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Thursday, May 21, 2009 ° Sanborn Weekly Journal ° Page 7 Buy it. Sell it. Rent it. Find it in the... @ All classified ads are cash! Minimum charge 25 words or less is $5.00 or billed for $5.60 Over 25 words is 15¢ extra per word 75¢ additional for ads with blind address CARDS OF THANKS & NOTICES inimum charge 35 words or less $7.00 or billed for $7.60 Over 35 words is 15¢ extra per word For example, if your classified ad contains 26 words, it will figure $5.15; if it is 10 words, it will cost the $5.00 minimum If we bill you, there is a 60¢ charge. and state of the art working conditions offered. Send ap- plication/resume to Edmunds County Implement, Attn: Josh Horst, Service. Manager., PO Box 137, Roscoe, SD 57471 or ings. Buy locally! Factory di- rect and save! 30x40, 40x60, 60x150, 80x200, 100x225, 150x400. Save thousands! Free freight! Call 1-800-237- 9620, ask for Brent. vision, Package (off-sale), "Ex- press 2" in the NE IA .of Section 27 Township, Malt Beverage. 107, Rand 62, West, Schmiedt Enterprises, W 1/2 Block 1 Dunnes Addition, Retail (on-off sale), Malt Beverage. OLD BUSINESS: The decision to become an au- tomatic enrollment unit shall be made by the elected official, the appointed official, or the govern- ing body in charge of the unit; The unit shall become an au- tomatic enrollment unit on July 1, 2009, or as soon as notice of the call 605-287-4281 for an ap- Council discussed clean-up, decision has been delivered in plication form. Council discussed the summer writing to the- system, whichever C/~'~= ~i ~ stimulus money, is later; PROGRESSIVE CENTRAL Council discussed Softball/ That all permanent, full-time Baseball. Glean-up will be held employees hired on or after the SOUTH DAKOTA equip- May 13th. . effective date of this election shall menf dealer seeking experi- o-~ Council discussed the Pool. be automatically enrolled in the enced parts person with at Council discussedthe RecTrail SDRS-Supplemental Retirement least five years experience, that was proposed as part of the Plan; , Stimulus Money Grant that was That all new employee identi' Top wages, DOE. Full ben- available. Motion by Regynski not fication data via SDRS form E-1 efits. Contact Jared, 605-852- to complete the project. With no will be submitted to SDRS elec- 6422. further motion the motion denied, tronically; !i ~~E!II ~_~.~ ~ No project will be completed. That twenty-five dollars per ~!i~~ ~ Council discussed streets, month shall be deferred to the i SACRED HEART SCHOOL I ENJOYED going to the Council discussed the Water plan from the employee's com- 1 South Dakota 1 in Yankton, SD has the fol- mailbox to find all the nice Main Project. pensation, effective with the em- 1 ~ lowing teaching opening:cards for which I am thank- Weber informed the Council ployee's first pay date; that agrantthroughthe South Da- That the SRP deferral shall FOR SALE: One story, two K-8 Music Instructor, direct ful. My family brought cake kota Department of Agriculture, continue from the effective date .... bedroom home, one car unat- applications to: Regan Man- and ice cream and I had sev- Division of Resource Conserva- of hire until the employee official- tached garage, large yard, 309 i Classifieds mi ning, 504 Capitol, Yankton, era/calls from as far away as tion & Forestry in the amount of ly provides notice to the SRO of' S. Main St., Artesian.-Call SD 57078, 605-665-5841. Alaska and Norway. Wishing $114,750.00trees aroundWaS receivedthe lake. to plant his/herspecialelectiOnRule forn°tAutomatict° participate.En.. ! 605-527-2424. SJ37-4tb you all good health. Thank Mayor Ball thanked Larry rollees: if the employee elects not ! GREAT PAYING JOBS! you, Podhradsky and Anthony Peters to participate in the plan within 90 ANNOUNCEMENTS Statewide construction jobs, -M~git Strand for their service as Council Mem- days after his or her first pay date FOR SALE: Garst and Ely bers. and gives notice of the election to j hybrid seed corn, Prairie SD WALLEYE CLASSIC in $12.00 - $15.00 or more P NEW BUSINESS plan in a manner prescribed by ! John Ball, having been nomi- the SDRS Board of Trustees, the, Brand and NK soybeans, for- Akaska would like food and hourly +benefits. Summer or permanent, no experience nated to office, took his oath of deferred compensation amounb age sorghjum, Sudangrass, arts and crafts vendors for necessary. Apply at sdwork, office and was seated at Mayor and the associated gains or loss- alfalfa, food plot milo, RR si- Thursday, August 13th - Sat- lage corn and soybean innoc- urday, August, 15th. Call 605- org or 866-599-8275. for two years, es, less federal income tax with- Richard Regynski, having been holding, shall be refunded to the ulant.- Artesian Seed Service. Call 605-527-2425 or 605- 999-5482. SJ37-4tb 762-3228 ask for Erna. AUTOMOBILES COLLECTORS SADDLE, 1950 Buck Steiner Austin Tex. Floral carved roping saddle in good shape. $1,200 OBO, call 507-657-2304. SJ38-2tp 1998 CHEVY CORVETTE convertible for sale, dark bur- gundy, red/tan leather interi- or. 17,500 miles, Super clean and sharp. $30,000. Call 605- 437-2919 ask for Kyle. EMPLOYMENT LOST: BLACK bull west of Twin Lakes, 796-4948, cell 350-0760. SJ38- ltb FOR RENT: 12x20 stor- age units $40 per month; 20x40 units $100 per month. Also larger buildings. 796- 4625 SJ24-2tb GREAT PAYING JOBS! Statewide construction jobs, $12.00 - $15.00 or more hourly +benefits. Summer or permanent, no experience necessary. Apply at sdwork. org or 866-599-8275. BE THE FIRST in your area to host a Celebrating HOME d&or party, also hiring part- time help, contact Dawn, cel- or 605-327-3127 for free in- formation. CENTRAL SOUTH DAKO- TA dealership seeking a Ford technician. Top wages and benefits• Call Jim Bruce, Jan Busse Ford, Highmore, SD, 1-800-666-5176. E:S WELDING AND repair of all types at Dick's Weld- ing in Woonsocket, including portable welder. - Call 796- 4374. SJ-tfc Public Notices Protect Your Right To Know NEED CASH? We will sell your stuff on ebay for you! Antiques or collectibles, or gently used/new clothes, shoes, books, video games, appliances, electronics, etc., etc., etc., - anything worth $20 or more. Bring your item(s) to the news office at Woonsocket and we will place them on ebay for you, then cut you a check when it sells! Call 796-4221 or 770-2426 or email sw) for more information. SJ31-tfc FINANCIAL AMERICAN TAX RELIEE Settle IRS back taxes. Do you owe over $15,000? If so...Call us now! Free consultation. For less than what you owe! Stop wage garnishments! Re- move bank levies, tax levies & property seizures! Stop pay- ment plans that get you no- where! Settle state and busi- ness payroll tax problems. Eliminate penalties, interest charges & tax liens! Settle IRS back taxes. No obligation. Confidential. Call American Tax Relief, 1-800-317-9712. Free consultation. CREDIT CARD RELIEE Free consultation. Save thou- sands of dollars. Out of debt in months! Avoid bankrupt- cy! Credit Card Relief is not a high priced consolidation company or a Consumer Credit Counseling program. Call Credit Card Relief, 866- 475-5959. Free consultation. FOR SALE HOT TUB "FLOOR Model Sale". Additional $1,000 off Internet prices. Go to good- and take an ad- ditional $1,000 off listed sale prices, then call 1-800-869- 0406 for additional details. ELEMENTARY TEACHER, MS Science teacher, with or w/o coaching. Base $32,300. Contact Frank Seiler, Timber Lake School, PO Box I000, Timber Lake, SD 57656. 605- 865-3654, Home 605-865- 3765. ADVERTISE IN NEWS- GREAT PAYING fOBS! PAPERS statewide for only $150.00. Put the South Da- Statewide construction jobs, kota Statewide Classifieds $12.00 $15.00 Or more Network to work for you to- hourly +benefits. Summer day! (25 words for $150. Each or permanent, no experience additional word $5.) Call this necessary. Apply at sdwork orgor 866-599-8275. newspaper or 1-800-658- 3697 for details. GROCERY STORE MAN- AGER. New equipment 2008. Strong community support. Salary plus profit share. Re- mit resume to: Menno Food Market, PO Box 366, Menno, SD 57045. For info contact Amber, 605-387-5159. MANAGER WANTED FOR 20 unit Faulkton Super 8 Mo- tel. Living quarters provided. Salary based on experience. Contact Verne Hansen, 605- 598-6285, or 605-280-6285. LARRY JONES HEATING & COOLINI • New installs & Repair . Local RHEEM Dealer Lane, SD 539-1901. or 1-800-477-2769 NORTH CENTRAL SOUTH DAKOTA John Deere dealer- ship looking for a qualified Service Technician. Benefits SD. 8%K .m24ff 500 W. Corliss Forestburg, SD 57314 Phone: (605) 495-4100 Cell: (605) 999-0532 Come out and enjoy a round of goff in under 3 hours. And it won't cost you a small fortune. Check out our Web specials. Hidden Valley Golf Cars we have the most affordable Steve Reiter. 605.940.5253 • 605.582.2424 pre-owned golf cars in the area. Take a 9 hole test drive and if you E-Z-Go I Yamaha I Club Car buythecar, the round is free/ NOTICES REAL ESTATE THRIVING SMALLER RES- TAURANT for sale. Corner of Hwy. 73 and 14, Philip, SD. Good local and Hwy support. Priced to sell.. Dan Walker 605-839-3410; 605-859-2125. STEEL BUILDINGS STEEL BUILDINGS. COM- MERCIAL & Farm Build- City Council nominated to office, took his oath automatic enrollee with 30 d,~ys of office and was seated as coun- of receipt of the final contdbu- cil member for Ward III for two tion. years. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT Michael Kogel, having been RESOLVED, that City of Woon- The regular meeting of the nominated to office, took his oath socket shall elect to add the au- Woonsocket City council was called to order by Mayor John of office and was seated as coun- tomatic enrollment provisions cil member for Ward II for two as provided under SDGL 3-13, Ball at 7:00 p.m. Monday, May years. . . Deferred Compensation Plan for 4, 2009 in the Woonsocket City Rick Niles, having oeen nomi- Public Employees and agrees to Council Room with the following .nated to office, took his oath of the terms and conditions "as set council members present: Rich- office and was seated as council forth by SDRS, with an effective ard Regynski, Joel Rassel, Dick member for Ward I for two years, date of May 4, 2009. Reider, Larry Podhradsky, Lindy Peterson and Anthony Peters. Motion by Regynski, second- ed by Peterson, to approve the agenda. Motion carried. Motion by Reider, seconded by Podhradsky, to approve the April 7, 2009 Minutes. Motion carried. Motion by Rassel, seconded by Peterson, to approve the April 15, 2009 Minutes. Motion carried. Motion by Peters, seconded by Podhradsky, to approve the Financial Statement. Motion car- ried. Motion by Rassel, seconded by Regynski, to approve the follow- ing bills. Brooks Oill $1,015.25 Shop Darin's Market, $63.73 Shop Express 2, $320.66 Shop Express Stop, $152.41 'Shop Herbert Hofer, $60.00 Parks Kutils Carquest, $13.00 Shop Local Lumber Supply, $93.60 Parks MARC, $1,243.41 Sewer PowerPlan, $974.88 Shop Sanborn Weekly Journal, $158.49 Publishing Supplemental Retirement, $80.00 Steve Way Station, $164.83 Meeting NorthWestern Power Service, Mayor Ball announced the fol- lowing person heretofore appoint- ed to their respective offices with- out being required to re-qualify as follow: City Attorney, Jeff Larson; Finance Officer, Tara Weber; Cemetery Sexton, Marc Olson; Librarian, Pat Larson; Water, Sewer, Streets and Maintenance, Richard Jensen and Steve Teide; Dumpground caretaker, Donald Jemming; Official Newspaper, Sanborn Weekly Journal; Official Depository, First National Bank South Dakota and Dakotaland Federal Credit Union. Nominations were held for President of the Council. Lindy JOHN BALL Signature of the Employer Unit's Chief Administrative Officer or an Officer of the Unit's Governing Body Date: May 5, 2009 Mayor Ball gave the recom- mendations from the safety Ben- efits Inc. for Loss Control Preven- tion. Motion by Regynski, seconded by Niles, to approve $250.00 to the Water Festival Committee for Fireworks. Motion carried. Mayor Ball informed the Coun- cil of the City of Woonsocket Peterson was nominated, with Public Water System for Drinking no other nominations. Motion by Water Compliance.Xhe System's Regynski, seconded by Rassel, certified operators"!'at~t~liC'hard to approve Lindy Peterson as the Jensen and Steve lqede. " President. Motion carried. Council discussed a request to Nominations were held for Vice-President of the Council. Richard Reider was nominated, with no other nominations. Mo- tion by Regynski, seconded by Rassel, to approve Reider as Vice-President of the Council. Motion carried. Gravel was discussed. Approv- al was given to Richard Jensen to add fish to the Lake. Need to be approved from Game, Fish and Parks. With no further business to be discussed, Motion by Reider, seconded by Kogel, to adjourn the meeting. The meeting was adjourned at 9:30 p.m. JOHN BALL Mayor $2,099.87 Utilities Napa, $11.94 Shop Santel Communications, $409.55 Phone/Computer Sun Gold Trophies, $19.20 Parks Steve Tiede, $73.60Mileage Larson & Nipe, $500.00 Pro- fessional Marc Olson, $250.00 Profes- sional Donald Snedeker, $3,500.00 Parks First National Bank SD, $1,328.55 Payroll Tax Department of Revenue, $328.94 Water/Sales Tax Waste Management, $3,049.25 April SD. Retirement Plan, $764.08 Retirement - April Total: $16,675.24 At 7:30 p.m. a special hearing was held to approve the follow- ing Malt Beverage Licenses ef- fective July 1,2009 through June 30, 2010. Motion by Podhradsky, seconded by Peterson, to ap- prove the Licenses. Motion car- ried. Bruce and Kandy Schmiedt, Lots 1-4, Block 30, OP Retail (on-off sale)"Express Stop," Malt Beverage. Bruce and Kandy Schmiedt, Lots 1 & 2 in McDowall's Subdi- ing resolution. WHEREAS, SDCL 3-13-56 of- purchase gravel. (SEAL) Motion by Reider, seconded by TARA WEBER i Peterson, to approve the follow- Finance Officer SJ38-1tb i! fers SDRS participating employer units the opportunity to choose to add automatic enrollment provi- sions for the unit's employees that are hired on or after the ef- fective date of July 1, 2009, OR that are hired on or after the date of this election, whichever may be later, to the SDRS Supplemental Retirement Plan: WHEREAS, City of Woonsock- et understands and agrees to the following points: Outpatient physical therapy is now offered at Prairie View Care C ter. 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