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City Council Minutes: 1/28/2020

Brookings City Council

January 28, 2020


The Brookings City Council held a meeting on Tuesday, January 28, 2020 at 6:00 PM, at City Hall with the following City Council members present: Mayor Keith Corbett, Council Members Patty Bacon, Leah Brink, Dan Hansen, Nick Wendell, and Ope Niemeyer. Absent: Council Member Holly Tilton Byrne. City Attorney Steve Britzman, City Manager Paul Briseno, and City Clerk Bonnie Foster were also present.


6:00 PM REGULAR MEETING

Consent Agenda:  A motion was made by Council Member Hansen, seconded by Council Member Bacon, to approve the Consent Agenda. The motion carried by the following vote: Yes: 6 - Corbett, Niemeyer, Hansen, Brink, Bacon, and Wendell; Absent: 1 - Tilton Byrne.

3.A. Action to approve the agenda.

3.B. Action to approve the January 14 and January 21, 2020 City Council Minutes.

3.C. Action on Resolution 20-007, a Resolution authorizing the City Manager to sign a Wine Operating Agreement 5-year renewal for ERL, LLC, dba The Depot, 921 20th St. So., Kathy McClemans, Robb McClemans, and Liz McClemans-Novak, owners, legal description: Lot 7, Block 13, McCleman’s Addition.

Resolution 20-007 - ERL, LLC, dba The Depot

Wine On-Sale Alcoholic Beverage Operating Agreement 5-year Mid-Term Renewal


Be It Resolved by the City of Brookings, South Dakota, that the City Council hereby

approves a Lease Renewal Agreement for the On-Sale Wine Alcoholic Beverage

Management Agreement between the City of Brookings and ERL, LLC, dba The Depot,

Kathy McClemans, Robb McClemans, and Liz McClemans-Novak, owners, for the

purpose of a manager to operate the on-sale establishment or business for and on behalf of the City of Brookings at 921 20th St. So.: legal description: Lot 7, Block 13,

McCleman’s Addition.


Now, Therefore, Be It Further Resolved that the City Manager be authorized to execute

the Agreement on behalf of the City, which shall be for the remaining five (5) years of the ten (10) year agreement.

3.D. Action on Resolution 20-004, a Resolution authorizing Change Order No. 1 (Final) for 2019-07STI Asphalt Concrete Freight on Board Project; Bowes Construction, Inc.

Resolution 20-004 - A Resolution Authorizing Change Order No. 1 (Final),

for 2019-07STI Freight On Board Project; Bowes Construction Inc.


Be It Resolved by the City Council that the following change order be allowed for

2019-07STI Freight on Board Project: Construction Change Order Number 1 Final.

Adjust estimated bid quantities to “as-built” quantities for a total decrease of $36,517.41

to close out the project.


Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Contest Awards Presentation.  In celebration of Dr. King’s birthday, the Brookings Human Rights Commission sponsored a poster contest for intermediate school students and an essay contest for middle school and high school students to help students reflect on Dr. King’s ideas and their impact on the community. This year’s theme for the poster contest was "In the end, we will remember not the words of our enemies, but the silence of our friends.” Mayor Keith Corbett presented the winners with the following awards: Grade 4 Poster Contest: 1st Place - Tyler Davis, 2nd Place - Dante Martinson, 3rd Place – Shawna Nupen, Honorable Mention - Allyson Couser. Grade 5 Poster Contest: 1st Place – Tavyn Jae Everding, 2nd Place - Autumn Brink, 3rd Place - Honor Naughton, Honorable Mention - Alexis (Lexi) Erp. Middle School Essay Contest: 1st Place - Anika Hooda, 2nd Place - Shae Lefers, 3rd Place - Taya Haselhorst. High School Essay Contest: 1st Place - Grace Enz, 2nd Place - Cherish Stern, 3rd Place - Victoria Diersen.


SDSU Student Association Report.  Hattie Seten, SDSU Students Association Government Affairs Chair, provided an update on SDSU happenings to the City Council and public.


Brookings Municipal Liquor Store Presentation.  Brookings Municipal Liquor Store Manager Janet Coplan provided an overview of the Municipal Liquor Store to the City Council and the public.


Resolution 20-009.  A motion was made by Council Member Hansen, seconded by Council Member Bacon, that Resolution 20-009, a Resolution to approve the purchase of a 2020 Fire Engine from Toyne, Inc., Breda, IA / Allegiant Emergency Services, Sioux Falls, SD, through Sourcewell Contract #022818-TOY, be approved. The motion carried by the following vote: Yes: 6 - Corbett, Niemeyer, Hansen, Brink, Bacon, and Wendell

Absent: 1 - Tilton Byrne.


Resolution 20-009 - Resolution to approve the purchase of a 2020 Fire Engine from

Toyne, Inc., Breda, IA / Allegiant Emergency Services, Sioux Falls, SD, through

Sourcewell Contract #022818-TOY.


Whereas, the City of Brookings Fire Department requests to purchase a 2020 Fire

Engine from Toyne, Inc., Breda, IA / Allegiant Emergency Services, Sioux Falls, SD,

through Sourcewell Contract #022818-TOY; and


Whereas, the 2020 Fire Engine will replace a 2001 Fire Engine. Replacement of Fire

Engines occur on an 18-year basis in order to reduce maintenance costs and

breakdowns; and


Whereas, the overall price for the 2020 Fire Engine from Toyne, Inc., Breda, IA /

Allegiant Emergency Services, Sioux Falls, SD, is $605,243.00; and


Whereas, Toyne, Inc., Breda, IA / Allegiant Emergency Services, Sioux Falls, SD, is

offering a trade-in value of $65,000.00 for the 2001 Fire Engine; and


Whereas, the 2020 CIP has a budgeted amount of $150,000.00 to cover the first

installment.


Now, Therefore, Be It Resolved that the contract from Toyne, Inc., Breda, IA / Allegiant

Emergency Services, Sioux Falls, SD, in the amount of $540,243.00 be accepted.


Resolution 20-014.  A motion was made by Council Member Niemeyer, seconded by Council Member Hansen, that Action on Resolution 20-014, a Resolution authorizing a Interfund Loan from the Landfill Fund to the Fire Department to be used for the purchase of a 2020 Fire Engine. be approved. The motion carried by the following vote:

Yes: 6 - Corbett, Niemeyer, Hansen, Brink, Bacon, and Wendell; Absent: 1 - Tilton Byrne.


Resolution 20-014 - Resolution Authorizing a Interfund Loan

from the Landfill Fund to the Fire Department

to be used for the purchase of a 2020 Fire Engine


Whereas, the Brookings Fire Department is purchasing a 2020 Fire Engine and desires

to finance a portion of the purchase price using an Interfund Loan from the Brookings

Landfill Fund; and


Whereas, in accordance with SDCL 9-22-24, the City is authorized, upon approval of the City Council, to loan unrestricted cash from one fund to another fund of the City; and


Whereas, it is in the best interests of the City of Brookings to finance the purchase of

said fire equipment internally through a Interfund Loan from the Landfill Fund to the Fire

Department Fund.

                                                           

Now, Therefore, Be It Resolved, that the City Manager is directed to execute an Interfund Loan from the Landfill Fund to the Fire Department Fund, providing an annual interest rate of 1.55%, payable as follows:

Principal: $540,243

Interest: 1.55%

Term: 6-year term, 1 payment per year


FIRST READING – Ordinance 20-003.  Introduction and First Reading was held on Ordinance 20-003, an Ordinance Authorizing Supplemental Appropriation No. 2 to the 2020 Budget. Second Reading: February 11, 2020.


Ordinance 20-002.  A motion was made by Council Member Hansen, seconded by Council Member Brink, that Ordinance 20-002, an Ordinance authorizing Supplemental Appropriation No. 1 to the 2020 Budget, be approved. The motion carried by the following vote: Yes: 6 - Corbett, Niemeyer, Hansen, Brink, Bacon, and Wendell; Absent: 1 - Tilton Byrne.


Temporary Liquor Application.  A public hearing was held on a Temporary Liquor Application from St. Thomas More Catholic School, to operate within the City of Brookings, South Dakota, on February 1, 2020, for a Winter Gala and Grand Auction to be held at 1700 8th Street South.  A motion was made by Council Member Niemeyer, seconded by Council Member Hansen, that the Temporary Liquor Application be approved.  Yes: 6 - Corbett, Niemeyer, Hansen, Brink, Bacon, and Wendell; Absent: 1 - Tilton Byrne.


Resolution 20-010.  A public hearing was held on Resolution 20-010, a Resolution of Intent to Lease Real Property at Brookings Airport to Madison Aircraft, LLC. A motion was made by Council Member Bacon, seconded by Council Member Niemeyer, that Resolution 20-010 be approved. The motion carried by the following vote: Yes: 6 - Corbett, Niemeyer, Hansen, Brink, Bacon, and Wendell; Absent: 1 - Tilton Byrne.


Resolution 20-010 - A Resolution of Intent to Lease Real Property at Brookings Airport to Madison Aircraft, LLC


Be It Resolved by the governing body of the City of Brookings, South Dakota, that the

City of Brookings intends to enter into a Lease with Madison Aircraft, LLC for a period of

five (5) years, commencing on January 1, 2020 and ending December 31, 2024 and

pertaining to the following described property:  4,096 square feet in Lot U1, Airport Hangar Addition Number One, Section 26, Township 110 North, Range 50 West of the 5th P.M., City of Brookings, County of Brookings, State of South Dakota.


The lease will be payable annually by the last day of January of each year and subject to increases set by the Brookings City Council. The 2020 lease amount will be five hundred thirty-two dollars and forty-eights cents ($532.48) payable January 31, 2020.


The City of Brookings may terminate this Lease with sixty (60) days notice.


Be It Further Noted, that a Public Hearing on this Resolution was held on January 28,

2020 at 6:00 o’clock P.M. in the Chambers at the Brookings City and County

Government Center and that all persons were given an opportunity to be heard on the

intent to lease real property.


Resolution 20-011.  A public hearing was held on Resolution 20-011, a Resolution of Intent to Lease Real Property at Brookings Airport to Civil Air Patrol, Inc. A motion was made by Council Member Hansen, seconded by Council Member Brink, that Resolution 20-011 be approved. The motion carried by the following vote: Yes: 6 - Corbett, Niemeyer, Hansen, Brink, Bacon, and Wendell; Absent: 1 - Tilton Byrne.


Resolution 20-011 - Resolution of Intent to Lease Real Property

to Civil Air Patrol, Inc.


Be It Resolved by the governing body of the City of Brookings, South Dakota, that the

City of Brookings intends to enter into a Lease with Civil Air Patrol, Inc., for a period of

five (5) years, commencing on February 1, 2020 and ending December 31, 2024 and

pertaining to the following described property: approximately 1,040 square feet in the

Brookings Airport Terminal Building in Section 26-T110N-R50W, City of Brookings,

South Dakota.


The Lease will be in the amount of eighty-four dollars and forty-two cents cents ($84.42)

per month, payable by the first day of each month. The lease amount will be increased

3% beginning on January 1st of each year. The Lessor or Lessee may terminate this

Lease with a notice of 30 days.


Be It Further Noted, that a public hearing on this Resolution was held on January 28,

2020 at 6:00 o’clock P.M. at the Chambers at the City & County Government Center and that all persons were given an opportunity to be heard on the intent to lease real property.


Resolution 20-012.  A motion was made by Council Member Bacon, seconded by Council Member Brink, that Resolution 20-012, a Resolution Amending the Consolidated Fee Schedule, be approved. The motion carried by the following vote:

Yes: 6 - Corbett, Niemeyer, Hansen, Brink, Bacon, and Wendell; Absent: 1 - Tilton Byrne.

(Published separately from City Council Minutes on 1/31/2020).


Resolution 20-013.  A motion was made by Council Member Niemeyer, seconded by Council Member Hansen, that Resolution 20-013, a Resolution Authorizing the City Manager to sign a Memorandum of Understanding between the South Dakota Department of Transportation (SDDOT) and the City of Brookings for the 20th Street South BUILD Project, be approved. The motion carried by the following vote:

Yes: 6 - Corbett, Niemeyer, Hansen, Brink, Bacon, and Wendell; Absent: 1 - Tilton Byrne.


Resolution 20-013 - A Resolution Authorizing the City Manager to Sign Memorandum of

Understanding between the South Dakota Department of Transportation (SDDOT) and

the City of Brookings for the 20th Street South BUILD Project


Whereas, the Brookings City Council desires the construction of a new interchange at

Interstate 29 and 20th Street South in Brookings, SD; and


Whereas, the project will be added into the Statewide Transportation Improvement

Program and given project number EM 0295(45)130 and PCN 020V; and


Whereas, the City has been awarded a federal “Better Utilizing Investments to Leverage

Development (BUILD)” Grant in the amount of $18,677,630.00 towards the project; and


Whereas, the City has requested the State of South Dakota to function as the

administrator for the Project along with the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA); and


Whereas, the City of Brookings has agreed to be responsible for all local match

requirements for the Project, provide Project Management, and other provisions

described in a Memorandum of Understanding between the SDDOT and City of

Brookings.


Now, Therefore, Be It Resolved that the City Manager of the City of Brookings is

authorized to sign a Memorandum of Understanding between the SDDOT and City of

Brookings for the 20th Street South BUILD Project.


MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING

BETWEEN

SOUTH DAKOTA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

AND

CITY OF BROOKINGS, SOUTH DAKOTA


THIS MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING (MOU) is made by and between the State of South Dakota, acting by and through its Department of Transportation, referred to in this MOU as the “STATE,” and the city of Brookings, South Dakota, referred to in this MOU as the “CITY.”


BACKGROUND:

  1. The CITY wants to build a new interchange at Interstate 29 (I-29) and 20th Street South, referred to in this MOU as the “PROJECT.”
  2. The PROJECT will be added into the Statewide Transportation Improvement Program and given project number EM 0295(45)130 and PCN 020V.
  3. The CITY has been awarded a federal “Better Utilizing Investments to Leverage Development (BUILD) grant, referred to in this MOU as the “GRANT,” in the amount of Eighteen Million Six Hundred Seventy-seven Thousand Six Hundred Thirty Dollars ($18,677,630.00) towards the total PROJECT cost.
  4. The total PROJECT cost is estimated to be Twenty-three Million Three Hundred Forty-seven Thousand Thirty-seven Dollars ($23,347,037.00).
  5.  he CITY, in combination with Brookings County and private development partners, have committed local match in the amount of Four Million Six Hundred Sixty-nine Thousand Four Hundred Seven Dollars ($4,669,407.00) for the PROJECT.
  6. The BUILD GRANT funds must be obligated by September 15th, 2021.
  7. The BUILD GRANT funds must be expended by September 30th, 2026.
  8. The CITY is requesting the STATE to assume administration responsibilities for the PROJECT.


THE STATE AND THE CITY MUTUALLY AGREE AS FOLLOWS:

A. THE STATE’S RESPONSIBILITIES

  1.  he STATE will function as the administrator for the PROJECT along with the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA).
  2. The STATE will bill the CITY for any required local match associated with expenditures of the PROJECT.
  3. The STATE will bill the CITY for any costs in excess of the total estimated cost of the PROJECT.
  4. The STATE will bill the CITY for any costs deemed ineligible for GRANT funding by the STATE or FHWA.
  5. The STATE will provide the following:

Project agreements authorizing federal funding through FHWA;

Technical assistance to the CITY for the PROJECT;

Geotechnical recommendations;

Surfacing recommendations;

Plans Specifications and Estimate (PS&E) review, letting, and construction administration;

A more detailed agreement for the PROJECT prior to PS&E approval; and

Coordination on the development of a GRANT agreement with FHWA.

  1. Upon completion of the PROJECT, it is the intent that the STATE will assume jurisdiction, ownership, replacement, repair, and maintenance responsibilities for all portions of the PROJECT within the control of access.


B. THE CITY’S RESPONSIBILITIES

  1. The CITY will be responsible for all local match requirements for the PROJECT.
  2. The CITY will coordinate all match and reimbursements with other partners as identified in BACKGROUND Paragraph 4 above.
  3. The CITY will be responsible for any costs determined ineligible for GRANT funding by the STATE or FHWA.
  4. The CITY will be responsible for any costs in excess of the estimated PROJECT costs.
  5. The City Engineer will function and assume all duties as the Project Manager (PM) for the PROJECT.
  6. The PM will:

Adhere to the design criteria required by the STATE and FHWA.

Assume the responsibilities of Project Management as identified in Chapter 2 of the South Dakota

Road Design Manual and any updates to the chapter.

Be responsible for review and approval of all billings for the PROJECT, with the exception of billings related to construction of the PROJECT.

Be responsible for development of all documents and activities including but not limited to, design, plans preparation, utility coordination, Right-of-Way acquisition (and related activities), and environmental clearances related to preliminary engineering services in accordance with STATE and FHWA requirements.


C. PROJECT LETTING

The STATE plans to let the PROJECT by September 15, 2021. In order to meet this letting deadline, it is imperative that the CITY promptly provide plans and related documents for the PROJECT to the STATE. Time is of the essence. The CITY must provide PROJECT deliverables and related documents to the STATE by the following deadlines:

June 30, 2020           The CITY will submit PROJECT preliminary Gradeline plans.

August 12, 2020       The CITY will conduct the Preliminary Design Inspection including Type Size and Location (TS&L) for any structures.

October 23, 2020     The CITY will conduct the Final Design Inspection.

December 16, 2020 The CITY will provide a Release to Right-of-Way.

February 9, 2021     The CITY will release final plans for review to the STATE.

June 15, 2021           The CITY will provide all certifications, final plans, right-of-way certifications, environmental clearances, utility certifications, and necessary state and federal PROJECT documentation.


D. GENERAL CONDITIONS:

  • This MOU may not be amended, except in writing, which writing will be expressly identified as a part of this MOU and be signed by an authorized representative of each of the parties.
  • If the CITY breaches any of the terms or conditions of this MOU, the STATE may terminate this MOU at any time with or without notice. If the STATE terminates the MOU, the CITY will be responsible for reimbursing the STATE for all PROJECT costs paid for with GRANT funds and all PROJECT costs incurred by the STATE in meeting its responsibilities under this Agreement, including labor costs and expenses for STATE staff.
  • This MOU depends upon the continued availability of appropriated funds and expenditure authority from the Legislature and the continued availability of the GRANT funds from the federal government. If for any reason the Legislature fails to appropriate funds or grant expenditure authority, or any funds become unavailable by operation of law or federal funds reductions or denials, the MOU may be terminated by the STATE. Termination for any of these reasons is not a default by the STATE nor does it give rise to a claim against the STATE.
  • The CITY has designated its City Manager as the CITY’S authorized representative and has empowered the City Manager with the authority to sign this MOU on behalf of the CITY. A copy of the CITY’S Council minutes or resolution authorizing the execution of this MOU by the City Manager as the CITY’S authorized representative is attached to this MOU as Exhibit A.
  • Any notices or submissions required under this MOU will be provided to the following:


For the CITY                                                             For the STATE

Jackie Lanning                                                         Scott Rabern

City Engineer                                                            Chief Road Design Engineer

Suite 140                                                                   South Dakota Dept. of Transportation

Brookings, SD 57006                                              700 East Broadway

Pierre, SD 57501


This MOU is binding upon the signatories not as individuals, but solely in their capacities as officials of their respective organizations and acknowledges proper action of the STATE and the CITY to enter into the same.


State of South Dakota

City of Brookings, South Dakota                           Department of Transportation

By:                                                                              By:

Its: City Manager                                                      Its: Secretary

Date:                                                                          Date:

Attest:                                                                         Approved as to Form:

City Clerk                                                                   Special Assistant Attorney General

(CITY SEAL)


Progress Report.  Jacob Meshke, Assistant City Manager, provided a progress report highlighting the City’s activities/projects.


Adjourn.  A motion was made by Council Member Hansen, seconded by Council Member Brink, that this meeting be adjourned at 7:05 p.m. The motion carried by a unanimous vote.


CITY OF BROOKINGS

__________________________

ATTEST:                                                                                Keith W. Corbett, Mayor

__________________________

Bonnie Foster, City Clerk



City of Brookings 2020 Payroll

(Addendum to the January 14, 2020 City Council Minutes.)

E911: Morgan Brandenburg, Communications Operator, 19.23; Jennifer Brown, Communications Operator, 19.23; James DeBough, Communications Operator, 19.99; Sara Howe, Communications Operator, 23.40; Caleb Johnson, Communications Operator, 20.81; Tracy Johnson, Communications Operator, 23.40; Jolynn Longville, Communications Commander, 34.43; Teresa Lopez, Communications Operator, 19.99; Monic Roland, Communications Operator, 23.40; Dakota Sanders, Communications Operator, 19.23.  Storm Drainage: Bret Henning, Stormwater Technician, 25.05; John Miraglia, Storm Drainage Technician, 23.66.  City Council: Patricia Bacon, Council Person, 600.00; Leah Brink, Council Person, 600.00; Keith Corbett, Mayor, 800.00; Daniel Hansen, Council Person, 600.00; Oepke Niemeyer, Council Person, 600.00; Holly Tilton Byrne, Council Person, 600.00; Nicholas Wendell, Council Person, 600.00.  City Clerk: Bonnie Foster, City Clerk, 32.35.  City Manager: Chelsie Bakken, Public Information Officer, 29.81; Paul Briseno, City Manager, 71.98; Jacob Meshke, Assistant City Manager, 48.08; Angela Ritter, Executive Administrative Assistant, 24.25.  Human Resources: Casey Bell, Human Resources Generalist, 32.91; Nancy Olson, Human Resources Assistant, 21.41; Susan Rotert, Human Resources Director, 40.03.  Finance: Rose Davis, Accounting Specialist, 29.88; Gwendlyn Madsen, Accounting Specialist, 29.88; Brenda McCracken, Accounting Specialist-Liquor, 29.88. Erick Rangel, Chief Financial Officer, 49.37.  IT: Korku Kponyoh, IT Specialist, 31.16; Reed Walter, IT Specialist, 31.87.  Community Development: Katie Bortnem, Code Enforcement Officer, 25.55; Staci Bungard, City Planner, 38.49; Sarah Keizer, Code Enforcement Officer, 26.56; Michael Struck, Community Development Director, 57.98.  Engineering: Thomas Chandler, Building Inspector, 24.08Thad Drietz, Assistant City Engineer, 39.97; Jacqueline Lanning, City Engineer, 63.42; Lana Schwartz, Office Manager, 25.08; Jared Thomas, Building Services Administrator, 32.93.  Police: Timothy Andersen, Patrol Officer, 29.19; Travis Asmus, Patrol Officer, 27.00; Logan Baldini, Patrol Officer, 24.98; Seth Bonnema, Patrol Officer, 29.19; Nathan Bowden, Patrol Officer, 24.98; Keshaun Britt, Patrol Officer, 24.00; Katie Burggraff, Police Records Clerk, 19.28; Terry Coon, Patrol Lieutenant, 39.94; Luke DeJong, Patrol Officer, 29.19; Sean Doremus, Patrol Officer, 27.00; Dustyn Engstrom, Patrol Officer, 24.98; David Erickson, Chief of Police, 53.54; Joseph Fishbaugher, Patrol Sergeant, 31.07; Brian Franklin, Sergeant, 29.85; Drew Garry, Patrol Lieutenant, 38.60; Marci Gebers, Investigative Lieutenant, 37.93; Jorrie Hart, Patrol Officer, 28.09; Arlo Jurrens, Patrol Officer, 29.19; Austin Kreutner, Patrol Officer, 24.98; Rhett Larsen, Patrol Officer, 25.96; Christine Larson, Office Manager, 25.08; Eric Lee, Patrol Officer, 25.96; Clint Long, Patrol Officer, 24.98; Jordon McCaskill, Patrol Officer, 29.19; Zachary Page, Patrol Officer, 25.96; Joel Perry, Patrol Sergeant, 33.56; Shawn Peterson, Sergeant, 33.56; Geoffrey Pollman, Patrol Officer, 29.19; Edward Derrick Powers, Assistant Chief, 45.69; Trevor Radtke, Evidence Technician/Clerk, 21.69; Dana Rogers, Patrol Officer, 29.19; Joshua Schneider, School Resource Officer, 29.19; Adam Smith, Patrol Officer, 29.19; Anthony Sonnenburg, Sergeant, 33.56; Keith Theroux, Patrol Officer, 25.96; Jacob Vukovich, Patrol Officer, 25.96; Eric Warkenthien, Patrol Officer 27.00; Damian Weets, Patrol Officer, 29.19; Jonathan Weinrich, Patrol Officer, 29.19; Caleb Wilson, Patrol Officer, 24.98.  Fire: Peter Bolzer, Deputy Fire Chief, 42.40; Darrell Hartmann, Fire Chief, 48.02; Jeremy Scott, Office/Shop Manager, 26.56.  Street: Dale Algood, Shop Supervisor/Mechanic, 26.56; Kurt Athey, Street Maintenance Technician, 23.66; Matthew Bartley, Street Superintendent/Project Manager, 42.73; James Becker, Heavy Equipment Operator, 26.56; Michael Billet, Street Maintenance Technician, 23.66; Michelle Grayson, Office Manager, 21.41; Eric Hanson, Street Maintenance Technician, 23.66; Derk Hartenhoff, Street Maintenance Technician, 25.08; Marty, Hendricks, Street Operations Supervisor, 34.41; Todd Johnson, Heavy Equipment Operator, 26.56; Justin Kahler, Advanced Equipment Operator, 24.12; Josh McClain, Traffic Control Supervisor, 25.55; Zachoriah Thelen, Street Maintenance Technician, 19.43; Martin Wagner, Advanced Equipment Operator, 23.18.  Animal Control: Bailey Jo Galbraith, Community Service Officer, 23.65.  Recreation: Stacy Claussen, Recreation Manager, 34.27; Darren Hoff, Recreation Manager, 34.27.  Park: Patrick Ammann, Building Trades Specialist, 25.56; Joshua Bauman, Parks Supervisor, 26.56; Mark Bren, Shop Supervisor/Mechanic, 26.56; William deBlonk, Park Supervisor, 26.56; Paul Erickson, Parks Supervisor, 26.56; Stephen Hartung, Parks Technician, 23.66; Matthew Hillenbrand, Parks Technician, 22.74; Breann Julius, Parks Technician, 21.03; Allen Kruse, Parks & Forestry Superintendent, 36.81; Paul Laleman, Parks Technician, 23.66; Ronda May, Office Manager, 21.41; Dustin Rodiek, Pars, Recreation & Forestry Director, 44.01; Payton Schultz, Park Technician, 20.21; Brett Torgrude, Building Trades Technician, 23.66.  Forestry: Ryan Burggraff, Forestry Technician, 23.66; Christopher Engbrecht, Forestry Technician, 23.66; Larry Maag, Forestry Supervisor, 26.56; Mitchell Pederson, Forestry Technician, 23.66.  Library: Jennifer Anderson, Administrative Assistant-Library, 20.62; Katherine Eberline, Children’s Services Librarian, 28.16; Nita Gill, Adult Services Librarian, 31.62; Ashia Gustafson, Director of Library Services, 36.35; Alice Hayes, Circulation Manager, 23.66; Betsy Lenning, Interlibrary Loan Services Coordinator, 21.05; Mikaela Neubauer, Community Services Coordinator, 19.07; Nancy Swenson, Technology Services Librarian, 29.26; Grace Timmerman, Circulation/Technician Services Assistant, 18.70.  Liquor: Kristina Bergstrom, Liquor Store Clerk, 16.98; Janet Coplan, Liquor Store Manager, 39.37; Andrew Ekeland, Liquor Store Sales Associate, 19.85; Brian Hanson, Inventory Control Clerk, 22.31; James Wilson, Liquor Store Sales Associate, 19.85.  Airport: Lucas Dahl, Airport Operations / Maintenance Technician, 25.08; Matthew Sommerfeld, Airport Manager, 32.42.  Edgebrook Golf Course:  Greg Redenius, Golf Course Superintendent, 30.55.  Solid Waste Collection: Paul Hartley, Sanitation Collector, 23.66; Tim Huber Sanitation Collector, 23.66; Jeremy Janssen, Sanitation Collector, 23.66; Brian Klingbile, Sanitation Collector, 23.66; Brian Klingbile, Solid Waste Collector, 23.66; Aaron Mumby, Sanitation Collector, 23.66.  Solid Waste Disposal: Calvin Cook, Heavy Equipment Operator, 25.55; Todd Langland, Director of Solid Waste Management; 45.05; Caryl Larson, Office Manager, 25.08; Rodney Olson, Heavy Equipment Operator, 26.56; Garry Prussman, Heavy Equipment Operator, 26.56; Todd Smidt, Advanced Equipment Operator, 25.08.

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Posted on: April 25, 2018