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Commission Meeting
Brookings City & County Government Center
520 3rd Street
Chambers, Suite 310 (3rd floor)

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1.

8:30 AM Call to Order on Tuesday, March 2, 2021

2.

Pledge of Allegiance

3.

Invitation for a Citizen to schedule time on the Commission Agenda for an item not listed.

Five (5) minute time limit per person. Anyone wanting to speak during this agenda item must sign in prior to the start of the meeting. Any requested action items must be scheduled for a future meeting date.
4.

Approval of Agenda

Action: Motion to Approve, Request Comments, Voice Vote
5.

Consent Agenda Items

Action: Motion to Approve, Note Consent Agenda Items, Request Comments, Roll Call
A.

Approval of minutes

B.

Approval of travel requests

Documents:
  1. Travel Requests.pdf
C.

Approval of personnel action notices

D.

Approval of cellular authorizations

E.

Approval of the Human Services report

6.

Routine Business

A.

Approval of claims

Action: Motion to Approve, Comments, Roll Call
Documents:
  1. 3.2.2021 CLAIMS.pdf
B.

Department Head reports

C.

Finance Officer's Report

Be it noted items:
  • Auditor's Account with the Treasurer
  • Payroll & Additive Totals
  • Highway Expenditure Report
  • Register of Deeds Statement of Fees Collected
i.

Investment Policy

ii.

JDAI Grant Information

iii.

Register of Deeds Corrections

7.

Scheduled Agenda Items

A.

9:00 AM - Jail Progress Report: Chad Nelson, Project Manager, Henry Carlson Construction

8.

Regular Business

A.

First Reading - Ordinance #21-01: an ordinance amending Ordinance #91-03: an ordinance establishing a County Housing & Redevelopment Commission for the administration of HUD Section Eight (8) existing certificate, voucher, moderate rehabilitation and other related housing programs.

Action: Read Ordinance, Announce Date/Time of Second Reading
B.

Action to approve Resolution #21-08: a resolution authorizing the purchase of corrugated metal pipe, bridge materials and grader blades based upon the price established through the County of Beadle, South Dakota, bid process.

Action: Motion to Approve, Comments, Roll Call
C.

Action to approve Agreement #21-13: an application for occupancy of right-of-way of county highways made by Sioux Valley Energy in Medary Township.

Action: Motion to Approve, Comments, Voice Vote
D.

Action to approve Agreement #21-14: an application for occupancy of right-of-way of county highways made by Justin Vyn-landowner, C&K Construction-contractor, in Elkton Township.

Action: Motion to Approve, Comments, Voice Vote
E.

Action to approve Agreement #21-15: an application for occupancy of right-of-way of county highways made by South Dakota Game, Fish & Parks in Sterling Township.

Action: Motion to Approve, Comments, Voice Vote
F.

Presentation of 2020 Year End Report

10.

States Attorney's Office Report

11.

Commissioner Reports and Discussion Items

A.

Correspondence received

12.

Executive Session - in accordance with SDCL §1-25-2(1)(4): personnel and contract negotiations.

Action: Motion to Enter Into Executive Session, Voice Vote
Action: Motion to Come Out of Executive Session, Voice Vote
13.

Adjournment

Action: Motion to Approve, Voice Vote
14.

Public Notices

  • March 16-18, Tuesday-Thursday: SDACC Spring Workshop, Ramkota in Pierre, SD.
  • April 14, Wednesday: Award presentation from the South Dakota Center for Prevention of Child Maltreatment for the South Dakota Resilient Communities Initiative, 10:30 AM, Government Center Chambers, Brookings

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