CITY OF CUSTER CITY COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS- REGULAR SESSION May 21st, 2018

Mayor Corbin Herman called to order the second meeting of the Common Council for the month of May 2018 at 5:30 p.m.  Present at roll call were Councilpersons Maciejewski, Heinrich, Nielsen, Fischer, Blom and Arseneault. City Attorney Chris Beesley was present. The Pledge of Allegiance was stated.

AGENDA

Councilperson Heinrich moved to approve the agenda. Second by Councilperson Fischer, the motion unanimously carried.

MINUTES

Councilperson Maciejewski moved, with a second by Councilperson Arseneault, to approve the minutes from the May 7th council meeting. The motion unanimously carried.

CONFLICTS OF INTEREST

Councilperson Maciejewski stated he had a conflict with the minor plat for Block 131 Subdivision. No other conflicts of interest were stated.

PUBLIC HEARING – MALT BEVERAGE & WINE LICENSE – CUSTER BEACON

            Councilperson Maciejewski moved to approve the malt beverage & wine license for Custer Beacon contingent upon proof of insurance being provided. Seconded by Councilperson Fischer, the motion unanimously carried.

PUBLIC HEARING – MALT BEVERAGE LICENSE RENEWALS

            The Council was presented with a renewal list of malt beverage license applications for the July 1st, 2018 – June 30th, 2019 license period. At this time there were 28 malt beverage licenses for renewal. Councilperson Nielsen moved to approve the applications. Seconded by Councilperson Blom. Councilperson Nielsen amended her motion to approve all applications as listed contingent upon proof of insurance being provided. Seconded by Councilperson Blom, the motion unanimously carried.

RESOLUTION #05-21-18A – FEE SCHEDULE

            Councilperson Fischer moved to table Resolution #05-21-18A, Fee Schedule until the June 4th Council Meeting. Seconded by Councilperson Maciejewski, the motion unanimously carried.

PLANTER PROJECT – GIRLS SCOUTS

            After a presentation by four members of the local Girls Scout Troop, Councilperson Heinrich moved to approve the placement of planter boxes constructed by the Girls Scouts in a City Park until such time that they can be relocated to the Veteran’s Memorial. Seconded by Councilperson Fischer, the motion unanimously carried.

MINOR PLAT – PLAT OF LOTS 7R OF BLOCK 6

            Councilperson Fischer moved to approve the minor plat for Lot 7R of Block 6. Seconded by Councilperson Blom, the motion unanimously carried.

Councilperson Maciejewski excused himself from the meeting at 5:40 pm.

MINOR PLAT – BLOCK 131 SUBDIVISION

            Councilperson Arseneault moved to approve the minor plat for Block 131 Subdivision contingent upon receiving a signed mylar. Seconded by Councilperson Nielsen, the motion unanimously carried.

Councilperson Maciejewski rejoined the meeting at 5:42 pm.

PRELIMINARY PLAT – PLAT OF TRACT 1 & 2 REVISED OF BIG ROCK SUBDIVISION, SCHNELLER TRACT & BROUILLARD TRACT

            Councilperson Nielsen moved to approve the preliminary plat for Tract 1 & 2 Revised of Big Rock Subdivision, Schneller Tract and Brouillard Tract. Seconded by Councilperson Blom, the motion unanimously carried.

NUTMOBILE REQUEST – CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

            Councilperson Maciejewski moved to approve the Chamber of Commerce’s request to block off four parking spaces on Mt Rushmore Road in front of Way Park on July 3rd and 4th, 2018 for the Planters Peanuts Nutmobile. Seconded by Councilperson Heinrich, the motion unanimously carried.

REFERENDUM PETITION

            Councilperson Nielsen stated that since a petition was filed in the Finance Office on May 17th and South Dakota Codified Law 9-20-11 sets forth the options to schedule an election for a referendum question, she moved to set an election date of November 6th, 2018 for ballot question regarding Ordinance #802, An Ordinance Amending Municipal Code Chapter 17.12 Residential Districts, which was passed by Council on April 23rd, 2018. Seconded by Councilperson Fischer, the motion unanimously carried.

POTENTIAL SEARCH AND RESCUE OFFICE BUILDING – 1039 MONTGOMERY STREET

            Mike Carter, Custer County Emergency Management Director, expressed an interest in Custer County taking ownership of Tract Clinic, with the Search & Rescue Organization utilizing the building. Councilperson Maciejewski moved to authorize the Mayor and City Attorney to work with Regional Health to investigate the potential of transferring Tract Clinic to the County contingent upon Custer County approval. Seconded by Councilperson Fischer, the motion unanimously carried.

NEW HIRE – PART TIME SEASONAL – TRAIL SPECIALIST

            Councilperson Maciejewski moved to approve hiring David Pickford as Part-Time Seasonal Trail Specialist effective May 22nd at $15.01 per hour. Seconded by Councilperson Blom, the motion unanimously carried.

CLAIMS

            Councilperson Maciejewski moved, with a second by Councilperson Heinrich, to approve the following claims.  The motion carried unanimously.

A & B Electric, Repair and Maintenance, $709.19

Black Hills Chemical, Supplies, $254.79

Black Hills Energy, Utilities, $13,324.87

Black Hills Power Equipment, Supplies, $301.01

Cullum’s Camping Adventures, Refund, $25.00

Chamber of Commerce, Sales Tax Subsidy, $6,531.21

California State Disbursement, Deductions, $53.19

Dakota Greens, Supplies, $276.00

Fastenal, Supplies, $500.97

First Interstate Bank, Supplies, $45.40

Hach, Repair and Maintenance, $372.46

Hawkins, Supplies, $6175.22

Image All LLC, Supplies, 32.00

Ketel Thorstenson, Professional Fees, $3,000.00

Kimball Midwest, Supplies, $241.50

KLJ, Professional Fees, $1,000.00

Lighting Maintenance Co, Repair and Maintenance, $318.46

Lynn’s Dakotamart, Supplies, $119.13

Metering & Technology Solutions, Supplies, $8,063.78

Midcontinent Testing Labs, Professional Fees, $108.00

Petty Cash, Supplies, $37.20

Power House, Repair and Maintenance, $913.88

Pace, Supplies, $251.43

Ramkota Hotel Pierre, Travel and Conference, $95.00

Regional Health Network, Sales Tax Subsidy, $33,184.06

Sanders Sanitation, Professional Fees, $7,659.71

SD DCI, Safety, $43.25

SD Department of Revenue, Licenses and Permits, $4,200.00

SD Governmental Finance Officer Association, Travel and Conference, $180.00

SD Governmental Human Resource Association, Dues, $125.00

State of SD, Sales Tax, $1,047.82

Team Lab, Repairs and Maintenance, $4,404.50

The Hartford, Insurance, $64.12

USDA Loan Payment, $8,909.99

Dakota Trading Post, Utility Deposit Refund, $41.79

Total Claims $102,609.93

DEPARTMENT HEADS & COMMITTEE REPORTS

            Various committee reports were given in addition to department heads giving an update.

ADJOURNMENT

            With no further business, Councilperson Arseneault moved to adjourn the meeting at 6:13 p.m. Seconded by Councilperson, Maciejewski, the motion carried unanimously.

ATTEST:                                                                                       CITY OF CUSTER CITY

Laurie Woodward                                                                          Corbin Herman

Finance Officer                                                                              Mayor

CRAZY HORSE MEMORIAL – MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND OPEN HOUSE

Crazy Horse, SD – Crazy Horse Memorial will host their annual Memorial Day Weekend Open House. The public is invited to Crazy Horse Memorial May 25th through the 28th. Visitors will enjoy waived admission with the donation of 3 cans of food per person for the KOTA Care and Share Food Drive. Crazy Horse Memorial offers three museums, a historic video, Korczak’s Studio-Home and Workshop, sculptures, artwork and antiques.
Memorial Day Weekend kicks off the summer festivities at the Memorial. New displays have been created in THE INDIAN MUSEUM OF NORTH AMERICA® and NATIVE AMERICAN EDUCATIONAL & CULTURAL CENTER®. featuring hands on displays.

Visitors to the Crazy Horse Memorial facilities will also enjoy Native American Dance performances during the day, every day through September 30, 2018. Guests can visit with the artists working on and selling their works. A visitor favorite, the nightly Laser Light Show starts this weekend, May 25th at dark (weather permitting). See the Mountain drenched in spectacular laser lights with wonderful narration and animation.

About Crazy Horse Memorial

Crazy Horse Memorial Foundation’s mission is to honor, protect, and preserve the culture, traditions, and living heritage of the Indians of North America. The Memorial fulfills its mission by continuing the progress on the world’s largest mountain sculpture, acting as a repository for Native American artifacts, arts and crafts through the INDIAN MUSEUM OF NORTH AMERICA® and the NATIVE AMERICAN EDUCATIONAL & CULTURAL CENTER®; by establishing and operating the INDIAN UNIVERSITY OF NORTH AMERICA®, and when practical, a medical training center for American Indians.

MOVEMENT AS GRACE

This week I came across an amazing quote,

Although we are intelligent, sensitive beings, we often think of ourselves as objects that need to be fixed.”

It comes from an article  in Pilates Style by well-known Pilates teacher, Wendy LeBlanc-Arbuckle, who has been an inspiration to me for many years.  The article is on the esoteric side, dealing with an “insider” controversy in Pilates.  But you don’t have to understand that controversy to resonate with some of her quotes.  Here are a few more:

“What ‘conversation’ are you having with your body? Are you ‘partnering with’ or ‘fighting’ gravity? Are you treating yourself as a biointelligent organism who knows how to self-regulate, adapt and self-heal, or a biomechanical machine that needs to be repaired and serviced?”

“we need to remove the mask of the ‘ideal’ body to reveal our ‘real’ body.”

“How can movement be nourishing and enlivening, rather than ‘I should do it this way’ (body schema) or ‘how I should look’ (body image)? This calls for real body awareness, for discovering our true self.”

“What can begin to inform our movement awareness is knowing that we are constantly in a state of flux throughout life, ‘shaping ourselves,’ physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually. From this potent place, we have an opportunity to embody ‘core’ as a coordinated relationship with gravity, ourselves, one another and our environment. We develop a way of being in life that is grounded, curious and empathetic—way beyond movement as a ‘thing to do.’ “

There is so much packed in to each of these quotes that I will just let you, dear reader, interpret as you will.  But one thing I would especially like to highlight is the reference to the “state of flux throughout life”.  A recurring theme throughout this blog is that all of life, including we humans, are constantly changing.  Despite the frequency with which I hear the phrase “I hate change”, it cannot be avoided.  It’s happening all the time – like it or not!

Furthermore, everything is always moving forward in time.  We can’t go back.  We might have some misguided thoughts that somehow things were better at some mythical time in the past.  But memory is faulty.  And even if that were true, it doesn’t matter.  What is real is the here and now.  And that includes our bodies.  Even if we don’t notice changes, they are happening within us and all around us.  So we can “‘partner with gravity’ (release tension) or ‘fight gravity’ (create tension)”.  Substitute the word “change” for “gravity” and you can see that there is a broader meaning here.

It seems to me that there is enough tension in the world and in our everyday lives without adding to that by fighting with our bodies.  No matter what your current status, your body is a miraculous manifestation.  You can choose to focus on your limitations, or you can recognize all of the things you are capable of.  If you are reading this, that’s just one of them!  The ability to move and breathe in any capacity is worth celebrating.  And also worth maintaining.  It is now well-known in the medical community that movement is an essential component to good health.  Move what you can move while you can move it.  It’s never too late to start and once you start you can always improve.  Things will change over time, but if you stay in “conversation” with your body, you will learn to adapt.  Here is one final quote:

“[W]hen we learn to listen to and be guided by our body wisdom, in relationship with gravity and spatial orientation, body schema begins to support our body image. We learn to embody our true selves. . . . we discover the inherent wisdom and intelligence within every cell of our body . . . we connect with the natural healing energy of the earth, and realign with our primal nature and relationship with the natural world”.

Move with that in mind and you just might be able to make peace with who you are and what you can do.

CITY OF CUSTER CITY COUNCIL AGENDA – May 21st, 2018 – City Hall Council Chambers 5:30 P.M.

1. Call to Order – Roll Call – Pledge of Allegiance

2. Approval of Agenda

3. Approval of Minutes –May 7th, 2018 Meeting

4. Declaration of Conflict of Interest

5. Public Presentations – Public Hearings – Public Comments

            a. Public Hearing – Malt Beverage & Wine License – Custer Beacon

            b. Public Hearing – Malt Beverage License Renewals

c. Resolution #05-21-18A – Fee Schedule

d. Planter Project – Girl Scouts

6. Old Business

            a.

            b.

            c.

7. New Business

            a. Minor Plat – Plat of Lots 7R of Block 6

            b. Minor Plat – Block 131 Subdivision

            c. Preliminary Plat – Plat of Tract 1 & 2 Revised of Big Rock Subdivision, Schneller Tract, & Brouillard Tract

            d. Nutmobile Request – Chamber of Commerce

            e. Referendum Petition

            f. Potential Search and Rescue Office Building – 1039 Montgomery St

            g.  New Hire – Part Time Seasonal – Trail Specialist

8.  Presentation of Claims –

9. Department Head Discussion & Committee Reports –

10. Executive Session – Personnel, Proposed Litigation, & Contract Negotiations (SDCL 1-25-2(1-4))

11. Adjournment

REMINDERS 

Public Works Committee Meeting – June 4th, 2018 4:30 P.M.

Regular City Council Meeting – June 4th, 2018 5:30 P.M.

Planning Commission Meeting – June 12th, 2018 5:00 P.M.

General Government Committee Meeting – June 11th, 2018 4:30 P.M.

Regular City Council Meeting – June 18th, 2018 5:30 P.M.

Park & Recreation Committee Meeting – June 19th, 2018 5:30 P.M.

Sustainable Light Industrial Campus (SLICe) To Hold Open House and “Ribbon Slicing”

Custer, SD – My team of partners and investors would like to extend a heartfelt thank
you to the Governor’s Office, SD Public and School Lands, the Governor’s Office of Economic
Development and the Custer Area Economic Development Corporation. Without their assistance and
information, we could not have completed this task.

We would like to announce that SLIC-e and the State have closed on the property, and SLIC-e’s
excitement to dig into the hard work ahead of us. To celebrate that, we are having an open house and
ribbon “slicing” on Friday, May 18 at 10 am. Tours and refreshments will be available on site (12279
Brady Dr, Custer, SD 57730).

As the changes to this property take place over the coming year, we believe that the Custer area
residents will be pleased with its low environmental impact, innovative technology, beauty and, most
importantly, the jobs created. This will be a low impact, highly sustainable, light industrial campus that
makes use of cutting-edge technology to introduce new industries to our area, while also providing
much-needed space for commercial and light industrial concerns in the community. This will take the
form of a leased-space business park for businesses and other projects in the start-up, growth, R&D, or
maintenance phases.

As we finalize leasing contracts with tenants, we will announce those new additions to the Southern
Hills. In the meantime, we need to roll up our sleeves and begin the next stages of our operation.

Once again, I’d like to thank everyone who made the previous stage possible. Thank you for all that you
have done up to this point, and all you will be doing over the next year. I’d also like to thank the
community for your undying support of local initiatives and businesses. You make all things possible
here in Custer

SLICe
Sustainable Light Industrial Campus
17 N 5th Street
Custer, SD 57730SLIC
Jared Carson, President
605-517-2049
605-673-3003

Custer State Park Offers National Trails Day Hikes

 

CUSTER STATE PARK, S.D. – Custer State Park will offer three guided hikes on Saturday, June 2 in recognition of National Trails Day.  The hikes will take place in Custer State Park at various locations and times.

The Prairie Trail Hike will begin at 9:00 a.m. at the Peter Norbeck Outdoor Education Center.  Participants will then travel to the Prairie Trail trailhead off the Wildlife Loop Road.  The Prairie Trail Hike is approximately three miles long and is considered a moderate hike.

The Little Devil’s Tower Hike will begin at 1:00 p.m. at the Sylvan Lake General Store Veranda.  This hike is approximately three miles long and is considered strenuous due to the steep incline and bouldering required to traverse to the peak.

The Badger Hole Historic Trail Hike will begin at 4:00 p.m. at the Badger Hole Historic Site.  This hike is approximately one mile in length and is considered an easy hike.  Participants in this hike are encouraged to come early to tour the Badger Hole Historic Site prior to the start of the hike.

There is no cost for the hikes; however, a park entrance license is required. Reservations are not required.  For more information please call 605-255-4464

AMERICAN LEGION CONDUCTS OPENING DAY CEREMONIES

By Mark Mills

Custer City, SD, May 12, 2018 – Last Saturday, formal flag ceremonies marked the official season
opening of Custer State Park’s Legion Lake Lodge. Flag raising ceremonies were conducted by
Custer Post #46, American Legion. In recognition of the American Legion’s historic ties to the
lodge, its flag was flown beneath the United States flag for opening day. At the end of the day,
the legion flag was replaced with the South Dakota state flag. Both the national and state flags
were donated to Legion Lake Lodge by Custer Post #46.

Pictured L to R; Don Hone, Dean Mills, Ernie Thornell, Tom Burke, and Ed Thompson. Not pictured, Legion Lake Lodge General Manager Jason Deuhr

Legion Lake is the original home of Custer Post #46. Each year the post ceremonially renews its
ties to its historic home. Following this year’s ceremonies, legionnaires enjoyed breakfast in the
lodge’s restaurant and marveled at the changes to the landscape and facilities of its old home.
Though time marches on, all agreed the spirit of the American Legion remains strong at Legion
Lake.

CITY OF CUSTER CITY COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS- REGULAR SESSION MAY 7th, 2018

Mayor Corbin Herman called to order the first meeting of the Common Council for the month of May 2018 at 5:30 p.m.  Present at roll call were Councilpersons Maciejewski, Heinrich, Fischer, Blom and Arseneault. City Attorney Chris Beesley was present. The Pledge of Allegiance was stated.

AGENDA

Councilperson Arseneault moved to approve the agenda. Second by Councilperson Fischer, the motion unanimously carried.

MINUTES

Councilperson Heinrich moved, with a second by Councilperson Blom, to approve the minutes from the April 30th special council meeting. The motion unanimously carried.

CONFLICTS OF INTEREST

No conflicts of interest were stated.

2017 AUDIT PRESENTATION

            Traci Hanson with Ketel Thorstenson, LLP presented the 2017 audit. Councilperson Fischer moved to accept the 2017 audit as presented.  Seconded by Councilperson Arseneault, the motion unanimously carried.

CUSTER CHAMBER OF COMMERCE PRESENTATION

            Dave Ressler along with Chamber Staff, presented an overview of the Custer Area Chamber of Commerce activities and contributions to the community.

CUSTER BID BOARD PRESENTATION

            Marcel Wahlstrom, BID Board President and Brad “Murdoc” Jurgensen with HomeSlice Media Group, present the Custer BID Board 2018 marketing campaign.

EXECUTIVE PROCLAMATION – ARBOR DAY

            Councilperson Maciejewski moved to approve the executive proclamation for Arbor Day. Seconded by Councilperson Blom, the motion unanimously carried.

EXECUTIVE PROCLAMATION

            WHEREAS, In 1872, J. Sterling Morton proposed to the Nebraska Board of Agriculture that a special day be set aside for the planting of trees, and

WHEREAS, the holiday, called Arbor Day, was first observed with the planting of more than a million trees in Nebraska, and

           WHEREAS, Arbor Day is now observed throughout the nation and the world, and

WHEREAS, trees can reduce the erosion of our precious topsoil by wind and water, lower our heating and cooling costs, moderate the temperature, clean the air, produce oxygen and provide habitat for wildlife, and

WHEREAS, trees are a renewable resource giving us paper, wood for our homes, fuel for our fires and countless other wood products

WHEREAS, trees in our city increase property values, enhance the economic vitality of business areas, and beautify our community, and

WHEREAS, trees, wherever they are planted, are a source of joy and spiritual renewal,

THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that I, Corbin Herman, Mayor of the City of Custer City, South Dakota, do hereby proclaim May 14th, 2018 to be

ARBOR DAY

in the City of Custer City, SD, and I urge all citizens to celebrate Arbor Day and to support efforts to protect our trees and woodlands.  Further, I urge all citizens to plant and care for trees to gladden the heart and promote the well-being of this and future generations.

City of Custer City

S/Corbin Herman, Mayor

ATTEST: Laurie Woodward, Finance Officer

HOMESLICE MEDIA CONTRACT – CUSTER BID BOARD

            Councilperson Fischer moved to approve the Advertising Agency Retainer Contract with HomeSlice Media for 2018 for a monthly retainer of $1,750 in addition to the cost of any media placed, with two minor changes being made to a year and county. Seconded by Councilperson Blom, the motion carried with Councilperson Maciejewski, Heinrich, Fischer, Blom and Arseneault voting yes.

TOBY BRUSSEAU PRODUCTIONS CONTRACT – CUSTER BID BOARD

            Councilperson Heinrich moved to approve the Marketing Services Agreement with Toby Brusseau Production, LLC for 2018 for a yearly total of $38,400. Seconded by Councilperson Fischer, the motion carried with Councilperson Heinrich, Fischer, Blom, Arseneault and Maciejewski voting yes.

MARKETING MANAGER CONTRACT – DOLSEE DAVENPORT – CUSTER BID BOARD

            Councilperson Heinrich moved to approve the Marketing Manager Contract with Dolsee Davenport for 2018 at a rate of $1,000 a month. Seconded by Councilperson Maciejewski, the motion carried with Councilperson Fischer, Blom, Arseneault, Maciejewski and Heinrich voting yes.

DRAINAGE EVALUATION & DESIGN SERVICES PROPOSAL – ACES

            Councilperson Maciejewski moved to table the drainage evaluation & design services proposal from ACES to allow for more information to be gathered. Seconded by Councilperson Heinrich, the motion unanimously carried.

WEST DAM RECONSTRUCTION CONTRACT AMENDMENT #3 – BANNER

            Councilperson Heinrich moved to approve the West Dam Reconstruction Contract Amendment #3 with Banner for $11,800. Seconded by Councilperson Maciejewski, the motion carried with Councilperson Blom, Arseneault, Maciejewski, Heinrich and Fischer voting yes.

MAILBOX REPLACEMENT POLICY

            Councilperson Fischer moved to approve the Mailbox Replacement Policy as presented by the Public Works Director. Seconded by Councilperson Blom, the motion unanimously carried.

CLAIMS

            Councilperson Maciejewski moved, with a second by Councilperson Heinrich, to approve the following claims.  The motion carried unanimously.

Advanced Drug Testing, Safety, $36.00

AFLAC, Insurance, $588.92

AFCME Council 65, Dues, $86.14

Battle Mountain Humane Society, Animal Control Contract, $1,000.00

Beesley Law Office, Professional Fees, $4,130.00

Black Hills Energy, Utilities, $3,363.03

Toby Brusseau Production, Bid Board Advertising, $5,600.00

Calamity Jane Winery & Mercantile, Supplies, $778.00

Century Business Products, Supplies, $201.59

Core and Main LP, Supplies, $791.88

Culligan, Repairs and Maintenance, $18.50

Chronicle, Publication, $926.70

Custer County Housing and Redevelopment Commission, Subsidy, $2,000.00

Custer Do It Best, Supplies, Repairs and Maintenance, $70.79

Custer Hospitality, Bid Board, $259.59

Custer True Value, Supplies, Repairs and Maintenance, $724.16

California State Disbursement, Deductions, $106.38

Clay County Sheriff, Safety, $15.00

Dacotah Bank, TIF #2 Payment, $8,122.07

Dacotah Bank, TIF #4 Payment, $16.41

Delta Dental, Insurance, $148.20

Discovery Benefits, Supplies, $856.92

Edward Enterprises, Cemetery Caretaker Contract, $4,571.43

EFTPS, Taxes, $12,643.92

Fastenal, Supplies, $35.80

First Interstate Bank, TIF #4 Payment, $16.40

First Interstate Bank, TIF #1 Payment, $8,705.28

First Western Insurance, Supplies, $50.00

French Creek Supply, Supplies, Repairs and Maintenance, $237.98

Golden West Telecommunications, Utilities, $614.00

Golden West Technologies, Repairs and Maintenance, $1,500.00

Golden West Technologies, Professional Fees, $673.50

Green Owl Media, Professional Fees, $140.00

Gunderson, Palmer, Nelson & Ashmore, LLP, Professional Fees, $75.00

Hawkins, Supplies, $2,816.48

Image All, Supplies, $45.50

Jenner Equipment, Repair & Maintenance, $820.26

Scott Kellogg, Supplies, $181.00

Ketel Thorstenson, Professional Fees, $12,788.76

KLJ, Professional Fees, $5,700.00

Mclain, Mitch, Bid Board, $442.55

NBS Calibrations, Repairs and Maintenance, $186.00

Petty Cash, Supplies, $396.75

Pitney Bowes, Supplies, $48.69

Quality Auto Body, Repairs and Maintenance, $95.00

Quill, Supplies, $78.73

Rapid Delivery, Professional Fees, $51.76

RYCOM Instruments INC, Supplies, $681.74

S & B Motors, Supplies, Repairs and Maintenance, $39.36

Sander Sanitation, Garbage Collection Contract, $13,422.54

SD State Long Distance, Utilities, $44.38

SD Secretary of State, Supplies, $30.00

Servall, Supplies, $165.02

Simon Materials, Repairs and Maintenance, $3,537.93

SD Department of Criminal Investigation, Safety, 173.00

SD Department of Revenue, Professional Fees, $312.50

SD Retirement System, $6,058.08

Supplemental Retirement, $620.00

Taylor Drilling Co., Repairs and Maintenance, $9,263.21

Unemployment Insurance Division of SD, $664.89

United Way, Contributions, $100.00

Verizon Wireless, Utilities, $446.14

Wellmark, Insurance, $11,519.05

Wesdak Welding and Diesel LLC, Supplies, Repairs and Maintenance, $352.00

Wright Express, Supplies, $732.15

Dicarlo, Christina, Utility Deposit Refund, $49.98

Midtown Partitions, Utility Deposit Refund, $32.87

Briah Player, Utility Deposit Refund, $21.60

Mayor & Council, $4,400.00

Finance Department, $5,822.78

Public Buildings, $2,702.41

Planning Department, $6,886.55

Public Works Department, $3,032.99

Street Department, $7,721.35

Cruisin Department, $79.10

Parks Department, $3,327.06

Water Department, $11,546.14

Wastewater Department, $11,363.87

Total Claims, $187,923.76

DEPARTMENT HEADS & COMMITTEE REPORTS

            Various committee reports were given in addition to department heads giving an update.

ADJOURNMENT

            With no further business, Councilperson Arseneault moved to adjourn the meeting at 7:05 p.m. Seconded by Councilperson, Blom, the motion carried unanimously.

ATTEST:                                                                                       CITY OF CUSTER CITY

Laurie Woodward                                                                          Corbin Herman

Finance Officer                                                                              Mayor