Details for Unapproved Minutes Council Special Session June 3, 2019 Monday 12:00

Unapproved Minutes Council Special Session June 3, 2019 Monday 12:00 noon The special session of the City Council, City of Vermillion, South Dakota was held on Monday, June 3, 2019 at 12:00 noon at the City Hall large conference room. 1. Roll Call Present: Collier-Wise, Hellwege, Holland, Price, Sorensen, Willson, Mayor Powell Absent: Humphrey, Ward 2. Visitors to be Heard - None 3. Educational Session Home rule James Purdy James Purdy, Assistant City Manager, made a presentation on municipal home rule in South Dakota. James reviewed the advantages and disadvantages of home rule along with the steps required to implement home rule that will require a vote within one year of the proposed action. James noted that the Human Relations Commission has reported that a home rule charter will allow for enhanced anti-discrimination ordinances in the city as the state does not recognize certain groups as protected. James reported that the City Council in the past has looked at home rule as it applied to cable TV, smoking bans, and texting while driving but did not get to the point of bringing a charter to the City Council. Discussion followed on home rule charters, the need to review other cities charters and the process of establishing a committee. The consensus of the City Council was to move forward with a study committee to review and report to the City Council on the options of a home rule charter. John Prescott, City Manager, introduced Jolly Omar as the summer intern in the City Managers office. 4. Informational Session Electric Vehicle charging station James Purdy James Purdy, Assistant City Manager, reviewed information on the number of electric vehicles in the area as well as projections on new electric vehicles that will be entering the market. James noted that the city has taken steps to be a greener community and installing an electric vehicle charging station would be another step to attract electric vehicles owners to the community. James reviewed his research on electric charging stations with his recommendation of a Level 2 charging station. James reported that he has been in contact with a company by the name of ChargePoint who has one of the largest networks of electric charging stations in the United States. James reported that ChargePoint has a purchase option and a lease option. James stated that when this information was presented to the Utility Committee the Committee felt the lease would be the best option due to the changing technology. James noted that the charging station is not projected to make money for the electric utility but would bring recognition to the electric utility and the city. James noted that a good location might be in the City Hall parking lot as it is close to downtown and also could be used for future city electric vehicles. James noted that he has researched grant options without much positive feedback being received. James noted that MRES, our supplemental power supplier, at the last meeting was encouraging electric utilities to promote electric vehicles as a way to increase electric sales. Discussion followed on the electric charging station with James noting that there will be a report from the Utility Committee on this topic at the meeting tonight. 5. Briefing on the June 3, 2019 City Council Regular Meeting Council reviewed items on the agenda with City staff. No action was taken. 6. Adjourn 156-19 Alderman Sorensen moved to adjourn the Council special session at 1:01 p.m. Alderman Price seconded the motion. Motion carried 7 to 0. Mayor Powell declared the motion adopted. Dated at Vermillion, South Dakota this 3rd day of June, 2019. THE GOVERNING BODY OF THE CITY OF VERMILLION, SOUTH DAKOTA BY_____________________ John E. (Jack) Powell, Mayor ATTEST: BY_____________ Michael D. Carlson, Finance Officer Unapproved Minutes City Council Regular Session June 3, 2019 Monday 7:00 p.m. The regular session of the City Council, City of Vermillion, South Dakota was called to order on Monday, June 3, 2019 at 7:00 p.m. by Mayor Powell. 1. Roll Call Present: Collier-Wise, Hellwege, Holland, Humphrey, Price, Sorensen, Ward, Willson, Mayor Powell 2. Pledge of Allegiance 3. Minutes A. Minutes of May 20, 2019 Special Meeting; May 20, 2019 Regular Meeting 157-19 Alderman Collier-Wise moved approval of the May 20, 2019 Special Meeting and May 20, 2019 Regular session minutes. Alderman Humphrey seconded the motion. Motion carried 9 to 0. Mayor Powell declared the motion adopted. 4. Adoption of Agenda 158-19 Alderman Willson moved approval of the agenda. Alderman Price seconded the motion. Motion carried 9 to 0. Mayor Powell declared the motion adopted. 5. Visitors to be Heard - None 6. Public Hearings A. Public hearing for transfer of retail on-sale liquor license from Brian Engleman to BACT Group, LLC for 914 North Dakota Street Mike Carlson, Finance Officer, reported that an application was received for the transfer of the on-sale liquor license from Brian Engleman to BACT Group, LLC for a business located at 914 North Dakota Street. Mike stated that the City Council has the ability to transfer a license on two criteria: suitable applicant and suitable location. Mike reported that, as to the suitable applicant, the corporate officers of BACT Group, LLC, are Aric Van Voorst and Brian Tooker who have submitted the information for the DCI and FBI background check. Mike noted that the DCI background check was received by the Police Chief for Aric Van Voorst and the FBI background check has been received from Brian Tooker. His memo states that there is no information to preclude the transfer of the license. Mike noted that, with respect to the location criteria, an on-sale liquor license has been issued to this location in the past. Mike noted that the notice of hearing and Police Chiefs report were included in the packet. Mike recommended approval of the license transfer, unless information is presented at the public hearing. 159-19 Alderman Willson moved approval of the transfer of retail on-sale liquor license from Brian Engleman to BACT Group, LLC for 914 North Dakota Street. Alderman Collier-Wise seconded the motion. Motion carried 9 to 0. Mayor Powell declared the motion adopted. B. Public hearing for vacation of 4.3-feet of Roosevelt Street right-of-way lying directly north of the west 90-feet of Lot 2, Block 1, Madison Park Addition, City of Vermillion, Clay County, South Dakota (undeveloped portion of Roosevelt Street east of N. Norbeck Street) Shane Griese, Utility Manager, reported that a petition signed by all of the abutting property owners to vacate unused street right-of-way adjacent to and north of Lot 2, Block 1, Madison Park Addition has been submitted by G.A. Haan Development, LLC. Shane noted that the landowner owns all of the land directly adjacent to the proposed vacation. Shane reported that the portion of right-of-way to be vacated would not hinder the use of Roosevelt Street and would allow the landowner to develop the land. Shane reported that this portion of Roosevelt Street was dedicated to the public by the landowner through a plat in 2013. Shane noted that the street has never been opened as a street, or maintained by the City for the public use. Shane stated that the vacated right-of-way would be included in the already dedicated 8-foot utility easement that lies in the perimeter of Lot 2, Block 1. Shane reported that during the process to complete the plat for Lot 2, Block 1 the surveyor missed the previously approved right-of-way dedication that dedicated the south 66-feet of the Roosevelt Street right-of-way east of Norbeck Street. Shane stated that not taking this document into account during the platting process does not negate the fact that the City still has the right-of-way, rather it makes that portion of the plat inaccurate. Shane noted that this inaccuracy makes Lot 2 slightly smaller and not large enough for the type of construction desired. Shane stated that the landowner requested that the City vacate the south 4.3-feet of the west 90-feet of the Roosevelt Street right-of-way and this area to be vacated would then be incorporated into Lot 2 as part of the 8-foot utility easement. Shane stated that, although the vacated area cannot be constructed on, the owner sees the benefit of including this area as part of their setback. Shane stated that utilities will not be affected due to this vacation. Shane recommended the adoption of the resolution vacating a portion of the Roosevelt Street right-of-way. 160-19 After reading the same once, Alderman Collier-Wise moved adoption of the following: RESOLUTION VACATING A PORTION OF THE RIGHT-OF-WAY LYING NORTH OF LOT 2, BLOCK 1, MADISON PARK ADDITION, CITY OF VERMILLION, CLAY COUNTY, SOUTH DAKOTA WHEREAS, the City of Vermillion has received a petition for the vacation of a portion of Roosevelt Street lying north of Lot 2, Block 1, Madison Park Addition, City of Vermillion, Clay County, South Dakota; and, WHEREAS, notice has been published for two successive weeks in the Plain Talk; and, WHEREAS, utilities will not be affected by the proposed vacation; and, WHEREAS, the area to be vacated is also included in the 8-foot utility easement dedicated with the plat of Lot 2, Block 1, Madison Park Addition approved by the City Council on July 16, 2018; and, WHEREAS, State Statute 9-45-10 authorizes the City Council to vacate streets, alleys or public grounds. NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, by the Governing Body of the City of Vermillion that the south 4.3-feet of the west 90-feet of the Roosevelt Street right-of-way located between Lot 2, Block 1, Washington Square Addition and the East 16-rods of the NW ¼ of the SE ¼ and the west 58-rods of the NW ¼ of the SE 1/4, except the north 219-feet thereof, except Washington Square Addition and except Lot 13, Block 1, Meisenholder East Addition, and except Madison Park Addition, Section 18, T92N, R51W of the 5th P.M., in the City of Vermillion, Clay County, South Dakota as shown on the attached exhibit is hereby vacated. Dated at Vermillion, South Dakota this 3rd day of June 2019. THE GOVERNING BODY OF THE CITY OF VERMILLION, SOUTH DAKOTA By_____________________ John E. (Jack) Powell, Mayor ATTEST: By_______________ Michael D. Carlson, Finance Officer The motion was seconded by Alderman Hellwege. Discussion followed and the question of the adoption of the Resolution was presented for a vote of the Governing Body. 9 members voted in favor of and 0 members voted in opposition to the Resolution. Mayor Powell declared that the Resolution was adopted. 7. Old Business - None 8. New Business A. Resolution supporting additional City funding for downtown infrastructure project. John Prescott, City Manager, reported that in 2016 the City hired Confluence to prepare a conceptual plan for a downtown infrastructure project or streetscape project. John noted that some of the features of the plan include bumpouts at pedestrian intersections, new sidewalks, trees, landscaping, seat walls, new street lighting and other improvements to create an updated sense of place that better meets the needs of what the public expects in downtown areas. John noted that a couple of public meetings were held in 2016 but the plan did not gather much support largely due to a lack of funding for what at that time was an estimated $2.7 million project. John noted there was a renewed interest in bringing the project forward was expressed in the latter half of 2017. John stated the City Council allocated $1 million of 2nd Penny funding for the project as part of the 2018 budget and as the funds were not expended in 2018, the City Council carried the $1 million allocation forward to the 2019 budget. John stated the boundaries of Business Improvement District #2 were formed in 2018 to study ways to fund a potential project and to develop an updated proposal for the City Council and community to consider. John noted the BID#2 Board refined the project by reducing the amount of work on Elm, Center, Prospect, the west end of Main Street, Court, and Church Streets. John noted that the BID #2 Board also worked to develop a proposal whereby property owner share of the cost of the project was approximately 20% of the project cost via a special assessment paid over a ten-year period. John stated that the presentation at the May 20th noon meeting was to update to the City Council and to gather City Council feedback on providing more than $1,330,000 in City funding for an estimated $2.4 million project. John stated that it was suggested that a Resolution expressing the City Councils intent to contribute additional funding above the $1,330,000 be presented for consideration at this meeting. John noted that it was suggested that an expression of the City Councils intent to be the major funding partner in the project would be beneficial for upcoming public meetings currently scheduled for June 20th in the council chambers. John stated that the attached resolution should help the City Council publicly state the intent to contribute additional funds and once project costs are more defined it will be easier for the City Council to provide a defined dollar amount. John noted that the BID #2 Board will need to report to the City Council on the total project and the City Council will need to consider a resolution of intent to create the BID#2 and then adopt the ordinance establishing the BID#2. 161-19 Alderman Willson moved approval of the resolution pledging support for the downtown streetscape project. Alderman Collier-Wise seconded the motion. Motion carried 9 to 0. Mayor Powell declared the motion adopted. B. Report from the Utilities Committee on establishing an electrical vehicle charging station James Purdy, Assistant City Manager, reported that City staff has been researching ways for the city to move towards more sustainable and environmentally conscious practices. James stated that one project staff has been exploring is a public electrical vehicle charging station. James reported that City staff has been in contact with several vendors of electric vehicle infrastructure, and has been exploring pricing options and grant opportunities. James reported on attendance at the Missouri River Energy Services annual meeting, where the benefits of electrification for communities with public power were discussed. James reported that the City of Vermillion Utilities Committee met on May 21, 2019, for a presentation on electric vehicle charging stations. James reported that City Staff presented its research and findings with the Utilities Committee elected to bring that research and a proposal forward to the City Council for consideration. James reported that the presentation made to the Utility Committee was made at the noon meeting today. James reported that the recommendation of City staff is to enter into a three-year lease agreement for a dual charging station with ChargePoint at a cost of $2,750 per year. James recommended that the annual lease be funded out of the Electric Utility Fund. Discussion followed 162-19 Alderman Sorensen moved approval of the recommendation to enter into a three year lease agreement with ChargePoint for a dual electric vehicle charging station. Alderman Humphrey seconded the motion. Motion carried 9 to 0. 9. Bid Openings A. Fuel quotes Mike Carlson, Finance Officer, read the monthly fuel quotes and recommended the low quote of Stern Oil on Items 1, 2 & 3 and Brunicks Service on Item 4. Item 1 - 4,350 gal unleaded 10% ethanol: Stern Oil $2.2631, Brunicks Service $2.28; Item 2 1,000 gal unleaded: Stern Oil $2.1999, Brunicks Service $2.53; Item 3 3,000 gal No. 2 Diesel fuel dyed: Stern Oil $2.0798, Brunicks Service $2.08; Item 4 - 1,000 gal No. 2 diesel fuel-clear: Stern Oil $2.3763, Brunicks Service $2.30. 163-19 Alderman Collier-Wise moved approval of the low quote of Stern Oil on Items 1, 2 & 3 and Brunicks Service on Item 4. Alderman Humphrey seconded the motion. Motion carried 9 to 0. Mayor Powell declared the motion adopted. 10. City Manager's Report A. John reported that the Historic Preservation Commission meets on Wednesday, June 5th at 9:00 a.m. in Large Conference room. B. John reported that the Human Relations Commission meets on Thursday, June 6th at 7:00 p.m. in the Large Conference room for an orientation session for the new members. C. John reported that Main Street will be closed from Plum Street to Walker Street on Thursday Saturday, June 6-8 from 6:55 p.m. to 9:45 p.m. and Sunday, June 9, 2019 from 3:55 p.m. to 6:45 p.m. for Shakespeare Festival performances at the Prentis Park band shell. D. John reported that the City Council and Clay County Commission will meet at 6:30 p.m. on Monday, June 17th in the City Council chambers to consider the second reading of Ordinance No. 1401 which is rezoning three areas east of the city in the joint jurisdictional area from A-1 Agricultural zoning to RR Rural residential zoning. E. John reported that the small cell ordinance should be ready by next City Council meeting for first reading. PAYROLL ADDITIONS AND CHANGES General: Jalatama Omar $9.25/hr; Administration: James Purdy $22.69/hr; Street: Samuel Gerst $9.25/hr; Recreation: Tamara Baisden $30.00/game, Maxwell Morris $30.00/game, Joel Van Peursem $30.00/game, Lauren Wobken $30.00/game, Peyton Larson $9.50/hr; Pool: Lauren Wobken $9.25/hr, Sadie Pederson $10.00/hr, Caelynn Ihnen $9.25/hr, Elizabeth Sykes $10.25/hr, Kyle Tresch $11.00/hr, Morgan Kerkman $10.25/hr, Shannon Sokolowski $10.00/hr, Samuel Schwebach $9.25/hr; Water: Eric McPherson $23.85/hr; Landfill: Jake Richardson $10.00/hr; Police: Matthew Davis $23.75/hr; Parks: Jonathan Wieger $9.25/hr; Communications: Jenna Jones $16.58/hr 11. Invoices Payable 164-19 Alderman Collier-Wise moved approval of the following invoices: A-1 Portable Toilets, portable toilet rental, 810.00; Adidas America, Inc, merchandise, 117.50; Amanda Arndt, meals reimbursement, 30.00; Appeara, shop towels, 45.00; Aramark Uniform Services, uniform cleaning, 450.46; Argus Leader Media #1085, subscription, 28.00; Atco International, chemicals, 355.00; Austin Anderson, meals reimbursement, 35.00; Avera Occupational Medicine, testing, 62.55; Banner Associates, Inc professional, services, 2,435.10; Batteries Plus, batteries, 14.40; Belson Outdoors, picnic tables library, 4,665.01; Ben's Handyman Services, repairs, 52.48; Bierschbach Eqpt & Supply, supplies, 556.32; Big State Industrial Supply, supplies, 857.56; Blackstone Publishing, books, 150.00; Bluetarp Financial, Inc, parts, 526.47; Border States Elec Supply, supplies, 358.20; Bound Tree Medical, LLC, supplies, 1,370.17; Brandon Steeneck, meals reimbursement, 35.00; Brunick's Service Inc, propane, 36.00; BSN Sports Inc, supplies, 49.99; Burns & McDonnell professional, services, 5,287.23; Butler Machinery Co., wheel loader/repairs, 133,501.72; Callaway Golf, merchandise, 50.16; Campbell Supply, supplies, 2,075.40; Cask & Cork, merchandise, 435.00; Center Point Large Print, books, 302.87; Century Business Products, copier contract/copies, 179.63; Centurylink, telephone, 707.50; Chesterman Co, merchandise, 1,013.51; City Of Vermillion, utility bills, 34,871.15; Coffee King, Inc, supplies, 62.75; Colonial Life Acc Ins., insurance, 2,820.05; Compliancesigns, FDC signs, 240.50; Continental Research Corp, supplies, 247.08; Convergint Technologies LLC, repairs, 747.26; Core & Main LP, storm drainage frames/parts, 6,160.34; CorTrust Bank, TIF #6 payments, 14,744.51; Coyote Chemical Company, supplies, 335.30; Crouch Recreation, bench-fishing pier, 545.00; D-P Tools, supplies, 109.53; Dakota Beverage, merchandise, 6,531.89; Dakota Fluid Power Inc, supplies, 809.94; Dakota Hospital Foundation, TIF #6 payment, 14,744.51; Dakota Pc Warehouse, supplies, 95.96; Dakota Supply Group, parts, 799.61; Danko Emergency Equipment, parts, 1,310.02; Delta Dental Plan, insurance, 6,160.38; Demco, supplies, 205.67; Dennis Martens, maintenance, 833.34; DGR Engineering, professional services, 1,131.00; Diamond Vogel Paints, traffic paint, 1,469.50; Earthgrains Baking Co's Inc, supplies, 226.20; Ebsco, subscriptions, 2,650.72; Echo Electric Supply, supplies, 1,769.21; Embroidery & Screen Works, uniform, 4,642.75; Emergency Services Marketing, subscription, 735.00; Energy Laboratories, chemicals, 1,406.50; Envisionware, Inc, maintenance, 671.90; Farmer Brothers Co., supplies, 74.44; Farner Bocken Company, supplies, 4,563.84; Fastenal Company, supplies, 74.26; First Bank & Trust, TIF #6 payment, 14,744.51; First Dakota National Bank, TIF #6 payment, 14,744.51; Fischer Disposal, waste hauling, 703.00; Foreman Media, council mtg, 150.00; Fred Balleweg, meals reimbursement, 49.00; Fred Haar Co, Inc, parts, 95.10; Gary's Tree Service, Inc, stump grinding, 3,388.00; Global Dist., merchandise, 227.00; Graham Tire Co., tires, 837.54; Grainger, parts, 150.55; Graymont Capital Inc, chemicals, 4,054.93; Gregg Peters, freight, 804.00; Gregg Peters, rent, 937.50; Greggs Auto Body, repairs, 376.00; Grey House Publishing, books, 338.50; Hach Co, part, 257.89; Hartington Tree LLC, trees, 1,701.00; Hauff Mid-America Sports, supplies, 797.40; Hauger Lawn Service, mowing, 66.00; Hawkins Inc, chemicals, 4,329.55; Heiman Fire Equipment, firefighter equipment, 62,483.75; Helms & Associates, professional services, 5,137.43; Herren-Schempp Building, supplies, 30.32; High Point Networks, support renewal, 240.00; Hy-Vee Food Store, supplies, 218.52; IMS Alliance, name tags, 117.50; Info USA Marketing Inc, publication, 415.00; Ingram, books, 3,318.51; Inland Truck Parts Co., parts, 1,886.25; Integrated Technology & Sec, support/repairs, 1,416.30; International Public Mgmt, testing materials, 284.50; Jacks Uniform & Eqpt, uniform shirts, 192.75; Jamie Hall, meals reimbursement, 30.00; Jaymar, printer paper, 943.50; Jessica Newman, boots reimbursement, 104.49; Jim Balleweg, meals reimbursement, 64.00; Jim Goblirsch, reimbursement, 17.09; John A Conkling Dist., merchandise, 4,148.60; Johnson Brothers Of SD, merchandise, 29,983.57; Johnson Controls, service agreement, 1,707.74; Johnson Feed, Inc, agri-lime, 1,995.72; Jon Cole, fuel reimbursement, 25.00; Jones Food Center, supplies, 450.53; Julie Stewart, refund swim lessons fees, 17.00; JWP Construction & Design, fishing pier repairs, 749.56; JWR, Inc, repairs baler, 5,614.57; Karsten Mfg Corp, merchandise, 1,537.61; Knife River Midwest, LLC, asphalt, 2,932.80; Kyle Hoisington, meals reimbursement, 49.00; Lawson Products Inc, supplies, 176.83; Leisure Lawn Care, fertilizer/weed control, 218.15; Lessman Elec. Supply Co, supplies, 1,760.00; Locators And Supplies, Inc, supplies, 1,255.43; Lyle Signs, supplies, 426.92; M & M Construction LLC, Prentis park sidewalk, 13,167.00; Mart Auto Body, towing, 1,050.00; Matheson Tri-Gas, Inc, medical oxygen/rental, 687.50; Matthew Betzen, meals reimbursement, 79.00; Maximum Promotions, city flags, 720.00; McCulloch Law Office, professional services, 2,002.20; McLeod's Printing, minutes book/traffic tickets, 2,304.45; MD Enterprises LLC, work shirts, 907.50; Mead Lumber, supplies, 143.72; Medical Waste Transport, Inc, haul medical waste, 217.51; Menards, supplies, 1,158.53; Micro Marketing LLC, books, 8.02; Midwest Ready Mix & Equipment, rental/ rebar/red rock, 1,588.00; Midwest Turf & Irrigation, mower/workman/parts, 75,379.26; Miracle Recreation Eqpt Co, parts, 206.11; Missouri River Energy Service, registration, 450.00; Missouri Valley Maintenance, repairs, 1,756.50; Mobotrex Mobility & Traffic, supplies, 177.00; Moore Welding & Mfg, repairs, 596.75; Motion Picture Licensing Co, licensing fee, 185.10; MSC Industrial Supply Co, supplies, 125.06; NCL Of Wisconsin, Inc, supplies, 202.26; Nebraska Journal-Leader, advertising, 137.40; Netsys+, professional ser/domain , 3,026.50; Nursery Wholesalers Inc, trees, 2,976.53; O'Reilly Auto Parts, parts, 116.11; Office Systems Co, copier contract/copies, 925.65; Paul's Plumbing, parts, 24.30; PCC, Inc, commission, 3,490.7; Pedersen Machine Inc, repairs, 279.12; Penworthy Company, books, 100.62; Pepsi Cola Of Siouxland, merchandise, 1,838.20 Physio-Control Corp, repairs, 642.28; PKG Contracting, Inc, wwtf digester improvements, 118,361.81; Potomac Aviation Technology, parts, 51.51; Presto-X-Company, inspection/treatment, 112.00; Print Source, advertising/printing, 1,657.10; Prochem Dynamics, supplies, 503.47; Proefrock Electric Inc, install controller, 50.00; Property Maintenance Service, mowing, 253.75; Quill, supplies, 1,412.20; Racom Corporation, maintenance, 465.96; Reams Sprinkler Supply, parts, 1,323.56; Recorded Books, Inc, books, 676.20; Recreonics, supplies, 39.07; Reflective Apparel Factory, work shirts, 213.72; Republic National Distributing, merchandise, 18,566.79; Resco, street light poles, 8,420.00; Rob Pickens, safety boots reimbursement, 100.00; Rockmount Research & Alloy, supplies, 503.07; Sanford Clinic Vermillion, supplies, 284.44; Sanford Health Plan, participation fee, 60.00; Sanitation Products Inc, supplies, 624.35; Schaeffer Mfg. Co, supplies, 672.00; Schumacher Oil, supplies, 482.40; Scott Iverson, safety boots reimbursement, 100.00; SD Dept Of Health, testing, 140.00; SD Electrical Commission, wiring permit, 50.00; SD Retirement System, contributions, 84,873.69; Security Shredding Service, shredding, 35.00; Service Master Of Se SD, custodial, 3,299.69; Sioux Falls Crane & Hoist, inspection, 734.00; South Dakota Open, bronze sponsorship, 500.00; Southern Glazer's Of SD, merchandise, 1,380.15; Stan Houston Eqpt Co, parts, 102.50; Steve's Heating & A/C Inc, furnace/air conditioner, 6,202.59; Stuart C. Irby Co., supplies, 1,475.00; Sturdevants Auto Parts, parts, 858.96; Sun Mountain, merchandise, 107.79; Swank Movie Licensing USA, license renewal, 418.00; Syncb/Amazon, books/dvds/supplies, 1,019.13; Team Golf, merchandise, 826.00; The Equalizer, advertising, 3,126.50; The Graphic Edge, work t-shirts, 2,185.63; The Ups Store #6751, shipping, 12.62; Titleist-Acushnet Company, merchandise, 1,935.34; Tractor Supply Credit Plan, supplies, 667.28; Triview Communications, repairs, 399.00; Turner Plumbing, repairs, 379.25; Two Way Solutions, battery, 79.98; Tyler Technologies, maintenance, 1,250.00; United Way, contributions, 1,032.00; Unum Life Insurance Company, insurance, 1,437.46; USA Bluebook, supplies, 803.63; USD Foundation Office, TIF #6 payment, 14,744.51; USD Speech & Hearing Clinic, testing, 150.00; Utility Equipment Co., parts, 504.88; Van Diest Supply Co, supplies, 650.00; Vast Broadband, 911 circuit/dialup services, 1,415.45; Verizon Wireless, cell phones/ipad access, 2,160.27; Vermillion Ace Hardware, supplies/parts, 4,493.77; Vermillion Chamber Of Comm, TIF #5 collections, 36,444.79; Visa/First Bank & Trust fuel/lodging/supplies, 9,010.13; Wal-Mart Community, supplies, 1,413.87; Walker Construction, cotton park bathrooms, 13,856.71; Walt's Homestyle Foods, Inc, supplies, 187.40; Williams & Co. 2018, audit, 23,000.00; WSP US, professional services, 9,934.82; Yankton Fire & Safety, extinguisher service, 80.00; Yankton Medical Clinic, testing, 24.00; Zee Medical Service, supplies, 127.30; Zerofriction Llc, merchandise, 582.66; Ziegler Inc, repairs, 1,246.91; Zimco Supply Co, chemicals, 29,063.20; Jason Reisdorfer, bright energy rebate, 150.00. Alderman Price seconded the motion. Motion carried 9 to 0. Mayor Powell declared the motion adopted. 12. Consensus Agenda A. Set a public hearing date of June 17, 2019 for special daily malt beverage and wine license for the Vermillion Area Chamber of Commerce and Development Company on or about July 11, July 18, July 25, August 1, August 8, August 15, August 22 and August 29, 2019 for Thursdays on the Platz events on Ratingen Platz and adjoining portions of Main and Market Streets B. Set a public hearing date of June 17, 2019 for a special daily malt beverage and wine license for the Clay County Agricultural Fair Association on or about August 8-10, 2019 on the fairgrounds and a portion of High Street 165-19 Alderman Price moved approval of the consensus agenda. Alderman Willson seconded the motion. Motion carried 9 to 0. Mayor Powell declared the motion adopted. 13. Adjourn 166-19 Alderman Ward moved to adjourn the Council Meeting at 7:18 p.m. Alderman Collier-Wise seconded the motion. Motion carried 9 to 0. Mayor Powell declared the motion adopted. Dated at Vermillion, South Dakota this 3rd day of June, 2019. THE GOVERNING BODY OF THE CITY OF VERMILLION, SOUTH DAKOTA BY_____________________ John E. (Jack) Powell, Mayor ATTEST: BY______________ Michael D. Carlson, Finance Officer Published once at the total approximate cost of $254.56. Published June 14, 2019.

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