June 5, 2007
The Sherman Town Board met in regular session Tuesday, June
5, 2007, 7:30 p.m. at the
Members present: Robin Berg,
Sandee Sutton, Gerry Karpen, Cheryl Swenson and Ann Thiel.
Others present: Neil
Winterton, Gerrie Inglett, Toby Brown.
Agenda was approved.
of the May 1, 2007, meeting were approved as read.
treasurerís report was read and approved.
APPROVED TO BE PAID
Community Water Corp, water, $22.50; Argus Leader Media, May meeting minutes and
public hearing notice, $54.03; Xcel Energy, electricity, $223.67; Bolteís
Sunrise Service, $199.50, dumpster; Virgil Inglett, mowing and weed spray,
$203.11; Brian Berg, 5 times mowing, $125.00; Neil Winterton, 2 hours road
grading and 6 times mowing, $138.00; Ann Thiel, printer ink, $25.00.
The following six-month salaries were paid:
Robin Berg, $160.00; Gerry Karpen, $135.00; Sandee Sutton, $150.00;
Cheryl Swenson, $150.00; Ann Thiel, $240.00.
regarding an outdoor bulletin board. Motion
by Karpen, second by Sutton, to delegate Neil Winterton to check on having one
custom-built. Winterton is
authorized to spend up to $200.00.
equipment will be moved to
regarding problems resulting from pumping water into the streets.
A solution needs to be found for drainage.
Thiel will talk to Lowe.
Tabled to next meeting.
Toby Brown from
SECOG reviewed the proposed animal ordinance.
Board members will meet on June 19 to finalize all ordinances.
Berg stated that
people from Garretson were dumping bags of grass in the brush pile.
She suggested that a sign be installed to indicate that the pile is for
Sherman Residents only, and only trees and brush are accepted.
Thiel will send a
certified letter to Nathan Bergh instructing him to replace the City sign post
that he removed.
Motion by Karpen,
second by Berg, to approve $9.95 for registration of the shermansd.com domain.
Alliance Communications will host the
that the City install a phone line in Town Hall.
Board members felt it was not necessary at this time.
Thiel stated that
the copy/fax machine she had been using was no longer working.
Sutton said she would be able to fax items as needed.
Berg will check on getting a cartridge for an old copy machine she has.
complete a grant application at no charge and submit it to the South Dakota
Department of Transportation Community Access Program.
The grant would fund up to 60% of the cost of reconstruction of primary
access roads in
Motion by Karpen, second by Sutton, to approve the malt beverage license
for The Bullet.
by Karpen to adjourn, second by Sutton.
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