BILLS-September 2018    GENERAL-- Grapevines Flower Garden, plant/flower for funeral (Joan Spader) $79.86; Mediacom, August billing $156.22; Otter Tail-$1,145.31 total--street lights $536.02;museum $14.23 ; tractor shed $16.16; ball park $57.89; Fire Dept. $46.77; City Office $95.44; lift station $114.01; Camp site $264.79                   -  Sioux Valley Energy, street lights $83.30; Brookings Deuel RWS, Aug reading-Office $18.00; Fire Hall $18.00-camp site $24.60--M&M Service, Aug billing--$237.68--RFD Newspapers, Aug Minutes $86.33--Runnings, plant food, paint, o ring, grease, oil $47.84--Office Peeps, 2019 calendars $16.22--Estelline Community Oil, 2018-2019 contract 600 gals @ 1.289 $773.40--Estelline Community Oil, 2018 summer fill(shop 285.36; FH-$951.20)$1,236.56; VanDiest, mosquito spray $2,085.00--Duininck, 29.240 tons cold mix @ 114.00 $3,333.36--Randy Willmott Gravel, hauling cold mix (2nd & 3rd load) $480.00--Topkote, 12,285 sq yds chip seal @ 1.43 $17,567.55--Delzer Law Office, August legal fees $260.00--Duane Walburg, Aug AC mileage   134 @ .50 $67.00---SEWER--Richland State Bank, rate increase to savings $1,000.00--Post Office, stamps $   50.00--SD One Call, July locates (3) $10.08--Dennis DeBoer, 20 straw bales @ 3.50 $70.00---GARBAGE---Cook's Wastepaper-Aug Service (77 reg; 23 senior) $1,156.60--PAYROLL---Duane Walburg, Aug animal control wages $92.35--Richard Stokes, Aug wages $2,264.47--Rinda Ribstein, Aug wages $1,844.43--Zachary Stokes, parks, streets $   282.60---PAYROLL LIABILITIES/TAXESSDRS--(City share $311.42) $622.84--Federal Tax Deposit ($ 1,229.22 ) total; social security $ 693.96; medicare tax $162.26; withholding $373.00--SD Unemployment, 2nd quarter$66.98--SD State Treasurer, July/Aug sales tax $364.75---BANK LOAN   (monthly total $1,101.29)      

BRUCE CITY COUNCIL MEETING

SEPTEMBER 11, 2018

Council President, Jon Moir called the Bruce City Council to order on Tuesday, September 11, 2018 at 6:00 p.m. with Councilmembers Cook, Edler, Emmett, Hawley, Lewis, Moir, Finance Officer Ribstein, City Maintenance Rich Stokes present. Absent-Mayor Anderson.

 

Motion by Cook and seconded by Emmett to approve the September 11th agenda as posted. All present voted in favor of motion. Motion carried.

 

Motion by Hawley and seconded by Cook to approve the August 14th minutes as written. All present voted in favor of motion. Motion carried.

 

Motion by Edler and seconded by Cook to approve and pay the following claims presented by the Finance Officer. All present voted in favor of motion. Motion carried.

 

Insert Bills

 

Motion by Hawley and seconded by Lewis to install a 20’—12” culvert for a driveway at 310 Madison Street on the NW corner of lots 3-4 Block 12 and to clean the ditch to the east and set to grade. All members present voted in favor of motion. Motion carried.

 

A Building Permit was presented for Necia Benz, 710 Washington Street to add a 10’ x 12’ deck on her house. Estimated cost of $6,977 with a permit fee of $6. The board found the application to be complete. Motion by Hawley and seconded by Cook to approve the application. All members present voted in favor of motion. Motion carried.

 

A Building Permit was presented for Ron Cosby, 210 Schiller Street to add a 6’ x 8’ deck including concrete work on their house. Estimated cost of $7,200 with a permit fee of $7. The board found the application to be complete. Motion by Cook and seconded by Edler to approve the application. All members present voted in favor of motion. Motion carried.

 

A Building Permit was presented for Ron Cosby/Tara Cosby, 208 Schiller Street to add a 16’ x 20’ deck on his house. Estimated cost of $3,800 with a permit fee of $3. The board found the application to be complete. Motion by Lewis and seconded by Hawley to approve the application. All members present voted in favor of motion. Motion carried.

 

Council had the second and final reading of City Ordinance Chapter 4-8 GOLF CART USE IN CITY LIMITS. Motion by Hawley and seconded by Cook with members Cook, Edler, Emmett, Hawley and Lewis all voting aye to approve the Golf Cart Ordinance. Motion carried.

   

CHAPTER 4-8

GOLF CART USE IN CITY LIMITS

 

4-8-1                Purpose

                        The purpose of this chapter is to authorize the use of golf carts within the City of Bruce.

                                                                                                                                                Authority:

                                                                                                                                                SDCL Ch. 9-29 and 9-33

4-8-2                Definitions of Terms

A. Golf Cart. A four-wheeled vehicle originally and specifically designed and intended to transport one or more individuals and golf clubs for the purpose of playing the game of golf on golf courses. (SDCL 32-14-13)                                                                                                                                         SDCL Ch. 9-29 and 33                                        

4-8-3                The City of Bruce hereby authorizes the use of golf carts on the municipal streets of the City of Bruce, subject to the following:                                                                                                                                            

  1. The golf cart must be insured for liability.
  2. The person operating the golf cart must hold a valid driver’s license.
  3. A permit must be issued by the City of Bruce authorizing the operation of the golf cart on municipal streets. The Finance Officer shall issue a permit (sticker, tag) that shall be displayed in a readily identifiable location upon or kept in the golf cart. The permit is not transferrable to any other golf cart. An individual applicant shall pay a onetime registration fee of $5.00. Permits shall be issued for the lifetime of the owner unless revoked by the City Finance Office for the violation by licensee of any applicable provisions of this code, state law or city ordinance or for other good cause. If the ownership of the vehicle changes, the new owner shall be required to apply for a license. Permit fees and durations may be adjusted by resolution by the City Council.
  4. The golf cart shall display a slow-moving vehicle emblem in accordance with SDCL 32-15-20 or a white or amber warning light in accordance with SDCL 32-17-46.
  5. The operator of a golf cart shall comply with all city, county and state traffic rules and regulations applying to motor vehicles generally, except that a golf cart shall not be required to have a bell, horn or directional turn signals.
  6. The golf cart shall only be driven on City streets during daylight hours unless the golf cart has at least one operating tail light and head light.
  7. While the golf cart is in motion, the operator and occupants shall always be seated and shall ride only upon the permanent and regular seat in the golf cart. It shall be unlawful for more than two people to occupy the front seat while the golf cart is in motion.                                                                                                                                                 SDCL Ch. 9-29 and 9-33                                                                           4-8-5         Penalty for Violation                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Failure to abide by this ordinance shall be deemed a Class 2 Misdemeanor.                                                                                                                                                          Any or all ordinances in conflict herewith are hereby repealed.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   FIRST READING: August 14, 2018                                                                                                                                                                                                                   SECOND READING: September 11, 2018                                                                                                                                                                                                           PASSED AND APPROVED:  September 11, 2018                                                                                                                                                                                                      CITY OF BRUCE, SOUTH DAKOTA                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Jeff Anderson, Mayor                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Rinda Ribstein, Finance Officer                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Council had the second and final reading of the 2019 Appropriations Ordinance. Motion by Lewis and seconded by Hawley with members Cook, Edler, Emmett, Hawley and Lewis all voting aye to approve the 2019 Appropriations Ordinance. Motion carried.                                 

ORDINANCE #2018-2

 

AN ORDINANCE MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE FISCAL YEAR BEGINNING JANUARY 1,2019 ENDING DECEMBER 31,2019 AND LEVYING THE PROPERTY TAX FOR THE YEAR 2018

 

BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF BRUCE, SOUTH DAKOTA.

 

SECTION I

 

That the following sums of money, or as much thereof as may be authorized by law, as may be needed or deemed necessary to defray all expenses and liabilities of the City, be and the same is hereby appropriated for the corporate purpose and objects of said City hereafter specified for the fiscal year commencing on the 1st day of January 2019 and ending on the 31st day of December 2019.

EXPENDITURES

410 General Government:

411.1      Legislative (Council)(Ordinance/Resolutions)                                                8,850.00

411.5     Contingency                                                                                                         12,250.00

414         Financial Administration                                                                              73,195.00          

   419      Other - General Government Buildings                                                                  12,529.00

   Total General Government:                                                                                                     $106.824.00

412 Executive:      

                412.1     Mayor Wages                                                                                                       $2,250.00          

413 Elections Expense:

                413.01   Publishing Expense                                                                                                 240.00

                413.02   Occasional Labor                                                                                                    450.00

                413.03   Legal Fees                                                                                                                 130.00

                413.04   Misc. Expense-supplies                                                                                          180.00

   Total Election Expense:                                                                                                                     $1,000.00

430 Public Works:

                431.8   Building Expense-fire hall                                                                                         700.00

                432.6   Weed Control                                                                                                               150.00

                425.2     Repairs & Maintenance                                                                                      3,500.00

                426.2     Supplies (not city office)                                                                                       9,000.00

                431.1a   Snow Removal Wages                                                                                           2,800.00

                431.1     Street Wages                                                                                                            3,300.00

                431.5     Ditch Cleaning                                                                                                        5,000.00           

                431.2     Street Work Expense                                                                                         $24,000.00

431.6      Street Lighting                                                                                                    8,950.00

               431.7     Snow Removal Expense                                                                                        900.00

Total Public Works:                                                                                                                          $57,300.00

440 Health:

441.2a   Animal Control Wages                                                                                   1,400.00

                441.3a   Mosquito Control Wages                                                                                         100.00

             441.2b   Mileage-Animal Control                                                                                     850.00

                441.3     Mosquito Control Expenses                                                                              4,050.00

Total Health:                                                                                                                                $ 6,400.00

452 Parks:

             452.21    Park & Rec Wages                                                                                        $ 9,000.00

  

485 Capital Outlay Reserve Fund:                                                                                     $10,000.00

 

 

Total 410 – GENERAL GOVERNMENTAL EXPENSES             $192,774.00

 

ENTERPRISE FUNDS: EXPENSES

 

                Sewer Fund: Expenses                                                                                                    $12,925.00

                Garbage Fund: Expenses                                                                                             $14,137.00

                Campground: Expenses                                                                                                     $     900.00           

               

TOTAL ENTERPRISE FUNDS: EXPENSES                                   $27,962.00

                                                          

 

 

TOTAL EXPENDITURES-ALL FUNDS                           $220,736.00

 

REVENUE

 

GENERAL GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS: REVENUE

 

310          Tax Revenue                                                                                                                     $143,701.00            

331.01     Grants-Mosquito Control                                                                                                      1,750.00

320          Licenses & Permits                                                                                                               2,235.00

321.01     Animal Fines                                                                                                                           50.00

335          State Shared Revenue                                                                                                            21,575.00

338          County Shared Revenue                                                                                                         5,454.00

340          Charges for Goods & Services                                                                                               1,850.00

361          Interest                                                                                                                                       532.00

368         Liquor & Beer %                                                                                                                   9,000.00

 

TOTAL GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS: REVENUE                                          $186,147.00                                      

        

ENTERPRISE FUNDS: REVENUE

 

Sewer Fund: Revenue                                                                                                                             $40,140.00

Garbage Fund: Revenue                                                                                                                     $17,000.00

Campground: Revenue                                                                                                                           $ 1,710.00

 

TOTAL ENTERPISE FUNDS REVENUE                                                    $58,850.00

 

TOTAL INCOME -ALL FUNDS                       $244,997.00

 

 

ALL EXPENDITURES INCURRED IN 2019 WILL BE FINANCED BY CURRENT REVENUE.

SECTION II

 

THE FOLLOWING IS A SUMMARY BY FUND OF THE APPROPRIATED AMOUNTS AND THE MEANS OF FINANCING THEM,

 

TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS:

               

                   General Governmental Funds:                                                                            $88,667.00

                   Tax levy                                                                                                                     $97,480.00

                   Enterprise Funds:                                                                                                     $58,850.00

           

   TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS:                                                                                          $244,997.00

SECTION III

 

The Finance Officer is directed to certify the dollar amount of tax levied made in the Ordinance to the County Auditor.

               

                FIRST READING: August 14, 2018

                SECOND READING: September 11, 2018  

             FINAL READING: September 11, 2018

                PASSED AND APPROVED: September 11, 2018

                                                                                                                ________________________________

                                                                                                                Jeff Anderson, Mayor

                                                                                                                City of Bruce, South Dakota

Attest:

____________________________________

Rinda Ribstein, Finance Officer

 

Motion by Cook and seconded by Emmett to adopt the following Resolution 2018-03; 2019 Capital Outlay Accumulations with members Cook, Edler, Emmett, Hawley and Lewis all voting aye to approve the Resolution. Motion carried.

 

RESOLUTION 2018-03

2019 CAPITAL OUTLAY ACCUMULATIONS

 

WHEREAS, the City Council of the City of Bruce, South Dakota, under authority of SDCL 9-21-14.1, authorizing the accumulation of funds for capital outlay purposes for the year 2019, and

WHEREAS, as required by SDCL 9-21-14.2, purposes and maximum amount of this accumulation must be clearly stated, and

WHEREAS, the City Council of the City of Bruce acknowledges that, according to SDCL 9-21-14.2, these accumulated amounts must be expended within 60 months from the date of resolution establishing said accumulation and any accumulated funds deemed no longer necessary shall revert to the general fund,

NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of Bruce, that a capital outlay accumulation of $_5,000.00_ be established for city drainage; $_3,000.00 for plow truck; $_2,000.00_ for mower; Total assigned cash for 2019 is estimated at $10,000.00.

 

Total assigned cash account balance, including 2019 amounts therefore, is estimated at $10,000.00. Total accumulations, including the 2019 accumulations for designated accounts, are estimated as follows:

$_5,000.00_for _city drainage_; $_3,000.00_for _plow truck_; $_2,000.00_for mower.

 

Dated this 11th day of September 2018.

                                                                                                                _______________________________________

                                                                                                                Jeff Anderson, Mayor

(SEAL)

ATTEST:

__________________________________________

Rinda Ribstein, Finance Officer

 

Effective Date: October 2, 2017

3rd year-2019

 

Motion by Hawley and seconded by Cook to approve the additions of Trenton Kor and Justin Kor to the Bruce Fire & Rescue roster. All members voted in favor of motion. Motion carried.

 

With no further business, motion by Cook and seconded by Hawley that the meeting be adjourned at 6:59 p.m. All present voted in favor of motion. Motion carried.

 

The next scheduled meeting will be held on Tuesday, October 9, 2018 at 6:00 p.m. in the City Office.

 

Dated this 11th day of September 2018 in Bruce, South Dakota.

 

Rinda Ribstein, Finance Officer

City of Bruce [unapproved minutes]