Brookings-area board agendas for Dec. 5-6, 2022


Park and Recreation Board

The Brookings Park and Recreation Board will meet at 5:30 p.m. Monday in the Brookings City & County Government Center at 520 Third St. Items on the agenda include:

• Approve agenda

• Approve minutes

• Staff reports

• Park and Recreation director update

• Budget update

• Parks tech position

• Revised bandshell plan

• Prairie Hills trail – phase 1 construction

• Golf course water source

• Larson Ice Center repairs update

• Golf report for 2022

• Edgebrook trees

• Edgebrook punch cards

• Meeting dates for 2023

• Next meeting

Airport Board

The Brookings Airport Board will meet at 3:30 p.m. Monday in the Brookings City & County Government Center at 520 Third St. Items on the agenda include:

• Approve agenda

• Approve minutes

• Hanger lease agreement: late payment finance charge; payment remittance; insurance requirements

• Discussion on airport rules and regulations

• Hangar lease renewals for M&C Partners, Robert Fite and Steve Profahl

• Airport manager’s report

• SDSU report

• FBO report

• Other items and reports

• Next meeting

Planning Commission

The Brookings Planning Commission, which also serves as the Brookings Board of Adjustment, 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 minutes

Board of Adjustment

• Variance - Dusten Hendrickson - rear yard setback

• Variance - Bennis/Wainman - detached garage setback

• Variance - Barnaby Wainman - driveway width

Planning commission

• Revised preliminary plat for the Southland Addition

• Amend future land use map – 34th Avenue

• Hearing and action to rezone 18.84 acres of BMU WTP Addition

• Annexation of 219.37 acres of land to the city

• Election of officers for 2023

Planning and Zoning Commission

The Brookings County Planning and Zoning Commission, which also serves as the Brookings County Board of Adjustment, will meet at 7 p.m. Tuesday in the Brookings City & County Government Center at 520 Third St. Items on the agenda include:

• Approve minutes

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

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

• Conflict of interest disclosures

• Approve agenda

Planning and zoning

• Plat of Lockwood’s conservation easement

• Plat of lots in Partners Second Addition

• Plat of lot 2 in the Wellfield Addition

• Plat of lots in the Northgrove Addition

• Plat of block 1 in the Hartmann Addition

• Plat of lot 1 in the Nolz Addition

Board of Adjustment

• John Knutson has made an application to the Brookings County Board of Adjustment for a variance. Article 11.00: Section 11.01 “A” Agricultural District: area regulation No. 2: Front yard: The minimum depth of the front yard shall be 100 feet. A corner lot will have two front yards. The property is in Alton Township and is located at 48034 210th St., White, 57276.

• Don and Carol Clelland 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 front yard and minimum rear yard). The property is in Laketon Township.

• Neal Trooien has 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.

• Department reports

• Executive session

Brookings 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.

Items on the agenda include:

  • Invitation for a citizen to schedule time on the commission agenda for an item not listed
  • Approve agenda
  • Employee recognition – Jeff Anderson - 30 years in August
  • Approve minutes
  • Approve travel requests
  • Approve travel requests
  • Approve personnel action notices
  • Approve cellular authorizations
  • Approve Human Services report
  • Approve claims
  • County Development Department report
  • Highway Department report
  • 4-H report
  • Colin Zwaschka with Banner Associates at 9 a.m. – update on bridge inspections and the status of bridges.
  • Action to a resolution to rescind the burn ban enacted on Oct. 18
  • Action to approve an agreement for detention services between Minnehaha County, Lutheran Social Services South Dakota, and Brookings County
  • Action to approve a South Dakota Department of Public Safety Office of emergency management sub-recipient agreement
  • Action to automatically supplement for unanticipated expenses incurred and reimbursement made to Brookings County for tax revenue for Volga TIF District in the amount of $9,795.58
  • Action to automatically supplement for unanticipated expenses incurred and reimbursement made to Brookings County for reimbursement from insurance for hail damage in the amount of $4,286.47
  • Action to automatically supplement for unanticipated expenses incurred and reimbursement made to Brookings County for reimbursement from insurance for storm damage in the amount of $4,741.18
  • Action to automatically supplement for unanticipated expenses incurred and reimbursement made to Brookings County for reimbursement from insurance for vehicle damage in the amount of $8,714.25
  • Action to un-assign fund balance designation: $90,000 for sheriff's radio updates and $3,440,000 for the detention center project
  • Action to reappoint Courtney Steffen as the Brookings County veterans service officer for four years, through Monday of Jan. 1, 2027
  • Action to appoint Paul Wiese to a two-year term as the BCOAC archery range volunteer on the BCOAC Advisory Board
  • Discussion and possible action on how to spend bond forfeiture money
  • Discussion and possible action on a letter of support for proposed Minnehaha County juvenile justice center
  • Action to approve applying for a courthouse security grant
  • Commission Department director’s report
  • State’s attorney’s office report
  • Commissioner reports and discussion items
  • Executive session for personnel issues, consultation with legal counsel and contract negotiations

Arlington City Council

The Arlington City Council, which also serves as the city zoning commission,  will meet as the zoning board at 6:55 p.m. and then hole a regular council meeting at 7 p.m. Monday at Arlington City Hall at 202 E. Elm St. Items on the agenda include:

Zoning commission

  • Hearing regarding Darin and Rachel Janes special exception request
  • Hearing regarding Ashley Griffin/Marshal Mix special exception request
  • Approve agenda
  • Approve minutes
  • Approve bills
  • Discussion Janes special exception request
  • Discussion Griffin/Mix special exception request
  • Time for public comments
  • Electric report
  • ACDC report
  • First reading medical cannabis license fees
  • Cultivation facility (medical cannabis) temporary location
  • Second reading electric rate increase
  • Second reading interconnection policy
  • First reading Air BNB
  • Birch Street improvements
  • Building permit applications that have been approved for the month:
  1. TK Properties LLC/Trifon and Katie Theodosopoulos – 12,000 sq. ft. building
  2. Arlington Legion Post 42 – 12x20 shed
  • Approve plat for Garth Johnson
  • Approve employee overtime and police reports
  • Approve financial reports
  • Second reading of a supplemental appropriation
  • Fine schedule resolution
  • Accounts to be written off or turned over to collections for 2021
  • Set date for end-of-year meeting
  • Set date for employee wage discussion
  • Web site
  • Library computer
  • Flooring quote
  • East Hickory easement and curb assessment
  • Utility easement
  • Mayor’s report
  • executive session

Volga City Council

The Volga City Council will meet at 5:30 p.m. Monday in the Volga City Hall at 226 Kasan Ave. Items on the agenda include:

• Approve agenda

• Approve minutes

• Approve blend and consumption resolution

• Committee reports

• Approve resolution designating Volga as a Purple Heart City

• Fire department report

• City dumpsters and seasonal cleanups

• Public works report

• Parks Recreation and Buildings report

• Electric report

• Approve 2023 budget appropriation

• Approve retention payments to city employees

• Topics for future discussion

• Future meetings

• Public comments (five-minute limit)

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