Proceedings_Fall River County February 4, 2021

Proceedings

Fall River County Approved Minutes of February 4, 2021
The Fall River Board of County Commissioners met in regular session on February 4, 2021. Present: Joe Allen, Les Cope, Joe Falkenburg, Heath Greenough, Deb Russell and Sue Ganje, Auditor.
The Pledge of Allegiance was given, and the meeting called to order at 9:00 a.m.
The agenda was reviewed for conflicts; none were noted. All motions recorded in these minutes were passed by unanimous vote, unless otherwise stated. The full context of the meeting can be found on the county website under Commissioners at http://fallriver.sdcounties.org, or, under Fall River County Commission, SD at http://www.YouTube.com.
Motion made by Russell, seconded by Cope, to approve the agenda as written.
Motion made by Russell, seconded by Greenough, to approve the minutes of January 7, 2021.
Motion made by Greenough, seconded by Russell, to approve the pay raise for Anthony Otteson (Jailer), from $17.50 to $18.50 per hour (4160 hours), effective January 23, 2021, as per union contract.
Motion made by Greenough, seconded by Allen, to approve the pay raise for Sydney Belt (Dispatch), from $16.50 to $17.50 per hour (2180 hours), effective February 7, 2021, as per union contract.
Motion made by Russell, seconded by Greenough, to surplus to junk a Sharp Calculator, #01148, Auditor’s Office.
Motion made by Greenough, seconded by Russell, to approve the 2021 Memorandum of Understanding between SDSU Extension and Fall River County.
Motion made by Greenough, seconded by Allen, to approve the order of incorporation for the Spirit Canyon Road District and the resolution as follows:
Fall River County Resolution #2021-6
Order for Organization and Incorporation of the Spirit Canyon Road District
Fall River County, South Dakota
WHEREAS, all voting property owners that are within the proposed district have agreed to and petitioned for the organization of the Spirit Canyon Road District, and
WHEREAS, an Election was held on February 2, 2021 asking the voters to accept or reject the formation of the Spirit Canyon Road District, with _9_ voters accepting and _0_ voters rejecting the formation of the Spirit Canyon Road District, and
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDERED, that the Fall River County Commissioners shall declare the Spirit Canyon Road District to be organized and established as a governmental subdivision of the State of South Dakota and a public body, corporate and political, effective as of today’s date, with taxing authority for the 2021 tax year payable in 2022 and after, and
BE IT FURTHER ORDERED, that the Spirit Canyon Road District be described as follows:
Lots 1 through 35 of Red Canyon Subdivision located in the E1/2 of the NE1/4 of Section 9, the NW1/4 of Section 10, and a portion of the S1/2 of the SW1/4 Section 3, T7S, R3E, Black Hills Meridian, Fall River County, South Dakota.
Dated this 4th day of February, 2021
/s/Joe Falkenburg, Chairman
Fall River County Commissioner
Attest:
/s/Sue Ganje
Fall River County Auditor
Motion made by Russell, seconded by Cope, to approve sending Greenough and Russell to the SDACC 2021 Spring workshop and Treasurer Pullen and Deputy Timmins to SDACO New Officials workshop, in Pierre, SD, March 17 and March 18, 2021.
No applications for county assistance or death expenses were presented to the board.
Frank Maynard, Emergency Management, met with the board. Motion made by Greenough, seconded by Russell, to approve the quote for Samsung – Galaxy Tab S7-11” – 256GB – with S pen in the amount of $629.99.
Motion made by Russell, seconded by Cope, to approve the single signature sheet required by L.E.M.P.G., 1st quarter, and authorize the chairman to sign.
Motion made by Cope, seconded by Allen, to approve the list of county volunteers for workman’s comp purposes as follows: Norm Pudwill, Tracy Bastian, Kevin Fees, Les Madsen, Phil Knapp, Marc Lamphere, Jan Speirs, Sally Park Hageman, Loren Seegrist and Bob Beninati. This list may be expanded during an actual event.
Maynard noted submission of the first quarter LEMPG workplan. He also spoke of the possibility of getting a part-time employee; more discussion will be held at the next meeting. Fires and incidents were reported.
Bob Evans, Sheriff, met with the board. Motion made by Greenough, seconded by Allen, to approve training for deputies and dispatch as follows:
Isnalawica Belt         Search & Seizure         Belle Fourche 1/30/21–1/31/21
Martha Jarman         Em Med Dispatch Recert         Rapid City 1/28/21
Lyle Norton             Wildfire Investigation         Rapid City 2/22/21–2/26/21
Kyle Maciejewski         Wildfire Investigation         Rapid City 2/22/21–2/26/21
Thomas McMillan         Law Enforcement Training     Pierre 3/29/21–3/31/21
Motion made by Greenough, seconded by Allen, to approve the state bid cost from Liberty Superstores Chrysler Center for a 2021 Ram 1500 Special Service, 4WD, in the amount of $30,476.00 and authorize the chairman to sign the quote.
Falkenburg commended the deputy in Edgemont for his work above and beyond the call of duty during an event in Edgemont. Evans also reported that there are 17 males and 6 females in the Fall River County Jail and 3 males in Pennington County Jail, with 1 inmate on work release, for a total of 27 inmates.
Dave Weishaupl, Building Supervisor, met with the board and presented propane quotes as follows:
1-26-21 Propane Quotes - 9,500 Gal Propane: Nelson’s: $1.18/gallon; Hi-D-Way: $1.20/gallon; McGas Propane: $1.299/gallon
Motion made by Cope, seconded by Russell, to approve the low bid from Nelson’s at $1.18 per gallon for 9,500 gallons of propane, for a total amount of $11,210.00.
Susie Hayes, Director of Equalization, met with the board. Motion made by Greenough, seconded by Allen, to approve the abatements as follows:
Parcel_Number     Abtmt Years     Amount     Abatement Reason
11000-00705-123-19     2020 pay 2021     $1,790.66     Late application for Tax Reduction Program
14000-00708-212-24     2019 pay 2020     $547.70     Asking for AG status taxes (was NA value)
65209-00100-027-00     2020 pay 2021     $1,077.17     Building destroyed in fire on 7/03/2020
85000-02017-000-10     2020 pay 2021     $682.12     Tiny Home was moved out of state in 2018
65290-00200-013-00     2019 pay 2020     $80.64     Should have been Owner Occupied-data entry error
    2020 pay 2021     $78.84     Should have been Owner Occupied-data entry error
29000-00906-111-00     2020 pay 2021     $10.26    Error in total Acres - Land was over assessed
    2019 pay 2020     $9.98     Error in total Acres - Land was over assessed
    2018 pay 2019     $11.05     Error in total Acres - Land was over assessed
    2017 pay 2018     $11.50     Error in total Acres - Land was over assessed
    2016 pay 2017     $12.22     Error in total Acres - Land was over assessed
72150-13400-004-00     2020 pay 2021     $333.33     Building damaged in fire on 3/31/2020
75180-00705-130-21     2020 pay 2021     $588.28     Building should have been on Discretionary
75290-00100-003-00     2020 pay 2021     $482.46     Error in LAND data entry-LAND was over assessed
75330-00600-004-00     2020 pay 2021     $891.94     Late application for Tax Reduction Program
75390-03100-020-00     2020 pay 2021     $608.98     Late application for Tax Reduction Program
75410-02200-002-01     2020 pay 2021     $1,829.92     Building destroyed in fire on 2/17/2020
75410-02200-003-01     2020 pay 2021     $3,850.49     Building destroyed in fire on 2/17/2020
75410-02200-007-00     2020 pay 2021     $2,593.07     Building destroyed in fire on 2/17/2020
75410-00900-010-00     2020 pay 2021     $573.25     Should have been Owner Occupied-data entry error
    2019 pay 2020     $516.34     Should have been Owner Occupied-data entry error
Dan Cullen, Veteran’s Service Officer, met with the board to discuss claims that had been acquired for veterans in the 4th quarter of 2020 and how numbers compared to last year. Commissioner Greenough thanked Cullen on behalf of veterans.
Commissioner Falkenburg addressed H.R. 127, which provides for the licensing of firearm and ammunition possession and the registration of firearms, and to prohibit possession of certain ammunition. Motion made by Cope, seconded by Allen, to approve sending a letter opposing H.R. 127 to our US Senators and Representative, and authorize the chairman to sign.
Motion made by Cope, seconded by Greenough, to approve sending a letter opposing the shutdown of the Keystone XL.
Roger Horton and Lance Russell, representing the City of Edgemont, met with the board to speak of an issue with one property that the county conveyed to the city and explained the issue. Motion made by Greenough, seconded by Cope, to waive the conflict of interest for State’s Attorney/Edgemont City Attorney to allow Russell to prepare the deed.
Motion made by Greenough, seconded by Russell, to table the deed issue for the Ezernack property in Edgemont until the next meeting.
The 1st reading of the animal ordinance, including amendment, was held as advertised. Motion made by Allen, seconded by Russell, to approve the 1st reading of the animal ordinance, including the amendment. With Greenough and Cope voting no, all others voting yes, by roll call vote, motion carries.
Randy Seiler, Highway Superintendent, met with the board. Motion made by Greenough, seconded by Russell to approve two Golden West applications for permits to occupy county highway rights-of-way: 1) from intersection of Old HWY 18 and US HWY 18 to the driveway of the residence at 27877 Old Hwy 18 (8S, 3E, Sec. 11) and 2) from an existing vault near 28558 Old HWY 18 to east approximately 2.6 miles to another existing vault.
Motion made by Greenough, seconded by Allen, to table the request for sealed bids on the 2014 Cat 140M2ASDSD motor grader until after the discussion with Butler Machinery Inc.
Motion made by Russell, seconded by Allen, to approve the following resolution:
FALL RIVER COUNTY RESOLUTION #2021-07
WHEREAS, the Fall River County Board of Commissioners did adopt the following 2021 ANNUAL LOAD RESTRICTIONS:
Fall River County will impose load limits as follows in coordination with the State Highway’s Annual Load Restrictions:
All oil roads will be posted at 7 ton, with the exception of County Road 6N aka as Look Out Road to be posted at 10 ton. These are seasonal Spring Load Limits and the restrictions will take effect when the signs are in place.
NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, this amendment was approved and passed on this 4th day of February 2021.
Joe Falkenburg, Chairman
Fall River County Board of Commissioners
Attest:
/s/Sue Ganje, Fall River County Auditor
With Greenough voting no, all others voting yes, motion carries.
Motion made by Greenough, seconded by Russell, to approve the application for a road approach permit on the north side of Shep’s Canyon, Road #71A, at approximately 75 to 100 yards from the Shagla corner west to serve a residence.
Seiler updated the board that the Igloo project has been turned over to Southern Hills Title to prove ownership; the project laid idle for a while due to a retirement; the project is starting again soon.
Hearing was held for Private Road Work.  Motion made by Allen, seconded by Greenough, to continue emergency private road work as per SDCL 31-11-41 – 31-11-45.
Discussion was also held on the Chilson Bridge and the Argentine Township Bridge; bid letting will probably be in April for both; work will be done on the Chilson Bridge this winter, pending tribal consultation.
Motion made by Allen, seconded by Russell, to approve the bills as follows:
General Fund: American Family Assurance, American Family Assurance, $549.16; Beesley Law Office, Caaf/Mi, $2,964.30; Brumbaugh & Quandahl,P.C., Garnishment, $36.36; Black Hills Energy, Utility Power Electric, $3,878.96; Black Hills R M U C, 2021 Dues, $100.00; Boston Mutual Life Ins Co, Life Insurance, $32.76; Century Business Leasing, Copier Lease And Usage, $378.98; Credit Collection Bureau, Collections, $32.81; Delta Dental Plan Of Sd, Delta Dental, $2,195.20; Eftps, Eftps Payroll Taxes, $40,683.02; En-Tech Llc, Fumigation, $410.00; Executive Mgmt Finance, Bit Network Fees, $112.75; Dude Solutions, Inc., Gis Support Contract, $265.98; Farrell,Farrell & Ginsbach, Caaf, $2,176.13; Fall River County Herald, Publication, $1,039.25; Fall River Cty Treasurer, Interst & Penalties, $53.43; Golden West Technologies, Service/Network/Server, $6,882.95; Heavy Highway Fringe, Insurance Fees, $570.00; Hills Edge Auto Sales, Maintenance, $86.67; Hot Springs Ace Hardware, Supply, $253.10; Hot Springs Automotive, Supply, $91.31; Iowa Laborers District, Health Insurance, $19,151.50; Liuna Laborers Local 620, Union Dues, $325.00; Quadient, Postage Machine Lease, $760.80; Marco, Copier Lease, $170.33; Mastercard, Card Member Services, $1,417.47; Mcnemar, Kim, Qmhp/Mi, $300.00; Mcleods Office Supply Co., Supplies, $65.56; Meade County Auditor, Inmate Housing, $80.00; Moss, William Psy.D.,Llc, Court Ordered Examination, $1,500.00; Nationwide Retirement Sol, Nationwide Retirement, $500.00; New York Life Insurance, New York Life Insurance, $65.00; Norton,Tina, Contract Nurse Inmate, $1,325.00; Child Support Payment Cnt, Child Support, $655.00; O’Neill, Justin, Caaf, $1,531.75; Quill Corporation, Office Supplies, $748.55; Reliance Standard Life, Vision Plan, $211.44; South Dakota St Treasurer, Sales Tax, $59.03; Sd Dept Of Revenue & Reg, 2021 Association Dues, $803.00; Sd Retirement System, Sdrs Contribution, $19,817.08; Sd State Attorney Assoc, 2021 Association Dues, $803.00; Servall, Rug/Uniform Service, $169.74; Skinner, Matthew L. Pc, Caaf/A&N, $8,258.12; Software Services Inc, Software Services, $4,220.00; Sonny’s Super Foods, Supply, $102.14; Sd Supplement Retirement, Sdrs Sup Retirement, $800.00; Spitzer Construction Inc, Contract Service/Snow Removal, $750.00; Springs Senior Citizens, 2021 Budget Allotment, $4,100.00; Stevens Automotive, Service, $44.79; United Way Black Hills, United Way Donation, $60.00; Van Diest Supply, Supply, $2,350.00; Verizon Wireless, Cell Phone Plan, $747.43; Yellow Robe, Luke, Investigation, $1,500.00; Miles, Sasha, Blood Draw, $75.00; Commissioners, January Salaries, $4,100.00; Auditor’s Office, January Salaries, $20,260.57; Auditor’s Office, Overtime, $7.50; Treasurer’s Office, January Salaries, $15,295.23; Treasurer’s Office, Overtime, $65.31; State’s Attorney’s Office, January Salaries, $14,802.10; State’s Attorney’s Office, Overtime, $319.38; Maintenance, January Salaries, $11,141.81; Maintenance, Overtime, $15.75; Assessor’s Office, January Salaries, $18,298.23; Assessor’s Office, Overtime, $6.75; Register Of Deeds Office, January Salaries, $11,282.66; Register Of Deeds Office, Overtime, $9.75; Veteran’s Service Office, January Salaries, $4,013.36; Gis Office, January Salaries, $3,960.15; Sheriff, January Salaries, $31,690.60; Sheriff, Overtime, $1,745.78; Jail, January Salaries, $25,569.19; Jail, Overtime, $2,207.42; Coroner, January Salaries, $150.00; Nurse’s Office, January Salaries, $4,186.73; Extension Office, January Salaries, $2,558.50; Extension Office, Overtime, $78.75; Weed & Pest Office, January Salaries, $4,073.44; Total For General Fund: $312,098.81
County Road & Bridge: A & B Welding Supply Co., Welding Supplies/Lease, $34.41; American Family Assurance, American Family Assurance, $350.88; Black Hills Energy, Utility Power Electric, $872.53; Bomgaars, Supply, $303.89; Butler Machinery Co., Supplies/Repairs, $1,231.46; Dakota Fluid Power Inc, Parts, $405.27; Dale’s Tire & Retreading, Tire Parts/Supply, $600.46; Delta Dental Plan Of Sd, Delta Dental, $471.00; Floyd’s Truck Center, Repairs/Parts, $308.81; Eftps, Eftps Payroll Taxes, $9,847.50; Fall River County Herald, Publication, $22.32; Glass Pro +, Service/Repair, $55.00; Heavy Highway Fringe, Insurance Fees, $150.00; Hot Springs Ace Hardware, Supply, $4.27; Hot Springs Automotive, Auto Supply Parts, $438.27; Iowa Laborers District, Health Insurance, $3,920.00; Liuna Laborers Local 620, Union Dues, $125.00; Mg Oil, Inventory/Supply, $1,387.10; Newman Traffic Signs, Signage, $1,989.13; Reliance Standard Life, Vision Plan, $39.54; Rapid Delivery, Delivery, $14.38; Safety-Kleen Systems, Inc, Supplies, $124.47; Sd Dept Of Transportation, State Cost Share Roe, $58.15; Sd Retirement System, Sdrs Contribution, $5,024.60; Seiler, Randy, Cell Phone Reimbursement, $75.00; Highway Department, January Salaries, $41,626.93; Highway Department, Overtime, $244.82; Total County Road & Bridge: $69,725.19
911 Surcharge Reimbursement: American Family Assurance, American Family Assurance, $67.21; Century Business Leasing, Copier Lease And Usage, $80.77; Credit Collection Bureau, Collections, $302.86; Delta Dental Plan Of Sd, Delta Dental, $418.30; Eftps, Eftps Payroll Taxes, $7,467.32; Heavy Highway Fringe, Insurance Fees, $90.00; Iowa Laborers District, Health Insurance, $2,693.50; Liuna Laborers Local 620, Union Dues, $100.00; Portfolio Recovery Assoc., Garnishment, $202.41; Reliance Standard Life, Vision Plan, $6.33; Sd Retirement System, Sdrs Contribution, $3,725.70; Simunek, Trina, Uniform Reimbursement, $47.48; Verizon Wireless, Cell Phone Plan, $42.04; Dispatch, January Salaries, $27,973.60; Dispatch, Overtime, $1,412.07; Total For 911 Surcharge Reimbursement: $44,629.59
Emergency Management: Eftps, Eftps Payroll Taxes, $1,472.73; Glass Pro + , Service/Repair, $92.96; Golden West Technologies, Service/Network/Server, $8.50; Marco, Copier Lease, $38.90; Sd Retirement System, Sdrs Contribution, $616.82; Verizon Wireless, Cell Phone Plan, $84.08; Fr Emergency Management Office, January Salaries, $5,140.22; Total For Emergency Management: $7,454.21
24/7 Sobriety Fund: Eftps , Eftps Payroll Taxes, $285.06; Sd Department Of Health, Blood Draw 24/7, $240.00; Sd Retirement System, Sdrs Contribution, $21.84; 24/7 Office, January Salaries, $1,868.75; Total For 24/7 Sobriety Fund: $2,415.65
Courthouse Building Fund: Builder’s First Source, Supply, $41.97; Hot Springs Ace Hardware, Supply, $2.07; Total For Courthouse Building Fund: $44.04
Total Paid Between 1/22/21 And 2/4/21: $436,367.50
Break was taken at 9:58 a.m. and the meeting reconvened at 10:03 a.m.
Public comment was heard from Commissioners about taxes, with Commissioner Russell noting discussions she has had with Bob Wilcox, Director of the SDACC on the increasing sales issue. Director of Equalization Hayes spoke of the upcoming conference that the Fall River Equalization office will be hosting this spring, and that she will speak and get feedback from other Directors on the tax issue. Public comment was also heard from Susan Henderson on stock markets, banks and paving Shep’s Canyon’s Road.
Jerry Heiser, Butler Machinery Inc., met with the board to present a quote on a 2021 motor grader, and gave a review on the machine, noting the cost reflects a $121,250.00 government discount. Cope questioned cost to add additional warranty for three years, with Heiser noting the cost of $15,753, but to add years when the new machine is purchased or coverage for the power train and hydraulics is lost.
Motion made by Russell, seconded by Allen, to approve requesting sealed bids on the 2014 140M2AWDSD motor grader, to be opened March 4, 2021. With Cope and Greenough voting no, all others voting yes, motion carries.
Motion made by Russell, seconded by Allen, to purchase the 2021 Caterpillar, model #150-15AWD Motor Grader, stock number M029153 from Butler Machinery Inc. in the amount of $333,038.04. With Cope and Greenough voting no, all others voting yes, by roll call vote, motion carries.
Richard Murphy met with the board. Motion made by Allen, seconded by Russell, to approve owner occupied status for pay ’21 taxes, contingent on the Edgemont City Council decision.
Motion made by Russell, seconded by Allen, to approve the Guaranteed Valuation – Forward Purchase Contract from Butler Machinery Company to repurchase the equipment for $136,000.00 at the end of 7 years from the date of delivery or 7000 hours of operation as record by the equipment, whichever occurs first. With Cope and Greenough voting no, all others voting yes, motion carries.
John McBride, Andersen Engineers, met with the board. Motion made by Greenough, seconded by Allen, to approve the following resolution:
Fall River County Resolution #2021-08
A Plat of Noland Tract 1 and Noland Tract 2 of Section 17, T8S, R5E, BHM, Fall River County, South Dakota
WHEREAS, there has been presented to the County Commissioners of Fall River County, South Dakota, the within plat of the above described lands, and it appearing to this Board that the system of streets conforms to the system of streets of existing plats and section lines of the county; adequate provision is made for access to adjacent unplatted lands by public dedication or section line when physically accessible; all provisions of the county subdivision regulations have been complied with; all taxes and special assessments upon the property have been fully paid; and the plat and survey have been lawfully executed; now and therefore,
BE IT RESOLVED that said plat is hereby approved in all respects.
Dated this 4th day of February, 2021.
/s/Joe Falkenburg, Chairman
Fall River County Board of Commissioners
Attest:
/s/Sue Ganje
Fall River County Auditor
Motion made by Allen, seconded by Greenough to approve the following resolution:
Fall River County Resolution #2021-09
A Plat of McClure Tract, located in Govt. Lot 3 of Section 1, T9S, R4E, BHM, Fall River County, South Dakota
WHEREAS, there has been presented to the County Commissioners of Fall River County, South Dakota, the within plat of the above described lands, and it appearing to this Board that the system of streets conforms to the system of streets of existing plats and section lines of the county; adequate provision is made for access to adjacent unplatted lands by public dedication or section line when physically accessible; all provisions of the county subdivision regulations have been complied with; all taxes and special assessments upon the property have been fully paid; and the plat and survey have been lawfully executed; now and therefore,
BE IT RESOLVED that said plat is hereby approved in all respects.
Dated this 4th day of February, 2021.
/s/Joe Falkenburg, Chairman
Fall River County Board of Commissioners
Attest:
/s/Sue Ganje
Fall River County Auditor
Motion made by Russell, seconded by Allen, to approve the following resolution:
Fall River County Resolution #2021-10
A Plat of Lot 14R & Tract Seger 2 of Tract Seger 1 Revised, located in the NW1/4 of Section 15, T8S, R6E, BHM, Fall River County, South Dakota
Formerly Lot 14 and Tract Seger-1 Revised
WHEREAS, there has been presented to the County Commissioners of Fall River County, South Dakota, the within plat of the above described lands, and it appearing to this Board that the system of streets conforms to the system of streets of existing plats and section lines of the county; adequate provision is made for access to adjacent unplatted lands by public dedication or section line when physically accessible; all provisions of the county subdivision regulations have been complied with; all taxes and special assessments upon the property have been fully paid; and the plat and survey have been lawfully executed; now and therefore,
BE IT RESOLVED that said plat is hereby approved in all respects.
Dated this 4th day of February, 2021.
/s/Joe Falkenburg, Chairman
Fall River County Board of Commissioners
Attest:
/s/Sue Ganje
Fall River County Auditor

Sue Ganje, Auditor, met with the board to present a recap of monies received from Covid -19 Cares Act expenses submitted and reimbursed, and asked to send county liens to the collection agency. Motion made by Allen, seconded by Greenough, to authorize sending unpaid liens to Credit Collections. A follow up will be brought back to the board.
Discussion was held on resolution #2020-09 (Covid19). Motion made by Greenough, seconded by Allen, to table item until the second meeting in February.
Lance Russell, State’s Attorney, met with the board to advise that Edie Jenniges will be retiring May 5, 2021 and they will start advertising for the position now, with hire approval at a later date.
Motion made by Russell, seconded by Greenough, to enter executive session, as per SDCL 1-25-2(1) personnel – Evaluation of Highway Supt as per SDCL 31-11-1, and Evaluation of 4-H Youth Program, and SDCL 1-25-2(3) legal purposes, at 11:29 a.m.
The board came out of executive session at 11:48 a.m.
Motion made by Russell, seconded by Allen, to appoint Randy Seiler as Highway Superintendent as per SDCL 31-11-1 for a term of January 2021 through January 2023. With Greenough voting no, all others voting yes, motion carries.
Motion made by Allen, seconded by Cope, to adjourn at 11:50 a.m.
/s/Joe Falkenburg
Joe Falkenburg, Chairman
Board of Fall River County Commissioners
Attest:
/s/ Sue Ganje
Sue Ganje, Fall River County Auditor
Published once at the total approximate cost of $374.18
Published: Feb. 25, 2021

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