MINUTES OF THE
NEW UNDERWOOD CITY COUNCIL
A regular meeting of the New Underwood City Council was held at 6:00 p.m. in the Community Center on September 21, 2011. Present were: Mayor Jack Trullinger, Council member’s: Rikka Buchtel, Laurie Holloway, John Torrey, and Joe Whitney. Also present: Finance Officer Meri Jo Anderson, Dir. Of Public Works John Bale, Travis Lasseter, Cris Allen, Mike Holloway, Dianne Trullinger, Jim & Kathy Harbert, Joel Whipple, Monty Sandel, and Carl Olsen. The meeting was called to order by Mayor Trullinger.
GROUND STORAGE TANK BID
No bids were received on the ground storage tank. Motion by Whitney second by Torrey to advertise the tank in the SDML magazine. Aye: all. Motion carried.
Moved by Whitney second by Torrey to approve the amended agenda. Aye: all. Motion carried.
Motion by Torrey second by Buchtel to approve the September 7, 2011 minutes as presented. Aye: all. Motion carried.
Mr. Bale reported all bridge reflectors on, pool winterized, working on alley between “C” & “D”, and doing yearly meter readings. Public thanked Mr. Bale on the good job he did on the streets especially Janklow.
2012 BUDGET ORDINANCE
Budget Ordinance Number 11-07 received its first reading.
ORDINANCE NUMBER 11-07
Be it ordained by the City of New Underwood that the following sums are appropriated to meet the obligations of the municipality for the year 2012:
101 GENERAL FUND
410 General Government $113,025.00
420 Public Safety $38,897.00
429 Flood Control $6,000.00
430 Public Works $67,200.00
432.3 Solid Waste $64,600.00
450 Cultural & Recreation $45,950.00
455 Library $1,000.00
456 Community Center $25,619.00
TOTAL GENERAL FUND $362,291.00
200 SPECIAL REVENUE
430 Public Works $21,000.00
432.3 Solid Waste $27,000.00
432 Sewer $3,500.00
433 Water $7,300.00
TOTAL SPECIAL REVENUE $58,800.00
432 TOTAL SEWER $45,712.00
433 TOTAL WATER $126,300.00
TOTAL BUDGETED EXPENSE $593,103.00
101 GENERAL FUND
310 Taxes (property & sales tax) $198,493.00
320 License & Permits $6,250.00
330 State & County Shared $21,250.00
340 Solid Waste $60,500.00
360 Miscellaneous $69,060.00
370 Trust & Agency $3,500.00
212 Special Revenue Fund $44,000.00
TOTAL GENERAL REVENUE $403,053.00
381 WATER $128,050.00
382 SEWER $62,000.00
TOTAL MEANS OF FINANCE $593,103.00
The County Auditor is hereby authorized and instructed to spread the following taxes upon the property in said City of New Underwood, South Dakota:
Tax Dollars required to finance budget: General Fund $150,827.00
REAL TAX LEVY REQUEST $150,827.00
Meri Jo Anderson, Finance Officer Mayor Jack W. Trullinger
First Reading September 7,2011
Second Reading September 21, 2011
Publish Date: September 29, 2011
Effective Date: October 19, 11
Motion by Whitney second by Buchtel to approve the second reading of Ordinance Number 11-07. Roll call vote. Aye: Buchtel, Holloway, and Whitney. Nay: Torrey. Motion carried.
AMENDMENT TO ALCOLHOL BEVERAGE ORDINANCE
ORDINANCE NUMBER 11-08
AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND ARTICLE II; SECTION V; ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES.
BE IT ORDAINED by the Common Council for the City of New Underwood that Article II; Section V; Alcoholic Beverages be amended to read as follows:
Sec. 4-8. Classification, information, limitations, and cost of alcoholic beverage licenses.
(6) The City may issue
i. The application permit (see attached) must be completed and filed with the Finance Office prior to the event & hearing.
(7) Spiking Permits
c. The application permit (see attached) must be completed and filed with the Finance Office.
Jack W. Trullinger, Mayor
Meri Jo Anderson, Finance Officer
First reading: September 7, 2011
Second reading: September 21, 2011
Publish Date: September 29, 2011
Effective Date: October 19, 2011
Motion by Whitney second by Buchtel to approve the second reading of Ordinance Number 11-08. Roll call vote. Aye: Buchtel, Holloway, Torrey, and Whitney. Motion carried.
INTERSECTION OF HWY 14/16 & 161ST AVENUE
A letter was received from Pennington County Highway Superintendent Heine Junge requesting the City Council’s opinion on the signage at the intersection of highway 14/16 and 161st avenue. After much discussion it was moved by Buchtel second by Whitney to place a yield sign on 161st Avenue and remove the stop sign on the east side of 1416 and let it be a through street. Roll call vote. Aye: Buchtel, Holloway, and Whitney. Nay: Torrey. Motion carried. Moved by Buchtel second by Holloway that a letter be sent to Mr. Junge and Commissioner Peterson to inform them of the Council’s wishes. Aye: all. Motion carried. The Council would also like to request the county place a flashing yellow light by the yield sign for at least three months, so citizens get accustomed to this change.
SUPPLEMENTAL BUDGET ORDINANCE
Supplemental Budget Ordinance Number 11-09 received its first reading. Motion by Buchtel second by Holloway to accept the first reading of Ordinance Number 11-09. Aye: all. Motion carried.
11-21; Joel Whipple; 16118 Hwy 1416; Lean-to; Variance request on set backs. Motion by Torrey second by Whitney to approve this permit noting that Mr. Whipple understands that he is building in an utility easement area and builds at his own risk in this area. Aye: all. Motion carried.
11-22; Travis Madsen; 701 S. “A” Ave.; Fertilizer Containment built to state codes & 100’ X 60’ bldg. Moved by Whitney second Torrey to approve this permit. Aye: all. Motion carried.
Other items discussed:
- Municipal League conference in Sioux Falls October 4-7. (Trullinger, Holloway, Anderson attending.) City Council meeting date changed to October 12.
- Monthly Governmental Funds Sheets presented.
- Mayor Trullinger presented the surface water discharge compliance inspection report and his written responses.
Being no further business Mayor Trullinger adjourned the meeting at 6:40 p.m.
(Seal) Meri Jo Anderson, Finance Officer