Proceedings_Fall River County May 6, 2021

Proceedings

Fall River County Unapproved Minutes Of May 6, 2021
The Fall River Board of County Commissioners met in regular session on May 6, 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 Greenough, seconded by Russell, to approve the agenda with the amendment to change the longevity pay for Anthony Otteson to $25.00, rather than $20.00, per month.
Motion made by Russell, seconded by Greenough, to approve the minutes for April 1 and April 15, 2021. Consolidate Board minutes from April 15, 2021 and April 22, 2021 were not available.
Motion made by Russell, seconded by Allen, to approve the Auditor’s Account with the Treasurer as follows:
Auditor’s account with the County Treasurer to the Honorable Board of Fall River County Commissioners:
I hereby submit the following report of my examination of the cash and cash items in the hands of the County Treasurer of this County on this 31st day of March 2021.
Total Amount of Deposit in First Interstate Bank, HS: $1,653,412.90
Total Amount of Deposit in First National Bank, Lead: $1,000.00
Total Amount of Cash: $1,533.46
Total Amount of Treasurer’s Change Fund: $900.00
Total Amount of Checks in Treasurer’s Possession Not Exceeding Three Days: $57,072.51
Savings: First Interstate Bank, HS: $309,900.73, First National Bank of Lead: ICS Acct $1,044,642.25
Certificates Of Deposit: First Interstate, HS: $772,669.12, Black Hills Federal Credit Union, HS: $250,000.00, Bank of the West, HS: $538,178.84, Schwab Treasury: $273,871.98, First National Bank, Lead: $306,046.60, Black Hills Community, Rapid City: $805,786.21, Liberty National, Sioux Falls: $4,000,000.00,
Itemized list of all items, checks and drafts that have been in the Treasurer’s possession over three days: Register of Deeds Change Fund: $500.00, Highway Petty Cash: $20.00, Election Petty Cash: $15.00
Returned Checks: Brun, Cyril 9/2/2020 $806.60; Schmit, Troy 10/20/2020 $85.60; Caveye, Russell 10/26/2020 $64.77
Total: $10,016,506.57
Dated This 31st Day of March 2021.  
/s/Sue Ganje, County Auditor of Fall River County
County Monies: $9,277,112.05  
Held for other Entities: $539,776.92  
Held in Trust: $199,617.60  
Total: $10,016,506.57  
The Above Balance Reflects County Monies, Monies Held in Trust, and Monies
Collected for and to be remitted to Other Entities: Schools, Towns, and State.
The board reviewed a Notice of Disinterment Permit affecting Fall River County.
Motion made by Russell, seconded by Cope, to approve the pay raises for Anthony Otteson (Jailer), $25 per month longevity, effective during May payroll, as per union contract and Crispeen Stover (Register of Deeds), $13.00 to $14.00 as per union contract, (2080 hours), effective April 28, 2021, as per union contract.
Motion made by Greenough, seconded by Russell, to approve pay raises for Rachel Hosterman (Sheriff’s Office), $14.00 to $16.00, (1040 hours), 6-month review, effective April 21, 2021 and Amy Rhoads (Extension), $14.00 to $16.00, (1040 hours), 6-month review, effective April 6, 2021, as per union contract.
Motion made by Cope, seconded by Allen, to approve the request to appoint Jerry Shagla to fill the vacancy on the Hot Springs Rural Fire District Board of Directors, as per SDCL 34-31A-15.1.
Motion made by Allen, seconded by Greenough, to approve sending a letter to Governor Noem, requesting consideration to add Solar Energy Facilities to financial security requirements for decommissioning wind turbines in SDCL 49-41B-39.
Motion made by Greenough, seconded by Cope, to approve travel for Lance Russell, State’s Attorney, to attend the SA Association meeting, May 4 through May 6, 2021, Deadwood, to include per diem as needed.
Motion made by Russell, seconded by Greenough, to approve a temporary liquor license for Winner’s Circle on June 5, 2021 at Lindsay Livesay residence, 27523 Snow Ln, Hot Springs, SD 57747.
Motion made by Cope, seconded by Greenough, to table the county poor application until 11:00 a.m.
Frank Maynard, Emergency Management, met with the board. Motion made by Greenough, seconded by Russell, to approve Memorandum of Understanding between the USDA Forest Service and Fall River County for Cooperative Frequency Use.
Maynard reported that during the Statewide tornado drill held on April 21, the sirens in Edgemont and Oelrichs didn’t function. Rushmore Communications are working to correct the issue. Maynard also reported on the required paperwork that was submitted to OEM on April 29th; attending the Planning Information Exchange; that the Kawasaki ATV has been repaired for $755.82, and that the water sample analysis for the South Annex has been completed, the water quality is good. Fires and incidents were reported.
Nina Steinmetz, Weed and Pest, met with the board. Motion made by Greenough, to keep the 4-wheeler and sprayer for a spare or use during fires. Motion dies for a lack of a second.
Motion made by Russell, seconded by Cope, to surplus to sell the 2001 Honda 4 x 4, and sprayer, and advertise for sealed bids, to be opened at the June 3, 2021 meeting at 9:30 a.m.
Discussion was held on the 1990 Chevrolet pickup, agreeing to put it on the next county surplus sale.
Motion made by Cope, seconded by Allen, to advertise for part-time summer help to spray and monitor mosquitoes and other projects, with a starting wage of $11.00 per hour.
Dan Cullen, Veteran’s Service Officer, met with the board, to present the 1st quarterly report. Discussion was held on completing the annual Veteran’s Benefit Administration Computer Training, meeting with the VA suicide prevention coordinator to discuss community assistance, filing of claims, benefits, assisting veterans in filing for their military records, State Veterans Home applications, burial benefits and headstones. 70 awards for disability or pension were noted, for a total of $311,410.01 this quarter.
Jessica Hamar, representing the Oelrichs Senior Citizens on meals, met with the board to discuss the meals for seniors as The Office is no longer open. Hamar provides the meals from her home for typically 3 – 5 people; she is certified through Serv Safe.
Motion made by Greenough, seconded by Allen, to check the legalities with State’s Attorney Russell on continuing the support by the county for meals provided in a location without a certified commercial kitchen, but with a Serv Safe certificate.
The 2021 – 2022 Malt Beverage and SD Wine License Hearing was held as advertised. Motion made by Cope, seconded by Greenough, to approve the 2021 – 2022 Malt Beverage and SD Wine License renewals, and authorize the chairman to sign. Renewals were approved for the following businesses: Angostura Den Inc.; Coffee Cup Fuel Stop #9 Hot Springs; Common Cents Food Store; Forney’s Standard Service; Hidden Lake Campground and Resort LLC; Hot Springs, SD KOA; Inferno on the Beach; Pirates and the Stateline Casino.
Greenough discussed the May 26, 2021 meeting that will be held at the Mueller Center on taxes, and the need for legislation to prevent increased taxes due to the current sales which are above the current market values. The public is invited.
Discussion was held on Powertech Industries Inc. (subsidiary of Azarga Uranium) and their recent motion for conference status in Pierre. Approximately 10 individuals spoke in opposition of the proposed uranium mining in Fall River and Custer County, voicing concerns on environmental issues and the risk of contaminating aquifers. Motion made by Allen, to rescind the May 25, 2013 motion to not intervene. Motion dies for lack of a second. Discussion continued on risks, water usage, officers of the corporation being from Canada, and possibility of Russian ownership.
Suzanne Starr, Director of Policy and Legal Services, SD Unified Judicial System, met with the board to discuss the Rural Attorney Recruitment program. She advised how the process worked; monies that the county, state and SDUJS would provide and how the program encourages young attorneys to return to rural areas. Cole Romey from Oelrichs would be the candidate for Fall River County this year. This item will be on the next agenda.
Motion made by Russell, seconded by Cope, to approve the bills as follows:
General Fund: American Family Assurance, American Family Assurance, $549.16; Cura Hospitality, Inmate Food/Supply, $12,117.43; Banks, Bridgette, Court Reporter, $136.80; Brumbaugh & Quandahl, P.C., Garnishment, $36.36; Black Hills Energy, Utility Power Electric, $3,621.84; Bomgaars Supply, Supply, $27.08; Boston Mutual Life Ins Co, Life Insurance, $32.76; Century Business Leasing, Copier Lease & Usage, $1,270.51; Cheyenne Sanitation, Sanitation Collection, $371.73; Cody, Denise, Qmhp/Mi,  $18.00; Colbath, Angela M, Caaf/Mag/Juv, $25,231.34; Credit Collection Bureau, Collections, $32.81; Culligan Soft Water, Rental/Supply, $223.50; Delta Dental Plan Of Sd, Delta Dental, $2,304.40; Eftps, Eftps Payroll Taxes, $41,784.29; Edgemont Public Library, 2021 Budget Allotment, $4,000.00; En-Tech Llc, Fumigation, $410.00; Executive Mgmt Finance, Bit Network Fees, $204.35; Dude Solutions, Inc., Gis Support Contract, $313.85; Fall River Historical Society, 2021 Budget Allotment, $6,000.00; Fall River Health Service, Inmate Medical, $1,329.30; Farrell, Farrell & Ginsbach, Caaf, $6,306.30; Fall River County Herald, Publication, $641.60; Golden West, Phone Bill/Long Distance, $2,305.56; Heavy Highway Frings, Insurance Fees, $600.00; Hillyard/Sioux Falls, Supply, $226.60; Hot Springs Ace Hardware, Supply, $252.16; Hot Springs Ambulance, Cpr Class, $90.00; Hot Springs Automotive, Supply, $71.41; City Of Hot Springs, City Water Bill, $681.87; Hot Springs Public Library, 2021 Budget Allotment, $20,000.00; The Hr Specialist, Subscription, $137.00; Hr Specialist: Employment, Subscription, $179.00; Iowa Laborers District, Health Insurance, $19,935.50 Karpel Solutions, Annual Contract, $1,650.00; Katterhagen, Mark, Qmhp/Mi, $33.00; Liuna Laborers Local 620, Union Dues, $350.00; Lewno, Lucy, Qmhp/Mi,  $343.02; Lockwood, Darcy, Qmhp/Mi, $15.00; Lynn, Jackson, Shultz, Abuse And Neglect, $257.40; Lynn’s Dak. Mart Pharmacy, Inmate Pharmacy, $2,907.87; Quadient Leasing Usa, Inc, Postage Machine Lease, $760.80; Mastel, Bruce, Database Setup & Monitoring, $35.00; Mcleods Office Supply Co.,  Supplies, $169.90; Meade County Auditor, Inmate Boarding, $80.00; Microfilm Imaging Systems, Scanning Equipment Lease, $202.50; Midcontinent Testing, Inc, Water Testing, $40.00; Monument Health, Inmate Medical, $102.91; Nationwide Retirement, Nationwide Retirement, $500.00; Quadient Finance Usa, Inc,  Postage, $1,426.87; New York Life Insurance, New York Life Insurance, $65.00; Norton, Tina, Contract Nurse Inmate, $1,250.00; Nutrien Ag Solutions, Supply, $1,184.30; Child Support Payment Cnt, Child Support, $655.00; Olson’s Pest Technicians, Fumigation, $350.00; O’Neill, Justin, Caaf, $3,599.69; Pennington County Jail, Transportation, $381.10; Pennington County,  Qmhp/Mi,  $201.00; Quill Corporation, Office Supplies, $88.26; Reliance Standard Life, Vision Plan, $211.44; Sdacc, Catastrophic Legal, $2,939.00; Sd Dept Of Revenue, Auto/Mi State Remitt, $1,283.26; Sd Office Of Child & Family, Quarterly Public Hearing, $3,269.50; Sd Retirement System, Sdrs Contribution, $20,510.54; Sd Secretary Of State, Notary Fee, $60.00; Servall, Rug/Uniform Service, $587.50; Shrm, Subscription, $219.00; Software Services Inc, Software Services, $4,960.00; Sonny’s Super Foods, Supply, $161.86; Sd Supplement Retirement, Sdrs Supplement Retirement, $800.00; Steven’s Automotive, Service, $380.80; Norton, Mikayla, Blood Draws, $900.00; Trugreen Commercial, Service, $42.24; United Way Black Hills, United Way Donate, $60.00; Verizon Wireless, Cell Phone Plan, $547.51; Western First Aid & Safety, 1St Aid Supply, $208.26; Yankton Co Treasurer, Papers Served, $100.00; Bastian, Tracy, Pilot $100.00; Behrens, Donna, Mileage Reimbursement $21.42; Miles, Sasha, Blood Draw, $150.00; Commissioners, April Salaries, $4,100.00; Auditor’s Office, April Salaries, $19,662.10; Auditor’s Office, Overtime, $35.98; Treasurer’s Office, April Salaries, $15,190.98; Treasurer’s Office, Overtime, $268.14; State’s Attorney’s Office, April Salaries, $14,386.63; State’s Attorney’s Office, Overtime, $583.19; Maintenance, April Salaries, $9,103.31; Maintenance, Overtime, $59.52; Assessor’s Office, April Salaries, $17,739.88; Register Of Deed’s Office, April Salaries, $11,048.66; Register Of Deed’s Office, Overtime, $22.15; Veteran’s Service Office, April Salaries, $4,013.36; Gis, April Salaries, $3,960.15; Sheriff, April Salaries, $21,663.20; Sheriff, Overtime, $5,386.74; Jail, April Salaries, $24,876.59; Jail, Overtime, $3,876.35; Coroner, April Salaries, $450.00; Nurse’s Office, April Salaries, $4,023.39; Extension Office, April Salaries, $3,261.20; Extension Office, Overtime, $42.00; Weed & Pest, April Salaries, $4,205.69; Total For General Fund: $373,562.67
County Road & Bridge: A & B Welding Supply Co., Welding Supplies/Lease, $204.62; Advance Drug Testing, Random Employee Drug Test, $78.00; American Family Assurance, American Family Assurance, $350.88; B H Electric Coop Inc., Utility Hwy Electric, $66.08; Black Hills Energy, Utility Power Electric, $609.92; Bomgaars, Supply, $143.50; Brosz Engineering, Inc., Engineering, $5,097.50; Butler Machinery Co., Supplies/Repairs, $9,440.59; Cheyenne Sanitation, Sanitaion Collection, $74.00; City Of Edgemont, City Of Edgemont Water, $84.10; Dale’s Tire & Retreading, Tire Parts/Supply, $701.10; Delta Dental Plan Of Sd, Delta Dental, $471.00; Floyd’s Truck Center, Repairs/Parts, $183.52; Eftps, Eftps Payroll Taxes, $9,890.80; Fall River Auto Supply, Auto Parts/Repair, $216.59; Forward Distributing, Supplies/Parts, $73.60; Fall River County Herald, Publication, $44.00; Golden West, Phone Bill/Long Distance, $257.43; Heavy Highway Fringe, Insurance Fees, $150.00; Hot Springs Ace Hardware, Supply, $35.57; Hot Springs Automotive, Auto Supply Parts, $702.06; City Of Hot Springs, City Water Bill, $27.52; Ricoh Usa Inc, Contract Service, $75.00; Iowa Laborers District, Health Insurance, $3,920.00; Liuna Laborers Local 620, Union Dues, $125.00; Lawson Products, Supply, $433.40; Nelsons Oil & Gas Inc., Utilites, $19,794.72; Newman Signs Inc., Signage, $396.30; Reliance Standard Life, Vision Plann, $39.54; Safety-Kleen Systems, Inc, Supplies, $700.72; Sd Retirement System, Sdrs Contribution, $5,041.86; Seiler, Randy, Cell Phone Reimbursement, $75.00; Western First Aid & Safety, 1St Aid Supply, $152.01; Higwhay Department, April Salaries, $40,963.81; Higwhay Department, Overtime, $1,051.91; Total County Road & Bridge: $101,671.65
911 Surcharge Reimbursement: American Family Assurance, American Family Assurance, $67.21; Century Business Leasing, Copier Lease And Usage, $104.11; Credit Collection Bureau, Collections, $302.86; Delta Dental Plan Of Sd, Delta Dental, $418.30; Eftps, Eftps Payroll Taxes, $5,386.50; Golden West, Phone Bill/Long Distance, $777.93; Heavy Highway Fringe, Insurance Fees, $90.00; Iowa Laborers District, Health Insurance, $2,693.50; Liuna Laborers Local 620, Union Dues, $75.00; Reliance Standard Life, Vision Plan, $6.33; Sd Retirement System, Sdrs Contribution, $2,782.47; Verizon Wireless, Cell Phone Plan, $42.05; Dispatch, April Salaries, $20,972.03; Dispatch, Overtime, $2,232.00; Total For 911 Surcharge Reimbursement: $35,950.29
Emergency Management: Black Hills Powersports, Maintenance, $755.82 Eftps, Eftps Payroll Taxes, $1,522.73; Golden West, Phone Bill/Long Distance, $145.86; Hot Springs Automotive, Supply, $203.16; Jensen, Ed, Spotter, $60.00; Sd Retirement System, Sdrs Contribution, $616.82; Verizon Wireless, Cell Phone Plan, $84.10; Fr Emergency Management, April Salaries, $5,140.22; Total For Emergency Management: $8,528.71
24/7 Sobriety Fund: Eftps Eftps Payroll Taxes, $259.44; Sd Retirem,Ent System Sdrs Contribution, $28.07; 24/7 Office April Salaries, $1,703.00; Total For 24/7 Sobriety Fund: $1,990.51
M & P Relief: Microfilm Imaging Systems, Scanning Equipment Lease, $165.00; Total For M & P Relief: $165.00Courthouse Building Fund: Hot Springs Ace Hardware, Supply, $1.32; Electrical Engineering, Repair, $3,747.88; Total For Courthouse Building Fund: $3,749.20
 Total Paid Between 4/16/21 And 5/6/21: $525,618.00
Break was taken at 10:13 a.m. and the meeting reconvened at 10:21 a.m.
Public comment was heard from Commissioner Falkenburg who presented a Proclamation of Appreciation to Edie Jenniges, who is retiring from the State’s Attorney’s office, for her service to the county. Debra Johnston, Sarah Peterson, Rajni Lerman and Mary Helen Pederson spoke of opposition to uranium mining.
Randy Seiler, Highway Superintendent, met with the board and presented fuel quotes as follows:
4/19/2021 Fuel Quotes 7,500 Gal 50/50 blend #1 and #2 Diesel
Nelson’s: $2.64/gallon
Hi-D-Way: No Bid
MG Oil: No Bid
Motion made by Russell, seconded by Allen, to accept the low bid from Nelson’s for $2.64 per gallon for 7,500 gallons of 50/50 Red diesel, for a total amount of $19,800.00.
Discussion was held on the incoming solar farm that will be along County Road #4A. The board requested Seiler to negotiate for road repairs, as he does with the oil industry and other agreements on county roads. A representative from the solar farm will be coming to a future meeting.
Motion made by Russell, seconded by Allen, to approve travel for Seiler to attend the Summer meeting in Pierre, June 9th and 10th, 2021.
Motion made by Greenough, seconded by Allen, to advertise for sealed bids on the Argentine Township Bridge, Project BRO 8024(00)19-1, to be opened June 3, 2021, at 10:20 a.m.
Seiler updated the board that the Tribe had visited about the Chilson Bridge – no response has been given yet. Jerry Heisinger and Ken Martin are retiring. County roads are now being graveled.  Jim Angell reported that Old 18 and Rocky Ford Road are looking great. The new road grader should be coming soon; gravel samples have been taken from the Fall River County pit, and Greenough noted how well the LTAP training went.
Vince Logue, Deputy Sheriff, reported that there are 15 males and 4 females in the Fall River County Jail, with 3 males in the Pennington County Jail, for a total of 22 inmates.
Brief discussion was held with Director of Equalization Hayes on a public presentation at the Mueller Center from 3:00 pm to 5:00 p.m. on May 26, 2021 to discuss non-ag sales, and tax options.
Stacey Martin, GIS, met to provide more updates on the Ag Soil table, with a power point presentation of the preliminary report about the Fall River County agriculture land valuation changes. Martin noted the increased values in the county due to the change of class 4 soils to crop rather than grass. This preliminary report is based on the soil table issued by the SD Department of Revenue in July of 2020 (currently being reviewed). Prior to the new table, 14% of Ag land in the county was designated as crop soil, the new table shows an increase to 42% crop soils. Martin’s presentation included original and new weighted averages; the use of weighted ratings to calculate the top dollars on crop and non-crop soils, and the new values using the new weighted rate x acres x the new top dollars. Her presentation further showed the effect of new top dollars, breaking soils into 3 groups and changes to the weighted averages. The power point on the Ag Land Table Report is on youtube.com. under Fall River Commission, SD.
Dustin Ross, Andersen Engineers, met with the board. Motion made by Russell, seconded by Greenough, to approve the following resolution:
Fall River County Resolution #2021-24
A Plat of Lot 6 of Shep’s Canyon Estates Subdivision, located in Section 22, 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 6th day of May, 2021.
/s/Joe Falkenburg, Chairman
Fall River County Board of Commissioners
Attest:
/s/Sue Ganje
Fall River County Auditor
 Motion made by Greenough, seconded by Cope, to approve the following resolution:
Fall River County Resolution #2021-25
A Plat of Lot 3B of Shep’s Canyon Estates Subdivision, located in Section 22, 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 6th day of May, 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 Greenough, to take the County Poor application off the table.
Motion made by Russell, seconded by Greenough, to deny CP#2021-02.
 The following people presented budget requests for 2022:
Sandra Swenson, Hot Springs Senior Citizens
Randy ‘Uriah’ Luallin, Fall River County Historical Museum
Sue Ganje, Auditor, presented the March 31, 2021 General Fund Surplus Analysis for review, noting the need to remove certain designations as they are no longer needed. Motion made by Russell, seconded by Cope, to remove prior designations of $50,000 for Bridge #24-135113 and $53,000 for election equipment, and approve additional designations of $22,500.00 for the rural attorney recruitment program, $200,000.00 for gravel, and $196,000.00 for cash balance to be applied in future budgets.
Ganje also spoke on SB 152 – County’s issuance of off-sale liquor licenses. Prior to July 1, 2021, action is needed to set the fee for the off-sale liquor licenses and determine how the commission will allocate the 4 available licenses to applicants. Ganje noted that there may be an opportunity to set a License Purchase fee and is working with the State’s Attorney on that. Motion made by Russell, seconded by Allen, to table the discussion on SB 152 and issuance of off-sale liquor licenses.
Stacey Martin, GIS, met with the board, to speak of maps sent to counties by the state to determine GIS accuracy. Fall River county was one of 5 counties meeting all the accuracy requirements on the initial test. The state needs 98% accuracy to transition to the Next Gen 911 System. Martin also presented information on the procedure used to name roads, referring to situations where landowners do not agree. In general, GIS determines if it meets rules in place. At certain times, a vote is taken by landowners. Martin questioned the board on procedure when there is disagreement and presented some options on road naming. Those voicing complaints can meet with the board until a different procedure is considered.
Motion made by Allen, seconded by Cope, to enter into executive session, as per SDCL 1-25-2(1) personnel purposes for an exit interview with Edie Jenniges at 11:54 a.m.
Meeting resumed at 12:03 p.m.
Motion made by Russell, seconded by Greenough, to adjourn at 12:04 p.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 $273.72
Published: June 10, 2021

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