase the cost of option 2. He reported that the timing might not be the best for a curbside collection increase along with landfill rate increase. As to pursuing grants for the capital portion of the project, it was noted that the Solid Waste Program has limited grant amounts remaining the rest of this year but is expected to have a larger pool at the beginning of next year. Bob answered questions of the City Council on the two options. Discussion followed on the options and the projected costs of each option. The consensus of the City Council was that it supported option 2 but would continue with the current recycling programs until the landfill capital improvements have been completed and to coordinate any recycling program changes with the City of Yankton through the Joint Powers Board.
3. Informational Session - Discussion of School Resource Officer Grant Opportunity - Matt Betzen
Matt Betzen, Police Chief, stated that in planning for the 2014 budget he was proposing the addition of a police officer that would also serve as a school resource officer. Matt stated that following the events in Newtown, CT last fall the Department has done a self-evaluation process to determine how prepared they would be for such an event. One of the factors identified was the addition of a dedicated school resource officer. This was planned to be something for discussion during the budget sessions but the Department of Justice has opened up a grant funding cycle to support the hiring of school resource officer positions that runs from April 22 to May 22, 2013. The grant would be for three years and cover 75% of the school resource officer wages and benefits. Matt noted that the Sheriff's office has a school resource officer that is at the high school and he would propose an officer to work with the existing school resource officer but be assigned to the middle and elementary schools. Matt reported that the school superintendent is in support of the position. Matt reviewed the projected three year costs and what the grant would fund and asked the City Council if they would authorize the grant application. Discussion followed with Matt answering questions of the City Council on the program. The consensus of the City Council was to authorize the Chief of Police to proceed with the grant application to fund 75% of the school resource officer position for the first three years.
Alderman Collier-Wise requested to leave at 1:00 p.m.
4. Briefing on the May 6, 2013 City Council Regular Meeting Agenda
Council reviewed items on the agenda with City staff. No action was taken.
Alderman Osborne moved to adjourn the Council special session at 1:09 p.m. Alderman Meins seconded the motion. Motion carried 8 to 0. Mayor Powell declared the motion adopted.
Dated at Vermillion, South Dakota this May 6th day of, 2013.
THE GOVERNING BODY OF THE CITY OF VERMILLION, SOUTH DAKOTA
John E (Jack) Powell, Mayor
Michael D. Carlson, Finance Officer
City Council Regular Session
May 6, 2013
Monday 7:00 p.m.
The regular session of the City Council, City of Vermillion, South Dakota was called to order on May 6, 2013 at 7:00 p.m. by Mayor Powell.
1. Roll Call
Present: Collier-Wise, Davies, Grayson, Meins, Osborne, Ward, Willson, Zimmerman, Mayor Powell, Student Representative Norberg
2. Pledge of Allegiance
A. April 15, 2013 Special Session; April 15, 2013 Regular Session
Alderman Zimmerman moved approval of the April 15, 2013 special session minutes and the April 15, 2013 regular session minutes. Alderman Grayson seconded the motion. Motion carried 9 to 0. Mayor Powell declared the motion adopted.
4. Adoption of Agenda
Alderman Willson moved approval of the agenda. Alderman Zimmerman seconded the motion. Motion carried 9 to 0. Mayor Powell declared the motion adopted.
5. Visitors to be Heard
A. Emergency Medical Service Week proclamation
Alderman Meins read the proclamation recognizing the week of May 19-25 as “Emergency Medical Services Week” in Vermillion. Nicole Gulley, representing Vermillion/Clay County Emergency Medical Services, accepted the proclamation from Mayor Powell.
Mayor Powell reported that a change was made to the standing Council committee assignments with Alderman Willson moving from Policy and Procedure to Labor and Finance and Alderman Zimmerman moving from Labor and Finance to Policy and Procedure.
Alex Vanovershelde, with the 730th Area Support Medical Company of the South Dakota Army National Guard, reported that the unit is planning the Coyote 5K for June 13th as part of the wrap up of their annual training. Alex provided a flyer for the event along with a map of the route. He noted that he has been working with the Police Department on the route.
6. Public Hearings
A. Special permit to exceed permissible sound levels by no more than 50% for Thursdays on the Platz in Ratingen Platz (corner of W. Main and Market Street) on July 11, July 25, August 8, August 22 and September 5, 2013
Mike Carlson, Finance Officer, reported that an application was received for a special permit to exceed permissible sound levels by no more than 50% for the Thursdays on the Platz events scheduled for July 11, July 25, August 8, August 22 and September 5, 2013 from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. on the Ratingen Platz at the corner of Market and Main Streets. The notice of hearing and application are included in the packet. Discussion followed.
Alderman Grayson moved approval of the special permit to exceed permissible sound levels by no more than 50% for the Thursdays on the Platz events on July 11, July 25, August 8, August 22 and September 5, 2013 from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at Ratingen Platz (corner of Market and Main Streets). Alderman Willson seconded the motion. Motion carried 9 to 0. Mayor Powell declared the motion adopted.
B. Special daily malt beverage and wine license for the Vermillion Area Chamber of Commerce on or about July 11, July 25, August 8, August 22 and September 5, 2013 at Ratingen Platz on the corner of Market and Main Street and the abutting portion of Market Street
Mike Carlson, Finance Officer, reported that an application for a special daily malt beverage and wine license was received from the Vermillion Area Chamber and Development Company for the Thursdays on the Platz events on or about July 11, July 25, August 8, August 22 and September 5, 2013. The VCDC has provided the City with a certificate of insurance and the release and indemnification for the events. Mike noted the events will be similar to previous years. The location is on the Ratingen Platz and the abutting portion of Market Street and, if approved, should include the use of the Ratingen Platz. The street closing is later on the agenda.
Alderman Ward moved approval of the special daily malt beverage and wine license for the Vermillion Area Chamber of Commerce and Development Company on or about July 11, July 25, August 8, August 22 and September 5, 2013 on Ratingen Platz and adjoining portion of Market Street between 6:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. including the use of the Ratingen Platz for the events. Alderman Meins seconded the motion. Motion carried 9 to 0. Mayor Powell declared the motion adopted.
7. Old Business
A. Second Reading of Ordinance 1299 - Rezone Lot 3, Block 7, Erickson Addition to the City of Vermillion, Clay County, South Dakota from GI General Industrial District to GB General Business District (property located approximately 310 feet west of the southwest corner of Princeton Street and Bower Street)
Andy Colvin, Assistant to the City Manager, reported that this is second reading of the ordinance to rezone Lot 3, Block 7, Erickson Addition from General Industrial District to the General Business District. This is for the Vermillion Chamber and Development Company property where they will be construction a building to house Eagle Creek Software. Andy noted that the lot is just west of the Princeton and Bower Street intersection.
Mayor Powell read the title to the above named Ordinance, and Alderman Grayson moved adoption of the following:
BE IT RESOLVED that the minutes of this meeting shall show that the title to the proposed Ordinance No. 1299 entitled An Ordinance to Rezone Lot 3, Block 7, Erickson Addition to the City of Vermillion, Clay County, South Dakota from GI General Industrial District to GB General Business District was first read and the Ordinance considered substantially in its present form and content at a regularly called meeting of the Governing Body on the 15th day of April, 2013 and that the title was again read at this meeting, being a regularly called meeting of the Governing Body on this 6th day of May, 2013 at the City Hall Council Chambers in the manner prescribed by SDCL 9-19-7 as amended.
BE IT RESOLVED and ordained that said Ordinance be adopted to read as follows:
ORDINANCE NO. 1299
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING TITLE 15 CHAPTER 155 SECTION 155.026, OFFICIAL ZONING MAP FOR THE CITY OF VERMILLION, SOUTH DAKOTA, BY REZONING CERTAIN REAL PROPERTY FROM THE GI GENERAL INDUSTRIAL DISTRICT TO THE GB GENERAL BUSINESS DISTRICT.
BE IT ORDAINED, BY THE GOVERNING BODY OF VERMILLION, SOUTH DAKOTA:
That Section 155.026 is hereby amended as follows:
That the following parcel is hereby rezoned from the GI General Industrial District to the GB General Business District and the official zoning map referred to in Section 155.026 of the 2008 Revised Ordinances of the City of Vermillion is amended to include such land in the GB General Business District:
Lot 3 of Block 7, Erickson Addition to the City of Vermillion Clay County, South Dakota
Dated at Vermillion, South Dakota this 6th day of May, 2013
THE GOVERNING BODY OF THE CITY OF VERMILLION, SOUTH DAKOTA
John E (Jack) Powell, Mayor
Michael D. Carlson, Finance Officer
Adoption of the Ordinance was seconded by Alderman Zimmerman.Thereafter, the question of the adoption of the Ordinance was put to a roll call vote of the Governing Body, and the members voted as follows: Collier-Wise-Y, Davies-Y, Grayson-Y, Meins-Y, Osborne-Y, Ward-Y, Willson-Y, Zimmerman-Y, Mayor Powell-Y.
Motion carried 9 to 0. Mayor Powell declared that the Ordinance has been adopted and directed publication thereof as required by law.
8. New Business
A. Request to close Market Street on July 11, July 25, August 8, August 22 and September 5, 2013 from W. Main Street south for one-half block for Thursdays on the Platz
John Prescott, City Manager, reported that this is the last item for Thursdays on the Platz events to close Market Street on the five days of the events from 5:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. The request is to close Market Street from Main Street south one-half block to the alley, as it has been done in prior years for this event.
Alderman Grayson moved approval of the closing of Market Street from Main Street south one-half block to the alley on July 11, July 25, August 8, August 22 and September 5, 2013 from 5:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. for the Thursdays on the Platz events. Alderman Willson seconded the motion. Motion carried 9 to 0. Mayor Powell declared the motion adopted.
B. Request to close Main Street from market Street to Center Street, including portions of Prospect and Market Street, on June 1, 2013 for “Discovery Days”
Andy Colvin, Assistant to the City Manager, reported that a street closing application was received from the Downtown Action Team requesting to close Main Street from the Center/Court Street intersection to just past the Ratingen Platz to include a half block south of Main on Market and Prospect north to the CorTrust drive- thru on June 1st from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. for Discovery Days. Andy noted that Police, Fire and EMS were contacted and expressed no concerns. Bekki Engquist-Schroeder and Emily Sudbeck, representing the Downtown Action Team, reported on activities planned for the downtown event noting that it coincides with the WH Over Museum Rhubarb Days and the dedication of the Library building so there should be a lot of activity in the community that day.
Alderman Willson moved approval of the closing of Main Street from the Center/Court Street intersection to just past the Ratingen Platz including Market from Main Street south to the alley and Prospect Street north to the CorTrust drive-thru on June 1st from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. for the Downtown Action Team's “Discovery Days”. Alderman Ward seconded the motion. Motion carried 9 to 0. Mayor Powell declared the motion adopted.
C. Request to name the Library community room the “Roger Kozak Community Room sponsored by the Vermillion Rotary Club”
John Prescott, City Manager, reported that the library reopened in April following the construction of the addition and renovation project. The naming request is being made in partnership with the Vermillion Rotary Club, the Library Foundation and the Library Board to recognize Roger's involvement with Rotary along with his fundraising efforts as one of the chairs for the library furnishing fundraising. John noted that the discussion about placing different names on portions of the Library was prior to the City Council adopting a naming policy. John stated that Mr. Kozak did not request the naming. The request is to name the library community room the “Roger Kozak Community Room sponsored by the Vermillion Rotary Club”. John noted that Shirley Huber, representing the Library Foundation, and Jim Peterson, representing the Vermillion Rotary Club, were present to answer questions on the request. Jim Peterson stated that the Vermillion Rotary Club wanted to honor and recognize Roger Kozak for all that he has done for the Rotary organization. Shirley Huber stated that Roger and Jerry Johnson served on the fundraising committee that raised the funds to furnish the library, noting that it would be an honor to have his name on the community room.
Alderman Osborne moved approval of naming the Library community room the “Roger Kozak Community Room sponsored by the Vermillion Rotary Club”. Alderman Grayson seconded the motion. Motion carried 9 to 0. Mayor Powell declared the motion adopted.
D. First Reading of Ordinance No. 1300 - Amending Chapter 34 Urban and Rural Service Districts Appendix A to remove platted property from the rural service district
Mike Carlson, Finance Officer, reported that by ordinance the City created rural and urban service districts in 1996. The Rural District consists of lands listed in appendix A that are rural in character, are used or usable for agriculture and are not developed. There was a four acre lot recently platted east of Madison Street that needs to be removed from the Rural Service District. Mike noted that in reviewing appendix A with the Director of Equalization there is property included in the legal that needs to be removed to agree with the county. A map of the properties included in Appendix A is included in the packet. For taxing purposes, only the four acre lot just platted on Madison will be moved to the urban district. Discussion followed.
Mayor Powell read the title to the above mentioned Ordinance and Alderman Zimmerman moved adoption of the following Resolution:
BE IT RESOLVED that the minutes of this meeting shall show that the title to proposed Ordinance No. 1300 entitled An Ordinance Amending Chapter 34 Urban and Rural Service Districts Appendix A to remove platted property from the rural service district, of the City of Vermillion, South Dakota has been read and the Ordinance has been considered for the first time in its present form and content at this meeting being a regularly called meeting of the Governing Body of the City on this 6th day of May, 2013 at the Council Chambers in City Hall in the manner prescribed by SDCL 9-19-7 as amended.
The motion was seconded by Alderman Meins. After discussion, the question of adoption of the Resolution was put to a vote of the Governing Body and 9 members voted in favor of and 0 members voted in opposition to the motion. Mayor Powell declared the motion adopted.
E. Declaration of surplus wheel loader
Jason Anderson, Assistant City Engineer, reported that the 2007 Caterpillar Model 906 wheel loader was replaced in 2012 but, due to the landfill fire, the machine was kept until replacement equipment was received. To sell the loader, the City Council will need to declare the loader surplus and authorize the appraisal by the Surplus Property Appraisal Committee to be sold by sealed bids. Discussion followed.
Alderman Ward moved approval of declaring the 2007 Caterpillar Model 906 wheel loader as surplus and authorizing the appraisal by the Surplus Property Appraisal Committee to be sold by sealed bids. Alderman Willson seconded the motion. Motion carried 9 to 0. Mayor Powell declared the motion adopted.
9. Bid Openings
A. Fuel quotes
Mike Carlson, Finance Officer, read the monthly fuel quotes and recommended the low quote of Stern Oil on all four items.
4,350 gal unleaded 10% ethanol: Stern Oil $3.3536, Brunick's Service $3.36; 1,000 gal unleaded: Stern Oil $3.3874, Brunick's Service $3.41; 3,000 gal No. 2 diesel-dyed: Stern Oil $3.2124, Brunick's Service $3.26; 1,000 gal No. 2 diesel-clear: Stern Oil $3.4690, Brunick's Service $3.50
Alderman Zimmerman moved approval of the low quote of Stern Oil on all four items. Alderman Willson seconded the motion. Motion carried 9 to 0. Mayor Powell declared the motion adopted.
10. City Manager's Report
A. John reported that the City surplus and abandon property auction is Friday, May 10th at the Municipal Service Center located at 115 W. Duke Street starting at 5:30 p.m.
B. John reported that the library dedication is June 1st at 2:00 p.m.
C. John reported that the City Council will be making two appointments to the Library Board at the June 17th meeting and asked that interested individuals complete the Expression of Interest form available at City Hall or the City website.
D. John reported that the City Update will be in the May 7th Equalizer.
E. John reported that the Parks and Recreation Summer signup is Wednesday, May 8th from 3:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. at the National Guard Armory.
F. John reported that the City received notification that the Water Department has received the DENR Secretary's Award for Drinking Water Excellence. John noted that this is the twelfth consecutive year the Water Department has received the award.
PAYROLL ADDITIONS AND CHANGES
Finance: Mari Mehlbrech $14.97/hr; Street: Josh Timmerman $8.50/hr; Recreation: Tyler Trageser $9.75/hr; Parks: Marcus Becks $7.50/hr, Anthony Dumke $7.50/hr, Adam Mikelson $7.50/hr; Mosquito Control: Tyler Peterson $9.50/hr; Golf Clubhouse: Erik Ustad $8.00/hr; Golf Maintenance: Michael Butler $7.25/hr, Brittlyn Dillow $7.25/hr, Brian Steele $7.50/hr; Light: Michael Meinert $9.00/hr; Water: Joey Mueller $9.00/hr; Water Distribution: Tyler Zimmerman $15.47/hr; Landfill: Barry Braaten $16.35/hr, Tim Taggart $16.35/hr
11. Invoices Payable
Alderman Davies moved approval of the following bills:
ACCENT ENVIROBALE LANDFILL BALER BAGS 73,850.00
AGATI, INC LIBRARY FURNISHINGS 14,387.00
AHEAD, INC MERCHANDISE 1,862.74
ALLEGIANT EMERGENCY SERVICE REPAIRS 228.37
ALSEN AMERICAN LEGION FLAGS 40.00
AMERICAN LEGAL PUBLISHING ORDINANCE PAGES 463.32
ANGELA JACKSON WATER HEATER/WIRING REBATE 365.00
APPEARA SUPPLIES 139.65
ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICES UNIFORM CLEANING 247.81
ARGUS LEADER MEDIA #1085 SUBSCRIPTION 48.00
AUDIO GO BOOKS 120.00
AUSTIN ANDERSON MEALS REIMBURSEMENT 42.00
AVERA QUEEN OF PEACE HEALTH TESTING 139.80
BAKER & TAYLOR BOOKS BOOKS 954.59
BANNER ASSOCIATES, INC PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 2,448.00
BARBARA J. IACINO REFUND DUPLICATE PAYMENT 175.28
BARNES DISTRIBUTION SUPPLIES 551.05
BEST WESTERN RAMKOTA INN LODGING - WATERTOWN 165.98
BEST WESTERN RAMKOTA INN LODGING - ABERDEEN 231.00
BIERSCHBACH EQPT & SUPPLY SUPPLIES 46.23
BORDER STATES ELEC SUPPLY PARTS 510.45
BOUND TREE MEDICAL, LLC SUPPLIES 405.81
BROADCASTER PRESS ADVERTISING 77.00
BROOKINGS PUBLIC LIBRARY BOOK REPLACEMENT COST 20.00
BRUNICK FURNITURE & FLOORING LIBRARY FURNISHINGS 5,900.00
BRUNICKS SERVICE INC FUEL 5,449.29
BSN SPORTS INC SUPPLIES 429.05
BULLBERRY SYSTEMS, INC SOFTWARE MAINTENANCE 1,950.00
BUTLER MACHINERY CO. PARTS 2,924.34
CALLAWAY GOLF MERCHANDISE 419.38
CAMPBELL SUPPLY SUPPLIES 2,525.65
CANNON TECHNOLOGIES, INC SOFTWARE SUPPORT 900.00
CASK & CORK MERCHANDISE 1,238.92
CENTURY BUSINESS LEASING COPIER CONTRACT 138.25
CENTURY BUSINESS PRODUCTS COPIES 132.21
CENTURYLINK TELEPHONE 737.86
CHAD CHRISTOPHERSON MEALS REIMBURSEMENT 42.00
CHEMCO, INC SUPPLIES 672.23
CHESTERMAN CO SUPPLIES 492.80
CITY OF VERMILLION COPIES/POSTAGE 1,389.28
CITY OF VERMILLION UTILITY BILLS 34,103.22
CLAY COUNTY EMS ASSOCIATION CPR CLASS 170.00
CLAY RURAL WATER SYSTEM WATER USAGE 37.10
COFFEE KING, INC SUPPLIES 57.75
COLONIAL LIFE ACC INS. INSURANCE 2,856.72
CUMMINS CENTRAL POWER, LLC TRANSFER SWITCHES 12,250.86
CUSTOM UPHOLSTERY BY DIANNE LIBRARY FURNISHINGS 1,390.00
CUSTOMINK.COM T-SHIRTS 216.96
D-P TOOLS SUPPLIES 509.55
DAKOTA BEVERAGE MERCHANDISE 9,872.40
DAKOTA PC WAREHOUSE COMPUTER/MONITOR/REPAIRS 1,108.86
DANKO EMERGENCY EQUIPMENT SUPPLIES 1,365.11
DAVIS PHARMACY SUPPLIES 84.00
DELTA DENTAL PLAN INSURANCE 5,890.96
DEMCO SUPPLIES 293.19
DENNIS MARTENS MAINTENANCE 833.34
DEPT OF REVENUE TESTING 182.00
DGR ENGINEERING PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 6,469.62
DUST TEX SUPPLIES 58.29
E.A SWEEN COMPANY SUPPLIES 168.96
EARTHGRAINS BAKING CO'S INC SUPPLIES 103.32
EBERLE DESIGN INC SUPPLIES 178.00
ECHO ELECTRIC SUPPLY SUPPLIES 693.75
ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING REPAIRS 373.95
ELLIOTT EQUIPMENT CO SUPPLIES 154.30
ENERGY LABORATORIES TESTING 1,220.00
FARMER BROTHERS CO. SUPPLIES 81.34
FARONICS TECHNOLOGIES USA MAINTENANCE 810.00
FASTENAL COMPANY SUPPLIES 349.49
FEDEX. SHIPPING 11.47
FLAGS UNLIMITED FLAGS 183.84
FOUR WINDS INTERACTIVE SOFTWARE CHANNEL THREE 2,400.00
GALE BOOKS 20.79
GAYLORD BROS INC PARTS 933.34
GEAR FOR SPORTS MERCHANDISE 4,703.58
GERSTNER OIL CO AVIATION FUEL 21,967.44
GIS WORKSHOP MAINTENANCE CONTRACT 325.00
GRAINGER PARTS 84.00
GRAYMONT CAPITAL INC CHEMICALS 3,754.10
GREGG PETERS FREIGHT 2,021.50
GREGG PETERS RENT 937.50
HACH CO PARTS 3,227.80
HARTINGTON TREE LLC TREE TRIMMING & REMOVAL 4,450.00
HD SUPPLY WATERWORKS SUPPLIES 4,946.62
HDR ENGINEERING, INC PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 43,377.21
HERREN-SCHEMPP BUILDING SUPPLIES 5.46
HEWLETT-PACKARD COMPANY LIBRARY FURNISHINGS 4,191.00
HILLYARD FLOOR CARE SUPPLY SUPPLIES 167.28
HOUSE OF WHITE BIRCHES BOOKS 25.91
HY VEE FOOD STORE SUPPLIES 122.09
INDEPENDENCE WASTE PORT TOILET RENT/WASTE HAULING 1,389.70
INGRAM BOOKS 304.75
INTERSTATE ALL BATTERY CENTER BATTERIES 736.70
IOWA LEAGUE OF CITIES ADVERTISING 65.00
JACKS UNIFORM & EQPT UNIFORMS 507.10
JOHN A CONKLING DIST. MERCHANDISE 6,150.89
JOHNSON BROTHERS FAMOUS BRANDS MERCHANDISE 33,059.61
JOHNSON CONTROLS REPAIRS 3,292.20
JONATHAN WARNER MEALS REIMBURSEMENT 105.00
JONES FOOD CENTER SUPPLIES 580.67
JONES LIBRARY SALES, INC LIBRARY FURNISHINGS 635.25
KALINS INDOOR COMFORT REPAIRS 518.50
KARSTEN MFG CORP MERCHANDISE 2,117.68
KIRBY BUILT QUALITY PRODUCTS MEMORIAL BENCH 777.79
KLEMMENSEN COMMERCIAL DOOR REPAIRS 350.00
KNOLOGY E911 CIRCUIT 1,415.45
KYLE PAULSON SAFETY BOOTS REIMBURSEMENT 100.00
LAWSON PRODUCTS INC SUPPLIES 31.16
LEGGETTE, BRASHEARS & GRAHAM PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 5,171.40
LESSMAN ELEC. SUPPLY CO SUPPLIES 1,150.02
LINCOLN MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE 452.31
LOGO GOLF CHIPS, INC MERCHANDISE 193.00
LONGS PROPANE INC REPAIRS/PROPANE 513.00
LYLE SIGNS SUPPLIES 723.41
MAGUIRE IRON, INC WATER TOWER CONTRACT 24,750.00
MAINLAND ENGRAVING LLC MEDALS 51.75
MALLOY ELECTRIC REPAIRS/PARTS 4,898.64
MARINE RESCUE PRODUCTS INC WHISTLES/LANYARDS 91.55
MART AUTO BODY TOWING 375.00
MART BROTHERS CONSTRUCTION GUTTERS AND DOWN SPOUTS 1,249.38
MATHESON TRI-GAS, INC OXYGEN 135.24
MATT TAGGART CONSTRUCTION HAUL SNOW 326.40
MATTHEW BENDER & CO, INC BOOKS 36.49
MCCULLOCH LAW OFFICE PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 632.00
MEAD LUMBER SUPPLIES 287.47
MEDICAL WASTE TRANSPORT, INC HAUL MEDICAL WASTE 83.71
MERRICK INDUSTRIES SUPPLIES 538.88
METRO FIRE GAS DETECTOR 339.24
MID-AMER RESEARCH CHEMICAL SUPPLIES 94.58
MIDWEST ALARM CO ALARM MONITORING 126.00
MIDWEST BUILDING MAINTENANCE MAT SVC 265.80
MIDWEST TURF & IRRIGATION PARTS 1,085.31
MIKE WENSEL BOOTS/MEALS/LICENSE REIMBURSE 264.00
MINN MUNICIPAL UTILITY ASSOC 2ND QTR 2013 SAFETY MGMT 5,539.14
MISSOURI RIVER ENERGY SERVICE REGISTRATION FEE 100.00
MISSOURI VALLEY MAINTENANCE REPAIRS 197.25
MONTY MUNKVOLD MEALS REIMBURSEMENT 42.00
NATIONAL MUSIC MUSEUM CONTRIBUTION 15,000.00
NCL OF WISCONSIN, INC SUPPLIES 185.26
NEBRASKA JOURNAL-LEADER ADVERTISING 34.92
NETSYS+ PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 272.50
NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE 94.02
NORTH CENTRAL RENT & LEASING EQUIPMENT RENTAL 1,770.00
NORTHLAND SUPPLIES 104.00
OVERHEAD DOOR OF SIOUX CITY REPAIRS 196.00
OVERHEAD DOOR OF YANKTON RECEIVER/REMOTE 277.00
PCC, INC MARCH COMMISSION 3,526.79
PNC EQUIPMENT FINANCE DEFIBRILLATOR LEASE 741.27
POLLMAN EXCAVATION CRUSHED CONCRETE 3,081.88
PRAIRIE BERRY WINERY MERCHANDISE 920.00
PRESSING MATTERS SUPPLIES 24.00
PRESTO-X-COMPANY INSPECTION/TREATMENT 47.63
PRINT SOURCE SUPPLIES 110.00
PUMP N PAK FUEL 2,507.57
QUALITY TELECOMMUNICATION TELEPHONES 2,180.92
QUEEN CITY WHOLESALE MERCHANDISE 618.94
QUILL SUPPLIES 1,126.77
RACOM CORPORATION MAINTENANCE CONTRACT 386.75
RANDOM HOUSE, INC BOOKS 225.00
RANDY VOSS PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 696.99
RASMUSSEN MOTORS, INC PART S 40.22
RECORDED BOOKS, INC BOOKS 378.15
REGENT BOOK CO. BOOKS 14.82
REINHART FOODSERVICE, LLC SUPPLIES 1,248.10
REPUBLIC NATIONAL DISTRIB MERCHANDISE 17,871.56
RESCO TRANSFORMERS 67,492.48
RIVERSIDE HYDRAULICS & LAB PARTS 86.10
ROYAL CAR WASH CAR WASH CARDS 50.00
RUSTY JENSEN REIMBURSEMENT-TABLES/BATTERIES 380.79
SD DEPT OF HEALTH TATTOO INSPECTION 150.00
SD DEPT OF TRANSPORTATION TRANSPORTATION STUDY CITY SHARE 22,280.89
SD LOTTERY VIDEO LOTTERY LICENSE RENEWAL 100.00
SD ONE CALL ONE CALL LOCATES 94.50
SD REDBOOK FUND TRAINING BOOKS 586.50
SD RETIREMENT SYSTEM CONTRIBUTIONS 47,956.67
SDGCSA MEMBERSHIP DUES 80.00
SERVALL TOWEL & LINEN SUPPLIES 16.80
SOOLAND BOBCAT PARTS 19.32
SPRINT CELL PHONE 99.99
STANLEY SECURITY SOLUTIONS SUPPLIES 217.44
STEWART OIL-TIRE CO REPAIRS 20.00
STUART C. IRBY CO. SUPPLIES 46,090.90
STURDEVANTS AUTO PARTS PARTS 1,237.47
TABATHA DICKEY REFUND FEES 40.60
TAYLOR MADE MERCHANDISE 1,565.44
THATCHER COMPANY SODA ASH 13,675.20
THE EQUALIZER ADVERTISING 350.35
THE NEW SIOUX CITY IRON CO PARTS 158.50
TITLEIST DRAWER CS MERCHANDISE 4,028.03
TODDS ELECTRIC SERVICE INSTALL LOAD MGMT 25.00
TONI'S WINDOWS ETC LIBRARY FURNISHINGS 3,758.00
TRAVIS TARR SAFETY GLASSES REIMBURSEMENT 150.00
TRUE FABRICATIONS MERCHANDISE 1,928.95
TRUE VALUE SUPPLIES 289.20
TURNER PLUMBING PARTS 10.58
UNITED WAY CONTRIBUTIONS 365.20
VAN DIEST SUPPLY CO SUPPLIES 890.00
VANDERPOL DRAGLINE, INC TAXIWAY/FUEL SYSTEM IMP 66,924.51
VERIZON WIRELESS POLICE COMMUNICATIONS 212.07
VERMILLION ACE HARDWARE SUPPLIES 444.07
VERMILLION NOW! REIMBURSEMENT 37,405.24
VERMILLION ROTARY CLUB MEALS/DUES 147.25
VISA/FIRST BANK & TRUST FUEL/LODGING/SUPPLIES 7,832.31
VOLANTE ADVERTISING 86.25
WAL-MART COMMUNITY SUPPLIES 1,334.57
WALKER CONSTRUCTION JUNK/DEBRIS REMOVAL 65.00
WALT'S HOMESTYLE FOODS, INC SUPPLIES 218.00
WELFL CONSTRUCTION CO PUBLIC LIBRARY EXP/REMODEL 159,257.00
WESCO DISTRIBUTION, INC SUPPLIES 18,548.73
WEST GROUP PAYMENT CENTER SUBSCRIPTION 24.42
WESTECH ENGINEERING, INC REPAIRS 679.00
YAMAHA GOLF & UTILITY GOLF RANGE PICKER 10,227.00
YANKTON JANITORIAL SUPPLY SUPPLIES 1,095.48
ZEE MEDICAL SERVICE SUPPLIES 194.70
ZEP SALES & SERVICE SUPPLIES 395.27
ZIMCO SUPPLY CO SUPPLIES 16,072.27
VCDC BRIGHT ENERGY REBATE 400.00
Alderman Willson seconded the motion. Motion carried 9 to 0. Mayor Powell declared the motion adopted.
12. Consensus Agenda
A. Set a public hearing date of May 20, 2013 for a special permit to exceed permissible sound levels by no more than 50% for Beta Theta Pi at 429 N Plum Street on August 27, 2013 between 6:00 p.m. and 9:55 p.m. for a concert
B. Set a bid opening date of May 14, 2013 for the Baler Procurement and Installation Project
C. Set a bid opening date of May 29, 2013 for the 2013 Miscellaneous Concrete Project
D. Set a quote opening date of May 14, 2013 for the 2013 Chip Seal Project
E. Set a bid opening date of Tuesday, June 18, 2013 for the sale of a surplus wheel loader
Alderman Osborne moved approval of the consensus agenda. Alderman Ward seconded the motion. Motion carried 9 to 0. Mayor Powell declared the motion adopted.
Alderman Osborne moved to adjourn the Council Meeting at 7:40 p.m. Alderman Mains seconded the motion. Motion carried 9 to 0. Mayor Powell declared the motion adopted.
Dated at Vermillion, South Dakota this 6th day of May, 2013.
THE GOVERNING BODY OF THE CITY OF VERMILLION, SOUTH DAKOTA
John E (Jack) Powell, Mayor
Michael D. Carlson, Finance Officer
Published once at the approximate cost of $426.14.
Published: May 17, 2013