MINUTES OF THE
NEW UNDERWOOD CITY COUNCIL
A regular meeting of the New Underwood City Council was held at 6:00 p.m. at the Community Center on September 7, 2016. Present were: Mayor Jack Trullinger, Councilmembers: Teresa Gossard, Laurie Holloway, and Kathy Trullinger. Absent: Karin Shoemaker. Also present: Meri Jo Anderson, Finance Officer, Tim Hall, Dir. of Public Works, Deputy McPherson, Sgt. Harkins, Lt. Morrison, Randy Madsen, Mike Holloway, and Dianne Trullinger.
Motion by K. Trullinger second by Gossard to approve the agenda. Aye: all. Motion carried.
Moved by Holloway second by K. Trullinger to approve the August 17, 2016 minutes as presented. Aye: all. Motion carried.
FINANCIAL REPORT & BILL LIST
The financial reports, bill-list and vouchers were presented. Moved by K. Trullinger second by Holloway to approve the financial reports and the following warrants as presented. Aye: all. Motion carried.
August bills payable September 7, 2016
Salaries – Mayor & Council – 1239.06 Finance Office – 3375.90 Public Works – 5899.37 Swim Pool – 6051.83; Mileage Finance – 180.36; Merchant Bank (visa charges) – 37.30; Bev Taylor (CC supplies) – 81.33; Amy Caringi (roller) – 60.00; IRS (SS & FWT) – 4427.07; Wellmark (health ins) – 1384.23; SDRS (Aug) – 1018.32; WREA (Service) –1617.40; Golden West (Service) –290.46; RC Landfill (dump fees) – 2256.16; SD State Treasurer (Sales Tax) – 339.79; Adams (sanders motor) – 282.86; Sams Club (SP Concessions & phone cards, supplies) – 521.95; Kieffer Sanitation (dump roll off) – 320.00; Sanitation Products (valve GT) – 230.30; Pool & Spa (chemicals & labor) – 946.09; Mastercard (pool cover, supplies, parts, toner) – 602.13; Midcontinent (SP Tests) – 34.00; Jenner Equip (bobcat bristles) – 375.06; NASASP (dues) – 39.00; BJ’s (batteries & tea) – 31.58; RC Regional (physical) – 85.00; Great Western Tire (distributor) – 357.23. TOTAL: $32083.78
SPECIAL REVENUE FUND
Larry Phillips (hauling chips) – 818.94; Lee Phillips (hauling chips) – 677.82; Mark Phillips (hauling chips) – 327.06; Pete Lien & Sons (chips) – 4549.31; Hills Material (oil for chips) – 21496.32; Johnson Machine (wheel bolt) – 8.07. TOTAL: $27877.52
WREA (Service) – 867.95; WRT (radium removal charge) – 2103.75; Hawkins (chemicals) – 1480.00; Omni Site (alarm) – 25.00; One Call (locate tickets) – 24.15 . TOTAL: $4500.85
WREA (service) – 87.35; Omni-Site, Inc. (alarm) – 25.00. TOTAL: $112.35
MEETING DATE CHANGE
Due to the SDML Conference the City Council’s first meeting in October will be October 3, 2016.
Starting October 1st all garbage will be picked up on Tuesdays. That is the only day the garbage route will be run, so everyone is to put their garbage out by 6:00 a.m. on Tuesday starting October 4th.
AMENDMENT ALCOHOL ORDINANCE NUMBER 16-05
Ordinance Number 16-05 received its second reading conforming to state law.
ORDINANCE NUMBER 16-05
ARTICLE II SECTION V
CITY OF NEW UNDERWOOD
AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND ORDINANCE NUMBER 13-02 DEALING WITH ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES OF THE CITY OF NEW UNDERWOOD
BE IT ORDAINED by the Common Council of the City of New Underwood, Pennington County, South Dakota that the following specified sections of Article II Section V are hereby amended as follows: (*Note: underlines are additions, strikethroughs are deletions)
Sec. 4-8. Classification, information, limitations, and cost of alcoholic beverage licenses.
- (3), (5), (12), (17A)
- per day; per day.
Sec. 4-9. On-sale and off-sale service restricted and consumption restricted.
(3), (5), (9), (12), (16), (17), (17A), (18)
Sec. 4-12. Open container permitted.
Notwithstanding anything herein to the contrary:
(1) No regular on-sale malt beverage licensee may sell or allow to be consumed any malt beverage outside the building of the licensed premises unless the licensee’s business operates out of a permanent structure and the consumption of the malt beverage occurs in an outdoor designated area located on the premises of the licensee which is approved by the common council.
(2) The sale and consumption of alcoholic beverages on a sidewalk or walkway subject to a public right-of-way abutting a licensed premises, provided that the license holder derives more than fifty percent of its gross receipts from the sale of prepared food for consumption on the licensed premises. The sidewalk or walkway subject to a public right-of-way shall be immediately adjacent to and abutting the licensed premises. This section does not apply to any federal-aid eligible highway unless approved in accordance with the applicable requirements for the receipt of federal aid.
Notwithstanding the provisions of 35-4-75, the sale and consumption of alcoholic beverages is permitted on the sidewalk or walkway subject to a public right-of-way abutting the licensed premises. The sidewalk or walkway subject to the public right-a-way shall be immediately adjacent to and abutting the licensed premises.The sidewalk or walkway subject to a public right-a-way where the sale and consumption of alcoholic beverages is permitted does not constitute a public place as defined in 35-1-5.3 The sale and consumption shall have the same hours as permitted for the on-sale license.
Authorization: 35-4-11.4, 35-4-14.2,
Jack W. Trullinger, Mayor
Meri Jo Anderson, Finance Officer
First reading: August 17, 2016;
Second reading: September 7, 2016;
Publish Date: September 15, 2016;
Effective Date: October 5, 2016
Motion by K. Trullinger second by Gossard to approve the second reading. Roll call vote. Aye: Gossard, Holloway, K. Trullinger. Nay: none. Motion carried.
Randy Madsen spoke to the Council about a variance to place a different single wide on a single lot along Pine Street. The Mayor read the city ordinances that govern mobile homes on single lots and they must be at least 20 feet wide, and the variance ordinance. The Council agreed it did not fit the criteria necessary for a variance. With regret it was moved by Holloway second by Gossard to deny this variance request. Aye: all. Motion carried.
BP#16-18; Jerry Cook; 403 S. “B” Ave. – Shed
Motion by K. Trullinger second by Holloway to approve this permit. Aye: all. Motion carried.
BP#16-19; Joe & Jessica Weishaar; 106 S. Madison; Shed
Moved by Gossard second by Holloway to approve this permit. Aye: all. Motion carried.
BP#16-20; Kent Joy; 110 S. “D” Ave; fence
Motion by Holloway second by K. Trullinger to approve this permit if he meets the 6 inch into the property line set backs off the street and alley. Aye: all. Motion carried.
BP#16-21; Chris & Kimberly Stamp; 109 S. “C” Ave; Move on mobile home
Moved by Gossard second by K. Trullinger to approve this permit. Aye: all. Motion carried.
OTHER ITEMS DISCUSSED:
- SDML Conference October 5-7, 2016 in Rapid City. All the Council and Public Works staff plan on attending.
- Public Works is finished chip sealing.
- Reading Meters will start in about a week. So everyone can expect a visit from Public Works.
- Deputy McPherson presented his written monthly report and introduced Lt. Dustin Morrison.
Being no further business Mayor Trullinger adjourned the meeting at 6:38 P.M.
(Seal) Meri Jo Anderson, Finance Officer