Agendas 04-02-21


Park and Recreation

The Brookings Park and Recreation Board will hold a meeting at 5:30 p.m. Monday at the Brookings City & County Government Center at 520 Third St. The meeting will also be a GoTo Phone meeting. Items on the agenda include:

• Approve agenda

• Approve minutes

• Staff reports

• Bob Shelden update

• Parks master plan

• Bob Shelden fees

• 2021 recreation guide

• Tree program – Brookings Urban Forestry Initiative

• Community games

• Relay for Life request June 22 at Pioneer Park

• Food truck use

• Larson Ice Center hockey training area project

• Board member terms

• Next meeting

Arlington City Council

The Arlington City Council will meet at 7 p.m. Monday at 202 West Elm St. Items on the agenda include:

 Approve agenda

• Approve minutes

• Approve bills

• Presentation at 7:10 p.m. by Andrew Sloss of the Brookings Economic Development Corp.

• Presentation at 7:20 p.m. by Beth Niemeyer of Banner Associates on projects

• Approve special events malt beverage and liquor licenses for the Legion for events on April 17, April 24 and June 19

• Presentation at 7:35 p.m. by Kaelyn Ulschmid regarding a fundraiser

• Public comments

• Approve plat for Eldon and Jami Smith

• Electric report

• ACDC report

• Building permits for Larry Stamer – garage; HRC – spec house with attached garage and Mike Parry – addition and attached garage

• Approve employee overtime and police reports

• Applications for summer rec programs

• Proposal from LEPC meeting regarding the siren

• Review financial reports

• Review portion of ordinance book revisions

• Request to close a portion of Oak Street for an auction sale July 9-10

• Inspection costs for pre-built homes

• Spring cleanup – May 6

• Curb and gutter resolution on south Third St.

• COVID funding

• Mayor’s report

• Executive session for personnel issues, contract matters and possible litigaiton

County Commission 

The Brookings County Commission will meet at 8: 30 a.m. Tuesday in the Brookings City & County Government Center at 520 Third St. If you have any symptoms of COVID-19 or believe you may have been exposed, please consider watching the commission meeting from home, broadcast live on Swiftel channel 19, ITC channel 168, or the Brookings County YouTube channel. You can also call in by dialing 605-697-8255 and entering code 6056968205 when prompted. Items on the agenda include:

• Invitation for a citizen to schedule time on the agenda for an item not listed

• Approve agenda

• Approve travel requests

• Approve personnel action notices

• Approve cellular authorizations

• Approve Human Services report

• Approve claims

• Highway Department report

• Public hearing and action to approve a retail on/off sale wine and cider license for Good Roots Farm & Garden

• Second reading, public hearing and action to approve an ordinance amending Ordinance No 91-3: an ordinance establishing a county Housing and Redevelopment Commission for the administration of HUD Section Eight (8) existing certificate, voucher, moderate rehabilitation and other related housing programs

• Ad hoc drainage committee presentation

• Register of deeds 2020 year-end report

• Action to approve resolutions for the Federal Aid Bridge Program

• Action to approve an abatement application made by Madison Air Craft, LLC in the amount of $1,398.91

• Resolutions on grant agreements for bridge repair

• Action to approve an agreement for voluntary right of way donation between Brookings County and Ron Knutson

• Action to approve an agreement for voluntary right of way donation between Brookings County and John and Marlys Heylens

• Action to approve applications for occupancy of rights of way made by Sioux Valley Energy and Valley Telecommunications Co-op

• Action to approve the low bid from Diamond Surface, Inc. for the 2021 Brookings County Concrete Pavement Rehabilitation project at the bid amount of $767,762.98.

• Action to approve the purchase of a mobile fingerprint computer system

• Action to approve a request to fill vacancy for a BCOAC assistant at the Brookings County Outdoor Adventure Center

• Action to approve a request to fill vacancy for a senior finance assistant in the Finance Office.

• Action to approve a request to fill vacancy for a finance assistant in the finance office

• Action to approve a request to fill vacancy for a general maintenance worker in the Commission Department

• Action to approve publication of a supplemental budget hearing

• Commission Department director’s report

• State’s attorney’s office report

• Commissioner reports and discussion items

• Executive session for personnel issues and contract negotiations

• Action to approve the bid for weed chemicals on all items listed from VanDiest Supply and AgFirst Farmer’s Coop

City Planning Commission

The Brookings City Planning Commission will meet at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday in the Brookings City & County Government Center at 520 Third St. Items on the agenda include: 

• Approve agenda

• Approve minutes

• Public hearing and action on an amendment to the future land use map– 34th Avenue and Eighth Street South

• Public hearing and action repealing Section 94-165 - SDSU campus edge neighborhood design review overlay district and replacing it with commercial corridor design review overlay district

• Consideration of amendment to regulations

Joint city and county planning meeting

The Brookings Planning Commission and the Brookings County Planning and Zoning Commission will hold a joint meeting at 7 p.m. Tuesday in the Brookings City & County Government Center at 520 Third St. Items on the agenda include:

• Public hearing and action on a joint jurisdiction rezoning request for 1625 471st Ave., from Joint Jurisdiction Agriculture and Joint Jurisdiction Residence R-1B to Joint Jurisdiction Business B-3 Heavy District

Planning and Zoning Commission

The Brookings County Planning and Zoning Commission, which also serves as the Brookings County Board of Adjustment, will hold a joint meeting with the Brookings Planning Commission at 7 p.m. Tuesday in the Brookings City & County Government Center at 520 Third St. followed by a a regular meeting

Brookings County Planning adn  Zoning Commission meetings are still open to the public and social distancing will be enforced. If you would like to call in, dial 605-697-8255 and enter code 6056968205 when prompted. If you have any symptoms of COVID-19 or believe you may have been exposed, consider watching the meeting from home broadcast live on Swiftel channel 19, ITC channel 168, or the Brookings County Youtube channel, and call in if you have any comments or questions.

Items on the agenda include

Joint meeting

• COD Investments LLC by David Kneip has made an application to the Brookings County Planning and Zoning Commission for property to be re-zoned from Joint Jurisdiction Agriculture and R-1B (Agriculture and Residence: Single-Family) District to Joint Jurisdiction B-3 (Business: Heavy) District. The property is located at 21625 471st Ave., Brookings

Planning and Zoning Commission

• Items to be added to the agenda by commission members or staff

• Invitation for citizens to schedule time on the agenda for an item not listed

• Conflict of interest disclosures

• Approve agenda

• Consideration of plats in the Lake Poinsett Heights, Hansen and Sunset Point additions

• Discussion of possible zoning ordinance changes

Board of Adjustment

• Dawes Beynon has made an application to the Brookings County Board of Adjustment for a conditional use for “Gravel Mining Operation.” Brookings Joint Jurisdiction Area: Article IV: Agricultural, Residential and Floodplain and Aquifer Districts. Section 405. Agricultural District “A.” Section 408:Special Exception No. 4: “Sand, gravel or quarry operation, mineral exploration and extraction” and Brookings County Zoning Ordinance: Article 11: Section 11.01:“A” Agricultural District:Conditional Use Permit No. 4: “Sand, gravel or quarry operation, mineral exploration and extraction.” The property is  in Trenton Township and is located at 4314 34th Ave. S., Brookings, 57006. 

 Dawes Beynon has made an application to the Brookings County Board of Adjustment for a conditional use for “Rock Crushers”. Brookings Joint Jurisdiction Area: Article IV: Agricultural, Residential and Floodplain and Aquifer Districts. Section 405. Agricultural District “A”. Section 408:Special Exception No. 5: “Rock crushers, concrete and asphalt mixing plants” and Brookings County Zoning Ordinance: Article 11: Section 11.01:“A” Agricultural District:Conditional Use Permit No 5A: “Rock Crushers”. The property is Trenton Township and is located at 4314 34th Ave. S., Brookings

• Steve and Sheila Fritz have made an application to the Brookings County Board of Adjustment for a conditional use. Article IV District Requirements:Chapter 4.03 “LP” Lake-Park District: Section 4.03.02 Conditional Uses Permit No. 6: Accessory buildings with a side-wall greater than 14 feet or more than 2,000 square feet and used accessory buildings greater than 120 square feet. The property is in Lake Hendricks Township. 

• Marty Syrstad-Sullivan has made an application to the Brookings County Board of Adjustment for a conditional use. Brookings Joint Jurisdiction Area: Article IV: Agricultural, Residential and Floodplain and Aquifer Districts. Section 405. “A” Agricultural District, Section 408:Special Exception No. 18: Extended home occupations: and Brookings County Zoning Ordinance: Article 11: Section 11.01:“A” Agricultural District:Conditional Use Permit No. 20: Home extended business. The property is in Medary Township and is located at 3631 Medary Ave. S., Brookings.

 Joel Edman has made an application to the Brookings County Board of Adjustment for a variance. Article IV District Requirements: Chapter 4.03 “LP” Lake-Park District:Section 4.03.03. Density, Area and Yard Regulation (Minimum Lake Front). The property is described in Oakwood Township and is located at 57 and 61 Oakwood Shoreline Drive, Bruce, 57220.

 Calvin and Julie Christianson by Fred Labahn have made an application to the Brookings County Board of Adjustment for a variance Article IV District Requirements: Chapter 4.03 “LP” Lake-Park District:Section 4.03.03. Density, Area and Yard Regulation (Minimum Lake Front). The property is described in Medary Township and is located at 2672 Lake Shore Drive, Volga, 57071.

• Lawrence Risty by Matthew Pavek have made an application, 2021var008, to the Brookings County Board of Adjustment for a variance. Article IV District Requirements: Chapter 4.03 “LP” Lake-Park District:Section 4.03.03. Density, Area and Yard Regulation (Minimum Lake Front). The property is in Lake Hendricks Township and is located at 107 N. Lake Hendricks Drive, Hendricks, Minnesota, 56136.

• Department reports

• Executive session

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