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FORT PIERRE CITY COUNCIL

REGULAR MEETING

November 7, 2011

 

The regular meeting of the Fort Pierre City Council was called to order by Mayor Tidball at 7:30 pm.  Members present for Roll Call were Bernhard, Briggs, Gabriel, Rathbun, and Paul.  Officials present were Cromwell, Heezen, Lawrence, and Thorson.

 

Agenda.  Rathbun moved and Bernhard seconded to approve the agenda.  Motion passed on Voice Vote. 

 

Consent Calendar.  Paul moved and Rathbun seconded to approve the following Consent Calendar items:  10/1711 Minutes; Raffle Permit-Oahe Hockey Assn-11/21/11; Raffle Permit-Stanley County 7th Grade Class-11/16/11.  Motion passed on Voice Vote.

 

Ord #947 Rezone from Ag to Res C.  Bernhard moved and Paul seconded to approve Ord #947 as recommended by Planning and Zoning to rezone Lots 11 & 12 Ranchland Estates, subdivision of the S ½ NW ¼ and N ½ SW ¼ of Section 29, Township 5 North, Range 31 East BHM from Agriculture to Residential C.  Motion passed on Voice Vote, with Briggs opposing.

 

Levee Removal Pay Request #1 – Sharpe.   Paul moved and Gabriel seconded to approve pay request #1 from Sharpe Enterprises for levee removal in the amount of $261,450, keeping a 10% retainer for segments under 50% complete and a 5% retainer for segments over 50% complete as per bid specs. Motion passed on Voice Vote.

 

7th Ave Sewer Repair CCO 1 & 2.  Lawrence indicated that 2 change orders were needed on the 7th Ave Sewer Project: 1) when the storm sewer was installed, flowable fill was used and not adequately noted in the records, and  2) contractor needed to pull and reset more storm drain where it tied into Fogal.  Briggs moved and Paul seconded to approve the CCOs.  Motion passed on Voice Vote.

 

7th Ave Sewer Repair Pay Request-CCI.  Gabriel moved and Briggs seconded to approve pay request from CCI for repairs to 7th Ave sewer in the amount of $131,191.17, keeping a 5% retainer until the line can be televised to ensure proper functioning of the line.  Motion passed on Voice Vote.

 

Resolution #20111-12 Water Agreement with West River/Lyman Jones.  The following resolution was considered:

RESOLUTION NO. 2011-12

 

A RESOLUTION APPROVING THE AGREEMENT FOR WATER PURCHASE AND AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO SIGN SAID AMENDMENT.

 

WHEREAS, the City of Fort Pierre seeks to continue to purchase water by entering into another agreement between the City of Fort Pierre and West River Lyman Jones Rural Water to purchase rural water for 100% of the municipal water demand; and

 

WHEREAS, West River Lyman Jones has sufficient capacity to sell water to the City of Fort Pierre;

 

NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the agreement for water purchase effective during 2012 with West River Lyman Jones is hereby approved and that the Mayor and Finance Officer are authorized to execute the same.

 

Bernhard moved and Briggs seconded to approve resolution 2011-12.   Motion passed on Voice Vote, with Rathbun opposed.

 

Claims.  The following non-flood related claims were submitted:

American Red Cross

       275.00

 

Midwest Turf & Irrigation

         817.63

Asphalt Zipper

    4,298.40

 

Midwest Turf & Irrigation

           94.18

AT&T Mobility

       222.38

 

Morris

      1,698.53

Best Western Ramkota Hotel

       355.86

 

Noble Ink & Toner

         110.98

Border States Electric Supply

       575.34

 

Northwest Pipe Fittings

         707.20

Border States Electric Supply

         38.64

 

Northwest Pipe Fittings

           92.68

Brosz Engineering

    1,120.00

 

PryntComm

         158.00

Brosz Engineering

       510.00

 

Running's Supply

         189.85

Brosz Engineering

    1,260.00

 

Running's Supply

         114.69

Capital Journal

       265.27

 

Running's Supply

           70.87

Central Caissons

       100.00

 

Running's Supply

           47.48

Central Collections Inc.

           9.66

 

S.D. Department of Revenue

           91.00

Central Collections Inc.

         55.42

 

S.D. Public Assurance Alliance

    38,583.24

Century Business Products

       177.40

 

S.D. Public Assurance Alliance

      1,800.00

CenturyLink

       748.02

 

Sam Tidball

         161.32

Christy Lumber

       120.00

 

Smith's Fire Extinguisher

         358.70

Community Youth Involved

    2,500.00

 

Stanley County

         950.00

DeWild Grant Reckert and Associates Company

       102.00

 

Tieszen Law Office

      6,588.93

DeWild Grant Reckert and Associates Company

       116.00

 

Tim & Juanita Hughes

         150.00

Eddie's Truck Sales

       138.53

 

Titan Machinery

      5,300.00

Eddie's Truck Sales

         24.70

 

United Way

             7.73

Eddie's Truck Sales

         32.70

 

United Way

             7.73

Eddie's Truck Sales

       103.42

 

United Way

             7.73

Eddie's Truck Sales

         84.52

 

West Central Electric Co-op

      2,937.50

Eddie's Truck Sales

       301.81

 

West Central Electric Co-op

         288.02

Eddie's Truck Sales

         47.60

 

West River/Lyman Jones Rural Water

      9,769.95

Fastenal Company

         45.88

 

WW Tire Service

           70.00

Fastenal Company

       120.62

 

WW Tire Service

           70.70

Friman Oil & Gas Inc.

       387.54

 

WW Tire Service

           59.73

Glass Products

  16,000.00

 

Zander Auto Parts

         772.17

Heart of the Earth

       129.80

 

Zander Auto Parts

         429.57

Jim Hauge

       212.15

 

Zander Auto Parts

         (15.00)

Klein's Office Plus

         23.08

 

Zep Manufacturing Company

           76.47

Locators & Supplies

       553.68

 

 

 

Locators & Supplies

       101.50

 

Total

  103,724.50

 

 

 

 

And the following flood related claims were submitted:

Anderson Contractors

         660.00

Discharge hose

 

A-Tech Sewer

    10,290.00

Pump rental, hose with fittings

 

Brosz Engineering

      2,820.00

Benchmark work 5/24/11-5/27/11

 

Central Caissons Inc

      6,512.70

Levee Maintenance 9/12-9/24/11

 

Central Caissons Inc

  131,191.17

7th ave sewer repair less 5% retainage

 

DPS

  199,268.04

2011 Flood use supplies

 

Ferding Electric

         403.57

Temp power to 1231 Hamilton Ct.

 

King Electric

         404.08

Service conductors

 

Morris

    21,761.08

Sandbag Removal and Disposal 9/23-9/30/11

 

Morris

      3,051.79

Sandbag Removal and Disposal 10/1/11

 

Morris

    20,602.04

Loading charges for levee

 

Morris

           42.96

PVC Cement, primer, bushing

 

Morris

           12.11

Couplers, bushing, elbows

 

Morris

           39.20

Couplers, slip fix

 

Morris

           42.90

Slip fix, compression coupling

 

Morris

           64.77

Couplers, slip fix

 

Morris

           11.72

Couplers

 

Morris

           39.35

Glue, primer

 

Morris

           94.42

Slip fix, bushing, couplers, tee

 

Morris

           30.05

Couplers, adapters, elbows, bushings

 

Morris

           29.94

Bushings, Tees

 

Morris

           13.08

Couplers

 

Morris

           22.49

Bushings, tees, coupler, adapter

 

Northwest Pipe Fittings

         101.72

Split Couplers

 

Northwest Pipe Fittings

         353.60

Dual wall culverts

 

Northwest Pipe Fittings

         916.70

Gaskets, adapters

 

Northwest Pipe Fittings

      1,321.20

Gaskets

 

Sharpe Enterprises

  261,450.00

levee removal less retainage of $24,150

 

Titze Electric

           62.22

Hookup meter pedestal at 2732 Dunes Dr.

 

Titze Electric

           64.95

Hookup meter pedestal at 2712 Dunes Dr.

 

Titze Electric

           60.20

Hookup meter pedestal at 2709 Hamilton Ct.

 

Todd's Electric

         310.00

labor for temp service - 2709 Hamilton Ct.

 

Todd's Electric

           67.50

Hookup pedestal at 2709 Hamilton Ct.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bernhard moved and Paul seconded to pay the claims as submitted. Motion passed on Voice Vote

 

Reports. 1.) Heezen reported on pws processed to date, funds drawn from the state loan, & funds received as reimbursement from federal and state government for flood related expenses.  2.) Heezen reported that the City is no longer required to have a public hearing for liquor license renewals, but they can have one if they choose to.  The Council indicated their approval to not have a public hearing.  3.) Lawrence reported on the need for debris management at disposal sites & the need to address restrictions on the use of material deposited at the stockpile sites.  He indicated that some levee removal contracts might need amended due to restrictions placed on the use of stockpile material & the corresponding need to use alternate sites.  4.) Lawrence reported on the intent to remap the floodplain next spring using the measured water surface profile that was recorded during the flood.  5.) Lawrence reported that MRES staff scanned electrical switches with infrared equipment to assist us in finding damages from the flood.  They also inspected the 115 kV switch.  6.) Tidball reported that damage to City property/infrastructure located on land leased from GF&P will not be eligible for FEMA reimbursement due to the COE establishing a flowage easement on the property.  7)  Tidball reported that WAPA plans to upgrade their substation and the City would be responsible for 12.5% of an estimated $1.7 million.  8.) Barbara Shoup-Anderson addressed the council with concerns of animal neglect in her neighborhood.  9.)  Karst approached the council with concerns on timing for getting his property re-platted.  He was advised that P&Z would be the next step that he needed.

 

Adjournment.  With no further business, Tidball declared the meeting adjourned at 8:30 p.m.

 

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