Council Special Session
June 3, 2013
Monday 12:00 noon
The special session of the City Council, City of Vermillion, South Dakota was held on Monday, June 3, 2013 at 12:00 noon at the Prentis Park pool.
1. Roll Call
Present: Grayson, Osborne, Ward, Willson, Zimmerman
Absent: Collier-Wise, Davies, Meins, Mayor Powell
2. Briefing on the June 3, 2013 City Council Regular Meeting
Council reviewed items on the agenda with City staff. No action was taken.
3. Informational Session - Tour of the Prentis Park pool facility - Jim Goblirsch
John Prescott, City Manager, stated that, as a new pool will be an item of discussion during the upcoming budgets sessions, he felt a tour of the existing pool would give the council information on the current status. Jim Goblirsch, Director of Parks and Recreation, and his staff provided a tour of the pool facilities. Jim answered questions of the City Council on the pool.
4. Informational Session Tour of Vermillion River hike/bike path. - Jim Goblirsch
John Prescott, City Manager, stated that a report of the options for damaged hike/bike path will be presented at the next noon session and wanted to provide Council members with a tour of the condition of the hike/bike path. The meeting was moved to Cotton Park where Jim Goblirsch provided a tour of the hike/bike path including the closed sections to review the damage. John stated that more information will be provided in two weeks.
Alderman Ward moved to adjourn the Council special session at 1:00 p.m. Alderman Willson seconded the motion. Motion carried 5 to 0. President Osborne declared the motion adopted.
Dated at Vermillion, South Dakota this 3rd day of June, 2013.
THE GOVERNING BODY OF THE CITY OF VERMILLION, SOUTH DAKOTA
Kent Osborne, President
Michael D. Carlson, Finance Officer
City Council Regular Session
June 3, 2013
Monday 7:00 p.m.
The regular session of the City Council, City of Vermillion, South Dakota was called to order on June 3, 2013 at 7:00 p.m. by Mayor Powell.
1. Roll Call
Present: Davies, Grayson, Meins, Osborne, Ward, Willson, Zimmerman, Mayor Powell, Student Representative Jessica Peterson
2. Pledge of Allegiance
A. Minutes of May 20, 2013, Special and May 20, 2013 Regular Session
Alderman Zimmerman moved approval of the May 20, 2013, special minutes and May 20, 2013 regular session minutes. Alderman Meins seconded the motion. Motion carried 8 to 0. Mayor Powell declared the motion adopted.
4. Adoption of Agenda
Alderman Grayson moved approval of the agenda with the correction to 8c to change the street name from Austin to Court Street and the date from July 25th to July 24-25. Alderman Ward seconded the motion. Motion carried 8 to 0. Mayor Powell declared the motion adopted.
5. Visitors to be Heard
Alderman Osborne extended thanks to all that attended the Library Dedication on Saturday, June 1st. Kent encouraged citizens to stop by and see the changes to the library.
6. Public Hearings
A. Annual malt beverage license renewals
Mike Carlson, Finance Officer, reported that the Notice of Hearing and the Police Chief's report for the applicants are included in the packet. Mike noted that City ordinance requires a management plan upon re-application if a violation occurred since last renewal. The management plan for Gup Fei Zheng for Asian Buffet; Old Lumber Company, Inc. for Old Lumber Company Bar & Grill; Jose Gonzalez for Mi Familia Mexican Restaurant; NPC International for Pizza Hut; Bonnie Rowland for Raziel's; Prairie River, Inc for R Pizza and Dwight Iverson for Cherry Pit Stop, were handed out at last Council meeting. Mike read the list of licenses that had applied for renewal noting that the Old Lumber Company license had conditions placed on it when it was issued.
Alderman Willson was concerned about the number of license holders that failed the compliance checks that require the proper review of identifications.
Alderman Willson moved approval of the renewal of the following licenses that have not failed a compliance check: Re-issuance of Retail (On-Off Sale) Malt Beverage: Bunyan's LLC for Bunyan's at 1201 West Main Street; Café Brule, Inc. for Café Brule at 24 West Main Street; BeBee Street II, Inc. for Carey's Bar at 18 & 20 West Main Street; Spanrex, Inc. for Chae's at 8 West Main Street; Charcoal Lounge, Inc. for Charcoal Lounge at 6 & 8 West Main Street; Coyote Convenience, Inc. for Coyote Convenience at 116 East Cherry Street; Blue, Inc. for Little Italy's at 831 East Cherry Street; Main Street Pub, Inc. for Main Street Pub at 11 West Main Street; Maya Janes, Inc. for Maya Janes at 9 West Main Street; Mexico Viejo, Inc. for Mexico Viejo Mexican Restaurant at 432 E. Cherry Street; Sunset Oil, Inc. for Lucky 7 Casino at 629 Stanford Suite A; Sunset Oil, Inc. for Sunset Casino at 629 Stanford Suite B; Pump N Stuff of Vermillion, Inc. for Pump N Stuff VL room #1 at 203 E Main St; Pump N Stuff of Vermillion, Inc. for Pump N Stuff VL room #2 at 203 E Main St; Red Steakhouse, Inc. for Red Steakhouse at 1 East Main Street; Silk Road Café, Inc. for Silk Road Café at 12 West Main Street; OMA SHREE, LLC for Speedee Mart at 800 East Cherry Street; City of Vermillion for The Bluff's Golf Course at 2021 East Main Street; Varsity Pub, LLC for The Varsity at 113 East Main Street; David W. Raabe for Westside Inn at 1313 West Cherry Street; Valiant Vineyard, Inc for Valiant Vineyard at 1500 West Main;
Re-issuance of Package (Off Sale) Malt Beverage: Freedom Valu Centers, Inc for Erickson Freedom Valu Ctr at 830 E Cherry Street; HyVee Food Stores, Inc. for HyVee at 525 West Cherry Street; Leo's Sports Bar & Grill, LLC for Leo's Lounge at 11 Market Street; Pump N Stuff of Vermillion, Inc. for Pump N Stuff at 203 East Main Street; Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. for Wal-Mart Super Center #3734 at 1207 Princeton Street; Re-issuance of Package (Off Sale) Malt Beverage with SD Farm Wine: Casey's Retail Company, Inc. for Casey's General Store at 615 Jefferson St. Alderman Osborne seconded the motion. Motion carried 8 to 0. Mayor Powell declared the motion adopted.
Discussion followed on the management plans that were filed, the need to check identifications before selling and the compliance checks results. John Prescott, City Manager, reported that at the license holders meeting called by the Police Department, the license holders present at the meeting agreed that the failure rate was not acceptable. Discussion followed.
Alderman Willson moved approval of the renewal of the following licenses with the condition that the license for the Old Lumber Company, Inc be restricted to the interior of the structure located at 15 Court Street: Gup Fei Zheng for Asian Buffet at 404 Bower Street; Old Lumber Company, Inc. for Old Lumber Company at 15 Court Street; Jose Gonzalez for Mi Familia Mexican Restaurant at 7 Court Street Suite 101; NPC International, Inc. for Pizza Hut #2788 at 928 East Cherry Street; Bonnie K. Rowland for Raziel's at 13 West Main Street; Prairie River, Inc. for R Pizza at 2 West Main Street; Dwight Iverson for Cherry Pit Stop video lottery at 23 East Cherry Street; Dwight Iverson for Cherry Pit Stop at 23 East Cherry Street. Alderman Grayson seconded the motion. Chad Grunewaldt, owner of the Old Lumber Company, Inc, stated that the employee made a mistake in checking the identification and that is why the compliance check was failed and a subsequent compliance check was passed. Chad stated that the business is in a new location and requested the condition of the license being restricted to the interior of the building be removed as other businesses in the downtown area have outside areas. Upon request as to what his plans would be if the restriction was removed, Chad stated that he would like to develop a roof top patio and possibly some sidewalk seating areas. Jim McCulloch, City Attorney, stated that the City Council could remove the restriction by action any time during the license period. Motion carried 8 to 0. Mayor Powell declared the motion adopted.
B. Special daily malt beverage and wine license for the Vermillion Area Arts Council on or about June 13, 2013 at 202 Washington Street
Mike Carlson, Finance Officer, reported that an application was received for a special daily malt beverage and wine license for the Vermillion Area Arts Council on or about June 13th for a special event with David Davis and the Warrior River Boys at 202 Washington Street. The notice of hearing and Police Chief's report were included in the packet.
Alderman Grayson moved approval of the special daily malt beverage and wine license for the Vermillion Area Arts Council on or about June 13, 2013 at 202 Washington Street for a concert. Alderman Willson seconded the motion. Motion carried 8 to 0. Mayor Powell declared the motion adopted.
C. Transfer of a retail on-sale liquor license to Augustus Management, LLC for Howler's Bar and Grill at 912 N. Dakota Street from Secure Success, LLC operating Pro's Sports Bar
Mike Carlson, Finance Officer, reported that an application to transfer the retail on-sale liquor license was received from Augustus Management, LLC for Howler's Bar and Grill at 912 N Dakota Street from Secure Success, LLC operating Pro's Sports Bar. The notice of hearing and Police Chief's report are included in the packet. The owner of Augustus Management, LLC is Jon Robertson who operates Cherry Street Grille who had failed a compliance check so the Management Plan was included with the other plans two weeks ago.
Alderman Ward moved approval of the transfer of the retail on-sale liquor license to Augustus Management, LLC for Howler's at 912 N Dakota Street from Secure Success, LLC operating Pro's Sports Bar. Alderman Zimmerman seconded the motion. Motion carried 8 to 0. Mayor Powell declared the motion adopted.
D. Issuance of a retail on-off malt beverage with South Dakota Farm Wine license for Augustus Management, LLC for Cherry Street Grille at 1122 E. Cherry Street.
Mike Carlson, Finance Officer, reported that an application was received from Augustus Management, LLC for Cherry Street Grille at 1122 East Cherry for a retail on-off sale malt beverage with SD Farm Wine license. The notice of hearing and Police Chief's report were included with the previous item. This license will be effective July 1, 2013 until June 30, 2014. The owner of Augustus Management, LLC is Jon Robertson who operates Cherry Street Grille who had failed a compliance check so the Management Plan was included with the other plans two weeks ago.
Alderman Ward moved approval of the retail on-off sale malt beverage with SD Farm Wine license for Augustus Management, LLC for Cherry Street Grill at 1122 E. Cherry Street. Alderman Willson seconded the motion. Motion carried 8 to 0. Mayor Powell declared the motion adopted.
7. Old Business
8. New Business
A. Amendment #1 to Erickson Addition covenants and deed restrictions for Lots 2-5 Block 6; Lots 4-8 Block 7; and Outlot B, Block 6 (Riverbend Business Park).
John Prescott, City Manager, reported that the City established covenants in 2008 for the platted lots in the Erickson business park. John noted that this property was transferred to the Vermillion Chamber and Development Company in 2010 to provide for the marketing of the property. The first amendment is to expand the covenants to cover the unplatted property being Outlot B of Block 6. The amendment also proposes to slightly change the metal/nonmetal ratio of the exterior finish, to change the irrigation landscaping requirements for some of the lots, to reflect the change in ownership of the property from the City to the VCDC and the replat of Lots 1, 2 & 3 Block 7 to Lot 8 Block 7. John explained the proposed changes and recommended the adoption of the amended covenants noting that Steve Howe with the VCDC was present to answer questions. Discussion followed on the proposed amendment to the covenants.
Alderman Grayson moved approval of Amendment #1 to the Erickson Addition covenants and deed restrictions as presented and authorized the Mayor to sign. Alderman Ward seconded the motion. Motion carried 8 to 0. Mayor Powell declared the motion adopted.
B. Request to close Kidder Street from Noon on July 24, 2013 to 2:00 a.m. On July 25, 2013 for a Make-a-Wish event at the Old Lumber Company 15 Court Street. John Prescott, City Manager, reported that a request was received to close Kidder Street from Court Street to Market Street from noon on July 24th to 2:00 a.m. on July 25, 2013 for a Make-a-Wish event at the Old Lumber Company. The event includes that for a contribution motorcycle riders will be able to ride through the Old Lumber Company and exit onto Kidder Street. The street closing request is to allow the parking of the motorcycles. John stated that Chad has contacted First Dakota National Bank and Total Flooring about the event. John noted that Fire and EMS have been contacted and have no issues.
Chad Grunewaldt, owner of the Old Lumber Company, stated that he is working with the Make-A-Wish group to raise funds for the organization. He stated that the street closing will allow for the parking of motorcycles and for participants to look at the motorcycles. He noted that he will provide garbage receptacles at each entrance and will clean up after the event. As to bathrooms, Chad stated that there is plenty of capacity inside the business. He reported that contacts had been made to businesses along that portion of Kidder and signs will be put up informing the bank customers of access from the west and accommodations will be made for deliveries. Chad stated that other communities operate similar events that bring a large number of guests to the community. Chad answered questions of the City Council on the street closing noting that set up is from noon to 5:00 p.m.
Alderman Grayson moved approval of closing Kidder Street from Court to Market Street at noon on July 24th to 2:00 a.m. on July 25th for the Make-A-Wish event. Alderman Ward seconded the motion. Discussion followed on the time and traffic flow with Chad noting that he can have the motorcycles exit to the west away from the residential areas.Motion carried 8 to 0. Mayor Powell declared the motion adopted.
C. Permit for consumption of alcohol on Kidder Street between Market Street and Court Street on July 24 & 25, 2013 for Old Lumber Company, Inc
Mike Carlson, Finance Officer, reported that Chad Grunewaldt with the Old Lumber Company has requested a permit for consumption of alcohol on the public property being Kidder Street as part of the Make-A-Wish event on July 24th & 25th. State statute 35-1-5.5 provides that the City Council can grant a permit for the consumption but not sale of alcoholic beverages on public property for a time period that cannot exceed 24 hours but may not extend beyond the time restricted for the license. As this event will be using the public street for consumption, the City Council may want to include the following conditions:
o Require a Release and Indemnification to hold the City harmless from claims during the event.
o Certificate of insurance naming the City as an additional insured for the event.
o Require the applicant identify and utilize a fenced area where alcoholic beverages may be consumed but not sold, as well as a plan to monitor the entrances and exits from this area to ensure that those under the age of 21 are not allowed. The applicant will need to coordinate the fencing and security plan with the Police Department in advance of the event.
o Require a plan for the cleanup and disposal of materials after the event. Mike noted that Chad has indicated he will clean up after the event.
o The hours consumption will be allowed will need to be stated. The statute provided the permit period may not exceed twenty-four hours and the hours of authorized consumption may not exceed those permitted for on-sale licensees. The street closing is from noon on July 24th to 2:00 a.m. on July 25th. Will need to establish the time to allow consumption as the area will need to be monitored during all hours consumption is allowed.
Chad Grunewaldt, owner of the Old Lumber Company, stated that he has worked with a similar event in Sioux Falls for four years and knows how to run such an event. Discussion followed with Chad answering questions of the City Council on the event.
Alderman Zimmerman moved approval of suspension of the restriction of the requirement for consumption only on the interior of the structure for this event and authorizes the permit for consumption of alcohol on Kidder Street between Market Street and Court Street on July 24th from 5:00 p.m. until 2:00 a.m. on July 25, 2013 for Old Lumber Company, Inc. if the owner complies with the conditions: a) That a Release and Indemnification to hold the City harmless from claims during the event be provided, b) Certificate of insurance naming the City as an additional insured for the event, c) the applicant identify and utilize a fenced area where alcoholic beverages may be consumed but not sold, as well as a plan to monitor the entrances and exits from this area to ensure that those under the age of 21 are not allowed. The applicant will need to coordinate the fencing and security plan with the Police Department in advance of the event and d) cleanup the public property after the event. Alderman Willson seconded the motion. Discussion followed with Chad stating that he understood the conditions. Motion carried 8 to 0. Mayor Powell declared the motion adopted.
9. Bid Openings
A. Baler Procurement and Installation Project
Jose Dominguez, City Engineer, reported that the Landfill baler building and all of the baling equipment were lost during a fire on October 22, 2012. Due to the loss, the City has been in the process of purchasing new baling equipment. This equipment consists of a baler and a conveyor. The City and the insurance carrier agreed on a replacement and installation cost of $953,000 for a new baler and a new conveyor.
Jose stated that requests for bids were sent to five vendors and the City only received three bids from two vendors which were opened on May 21, 2013. The low bid was from IBC in the amount of $906,830.71. The other two bids from RSC were for $1,039,071 and $1,029,671. The bids mentioned above include the base bid, which is the baler and conveyor, and the three alternates. The alternates are #1 for a wire tie system, #2 for recommended spare part inventory and #3 for a maintenance service agreement.
Jose noted that the specifications for the equipment were written in such a way as to eliminate as much as possible the chance of acquiring new equipment that was not proven in the field. One of the ways that this was done was by specifying equipment from acceptable manufacturers. The City compiled a list of five acceptable balers and two acceptable conveyors. If a vendor wanted to propose equipment from a different manufacturer, the vendor would have had to contact the City, or Consultant, for prior approval.
The low bid received had an approved baler, an IBC; however, the conveyor, a KWS, was not on the approved list. The vendor never received an approval to utilize the conveyor in the bid. Furthermore, the conveyor is from a less well-known manufacturer and does not meet critical items of the required specifications (e.g. no rail on the return rack and the belt side wing is part of the chain and not welded to the pan). Jose recommended rejection of the low bid from IBC as it did not meet specifications.
Jose stated that both of the other two bids included a Harris baler. However, the baler was either paired with a Mayfran or a Hustler conveyor. The baler and both of the conveyors are in the approved list and they also meet all of the critical specifications. Additionally, the proposed conveyors are from well know manufacturers (the previous conveyor at the landfill was a Mayfran purchased in 2003).
Jose noted that this project was not budgeted for in 2013 as the fire had not yet taken place. At this point, it is estimated that the budget will have to be revised by $41,999 in addition to the $953,000 from the insurance company.
Jose recommended rejecting the low bid of IBC and purchasing a Harris baler with a Hustler conveyor with bid alternate no. 3 from Recovery Systems Co. Inc., for the amount of $994,999.00.
Discussion followed with Jose answering questions of the City Council.
Bids: IBC base bid $844,550.71, alternate #1 $29,625., alternate #2 $29,239., alternate #3 $8,916; RSC option #1 base bid $998,615, alternate #1 $15,000., alternate #2 $19,672., alternate #3 $5,784; RSC option #2 base bid $988,215, alternate #1 $15,000., alternate #2 $19,672., alternate #3 $5,784
Alderman Ward moved to reject the low bid of IBC as it did not meet bid specifications and award the bid to RSC on option #2 base bid of $988,215 plus alternate #3 of $5,784 for a total of $994,999. Alderman Ward seconded the motion. Discussion followed. Motion carried 8 to 0.Mayor Powell declared the motion adopted.
B. Replacement of the Traffic Signal Pole at North University and East Cherry Streets
Jose Dominguez, City Engineer, reported that on the night of January 28, 2013 a semi-truck struck the traffic signal pole at the northwest corner of East Cherry and North University Street. The truck damaged the traffic signal pole, three signal heads and the pedestrian push button pole. Soon after the accident, the DOT and the signal pole manufacturer, Millerbernd Manufacturing Company, were contacted to see if the damage to the pole was significant enough to merit replacement. Both of the entities contacted responded by saying that the pole should be replaced since it was damaged enough to minimize its structural integrity. Jose noted that, after several conversations, the insurance company agreed to reimburse the City based upon estimates of $40,564.85 for the replacement of the damaged items. A check for this amount has already been received by the City. Jose stated that in addition to this contract, the City Electric Department incurred $2,031.50 of costs to repair the signal, a replacement pole has been ordered for $3,610 and $5,065 of other repair parts have been received. Jose reported that bid specifications were sent to six contractors and only one bid was received from Muth Electric in the amount of $22,245.00. Jose recommended awarding the contract to the only bidder Muth Electric. Discussion followed on the project.
Alderman Davies moved approval of the only bid of Muth Electric for the replacement of the traffic signal pole at N. University and E. Cherry Street in the amount of $22,245. Alderman Grayson seconded the motion. Motion carried 8 to 0. Mayor Powell declared the motion adopted.
C. 2013 Miscellaneous Concrete Project
Jose Dominguez, City Engineer, reported on the ongoing program to update handicapped ramps and repair damaged curb and gutter. Jose stated that bid information was sent to six contractors with two bids received and opened on May 29th. The low bid was Martinson Construction for an amount of $50,723.21. The second bid was $51,318.47. Jose recommended awarding the bid to the low bidder Martinson Construction.Discussion followed.
Alderman Davies moved approval of the low bid of Martinson Construction of $50,723.21 for the 2013 miscellaneous concrete project. Alderman Willson seconded the motion. Motion carried 8 to 0. Mayor Powell declared the motion adopted.
D. 2013 Stump Grinding Project
Jose Dominguez, City Engineer, reported that during the winter months the City crews removed diseased trees and trees that are causing property damage in the public right-of-way. The City then hires a private contractor to remove the stumps. Jose noted that requests for quotes were sent to four contractors with two quotes received and opened on May 24th. The low quote was from Gary's Tree Service for $4,377.50 and the second quote was $5,285.00. Jose recommended the low quote of Gary's Tree Service of $4,377.50.
Alderman Ward moved approval of the low quote of Gary's Tree Service of $4,377.50 for stump grinding. Alderman Grayson seconded the motion. Motion carried 8 to 0. Mayor Powell declared the motion adopted.
E. Fuel quotes
Mike Carlson, Finance Officer, read the monthly fuel quotes and recommended the low quote of Brunick Service on all four items.
4,350 gal unleaded 10% ethanol: Stern Oil $3.37.59, Brunick's Service $3.30; 1,000 gal unleaded: Stern Oil $3.4304, Brunick's Service $3.33; 3,000 gal No. 2 diesel-dyed: Stern Oil $3.1494, Brunick's Service $3.13; 1,000 gal No. 2 diesel-clear: Stern Oil $3.3994, Brunick's Service $3.37
Alderman Osborne moved approval of the low quote of Brunick Service on all four items. Alderman Grayson seconded the motion. Motion carried 8 to 0. Mayor Powell declared the motion adopted.
10. City Manager's Report
A. John reported that the City Council will be making two appointments to the Library Board and one appointment to the Vermillion Housing Authority at the June 17th meeting. He requested that interested citizens complete the Expression of Interest form available at City Hall or the City website and return to City Hall by June 7th.
B. John reported that the library dedication on Saturday was a great success and wanted to thank all that assisted.
C. John reported that with the moisture we will most likely be fogging for mosquitoes at some point this year. If citizens would like to have the fogging not take place as the equipment passes your property, please contact City Hall at 677-7050 to be included on the No Fog list.
D. John reported that the skate park dedication will be on Tuesday, June 18th at 1:30 p.m. at the skate park. John reported that representatives from Wellmark Blue Cross/Blue Shield will be present as they were a major donor through their 3 point programs.
E. John reported that based upon the City Council members response the 2014 Budget Hearings will be August 13th and 14th in the large conference room on the 2nd floor of City Hall.
F. John reported that Benjamin Moore has a program called Main Street Matters. Two to three communities from each state are listed on the website. The top 20 communities will receive paint and guidance in repainting their Main Street. John reported that citizens can vote for Vermillion by going to paintwhatmatters.com select South Dakota and then Vermillion.
G. John reported that a raffle notification was received from the US Veterans Motorcycle Club that will be raffling a 16 foot canoe at $5 per chance or 5 for $20 with the drawing on September 7th.
PAYROLL ADDITIONS AND CHANGES
Communications: Tenelle Choal $14.00/hr; Recreation: Andrew Callahan $7.75/hr; Pool: Dawn Bergeson $11.50/hr, Thomas Harrison $10.00/hr, Anna Hanson $7.75/hr; Parks: Jason Gault $8.50/hr; Water: Dale Husby $17.84/hr; Wastewater: Kyle Weiss $8.50/hr, Thomas Walker $8.75/hr; Curbside Recycling: Calle Sorensen $14.12/hr
11. Invoices Payable
Alderman Davies moved approval of the following invoices:
A & B BUSINESS, INC MAINTENANCE 526.85
A-OX WELDING SUPPLY CO SUPPLIES 714.72
ADAPCO, INC SUPPLIES 1,707.12
ADVANCED WEIGHING SYSTEMS ANNUAL SUPPORT 1,550.00
ALLEGIANT EMERGENCY SERVICE REPAIRS 1,766.20
AMERICAN BOOK RETURNS BOOK DROP BOX 4,201.00
APEX EQUIPMENT, LLC REPAIRS 359.23
APPEARA SUPPLIES 139.69
AQUA-PURE INC CHEMICALS 4,180.00
ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICES UNIFORM CLEANING 194.18
ARGUS LEADER MEDIA #1085 SUBSCRIPTION 48.00
AUDIO GO BOOKS 80.00
AWE DIGITAL LEARNING SOLUTIONS EARLY LITERACY STATION 2,771.00
AWWA MEMBERSHIP DUES 170.00
BAKER & TAYLOR BOOKS BOOKS 1,397.96
BARKLEY ASPHALT ASPHALT 297.07
BARNES DISTRIBUTION SUPPLIES 191.43
BIERSCHBACH EQPT & SUPPLY PARTS 5,784.40
BILLION AUTO REPAIRS 1,463.27
BLACKBURN MANUFACTURING CO SUPPLIES 157.56
BOMGAARS BATTERY 99.99
BORDER STATES ELEC SUPPLY SUPPLIES 1,396.50
BOUND TREE MEDICAL, LLC SUPPLIES 1,376.08
BROADCASTER PRESS ADVERTISING 42.00
BROWN TRAFFIC PRODUCTS SUPPLIES 616.50
BRUNICKS SERVICE INC PROPANE 38.00
BSN SPORTS INC SUPPLIES 118.49
BUSHNELL OUTDOOR PRODUCTS MERCHANDISE 1,489.16
BUTLER MACHINERY CO. PARTS/REPAIRS 4,484.31
CALLAWAY GOLF MERCHANIDSE 271.81
CAMPBELL SUPPLY SUPPLIES 3,150.01
CANNON TECHNOLOGIES, INC SUPPLIES 2,499.36
CASK & CORK MERCHANDISE 632.38
CBCINNOVIS, INC TESTING 13.40
CENTURY BUSINESS LEASING, COPIER LEASE 138.25
CENTURYLINK TELEPHONE 737.86
CHESTERMAN CO SUPPLIES 1,464.29
CITY DIRECTORIES BOOKS 405.00
CITY OF VERMILLION POSTAGE/COPIES 1,428.97
CITY OF VERMILLION UTILITY BILLS 35,236.86
CLAY CO REGISTER OF DEED FILING FEE 30.00
CLAY COUNTY DIR OF EQUALIZATION PICTOMETRY 4,161.22
CLAY RURAL WATER SYSTEM WATER USAGE 42.20
CLIMATE SYSTEMS, INC MAINTENANCE 1,450.00
CLUBHOUSE HOTEL & SUITES LODGING 268.00
COFFEE KING, INC SUPPLIES 57.75
COLONIAL LIFE ACC INS. INSURANCE 2,856.72
CONCRETE MATERIALS CONCRETE 806.00
CONSTRUCTED CONCEPTS REPAIRS 51.00
CULLIGAN WATER BOTTLED WATER 78.00
D-P TOOLS SUPPLIES 24.75
DAKOTA BEVERAGE MERCHANDISE 11,344.05
DAKOTA PC WAREHOUSE PROJECTOR/SUPPLIES 1,069.94
DAKOTA RIGGERS & TOOL SUPPLY SUPPLIES 1,756.00
DANKO EMERGENCY EQUIPMENT SUPPLIES 1,106.35
DAVIS PHARMACY CAMERAS 1,839.96
DELTA DENTAL PLAN INSURANCE 5,828.76
DEMCO SUPPLIES 1,936.19
DENNIS MARTENS MAINTENANCE 833.34
DEPT OF REVENUE TESTING 195.00
DGR ENGINEERING PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 11,018.00
DIAMOND VOGEL PAINTS SUPPLIES 49.88
DIANE'S GREENHOUSE PLANTS 471.33
DIVERSIFIED INSPECTIONS INSPECTIONS 1,092.00
DUST TEX SUPPLIES 66.98
E.A SWEEN COMPANY SUPPLIES 150.46
EAGLES ADVERTISING-CONVENTION BOOK 30.00
EARTHGRAINS BAKING CO'S IN SUPPLIES 177.27
ECHO ELECTRIC SUPPLY SUPPLIES 1,600.30
EDC EDUCATIONAL SERVICES BOOKS 266.49
ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING SUPPLIES 317.50
EMBROIDERY & SCREEN WORKS EMBROIDERY 116.60
ENVIRONMENTAL PRODUCTS PARTS 91.48
ERIC BIRKELAND MEALS REIMBURSEMENT 40.00
EZ-LINER INDUSTRIES PARTS 302.36
FARMER BROTHERS CO. SUPPLIES 40.67
FAST AUTO GLASS WINDSHIELD 250.00
FASTENAL COMPANY SUPPLIES 647.26
FEDEX. SHIPPING 23.22
FOREMAN MEDIA COUNCIL MTG 100.00
GALE BOOKS 638.77
GAYLORD BROS INC SUPPLIES 96.69
GEMPLERS INC SUPPLIES 70.90
GENERAL TRAFFIC CONTROLS SUPPLIES 87.81
GENTLE TOUCH CARPET CARE CARPET CLEANING 40.11
GOVERN FINANCE OFFICERS ASSOC ANNUAL REPORT 435.00
GRAHAM TIRE CO. TIRES 206.90
GRAINGER PARTS 93.35
GRAYBAR ELECTRIC SUPPLIES 50.52
GRAYMONT CAPITAL INC SUPPLIES 7,525.25
GREGG PETERS FREIGHT 1,384.50
GREGG PETERS RENT 937.50
GUARANTEE OIL CO INC SUPPLIES 60.54
GUARANTEE ROOFING & SIDING REPAIRS 500.00
GUILDCRAFT, INC SUPPLIES 109.11
HACH CO SUPPLIES 892.00
HANSEN LOCKSMITHING KEYS 35.00
HAROLD K SCHOLZ CO SUPPLIES 600.00
HARTINGTON TREE LLC TREE 250.00
HATCH FURNITURE & FLOORING GLIDER/OTTOMAN 552.00
HAUFF MID-AMERICA SPORTS LIFEGUARD SUITS 504.50
HAWKINS INC CHEMICALS 4,593.98
HD SUPPLY WATERWORKS SUPPLIES 1,038.06
HDR ENGINEERING, INC PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 84,324.14
HEARTLAND AG-BUSINESS GROUP BOOKS 33.00
HEIMAN, INC. SUPPLIES 1,907.25
HELGET SAFETY SUPPLY, INC SAFETY EQUIPMENT 511.62
HELMS & ASSOCIATES AIRPORT TAXIWAY 2,016.19
HENDERSONS ULTIMATE CAR WASH CAR WASH CARD 50.00
HERREN-SCHEMPP BUILDING SUPPLIES 735.81
HILLYARD FLOOR CARE SUPPLY SUPPLIES 114.10
HY VEE FOOD STORE SUPPLIES 299.07
INDEPENDENCE WASTE PORTABLE TOILET RENTAL 1,460.45
INGRAM BOOKS 3,170.84
INTERNATIONAL PUBLIC MGMT TESTING MATERIALS 402.50
INTERSTATE BATTERIES BATTERIES 367.80
JACKS UNIFORM & EQPT UNIFORM 1,007.25
JEFF GILBERTSON WATER HEATER/WIRING REBATE 305.00
JESSICA WADE HEALTH CLUB REIMBURSEMENT 175.00
JIM BALLEWEG MEALS REIMBURSEMENT 40.00
JOHN A CONKLING DIST. MERCHANDISE 7,002.40
JOHN C. PRESCOTT MEALS REIMBURSEMENT 22.00
JOHN WALKER SAFETY BOOTS REIMBUSEMENT 100.00
JOHNSON BROTHERS FAMOUS BRANDS MERCHANDISE 20,924.64
JOHNSON CONTROLS SERVICE AGREEMENT 1,473.14
JOHNSON ELECTRIC INSTALL LOAD MGMT 300.00
JONES FOOD CENTER SUPPLIES 775.80
JONES LIBRARY SALES, INC SHELVING 32,796.55
K-LOG INC DESKS 413.26
KALINS INDOOR COMFORT REPAIRS 432.61
KARSTEN MFG CORP MERCHANDISE 1,134.48
KEY CONTRACTING, INC MANHOLE COATING 38,264.00
KNIFE RIVER MIDWEST, LLC SUPPLIES 454.35
KNOLOGY 911 CIRCUIT 1,365.50
LARRY'S HTG & COOLING, INC REPAIRS 450.19
LAWSON PRODUCTS INC SUPPLIES 238.64
LAYNES WORLD MERITORIOUS SERVICE AWARD 57.03
LEISURE LAWN CARE PARTS 62.50
LESSMAN ELEC. SUPPLY CO SUPPLIES 1,820.00
LINCOLN MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE 449.00
LOCATORS AND SUPPLIES, INC SUPPLIES 195.76
LP GILL, INC TIRE DISPOSAL 484.00
MALLOY ELECTRIC PARTS 244.86
MARKS MACHINERY PARTS 307.78
MART AUTO BODY TOWING 75.00
MATHESON TRI-GAS, INC OXYGEN 44.04
MCCULLOCH LAW OFFICE PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 1,320.00
MEAD LUMBER SUPPLIES 180.81
MEDICAL WASTE TRANSPORT HAUL MEDICAL WASTE 189.21
MENARDS SUPPLIES 114.97
MERRICK INDUSTRIES REPAIRS 1,874.35
MIDWEST ALARM CO ALARM MONITORING 63.00
MIDWEST BUILDING MAINTENANCE MAT SVC 375.70
MIDWEST READY MIX & EQUIPMENT FAST TRACK 623.00
MIDWEST TURF & IRRIGATION PARTS 691.31
MILLER LOADERS SUPPLIES 658.60
MISSOURI RIVER ENERGY SERVICE REGISTRATION 200.00
MISSOURI VALLEY MAINTENANCE REPAIRS 1,024.00
MOORE WELDING & MFG REPAIRS 2,973.00
MORSES FARM MARKET PLANTS 19.25
MOTION PICTURE LICENSING C LICENSE 164.37
MOVIE LICENSING USA LICENSE RENEWAL 325.00
N B GOLF LLC GOLF CAR/BEVERAGE UNIT RENTAL 3,879.11
NATL BUSINESS FURNITURE CHAIRS 2,322.00
NATL PEN CORPORATION SUPPLIES 293.40
NETSYS+ REPAIRS 425.87
NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE 94.02
NORTH CENTRAL RENTAL & LEASING RENTAL 353.37
NORTHLAND SUPPLIES 388.00
OFFICE OF WEIGHTS & MEASURES TESTING 151.00
PAUL CONWAY SHIELDS FIRE DEPT SHIELDS 198.40
PAULS PLUMBING REPAIRS 515.31
PCC, INC APRIL COMMISSION 1,947.38
PGA OF AMERICA MEMBERSHIP 1,042.00
PNC EQUIPMENT FINANCE DEFIBRILLATOR LEASE 741.27
POMPS TIRE SERVICE, INC. TIRES 182.00
PRESTO-X-COMPANY INSPECTION/TREATMENT 47.71
PRINT SOURCE PRINTING 1,718.65
PUMP N PAK POLICE FUEL 1,952.30
QUEEN CITY WHOLESALE MERCHANDISE 871.09
QUILL SUPPLIES 1,270.46
RACOM CORPORATION MAINTENANCE CONTRACT 386.75
RANDOM HOUSE, INC BOOKS 75.00
RANDY VOSS PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 623.40
RASMUSSEN MOTORS, INC REPAIRS 543.58
RECORDED BOOKS, INC BOOKS 1,226.70
RECREATION SUPPLY CO. SUPPLIES 122.00
REINHART FOODSERVICE, LLC SUPPLIES 1,313.02
RELIABLE TOWING & ROADSIDE TOWING 80.00
REPUBLIC NATIONAL DIST MERCHANDISE 18,044.31
RESCO SUPPLIES 688.88
RIVERSIDE HYDRAULICS & LAB REPAIRS 80.00
ROOSTER'S HARLEY DAVIDSON REPAIRS 170.95
ROSEWOOD GREENHOUSE PLANTS 760.26
SD GOVERN FINANCE OFFICERS ASSOC REGISTRATION 150.00
SD PUBLIC ASSURANCE ALLIANCE PROPERTY COVERAGE 460.00
SD RETIREMENT SYSTEM CONTRIBUTIONS 47,029.71
SECURITY SHREDDING SERVICE SHREDDING CONTAINERS 35.00
SHI INTERNATIONAL CORP. SOFTWARE 378.92
SIOUX FALLS TWO WAY RADIO REPAIRS 123.49
SIOUX VALLEY ENVIRONMENTAL CALIBRATION 150.00
SIOUXLAND SCALE SERVICE REPAIRS 2,008.14
SKARSHAUG TESTING LAB. TESTING 446.33
SOOLAND BOBCAT PARTS 153.69
SPECIAL T'S AND MORE UNIFORM T-SHIRTS 86.75
SPRINT CAR CHARGERS 29.97
STAN HOUSTON EQPT CO SUPPLIES 213.40
STANLEY SECURITY SOLUTIONS LOCKS 753.30
STEFFEN PARTS 657.48
STEWART OIL-TIRE CO REPAIRS 210.95
STRACHAN SALES, INC REPAIRS 235.00
STURDEVANTS AUTO PARTS PARTS 1,358.89
TAYLOR MADE MERCHANDISE 843.13
TESSMAN SEED COMPANY LANDSCAPING 509.48
THATCHER COMPANY SODA ASH 13,675.20
THE EQUALIZER ADVERTISING 73.75
THE NEW SIOUX CITY IRON CO PARTS 160.79
THE OBSERVER SUBSCRIPTION 30.00
THE WALKING BILLBOARD UNIFORMS 1,530.70
TITAN ACCESS ACCOUNT PARTS 82.77
TITLEIST DRAWER CS MERCHANDISE 4,066.68
TODDS ELECTRIC SERVICE INSTALL LOAD MGMT 25.00
TONI'S WINDOWS ETC BLINDS 2,037.00
TRI TECH SALES PARTS 104.08
TRUE FABRICATIONS SUPPLIES 83.84
TRUE VALUE SUPPLIES 406.31
TURNER PLUMBING PARTS 6.18
TYLER TECHNOLOGIES MAINTENANCE 3,891.66
UNITED LABORTORIES SUPPLIES 138.45
UNITED WAY CONTRIBUTIONS 365.20
UPSTART SUPPLIES 178.14
VERIZON WIRELESS POLICE COMMUNICATIONS 212.07
VERMILLION ACE HARDWARE SUPPLIES 1,793.83
VERMILLION NOW! REIMBURSEMENT 20,745.66
VESSCO, INC REPAIRS 9,371.36
VISA/FIRST BANK & TRUST FUEL/LODGING/SUPPLIES 11,734.89
VOLANTE ADVERTISING 86.25
WALKER CONSTRUCTION CONCRETE WORK 1,128.38
WALMART SUPPLIES 2,172.95
WALT'S HOMESTYLE FOODS SUPPLIES 85.00
WESCO DISTRIBUTION SUPPLIES 1,964.58
WESTERN OFFICE TECHNOLOGIES SUPPLIES 100.00
WILLIAMS & CO. 2012 AUDIT 18,500.00
YANKTON JANITORIAL SUPPLY SUPPLIES 679.73
ZIMCO SUPPLY CO SUPPLIES 3,465.00
ZUERCHER TECHNOLOGIES TELEPHONES/REPAIRS 1,890.00
Alderman Meins seconded the motion. Motion carried 8 to 0. Mayor Powell declared the motion adopted.
12. Consensus Agenda
Set a public hearing date of June 17, 2013 for a special daily malt beverage and wine license for the Clay County Agricultural Fair Association, Inc. on or about August 9 and 10, 2013 at the Clay County Fairgrounds
Alderman Osborne moved approval of the consensus agenda. Alderman Wilson seconded the motion. Motion carried 8 to 0. Mayor Powell declared the motion adopted.
Alderman Osborne moved to adjourn the Council Meeting at 8:27 p.m. Alderman Zimmerman seconded the motion. Motion carried 8 to 0. Mayor Powell declared the motion adopted.
Dated at Vermillion, South Dakota this 3rd day of June, 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 $485.87.
Published: June 14, 2013