REGULAR MEETING OF THE CITY COUNCIL COUNCIL CHAMBERS, CITY HALL MITCHELL, SOUTH DAKOTA March 6, 2023 6:00 P.M. PRESENT: Dan Allen, Marty Barington, John Doescher, Kevin McCardle, Steve Rice, Dan Sabers, Jeffrey Smith, Susan Tjarks ABSENT: PRESIDING: Mayor Bob Everson AGENDA: Moved by McCardle, seconded by Barington, to approve the next objects on the consent agenda: a. Metropolis Council Minutes 1. Metropolis Council February 21, 2023. b. Committee Studies 1. Planning Fee February 13, 2023 and a couple of. Planning Fee February 27, 2023 (unsigned). c. Automated Complement to Park Fund-Sports activities Complexes within the quantity of $3,710 from a donation of funds. d. 2022 Annual Report. e. SD DOT Capital Grant Utility. f. Particular Occasion Allow for Corn Palace Shrine Circus from Sunday, April 23 by way of Thursday, April 27, 2023. g. Particular Occasion Allow for Mitchell Most important Road & Past: 1st Fridays on Most important. h. Particular Occasion Allow for Mitchell Most important Road & Past: Memorial Weekend in Mitchell on Saturday, Could 27, 2023. i. Particular Occasion Allow for Mitchell Most important Road & Past: Oktoberfest on Saturday, September 30, 2023. j. Particular Occasion Allow for Mitchell Most important Road & Past: Parade of Lights on Tuesday, November 28, 2023. ok. Raffle Permits 1. Coronary heart & Sole with the drawing to be held on June 16, 2023. l. Approval of volunteer board appointments 1. Blake Sabers to the Enterprise Enchancment Board #3 for a time period of January 1, 2023- December 31, 2025. m. Change Order #2-Remaining for Landfill Cell #4 Development Undertaking #2021-08 reducing the contract quantity by $18,658.40 to A-G-E Company, alter contract quantity to $867,287.30. n. Approval of Gasoline and Gasoline Quotations Howe’s Oil Firm Requested Bid Worth per Whole Bid Gallons Gallons Product Off Highway Diesel-#2 3,150 3,150 $2.956 $9,311.40 Off Highway Diesel-#1 3,150 3,150 $3.470 $10,930.50 Whole Bid: $20,241.90 o. Pay Estimates March 6, 2023 Pay Estimate #5-Remaining within the quantity of $62,196.59 for Landfill Cell #4 Development #2021-08 contracted to A-G-E Company, Pay Estimate #10 within the quantity of $8,731.40 for Lake Mitchell-Section II #2021-20 contracted to Barr Engineering, Pay Estimate #12 within the quantity of $2,846.25 for Freeway 37 Utility Design #2021-45 contracted to SPN & Associates, Pay Estimate #13 within the quantity of $2,560.00 for Freeway 37 Utility Design #2021-45 contracted to SPN & Associates, Pay Estimate #6 within the quantity of $23,152.50 for South Lake Estates Improvement #2022-23 contracted to SPN & Associates, Pay Estimate #4 within the quantity of $3,026.25 for twelfth & thirteenth Avenue Watermain Loop #2023-08 contracted to SPN & Associates, and Pay Estimate #1 within the quantity of $4,295.00 for Outdated Landfill Monitoring #2023-28 contracted to GeoTek Engineering. p. Approve Payments, Payroll, Wage Changes and New Worker Hires and Authorize Cost of Recurring and different bills prematurely as accepted by the Finance Officer. PAYROLL FEBRUARY 5, 2023 – FEBRUARY 18, 2023: Metropolis Council $3,615.68, Mayor $1,562.81, Metropolis Administrator $6,092.50, Administrative Boards $2,211.81, Legal professional $4,938.27, Finance $13,512.30, Human Assets $3,975.10, Municipal Constructing $3,509.18, Info Expertise $3,015.52, Police $72,640.87, Visitors $4,861.07, Hearth $38,385.85, Road $33,241.17, Public Works $18,810.70, Cemetery $5,141.86, Library $17,792.74, Recreation & Aquatics $6,170.07, Recreation Middle $18,215.61, Sports activities Complexes $10,493.54, Parks $12,773.25, Supervision $6,081.70, E911 $21,690.35, MVP $532.13, Palace Transit $29,853.49, JVCC $1,195.46, Diet $4,308.03 Water Distribution $14,586.50, Sewer $17,058.85, Airport $3,442.18, Recycling Program $6,813.36, Waste Assortment $6,638.75, Landfill $9,446.69, Corn Palace $24,203.77, Golf Course $4,715.05, Emergency Medical Providers $33,008.81 NEW HIRES: FIRE: Paul Bernard-$19.616 PALACE TRANSIT: Mitchell Suehs-$12.30 RECREATION CENTER: Kazia Ohayon-$10.80 STREET: Matthew Geidel-$22.412 SALARY ADJUSTMENTS: E-911: Kyleena Dumas-$28.741 MUNICIPAL BUILDINGS: Michael Leach-$18.857 PALACE TRANSIT: Jacquelyn Excessive-$21.075 POLICE: Bryce Fuchs-$27.993, Crystal Reitzel-$23.862, Austin Resick-$28.343 TERMINATIONS: WASTEWATER: Isaiah Glanzer WARRANTS: A&B Enterprise Options, Contract-$3,886.32; A-G-E Company, 2021-8 P.E. #5-Remaining-$62,196.59; AAA Collections, Assortment Charge-$30.00; Advance Auto Components, Provides-$88.51; AFLAC, Aflac Withholding-$10,513.65; AFLAC Group, Crucial Care-$551.70; AFSCME Council 65, Union Dues-$554.40; Airside Options, Restore Components-$201.20; Alex Air Equipment, Provides-$1,130.12; Amazon Capital Providers, Provides-$932.62; Aqua-Pure, Provides-$1,237.50; Aramark, Mat Cleansing-$218.21; Armour Faculty District, Corn Palace Video games-$2,314.50; AT&T Mobility, Utilities-$646.89; Auto Physique Specialties, Restore-$16.32; Avera Occupational Medication, Physicals-$860.00; Bailey Metallic Fabricators, Restore-$293.33; Barr Engineering, 2021-20 P.E. #PH2-10-$8,731.40; Bechen Electrical, Upkeep-$14,171.46; Becker Area Merchandise, Provides-$550.25; Large Daddy D’s, Contract Providers-$3,340.80; Blackstone Publishing, Audiobooks-$132.77; Blackstrap, Provides-$3,924.57; Brooks Oil, Provides-$912.18; BSN Sports activities, Provides-$7,420.00; Buckin’ Wild Ranch, Sports activities Authority Promotion-$600.00; Constructing Sprinkler, Inspection-$368.70; Butler Equipment, Provides-$143,464.52; C&B Operations, Provides-$6,343.98; Carquest Auto Components, Provides-$25.48; CDW Authorities, Provides-$385.88; Central Electrical, Utilities-$1,884.97; Century Hyperlink, Utilities-$13.61; Chesterman, Provides-$594.56; CHS Farmers Alliance, Provides-$1,951.25; Metropolis of Mitchell, Golf Course Deductions-$1,254.34; Metropolis of Mitchell, Recreation Deductions-$1,805.32; Ck Bicycles & Locks, Provides-$39.00; Connor Carlson, Reimbursement-$79.97; Converge One, Upkeep-$4,492.36; Core & Most important, Restore-$71,068.48; Core-Mark Midcontinent, Provides-$10,012.61; Corn Palace, Provides-$14.75; Corsica Stickney Faculty District, Corn Palace Video games-$3,610.50; Dakota Fluid Energy, Provides-$8,592.03; Dakota Pump, Provides-$765.31; Dakota Riggers & Software Provides, Provides-$373.17; Dakota Provide Group, Provides-$194.00; Daniel Fechner, Journey-$78.00; Darrington Water Conditioning, Lease-$49.40; Davison County Register of Deeds, Annexation Paperwork-$37.00; Delta Dental Plan of South Dakota, Dental Insurance coverage-$15,202.52; Division of Agriculture, Municipal Charges-$15,500.00; Division of Motor Automobile, Title, Plate, and Registration-$81.00; Division of Social Providers, Baby Assist-$921.22; Diesel Equipment, Provides-$97.52; Dimock Dairy, Provides-$144.00; Donald Everson, Reimbursement-$48.00; Dakota Wesleyan College, Sports activities Authority Promotion-$1,500.00; EBSCO, Charge Adjustment-$38.05; Eric Hieb, Contract Providers-$4,765.84; First Nationwide Financial institution Omaha, Provides-$14,967.27; Geotek Engineering, 2023-28 P.E. #1-$4,295.00; Grainger, Provides-$98.28; Hach, Provides-$516.00; Harve’s Sport Store, Provides-$59.96; Hawkins, Provides-$50.00; Henry Schein, Provides-$172.94; Howes Oil, Provides-$25,692.02; Ingram Library Providers, Books-$917.42; Revolutionary Workplace Resolution, Provides-$57.56; Interstate Workplace Merchandise, Provides-$104.94; Jones, Provides-$1,245.84; Kone Chicago, Upkeep-$892.56; Krohmer Plumbing, Restore-$139.39; Lakeview Books, Books-$146.93; Larry’s I-90 Service, Upkeep-$4,762.16; Lawson Merchandise, Provides-$4,912.89; Lifequest, 2023 Allocation-$8,000.00; Lori Schmidt, Corn Palace Video games-$195.00; Marco Applied sciences, Upkeep-$207.72; Mark Gran, Reimbursement-$48.00; McLeod’s Printing, Provides-$2,603.13; Menard’s, Provides-$716.94; Microsoft Company, On-line Providers-$910.00; Halfway Service/Vollan Oil, Provides-$21,267.20; Midwest Hearth & Security, Extinguisher Service-$1,068.50; Midwest Oil, Provides-$222.54; Midwest Turf & Irrigation, Upkeep-$3,145.49; Millennium Recycling, Single Stream Charge-$1,597.75; Minnesota Valley Testing, Provides-$123.80; Mitchell Iron & Provide, Provides-$125.32; Mitchell Music Boosters, Sports activities Authority Promotion-$3,000.00; Mitchell United Manner, United Manner Deductions-$249.50; Napa Central, Provides-$261.01; Northwestern Vitality, Utilities-$20,839.32; O’Connor & Son Trucking, Snow Removing-$11,156.25; O’Reilly Automotive, Provides-$6.31; Parkeon, Skilled Charge-$65.00; Pat Dockendorf, Corn Palace Video games-$195.00; Pepsi Cola, Provides-$1,180.48; Peterbilt of Sioux Falls, Provides-$92.82; Pfeifer Implement, Restore-$2,009.16; Powerplan-Oib, Provides-$1,033.36; Premier Pest Management, Provides-$600.00; Public Well being Laboratory, Labs-$225.00; Certified Presort, Postage-$438.66; Ramkota Lodge Watertown South Dakota, Journey-$314.70; Riverside Applied sciences, Licenses-$23,547.04; Robert B Everson Jr., Journey-$162.18; Runnings Provide, Provides-$1,218.35; S&M Printing, Provides-$107.00; Sanitation Merchandise, Provides-$8,699.09; Schmucker Paul & Nohr, 2021-45 P.E. #13-$31,585.00; Scott Provide, Provides-$733.55; South Dakota Public Assurance Alliance, Insurance coverage Protection-$419,518.09; South Dakota Retirement System, Retirement Contributions-$57,353.04; South Dakota Supplemental Retirement, Supplemental Retirement-$3,494.80; South Dakota Supplemental Roth 457, Roth 457 Contributions-$1,158.50; Sherwin-Williams, Provides-$64.51; Commonplace Insurance coverage, Life Insurance coverage-$2,487.42; Staples, Provides-$353.47; Steve Stanforth, Corn Palace Video games-$80.00; Stryker Gross sales, Provides-$419.58; Sturdevants Auto Worth Mitchell, Provides-$3,101.28; Subway, Meals-$47.94; Solar Gold Sports activities, Provides-$70.00; Strong Water affiliation of North America, Membership-$490.00; Texas Refinery, Provides-$569.00; Thomas Holleman, Journey-$238.72; Thune True Worth & Home equipment, Provides-$1,451.29; TK Electrical, Provides-$166.80; TMA Shops, Provides-$12.48; Visitors Management, Provides-$1,815.00; Transource, Provides-$2,567.59; True North Metal, Provides-$11,758.30; Verizon Wi-fi, Utilities-$360.09; Walmart/Capital One, Provides-$17.76; Watertown Wholesale, Provides-$177.22; Watts Regulator, Software program Updates-$600.19; Wellmark Blue Cross Blue Defend, Claims Processing Charge-$2,508.00; Wheelco Brake & Provide, Provides-$717.53; South Dakota State Treasurer, 2023 Gross sales Tax Cost-$15,904.16; Ellwein Brothers, Provides-$792.00; US Financial institution, Bond Funds-$200,547.61. Members current voting aye: Allen, Barington, Doescher, McCardle, Rice, Sabers, Smith, Tjarks. Members current voting nay: none. Movement carried. CITIZENS INPUT: The Mitchell Most important Road & Past govt board launched themselves. Council Member McCardle publicly apologized for the way lengthy the concession traces have been throughout basketball video games and acknowledged each concession stands needs to be open. BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT: Moved by Allen, seconded by Tjarks, for the Metropolis Council to recess and sit because the Board of Adjustment. Movement carried. Moved by Rice, seconded by McCardle, to set date for March 20, 2023 on the appliance of Jay Schreurs for a variance for a mix of connected and indifferent accent buildings of two,704 sq. toes vs 2,000 sq. toes to construct a brand new indifferent accent constructing of 1,920 sq. toes positioned at 1800 Charles Avenue, legally described as Heaps 8 & 9, Block 5 of Woods First Addition, Metropolis of Mitchell, Davison County, South Dakota. Movement carried. Moved by Rice, seconded by Sabers, for the Board of Adjustment to adjourn and the Metropolis Council to reconvene in common session. Movement carried. CONSIDER APPROVAL: Moved by Allen, seconded by Tjarks, to reject each proposals acquired for Minnow Removing at Wastewater Remedy Lagoons Undertaking #2023-18 and rebid. The 2 bids acquired have been from Skinner Bait Farm and No Wait Bait, each within the quantity of $3,000.00. Movement carried. AWARD BIDS: Bids have been opened and skim on Water Most important Distribution System Enhancements, Undertaking #2020-20A on the fifteenth day of February, 2023. Moved by Smith, seconded by Barington, to award contingent upon DANR approval and buying further funds from utility fee will increase and an SRF mortgage improve, as follows: WATER MAIN DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM INPROVEMENTS PROJECT #2020-20A H & W Contracting, 3416 W Hovaland Drive, Sioux Falls, SD 57107 Whole Bid $2,262,671.30 Movement carried. Bids have been opened and skim on Road Store Gasoline Storage Tank Substitute, Undertaking #2021-51 on the first day of March, 2023. Moved by McCardle, seconded by Allen, to award, as follows: STREET DEPARTMENT FUEL STORAGE TANK REPLACEMENT PROJECT #2021-51 Dockendorf Tools, PO Field 1212, Sioux Falls, SD 57101 Whole Bid $464,742.35 Movement carried. CONSIDER APPROVAL: Moved by Tjarks, seconded by Sabers, to approve the Switch of Entitlements for the Airport Pavement Upkeep. Movement carried. Moved by Rice, seconded by Allen, to approve Modification #1 to Settlement #A2021-07, Development Providers for Livesay Lane Utility Enhancements with Infrastructure Design Group in an quantity to not exceed $205,094.00. Movement carried Moved by Sabers, seconded by Barington, to approve Settlement #A2023-08, Joint Powers Settlement with Legal professional Basic’s Workplace and Mitchell Police Division Joint Drug Enforcement. Movement carried. Moved by Allen, seconded by McCardle, to approve Settlement #A2023-09, Engineering Providers for Cadwell Booster Station with Schmucker, Paul, Nohr & Associates within the quantity of $6,700.00. Movement carried. RESOLUTIONS: Moved by McCardle, seconded by Tjarks, to approve Decision #R2023-10, Creating Tax Increment District #29 and Approving the Undertaking Plan, as follows: RESOLUTION R2023-10 A RESOLUTION PROVIDING FOR THE CREATION OF CITY OF MITCHELL TAX INCREMENTAL DISTRICT NUMBER TWENTY-NINE WHEREAS, the Metropolis of Mitchell has the ability, pursuant to SDCL 11-9-2, to create Tax Incremental District Quantity Twenty-nine (TID 29) and to outline the district’s boundaries; and WHEREAS discover of the listening to earlier than the town planning fee was supplied pursuant to SDCL 11-9-3; and WHEREAS, the Metropolis of Mitchell Planning Fee held a listening to on February 27, 2023 at which any events have been afforded an inexpensive alternative to precise their views on the proposed creation of a tax incremental district; and WHEREAS the Metropolis of Mitchell Planning Fee after mentioned listening to has really useful the proposed plan for Tax Incremental District Quantity Twenty-nine and has really useful its creation, setting the boundaries as listed within the challenge plan, and recommending adoption of the challenge plan. THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY RESOLVED: 1. Pursuant to SDCL 11-9-5, there’s hereby created, as of March 6, 2023, the Metropolis of Mitchell Tax Incremental District Quantity Twenty-nine (TID 29). TID 29 is legally described as follows: Heaps Seven (7), Eight (8), 9 (9) and Ten (10), Block Two (2), Authentic City (now Metropolis) of Mitchell, Davison County, South Dakota. with a map exhibiting mentioned boundaries included within the Undertaking Plan introduced to Council on March 6, 2023. 2. A listening to by the Metropolis of Mitchell Planning Fee in regards to the creation and limits of TID 29 was held on February 27, 2023. 3. The Metropolis Council, in consideration of the challenge plan, different documentary proof, and testimony, hereby makes the next findings: a. Pursuant to SDCL 11-9-8, not lower than fifty % (50%) by space of the actual property inside the proposed tax increment district will stimulate and develop the overall financial welfare and prosperity of the Metropolis of Mitchell and State of South Dakota by way of the promotion and development of business, industrial, manufacturing, agricultural, or pure sources; b. Additional pursuant to SDCL 11-9-8, the development of the realm is prone to improve considerably the worth of considerably all the different actual property in TID 29; c. Pursuant to SDCL 11-9-13, the challenge plan for TID 29 contains info satisfying every of the 5 necessities contained therein; d. Pursuant to SDCL 11-9-16, the challenge plan for TID 29 contains info satisfying every of the 6 necessities contained therein; and e. The plan is possible and in conformity with the grasp plan of the Metropolis. f. The combination assessed worth of the taxable property within the District, plus all different tax incremental districts doesn’t exceed ten (10%) % of the entire assessed valuation of the Metropolis. g. TID 29 shall be designated as an Annual Appropriations TIF to make sure that it does NOT depend in opposition to constitutional debt. 4. Based mostly on the findings in Part 3 above, the Metropolis hereby approves and adopts the challenge plan and the proposed boundaries as really useful by the Metropolis of Mitchell Planning Fee. 5. The Metropolis hereby directs the Metropolis of Mitchell Finance Officer to take such motion as is deemed mandatory to perform SDCL 11-9-20. 6. There’s hereby created, pursuant to SDCL 11-9-31, the Tax Incremental District Quantity Twenty-nine Fund (TID 29 Fund). 7. All tax increments collected pursuant to TID 29 shall be deposited into the TID 29 Fund. 8. All funds within the TID 29 Fund shall be used solely for the needs expressly acknowledged and fairly inferred in SDCL 11-9. 9. The Metropolis finds that the mixture assessed worth of the taxable property within the district plus the tax incremental base of all different current districts doesn’t exceed ten % of the entire assessed worth of taxable property within the municipality. 10. The challenge plan is on file with the Metropolis of Mitchell Finance Officer. 11. A Developer’s Settlement according to the provisions of this Decision and the Undertaking Plan shall be accepted by separate motion of the Metropolis Council. Movement carried and determination declared duly adopted. Moved by Allen, seconded by Tjarks, to approve Decision #R2023-11, Plat of Lot 1 of Albrecht’s Addition within the NE ¼ of Part 18, T 103 N, R 60 W of the fifth P.M., Davison County South Dakota, as follows: RESOLUTION #R2023-11 WHEREAS, it seems that the Metropolis Planning Fee of the Metropolis of Mitchell, South Dakota, did duly take into account and did advocate the approval and adoption of the hereinafter described plat, at its assembly held on the twenty seventh day of February, 2023; and WHEREAS, it seems from an examination of the plat of LOT 1 OF ALBRECHT’S ADDITION IN THE NE ¼ OF SECTION 18, T 103 N, R 60 W OF THE 5TH P.M, DAVISON COUNTY, SOUTH DAKOTA as ready by Jeremy A. Wolbrink, a duly licensed Land Surveyor in and for the State of South Dakota, that mentioned is in accordance with the system of streets and alleys set forth within the grasp plan adopted by the Metropolis Planning Fee of the Metropolis of Mitchell, South Dakota, and that such plat has been ready based on legislation; THEREFORE, be it resolved by the Metropolis Council of Mitchell, South Dakota that the plat of LOT 1 OF ALBRECHT’S ADDITION IN THE NE ¼ OF SECTION 18, T 103 N, R 60 W OF THE 5TH P.M, DAVISON COUNTY, SOUTH DAKOTA as ready by Jeremy A. Wolbrink, be and the identical is accepted and the outline set forth therein and the accompanying surveyor’s certificates shall prevail. Movement carried and determination declared duly adopted. Moved by McCardle, seconded by Rice, to approve Decision #R2023-12, Historic Preservation Findings in Relation to the Property at 112 and 114 E 1st Avenue, as follows: RESOLUTION #R2023-12 A RESOLUTION REGARDING SDCL SECTION 1-19A-11.1 FINDINGS IN RELATION TO THE PROPERTY AT 112 AND 114 EAST 1st AVE WHEREAS, the Tobins Switch Inc is the proprietor of sure actual property at 112 and 114 E 1st Ave which is legally described as: West 30’ of Heaps 5 & 6, Block 12; E 21 ½’ of W 52 ½’ of Lot 5 & 6, Block 12 all in Authentic Plat of City (now Metropolis) of Mitchell, Davison County, South Dakota. WHEREAS the above described property is listed on the Nationwide Register of Historic Locations. WHEREAS Tobins Switch Inc sought a demolition and constructing allow for his or her property on November 1, 2022. WHEREAS state legislation places sure processes in place which have to be adopted previous to any governmental motion which will harm, destroy, or encroach upon any historic property. WHEREAS, in consideration of such legal guidelines, the Metropolis of Mitchell did present discover of the standing of the property, stories of its situation, and ultimately the Tobins Switch Inc demolition plan to the State Historic Preservation Workplace (SHPO) which was acquired on December 7, 2022. On January 7, 2023 SHPO requested an abbreviated 11.1 case assessment which incorporates Mitchell Historic Preservation Fee to listen to and act upon. This report was acquired by SHPO on February 6, 2023 however requested extra info. On February 7, 2023 SHPO acquired further info and pictures. On February 17, 2023 SHPO reached out to the Metropolis of Mitchell as as to whether the constructing was a hazard to public security. On February 21, 2023, the Metropolis of Mitchell indicated that the constructing has been a pedestrian security hazard for the reason that accident to the constructing, which came about in December of 2021. On February 21, 2023 SHPO issued its willpower based mostly on the data supplied, the constructions don’t seem like deteriorated past restore. Upon assessment of the data submitted, it’s the remaining opinion of the SHPO that this challenge will destroy historic property and that options to this challenge haven’t been adequately thought of and needs to be additional explored. WHEREAS SDCL 11.1 requires on this case that the Metropolis make a written willpower that “based mostly upon the consideration of all related elements, that there is no such thing as a possible and prudent different to the proposal and that this system contains all attainable planning to reduce hurt to the historic property, ensuing from such use.” WHEREAS such a listening to by the Metropolis Council was scheduled, observed, and held on March 6, 2023 throughout common session and that at such listening to events have been afforded a chance to touch upon the matter and the Metropolis Council did take into account and focus on related information referring to such demolition plan. NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Metropolis Council of the Metropolis of Mitchell, SD that the Metropolis Council does hereby make the next findings of reality and conclusions: 1. The above described property is listed on the Nationwide Register of Historic Locations. 2. The Metropolis of Mitchell, did submit a discover, abbreviated case report, and supplemental supplies as required by state legislation and as requested by the State Historic Preservation Workplace. 3. The Metropolis Council, in its capability because the governing physique designated to make a remaining willpower of challenge acceptability underneath SDCL 1-19A-11.1, should decide that, “based mostly on the consideration of all related elements, that there is no such thing as a possible and prudent different to the proposal and that this system contains all attainable planning to reduce hurt to the historic property.” 4. The Metropolis Council has considered all related elements together with all testimony supplied on the above described listening to, all documentation supplied at or to be used in such listening to, and particularly, the next supplies: 112 and 114 E 1st Ave-State Case Report-1-3-2023 Metropolis of Mitchell Historic Preservation Fee Unsigned Minutes 1-26-2023 11.1 Case_ReportForm-112 and 114 E 1st Ave-Signed 112 and 114 E 1st Ave-GIS 112 and 114 E 1st Ave-Images 112 and 114 E 1st Ave-State Case Report-2-10-23 112 and 114 E 1st Ave-Extra Info 2-16-23 112 and 114 E 1st Ave-Images 2-16-23 112 and 114 E 1st Ave-State Case Report-2-21-23 5. Upon assessment of all the supplies and testimony described above, the Metropolis Council does hereby discover that, based mostly on the consideration of all related elements, that there is no such thing as a possible and prudent different to the proposal and that this system contains all attainable planning to reduce hurt to the historic property. 6. That in recognition of those findings and conclusions, the State Workplace of Historical past shall be supplied with discover of this willpower by licensed mail, to incorporate an entire document of things thought of. 7. That after ten days from sending such discover, compliance with SDCL 1-19A-11.1 shall not function an obstacle to finishing up the proposed demolition plan. Allen abstained. Movement carried and determination declared duly adopted. Moved by Sabers, seconded by Allen, to approve Decision #R2023-13, Setting Utility Charges for 2023-2024 and Implementing a New Utility Charge Construction, as follows: Decision #R2023-13 A RESOLUTION AMENDING CITY OF MITCHELL WATER & SEWER RATES & FEES TO FUND CURRENT AND FUTURE INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS. WHEREAS, the Metropolis of Mitchell has been concerned in a complete infrastructure planning course of, WHEREAS, many of those tasks will embrace state revolving mortgage financing that the town shall be obligated to repay by way of charges, WHEREAS, these enhancements are mandatory to satisfy anticipated calls for of present clients within the subsequent 5-10 years, in addition to any future calls for from progress and growth inside the Metropolis of Mitchell; WHEREAS, the Mitchell Metropolis Council requested that charges be set with quarterly will increase till they attain the essentially stage in 2027 to fund the projected will increase required for deliberate enhancements with a view to make the will increase extra gradual for residents; THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the Metropolis Council of the Metropolis of Mitchell, SD that efficient June 1, 2023 charges be set at: Water Charges Present Efficient 6/1/2023 Base Charge 1” and fewer $9.21 $ 13.00 1 1/2” $9.21 $ 26.00 2” $9.21 $ 41.60 3” $9.21 $ 78.00 4” $9.21 $ 130.00 6″ $9.21 $ 260.00 Water Utilization $4.15 $ 5.10 Water charges embrace the next surcharges which can be segregated from the entire charges collected: $1.78/month/person DSWRF- 02 Water Storage Tank $.85/month/person DSWRF-05 West Water Tower Repairs Sewer Charges Present Efficient 6/1/2023 Residential Base $ 22.01 $ 29.05 Quantity $ 3.40 $ 4.00 Non Residential Base $ 22.01 $ 29.05 Quantity $ 3.40 $ 5.00 Industrial Base $ 22.01 $ 29.05 Quantity $ 3.40 $ 3.98 BOD $ 0.22 $ 0.88 TSS $ 0.21 $ 1.29 TKN $ – $ 4.80 Sewer charges embrace the next surcharges which can be segregated from the entire charges collected: $8.05/month/person CW-05 Sanborn Section II $3.70/month/person CW-06 East Central Drainage Section I $.99/month/person CW-07 East Central Drainage Section II $1.11/month/ person CW-08 Day by day Drive Raise Station $11.60/month/person CW-09 Waste Water Remedy Plant Enhancements Section I $.77/month person CW-12 Livesay Enhancements IT IS FURTHER RESOLVED by the Metropolis Council of the Metropolis of Mitchell, SD that the next fee will increase be applied on the dates listed beneath in 2024 with a view to facilitate water & waste water enhancements inside the Metropolis of Mitchell: Water Charges Water charges embrace the next surcharges which can be segregated from the entire charges collected: $1.78/month/person DSWRF- 02 Water Storage Tank $.85/month/person DSWRF-05 West Water Tower Repairs Sewer Charges Sewer charges embrace the next surcharges which can be segregated from the entire charges collected: $8.05/month/person CW-05 Sanborn Section II $3.70/month/person CW-06 East Central Drainage Section I $.99/month/person CW-07 East Central Drainage Section II $1.11/month/ person CW-08 Day by day Drive Raise Station $11.60/month/person CW-09 Waste Water Remedy Plant Enhancements Section I $.77/month person CW-12 Livesay Enhancements Movement carried and determination declared duly adopted. ORDINANCE: Moved by Smith, seconded by Barington, to put Ordinance #O2023-01, Rezoning Heaps 3 and 4, Sq. 8, Weavers Squares Addition from R3 Medium Density Residential District to HB Freeway Enterprise District on second studying. Movement carried. Moved by Rice, seconded by McCardle, to undertake Ordinance #O2023-01, Rezoning Heaps 3 and 4, Sq. 8, Weavers Squares Addition from R3 Medium Density Residential District to HB Freeway Enterprise District, as follows: ORDINANCE NO. O2023-01 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF MITCHELL, THAT CHANGES THE ZONING DISTRICT CLASSIFICATION OF THE REAL PROPERTY LEGALLY DESCRIBED AS; Heaps 3 and 4, Sq. 8, Weavers Squares Addition, Metropolis of Mitchell, Davison County, South Dakota; be modified from R3 Medium Density Residential District to HB Freeway Enterprise District AND THE OFFICIAL ZONING MAP BE CHANGED TO REFLECT THE SAME. BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY OF MITCHELL, DAVISON COUNTY, SOUTH DAKOTA: Part 1: THE ZONING DISTRICT CLASSIFICATION OF THE REAL PROPERTY LEGALLY DESCRIBED; Heaps 3 and 4, Sq. 8, Weavers Squares Addition, Metropolis of Mitchell, Davison County, South Dakota; be modified from R3 Medium Density Residential District to HB Freeway Enterprise District AND THE OFFICIAL ZONING MAP BE CHANGED TO REFLECT THE SAME. Part 2. The Metropolis Finance Officer shall publish discover of this ordinance and the identical shall be efficient 20 days after the finished publication thereof, except the referendum shall be invoked as supplied by legislation. Movement carried and ordinance declared duly adopted. PRESENTATION: Jonathan Wiegand of HDR Engineering introduced the Grasp Transportation Plan. A public assembly shall be held on March twentieth from 5-7 pm within the Corn Palace. ADJOURN: There being no additional enterprise to come back earlier than the assembly, Mayor Everson adjourned the assembly. _____________________________ Michelle Bathke Finance Officer Revealed as soon as on the approximate value of _____________.
REGULAR MEETING March 6, 2023 – Mitchell Republic
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