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AIRPORT BOARD, DRAFT MINUTES OF MEETING JULY 23, 2009• ITEM 1. MINUTES of the June 25, 2009, meeting; APPROVED. • ITEM 2. BILLS; APPROVED. • ITEM 3. CONSENT AGENDA: A. Ground-lease agreement with SOB Inc. (Summit Group) for $3,328 a year effective Aug. 1, 2009; APPROVED. B. Ground lease and easement for SDN Communications hut for $1,000 a year; APPROVED. • ITEM 4. EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S REPORT: A. The resurfacing of Runway 15/33 should be complete in October. The apron work is complete with no penalties for delay. Phase I of the terminal remodel has started, and the refurbished jet bridge at Gate 7 has been installed. B. Frontier Airlines has shown interest in Sioux Falls, but with the economy as it is at the present time, they would want a revenue guarantee and at this time not starting new service. • ITEM 5. OLD BUSINESS: A. Mike Breidenbach moved and Hal Wick seconded to do more research on the feasibility of replacing the existing windows and updating the old weather bureau building. B. Design of the concourse continues, and a notice to bidders will be placed in late November 2009. • ITEM 6. GENERAL LIABILITY INSURANCE: Mike Luce moved and Mike Breidenbach seconded increasing the general liability insurance from $75 million to $100 million effective Sept. 1, 2009. APPROVED. • ITEM 7. ENGINEER SELECTION PROCESS: A committee of Tom Lien, Hal Wick and Dan Letellier will interview prospective engineering firms for the Airport Authority. • ITEM 8. AIRPORT MARKETING: Hal Wick moved and Tom Lien seconded sending a request for proposals to local advertising firms for airport marketing ideas for the Sioux Falls Regional Airport. APPROVED. • EXECUTIVE SESSION: Chairman Dean Sorenson adjourned the meeting for executive session at 12:50 p.m. He called the meeting back to order at 1:17 p.m. • ADJOURN: The chairman adjourned the meeting at 1:17 p.m. • NEXT BOARD MEETING: Aug. 27, 2009.0000-00-00
Airport BoardMINUTES OF MEETING March 22, 2005 The Sioux Falls Regional Airport Authority Board met at noon March 22, 2005, in the first-floor conference room of the Costello Terminal. For a list of bills approved, go to www.siouxfallsbusinessjournal.com. 1. MINUTES of the Feb. 21, 2005 , meeting. APPROVED. 2. BILLS APPROVED. The following information includes the check number, vendor, account description, amount and date paid. 20007, AFLAC, payroll deduction - $25.66, 03/02/05 20008, Argus Leader, January board minutes, $223.54 20009, AT&T, telephone, $53.37 20010, Baete-Forseth, other building repair/maint, $64.29 20011, Bargain Barn Tire Center, tires, $34.00 20012, Chemco , janitorial supplies, $323.25 20013, Christopherson, Bailin, Anderson, legal services, $7,719.64 20014, Crescent Electric Supply, electrical supplies, $186.33 20015, Dacotah Paper, janitorial supplies, $114.50 20016, Down to Earth Interiorscape, building repair / maint, $120.00 20017, Drake Equipment, machinery repair / maint, $75.60 20018, Girton Adams Co, heating and ac repair, $565.69 20019, Globe Airport Security Services, security January '05, $9,382.91 20020, Goldsmith and Heck, engineering, $200.00 20021, Holmes Murphy, property insurance, $32,809.00 20022, Jim's Automatic Transmission, machinery repair / maint, $759.33 20023, Koch Hazard Baltzer, aip#3-46--0050-32 #21, $3,481.00 20024, Latten, Theresa, oterh current expense, $15.00 20025, Mac's Inc, machinery repair / maint, $35.18 20026, Malloy Electric Bearing Supply, building repair / maint, $1,097.02 20027, Petty Cash / Michael Marnach, misc items, $133.12 20028, Qwest, telephone, $242.54 20029, Sioux Empire FCU, payroll deduction - $175.00, $- 20030, Sioux Falls Utilities, water/sewer/other blding, $1,335.28 20031, Sioux Valley Health Plan, payroll deduction - $933.42, $4,852.58 20032, Sission Printing, office supplies, $209.60 20033, SD Retirement System, payroll deduction $ 2582.43, $2,603.97 20034, SDSRP, payroll deduction - $220.00, $- 20035, Standard Insurance, insurance, $363.00 20036, Transportation Sec Clearinghouse, finger prints, $522.00 20037, Walling Water Management, chemical supplies, $99.82 20038, Bill Pay Photography, black/white photos, $90.00 20039, All Phase Electric, aip# 3-46-0050-33 #3, $37,373.90 20040, A&B Business Equipment, office equipment - printer, $3,390.00 , 03/11/05 20041, Argus Leader, Allegiant ads, $2,768.76 20042, Brock White LLC, runway and taxiway repair, $895.90 20043, Builders Supply Company, building repair / maint, $547.50 20044, Building Sprinkler Inc, building repair / maint, $84.40 20045, Chemco , janitorial supplies, $538.35 20046, City Glass & Glazing, building repair / maint, $315.31 20047, Concrete Materials, runway and taxiway repair, $1,288.80 20048, Crescent Electric Supply, electrical supplies, $140.36 20049, Cummins Central Power, machinery repair / maint, $172.10 20050, Dacotah Paper, janitorial supplies, $196.40 20051, Dakota Internet Services, advertising, $24.95 20052, Electric Construction Supply, America West pa system, $526.43 20053, Gardner, Ross, other current expense, $15.00 20054, Genesis Lamp Corp, runway and taxiway repair, $2,025.29 20055, Graham Tire, tires, $230.64 20056, Hander Inc Plumbing, plumbing repair/maint, $353.99 20057, Howes Oil, gas, $2,952.00 20058, Janitor's Closet, janitorial supplies, $13.60 20059, Johnstone Supply, heating and ac repair, $254.36 20060, Kone Inc, building repair / maint, $96.93 20061, Midwestern Mechanical, plumbing repair/maint, $144.16 20062, Midwest Boiler Repair, heating and ac repair, $397.80 20063, OrbitCom, customs telephone, $85.06 20064, Otis Elevator Company, building repair / maint, $3,227.29 20065, Pontiac Cadillac , machinery repair / maint, $376.98 20066, Siouxland Canned Ads, Allegiant ads, $75.00 20067, Sioux City Journal, America West ads, $1,507.80 20068, Sixel Consulting, advertising, $2,400.00 20069, SD Firefighters Assoc, 2005 membership, $50.00 20070, SD Fire Chief's Assoc, 2005 membership, $80.00 20071, Tennant Sales, machinery repair / maint, $513.60 20072, Tractor Supply Credit Plan, machinery repair / maint, $2.30 20073, Verizon Wireless, telephone, $29.85 20074, Walling Water Management, chemical supplies, $100.74 20075, Walling Water Management, sanitation, $164.30 20076, Workplace Sound & Technologies, building repair / maint, $75.00 20077, Iron Gate Gallery, art work, $397.63 20078, Advertising Arts, security upgrades, $698.75 , 03/16/05 20079, Butler Machinery, machinery repair / maint, $165.90 20080, Campbell Supply, building repair / maint, $52.16 20081, Cliff Avenue Auto Parts, machinery repair / maint, $63.58 20082, Crouse-Hinds, runway and taxiway repair, $962.36 20083, HDR Engineering, aip# 3-46-0050-33 #13F, $110.58 20084, Lostroh, Greg, snow removal, $468.75 20085, Marnach, Michael, Huron Airports conference, $140.45 20086, MidAmerican Energy Co, natural gas;other blding utilities, $12,594.50 20087, Qwest, telephone, $441.82 20088, Sioux Empire FCU, payroll deduction - $175.00, $- 20089, Sioux Falls Police Department, Leo's Nov & Dec '04, $29,129.33 20090, Sioux Falls Utilities, sewer, $1,716.19 20091, Sioux Falls Utilities, electricity;other blding utilities, $14,525.58 20092, South Dakota Supplemental Retire, payroll deduction - $220.00, Payroll , pay period ending 02/27/05, $23,309.02 , 03/04/05 pay period ending 03/13/05, $23,386.32 , 03/18/05 1599, Standard Parking, January management fee, $26,945.04 , 03/02/05 3. CONSENT AGENDA ITEMS; APPROVED A. Assumption of t-hangar lease by Terry Craft. B. Five-year lease extension with UPS. C. Grant lien right of First American Bank & Trust on the Setliff hangar. D. Issue notice to bidders on the parking lot expansion and taxiway and ramp rehabilitation projects. 4. EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S REPORT A. America West Express has indicated it may look at operating larger jets into Sioux Falls in the fall. The Small Community Air Service Development Grant that was issued to the Sioux Falls Regional Airport for America West Express service was predicated on service by 50-passenger aircraft. It is not clear if using larger aircraft would affect the grant. B. Comair has indicated it would like a higher load factor out of Sioux Falls. The airline also indicated it might consider adding service to Salt Lake City. C. Ryan Automotive, Enterprise Rent-A-Car and the authority’s legal counsel have drafted a proposal that Enterprise pay Ryan $165,000 for Ryan’s share of the car wash building and Ryan pay the authority $65,000 in full and complete settlement of the receivable due the authority from the revenue guarantee in the last year of its lease agreement. If the authority doesn’t receive $65,000 by March 31 from either Ryan Automotive or Enterprise Rent-A-Car, the offer to accept the $65,000 as full and complete settlement will be rescinded. 5. OLD BUSINESS Lobby chairs are being recovered in leather. 6. NEW GENERAL AVIATION TERMINAL There was a discussion of the request by Business Aviation for the authority to issue bonds to cover the construction of a $3.65 million general aviation terminal. Further discussion on issuing taxable airport revenue bonds was postponed to the April board meeting. Dale Froehlich of Business Aviation is continuing to seek loan proposals from financial institutions. The executive director will research with legal counsel the issue of the authority issuing bonds for the general aviation terminal. 7. GATE 4 JETWAY Northwest Airlines will soon be operating 3 CRJ aircraft into Sioux Falls daily. The Gate 4 jetway cannot accommodate CRJs and Northwest Airlines does not have the funds to put into facilities. The authority approved a budget increase of $23,757 to adapt the Gate 4 jetway to CRJ-type aircraft. 8. SKYCAP SERVICES The authority accepted the proposal of Elite A Skycap Service to operate in the terminal at no cost to the authority. . MEETING ADJOURNED AT 1:38 P.M. 2005-05-04
City & County Planning CommissionsDraft Minutes of Meeting April 25, 2005 The Sioux Falls and Minnehaha County planning commissions met at 7 p.m. Monday, April 25, 2005, in the Commission Room of the Minnehaha County Administration Building, 415 N. Dakota Ave. • ITEM 1. APPROVAL of the March 28, 2005, minutes. • Consent Agenda; approved • ITEM 2 . CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT to exceed 10,000 square feet of commercial building area. Legal Description – Lot 10 and part of Tract 4 Pleasant View Acres in the N1/2 SE1/4 & S1/2 NE1/4 in Section 19-T101N-R48W Location – 1/2 mile east of Sioux Falls Petitioner/Owner – Donald Skovly APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING CONDITIONS: 1) The maximum building area on the site shall not exceed 16,700 square feet. 2) A revised site plan depicting adequate parking spaces, loading areas, driveway and the required 15-foot setback from Hillside Drive and Plymouth Road shall be submitted for approval by the County Planning Department before issuance of a building permit. 3) A plan depicting the wastewater system, including setbacks, shall be submitted to the County Planning Department before issuance of a building permit. 4) All parking, driving and loading areas shall be hard surfaced at such time as Hillside Drive is hard surfaced. 5) Lighting shall be designed so that there is not light spillage beyond the property boundaries. 6) The building shall be constructed to the standards of the 2003 International Building Code. • Regular Agenda; APPROVED Item 3 was deferred from the Feb. 28, 2005, meeting. • ITEM 3. CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT to allow a public utility facility (sanitary sewer pump station). Legal Description – Tract 1 in the SW1/4 of Section 33-T101N-R48W Location – Three miles east of Sioux Falls Petitioner/Owner – City of Sioux Falls APPROVED 2005-05-04
Draft Minutes of MeetingThe City Planning Commission met at 7 p.m. Wednesday, May 4, 2005, at Carnegie Town Hall, 235 W. 10th St. (Bold italics indicates items to go to Council.) ITEMS RECEIVED AND FILED • Assistant Planning Director Jeff Schmitt recognized outgoing Commissioner Dave Benson with a plaque and thanked him for five years of dedicated service to the Planning Commission and the community of Sioux Falls. APPROVAL OF CONSENT AGENDA ITEM 6 IS MOVED TO THE REGULAR AGENDA. ITEMS 1-5 AND 7-10 ARE APPROVED AS CONSENT ITEMS. CONSENT AGENDA • ITEM 1. APPROVAL OF APRIL 6, 2005, MINUTES OF REGULAR MEETING. APPROVED • ITEM 2. PLATS. Approval of plat list for the month of April 2005. APPROVED • ITEM 3. 2005-03-02: MINOR AMENDMENT to Subarea A, Memorial Park PD, Planned Development District to remove item (e) from Other Regulations, “No building or parking lot development within 92 feet of the existing Tea-Ellis Road.” Legal Description: W. 561' N1/2 SW1/4 Except Lot H1 of NW1/4 SW1/4 Section 22-101-50, Minnehaha County (Ellis Road and 22nd Street.) APPROVED • ITEM 4. 2005-03-03: MINOR AMENDMENT to Subareas A & B, Roosevelt Park PD, Planned Development District to remove item (e) from Other Regulations, “No building or parking lot development within 92 feet of the existing Tea-Ellis Road.” Legal Description: Exhibit A, Section 22-101-50, Minnehaha County (Ellis Road and 32nd Street.) APPROVED • ITEM 5. 2005-03-04: MINOR AMENDMENT to Subareas A & B, Berry PD, Planned Development District to remove item (e) from Other Regulations, “No building or parking lot development within 92 feet of the existing Tea-Ellis Road.” Legal Description: SW1/4 SW1/4 Section 22-101-50, Minnehaha County (Ellis Road and 26th Street.) APPROVED • ITEM 6. 2005-03-14: REZONE AG, Agricultural District to the I-1, Light Industrial District to allow future light industrial development. Legal Description: SW1/4 NE1/4 Except Lot H-1; S1/2 Lot 1 of the NW1/4 Except Lot H-2; N1/2 Lot 1 of the SW1/4 Except Lot H-1; Section 31-102-49, Minnehaha County (54th Street North and Westport Avenue.) APPROVED • ITEM 7. 2005-04-06: REZONE RD, Residential District to the RA-1, Residential District to allow eight units on one lot. Legal Description: Lot 41A, 42A 43A, Block 1, Prairie Gardens Addition, Minnehaha County (Alpine Drive and East 41st Street.) APPROVED • ITEM 8. 2005-04-08: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the I-1, Light Industrial District to allow a parking lot expansion. Legal Description: W1/2 Lot 10, Sioux Empire Development Park One Addition, Minnehaha County (601 W. 48th St. N.) APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATION: 1. Provide a landscaping schedule indicating the number, size and species of trees to be planted. • ITEM 9. 2005-04-13: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the RS-2, Residential District to allow accessory parking for a school. Legal Description: Lots 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, and 9, Block 1, City View Addition, Minnehaha County (southeast corner of Fifth Street and Fairfax Avenue.) APPROVED • ITEM 10. AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF SIOUX FALLS, S.D., AMENDING PROCEDURES AND PUBLIC HEARINGS FOR CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT REQUESTS. APPROVED REGULAR AGENDA • ITEM 11. 2005-03-09: FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN in Subarea F, Granite Valley Planned Development District to allow display of modular model homes. Legal Description: A portion of Subarea F, Granite Valley Addition, to be platted as Lot 2, Block 17, Granite Valley Addition, Minnehaha County (Robur Avenue, east of Cliff Avenue.) APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. Landscaping is provided as required by the zoning ordinance. 2. Signage is revised to conform to the Subarea area regulations. • ITEM 12. 2005-03-18: DEFERRED MINOR AMENDMENT to Subarea A, Brady Estates East PD, Planned Development District to allow a 6-foot-high fence within 2 feet of the rear property line. Legal Description: Lot 23, Block 18, Brady Estates East Addition, Minnehaha County (3804 S. Bedford Ave.) DEFERRED BY PETITIONER FOR 30 DAYS • ITEM 13. 2005-03-23: DEFERRED REZONE RD, Residential District to the Prairie Flats PD, Planned Development District for single-family residential development. Legal Description: Lots 11-16, Block 12, Prairie Meadows Second Addition, Lincoln County (West Laquinta St. and South Bellwood Avenue.) DEFERRED BY PETITIONER FOR 30 DAYS • ITEM 14. 2005-03-33: FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN in Subarea C, Shadow Creek Planned Development District to allow construction of a personal services building. Legal Description: Lot 3 (Except the E. 156.0 feet), Shadow Creek 2nd Addition, Lincoln County, S.D. (69th Street and Charger Avenue.) APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. A replat of the subject property is required prior to building permit issuance. 2. Provide a 6-foot-high brick masonry wall and gated trash enclosure. 3. Provide underground lawn irrigation system. 4. Free-standing sign is to be located outside the pipeline easement and be a maximum 6- feet high, 48 square feet, and monument style with building-compatible materials. 5. The building sign shall not exceed 57 square feet in area based on building frontage. • ITEM 15. 2005-04-24: FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN in Subarea C, Shadow Creek Planned Development District to allow construction of an office building. Legal Description: East 156' of Lot 3, Block 1 Shadow Creek Second Addition, Lincoln County (East 69th Street and Charger Avenue.) APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. A replat of the subject property is required prior to building permit issuance. 2. Provide underground lawn irrigation system. 3. Provide a trash enclosure screen fence that is at least 6-feet high. 4. The free-standing sign is to be a maximum s6-feet high, 48 square feet, and monument style with building-compatible materials. • ITEM 16. 2005-04-04: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the C-2, General Commercial District to allow on-sale alcohol as an accessory use to a restaurant. Legal Description: S. 232' Block 1 Tom Berry's Addition to Sioux Falls, Minnehaha County (3412 S. Western Ave.) APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. Security-management plan is approved by the crime-prevention officer before business operation. 2. The conditional use permit is valid for this applicant only. • ITEM 17. 2005-04-05: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the C-2, General Commercial District to allow a telecommunication tower. Legal Description: Lot B, Elmen-Paulson Addn., Minnehaha County (701 E. 41st St.) APPROVED AS PRESENTED • ITEM 18. 2005-04-07: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the RD, Residential District to allow accessory parking. Legal Description: Lots 9 & 10, Block 8, Southlawn Subdivision, per exhibit A, Minnehaha County (1905 & 1907 S. Dakota Ave.) DEFERRED BY PETITIONER FOR 30 DAYS • ITEM 19. 2005-04-09: MAJOR AMENDMENT in Subarea A, Myrl & Roy's Addition Planned Development District to allow on-sale alcohol. Legal Description: Lot 1, Block 1, Myrl & Roy's Development Park Addition, Minnehaha County (3700 N. Potsdam Ave.) APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATION: 1. A security management plan is approved by the crime-prevention officer prior to business operation. • ITEM 20. 2005-04-10: REZONE from AG, Agricultural District to the C-4, Planned Commercial District and the RC, Recreation/Conservation District to allow commercial development. Legal Description: N 32 rods of the East 10 rods of the NW1/4 NE1/4, Section 22-101-50, Exhibit A, Minnehaha County (West 12th Street and Sertoma Avenue.) APPROVED • ITEM 21 2005-04-11: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the C-2, General Commercial District to allow a day-care center. Legal Description: N 300' S88' W1/2 W1/2 NW1/4, Seciton 3-101-49, Minnehaha County (3326 N. Cliff Ave.) APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATION: 1. Structurally sound abutments are place in the asphalt parking lot, which will limit car encroachment on the sidewalk located on the west side of the building. • ITEM 22. 2005-04-12: FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN in the Louise at 57th Street Crossing Planned Development District to allow construction of a multitenant commercial building. Legal Description: Lot 5 Except the N 122.5' thereof and except lot H-2 contained therein, all of lot 6 except H lots contained therein and all of lot 7, Block 3, Cottonwood Heights, Minnehaha County (57th Street and Louise Avenue) APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. Public sidewalk is to be provided in the street right-of-way. 2. Provide screening of the parking lot at the east end of the east parking lot, and at the north end of the west parking lot. 3. All signage is to conform to C-4, Planned Commercial sign regulations. Wall signs shall not be visible to adjacent residential properties. 4. Pole heights should be no more than 20 feet high. • ITEM 23. 2005-04-14: FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN in Subarea A, Prairie Meadows Planned Development District to allow construction of a bank. Legal Description: A part of Lot 4, Block 8, Prairie Meadows Second Addition, Lincoln County (southeast corner of Lot 4.) APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. Provide a 10-foot side-yard setback along the south property line. 2. Replat property before building permit issuance. 3. Provide underground lawn irrigation. • ITEM 24. 2005-04-15: FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN in Subarea A, Grand Prairie Planned Development District to allow construction of a community room/private club. Legal Description: Lot 1, Block 1, The Grand Prairie Addition (South Minnesota Avenue & West 77th Street.) APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. Landscaping as presented. • ITEM 25. 2005-04-16: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the RA-1, Residential District to allow accessory parking for a church. Legal Description: Lots 18 & 19, Block 1, Residence Park Addition, Minnehaha County (431 & 427 S. Western Ave.) APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATION: 1. Provide a landscape schedule indicating quantity, size and species. • ITEM 26. 2005-04-18: REZONE from the RD, Residential District to the S, Institutional District to allow student-room housing. Legal Description: Lot 25 & 26, Block 29, University 3rd Addition, Minnehaha County (2320 & 2316 S. Summit Ave.) APPROVED • ITEM 27. 2005-04-19: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the S, Institutional District to allow student-room housing. Legal Description: Lot 25 & 26, Block 29, University 3rd Addition, Minnehaha County (2316 and 2320 S. Summit Ave.) APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATION: 1. Provide a 6-foot-high screen fence and gated trash enclosure for dumpsters and recycling bins. • ITEM 28. 2005-04-20: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the S, Institutional District to allow student-room housing. Legal Description: Lots 1 & 3 & S 22' of lot 3, Block 25, Gerrish & Lords Addition (2405 S Grange Ave.) APPROVED FOR THE PLAN AS PRESENTED ITEM 29. 2005-04-22: FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN in Subarea B, River Crossings Planned Development District to allow construction of an office building. Legal Description: Block 6, River Crossing Addition, Lincoln County (River Crossing Place.) APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. There are three parking spaces nearing the entry of the day-care center, signed for temporary parking for drop-off. 2. The screening of the parking on the south side of the parking lot is accommodated through topography. 3. The west side of the southern parking lot is screened with a hedge. • ITEM 30. 2005-04-23: MAJOR AMENDMENT in Subarea B, Village at Heather Ridge to allow commercial uses. Legal Description: S. 150' of the North 406.75 E 202.83 of Tract 2, Village at Heather Ridge addition (South Old Village Place.) APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. The additional land use does not change the approved parking plan. 2. The subarea regulations for Subarea B are revised allowing a coffee shop with a drive- through as a permitted use. • ITEM 31. 2005-04-25: FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN in Subarea B, Prairie Green Planned Development District to allow for construction of an office/retail building. Legal Description: Tract 4A, Prairie Green Addition, Lincoln County (69th Street and Minnesota Avenue) APPROVED FOR THE PLAN AS PRESENTED • ITEM 32. 2005-04-26: FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN in Subarea C, Valhalla PD, Planned Development District and DESIGN REVIEW in the 49th Street Design Review District to construct a bank with drive-up. Legal Description: Lot 1A, Valhalla Addition, Minnehaha County (West 49th Street and South Louise Avenue.) APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. Replat the property prior to building permit issuance. 2. Provide underground lawn irrigation system. • ITEM 33. 2005-04-28: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the C-2, General Commercial District to allow off-site parking. Legal Description: S1/2 SE1/4 NE1/4 NE1/4 NE1/4 Section 32-101-49 (3413 S. Minnesota Ave.) APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. Approved for this applicant only. 2. Parking spaces are to be leased by written agreement for more than one year, and are to be signed as reserved for Viking Sheet Metal. • ITEM 34. R2003-10-14: REVIEW: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the RD, Residential District to allow a group home. Legal Description: Lots 7 & 8, Block 62, Kennedy's Subdivision of Park Addition, Minnehaha County (600 W. 26th St.) APPROVED • ITEM 35. AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF SIOUX FALLS, SD, AMENDING THE REVISED ORDINANCES OF THE CITY BY REVISING CERTAIN SUBDIVISION ORDINANCE EROSION CONTROL REGULATIONS APPROVED • ITEM 36. ADJOURN 2005-05-18
Airport board Minutes of April 26MINUTES OF MEETING April 26, 2005 The Sioux Falls Regional Airport Authority Board met at noon April 26, 2005, in the first-floor conference room of the Costello Terminal. For a list of bills approved, go to www.siouxfallsbusinessjournal.com. 1. MINUTES of the March 22, 2005, meeting. approved. 2. BILLS APPROVED. 3. CONSENT AGENDA ITEMS; APPROVED. A. Budget increase of $2,500 for a study of general aviation hangar needs. B. Budget increase of $1,336 for Comair advertising. 4. EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S REPORT A. Bids were opened April 19 for the public parking lot expansion. The low bidder made an $8,500 error in their bid calculation. They chose to honor their revised bid. The project will require a zoning variance from the City of Sioux Falls. Mike Breidenbach moved and Bill Dougherty seconded to award the bid to Zacharias Construction subject to receiving the zoning variance. Motion carried. B. There was a discussion of talking to Allegiant Air about Sioux Falls-Orlando service. C. Mark Griffin moved and Mike Breidenbach seconded approval of a contract with Goldsmith and Heck in the amount of $11,360.39 for engineering services for the parking lot expansion. Motion carried. D. Kelly Swain, the new Air Wisconsin station manager, was introduced. 5. PASSENGER SCREENING OPT-OUT Jerry Berry of Covenant Security made a presentation on passenger and baggage screening by private contractors. The Department of Homeland Security allows individual airports to opt-out of Federal screening. Covenant is one of three firms currently able to provide private screening, and they currently do the screening at San Francisco and Tupelo, Miss. Both airports are pleased with their overall performance and, especially, the customer service provided. With their staffing models, they can do better scheduling, which would allow for a smaller screening force. That allows them to pay the screeners a little more and provide better benefits, which results in lower turnover of personnel. They also believe they can do the job for less than the TSA currently requires to operate. Under the opt-out rules, the Department of Homeland Security would choose the screening company with input from the airport, fund the screening contract and provide the screening machines. Airports that opt-out are also allowed to opt back to TSA screening if they become unhappy with the private contractor. Bill Dougherty moved and Mike Breidenbach seconded to opt-out of federal passenger and baggage screening. Motion carried. 6. OLD BUSINESS Business Aviation is getting verbal bids on the new building and hangar they want to build. The building as designed is too high and restricts visibility from the control tower. They may redesign the roof-line or talk to the FAA about installing cameras to cover the shadowed areas. 7. 2004 FINANCIAL AUDIT REPORT Keith Severson of Eide Bailly presented the results of the 2004 financial audit. They have issued an unqualified opinion that the authority’s statements present fairly, in all material respects, the financial position of the authority and are in conformity with generally accepted accounting principles. Bill Dougherty moved and Mark Griffin seconded acceptance of the audit subject to its approval by the South Dakota Department of Legislative Audit. Motion carried. Mr. Severson then presented a management letter with some procedural recommendations. 8. ADVERTISING CONCESSION Mike Breidenbach moved and Tom Lien seconded approval of a five-year extension to Rohn Associates’ advertising concession agreement. Motion carried. MEETING ADJOURNED AT 1:21 P.M. Bills approved for payment Gene's Studio advertising $385.00 03/16/05 All City Pet Care Suzi $179.82 03/23/05 Amick Sound building repair/maint $120.11 " AT&T telephone $38.84 " Bargain Barn Tire Center tires/tire repair $305.95 " Bierschbach Equipment machinery repair/maint $60.66 " C&R Supply building repair/maint $72.41 " Crescent Electric electrical supplies $500.40 " Empire Electric electrical repair $1,541.07 " FedEx postage $13.95 " Fred the Fixer building repair/maint $143.00 " HDR Engineering aip #3-46-0050-34 #1 & 2 $16,985.00 " Heartland Paper Co janitorial supplies $578.34 " Interstate Office Products office supplies $31.42 " Linweld, Inc chemical supplies $152.28 " Maxim Technologies aip #3-46-0050-34 #1F $2,200.00 " Oshkosh Truck Corp rescue & fire fighting $273.22 " Otis Elevator Company building repair/maint $3,227.29 " Qwest telephone $242.40 " Sheehan Mack Sales machinery repair/maint $4,384.91 " Swift Contractors aip #3-46-0050-32 #15F $10,711.77 " Western Commercial Printing office supplies $149.00 " Zabel building repair/maint $68.71 " AFLAC payroll deduction - $25.66 $- 03/30/05 Business Aviation office repair/maint $155.00 " Chemco, Inc janitorial supplies $205.92 " Cliff Avenue Auto Parts machinery repair/maint $176.95 " Cliff Avenue Upholstery building repair/maint $5,000.00 " Eide Bailly accounting - audit 2004 $10,000.00 " FedEx postage $16.97 " Globe Airport Security February security $8,116.87 " Grainger small tools $98.10 " IBE office repair/maint $88.00 " KSOO-AM Radio advertising - America West $728.00 " KXRB-AM advertising - America West $728.00 " Lewis office supplies - film $421.96 " Marnach, Michael travel - Atlanta $676.85 " Sanitation Products machinery repair/maint $194.07 " Sioux Empire FCU payroll deduction - $175.00 $- " Sioux Falls Utilities water/sewer/other blding $1,260.57 " Sioux Valley Wireless advertising - internet $257.35 " SD Supplemental Retirement payroll deduction - $220.00 $- " Standard Parking parking permits - 2nd qtr $150.00 " Temtec security supplies $493.46 " Ulteig Engineers engineering $255.00 " West Coast Sales runway/taxiway repair/maint $269.96 " America West Airlines advertising $3,798.76 " Argus Leader allegiant ads $2,541.56 04/06/05 Brown, Larry insurance deduct $526.25 " Chemco, Inc janitorial supplies $855.61 " City Glass & Glazing building repair/maint $948.60 " City of Sioux Falls telephone $68.45 " HDR Engineering aip #3-46-0050-34 #1 $4,599.25 " Heartland Paper Co janitorial supplies $156.93 " Howes Oil Co gas $5,203.50 " Interstate Office Products office supplies $82.89 " Janitor's Closet janitorial supplies $480.00 " KDLT-TV Comair ads $3,153.44 " Linweld, Inc machinery repair/maint $40.00 " Lostroh, Greg snow removal $1,437.50 " Midstates, Co uniforms $615.15 " Minnehaha County Fire Ch dues $50.00 " Monte's Workshop rescue & fire fighting $2,442.00 " Sheehan Mack Sales machinery repair/maint $138.68 " Sioux Falls Shopping News printing $10.50 " Sioux Falls Utilities electricity;ther blding utilities $11,398.10 " Sioux Valley Health Plan payroll deduction - $903.04 $4,576.96 " SD Retirement System payroll deduction - $2643.62 $2,620.09 " Standard Insurance Co insurance $363.00 " Tractor Suppluy Co machinery repair/maint $34.38 " Tri-State Garage Door building repair/maint $195.75 " Verizon Wireless telephone $34.94 " Workplace Sound building repair/maint $75.00 " Petty Cash/Michael Marnach misc expenses $200.00 " Ascent Technologies, Inc airplace deicing fluid $20,928.64 4/13/05 DeRaad Welding & Machine machinery repair/maint $949.75 " FedEx postage $6.97 " Gene's Studio advertising $168.00 " HDR Engineering aip #3-46-0050-34 #2 $56,249.61 " MidAmerican Energy natural gas;other blding utilities $13,204.50 " Sioux Empire FCU payroll deduction - $175.00 $- " Sixel Consulting advertising $1,021.43 " SD Supplemental Retirement payroll deduction - $220.00 $- " Waste Management sanitation $289.77 " AT&T telephone $78.89 04/20/05 Brock White Co LLC runway/taxiway repair/maint $84.00 " Builders Supply Company building repair/maint $335.80 " City of Sioux Falls word processing $65.00 " Crescent Electric electrical supplies $245.86 " Dakotaland Sod Farms Inc building repair/maint $803.00 " Eide Bailly accounting - audit 2004 $4,550.00 " Electric Construction Co electrical repair $308.66 " Exide machinery repair/maint $165.81 " FedEx postage $32.11 " Hander Plunbing/Heating plumbing repair/maint $85.71 " Handy Man plumbing repair/maint $344.31 " Hummer of Sioux Falls machinery repair/maint $98.27 " J.D. Evans Inc machinery repair/maint $1,733.63 " Johnson Controls heating/ ac repair/maint $218.50 " Lewis Drug Inc machinery $315.00 " Messerli, Mary medical $2,140.00 " Orbitcom telephone $85.06 " Otis Elevator Company building repair/maint $3,227.29 " Photo-Cine Supply security $145.50 " Qwest telephone $685.87 " Sheehan Mack Sales machinery repair/maint $208.32 " Sixel Consulting advertising $2,536.00 " Tractor Supply Co runway/taxiway repair/maint $40.62 " Trane heating/ ac repair/maint $162.39 " Trane machinery repair/maint $406.64 " Total $230,226.78 Payroll pay period ending 03/27/05 $26,877.65 04/01/05 pay period ending 04/10/05 $22,163.34 04/15/05 $49,040.99 Standard Parking February management fee $28,029.70 04/16/05 2005-06-01
Draft Minutes of Airport Board MeetingDRAFT MINUTES OF MEETING May 26, 2005 The Sioux Falls Regional Airport Authority Board met at noon May 26, 2005, in the first-floor conference room of the Costello Terminal. For a list of bills approved, go to www.siouxfallsbusinessjournal.com. MEMBERS PRESENT: Neil Schmid, Mike Breidenbach, Tom Lien, Bill Dougherty STAFF PRESENT: Michael Marnach, Gary Messerli GUESTS PRESENT: Steve Wagner, Dale Froehlich, Dick Dempster, Jack Ricchiuto, Mark Tate, Jerry Evenson, Mark McKee, T.J. Jackson, Lance Myrick 1. MINUTES of the April 26, 2005, meeting APPROVED. 2. BILLS APPROVED. 3. CONSENT AGENDA ITEMS; APPROVED. A. Travel by Bill Dougherty to the AAAE/ACI-NA Summer Legislative Issues Conference, July 18 and 19 in Washington, D.C. B. Travel by Executive Director Michael Marnach to visit Allegiant Air in Las Vegas on June 21. C. Accept low bid of Terin Corp. on concrete rehabilitation project. D. Accept AIP grant in the amount of $2,783,500. E. Approve testing contract with Maxim Technologies for $17,530. F. Approve 2004 Annual Report. G. Approve assumption of T-hangar lease by Carl Koch through Dec. 31, 2005. 4. EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S REPORT A. The court hearing on the authority’s claim against Ryan Automotive for its unpaid revenue guarantee is June 13. B. Mark Tate of Compass Group advised the board that it will be replacing the restaurant manager in the terminal over service issues. C. America West Express’ first quarter was profitable, so they do not have to tap the revenue guarantee from the Small Community Air Service Development Grant. 5. BUSINESS AVIATION HANGAR Steve Wagner of Coffman Associates reported that its study revealed the new hangar and administration building Business Aviation proposes is justified by trends in general aviation travel and would be similar to what fixed-base operators at like-sized airports are doing. He also reported similar buildings have been built on land with 25-year leases from airports. Dick Dempster of Architecture Inc. reported the roof of the hangar has been redesigned to eliminate sight-line problems from the FAA Control Tower. Bill Dougherty moved approval to buy the building and lease it back to Business Aviation subject to FAA approval of the notice of proposed construction. After discussion, Mr. Dougherty amended his motion to also make approval of the sale and lease-back arraignment subject to negotiation of lease terms. Tom Lien seconded. Motion carried. Dale Froehlich of Business Aviation stated that the building would be appraised on completion. The authority would buy it for the appraised value with a cap of $3.5 million. 6. INSURANCE Sioux Valley Health Insurance proposes a 9 percent premium increase. Bill Dougherty moved to renew the health-insurance coverage with Sioux Valley Health effective July 1 and to provide 100 percent-paid dental insurance for employees effective Jan. 1, 2006, and to increase the health insurance deductible employees pay to $500 effective Jan. 1, 2006. Tom Lien seconded. Motion carried. 7. PARKING AGREEMENT RENEWAL Jack Ricchiuto of Standard Parking requested a five-year renewal of the management agreement for the public lot. In return, the business would allocate $136,000 for an expansion of the long-term lot and the construction of canopies over the exit lanes. Tom Lien moved and Bill Dougherty seconded to renew Standard Parking’s agreement for five years subject to Standard Parking paying up to $136,000 for expansion and improvements. Motion carried. 8. AVIS/BUDGET CO-BRANDING Mark McKee of 5 Star Car Rental, the Avis franchisee, requested he be able to co-brand with Budget Rent-a-Car. Cendant franchises both Avis and Budget Car Rentals. After discussion by the board, Mr. McKee withdrew his request. 9. LANDSCAPING Bill Dougherty moved and Mike Breidenbach seconded approval of a landscaping contract with Landscape Garden Centers not to exceed $20,000 to landscape around the public parking lot. Motion carried. 10. ELECTION OF OFFICERS Bill Dougherty moved and Neil Schmid seconded to elect the following officers for the coming year: Mike Breidenbach, chairman; Tom Lien, vice chairman; and Michael Marnach, secretary. Motion carried. MEETING ADJOURNED AT 11:45 A.M. 2005-06-01
City Planning Commission Draft MinutesDRAFT MINUTES OF MEETING June 1, 2005 (Bold italics indicates items go to City Council.) The City Planning Commission met at 7 p.m. Wednesday, June 1, 2005, at the Carnegie Town Hall, 235 W. 10th St. ITEMS RECEIVED AND FILED • None. APPROVAL OF CONSENT AGENDA ITEM 6 IS MOVED TO THE REGULAR AGENDA. ITEMS 1-5 AND 7-8 ARE APPROVED AS CONSENT ITEMS. CONSENT AGENDA • ITEM 1. APPROVAL OF MAY 4, 2005, MINUTES OF REGULAR MEETING. APPROVED • ITEM 2. PLATS. APPROVED • ITEM 3. 2005-05-05: REZONE AG, Agricultural District to the O, Office District for a fire station. Legal Description: A Portion of S1/2 SW1/4 Section 15-101-50 platted as Tract 1, Crusher’s Addition, Minnehaha County (West 12th Street/ South Dakota Highway 42.) APPROVED • ITEM 4. 2005-05-07: REZONE RA-2, Residential to S, Institutional for office use of existing property. Legal Description: E2/3 Lot 8 (Ex. E. 8') and Lot 9, Block 11, Lewis Addition, Minnehaha County (620 W. 18th St.) APPROVED • ITEM 5. 2005-05-10: REZONE RD, Residential District to O, Office District to allow office development. Legal Description: Portion of Tract 1, Thoms Addition, Lincoln County (Southeast corner of East 57th Street and South Southeastern Avenue.) APPROVED • ITEM 6. 2005-05-11: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the RS-1, Residential District to allow a day-care center. Legal Description: Lot 6a in Block 3 of Palmer Highland Addition, Minnehaha County (6820 W. 26th St.) DEFERRED (to allow time for the applicant to hold neighborhood meetings and prepare covenants.) • ITEM 7. 2005-05-12: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the I-1, Light Industrial District to allow automobile repair, display and sales. Legal Description: Lots 4 and 5, Block 6, east of the Rail Road Right of Way, Rowland's Addition, Minnehaha County (813 S. 9th Ave.) APPROVED • ITEM 8. 2005-04-29: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the RS-2, Residential District to allow single family attached housing-twin homes. Legal Description: Lots 24-27, Block 1, Haley Park Addition, Minnehaha County (North Orion Drive.) APPROVED REGULAR AGENDA • ITEM 9. 2005-03-18: MINOR AMENDMENT to Subarea A, Brady Estates East PD, Planned Development District to allow a six-foot high fence within two feet of the rear property line. Legal Description: Lot 23, Block 18, Brady Estates East Addition, Minnehaha County (3804 S. Bedford Avenue.) WITHDRAWN • ITEM 10. 2005-04-07: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the RD, Residential District to allow accessory parking. Legal Description: Lots 9 & 10, Block 8, Southlawn Subdivision, per exhibit A, Minnehaha County (1905 & 1907 S. Dakota Ave.) APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. Screen fencing at adjoining residential uses is to be five-foot high opaque vinyl fence, off-white or light earth tone in color. 2. Building signage shall not face residential uses east of Minnesota Avenue. 3. The new trash enclosure is to be a solid masonry wall, six feet high and gated. 4. Provided a plant material schedule- number, size and species. 5. Obtain a variance to reduce the parking requirements. • ITEM 11. 2005-04-27: FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN in Subarea A, Lundstroms 2nd Subdivision PD, Planned Development District to construct five residential four-plexes. Legal Description: Tracts 3 & 4, Lundstrom’s 2nd Addition, Lincoln County. (Miles Place and Ralph Rogers Road.) DEFERRED (To allow time for the Applicant to have a neighborhood meeting.) • ITEM 12. R2004-11-05: REVIEW CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the C-2, General Commercial District to allow on-sale alcohol establishment. Legal Description: Lots 9-11, Except H2, Block 12, Van Eps Addition, Minnehaha County (902, 904 and 906 S. Cliff Avenue.) APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. The Applicant is allowed 30 days to complete the original stipulations for approval. 2. The Applicant is to hold a neighborhood meeting and report back to the Planning Commission in 30 days. • ITEM 13. 2005-05-01: FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN in Subarea A, Prairie Vista PD, Planned Development District to construct an office building. Legal Description: To be platted as Tract 2, Prairie Vista Addition, Minnehaha County (S. Western Ave. north of 69th Street.) APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. The size of the wall sign over the main entrance shall be no more than 47 square feet. 2. Provide a landscaping schedule indicating number, size and species of plantings. • ITEM 14. 2005-05-02: MAJOR AMENDMENT in Subareas A, B and C, Bentwood Place PD, Planned Development District to modify allowed land uses and Subarea Boundaries. Legal Description: Tract 1, Serr-Al Estates Addition in N1/2 NW1/4 and N1/2 SW1/4 and S1/2 NW1/4 and W. 650' N1/2 NW1/4 except N. 1005', per Exhibit A, in Section 17-100-50, Lincoln County (W. 69th Street and S. Tall Grass Avenue.) DEFERRED • ITEM 15. 2005-05-06: FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN to construct a retail strip center in Subarea B, Redrock Park Addition PD, Planned Development District. Legal Description: Tract A, Red Rock Park 2nd Addition, Minnehaha County (5400 E. Arrowhead Parkway.) APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. Submit a signage plan for approval by the Planning Director. 2. Submit a north building elevation drawing for approval by the Planning Director. 3. Regarding site storm water runoff quantity and quality control, submit one of the following prior to building permit issuance: a. Secure from the Tysdall/Rodell ownership group a written letter of consent to utilize the existing drainage pond. b. Secure a purchase/settlement by and between the City and the Tysdal/Rodell group for the drainage pond area. c. Construct a temporary on-site water quality and stormwater detention until either a. or b. is secured. 4. Provide a total of 20 trees on the project site. Revise the plan to show nine additional trees on-site and locate one of the trees in the front yard along Highline Place. 5. Provide a plan to screen the parking lot from adjacent residential property for approval by the Planning Director. • ITEM 16. 2005-05-09: FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN to Subarea A, River Crossing PD, Planned Development District to construct a restaurant. Legal Description: A Portion of Block 5, River Crossing Addition, Lincoln County (S. Western Avenue and W. 57th Street.) APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. Amended Parking Plan. 2. Sprinkler irrigation is provided. • ITEM 17. 2005-05-13: REZONE from the RS-1, Residential District to the O, Office District to allow construction of a photography studio. Legal Description: Tracts A & B of Lot 8, Block 12, Prairie Tree Addtion, Lincoln County (5008 S. Minnesota Ave.) DEFERRED BY THE PETITIONER • ITEM 18. 2005-05-08: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the C-4, Planned Commercial District to operate a passenger bus terminal. Legal Description: S. 20' Lots 9, 10 and 11, and all of Lots 12 & 13, Block 55, Airport Addition, Minnehaha County (1500 W. Russell Street.) DEFERRED (Until such time that the building may be inspected for safety by building services and the fire department and traffic engineering reviews parking and bus functionality on the site and a site plan which offers zoning requirements is provided.) • ITEM 19. 2005-05-19: MINOR AMENDMENT in Subarea A, Village at Heather Ridge PD to allow an increase in building signage and to allow a trash enclosure in the front yard on S. Western Avenue. Legal Description: Lot G, Village At Heather Ridge Addition, Lincoln County (Old Village Place, SE corner of 69th and Western Ave.) APPROVED • ITEM 20. 2005-05-14: FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN in Subarea A, Village at Heather Ridge Planned Development District to allow construction of a retail building. Legal Description: Tract 2 of the Heather Ridge Addition, and other portions Section 15-101-50, Lincoln County (69th and Western Ave.) APPROVED • ITEM 21. 2005-05-15: FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN in Subarea B, Lundstrom's Second Subdivision PD, Planned Development District to construct a motor vehicle display and sales business. Legal Description: Portion of SW1/4 Section 9-100-50 Except the Easterly 250' lying adjacent to Ralph Rogers Road, Lincoln County (S. Louise Avenue and W. 69th Street.) APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATION: 1. Berm along the north is constructed according to the civil engineering plan and includes tree plantings as indicated on the architectural landscaping plan. • ITEM 22. 2005-05-16: MAJOR AMENDMENT to Subarea A, Prairie Meadows PD, Planned Development District to allow on-sale alcohol establishment as an accessory use to a restaurant. Legal Description: Lot 4, Except Tract A Contained Therein, and Lot 5, Both in Block 8, Prairie Meadows Second Addition, Lincoln County (W. 69th Street and S. Minnesota Avenue.) APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. A security management plan is approved by the crime prevention officer. 2. The application is valid for this tenant space only. • ITEM 23. ADJOURN 2005-06-15
City and County Planning CommissionsDraft minutes of meeting June 28, 2005 The Sioux Falls and Minnehaha County planning commissions met June 28, 2005, in the Commission Room of the Minnehaha County Administration Building, 415 N. Dakota Ave. ITEM 1. APPROVAL of the May 25, 2005, minutes. • ITEM 2 . CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT to exceed 1,200 square feet of accessory building area (existing 774 square feet, proposed 676 square feet). Legal Description – Block 5 O’Hanlon’s Additions NE1/4 of Section 29-T101NR48W Location – Two miles east of Sioux Falls Petitioner/Owner – Danielle Beaubien Approved with the following stipulations: 1. A total of 1450 square feet of accessory buildings shall be allowed on the property. Building sizes shall be measured on the exterior of the building and shall not include roof overhangs. 2. No commercial uses or the storage of commercial equipment shall be allowed on the property. The building shall be used strictly for the petitioner’s personal, noncommercial storage. 2005-06-15
City Planning CommissionThe City Planning Commission met at 7 p.m. Wednesday, July 6, 2005, at Carnegie Town Hall, 235 W. 10th St. ITEMS RECEIVED AND FILED • None. APPROVAL OF CONSENT AGENDA ITEMS 1-11 ARE APPROVED AS CONSENT ITEMS. CONSENT AGENDA • ITEM 1. APPROVAL OF JUNE 1, 2005, MINUTES OF REGULAR MEETING. APPROVED • ITEM 2. PLATS. APPROVED • ITEM 3. 2005-06-11: REZONE from the AG, Agricultural District to the RS-2, and RD, Residential District to allow Residential Development. Legal Description: Tracts 1 through 4, Rocky Ridge Addition in the NE1/4 NW1/4 Section 22-101-50, Minnehaha County (West Browning Street, south of 12th Street) APPROVED • ITEM 4. 2005-03-35: PRELIMINARY SUBDIVISION PLAN for Rocky Ridge Second Addition, a residential development. Legal Description: Tracts 1-4, and S. 898.6' NE1/4 NW1/4 Section 22-101-50 lying between said Tracts 1-4 and Tract A, Rocky Ridge Addition, Minnehaha County (West 12th Street and South Discovery Avenue.) APPROVED • ITEM 5. 2005-06-03: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the I-1, Light Industrial District to allow a day-care center. Legal Description: Tract A of Lot 2, Block 1A, of Hutchinson Addition, Minnehaha County (4400 N. Lewis Ave.) APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. Provide public sidewalk on Lewis Avenue. 2. Sign parking spaces as reserved for day-care use only. • ITEM 6. 2005-06-09: MAJOR AMENDMENT in Subarea B, Prairie View Planned Development District to allow medical office uses. Legal Description: Tract C, Lot 2E, Speir's Addition, Lincoln County (4901 Isabel Place.) APPROVED • ITEM 7. 2005-06-10: REZONE RS-2, Residential District to O, Office District to allow multitenant office park development. Legal Description: Government Lot 1, East of Interstate 29 in portion of SE1/4 Section 7-100-50 lying north of Interstate 229 and east of Interstate 29, Lincoln County (West 57th Street and I-29.) APPROVED • ITEM 8. 2005-06-16: PRELIMINARY SUBDIVISION PLAN for the Edge Addition. Legal Description: Government Lot 1, East of Interstate 29 in portion of SE1/4 Section 7-100-50 lying north of Interstate 229 and east of Interstate 29, Lincoln County (West 57th Street and I-29.) APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATION: 1. City engineer approval before City Council. • ITEM 9. 2005-06-17: MINOR AMENDMENT in Subarea B, Aspen Hills Planned Development District to allow a 6-foot fence at the property line and a shed in the front-yard setback. Legal Description: Lot 8, Block 5, Aspen Hillas Addition, Minnehaha County (5311 Lake Placid Circle) APPROVED • ITEM 10. 2005-06-05: MAJOR AMENDMENT in Subarea A, Parsonage Planned Development District to allow changes in land use. Legal Description: S 110' E115', Block 10, Tom Berry's Addition to South Sioux Falls, Minnehaha County (3915 S. Hawthorne Ave.) APPROVED • ITEM 11. 2005-06-07: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the C-4, Planned Commercial District to allow on-sale alcohol establishment accessory use to a restaurant. Legal Description: Lot 3, Tract 1, Golden Valley Addition, Minnehaha County (1914 S. Sycamore Ave.) APPROVED REGULAR AGENDA • ITEM 12. RECOMMENDATION OF CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PROGRAM 2006 TO 2010. APPROVED • ITEM 13. 2005-04-27: FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN in Subarea A, Lundstroms Planned Development District to allow construction of four-plexes. Legal Description: Tracts 3 & 4, of Lundstrom’s 2nd Addition, Lincoln County (Miles Place yond the 15-foot front-yard setback to offer safe pedestrian circulation along Jeanne Drive. 2. The trees planted on the site are in accord with the planting sctrees of both deciduous and evergreen varieties. 3. The colors of the CMUs on the west side of the shopping center change with the number of shops. The plan presented would afford five separating colors. 4. Replat in accord with the Lorraine Town Center Addition preliminary subdivision plan. and Ralph Rogers Road.) APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. Density bonus application approved by planning director. 2. Landscaping schedule approved by planning director. • ITEM 14. 2005-04-31: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the C-2, General Commercial District to rebuild an existing off-premise sign exceeding 288-square feet. Legal Description: Lot 1, Block 1, Taggart Addition, Minnehaha County (4401 E. 10th St.) DENIED • ITEM 15. 2005-05-08: DEFERRED CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the C-4, Planned Commercial District to operate a passenger bus terminal. Legal Description: S. 20' Lots 9, 10 and 11, and all of Lots 12 & 13, Block 55, Airport Addition, Minnehaha County (1500 W. Russell St.) DEFERRED FOR 30 DAYS • ITEM 16. 2005-05-11: DEFERRED CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the RS-1, Residential District to allow a day-care center. Legal Description: Lot 6a in Block 3 of Palmer Highland Addition, Minnehaha County (6820 W. 26th St.) DEFERRED BY THE APPLICANT FOR 30 DAYS • ITEM 17. 2005-05-13: DEFERRED REZONE from the RS-1, Residential District to the O, Office District to allow construction of a photography studio. Legal Description: Tracts A & B of Lot 8, Block 12, Prairie Tree Addition, Lincoln County (5008 S. Minnesota Ave.) DEFERRED BY PETITIONER FOR 30 DAYS • ITEM 18. 2005-05-20: PRELIMINARY SUBDIVISION PLAN for the Lorraine Towne Center Addition for commercial development. Legal Description: That portion of Lot 10 of Resubdivision of Sioux Falls Farmstead, according to the recorded plat thereof, which lies southwesterly of Lots H1 and H2, which lies east of the West ROW line of South Edna Avenue, which lies north of the north line of west Jeanne Drive and which lies west of the west line of tract 1 of said lot 10 contained therein (except Marion Place Addition contained therein, except lots 1 and 2 of Schwartz Addition contained there in, except Sherman lots 1 and 2 contained therein to be replatted; Sherman lot 1, part of lot 10 of resubdivision of Sioux Falls Farmstead section 25-101-50; Sherman lot 2, Part of Lot 10 of Resubdivision of Sioux Falls Farmstead Section 25-101-50, Lot 9 of the Resubdivision of Sioux Falls Farmstead in N1/2 Section 25-101-50; That portion of Tract 1 in Lot 10 of the Resubdivision of Sioux Falls Farmstead in the N 1/2 Section 25-101-50 according to the recorded plat thereof, lying southwesterly of lot H-2 contained therein, Minnehaha County. (West 26th Street.) APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. The planning director and the city engineer sign the preliminary plan prior to City Council action. • ITEM 19. 2005-05-17: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the C-4, Planned Commercial District to allow commercial development. Legal Description: Sherman Lots 1 and 2, Part of Lot 10, together with that part of Lots 10, except Tracts 5 and 7 and dedicated ROW abutting thereto of Marion Place Addition contained therein and except Lots 1 and 2 of Schwartz Addition contained therein, lying southwesterly of Lots H1 and H2 of Lot 10 and Lying westerly of proposed South Lorraine Drive ROW and lying easterly of west ROW line of existing South Edna Avenue extended south to West Jeanne Drive, all of Resubdivision of Sioux Falls Farmstead in the N1/2 Section 25-101-50, Minnehaha County (south of 26th Street, west of of Interstate 29 and north of Jeanne Drive, west of Lorraine Drive.) APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. A sidewalk within an easement provided beyond the 15-foot front-yard setback to offer safe pedestrian circulation along Jeanne Drive. 2. The trees planted on the site are in accord with the planting schedule and include 117 trees of both deciduous and evergreen varieties. 3. The colors of the CMUs on the west side of the shopping center change with the number of shops. The plan presented would afford five separating colors. 4. Replat in accord with the Lorraine Town Center Addition preliminary subdivision plan. • ITEM 20. 2005-06-01: REZONE from the RA-2, Residential District to the C-2, General Commercial District to allow mini-storage units. Legal Description: S. 44' Lot 9, Block 10, Bradley 1st Addition, Minnehaha County (218 S. Williams Ave.) APPROVED • ITEM 21. 2005-06-02: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the C-1, Neighborhood Commercial District and the RD, Residential District to construct 5,100 square feet addition to existing commercial building. Legal Description: Lots 1-4. 13-16 and north 17' feet of Lot 12 in Weston’s 1st Addition, Minnehaha County. (26th Street and Western Avenue, 2011 W. 26th St.) APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. Plan as presented. 2. Signage plan that shows wall or building signs directed west and north only. Monument signs consistent with the city zoning ordinance and approved by the planning director. 3. Landscaping, including irrigation, will be completed according to the site plan and include curbed tree islands around the trees on the eastern edge of the parking lot. 4. Parking lot will be striped and as approved by the city traffic engineer. • ITEM 22. 2005-06-04: MAJOR AMENDMENT in Subarea B, Platinum Valley Planned Development District to allow changes in land uses. Legal Description: Tract 3, Platinum Valley Addition, Lincoln County (West 74th Street and Louise Avenue) DEFERRED BY PETITIONER FOR 60 DAYS • ITEM 23. R2004-11-05: REVIEW CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the C-2, General Commercial District to allow on-sale alcohol establishment. Legal Description: Lots 9-11, Except H2, Block 12, Van Eps Addition, Minnehaha County (902, 904 and 906 S. Cliff Ave.) APPROVED • ITEM 24. 2005-06-08: MINOR AMENDMENT to allow on-sale alcohol establishment accessory use to a motel. Legal Description: Lot 1, Block 4, Redstone Village Addition, Minnehaha County (5410 N. Granite Lane.) APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATION: 1. Security management plan approved by the Police Department. • ITEM 25. 2005-06-14: MINOR AMENDMENT in the Minnehaha County Courthouse Planned Development District to allow required front yard on Main Avenue from 25 feet to 19 feet to match established building setback, 5 feet for the canopy, to allow a trash enclosure in the front-yard setback, reduce front-yard setback along North Fourth Street from 25 feet to 8 feet for parking and to reduce on-site parking from 318 spaces to 142 spaces. Legal Description: Tract 1 & 2 of Minnehaha County Planned Development Addition; Block 29 including vacated alley, Brookings and Edmunds Addition; E1/2 of vacated Dakota Avenue, Minnehaha County (515 N. Main Ave.) APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATION: 1. If the sidewalk is removed as part of the project, the new installation of the sidewalk is moved 5 feet from the back of the curb. • ITEM 26. 2005-06-13: FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN in the Minnehaha County Courthouse PD to allow reconstruction of existing building for the Sioux Falls/Minnehaha County Human Services Center. Legal Description: Tract 1 & 2 of Minnehaha County Planned Development Addition; Block 29 including vacated alley, Brookings and Edmunds Addition; E1/2 of vacated Dakota Avenue, Minnehaha County (515 N. Main Ave.) APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. Window and door materials are approved by the planning director. 2. The trash enclosure is constructed of the same materials as the building. • ITEM 27. 2005-06-15: FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN in Subarea D, Rolling Heights PD, Planned Development District to construct a convenience store with gas dispensing. Legal Description: Block 3, Cypres Knol Addition, Minnehaha County (6001 S. Western Ave.) DEFERRED • ITEM 28. 2005-05-04: MINOR AMENDMENT to Subarea A, Village at Heather Ridge Addition PD, Planned Development District to allow an on-sale alcohol establishment as an accessory use to a restaurant. Legal Description: Lot G, Village At Heather Ridge Addition, Lincoln County (69th Street and Western Avenue.) APPROVED • ITEM 29. 2005-05-02: MAJOR AMENDMENT in Subareas A, B and C, Bentwood Place PD, Planned Development District to modify allowed land uses and Subarea Boundaries. Legal Description: Tract 1, Serr-Al Estates Addition in N1/2 NW1/4 and N1/2 SW1/4 and S1/2 NW1/4 and W. 650' N1/2 NW1/4 except N. 1005' in Section 17-100-50, Lincoln County (69th Street and Tall Grass Avenue.) APPROVED • ITEM 30. 2005-06-12: PRELIMINARY SUBDIVISION PLAN for the Bentwood Village Addition. Legal Description: Tract 1 Sherri-Al Estates located in the N1/2 NW1/4 and the S1/2 NW1/4; N1/2 SW1/4 and the S1/2of the NW1/4 and the W. 650' N1/2 NW1/4, except the North 1005', all portions of Section 17-100-50, Lincoln County (69th Street and Paseo Avenue) APPROVED • ITEM 31. ADJOURN. MEETING ADJOURNED AT 9:30 P.M. 2005-07-13
Airport Board MinutesDraft minutes of meeting July 28, 2005 The Sioux Falls Regional Airport Authority Board met at noon, July 28, 2005, in the first-floor conference room of the Costello Terminal. For a list of approved bills, go to www.siouxfallsbusinessjournal.com. • 1. MINUTES of the June 23, 2005, meeting; APPROVED. • 2. BILLS; APPROVED. • 3. CONSENT AGENDA ITEMS; APPROVED. A. Contract with Maxim Technologies for quality assurance testing services, $17,530. B. Approve change order No. 2 with Soukup Construction, $6,630. C. Approve assumption of t-hangar lease by Dan Healy. D. Approve agreement with Ulteig Engineers for design of camera placement and lighting, $19,500. • 4. EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S REPORT. A. Alpine Aviation was dunned for unpaid landing fees. Half the amount has now been received with the account to be made current by the end of the year. B. The South Dakota Department of Legislative Audit has accepted the 2004 financial audit. C. The employee handbook has been updated. D. America West Express realized a loss of $75,265 for the first six months. The authority will reimburse them from the Small Community Air Service Development grant. • 5. BUSINESS AVIATION HANGAR COST. Tom Lien moved to amortize the cost of the Business Aviation general office and hangar building to Business Aviation at 5.5% for the first five years, then at the LIBOR rate plus 200 basis points for the next 20 years with the rate to be adjusted at every five-year anniversary for a total of 25 years; that Business Aviation pay on the principal and interest; the cost to the authority be the appraised value with a cap of $3.65 million; and the land rent be in addition to the building payments. Neil Schmid seconded. Motion carried on a vote of 4-1 with Bill Dougherty against. On a side note, the Board of Adjustment did not approve a variance for the building to exceed the 35-foot height limit. It did approve a parking variance. • 6. LEGISLATIVE ISSUES CONFERENCE. Bill Dougherty recently attended the ACI-NA Legislative Issues Conference. There were eight congressmen and one senator in attendance. Discussions involved concerns over the state of the airline industry, how the air traffic system is paid for, and the possible effect that introduction of the private Eclipse jet will have on the airline industry. • 7. SECURITY CAMERAS AND LIGHTING. Ulteig Engineers has drafted a plan to add 36 security cameras in the concourse, main terminal level, international arrivals area, terminal ramp and public parking lot. The project is estimated to cost $100,000 to $120,000. The cameras will be hooked to digital video recorders. There was a discussion of using wireless cameras instead of hard-wiring them. Ulteig also has drafted a plan to provide better illumination in the public parking lot. It was decided that the aim should be illumination of 90 percent of the lot. Ulteig also was asked to look at increasing the illumination of the employee and VIP lots. • 8. MASTER PLAN. Coffman Associates was the only qualified master planner to respond to the authority’s solicitation. Neil Schmid moved and Mark Griffin seconded to contract with Coffman Associates to update the master plan. Motion carried. • 9. RYAN AUTOMOTIVE RECEIVABLE. An agreement was reached with Ryan Automotive on the receivable due from them. That amount has been received. Neil Schmid moved and Tom Lien seconded to write-off the remaining $34,611.93. Motion carried. • MEETING ADJOURNED AT 1:08 P.M. Ck # Vendor Account Description Amount Date Paid 20357 A-1 Septic sewer $255.00 06/22/05 20358 America West Airlines security $75,000.00 " 20359 Argus Leader Allegiant ads $610.90 " 20360 AT&T telephone $49.92 " 20361 Christopherson Bailin Anderson legal $6,559.48 " 20362 Globe Airport Security May security $9,106.26 " 20363 Green 4 Ever building maintenance $50.24 " 20364 Qwest telephone $292.18 " 20365 Oshkosh fire fighting and rescue $340.58 " 20366 Sioux Empire Fed Credit Un payroll deduction $175.00 $- " 20367 SD Supplemental Retirement payroll deduction - $145.00 $- " 20368 Standard Insurance Co insurance $326.25 " 20369 Advertising Arts, Inc security upgrades $249.48 07/06/05 20370 AmeriBridge Services building maintenance $2,461.00 " 20371 Business Aviation radio maintenance $153.75 " 20372 Chemco,Inc janitorial supplies $763.40 " 20372 Christopherson Bailin Anderson attorney $2,125.67 " 20374 Compro, Inc telephone $90.00 " 20375 Dakota Security Systems security supplies $207.50 " 20376 Davis Equipment Corp machinery maintenance $32.72 " 20377 Dissing, Stan other current expense $100.00 " 20378 E-Z Liner machinery maintenance $247.14 " 20379 FedEx postage $7.16 " 20380 Fred the Fixer building maintenance $45.00 " 20381 Globe Airport Security May security $10,186.81 " 20382 HDR Engineering aip #3-46-0050-34 #4F $28,200.01 " 20383 Heartland Paper Co janitorial supplies $495.00 " 20384 Inland Truck Parts & Service machinery maintenance $54.13 " 20385 Janitor's Closet janitorial supplies $86.58 " 20386 Landscape Garden Centers building maintenance $950.00 " 20387 OrbitCom telephone $57.88 " 20388 Otis Elevator Company building maintenance $3,227.29 " 20389 Pheasantland Industries other building maint $15.12 " 20390 Robson True Value machinery maintenance $189.50 " 20391 Sheehan Equipment other current expense $100.00 " 20392 Sioux Empire Fed Credit Un payroll deduction - $175.00 $- " 20393 Sioux Falls Utilities water/sewer/other blding $1,477.13 " 20394 Sioux Valley Wireless advertising $64.95 " 20395 Sixel Consulting advertising $1,628.90 " 20396 South Dakota Retirement System payroll deduction - $2387.19 $2,365.38 " 20397 Sioux Valley Health Plan payroll deduction - $807.68 $5,192.32 " 20398 SD Supplemental Retirement payroll deduction - $145.00 $- " 20399 Standard Parking quarterly parking passes $150.00 " 20400 Swift Contractors other building maint $706.75 " 20401 Terin Corp aip #3-46-0050-34 #1 $603,501.95 " 20402 Ulteig Engineers aip #3-46-0050-33 #10 $1,815.50 " 20403 Vantek Communications other current expense $102.60 " 20404 Verizon Wireless cell phone $30.78 " 20405 Walling Water Management chemical supplies $415.84 " 20406 Westcoast Sales & Marketing field maintenance $2,265.93 " 20407 Argus Leader Allegiant & Delta ads/help $6,552.53 " 20408 CBA Lighting & Controls field maintenance $585.50 " 20409 City of Sioux Falls aip #3-46-0050-34 $104.75 " 20410 Exide machinery maintenance $38.69 " 20411 FedEx postage $26.52 " 20412 Heartland Paper Co janitorial supplies $140.03 " 20413 Lewis Drug building maintenance $38.70 " 20414 MidAMerican Energy natural gas;other building $2,934.27 " 20415 Newpost Inc office equipment maintenance $263.40 " 20416 Roto-Rooter plumbing maintenance $360.00 " 20417 Sioux Falls Police Department March & April LEO's $29,129.33 " 20418 Sioux Falls Utilities electricity;other building $13,553.26 " 20419 Tractor Supply Company field maintenance $141.17 " 20420 Transportation Sec Clearinghouse security upgrades $87.00 " 20421 Waste Management of SF sanitation $168.55 " 20422 Western Commercial Printing office supplies $358.00 " 20423 Workplace Sound & Technologies building maintenance $75.00 " 20424 Pontiac Cadillac of Sioux Falls automotive repair $850.35 " TOTAL $817,761.03 Payroll pay period ending 06/19/05 $21,856.46 06/24/05 pay period ending 07/03/05 $23,651.63 07/08/05 pay period ending 07/17/05 $19,471.81 07/22/05 $64,979.90 1603 Standard Parking May management $26,369.20 06/22/05 2005-07-13
Airport Board Draft MinutesDRAFT MINUTES OF MEETING Aug. 23, 2005 The Sioux Falls Regional Airport Authority met at noon Aug. 23, 2005, in the first-floor conference room of the Costello Terminal. • 1. MINUTES of the July 28, 2005, meeting; APPROVED. • 2. BILLS; APPROVED. • 3. CONSENT AGENDA ITEMS; APPROVED. A. Issue notice to bidders for supply of deicing fluid for the 2005-06 season. B. Approve change order No. 1 with Terin Corp. in the amount of $11,998.15. C. Approve assumption of t-hangar lease by Todd Weber. D. Approve construction participation agreement with the South Dakota Air National Guard. E. Approve bid from Carpet and Vinyl Outlet in the amount of $4,549.06 to remove and replace carpet in jetbridge No. 7. F. Approve DBE construction goal of 4 percent. G. Travel by executive director to Orlando, Fla., on Allegiant Air’s inaugural flight Nov. 9-13, 2005. H. Budget increase of $600 for replacement laptop computer. • 4. EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S REPORT. A. Construction is on schedule for Oct. 12 completion. B. Standard Parking will be installing a canopy over the exit booths some time in the next 90 days. • 5. PRESENTATION BY FIRST LINE SECURITY. First Line Security is doing passenger and baggage screening at the Kansas City International Airport under the Transportation Security Administration pilot program. The TSA will soon be taking proposals to contract the passenger and baggage screening at the Sioux Falls Regional Airport to a private firm. The current TSA screening employees would all be offered jobs with the new company. First Line reports that it ranks high in passenger satisfaction and schedules staff to result in short wait times for passengers. • 6. TRANSFER OF CITY BUILDING. Mark Griffin moved and Tom Lien seconded to transfer the city traffic building to the South Dakota Air National Guard. Motion carried. • 7. LANDSCAPING PROPOSAL. Landscape Garden Center was asked to submit proposals to landscape the north side of the public parking lot as well as a living snow fence along Minnesota Avenue. • 8. MASTER PLAN. Coffman Associates will be holding a scoping meeting after the board meeting as the first step of the master plan process. The master plan is expected to be completed in 12 months. • MEETING ADJOURNED AT 12:52 P.M. 2005-08-10
City & County Planning Commissionsdraft minutes Aug. 22, 2005 The Sioux Falls and Minnehaha County planning commissions met at 7 p.m. Monday, Aug. 22, 2005, in the Commission Room of the Minnehaha County Administration Building, 415 N. Dakota Ave. APPROVAL OF THE CONSENT AGENDA • ITEM 1. APPROVAL of the June 27, 2005 minutes. • ITEM 2 . CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT #05-68 to allow a wood working shop. Legal Description - Tract 1 Peterson’s Tracts SE1/4 NE1/4 in Section 25-T102N-R49W Location - 26035 478th Ave. Petitioner / Owner - Sherwin DeWitt / Brad Gullickson Present zoning - C Commercial Existing land use - Commercial Parcel size - One acre Conditional use permit approved with the following conditions: 1) The property shall conform to the submitted site plan dated July 20, 2005. 2) The woodworking business shall not commence operation until approval is given by the county building inspector. 3) Storage of flammable liquids shall be in accordance with the fire code. 4) A UL-rated spray booth must be used if spraying is done with an oil-based stain. 5) A ventilation plan, addressing the collection and storage of dust, must be approved by the county building inspector. 6) The saw area must be separated from the remainder of the building by a one-hour fire wall. 7) A plan for egress from the building must be approved by the county building inspector. 8) Any outdoor lighting shall be a shoebox style and prevent any light spillage off the property. 9) A revised site plan shall be submitted for approval by the county planning director before any outside storage. Any outside storage shall be screened from public view by a minimum 6-foot high screening fence. The fence shall be maintained with a minimum 90 percent opacity over the full height of the fence and be of earth-toned colors. 10) The applicant shall have a sales tax license as required by the South Dakota Department of Revenue. 11) The applicant shall notify Emergency Management of the location of the flammable liquids. • ITEM 3 . CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT #05-69 to allow the stabling of two horses. Legal Description - Tract 5 NW1/4 of Section 19-T101N-R48W Location - 504 S. Powder House Road, east edge of Sioux Falls Petitioner / Owner - Teri Karels / Dakota Dirt 2 Present zoning - RR Rural Residential Existing Land Use - Residential Parcel size - 1.87 acres Conditional use permit approved with the following conditions: 1) A maximum of two horses owned by the resident of the property shall be allowed. 2) The horses shall be removed if the property is approved for future development or annexed into the Sioux Falls corporate limits. 3) That all manure be removed on a regular basis in order to reduce flies and odor. • ITEM 4 . REVIEW OF CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT #86-37 for a fireworks business. Legal Description - N1/2 ( EX 2 H-1 H-2 & EX PT NE S OF HY 90 & EX N 640' W 300' NW 1/4) in Section 30-T102N-R48W Location - 26036 478th Ave. Petitioner / Owner - Ray and Audrey Aljets Present zoning - Commercial and A-1 Agricultural Existing land use - Commercial Parcel size - 259.45 acres The commissions voted to revoke the conditional use permit effective in 30 days unless the illegal signs were removed and the property brought into compliance by that time. • ITEM 5 . REVIEW OF CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT #89-04 for a fireworks business. Legal Description - Tract 5 Peterson’s Tracts SE1/4 NE1/4 in Section 25-T102N-R49W Location - 26045 478th Ave. Petitioner / Owner- American Properties LLC Present zoning - C Commercial Existing land use - Commercial Parcel size - 1.72 The commissions voted to revoke the conditional use permit effective in 30 days unless the illegal signs were removed and the property brought into compliance by that time. • ITEM 6. ZONING ORDINANCE TEXT AMENDMENTS – To amend those portions of the Joint Minnehaha County and City of Sioux Falls Zoning Ordinance pertaining to application and permit fees. Deferred until September meeting. 2005-09-07
City Planning Commissiondraft minutes of meeting Sept. 7, 2005 (Bold italics indicates items to go to Council.) The City Planning Commission met at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 7, 2005, at Carnegie Town Hall, 235 W. 10th St. ITEMS RECEIVED AND FILED • None APPROVAL OF CONSENT AGENDA ITEMS 1-8 ARE APPROVED AS CONSENT ITEMS. CONSENT AGENDA • ITEM 1. APPROVAL OF AUG. 3, 2005, MINUTES OF REGULAR MEETING. APPROVED • ITEM 2. PLATS. Approval of plat list for the month of August 2005. APPROVED • ITEM 3. 2005-08-01: MAJOR AMENDMENT in Subarea A & B, Summer Hill South to revise Subarea A and B boundaries. Legal Description: A portion of the SW1/4 of Section 35-101-49, Minnehaha County (East 52nd Street and Brookline Circle.) APPROVED • ITEM 4. 2005-08-02: MAJOR AMENDMENT in Meadows on the River Planned Development District allowing change in subarea boundaries, increasing the area in Subarea D. Legal Description: Lot 2A, River Market Addition and Lot 4A of Skunk Creek Addition (Louise and Shirley avenues.) APPROVED • ITEM 5. 2005-08-03: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the C-2, General Commercial District to allow motor vehicle display and sales. Legal Description: East 440 feet of the SE1/4 SE1/4, Section 13-101-50, Minnehaha County (4404 W. 12th St.) APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. A building permit will not be issued until a soils monitoring and testing plan for the site has been reviewed and approved. 2. Anchored wheel stops are to be installed at the perimeter of all parking areas. 3. The trash enclosure is to be constructed with materials similar to the building. 4. Provide a revised landscape schedule to indicate the number, species, size and location of plantings. • ITEM 6. 2005-08-05: MAJOR AMENDMENT to Subarea A, Boulder Ridge Estates Planned Development District to change allowed land uses from office to commercial. Legal Description: East 400 feet of the South 400 feet of the SE 1/4, Section 16-100-50, Lincoln County (Western Avenue and 85th Street.) APPROVED • ITEM 7. 2005-08-11: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the C-2, General Commercial District to allow development on a site greater than an acre. Legal Description: Lot 4 (Ex N 27' & E22' x N7') and Lot 5 of Block 37 Shriner Subdivision of Airport Addition, Minnehaha County (Willow Avenue and Legion Drive.) APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATION: 1. Free-standing sign is not to exceed size and height allowed by zoning regulations for the West Legion Drive frontage and sign location. • ITEM 8. 2005-08-18: MINOR AMENDMENT in Subarea A, Avera McKennan Planned Development District to allow parking in the front yard. Legal Description: Tract A, Block 11 of Gerin and Johnson’s Addition, Minnehaha County (East 20th Street.) APPROVED REGULAR AGENDA • ITEM 9. 2005-05-03: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the I-1, Light Industrial District to construct a 672-square-foot off-premise sign. Legal Description: Tract 2, Markey Addition, Minnehaha County (3201 N. Louise Avenue.) APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. Provide a professionally prepared site plan showing a sign location that conforms to zoning ordinance off-premises sign setback requirements that does not encroach into any power line easement. 2. Provide for an on-site service parking space. • ITEM 10. 2005-05-13: REZONE from the RS-1, Residential District to the O, Office District to allow construction of a photography studio. Legal Description: Tract A of Lot 8, Block 12, Prairie Tree Addition, Lincoln County (5008 S. Minnesota Ave.) APPROVED • ITEM 11. 2005-06-04: MAJOR AMENDMENT in Subarea B, Platinum Valley Planned Development District to allow changes in land uses. Legal Description: Tract 3, Platinum Valley Addition, Lincoln County (West 74th Street and South Louise Avenue) APPROVED • ITEM 12. 2005-07-06: FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN in Subarea A, Red Rock Park Planned Development District to allow construction of a multitenant commercial building. Legal Description: Tract 7D, Fulton’s 2nd Addition, Minnehaha County (Highway 42 & Highline Avenue) APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. Provide an approved site access plan before building permit issuance. 2. Building signage is not provided on the northern elevation as depicted on the plan. • ITEM 13. 2005-07-18: REZONE from RA-1, Residential to the Village at Heather Ridge Planned Development District to allow mixed-use development. Legal Description: Tract 3, Heather Ridge Addition, Lincoln County (LaQuinta between Mosby Street and Western Avenue.) DEFERRED BY THE PETITIONER FOR 30 DAYS • ITEM 14. 2005-08-09: FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN in Subarea E, River Crossing PD, Planned Development District, to construct a restaurant. Legal Description: A Portion of Lot 2, Munkvold Addition, to be replatted, Lincoln County (West 57th Street and Crossing Place.) DEFERRED BY THE PETITIONER FOR 30 DAYS • ITEM 15. 2005-08-10: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the C-2, General Commercial District to allow a 104-foot-high telecommunications monopole and wireless communications facilities. Legal Description: Lots 5 & 6, Block 5, Dunning and Wagner’s Addition to East Sioux Falls, Minnehaha County (221 S. Jessica Ave.) APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. The maximum tower height shall not exceed 100 feet. 2. A lighted tower is not allowed. 3. Providing a long-term lease for off-site parking to meet minimum parking requirements on the subject property. 4. Provide two shade trees along the south property line to visually buffer residential views of the upper portion of the new tower. 5. Provide a fence, wall, berm or shrubbery of sufficient height and of a character necessary to provide adequate visual screening of the tower lease area from residential properties south of East Nye Street. Use wood or vinyl materials for a screen fence. 6. Provide a landscaping schedule showing the location, size and species of all plantings. • ITEM 16. 2005-08-12: FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN in Subarea C, Prairie Meadows Planned Development District to allow construction of a medical clinic. Legal Description: Lot 1, Block 15 , Prairie Meadows Second Addition, Lincoln County, South Dakota, (South Minnesota Avenue and LaQuinta Street.) APPROVED • ITEM 17. 2005-08-15: REZONE from AG, Agricultural to the C-4, Planned Commercial, RD, Residential and the RS-2, Residential Districts to allow residential and commercial development. Legal Description: Portions of the SE 1/4, including Bovee’s Tract, per Exhibit A, Section 21-101-50, Minnehaha County (26th Street and Ellis Road.) APPROVED • ITEM 18. 2005-08-16: PRELIMINARY SUBDIVISION PLAN for the Westridge Addition to allow mixed-use development. Legal Description: Proposed West Ridge Addition, SE 1/4 of Section 21-100-50, Minnehaha County (Ellis Road and West 26th Street.) APPROVED (goes to City Council with Item 17) • ITEM 19. 2005-08-13: REZONE from the AG, Agricultural District to the RA-1, Residential District, RD, Residential District, RS-2, Residential Districts and C-4, Planned Commercial District to allow mixed-use development. Legal Description: Portions of the NE1/4 Section 28-101-50 including Tract 1A, Foss Addition, Sections 21-100-50 & 28-101-50; Tract 1 Jira’s Addition NE 1/4 NE1/4 Section 28-101-50, per Exhibit A, Minnehaha County (West 26th Street and Ellis Road.) APPROVED • ITEM 20. 2005-08-14: PRELIMINARY SUBDIVISION PLAN for the Westridge II Addition to allow residential and commercial development. Legal Description: Proposed Westridge II Addition, NE1/4 Section 28-101-50, Minnehaha County (Ellis Road and 26th Street.) APPROVED (goes to City Council with Item 19) • ITEM 21. 2005-08-17: FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN in Subarea A, 41st and Sertoma Avenue Planned Development District to allow construction of a convenience store. Legal Description: Tract 2 of Roosevelt South Addition, Minnehaha County (41st Street and Sertoma Avenue) APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. Provide public sidewalks along all street frontages. 2. A subdivision plan for access to Subarea A is required before platting. The property must be platted before building permit issuance. 3. A 25-foot-deep minimum landscape buffer is to be established along the north subarea boundary next to residential property concurrently with the project. • ITEM 22. Designation of TAX INCREMENT FINANCE DISTRICT BOUNDARIES: Tax Increment Finance District No. 5, city of Sioux Falls, South Dakota. Legal Description: Tracts 2-4 of Dorothy’s Addition; Tract 20 and 32 of Unplatted Lands, Section 16-101-49; Batcheller Tract 1 of Unplatted Lands, Section 16-101-49; the Triangular Piece of Tract 16 and Tract 16 of Unplatted Lands, Section 16-101-49; and the railroad right of way adjacent to the southern boundary of the Triangular Piece of Tract 16 and the southern boundary of Tract 16 of Unplatted Lands, Section 16-101-49, all in Minnehaha County. (General boundaries: East Sixth Street, railroad right of way, East Eighth Street, Big Sioux River) APPROVED • ITEM 23. ADJOURN MEETING ADJOURNED AT 8:40 P.M. 2005-09-07
Airport boardDraft minutes of meeting Sept. 20, 2005 The Sioux Falls Regional Airport Authority Board met at noon, Sept. 20, 2005, in the first-floor conference room of the Costello Terminal. For a list of approved bills, go to www.siouxfallsbusinessjournal.com • 1. MINUTES of the Aug. 23, 2005, meeting; APPROVED. • 2. BILLS; APPROVED. • 3. CONSENT AGENDA; APPROVED A. Budget increase of $41,76.90 for a waiting area TV and scanner. B. Budget increase of $2,500 to Convention and Visitors Bureau for “Hunter’s Welcome.” C. Budget increase of $12,178.80 for living snow fence and parking lot landscaping. D. Contract with Goldsmith and Heck for $1,295 to do a lease survey of new Business Aviation building. E. Travel by deputy director to FAA Airport Conference in Chicago on Nov. 16-18, 2005. • 4. EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR REPORT A. The Transportation Security Administration has responded that it does not believe an airport operator would have any liability from the screening operations of a private contractor to the TSA. B. A settlement was reached in a liability claim by the owner of an aircraft that struck a construction fence post. The authority’s insurance carrier shared in the settlement with the carriers of the contractor, a subcontractor and the engineering firm. C. The carpet in jetway 5 has been replaced. • 5. OLD BUSINESS A. An appraisal has been done on the new building for Business Aviation. The appraisal will be added to the lease document. B. The authority has switched to direct deposit of employee paychecks. • 6. SECURITY CAMERAS AND PARKING LOT LIGHTS. Ulteig Engineers has pared down the number of cameras needed to cover the parking lot, terminal ramp and terminal building to 18 by using pan/tilt/zoom cameras. Mark Griffin moved and Bill Dougherty seconded to issue a notice to bidders for security cameras and parking lot lights. Motion carried. • 7. SECURITY SERVICES CONTRACT. Neil Schmid moved and Bill Dougherty seconded to renegotiate the security services contract with Globe Security for an additional one-year term. Motion carried. • 8. COMMITTEE TO SELECT PRIVATE SCREENING COMPANY. Mike Breidenbach volunteered to be the authority’s representative as the TSA selects a private screening company. • 9. NORTHWEST AIRLINES/DELTA AIRLINES BANKRUPTCIES. Northwest Airlines and Comair were fairly current when both companies declared bankruptcy. The authority will have claims for about 1 1/2 months of landing fees and one-half month of rent. • MEETING ADJOURNED AT 12:57 P.M. September Bills Paid Sage Software Checks & Forms office supplies $546.15 08/17/08 Terin Corp aip# 3-46-0050-34 #3 $791,278.83 08/24/05 Void $- " America West Airlines advertising $5,172.32 09/01/05 Business Aviation radio maintenance $45.38 " Chemco, Inc janitorial supplies $565.06 " Concrete Materials field maintenance $134.00 " Construction Products machinery maintenance $50.25 " Crescent Electric electrical supplies $213.93 " Empire Electric electrical maintenance $172.88 " FedEx postage $21.66 " Fred the Fixer other building maintenance $56.00 " Goldsmith and Heck parking lot expansion $5,336.39 " Hander Inc plumbing maintenance $71.43 " Janitor's Closet janitorial supplies $71.78 " Johnstone Supply plumbing maintenance $64.72 " Malloy Electric Bearing Supply machinery maintenance $59.31 " Monte's Workshop rescue & fire fighting $75.00 " National Fire & Rescue rescue & fire fighting $15.00 " Petty Cash & Michael Marnach misc $176.19 " Qwest telephone $248.62 " Schoeneman Bros other building maintenance $34.49 " Sioux Empire FCU payroll deduction - $175.00 $- " Sioux Empire United Way payroll deduction - $379.32 $- " Sioux Valley Wireless advertising $64.95 " SDSRP payroll deduction - $145.00 $- " Standard Insurance insurance $286.50 " Void $- 9/14/05 Sioux Empire FCU payroll deduction - $145.00 $- " AIG Aviation Inc $5,000.00 " Argus Leader printing $543.66 " Baete-Forseth $143.86 " Brown & Saenger office furniture $646.30 " void $- " void $- " void $- " Construction Products runway maintenance $86.50 " void $- " void $- " EideBailly. LLP accounting $300.00 " void $- " Empire Electric electrical repair $168.88 " FedEx postage $75.36 " void $- " GeoTek Engineering construction $750.00 " void $- " Hander Inc Plumbing plumbing maintenance $93.83 " Heartland Paper CO janitorial supplies $551.08 " Interstate Office Products office supplies $87.04 " Kone, Inc building maintenance $96.73 " Landscape Garden Centers building maintenance $1,454.33 MidAmerican Energy natural gas;other building utilities $891.46 " Midwest Alarm Co security $70.00 " OrbitCom telephone $57.88 " Otis Elevator Co building maintenance $3,227.29 " Pride Neon building maintenance $319.26 " Qwest telephone $541.38 " R&L Supply Ltd plumbing maintenance $89.59 " South Dakota Retirement System payroll deduction - $2230.06 $2,252.81 " South Dakota Supp Retirement payroll deduction - $145.00 $- " Sioux Falls Utilities water/sewer; electricity $17,316.11 " Sioux Valley Health Plan payroll deduction - $740.78 $4,368.22 " Sixel Consulting advertising - America West Aug $2,376.00 " Van's Auto Electric machinery maintenance $88.00 " Verizon Wireless telephone $30.52 " Waste Management sanitation $211.75 " West Coast Sales runway maintenance $1,403.72 " Woods, Fuller, Shultz & Smith attorney $562.50 " Workplace Sound & Technologies building maintenance $75.00 " Business Aviation office supplies $90.00 " Carpet & Vinyl Outlet building maintenance $4,549.06 " City of Sioux Falls contaminated soil $3,322.27 " Creative Host Services August board meeting $30.47 " Crescent Electric electrical supplies $136.05 " Electric Construction electrical maintenance $54.18 " G&H Distributing machinery maintenance $29.97 " Globe Airport Security Svcs security - August $9,149.84 " Total $866,001.74 Payroll pay period ending 08/28/05 $21,214.53 09/03/05 pay period ending 09/11/05 $21,749.15 09/11/05 $42,963.68 Standard Parking July management fee $24,830.28 09/01/052005-09-21
City & County Planning CommissionsExcerpts of Draft Minutes Sept. 26, 2005 The Sioux Falls and Minnehaha County planning commissions met at 7 p.m. Monday, Sept. 26, 2005, in the Commission Room of the Minnehaha County Administration Building, 415 N. Dakota Ave. • APPROVAL OF THE CONSENT AGENDA. The Planning Commission requested that Item 2 be placed on the regular agenda. • ITEM 1. APPROVAL of the Aug. 22, 2005, minutes. • APPROVAL OF THE REGULAR AGENDA • ITEM 2 . REZONING #05-08 from A-1 Agricultural to RR Rural Residential. Legal Description: S1/2 E330’ (Ex. River Bluffs Addn.) S1/2 S1/2 in Section 29-T101N-R48W Location: 9000 E. 41st St., two miles east of Sioux Falls Petitioner/Owner: Darren Blair/Unique Properties Present zoning: A-1 Agricultural Existing land use: Vacant Parcel size - 2.63 acres DENIED • ITEM 3. ZONING ORDINANCE TEXT AMENDMENTS – To amend those portions of the Joint Minnehaha County and City of Sioux Falls Zoning Ordinance pertaining to application and permit fees. Staffs recommended approval of the following amendments to the Joint Minnehaha County and City of Sioux Falls Zoning Ordinance. ORDINANCE MC30 An ordinance amending ordinance MC30-02, the 2002 Revised Extraterritorial Zoning Regulations for Minnehaha County and the City of Sioux Falls related to temporary uses and fees. BE IT ORDAINED BY MINNEHAHA COUNTY, SOUTH DAKOTA: That Ordinance MC30-02, the 2002 Revised Joint Zoning Ordinance for Minnehaha County and the City of Sioux Falls is hereby amended as follows: Section 1: That Article 15.00 is hereby amended to read: 15.16 TEMPORARY USES (d) Fee. A fee of $250.00 shall accompany the application for a temporary use permit. Section 2: That Article 22.00 is hereby amended to read: 22.02 CHANGE OF ZONE. A fee of $350.00 shall be charged for filing an application to change the zoning classification of property, except to the Planned Development District. If any use, for which a rezoning is required, is commenced prior to the application for a rezoning, the application fee shall be double the regular fee. 22.03 PLANNED DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT. A fee of $350.00 plus $50.00 for each subarea shall be charged for the filing of an application to change to the Planned Development District. If any use, for which a rezoning is required, is commenced prior to the application for a rezoning, the application fee shall be double the regular fee. 22.06 CONDITIONAL USE. A fee of $250.00 shall be charged for filing an application for a conditional use permit in any district. If any use, for which a conditional use permit is required, is commenced prior to the application for a conditional use permit, the application fee shall be double the regular fee. 22.07 BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT. A fee of $250.00 shall be charged for filing a variance application for or an appeal to the Zoning Board of Adjustment. 22.08 ZONING PERMITS. A fee of $250.00 shall be charged for filing an application for a zoning permit. However, this fee shall be waived when the proposed construction is subject to the requirements and fees of the Uniform Building Code as adopted by Minnehaha County. Amendments to the fees APPROVED with the following two changes: Temporary Uses to remain at $50 and a further study of various options. Board of Adjustment: $100 2005-10-05
City Planning CommissionDraft Minutes of Meeting Oct. 5, 2005 (Bold italics indicates items to go to Council.) The City Planning Commission met at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 5, 2005, at Carnegie Town Hall, 235 W. 10th St. ITEMS RECEIVED AND FILED • None. APPROVAL OF CONSENT AGENDA ITEMS 1-17 ARE APPROVED AS CONSENT ITEMS. CONSENT AGENDA • ITEM 1. APPROVAL OF Sept. 7, 2005, MINUTES OF REGULAR MEETING. APPROVED • ITEM 2. PLATS. APPROVED • ITEM 3. AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF SIOUX FALLS, S.D., AMENDING THE CODE OF ORDINANCES OF SAID CITY BY PROVIDING REGULATIONS FOR PERMITTING WITHIN MH DISTRICTS. APPROVED • ITEM 4. 2005-07-04: MINOR AMENDMENT to Subarea D, Meadows on the River PD, Planned Development District to allow an increase in building height from 45 feet to 80 feet. Legal Description: Lot 2A, River Market Addition, and Lot 4A, Skunk Creek Addition, Minnehaha County (Louise and Shirley avenues.) APPROVED • ITEM 5. 2005-07-01: FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN in Subarea D, Meadows on the River PD, Planned Development District to construct a mixed-use project for commercial tenants and residential apartments. Legal Description: Lot 2A, River Market Addition and Lot 4A, Skunk Creek Addition, Minnehaha County (South Louise Avenue and West Shirley Avenue.) APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. Subject to a final building plan check by Zoning and Building Services, the project must not conflict with subarea regulations and design requirements other than as approved by minor amendments. 2. A final development plan application is required for the proposed bank building. 3. The trash enclosure is to be designed with materials similar to the main building. 4. Submitted sign plan approved by planning director. • ITEM 6. 2005-08-21: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the I-1, Light Industrial District to allow retailing (grocery store). Legal Description: Lots 1-3 and 10-12, Block 5, Forest Hills Addition, Minnehaha County (1614 N Cliff Ave.) APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. Subject to this grocery business only. 2. Conform to city building and fire codes. 3. Provide a gated trash enclosure. • ITEM 7. 2005-08-22: REZONE AG, Agricultural District, to the RS-2, Residential District and RD, Residential District for residential development. Legal Description: Lots 1, 2 & 3, Blk. 7; Lots 1 & 2, Blk. 9; Lots 1 & 2, Blk. 10; Timberline Estates Addition, Minnehaha County (East Madison Street and North Bahnson Avenue.) APPROVED • ITEM 8. 2005-09-05: MINOR AMENDMENT to Subarea F, Granite Valley PD, Planned Development District to reduce sign setback requirements. Legal Description: Lot 2, Block 17, Granite Valley Addition, Minnehaha County (1809 E. Robur Drive.) APPROVED • ITEM 9. 2005-09-10: FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN in Subarea C, Prairie Green Planned Development District to allow construction of an office building with underground parking. Legal Description: Lot 2, Block 20, Fairways at Prairie Green Addition, Lincoln County (East 69th Street and Doral Trail.) APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. The stone retaining wall is extended to a height which will screen headlights. 2. Building signage is not allowed on the south elevation. 3. The trash enclosure is constructed with the same materials as the building. • ITEM 10. 2005-09-13: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the C-2, General Commercial District to allow an on-sale alcohol establishment as an accessory use to a restaurant. Legal Description: Lots 4 & 5 and West 1/2 of lot 6 through 9, Block 4, JL Phillips Addition, Minnehaha County (108 S. Minnesota Ave.) APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATION: 1. A security management plan is approved by the crime prevention officer. • ITEM 11. 2005-09-14A: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the C-4, Planned Commercial District to allow an on-sale alcohol establishment as accessory use to a restaurant. Legal Description: Lot 17B, Block 1, Bradfelt Park Addition, Lincoln County (5024 S. Cliff Ave.) APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATION: 1. A security management plan is approved by the crime prevention officer. • ITEM 12. 2005-09-14b: FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN in Subarea B, Taylor Planned Development District to allow construction of a three-unit townhome. Legal Description: Lot 9, Block 10, Sunset Ridge Addition, Lincoln County (Darcie Street and Marion Road.) APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. Required ground cover is sod and sprinkler irrigated. 2. The species of tree is presented to the Planning Commission. • ITEM 13. 2005-09-15: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the C-4, Planned Commercial District to allow development on a site greater than an acre and on-sale alcohol establishment as an accessory use to a restaurant, and design review in the 49th Street Design Review District. Legal Description: Tract 1 of Sioux Empire Second Addition, Minnehaha County. (Out lot, southwest of Empire Mall on Empire Place.) APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. Revise the landscaping plan to substitute two shade trees for two ornamental trees in the front yard setback. 2. An acceptable conclusion to the private road issue will be completed with Zoning and Engineering prior to final platting and building permit issuance. • ITEM 14. 2005-09-17: FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN in Subarea C, West 57th Street # 2 Planned Development District to allow construction of an office building. Legal Description: Lot 1, Block 2, Pana Addition, Minnehaha County (58th Street and Solberg Avenue) APPROVED • ITEM 15. 2005-09-18: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the C-3, Central Business District to allow an on-sale alcohol establishment as accessory use to a restaurant. Legal Description: Lots 2 and 3 in Block 4 of Gales Addition, Minnehaha County (324 S Phillips Ave.) APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATION: 1. A security management plan is approved by the crime prevention officer. • ITEM 16. 2005-09-19: REZONE Unzoned land in Lincoln County to the RS-2 and RD, Residential Districts and the Whispering Woods, Planned Development District for single-family residential and mixed uses including office uses. Legal Description: NW1/4 SE1/4; Government Lot 2; Government Lots 3 & 4, (except Tracts 1-3, Shield’s First Addition and Tract 1, Shield’s Second Addition therein); N1/2 Government Lot 7; all in Section 7-100-49, Lincoln County (East 57th Street and South Southeastern Avenue.) APPROVED • ITEM 17. 2005-09-21: FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN in Subarea D, River Crossing PD, Planned Development District to construct an office building. Legal Description: Block 4, River Crossings Addition (to be platted from Tract 1, Vanbuskirk Addition), Lincoln County (5120 S. Crossings Place.) APPROVED REGULAR AGENDA • ITEM 18. 2005-09-09: PROJECT PLAN FOR TAX INCREMENTAL DISTRICT NO. 5, CITY OF SIOUX FALLS, S.D. APPROVED • ITEM 19. 2005-09-03: MINOR AMENDMENT to Subarea A, 41st Street and Sertoma Avenue PD, Planned Development District to allow an off-sale alcohol establishment within 500 feet of a school. Legal Description: Tr. 2, Roosevelt South Addition, Minnehaha County (West 41st Street and South Sertoma Avenue.) APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. Management plan approved by school representatives, the Police Department and Planning staff. 2. A security management plan approved by the Police Department is required prior to licensing for alcohol sales. 3. The use of banners, pennants or other temporary signage is prohibited. The advertising of alcohol or tobacco products which is visible from the exterior of the building shall be prohibited. • ITEM 20. 2005-09-27: MINOR AMENDMENT for Subareas A and B, the Village at Heather Ridge Planned Development District to reduce the required landscape buffer east of the proposed Bankfirst building on Tract 2 from 30 feet to 23.9 feet and to provide potted plants instead of interior trees for the proposed Bankfirst building on Tract 2 and review the revised master parking plan. Legal Description: Lots A, B, C, F, G, and Tract 2 of Heather Ridge Addition, Lincoln County. (Old Village Place.) DENIED • ITEM 21. 2005-09-01: FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN in Subarea B, Village at Heather Ridge PD, Planned Development District to construct a bank/office building. Legal Description: Tract 2 of Village at Heather Ridge Addition, Lincoln County (West 69th Street and South Western Avenue.) APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. Conform to required building setbacks as amended. 2. Approved for the office building at the north end of the property only. 3. Limited to maximum building height allowed by city zoning ordinances. 4. Parking garage entrance/exit and trash enclosure design are to include materials and design similar to the main office building. 5. A landscaping and landscape maintenance plan as approved by Planning staff and to be reviewed by the Planning Commission at a public hearing one year from completion of construction. • ITEM 22. 2005-09-04: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the C-2, General Commercial District to allow an emergency overnight shelter from Nov. 1, 2005, to April 30, 2006. Legal Description: Lots 13-24 (Except Lot H-1), Block 5, Lawler’s Addition, Minnehaha County, South Dakota. (800 N. Cliff Ave.) APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. The Salvation Army’s emergency overnight shelter be open from Nov. 1, 2005, to April 30, 2006. No future time extensions will be considered. 2. No future conditional use permit application submittal for temporary or emergency housing/shelter at this location (800 N. Cliff Ave.). 3. Prior to reopening, a written management and security plan which outlines management and security provisions, and includes a neighborhood issues management strategy be approved by the city Police Department. 4. Prior to reopening, a city Health Department inspection be conducted and passed. 5. Additional neighborhood meetings shall be organized and held by the applicant to ensure conditional use permit compliance. One neighborhood meeting shall be held within 90 days after business operations begin, and another neighborhood meeting shall be held prior to the six-month anniversary date of business operation. 6. Adherence to all city building, fire, safety and health code requirements. 7. There will be no guest turn-aways. 8. Departure transportation will be provided by applicant. • ITEM 23. 2005-09-06: REZONE O, Office District to C-2, General Commercial District for future commercial development. Legal Description: Lots 4, 5, 6 and 13-18, Block 32, Pettigrew’s Addition, Minnehaha County (West 11th Street and North Walts Avenue.) APPROVED • ITEM 24. 2005-09-07: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the C-2, General Commercial District to allow commercial development of a site greater than one acre in size. Legal Description: Lots 4-18, Block 32, Pettigrew’s Addition, Minnehaha County (West 11th Street and South Walts Avenue.) DEFERRED FOR 30 DAYS • ITEM 25. AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF SIOUX FALLS, S.D., AMENDING THE REVISED ORDINANCES OF THE CITY BY SETTING STANDARDS AND DEFINING A CONTINUUM OF RESIDENTIAL GROUP LIVING QUARTERS. APPROVED • ITEM 26. AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF SIOUX FALLS, S.D., AMENDING THE REVISED ORDINANCES OF THE CITY BY PROVIDING STANDARDS FOR PUBLIC SERVICE FACILITY (NON-GOVERNMENTAL) USES. APPROVED • ITEM 27. CONSIDERATION OF RECOMMENDATION FOR SIOUX FALLS PEDESTRIAN PLAN. APPROVED • ITEM 28. CONSIDERATION OF RECOMMENDATION FOR LONG-RANGE TRANSPORTATION PLAN AND MAJOR STREET PLAN. APPROVED • ITEM 29. AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF SIOUX FALLS, S.D., AMENDING THE ADOPTED COMPREHENSIVE PLAN. APPROVED • ITEM 30. AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF SIOUX FALLS ADDING ANNEXATION POLICIES APPROVED • ITEM 31. ADJOURN. MEETING ADJOURNED AT 10:40 P.M. 2005-10-19
Airport BoardDraft minutes of meeting Oct. 28, 2005 The Sioux Falls Regional Airport Authority Board met at noon, Oct. 28, 2005, in the first-floor conference room of the Costello Terminal. For a list of approved bills, go to www.siouxfallsbusinessjournal.com. • 1. MINUTES of the Sept. 20, 2005, meeting; APPROVED. • 2. BILLS; APPROVED. • 3. CONSENT AGENDA; APPROVED with item A moved out of the consent agenda: B. Budget increase of $5,000 to the Sioux Falls Area Chamber of Commerce for support of the visitor’s booth in The Empire Mall. C. Approve change order 2 with Terin Corp. for $14,297.50. D. Approve lease amendment with Business Aviation for a new hangar. E. Approve additional architect fees for Koch Hazard from last year’s construction for $3,221.21. F. Reaffirm purchase agreement dated Oct. 19, 2005, concerning Business Aviation improvement. G. Approve contract with Larry Donohue in the amount of $2,500 to study master plan pricing. H. Travel by executive director to Denver on Nov. 1 to meet with Frontier Airlines. I. Accept low bid of Ascent Aviation for supply of aircraft deicing fluid. J. Approve lease with FBI for radio antenna. Motion carried. • 4. BUSINESS AVIATION REQUEST FOR FUNDS. Bill Dougherty moved and Neil Schmid seconded to provide $5,600 to Business Aviation to partially fund a trip to the NBAA Convention in Orlando. Motion carried. • 5. EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR REPORT. A. A recent survey has revealed that the authority charges lower ground rents than similar sized airports in the region. Mark Griffin moved and Bill Dougherty seconded to raise the ground rent to $.15 per square foot effective Dec. 1, 2005, on new leases. Motion carried. B. The same survey revealed the fuel flowage fee charged at the Sioux Falls Regional Airport was less than at similar sized airports. Dale Froehlich of Business Aviation requested permission to conduct his own survey of fuel flowage fees to advise the authority what to do. C. Agreement has not been reached with Coffman Associates on the fee to conduct a master plan. A third party will be asked to study Coffman’s proposed fees and make a recommendation. • 6. SUMMIT GROUP HANGAR REQUIREMENTS. Kelly Petterson, representing The Summit Group, advised the authority on its future desire to build a hangar to house and maintain its Citation III. • 7. 20th ANNUAL AVIATION ISSUES CONFERENCE. Any board member interested in attending the 20th Annual Aviation Issues Conference, to be held in January 2006, is to advise the executive director of his interest. • 8. CIVIL AIR PATROL REQUEST FOR SPACE. Members of the local Civil Air Patrol unit briefed the authority on the patrol’s history, composition and mission. They desire a facility to house up to two aircraft, an administration office, meeting facility and training rooms. The CAP was advised to continue to work with the executive director on any existing facilities that may become available or available space if the CAP decides to build or place its own facility. • MEETING ADJOURNED AT 12:57 P.M. Ck # Vendor Account Description Amount Date Paid 21052 thru $- 09/20/05 21054 void $- " 21055 Automatic Door Group building maintenance $433.00 " 21056 City of Sioux Falls telephone $47.41 " 21057 Cliff Avenue Auto Parts machinery maintenance $23.78 " 21058 Concrete Materials field maintenance $67.00 " 21059 Green 4 Ever building maintenance $255.41 " 21060 Hillyard janitorial supplies $227.20 " 21061 Janitor's Closet janitorial supplies $263.80 " 21062 Johnstone Supply other building maintenace $21.45 " 21063 Kaschmitter Appraisals building and structures $1,500.00 " 21064 Key Staffing temporary labor $103.76 " 21065 Kreiser's office supplies $159.70 " 21066 Lewis rescue and fire fighting $148.41 " 21067 Maxim Technolgies aip# 3-46-0050-34 #3 $4,684.00 " 21068 Omaha World-Herald travel ad $1,836.00 " 21069 Otis Elevator building maintenance $3,227.29 " 21070 Qwest telephone $245.22 " 21071 Sioux Falls Chamber of Commerce Allegiant/Orlando kickoff $610.44 " 21072 Sioux Falls Development Foundation port marketing April-Sept $18,000.00 " 21073 Sherwin Industries field maintenance $355.22 " 21074 Sioux Empire Federal Credit Union payroll deduction - $30.00 $- " 21075 Ulteig Engineers security enhancements $6,820.00 " 21076 All Phase Electric electrical repair $1,625.89 " 21077 AT&T telephone $72.80 " 21078 thru " 21085 void " 21086 Argus Leader Aug minutes; ad $404.17 10/04/05 21087 Baete-Forseth $69.39 " 21088 Batteries Plus $77.19 " 21089 Chemco, Inc janitorial supplies $66.96 " 21090 City of Sioux Falls - Police Dept Aug-Sept LEO's $29,139.33 " 21091 Dockendorf Equipment $151.20 " 21092 Empire Electric electrical repair $147.67 " 21093 FedEx postage $14.50 " 21094 Globe Airport Security Services August security $9,169.60 " 21095 Harold's Photo office supplies - film $89.85 " 21096 HDRE, Inc aip #3-46-0050-34 #3 $23,832.52 " 21097 Janitor's Closet janitorial supplies $254.81 " 21098 void " 21099 Key Staffing temp work $1,037.60 " 21100 Lithia Chevrolet Sioux Falls auto repair $573.43 " 21101 Malloy Electric Bearing $29.72 " 21102 MIdAmerican Energy natural gas;other building $1,288.22 " 21103 Midstates, Inc clothing $806.34 " 21104 Photo Cine Supply $146.50 " 21105 Robson True Value janitorial supplies $50.97 " 21106 SD Retirement System $- " 21107 SD Supplemental Retirment payroll deduction - $145.00 $- " 21108 SF Chamber of Commerce CVB Hunter's Welcome $2,500.00 " 21109 Soux Falls Utilities water/sewer/electric;other $14,945.95 " 21110 Sioux Valley Health Plan payroll deduction - $ $- " 21111 Sioux Valley Wireless advertising $64.95 " 21112 Standard Insurance Co insurance $264.00 " 21113 Standard Parking quarterly permits $155.00 " 21114 Transportation Sec Clearinghouse security $116.00 " 21115 Verizon Wireless telephone $31.32 " 21116 Zabel Steel machinery maintenance $47.75 " 21117 void " " 21118 void " " 21119 Terin Corp aip #3-46-0050-34 #4 $277,466.36 10/06/05 21120 void " 21121 void " 21122 City Glass & Glazing building maintenance $192.35 10/11/05 21123 City of Sioux Falls landfill $130.40 " 21124 Crescent Electric electrical supplies $55.20 " 21125 Exide Corp machinery maintenance $49.92 " 21126 FedEx postage $13.45 " 21127 G & H Repair machinery maintenance $1,288.00 " 21128 Gateway laptop computer $777.98 " 21129 Jim & Ron's Service machinery maintenance $45.00 " 21130 Key Staffing temporary labor $518.80 " 21131 Lori Bossman- Licensing 2006 Alcohol License $495.00 " 21132 Maxim Technolgies aip# 3-46-0050-34 #4 $520.00 " 21133 OrbitCom telephone $59.09 " 21134 Pfeiffer, Hofer & Associates consulting - Peachtree $280.00 " 21135 SDSRP payroll deduction - $145.00 $- " 21136 Sigler Fire Equipment building maintenance $591.95 " 21137 Sioux Empire Federal Credit Union payroll deduction - $175.00 $- " 21138 Sioux Empire United Way payroll deducion - $379.32 $- " 21139 Walling Water Management climate control $65.55 " 21140 Waste Management sanitation $179.43 " 21141 thru $- 10/18/05 21161 void $- " 21162 A-1 Septic building maintenance $1,575.00 " 21163 Argus Leader Notice to Bidders-Deicing $35.95 " 21164 AT&T telephone $71.34 " 21165 Building Sprinkler Inc building maintenance $275.00 " 21166 Business Aviation radio maintenance $115.31 " 21167 Chemco, Inc janitorial supplies $1,015.06 " 21168 City of Sioux Falls July LEO $14,803.43 " 21169 City of Sioux Falls word processing $65.00 " 21170 Construction Products $30.00 " 21171 Davies, Martha liability insurance $180.00 " 21172 Diamond Vogel paint $309.49 " 21173 Grainger small tools $391.80 " 21174 Heartland Pape Co janitorial supplies $689.61 " 21175 Interstate Office Products office supplies $263.21 " 21176 J.W. Horner $39.00 " 21177 Key Staffing temporary labor $518.80 " 21178 Monte's Workshop rescue and fire fighting $195.00 " 21179 Myrl & Roy's Paving Inc field maintenance $163.02 " 21180 Pam Oil oil $188.92 " 21181 Qwest telephone $541.38 " 21182 SD Chamber of Commerce dues $340.00 " 21183 Sixel Consulting Sept Am West boardings $1,542.00 " 21184 Sofitel Chicago O'Hare Messerli AAAE conference $250.00 " 21185 Tractor Supply Company building maintenance $34.93 " 21186 Ulteig Engineers security enhancements $3,492.50 " TOTAL $32,387.87 " Payroll pay period ending 09/25/05 $21,283.60 09/30/05 pay period ending 10/09/05 $20,437.12 10/14/05 $41,720.72 Standard Parking August maintenance fee $23,217.43 09/20/05 2005-10-19
City Planning CommissionDraft Minutes of Meeting Nov. 2, 2005 (Bold italics indicates items to go to Council.) The City Planning Commission met at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 2, 2005, at Carnegie Town Hall, 235 W. 10th St. ITEMS RECEIVED AND FILED • None. APPROVAL OF CONSENT AGENDA ITEMS 1-7 ARE APPROVED AS CONSENT ITEMS. CONSENT AGENDA • ITEM 1. APPROVAL OF OCT. 5, 2005, MINUTES OF REGULAR MEETING. APPROVED • ITEM 2. PLATS. APPROVED • ITEM 3. 2005-09-26: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the RS-2, Residential District to allow a family home day care. Legal Description: Lot 6, Block 12, Prairie Meadows 2nd Addition, Minnehaha County (6704 S. Audie Drive.) APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. Remit authorization from the city health department. • ITEM 4. (MOVED TO REGULAR AGENDA) • ITEM 5. 2005-10-10: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the RS-2, Residential District to allow a family day care. Legal Description: Lot 2, Block 5, Galway Park Addition, Lincoln County (5105 S. Carrick Ave.) APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. Remit authorization from the city health department. • ITEM 6. 2005-09-28: REZONE C-2, General Commercial District, I-2, General Industrial District, and RC, Recreation/Conservation District to the C-3, Central Business District, for the development of mixed-use projects. Legal Description: Tracts 2-4 of Dorothy’s Addition; Tracts 16, 20 (Except Lot 1 contained therein) and 32 CAS of Unplatted Lands, SW1/4 Section 16-101-49; Batcheller Tract 1, Section 16-101-49; the Triangular Piece of Tract 16 and Tract 16 of Unplatted Lands, Section 16-101-49;, all in Minnehaha County. (225 E. Sixth St. – Big Sioux River between East Sixth and East Eighth streets.) APPROVED • ITEM 7. 2005-10-01: REZONE C, Commercial District to C-2, General Commercial District for future commercial development. Legal Description: Tract 9, Fulton's 2nd Subdivision (Unit No. 3) S1/2 SE1/4 Section 13-101-49, Minnehaha County (West Arrowhead Parkway and North Highline Avenue.) APPROVED REGULAR AGENDA • ITEM 4. 2005-10-06: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the RS-2, Residential District to allow family day care. Legal Description: Lot 7, Block 4, Stoney Hollow Addition, Minnehaha County (1621 S Doodler Drive.) APPROVED • ITEM 8. 2005-10-05: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the RA-2, Residential District to allow accessory off-site parking. Legal Description: Lot 6A., Block 11, Lewis Addition, Minnehaha County (612 W. 18th St.) APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. Pedestrian crossing is provided across 18th Street subject to traffic engineering and ADA compliance officer approval. 2. Parking lot screening options and material selections approved by planning department staff. • ITEM 9. 2005-10-02: FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN in Subarea B, Platinum Valley Planned Development District to allow construction of two neighborhood retail centers including a MINOR AMENDMENT to reduce loading space requirements from two loading spaces to one loading space and to allow two 88-square-foot signs with a maximum of 14 feet in height, and to allow building signage based on the C-4, Planned Commercial District. Legal Description: Lot 4, Block 21, Platinum Valley Addition, Lincoln County (Approximately the 6700 block of South Louise Avenue) APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. Free-standing signs as presented. 2. Building signage is not allowed on the west elevation or the west half of the north and south elevation. 3. Site lighting is provided as sites adjacent to residentially zoned or used property. 4. Trash enclosure is constructed of face brick. • ITEM 10. 2005-10-09: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the C-4, Planned Commercial District to allow on-sale alcohol as accessory use to a restaurant. Legal Description: Tract 2, Dunham Addition, Minnehaha County (915 S. Marion Road) APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. The conditional use permit is valid for this applicant only. 2. A security management plan is approved by the crime prevention officer. • ITEM 11. 2005-10-07: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the C-2, General Commercial District to allow retail uses on a lot greater than one acre in size. Legal Description: B 390.94' of Block 2, Brown Addition, Except the N 120.34 of the E210.67 and the N 60' of the W 115' of the E 210.67' and the N 60' of the W. 115' of the E 325.67' thereof; Except the N 160'of the W 123.55' and except part of lots 4 & 5 of lots 1,2,3,4, and 5 in Block 2, Brown Addition. (2715 W. 41st St.) APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. Any new tree plantings are provided a minimum of 60 feet away from free-standing signage. 2. The bus shelter easement is maintained, but the location is moved. A pedestrian path between the shelter and the building is indicated on the site. • ITEM 12. 2005-10-03: REZONE AG, Agricultural District to I-1, Light Industrial District for future industrial development. Legal Description: Tract 1, Cattleman's Addition, and Lot 1, Peter's Addition, in SW1/4 Section 31-102-49, Minnehaha County (Port Avenue and Benson Road.) APPROVED • ITEM 13. 2005-10-04: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in C-4, Planned Commercial District to construct a retail store on a site greater than one acre in size. Legal Description: To be platted as Lot 4, Lorraine Towne Center Addition, Minnehaha County (South Loraine Drive and West Jeanne Avenue.) APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. Subject to approval of BMP to be constructed by developer. 2. Subject to sign location approved by Magellan Gas Pipelines. 3. Show flood plain line on plans and first floor elevation. Provide required flood plain information. 4. Revised landscaping plan approved by planning department staff is to include underground irrigation system, trees in the front yard along West 26th Street, and screen wall at location of trailer parking on the south side of the building. 5. Revised signage plan approved by planning director, including a campus identification sign. 6. Revised south building design elevation as presented at the public hearing. • ITEM 14. ADJOURN MEETING ADJOURNED AT 8:20 P.M. 2005-11-16
Airport BoardDraft minutes of meeting Nov. 17, 2005 The Sioux Falls Regional Airport Authority Board met at noon, Nov. 17, 2005, in the first-floor conference room of the Costello Terminal. For a list of approved bills, go to www.siouxfallsbusinessjournal.com. • 1. MINUTES of the Oct. 28, 2005, meeting; APPROVED. • 2. BILLS; APPROVED. • 3. CONSENT AGENDA; APPROVED. A. Approve surplus sale of four loader tires appraised at $400 total. B. Approve terminal window repair for $5,700. C. Issue notice to bidders for supply of light bulbs and lighting supplies for 2006. • 4. EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR REPORT. A. To date, $22,438 has been paid to Mark Sixel of Sixel Consulting for America West. B. Mike Marnach reported Mike Horan stated that customs will continue to clear international charters in Sioux Falls through April 2006. C. Cost for the master plan is estimated at $325,000. D. At this time, Frontier Airlines has no airplanes to send to Sioux Falls. Frontier is requesting a $200,000 guarantee. The authority could consider Small Community Air Service Grant next year for funding. • 5. OLD BUSINESS. Dale Froehlich has agreed to the 1-cent fuel flowage increase effective July 1, 2006. Neil Schmid moved and Bill Dougherty seconded the increase. Motion carried. • 6. PORT OF ENTRY. Jeff “Rock” Nelson, port marketing director, gave the history of the Sioux Falls Port and explained what his specific duties are. He explained that to keep non-stop charters from Mexico coming into Sioux Falls, the Airport Authority and other interested parties would have to keep the pressure on the customs office in Chicago. • 7. BUDGET FOR 2006. Mike Breidenbach requested increasing the 2006 budget by $50,000 to cover the cost of replacing the cloth seats with leather. Neil Schmid moved and Tom Lien seconded the increase and approval of the proposed budget. Motion carried. • 8. AMERICA WEST. Because of the increase in fuel prices, America West is proposed a $1.2 million guarantee for 2006. Motion made to defer until Jan. 1, 2006. Bill Dougherty moved and Tom Lien seconded the motion. Motion carried. • NEXT MEETING AT NOON, DEC. 16, 2005. • MEETING ADJOURNED AT 12:45 P.M. Ck # Vendor Account Description Amount Date Paid 21187 thru $- 10/25/05 21189 void $- " 21190 Argus Leader Notice To Bidders ad $35.95 " 21191 Goldsmith & Heck engineering $1,295.00 " 21192 Green 4 Ever building maintenance $50.24 " 21193 Hander Plumbing & Heating other building maintenance $400.54 " 21194 HDR Inc AIP #3-46-0050-34 #4 $20,708.36 " 21195 Heartland Paper Co janitorial supplies $457.66 " 21196 Janitor's Closet janitorial supplies $718.00 " 21197 Key Staffing temporary labor $499.35 " 21198 Landscape Garden Centers building maintenance $11,822.23 " 21199 Maxim Technologies AIP #3-46-0050-34 #5 $4,430.00 " 21200 McFarland Supply Co plumbing supplies $122.40 " 21201 Myrl & Roy's Paving Inc field maintenance $115.92 " 21202 Otis Elevator building maintenance $3,227.29 " 21203 Petty Cash/Michael Marnach misc expenses $179.45 " 21204 Qwest telephone $244.52 " 21205 South Dakota Supplemental Retire payroll deduction - $145.00 $- " 21206 Sheehan Mack Sales machinery maintenance $1,546.76 " 21207 Sioux Empire FCU payroll deduction - $175.00 $- " 21208 Sioux Valley Wireless advertising $64.95 " 21209 Workplace Sound & Tech building maintenance $75.00 " 21210 Zacharias Construction terminal parking lot expansion $13,013.17 " 21211 AAA Travel Marnach - Frontier travel $1,299.10 11/03/05 21212 Allegiant Air advertising $18,763.50 " 21213 Allied Oil & Supply machinery maintenance $2,334.00 " 21214 Cliff Avenue Auto Parts rescue and fire fighting $55.28 " 21215 Cooper Crouse-Hinds field maintenance $330.04 " 21216 Dex Media East telephone $60.68 " 21217 FedEx postage $7.42 " 21218 Fred the Fixer security $137.10 " 21219 Globe Airport Security security - September $8,742.17 " 21220 Hander Plumbing & Heating plumbing maintenance $79.78 " 21221 Interstate Office Products office supplies $106.22 " 21222 Johnstone Supply building maintenance $357.25 " 21223 Key Staffing temp labor wk end 10/22 $518.80 " 21224 MacArthur Co building maintenance $213.24 " 21225 Mac's Inc shop supplies $39.33 " 21226 Michael's Fence fencing maintenance $73.63 " 21227 MidAmerican Energy natural gas;other building $4,148.86 " 21228 SD Retirement System retirement $4,843.28 " 21229 Sioux Falls Chamber of Comm advertising $5,000.00 " 21230 Sioux Falls Utilities water/sewer/electric:other $13,568.56 " 21231 void $- " 21232 Sioux Valley Health Plan payroll deduction - $ " 21233 Standard Insurance insurance $286.50 " 21234 Tractor Supply Co field maintenance $19.98 " 21235 United Rotary Brush machinery maintenance $1,464.00 " TOTAL $121,455.51 Payroll Pay period ending 10/23/05 $20,776.21 10/28/05 Pay period ending 11/06/05 $20,708.38 11/11/05 $41,484.59 1607 Standard Parking September management fee $24,479.79 10/25/052005-11-16
City Planning CommissionDraft Mnutes of Meeting Dec. 7, 2005 (Bold italics indicates items to go to Council.) The City Planning Commission met at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 7, 2005, at Carnegie Town Hall, 235 W. 10th St. ITEMS RECEIVED AND FILED • None. APPROVAL OF CONSENT AGENDA ITEMS 1-9 and 11-21 ARE APPROVED AS CONSENT ITEMS. ITEM 10 IS WITHDRAWN BY PETITIONER. CONSENT AGENDA ITEM 1. APPROVAL OF NOV. 2, 2005, MINUTES OF REGULAR MEETING. APPROVED ITEM 2. PLATS. APPROVED ITEM 3. AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF SIOUX FALLS, S.D., AMENDING THE CODE OF ORDINANCES OF SAID CITY BY AMENDING STANDARDS FOR DAY-CARE FACILITIES. APPROVED ITEM 4. 2005-10-10a: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the RS-2, Residential District to allow a family home day care. Legal Description: Lot 6, Block 16, McClellan's Addition, Minnehaha County (712 N. Summit Ave.) APPROVED ITEM 5. 2005-10-13: DESIGN REVIEW in the 49th Street Design Review District to allow expansion of an existing building. Legal Description: S. 210' of Lot 3, Tract 1, Oxbow Addition, Minnehaha County (3200 W. 49th St.) APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATION: 1. The 49th Street trees are planted at intervals other than one for every 40 feet, as to not interfere with the signal at the intersection of 49th Street and Oxbow Avenue. ITEM 6. 2005-11-04: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the RS-1, Residential District to allow a family day care. Legal Description: Lot 8A, Gage’s Subdivision, Blocks 5-8, Hyde’s 2nd Addition, Minnehaha County (2708 W. 26th St.) APPROVED ITEM 7. 2005-11-05: FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN in Subarea B, Platinum Valley Planned Development District to allow construction of three office buildings. Legal Description: Lot 5, Block 21, Platinum Valley Addition, Lincoln County (to be platted into three separate lots) (77th Street and Louise Avenue) APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. Required ground cover is irrigated sod. 2. The trash enclosures are constructed with the same materials as the front of the building, depicted as brick on the architectural elevation. ITEM 8. 2005-11-06: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the I-1, Light Industrial District to allow motor vehicle display and sales. Legal Description: Lot 2, Block 4, Penmor Addition, Minnehaha County(201 N. Harlem Ave.) APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. The required parking spaces are striped. 2. The number of display vehicles does not exceed 10. 3. The dumpsters on the site are screened according to 15.49.060(e). ITEM 9. 2005-11-08: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT for a family day care in the RS-2, Residential District. Legal Description: Lot 11 and the S. 16’ of Lot 12, Block 4, Prospect Hill Addition, Minnehaha County (812 S. Hawthorne Ave.) APPROVED ITEM 10. 2005-11-09: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the RS-2, Residential District to allow a family day care. Legal Description: Lot 10, Block 8, Jandl Heights Addition, Minnehaha County. (6515 W. 55th St.) WITHDRAWN BY PETITIONER ITEM 11. 2005-11-13: REZONE from the Grand Prairie Planned Development District to the RS-1, RS-2, and RD, Residential Districts to allow residential development. Legal Description: Lots 1-24 & 26-37, Block 1; Lot 1-7 & Lots 10-17 Block 2; Lots 1-17 Block 3; Lots 1-2 Block 4, all in Grand Prairie Addition, Lincoln County (77th Street and Minnesota Avenue.) APPROVED ITEM 12. 2005-11-14: FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN in Subarea A, 69th Street and Louise Avenue PD to construct a bank. Legal Description: Lot 1, Block 1, Sonler Addition, Lincoln County (3610 W. Avera Drive.) APPROVED ITEM 13. 2005-11-15: REZONE from the I-2, General Industrial to the C-3, Central Business District to allow retailing (furniture store). Legal Description: Lot 1, Tuthill’s Subdivision of Tract 9 & 13, CSA in the SW1/4 of Section 16-101-49, Minnehaha County (311 E. Eighth St.) APPROVED ITEM 14. 2005-11-17: REZONE C-2, General Commercial District to the I-1, Light Industrial District to allow a truck wash. Legal Description: Lot 1, Silverstar Addition, Minnehaha County (East 60th Street North.) APPROVED ITEM 15. 2005-11-18: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the RS-2, Residential District to allow family day care. Legal Description: Lot 32, Block 9, Holiday Estates Addition, Minnehaha County (224 N. Holiday Ave.) APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATION: 1. Health Department registration. ITEM 16. 2005-11-19: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the RS-1, Residential District to allow a family day care in an existing residence. Legal Description: Lot 14, Block 10, Memorial Park Estates Addition, Minnehaha County (7400 W. 22nd St.) APPROVED ITEM 17. 2005-11-21: FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN in Subarea B, Myrl & Roy’s Planned Development District to allow outdoor storage of truck trailers. Legal Description: Lot 7, Block 3, Myrl and Roy’s Development Park to the city of Sioux Falls, Minnehaha County (224 E. 34th Street N.) APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. Provide revised plan to include fence or landscape screening of the storage lot to screen the lower part of vehicles and trailers, to fix the southern edge of the lot and to help with dust control. 2. Required trees are to be maple or ash. ITEM 18. 2005-11-25: FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN in Subarea A, Interstate Crossings Planned Development District to allow construction of an office building. Legal Description: A portion of (East 327’) Lot 2 of Block 1, Interstate Crossing Addition, Lincoln County (construction site only) (South Broadband Lane.) APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATION: 1. Six trees are provided in the required front yard along 57th Street. ITEM 19. 2005-11-26: REZONE RD, Residential to the RA-1, Residential District to allow campus apartments. Legal Description: Lots 16, 17, 18 & 19 of Block 29, University 3rd Addition, Minnehaha County (33rd Street and Summit Avenue) APPROVED ITEM 20. AMENDMENT TO BOUNDARY OF TAX INCREMENTAL DISTRICT NO. 5 PROJECT PLAN, CITY OF SIOUX FALLS, S.D. ( East Sixth Street to East Eighth Street; Big Sioux River and railroad right-of-way) APPROVED ITEM 21. Amendment to the URBAN RENEWAL PLAN BOUNDARIES: Downtown Center Urban Renewal Area Boundaries, Amendment No. 12, city of Sioux Falls, S.D. (generally the central business district) APPROVED REGULAR AGENDA ITEM 22. 2005-10-14: Designation of TAX INCREMENT FINANCE DISTRICT BOUNDARIES: Tax Increment Finance District No. 6, city of Sioux Falls, S.D. (East Sixth Street to East Eighth Street, TIF No. 5 to railroad right-of-way) APPROVED ITEM 23. 2005-10-12: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the RA-2, Residential District for accessory off-site parking. Legal Description: Lot 4, Block 22, Brookings and Edmunds Addition, Minnehaha County (720 N. Minnesota Ave.) DEFERRED FOR BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT DECISION. ITEM 24. 2005-11-10: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the I-1, Light Industrial District to allow motor vehicle display and sales. Legal Description: Lot 1, Tract 1, Cattlemen's Addition, Minnehaha County (West Benson Road and North Westport Avenue.) APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. Limit street access to West Benson Road and one location. 2. Add one tree in the front yard. 3. Provide an underground lawn irrigation system. 4. Free-standing signage is limited to one sign on West Benson Road with design as presented at this public hearing. 5. Wall signs are limited to the south and east sides of the building only. 6. Trash enclosure walls are to be masonry with brick to match the building brick wainscot. ITEM 25. 2005-11-12: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the C-2, General Commercial District to allow off-site parking. Legal Description: W1/2 Lots 6, 7, 8 & 9, and all of Lots 4 & 5, Block 4, J.L. Phillips Addition, Minnehaha County (108 S. Minnesota Ave.) APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATION: 1. The parking stall adjacent to the new concrete steps and railing is signed for no parking. ITEM 26. 2005-11-20: MINOR AMENDMENT in Subarea C, Valhalla PD to allow increase of signage from two 48-square-foot signs to two 55- square-foot signs, overall height of 8 feet above grade. Legal Description: Lot 1, Block 2, Evergreen Office Park Addition, Minnehaha County (3905 W. 49th St.) WITHDRAWN BY PETITIONER ITEM 27. 2005-11-22: PRELIMINARY SUBDIVISION PLAN in the C-4, Planned Commercial District to allow commercial development. Legal Description: Sunshine South Addition, Lincoln County (57th Street and Cliff Avenue) DEFERRED BY PETITIONER FOR 30 DAYS ITEM 28. R2004-10-14: REVIEW CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the RD, Residential District to allow a group home. Legal Description: Lot 2-3, Block 6, Lawler’s Addition, Minnehaha County (1017 N. Sherman Ave.) ACCEPTED AND FORWARDED TO THE COUNCIL. ITEM 29. R2004-09-06: REVIEW CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the RD, Residential district to allow a group home. Legal Description: N 44’ of the NE 1/4 Block 3, Hayes Addition, Minnehaha County (1401 S. Center Ave.) ACCEPTED AND FORWARDED TO THE COUNCIL. ITEM 30. 2005-11-23: ZONE unzoned land to the RS-2 and RD, Residential Districts and to the RC, Recreation/Conservation District to allow development of residential and a neighborhood park. Legal Description: Seubert’s Tract 4 and the NW 1/4 of Section 16-100-50, Lincoln County (southeast corner of 69th Street and Louise Avenue.) DEFERRED FOR 30 DAYS ITEM 31. 2005-11-24: PRELIMINARY SUBDIVISION PLAN for the Prairie View Addition to allow residential development. Legal Description: Seubert’s Tract 4 and a part of NW1/4 of Section 16-100-50, Lincoln County (69th Street and Kiwanis Avenue.) DEFERRED FOR 30 DAYS ITEM 32. 2005-11-28: REZONE from the RS-2, Residential District to the Sioux Valley Hospital Campus Planned Development District to allow a temporary parking lot for contractor parking. Legal Description: Tr 13 aud sub & S 8’ E block 4 Haywards Addition; Tr 14 & N 22’ NE1/4 block 5 Haywards Addition; N 55’ S 110’ NE 1/4 block 5 Haywards Addition; S 55’ NE 1/4 block 5 Haywards Addition; TR 15 & N 22’ NW 1/4 Block 5 Hayward Addition; S 53’ N 75’ NW 1/4 Block 5 Haywards Addition; 1108 S. West: S 56.5’ NW 1/4 Block 5 Haywards Addition; N 42’ SW 1/4 Block 5 Haywards Addition; S 45’ N 87’ SW 1/4 Block 5 Haywards Addition; S 44.5’ SW 1/4 Block 5 Haywards Addition; S 1/3 SE 1/4 Block 5 Haywards Addition, all in Minnehaha County (West and Lake avenues; between 18th and 20th streets) APPROVED WITH MODIFIED SUBAREA REGULATIONS ITEM 33. Adjourn. MEETING ADJOURNED AT 8:50 P.M. 2005-11-30
Airport BoardDraft minutes of meeting Dec. 16, 2005 The Sioux Falls Regional Airport Authority Board met at noon, Dec. 16, 2005, in the first-floor conference room of the Costello Terminal. For a list of approved bills, go to www.siouxfallsbusinessjournal.com • 1. MINUTES of the Nov. 17, 2005, meeting; APPROVED. • 2. BILLS; APPROVED. • 3. CONSENT AGENDA; APPROVED. A. Approve sale of four loader tires for high bid of $1,740 and bumper for high bid of $213.13. B. Approve audit agreement with Eide Bailly not to exceed $12,750. C. Extend G2 Security contract through Dec. 31, 2006. D. Approve $325,000 contract with Coffman and Associates for master plan. E. Approve maintenance agreement with Cernium for Exit Sentry machine for $4,849 in 2006 and $5,334 in 2007. Motion carried. • 4. EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S REPORT. A. For the period July 1, 2004, through June 30, 2005, the Sioux Falls Regional Airport ranked 19th in the Great Lakes Region for enplanements. During the same period, passenger enplanements increased 15 percent, airline revenue increased 10 percent and the average fare dropped from $198 to $186 one way. Las Vegas is now the No. 1 destination out of Sioux Falls. B. The Transportation Security Administration has selected a private contractor to assume passenger and baggage screening duties at the Sioux Falls Regional Airport. The name of the contractor is to be released later today. A kickoff meeting has been scheduled for Jan. 5 with all the stakeholders. • 5. BUDGET INCREASES FOR 2005; APPROVED: Temporary labor: $7,400; Group insurance: $8,000; Accounting: $3,600; Sanitation: $700; attorney fees: $17,400; terminal maintenance: $12,900; plumbing: $2,700; machinery maintenance: $5,100; field maintenance: $5,000; office supplies: $400; printing: $2,000; gas and oil: $800; paint: $900; travel: $2,100 • 6. TRUNK SEWER IMPROVEMENTS. The City of Sioux Falls has an upcoming trunk sewer project that will go through a piece of the Authority’s property. The city will be asking for a 150-foot temporary easement for construction and then a 40-foot permanent easement and room for a gravel road. • 7. BIDS FOR SECURITY CAMERA INSTALLATIONS AND LIGHTING IMPROVEMENTS. Mark Griffin moved and Neil Schmid seconded acceptance of the low bids of Muth Electric for $116,924.95 for security camera installation and $87,923.50 for lighting improvements. Motion carried. • 8. ENGINEERING CONTRACT. Mark Griffin moved and Neil Schmid seconded approval of a construction administration contract with Ulteig Engineers for $9,800 for the security camera and lighting improvement projects. Motion carried. • 9. RUNWAY 3 SAFETY AREA. Tom Lien moved and Mark Griffin seconded approval of a contract with SEH for $23,678 to engineer expansion of the runway 3 safety area. Motion carried. • 10. CHRISTMAS BONUS. Neil Schmid moved and Tom Lien seconded to award a 1 percent Christmas bonus to all authority employees. Motion carried. • 11. OLD BUSINESS. A. Standard Parking reports that its project to erect a parking booth canopy is behind schedule but should be completed the week of Dec. 19. B. Ramkota and Ramada Inn have both offered a $49 stranded traveler rate. C. Carter Christianson, a schoolchild, presented the chairman with a report on replacing the America West Sioux Falls-Phoenix service. • MEETING ADJOURNED AT 12:32 P.M. Ck # Vendor Account Description Amount Date Paid 21236 void n/a $- 11/16/05 21237 Argus Leader Oct Board/Delta Winner $417.22 " 21238 AT&T telephone $58.00 " 21239 Blue Wire Technologies advertising $90.00 " 21240 Cliff Avenue Auto Parts rescue & fire fighting $34.31 " 21241 Dockendorf Equipment machinery maintenance $160.43 " 21242 FedEx postage $7.42 " 21243 JD Evans Inc machinery maintenance $32.55 " 21244 Johnstone Supply building maintenance $38.98 " 21245 Key Staffing temporary labor $518.80 " 21246 Marnach, Mike NBAA conference $606.22 " 21247 Maxim Technologies aip# 3-46-0050-34 #6 $280.00 " 21248 Maximum Promotions building maintenance $136.00 " 21249 Myrl & Roy's Paving Inc field maintenance $54.10 " 21250 OrbitCom telephone $59.09 " 21251 Otis Elevator building maintenance $3,227.29 " 21252 Oam Oil Inc oil $1,333.76 " 21253 Qwest telephone $541.38 " 21254 Revier Pressure Washers janitorial supplies $198.00 " 21255 SD Federal Property Agency machinery maintenance $200.00 " 21256 SD Supplemental Retirement payroll deduction - $145.00 $- " 21257 Sioux Empire Fed Credit Union payroll deduction - 175.00 $- " 21258 Sixel Consulting advertising $3,113.13 " 21259 Ulteig Engineers security camera installation $5,562.50 " 21260 VanDerLugt, Jane insurance $2,140.00 " 21261 Verizon Wireless telephone $30.75 " 21262 Walling Water Management chemicals $105.45 " 21263 Waste Management sanitation $182.33 " 21264 Workplace Sound & Tech building maintenance $75.00 " 21265 America West Airlines agreement $174,861.00 11/22/05 21266 Argus Leader printing - Bid Notices $174.42 " 21267 AvComs Inc office repair $70.00 " 21268 BrockWhite Co LLC field maintenance $890.80 " 21269 Business Aviation NBAA conference $5,600.00 " 21270 Crescent Electric electrical supplies $1,195.70 " 21271 void n/a $- " 21272 HDR Inc AIP #3-46-0050-50 #50 $24,183.23 " 21273 Heartland Paper Co janitorial supplies $166.08 " 21274 Howes Oil Co gas $3,412.50 " 21275 Janitor's Closet janitorial supplies $959.37 " 21276 JD Evans Inc machinery maintenance $70.00 " 21277 Key Staffing temporary labor $1,037.60 " 21278 Koch Hazard engineering $3,221.21 " 21279 Mac's Inc machinery maintenance $161.16 " 21280 void n/a $- " 21281 Messerli, Gary FAA Chicago conference $756.27 " 21282 MidWest Alarm building maintenance $90.00 " 21283 Qwest telephone $242.28 " 21284 R&L Supply plumbing maintenance $638.45 " 21285 SD Supplemental Retirement payroll deduction - $145.00 $- " 21286 Seed Solutions field maintenance $42.00 " 21287 Sioux Empire Fed Credit Union payroll deductions - $175.00 $- " 21288 Terin Corp aip #3-46-0050-34 #5F $309,402.86 " 21289 American Fence Co fencing $3,515.00 11/29/05 21290 Argus Leader Oct board minutes $254.54 " 21291 Bargain Barn Tire Center tires $159.00 " 21292 Chemco janitorial supplies $1,016.16 " 21293 Christopherson Bailin Anderson legal services 05/31-11/01/05 $4,438.35 " 21294 City of Sioux Falls telephone $125.53 " 21295 Empire Electric electrical repair $293.62 " 21296 FedEx postage $12.97 " 21297 Hander Inc plumbing maintenance $61.22 " 21298 Heartland Paper Co janitorial supplies $501.00 " 21299 Interstate Office Products office supplies $264.65 " 21300 void n/a $- " 21301 Key Staffing temporary labor $518.80 " 21302 MidAmerican Energy natural gas;other building $11,215.23 " 21303 Oshkosh Truck Corp rescue & fire fighting $179.75 " 21304 Sioux Falls Utilities electric; water/sewer;other $14,111.88 " 21305 Sioux Valley Wireless advertising $64.95 " 21306 West Coast Sales field maintenance $1,632.46 " 21307 Argus Leader tires for sale ad $56.50 12/05/05 21308 Child Support Payment Center payroll deduction - $173.08 $- " 21309 CNASurety insurance $1,061.00 " 21310 Dex Media East telephone $20.60 " 21311 Eide Bailley LLP accounting services $835.00 " 21312 Empire Electric electrical maintenance $1,198.11 " 21213 Fred the Fixer building maintenance $65.00 " 21314 G&H Distributing machinery maintenance $23.00 " 21315 Great Western Bank cd $600,000.00 " 21316 Ramkota Hotel misc expense $122.00 " 21317 SD Supplemental Retirement payroll deduection - $145.00 $- " 21318 Swedlund, Toni building maintenance $24.49 " 21319 Tri-State Garage Door Inc building maintenance $198.00 " TOTAL $1,188,346.45 Payroll pay period ending 11/20/05 $22,724.29 11/25/05 pay period ending 12/04/05 $28,436.05 12/09/05 $51,160.34 1609 Standard Parking October management fee $28,066.47 11/22/05 2005-12-14
City Planning CommissionDraft Minutes of Meeting Jan. 4, 2006 (Bold italics indicates items to go to Council.) The City Planning Commission met at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 4, 2006, at Carnegie Town Hall, 235 W. 10th St. ITEMS 1-11 ARE APPROVED AS CONSENT ITEMS. ITEMS RECEIVED AND FILED • None. APPROVAL OF CONSENT AGENDA CONSENT AGENDA ITEM 18: ELECTIONS IS ADDED TO THE REGULAR AGENDA. ITEM 1. APPROVAL OF DEC. 7, 2005, MINUTES OF REGULAR MEETING. APPROVED ITEM 2. PLATS. APPROVED ITEM 3. 2005-12-03: MINOR AMENDMENT to Subarea A, Crystal Springs PD, Planned Development District to increase building height allowed from 35 feet to 45 feet. Legal Description: Lot 5, Oak Brook Centre Addition, Lincoln County (South Bur Oak Place.) APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATION: 1. Approved for the roof height as calculated for the plans presented but not to exceed 45 feet. ITEM 4. 2005-12-02: FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN in Subarea A, Crystal Springs PD, Planned Development District to construct an office building. Legal Description: Lot 5, Oak Brook Centre Addition, Lincoln County (South Bur Oak Place.) APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. Add two trees in the Interstate 229 landscape setback. 2. Freestanding and building wall signage shall not exceed that allowed by Crystal Springs PD Subarea Regulations. ITEM 5. 2005-12-05: MINOR AMENDMENT to Subarea B, West 57th Street No. 2 PD, Planned Development District, to allow increase in building height from 35 feet to 45 feet. Legal Description: Lot 1, Block 1, Pana Addition (57th Street and Rolling Green Avenue.) APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATION: 1. Approved for the roof height as calculated for the plans presented but not to exceed 45 feet. ITEM 6. 2005-12-04: FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN in Subarea B, West 57th Street No. 2 PD, Planned Development District, to construct an office and multifamily residential building. Legal Description: Lot 1, Block 1, Pana Addition, Lincoln County (57th Street and Rolling Green Avenue.) APPROVED 1. Provide parking lot screening at the east end of the lot. 2. Freestanding and building wall signage shall not exceed that allowed by West 57th Street No. 2 PD Subarea Regulations. ITEM 7. 2005-12-06: REZONE from RS-2, Residential to the RD, Residential to allow twin-home development. Legal Description: A portion of the S. 257' of S1/2 SE1/4 Section 25-101-49, Minnehaha County (41st Street and Dubuque Avenue.) APPROVED ITEM 8. 2005-12-07: MAJOR AMENDMENT to Subareas A, B, C and F, Westwood Valley PD, Planned Development District to eliminate Subareas B and F, and change subarea boundaries for Subareas A and change subarea regulations for Subarea C. Legal Description: S1/2 NE1/4 and N1/2 SE1/4 Section 28-101-50 per Exhibit A, Minnehaha County (32nd Street and Ellis Road.) APPROVED ITEM 9. 2005-12-08: MAJOR AMENDMENT in Subarea B, Rolling Heights Planned Development District creating subarea G, which will allow for office land uses. Legal Description: Portions of Lots 17 & 18, Block 7, the Reserve Addition, per Exhibit A, Lincoln County (69th Street and Old Yankton Road.) APPROVED ITEM 10. 2005-12-09: REZONE RD, Residential District to RA-1, Residential District to allow replatting to individual lots. Legal Description: Lots 4 & 7, Pearson's First Addition, Minnehaha County (26th Street and Marday Avenue.) APPROVED ITEM 11. 2005-11-11: MAJOR AMENDMENT in Subarea B, Village at Heatheridge Planned Development District to allow permissive uses from the O, Office District. Legal Description: Lots A, C and B, Village at Heatheridge Addition and the East 196 feet of Tract 2, Heatheridge Addition, Lincoln County (69th Street and Old Village Place.) APPROVED REGULAR AGENDA ITEM 12. 2005-11-32: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the S, Institutional District to allow a college or post high school within 150 feet of a Residential District for accessory use of campus housing. Legal Description: Lots 16, 17, 18 and 19 of Block 29, University 3rd Addition. (33rd Street and Summit Avenue.) APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATION: 1. This new student housing will be owned and operated by Augustana College. ITEM 13. 2005-12-10: FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN in Subarea D, Rolling Heights PD, Planned Development District to construct a coffee shop. Legal Description: Block 3, Cypres Knol Addition (6001 S. Western Ave.) APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. Screen parking to the west at the north end of the coffee shop. 2. Coffee shop free-standing and building signage shall not face residential uses to the north and west and shall conform to C-4 District zoning regulations. ITEM 14. 2005-12-11: FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN in the 41st Street and Sycamore Avenue Planned Development District to allow construction of a convenience store and car wash. Legal Description: Tract A, Block 3, Bluegrass Addition, Minnehaha County (3245 S. Sycamore Ave.) APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. The canopy lighting will incorporate flat-lens fixtures. 2. Parking is screened from the residential land uses to the west. 3. Sign plan is approved by the planning director. 4. Trash enclosure is constructed with similar materials as the building. 5. Sound information is provided from the manufacturer for the car wash and is approved by the Health Department prior to building permit issuance. ITEM 15. 2005-12-12: MAJOR AMENDMENT to Subarea C, Boulder Ridge Estates PD, Planned Development District to allow office uses. Legal Description: SE1/4 Section 16-100-50 (Western Avenue and 85th Street.) APPROVED ITEM 16. 2005-12-13: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the C-4, Planned Commercial District to construct a grocery store on a site greater than one acre in size. Legal Description: Sunshine South Addition (57th Street and Cliff Avenue.) APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. A complete sign package will be submitted to the Planning Director for approval. ITEM 17. 2005-11-22: PRELIMINARY SUBDIVISION PLAN in the C-4, Planned Commercial District to allow commercial development. Legal Description: Sunshine South Addition, Lincoln County (57th Street and Cliff Avenue.) APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. Conditional use permit approved and effective for project development on Lot C. 2. Include a water quality BMP. 3. Plans signed by the city engineer. ITEM 18: ELECTIONS Chairperson: Anita Wetsch Vice chairperson: Kent Metzger Chairperson-pro-tem: Meredith Larson ITEM 19. ADJOURN MEETING ADJOURNED AT 8 P.M. 2005-12-28
Airport BoardDraft minutes of meeting Jan. 13, 2006 The Sioux Falls Regional Airport Authority Board met at noon, Jan. 13, 2006, in the first-floor conference room of the Costello Terminal. For a list of approved bills, go to www.siouxfallsbusinessjournal.com. • 1. MINUTES of the Dec. 16, 2005, meeting; APPROVED. • 2. BILLS; APPROVED. • 3. CONSENT AGENDA; APPROVED. A. Declare the following surplus for disposal: Sharp UCA-255 fax machine, Comco 730 radio, oak desk, Tennant S-2500 buffer, Ariens YT-13G riding mower, Bearcat BC860XLT scanner, Canon NP2020 copier, Healthway HWC1220E air purifier and Samsung 4700 fax machine. B. Approve assumption of t-hangar lease by John Schreurs. C. Travel by executive director and any interested board member to Airport Revenue Conference in Las Vegas from Feb. 19-21. • 4. EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S REPORT: A. America West has announced termination of Sioux Falls service effective April 2, 2006. Executive Director Mike Marnach recently met with airline representatives. He was told America West is busy integrating with USAir after the merger and to contact them again later in the year to talk about any plans they may have. B. The terminal recirculation road will be moved in 2006. Approximately 600 feet of the new road is designed to be in the right of way for Minnesota Avenue. Neil Schmid moved and Tom Lien seconded to agree to move the road if the city needs the area to widen Minnesota and to close the road when the city needs access to the utilities that will be under it in exchange for city approval to make part of the road in the right of way. Motion carried. • 5. OLD BUSINESS: A. Standard Parking has completed the canopy over the exit booths. The credit card lane is temporarily shut down because of a software problem involving a Y2K issue that just surfaced. B. The authority will meet with Elmwood Golf Course and the Parks Department representatives on Jan. 19 to discuss moving the fence and road at the end of runway 03. C. Covenant Aviation Security is set to assume passenger and baggage screening duties Feb. 8. • 6. LIGHT BULB BIDS: Lien moved and Schmid seconded to award the bid for supply of light bulbs to Crescent Electric based on its low bid for both schedule 1 and schedule 2. Motion carried. • 7. TERMINAL SEAT RE-COVER BIDS: There were two bids for re-covering the remaining terminal seats in leather. The low bidder was not the same contractor who re-covered seats in the terminal in 2005. It was decided that acceptance of the bid would be deferred and the low bidder would be given a few seats to re-cover on a trial basis. • 8. AIR SERVICE CONTRACT: Mark Sixel of Sixel Consulting briefed the board on his past efforts to attract air service for Sioux Falls and gave a prognosis of air service developments. Mark Griffin moved and Schmid seconded to renew the contract for air service development with Sixel Consulting for two years. Under the contract, Sixel will identify potential low-fare and full-service new and incumbent airlines, both scheduled and charter, that have the possibility of adding to existing service or adding new service; produce air service case studies to be presented to targeted airlines; conduct a three-state passenger leakage-retention analysis; and produce the Airport Traffic Quarterly – Sioux Falls Regional Airport. As requested, services will include writing the Small Community Air Service Development Grant proposal in 2006 and 2007; developing and instituting a pre-purchased ticket program for any new service introduction; and developing and managing advertising and marketing campaigns to support any new service. Compensation for these services shall be expenses plus 10 percent for production of materials and travel; $2 per passenger for any new service for a period of 18 months; $1,500 per quarter for the Airport Traffic Quarterly – Sioux Falls Regional Airport; $4,500 for the retention-leakage analysis; $3,750 to write the Small Community Air Service Development Grant for two years; 4 percent of advanced net ticket sales for a pre-purchased ticket program and expenses plus 10 percent with a maximum fee of $60,000; 5 percent of the advertising budget to develop and manage an advertising campaign and expenses plus 10 percent with a maximum fee of $10,000. Motion carried. Lien moved and Schmid seconded to direct Sixel to write the Small Community Air Service Development Grant application for 2006. Motion carried. • 9. ENGINEERING CONTRACT: Griffin moved and Lien seconded approval of an engineering contract with HDR for 2006 projects in the amount of $132,869.83. Motion carried. • MEETING ADJOURNED AT 1:03 P.M. Ck # Vendor Account Description Amount Date Paid 21320 thru $- 12/14/05 21236 void $- " 21227 All Phase Electric electrical maintenance $76.53 " 21328 Ascent Technologies aircraft deicing fluid $26,236.68 " 21329 Automatic Door Group building maintenance $114.80 " 21330 Bargain Barn Tire Center tire repair $20.00 " 21331 Batteries Plus machinery maintenance $89.00 " 21332 Border States Electric electrical supplies $179.95 " 21333 Exide reccue and fire fighting $316.74 " 21334 FedEx postage $25.44 " 21335 G&H Distributing machinery maintenance $87.13 " 21336 Guardian, The dental insurance premium $439.60 " 21337 HDR Inc aip# 3-46-0050-34 #6 $13,147.02 " 21338 Key Staffing temporary labor $1,037.60 " 21339 Lostroh, Greg field maintenance $3,307.50 " 21340 Norberg Paints paint/supplies $126.50 " 21341 OrbitCom telephone $59.09 " 21342 Qwest telephone $541.38 " 21343 SD Retirement System payroll deduction - $2484.87 $2,463.33 " 21344 Sioux Empire Fed Credit Union payroll deduction - $175.00 $- " 21345 Sioux Valley Health Plan payroll deduction - $1000.66 $5,790.34 " 21346 Sixel Consulting advertising $3,548.00 " 21347 Standard Insurance Co insurance $304.00 " 21348 Tractor Supply Company machinery maintenance $104.11 " 21349 Verizon Wireless telephone $44.93 " 21350 Waste Management sanitation $176.89 " 21351 Workplace Sound & Technologies building maintenance $75.00 " 21352 void $- 12/20/05 21353 AT&T telephone $85.23 " 21354 Border States Electric field maintenance $40.53 " 21355 City - Chief of Police Aug/Sept Leo's $29,129.33 " 21356 Child Support Payment Center payroll deduction - $173.08 $- " 21357 Dakota Security Systems repair BA camera $96.17 " 21358 Diamond Vogel paint/supplies $38.20 " 21359 Dockendorf Equipment machinery maintenance $252.43 " 21360 Electric Construction office repair $116.09 " 21361 Howes Oil Co fuel $4,035.00 " 21362 Interstate Office Products office supplies $382.36 " 21363 void $- " 21364 Janitor's Closet janitorial supplies $744.90 " 21365 J.D. Evans, Inc machinery maintenance $2,553.17 " 21366 Key Staffing temporary labor $518.80 " 21367 Kone, Inc building maintenance $404.95 " 21368 Lewis Drug janitorial supplies $117.00 " 21369 Linweld, Inc chemical supplies $150.66 " 21370 MES Home Theatre office equipment $4,176.90 " 21371 Oshkosh Truck Corp rescue & fire fighting $340.58 " 21372 Qwest telephone $246.57 " 21373 SD Supplemental Retirement Plan payroll deduction - $145.00 $- " 21374 Seymour, Carol misc expenses $73.52 " 21375 Sioux Empire Fed Credit Union payroll deduction - $175.00 $- " 21376 Ulteig Engineers security enhancements $3,625.00 " 21377 Butler Machinery machinery maintenance $327.15 12/29/05 21378 void $- " 21379 Cliff Avenue Auto Parts machinery maintenance $193.81 " 21380 void $- " 21381 void $- " 21382 Concrete Materials field maintenance $2,118.40 " 21383 Creative Host Services misc expenses $36.00 " 21384 Exide Corp machinery maintenance $97.46 " 21385 Family Services medical $140.00 " 21386 Forward Sioux Falls advertising $100,000.00 " 21387 Fred the Fixer building maintenance $652.50 " 21388 Globe Airport Security Services November security $8,912.32 " 21389 Key Staffing temporary labor $518.80 " 21390 Malloy Electric Bearing Supply machinery maintenance $105.37 " 21391 Otis Elevator Company building maintenance $3,227.29 " 21392 Overhead Door Company building maintenance $1,493.52 " 21393 Petty Cash/Michael Marnach misc expenses $198.47 " 21394 Tri-State Garage Door building maintenance $60.00 " 21395 Zabel Steel machinery maintenance $117.55 " 21396 HDR Inc aip#3-46-0050-34 #7F $9,829.57 " TOTAL $233,467.16 Payroll pay period ending 12/18/05 $24,517.87 12/23/05 bonus checks $5,146.00 12/23/05 pay period endings 01/01/06 01/06/06 $29,663.87 1608 Standard Parking November Management Fee $25,903.88 12/20/05 2006-01-11
City and County Planning CommissionsExcerpts of draft minutes Jan. 23, 2006 The Sioux Falls and Minnehaha County planning commissions met at 7 p.m. Monday, Jan. 23, 2006, in the Minnehaha County Administration Building, 415 N. Dakota Ave. • CONSENT AGENDA; APPROVED • ITEM 1. MINUTES of the Sept. 26, 2005, meeting; APPROVED. • ITEM 2. CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT #06-05 to allow commercial warehousing. Legal description – S1/2 Lot 34 Northside Gardens in Section 27-T02N-R49W; Location – 1412 E. 60th St. N., north edge of Sioux Falls Petitioner/owner – Trent Goossen Present zoning – Commercial; Existing land use – Residential Parcel size - 0.44 acres APPROVED with the following conditions: 1) All outside lighting shall be limited to a shoebox-style lighting that directs the light downward and prevents the spillage of light beyond the property. 2) No outside storage shall be allowed on the site. All storage shall be restricted to inside the building. 3) The driveway shall be hard-surfaced from 60th Street North and onto the property a minimum of 50 feet from the right-of-way line. The hard-surfacing shall be completed by June 1, 2006. 4) Property shall conform to the submitted site plan. 5) The maximum size of the building shall be 48 by 100 feet. • REGULAR AGENDA; APPROVED • ITEM 3 . REZONING #05-08 from A-1 Agricultural to C Commercial. Legal Description – Stoakes Subdivision of Tract 2 Lot 4 Pleasant View Acres N1/2 SE1/4 & S1/2 NE1/4 in Section 19-T101N-R48W; Location – 1114 S. Stoakes Ave., one-half mile east of Sioux Falls Petitioner/owner – Mike Teslow with East Side Developers LLC Present zoning – A-1 Agricultural; Existing land use – Vacant Parcel size – 1.09 acres APPROVED 2006-01-25
City Planning CommissionDraft Minutes of Meeting Feb. 1, 2006 (Bold italics indicates items to go to Council.) The City Planning Commission met at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 1, 2006, at Carnegie Town Hall, 235 W. 10th St. • ITEMS 1-5 AND 7-14 ARE APPROVED AS CONSENT ITEMS. ITEM 6 IS MOVED TO THE REGULAR AGENDA AT THE REQUEST OF NEIGHBORS. • ITEMS RECEIVED AND FILED None. • CONSENT AGENDA; APPROVED • ITEM 1. MINUTES of Jan. 4, 2006, meeting; APPROVED. • ITEM 2. PLATS; APPROVED • ITEM 3. 2005-08-09: FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN in Subarea E, River Crossing PD, Planned Development District, to construct a restaurant. Legal Description: A Portion of Lot 2, Munkvold Addition, to be replatted, Lincoln County (57th Street and Crossing Place.) DEFERRED • ITEM 4. 2005-12-14: REZONE from the C-2, General Commercial to the I-1, Light Industrial District to allow a truck wash. Legal Description: S. 41' of Lot 2 and all of lots 3, in block 4, of Rogers Subdivision No. 2 , SE1/4 Section 28-102-49, Minnehaha County (1000 E. 60th St. N.) APPROVED • ITEM 5. 2006-01-05: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the C-2, General Commercial District to allow a truck wash and truck service center. Legal Description: S 41' of Lot 2, Block 3 Rogers Subdivision No. 2 and Lot 3, Rogers Subdivision No. 2, Minnehaha County (1000 E. 60th St. N.) APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. Provide a landscaping schedule identifying the number, size, species and location of tree plantings. Add one tree in the front yard on North 9th Avenue, and add nine trees in the front yard on East 60th Street North, all to be 1 3/4-inch caliper ash or maple. 2. Construct the trash enclosure with materials similar to those used in the building. • ITEM 6. 2006-01-02: REZONE from the RA-1, Residential District to the MH, Residential District to allow expansion of a manufactured home park. MOVED TO REGULAR AGENDA • ITEM 7. 2006-01-04: MINOR AMENDMENT in the Minnehaha County Courthouse Planned Development District to allow reduced front yards: From 25 feet to 17 feet on Main Avenue and from 25 feet to 10 feet on Third Street. Legal Description: Lots 10-18 of Block 28, Brookings & Edmunds Addition, Minnehaha County (601 N Main Ave.) APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. Landscaping includes living ground cover. 2. Tree species are approved by the city forester. 3. Lighting on the site is in keeping with campus themes. • ITEM 8. 2006-01-11: MAJOR AMENDMENT to Subareas B & C, Manifold Acres PD, Planned Development District to revise subarea boundaries. Legal Description: Portion of S1/2 SW1/4 Section 25-101-49, Minnehaha County, as shown in Exhibit A. (Sycamore Avenue and 41st Street.) APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATION: 1. Approved for the subarea boundary map as presented by the applicant. • ITEM 9. 2006-01-12: REZONE RS-1, Residential District to the RS-2, Residential District for residential development. Legal Description: Portion of N1/2 SW1/4 Section 22-101-50, Minnehaha County as shown in Exhibit A (22nd Street and Ellis Road.) APPROVED • ITEM 10. 2006-01-13: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the C-2, General Commercial District to allow an on-sale alcohol establishment. Legal Description: Tenant space indicated as Suite 111 within a building on Lot A, Lot B and Lot C, Tract 13, Taylors Addition, Minnehaha County (Cliff Ave and Benson Road.) APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATION: 1. The security-management plan remains current and is reviewed by the crime prevention officer upon business operation. • ITEM 11. 2006-01-14: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the C-2, General Commercial District to allow development on a site greater than an acre. Legal Description: Lots A, B and C of Tract 13, Taylors Addition, Minnehaha County (Cliff Avenue and Benson Road.) APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. Planting schedule is approved by planning director. 2. Sprinkler irrigation is provided. 3. Access plan in accord with the Cliff Avenue Corridor Study is approved by city engineer before grading. • ITEM 12. 2006-01-17: REZONE Marion Place PD, Planned Development District to the C-4, Planned Commercial District for future commercial development. Legal Description: Portion of Lot 10, Resubdivision of Sioux Falls Farmstead, Section 25-101-50, Minnehaha County (Marion Road and Jeanne Drive.) APPROVED • ITEM 13. 2006-01-18: REZONE AG, Agricultural District to RS-2, Residential District for single-family residential development. Legal Description: Part of SW1/4 Section 34-101-50, as shown in Exhibit A, Minnehaha County (57th Street and Ellis Road.) APPROVED • ITEM 14. 2006-01-19: PRELIMINARY SUBDIVISION PLAN for Southern Vistas, a residential development. Legal Description: Part of the SW1/4 Section 34-101-50, Minnehaha County (57th Street and Ellis Road.) APPROVED REGULAR AGENDA • ITEM 6. 2006-01-02: REZONE from the RA-1, Residential District to the MH, Residential District to allow expansion of a manufactured home park. Legal Description: The W. 282’ of Tract 5 and all of Tract 4 of Rogness Addition, S1/2 S1/2 S1/2 of Section 3-101-49; Tracts 56, 57, 95 and 96 of Norton Tracts Subdivision, S1/2 Section 3-101-49, all in Minnehaha County (29th Street North and Jessica Avenue.) APPROVED • ITEM 15. 2006-01-03: REZONE unzoned land in Lincoln County to Grand Prairie East PD, Planned Development, RS-2, Residential, RD, Residential, RC, Recreation/Conservation Districts for future residential and mixed-use development. Legal Description: W. 400' E. 450' S 1615' N. 1890' (Except S. 308' N. 583' W. 110' E. 450' and except the Diamond Valley lift station site) in SE1/4 Section 14-100-50, Lincoln County (Cliff Avenue between 69th and 85th streets.) APPROVED • ITEM 16. 2006-01-10: REZONE from the C-4, Planned Commercial Zoning District and the O, Office District to the Red Rock West Planned Development District to develop a commercial retail area. Legal Description: That part of the unplatted land located in the SE 1/4 lying north of vacated railroad right of way, all in Cliff Foss 2nd Addition and a portion of Lot 1, Block 4, Cliff Foss 2nd Addition, all in Minnehaha County. (Northeast corner Foss Avenue and Arrowhead Parkway.) APPROVED • ITEM 17. 2005-11-23: ZONE unzoned land to the RS-2 and RD, Residential Districts and to the RC, Recreation/Conservation District to allow development of single-family residential and a neighborhood park. Legal Description: Seubert's Tract 4 and a part of NW 1/4 of Section 16-100-50, Lincoln County (southeast corner of 69th Street and Louise Avenue.) APPROVED • ITEM 18. 2005-11-24: PRELIMINARY SUBDIVISION PLAN for the Prairie View Addition to allow residential development. Legal Description: Seubert's Tract 4 and a part of NW1/4 of Section 16-100-50, Lincoln County (southeast corner of 69th Street and Louise Avenue.) APPROVED • ITEM 19. 2006-01-07: FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN in Subarea C, Rolling Heights PD, Planned Development District to construct multifamily residential apartments. Legal Description: Blocks 2 and 4, Cypres Knol Addition, Lincoln County (Grand Prairie Avenue and 69th Street.) DEFERRED BY APPLICANT FOR 30 DAYS • ITEM 20. 2006-01-15: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the RS-2, Residential District to allow two twin homes (single family attached, four dwellings). Legal Description: Lots 7 & 7A, Lot 6, Block 4, Riverside 3rd Addition, Minnehaha County (1608 Cameo Way.) APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATION: 1. Drainage inlet and piping is provided to city engineering design standards. Drainage plans are approved before grading on the site. • ITEM 21. MEETING ADJOURNED AT 8:15 P.M. 2006-02-08
Airport boardDraft minutes of meeting Feb. 20, 2006 The Sioux Falls Regional Airport Authority Board met at noon, Feb. 20, 2006, in the first-floor conference room of the Costello Terminal. For a list of approved bills, go to www.siouxfallsbusinessjournal.com • 1. MINUTES of the Jan. 13, 2006, meeting; APPROVED. • 2. BILLS; APPROVED. • 3. CONSENT AGENDA; APPROVED. A. Budget increase of $1,300 for a larger carpet extractor. B. Publish salaries for 2006 per state law. C. Declare 1996 Cadillac as surplus and sell with sealed bids on March 15, 2006. D. Approve ownership change of old Marv Randall hangar from Craig Hagen to Kelly Petterson and Todd Weber. • 4. EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S REPORT: A. Auditors from Eide Bailly will be wrapping up the airport’s audit this week and plan to present the audit report at the March board meeting. B. A lease for Maguire Iron’s proposed hangar has been drafted by legal counsel and has been sent to Maguire Iron’s counsel for review. C. Dale Froehlich with Business Aviation said progress with the new building is on schedule and will be ready for occupancy June 1, 2006. • 5. AIR SHOW: Larry Ritz and Ron Mielke proposed the Airport Authority be a partner with the air show July 22 and 23 for a $10,000 donation. For this $10,000 donation, the authority would receive a chalet for invited guests, four free rides in an airplane, newspaper ads and announcements throughout the air show of the partnership. The board discussed how this was an aviation-related activity and would benefit the airport. Tom Lien moved and Neil Schmid seconded to make a $10,000 donation to the South Dakota Air Show. Motion carried. • 6. COVENANT AVIATION: Covenant Aviation was given the contract by TSA to take over screening of passengers and baggage. They began Feb. 5. Jerry Berry from Covenant Aviation stated that there were 48 screeners when TSA was performing the screening function and that Covenant will use 31, saving the government thousands of dollars. He also stated that the turnover has gone well. • 7. LIABILITY AND PROPERTY INSURANCE: Karen Ripperda presented a quote from AIG Insurance for liability insurance. Because of a higher number of claims last year, the liability insurance premium will increase 15 percent to $57,624. She obtained one other quote, from Phoenix Insurance, of $70,000. There was discussion about causes for the increase in claims. Bill Dougherty moved and Schmid seconded to renew liability insurance with AIG and to reject the terrorism coverage. Motion carried. Holmes Murphy presented a proposal for renewal of property, inland marine and automotive insurance plus a public officials’ bond. The quoted premium was up 5 percent to $35,964, largely because of an increased valuation of the terminal building. Schmid moved and Dougherty seconded to accept Holmes Murphy’s proposal and to reject terrorism coverage on both the property insurance and inland marine insurance. Motion carried. • 8. REUPHOLSTERY PROJECT: Steve Pitts of Kings Trim required that his bid to reupholster the seats in the terminal building be withdrawn. Schmid moved and Lien seconded the next low bid which was from Cliff Avenue Upholstery. Motion carried. • 9. ENGINEERING CONTRACT: Schmid moved and Lien seconded approval of an engineering contract with Koch Hazard Architects for a conceptual design for a new control tower. Motion carried. • MEETING ADJOURNED AT 12:52 P.M. Ck # Vendor Account Description Amount Date Paid 21397 Argus Leader printing $123.20 01/11/06 21398 Brown, Larry cell phone 2006 $288.00 " 21399 Builders Supply Company building maintenance $197.00 " 21400 Butler Machinery machinery maintenance $199.20 " 21401 Child Support Payment Center payroll deduction- $133.85 $- " 21402 City of Sioux Falls telephone $18.35 " 21403 Cliff Avenue Auto Parts machinery maintenance $88.04 " 21404 Coffman Associates engineering $11,025.00 " 21405 Creative Host Services misc expenses $54.87 " 21406 Dex Media East telephone $20.60 " 21407 Diamond Vogel paint $268.50 " 21408 void $- " 21409 Dockendorf Equipment machinery maintenance $84.00 " 21410 Larry Donoghue Associates engineering $2,500.00 " 21411 Drake Equipment machinery maintenance $78.95 " 21412 Empire Electric electrical maintenance $692.80 " 21413 FedEx postage $21.98 " 21414 Halland, Dan cell phone 2006 $144.00 " 21415 Heartland Glass Co building maintenance $144.00 " 21416 Heartland Paper Co janitorial supplies $521.32 " 21417 Howes Oil Co gas $7,435.24 " 21418 Janitor's Closet janitorial supplies $650.00 " 21419 Key Staffing temporary labor $856.02 " 21420 Langrock, Dale cell phone 2006 $144.00 " 21421 Linweld, Inc machinery maintenance $34.54 " 21422 MidAmerican Energy natural gas;other building $24,808.66 " 21423 Neopost Rate Change Department office equipment maintenance $90.00 " 21424 Northern States Supply Inc machinery maintenance $121.11 " 21425 OrbitCom telephone $59.09 " 21426 Plucker, Jeff cell phone 2006 $144.00 " 21427 Pontiac Cadillac of Sioux Falls machinery maintenance $485.02 " 21428 SD Airport Management Assoc membership 2006 $25.00 " 21429 SDML Workers' Comp Fund insurance $8,024.00 " 21430 SD Retirement System payroll deduction - $3121.48 $3,097.08 " 21431 SD Supplemental Retirement System payroll deduction - $145.00 $- " 21432 Seed Solutions field maintenance $72.00 " 21433 Sioux Falls Utilties water/sewer/electric;other blding $14,560.80 " 21434 Sioux Empire United Way payroll deducions - 738.64 $- " 21435 Sioux Valley Wireless advertising $64.95 " 21436 Standard Insurance insurance $306.00 " 21437 Standard Parking parking permits $150.00 " 21438 Traub, John cell phone 2006 $144.00 " 21439 Vantek Communications pager 2006 $187.80 " 21440 Verizon Wireless telephone $36.13 " 21441 Waste Management sanitation $176.64 " 21442 Winter Equipment Company machinery maintenance $880.30 " 21443 AAA Travel Agency advertising $1,234.20 01/25/06 21444 Ace Neon Signs field maintenance $175.00 " 21445 Advanced Internet Solutions advertising $44.85 " 21446 Argus Leader printing/advertising Orlando $2,720.17 " 21447 Ascent Technologies Group airplane deicing fluid $25,581.68 " 21448 AT&T telephone $36.28 " 21449 Chemco, Inc janitorial supplies $1,375.60 " 21450 Chief of Police - Sioux Falls October 05 LEO's $15,246.11 " 21451 Child Support Payment Center payroll deduction - $133.85 $- " 21452 City of Sioux Falls data processing service $65.00 " 21453 Cliff Avenue Auto Parts machinery maintenance $12.57 " 21454 Crescent Electric Supply Co electrical supplies $793.62 " 21455 Culligan Water Conditioning building maintenance $404.00 " 21456 Diamond Vogel field maintenance $219.60 " 21457 Dockendorf Equipment machinery maintenance $974.01 " 21458 void $- " 21459 FedEx postage $24.33 " 21460 Fred the Fixer building maintenance $147.00 " 21461 G&H Distributing rescue & fire fighting $66.36 " 21462 Heartland Paper Co janitorial supplies $203.04 " 21463 Janitor's Closet janitorial supplies $475.81 " 21464 Johnstone Supply plumbing repair $22.20 " 21465 Mac;s machinery maintenance $25.97 " 21466 Monick Pipe Supply plumbing repair $35.52 " 21467 North Star Publishing advertising $1,895.00 " 21468 Old World Industries runway deicing fluid $20,949.60 " 21469 Oshkosh Truck Corp rescue & fire fighting $621.25 " 21470 Qwest telephone $788.70 " 21471 Robb Upholstery building maintenance $255.00 " 21472 SD Supplemental Retirement System payroll deduction - $145.00 $- " 21473 Short Elliott Hedrickson aip# 3-46-0050-35 #1 $343.15 " 21474 Sioux Falls Development Foundation SD Port Entry Oct-Dec 05 $9,000.00 " 21475 Sioux Empire Federal Credit Union payroll deductions - $175.00 $- " 21476 Sioux Valley Health Plan payroll dedcutions - $1000.66 $5,790.34 " 21477 Sioux Valley Wireless advertising $64.95 " 21478 Sixel Consulting advertising $3,894.00 " 21479 Traub, John insurance $77.50 " 21480 Walling Water Management chemical supplies $104.28 " 21481 West Coast Sales field maintenance $2,302.27 " 21482 Workplace Sound & Technologies building maintenance $75.00 " 21483 Airport Revenue News Marnach conference $550.00 " 20550 Sioux Falls Ford automobile $19,390.00 01/27/06 21484 AAAE membership - Messerli $225.00 02/06/06 21485 All Phase Electric electrical repair $454.66 " 21486 AvComs radio maintenance $42.50 " 21487 Builders Supply Company building maintenance $14.17 " 21488 Child Support Payment Center payroll deduction - $133.85 $- " 21489 Christensen Distributing janitorial supplies $79.80 " 21490 Cliff Avenue Auto Parts machinery maintenance $19.54 " 21491 Concrete Materials field maintenance $4,264.58 " 21492 Creative Host Services Jan board meeting $23.40 " 21493 Crescent Electric Supply Co electrical supplies $369.23 " 21494 Dex Media East telephone $20.60 " 21495 FedEx postage $35.13 " 21496 Fred the Fixer building maintenance $281.10 " 21497 Globe Airport Security Services October security $9,098.38 " 21498 The Guardian insurance $397.04 " 21499 Heartland Paper Co janitorial supplies $485.72 " 21500 Industrial Television Services office equipment maintenance $110.00 " 21501 Interstate Office Products office supplies $172.34 " 21502 Janitor's Closet janitorial supplies $200.47 " 21503 Linweld, Inc chemical supplies $143.52 " 21504 Lostroh, Greg field maintenance $2,430.00 " 21505 Mac's Inc machinery maintenance $66.78 " 21506 Marnach, Mike misc expenses xmas party $1,379.14 " 21507 Menards other building maint $66.32 " 21508 MidAmerican Energy natural gas;other building $19,883.43 " 21509 Mike's Electric electrical maintenance $567.45 " 21510 Overhead Door building maintenance $83.85 " 21511 Roto Rooter plumbing repair $283.00 " 21512 Schoeneman's building maintenance $152.60 " 21513 SD Retirement System payroll deduction - $2830.96 $2,807.58 " 21514 SD Supplemental Retirement System payroll deduction - $145.00 $- " 21515 Sioux Falls Development Foundation sd port of entry - Jan-March 06 $9,000.00 " 21516 Sioux Falls Utilities water/sewer/electric;other blding $14,430.79 " 21517 void $- " 21518 void $- " 21519 Sioux Empire Federal Credit Union payroll deduction - $175.00 $- " 21520 Sioux Falls Development Foundation membership $715.00 " 21521 Sioux Valley Health Plan payroll deduction - $1000.66 $5,790.34 " 21522 Standard Insurance Co insurance $306.00 " 21523 Tractor Supply Company machinery maintenance $37.32 " 21524 Workplace Sound & Technologies building maintenance $75.00 " EFT Sixel Consulting advertising $1,515.00 02/10/06 EFT Sixel Consulting advertising $4,114.00 02/10/06 TOTAL $275,146.93 Payroll pay period ending 01/15/06 $25,516.50 01/20/06 pay period ending 01/29/06 $24,114.48 02/03/06 $49,630.98 1610 Standard Parking December management fee $24,505.76 01/25/062006-02-08
City Planning CommissionDraft Minutes of Meeting March 1, 2006 (Bold italics indicates items to go to Council.) The City Planning Commission met at 7 p.m. Wednesday, March 1, 2006, at Carnegie Town Hall, 235 W. 10th St. ITEMS 1-11 and 13-14 ARE APPROVED AS CONSENT ITEMS. ITEM 12 IS MOVED TO THE REGULAR AGENDA AT THE REQUEST OF PETITIONER AND ITEM 15 IS MOVED TO THE REGULAR AGENDA AT THE REQUEST OF THE PLANNING COMMISSION. ITEMS RECEIVED AND FILED • None. APPROVAL OF CONSENT AGENDA CONSENT AGENDA • ITEM 1. APPROVAL OF FEB. 1, 2006, MINUTES OF REGULAR MEETING. APPROVED • ITEM 2. PLATS. APPROVED • ITEM 3. AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF SIOUX FALLS, S.D., CORRECTING CLERICAL ERRORS IN CERTAIN REZONING ORDINANCES APPROVED • ITEM 4. 2006-02-04: A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY OF SIOUX FALLS AMENDING TAX INCREMENT DISTRICT NO. 5 (TIF NO. 5) PROJECT PLAN. (Between Sixth and Eighth streets east of the Big Sioux River) APPROVED • ITEM 5. 2005-08-09: FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN in Subarea E, River Crossing PD, Planned Development District, to construct a restaurant. Legal Description: A Portion of Lot 2, Munkvold Addition, to be replatted, Lincoln County (57th Street and Crossing Place) APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. Parking areas will be required to be screened from residential land uses to the west. 2. Signage plans must be in conformance with the zoning ordinance for this project and verified by the zoning office before building-permit issuance. 3. A final plat of the subject property is required before building-permit issuance. • ITEM 6. 2006-02-03: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the C-4, Planned Commercial District to allow motor vehicle display and sales in a commercial parking lot. Legal Description: S. 98.8' N. 646.6' Tract 2, CO Aud Subd S1/2 SW1/4 Section 18-101-49, Minnehaha County (10th Street and Kiwanis Avenue) APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. The Park-It-Market will not interfere or block the coffee kiosk’s required stacking spaces. 2. Nuisance eye-catchers on the existing trees are prohibited. 3. No vehicles over 20 feet in length allowed. • ITEM 7. 2006-02-06: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT to allow motor vehicle display and sales in the C-2, General Commercial District. Legal Description: Lot 15 and all of lots 12, 13, 14, 16, 17, 18, & 19, All in Block 1 of Southern Addition to Sioux Falls, Minnehaha County (33rd Street and Minnesota Avenue) APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. Seven feet of right-of-way is dedicated in conjunction with the 2007 construction project on 33rd Street. 2. The conditional use permit is granted for this applicant only (Lithia Dodge of Sioux Falls) • ITEM 8. 2006-02-09: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the C-4, Planned Commercial District to allow development of a bank on a site greater than an acre. Legal Description: Lot 3, Lorraine Towne Center Addition, Minnehaha County (southeast corner of 26th Street and Lorraine Drive) APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATION: 1. Trash enclosure wall design and materials are to be similar to that in the main building. • ITEM 9. 2006-02-10: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in C-3, Central Business District to allow on-sale alcohol establishment accessory use to a restaurant. Legal Description: S1/2 Lot 3, 6 inches by 8 inches Lot 3 northwest corner, Lot 4, Block 17, JL Phillips Addition, Minnehaha County (210 S. Main Ave.) APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATION: 1. Approved security management plan. • ITEM 10. 2006-02-11: PRELIMINARY SUBDIVISION PLAN for Cinnamon Ridge Addition in unzoned land to allow residential development. Legal Description: A portion of E1/2 SW1/4 Section 21-100-50, Lincoln County (Regent Park Drive and 95th Street) APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATION: 1. City engineer approval required before City Council public hearing. • ITEM 11. 2006-02-14: Rezone from the Unzoned railroad right of way and the S, Institutional District to the I-1, Light Industrial District. Legal Description: Tract 3B of the Subdivison of Adjustment Training Center Tracts No. 3 and 7B of the SW 1/4 Section 32-101-49; Tract 7D of the Subdivision of Adjustment Training Center Tracts, NW1/4 SW1/4, Section 32-101-49; Tract 3 of Burlington Fourth Addition, all in Minnehaha County (51st Street and West Avenue) APPROVED • ITEM 13. 2006-02-17: REZONE from the Flynn Heights Planned Development District to the I-1, Light Industrial District to allow light industrial development. Legal Description: Tracts 6 & 7 of Markey Addition, and that part of vacated street per resolution 108-79, except Flynn Heights Business & Technology Park, Tract 4 except Lot 1A, and Tract 5 of Tickman Addition, in the North East and SE 1/4 Section 1-101-50, Minnehaha County (Tickman and Career avenues) APPROVED • ITEM 14. 2006-02-21: PRELIMINARY SUBDIVISION PLAN for the Flynn Heights Business Park to allow light industrial development. Legal Description: Tracts 6 & 7 of Markey Addition, and that part of vacated street per resolution 108-79, except Flynn Heights Business & Technology Park, Tract 4 except Lot 1A, and Tract 5 of Tickman Addition, in the North East and SE 1/4 Section 1-101-50, Minnehaha County (Tickman and Career avenues) APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATION: 1. The city engineer approves the plan before City Council action. REGULAR AGENDA • ITEM 12. 2006-02-16: FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN in Subarea B, Platinum Valley Planned Development District to allow construction of a bank. Legal Description: Lot 1, Block 21, Platinum Valley Addition (74th Street and Louise Avenue) APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. A floor plan is presented at the public hearing. 2. The living ground cover required within the front yard is sod and sprinkler-irrigated. 3. The parking lot is screened with a 4-foot berm adjacent to Witzke Avenue and a vinyl composite fence along the southwest property line. 4. Parking lot and building lighting is provided as required for properties adjacent to residential uses. • ITEM 15. 2006-02-19: Final Development Plan in Subarea F, Taylor Planned Development District to allow construction of a retail paint store. Legal Description: Tract 3A, Taylor Heights Addition, Lincoln County (5305 W. 57th St.) APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. Trash-enclosure design with same materials as main building wall. 2. Signage is limited to no more than maximum allowed in the C-4 District. 3. Screen parking and loading areas from residential uses with a solid wood fence or masonry wall and a minimum height of 4 feet. 4. Building height and materials must be approved by planning director. • ITEM 16. AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF SIOUX FALLS, S.D., AMENDING THE REVISED ORDINANCES OF THE CITY BY REVISING THE DEFINITION OF FAMILY. APPROVED • ITEM 17. 2006-01-16: REZONE from the RA-1, Residential to the Southern Hills Planned Development District to allow an office-retail campus. Legal Description: Block 1, Southern Hills Addition, Except platted lots contained therein, Lincoln County (57th Street and MacArthur Lane) APPROVED • ITEM 18. 2006-02-01: MAJOR AMENDMENT to Subarea A, Crystal Springs PD, Planned Development District to allow a motor vehicle repair shop. Legal Description: Lot 4, Block 1, Crystal Springs Addition, Lincoln County (59th Street and Tennis Lane) DEFERRED BY APPLICANT FOR 30 DAYS • ITEM 19. 2006-02-02: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in C-2, General Commercial District to allow on-sale alcohol establishment accessory use to food service. Legal Description: Lots 1, 2 & 3 and W1/2 Lot 4; E1/2 Lot 4 and all of Lot 5 and Lot 6; 13' of vacated alley; Pettigrew and Grigsby's Subdivision of Lots 1-3 and 16-18, Block 7 of Dakota Improvement Cos. First Addn., Minnehaha County (702, 704 and 716 E. Eighth St.) DEFERRED FOR 30 DAYS • ITEM 20. 2006-02-20: REZONE from the AG, Agricultural District to the I-1, Light Industrial District to allow light industrial development. Legal Description: NE 1/4 NE1/4 and the S 1/2 NE1/4 except Runge's Tract 3A and except the S 323' of the E 1665' thereof, Section 35-102-49, Minnehaha County (Sycamore Avenue and 60th Street North) APPROVED • ITEM 21. 2006-02-12: PRELIMINARY SUBDIVISION PLAN for the Sioux Empire Development Park 8 Addition to allow light industrial development. Legal Description: N1/2 of w1/2 NW1/4, except lots 2 &3 of Lacey's 2nd Addition, except Lot 1, Lacey's Addition, except lots A, B, C, D & E of Lacey's Tract 2, except Runge's Tract 1 in the NW1/4 NE1/4, except Runge's Tract 2 in the NW1/4 NE1/4. except Runge's Tract 3A in the NE1/4, and Except the E 1665.00 of the S 323.00 of said N1/2, all in Section 35-102-49, Minnehaha County together with the N1/2 of the SE1/4 except the E 1665.00 thereof, Section 35-102-49, Minnehaha County (Northwest corner of Benson Road and Sycamore Avenue.) APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATION: 1. City engineer approval required before City Council public hearing. • ITEM 22. 2006-02-13: PRELIMINARY SUBDIVISION PLAN for the Jans-Mick Addition in the I-1, Light Industrial District to allow development. Legal Description: W 1/2 SW1/4, Except Scenic View Heights Addition, contained therein, and Lots 1 -17 inclusive in Block 2 of Scenic View Heights Addition, SW1/4 SW1/4, Section 31-102-49; Tract 1 including Lot 1 of Cattlemen's Addition; Lot 1 of Peter’ Addition; NE1/4 SW1/4; SE 1/4 NW1/4, all in Section 31-102-49, Minnehaha County. (60th Street North and Benson Road east and west of Westport Avenue.) APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATION: 1. City engineer approval required before City Council public hearing. • ITEM 23. 2006-02-18: MAJOR AMENDMENT in Subarea C, Prairie Green Planned Development District to allow a telecommunications tower. Legal Description: Lot 2, Block 20, the Fairways at Prairie Green, Lincoln County (69th Street and Doral Avenue.) APPROVED • ITEM 24. 2006-02-08: MAJOR AMENDMENT in Subarea C, Rolling Heights Planned Development District to allow office and commercial land uses. Legal Description: Block 2 and Block 4, of the Cypres Knol Addition, Lincoln County (69th Street and Grand Prairie Avenue) APPROVED • ITEM 25. ADJOURN MEETING ADJOURNED AT 8:30 P.M. 2006-03-08
City and County Planning CommissionExcerpt of Draft Minutes Feb. 27, 2006 The Sioux Falls and Minnehaha County planning commissions met at 7 p.m. Monday, Feb. 27, 2006, in the Commission Room of the Minnehaha County Administration Building, 415 N. Dakota Ave. • CONSENT AGENDA; APPROVED • ITEM 1. MINUTES of the Jan. 23, 2006, meeting; APPROVED. • ITEM 2. REZONING #06-01 from A-1 Agricultural to I-1 Light Industrial Legal Description – N800’ S850’ E330’ SW1/4 to be platted as Tract 1 McConvilles’ Addition in the E1/2 SW1/4 of Section 27-T102N-R49W Location – One-half mile east of Cliff Avenue on 60th Street North Petitioner/Owner – Terry Gulbrandson APPROVED ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS • ITEM 3. VARIANCE #06-02 to allow a section line setback of 30 feet. Legal Description – Tract 23 Swanson Tracts in Sections 19 & 30-T102N-R49W Location – 6104 N. Swanson Drive, one-quarter mile north of Sioux Falls Petitioner/Owner- Daniel Batt DENIED 2006-03-08
Airport BoardDraft minutes of meeting March 23, 2006 The Sioux Falls Regional Airport Authority Board met at noon March 23, 2006, in the first-floor conference room of the Costello Terminal. For a list of approved bills, go to www.siouxfallsbusinessjournal.com • 1. MINUTES of the Feb. 20, 2006, meeting; approved. • 2. BILLS; APPROVED. • 3. CONSENT AGENDA; APPROVED. A. Travel by executive director to state aeronautics meeting in Deadwood on March 29-31. B. Budget increase of $1,000 to Convention and Visitors Bureau for promotion of air travel. C. Renew employee assistance program with Family Services. D. Advertise for group health insurance. E. Extend Mobile Star contract two years. • 4. MASTER PLAN UPDATE: The second master planning meeting was held on March 22. The meeting focused on inventories, forecasts and facility requirements. The next meeting will be the second week of May and will focus on identifying alternatives. • 5. EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S REPORT: A. America West still has about $98,000 left from the Small Community Air Service Development Grant. That money would be available to them if they decide to restart Phoenix service next winter. B. The executive director attended the Airport Retail Conference in February. He met two firms that would be interested in bidding on the food/beverage concession when it renews in 2009. C. Allegiant Air is considering suspending service to Orlando between August and November due to light loads. It is conducting a survey in the community to determine if there are other vacation destinations people would like to see served during those months. • 6. OLD BUSINESS: A. Applications for a Small Community Air Service Development Grant are due April 8. The Authority hopes to garner grant money to attract Frontier Airlines. The amount the Authority will apply for and the amount of any match are yet to be determined. B. Mark Griffin moved and Neil Schmid seconded approval for Standard Parking to replace their exit lane credit card verifier with money they committed to improve the parking lot. Motion carried. C. In the future the Authority will have to look at an interior terminal refurbishment project. • 7. FINANCIAL AUDIT REPORT: Keith Severson of Eide Bailly presented its audit of the Authority’s 2005 financial statements. There were no findings or questioned costs, and the financial statements were found to be fair and accurate representations of the Authority’s financial status. The audit report has been sent to the South Dakota Department of Legislative Audit for approval. Mark Griffin moved and Tom Lien seconded acceptance of the audit report subject to approval by the South Dakota Department of Legislative Audit. Motion carried. • 8. NEW COMMANDER: Col. Russ Walz has been appointed commander of the 114th TFW, South Dakota Air National Guard. The 114th Tactical Fighter Wing may pick up an Air Sovereignty Alert mission. This would entail placing alert shelters on the Air National Guard ramp and having missile- and cannon-loaded aircraft on the ramp. They would need a 400-foot clearance for this, which would require taxiway C to be closed. If taxiway C is permanently closed, runway 9-27 would have to be turned into a taxiway. The FAA is studying the effects of such a change in the airfield configuration. Coffman Associates, who is doing the Master Plan, would need to know if this is going to happen for its planning. The Authority has always supported the mission of the South Dakota Air National Guard and Walz was assured its mission would continue to be supported. • 9. SALE OF USED CADILLAC: The Authority’s used 1996 Cadillac DeVille was sold by sealed bid. The car was advertised in the Argus Leader classifieds. Two competing bids were received. Mark Griffin moved and Neil Schmid seconded to award the car to Joe Marnach on his high bid of $1,550. Motion carried. • 10. ROADWAY RELOCATION: Todd Mergen of HDR Engineers has redesigned the terminal recirculation road to be 10 feet west of the originally planned location with a redesigned curve. He will resubmit the plans to the Sioux Falls Board of Adjustments. • 11. RECYCLING: Neil Schmid moved and Tom Lien seconded for the executive director to work with the architect’s designer on appropriate recycling containers for inside the terminal. The Authority currently recycles but having dedicated containers for the public would make that task easier. Motion carried. • Meeting adjourned at 1:03 pm. Ck # Vendor Account Description Amount Date Paid 21525 thru $- 02/15/06 21536 Void 21537 Chief of Police November LEO $14,754.30 " 21538 A&B Business Equipment office equipment maint $87.50 " 21539 America West Airlines advertising $5,370.35 " 21540 Chief of Police December LEO $15,246.11 " 21541 Cliff Avenue Auto Parts machinery maintenance $54.40 " 21542 ComPro, Inc building maintenance $90.00 " 21543 Control Technology building maintenance $267.00 " 21544 Kone, Inc building maintenance $235.51 " 21545 McFarland Supply Co plumbing maintenance $74.96 " 21546 Midwest Alarm Company Inc building maintenance $90.00 " 21547 Mike's Electric electrical repair $297.78 " 21548 Oshkosh Truck Corp rescue & fire fighting $93.23 " 21549 Qwest telephone $541.38 " 21550 Void $- " 21551 SD Retirement System payroll deduction - $149.68 $- 21552 SD Supplemental Retirement Plan payroll deduction - $145.00 $- " 21553 Sioux Empire Fed Credit Union payroll deduciton - $175.00 $- " 21554 Verizon Wireless telephone $40.93 " 21555 Waste Management sanitation $237.71 " 21556 City of Sioux Falls storm sewer fees - 2005 $31,692.59 " 21557 void $- " 21558 void $- " 21559 A&B Business Equipment office equipment maint $155.83 03/02/06 21560 AAA Travel Agency travel - Marnach Vegas $580.10 " 21561 Acuity insurance $1,143.20 " 21562 All Phase Electric field maintenance $562.25 " 21563 Argus Leader January Board Minutes $226.64 " 21564 Ascent Technologies Group airplane deicing fluid $25,052.44 " 21565 AT&T telephone $72.67 " 21566 Border States Electric building maintenance $403.44 " 21567 Chemco, Inc janitorial supplies $770.76 " 21568 Coffman Associates aip #3-46-0050-35 #2 $8,235.00 " 21569 Crescent Electrict electrical supplies $1,001.69 " 21570 Docudesk offfice supplies $29.95 " 21571 Fred the Fixer building maintenance $18.92 " 21572 G&R Controls climate control $391.63 " 21573 Girton Adams Company climate control $661.23 " 21574 Globe Airport Security December security $9,636.51 " 21575 Grainger small tools $360.64 " 21576 Guardian dental insurance $418.42 " 21577 Heartland Glass Co building maintenance $56.12 " 21578 Heartland Paper Co janitorial supplies $761.59 " 21579 Holmes Murphy insurance $28,887.00 " 21580 HSBC Business Sol - Menards field maintenance $1,543.80 " 21581 Insurance Benefits Inc insurance $57,624.00 " 21582 Interstate Office Products office supplies $43.35 " 21583 Janitor's Closet janitorial supplies $222.36 " 21584 King's Auto Trim building maintenance $778.00 " 21585 Mac's Inc machinery maintenance $69.27 " 21586 Malloy Electric Bearing machinery maintenance $148.20 " 21587 Marnach, Mike travel $699.32 " 21588 M-B Companies field maintenance $1,010.41 " 21589 Neopost Rate Change Department printer cartridge $78.00 " 21590 Newark in One field maintenance $35.61 " 21591 Northern States Supply machinery maintenance $42.05 " 21592 Petty Cash/Michael Marnach misc expenses $147.11 " 21593 Photo Cine Supply office supplies $386.80 " 21594 Qwest telephone $243.18 " 21595 R.J. Hill Painting building maintenance $320.00 " 21596 SD Retirement System payroll deduction - $2636.87 $2,614.61 " 21597 SD Supplemental Retirement Plan payroll deduction - $145.00 $- " 21598 Short Elliot Hendrickson aip# 3-46-0050-35 #2 $2,960.90 " 21599 Sioux Falls Utilities water/sewer;other building $1,323.23 " 21600 Sioux Empire Fed Credit Union payroll deduction - $175.00 $- " 21601 Sioux Valley Health Plan payroll deduction - $1000.66 $5,790.34 " 21602 Standard Insurance insurance $546.00 " 21603 Tri-State Garage Door building maintenance $76.00 " 21604 Van's Auto Electric machinery maintenance $40.00 " 21605 Walling Water Management chemical supplies $105.20 " 21606 SD Airshow 2006 sponsorship $10,000.00 " 21607 thru $- 03/16/06 21613 Void $- " 21614 Allegiant Air advertising - Orlando $24,332.30 " 21615 America West Airlines airline startup $1,201.00 " 21616 Batteries Plus machinery maintenance $43.08 " 21617 Campbell Supply building maintenance $64.97 " 21618 Chemco, Inc janitorial supplies $796.28 " 21619 Chief of Police January LEO's $15,246.11 " 21620 City of Sioux Falls telephone/rubble removal $104.35 " 21621 Cliff Avenue Auto Parts machinery maintenance $47.46 " 21622 Cliff Avenue Upholstery building maintenance $20,000.00 " 21623 Crescent Electrict electrical supplies $485.36 " 21624 Davis Equipment Corp machinery maintenance $81.39 " 21625 Dex Media telephone $20.60 " 21626 Exide Corp machinery maintenance $128.20 " 21627 EZ-Liner machinery maintenance $592.46 " 21628 FedEx postage $32.11 " 21629 Grainger machinery maintenance $37.93 " 21630 Interstate Office Products office supplies $143.61 " 21631 J.D. Evans Inc machinery maintenance $395.39 " 21632 Johnstone Supply climate control $380.39 " 21633 Kone, Inc building maintenance $105.78 " 21634 Mac's Inc machinery maintenance $60.80 " 21635 Malloy Electric Bearing machinery maintenance $17.74 " 21636 MidAmercian Energy Company natural gas/other blding utilities $19,498.03 " 21637 Otis Elevator Company building maintenance - Jan $3,433.12 " 21638 Overhead Door building maintenance $19.95 " 21639 Pride Neon, Inc building maintenance $91.96 " 21640 Qwest telephone $918.83 " 21641 SD Supplemental Retirement Plan payroll deducion - $145.00 $- " 21642 Sioux Falls Business Journal memberships $41.31 " 21643 Sioux Falls Rubber Stamp office supplies $82.81 " 21644 Sioux Falls Utilities electricity;other blding utilities $14,088.38 " 21645 Sioux Empire Fed Credit Union payroll deduction- $175.00 $- " 21646 Sioux Valley Wireless advertising $64.95 " 21647 Tiger Corp machinery maintenance $104.04 " 21648 Tri-State Garage Door building maintenance $1,889.50 " 21649 Verizon Wireless telephone $36.16 " 21650 Waste Management sanitation $191.79 " 21651 Workplace Sound/Technologies building maintenance $75.00 " TOTAL $340,300.66 Payroll pay period ending 02/12/06 $24,421.13 02/17/06 pay period ending 02/26/26 $23,900.91 03/03/06 pay period ending 03/12/06 $25,050.31 03/17/06 $48,322.04 1611 Standard Parking January management fee $34,073.97 3/16/06 2006-03-22
City & County Planning CoommissionEXCERPT OF DRAFT MINUTES March 27, 2006 The Sioux Falls and Minnehaha County planning commissions met at 7 p.m. March 27, 2006, in the Commission Room of the Minnehaha County Administration Building, 415 N. Dakota Ave. • ITEM 1. MINUTES of the Feb. 27, 2006, meeting; APPROVED. REGULAR AGENDA; APPROVED • ITEM 2. CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT #06-17 for a contractor’s shop and storage yard. Legal description – N800’ S850’ E330’ SW1/4, a portion of a parcel to be platted as Tract 1 McConvilles’ Addition in the E1/2 SW1/4 of Section 27-T102N-R49W Location – One-half mile east of Cliff Avenue on 60th Street North. Petitioner/owner – T & R Contracting Inc. Present zoning – I-1 Light Industrial Existing land use – Agricultural Parcel size – Six-plus acres APPROVED with the following stipulations: 1) An application for annexation shall be provided to the city of Sioux Falls before any grading work, construction and commencement of the business. 2) The property shall adhere to all design standards for the city of Sioux Falls (including initial grading). 3) The access point to the site will be designed to accommodate future access from an interior street as direct access is not allowed under city engineering design standards. 2006-04-05
City Planning CommissionDraft Minutes of Meeting April 5, 2006 The City Planning Commission met at 7 p.m. Wednesday, April 5, 2006, at Carnegie Town Hall, 235 W. 10th St. (Bold italics indicates items to go to Council.) ITEMS RECEIVED AND FILED • None. APPROVAL OF CONSENT AGENDA ITEMS 1-5 and 7-15 ARE APPROVED AS CONSENT ITEMS. ITEM 6 IS MOVED TO THE REGULAR AGENDA AT THE REQUEST OF THE PLANNING COMMISSION. CONSENT AGENDA • ITEM 1. APPROVAL OF MARCH 1, 2006, MINUTES OF REGULAR MEETING; APPROVED • ITEM 2. PLATS. APPROVED • ITEM 3. 2006-01-01: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT to allow expansion of a licensed manufactured home park in the MH, Residential District. Legal Description: The E 87’ of Tract 95 and 96, Norton Tracts Subdivision in S1/2 Section 3-101-49, Minnehaha County (29th Street North and Jessica Avenue) APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATION: 1. The licensed manufactured home park is included in the crime-free housing program. • ITEM 4. 2006-02-22: REZONE RC, Recreation/Conservation District to the RD, Residential District for development of affordable housing. Legal Description: Block 59, Meredith’s 2nd Addition, Minnehaha County (Haley Avenue and Brookings Street) APPROVED • ITEM 5. 2006-03-02: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the RS-2, Residential District to allow a child-care center. Legal Description: Tract 1 in Block 1 of Grand View Park Addition, Minnehaha County (700 S. Sneve Ave.) APPROVED • ITEM 6. 2006-03-06: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT to all expansion of existing building and motor vehicle repair in the I-1, Light Industrial District. Legal Description: Tract B of Lot 2, Block 4, Sioux Empire Development Park Two Addition, Minnehaha County (4607 N. Fourth Ave.) MOVED TO REGULAR AGENDA • ITEM 7. 2006-03-07: FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN in Subarea F Meadows on the River Planned Development District to allow construction of a retail building including a MINOR AMENDMENT to reduce the front yard from 20 feet to 15 feet and reduce required parking from 196 spaces to 192 spaces. Legal Description: Lot 2 of Charter Retail Addition and the N1/2 of vacated 37th Street, Minnehaha County (37th Street (vacated) and Louise Avenue) APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. The Louise Avenue sidewalks are aligned on both sides of the driving access point. 2. Pedestrian connectivity is provided via pavement markings and drop curbs, from the Louise Avenue sidewalk to the storefront. • ITEM 8. 2006-03-09: FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN in Subarea C, Prairie Meadows PD, to allow construction of an office building. Legal Description: Lot 2, Block 15, Prairie Meadow Second Addition, Lincoln County (6701 S. Minnesota Ave.) APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATION: 1. A pedestrian walkway will be reflected on building permit site plans, extending from the site to the public sidewalk on Minnesota Avenue. Construction of this walkway will be coordinated with reconstruction of Minnesota Avenue. • ITEM 9. 2006-03-10: REZONE from the O, Office District to the RD, Residential District to allow development of six twin-home lots. Legal Description: Lot 1, Block 4 Prairie West Addition, Minnehaha County (Stoney Creek Street and Sertoma Avenue) APPROVED • ITEM 10. 2006-03-16: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the C-2, General Commercial District to allow retail development on a site greater than an acre. Legal Description: Lot 27, Tract 1, Parkland Addition, Minnehaha County (Kiwanis Avenue between Third and Fourth streets) APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATION: 1. Screen fence is provided in the northwest corner, out of the drainage easement. 2. Building lighting shall be fully shielded light: no light rays are emitted by the installed fixture at angles above the horizontal plane. 3. Trash enclosure is constructed with a large enough area to provide screening of a trash and recycle dumpster. • ITEM 11. 2006-03-21: REZONE from the AG, Agricultural District to the Sycamore Crossings Planned Development District to allow mixed-use development. Legal Description: S1/2 SW1/4 Section 36-101-49, Minnehaha County (northeast corner of 57th Street and Sycamore Avenue) APPROVED • ITEM 12. 2006-03-27: PRELIMINARY SUBDIVISION PLAN for the Sycamore Crossings Addition to allow planned development of residential, office and commercial uses. Legal Description: S1/2 S1/4 Section 36-101-49, Minnehaha County (northeast corner of Sycamore Avenue and 57th Street) APPROVED AS SIGNED BY THE CITY ENGINEER • ITEM 13. 2006-02-02: DEFERRED CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in C-2, General Commercial District to allow on-sale alcohol establishment accessory use to food service. Legal Description: Lots 1, 2 & 3 and W1/2 Lot 4; E1/2 Lot 4 and all of Lot 5 and Lot 6; 13’ of vacated alley; Pettigrew and Grigsby’s Subdivision of Lots 1-3 and 16-18, Block 7 of Dakota Improvement Cos. First Addn, Minnehaha County. (702, 704 and 716 E. Eighth St.) APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATION: 1. No outdoor seating or service. • ITEM 14. AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF SIOUX FALLS, S.D., AMENDING THE REVISED ORDINANCES OF THE CITY TO CORRECT CODIFICATION ERRORS AND UPDATE ACCORDING TO THE INTERNATIONAL BUILDING CODE. APPROVED • ITEM 15. AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF SIOUX FALLS, S.D., AMENDING THE REVISED ORDINANCES OF THE CITY BY REVISING FEES FOR CERTAIN CHANGE OF ZONE AND PLANNED DEVELOPMENT DISTRICTS. APPROVED REGULAR AGENDA • ITEM 6. 2006-03-06: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT to all expansion of existing building and motor vehicle repair in the I-1, Light Industrial District. Legal Description: Tract B of Lot 2, Block 4, Sioux Empire Development Park Two Addition, Minnehaha County (4607 N. Fourth Ave.) APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. Trash enclosure to be designed with finish materials used in the main building. 2. Outdoor storage of inoperable or unlicensed vehicles or parts is not allowed. • ITEM 16. R 2005-03-16: REVOCATION OF CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the C-2, General Commercial District to allow motor vehicle display and sales. Legal Description: Lot 1C and 1 E, Block One, Brown Addition, Minnehaha County (3405 S. Kiwanis Ave.) APPROVED • ITEM 17. 2006-02-05: REZONE from the RC, Recreation/Conservation District to the Overlook Cafe Planned Development District to allow the consumption of beer and wine. Legal Description: A portion of Lot 4 Sioux Falls Light and Power Cos. Subdivision and lot 1, Tract 6, West of Industrial Tracts per Exhibit A, NW1/4 Section 16-101-49, Minnehaha County (701 N. Weber Ave.) DEFERRED FOR ONE MONTH • ITEM 18. 2006-02-15: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the RD, Residential District to allow accessory parking. Legal Description: Lot 18B, Block 1, Gamberg’s Addition, Minnehaha County (701 N. Cliff Ave.) DEFERRED FOR ONE MONTH • ITEM 19. 2006-03-03: PRELIMINARY SUBDIVISION PLAN for the Arrowhead Parkway Addition in the RA-1, Residential, C-2, General Commercial and the O, Office District to establish access points for development. Legal Description: Capital Hill Addition, Minnehaha County (Foss Avenue and Garfield Street) APPROVED AS SIGNED BY THE CITY ENGINEER • ITEM 20. 2006-03-22: PRELIMINARY SUBDIVISION PLAN for the Timberline Estates Addition (third phase) in the RS-2 and RD, Residential Districts to allow single-family residential development. Legal Description: SE1/4 SW1/4 Sec 11-101-49, Minnehaha County (northwest corner of Bahnson Avenue and Madison Street) APPROVED AS SIGNED BY THE CITY ENGINEER • ITEM 21. 2006-03-08: REZONE from the AG, Agricultural District to the RS-2, Residential and the RD, Residential District to allow residential development. Legal Description: A Portion of SE 1/4 SW 1/4 Section 11-101-49 per Exhibit A, Minnehaha County (northwest corner of Bahnson Avenue and Madison Street) APPROVED • ITEM 22. 2006-03-12: REZONE from the RA-1, Residential and the RS-2, Residential to the O, Office District to allow an office building attached to a church. Legal Description: Lots 11, 12, 13, 14 & 15 of Block 7, Warren's Addition, Minnehaha County (2412 S. Cliff Ave.) APPROVED • ITEM 23. 2006-03-13: REZONE from the RS-1 and the RD, Residential District to the Emerald Commons PD, Planned Development District to allow single-family and commercial development. Legal Description: Tract 1 of Emerald Acres Addition, Lincoln County (northwest corner of 69th Street and Minnesota Avenue) APPROVED • ITEM 24. 2006-03-14: DESIGN REVIEW in the Downtown Design Review District for office development. Legal Description: Tracts 1, 2 & 3, Scherschligt Addition, Minnehaha County (east side of Big Sioux River from Sixth to Eighth streets) APPROVED • ITEM 25. 2006-03-17: FUTURE LAND USE PLAN AMENDMENT to allow changes from single-family residential to a mixed-use development. Legal Description: Lot 1 & the W 66 and the E 66 feet of lot 2, all of lot 3, all of lot 4, in Block 1 and all vacated street and abutting Block 1 (W. 1/2 of vacated Capitol Avenue), Lots 1, 2, 3 and 4 in Block 2 including the W1/2 of vacated Hampton Avenue and the E1/2 of vacated Capitol Avenue lying adjacent thereto; Lot 1 in Block 3 and the E1/2 of vacated Capitol Avenue adjacent thereto; Lot 2 Block 3 with the W1/2 of vacated Hampton Avenue adjacent thereto; Lot 1 & 2 in Block 4 together with the W 1/2 of vacated Capitol Avenue adjacent there to, all in Sorenson’s Subdivision of the NW1/4 NW1/4 SW1/4, Section 13-101-49, Minnehaha County (southeast corner of Sixth Street and Sycamore Avenue) APPROVED • ITEM 26. 2006-03-25: REZONE RD and RS-2 Residential Districts to the Washington Crossing PD, Planned Development District for retail, office and apartment development. Legal Description: Lots 1, 3 & 4 and W. 66’ Lot 2 and E. 66’ Lot 2, Block 1; Lots 1 & 2-4, Block 2; Lots 1 & 2, Block 3; Lots 1 & 2, Block 4; and all vacated street R.O.W. lying adjacent thereto; Sorenson’s Subdivision, Minnehaha County (southeast corner of Sixth Street and Sycamore Avenue) DEFERRED • ITEM 27. 2006-03-29: MINOR AMENDMENT to Subarea A, Lundstrom’s Second Subdivision PD, Planned Development District to reduce the rear yard setback for a parking garage from 5 feet to 2 feet, and reduce the side yard parking setback from 2 feet to zero. Legal Description: Lots 1, 2 and 3, Berger’s Addition, Lincoln County (Miles Place and Ralph Rogers Road) APPROVED • ITEM 28. 2006-03-18: FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN in Subarea A, Lundstrom’s Planned Development District to allow construction of three four-plexes and one eight-plex. Legal Description: Lots 1, 2 and 3, Berger’s Addition, Lincoln County (Miles Place and Ralph Rogers Road) APPROVED • ITEM 29. 2006-03-26: FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN in Subarea C, Boulder Ridge Estates PD, Planned Development District to construct an office building. Legal Description: Lot 4, Block 12, Boulder Ridge Estates Addition, Lincoln County (southwest corner of Western Avenue and Bitterroot Street) APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. A minor amendment to the Boulder Ridge Estates preliminary subdivision plan is approved before platting. 2. Bitterroot Street must be under construction before building permit issuance. The construction of Bitterroot Street must be complete before building occupancy. 3. Landscaped areas are to be sprinkler irrigated. 4. Parking lot screening is provided for the internal parking lots and is consistent in design throughout the Subarea. 5. Outdoor lighting shall consist of fully-shielded lights, so that no light rays are emitted by the installed fixture at angles above the horizontal plane, and submitted with building plans. 6. Free-standing signage is prohibited along Lone Rock Lane. • ITEM 30. ADJOURN; MEETING ADJOURNED AT 9:30 P.M. 2006-04-12
Aprport boardDraft minutes of meeting April 20, 2006 The Sioux Falls Regional Airport Authority Board met at noon, April 20, 2006, in the first-floor conference room of the Costello Terminal. For a list of approved bills, go to www.siouxfallsbusinessjournal.com • 1. MINUTES of the March 23, 2006, meeting; APPROVED. • 2. BILLS; approved. • 3. CONSENT AGENDA; APPROVED. A. Advertise for bids for various construction projects. B. Advertise for rotary snow blower. C. Budget increase of $2,000 for Business Aviation general aviation terminal/hangar grand opening. D. Extend lease with FAA for office in old weather bureau for three years. E. Sign military construction cooperative agreement with South Dakota Air National Guard. • 4. EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S REPORT: A. The Authority received $162,057.70 in Airport Improvement Program funds in 2005 for work on taxiway C. If the taxiway is now going to be closed as per the South Dakota Air National Guard request, the FAA would seek a return of that grant money. Maj. Al Punt will pursue reimbursement from South Dakota Air National Guard through the Guard Bureau. B. The City Planning Commission approved the design of the terminal recirculation road. C. Boardings were up 9 percent in March compared to only 1 percent in Omaha. D. The executive director and Neil Schmid met with Sen. John Thune about TSA funding for a CT-80 explosive detection system. The CT-80, at half the size of other EDS’s, would be ideal for an airport the size of Sioux Falls. An EDS would save on screeners having to open bags for searches, cut down on back injuries among screeners and present a better image to travelers. Screeners in Sioux Falls search 12,000+ bags monthly. E. Waive landing fees and rent to Frontier Airlines for one year if they decide to initiate service to Sioux Falls. • 5. SOUTH DAKOTA AIR NATIONAL GUARD LEASE The South Dakota Air National Guard hopes to construct more buildings on its munitions site. In order to do that, it needs to have the land under lease for at least 25 years from the date of construction completion. They plan to construct sometime between 2008 and 2010. Lease extended on the munitions storage site until 2036. • 6. HEALTH INSURANCE The Authority is still waiting on final quotes from several health insurance providers. Quotes will be accepted until May 16. • 7. SECURITY CAMERA CHANGE ORDER Change order 1 with Muth Electric in the amount of $24,970 for additional cameras, lighting and equipment for the International Arrivals Facility. • 8. LANDSCAPING Budget increase of $25,000 for additional landscaping around the parking lot. • 9. MOBILESTAR BANNERS Mobilestar allowed to hang six banners in the terminal advertising its service through a contract with Rohn Associates. • 10. BUSINESS AVIATION FENCE AND GATE Budget increase not to exceed $17,000 for fencing and a gate at Business Aviation’s new general aviation terminal. 2006-04-12
City & County Planning CommissionsExcerpts of draft Minutes of meeting April 24, 2006 The Sioux Falls and Minnehaha County planning commissions met at 7 p.m. Monday, April 24, 2006, in the Commission Room of the Minnehaha County Administration Building, 415 N. Dakota Ave. ITEM 1. MINUTES of the March 27, 2006, meeting; APPROVED. REGULAR AGENDA; APPROVED. ITEM 2. JOINT ZONING TEXT AMENDMENT #06-03 – to change the definition of structure in Article 24 Definitions. Petitioner – Planning Department The proposed changed would read: 685. STRUCTURE. A combination of material(s) constructed, erected or placed on, above or below the surface of land or water for use, occupancy or ornamentation. For the purpose of these regulations, retaining walls, concrete slabs and utility poles are not considered structures. APPROVED ITEM 3. JOINT ZONING TEXT AMENDMENT #06-04 – to add A right-to-farm-notice covenant requirement to single-family dwellings in the A-1 Agricultural and RC Recreation/Conservation zoning districts. Petitioner – Planning Commission Proposed amendments to ARTICLE 3.02 A-1 AGRICULTURE DISTRICT AND ARTICLE 13.02 RC RECREATION/CONSERVATION DISTRICT. 3.02 PERMISSIVE USES. A building or premises shall be permitted to be used for the following purposes in the A-1 Agricultural District: (A). Agriculture. (B). A single-family dwelling if the following provisions for building eligibility are met: (amended by MC 30-05-04) 1). Each quarter-quarter section shall have one building eligibility when all the following conditions are met: a). There are no other dwellings on the quarter-quarter section. b). The building site shall be a minimum of one acre. c). Approval has been granted by the appropriate governing entity for access onto a public road. d). The remaining portion of the quarter-quarter section is retained as agricultural land or in its present use. e). Prior to any building permit being issued for any new single-family residence located in the A-1 Agriculture District, a Right to Farm Covenant shall be filed on the parcel of land upon which the new structure will be located. Only the following shall constitute a Right to Farm Covenant: “RIGHT TO FARM NOTICE COVENANT You are hereby notified that the property on which you are constructing a structure is in or near agricultural land, agricultural operations or agricultural processing facilities or operations. You may be subject to inconvenience or discomfort from lawful agricultural or agricultural processing facility operations. Agricultural operations may include, but are not limited to, the following: the cultivation, harvesting and storage of crops; livestock production; ground rig or aerial application of pesticides or herbicides; the application of fertilizer, including animal waste; the operation of machinery; the application of irrigation water; and other accepted and customary agricultural activities conducted in accordance with federal, state, and county laws. Discomforts and inconveniences may include, but are not limited to: noise, odors, fumes, dust, smoke, burning, vibrations, insects, rodents, and/or the operation of machinery (including aircraft) during any 24-hour period. If you live near an agricultural area, you should be prepared to accept such inconveniences or discomforts as a normal and necessary aspect of living in an area with a strong rural character and an active agricultural sector. You are also notified that there is the potential for agricultural or agricultural processing operations to expand. This notification shall extend to all landowners, their heirs, successors or assigns and because it is required pursuant to the issuance of a building permit, may not be removed from the record title without consent of the Minnehaha County and Sioux Falls Planning Commissions.” (C). Elementary or high school. (D). Historical sites. (E) Church. (F). Neighborhood utilities. (G). Antenna support structure. 13.02 PERMISSIVE USES. A building or premises shall be permitted to be used for the following purposes in the RC Recreation/Conservation District: (A). Agriculture. (B). Public park; forest preserve. (C). Public golf course. (D). Historic sites. (amended by MC30-05-04) (E). A single-family dwelling if the following provisions for building eligibility are met: (1). Each quarter-quarter section shall have one building eligibility when all the following conditions are met: a). There are no other dwellings on the quarter-quarter section. b). The building site is not in the 100-year flood plain as identified on the Flood Insurance Rate Map. c). The building site shall be a minimum of one acre. d). Approval has been granted by the appropriate governing entity for access onto a public road. e). The remaining portion of the quarter-quarter section is retained as agricultural land or in its present use. f). Prior to any building permit being issued for any new single family residence located in the RC Recreation/Conservation District, a Right to Farm Covenant shall be filed on the parcel of land upon which the new structure will be located. Only the following shall constitute a Right to Farm Covenant: “RIGHT TO FARM NOTICE COVENANT You are hereby notified that the property on which you are constructing a structure is in or near agricultural land, agricultural operations or agricultural processing facilities or operations. You may be subject to inconvenience or discomfort from lawful agricultural or agricultural processing facility operations. Agricultural operations may include, but are not limited to, the following: the cultivation, harvesting, and storage of crops; livestock production; ground rig or aerial application of pesticides or herbicides; the application of fertilizer, including animal waste; the operation of machinery; the application of irrigation water; and other accepted and customary agricultural activities conducted in accordance with federal, state, and county laws. Discomforts and inconveniences may include, but are not limited to: noise, odors, fumes, dust, smoke, burning, vibrations, insects, rodents, and/or the operation of machinery (including aircraft) during any 24-hour period. If you live near an agricultural area, you should be prepared to accept such inconveniences or discomforts as a normal and necessary aspect of living in an area with a strong rural character and an active agricultural sector. You are also notified that there is the potential for agricultural or agricultural processing operations to expand. This notification shall extend to all landowners, their heirs, successors or assigns and because it is required pursuant to the issuance of a building permit, may not be removed from the record title without consent of the Minnehaha County and Sioux Falls Planning Commissions.” APPROVED ITEM 4. JOINT ZONING TEXT AMENDMENT #06-05 – to add notification requirements to Section 19 Conditional Use Permits. Petitioner – Planning Commission 2006-05-10
City Planning CommissionDraft mMnutes of Meeting May 3, 2006 (Bold italics indicates items to go to Council.) The City Planning Commission met at 7 p.m. Wednesday, May 3, 2006, at Carnegie Town Hall, 235 W. 10th St. ITEMS RECEIVED AND FILED • Recognition of Dan Costello, planning commissioner from May 1996 to May 2006 APPROVAL OF CONSENT AGENDA ITEMS 1-15 ARE APPROVED AS CONSENT ITEMS. ITEM 16 IS DEFFERED. APPROVAL OF REGULAR AGENDA PETITION 2006-03-28 IS ADDED TO THE REGULAR AGENDA AS ITEM 35 AND MOVED TO THE FIRST ITEM ON THE REGULAR AGENDA. CONSENT AGENDA • ITEM 1. APPROVAL OF APRIL 5, 2006, MINUTES OF REGULAR MEETING. APPROVED • ITEM 2. PLATS. APPROVED • ITEM 3. 2006-02-05: REZONE from the RC- Recreation/Conservation District to the Overlook Cafe Planned Development District to allow the consumption of beer and wine. Legal Description: A portion of Lot 4 Sioux Falls Light and Power Co’s Subdivision and lot 1, Tract 6, West of Industrial Tracts per Exhibit A, NW1/4 Section 16-101-49, Minnehaha County. (701 N. Weber Ave.) APPROVED • ITEM 4. 2006-04-01: MAJOR AMENDMENT to Subarea C, Garden Village PD, Planned Development District to allow O, Office District uses. Legal Description: Lot 2, Blk. 2; Lots 3, 4 & 5, Blk. 5, per Exhibit A; Garden Village Addition, Lincoln County (77th Street and Minnesota Avenue.) APPROVED • ITEM 5. 2006-04-03: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the C-2, General Commercial District to allow part-time summer child care for ages 9-13. Legal Description: Lot B of replat of Tracts 16-20 and SW1/2 of Pascal Street adjacent thereto, and NE1/2 of said vacated Pascal Street adjacent to Tract 2, except S. 177.49 feet of said Lot B and Tract 15, and NE1/2 vacated Pascal Street adjacent thereto; Peck’s Addition, Minnehaha County (1605 W. Burnside Ave.) APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATION: 1. Three parking stalls are signed for drop-off and pick-up areas for the hours of 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. • ITEM 6. 2006-04-05: FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN in Subarea B, Lundstrom’s Second Subdivision PD, Planned Development District to construct a fast-food restaurant. Legal Description: Tract 1, Mohrs Addition, Lincoln County (3300 W. 69th St.) APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATION: 1. Provide wheelchair-accessible pedestrian connection from 69th Street right of way to storefront sidewalk. • ITEM 7. 2006-04-06: MAJOR AMENDMENT to Subarea C, Good Samaritan National Center PD, Planned Development District, to allow a 60-unit senior housing facility and parking. Legal Description: A Tract in SW1/4 SE1/4 Section 36-101-50, as shown in Exhibit A, Minnehaha County (Solberg Avenue and 57th Street.) APPROVED • ITEM 8. 2006-04-07: REZONE Subarea A, Meadow Ridge Planned Development District to the RS-2, Residential District to allow single-family residential developments. Legal Description: Tract A, Block 5, Meadow Ridge Addition, Minnehaha County (400' West of Valley View Road on Fifth Street.) APPROVED • ITEM 9. 2006-04-08b: FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN in Subarea B, 69th and Louise Ave Planned Development District to allow construction of a medical clinic. Legal Description: Lot 4, Block 3, Sonler Addition, Lincoln County (69th Street and Mogen Avenue.) APPROVED • ITEM 10. 2006-04-09: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the C-2, General Commercial District to allow motor vehicle display and sales. Legal Description: Lots 2 and 3, Block 2 Jacobson Park Addition, Minnehaha County (1809 W. 12th St.) APPROVED • ITEM 11. 2006-04-10a: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the C-4, Planned Commercial District to allow a day-care center. Legal Description: Tract 1, Block 1, Raven Oaks Addition, Minnehaha County (49th Street and Southeastern Avenue.) APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. Handicapped parking stalls are provided as required for the site. 2. Fire Prevention Bureau approves fire-protection system. 3. At least two parking spaces nearest the entry are designated for pick up and drop off. • ITEM 12. 2006-04-11: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT IN THE C-3, Central Business District to allow an on-sale alcohol establishment as an accessory use to a theater and actor’s studio. Legal Description: Tract 1 CAS and N1/2 lots 10 & 11 & 13 and all lot 14 & W50.25 S 29 Lot 15, Block 13, JL Phillips Addition; Lots 7R4 Block 2 Downtown renewal subdivision, Minnehaha County (315 N. Phillips Ave.) APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATION: 1. A security management plan is approved by the crime prevention officer. • ITEM 13. 2006-04-19: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the I-1, Light Industrial District to allow motor vehicle display and sales. Legal Description: Lot 15, Tract 1, of Parkland Addition, Minnehaha County (2220 W. Fifth St.) APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATION: 1. Structurally sound abutments are provided along the eastern edge of the paving as required in section 15.55 of the zoning ordinance. ITEM 14. 2006-04-21: Conditional Use Permit in the C-3, Central Business District to allow onsale alcohol. Legal Description: W 70' N1/2 Lot 1, Block 20, JL Phillips Addition, Minnehaha County (200 S. Phillips Ave.) APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. A sidewalk vendor permit is issued by the city of Sioux Falls. 2. A security management plan is approved by the crime prevention officer. 3. The application is valid for this applicant only. • ITEM 15. 2006-04-24: REZONE from the AG, Agricultural District to the RS-1, Residential, RS-2, Residential, RD, Residential and the RC, Recreation/Conservation District to allow residential development. Legal Description: Tract A, per Exhibit A, Prairie View Addition, Lincoln County (77th Street and Louise Avenue.) APPROVED • ITEM 16. AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF SIOUX FALLS AMENDING THE CODE OF ORDINANCES BY AMENDING STANDARDS FOR CONDITIONAL USE SITE PLANS. DEFERRED REGULAR AGENDA • ITEM 35. 2006-03-28: MINOR AMENDMENT in Subarea D, Meadows on the River Planned Development District to allow an on-sale alcohol establishment as an accessory use to a restaurant. Legal Description: Lot 9B, River Market Addition, Minnehaha County (2530 S. Louise Ave.) APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. The on-sale alcohol use is an accessory use to a restaurant and valid for this applicant only. Any expansion of the floor area of the on-sale establishment will require review and approval of the Planning Commission. 2. The crime prevention officer is to approve a security management plan prior to business operation. • ITEM 17. 2006-02-15: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the RD, Residential District to allow accessory parking. Legal Description: Lot 18B, Block 1, Gamberg’s Addition, Minnehaha County (701 N. Cliff Ave.) APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. Two of the four parking spaces in the residential district are to be reserved for residential uses. 2. A minimum of two shade trees are to be planted in the front yard on East Third Street in the commercial district. 3. Photometric plan approved. 4. Parking signed for customers only and provide for secured access after 7 p.m. • ITEM 18. 2006-03-04: REZONE from the RA-1, Residential District to the O, Office District and the RS-2, Residential District to allow development of office and residential. Legal Description: Tract 3, Heather Ridge Addition, per Exhibit A, Lincoln County (LaQuinta Street and Western Avenue.) APPROVED • ITEM 19. 2006-03-11: REZONE from the RS-2, Residential District to the Sioux Valley Campus Planned Development District to allow health-care related facilities to include parking lots. Legal Description: Legal Description: E44' N132' E1/2; W44' E88' N132' E1/2; W44' N132' E1/2; E44' NW1/4; E44' W88' NW1/4; W1/3 NW1/4; S82' N214' E1/2; S41' N255' E1/2; Tract 13 Co. Aud. Subd. & S8'; Tract 16 Co. Aud. Subd. & SW1/4; Tract 15 Co. Aud. Sub. & N 22' all in Block 4 Hayward’s Addition S1/3 SE1/4; Tract 14 Co. Aud. Subd. & N22'; N55' S110' NE1/4; S55' NE1/4; N1/3 SE1/4; N1/2; S2/3 SE1/4; S53' N75' NW1/4; S56.5' NW1/4; N42' SW1/4; S45' N87' SW1/4; S45' N87' SW1/4 all in Block 5 of Hayward’s Addition E60' S117' (Ex. S17'); W51' E111' S117' (Ex. S17'); E51' W153' S117' (Ex. S17'); E51' W102' S117' (Ex. S17'); W51' S117' (Ex. S17'); S1/2 vac. 21st St. & N27' E1/2; S65' N92' E1/2; S54' N146' E1/2; S1/2 vac. 21st & N11' W1/2; N45' S252' W1/2; N45' S207' W1/2; N45' S162' W1/2 all in Block 13 Hayward’s Addition Lot 12 Leaders Subd.; Lot 9 Leaders Subd.; Lot 8 Leaders Subd.; Lot 3 Leaders Subd.; Lots 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 11, 10, and 7 in Block 12 of Hayward’s Addition all in Minnehaha County. (18th to 22nd streets; Lake to West avenues.) APPROVED • ITEM 20. 2006-03-15: MAJOR AMENDMENT in Subarea B, Interstate Crossings Planned Development District to allow limited retail uses on the first floor of the two-story building. Legal Description: Lot 5 of Interstate Crossings Business Park Addition, Lincoln County (57th Street and Broadband Lane.) WITHDRAWN • ITEM 21. 2006-03-19: FUTURE LAND USE PLAN AMENDMENT to allow commercial land uses. Legal Description: S1/2 SW1/4 SW1/4 Section 12-100-50, per Exhibit A, Lincoln County (northeast corner of 69th Street and Cliff Avenue.) DEFERRED • ITEM 22. 2006-03-24: FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN in Subarea D, Prairie Green Planned Development District to allow construction of a medical office. Legal Description: Lot 6A in Block 13, Prairie Green Addition, Lincoln County (609 E. Tan Tara Circle.) DEFERRED • ITEM 23. 2006-03-25: REZONE RD and RS-2 Residential Districts to the Washington Crossing PD, Planned Development District for retail, office and apartment development. Legal Description: Lots 1, 3 & 4 and W. 66' Lot 2 and E. 66' Lot 2, Block 1; Lots 1 & 2-4, Block 2; Lots 1 & 2, Block 3; Lots 1 & 2, Block 4; and all vacated street R.O.W. lying adjacent thereto; Sorenson's Subdivision, per Exhibit A, Minnehaha County (southeast corner of Sixth Street and Sycamore Avenue.) APPROVED • ITEM 24. 2006-04-02: FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN in Subarea C, Judee Estates PD, Planned Development District to construct 38 town-home units. Legal Description: Lot 2A, Block 3, Judee Estates Addition, Lincoln County (Northstar Street and Lewis Avenue.) DEFERRED ITEM 25. 2006-04-04: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in I-1, Light Industrial District to allow motor vehicle display and sales. Legal Description: E. 80' N1/2 Block 3 and E. 100' W. 184' N1/2 Block 3, except Lot H-1 contained therein, Hayward's Subdivision of part of NE1/4 Section 23-101-50, Minnehaha County (5501 and 5505 W. 12th St.) DEFERRED • ITEM 26. 2006-04-12: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the C-4, Planned Commercial District to allow an on-sale alcohol establishment as an accessory use to a restaurant. Legal Description: (The Empire Mall) (630 W. Empire Place.) DEFERRED • ITEM 27. 2006-04-15: FUTURE LAND USE PLAN AMENDMENT to allow a mix of land uses. Legal Description: NE 1/4, Section 24, Township 101 North, Range 49 west of the 5th principle meridian, Minnehaha County, South Dakota, including Lot H-2 and except Dawley’s Second Addition to the city of Sioux Falls, South Dakota; and the SE 1/4, Section 24, Township 101 North, Range 49 west of the 5th principle meridian, Minnehaha County, South Dakota, including Lot H-1 and Lot H-2; and the south 30 acres of the SE 1/4, of the SW 1/4 of Section 24, Township 101 North, Range 49 west of the 5th principle meridian, Minnehaha County, South Dakota, containing 313.8 (plus or minus) acres, which includes 18.7 acres for the existing “H” lots, all in Minnehaha County (between 26th Street and Highway 42). APPROVED • ITEM 28. 2006-04-14b: PRELIMINARY SUBDIVISION PLAN for the Dawley Farm Village Addition to allow a mixed use development. Legal Description: NE 1/4, Section 24, Township 101 North, Range 49 west of the 5th principle meridian, Minnehaha County, South Dakota, including lot H-2 and except Dawley’s Second Addition to the city of Sioux Falls, South Dakota; and the SE 1/4, Section 24, Township 101 North, Range 49 west of the 5th principle meridian, Minnehaha County, South Dakota, including lot H-1 and lot H-2; and the south 30 acres of the SE 1/4, of the SW 1/4 of Section 24, Township 101 North, Range 49 west of the 5th principle meridian, Minnehaha County, South Dakota, containing 313.8 (plus or minus) acres, which includes 18.7 acres for the existing “H” lots, all in Minnehaha County (between 26th Street and Highway 42, west of Highway 11). APPROVED; 1. As signed by the City Engineer. • ITEM 29. 2006-04-16: REZONE from the AG, Agricultural District to the Dawley Farm Village Planned Development District to allow multiuse development. Legal Description: Portions of the NE1/4 except Dawley's Section Addition, 24-101-49; Portions of the SE1/4 Section 24-101-49; The South 30 acres of the SE1/4 SW1/4 Section 24-101-49, all per exhibit A, all in Minnehaha County (between Highway 42 and 26th Street, west of Highway 11.) APPROVED • ITEM 30. 2006-04-17: REZONE from the AG, Agricultural District to the O, Office District to allow office development. Legal Description: Portions of the NE1/4 except Dawley's Section Addition, 24-101-49; Portions of the SE1/4 Section 24-101-49; The South 30 acres of the SE1/4 SW1/4 Section 24-101-49, all per exhibit A, all in Minnehaha County (north side of 26th Street, one-half mile west of Highway 11.) APPROVED • ITEM 31. 2006-04-18: REZONE from the AG, Agricultural District to the RS-2, Residential District to allow single- family development. Legal Description: Portions of the NE1/4 except Dawley’s Section Addition, 24-101-49; Portions of the SE1/4 Section 24-101-49; The South 30 acres of the SE1/4 SW1/4 Section 24-101-49, all per exhibit A, all in Minnehaha County (east and south of Sunnyveiw Acres Addition.) APPROVED • ITEM 32. 2006-04-23: FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN in Subarea B, Meadows on the River Planned Development District to allow construction of a drive-in restaurant. Legal Description: Lots 1 and 4, Meadows on the River Addition, Minnehaha County (2601 S. Louise Ave.) APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. The pre-menu board is removed from the site plan prior to building permit issuance. 2. Meet flood lowest floor elevation and cannot exceed storm drainage and storm water requirements for existing parking lot. • ITEM 33. 2006-04-22: MINOR AMENDMENT in Subarea B, Meadows on the River Planned Development District to allow an additional 72-square- foot sign on existing sign structure. Legal Description: Lots 1 and 4, Meadows on the River Addition, Minnehaha County (2601 S. Louise Ave.) WITHDRAWN • ITEM 34. 2006-04-25: PRELIMINARY SUBDIVISION PLAN for the Prairie Hills West Addition. Legal Description: Tract A of Prairie View Addition, Lincoln County (77th Street and Louise Avenue.) APPROVED; 1. As signed by the City Engineer. • ITEM 35. (MOVED TO BEGINNING OF REGULAR AGENDA). • ITEM 36. ADJOURN. THE MEETING ADJOURNED AT 9:30 P.M. 2006-05-10
Airport BoardThe Sioux Falls Regional Airport Authority Board met at 10:30 a.m. May 25, 2006, in the first-floor conference room of the Costello Terminal. For a list of approved bills, go to www.siouxfallsbusinessjournal.com. • 1. MINUTES; APPROVED. • 2. BILLS; APPROVED. • 3. CONSENT AGENDA; APPROVED. A. Cooperative advertising agreement with Salt Lake City Corp. for $9,999. B. Testing contract with Maxim Technologies for $13,833. C. Time extension for Muth Electric on the lights and camera project to June 23, 2006. D. Funding for Civil Air Patrol of $225 a month. E. Contract addition of $4,183 to Ulteig Engineers. F. Lease agreement with Maguire Jones Boys. • 4. FORWARD SIOUX FALLS V: Kelby Krabbenhoft, Tom Everist and John Luckie solicited a $1 million donation to Forward Sioux Falls V. The goal is to bring more businesses to Sioux Falls, which, in turn, should increase passenger traffic. Their request is for twice the amount the authority pledged for Forward Sioux Falls IV. Because of the magnitude of the request, action was deferred to the June meeting. • 5. EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S REPORT: A. There are some mailboxes in the lobby passengers can use to mail confiscated items back to themselves. The demand for these boxes has fallen as people have become more informed about what items cannot be carried on a plane. The executive director will ask the provider to remove the boxes. B. A formal schedule of leases has been prepared. C. The city of Sioux Falls has proposed that the authority acquire the land necessary to move the road and fence at the end of Runway 3. In return, the city would like to acquire authority land that is used by Elmwood Golf Course. Moving the fence and road would require Elmwood to redesign two holes. The authority will pay for altering the two holes. • 6. HEALTH INSURANCE: Several providers gave health insurance quotes. Sioux Valley Health quoted the lowest premium rates. Bill Dougherty moved and Tom Lien seconded to accept Sioux Valley Health’s quote, which is 4.7 percent higher than last year. Motion carried. • 7. 2006 AIRPORT IMPROVEMENTS: Tom Lien moved and Bill Dougherty seconded acceptance of the low total bid of Asphalt Surfacing for 2006 improvements for $2,019,232.89. Motion carried. • 8. MASTER PLAN UPDATE: The master planners have met with tenants to talk about development alternatives. Architects and engineers have looked at the terminal building including mechanical systems. • 9. ELECTION OF OFFICERS: Bill Dougherty moved and Neil Schmid seconded to elect the following for the 2006-07 term: Tom Lien, chair; Mike Breidenbach, vice chair; Michael Marnach, secretary. Motion carried. • 10. ANNUAL REPORT: Bill Dougherty moved and Tom Lien seconded acceptance of the 2005 annual report publication. Motion carried. MEETING ADJOURNED AT 11:12 A.M. Ck # Vendor Account Description Amount Date Paid 21713 A-1 Septic Tank field maintenance $620.00 04/19/06 21714 Acuity insurance $574.10 " 21715 Advanced Internet Solutions advertising $14.95 " 21716 Allegiant Air advertising - Orlando $1,694.60 " 21717 All Phase Electric electrical maintenance $79.59 " 21718 AT&T telephone $53.49 " 21719 Baete-Forseth Sioux Falls climate control $101.28 " 21720 Brock White Co field maintenance $168.00 " 21721 Chemco, Inc janitorial supplies $390.56 " 21722 City of Sioux Falls data processing $65.00 " 21723 Coffman Associates aip #3-46-005-35 #4 $20,587.00 " 21724 Construction Products/Consultants building maintenance $225.00 " 21725 Crescent Electric Supply electrical maintenance $96.48 " 21726 FedEx postage $7.44 " 21727 Hander Inc Plumbing/Heating plumbing maintenance $1,186.07 " 21728 Heartland Paper CO janitorial supplies $401.30 " 21729 Janitor's Closet janitorial supplies $236.25 " 21730 Lostroh, Greg field maintenance $1,623.20 " 21731 MacArthur Co building maintenance $444.03 " 21732 Mac's Inc machinery maintenance $40.14 " 21733 Marnach. Mike SD Aviation conference $118.68 " 21734 Mike's Electric electrical maintenance $53.50 " 21735 OrbitCom telephone $10.93 " 21736 Otis Elevator building maintenance $3,433.12 " 21737 Qwest telephone $652.40 " 21738 R&L Supply Ltd. plumbing maintenance $105.10 " 21739 Ramkota Hotel other current expense $53.37 " 21740 SD Supplemental Retirement Plan payroll deduction - $145.00 $- " 21741 Short Elliot Hendrickson aip #3-46-0050-35 #4 $988.94 " 21742 Sioux Empire Federal Credit Union payroll deduction - $175.00 $- " 21743 Sioux Empire United Way payroll deduction - $495.90 $- " 21744 Tri-State Garage Door other building maintenance $311.75 " 21745 Walling Water Management chemical supplies $164.22 " 21746 Waste Management sanitation $180.42 " 21747 Workplace Sound & Technolgies building maintenance $75.00 " 21748 Void $- 05/01/06 21749 Allegiant Air Orlando ads $2,131.66 " 21750 Border States Electric electrical maintenance $24.44 " 21751 City of Sioux Falls telephone/other expense $1,388.00 " 21752 Creative Host Services April board meeting $26.12 " 21753 Crescent Electric Supply electrical maintenance $82.75 " 21754 FedEx postage $7.40 " 21755 Guardian insurance $346.77 " 21756 Hander Inc Plumbing/Heating plumbing maintenance $1,042.56 " 21757 HDR Inc aip# 3-46-0050-35 #2 $45,930.15 " 21758 Heartland Glass building maintenance $8,079.84 " 21759 Heartland Paper CO janitorial supplies $92.07 " 21760 Koch Hazard Baltzer engineering $2,000.00 " 21761 Maxim Technologies aip #3-46-0050-34 #7 $600.00 " 21762 Muth Electric security upgrades $4,423.50 " 21763 Otis Elevator building maintenance $3,433.12 " 21764 Qwest telephone $246.80 " 21765 SD Supplemental Retirement Plan payroll deduction - $145.00 $- " 21766 Sioux Falls Soccer Association advertising $625.00 " 21767 Sioux Valley Wireless advertising $64.95 " 21768 Void $- " 21769 Standard Insurance Co insurance $354.00 " 21770 Tessman Seed building maintenance $198.00 " 21771 Verizon Wireless telephone $35.00 " 21772 Walsh, Erin other current expense $10.00 " 21773 void $- 05/10/06 21774 void $- " 21775 Argus Leader April board minutes $309.86 " 21776 Automatic Door Group building maintenance $443.55 " 21777 Bell Systems Group machinery maintenance $2,433.67 " 21778 Border States Electric electrical supplies $234.29 " 21779 Chemco, Inc janitorial supplies $660.79 " 21780 Chief of Police February LEO's $13,770.68 " 21781 City of Sioux Falls telephone $22.54 " 21782 City Weekly Delta ads $906.00 " 21783 Cliff Avenue Upholstery building maintenance $20,000.00 " 21784 Crouse-Hinds field maintenance $411.86 " 21785 DeRaad Welding & Machine machinery maintenance $200.00 " 21786 Dex Media East telephone $20.60 " 21787 Exide Corp machinery maintenance $144.53 " 21788 FedEx postage $7.40 " 21789 Fred the Fixer building maintenance $110.20 " 21790 G-2 Secure Staff security - March $9,137.91 " 21791 Gene's Studio, Ltd printing $190.00 " 21792 Green 4 Ever building maintenance $269.10 " 21793 Heartland Paper CO janitorial supplies $516.51 " 21794 HSBC - Menards building maintenance $224.16 " 21795 J.D. House of Trophies office supplies $66.65 " 21796 MidAmerican Energy Co natural gas;other blding $5,874.29 " 21797 Midwest Alarm Company building maintenance $90.00 " 21798 SD Retirement System payroll deduction - $2623.47 $2,600.78 " 21799 SD Supplemental Retirement Plan payroll deduction - $145.00 $- " 21800 Sioux Falls Utilities water/sewer/electricity/ $133,421.17 " 21801 Sioux Falls Utilities other building utilities $- " 21802 Sioux Empire Federal Credit Union payroll deduction - $350.00 $- " 21803 Sioux Falls Soccer Association Delta ads $625.00 " 21804 Sioux Valley Health Plan payroll deduction - $878.54 $4,270.46 " 21805 Tractor Supply Company machinery maintenance $26.98 " 21806 Ulteig Engineers parking lot lighting $1,476.00 " 21807 Waste Management sanitation $182.78 " 21808 Western Commercial Printing office supplies $240.00 " 21809 Workplace Sound & Technolgies building maintenance $75.00 " 21810 City of Sioux Falls traffic engineering building $67,500.00 " EFT Sixel Consulting advertising $3,790.00 05/03/06 Total $376,150.80 Payroll pay period ending 04/23/06 $22,930.44 04/28/06 pay period ending 05/07/06 $22,741.56 05/12/06 $45,672.00 1612 Standard Parking February management fee $33,962.94 04/19/06 1613 Standard Parking March management fee $39,189.93 05/01/06Draft minutes of meeting May 25, 2006 2006-06-07
City Planning CommissionDraft minutes of meeting June 7, 2006 (Bold italics indicates items to go to Council.) The City Planning Commission met at 7 p.m. Wednesday, June 7, 2006, at Carnegie Town Hall, 235 W. 10th St. ITEMS RECEIVED AND FILED • None. APPROVAL OF CONSENT AGENDA ITEMS 1-11 and 15-23 ARE APPROVED AS CONSENT ITEMS. ITEMS 12-14 ARE MOVED TO THE REGULAR AGENDA AT THE REQUEST OF MEMBERS OF THE AUDIENCE. APPROVAL OF REGULAR AGENDA ITEMS 12-14 ARE ADDED TO THE BEGINNING OF THE REGULAR AGENDA. ITEMS 27, 28, 30, 32 AND 37 ARE DEFERRED AT THE REQUEST OF THE APPLICANTS. THE REGULAR AGENDA IS APPROVED WITH THESE CHANGES. CONSENT AGENDA • ITEM 1. APPROVAL OF MAY 3, 2006, MINUTES OF REGULAR MEETING. APPROVED • ITEM 2. PLATS. APPROVED • ITEM 3. 2006-05-03: REZONE RA-1, Residential District to O, Office District for future development of office uses. Legal Description: Lot 2, Block 6, Rose Crest Addition, Lincoln County (85th Street and Louise Avenue). APPROVED • ITEM 4. 2006-05-07: FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN in Subarea B, Prairie Vista PD, Planned Development District to construct a medical office building. Legal Description: Lot 5, Block 7, Prairie Vista Estates, Lincoln County (69th Street and Western Avenue). APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATION: 1. Parking lot screening is to be placed at the perimeter of the parking lot rather than along the property line at the corner of the proposed BMP. • ITEM 5. 2006-05-08: FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN in Subarea A, River Crossing PD, Planned Development District to construct a commercial retail building. Legal Description: Lot 1, Block 5, River Crossing Addition, Lincoln County (57th Street and Western Avenue). DEFERRED (Signs not posted.) • ITEM 6. 2006-05-10: FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN in Subarea G, Rolling Heights PD, Planned Development District to construct an office building. Legal Description: Portion of Lot 17A, Block 7, The Reserve Addition, Lincoln County (West 69th Street). APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATION: 1. Street trees are provided between the sidewalk and the curb per the Rolling Heights Planned Development District standards. • ITEM 7. 2006-05-11: FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN in Subarea C, Prairie Meadows PD, Planned Development District to construct office buildings. Legal Description: Lot 4 and S 5 feet of Lot 3, Block 15, Prairie Meadows Second Addition, Lincoln County (69th Street and Western Avenue). APPROVED • ITEM 8. 2006-05-14: MINOR AMENDMENT in Subarea A, Beakon Centre PD, Planned Development District to reduce the parking requirements. Legal Description: Lot 1, Block 1, Beakon Centre Addition, Minnehaha County (57th Street and Louise Avenue). APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATION: 1. Provide a long-term lease agreement and sign the parking spaces for use by the subject property tenants only. • ITEM 9. 2006-05-13: FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN in Subarea A, Beakon Centre PD, Planned Development District to construct a restaurant with drive-up window. Legal Description: Lot 1, Block 1, Beakon Centre Addition, Minnehaha County (57th Street and Louise Avenue). APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATION: 1. Provide a safe pedestrian route from street right of way to the front of the building with sidewalks or crosswalks. • ITEM 10. 2006-05-15: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the I-1, Light Industrial District to allow motor vehicle (including trailers as defined in the zoning ordinance) display and sales. Legal Description: Lot 5, Block 2, Sioux Empire Development Park Three Addition, Minnehaha County (101 E. Benson Road). APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATION: 1. Landscaping is verified to meet minimum standards of the zoning ordinance. • ITEM 11. 2006-05-17: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the C-2, General Commercial District to allow off-premise sign within 500 feet of a church, school or viaduct. Legal Description: S1/2 N2/3 NW1/4 Block 4, Haye’s Addition, Minnehaha County (1402 S. Minnesota Ave.). APPROVED • ITEM 15. 2006-05-21: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the C-4, Planned Commercial District to construct a C-store with gas dispensing. Legal Description: Lot C, Sunshine South Addition, Lincoln County (57th Street and Cliff Avenue). APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. The trash enclosure is constructed of materials similar to the building. 2. Canopy lighting is recessed with flat lenses as presented. • ITEM 16. 2006-05-24: REZONE I-1, Light Industrial District to C-2, General Commercial District for future commercial strip mall. Legal Description: E1/2 Tract 1 (Ex Lot H-1) NW1/4 NE1/4, City of Sioux Falls Unplatted Lands, Minnehaha County (5909 W. 12th St.). APPROVED • ITEM 17. 2006-05-26: FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN in Subarea B, Taylor Planned Development District to allow development of a three-unit town home. Legal Description: Lot 7, Block 10 of Sunset Ridge Addition, Lincoln County (southwest corner of Rebecca Street and Marion Road). APPROVED • ITEM 18. 2006-05-28: FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN in Subarea C, Good Samaritan National Center Planned Development District to allow construction of senior housing. Legal Description: The E 266.38 feet of the S 592.13 feet of the SW1/4 SE1/4, Section 36-101-50, Minnehaha County (east of 56th Street and Creekside Drive). APPROVED • ITEM 19. 2006-05-31: REZONE I-1, Light Industrial District to S, Institutional District for future development. Legal Description: Southeast portion of Lot 5, the south portion of Lot 7 and all of Lot 6, Western Valley Addition, as shown in Exhibit A, Minnehaha County (1300-1310-1400 W. 51st St.). APPROVED • ITEM 20. 2006-05-32: PRELIMINARY SUBDIVISION PLAN for the Remington Point Addition to allow a commercial and office subdivision. Legal Description: Lot 2, Block 2 and Lot 4 Block 4, Cypres Knol Addition, Lincoln County (69th Street and Western Avenue). APPROVED • ITEM 21. 2006-05-33: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the RS-2, Residential District to allow a family day care. Legal Description: S 32 feet of Lot 15, Block 17, McClellan’s Addition to West Sioux Falls, Minnehaha County (827 N. Duluth Ave.). APPROVED • ITEM 22. 2006-05-35: REZONE I-1, Light Industrial District to C-2, General Commercial District for future development (church). Legal Description: A Tract 100 feet by 435 feet South of Tract 11, Unplatted Lands, SW1/4 34-102-49, Minnehaha County (3812 N. Cliff Ave.). APPROVED • ITEM 23. 2006-05-05: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the C-2, General Commercial District to allow expansion of an on-sale alcohol establishment. Legal Description: A portion of the N 175 feet of Lot 5 of unplatted lands in 24-101-50, per Exhibit A, Minnehaha County (5109 W. 12th St.). APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATION: 1. Security management plan is updated and submitted to the crime prevention officer. REGULAR AGENDA • ITEM 12. 2006-05-20: FUTURE LAND USE AMENDMENT to allow single-family and multifamily residential in an area not identified in the Sioux Falls growth area. Legal Description: A portion of the SW1/4 of Section 34-101-50, Minnehaha County (57th Street and Tea-Ellis Road). APPROVED • ITEM 13. 2006-05-19: REZONE from the AG, Agricultural District to the RS-2 and RA-1 Residential District to allow for varying residential density. Legal Description: Part of the WE1/4 of Section 34-101-50 per Exhibit A, Minnehaha County (57th Street and Tea-Ellis Road). APPROVED • ITEM 14. 2006-05-18: PRELIMINARY SUBDIVISION PLAN in the RS-2 and RA-1, Residential District to allow residential development. Legal Description: Part of the SW1/4 of Section 34-101-50, Minnehaha County (57th Street and Tea-Ellis Road). APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATION: 1. Provide landscaping easement along 57th Street with landscaping plan approved by the planning director. • ITEM 24. R2005-02-09: REVIEW FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN in Subarea A, Cherry Creek Planned Development District to allow construction of a car wash. Legal Description: Tract A, Cherry Creek Addition, Minnehaha County (3000 E. 26th St.). REVIEWED. NO RECOMMENDATION. • ITEM 25. 2006-03-19: DEFERRED FUTURE LAND USE PLAN AMENDMENT to allow commercial land uses. Legal Description: S1/2 SW1/4 SW1/4 Section 12-100-50, Lincoln County (northeast corner of 69th Street and Cliff Avenue). APPROVED • ITEM 26. 2006-03-24: DEFERRED FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN in Subarea D, Prairie Green Planned Development District to allow construction of a medical office. Legal Description: Lot 6A in Block 13, Prairie Green Addition, Lincoln County (609 E. Tan Tara Circle). DEFERRED (Applicant not present.) • ITEM 27. 2006-04-02: DEFERRED FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN in Subarea C, Judee Estates PD, Planned Development District to construct 38 town-home units. Legal Description: Lot 2A, Block 3, Judee Estates Addition, Lincoln County (Northstar Street and Lewis Avenue). DEFERRED • ITEM 28. 2006-04-04: DEFERRED CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in I-1, Light Industrial District to allow motor vehicle display and sales. Legal Description: E 80 feet N1/2 Block 3 and E 100 feet W 184 feet N1/2 Block 3, except Lot H-1 contained therein, Hayward’s Subdivision of part of NE1/4 Section 23-101-50, Minnehaha County (5501 and 5505 W. 12th St.). DEFERRED • ITEM 29. 2006-04-08a: DEFERRED CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the C-3, Central Business District to allow an on-sale alcohol establishment. Legal Description: N1/2 Lot 6, Block 20 JL Phillips Addition, Minnehaha County (220 and 222 S. Phillips Ave.). DEFERRED • ITEM 30. 2006-04-13: DEFERRED CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the C-4, Planned Commercial District to allow expansion of a car wash. Legal Description: N 150 feet E150 feet Lot 10, Block 5, Silver Valley Third Addition, Minnehaha County (801 S. Marion Road). DEFERRED • ITEM 31. 2006-05-06: FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN in Subarea B, Interstate Crossings Business Park PD, Planned Development District to construct an office building. Legal Description: Lot 5, Interstate Crossing Business Park Addition, Lincoln County (57th Street and Broadband Lane). APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATION: 1. Approved for office uses only. • ITEM 32. 2006-05-09: REZONE RD, Residential District to the O, Office District for future office development. Legal Description: Block 9, Twin Eagle Addition, Lincoln County (85th Street and Grange Avenue). DEFERRED • ITEM 33. 2006-05-16: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the C-3, Central Business District to allow on-sale alcohol establishment accessory use to a restaurant. Legal Description: Tract 1A, Faris Subdivision Part Lots 1 and 2, Block 20, JL Phillips Addition, Minnehaha County (109 E. 10th St.). DEFERRED • ITEM 34. 2006-05-22: FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN in Subareas A and B, Southern Hills Planned Development District to allow construction of retail and office buildings. Legal Description: Block 1, Southern Hills Addition, except platted lots contained therein, Lincoln County (57th Street and MacArthur Lane). DEFERRED • ITEM 35. 2006-05-23: FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN in Subarea B, Myrl & Roy’s Addition Planned Development District to allow construction of a contractor’s shop and storage building. Legal Description: Lot 5, Block 1, Myrl & Roy’s Development Park Addition, Minnehaha County (39th Street North and Potsdam Avenue). APPROVED • ITEM 36. 2006-05-29: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the I-1, Light Industrial District to allow off-premise sign. Legal Description: Tract 1 lying East of H-2 and West of H-1, SE1/4, Co. Aud. Subdivision, Minnehaha County (1310 N. Lowell Ave.). APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. A plan shall be provided for tree removal indicating removal of no more existing trees than those between the proposed sign and the Interstate 229 right-of-way. 2. If existing trees are removed between the sign and the I-229 right of way, a 25-foot landscaped setback shall be provided along the I-229 right of way that includes at least four under-story ornamental trees and grass ground cover. • ITEM 37. 2006-05-04: FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN in Subarea A Crystal Springs Planned Development District to allow construction of a stealth-design telecommunications tower. Legal Description: Lot 5, Oak Brooke Addition, Replatted out of Lot 7, Block 1 of Crystal Springs Addition (5032 S. Burr Oak Place). DEFERRED • ITEM 38. ADJOURN MEETING ADJOURNED AT 9:20 P.M. 2006-06-14
Airport BoardExcerpts of Draft minutes June 29, 2006 The Sioux Falls Regional Airport Authority Board met at noon, June 29, 2006, in the first-floor conference room of the Costello Terminal. For a list of approved bills, go to www.siouxfallsbusiness journal.com • 1. MINUTES OF THE MAY 25, 2006, MEETING; APPROVED. • 2. BILLS; APPROVED. • 3. CONSENT AGENDA: Motion to remove consideration of a donation to Forward Sioux Falls V from the consent agenda. APPROVED. Motion to approve the following consent agenda: A. Contract with Jet Terminal Services for $1,100 plus travel to conduct routine maintenance on loading bridges. B. Approve change order No. 3 with Muth Electric for $2,769 for new phone lines and change order No. 4 for $660 for a new junction box. C. Approve change order No. 5 with Muth Electric for $4,227 to bore pipes and install pole contactors. D. Raise employee contributions for group health insurance by 4.7 percent effective Aug. 1, 2006. E. Travel by executive director to FAA annual airport conference Nov. 14-16 in Chicago. F. Budget increase of $1,100 for a personal computer. APPROVED. • 4. FORWARD SIOUX FALLS V: After a brief presentation by Evan Nolte, John Luckie and Bob Thimjon for Forward Sioux Falls V, a motion was made to pledge $1 million to Forward Sioux Falls V to be paid over five years. APPROVED. • 5. EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S REPORT: A. The South Dakota Department of Legislative Audit has accepted the 2005 financial audit of the Authority. B. Renew the FedEx building lease for 10 years starting at the current rate of $9.54 per square foot with annual CPI after 2007. APPROVED. C. Motion to Accept the low bid of $394,341 from Sheehan Equipment for a rotary snowblower. The FAA has informed the Authority grant money will not be available for this purchase. APPROVED. • 6. OLD BUSINESS: Business Aviation expects to occupy its new terminal within the week. It will host a ribbon-cutting at 4:30 p.m. July 11. • 7. ENGINEERING AGREEMENT: Engineering agreement with Ulteig Engineers for $19,999 to rehab the centerline lights. APPROVED. • 8. CONSTRUCTION INSPECTION AGREEMENT: Construction inspection agreement with HDR for $138,025 for this year’s projects. APPROVED. • 9. SUBLEASE OF LAND: Allow the South Dakota Air National Guard to sublease land to the FAA for a new radar. APPROVED. • 10. CRP CONTRACT: The Conservation Reserve Program contract can be renewed. After discussion, it was agreed that the Authority was not interested in renewing at this time as possible future development on that land is not known and a master plan is under way. • 11. BUDGET INCREASE: Budget increase of $13,000 for a water heater for the terminal. APPROVED. MEETING ADJOURNED AT 12:37 P.M. Ck # Vendor Account Description Amount Date Paid 21811 Acuity insurance $574.10 05/23/06 21812 Advanced Internet Solutions advertising $29.90 " 21813 Argus Leader aip #35 $154.43 " 21814 AT&T telephone $101.43 " 21815 Automatic Door Group building maintenance $24.49 " 21816 Brock White Co LLC field maintenance $1,111.00 " 21817 Chemco janitorial supplies $147.70 " 21818 Cliff Avenue Auto Parts machinery maintenance $216.06 " 21819 Crescent Electric Supply electrical supplies $115.68 " 21820 Dave's Small Engine Repair machinery maintenance $123.79 " 21821 Dex Media East telephone $20.60 " 21822 HDR Inc aip #35 - 3 $25,638.93 " 21823 Interstate Office Products office supplies $68.10 " 21824 Janitor's Closet janitorial supplies $594.60 " 21825 Jim & Ron's Service misc expense $92.50 " 21826 Lewis Drug building maintenance $38.24 " 21827 Mahlander's Appliance rescue & fire fighting $760.00 " 21828 Muth Electric security camera enhance $16,716.15 " 21829 Otis Elevator building maintenance $3,433.12 " 21830 Qwest telephone $890.62 " 21831 SDSRS payroll deduction - $145.00 $- " 21832 Sioux Falls Development Fdn port marketing 2nd qtr $9,000.00 " 21833 Sheehan Mack Sales machinery maintenance $418.08 " 21834 Void $- " 21835 Tractor Supply Company machinery maintenance $304.37 " 21836 VanDiest Supply machinery maintenance $729.83 " 21837 West Coast Sales field maintenance $510.98 " 21838 Sioux Empire FCU payroll deductions - $175.00 $- " EFT Sixel Consulting advertising $3,557.00 " 21839 Argus Leader April Minutes/ad $4,535.69 06/06/06 21840 Batteries Plus building maintenance $71.80 " 21841 Border States Electric electrical supplies $819.87 " 21842 Cernium Inc building maintenance $4,849.00 " 21843 Chemco janitorial supplies $786.55 " 21844 Clear View Window Cleaning building maintenance $450.00 " 21845 Coffman Associates aip# 3-46-0050-35 #5 $18,988.00 " 21846 Crescent Electric Supply electrical supplies $1,184.05 " 21847 Days Inn Airport misc expense $70.77 " 21848 Diamond Vogel field maintenance $17,758.26 " 21849 Eide Bailly, Inc accounting $2,000.00 " 21850 FedEx postage $7.50 " 21851 G&R Controls machinery maintenance $55.10 " 21852 G-2 Secure Staff April security $8,920.30 " 21853 Guardian dental insurance $361.47 " 21854 Hander Plumbing plumbing maintenance $607.29 " 21855 Interstate Office Products office supplies $2,870.46 " 21856 Mac's Inc machinery maintenance $19.41 " 21857 Maximum Promotions building maintenance $136.00 " 21858 MidAmerican Energy natural gas;other building $2,625.90 " 21859 MidWest Alarm Company building maintenance $896.48 " 21860 MidWestern Mechanical plumbing maintenance $880.00 " 21861 Muth Electric security camera/parking #2 $123,327.90 " 21862 Nyberg's Ace Hardware building maintenance $43.98 " 21863 SD Retirement System payroll deduction - $2623.52 $2,600.74 " 21864 SD Supplemental Retirement payroll deduction - $145.00 $- " 21865 Short Elliot Hendrickson aip# 3-46-0050-35 #5 $2,254.47 " 21866 Sioux Falls Utilities water/sewer/electric;other blding $13,278.39 " 21867 Void $- " 21868 Sioux Empire FCU payroll deductions - $345.00 $- " 21869 Sioux Empire United Way payroll deduction - $313.20 $- " 21870 Sioux Valley Health Plan payroll deduction - $878.54 $5,091.46 " 21871 Sioux Valley Wireless advertising $64.95 " 21872 Sixel Consulting leakage report $4,500.00 " 21873 Standard Insurance insurance $354.00 " 21874 Tri-State Garage Door other building repair $202.00 " 21875 Verizon Wireless telephone $30.43 " 21876 Walling Water Management chemcial supplies $210.00 "" 21877 West Coast Sales field maintenance $403.40 " 21878 Sioux Valley Hospital insurance $1,250.00 " 21879 Auto Body Specialist machinery maintenance $49.90 06/15/06 21880 Chemco janitorial supplies $475.86 " 21881 DeRaad Welding machinery maintenance $504.85 " 21882 Flail-Master machinery maintenance $198.00 " 21883 G&H Distributing building maintenance $18.64 " 21884 Goldsmith Heck $1,295.00 " 21885 Green 4 Ever building maintenance $46.83 " 21886 HDR Inc aip #3-46-0050-35 #4 $27,182.71 " 21887 Heartland Paper Co janitorial supplies $332.41 " 21888 Howes Oil Co gas $3,548.25 " 21889 Iron Gate Gallery building maintenance $212.00 " 21890 Janitor's Closet janitorial supplies $352.79 " 21891 Jim & Ron's Service other current expense $60.00 " 21892 Kone, Inc building maintenance $105.78 " 21893 Malloy Electric Bearing machinery maintenance $15.10 " 21894 Oshkosh Truck Corp rescue & fire fighting $249.86 " 21895 Petty Cash/Michael Marnach misc expense $194.80 " 21896 Qwest telephone $654.45 " 21897 Sigler Fire Equipment Co building maintenance $49.50 " 21898 Sisson Printing annual report $2,515.05 " 21899 Sixel Consulting advertising $4,885.25 " 21900 Sparkle Uniforms clothing $166.32 " 21901 Ulteig Engineers security enhancements $4,843.00 " 21902 Waste Management sanitation $182.86 " 21903 West Coast Sales field maintenance $2,165.87 " 21904 Workplace Sound/Tech building maintenance $75.00 " 21905 Acuity insurance $2,850.50 06/21/06 21906 Argus Leader notice to bidders ad $48.17 " 21907 AT&T telephone $48.72 " 21908 Campbell Supply machinery maintenance $237.90 " 21909 Chemco janitorial supplies $479.10 " 21910 Creative Host Services picnic/SLC sendoff/misc $725.60 " 21911 Diamond Vogel paint $156.33 " 21912 HDR Inc aip #3-46-0050-35 #5 $7,368.02 " 21913 Interstate Office Products office supplies $255.18 " 21914 Jim's Automatic Transmission machinery maintenance $895.00 " 21915 MidAmerican Energy natural gas;other building $38.41 " 21916 MidWestern Mechanical plumbing maintenance $728.79 " 21917 Otis Elevator building maintenance $3,433.12 " 21918 Qwest telephone $240.32 " 21919 SD Supplemental Retirement payroll deduction - $145.00 $- " 21920 Short Elliot Hendrickson aip #3-46-0050-35 #6 $1,685.18 " 21921 Sioux Empire FCU payroll deduction - $245.00 $- " 21922 Tractor Supply Company machinery maintenance $47.93 " TOTAL $357,495.67 Payroll pay period ending 05/21/06 $23,105.67 05/26/06 pay period ending 06/04/06 $22,864.72 06/09/06 pay period ending 06/18/06 $23,474.20 06/23/06 $69,444.59 1614 Standard Parking April management fee $31,838.31 05/23/06 1615 Standard Parking May management fee $31,522.13 06/21/062006-07-12
City & County Planning CommissionsExcerpts of Draft Minutes June 26, 2006 The Sioux Falls and Minnehaha County planning commissions met at 7 p.m. Monday, June 26, 2006, in the Commission Room of the Minnehaha County Administration Building, 415 N. Dakota Ave. • CONSENT AGENDA; APPROVED • ITEM 1. MINUTES OF MAY 22, 2006; APPROVED • ITEM 2. CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT #06-39 to allow an outdoor recreation facility. Legal Description – E1/2 NE1/4 of Section 19-T102N-R49W & W1/2 NW1/4 of Section 20-T102N-R49W Location – One mile north of Sioux Falls on Kiwanis Avenue Petitioner – Jean Pattison/Sandara K. Schoenbeck, trustee APPROVED with the following conditions: 1. Conditional Use Permit #06-39 shall only allow the Sprit of the West Festival. No other festivals or outdoor recreation activities are allowed. 2. The Planning Department shall be notified a minimum of one month in advance of the dates for the current year’s festival and hours of operation. 3. At no time shall the hours of operation extend past 10 p.m. on a Friday or Saturday nor 8 p.m. on a Sunday. 4. All signs, banners and flags for the festival shall be temporary and shall not be erected until one week prior to the festival and shall be removed within one week after the last day of the festival. 5. A minimum of 20 porta-potties and eight sinks shall be provided each day of the event. 6. Security personnel shall be on site for the entire festival, including the night hours, and that, at a minimum two first-aid personnel shall be on site during the hours the festival is open to the public. 7. There shall be no more than 50 campsites. 8. Each vendor shall obtain the necessary state sales tax license and food handling permits for the state of South Dakota. 9. Within a month after the last day of each year’s festival, an attendance count be provided to the Minnehaha County Planning Department. 10. The Sioux Falls and Minnehaha County planning departments be allowed access to the site for inspection purposes during the festival. 11. The planning commissions may review Conditional Use Permit 06-39 in a public hearing after each year’s festival. REGULAR AGENDA; APPROVED • ITEM 3. CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT #06-35 to exceed 1,200 square feet of accessory building area – 2,000 square feet requested. Legal Description – Tract 2 O’Hanlons Addition in Section 26-T101N-R48W Location – 2601 S. River Bluff Road, two miles east of Sioux Falls Petitioner – Alex Sazonov APPROVED with the following conditions: 1. The existing driveway onto the property shall be used for access to the building. No additional driveway access shall be allowed onto River Bluff Road. 2. The building shall not exceed 2,000 square feet in size as measured to the exterior of the walls. 3. The building shall be used only for the petitioner’s personal residential storage. No commercial or business uses, commercial storage or the storage of any business equipment or materials shall be allowed. 4. The building shall be constructed in a manner and of materials that are similar to the main building on the property. 5. The building shall not exceed one story in height. ITEM 4. JOINT ZONING ORDINANCE AMENDMENT #06-17– definition of “same ownership” as it pertains to the transfer of building eligibilities in the A-1 Agricultural and R/C Recreation/Conservation District Petitioner – Planning Departments APPROVED; The following language will be added to the A-1 Agricultural and RC Recreation/Conservation District under those portions of the zoning ordinance addressing the transfer of building eligibility. “For purposes of this section, ‘same ownership’ means: Two or more parcels of land owned or controlled by an individual or combination of individuals, corporations, partnerships or other legal entities; with said owners described uniformly on the deed or other legally binding conveyance of each parcel.” 2006-07-12
City Planning CommissionDraft Minutes of Meeting July 12, 2006 (Bold italics indicates items to go to Council.) The City Planning Commission met at 7 p.m. Wednesday, July 12, 2006, at the former City Council chambers, City Hall, 224 W. Ninth St. ITEMS RECEIVED AND FILED • None. APPROVAL OF CONSENT AGENDA ITEMS 1-2, 4, 5 and 6-17 and 19 ARE APPROVED AS CONSENT ITEMS. ITEMS 3, 5 and 18 ARE MOVED TO THE REGULAR AGENDA AT THE REQUEST OF MEMBERS OF THE AUDIENCE. ITEMS 20 AND 21 ARE DEFERRED AT THE REQUEST OF THE PETITIONER. CONSENT AGENDA ITEMS 3, 5 AND 18 ARE ADDED TO THE BEGINNING OF THE REGULAR AGENDA. ITEMS 24, 28, AND 40 ARE DEFERRED AT THE REQUEST OF THE APPLICANTS. ITEM 33 IS WITHDRAWN AT THE REQUEST OF THE PETITIONER. THE REGULAR AGENDA IS APPROVED WITH THESE CHANGES. • ITEM 1. APPROVAL OF JUNE 7, 2006, MINUTES OF REGULAR MEETING. APPROVED • ITEM 2. PLATS. APPROVED • ITEM 4. 2006-05-09: REZONE RD, Residential District to the O, Office District for future office development. Legal Description: Block 9, Twin Eagle Addition, Lincoln County (85th Street and Grange Avenue). APPROVED • ITEM 6. 2006-05-30: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the C-2, General Commercial District to allow a church and day-care center. Legal Description: A Tract 100 feet by 435 feet South of Tract 11, SW1/4 Unplatted Lands Section 34-102-49, Minnehaha County (3812 N. Cliff Ave.). APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. The parking plan includes handicapped stalls as required by the ADA and at least two spaces are signed for day care drop-off; the parking signage should indicate the hours of restriction similar to that of the day-care operation. 2. A security management plan is approved by the crime prevention officer. • ITEM 7. 2006-05-37: MINOR AMENDMENT in Subarea K, Platinium Valley Planned Development District to allow reduced rear yard setback from 25 feet to 20 feet for a twin home lot split. Legal Description: Lot 15, Falcon Ridge Addition, Lincoln County (3436-3438 W. 84th Place). APPROVED • ITEM 8. 2006-06-01: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the I-1, Light Industrial District to allow motor vehicle repair business. Legal Description: Lot 10B, Block 8, Sioux Empire Development Park 1 Addition, Minnehaha County (808 E. 50th St. N.). APPROVED • ITEM 9. 2006-06-02: REZONE RS-2 Residential District to the O Office District to allow future office uses. Legal Description: Lot 3, 5, 6 and Lot 8 and the north 5 feet of Lot 9, Block 1 Hel Ray Addition in the SE1/4 of Section 36-101-50, Minnehaha County (4609, 4701, 4705 and 4713 S. Louise Ave.). DEFERRED BY PETITIONER • ITEM 10. 2006-06-03: REZONE from the RS-2, RD and RA-1, Residential Districts to the RD and RA-1, Residential and the O, Office Districts to align zoning with new street pattern. Legal Description: Portion of the SW1/4, per Exhibit A, Section 36-101-49, Minnehaha County (53rd Street and Sycamore Avenue). APPROVED ITEM 11. 2006-06-04: PRELIMINARY SUBDIVISION PLAN for the Prairie Gardens Addition (Phase 4). Legal Description: N1/2 SW1/4 Section 36-101-49, Minnehaha County (49th Street and Sycamore Avenue). APPROVED • ITEM 12. 2006-06-09: FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN in Subarea A, 57th Street East Planned Development District to allow construction of a parking lot. Legal Description: Lot 4 Block 1 Rolling Hills Addition, Lincoln County (59th Street and Louise Avenue). APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATION: 1. Provide pedestrian route from row to front of building with either sidewalk or crosswalk. • ITEM 13. 2006-06-11: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the C-4, Planned Commercial District to allow an on-sale alcohol establishment. Legal Description: Tract 1 of Prairie Crossing Addition, Minnehaha County (East of 41st Street and Sycamore Avenue). APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATION: 1. A security-management plan is approved by the crime prevention officer prior to business operation. • ITEM 14. 2006-06-12: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the C-4, Planned Commercial District to allow development on a site greater than an acre. Legal Description: Tract 1, Prairie Crossing Addition, Minnehaha County (250 feet east of 41st Street and Sycamore Avenue). APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. The parking lot screening depicted along the southern property boundary is extended along the eastern property boundary. 2. The trash enclosure is constructed of the same materials as the building and is of adequate size to accommodate recycling receptacles. 3. The site plan presented with the building permit will reflect a safe and convenient pedestrian circulation pattern approved by the transportation planner. • ITEM 15. 2006-06-16: FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN in Subarea B, Thelin Business Center Planned Development District to allow construction of an office building. Legal Description: To be platted as Lot 3, Block 2, Thelin Business Center Addition, Minnehaha County (Louise Avenue and Cayman Street). APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. All public sidewalks will be installed in conjunction with site construction. 2. Trash enclosures are constructed of the same materials as the building and are sized to accommodate trash and recycling dumpsters. • ITEM 16. 2006-06-17: FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN in Subarea B, Thelin Business Center Planned Development District to allow construction of a two-story office building. Legal Description: To be platted as Block 4, Thelin Business Park Addition, Minnehaha County (Benson Road and Interstate 229). APPROVED • ITEM 17. 2006-06-18: MAJOR AMENDMENT in Subarea B and C of the Thelin Business Center Planned Development allowing revisions to zoning regulations and replacing the subarea map. Legal Description: A portion of the NE1/4, Section 1-101-50, Minnehaha County (Benson Road and Louise Avenue). APPROVED • ITEM 19. 2006-06-26: MINOR AMENDMENT in Subarea A, Avera McKennan PD to allow reduced front yard at two separate locations. Legal Description: Blocks 11 & 12, Gerin & Johnson’s Addition and Tract 1 CAS of Gerin & Johnson’s Addition, Minnehaha County (800 E. 21st St.). APPROVED • ITEM 20. AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF SIOUX FALLS, S.D., AMENDING THE REVISED ORDINANCES OF THE CITY BY REVISING THE ZONING ORDINANCE AND CREATING AN AIRPORT ZONING DISTRICT WITHIN THE CITY OF SIOUX FALLS. DEFERRED BY PETITIONER • ITEM 21. AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF SIOUX FALLS, S.D., AMENDING THE REVISED ORDINANCES OF THE CITY BY AMENDING APPENDIX B, SECTION 15.57.030 PERMITTED SIGNS AND SIGN AREA. DEFERRED BY PETITIONER REGULAR AGENDA • ITEM 3. 2006-05-01: REZONE Unzoned land in Lincoln County to C-4, Planned Commercial District for future commercial development. Legal Description: Tract 1, Poulson’s Addition, Lincoln County (85th Street and Louise Avenue). DEFERRED • ITEM 5. 2006-05-16: DEFERRED CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the C-3, Central Business District to allow on-sale alcohol establishment accessory use to a restaurant. Legal Description: Tract 1A, Faris Subdivision Part Lots 1 & 2, Block 20, JL Phillips Addition, Minnehaha County (109 E. 10th St.). APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. A floor plan is submitted for review by the Planning Commission reflective of a food establishment. 2. A security-management plan is approved by the crime prevention officer. 3. The application is valid for this applicant only. • ITEM 18. 2006-06-25: REZONE from AG, Agricultural to the I-1, Light Industrial District to allow future light industrial develoment. Legal Description: Tract 1, McConville’s Addition, Section 27-102-49, Minnehaha County (60th Street North, near National Avenue). APPROVED • ITEM 22. PUBLIC HEARING: 2007-11 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM. APPROVED • ITEM 23. 2006-03-24: DEFERRED FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN in Subarea D, Prairie Green Planned Development District to allow construction of a medical office. Legal Description: Lot 6A in Block 13, Prairie Green Addition, Lincoln County (609 E. Tan Tara Circle). DEFERRED Applicant not present to answer questions. • ITEM 24. 2006-04-02: DEFERRED FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN in Subarea C, Judee Estates PD, Planned Development District to construct 38 town home units. Legal Description: Lot 2A, Block 3, Judee Estates Addition, Lincoln County (Northstar Street and Lewis Avenue). DEFERRED BY APPLICANT • ITEM 25. 2006-05-04: FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN in Subarea A Crystal Springs Planned Development District to allow construction of a stealth-design telecommunications tower. Legal Description: Lot 5, Oak Brooke Addition, Replatted out of Lot 7, Block 1 of Crystal Springs Addition. (5032 S. Bur Oak Place). APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATION: 1. The U.S. flag is to be raised and lighted as required by accepted protocol. • ITEM 26. 2006-04-08a: DEFERRED CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the C-3, Central Business District to allow an on-sale alcohol establishment. Legal Description: N 1/2 Lot 6, Block 20 JL Phillips Addition, Minnehaha County (220 and 222 S. Phillips Ave.). APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. Valid for this applicant only. 2. Review of business operations for compatibility with characteristics of surrounding uses and assurances that it is not injurious to surrounding properties one year after business operation begins. 3. Business hours to be as presented. 4. Alcohol sales restricted to after 9 p.m. per operational plan. 5. Test and record noise levels prior to the one-year review hearing for compliance with city noise ordinance. 6. Comply with approved security-management plan. 7. Provide trash enclosure. • ITEM 27. 2006-06-06: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the C-3 Central Business District to allow an on-sale alcohol establishment as an accessory use to a restaurant. Legal Description: S1/2 of Lot 3 and 6 feet by 8 feet NW corner of Lot 4, Block 17, J.L. Phillips Addition, Minnehaha County (210 S. Main St.). APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATION: 1. Approved security-management plan. 2. Approved for this applicant only. • ITEM 28. 2006-06-08: MINOR AMENDMENT to Subarea A, Beakon Centre, Planned Development District to allow an on-sale alcohol establishment as an accessory use to a restaurant. Legal Description: Lot 2, Block 1, Beakon Centre Addition to the City of Sioux Falls, Minnehaha County (4801 S. Louise Ave.). DEFERRED BY APPLICANT • ITEM 29. 2006-04-13: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the C-4, Planned Commercial District to allow expansion of a car wash. Legal Description: N150 feet E150 feet Lot 10, Block 5, Silver Valley Third Addition, Minnehaha County (801 S. Marion Road). APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. Provide four additional trees in the front yard landscape setback. 2. Provide sound information from the washer and dryer equipment manufacturer for approval by the Health Department prior to building-permit issuance. 3. Car wash doors to remain closed during operation. 4. Provide an approved erosion-control plan prior to building-permit issuance. • ITEM 30. 2006-05-08: DEFERRED FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN in Subarea A, River Crossing PD, Planned Development District to construct a commercial retail building. Legal Description: Lot 1, Block 5, River Crossing Addition, Lincoln County (57th Street and Western Avenue). APPROVED • ITEM 31. 2006-05-25: FUTURE LAND USE PLAN AMENDMENT allowing a change in allocation of commercial and single-family residential land uses to commercial, office, multi-family residential and single-family residental land uses. Legal Description: NW 1/4, Section 31-101-48, Minnehaha County (41st Street and Highway 11). APPROVED • ITEM 32. 2006-05-40: REZONE from RS-2, Residential to the RD, and RA-1, Residential Districts to allow apartments. Legal Description: Exhibit A, Minnehaha County (Laverne Wipf Street and Mary Beth Avenue). APPROVED • ITEM 33. 2006-06-05: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the C-2, General Commercial District to allow motor vehicle display and sales. Legal Description: Lot 5-8, Block 16, F.A. Smith’s Addition, Minnehaha County (2821 S. Minnesota Ave.). WITHDRAWN BY APPLICANT • ITEM 34. 2006-06-14: FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN in Subarea A, Cleveland Avenue Planned Development District to allow construction of apartments. Legal Description: Tract 4 Timberline Estates 2nd Addition, Minnehaha County (southeast corner of Cleveland Avenue and Madison Street). APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATION: 1. Provide 6-foot-high screen fence along east property line. • ITEM 35. 2006-06-27: FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN in Subarea A, Cleveland Aveune Planned Development to allow construction of four-plex units. Legal Description: Lot 2, Block 1 of Timberline Estates, 2nd Addition, Minnehaha County (1109 N. Archer Ave.). APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. Provide concrete curb and gutter at the perimeter of the parking lot. 2. Provide sidewalk on-site from the building to public sidewalk along Archer Avenue. 3. Provide public sidewalk along Cleveland Avenue. 4. Provide a solid screen wall trash enclosure with materials and construction similar to the main building. Size should be adequate to enclose all trash and recycling containers and not encroach into the required front or side yard setbacks. 5. Provide parking lot screening with a solid screen wall and materials similar to the main building. 6. Provide grass lawn areas and trees are to be 1 3/4-inch minimum caliper maple. 7. Provide a final grading plan prior to building permit issuance. Retaining walls, if required, are not to exceed 4 feet in height and be keystone masonry. • ITEM 36. 2006-06-15: FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN in Subarea A, Washington Crossing Planned Development District to allow construction of a convenience store with gas dispensing including a minor amendment to allow off-sale alcohol within 500 feet of a school. Legal Description: To be platted as Lot 1, Block 1, Washington Crossing Addition, Minnehaha County (Sycamore Avenue and Sixth Street). APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. Sidewalks along Sycamore are provided in a manner which will provide separation between the curb and sidewalk. 2. The trees planted in the front yard are at least the distance of the height at maturity from any on-premise signage. • ITEM 37. 2006-06-22: FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN in Subaera C, Lalley Estates Planned Development, to allow construction of a bank with drive-up window. Legal Description: To be platted as Lot 2, Block 4, Lalley Estates Addition (Marion Road and Madson Avenue). APPROVED • ITEM 38. 2006-06-28: FUTURE LAND USE PLAN AMENDMENT to change an allocation of single-family residential and commercial future land uses to an allocation of multi-family residential, office, institutional, light industrial/ecomomic development and commercial future land uses. Legal Description: NE 1/4 NW 1/4 Section 12-101-50; W1/2 NW 1/4 Section 12-101- 50; W1/2 SW1/4 Section 12-101-50, all in Minnehaha County (east of Marion Road from Maple to Madison streets). APPROVED • ITEM 39. 2006-06-13: PRELIMINARY SUBDIVISION PLAN for the South Dakota Business Technology Park Addition. Legal Description: NE 1/4 NW 1/4 and the W1/2 NW1/4 and the W1/2 SW1/4 all in Section 12-101-50, Minnehaha County (East of Marion Road, Madison to Maple streets). APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. Provide a master trail plan of bicycle/pedestrian trails within the subdivision consistent with the city’s on-going future bicycle and pedestrian trail study. 2. Provide a traffic analysis for the subdivision. • ITEM 40. 2006-06-24: REZONE RS-2 Residential District to the SD Technology Park PD, Planned Development District for the future development of industrial, commercial, office and residential uses. Legal Description: NE1/4 NW1/4 and W1/2 NW1/4 and W1/2 SW1/4 Section 12-101-50, Minnehaha County (Maple Street and Marion Road). DEFERRED BY THE APPLICANT • ITEM 41. ADJOURN MEETING ADJOURNED AT 10:30 P.M. 2006-07-19
Airport BoardDraft minutes of meeting July 20, 2006 The Sioux Falls Regional Airport Authority Board met at noon July 20, 2006, in the first-floor conference room of the Costello Terminal. For a list of approved bills, go to www.siouxfallsbusinessjournal .com. • 1. MINUTES of the June 29, 2006, meeting; APPROVED. • 2. BILLS; APPROVED. • 3. CONSENT AGENDA; APPROVED: A. AIP grant 3-46-0050-35 and authorization of the chairman and secretary to sign all documents in connection with the grant. B. Contract with Peska Construction in the amount of $7,200 to install a larger water line to the MJB hangar. C. 2007 DBE goal for construction of 3.65 percent. D. Assignment of MJB lease to First National Bank. • 4. EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S REPORT A. The City Parks Department has decided to invoke 4F status on the Authority’s need to relocate the fence out of the runway 3 safety area. By invoking 4F status, the city of Sioux Falls raises the possibility that the FAA will require the Authority to close 200 feet of runway 3-21. B. An additional portion of the general aviation hangar area in need of asphalt repair has been identified and will be repaired in August. C. This year’s construction projects are on schedule for Oct. 6 completion. The approaches to the Sports Promotions hangar are being repaved. Al Hartman, who has a plane in the Sports Promotions hangar, asked the Authority to pave the entire area around the hangar. The Authority will get a construction estimate for consideration at the August meeting. D. Paul Phalen presented a plaque to the Authority for supporting the Guard and Reserve. • 5. BROOKINGS VISION 2010: Representatives from Brookings Vision 2010 presented their five-year campaign plan to enhance business development in Brookings County. Many Brookings County residents use the Sioux Falls Regional Airport for business and recreational travel. According to Brookings Vision 2010, any business growth in Brookings County would increase the number of passengers using the Sioux Falls Regional Airport. Bill Dougherty moved and Mark Griffin seconded to pledge $150,000 over five years to Brookings Vision 2010. Motion carried. • MEETING ADJOURNED AT 12:56 pm. Ck # Vendor Account Description Amount Date Paid 21923 Baete-Forseth Sioux Falls climate control $274.10 06/28/06 21924 Bargain Barn Tire Center tires $239.45 " 21925 Cliff Avenue Upholstery building maintenance $10,000.00 " 21926 Construction Products $249.48 " 21927 Crescent Electric electrical supplies $139.16 " 21928 Dex Media telephone $20.60 " 21929 Exide Corp machinery maintenance $80.26 " 21930 G-2 Secure Staff May security $9,252.64 " 21931 Guardian dental insurance $361.47 " 21932 Interstate Office office supplies $259.99 " 21933 Janitor's Closet janitorial supplies $324.77 " 21934 Landscape Garden Centers building maintenance $940.51 " 21935 Midstates Inc clothing $667.28 " 21936 MidWestern Mechanical otherbuilding maint $147.69 " 21937 Sage Software office supplies $249.95 " 21938 Sioux Falls Two Way Radio radio maintenance $69.90 " 21939 Sioux Falls Utilities water/sewer;other blding $1,730.09 " 21940 Sioux Valley Wireless advertising $64.95 " 21941 Snyder Sign & Advertising parking lot upgrade $1,018.98 " 21942 Standard Parking quarterly parking permits $170.00 " 21943 Tiger Corp machinery maintenance $35.64 " 21944 Tractor Supply Company machinery maintenance $25.26 " 21945 Ulteig Engineers parking lot upgrade $5,535.75 " 21946 Western Commercial Printing office supplies $135.00 " 21947 void $- 07/11/06 21948 void $- " 21949 Advertising Arts office supplies $42.00 " 21950 Argus Leader May minutes;Delta winner $442.18 " 21951 Automatic Door Group building maintenance $205.63 " 21952 Chemco, Inc janitorial supplies $829.10 " 21953 Crescent Electric electrical supplies;field maint $640.91 " 21954 DeRaad Welding machinery maintenance $599.00 " 21955 Elkins, Ed clothing $42.40 " 21956 FedEx postage $7.67 " 21957 Gaetze, Tom otherbuilding maint $1,456.20 " 21958 Heartland Paper Co janitorial supplies $544.91 " 21959 Howes Oil Co gas $3,630.00 " 21960 Intek otherbuilding maint $820.00 " 21961 MidAmerican Energy natural gas;other building $1,359.36 " 21962 Midwest Alarm building maintenance $499.20 " 21963 Mike's Electric electrical repair $212.26 " 21964 Otis Elevator building maintenance $3,433.12 " 21965 Pomp's Tire Service tires $219.20 " 21966 Sage Software office supplies $229.95 " 21967 South Dakota Retirement System payroll deduction - $2630.93 $2,608.34 " 21968 South Dakota Supplemental Retire payroll deduction - $145.00 $- " 21969 Sioux Falls Utilities electricity;other building $12,899.82 " 21970 Sioux Empire Fed Credit Union payroll deductions - $345.00 $- " 21971 Sioux Valley Health Plan payroll deduction - $895.17 $5,354.12 " 21972 Sixel Consulting advertising $7,048.75 " 21973 Snyder Sign & Advertising parking lot upgrade $750.00 " 21974 Standard Insurance Co insurance $354.00 " 21975 Tri-State Garage Door building maintenance $286.75 " 21976 Tri-State Implement machinery maintenance $162.52 " 21977 Verizon Wireless telephone $29.34 " 21978 Walling Water Management chemical $397.05 " 21979 Waste Management sanitation $319.20 " 21980 West Coast Sales field maintenance $211.56 " 21981 Workplace Sound & Tech building maintenance $75.00 " 21982 Dell Computer office equipment $1,072.86 " TOTAL $78,775.32 PAYROLL pay period ending 07/02/06 $22,816.92 07/07/062006-08-02
City & County Planniing CommissionExcerpts of Draft Minutes July 24, 2006 The Sioux Falls and Minnehaha County planning commissions met at 7 p.m. Monday, July 24, 2005, in the Commission Room of the Minnehaha County Administration Building, 415 N. Dakota Ave. • CONSTENT AGENDA: APPROVED. • ITEM 1. MINUTES of June 26, 2006; APPROVED. • ITEM 2. CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT #06-54 to exceed 1,200 square feet of accessory building area (1,280 square feet requested). Legal Description – Lot 6 Block 7 Pine Hill Addition in Section 29-T101N-R48W Location – 8213 E. 38th St., 1 mile east of Sioux Falls Petitioner / Owner – Tom McDonald APPROVED with the following conditions: 1. Accessory building area shall not exceed 1,280 square feet. 2. Accessory building height is limited to one story. 3. No commercial uses shall be permitted. 4. The planned loft shall not be used as living quarters of any kind. 5. A driveway permit from Split Rock Township for any new access onto South Matt Road or East 38th Street will be required before a building permit will be issued. 6. A building inspection is required. 7. The petitioner must have a certified septic installer obtain a septic permit regarding the relocation of the one leg of the septic system prior to the issuance of any building permit. 2006-08-02
City Planning CommissionDraft Minutes of Meeting Aug. 2, 2006 (Bold italics indicates items to go to Council.) The City Planning Commission met at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 2, 2006, at Carnegie Town Hall, 235 W. 10th St. ITEMS RECEIVED AND FILED • None. APPROVAL OF CONSENT AGENDA ITEMS 1-14, and 15-23 ARE APPROVED AS CONSENT ITEMS. ITEM 15 IS MOVED TO THE REGULAR AGENDA AT THE REQUEST OF A MEMBER OF THE AUDIENCE. CONSENT AGENDA ITEM 15 IS ADDED TO THE BEGINNING OF THE REGULAR AGENDA. THE REGULAR AGENDA IS APPROVED WITH THIS CHANGE. • ITEM 1. APPROVAL OF JULY 12, 2006, MINUTES OF REGULAR MEETING; APPROVED • ITEM 2. PLATS; APPROVED • ITEM 3. AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF SIOUX FALLS AMENDING THE CODE OF ORDINANCES BY AMENDING STANDARDS FOR BUILDING AND PARKING LOT LIGHTING; APPROVED • ITEM 4. 2006-04-10b: PRELIMINARY SUBDIVISION PLAN for the Gulbranson Addition for an economic development subdivision plan. Legal Description: Tract 2 of McConvilles Addition, Minnehaha County (60th Street North). APPROVED • ITEM 5. 2006-06-29: MINOR AMENDMENT to Subarea B, Crystal Springs PD, Planned Development District to increase area of building signage. Legal Description: Lot 1, Block 1, Crystal Springs Addition, Minnehaha County (5020 S. Tennis Lane). APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATION: 1. No more than a 15 percent increase in permitted sign area will be allowed. • ITEM 6. 2006-07-01: FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN in Subarea B, Garden Village PD, Planned Development District to construct an office building. Legal Description: Lot 1, Block 4, Garden Village Addition, Lincoln County (77th Street and Lyncrest Avenue). APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. The walkway along the west property line is extended to connect with the public sidewalk at 77th Street. 2. All light fixtures on the residential side of the office property adjacent to the residential property shall be full cutoff and shall be a maximum of 10 feet above grade at the property line. All outdoor lighting within one mounting height of residential areas shall have internal house-side shields. In addition, all residential and commercial luminaries shall be full cutoff within 25 feet of adjacent residential property lines. 3. All building services, garbage and utilities shall be located and screened with an opaque wall compatible with the building structure’s siding materials. • ITEM 7. 2006-07-05: REZONE from the I-1, Light Industrial District to the C-2, General Commercial District to allow for retail/office. Legal Description: S. 110' of Tract 3; Tract 5, (except the W. 66' and except the S. 146.29') all in the NW1/4 NE1/4 Section 23-101-50, Minnehaha County (520 S. Valley View Road). APPROVED • ITEM 8. 2006-07-07: MAJOR AMENDMENT to Subarea B, Boulder Ridge Estates PD, Planned Development District to allow office uses. Legal Description: A portion of SE1/4 Section 16-100-50 as shown by exhibit (Western Avenue and 85th Street). APPROVED • ITEM 9. 2006-07-08: REZONE from the Cherry Creek Planned Development District to the C-4, Planned Commercial, O, Office and the RC, Recreation/Conservation Districts to reflect current land uses. Legal Description: C4, Planned Commercial District: Tract A & B, Cherry Creek Addition; Lot C1, H and Tract A of Lot I, all in Tract 3 Cherry Creek Addition O, Office: Tract B of Lot I, Tract 3; Lots D & J, Tract 3, Cherry Creek Addition RC, Recreation/ Conservation District: Lot E, Tract 3, Cherry Creek Addition, all in Minnehaha County (East 26th Street). APPROVED • ITEM 10. 2006-07-09: REZONE the Crown Pointe Planned Development District to the RS-1, Residential District to reflect current residential land uses. Legal Description: Tract 1 and Blocks 1-4, All Saints Hill on Crown Pointe Addition; Lot 4 (except for portions replatted as All Saints Hill on Crown Pointe Addition) High Pointe Addition; Lots A & B, Tract 3 Co Auditors Subdivision SE 1/4 Section 27-101-49; SW1/4 SW1/4 and West of railroad right of way Section 26-101-49; Minnehaha County (St. Francis Lane, north of Spencer Boulevard). APPROVED • ITEM 11. 2006-07-10: REZONE from the River Ridge Planned Development District to the O, Office District to reflect current land uses. Legal Description: As shown in Exhibit A (26th Street and Southeastern Drive). APPROVED • ITEM 12. 2006-07-12: REZONE AG, Agricultural District to the RD, Residential District to develop twin homes. Legal Description: Tract 2 and 3, except Lot H-1, Prokops Addition, Minnehaha County (Third Street and Bahnson Avenue). APPROVED • ITEM 13. 2006-07-13: REZONE from the AG, Agricultural to the RS-2, Residential District to allow single-family residential development. Legal Description: Lots 1A and 1B, Block 4, Lots 8-14, Block 5, Lots 12-14 Block 6, Tracts 1B and 1C Songbird Addition and a portion of the E 1/2 NE1/4, Section 15-101-50, per Exhibit A, Minnehaha County (Blue Bell Lane and La Mesa Avenue). APPROVED • ITEM 14. 2006-07-14: REZONE AG, Agricultural District to RS-1, Residential District for residential development. Legal Description: Lot 1, Surreyhill Addition, Lincoln County (69th Street between Western and Minnesota avenues). APPROVED • ITEM 16. 2006-07-18: FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN in Subarea E, Granite Valley Planned Development District to allow construction of a truck terminal (cross dock). Legal Description: Lot 2, Block 1, Granite Valley Addition (1910 E. Robur Drive). APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. A pedestrian connection through pavement markings and sidewalk from the public sidewalk to the front of the building. 2. An erosion control plan depicting a long-term plan for the eastern property boundary is provided to the planning director for approval. • ITEM 17. 2006-07-24: FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN in Subarea A, Interstate Crossings PD, Planned Development District, to construct a 6,000-square-foot day-care center. Legal Description: To be platted as Lot 1, Block 2, the Edges Addition (South Broadband Avenue). APPROVED • ITEM 18. 2006-07-27: MINOR AMENDMENT in Subarea A, McKennan Hospital Campus Planned Development District to revise setback limits. Legal Description: Blocks 11 and 12, Gerin & Johnson’s Addition and Tract 1, County Auditor’s Subdivision of Gerin & Johnson’s Addition (800 E. 21st St.). APPROVED • ITEM 19. 2006-07-26: FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN in Subarea A, McKennan Hospital Campus PD, Planned Development District, to construct an emergency department addition. Legal Description: Blocks 11 and 12, Gerin & Johnson’s Addition and Tract 1, County Auditor’s Subdivision of Gerin & Johnson’s Addition (800 E. 21st St.). APPROVED • ITEM 20. 2006-07-28: FUTURE LAND USE AMENDMENT to add additional single-family residential, and parks and open spaces land uses to the city. Legal Description: A portion of the East 1/2 of SW 1/4, Section 21-101-50, Lincoln County, South Dakota (95th Street and Regent Park Drive). APPROVED • ITEM 21. 2006-07-29: REZONE AG, Agricultural District to RS-2, Residential District and the RC, Recreation/Conservation District to allow for single-family subdivision and open space for storm water control. Legal Description: A portion of the E1/2 of SW1/4 per Exhibit A, Section 21-100-50, Lincoln County South Dakota (95th Street and Regent Park Drive). APPROVED • ITEM 22. 2006-06-23: FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN in Subarea D, Meadows on the River PD, to allow construction of a bank with a drive-up window. Legal Description: To be platted as Lot 1, Block 1, Two Rivers Crossing Addition (Louise Avenue and Jeanne Drive). APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. Sidewalks and pavement markings are provided along the north property boundary offering a pedestrian pathway to the bicycle trail. 2. A replat is provided. 3. Trees are planted in the front yard and in the boulevard as required by the zoning ordinance. If these trees interfere with traffic-control devices, this requirement may be waived. • ITEM 23. 2006-06-02: REZONE RS-2 Residential District to the O Office District to allow future office uses. Legal Description: Lot 3, 5, 6 and Lot 8 and the north 5 feet of Lot 9, Block 1 Hel Ray Addition in the SE1/4 of Section 36-101-50, Minnehaha County (4609, 4701, 4705 and 4713 S. Louise Ave.). APPROVED REGULAR AGENDA • ITEM 15. 2006-07-16: MAJOR AMENDMENT to Subarea B, 57th Street West Planned Development District to allow a dance studio (cheerleading). Legal Description: To be platted as lot 6, Block 3, Rolling Hills Subdivision, Lincoln County (59th Street and Nevada Avenue). APPROVED • ITEM 24. 2006-07-21: FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN in Subarea B, Valhalla PD, Planned Development District, to construct two office buildings. Legal Description: Tract F1 in Lot 1 of Block 6 of Valhalla Addition to the city of Sioux Falls, Minnehaha County, South Dakota (upon replat, it is currently on Tract H) (4700 S. Technopolis Drive). APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. Building address numbers must be displayed on any free-standing sign that fronts on Technopolis Drive. Additionally, address numbers posted on buildings should be visible from Technopolis Drive. • ITEM 25. 2006-06-30: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the RC, Recreation/Conservation District to allow a horse stable. Legal Description: Tract 5, Ex. R-1, NW1/4 Section 11-101-49 (3220 E. Rice St.). APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. The stabling of horses is for personal use only by this applicant. 2. Expansion of stabling facilities on the subject property will require a new conditional use permit. • ITEM 26. 2006-07-11: FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN in Subarea A, 41st Street and Sertoma Avenue Planned Development District to construct a Walgreens store. Legal Description: Portion of Tract 2, Roosevelt Addition, Minnehaha County (41st Street and Theodore Avenue). APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. Free-standing signage along Theodore Avenue is limited to 32 square feet in area and 6 feet in height. Dynamic electronic message signage is prohibited along Theodore Avenue. 2. Outdoor advertising of tobacco products is prohibited. • ITEM 27. 2006-07-17: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the C-2, General Commercial and the I-1, Light Industrial to allow construction of a retail building. Legal Description: Lot 1 of Tract 10 of Taylor’s Subdivision (Unit No. 7) of part of the W1/2 NW1/4 Section 3-101-49, Minnehaha County (3600 N. Cliff Ave.). APPROVED • ITEM 28. 2006-07-19: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the C-2, General Commercial District to allow construction on a site greater than an acre. Legal Description: Tract 9 Fulton’s 2nd Subdivision, Minnehaha County (Arrowhead Parkway and Highline Avenue). APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. No trees are planted within 50 feet of the free-standing sign. 2. All lighting provided on the site will comply with lighting standards for those properties adjacent to residential uses. Fixtures will provide downward throw of light. 3. The trash enclosure will be constructed of the same materials as the building. 4. A pedestrian pathway will be incorporated into the site plan providing safe pedestrian circulation from the public sidewalk to the front of the building. This pedestrian circulation will be approved by the transportation planner. • ITEM 29. 2006-07-22: FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN in Subarea B, Platinum Valley PD, Planned Development District, to construct a bank. Legal Description: Lot 1 of Block 21, Platinum Valley Addition (74th Street and Louise Avenue, southwest corner). APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. The parking lot conforms to the zoning ordinance providing the minimum number of spaces. 2. The living ground cover required within the front yard is sod and sprinkler irrigated. 3. The parking lot is screened with a 4-foot berm adjacent to Witzke Avenue and a vinyl composite fence along the southwest property line. 4. Tree plantings will be at least 30 feet from any free-standing signage. 5. A sign plan indicating limited signs on the western portion of the site, in conformance with the O, Office District is presented and approved by the planning director. 6. The trash enclosure is constructed with the same materials as the building. 7. The roof pitch is provided at a minimum 5:12. • ITEM 30. 2006-07-23: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the C-2, Commercial District to allow an on-sale alcohol establishment. Legal Description: South 44 feet of Lot 2, all of Lot 3, all of Lot 4, East 100 feet of Lot 5, East 1.5 feet of Lot 7, East 1.5 feet South 30 feet of Lot 8, All of Block 10, Braley’s 1st Addition. (301 S. Garfield Ave., Suite 7). APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. Approved for this applicant only. 2. Security management plan approved by police department. 3. Future signs or changes in existing sign panels for the subject establishment shall not have exposed neon or flashing lights that can be seen from residential uses in the neighborhood. 4. One-year review by City Planning Commission regarding code enforcement violations, police citations, existing hours of operation and neighborhood comments. • ITEM 31. 2006-07-25: FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN in Subarea B, Washington Crossing PD, Planned Development District, construct 2,300-square-foot bank with drive-up. Legal Description: Lot 3, Block 1 of Washington Crossing Addition (Sycamore Avenue between Sixth and Adams streets). APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. Signage must conform to the zoning regulations for the O, Office District. 2. A pedestrian pathway will be incorporated into the site plan providing safe pedestrian circulation from the public sidewalk to the front of the building. This pedestrian circulation will be approved by the transportation planner. 3. A revised landscaping plan depicting the storm water BMP is approved by the planning director. • ITEM 32. 2006-05-01: REZONE Unzoned land in Lincoln County to C-4, Planned Commercial District for future commercial development. Legal Description: Tract 1, Poulson’s Addition, Lincoln County (85th Street and Louise Avenue). APPROVED • ITEM 33. 2006-04-02: DEFERRED FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN in Subarea C, Judee Estates PD, Planned Development District to construct 38 town-home units. Legal Description: Lot 2A, Block 3, Judee Estates Addition, Lincoln County (Northstar Street and Lewis Avenue). DENIED • ITEM 34. 2006-06-24: REZONE RS-2 Residential District and South Dakota Land Co. Technology Park Planned Development District to the South Dakota Business Technology Park Planned Development District for the future development of industrial, commercial, office and residential uses. Legal Description: NE1/4 NW1/4 and W1/2 NW1/4 and W1/2 SW1/4 Section 12-101-50, Minnehaha County (Maple Street and Marion Road). APPROVED • ITEM 35. CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT MONITORING REPORT; APPROVED ITEM 36. ADJOURN; ADJOURNED AT 9:20 P.M. 2006-08-09
Airport BoardDraft minutes of meeting Aug. 24, 2006 The Sioux Falls Regional Airport Authority Board met at noon, Aug. 24, 2006, in the first-floor conference room of the Costello Terminal. For a list of approved bills, go to www.siouxfalls businessjournal.com. • 1. MINUTES; APPROVED. • 2. BILLS; APPROVED. • 3. CONSENT AGENDA; APPROVED: A. Approve $5,000 to Business Aviation for expenses to attend the NBAA. B. Approve bid of $48,251.70 from ASCO for general aviation apron seal coat. C. Approve $5,000 to the city of Sioux Falls for the golf course in lieu of lost rounds of golf due to the air show. D. Approve $2,500 to the Convention and Visitors Bureau for this year’s “Hunter’s Welcome” on Oct. 20, 2006. • 4. EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S REPORT: A. Sports Promotions request to pave the approach to its hangar at a cost of approximately $78,000. The authority requested that Sports Promotions pay for this over the next several years with an increase in yearly ground rent. As there has been no response, the board moved to defer this item. B. The cost to paint the T-hangars is $15,914.65. This item was deferred until another request to paint the hangars is received. C. HCMTI will be hired on a month-to-month basis to administer authority employee’s health insurance claims at a rate of $59.50 per month effective Oct. 1, 2006. • 5. OLD BUSINESS: Dan Swiden discussed the difficulty he and other pilots are having with UPS parking trailers and tugs in the way and not giving enough clearance for airplanes. Mike Marnach reported that when the resealing of the general aviation ramp is complete, new lines will be painted to keep UPS’ equipment out of the way of aircraft. The long-term goal is to provide additional paving. • 6. UPDATE ON PROJECTS: Wes Schon of Ulteig Engineers briefed the board on the completion of the parking lot lighting and camera system. New project is replacing 3-21 centerline lights for an estimated $260,000 of AIP money. • 7. SIXEL CONSULTING: Mark Sixel stated that he is talking with Frontier Airlines for possible service to Milwaukee on a Q400 70 passenger turboprop. Sixel suggested the board discuss a proposal for Frontier. • 8. SALE OF FLIGHT SCHOOL: Dale Froehlich requested the approval of the sale of the flight school to Richard Swarc of SD Air LLC. APPROVED. • 9. DISPOSABLE BOOTIES. The purchase of disposable booties to be made available at the checkpoint area was discussed. APPROVED. • 10. DEICING FLUID: Notice to bidders for deicing fluid. APPROVED. • MEETING ADJOURNED AT 1:12 P.M. Ck # Vendor Account Description Amount Date Paid 21983 Advanced Internet Solutions advertising $14.95 07/18/06 21984 AT&T telephone $73.72 " 21985 Burkhart, Jason id badge refund $15.00 " 21986 Chief of Police - Sioux Falls LEO's March-April $30,000.41 " 21987 City of Sioux Falls telephone;data processing $167.99 " 21988 Cliff Avenue Auto Parts machinery maintenance $76.62 " 21989 Cliff Avenue Upholstery building maintenance $15,000.00 " 21990 Coffman Associates aip #3-35-0040-35 #6 $24,072.00 " 21991 Eide Bailly accounting $1,200.00 " 21992 Fred the Fixer building maintenance $160.00 " 21993 G&R Controls climate control $867.30 " 21994 Hander Plumbing/Heating plumbing maintenance $91.84 " 21995 Industrial Television Services building maintenance $58.25 " 21996 Johnstone Supply climate control $43.15 " 21997 Malloy Electric Bearing Supply building maintenance $19.82 " 21998 Mike's Electric electrical maintenance $63.90 " 21999 Pomp's Tire Service tire repair $22.50 " 22000 Qwest telephone $892.25 " 22001 R&L Supply Ltd plumbing maintenance $567.53 " 22002 SD Department of Labor unemployment - Betzler $1,681.23 " 22003 SD Supplemental Retirement payroll deduction - $145.00 $- " 22004 Sioux Falls Two Way Radio radio repair $44.47 " 22005 Sioux Empire Fed Credit Union payroll deduction - $345.00 $- " 22006 Sioux Valley Hospital Brown, L medical $2,000.00 " 22007 Sixel Consulting advertising $3,802.67 " 22008 Tri-State Garage Door building maintenance $157.10 " 22009 Tractor Supply Co machinery maintenance $79.36 " 22010 VanDeMark Orthopedic Bauer, T medical $1,136.85 " 22011 void $- " 22012 Asphalt Surfacing Co aip# 3-46-0050-35 #1 $466,230.83 07/25/06 22013 Bauer, Tim insurance $45.55 " 22014 City of Sioux Falls telephone $24.80 " 22015 Coffman Associates aip #3-46-0050-35 #7 $46,016.00 " 22016 Construction Products building maintenance $129.42 " 22017 Goldsmith Heck Engineers engineering $368.00 " 22018 Green 4 Ever building maintenance $46.83 " 22019 Neopost office equipment maintenance $263.40 " 22020 Short Elliot Hendrickson aip #3-46-0050-35 #7 $7,238.99 " 22021 Tri-State Garage Door building maintenance $5,676.70 " 22022 Argus Leader June/July minutes $465.96 08/02/06 22023 Baete-Forseth other building maintenance $157.50 " 22024 Chemco janitorial supplies $303.18 " 22025 Fred the Fixer building maintenance $65.00 " 22026 G-2 Secure Staff June security $8,924.16 " 22027 Guardian dental insurance $361.47 " 22028 HSBC - Menards field maintenance $92.84 " 22029 MidAmerican Energy natural gas;other blding utilities $1,038.57 " 22030 R&L Supply Ltd plumbing maintenance $217.21 " 22031 South Dakota Retirement System payroll deduction - " 22032 South Dakota Supp Retirement payroll deduction - $145.00 $- " 22033 Sioux Falls Chamber of Commerce membership $396.40 " 22034 Sioux Empire Fed Credit Union payroll deductions - $345.00 $- " 22035 Sioux Valley Health Insurance payroll deductions - $ " 22036 Sioux Valley Wireless advertising $64.95 " 22037 Sixel Consulting advertising $1,515.00 " 22038 Standard Insurance Company insurance $378.75 " 22039 Traub, John clothing $122.34 " 22040 Verizon Wireless telephone $35.26 " 22041 AAA Travel Agency travel;Delta winner $2,790.30 08/10/06 22042 AIG Aviation insurance $1,150.33 " 22043 Builders Supply Company building maintenance $18.41 " 22044 Chemco. Inc. janitorial supplies $585.57 " 22045 Cliff Avenue Auto Parts machinery maintenance $18.60 " 22046 Diamond Vogel paint $524.35 " 22047 First Dakota Title building & structures $3,650,423.68 " 22048 Frisbee plumbing maintenance $104.22 " 22049 HDR aip #3-46-0050-35 #1 $18,951.26 " 22050 Heartland Paper Co janitorial supplies $516.51 " 22051 J.D. Evans Inc machinery maintenance $56.30 " 22052 Mexim Technologies aip #3-46-0050-35 #1 $4,822.00 " 22053 Midwest Alarm Co building maintenance $90.00 " 22054 Norberg Paints paint $49.20 " 22055 Petty Cash / Michael Marnach misc expenses $202.86 "" 22056 Sioux Falls Utilities electricity;other blding utilities $13,176.74 " 22057 Sioux Falls Utilities water/sewer;other blding utilities $2,157.55 " 22058 Tri-State Garage Door building maintenance $137.05 " 22059 Ulteig Engineers engineering $659.00 " 22060 Waste Management sanitation $187.15 " 22061 West Coast Sales field maintenance $385.93 " 22062 AT&T telephone $68.57 08/15/06 22063 Automatic Door Group building maintenance $264.72 " 22064 Blue Wire Technologies advertising $90.00 " 22065 Butler Machinery machinery maintenance $232.52 " 22066 Chemco, Inc janitorial supplies $198.46 " 22067 Cliff Avenue Auto Parts machinery maintenance $130.27 " 22068 Cliff Avenue Upholstery building maintenance $20,038.38 " 22069 Dakota Riggers machinery maintenance $60.00 " 22070 Dex Media telephone $20.60 " 22071 Heartland Paper Co machinery maintenance $170.60 " 22072 In The News misc expenses $175.00 " 22073 Interstate Office Products office supplies $161.51 " 22074 McFarland Supply Co janitorial supplies $194.63 " 22075 MidWestern Mechanical Inc machinery $13,360.00 " 22076 Mike's Electric electrical maintenance $450.76 " 22077 Muth Electric parking lot upgrade 3F $62,899.45 " 22078 Myrl & Roys Paving field maintenance $79.18 " 22079 Pfeiffer, Hofer & Associates accounting $106.25 " 22080 Qwest telephone $653.19 " 22081 Roto Rooter plumbing maintenance $77.00 " 22082 SD Supplemental Retirement payroll deductions - $145.00 $- " 22083 Short Elliot Hendrickson aip #3-45-0050-35 #8 $1,744.56 " 22084 Sioux Falls Federal Credit Union payroll deductions - $345.00 $- " 22085 Sixel Consulting advertising $3,342.00 " 22086 Wheelco machinery maintenance $39.79 " 22087 Workplace Sound building maintenance $75.00 " TOTAL $4,424,127.47 " Payroll pay period ending 07/03/06 $16,487.52 08/04/06 pay period ending 08/13/06 $16,501.03 08/18/06 $32,988.55 1616 Standard Parking management fee June $31,176.94 07/25/06 1617 Standard Parking management fee July $28,452.68 08/15/06 $59,629.62 2006-08-30
City and County Planning Commission MinutesAug. 28, 2006 The Sioux Falls and Minnehaha County planning commissions met at 7 p.m. Monday, Aug. 28, 2006, in the Commission Room of the Minnehaha County Administration Building, 415 N. Dakota Ave. CONSENT AGENDA; APPROVED • ITEM 1. MINUTES of the July 24, 2006, meeting; APPROVED • ITEM 2. JOINT ZONING ORDINANCE AMENDMENT #06-21 to amend the A-1 Agricultural and RC Recreation/Conservation District by regulating the placement of agricultural buildings. Petitioner – Planning departments Report by: Pat Herman Staff Analysis The County Planning Department is proposing a text amendment to the A-1 Agricultural and R/C Recreation/Conservation Districts of the Joint Zoning Ordinance. The text amendment focuses on the allowance of agricultural/storage buildings. In both districts agriculture is a permissive use. The permissive use section, titled as follows, allows for a building or premises to be used for agriculture. 3.02 & 13.02 PERMISSIVE USES. A building or premises shall be permitted to be used for the following purposes in the A-1 Agricultural District It has been the practice of the Planning Department to deny the issuance of a building permit for a storage building on bare ground unless the property was 40 acres or larger and the building was to be used for agricultural purposes. Many of the applicants applying for a storage building, farm property in abundance of 160 acres or run feeding and dairy operations. In this instance the building is needed for agricultural purposes. As the population of the County has grown, there has been an increase in the number of applications for storage buildings in the rural area. There are numerous requests from people who have purchased lots of 10 acres or less for a house but wish to have a storage building on the property until such time as they are ready to begin construction, be it in 6 months or 3 years. For those properties clearly intended for residential use, the ordinance is absolute in prohibiting a storage/accessory building until the main building, the house, is under construction. The issue becomes cloudy in dealing with large parcels in the 20-35 acre range. The Planning Department is faced with numerous claims as to how the storage building will be used for agricultural purposes. Typically, a landowner will apply to put up a storage building for their own property – a boat, RV, cars etc. When told that a personal storage building is not allowed, land owners then claim a storage building is needed for their horses, but after construction horses never appear on the property. Other property owners have claimed they are hay farmers but only produce two bales a year. Storage buildings on bare ground are an enforcement issue for the County as the buildings are rented out like storage units or for commercial businesses. Both of theses uses, storage units and a commercial business such as automotive repair, require commercial zoning. In consultation with the Office of the State’s Attorney, it was determined that the public would be better served if the zoning ordinance clearly specified when an agricultural storage building was allowed. The underlined text would be added to both the A-1 Agricultural and RC Recreation/Conservation Districts. 3.02 & 13.02 PERMISSIVE USES. A building or premises shall be permitted to be used for the following purposes in the A-1 Agricultural District: (a). Agriculture. A building for the storage of agricultural equipment or products shall be allowed provided the following conditions have been met: 1) Ownership of contiguous parcel(s) of not less than forty (40) acres. 2) The property’s principal use is devoted to agriculture. 3) At least 33.33 percent of the total family gross income of the owner is derived from the pursuit of agriculture. Allowing contiguous properties to be combined to equal 40 acres takes into account those parcels which may be divided by roads, rivers, railroads or other obstructions which would cause the property to be recorded as separate legal descriptions. The figure for the third requirement, gross family income, is duplicated from the state regulations used to define land for agricultural tax purposes. This regulation is already used by the County Equalization Office. Any property owner who cannot satisfy the specified requirements does have grounds for appeal. As this is a permitted use, the owner would have to submit an application for an appeal of an administration decision and appear before the Zoning Board of Adjustment. Recommendation The Planning Department believes zoning text amendment #06-21 will assist the public in determining the placement of agricultural used storage buildings and recommends approval of the amendment. APPROVED • ITEM 3. CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT #06-60 to allow an additional twelve outdoor runs at an existing dog kennel. Legal Description – Lot 2 Veenker’s Addition in Section 18-T101N-R48W Location – 6701 E. Madison St., one-half mile east of Sioux Falls Petitioner – Gerald Geraets WITHDRAWN BY PETITIONER 2006-09-13
City Planning CommissionDraft minutes of meeting Sept. 6, 2006 (Bold italics indicates items to go to Council.) The City Planning Commission met at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 6, 2006, at Carnegie Town Hall, 235 W. 10th St. ITEMS RECEIVED AND FILED • None. APPROVAL OF CONSENT AGENDA ITEMS 1-5; 7-18 and 20-21 ARE APPROVED AS CONSENT ITEMS. ITEMS 19, 22 and 23 ARE MOVED TO THE REGULAR AGENDA AT THE REQUEST OF A MEMBER OF THE AUDIENCE. ITEM 6 IS REMOVED FROM THE AGENDA FOR LACK OF FILING THE REQUIRED AFFIDAVIT OF POSTING. CONSENT AGENDA ITEMS 19, 22 AND 23 ARE ADDED TO THE BEGINNING OF THE REGULAR AGENDA. ITEM 33 IS REMOVED FROM THE AGENDA FOR LACK OF FILING THE REQUIRED AFFIDAVIT OF POSTING. ITEM 28 IS DEFERRED BY THE APPLICANT. THE REGULAR AGENDA IS APPROVED WITH THESE CHANGES. • ITEM 1. APPROVAL OF AUG. 2, 2006 MINUTES OF REGULAR MEETING APPROVED • ITEM 2. PLATS APPROVED • ITEM 3. 2006-06-19: FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN in Subarea B, Thelin Business Center Planned Development District to allow construction of a day care center and office/warehouse. Legal Description: To be platted as Lots 1 and 2, Block 3, Thelin Business Park Addition, Minnehaha County (Louise Avenue and Cayman Street). APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. Trash and recyclable enclosures are constructed of materials the same as the main building. 2. The trees are provided at the sizing indicated on the landscape schedule (ash 2.5 inches; maple 2 inches) 3. A pedestrian walkway is provided on both sites connecting the public sidewalk with the front of the building and is approved by the transportation planner. 4. All lighting fixtures will provide downward throw of light. Trespass of light will not be allowed above the horizontal plane. • ITEM 4. 2006-06-20: FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN in Subarea B, Thelin Business Center Planned Development District to construct a retail trade and service building and a convenience store with gas dispensing. Legal Description: To be platted as Lots 1 and 2, Block 2, Thelin Business Park Addition, Minnehaha County (Benson Road and Louise Avenue). APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. Trash enclosures are constructed of materials the same as the main building. 2. The trees are provided at the sizing indicated on the landscape schedule (ash 2.5 inches; maple 2 inches) • ITEM 5. 2006-06-21: FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN in Subarea C, Lalley Estates PD to allow construction of a convenience store with fuel dispensing and car wash. Legal Description: To be platted as Lot 1, Block 4, Lalley Estates Addition, Minnehaha County (northwest corner of Marion Road and Madison Street). APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATION: 1. Canopy lights are to be fully recessed with downward throw. • ITEM 6. 2006-07-31: MINOR AMENDMENT to Subarea C, Lalley Estates PD, Planned Development District to allow an on-sale alcohol establishment. Legal Description: Block 4, Aspen Heights Addition, Minnehaha County (Madison and Marion Road). DEFERRED FOR POSTING • ITEM 7. 2006-07-15: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the C-2, General Commercial District to allow on-sale alcohol establishment in a commercial development on a site greater than one acre in size. Legal Description: S. 110’ Tract 3; Tract 5 Except W. 66’ and Except S. 146.29’ thereof; All in NW1/4 NE1/4 Section 23-101-50, Minnehaha County (520 S. Valley View Road). APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. Security management plan approved by the Police Department. 2. Approval for this applicant only. 3. Revise site plan to show public sidewalk. 4. The free-standing sign allowed is to be a monument-style sign and located in the northern portion of the front yard. 5. Exposed neon or lighted wall signage facing south is not allowed. 6. Wall materials on all sides of the building shall be the same as those used on the street side. • ITEM 8. 2006-07-30: REZONE I-1, Light Industrial District to the C-2, General Commercial District to allow commercial expansion including a parking lot. Legal Description: Lots 9A, 10 and 11, Block 1, Except N. 7’, Mostrum’s 1st Addition, Minnehaha County (1219 E. Rice St.). APPROVED • ITEM 9. 2006-07-32: MINOR AMENDMENT to Subarea D, River Crossing PD, Planned Development District to allow parking in a side yard. Legal Description: Lots 2 and 3, Block 2, Van Buskirk Addition, Lincoln County (5105 S. Crossing Place). APPROVED • ITEM 10. 2006-08-01: REZONE from AG, Agricultural to the RS-2, Residential District to allow single-family land uses. Legal Description: Lots 23-25, Block 1 and Lots 1-5, Block 3 in James Addition; Tracts 35 & 36 and the E160’ S352.5 N763.8’ N1/2 NW1/4; all in Section 34-101-50, Minnehaha County (Grinell Avenue at 42nd and 44th streets). APPROVED • ITEM 11. 2006-08-02: FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN in Subarea E, Prairie Hills South Planned Development District to construct a multitenant commercial building. Legal Description: Lot 6B and 8A, Block 5, Prairie Hills Addition, Lincoln County (southwest corner of 69th Street and Western Avenue). APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. Provide sidewalks along Western Avenue and along 69th Street. 2. Provide a pedestrian path from the building to public sidewalk. • ITEM 12. 2006-08-03: REZONE from the RS-2, Residential District to the S, Institutional District to allow campus expansion. Legal Description: Lots A, B and C, Grantham Subdivision of Lots 1 and 2, Block 25, University 2nd Addition; Lot 3, Block 23 University 2nd Addition, Minnehaha County (29th Street and Summit Avenue). APPROVED • ITEM 13. 2006-08-07: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT to allow expansion of a nonconforming use in the C-2, General Commercial District. Legal Description: Holcomb’s Tract No. 2 in the N 1/2 of the NE 1/4 Section 31-102-49, Minnehaha County (2901 W. 60th St. N.). APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATION: 1. Provide screened trash enclosure with the proposed project. • ITEM 14. 2006-08-09: REZONE from the Yankton Trails Planned Development District to the RS-2, Residential and the RD, Residential Districts to reflect current land uses. Legal Description: RS-2, Residential: Block 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and Lots 1-10, Block 7, Old Yankton Trail Estates Addition; RD, Residential: Lots 11, 12, 13A, 13B, 14A, 14B, Block 7, and Lot 1, Block 8, Old Yankton Trail Estates Addition, all in Lincoln County (Old Yankton Road and Ralph Rogers Road). APPROVED • ITEM 15. 2006-08-10: REZONE from the Meadow Lark Estates Planned Development District to the O, Office District to reflect current land uses. Legal Description: LOTS 1, 2, 3, 4A, 4B, 5A, 6, Block 1, Yankton Trails Professional Park Addition, Lincoln County (Old Yankton Road and 57th Street). APPROVED • ITEM 16. 2006-08-11: REZONE from the Crystal Springs Planned Development District to the O, Office District to reflect current land uses. Legal Description: RC, Recreation/Conservation: Lots 1, Block 1, P1, P2, P3 and P4, Rolling Hills Estates Addition, Tract 1, Rolling Hills Estates Addition: O, Office: Lots 1 and 2, Block 1; Lots 1 and 2 Block 2, Crystal Springs Addition and those unplatted portions of Section 8 and 9, south of Lot 2, Block 1, Crystal Springs Addition; Lots 1, 8A, 7A, 6A, 5, 4 Oakbrooke Addition; Lot 2A, Anderson Moss Addition all in Lincoln County (57th Street and Tennis Lane). APPROVED • ITEM 17. 2006-08-12: MAJOR AMENDMENT to the Sycamore Project Planned Development District to allow a day-care center. Legal Description: S. 181.1' N 334.1' W210.3' SW1/4 SW1/4 Section 24-101-49, Minnehaha County (1508 S. Sycamore Ave.). APPROVED • ITEM 18. 2006-08-13: MINOR AMENDMENT in the Celebrate Community Church Planned Development District to allow temporary parking surfacing for a maximum of two years. Legal Description: Block 13, Sycamore East Addition, Minnehaha County (1000 S. Sycamore Ave.). APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATION: 1. A BMP is required because the site is over two acres and new impervious area is planned. Design for impervious surfacing and waive requirement for two years with no additional requests for surfacing being considered until paved. • ITEM 20. 2006-08-15: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the C-2, General Commercial District to allow an on-sale alcohol establishment. Legal Description: Tract C, East 10th Street Addition, Minnehaha County (3224 E. 10th St.). APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. Security management plan approved by the Police Department. 2. Approved for this applicant only. • ITEM 21. 2006-08-21: MAJOR AMENDMENT in Subarea A, Thelin Business Center PD to allow expansion of Subarea B land uses. Legal Description: E. 250' of Block 11, Thelin Estates Addition, Minnehaha County (Benson Road and Cayman Street). APPROVED REGULAR AGENDA • ITEM 19. 2006-08-14: FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN in Subarea B, 57th Street West Planned Development District to construct a dance studio/ cheer headquarters. Legal Description: To be platted as Lot 6, Block 3, Rolling Hills Subdivision, Lincoln County (59th Street and Arizona Avenue). DEFERRED • ITEM 22. 2006-08-27: REZONE from the RS-2, Residential District to the RD, Residential District to allow development of four-plexes. Legal Description: Lots 1-5, Block 3, Timberline Estates Addition, Minnehaha County (Third Street and Archer Drive). APPROVED • ITEM 23. 2006-08-25: PRELIMINARY SUBDIVISION PLAN for the Sioux Empire Estates Addition in the RS-2, Residential District to allow a single-family residential subdivision. Legal Description: Tract A in Block 5 of Meadow Ridge Addition, Minnehaha County (Sixth Street and Valley View Road). APPROVED • ITEM 24. 2006-08-19: REZONE from the C-2, General Commercial District to the C-3, Central Business District to allow expansion of downtown. Legal Description: Lots 5, 6, 7, 8, and 9 in Block 3 of J.L. Phillips Addition, Minnehaha County (Ninth Street and Minnesota Avenue). APPROVED • ITEM 25. 2006-08-20: DESIGN REVIEW in the Downtown Design Review District to allow construction of an office building. Legal Description: Lots 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9 in Block 3 of JL Phillips Addition, Minnehaha County (Ninth Street and Minnesota Avenue). APPROVED • ITEM 26. 2006-08-04: MINOR AMENDMENT in Subarea A, Sioux Valley Hospital Planned Development District to allow a reduced front yard setback from 25 feet to 10 feet along Lake Avenue, between 18th and 20th streets. Legal Description: Hayward’s Addition, Block 4 and 5, Minnehaha County (1305 W. 18th St.). APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATION: 1. A clear and safe pedestrian path connects the parking lot with the public sidewalks approved by the transportation planner. • ITEM 27. 2006-08-26: FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN in Subaera C, Westwood Valley Planned Development District to construct town houses. Legal Description: Lot 4A and 6A, Block 1, Westwood Valley Addition, Minnehaha County (32nd Street and Tea-Ellis Road). APPROVED • ITEM 28. 2006-07-02: PRELIMINARY SUBDIVISION PLAN for the Whispering Woods Addition, to allow a residential subdivision. Legal Description: Government Lots 2, 3 and 4 except Sheilds 1st and 2nd Addition; Tract 1 Florence Addition, N1/2 Government lot & NW 1/4 SE1/4 Section 7-100-49, Lincoln County (57th Street and Bahnson). DEFERRED BY THE APPLICATION • ITEM 29. 2006-07-33: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the C-2, General Commercial District to allow a C-store with gas dispensing and a car wash. Legal Description: Lots 12, 13, 14, 16, 17, 18 and 19, Block 1, Southern Addition and Lot H1 thereof, Minnehaha County (northwest corner of 33rd Street and Minnesota Avenue). APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. Revise site plan to include a minimum front yard setback of 10 feet from future street right-of-way of 40 feet from centerline. 2. Canopy lights should be fully recessed with downward throw. 3. The trash enclosure is to be a solid wall with materials similar to the C-store and car wash. • ITEM 30. 2006-08-08: FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN IN Subarea C, Judee Estates Planned Development District to construct town-home units, maximum four attached, 31 total units. Legal Description: That portion of Lot 2A, Block 3 Judee Estates Addition, south of Swiden Place, Lincoln County (Northstar Street and Lewis Avenue). APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. Provide public access easement to Judee Park on Swiden Place from Northstar Street. 2. Issues relating to storm water discharge into conservation easement must be resolved with Northern Prairies Land Trust prior to building permit issuance. • ITEM 31. 2006-08-05: FUTURE LAND USE PLAN AMENDMENT changing an allocation of future land use from single family, multifamily, Office/Institiutional and Commercial to an allocation of Commercial land uses. Legal Description: All that part of the S 1/2 NE1/4 lying north of the railroad row, except Jurgensen’s Tract 1 contained therein, Section 19-101-48; all that part of the N 1/2 NE1/4 Section 19-101-48 north of the railroad row, except Tract A contained there in; that part of Tract 1 of NW 1/4 lying North of railraod row in Section 1-101-48; SE 1/4 SW1/4 of Section 18 also known as the S1/2 of Government Lot 1 in the SW 1/4 of Section 18-101-48, Tract A of CAS of the NE 1/4 NE1/4 of Section 19-101-48; Jurgensen’s Tract 1 in the S 1/2 of the NE 1/4 of Section 1-101-48; that portion of the abandoned Illinois Central Gulf railroad row, 100 feet in width, lying wihin the NW 1/4 NW 1/4, and the NE 1/4 NW1/4, and the NW1/4 NE 1/4, and SW 1/4 NE 1/4, and SE1/4 NE 1/4, and NE1/4 SE1/4 of Section 19-101-48 except mineral rights as reserved in book 392 of deeds on page 1015 and in book 393 of deeds on page 98, all in Minnehaha County (Powderhouse Road and South Dakota Highway 42). DEFERRED • ITEM 32. 2006-08-06: Future Land Use Plan amendment allowing for a change in land use allocation from Single Family Residential and Parks and Open Space, Rivers and Lakes and Drainageways and Wetlands to include additional future land uses of Single Family Residential and Parks & Open spaces. Legal Description: Lot 2 of Iverson Tract A, an addition in the SW 1/4 Section 21-101-48 and NW1/4 NW1/4 and the NE1/4 and the N 1/2 SE 1/4 and the N 1/2 SE 14 of Section 20-101-48, all in Minnehaha County, except Lot 1 of Eitreim’s Tract No. 1 contained therein and except Tracts 1 and 4 of Willow Run Addition contained therein, all in Minnehaha County (Six Mile Road and South Dakota Highway 42, Arrowhead Parkway). APPROVED • ITEM 33. 2006-08-22: FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN in Subarea A, 57th Street West Planned Development District to construct a motor vehicle display and sales establishment. Legal Description: Lot 4, Block 5, Rolling Hills Subdivision, Lincoln County (Grand Circle). DEFERRED • ITEM 34. 2006-08-23: PRELIMINARY SUBDIVISION PLAN in the RS-2, Residential District to allow a residential subdivision. Legal Description: Portion of the N1/2 of Section 30-101-48, Minnehaha County (east of Highway 11 and south of 26th Street). APPROVED • ITEM 35. 2006-08-24: REZONE from Ag, Agricultural to the RS-2, Residential and the RC, Recreation/Conservation Districts to allow single-family development. Legal Description: Portions of the N1/2 of Section 30-101-48, per zoning plan exhibit, Minnehaha County (southeast corner of South Dakota Highway 11 and 26th Street). APPROVED • ITEM 36. AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF SIOUX FALLS AMENDING THE CODE OF ORDINANCES BY AMENDING STANDARDS FOR CONDITIONAL USE SITE PLANS. APPROVED • ITEM 37. ADJOURN 2006-09-13
Airport BoardDraft minutes of meeting Sept. 28, 2006 The Sioux Falls Regional Airport Authority Board met at noon, Sept. 28, 2006, in the first-floor conference room of the Costello Terminal. For a list of approved bills, go to www.siouxfalls businessjournal.com • 1. MINUTES of Aug. 24, 2006, meeting; APPROVED. • 2. BILLS; APPROVED. • 3. CONSENT AGENDA; APPROVED. A. Budget increase of $10,000 to advertise with the Sioux Falls Skyforce. B. Engage Eide Bailly for financial audit services for the years ended 2006 and 2007 not to exceed amounts of $13,500 and $14,250, respectively. • 4. EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S REPORT: A. Negotiations are under way with UPS to pay for a parking ramp for their trailers adjacent to the east cargo ramp. B. The authority replaced burned-out light bulbs and cleaned the carpet for Air Wisconsin in its loading bridge after complaints from travelers. • 5. OLD BUSINESS: A private individual incurred some damage to his vehicle when he drove through a construction pothole on Jaycee Lane. Neil Schmid moved and Mark Griffin seconded to reimburse the individual should the construction company refuse to do so. Motion carried. • 6. WORTHINGTON AVIATION: Worthington Aviation is looking to relocate their aircraft maintenance facility from Minneapolis. They have asked the airports in Duluth, Rochester and Sioux Falls to submit proposals for a 45,000- square-foot maintenance facility. The maintenance hangar would bring 60 to 65 jobs initially, growing to 100 jobs. They would also need about 80,000 square feet of ramp space, taxiway access, a parking lot and five acres of land. There was discussion of enlisting the aid of the governor and mayor in making a proposal to Worthington Aviation. Neil Schmid moved and Mark Griffin seconded to propose a building under a 25-year, fully amortizable lease at 6.5 percent with rate reviews every five years. It is estimated that Worthington Aviation would need a $4 million building. The authority would provide a ramp, taxiway access and a parking lot if Federal Airport Improvement Program money is available. Motion carried. • 7. COLLATERAL ASSIGNMENT: Neil Schmid moved and Bill Dougherty seconded to make a collateral assignment on the Business Aviation terminal and hangar to CorTrust Bank. Motion carried. • 8. SALE OF CREATIVE HOST: Mark Griffin moved and Bill Dougherty seconded approval of the transfer of the Creative Host concession lease to Select Service Partners. Motion carried. • 9. RECOGNITION OF MARK GRIFFIN AND NEIL SCHMID: Mark Griffin and Neil Schmid were recognized for their years of service to the Sioux Falls Regional Airport as they leave the board with the expiration of their terms. • MEETING ADJOURNED AT 12:43 P.M. Ck # Vendor Account Description Amount Date Paid 22088 Asphalt Surfacing aip #3-46-0050-35 #2 $259,101.12 08/24/06 22089 Cascade Subscription membership $53.00 " 22090 Dex Media East telephone $21.94 " 22091 Mike's Electric electrical maintenance $259.83 " 22092 Otis Elevator building maintenance $1,679.40 " 22093 Qwest telephone $236.91 " 22094 SD Supplemental Retirement payroll deduction - $145.00 $- " 22095 Standard Insurance insurance $378.75 " 22096 Yellow Cab misc expense - Air Show $45.00 " 22097 thru $- 09/08/06 22136 VOID $- " 22137 All Phase Electric electrical maintenance $306.12 " 22138 Argus Leader printing - July Minutes $175.24 " 22139 Automatic Door Group building maintenance $269.27 " 22140 thru $- " 22143 void $- " 22144 Builders Supply Co building maintenance $11.85 " 22145 Campbell Supply plumbing maintenance $17.98 " 22146 Chemco janitorial supplies $864.12 " 22147 Coffman Associates aip #3-46-0050-35 #8 $30,881.00 " 22148 Creative Host July/August board meetings $61.27 " 22149 Crescent Electric electrical maintenance $1,285.22 " 22150 thru $- " 22158 void $- " 22159 Daves Small Engine Repair machinery maintenance $23.98 " 22160 FedEx postage $7.67 " 22161 FMC Technologies building maintenance $235.32 " 22162 G-2 Secure Staff July security $9,367.40 " 22163 Guardian insurance $361.47 " 22164 HDR aip #-3-46-0050-35 #2 $33,844.96 " 22165 Interstate Office Products office supplies $86.00 " 22166 Janitor's Closet janitorial supplies $658.65 " 22167 JD Evans rescue and fire fighting $42.24 " 22168 Kone Inc building maintenance $105.78 " 22169 MacArthur Co building maintenance $51.64 " 22170 thru $- " 22178 Void $- " 22179 Malloy Electric Bearing building maintenance $89.00 " 22180 Marnach. Mike advertising $288.21 " 22181 Maxim Technologies aip #-3-46-0050-35 #2 $2,856.00 " 22182 MidAmerican Energy natural gas;other building utilities $254.95 " 22183 Muth Electric security cameras $53,473.50 " 22184 Myrl & Roy's Paving Inc field maintenance $55.50 " 22185 Otis Elevator building maintenance $3,433.12 " 22186 Pomp's Tire Service tires $98.50 " 22187 SD Chamber of Commerce dues $340.00 " 22188 SD Retirement System payroll deduction - $2607.33 $2,585.01 " 22189 Sioux Falls Utilities electricity;other blding utilities $16,090.49 " 22190 Sioux Falls Utilities water/sewer;other blding utilities $2,256.73 " 22191 Sioux Empire Fed Credit Union payroll deduction - $345.00 $- " 22192 Sioux Empire United Way payroll deduction - $506.60 $- " 22193 Sioux Valley Health Insurance payroll deduction - $954.66 $5,445.43 " 22194 Sioux Vallley Wireless advertising $64.95 " 22195 Tractor Supply Company field maintenance $229.47 " 22196 Van's Auto Electric machinery maintenance $110.00 " 22197 Verizon Wireless telephone $30.14 " 22198 thu $- 09/12/06 22200 void $- " 22201 Heartland Paper janitorial supplies $552.75 " 22202 Sioux Empire Baseball Assn advertising $200.00 " 22203 Tornow, Theresa miscellaneous $15.00 " 22204 Ulteig Engineers security enhancements $3,999.80 " 22205 void $- 09/20/06 22206 void $- " 22207 A-1 Septic Tank sewer $115.00 " 22208 Advertising Arts office supplies $42.00 " 22209 All City Pet Care field maintenance $36.92 " 22210 VOID $- " 22211 Batteries Plus office supplies $10.96 " 22212 Business Aviation advertising $5,000.00 " 22213 Chemco janitorial supplies $126.70 " 22214 Cliff Avenue Upholstery building maintenance $813.00 " 22215 Construction Products machinery maintenance $78.00 " 22216 Crescent Electric electrical supplies $127.63 " 22217 FedEx postage $27.77 " 22218 Grainger machinery maintenance $161.92 " 22219 Howes Oil gasoline $3,883.50 " 22220 Interstate Office Products office supplies $174.11 " 22221 Iron Gate Gallery building maintenance $324.77 " 22222 Key Staffing temporary labor $511.16 " 22223 Lynn Peavey office supplies $79.71 " 22224 Malloy Electric Bearing machinery maintenance $7.18 " 22225 MidWest Alarm security;building maintenance $1,654.55 " 22226 Midwestern Mechanical plumbing maintenance $86.02 " 22227 Mike's Electric electrical maintenance $1,539.78 " 22228 Peska Construction hangar construction $2,857.15 " 22229 Pride Neon Sign building maintenance $125.00 " 22230 Qwest telephone $891.33 " 22231 Roto Rooter plumbing maintenance $123.00 " 22232 SD Supplemental Retirement payroll deduction - $145.00 $- " 22233 Sioux Falls Convention/Visitors advertising $2,500.00 " 22234 Sioux Empire Fed Credit Union payroll deductions - $345.00 $- " 22235 Sixel Consulting advertising $3,380.00 " 22236 Swift Contractors building maintenance $1,666.36 " 22237 Team Marketing office supplies $235.00 " 22238 Van's Auto Electric machinery maintenance $20.00 " 22239 Waste Management sanitation $230.15 " 22240 Workplace Sound/Technology building maintenance $75.00 " Total $459,805.35 Payroll pay period ending 08/27/06 $16,418.48 09/01/06 pay period ending 09/10/06 $15,796.48 09/15/06 $32,214.96 2006-10-11
City Planning CommissionDraft Minutes of Meeting Oct. 4, 2006 (Bold italics indicates items to go to Council.) The City Planning Commission met at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 4, 2006, at Carnegie Town Hall, 235 W. 10th St. ITEMS RECEIVED AND FILED • None. APPROVAL OF CONSENT AGENDA ITEMS 1-10 and 12 ARE APPROVED AS CONSENT ITEMS. ITEM 13 IS MOVED TO THE LAST ITEM ON THE REGULAR AGENDA AT THE REQUEST OF A PLANNING COMMISSIONER. ITEM 11 IS DEFERRED FOR REQUIRED NOTIFICATION OF AFFECTED PROPERTY OWNERS. CONSENT AGENDA • ITEM 1. APPROVAL OF SEPT. 6, 2006, MINUTES OF REGULAR MEETING APPROVED • ITEM 2. PLATS APPROVED • ITEM 3. 2006-07-31: MINOR AMENDMENT to Subarea C, Lalley Estates PD, Planned Development District to allow an on-sale alcohol |establishment. Legal Description: To be platted as shown in Exhibit A, Minnehaha County (northwest corner of Madison Street and Marion Road). APPROVED WITH FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. Security management plan approved by the Police Department. 2. Approved for this applicant only. • ITEM 4. 2006-09-02: REZONE AG, Agricultural District to RS-1, Residential District to construct a single-family residence. Legal Description: Lots 1 and 2, Tract 1, Stephenson Addition in E1/2 NE1/4 Section 21-100-50, Lincoln County (47279 85th St.). APPROVED • ITEM 5. 2006-09-10: PRELIMINARY SUBDIVISION PLAN for the Arbor’s Edge Addition to allow residential development. Legal Description: Lot 2 of Iverson Tract A, an addition in the SW1/4, Section 21-101-48; NE1/4 NW1/4 and the NE1/4 and the N1/2 SE1/4 all in Section 20-101-49, except Lot 1 of Eitreim’s Tract No. 1 contained therein and except tracts 1 and 4 of Willow Run Addition contain there in, per exhibits labeled sheets 16 & 17, Minnehaha County (10th Street, one-quarter mile east of Six Mile Road). APPROVED WITH FOLLOWING STIPULATION: 1. The plan is to be signed by the city engineer before the next public hearing by the City Council. • ITEM 6. 2006-09-08: REZONE AG, Agricultural and RC, Recreation/Conservation Districts to the RD, and RS-2, Residential Districts and to the RC, Recreation/Conservation District to allow various residential densities for development. Legal Description: Lot 2 of Iverson Tract A, an addition in the SW1/4, Section 21-101-48; NE1/4 NW1/4 and the NE1/4 and the N1/2 SE1/4 all in Section 20-101-49, except Lot 1 of Eitreim’s Tract No. 1 contained therein and except tracts 1 and 4 of Willow Run Addition contain therein, Minnehaha County (10th Street, one-quarter mile east of Six Mile Road). APPROVED • ITEM 7. 2006-09-12: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the C-3, Central Business District to allow for a drive-up window and off-street parking farther than 600 feet from the lot for which it is required. Legal Description: Lots 5, 6, 7, 8, and 9 in Block 3 JL Phillips Addition, Minnehaha County (Ninth Street and Minnesota Avenue). APPROVED WITH FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. Upon occupancy of the office building, a written lease is provided for the required number of off-street parking spaces not provided on-site. The time period of the lease shall be perpetual, although the location may vary from year to year. This condition will not apply if the applicant is granted a variance from the Board of Adjustments. 2. Bollards are provided on the western edge of the pedestrian walkway. • ITEM 8. 2006-09-13: MINOR AMENDMENT to Subarea A, Prairie Meadows PD, Planned Development District to approve hours of business for on-sale alcohol establishment. Legal Description: Lots 5 and 7, Block 8, Prairie Meadows Second Addition, Lincoln County (69th Street and Minnesota Avenue). APPROVED WITH FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. A security management plan is approved by the crime prevention officer. 2. The application is valid for this tenant space only. • ITEM 9. 2006-09-15: FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN in Subarea A, Interstate Crossings Business Park Planned Development District to allow construction of an office building. Legal Description: Lots 1 and 2, Block 4 of Interstate Crossing Business Park Addition, Lincoln County (South of Solberg Avenue between 58th and 59th streets). APPROVED WITH FOLLOWING STIPULATION: 1. Landscaping schedule for planting materials and numbers to be constructed as presented at the public hearing; planting locations can be adjusted. • ITEM 10. 2006-09-19: FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN in Subarea B, SD Business Technology Park PD, Planned Development District to construct a multitenant office building. Legal Description: To be platted as Lot 1, Block 2, SD Business Technology Park Addition, Minnehaha County (Career Avenue and Research Drive). APPROVED WITH FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. Five trees are planted in the boulevard as required by the subarea regulations. 2. The sidewalks are installed other than at the back of the curb. 3. The trash enclosure is constructed of materials similar to the building. 4. The area will be required to be platted before building permit issuance. • ITEM 11. 2006-09-03: FUTURE LAND USE AMENDMENT allowing an change in future allocations of single family, multifamily, industrial/economic development, parks and open spaces, and commercial to office/institutional, and parks and open spaces. Legal Description: NW1/4 Section 36-102-50 less Lots H2, H3, H4, H5, H6 and H7 thereof, and Lot A in NE1/4 Section 36-102-50; Lot C and Lot D in NE1/4 Section 36-102-50. Minnehaha County (south of Highway 38, east of Marion Road, west of Interstate 29 and north of 54th Street). DEFERRED • ITEM 12. AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF SIOUX FALLS, S.D., AMENDING THE REVISED ORDINANCES OF THE CITY BY REVISING THE ALLOWABLE SIGN AREA OF MENU SIGNS. APPROVED REGULAR AGENDA • ITEM 14. 2006-08-14: FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN in Subarea B, 57th Street West Planned Development District to construct a dance studio/cheer headquarters. Legal Description: To be platted as lot 6, Block 3, Rolling Hills Subdivision, Lincoln County (59th Street and Arizona Avenue). APPROVED WITH FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. Sidewalks in both 59th Street and Arizona Avenue before occupancy. A pedestrian pathway extending from the public sidewalk to the front of the building. 2. Building and parking lot light fixtures provide downward throw of light. 3. Planting of the submitted landscaping schedule with eight trees on the northeast side of property. • ITEM 15. 2006-09-01: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the I-1, Light Industrial District to allow a 672-square-foot off-premise sign. Legal Description: Tract 2, Tipler’s First Addition, Minnehaha County (1321 N. Cleveland Ave.). APPROVED WITH FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. A plan shall be provided for tree removal indicating removal of no more existing trees than those between the proposed sign and the Interstate 229 right-of-way. 2. If existing trees are removed between the sign and the I-229 right-of-way, a 25-foot landscaped setback shall be provided along the I-229 right-of-way that includes at least five under-story ornamental trees and grass ground cover. 3. The applicant is to verify to city zoning and building services that the proposed sign is at least 600 feet away from the next nearest off-premise sign. • ITEM 16. 2006-08-05: FUTURE LAND USE PLAN AMENDMENT changing an allocation of future land use from single family, multifamily, office/institutional and commercial to an allocation of commercial land uses. Legal Description: All that part of the S 1/2 NE1/4 lying north of the railroad right of way, except Jurgensen’s Tract 1 contained therein, Section 19-101-48; all that part of the N 1/2 NE1/4 Section 19-101-48 north of the railroad right of way, except Tract A contained therein; that part of Tract 1 of NW 1/4 lying north of railroad right of way in Section 1-101-48; SE 1/4 SW1/4 of Section 18 AKA the S1/2 of Government Lot 1 in the SW 1/4 of Section 18-101-48, Tract A of CAS of the NE 1/4 NE1/4 of Section 19-101-48; Jurgensen’s Tract 1 in the S 1/2 of the NE 1/4 of Section 1-101-48; That portion of the abandoned Illinois Central Gulf Railroad right of way, 100 feet in width, lying within the NW 1/4 NW 1/4, and the NE 1/4 NW1/4, and the NW1/4 NE 1/4, and SW 1/4 NE 1/4, and SE1/4 NE 1/4, and NE1/4 SE1/4 of Section 19-101-48 except mineral rights as reserved in Book 392 of deeds on page 1015 and in Book 393 of deeds on page 98, all in Minnehaha County (Powderhouse Road and South Dakota Highway 42). APPROVED • ITEM 17. 2006-09-20: FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN in Subarea A, Maple Mall Planned Development District to allow construction of a branch bank/retail building. Legal Description: Lot 1b of Block 1, Maple Mall Addition, Minnehaha County (northeast corner of Career Avenue and Maple Street). APPROVED WITH FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. Pedestrian connection is extended from the public sidewalk to the front of the building. 2. Replat to incorporate vacated portions of H lots. 3. Exterior building materials are to be indicated on architectural elevations for approval by the planning director before building permit issuance. • ITEM 18. 2006-09-22: MAJOR AMENDMENT to Subarea A, 41st Street and Sertoma Avenue PD, Planned Development District to allow a flagpole antenna support structure for telecommunications equipment. Legal Description: Tract B in Block 1, Roosevelt South 2nd Addition, Minnehaha County (7210 W. 41st St.). APPROVED WITH FOLLOWING STIPULATION: 1. Revise Subarea regulations to include: Telecommunications Tower subject to: 1. stealth design approved by the planning director. • ITEM 19. REVOCATION: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT # 2003-09-21. conditional use permit to allow on-sale alcohol establishment as an accessory use to a restaurant. Legal Description: Lots 1, 2 and 3 and all of the vacated alley north of and adjacent to thereto, Block 1, Folsom’s Addition to Sioux Falls and Lots 2 and 3, and Lot 5, Block 42, Pettigrew’s Addition to Sioux Falls, Minnehaha County (1001 W. 11th St.). RECOMMEND TO CONTINUE CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT WITH STIPULATIONS: 1. Business hours limited to no later than 11 p.m. is required to continue the conditional use. 2. A conditional use permit review by the Planning Commission is required in six months. 3. A security management plan approved by the police department is required to continue the conditional use. • ITEM 20. 2006-09-11: PRELIMINARY SUBDIVISION PLAN for the Galleria at River’s Bend Addition to allow a commercial subdivision. Legal Description: Legal Description: All that part of the S 1/2 of the NE 1/4 , lying north of the railroad right of way except Jurgensen’s Tract 1, contained therein, Section 19-101-48, except Lots H2, H3, H4, H5 and H6 contained therein; all that part of the N1/2 NE1/4 of Section 19-101-48, lying north of the railroad right of way, except Tract A contained therein and except lots H1, H2, H3, H4, H5, H6 contained there in; that part of Tract 1 of the NW1/4 lying north of the railroad right of way Section 19-101-48, Minnehaha County except Lots H1, H2 and H3 contained therein; SE1/4 of SW1/4 of Section 18 and the SW 1/4 of the SE 1/4 of Section 18-101-48, except H1 contained there in; Tract A of County Auditor’s Sub. of the NE 1/4 NE 1/4 Section 19-101-48, except H2 contained therein; Jurgensen’s Tract 1 in the S 1/2 NE1/4 of Section 19-101-48; that portion of abandoned Illinois Central Gulf railroad right of way, 150’ in width lying within the NW 1/4 NW1/4, NW 1/4 of the NE 1/4 , SW 1/4 NE 1/, SE 1/4 NE 1/4, NE1/4 SE 1/, all in Section 19-101-48, except mineral rights as reserved in Book 392 of deeds of page 1015 and in Book 393 of deeds page 98, and except Lots H2, H4, and H5 contained therein; all in Minnehaha County (Powderhouse Road and South Dakota Highway 42). APPROVED WITH FOLLOWING STIPULATION: 1. The plan is to be signed by the city engineer before the next public hearing by the City Council. • ITEM 21. 2006-09-07: REZONE from the RS-2, Residential to the RA-1, Residential to allow a multifamily structure to be moved onto the property. Legal Description: Tract 162 (ex W40') Co. Aud. Sub, NE1/4 Section 4-101-49, Minnehaha County (3428 N. Fourth Ave.). APPROVED • ITEM 22. 2006-09-17: REZONE RD, Residential District and C-1, Neighborhood Commercial District to the O, Office District to expand an existing dental clinic. Legal Description: Lots 5 and 6, Block 4, Wallner’s Addition, Minnehaha County (2816 S. Center Ave.). APPROVED • ITEM 23. 2006-08-16: REZONE from the O, Office District to the Quail Crest Planned Development District to allow limited retailing. Legal Description: Lot 1C, Block 3 of Quail Crest Addition, Lincoln County (5109 S. Cliff Ave.). DENIED • ITEM 24. 2006-09-04: REZONE from the I-1, Light Industrial to the RS-1, Residential District to bring the existing land use into conformance for secondary mortgage market financing. Legal Description: County Auditor’s Lot 5 of County Auditors Tract 1 of NW1.4 and the NW1/4 SW1/4 of Section 11-101-49, Minnehaha County (2910 and 2912 E. Rice St.). WITHDRAWN • ITEM 25. 2006-09-05: REZONE a portion of the Prairie Hills North Planned Development District to the Flagstone Planned Development District to accommodate other land use transitions. Legal Description: Tract 1 of Great Meadow Addition, Minnehaha County (60th Street North and North Kiwanis Avenue). DEFERRED FOR 30 DAYS • ITEM 26. 2006-09-09: REZONE I-2, General Industrial, I-1, Light Industrial and AG, Agricultural to the Galleria at River’s Bend Planned Development District to allow commercial development. Legal Description: Portions of Section 19-101-48, 1-101-48 and 18-101-48, per zoning exhibit, Minnehaha County (Six Mile Road and South Dakota Highway 42). APPROVED • ITEM 13. 2006-09-23: REZONE from the RS-1, Residential to the Winfield Planned Development District to bring land uses into conformance with the zoning district. Legal Description: Lots 21 and 22, Vista Garden Addition, Minnehaha County (308 W. Lotta St.). APPROVED WITH REVISED SUBAREA REGULATIONS • ITEM 27. ADJOURN MEETING ADJOURNED AT 11:10 P.M. 2006-10-11
Airport Board MinutesDraft minutes of meeting Oct. 26, 2006 The Sioux Falls Regional Airport Authority Board met at noon, Oct. 26, 2006, in the first-floor conference room of the Costello Terminal. For a list of approved bills, go to www.siouxfallsbusiness journal.com • 1. MINUTES; APPROVED. • 2. BILLS; APPROVED. • 3. CONSENT AGENDA; APPROVED: A. Budget increase of $7,346.05 with Peska Construction for installation of water main. B. Contract with ASCO FOR $7,531.25 for pavement fog seal. C. T-hangar rent increase of $10 a month effective Jan. 1, 2007. D. Accept low bid of Ascent Aviation of $6.07 per gallon for supply of deicing fluid. E. Hangar lease with SD Air LLC for $950 a month. F. Addendum to Business Aviation lease at air cargo building for one additional counter at $500 a month. • 4. EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S REPORT: A. Frontier Airlines seeks a proposal from the Sioux Falls Regional Airport Authority for marketing and other considerations to commence service to the Sioux Falls Regional Airport. The air service consultant is working on a proposal. B. ASM Capital has offered to buy the $11,000-plus bankruptcy debt of Northwest Airlines for $4,500. This is the third offer the authority has received to buy the debt. Each offer is greater than the one before. C. UPS has agreed to repay the authority over 10 years for a trailer parking area adjacent to the east cargo ramp. • 5. WORTHINGTON AVIATION: Mike Breidenbach moved and Bill Dougherty seconded support of a proposal to construct a maintenance hangar for Worthington Aviation. The proposal was drafted by the Sioux Falls Development Foundation. Motion carried. • 6. CONSTRUCTION CHANGE ORDER: Mike Breidenbach moved and Hal Wick seconded acceptance of a change order with ASCO with a net deduct of $36,285.49 and a reduction in retainage to 5 percent. Motion carried. • 7. ENGINEERING PROPOSALS: Mike Breidenbach moved and Bill Dougherty seconded to request engineering proposals for 2007-09. Motion carried. Chairman Tom Lien appointed Mike Breidenbach and Hal Wick to join him on the selection committee. • 8. PROPOSALS FOR CAR RENTALS: The car rental concessions will be up for renewal on Dec. 31, 2006. The current agreements were for three years. There was a discussion of the length of the new agreements. Mike Breidenbach moved to set the new term at five years. The motion died for lack of a second. Hal Wick moved to set the new term at four years. Bill Dougherty seconded. Motion carried. • MEETING ADJOURNED AT 12:35 P.M. Ck # Vendor Account Description Amount Date Paid 22241 Asphalt Surfacing Company aip #3-46-0050-35 #3 $539,977.71 09/27/06 22242 AT&T telephone $53.49 " 22243 Border States Electric electrical supplies $236.72 " 22244 Building Sprinklers, Inc building maintenance $275.00 " 22245 Chemco janitorial supplies $380.70 " 22246 City of Sioux Falls airshow golf course $5,000.00 " 22247 Crouse-Hinds field maintenance $4,496.42 " 22248 Dex Media East telephone $21.70 " 22249 Diamond Vogel paint $505.77 " 22250 FedEx postage $11.73 " 22251 FMC Jetway Systems building maintenance $226.48 " 22252 G&H Distributing machninery maintenance $151.64 " 22253 G-2 Secure Staff August security $9,445.55 " 22254 Green 4 Ever building maintenance $46.83 " 22255 Janitor's Closet janitorial supplies $637.89 " 22256 J.D.'s House of Trophies office supplies $47.15 " 22257 Malloy Electric Bearing Supply building maintenance $105.95 " 22258 MidAmerican Energy natural gas; other blding utilities $442.87 " 22259 SD Supplemental Retirement payroll deduction - $145.00 $- " 22260 Short Elliot Hendrickson engineering $353.58 " 22261 Sioux Valley Wireless advertising $64.95 " 22262 Sixel Consulting advertising $2,248.67 " 22263 TurfWerks field maintenance $36.38 " 22264 West Coast Sales field maintenance $3,915.45 " 22265 Baldwin Supply Company building maintenance $499.76 10/10/06 22266 Business Aviation fence $6,795.00 " 22267 Chemco janitorial supplies $269.63 " 22268 Chief of Police - Sioux Falls Leo's May - June $30,000.41 " 22269 Christensen Distributing janitorial supplies $84.13 " 22270 Cliff Avenue Auto Parts machninery maintenance $17.11 " 22271 Fred the Fixer building maintenance $60.00 " 22272 Guardian insurance - dental $361.47 " 22273 Janitor's Closet janitorial supplies $65.05 " 22274 Johnstone Supply climate control $314.92 " 22275 J.W. Horner building maintenance $60.00 " 22276 Mac's Inc machninery maintenance $76.91 " 22277 Mike's Electric fencing maintenance $386.58 " 22278 Otis Elevator building maintenance $3,433.12 " 22279 SD Retirement System payroll deduction - $3945.86 $3,911.86 " 22280 SD Supplemental Retirement payroll deduction - $145.00 $- " 22281 Sioux Falls Utilities water/sewer/electricity;other blding $15,857.23 " 22282 void $- " 22283 Sioux Empire Federal Credit Union payroll deductions - $345.00 $- " 22284 Sioux Empire United Way payroll deductions - $119.80 $- " 22285 Sioux Valley Health Plan payroll deduction - $956.44 $5,445.23 " 22286 Skalland Communications radio maintenance $461.10 " 22287 Standard Insurance Co insurance $378.75 " 22288 Standard Parking parking permits $140.00 " 22289 Tractor Supply Company machninery maintenance $25.42 " 22290 Verizon Wireless telephone $46.81 " 22291 Waste Management sanitation $225.68 " 22292 Sioux Falls Skyforce advertising $10,000.00 10/12/06 Total $647,598.80 Payroll pay period ending 09/24/06 $16,849.81 09/29/06 pay period ending 10/08/06 $15,082.14 10/13/06 $31,931.95 1618 Standard Parking August management fee $27,506.00 10/10/062006-11-08
City Planning Commission City Planning Commission Minutes Draft minutes of meeting Nov. 1, 2006 (Bold italics indicates items to go to Council.) The City Planning Commission met at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 1, 2006, at Carnegie Town Hall, 235 W. 10th St. ITEMS RECEIVED AND FILED None. APPROVAL OF CONSENT AGENDA ITEMS 1-10 ARE APPROVED AS CONSENT ITEMS. ITEM 11 IS MOVED TO THE FIRST ITEM ON THE REGULAR AGENDA AT THE REQUEST OF PLANNING STAFF. CONSENT AGENDA • ITEM 1. APPROVAL OF OCT. 4, 2006, MINUTES OF REGULAR MEETING APPROVED • ITEM 2. PLATS APPROVED • ITEM 3. 2006-09-18: PRELIMINARY SUBDIVISION PLAN for the Surreyhill Addition to allow single-family residential development. Legal Description: Surrey Hill Addition, Lincoln County (one-half mile west of 69th and Western, south of 69th Street). APPROVED • ITEM 4. 2006-10-02: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the RS-2, Residential District to allow twin homes. Legal Description: Lots 1 and 2, Block 2, Timberline Estates Addition, Minnehaha County (701-703 N. Solar Drive, 700-702 N. Archer Trail). APPROVED • ITEM 5. 2006-10-12: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the RD, Residential District to allow four-plexes. Legal Description: Tract 11, Green Hill Addition, Minnehaha County (54th Street North and Marion Road). APPROVED • ITEM 6. 2006-10-22: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in C-4, Planned Commercial District to allow office development on a site greater than an acre. Legal Description: Lot B3 Naredels Second Addition, Minnehaha County (2900 W. 10th St.). APPROVED WITH FOLLOWING STIPULATION: 1. Landscaping on the site is verified to meet the minimum requirements of the zoning ordinance. Any deficiencies in landscaping will be required to be installed before occupancy. • ITEM 7. 2006-09-24: MINOR AMENDMENT to Subarea K, Platinum Valley PD, Planned Development District to reduce the front yard setback requirement from 25 feet to 20 feet on Tract B. Legal Description: Tracts A and B, Lot 15, Falcon Ridge Addition, Lincoln County (3436 and 3438 W. 84th Place). APPROVED • ITEM 8. 2006-09-25: MINOR AMENDMENT to Subarea A, Diamond Valley PD, Planned Development District to allow parking in the required front yard setback. Legal Description: Lot 24A, Block 1, Diamond Valley Addition, Lincoln County (700 E. 70th Place). APPROVED WITH FOLLOWING STIPULATION: 1. Replat is provided to include the parking pad and community building on the same site. • ITEM 9. 2006-10-01: FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN in Subarea C, Granite Valley PD, Planned Development District to construct a truck terminal facility. Legal Description: Lot 3, Block 1, Granite Valley Addition, Minnehaha County (East Robur Drive). APPROVED WITH FOLLOWING STIPULATION: 1. A pedestrian connection through pavement markings and sidewalk from the public sidewalk to the front of the building. • ITEM 10. 2006-10-13: FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN in Subarea C, Prairie Meadows Planned Development District to allow construction of a medical office building. Legal Description: Lot 3B, Block 15, Prairie Meadows Second Addition, Lincoln County (between Lyncrest and Minnesota, 74th and 77th Street). APPROVED WITH FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. Materials of the trash enclosure are to be similar to those used in the building. 2. Provide safe pedestrian access from street right-of-way to building entrances with sidewalks or crosswalks. REGULAR AGENDA • ITEM 11. 2006-10-14: FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN in Subarea H, Platinum Valley Planned Development District to allow construction of multifamily/ town houses including a minor amendment allowing buildings constructed on the same lot with reduced separation from 30 feet to 11 feet. Legal Description: Lot 1, Block 1, Platinum Valley Second Addition, Lincoln County (81st Street and Louise Avenue). APPROVED WITH FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. In addition to the trees depicted, 16 trees are provided in the front yard along 81st Street and nine are provided along Louise Avenue. 2. The yards are irrigated with a sprinkler system. 3. Street trees (in the boulevard) along Louise Avenue are not required. 4. Trash facilities are constructed of materials similar to the building. • ITEM 12. 2006-09-03: FUTURE LAND USE AMENDMENT allowing an change in future allocations of single family, multifamily, industrial/economic development, parks and open spaces, and commercial to office/institutional, and parks and open spaces. Legal Description: NW1/4 Section 36-102-50 less Lots H2, H3, H4, H5, H6 & H7 thereof, and Lot A in NE1/4 Section 36-102-50; Lot C and Lot D in NE1/4 Section 36- 102-50. Minnehaha County (South of Highway 38, east of Marion Road, west of Interstate 29 and north of 54th Street North). APPROVED • ITEM 13. 2006-10-09: FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN in Subarea E, Lalley Estates PD to allow construction of four-plex residential condominiums, and MINOR AMENDMENT to reduce required rear yard setback from 25 feet to 20 feet on lots to be platted as 14,15, 18, 19, 22 and 23, and to reduce side yard setback to zero for parking on lots to be platted as 1A, 2A, 6, 7 and 13-17. Legal Description: Tract 4A and Lots 1, 2A, and 4-28, Block 21, Aspen Heights Addition, Minnehaha County (Madison Street and Holbrook Avenue). APPROVED WITH FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. Replat subject property to conform to approved plan. 2. Emergency service access is approved by fire marshall. • ITEM 14. 2006-10-20: FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN in Subarea E, River Crossing PD, Planned Development District to construct a restaurant. Legal Description: Lot 1A, Block 7, River Crossing Addition, Lincoln County (57th Street and Western Avenue). APPROVED WITH FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. Provide more substantial screening of parking and outdoor food service areas along the west side of the property subject to approval by the planning director. 2. Replat the property to conform to the site plan as approved, including a back access easement to Old Yankton Road subject to approval by the city engineer. The applicant will provide mutual access easement to Old Yankton Road when the drainage way crossing is completed by the city. Access shall be provided in a manner that does not require the loss of any parking stalls on the subject property. • ITEM 15. 2006-09-28: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the I-1, Light Industrial District to allow contractor’s shop and outdoor storage without screening. Legal Description: Lots 17-21, Block 7, Highland Park Subdivision, Minnehaha County (1935 E. 60th St. N.). APPROVED WITH FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. Provide required screening of outdoor storage area when Eleanor Street is vacated or is scheduled for improvement. 2. Planning Commission review is required in November 2007. • ITEM 16. 2006-10-19: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the I-1, Light Industrial District to allow accessory parking. Legal Description: Lot 13A and 14-18, Smith's Subdivision of Block 8, Daniel’s Addition, Minnehaha County (southeast corner of Wayland Avenue and 13th Street). APPROVED WITH FOLLOWING STIPULATION: 1. Parking is limited to employee and company vehicles only- no semi-trailer trucks with refrigeration equipment. • ITEM 17. 2006-10-06: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the I-1, Light Industrial District to allow motor vehicle display and sales. Legal Description: Lots 7, 8 and 24, Block 1, Highland Park Subdivision, Minnehaha County (5000 N. National Ave.). APPROVED WITH FOLLOWING STIPULATION: 1. The number of display spaces is limited to five as shown on the plan. • ITEM 18. 2006-10-07: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the I-1, Light Industrial District to allow an automobile storage lot. Legal Description: Lots 7, 8 and 24, Block 1, Highland Park Subdivision, Minnehaha County (5000 N. National Ave.). APPROVED • ITEM 19. 2006-10-04: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the C-2, General Commercial District to allow an on-sale alcohol establishment as the primary use. Legal Description: Lots 1, 2 and 3 and all of vacated alley north of and adjacent thereto, Block 1, Folsom’s Addition to Sioux Falls, Minnehaha County (1001 W. 11th St.). APPROVED WITH FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. The hours of operation are limited to Sunday through Thursday from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. and Friday and Saturday until 2 a.m. with alcohol service to stop at 1 a.m. 2. Operations past 11 p.m. will include security at the door and a security management plan approved by the police department. 3. Planning Commission reviews are scheduled for February 2007 and July 2007. 4. Monthly neighborhood meetings are to be scheduled by the applicant and neighborhood representatives to improve communication between area property owners. Provide written meeting reports to Planning Department staff. 5. The business will be closed to the public from 9:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. on Friday and Saturday to require customers under the age of 21 to leave, and reopen for adults only. 6. Provide business income reports to Planning Department staff that meet the requirements of an onsale alcohol establishment accessory use to a restaurant. • ITEM 20. 2006-10-17: REZONE from the AG, Agricultural to the C-4, Planned Commercial, O, Office, RA-1, Residential, RD, Residential and the RS-2, Residential Districts to allow development of commercial and residential land uses. Legal Description: NW 1/4 Section 31-101-48, except the following described tracts thereof: Tract 1 of Wolfes Addition; W 142' E1050' N 306'; W 142' E 1050' S612' N 958'; W 142' E 842' S 306' N 1636', per Exhibit, Minnehaha County (41st Street and Highway 11). APPROVED • ITEM 21. ADJOURN MEETING ADJOURNED AT 10 P.M. 2006-11-08
Airport Board MinutesDraft minutes of meeting Nov. 17, 2006 The Sioux Falls Regional Airport Authority Board met at noon, Nov. 17, 2006, in the first-floor conference room of the Costello Terminal. For a list of approved bills, go to www.siouxfalls businessjournal.com • 1. MINUTES; APPROVED. • 2. BILLS; APPROVED. • 3. CONSENT AGENDA; APPROVED: A. State assistance agreement for improvement projects. B. Travel by any interested Board member to 21st Annual Aviation Issues Conference in Kauai, Hawaii, Jan. 7-11, 2007. C. Change to Employee Handbook regarding overtime pay. D. Budget increase of $4,000 for digital ID camera system. E. Change order 1 with ASCO in the amount of $3,104.89 to fog seal flight school and Sioux Valley hangar ramps. F. Issue notice to bidder for centerline light modifications. G. Three year T-hangar lease agreements with Terry Craft, Explorer, James Griebel, Dan Healy, James Jasper, Midwest Flying, Mockingbird Flying Club, John Oliphant, John Schreurs and William Taylor. • 4. EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S REPORT: A. Transportation Security Administration will be installing three CT-80 explosive detection systems for scanning checked luggage. Installation is scheduled to begin Dec. 18 and to be completed by Jan. 1. After the screeners are trained, the explosive detection system machines should be online during the first part of February. B. Other airports surveyed received 100 percent or close to 100 percent of the money United Airlines owed them from their bankruptcy. The Authority has received offers to buy the Northwest Airlines debt at a discount. There was general consensus that the authority should hold out for the full amount Northwest owes. C. The city of Sioux Falls has agreed to allow the authority to increase the safety area off the end of Runway 03 to 1000 feet by 500 feet. Currently the safety area is 800 feet by 500 feet. The change will impact Elmwood Golf Course. The Federal Aviation Administration would now like the safety area to be 800 feet wide. The city of Sioux Falls is not amenable to that change. Bill Dougherty moved and Mike Breidenbach seconded to inform the FAA that the authority cannot change the safety area to 1000 feet by 800 feet. Motion carried. • 5. CELL PHONE TOWER: Curt Walter from Buell Consulting reported that Verizon Wireless is interested in placing a cell phone tower near Jaycee Lane and Minnesota Avenue in the car rental overflow parking lot. There was discussion of exact placement of the structure, the height and appearance of the structure and whether it would house a street light in order to blend in with the light poles in that area. Bill Dougherty moved and Dean Sorenson seconded for the executive director to enter into lease discussions with Verizon on a site for its cell phone tower provided the tower is made to blend in with the street lights, be no more than 60 feet tall and house a street light. Motion carried. • 6. 2007 CAPITAL BUDGET; APPROVED: Rehabilitate 3-21 centerline lights – $350,000. Snow removal equipment building – $3 million. Expand terminal – $1.5 million. Access control upgrades – $300,000. Elmwood Golf Course changes – $400,000. Northwest side taxiway – $1.5 million. The above work would be eligible for Airport Improvement Program funds. • 7. HOLIDAY BONUSES: Bill Dougherty moved and Mike Breidenbach seconded to award 2 percent holiday bonuses with a cap of $500 to authority employees in recognition of their good work. Motion carried. • MEETING ADJOURNED AT 12:27 P.M. Ck # Vendor Account Description Amount Date Paid 22293 Argus Leader printing $367.02 10/25/06 22294 AT&T telephone $103.30 " 22295 Automatic Door Group other building maintenance $122.45 " 22296 Border States Electric building maintenance $609.00 " 22297 Builders Supply Company building maintenance $39.00 " 22298 Butler Machinery Co machinery maintenance $119.00 " 22299 Chemco, Inc janitorial supplies $455.70 " 22300 City of Sioux Falls telephone;data processing $110.99 " 22301 Cliff Avenue Auto Parts machinery maintenance $75.72 " 22302 Coffman Associates aip #3-46-0050-35 #9 $16,972.00 " 22303 Dex Media East telephone $21.70 " 22304 Electric Construction electrical repair $931.84 " 22305 Exide machinery maintenance $418.86 " 22306 FedEx postage $7.70 " 22307 Green 4 Ever building maintenance $46.83 " 22308 Health Care Medical Technology group insurance $28.00 " 22309 HDR Inc aip #3-46-0050-35 #3 $22,511.82 " 22310 Heartland Paper Co janitorial supplies $518.01 " 22311 Institutions Services Inc building maintenance $62.50 " 22312 Interstate Office Products office supplies; janitorial supplies $414.28 " 22313 Janitor's Closet janitorial supplies $574.84 " 22314 Jet Terminal Services building maintenance $3,690.66 " 22315 Lamination Service office supplies $221.38 " 22316 Mac's Inc machinery maintenance $58.63 " 22317 Malloy Electric Bearing Supply building maintenance $629.13 " 22318 Michael's Fence electrical repair $83.42 " 22319 MidWestern Mechanical Inc plumbing maintenance $608.23 " 22320 Monthlymix Allegiant ad $450.00 " 22321 Northern States Supply Inc machinery maintenance $120.58 " 22322 Pheasantland Industries field maintenance $120.96 " 22323 Qwest telephone $890.08 " 22324 SD Supplemental Retirement payroll deduction - $145.00 $- " 22325 Sherwin Industries, Inc building maintenance $349.80 " 22326 Sioux Building Products building maintenance $245.09 " 22327 Sioux Empire Fed Credit Union payroll deduction - $345.00 $- " 22328 Sioux Valley Wireless advertising $64.95 " 22329 Sixel Consulting advertising $2,932.00 " 22330 Stuart Promotional Products security supplies $263.47 " 22331 Tetra Tech, Inc aip #3-46-0050-35 #3 $3,802.00 " 22332 Tri-State Garage Door other building maintenance $118.50 " 22333 Tractor Supply Company small tools $36.39 " 22334 Westcoast Sales field maintenance $239.26 " 22335 Winter Equipment Company machinery maintenance $1,691.65 " 22336 Workplace Sound & Technologies building maintenance $75.00 " 22337 Advanced Internet Service advertising $14.95 11/02/06 22338 Asphalt Surfacing Company aip 35 #4 - other $479,411.74 " 22339 Chemco, Inc janitorial supplies $269.92 " 22340 Cliff Avenue Auto Parts machinery maintenance $50.04 " 22341 Creative Host Services Oct board meeting $46.99 " 22342 FedEx postage $23.44 " 22343 Fred the Fixer building maintenance $60.00 " 22344 Grainger machinery maintenance $152.40 " 22345 Guardian dental insurance $361.47 " 22346 HSBC Business - Menards machinery maintenance $65.98 " 22347 Johnstone Supply climate control $33.90 " 22348 Lori Bossman Licensing/Permits liquor license $495.00 " 22349 MidAmerican Energy Co natural gas;other building $2,491.99 " 22350 MidWestern Mechanical Inc plumbing maintenance $158.72 " 22351 Mike's Electric electrical repair $621.45 " 22352 Otis Elevator building maintenance $3,433.12 " 22353 Peska Constructrion field maintenance $7,346.95 " 22354 Precision Testing field maintenance $240.00 " 22355 Ron's Garage machinery maintenance $351.83 " 22356 Short Elliot Hendrickson aip 3-46-0050-36 # $479.64 " 22357 Standard Insurance insurance $378.75 " 22358 Tetra Tech, Inc aip #-3-46-0050-35 $2,315.00 " 22359 Ulteig Engineers aip $3-46-0050-36 #2 $8,999.55 " 22360 Verizon Wireless telephone $29.51 " 22361 thru $- " 22363 void $- " 22364 Advertising Arts Inc office supplies $143.52 11/07/06 22365 Batteries Plus machinery maintenance $33.98 " 22366 Blue Wire Technologies advertising $119.70 " 22367 Border States Electric electrical repair $36.02 " 22368 Business Aviation machinery maintenance $87.12 " 22369 Chemco, Inc janitorial supplies $1,082.81 " 22370 Concrete Materials field maintenance $115.50 " 22371 Crescent Electric electrical supplies $106.38 " 22372 Exide Corp machinery maintenance $196.95 " 22373 FedEx postage $7.70 " 22374 G-2 Secure Staff security September $9,110.21 " 22375 Lewis Drug office supplies $51.99 " 22376 Mac's Inc machinery maintenance $40.64 " 22377 MidWest Alarm Company building maintenance $180.00 " 22378 MidWestern Mechanical Inc plumbing repair $596.23 " 22379 Pam Oil oil $1,527.83 " 22380 SD Retirement System payroll deduction - $ " 22381 SD Supplemental Retirement payroll deduction - $115.00 $- " 22382 Sioux Falls Utilities electricity;other blding $12,289.19 " 22383 Sioux Falls Utilities water/sewer;other blding $1,235.32 " 22384 Sioux Empire Fed Credit Union payroll deduction - $345.00 $- " 22385 Sioux Valley Health Plan payroll deduction - $ " 22386 Skalland Communications radio maintenance $321.00 " 22387 Vision Brookings 2010 advertising $30,000.00 " 22388 Walling Water Management chemical supplies $224.96 " 22389 Waste Management sanitation $230.42 " 22390 Woods, Fuller, Shultz & Smith attorney $3,995.00 " 22391 Workplace Sound & Technologies building maintenance $75.00 " TOTAL $630,841.55 Payroll pay period ending 10/22/06 $15,103.36 10/27/06 pay period ending 11/05/06 $15,258.16 11/10/06 $30,361.52 2006-11-29
City Planning CommissionDraft minutes of meeting Dec. 6, 2006 (Bold italics indicates items to go to Council.) The City Planning Commission met at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 6, 2006, at Carnegie Town Hall, 235 W. 10th St. ITEMS RECEIVED AND FILED • None. APPROVAL OF CONSENT AGENDA ITEMS 1-10 and 12-15 ARE APPROVED AS CONSENT ITEMS. ITEM 11 WAS DEFERRED TO THE NEXT MEETING. CONSENT AGENDA • ITEM 1. APPROVAL OF NOV. 1, 2006, MINUTES OF REGULAR MEETING. APPROVED • ITEM 2. PLATS. APPROVED • ITEM 3. 2006-10-28: REZONE from the I-1, Light Industrial District to the C-4, Planned Commercial District to allow future commercial development. Legal Description: Part of the SW 1/4 Section 25-102-50, per rezoning exhibit, Minnehaha County (Marion Road and 60th Street North). APPROVED • ITEM 4. 2006-11-09: REZONE from the AG, Agricultural District to the RS-2, Residential District to allow a church campus and single-family residential development. Legal Description: Tract 1, Talsma Addition (26th Street and Katie Avenue). APPROVED • ITEM 5. 2006-11-13: REZONE RA-1, Residential District to the O, Office District for construction of a medical office building. Legal Description: N1/2, Except S. 2' of Tract 4, NW1/4 NW1/4, and S. 78' Tract 4, NW1/4 NW1/4, Unplatted Section 36-101-50, Minnehaha County (3600 and 3604 S. Marion Road). APPROVED • ITEM 6. 2006-11-18: REZONE from the AG, Agricultural District and the Whispering Woods Planned Development District to the RS-2, Residential and the RD, Residential District to allow residential development. Legal Description: Government Lots 2, 3 and 4, Except Tracts 1, 2 and 3 Shields First Addition and Tract 1 Shields Second Addition; Tract 1 Florence Addition, N 1/2 Government Lot 7 and NW 1/4 SE 1/4 Section 7-101-49, Lincoln County (southwest corner of 57th Street and Graystone Avenue). APPROVED • ITEM 7. 2006-11-02: Minor Amendment in Subarea E, River Crossings Planned Development District to allow an on-sale alcoholic beverage establishment as an accessory use to a restaurant. Legal Description: Lot 1a, Block 7, River Crossing Addition, Lincoln County (Crossings Place and 57th Street). APPROVED WITH FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. Provide a security management plan approved by the Police Department. 2. Approved as an accessory use to a restaurant on the subject property only. • ITEM 8. 2006-11-16: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the C-4, Planned Commercial District allowing an on-sale alcohol beverage establishment as an accessory use to a restaurant. Legal Description: Tract 2, Dunham’s Addition, Minnehaha County (923 S. Marion Road). APPROVED WITH FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. The conditional use permit is valid for this applicant only as an accessory use to a restaurant. 2. A security management plan is approved by the crime prevention officer before alcohol sales or consumption. • ITEM 9. 2006-11-05: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the C-2, General Commercial District to allow development on a site greater than an acre. Legal Description: Lot 1 lying north of south property line of Lots 4 and 5 [(Ex N345 E158 and Ex W 282 E 474 S 275 N 653 (Ex S 99 N 477 W48 E474)] and all lots 2, 3, 4 and E 33.04 S. 756.5 Lot 7 (Ex Suite 1, Western Mall Condominiums), Minnehaha County (2101 W. 41st St.). APPROVED • ITEM 10. 2006-11-10: MINOR AMENDMENT to allow reduced street frontage for Lot 4A from 75 feet to 44.68 feet, and to allow parking in the side yards on lots to be platted as 18, 19 and 20. Legal Description: Block 21, Aspen Heights Addition, Minnehaha County (Madison Street and Holbrook Avenue). APPROVED • ITEM 11. 2006-11-20: MINOR AMENDMENT in Subarea A and B, in the Interstate Crossing Business Park Planned Development District to allow paving in the required front yard. Legal Description: Interstate Crossings Business Park Addition, Lots 1 and 2, Block 3, Lots 3A Block 3 and Unplatted Block 3, Pana Tracts Lot 2, Block 4 and lot 11, Block 4, Lincoln County (Solberg Avenue from 57th to 59th streets). DEFERRED FOR 30 DAYS – SIGNS NOT POSTED • ITEM 12. 2006-11-03: FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN in Subarea W, Platinum Valley Planned Development District to allow construction of fourplexes. Legal Description: Lots 19 to 24, Platinum Valley III Addition, Lincoln County (West 93rd Street). APPROVED WITH FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. Trash facilities are provided as depicted. 2. The minimum number of trees planted is 12, as indicated on the plan. • ITEM 13. 2006-11-07: FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN in Subarea D, Prairie Green PD, Planned Development District to construct an office building. Legal Description: Lot 6A, Block 13, Prairie Green Addition, Lincoln County (609 E. Tan Tara Circle). APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATION: 1. A sidewalk connection is provided between the sidewalk in the front of the building and the sidewalk within the Tan Tara Circle right of way. • ITEM 14. 2006-07-02: PRELIMINARY SUBDIVISION PLAN for the Whispering Woods Addition, to allow a residential subdivision. Legal Description: Government Lots 2, 3 and 4 except Sheilds 1st and 2nd Addition; Tract 1 Florence Addition, N1/2 Government lot & NW 1/4 SE1/4 Section 7-100-49, Lincoln County (57th Street and Bahnson Avenue). APPROVED SUBJECT TO FOLLOWING CONDITIONS: 1. Sewer services are available to Phase 1 of the Whispering Woods preliminary plan. For the remaining portions of the preliminary plan, sewer trunk line services will be available by the end of 2007. The developer will need to find a method to construct the sanitary sewer laterals from 57th and Sycamore Avenue for remaining portions of the preliminary plan before plats are approved. 2. Water will be available after adjacent property owners petition and have constructed a project to extend the water main from the intersection of 57th Street and Southeastern Avenue south along Southeastern to the Whispering Woods preliminary plan development area. Plats will not be approved until water is installed. 3. Southeastern Avenue is programmed in the Capital Improvement Program but must be constructed to urban lane standards to the development’s northernmost access point shown as Buckingham Street, before plats are approved in Phase 1 of Whispering Woods preliminary plan. Southeastern Avenue must be constructed to urban lane standards through the development’s southernmost access point, shown as Bahnson Avenue, before plats are approved in the preliminary plan’s remaining phases. • ITEM 15. 2006-11-08: PRELIMINARY SUBDIVISION PLAN in the RS-2, Residential District to allow a church campus and single-family residential development. Legal Description: Tract 1, Talsma Addition, Minnehaha County (26th Street, one-quarter mile west of Tea/Ellis Road). APPROVED SUBJECT TO FOLLOWING CONDITION: 1. Plans revised to depict lot lines and street names as required by the preliminary plan section of the subdivision ordinance. REGULAR AGENDA • ITEM 16. R2005-02-09: ONE YEAR REVIEW FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN in Subarea A, Cherry Creek Planned Development District to allow construction of a car wash. Legal Description: Tract A, Cherry Creek Addition, Minnehaha County (3000 E. 26th St.). REVIEW ACCEPTED • ITEM 17. R2005-09-01: REVIEW: FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN in Subarea B, Village at Heather Ridge PD, Planned Development District to construct a bank/office building. Legal Description: Tract 1 of Village at Heather Ridge Addition, Lincoln County (69th Street and Western Avenue). REVIEW ACCEPTED. • ITEM 18. 2006-09-05: REZONE a portion of the • ITEM 28. 2006-11-15: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the RD, Residential District to allow accessory parking. Legal Description: Lots 5, Block 3, South Sioux Subdivision, SE 1/4 Section 29-101-49, Minnehaha County (3201 S. Prairie Ave.). DEFERRED FOR 30 DAYS – SIGNS NOT POSTED. • ITEM 29. Designation of Tax Increment Finance District Boundaries: TAX INCREMENT FINANCE DISTRICT Number 7, city of Sioux Falls, S.D. APPROVED • ITEM 30. Project Plan for Tax Increment Finance District Number 7, city of Sioux Falls, S.D. APPROVED • ITEM 31. AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF SIOUX FALLS, S.D., AMENDING THE REVISED ORDINANCES OF THE CITY BY SETTING FORTH THE PROCEDURES FOR ISSUANCE OF CONDITIONAL USE PERMITS FOR ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE ESTABLISHMENTS. APPROVED • ITEM 32. AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF SIOUX FALLS, S.D., AMENDING THE REVISED ORDINANCES FOR SIGNAGE. APPROVED • ITEM 33. AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF SIOUX FALLS, S.D., AMENDING OFF-PREMISE SIGN REGULATIONS. APPROVED • ITEM 34. ADJOURN. MEETING ADJOURNED AT 8:40 P.M. 2006-12-13
Airport Board MinutesAirport Board Minutes Draft minutes of meeting Dec. 14, 2006 The Sioux Falls Regional Airport Authority Board met at noon, Dec. 14, 2006, in the first-floor conference room of the Costello Terminal. For a list of approved bills, go to www.siouxfalls businessjournal.com • 1. MINUTES; APPROVED. • 2. BILLS; APPROVED. • 3. CONSENT AGENDA; APPROVED: A. Award 2007-10 car rental concessions to Avis, Enterprise, National and Hertz. B. T-hangar leases with Jerry Kennedy, Michael R. D. Koch, Gary Wolbrink and William Janklow. C. Issue notices to bidders for supply of air-handler filters and light bulbs and lighting supplies. • 4. EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S REPORT: A. Mike Breidenbach moved and Dean Sorenson seconded to contract with Ulteig Engineers for engineering services for 2007-09 and to maintain S-E-H as the engineer on the perimeter road relocation project. Motion carried. B. Dean Sorenson moved and Bill Dougherty seconded to offer any new entrant airline a $50,000 marketing budget and to waive landing fees and terminal rent until Dec. 31, 2007. Motion carried. • 5. BUDGET: Mike Breidenbach moved and Hal Wick seconded approval of the 2007 budget for revenues, expenses, capital expenditures and the following wages and salaries: M. Marnach – $95,000; G. Messerli – $66,500; L. Brown – $52,000; D. Chaussee – $41,898; D. Langrock – $44,776; J. Traub – $40,856; J. Plucker – $34,621; R. Milner – $33,550; J. Van Der Lugt – $31,493; T. Swedlund – $33,679; E. Elkins – $25,409; T. Bauer – $28,644; B. Gregg – $24,895; P. Keith – $28,087; building superintendent – $30,000. Motion carried. • 6. POTENTIAL SALE OF BUSINESS AVIATION: Encore Aviation is in talks to acquire Daedalus, the parent company of Business Aviation. Encore Aviation is owned by former owners of Tragent, who operated 23 FBOs (fixed-based operations) before selling to Atlantic Aviation. They are now in the process of developing a new network of FBOs and feel that Business Aviation is strategically placed to be part of that network. A company with FBOs nationwide benefits from better fuel and insurance prices and an expanded customer base. The deal would be for all of Business Aviation’s assets and businesses. All current Business Aviation employees would be guaranteed employment for one year. Hal Wick moved and Mike Breidenbach seconded approval of a resolution approving the sale of Daedalus to Encore. Motion carried. • MEETING ADJOURNED AT 12:27 P.M. Ck # Vendor Account Description Amount Date Paid 22392 AAAE conference - Lien $775.00 11/22/06 22393 All Phase Electric building maintenance $1,264.49 " 22394 Argus Leader engineering-Sept Minutes $289.77 " 22395 Asphalt Surfacing Company field maintenance $51,356.59 " 22396 AT&T telephone $86.09 " 22397 Brock White Co LLC field maintenance $64.00 " 22398 Campbell Supply clothing $327.93 " 22399 Chemco, Inc janitorial supplies $735.90 " 22400 City of Sioux Falls telephone $32.03 " 22401 Cliff Avenue Auto Parts machinery maintenance $113.85 " 22402 Crescent Electric electrical supplies $1,468.26 " 22403 Eide Bailly, Inc accounting $1,012.50 " 22404 Flooring America building maintenance $937.68 " 22405 G&R Controls climate control $557.04 " 22406 Grainger machinery maintenance $51.04 " 22407 HDR aip #3-46-0050-35 #4 $21,967.63 " 22408 Heartland Paper Co janitorial supplies $518.01 " 22409 Interstate Office Products office supplies $191.26 " 22410 Malloy Electric Bearing other building maintenance $80.63 " 22411 Petty Cash/Michael Marnach misc expenses $164.75 " 22412 Qwest telephone $892.57 " 22413 SD Supplemental Retirement payroll deduction - $115.00 $- " 22414 Short Elliot Hendrickson aip #3-46-0050-36 #11 $327.02 " 22415 Sioux Empire Federal Credit Union payroll deduction - $245.00 $- " 22416 Sixel Consulting advertising $3,986.00 " 22417 Standard Signs field maintenance $2,370.26 " 22418 Tetra Tech aip #3-46-0050-35 #5 $38.00 " 22419 Tri-State Garage Door Inc other building maintenance $1,198.00 " 22420 Tractor Supply Company machinery maintenance $58.43 " 22421 Ulteig Engineers aip #-46-0050-36 #3 $4,000.65 " 22422 West Coast Sales field maintenance $1,605.91 " 22423 thru $- 12/05/06 22427 void $- " 22428 Allied Electronics building maintenance $123.69 " 22429 All Phase Electric electrical maint;field maintenance $1,771.33 " 22430 Argus Leader Ocotber minutes $181.62 " 22431 Ascrent Technologies airplane deicing fluid $29,834.05 " 22432 Border States Electric building maintenance $95.70 " 22433 Brock White Co LLC field maintenance $86.00 " 22434 Child Support Payment Center payroll deduction - $346.16 $- " 22435 Cliff Avenue Auto Parts machinery maintenance $49.99 " 22436 CNASurety insurance $1,061.00 " 22437 Coffman Associates aip #3-4 6-0050-35 #10 $18,264.00 " 22438 Concrete Materials field maintenance $1,058.13 " 22439 Crescent Electric electrical supplies $334.89 " 22440 Crouse-Hinds field maintenance $2,004.21 " 22441 Dave's Small Engine Repair machinery maintenance $18.31 " 22442 EDMO Distributors radio maintenance $993.60 " 22443 Four Seasons Chem-Dry building maintenance $1,750.00 " 22444 Fred the Fixer building maintenance $193.00 " 22445 G&H Distributing machinery maintenance $19.06 " 22446 G&R Controls climate control $159.16 " 22447 G-2 Secure Staff October security $9,751.28 " 22448 Guardian insurance $361.47 " 22449 Howes Oil CO gasoline $3,030.00 " 22450 Interstate Office Products office supplies $93.03 " 22451 Janitor's Closet janitorial supplies $825.43 " 22452 J.D. Evans machinery maintenance $114.36 " 22453 Linweld, Inc chemical supplies $24.65 " 22454 Mac's Inc machinery maintenance $33.48 " 22455 Malloy Electric Bearing machinery maintenance $19.82 " 22456 Marnach. Mike travel - FAA meeting $717.89 " 22457 Maximum Promotions building maintenance $136.00 " 22458 MidAmerican Energy natural gas;other building $7,938.62 " 22459 Midstates, Inc clothing $260.20 " 22460 MidWestern Mechanical plumbing maintenance $106.77 " 22461 Muth Electric building maintenance $156.71 " 22462 Otis Elevator building maintenance $3,433.12 " 22463 Pam Oil Inc oil $280.06 " 22464 SD Retirment System payroll deduction - $2499.46 $2,477.14 " 22465 SD Supplemental Retirement payroll deduction - $115.00 $- " 22466 Seed Solutions field maintenance $65.00 " 22467 Sioux Falls Utilities water/sewer;other building $1,514.42 " 22468 Sioux Empire Federal Credit Union payroll deductions - $345.00 $- " 22469 Sioux Empire United Way payroll deductions - $469.80 $- " 22470 Sioux Valley Health Plan payroll deductions - $865.13 $5,534.96 " 22471 Sioux Valley Wireless advertising $64.95 " 22472 Standard Insurance insurance $378.75 " 22473 Tire Pros & Service tire repair $42.00 " 22474 Turfwerks machinery maintenance $36.38 " 22475 Ulteig Engineers aip #3-46-0050-36 #4 $2,999.00 " 22476 Verizon Wireless telephone $29.51 " 22477 Waste Management sanitation $225.35 " 22478 West Coast Sales field maintenance $2,848.56 " 22479 Workplace Sound & Technologies building maintenance $75.00 " 22480 Argus Leader car rental concession ad $83.03 12/12/06 22481 Ascent Technologies airplane deicing fluid $26,431.88 " 22482 Chemco, Inc janitorial supplies $563.96 " 22483 Claritus, Inc office supplies $91.50 " 22484 Creative Host November board meeting $40.31 " 22485 Cummins Central Power machinery maintenance $234.40 " 22486 Exide machinery maintenance $194.68 " 22487 FedEx postage $7.44 " 22488 FMC Jetway Systems machinery maintenance $319.02 " 22489 Hander Plumbing plumbing maintenance $785.51 " 22490 Janitor's Closet janitorial supplies $352.18 " 22491 Kone, Inc building maintenance $105.78 " 22492 Lamination Service security equipment $3,643.00 " 22493 Landscape Garden Centers building maintenance $18,644.00 " 22494 Mac's Inc machinery maintenance $55.22 " 22495 Malloy Electric Bearing machinery maintenance $193.02 " 22496 Sioux Falls Two Way Radio radio maintenance $131.90 " 22497 Sioux Falls Utilities electricity;other blding utilities $13,929.08 " 22498 Sixel Consulting advertising $5,560.00 " 22499 Sioux Valley Clinic flu shots $154.00 " 22500 Tractor Supply Company machinery maintenance $64.46 " TOTAL $269,627.31 Payroll pay period ending 11/19/06 $17,440.79 11/24/06 pay period ending 12/03/06 $17,994.28 12/08/06 Christmas bonus checks $6,063.74 12/08/06 1619 Standard Parking September management fee $28,488.99 12/05/06 1620 Standard Parking October management fee $31,891.36 12/12/062006-12-27
City Planning CommissionDraft Minutes of Meeting Jan. 3, 2007 (Bold italics indicates items to go to Council.) The City Planning Commission met at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 3, 2007, at Carnegie Town Hall, 235 W. 10th St. ITEMS RECEIVED AND FILED • None. APPROVAL OF CONSENT AGENDA ITEMS 1-3, 5-17 AND 19-20 ARE APPROVED AS CONSENT ITEMS. ITEMS 4 AND 18 ARE DEFERRED TO THE NEXT MEETING. CONSENT AGENDA ITEM 1. APPROVAL OF DEC. 6, 2006, MINUTES OF REGULAR MEETING. APPROVED ITEM 2. PLATS. APPROVED ITEM 3. 2006-10-10: REZONE from the RD, Residential District to the C-2, General Commercial District to allow commercial parking. Legal Description: The south 35.5’of Lot 5 Block 3, to be replatted per exhibit, South Sioux Subdivision, Minnehaha County (3117 S. Prairie Ave.). APPROVED ITEM 4. 2006-10-24: REZONE RD, Residential District to O, Office District and O, Office District to RD, Residential District for residential and office development in Grasslands Second Addition. Legal Description: S1/2 NW1/4 lying east of Tract 1, Dawley Addition and except Lot H1 thereof, all in Section 1-101-50, Minnehaha County (West 34th Street and North Career Avenue). DEFERRED FOR 30 DAYS ITEM 5. 2006-11-22: REZONE from the C-1, Neighborhood Commercial District and the RD, Residential District to the C-2, General Commercial District to allow general commercial standards including signage. Legal Description: W.90’ Lot 17 and all Lot 18, Block 4, Lakeside Addition; Lot 15 and the W. 90’ of Lot 16 and the W. 90’ of the S.4’ of Lot 17, in Block 4, Lakeside Addition, all in Minnehaha County (330 N. West Ave.). APPROVED ITEM 6. 2006-12-06: REZONE from the Pinnacle Point Planned Development District to the RS-2, RD, and RA-1 Residential Districts and O, General Office District and the C-4, Planned Commercial District to allow urban development. Legal Description: SE 1/4 Section 36-102-50, per zoning exhibit, Minnehaha County, except all H lots contained there in (northwest corner of Benson Road and Interstate 29). APPROVED ITEM 7. 2006-12-12: REZONE O, General Office to C-2, General Commercial for future commercial development. Legal Description: Lots 1, 2 and 3, Block 32, Pettigrew’s Addition, Minnehaha County (southwest corner of 10th Street and Walts Avenue). APPROVED ITEM 8. 2006-12-21: REZONE from the I-2, General Industrial and the C-2, General Commercial District to the RC, Recreation/Conservation area to reflect the expansion of Falls Park and C-3, Central Business District to allow uptown property development. Legal Description: C-3, Central Business District: Blocks 1, 2, 3 and 4, Phillips to the Falls Addition; RC, Recreation/Conservation District: Tract 2 and 3, Phillips to the Falls Addition (Phillips Avenue between Fifth Street and Falls Park Drive). APPROVED ITEM 9. 2006-11-15: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the RD, Residential District to allow accessory parking. Legal Description: Lot 5, Block 3, South Sioux Subdivision, SE 1/4 Section 29-101-49, Minnehaha County (3201 S. Prairie Ave.). APPROVED ITEM 10. 2006-11-23: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the C-4, Planned Commercial District to allow an on-sale alcohol establishment accessory use to a restaurant. Legal Description: Lots 4-8 (except S. 3’ of E. 140’ of Lot 8), Block 8, Lewis Addition, Minnehaha County (811 S. Minnesota Ave.). APPROVED WITH FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. Approved for this business only. 2. Security management plan approved by the police department. ITEM 11. 2006-12-08: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the C-3, Central Business District to allow an on-sale alcohol establishment. Legal Description: S 18.2’ Lot 17, Block 18, JL Phillips Addition, Minnehaha County (307 S. Phillips Ave.). APPROVED WITH FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. Approved for this business only. 2. Security management plan approved by the police department. ITEM 12. 2006-12-10: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the C-2, General Commercial District to allow replacement of a gas-dispensing station on a site greater than an acre. Legal Description: Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, & 6 of Block 28, Gales 3rd Addition, Minnehaha County (14th Street and Minnesota Avenue). APPROVED ITEM 13. 2006-12-13: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in C-4, Planned Commercial District for retail development on site greater than one acre in size. Legal Description: Lots 7, 8 and 9, Co. Aud. Sub. NW1/4 NW1/4 Section 24-101-50, except Co. Aud. Lots H1 and except Lots H2, H3 and H4 of Lots 7 and 8, Minnehaha County (5213 W. 12th St.). APPROVED WITH FOLLOWING STIPULATION: 1. Any future buildings will be reviewed with a new conditional use permit application. ITEM 14. 2006-12-14: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the C-4, Planned Commercial District to allow accessory off-site parking. Legal Description: Lots 1 and 2 Tract 1, First Interstate Bank Addition, Minnehaha County (26th Street and Marion Road). APPROVED WITH FOLLOWING STIPULATION: 1. The parking must be restricted by a written instrument of record. The instrument must be in a form acceptable to the director and contain the number of spaces under lease and a statement assuring retention of these spaces for a period specified by the Planning Commission; however, not less than one year. ITEM 15. 2006-12-17: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the C-2, General Commercial District to construct motor vehicle display and sales establishment. Legal Description: Lots 4-9, Block 15, Forest Hill Addition, except S. 7’ in Lots 6 and 7 and Tract 2 except the S. 7’, all in County Auditor Subdivision, Minnehaha County (1228, 1300 and 1304 E. Rice St. and 1407 N. Wayland Ave.). APPROVED ITEM 16. 2006-11-20: MINOR AMENDMENT in Subarea A and B, in the Interstate Crossing Business Park Planned Development District to allow paving in the front yard for a bicycle lane. Legal Description: Interstate Crossings Business Park Addition, Lots 1 and 2, Block 3, Lots 3A Block 3 and unplatted Block 3, Pana Tracts Lot 2, Block 4 and Lot 11, Block 4, Lincoln County (Solberg Avenue, 57th to 59th streets). APPROVED ITEM 17. 2006-12-15: FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN in Subarea A, Avera McKennan PD, Planned Development District District to allow surgical center expansion including a Minor Amendment for reduced front yard setback from 25 feet to 10 feet, and for reduced side yard setbacks from 5 feet to 0 feet and from 5 feet to 4 feet. Legal Description: Lots 8-11, Block 3; Lots 4-16, Block 4; Lot 1A, Block 6; vacated 19th Street and vacated Ninth Avenue; Gerin and Johnson’s Addition, Minnehaha County (910 E. 20th St.). APPROVED WITH FOLLOWING STIPULATION: 1. Adjacent property owners affected by the proposed setback reduction for a building link are to provide a letter of support or no contest before building permit issuance. ITEM 18. 2006-09-16: PRELIMINARY SUBDIVISION PLAN for residential development in Grasslands Second Addition. Legal Description: S1/2 NW1/4, lying east of Tract 1, Dawley Addition and except Lot H1 thereof, all in Section 1-101-50. Minnehaha County (34th Street and Career Avenue). DEFERRED FOR 30 DAYS ITEM 19. 2006-12-07: PRELIMINARY SUBDIVISION PLAN for Pinnacle Point Addition for development of commercial, office and residential uses. Legal Description: SE1/4 Section 36-102-50, except Lots H1, H3, H4, H5, H6 and H7, Minnehaha County (northwest corner of Benson Road and Interstate 29). APPROVED WITH FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. Show property area and required area for lots in the underlying zoning district. 2. Show phasing. 3. Benson Road access points approved by the city engineer. 4. Wetland mitigation outside of the waterway and approved by city engineer. ITEM 20. AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF SIOUX FALLS, S.D., BY ADDING A LAND USE CONTROL OVERLAY DISTRICT. APPROVED REGULAR AGENDA ITEM 26 IS WITHDRAWN AND ITEM 27 IS ADDED. ITEM 28 IS ADDED AS ELECTION OF OFFICERS. ITEM 21. 2006-12-04: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the C-2, General Commercial District to allow motor vehicle display and sales. Legal Description: Lots 5, 6, 7 and 8, Block 16, T.A. Smith’s Addition, Minnehaha County (2821 S. Minnesota Ave.). DEFERRED FOR 30 DAYS ITEM 22. 2006-12-18: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the RS-2, Residential District to construct a nursing home and hospice care facility. Legal Description: Lots 2-12, Block 2, Prince of Peace Addition, Minnehaha County (4500 S. Prince of Peace Place). DEFERRED FOR 30 DAYS (applicant not present to answer questions). ITEM 23. 2006-12-16: Future Land Use Map Amendment to provide for future land uses including office/institutional and to expand the neighborhood commercial. Legal Description: S1/2 SW1/4 Section 27-101-50, Minnehaha County (northeast corner of 41st Street and Ellis Road). APPROVED AMENDMENT that the plan also indicate allocation of single-family residential uses to the north to accommodate a row of single-family lots next to Ronning’s subdivision. APPROVED AS AMENDED. ITEM 24. 2006-12-19: FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN in Subarea G, Platinum Valley PD, Planned Development District to construct a neighborhood park. Legal Description: Tract 3, Platinum Valley II Addition, Lincoln County (7301 S. Hughes Ave.). APPROVED WITH FOLLOWING STIPULATION: 1. Additional trees are planted in the required front yard as required by the zoning ordinance. ITEM 25. 2006-12-02: FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN in Subarea C, Boulder Ridge Estates Planned Development District to construct an office building. Legal Description: Lot 1, Block 12 of Boulder Ridge Estates Addition, Lincoln County (7400 S. Bitterroot Place). APPROVED WITH FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. Provide public sidewalk along Western Avenue and a safe pedestrian walkway connection to the building main entrance. 2. Outdoor lighting shall consist of fully shielded lights so that no light rays are emitted by the installed fixture at angles above the horizontal plane, and submitted with building plans. ITEM 26. 2006-12-20: PRELIMINARY SUBDIVISION PLAN in the I-1, Light Industrial District to subdivide for industrial development. Legal Description: Tract 1, McConville’s Addition in E1/2 SW1/4 Section 27-102-49, Minnehaha County (East 60th Street North). WITHDRAWN ITEM 27. 2006-09-26: REFERRED MAJOR AMENDMENT to Subareas A and C, Washington Crossing PD, Planned Development District to adjust subarea boundaries for revised site development plans. Legal Description: Lots 1A, 1B and 2A, Block 1, Washington Crossing Addition, Minnehaha County (Sixth Street and Sycamore Avenue). APPROVED ITEM 28. ELECTION OF OFFICERS for 2007. Teresa Boysen made a motion to elect Kent Metzger as chairperson, Meredith Larson as vice chairperson and Pam Breidenbach as chairperson- pro-tem. David Van Veldhuizen seconded the motion. The motion passed unanimously. ITEM 29. ADJOURN. THE MEETING ADJOURNED AT 8:35 P.M. 2007-01-10
Airport Board MinutesDraft minutes of meeting Jan. 15, 2007 The Sioux Falls Regional Airport Authority Board met at noon, Jan. 15, 2007, in the first-floor conference room of the Costello Terminal. For a list of approved bills, go to www.siouxfalls businessjournal.com. • 1. MINUTES of meeting from Dec. 14, 2006; APPROVED. • 2. BILLS; APPROVED. • 3. CONSENT AGENDA; APPROVED A. Write off $14,084.06 from Standard Parking from a promise of $75,000 worth of improvements. B. T-hangar leases with Dave Adams. C. Declare surplus for disposal: one Polaroid ID-4 camera and two GE air conditioners. D. Ground lease with Security Credit Corp. • 4. EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S REPORT: A. Bids were opened Jan. 10 for replacement of Runway 3-21 centerline lights. The project is eligible for 95 percent grant reimbursement. Mike Breidenbach moved and Dean Sorenson seconded to award the bid to All Phase Electric on its low bid of $471,768.89. Motion carried. B. An optimization team from the Transportation Security Administration will be here to investigate the need for a second X-ray machine at the screening checkpoint. There was much discussion of the queuing area, space for a second X-ray machine and who has the various responsibilities for screening persons and property. C. Eide Bailly has begun an audit of the authority’s 2006 financial statements. • 5. VERIZON LEASE: Dean Sorenson moved and Bill Dougherty seconded approval of a 25-year lease with Verizon Wireless for land for a cell tower. Motion carried. • 6. INSPECTION CONTRACT: Bill Dougherty moved and Mike Breidenbach seconded approval of a contract with Ulteig Engineers for inspection and construction administration in the amount of $33,650. Motion carried. • 7. ANNUAL AVIATION ISSUES CONFERENCE: Tom Lien reported on his attendance at the 21st Annual Aviation Issues Conference. Among the topics presented were a discussion of the effects of airline mergers, the Federal Aviation Administration’s desire for general aviation to pay more for the air traffic control system, small community air service issues and security. • 8. CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS: Wes Schon of Ulteig Engineers explained that the firm would be working on the west-side general aviation area, a partial parallel taxiway for Runway 3-21, a new snow removal equipment building, access controls and a ticket counter remodel to accommodate the explosion detection system machines. MEETING ADJOURNED AT 12:38 P.M. Ck # Vendor Account Description Amount Date Paid 22501 Argus Leader printing $425.79 01/02/07 22502 AT&T telephone $67.71 " 22503 void $- " 22504 void $- " 22505 Child Support Payment Center payroll deduction - $346.16 $- " 22506 City of Sioux Falls sewer/telephone $38,901.77 " 22507 void $- " 22508 Concrete Materials field maintenance $815.07 " 22509 Creative Host Services board meeting - Dec $29.73 " 22510 void $- " 22511 Cryotech Deicing Technology runway deicing fluid $12,166.08 " 22512 DeRaad Welding & Machine machinery repair $496.00 " 22513 void $- " 22514 FedEx postage $7.37 " 22515 void $- " 22516 Goldsmith Heck engineering $2,900.00 " 22517 Green Eggs & Ram office machine repair $69.00 " 22518 void $- " 22519 Haugan Heating & Air Conditioning climate control $111.73 " 22520 void $- " 22521 Heartland Paper Co janitorial supplies $711.10 " 22522 void $- " 22523 Interstate Office Products office supplies $112.42 " 22524 Janitor's Closet janitorial supplies $440.51 " 22525 Kodiak Northwest Inc machinery repair $8,675.88 " 22526 Malloy Electric Bearing machinery repair $39.64 " 22527 MidAmerican Energy natural gas;other building $15,677.21 " 22528 Midwest Alarm Company security $70.00 " 22529 MidWestern Mechanical climate control $115.62 " 22530 Muth Electric electrical repair $1,250.00 " 22531 Northern States Supply machinery repair $123.83 " 22532 void $- " 22533 Qwest telephone $893.30 " 22534 Roto Rooter plumbing maintenance $123.00 " 22535 void $- " 22536 Short Elliot Hendrickson aip#3-46-0050-35 #12 $786.03 " 22537 Sioux Falls Utilities water/sewer;other blding $1,966.36 " 22538 Sioux Empire Federal Credit Union payroll deduction - $395.00 $- " 22539 void $- " 22540 Team Marketing office supplies $235.00 " 22541 Ulteig Engineers $960.00 " 22542 void $- " 22543 Verizon Wireless telephone $29.51 " 22544 WestCoast Sales field maintenance $669.70 " 22545 Crescent Electric electrical supplies $414.24 " 22546 Dex Media telephone $43.73 " 22547 G-2 Secure Staff security $9,435.68 " 22548 HDR Inc aip #3-45-0050-35 #3 $16,585.54 " 22549 Otis Elevator building maintenance $3,433.12 " 22550 SDML Workers Comp $8,688.00 " 22551 SD Retirement System payroll deduction - " 22552 SD Supplemental Retirement payroll deduction - $115.00 $- " 22553 Coffman Associations aip #3-45-0050- $27,240.00 " 22554 Standard Insurance insurance $378.75 " TOTAL $155,088.42 " Payroll pay period ending 12/31/06 $19,620.78 01/05/07 2007-01-24
City and County Planning CommissionMinutes Jan. 22, 2007 The Sioux Falls and Minnehaha County planning commissions met at 7 p.m. Monday, Jan. 22, 2007, in the Commission Room of the Minnehaha County Administration Building, 415 N. Dakota Ave. CONSTENT AGENDA Approved. • ITEM 1. APPROVAL OF MINUTES – Aug. 28, 2006, meeting. Approved. • ITEM 2. CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT #07-09 to amend CUP#03-35 to allow vehicle sales. Legal Description – Tr. 1 Wittelms 2nd Addn. NW1/4 NW1/4 in Section 22-T101NR50W Location – 400 S. Ellis Road. Intersection of West 12th Street and Ellis Road. Petitioner/Owner – Jeremiah Christensen / Douglas Langdon General Information Present Zoning – I-1 Light Industrial Existing Land Use – Motor vehicle repair Parcel size – less than 1 acre Approved with the following conditions: 1) The operation shall conform to the site plan submitted as part of the application with the addition of screened outdoor storage area. 2) All outside storage of parts, materials and disabled or damaged vehicles shall be screened from the public view by a screening fence. The fence shall be earth-tone in color and have a minimum opacity of 90% maintained over the full height of the fence. 3) No scrap materials or dismantled vehicles shall accumulate on the property. Any waste containers, such as dumpsters, shall be screened from public view. 4) No more than five (5) vehicles will be displayed on the site at any given time. The vehicles displayed for sale shall be operational and licensed. 5) No vehicles shall be parked in the required 15 foot landscape buffer (rocked area) along Ellis Rd. 6) Conditional Use Permit #07-09 shall only be approved for the applicant, Jeremiah Christensen. 2007-01-31
City Planning CommissionDraft minutes of meeting Feb. 7, 2007 (Bold italics indicates items to go to Council.) The City Planning Commission met at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 7, 2007, at Carnegie Town Hall, 235 W. 10th St. ITEMS RECEIVED AND FILED • None. APPROVAL OF CONSENT AGENDA ITEM 4 IS MOVED TO THE REGULAR AGENDA. ITEMS 8, 13, 18, 19 and 20 ARE DEFERRED TO THE NEXT MEETING. ITEMS 1-3, 5-7, 9-12, 14-17, 21 AND 22 ARE APPROVED AS CONSENT ITEMS. CONSENT AGENDA • ITEM 1. APPROVAL OF JAN. 3, 2007 MINUTES OF REGULAR MEETING. APPROVED • ITEM 2. PLATS. APPROVED • ITEM 3. 2006-10-24: REZONE RD, Residential District to O, Office District and O, Office District to RD, Residential District for residential and office development. Legal Description: S1/2 NW1/4 Lying East of Tract 1, Dawley Addition and except Lot H1 thereof, all in Section 1-101-50, Minnehaha County (34th Street and Career Avenue). APPROVED • ITEM 4. 2007-01-02: REZONE FROM O, Office to the RD, Residential District to allow multifamily housing. ITEM MOVED TO REGULAR AGENDA • ITEM 5. 2007-01-10: REZONE from AG, Agricultural and the RS-2, Residential District to the RA-1 and RD, Residental Districts to allow medium/ moderate density residential. Legal Description: A portion of S 1/2 of the NW 1/4 and W 1/2 of NE1/4 Section 30-101-48, Minnehaha County (26th Street and SD HWY 11). APPROVED • ITEM 6. 2006-09-16: PRELIMINARY SUBDIVISION PLAN for residential development in Grasslands Second Addition. Legal Description: S1/2 NW1/4, Lying East of Tract 1, Dawley Addition and except Lot H1 thereof, all in Section 1-101-50. Minnehaha County (34th Street and Career Avenue). APPROVED (Goes to Council with Item 3.) REGULAR AGENDA • ITEM 4. 2007-01-02: REZONE FROM O, Office to the RD, Residential District to allow multifamily housing. Legal Description: S. 260’ N. 548’ E. 250’ Tract 1, Thoms Addition, Lincoln County (57th Street and Southeastern Avenue). APPROVED • ITEM 7. R2006-10-04: REVIEW OF CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the C-2, General Commercial District to allow an on-sale alcohol establishment as the primary use. Legal Description: Lots 1, 2 and 3 and all of vacated alley north of and adjacent thereto, Block 1, Folsom’s Addition to Sioux Falls, Minnehaha County (1001 W. 11th St.). REVIEWED • ITEM 8. 2006-12-05: REZONE AG, Agricultural District to the 41st Street Ten, Planned Development district for future office, commercial and multi-family development. Legal Description: S1/2 SW1/4 Section 27-101-50, Minnehaha County (northeast corner of 41st Street and Ellis Road). DEFERRED • ITEM 9. 2007-01-03: REZONE RS-2, Residential District to the S, Institutional District for construction of a college, North American Baptist Seminary classroom and office space. Legal Description: E1/2 Vacated Alley and Lot 4, Block 25; E1/2 Vacated Alley and Lot 5, Block 25; University Second Addition; Minnehaha County (2113 and 2117 S. Norton Ave.). APPROVED • ITEM 10. 2007-01-06: REZONE from the RS-1, RD, and RA-1, Residential Districts to the RA-1 and RS-1, Residential Districts to align zoning with approved street pattern. Legal Description: A portion of the S1/2 of the W1/2 of the SE1/4 Section 12-101-49, per Zoning Exhibit, Minnehaha County (Madison Street and Dubuque Avenue). APPROVED • ITEM 11. 2007-01-12: REZONE from the AG, Agricultural District and the C-2, General Commercial District to the University Center Planned Development District to allow land uses accomodating a campus for higher education and research center. Legal Description: N 1/2 of Section 36-102-50 (60th Street North and Career Avenue). APPROVED • ITEM 12. 2006-12-01: MAJOR AMENDMENT to the Prairie Meadows PD, Planned Development District to change signage regulations. Legal Description: Lots 4A and 4B, Block 15, Prairie Meadows Second Addition, Lincoln County (W. 77th Street and S. Minnesota Avenue.) APPROVED SUBJECT TO: 1. Revised Subarea Regulations. ITEM 13. 2006-12-04: DEFERRED CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the C-2, General Commercial District to allow motor vehicle display and sales. Legal Description: Lots 5, 6, 7 & 8, Block 16, T.A. Smith’s Addition, Minnehaha County (2821 S. Minnesota Ave.). DEFERRED • ITEM 14. 2006-12-18: DEFERRED CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the RS-2, Residential District to construct a nursing home and hospice care facility. Legal Description: Lots 2-12, Block 2, Prince of Peace Addition, Minnehaha County (4500 S. Prince of Peace Place). APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING SITPULATIONS: 1. Utility easements are maintained where all public utilities are present and documentation is provided to the Department of Public Works as to the utility easement responsibilities. 2. All minimum standards of the zoning ordinance are met for landscaping. 3. Pre-existing Agricultural Uses are no longer allowed. • ITEM 15. 2006-12-22: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in I-1, Light Industrial District to allow motor vehicle display and sales. Legal Description: Tract 27 (EX ROAD), Froehlich Addition, Minnehaha County (3309 N. Cliff Ave.). APPROVED • ITEM 16. 2006-12-23: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the I-1, Light Industrial District to allow motor vehicle display and sales. Legal Description: Lot 7, Block 4, Forest Hill Addition, Minnehaha County (1700 N. Cliff Ave.). APPROVED SUBJECT TO THE FOLLOWING STIPULATION: 1. All vehicles need to be licensed and operational within three months. • ITEM 17. 2007-01-08: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the I-1, Light Industrial District to allow motor vehicle display and sales. Legal Description: Lots 1-3 and 10-12, Block 5, Forest Hill Addition, Minnehaha County (1614 N. Cliff Ave.). APPROVED SUBJECT TO THE FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. Provide a minimum 10-ft. setback from existing street curb and anchored concrete bumper blocks to prevent vehicle encroachment over the property line or the sidewalk, whichever comes first. 2. Improve the subject property with landscaping, setback and bumper blocks immediately following completion of a construction project to widen Cliff Avenue. A minimum 10-ft. landscaped setback from the property line along Cliff Avenue and provision of anchored bumper blocks to prevent vehicle encroachment, grass landscaping, three trees and an underground lawn irrigation system. • ITEM 18. 2007-01-13: PRELIMINARY SUBDIVISION PLAN in the University Center Planned Development District to allow development of a campus for higher education and research center. Legal Description: N 1/2 of Section 36-102-50 (60th Street North and Career Avenue). DEFERRED • ITEM 19. 2007-01-14: PRELIMINARY SUBDIVISION PLAN in the 41st Street Ten, Planned Development District to allow commercial, Office, multi-family residential development. Legal Description: S 1/2 SW1/4 Section 27-101-50, Minnehaha County (NE corner of 41st Street and Ellis Road). DEFERRED • ITEM 20. 2007-01-01: MINOR AMENDMENT in Subarea B, Meadows on the River Planned Development District to allow increase in signage along Louise Avenue to include an addition 50 square feet of sign area on existing sign structure. Legal Description: Lots 1 and 4, Meadows on the River, an addition to the City of Sioux Falls, Minnehaha County (Louise Avenue and 34th Street). DEFERRED • ITEM 21. 2007-01-17: FUTURE LAND USE AMENDMENT to the 2015 Comprehensive Plan to change an allocation of single family residential to multi-family residential. Legal Description: A portion of Section 14-100-50, Lincoln County (73rd Street near Cliff Avenue). APPROVED • ITEM 22. 2007-01-09: FUTURE LAND USE AMENDMENT to the 2015 Comprehensive Plan to change the allocation of multi-family and single-family residential to commercial. Legal Description: A Portion of S1/2 NW1/4 and W1/2 NE1/4 Section 30-101-48, Minnehaha County (Southeast corner of 26th Street and SD Hwy. 11). APPROVED • ITEM 23. ADJOURN MEETING ADJOURNED 8:45 P.M. 2007-02-14
Airport BoardDraft minutes of meeting Feb. 19, 2007 The Sioux Falls Regional Airport Authority Board met at noon, Feb. 19, 2007, in the first-floor conference room of the Costello Terminal. For a list of approved bills, go to www.siouxfalls businessjournal.com • 1. MINUTES. APPROVED. • 2. BILLS. APPROVED. • 3. CONSENT AGENDA. APPROVED. A. Executive director to attend concrete conference in Rapid City on March 2, 2007. B. T-hangar lease with Todd Weber. C. Testing agreement with Tetra Tech for $3,989. D. Accept low bids from Johnstone Supply in the amount of $647.94 for HVAC filters, Sioux Empire Lighting in the amount of $5,280 for Schedule I light bulbs, and Graybar in the amount of $1,809.84 for Schedule II light bulbs. • 4. EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR REPORT: A. On Feb. 15, there were 800 passengers booked on morning flights. The peak waiting time at the screening checkpoint was only 11 minutes. B. An optimization team from the Transportation Security Administration has not arrived yet to study checkpoint setup and operations. C. There is disagreement on the property line around the area leased by the South Dakota Army National Guard. • 5. MASTER PLAN. Steven Wagner of Coffman Associates presented a new 20-year master plan. The plan was the result of more than 12 months of work and many meetings with users and the public. The plan breaks down airport development into short-term, intermediate-term and long-term improvements. For the most part, the long-term improvements identified in the master plan are demand-driven. Projects have to be identified in the master plan to be eligible for federal grants. Total improvement cost in the plan is $107 million, of which $77 million should be eligible for Federal Airport Improvement Program money. The master plan also includes a draft ordinance to create an airport zoning district. Motion carried. • 6. ENGINEERING CONTRACT. Dean Sorenson moved and Bill Dougherty seconded to award a $468,600 engineering contract to Ulteig Engineers for 2007 work. Motion carried. • 7. TRAVELATOR MAINTENANCE CONTRACT. Mike Breidenbach moved and Dean Sorenson seconded approval of a five-year maintenance contract with Otis Elevator for the travelators and Otis Elevator in the amount of $3,316.34 per month with the proviso that the contract could be cancelled should the travelators be moved or replaced by escalators. Motion carried. • 8. INSURANCE PROPOSALS. Bill Dougherty moved and Mike Breidenbach seconded acceptance of Holmes Murphy’s proposal for property insurance, inland marine, automobile liability and public officials bond, rejecting terrorism coverage in property insurance, with a total annual premium of $35,291. Motion carried. Mike Breidenbach moved and Hal Wick seconded acceptance of Insurance Benefit’s proposal for liability insurance through Federal Insurance with an annual premium of $41,220. Motion carried. • MEETING ADJOURNED at 12:56 pm. 2007-02-28
City & County lanning CommissionsDraft minutes of meeting Feb. 26, 2007 The Sioux Falls and Minnehaha County planning commissions met at 7 p.m. Monday, Feb. 26, 2007, in the Commission Room of the Minnehaha County Administration Building, 415 N. Dakota Ave. APPROVAL OF CONSENT AGENDA Items 2, 3 and 4 were placed on the regular agenda. • ITEM 1. MINUTES of the Jan. 22, 2006, meeting; APPROVED. APPROVAL OF REGULAR AGENDA • ITEM 2. CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT No. 07-14 to allow 1,620 square feet of accessory building area. Legal Description – Tracts 15, 15A, 16 and 16A of Boekhoff’s Subdivision in Section 21-T101N-R50W Location – 46861 265th St., one-half mile west of Sioux Falls Petitioner/Owner – Matthew Poss APPROVED with the following conditions: 1. Accessory building area shall not exceed 1,620 square feet. 2. Accessory buildings shall not exceed one story in height. 3. No commercial use of the accessory buildings shall be allowed. 4. A building inspection is required of any new accessory buildings. 5. All vehicles parked outside a permanent structure shall be currently licensed no later than 5 p.m. March 5, 2007. • ITEM 3. CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT No. 07-11 to allow the transfer of two residential building eligibilities. From S1/2 SW1/4 NE1/4 and from NW1/4 SE1/4 in Section 29-T101N-R48W to NE1/4 SE1/4 in Section 29-T101N-R48W Location – Three-quarters of a mile east of Sioux Falls Petitioner/Owner – O’Hanlon LLC DEFERRED until March 26 meeting because applicant has not sent out required notification letters. • ITEM 4. PRELIMINARY SUBDIVISION PLAN 07-1 O’Hanlon Addition Phase 2 (Tracts 12-14). Legal Description – A portion of the NE1/4 SE1/4 of Section 29-T101N-R48W Location – Three-quarters mile east of Sioux Falls Petitioner/Owner- Gerald Johnson, O’Hanlon LLC DEFERRED until March 26 meeting because of additional requirements submitted by the Public Works Department. • ITEM 5. REZONING No. 07-02 from A-1 Agricultural to I-2 Industrial. Legal Description – S1,364.50’ W1/2 SW1/4 lying west of the railroad (except Tract 1 A Erickson’s Subdivision and except all H lots and E lots) in Section 29-T102N-R49W Location – One-quarter mile north of the Sioux Falls Regional Airport Petitioner/Owner – TJN Enterprises DENIED 2007-03-14
City Planning CommissionDraft minutes of meeting March 7, 2007 (Bold italics indicates items to go to Council.) The City Planning Commission met at 7 p.m. Wednesday, March 7, 2007, at Carnegie Town Hall, 235 W. 10th St. ITEMS RECEIVED AND FILED • None. APPROVAL OF CONSENT AGENDA ITEM 14 IS MOVED TO THE REGULAR AGENDA. ITEM 26 IS DEFERRED TO THE NEXT MEETING. ITEMS 1-13 AND 15-20 ARE APPROVED AS CONSENT ITEMS. CONSENT AGENDA • ITEM 1. APPROVAL OF FEB. 7, 2007, MINUTES OF REGULAR MEETING. APPROVED • ITEM 2. PLATS. APPROVED • ITEM 3. 2007-02-10: MAJOR AMENDMENT to Subarea A, Thelin Business Center PD, Planned Development District to change underlying zoning district regulations from RA-1, Residential District to O, Office District. Legal Description: To be platted as Lot 2, Block 12, Thelin Addition, Minnehaha County (Career Avenue and Cayman Street). APPROVED • ITEM 4. 2007-01-22: REZONE AG, Agricultural District to the I-1, Light Industrial, C-2, General Commercial, C-4, Planned Commercial and O, Office Districts for future development. Legal Description: Portions of Jansmick Addition as shown by Exhibit, Minnehaha County (Benson Road and Northview Avenue) APPROVED • ITEM 5. 2007-02-15: REZONE AG, Agricultural District to the C-4, Planned Commercial District for future development. Legal Description: A portion of W1/2 NE1/4 Section 30-101-48 as shown by Exhibit, Minnehaha County (southeast corner of the intersection at 26th Street and Hwy. 11). APPROVED • ITEM 6. 2007-02-16: REZONE C-1, Neighborhood Commercial District to C-2, General Commercial District for additional signage and additional uses allowed. Legal Description: Lots 129-132; Lot 123 except E. 14’; Eastview Subdivision, Minnehaha County (500-510 S. Cleveland Ave.). APPROVED • ITEM 7. 2007-01-16: REZONE from the RS-2, Residential District to the Tuscany Village Planned Development District to allow condomium development. Legal Description: A portion of the SE 1/4 and portion of the NE 1/4, Section 14-100-50, Lincoln County (south of East 73rd Street). APPROVED • ITEM 8. 2007-02-05: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the C-2, General Commercial District to allow motor vehicle display and sales. Legal Description: Lots 7, 8 and 9, Block 4, Bennett's First Addition, Except Lot H2 of Lot 9, Block 4, Bennett’s First Addition, Minnehaha County (10th Street and Minnesota Avenue). APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING CONDITION: 1. The required 10 foot front yard is provided as depicted on the conditional use plan. • ITEM 9. 2007-02-07: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the C-2, General Commercial District to construct a retail building on a parcel greater than one acre in size. Legal Description: Lots 1 & 2, Lot A, Tract V (except Lot H1), Kelley’s Tracts, Minnehaha County (41st Street and Westport Avenue). APPROVED • ITEM 10. 2007-02-11: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the C-2, General Commercial and the I-1, Light Industrial Districts to allow display and sales of utility trailers. Legal Description: Lot 1 , Tract 10, Taylor’s Subdivision (Unit 7) of part of the W1/2 NW1/4 Section 3-101-48, Minnehaha County (3520 N. Cliff Ave.). APPROVED • ITEM 11. 2007-02-17: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the C-2, General Commercial District to allow a church. Legal Description: Eagan Tract 1 (except N. 422.1’), Tract 5, Lot 2, SF Farmstead resub SE1/4 25-101-50, Minnehaha County (3105 S. Carolyn Ave.). APPROVED • ITEM 12. 2007-02-18: FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN including a Minor Amendment allowing for a setback reduction to 11.6’ along an irregular portion of a private street in Subaera B, Dugan Planned Development District. Legal Description: W 575’ of the E 1,097’ of Southern 2nd Addition, Minnehaha County (1601 W. 44th Place). APPROVED • ITEM 13. 2006-09-06: PRELIMINARY SUBDIVISION PLAN for the Great Meadow Addition to allow development of commercial and transitional uses in the Flagstone Planned Development District. Legal Description: Tract 1 of Great Meadow Addition, Minnehaha County (60th Street North and Kiwanis Avenue). APPROVED • ITEM 14. 2006-10-18: PRELIMINARY SUBDIVISION PLAN for Diamond Field Estates Addition, a residential and commercial subdivision. (MOVED TO REGULAR AGENDA) • ITEM 15. 2007-01-11: PRELIMINARY SUBDIVISION PLAN for the Copper Creek Planned Development District for medium/moderate density residential and commercial development. Legal Description: A portion of S1/2 of NW 1/4 and W 1/2 of NE 1/4, Seciton 30-101-48, Minnehaha County. (SE corner of 26th Street and SD HWY 11). APPROVED REGULAR AGENDA • ITEM 14. 2006-10-18: PRELIMINARY SUBDIVISION PLAN for Diamond Field Estates Addition, a residential and commercial subdivision. Legal Description: NW1/4 Section 31-101-48 Except the following: Lot H-1; Tract 1, Wolfes Addition; W 142’ E. 1050’ N. 306’; W. 142’ E. 1,050’ S. 6112’ N. 958’; W. 142’ E. 842’ S. 306’ N. 1636’; Minnehaha County (41st Street and Hwy 11). APPROVED • ITEM 16. 2006-12-05: REZONE AG, Agricultural District to the C-4, Planned Commercial, 41st Street Ten, Planned Development District, RA-1, Residential, RD, Residential and the RS-2, Residential Districts for future commercial, office and multi-family & single family residential development. Legal Description: S1/2 SW1/4 Section 27-101-50, Minnehaha County (Northeast corner of 41st Street and Ellis Road). APPROVED • ITEM 17. 2006-12-04: DEFERRED CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the C-2, General Commercial District to allow motor vehicle display and sales. Legal Description: Lots 5, 6, 7 & 8, Block 16, T.A. Smith's Addition, Minnehaha County (2821 S. Minnesota Ave.). DEFERRED • ITEM 18. 2007-01-04: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the S, Institutional District to allow off-site parking. Legal Description: E1/2 Vacated Alley and Lots 3, 4 and 5; W1/2 Vacated Alley and Lots 22, 23 and 24; Block 25; Block 25 all in University Second Addition, Minnehaha County (between Summit Avenue and Norton Avenue at vacated 29th Street). APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING CONDITIONS: 1. Parking lot screening materials are approved by the Planning Commission. 2. Tree plantings and living ground cover in the front yard, as required by the zoning ordinance, is not affected by storm water controls. 3. Sidewalk connections between the public sidewalk and the parking lot are provided to separate pedestrians from moving vehicles in driveways. • ITEM 19. 2007-01-18: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the S, Institutional District to allow construction of a college or post high school within 150 feet of a residential district. Legal Description: E 1/2 of vacated alley and Lot 4 & 5, Block 25, University Second Addition, Minnehaha County (2113 and 2117 S. Norton Ave.). APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING CONDITIONS: 1. Parking lot screening materials are approved by the Planning Commission. 2. Tree plantings and living ground cover in the front yard, as required by the zoning ordinance, is not affected by storm water controls. 3. Sidewalk connections between the public sidewalk and the parking lot are provided to separate pedestrians from moving vehicles in driveways. 4. Trash/mechanical equipment enclosure shall incorporate similar building material and be approved by the Planning Director. • ITEM 20. 2007-01-24: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the C-3, Central Business District to allow on-sale alcohol. Legal Description: Lots 10 & 11, Blk. 31, Brookings and Edmunds Addition, Minnehaha County (401 N. Phillips Ave., Suite 401M). APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING CONDITIONS: 1. Approved for this applicant only. 2. Security management plan approved by the Police Department. • ITEM 21. 2007-02-03: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the C-2, General Commercial District to allow motor vehicle display and sales. Legal Description: S 33’ vacated Russel Street & Lots 1 & 2, Block 15, Summit Addition, Minnehaha County (1388 N. Main Ave./1339 N. North Drive). DEFERRED • ITEM 22. Designation of TAX INCREMENT FINANCE DISTRICT BOUNDARIES: Tax Increment Finance District Number Eight, City of Sioux Falls, South Dakota. Legal Description: Lots 5, 6 and 7, except railroad rights-of-way contained therein, and except Tract B of the County Auditor’s Subdivision, and except that part of Block 2 of Phillips to the Falls Addition contained therein, and except the East 50 Feet of Lot 7, in Block 33 of Brookings and Edmunds’ Addition to Sioux Falls; and the East 50 Feet of Lot 7 in Block 33 of Brookings and Edmunds’ Addition, except railroad right-of-way contained therein; and Railroad Rights-Of-Way contained within Lots 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9 in Block 33 of Brookings and Edmunds’ Addition; and Lots 8 and 9 in Block 33 of Brookings and Edmunds’ Addition; and Tracts A & B of the County Auditor’s Subdivision of Block 33 in Brookings and Edmunds’ Addition; and Lot 1 in Block 32 of Brookings and Edmund’s Addition thereof; and Block 1 of Ecker’s Addition thereof; and Lot A in Block 1 of Ecker’s Addition thereof; AND The South 214.4 Feet of Block 2 and all of Block 1 of Phillips to the Falls, an Addition to the City of Sioux Falls, Minnehaha County, South Dakota, according to the recorded plat thereof, Minnehaha County (general boundaries: Main to Phillips avenues between Third and Fifth streets). APPROVED • ITEM 23: PROJECT PLAN FOR TAX INCREMENTAL DISTRICT NUMBER 8, CITY OF SIOUX FALLS, S.D. Legal Description: (same as ITEM 22). APPROVED • ITEM 24. 2007-01-14: PRELIMINARY SUBDIVISION PLAN for the Elrod Addition, in the 41st Street Ten Addition to allow commercial, office, multi-family residential development. Legal Description: S 1/2 SW1/4 Section 27-101-50, Minnehaha County (NE corner of 41st Street and Ellis Road). APPROVED • ITEM 25. 2006-12-11: PRELIMINARY SUBDIVISION PLAN for R.B. Flowerfields Addition-Phase 2, for residential and office development. Legal Description: R.B. Flowerfields Addition-Phase 2, Minnehaha County (41st Street and Grinnell Avenue). APPROVED • ITEM 26. 2007-01-01: DEFERRED MINOR AMENDMENT in Subarea B, Meadows on the River Planned Development District to allow increase in signage along Louise Avenue to include an additional 50 square feet of sign area on existing sign structure. Legal Description: Lots 1 and 4, Meadows on the River, an addition to the City of Sioux Falls, Minnehaha County (Louise Avenue and 34th Street). DEFERRED • ITEM 27. 2007-02-08: MINOR AMENDMENT to Subarea B, Granite Valley PD, Planned Development District to reduce the front yard setback required from 25 feet to 23’-7” for an existing structure. Legal Description: Lot 15, Block 11, Granite Valley Addition, Minnehaha County (1613 E. 70th St. N.). APPROVED • ITEM 28. 2007-02-13: MINOR AMENDMENT to Subarea B, Good Samaritan National Center PD, Planned Development District to add building signage. Legal Description: Tract A, First City Office Park Addition, Minnehaha County (4800 W. 57th St.). APPROVED • ITEM 29. 2007-02-04: MINOR AMENDMENT to Subarea A, Cleveland Avenue PD, Planned Development District to reduce minimum side yard setback requirements from seven feet to five feet. Legal Description: Lots 3 -7, Block 1, Timberline Estates Addition, Minnehaha County (Cleveland Avenue and Madison Street). APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING CONDITION: 1. The setback reduction is allowed for four-unit, multi-family buildings. • ITEM 30. 2007-02-14: FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN in Subarea C, I-29 Lake Park Planned Development District to allow phase IV of an apartment complex. Legal Description: Lot 6 and remianing unplatted property of Subarea C, I-29 Lake Park Planned Development District, Minnehaha County (18th Street and Ebenezer Avenue). APPROVED • ITEM 31. 2007-02-06: FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN in Subarea C, Washington Crossing PD, Planned Development District to construct senior housing apartments. Legal Description: Lot 2B, Block 1, Washington Crossing Addition, Minnehaha County (Sixth Street and Sycamore Avenue). APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATIONS: 1. Replat the subject property to conform to all frontage, setback and yard requirements prior to building permit issuance. 2. Provide designs for Building Four and the Community Building. 3. Provide pedestrian and bicycle path connections to Phases One and Two and to the city bicycle path along Skunk Creek. 4. Provide a landscaping plan and schedule for approval by the Planning Director prior to building permit issuance. 5. A density bonus application must be approved by the Planning Director prior to building permit issuance. • ITEM 32. AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF SIOUX FALLS, SD AMENDING THE REVISED ORDINANCES OF THE CITY BY REVISING THE ZONING ORDINANCE AND CREATING AN AP, AIRPORT ZONING DISTRICT WITHIN THE CITY OF SIOUX FALLS. APPROVED • ITEM 33. ADJOURN THE MEETING ADJOURNED AT 9:35 P.M. 2007-03-14
AIRPORT BOARDDraft minutes of meeting April 17, 2007 The Sioux Falls Regional Airport Authority Board met at noon April 17, 2007, in the first-floor conference room of the Costello Terminal. For a list of approved bills, go to www.siouxfallsbusinessjournal.com • 1. MINUTES Mike Breidenbach moved and Hal Wick seconded approval of the March 27, 2007, meeting minutes. Motion carried. • 2. BILLS Mike Breidenbach moved and Hal Wick seconded approval of the bills as presented. Motion carried. • 3. CONSENT AGENDA Bill Dougherty moved and Hal Wick seconded approval of the following consent agenda: A. Appoint Sioux Falls Development Foundation as agent for administration of revenue guarantee program for Frontier Airlines. B. Budget increase of $8,750 for a public access videophone. C. Approve advertising contract with KELO-Land in the amount of $18,408. Motion carried. • 4. EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR REPORT A. About 380 people have signed up at www.flyfrontierfsd.com showing their support for Frontier Airlines service. There will be local advertising to try to get that number above 1,000. B. The FAA is now looking to expand the runway safety area for runway 03 to 650’ or 800’ by 1000’, both of which would affect Elmwood Golf Course. The Authority has been talking to the Parks Department about the issue. C. The TSA will be installing a second x-ray machine at the checkpoint mid-May. Prior to that, the Authority will be making some modifications to the area for the second machine as well as expanding the queuing area. • 5. CATERING BY MARLIN Catering by Marlin expressed interest in submitting a proposal to run the food and beverage concession when the current contract expires in March 2009. They gave a presentation on their company, which provides food service to corporate and institutional areas and operates family restaurants. Catering by Marlin is based in Sioux Falls. • 6. CONSTRUCTION PROGRESS The centerline light project is scheduled to start June 4. Other electrical work is starting this week. Wes Schon of Ulteig Engineers and Jeff Nelson of Baldridge-Nelson presented details on other projects that will be upcoming. There was discussion of the snow removal equipment building and the terminal ticketing expansion that will allow the EDS machines to be placed in the bag make-up areas. Ulteig was directed to proceed with plans and cost estimates for the ticketing expansion. Bill Dougherty left at this time. • 7. VISITOR INDUSTRY LUNCHEON Sioux Falls Convention and Visitors Bureau will host the annual Visitor Industry Luncheon on May 24. Adjourned at 1:02 pm. 2007-04-17
Airport Board Draft Minutes of 06-25-09• ITEM 1. Minutes of the May 28, 2009, meeting; APPROVED. • ITEM 2. Bills; APPROVED. • ITEM 3. Consent Agenda: A. Renew health insurance coverage with Wellmark Blue Cross Blue Shield effective July 1, 2009. B. Purchase new office furniture for deputy director’s office for $2,500. C. Repair field blade/grader for $5,000. APPROVED. • ITEM 4. Executive director’s report: A. The resurfacing of Runway 15/33 is ahead of schedule, and paving will begin on July 6, 2009. The apron work north of the terminal continues but has been slowed down by rain. The completion date is set for the first week of July and at that time the Authority will review the penalty of $5,000 per day for not having the job completed on June 30, 2009. B. Year-to-date enplanements and concession sales are down over a year ago but should rebound in June. C. FAA recertification audit was June 16-18, and it was recommended that we update our recurrent training, our self-inspection procedure and the Emergency Response Plan. D. The Airport Authority will work with the city of Sioux Falls to offset the loss of golf fees Elmwood Golf Course would incur during the Blue Angels performance at the Sioux Falls Airshow on July 24-26. • ITEM 5. Old Business: A. Because of low enplanement numbers, there will not be an additional 1 percent cost-of-living allowance. B. A notice to proceed is projected to be given the week of July 6 on the terminal remodel project. C. On June 1, 2009, the airport became a smoke-free environment with appropriate smoking locations away from the entrance to the terminal given to smokers. • ITEM 6. Easement Request: Temporary and permanent easements for airport property on the north end of the field. APPROVED. • ITEM 7. Window replacement in the old weather bureau building was deferred to the next meeting to get more estimates and possibly open to bids to replace the old and damaged windows. • ITEM 8. Audio equipment: Mike Breidenbach moved and Tom Lien seconded the proposal from Amick Sound Inc. for $8,750 to replace the current paging system in the terminal. APPROVED. Chairman Dean Sorenson adjourned the meeting for executive session at 1:18 p.m. Tom Lien left executive session at 1:50 p.m. Chairman Dean Sorenson called the meeting back to order at 2:05 p.m. Chairman Dean Sorenson adjourned the meeting at 2:06 p.m.2009-07-09
City Planning Commission Draft Minutes 07-01-09The City Planning Commission met at 7 p.m. Wednesday, July 1, 2009, at Carnegie Town Hall, 235 W. 10th St. ITEMS RECEIVED AND FILED • ITEM 1. MINUTES OF JUNE 3, 2009, REGULAR MEETING. APPROVED. • ITEM 2. PLATS. • ITEM 3. 2009-05-18: REZONE from the C-1, Neighborhood Commercial District to the RS-2, Residential District for allowed uses at 1100 S. Blaine Ave. APPROVED. • ITEM 4. 2009-05-11: MAJOR AMENDMENT to Subarea E of the Brady Estates Planned Development District to revise subarea boundaries by creating Subarea G at the northeast corner of Southeastern Avenue and Marson Drive. WITHDRAWN BY PETITIONER. • ITEM 5. 2009-05-19: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the C-3, Central Business District to allow an on-sale alcohol establishment at 330 N. Main Ave. APPROVED with the following conditions: 1. For this applicant only. 2. Security management plan to be approved and updated with the Sioux Falls Police Department with a copy forwarded to the City Planning Office for review. • ITEM 6. 2009-06-03: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the C-2, General Commercial District to allow motor vehicle storage, sales and display at 1105 S. Minnesota Ave. APPROVED. • ITEM 7. 2009-06-07: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the O, Office District and RS-2, Residential District to allow a child-care center at 1700 S. Cliff Ave. APPROVED with the following conditions: 1. Revised site plan to indicate minimum 4-feet high security fencing at the north play area. 2. Revised parking plan to indicate parking spaces reserved for child-care use at the building entrance. • ITEM 8. 2009-06-08: FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN in Subarea A of the Diamond Village Planned Development District to construct fourplexes at 73rd Street and Tomar Avenue. APPROVED with the following stipulations: 1. Black ash, green ash or other ash tree varieties shall comprise no more than 10 percent of the total deciduous shade tree count, as recommended by the city forester in the published Street Tree Guide. A landscape plan specifying the exact species and variety of each tree shall be submitted as part of the plan check. • ITEM 9. 2009-06-16: MINOR AMENDMENT in Subarea D of the Shadow Creek Planned Development District to allow the installation of athletic field light poles up to 90 feet in height at Cliff Avenue and 69th Street. APPROVED. REGULAR AGENDA • ITEM 10. REPORT ON REVISED CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the I-1, Light Industrial District to allow motor vehicle display and sales and retail trade and services including motorized sales at 1700 N. Cliff Ave. Commission heard report. No action was taken. • ITEM 11. 2009-05-12: MAJOR AMENDMENT to Subarea B of the Morrow Planned Development District for allowed uses at 6400 W. 43rd St. WITHDRAWN BY PETITIONER Commissioner Meredith Larson stepped down from voting on Items 12, 14, 15 and 16. • ITEM 12. 2009-06-05: REZONE from the RS-2, Residential District and the North American Baptist Seminary Planned Development District to Subarea A of Sanford USD Medical Center Planned Development District for allowed uses from 22nd to 26th streets and from Grange to Covell avenues. APPROVED. • ITEM 13. 2009-04-14: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the C-2, General Commercial District to allow an on-sale alcohol establishment at 2019 S. Minnesota Ave. APPROVED with the following conditions being met before building permit issuance: 1. Security management plans approved by city Police Department for on-sale and off-sale alcohol establishments. 2. Parking lot security lighting plan reviewed by city Police Department and approved by Zoning and Building Services. 3. Outdoor seating is prohibited. 4. No access onto Spring Avenue. 5. Six-foot screen fence between residential property. APPROVED. • ITEM 14. 2009-06-10: MINOR AMENDMENT in Subarea A to allow a reduction in the required setback along Grange Avenue for the placement of an electrical vault at 18th Street and Grange Avenue. (Related to Items 15 and 16). APPROVED. • ITEM 15. 2009-06-11: MINOR AMENDMENT in Subarea A of the Sanford USD Medical Center Planned Development District to allow the relocation of required street trees for utility placement at 18th Street and Grange Avenue. (Related to Items 14 and 16). APPROVED. • ITEM 16. 2009-06-12: FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN in Subarea A of the Sanford USD Medical Center Planned Development District to construct a heart hospital at 18th Street and Grange Avenue. (Related to Items 14 and 15). APPROVED. • ITEM 17. AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF SIOUX FALLS, S.D., REPEALING THE REVISED ORDINANCES OF THE CITY BY AMENDING APPENDIX “D” ENTITLED FLOODPLAIN MANAGEMENT ORDINANCE OF SIOUX FALLS. Applicant: City of Sioux Falls APPROVED. • ITEM 18. ADJOURN. 2009-07-09
Airport boardAug. 27, 2009 The Sioux Falls Regional Airport Authority Board met at noon, Aug. 27, 2009, in the first-floor conference room of the Costello Terminal. • ITEM 1. MINUTES of the July 23, 2009, meeting; APPROVED. • ITEM 2. BILLS; APPROVED. • ITEM 3. CONSENT AGENDA A. Reimburse Elmwood Golf Course $7,500 for lost revenue during the airshow with the stipulation that the airshow committee make other arrangements to cover this loss the next time. APPROVED. B. Reimbursement of $6,632 for sewer line work to Jerry James’ hangar. APPROVED. C. Travel by executive director and deputy director to FAA Airport District Office meeting in Bismarck, N.D., Oct. 27 and 28, 2009; APPROVED. • ITEM 4. EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR REPORT: A. The resurfacing of Runway 15/33 will be complete and Taxiway M will be open by Sept. 1, 2009 and the apron work is complete. The terminal remodel is approximately two weeks ahead of schedule. B. Ads have been placed for request for quotes for engineering services for 2010-14. C. Notice to bidders for aircraft deicing fluid was placed for the 2009-10 winter season. D. An application for TSA funding has been sent to request funding for our in-line luggage system. • ITEM 5. OLD BUSINESS A. Tom Lien moved and Mike Luce seconded the “prairie” design concept for the curbside canopy design to be the same concept. APPROVED. • ITEM 6. TRILLION AVIATION: Mike Luce asked that Dan Letellier check into what his role would be as executive director with Trillion and get references from other airports using Trillion’s consulting services. • ITEM 7. SKYFORCE SPONSORSHIP: Hal Wick moved and Tom Lien seconded sponsorship of the Sioux Falls Skyforce for $10,000. APPROVED. • ITEM 8. MONTHLY BOARD MEETING: Hal Wick moved and Mike Luce seconded changing the monthly Airport Authority Board meeting from the fourth Thursday of the month to the third Thursday of the month beginning Sept. 17, 2009. APPROVED. • ADJOURN: Chairman Dean Sorenson adjourned the meeting at 1:01 pm. • NEXT MEETING: Sept. 17, 2009.2009-09-09
Airport MinutesThe Sioux Falls Regional Airport Authority Board met at 11 a.m., Oct. 1, 2009. • ITEM 1. CHANGE ORDERS: Mike Luce moved and Hal Wick seconded approval of change orders 1-18 totaling $345,372.67 for the terminal remodel and giving the executive director a $400,000 maximum discretionary amount to spend on any other terminal-change expenses until the next board meeting scheduled for Oct. 15. APPROVED. • ITEM 2. COMMON USE COMPUTER EQUIPMENT: Executive director Dan Letellier asked the board to consider common-use computer equipment in the airport, noting that it would improve utilization of ticket counter and gate space. Vice chairman Tom Lien instructed Mr. Letellier to research other suppliers. • ADJOURN: Vice chairman Tom Lien adjourned the meeting at 12:38 p.m.2009-10-01
Airport boardSept. 17, 2009 The Sioux Falls Regional Airport Authority Board met at noon, Sept. 17, 2009, in the first-floor conference room of the Costello Terminal. • ITEM 1. MINUTES of the Aug. 27, 2009, meeting; APPROVED. • ITEM 2. BILLS; APPROVED. • ITEM 3. CONSENT AGENDA: A. $100,000 new air-service incentive package for American Airlines of $50,000 after six months of service and another $50,000 after 12 months of service in Sioux Falls. B. Travel by executive director to the Federal Aviation Administration Great Lakes Region Annual Conference in Chicago Nov. 4 -6, 2009. • ITEM 4. EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S REPORT: A. Construction on the terminal is under way. Phase I should be complete the first part of April 2010. B. Mark Sixel with Sixel Consulting will discuss the airport’s partnership with community organizations Sept. 23. C. A request for proposals has been placed for airport security services with more hours covered in the agreement. • ITEM 5. OLD BUSINESS: A. Preliminary design cost for the concourse remodel is estimated to be $7.8 million. The board would like to have the new engineer get involved with the design. • ITEM 6. ENGINEERING AGREEMENT: Mike Breidenbach moved and Hal Wick seconded Goldsmith Heck Engineers in partnership with Kadrmas Lee & Jackson to be the new engineering firm for 2010-14; APPROVED. • ITEM 7. TRILLION AVIATION: Hal Wick moved and Tom Lien seconded an agreement with Trillion Aviation as a consultant to develop airline leases for the new terminal and non-airline related revenue opportunities; APPROVED. • ITEM 8. CONSTRUCTION ADMINISTRATION: Tom Lien moved and Mike Breidenbach seconded an agreement with Ulteig Engineers for construction administration on the terminal project not to exceed $161,575; APPROVED. • ITEM 9. OPEN SEGMENT COMMENTS: Dustin Sejnoha gave an update on the improvements that CBM has made to the restaurant and food items offered. • ADJOURN: Chairman Dean Sorenson adjourned the meeting at 12:59 p.m. • NEXT BOARD MEETING: Oct. 15, 2009.2009-10-10
Airport MinutesThe Sioux Falls Regional Airport Authority Board met at noon, Oct. 15, 2009, in the first-floor conference room of the Costello Terminal. • ITEM 1. MINUTES of the Sept. 17 and Oct 1 meetings; APPROVED. • ITEM 2. BILLS; APPROVED. • ITEM 3. CONSENT AGENDA: A. Purchase a 2001 Ford pickup for $7,525 to replace the 1989 Dodge pickup; APPROVED. B. Accept bid proposal from Ascent Aviation for Propylene airplane deicing fluid for the 2009-10 season; APPROVED. C. Purchase of TV monitors and installation of satellite TV service in the gate areas on the concourse with an approximate cost of $10,000; APPROVED. • ITEM 4. EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S REPORT: A. Construction on the terminal is continuing with the pouring of cement about two-thirds complete and work on the cooling tower has begun. B. The special session board meeting on Oct. 1 authorized spending up to $400,000 on change orders 1-18 for the terminal remodel project. Final cost on the change orders was approximately $340,000. C. Mike Lum with Sixel Consulting and Dan Letellier met with members of the Sioux Falls Area Chamber of Commerce, the Sioux Falls Convention & Visitors Bureau and other interested parties Sept 23 regarding incentives to bring in new airline service. D. Goldsmith Heck Engineers/Kadrmas Lee & Jackson has begun work on a capital improvement plan for 2010-14. • ITEM 5. OLD BUSINESS: A. Chris Schiltz and Kyle Raph explained that the concourse remodel would be in bid with four bid options, Phase 1, Phase 2, Phase 3 or Phase 4, which would include all 3 phases combined. Board also directed Koch Hazard Architects to identify options to reduce the overall cost of the project as well as use the LEED guidelines. • ITEM 6. PASSENGER FACILITY CHARGE: Tom Lien moved and Mike Breidenbach seconded to begin the application process to implement a passenger facility charge of $4.50 to be used specifically for the funding of the concourse remodel as outlined in the five-year capital improvement plan. APPROVED. • ITEM 7. PROPOSED AVIATION MUSEUM: John Mollison asked for designated space in the terminal for a Sioux Falls Aviation Museum. Board members asked to see specific plan ideas and what items would be placed in the museum. A subcommittee of Mike Breidenbach and Deputy Director Richard King was assigned to meet with Mr. Mollison to work out further details on the proposed plan. • ITEM 8. NEW HOWARD WOOD FIELD SITE: Mike Breidenbach moved and Tom Lien seconded a motion to send a letter to the Sioux Falls School District, Sioux Falls Sports Authority and Arena task force to advise them of our concerns regarding the proposed site of a new Howard Wood Field located directly west of the approach end to Runway 15 based on safety reasons; APPROVED. • ITEM 9. NEW AIRPORT SECURITY FIRM: Mike Luce moved and Hal Wick seconded accepting G4S Wackenhut’s proposal to provide security services at the airport. Change in security companies could begin as early as Dec. 1, 2009; APPROVED. • ITEM 10. AAAE ANNUAL CONFERENCE: Any interested board members were invited to attend the annual conference of the American Association of Airport Executives in Maui, Hawaii, Jan. 10-14, 2010. • ITEM 11. AIRPORT HOLIDAY PARTY: The annual airport holiday party will be Dec. 12, 2009, at Michael’s Steakhouse. • OPEN SEGMENT COMMENTS: No comments given. • ADJOURN: Chairman Dean Sorenson adjourned the meeting at 1:37 pm. • NEXT BOARD MEETING: Nov. 19, 2009.2009-10-15
Airport board Draft minutes of meetingNov. 19, 2009 The Sioux Falls Regional Airport Authority Board met at noon, Nov. 19, 2009, in the first-floor conference room of the Costello Terminal. • ITEM 1. MINUTES of the Oct. 15, 2009, meeting; APPROVED. • ITEM 2. BILL; APPROVED. • ITEM 3. CONSENT AGENDA A. Two-year T-hangar leases with Terry Craft, James Griebel Farms, William Janklow, Midwest Flying Club, William Taylor and John Oliphant; APPROVED. B. Master agreement with Goldsmith Heck Engineering firm for 2010-14; APPROVED. C. Agreement with Eide Bailly for financial auditing services for the year 2009 not to exceed $15,250; APPROVED. • ITEM 4. EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S REPORT A. Completion of phase I of the construction on the terminal is targeted for April 1, 2010. Key pieces of steel have delayed the project, but the exterior panels are to be installed this week. Transportation Security Administration funding for additional screening equipment has been submitted and an answer should be received by January 2010. B. Reported on Federal Aviation Administration reauthorization bill in Congress but no action expected by year end; a continuing resolution is more likely for the Airport Improvement Program for the year 2010. Should the airport go forward implementing a passenger facility charge for the concourse project, expected timeline before approval from the FAA is typically six months. The FAA is focusing on wildlife at airports and a year-long wildlife assessment may be required of all commercial service airports within the next two years. • ITEM 5. OLD BUSINESS A. Kadrmas, Lee & Jackson will look at what the airport will need for capacity seating, jet bridge/gate areas and parking in the future and incorporating common-use equipment for the tenants. B. Items not completed on the punch list from the new ground operations building need to be addressed to complete the project. • ITEM 6. PASSENGER FACILITY CHARGE: Goldsmith Heck requested $19,895 to complete and submit the application to begin the PFC process (task order No. 1); DECLINED. • ITEM 7. FIXED-BASE OPERATOR APRON AND TAXIWAY: Tom Lien moved and Mike Luce seconded an agreement with Goldsmith Heck for $122,578.21 for the design phase for an FBO apron and taxiway on the west-side of the airfield; APPROVED. • ITEM 8. TRAVEL ALLOWANCE: Mike Luce moved and Hal Wick seconded increasing the pre-diem travel allowance to meet government standards for reimbursement to Airport Authority personnel and board members; APPROVED. • ITEM 9. DHL CARGO BUILDING: Hal Wick moved and Mike Luce seconded an agreement with Neil Schmid of Cirrus Commercial to list the rental of the former DHL space in the cargo building; APPROVED. • ITEM 10. MARKETING: Mike Luce moved and Hal Wick seconded an agreement with Media One to prepare a marketing plan for the airport; APPROVED. • ITEM 11. RUNWAY 15-33 CLOSEOUT: Tom Lien moved and Hal Wick seconded change order No. 1 to Upper Plains Contracting for the closeout of the Runway 15-33 AIP for $211,582.26; APPROVED. • ITEM 12. APRON AND TAXIWAY M CLOSEOUT: Mike Luce moved and Dean Sorenson seconded change order No. 7 to Dakota Contracting for the closeout of the apron and Taxiway M AIP for $88,011.11; APPROVED. • ITEM 13. FLIGHT INFORMATION SYSTEM: Mike Luce moved and Hal Wick seconded the Airport Authority request bids to replace the flight information system; APPROVED. • ITEM 14. CHRISTMAS BONUS: Tom Lien moved and Dean Sorenson seconded a 2 percent Christmas bonus not to exceed $500 to Airport Authority employees; APPROVED. • ITEM 15. PROPOSED HOWARD WOOD FIELD REPLACEMENT: The proposed location for the new football complex to replace Howard Wood was discussed, including the possibly of purchasing the land and finding another location for the complex. The authority will continue to talk with those involved in the development and report back to the board at the next meeting. • OPEN SEGMENT COMMENTS: No comments given. • ADJOURN: Chairman Mike Breidenbach adjourned the meeting at 2:01 p.m. • NEXT BOARD MEETING: Dec. 17, 2009.2009-12-17
Airport board Draft minutes of meeting Dec. 17, 2009 The Sioux Falls Regional Airport Authority Board met at noon, Dec. 17, 2009, in the first-floor conference room of the Costello Terminal. • ITEM 1. MINUTES of the Nov. 19, 2009, meeting; APPROVED. • ITEM 2. BILLS; APPROVED. • ITEM 3. CONSENT AGENDA: A. Two-year T-hangar leases with Mockingbird Flying Club, Explorer LLC and Mark Johnson; APPROVED. B. Task Order No. 4 with Goldsmith Heck for runway intersection engineering report – $118,831; APPROVED. C. Task Order No. 18 with Ulteig Engineers for runway intersection preliminary design for $18,154; APPROVED. D. Task Order No. 2 with Goldsmith Heck for on-call services; APPROVED. E. Dental policy renewal with MetLife with a 14 percent increase in rates; APPROVED. • ITEM 4. EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S REPORT: A. Completion of phase I of the construction on the terminal is targeted for May 12, 2010. B. The results of a leakage study by Sixel Consulting shows that Sioux Falls has a 45 percent loss as passengers are going to Omaha, Fargo, Minneapolis and Sioux City for cheaper airfares. The executive director is working with Allegiant Air to provide service to Los Angeles and possibly Oakland, Calif., and San Diego. American Airline begins service in Sioux Falls on April 6, 2010, with Chicago flights and possibly Dallas in the summer of 2010. • ITEM 5. OLD BUSINESS: No old business • ITEM 6. CONCOURSE USAGE STUDY: Tom Lien moved and Hal Wick seconded Kadrmas, Lee & Jackson engineers’ recommendation that due to our estimated enplanements being much lower than anticipated, the need for a rotunda at the end of the concourse should be removed from the remodel plans but modify the design to accommodate another jet bridge at Gate 8. In addition, look at incorporating common-use equipment for all gates to maximize utilization of existing concourse. APPROVED. • ITEM 7. 2010 OPERATING BUDGET: Tom Lien moved and Mike Luce seconded approval of the 2010 budget as presented including fee modifications. APPROVED. • ITEM 8. CHANGE ORDERS: Tom Lien moved and Mike Luce seconded change order No. 19 to build out the airline ticket offices for $209,892, change order No. 23 for ticket counter inserts for $36,589 and change order No. 24 for new isolation valves for the new boiler for $2,455. APPROVED. • ITEM 9. MARKETING PLAN: Mike Luce moved and Tom Lien seconded the marketing plan as proposed by John Fiksdal of Media One utilizing a budget of $100,000 in 2010 and an additional $21,000 to develop and update a new airport Web site. APPROVED. • ITEM 10. COMMENTS: No public comments. • ADJOURN: Chairman Dean Sorenson adjourned the meeting at 1:37 p.m. • NEXT BOARD MEETING: Jan. 21, 2010.2009-12-30
Airport board Draft minutes of meeting Jan. 21, 2010 The Sioux Falls Regional Airport Authority Board met at noon, Jan. 21, 2010, in the first-floor conference room of the Costello Terminal. • ITEM 1. MINUTES of the Dec. 17, 2009, meeting; APPROVED. • ITEM 2. BILLS; APPROVED. • ITEM 3. CONSENT AGENDA A. Two-year T-hangar lease with Tom Faini; APPROVED. B. Travel by the executive director to the Allegiant Airlines conference in Las Vegas on Feb. 16-18, 2010; APPROVED. C. Travel by the executive director to the Network USA Conference in Fort Lauderdale on March 7-9, 2010; APPROVED. D. Travel by the deputy director to the Annual South Dakota Airports Conference on March 31 and April 1, 2010; APPROVED. E. Removal of obsolete items on the fixed-asset list; APPROVED. • ITEM 4. EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S REPORT: A. Material for the conveyor belt system arrived, with installation taking five to six weeks. The glass-curtain wall has been installed and installation of the outside canopy began. Completion of phase I of the remodel is May 10, 2010. B. Costs from the Christmas snowstorm were approximately $10,000 in overtime pay, $5,000 to repair machinery and more than $7,000 to pay a contractor to remove snow in the car-rental area. C. There is a shortfall of $250,000 from the 2009 financials. • ITEM 5. OLD BUSINESS: The marketing Web site is in development and projected to be ready in February 2010. • ITEM 6. CONCOURSE PROJECT: Mike Breidenbach moved and Tom Lien seconded approval of the final design for the concourse project for an estimated cost of $5,873,000. APPROVED. • ITEM 7. ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT: Mike Breidenbach moved and Tom Lien seconded task order No. 5 for an environmental assessment for the runway safety area as required by the Federal Aviation Administration at a cost of $359,300, which is eligible for Airport Improvement Program funding; APPROVED. • ITEM 8. SMALL COMMUNITY AIRPORT GRANT: Mike Breidenbach moved and Mike Luce seconded the use of the grant in the amount of $500,000 for American Airlines to initiate new service from Sioux Falls to Dallas/Fort Worth effective April 2010. APPROVED. • ITEM 9. SIXEL CONSULTING: The board instructed the executive director to work with Mark Sixel on a new agreement with a cap on charges and only being reimbursed for service into Sioux Falls that Sixel had a role in providing. • ITEM 10. COMMENTS: No public comments given. • EXECUTIVE SESSION: Chairman Hal Wick called an executive session at 12:52 p.m. • ADJOURN: Chairman Hal Wick adjourned the meeting at 1:34 p.m. • NEXT BOARD MEETING: Noon, Feb. 25, 2010.2010-02-10
Airport board Draft minutes of meeting Feb. 25, 2010 The Sioux Falls Regional Airport Authority Board met at noon, Feb. 25, 2010, in the first-floor conference room of the Costello Terminal. • ITEM 1. MINUTES of the Jan. 21, 2010, meeting; APPROVED. • ITEM 2. BILLS; APPROVED. • ITEM 3. CONSENT AGENDA: A. Purchase new furniture for upper-level conference room for $8,012; APPROVED. B. Change Order No. 3 for terminal remodel (change requests No. 25r, 26, 27, 28) for $7,517.79; APPROVED. C. Resolution to appoint Dan Letellier as executive director of the Sioux Falls Regional Airport effective April 1, 2009; APPROVED. • ITEM 4. EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S REPORT: A. The conveyor belt system’s installation is 95 percent complete and two of the four CT-80s have been tested, certified and are in place in the new area. The outside canopy is also 95 percent complete. Completion of Phase I is May 10, 2010. B. Travel to the Allegiant Air Conference was informative. Allegiant continues to grow and is considering direct flights to Cancun out of Sioux Falls. Customs has been consulted for the feasibility of such flights. Allegiant also has voiced interest in developing a crew base out of Sioux Falls that could bring 40 to 50 jobs to the area. • ITEM 5. OLD BUSINESS: A. John Fiksdal from Media One introduced concepts for the airport along with new logo ideas. They should be ready for print and the Web site on April 1, 2010. B. Kyle Raph stated that bids for Phase I of the concourse remodel will be ready by the end of April 2010. C. Tom Lien moved and Hal Wick seconded approval of a new two-year contract with Sixel Consulting to assist with new air service development into Sioux Falls; APPROVED. • ITEM 6. AIRPORT LIABILITY INSURANCE: Mike Luce moved and Hal Wick seconded renewal of airport liability insurance with Insurance Benefits for $46,524; APPROVED. • ITEM 7. AIRPORT PROPERTY AND AUTO INSURANCE: Tom Lien moved and Dean Sorenson seconded renewal of the airport property and auto insurance with Holmes Murphy for $27,312; APPROVED. • ITEM 8. KOCH HAZARD AGREEMENT: Tom Lien moved and Hal Wick seconded an agreement with Koch Hazard for architectural services during construction phase of terminal remodel for $88,560; APPROVED. Commissioner Mike Breidenbach pointed out that any company or vendor providing service to the airport will be required to provide support documentation when requested by the authority to support fees or services. • ITEM 9. COVENANT AVIATION: Gerry Berry stated that Covenant supports the Screening Partnership Program and that a rebid contract for screening at the Sioux Falls Regional Airport will not be available from the Transportation Security Administration until March 10, 2010. • ITEM 10. COMMENTS: No public comments given. • ITEM NEXT BOARD MEETING: March 18, 2010. • ITEM ADJOURN: Chairman Mike Breidenbach adjourned the meeting at 1:26 p.m.2010-03-24
Airport board Draft minutes of meeting 18-Mar-10The Sioux Falls Regional Airport Authority Board met at noon, March 18, 2010, in the first-floor conference room of the Costello Terminal. • ITEM 1. MINUTES of the Feb. 25, 2010, meeting; APPROVED. • ITEM 2. BILLS; APPROVED. • ITEM 3. CONSENT AGENDA: A. Change Order No. 4 with Hoogendoorn Construction for terminal remodel for $16,449.81; APPROVED. B. Travel by deputy director to 82nd Annual American Association of Airport Executives Conference and Exposition in Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas May 16-19, 2010; APPROVED. C. Proposals from All Phase Electric to provide fiber-optic connections from new north-end offices to IT equipment on concourse for United ($10,901), Delta ($10,871) and American ($12,245) totaling $34,017; APPROVED. • ITEM 4. EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S REPORT: A. The conveyor belt system is in place and running, with the Transportation Security Administration testing for its standards. A grant application has been sent to Homeland Security for assistance with paying for the new conveyor system. Completion of Phase I is May 10, 2010. B. The executive director met with officials from six different airlines (Frontier/Midwest), Delta, United, AirTran and Southwest at the Network USA Conference to discuss possible service into Sioux Falls. • ITEM 5. OLD BUSINESS: A. Mike Breidenbach moved and Mike Luce seconded advertising for an Invitation to bid for the west-side fixed-base operator apron project; APPROVED. B. Mike Breidenbach moved and Tom Lien seconded advertising for an invitation to bid for the concourse remodel project; APPROVED. • ITEM 6. AVIATION FUEL TAX FUND PURCHASES: Mike Breidenbach moved and Mike Luce seconded spending aviation fuel tax money on 1) a consulting service to assist with the Tri-Annual Full Scale Emergency Exercise for $15,000; 2) a summer intern for $12,000; and 3) software, programming and video to comply with airport/security training programs and security checks on potential identification holders and ongoing screening required by Homeland Security for $250,000; APPROVED. • ITEM 7. FIDS/GIDS: Tom Lien moved and Dean Sorenson seconded the purchase of a new flight information display for $21,066 and gate information display for $16,628 from Industrial Television; APPROVED. • ITEM 8. CAR RENTAL CONCESSION RELIEF: Mike Breidenbach moved and Mike Luce seconded deferring discussion of car rental concession relief until the April meeting to get more information on what other airports are doing with concession agreements; APPROVED. • ITEM 9. COMMENTS: No public comments given. Chairman Hal Wick noted that he was approached by representatives of the South Dakota Hall of Fame in Chamberlain regarding their interest in displaying the bust of Joe Foss that is in the lobby of the terminal. Chairman Wick also noted that Duane Anderson would like to meet with the board prior to advertising the design/build bids for the concourse remodel. • ITEM 10. NEXT BOARD MEETING: April 21, 2010. • ADJOURN: Chairman Hal Wick adjourned the meeting at 1:36 p.m.2010-04-21
Airport boardDraft minutes of meeting 21-Apr-10 The Sioux Falls Regional Airport Authority Board met at noon, April 21, 2010, in the first-floor conference room of the Costello Terminal. • ITEM 1. MINUTES of the March 18, 2010, meeting; APPROVED WITH A CORRECTION. Change comment by Hal Wick that he would like to meet with other board members prior to advertising the design/build bid for future work at the airport, not for the concourse remodel project as was written. • ITEM 2. BILLS; APPROVED. • ITEM 3. CONSENT AGENDA: A. Other Transaction Agreement with Department of Homeland Security for $1,049,329 in funding to assist with the in-line luggage-screening component of terminal remodel project; APPROVED. B. Change Order No. 5 for $15,754.83 for terminal remodel project; APPROVED. C. Travel by executive director and any interested board member to attend the Jump Start Air Service Development Conference in San Diego on June 8 and 9, 2010; APPROVED. D. Temporary construction and permanent sanitary sewer easement with the city of Sioux Falls; APPROVED. • ITEM 4. EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S REPORT: A. Dean Sorenson moved and Tom Lien seconded approval of the low bid from D&G Concrete Construction of $2,273,197.86 for the west-side fixed-base operations apron project; APPROVED. B. Construction on the terminal is on schedule with the exception of the asphalt, which may be delayed about a week. The baggage-handling system testing is complete, and landscaping work remains. C. The American Airlines inaugural celebration had a nice turnout, which included some mayoral candidates. The Dallas flights are going well with the Chicago flight loads lower than expected. D. Request for bids has been published for the concourse remodel project and a pre-bid meeting is scheduled for April 27, 2010. Bid opening set for 2 p.m. May 13, 2010. • ITEM 5. OLD BUSINESS: A. Mike Luce moved and Tim Lien seconded a 1 percent increase in commission (from 9 percent to 10 percent) effective June 1, giving the car rental agencies relief from the downturn in business traffic. An adjustment to the minimum annual guarantee will be reviewed later this year; APPROVED. • ITEM 6. TASK ORDER NO. 6: Tom Lien moved and Hal Wick seconded approval of task order No. 6 for $22,525 with Goldsmith Heck to assist with the bidding and acquisition of a new high-speed runway broom; APPROVED. • ITEM 7. TASK ORDER NO. 7 – Tom Lien moved and Dean Sorenson seconded approval of task order No. 7 for $185,598.50 with Goldsmith Heck for a construction administration agreement of the west-side general aviation apron project; APPROVED. • ITEM 8. JBT AEROTECH – Dean Sorenson moved and Tom Lien seconded an agreement with JBT AeroTech for $47,112 to move the jetbridge at Gate 1 to Gate 3 and store the jetbridge at Gate 3 for eight to 10 months during the concourse remodel; APPROVED. • ITEM 9. WWII DISPLAY – Ken Schroeder requested space in the terminal to honor WWII fighter ace Capt. Cecil “Speedball” Harris. The authority will look into available space and may include it with a possible air museum concept. • ITEM 10. OPEN SEGMENT: No comments given. • ITEM 11. EXECUTIVE SESSION: Mike Luce moved and Tom Lien seconded an executive session at 1:40 p.m. Returned from executive session at 2:30 p.m. • ADJOURN: Chairman Mike Breidenbach adjourned the meeting at 2:33 p.m. • NEXT MEETING: 10 a.m. May 20, 2010.2010-05-05
Airport BoardThe Sioux Falls Regional Airport Authority Board met at noon, May 20, 2010, in the first-floor conference room of the Costello Terminal. • ITEM 1. MINUTES of the April 21, 2010, board meeting; APPROVED. • ITEM 2. BILLS; APPROVED. • ITEM 3. CONSENT AGENDA: A. T-hangar lease with Kelly Petterson; APPROVED. B. Assignment of Jerry James ground lease to Russell Fiegen; APPROVED. • ITEM 4. EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S REPORT: A. Phase I of the terminal remodel has been substantially completed with the exception of the landscaping and painting the canopy. The backside of the old ticket counters is under demolition and Phase II should begin on time. D&G Concrete had the winning bid for the westside apron project, and that project will be starting soon. B. Honor Flights continue to depart from Sioux Falls with at least two more scheduled out of Sioux Falls this year and one out of Rapid City. C. Mike Breidenbach moved and Mike Luce seconded accepting the low bid from Fiegen Constriction of $5.19 million for the concourse remodel project; APPROVED. D. Mike Breidenbach moved and Tom Lien seconded checking with legal counsel about cost savings with contracted contractors, suppliers, et cetera, on future airport projects if it is beneficial to both parties; APPROVED. • ITEM 5. OLD BUSINESS: A. Mike Luce moved and Tom Lien seconded A motion advising Ken Schroeder that we do not feel a statue of Cecil Harris or any other such statues of veterans in the Sioux Falls Regional Airport terminal is appropriate. A more fitting tribute should be placed in a future South Dakota Air Museum, tentatively located near baggage claim; APPROVED. • ITEM 6. AIRPORT IDENTIFICATION/TRAINING PRODUCTS: Tom Lien moved and Hal Wick seconded approval of $87,900 to Productive Solutions for airport identification/security checkpoint software and $137,900 to Safety & Security Instruction for airfield and Security Identification Display Area training products that will be funded by state fuel tax dollars; APPROVED. • ITEM 7. AIR SHOW 2012: Tom Lien moved and Hal Wick seconded approval to support the South Dakota Airshow in 2012 with three annual payments of $7,500 beginning in 2010 – $22,500 total – with the understanding that any revenue reimbursement to Elmwood Golf Course or the Sioux Falls Parks and Recreation Department be handled by the air show committee; APPROVED. • ITEM 8. CHARTER FIRST: Tom Lien moved and Hal Wick seconded modifying the Summit Group’s – SOB Inc. – ground lease to allow a sublease with Charter First for aircraft charter operations out of their hangar; APPROVED. • ITEM 9. HEALTH INSURANCE: Renewal rates effective July 1, 2010, for health insurance are estimated to have a 30.2 percent increase with the current plan. Quotes from other insurance carriers are being sought. • ITEM 10. RUNWAY SNOW BROOM: One bid was received for a new runway snow broom from Oshkosh but Kodiak is protesting, claiming the bid specifications for the runway broom were too specific and, therefore, they could not submit a bid and have filed a complaint with the FAA. • ITEM 11. ELECTION OF OFFICERS: Hal Wick moved and Mike Luce seconded the election of officers as follows: Chairman, Tom Lien; vice chairman, Mike Breidenbach; secretary, Dan Letellier; APPROVED. • ADJOURN: Chairman Dean Sorenson adjourned the meeting at 11:34 a.m. • NEXT MEETING: June 17, 2010.2010-06-02
AIRPORT BOARD MINUTESThe Sioux Falls Regional Airport Authority board met at noon Thursday, June 17, 2010, in the first-floor conference room of the airport. • ITEM 1. MINUTES of the May 20, 2010, meeting; APPROVED. • ITEM 2. BILLS: Dean Sorenson moved and Mike Breidenbach seconded approval of the bills as presented; APPROVED. • ITEM 3. CONSENT AGENDA: A. Temporary construction and permanent water main easement with the city of Sioux Falls; APPROVED. B. Asphalt repairs by Twedt & Weber Paving for $22,567 to repair sections of taxiway and general aviation ramp; APPROVED. C. Change order No. 1 for the Westside apron project – deduct $20,626.79; APPROVED. D. Federal Airport Improvement Program grant application for 2010 projects for $3,179,962; APPROVED. • ITEM 4. EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S REPORT: A. 1. Terminal remodel: Exterior items for Phase I area remain, including painting support structure for canopy, roof trim and finish landscaping. Phase II demolition ongoing with project completion still scheduled for the end of November 2010. 2. Westside apron: Construction began June 1 with storm-water retention work the focus at this time. Wet weather has delayed progress for the past few days. 3. Concourse remodel: Jetbridge from Gate 1 has been moved to Gate 3 and American Eagle operations has moved to Gate 7. Airport badging continues and security fencing and construction scheduled to begin the week of June 21. B. Air service development update: 1. Conference in San Diego: Executive director attended the Jumpstart Air Service Development Conference in San Diego on June 8-10 with meetings scheduled with Frontier, American, Skywest and Air Tran Airlines. Talks were productive with our focus being Frontier that would provide service to their hubs in Denver and Milwaukee. We are also in discussions with the Chamber of Commerce, Sioux Falls Development Foundation and Convention and Visitors Bureau to finalize an incentive plan to assist with the introduction of a low-fare carrier in Sioux Falls. 2. Discussions with existing carriers: Sen. John Thune scheduled a meeting with United Airlines in Washington on June 15 with the executive director in attendance. Sen. Thune voiced his frustration with the continued high air fares in Sioux Falls and directed United to review its pricing strategy to help reduce the high cost of travel out of South Dakota’s largest city. Additional meetings planned with Delta Airlines executives. • ITEM 5. OLD BUSINESS: A. Mike Breidenbach moved and Dean Sorenson seconded a motion to reject the bid received from Oshkosh for the new snow broom, have the Federal Aviation Administration review and give suggestions on the bid specs, rewrite bid spec for advertising, have FAA review the changes and re-advertise; APPROVED. • ITEM 6. HEALTH INSURANCE RENEWAL: Mike Breidenbach moved and Dean Sorenson seconded approval of the alternative health insurance plan from Wellmark Blue Cross Blue Shield that would modify coverage but limit premium increase to 8.7 percent. New plan would go into effect July 1, 2010; APPROVED. • ITEM 7. TASK ORDER NO. 8: Mike Breidenbach moved and Hal Wick seconded approval of task order No. 8 with Goldsmith Heck Engineers to develop a landside access security improvement plan for $79,845; APPROVED. • ITEM 8. TASK ORDER NO. 9: Mike Breidenbach moved and Dean Sorenson seconded task order No. 9 with Goldsmith Heck Engineering for aircraft rescue and firefighting communications line – design, construction administration, closeout for $37,835 that is AIP eligible; APPROVED. • ADJOURN: Chairman Tom Lien adjourned the meeting at 1:17 p.m. • NEXT MEETING: July 15, 2010.2010-07-01
Airport board Draft minutes of meeting 15-Jul-10The Sioux Falls Regional Airport Authority Board met at noon, July 15, 2010, in the first-floor conference room of the Costello Terminal. • ITEM 1. MINUTES of the June 17, 2010, board meeting; APPROVED. • ITEM 2. BILLS; APPROVED. • ITEM 3. CONSENT AGENDA: A. Change Order No. 8 for $2,126.33 with Hoogendoorn Construction for the terminal remodel project; APPROVED. B. Club sublease with the South Dakota Air National Guard; APPROVED. • ITEM 4. EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S REPORT: A. 1. Terminal Remodel – Phase II demolition ongoing with the front half of the building being torn down and the tunnel will be in place and ready to use by the end of the week. Project completion still scheduled for the end of November 2010. 2. West-side apron – Construction began June 1 and excavating is one-third complete and within the next two weeks concrete will be poured. 3. Concourse remodel – Plywood has been placed around gates 1 and 2 on the concourse and fencing is in place on the ramp that is affected by the concourse remodel. B. Air service development update – Sixel Consulting has submitted an economic impact study proposal to the authority with the only cost to be incurred is for the consultant’s travel expenses. • ITEM 5. OLD BUSINESS: A. Bids from the second bid opening were opened on July 14 for the runway snow broom. Two bids were submitted – Wausau and Sheehan Equipment-Oshkosh – with Sheehan’s bid being the lower of the two at $475,895, which is $95,000 less than the last bid. Per Duane Anderson’s recommendation, a motion to approve the bid will be postponed until July 22 at which time there will be a special board meeting to give the engineers time to review all of the specs. B. A proposal of $3,034 was given by John Jensen with the FAA to paint over the “Welcome to Sioux Falls” sign painted on the control tower. Motion to approve bid was postponed until July 22 to get details as to what this amount covers. • ITEM 6. CITY LIAISON: Mayor Mike Huether introduced Darrin Smith as the city’s liaison to the airport. The city of Sioux Falls and Forward Sioux Falls are committed to assisting the airport financially in attracting other airlines to Sioux Falls. • ITEM 7. ANNUAL FINANCIAL AUDIT: Keith Severson gave a review of the 2009 financial audit. • ITEM 8. MAVERICK AIR: Bruce Goodwin and Joe Jenkins discussed their proposal for a new fixed-base operation called Maverick Air on the west-side apron. They have financial backers and request that the authority build the hangar and lease it to Maverick Air. Details including building size and a business plan are to be discussed with the executive director until the next board meeting. • ITEM 9. OPEN SEGMENT: Jack Browning with Landmark Aviation stated that they have done considerable work on the ramp and at their fuel farm and are working with CBM on the purchase of the old flight school that is owned by Landmark. • ADJOURN: Chairman Tom Lien adjourned the meeting at 1:16 p.m. • NEXT BOARD MEETING: Aug. 19, 2010.2010-08-18
Airport board Draft minutes of meeting 22-Jul-10The Sioux Falls Regional Airport Authority Board met July 22, 2010, via teleconference. • ITEM 1. NEW RUNWAY SNOW BROOM: Hal Wick moved and Mike Breidenbach seconded the purchase of a new runway snow broom with Sheehan Equipment for $475,895 without changing the specs on insurance requirements and indemnification language as requested by Sheehan; APPROVED. • ITEM 2. PAINTING FAA CONTROL TOWER: Mike Breidenbach moved and Hal Wick seconded the Authority paying for half of the cost – approximately $1,500 – to paint over the panel that has “Welcome to Sioux Falls” on it; APPROVED. • ADJOURN: Chairman Tom Lien adjourned the meeting at 11:14 a.m.2010-08-18
Airboard MinutesDraft minutes of meeting Aug. 19, 2010 The Sioux Falls Regional Airport Authority Board met at noon, Aug. 19, 2010, in the first-floor conference room of the Costello Terminal. • ITEM 1. MINUTES of the July 15 and 22, 2010, board meetings; APPROVED. • ITEM 2. BILLS; APPROVED. • ITEM 3. CONSENT AGENDA: A. Federal Aviation Administration Airport Improvement Grant No. 3-46-0050-041-2010 in the amount of $2,931,999 for eligible 2010 projects; APPROVED. B. FAA grant for new snow removal equipment (broom) – $551,894; APPROVED. C. Bid and award contract to Forum Communications for the purchase and installation of an emergency notification system (crash phone) – $37,060; APPROVED. D. Bid and award contract to All Phase Electric for installation of communication line supporting emergency notification system – $86,129.91; APPROVED. E. Change Order NO. 9, Hoogendoorn Construction for terminal remodel project – $2,851.74; APPROVED. F. Change Order No. 10, Hoogendoorn Construction for terminal remodel project – $8,441.47; APPROVED. G. T-hangar lease with Arils Thompson; APPROVED. H. Travel by executive director and deputy director to annual FAA conference in Aberdeen on Oct. 27 and 28; APPROVED. I. Notice to bidders for aircraft and runway deicing fluid for the 2010-11 winter season; APPROVED. • ITEM 4. EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S REPORT: A. Construction update: 1) Terminal remodel – Work on the roof has begun as well as pouring the floor in the new baggage system area with a Dec. 7, 2010, completion date anticipated. 2) West-side apron – Due to the weather, progress is about three to four weeks behind schedule and is 45 percent complete at this time. Anticipating a completion date near the end of October. 3) Concourse remodel – Footings have been poured. A possible change order may be needed to replace sections of the roof and the water lines for the chiller and boiler that were not in the original proposal. 4) Studies for runway intersection and runway safety area issue – An initial meeting was held July 22 with all airport tenants to discuss the impacts of the runway intersection project. Early indications look at the closing of the airport for three consecutive weekends to complete the work in 2012. The runway safety area environmental assessment is scheduled to be completed next spring. B. FAA annual certification inspection went well with few modifications required with the exception of replacing some older runway signs and updating our certification manual. • ITEM 5. OLD BUSINESS: A. Maverick Air working on finding additional investors to help with the construction of a hangar for its proposed fixed-base operation • ITEM 6. NOTICE TO BIDDERS: Mike Luce moved and Mike Breidenbach seconded notice to bidders for a refurbished jet bridge for Gate 1 and purchase of a new bridge for Gate 2; APPROVED. • ITEM 7. MARKETING: John Fiksdal gave on update on the current marketing campaign with it two-thirds complete. • ITEM 8. CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PLAN: Dean Sorenson moved and Mike Breidenbach seconded the revised capital improvement plan for 2011-15 as presented to the board by the executive director; APPROVED. • ITEM 9. OPEN SEGMENT: Ray Wilcox with United Airlines requested that a small section of grass to the cargo building be asphalted for easier access as other tugs and carts from other carriers are parked blocking entrance to the building. Jack Browning from Landmark Aviation was asked to have his employees look into this as well as the executive director to find a solution for the congestion at the cargo building • ADJOURN: Chairman Tom Lien adjourned the meeting at 1:12 p.m. • NEXT BOARD MEETING: Sept. 16, 2010.2010-09-15
Draft minutes of meeting Sept. 16, 2010 The Sioux Falls Regional Airport Authority Board met at noon, Sept. 16, 2010, in the first-floor conference room of the Costello Terminal. • ITEM 1. MINUTES of the Aug. 19, 2010, board meeting; APPROVED. • ITEM 2. BILLS; APPROVED. • ITEM 3. CONSENT AGENDA: A. Change Order No. 11 – Hoogendoorn Construction for terminal remodel project, $6,490.56; APPROVED. B. Change Order No. 2 – D&G Concrete for west-side general aviation apron, $2,652.33; APPROVED. C. Change Order No. 1 – Fiegen Construction, concourse remodel, $82,763; APPROVED. D. Funding for port of entry marketing, final year, $48,000; APPROVED. E. Travel by executive director to attend Minneapolis International Airport Irregular Operations Workshop, Oct. 13, 2010; APPROVED. F. Proposal from Connie Wosje to review and update employee handbook, to include a policy on sexual and racial discrimination and a drug policy including pre-employment testing and random testing, $700 to $1,000; APPROVED. G. Proposal by Fremont Industries and Krier & Blain Inc. to provide cleaning and flushing procedures to remove sludge and other deposits in heating and cooling lines in the concourse, $15,000; APPROVED. • ITEM 4. EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S REPORT: A. Construction update: 1) Terminal remodel – Canopy going up, new VIP parking lot being excavated and work on the roof is 90 percent complete with a mid-December 2010 completion date anticipated. 2) West-side apron – Concrete pouring is 90 percent complete with an anticipated completion date of mid-October 2010. 3) Concourse remodel – Pre-cast columns have been placed and construction continues with an anticipated completion date of January 2011 for gates 1 and 2 and early spring 2011 for the restaurant. B. Hunters Welcome – Oct. 15, 2010. C. Lease agreements – New lease agreements with the commercial air carriers should be complete and in place by the first of the year 2011. D. Jet bridge request for proposals for gates 1and 2 have been advertised with a bid opening date of Sept. 24, 2010. A board meeting via conference call will be at 8:30 a.m. Sept. 27 to approve the low bidder. • ITEM 5 OLD BUSINESS: A. Maverick Air continues to work on finding additional investors to help with the construction of a hangar for its proposed fixed-base operation. The board asked Bruce Goodwin to work with the executive director to provide design and cost projections for the project to determine if the Authority will provide funding for a new hangar. • ITEM 6. NOTICE TO BIDDERS: Dean Sorenson moved and Mike Breidenbach seconded notice to bidders for car rental concession agreements; APPROVED. • ITEM 7. SKYFORCE SPONSORSHIP: Mike Luce moved and Mike Breidenbach seconded a $5,000 sponsorship to the Sioux Falls Skyforce basketball team for 2010 with the stipulation that we might discontinue sponsorship next year; APPROVED. • ITEM 8. TASK ORDER NO. 10: Hal Wick moved and Mike Breidenbach seconded Task Order No. 10 for $25,840 with Goldsmith Heck Engineers Inc. to perform a Federal Aviation Administration-requested boundary survey of the airport; APPROVED. • ITEM 9. PARKING LOT STUDY: Mike Breidenbach moved and Dean Sorenson seconded approval of Option D Phase I and II of the parking lot study for an estimated $4,025,700 of which $1,160,000 is eligible for Airport Improvement Program reimbursement; APPROVED. • ITEM 10. TERMINAL FRONT STUDY: Mike Luce moved and Mike Breidenbach seconded a study by Koch Hazard Architects incorporating a prairie wave canopy in front of the rental car area of the terminal that will tie in with the new parking lot design; APPROVED. • ITEM 11. OPEN SEGMENT: No comments. • NEXT MEETING: Oct. 21, 2010. • ADJOURN: Chairman Tom Lien adjourned the meeting at 1:44 p.m.2010-10-06
Draft minutes of meeting Sept. 27, 2010The Sioux Falls Regional Airport Authority Board met at 8:35 a.m. Sept. 27, 2010, via teleconference. • ITEM 1. NEW JET BRIDGES: Dean Sorenson moved and Mike Luce seconded approval of JBT Aerotech’s proposal for a jet bridge at Gate 1 for $434,471 and a jet bridge for Gate 2 for $241,276, totaling $678,747; APPROVED. • ITEM 2. AIRCRAFT DEICING FLUID: Mike Breidenbach moved and Dean Sorenson seconded approval of Cryotech’s proposal of $7.32 per gallon for aircraft deicing fluid for the 2010-11 winter season; APPROVED. • ITEM 3. TRAVEL BY EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR: Mike Breidenbach moved and Dean Sorenson seconded travel by the executive director to meet with Frontier Airlines representatives in Denver on Oct. 14, 2010; APPROVED. • ITEM 4. MAVERICK AIR: There are no firm proposals at this time but representatives of Maverick Air have met with Koch Hazard Architects to get estimates. Updates will be given at future board meetings. • ADJOURN: Chairman Tom Lien adjourned the meeting at 9 a.m.2010-10-20
Airport board Draft minutes of meetingOct. 21, 2010 The Sioux Falls Regional Airport Authority Board met at noon, Oct. 21, 2010, in the first-floor conference room of the Costello Terminal. • ITEM 1. MINUTES of the Sept. 16, 2010, board meeting; APPROVED. • ITEM 2. BILLS; APPROVED. • ITEM 3. CONSENT AGENDA: A. Second amendment to FedEx lease from June 1, 2010, through Dec. 31, 2013. Annual lease of $270,979. APPROVED. B. New hay lease with Joshua Schmidt for five years effective April 1, 2011, through Oct 1, 2015. Lease incorporates accurate layout of existing acres as well as 135 new acres formerly in Conservation Reserve Program. Annual lease of $23,100. APPROVED. C. The purchase of skid steer tractor and broom to assist with snow removal around the terminal facility for $19,175. APPROVED. D. Change order No. 12 with Hoogendoorn Construction for modification of conveyor crossover sequences and combined work in ETD area for $15,013.51. Eligible for reimbursement through Transportation Security Administration’s other transaction agreement. APPROVED. E. Change order No. 13 with Hoogendoorn Construction for removal of damaged tile and concrete floors to be replaced with terrazzo for $17,400.62. APPROVED. F. Agreement with Eide Bailly to provide annual financial reports and audit requirements for the Sioux Falls Regional Airport Authority not to exceed $15,250. APPROVED. G. Change Order No. 2 with Fiegen Construction for removal of air unit at Gate 1 and add insulation to air handling addition for $17,367. APPROVED. • ITEM 4. EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S REPORT: A. Construction update: 1) Terminal remodel: Canopy is complete with the exception of being painted; new VIP parking lot is paved. Mid-December 2010 completion date anticipated. 2) West-side apron: Project almost complete. Seeding next week with final completion by Oct. 31, 2010. 3) Concourse remodel: Pre-cast forms are in place for the restaurant addition as well as gates 1 and 2. Construction continues with an anticipated completion date of March 2011 for the gates and May 2011 for the restaurant. B. Darrin Smith, Slater Barr and Dan Letellier met with Frontier Airlines executives in Denver on Oct. 14 to discuss Frontier coming into Sioux Falls. Frontier has interest in service between Sioux Falls and Denver and will outline what incentive plan they would require to begin service next summer. C. Dan Letellier attended the Irregular Operations Summit held in Minneapolis on Oct. 13 to get information on how airports can put together a plan when unscheduled/diverted aircraft have to land in Sioux Falls. • ITEM 5. OLD BUSINESS: A. Maverick Air fixed base operation: Mike Luce moved and Hal Wick seconded providing $1.6 million toward the construction of a hangar, offices and parking lot for Maverick Air Service subject to working out a satisfactory lease agreement. APPROVED. • ITEM 6. TASK ORDER NO. 11: Mike Breidenbach moved and Hal Wick seconded task order No. 11 with Goldsmith Heck Engineers for the parking lot and Jaycee Lane design work for $254,945.04. APPROVED. • ITEM 7. STANDARD PARKING: Hal Wick moved and Mike Luce seconded a three-year extension on Standard Parking’s management agreement. APPROVED. • ITEM 8. 25th ANNUAL AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF AVIATION EXECUTIVES AVIATION ISSUES CONFERENCE: Any interested board member was invited to attend the 25th Annual Aviation Issues Conference in Kona, Hawaii, Jan. 9-13, 2011. • ITEM 9. OPEN SEGMENT: Ray Wilcox thanked the authority for paving an area to the cargo building. • ITEM 10. NEXT BOARD MEETING: Nov. 23, 2010. • ADJOURN: Chairman Tom Lien adjourned the meeting at 12:42 p.m.2010-11-03
Draft minutes of meeting Nov. 23, 2010 The Sioux Falls Regional Airport Authority Board met at noon, Nov. 23, 2010, in the first-floor conference room of the Costello Terminal • ITEM 1. MINUTESof the Oct. 21, 2010, board meeting; APPROVED. • ITEM 2. BILLS; APPROVED. • ITEM 3. CONSENT AGENDA: A. Change order No. 14 with Hoogendoorn Construction for modification to VIP parking lot to tie into security system, $8,596.25. APPROVED. B. Change order No. 15 with Hoogendoorn Construction for additional parking lot and sidewalk work at cargo building, $8,317.33. APPROVED. C. Agreement with Koch Hazard Architects to provide design work for new canopies in front of luggage claim area, parking lot exit booths and pedestrian walkways. APPROVED. D. Agreement with Architecture Incorporated for design work for Maverick Air hangar. APPROVED. E. Bid proposal from Cryotech for propylene aircraft deicing fluid for the 2010-11 season. APPROVED. F. Change order No. 3 with D&G Concrete for additional work required to close out the west-side general aviation ramp project, $5,791.50. APPROVED. G. Lease agreement with Sean Eischen for maintenance buildings Nos. 10 and 12. APPROVED. H. Lease agreement with Satnan Avionics and Sean Eischen for alert hangars 70, 71 and 74. APPROVED. I. Rental car concession bids to Hertz, Enterprise, National and Avis agencies. APPROVED. • ITEM 4. EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S REPORT: A. Construction update: 1) Terminal remodel – Anticipated completion date is Dec. 17, 2010. 2) West-side apron – Project is completed, waiting for the last pay request. 3) Concourse remodel – On schedule with a completion date for the restaurant in the spring of 2011 and the entire concourse project complete in June 2012. • ITEM 5. OLD BUSINESS: A. Standard Parking management agreement: Mike Breidenbach moved and Dean Sorenson seconded a three-year extension with Standard Parking on the parking lot management agreement. APPROVED. • ITEM 6. STEVE SYNHORST, KLJ ENGINEERS: Presentation of report completed by KLJ Engineers for the repair/replacement of the intersection between runways 15-33 and 3-21. The report identified the option of closing the runway on four consecutive weekends in the August- September 2012 time frame for this project to be accomplished. Breidenbach moved and Mike Luce seconded approval of this option and to move forward with design and FAA funding request. APPROVED. • ITEM 7. EMPLOYEE HANDBOOK: Sorenson moved and Breidenbach seconded the revisions made to the Sioux Falls Regional Airport employee handbook as suggested by consultant Connie Wosje. APPROVED. • ITEM 8. CHRISTMAS BONUS: Sorenson moved and Luce seconded a 2 percent Christmas bonus based on 2010 yearly gross earnings with $500 limit for airport authority employees. APPROVED. • ITEM 9. OPEN SEGMENT: Ray Wilcox expressed his concern that Delta Air Lines employees are using a garage storage unit under the concourse for machinery maintenance. The airport authority will look into this. • ITEM 10. NEXT MEETING: Dec. 20, 2010. • ADJOURN: The meeting adjourned at 12:32 p.m.2010-12-15
Airport Board Draft minutes of meetingThe Sioux Falls Regional Airport Authority Board met at noon, Dec. 20, 2010, in the first-floor conference room of the Costello Terminal. • ITEM 1. MINUTES of the Nov. 23, 2010, meeting; APPROVED. • ITEM 2. BILLS; APPROVED. • ITEM 3. CONSENT AGENDA: A. Change order No. 3 with Fiegen Construction for $54,045; APPROVED. B. Assignment of ground lease from Security Credit to MFD Properties; APPROVED. C. Rental car lease agreements with Hertz, National, Avis and Enterprise. Four-year agreements effective Jan. 1, 2011; APPROVED. D. Change order No. 1 with All Phase Electric for trace wire and T-dux seals for the Crash Phone project for $2,342.00; APPROVED. • ITEM 4. EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S REPORT: A. Construction update: 1) Terminal remodel – United Airlines and Allegiant Air have moved into their new permanent location in the Phase II area. Remainder of work including front entrance and gift shop should be completed in the next two weeks. 2) Concourse remodel – On schedule and moving forward with roof replacement and the installation of precast walls for gates 1 and 2 and the new restaurant. Also looking into the option of adding a children’s play area near Gate 2. B. Air service development: Sioux Falls Area Chamber of Commerce, Sioux Falls Development Foundation and the city of Sioux Falls are working on developing an air service committee that consists of half private sector individuals and half city development entities to work on airline incentive programs with the Airport Authority strictly playing an advisory role. Next meeting scheduled for Jan. 18, 2011. C. Grand opening and Chamber Mixer to be Jan. 11, 2011, in the airport. • ITEM 5. OLD BUSINESS: Nothing. • ITEM 6. ARTWORK: The purchase of canvas prints to be placed in the ticketing area was deferred until a later date when a possible art committee can make recommendations as to what would promote Sioux Falls and the Sioux Falls Regional Airport. • ITEM 7. TASK ORDER NO. 12: Tom Lien moved and Mike Luce seconded approval of task order No. 12 with Goldsmith Heck Engineers Inc. for the procurement of a new snow plow for $24,830; APPROVED. • EXECUTIVE SESSION: The board went into executive session at 12:56 p.m. and out at 1:12 p.m. • ITEM 8. OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGET 2011: Mike Luce moved and Dean Sorenson seconded the operating and capital budget for 2011 as presented and discussed in executive session by the board with the understanding that no cost-of-living raises will be given for 2011; APPROVED. • ITEM 9. OPEN SEGMENT: Nothing. • ITEM 10. NEXT BOARD MEETING: Jan. 17, 2011. • ADJOURN: The meeting adjourned at 1:16 p.m.2010-12-29
City Planning CommissionDraft minutes of meeting Feb. 2, 2011 (Bold italics indicates items to go to Council.) The City Planning Commission met at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 2, 2011, at Carnegie Town Hall, 235 W. 10th St. • ITEM 1. MINUTES of Jan. 5, 2011, meeting; APPROVED. • ITEM 2. PLATS. • ITEM 3. 2011-01-01: REZONE from the RS-1 and RS-2, Residential Districts to the RC, Recreation/ Conservation District for allowed uses east of Ellis Road and 22nd Street. Legal description: A portion of the N1/2 SW1/4, Section 22-101N-50W, except the W 561 feet thereof and except Lot H1 of the NW1/4 SW 1/4 contained therein, Minnehaha County. APPROVED. • ITEM 4. 2011-01-05: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the C-4, Planned Commercial District to allow off-sale alcohol within 500 feet of a school at 900 N. Sycamore Ave. MOVED TO REGULAR AGENDA • ITEM 5. 2011-01-03: FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN in Subarea F of the Dawley Farm Village Planned Development District to construct a restaurant at 1010 S. Highline Place. APPROVED. • ITEM 6. 2011-01-07: FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN in Subarea A of the Eastern Hills Planned Development District to construct a 48-unit apartment building at 4200 S. Sycamore Ave. DEFERRED BY PETITIONER. REGULAR AGENDA • ITEM 7. 2011-01-02: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the C-2, General Commercial District to develop a site greater than an acre and to allow off-sale alcohol within 500 feet of a school at 1901 E. 10th St. APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING STIPULATION: No outdoor advertising of alcohol. • ITEM 8. 2010-12-07: MAJOR AMENDMENT to Subarea A of the Scooter Planned Development District to add retail trade and service as an allowed land use at 1108 E. Second St. APPROVED. • ITEM 9. 2011-01-06: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the C-2, General Commercial District to allow motor vehicle sales and display at 1520 W. 12th St. APPROVED. • ITEM 10. 2011-01-09: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT in the C-3, Central Business District to allow residential dwelling units on the first floor at 620 N. Main Ave. APPROVED. • ITEM 11. 2011-01-08: DESIGN REVIEW in the Downtown Design Review District to construct a 44-unit multifamily apartment complex for the elderly at 620 N. Main Ave. APPROVED. • ITEM 12. 2010-12-02: MINOR AMENDMENT In Subarea C of the Valhalla Planned Development District to reduce the number of required parking stalls from 116 to 102 and to reduce the required side-yard setback from 10 feet to 0 feet at 4400-4426 S. Technology Drive. APPROVED. • ITEM 13. REPORT OF THE PARKING REQUIREMENT STUDY GROUP. APPROVED. • ITEM 14. AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF SIOUX FALLS, S.D., AMENDING THE REVISED ORDINANCES OF THE CITY TO REVISE RESIDENTIAL PARKING TO ALLOW FOR TEMPORARY PARKING FOR RECREATIONAL VEHICLES APPROVED. • ITEM 15. AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF SIOUX FALLS, S.D., AMENDING THE REVISED ORDINANCES OF THE CITY TO REVISE THE DEFINITION OF COMMERCIAL VEHICLE AND ADD A DEFINITION FOR SERVICE VEHICLES. APPROVED.2011-02-23
Draft minutes of meeting Jan. 17, 2011The Sioux Falls Regional Airport Authority Board met at noon, Jan. 17, 2011, in the first-floor conference room of the Costello Terminal. • ITEM 1. MINUTES of the Dec. 20, 2010, meeting; APPROVED. • ITEM 2. BILLS; APPROVED. • ITEM 3. CONSENT AGENDA: A. T-hanger lease with Clay Anderson; APPROVED. B. Travel by executive director to Allegiant Air conference in Las Vegas May 4-6; APPROVED. C. Travel by executive director to Network USA conference in Austin, Texas, March 6-8; APPROVED. D. Travel by director and deputy director to the annual South Dakota airports conference, March 30 and 31 in Watertown; APPROVED. E. Additional services agreement with Koch Hazard Architects to cover the additional engineering expense of Ulteig to redesign the footings of concourse expansion because of utility issues for $6,000; APPROVED. • ITEM 4. EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S REPORT: A. Construction update: 1) Terminal remodel – Complete with the exception of the north parking lot, which needs access gates and landscaping to be completed in the spring. 2) Concourse remodel – Sidewall construction complete in next two or three weeks; jet bridges scheduled to arrive in late February; gates 1 and 2 scheduled to be open the first part of April; restaurant to be complete June 1. 3) Parking lot – Design work ongoing. B. Enplanements: 2010 passenger enplanements up 7 percent over 2009. • ITEM 5. OLD BUSINESS: Nothing. • ITEM 6. TASK ORDER NO. 13: Tom Lien moved and Hal Wick seconded approval of task order No. 13 with Goldsmith Heck Engineers for design work for Runway 3-21 touchdown-zone lights, airfield signs and power relocation for PAPI (precision approach path indicator) navigation aids for $79,877, which is eligible for Airport Improvement Program funds; APPROVED. • ITEM 7. SNOW BLOWER: Mike Luce moved and Dean Sorenson seconded approval of the purchase of a surplus snow blower not to exceed $50,000 with the Federal Property Agency, state of South Dakota; APPROVED. • ITEM 8. MAVERICK AIR: Hal Wick moved and Dean Sorenson seconded approval to advertise for the construction of a hangar and office space for the new fixed-base operator, Maverick Air; APPROVED. • ITEM 9. PERMANENT EASEMENT: Mike Luce moved and Tom Lien seconded a permanent easement for Lot E-1 and payment of $2,445 for the right to construct a flood-protection level on this lot; APPROVED. • ITEM 10. CHILDREN’S PLAY AREA: Discussion held on construction of a children’s play area on the concourse. Decision was deferred until the next board meeting to research other airports and businesses with such play areas to check on the insurance and legal responsibility the authority would have. • ITEM 11. AIRPORT VEHICLE: The airport vehicle provided to the executive director, a Ford Explorer, was totaled in an accident with a city snowplow – city at fault. The board unanimously agreed to replace the vehicle with a like or similar-type truck. • ITEM 12. OPEN SEGMENT: No comments. • NEXT BOARD MEETING: Feb. 21, 2011. • ADJOURN: Chairman Mike Breidenbach adjourned the meeting at 12:51 p.m.2011-02-23
Airport board minutesDraft minutes of meeting Feb. 21, 2011 The Sioux Falls Regional Airport Authority Board met at noon, Feb. 21, 2011, in the first-floor conference room of the Costello Terminal. • ITEM 1. MINUTES of the Jan. 17, 2011, meeting; APPROVED. • ITEM 2. BILLS; APPROVED. • ITEM 3. CONSENT AGENDA A. Ground lease with Marlin Sejnoha Jr., dba Marlin Air, for new hangar; APPROVED. B. Ground lease with Frank and Greg Alvine, dba OC Golden Eagle LLC, for hangar on 600 W. Hangar St.; APPROVED. C. Office lease agreement with UPS for space at No. 1 Weather Lane through March 2013; APPROVED. D. Ground and building lease with Maverick Air Center; APPROVED. E. Change order No. 16 with Hoogendoorn Construction for miscellaneous changes for terminal project, $12,900.37; APPROVED. F. Change order No. 4 with Fiegen Construction for RFPs 11,12,13,15,16,18, $75,619; APPROVED. G. Amendment to change order No. 11 with Goldsmith Heck Engineers to provide the design and bid package for a traffic signal at Minnesota Avenue and Jaycee Lane, $18,255.61; APPROVED. • ITEM 4. EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S REPORT A. Construction update: 1) Concourse remodel – Gates 1 and 2 to be complete by the end of April; jet bridge to be installed mid-April. 2) Parking lot – Bids to be out by early March. 3) Maverick Air – Bids will be opened Feb. 25, 2011, and a special teleconference board meeting is scheduled for March 1 to award bid. • ITEM 5. OLD BUSINESS: None. • ITEM 6. AIRPORT PROPERTY/AUTO INSURANCE: Mike Luce moved and Tom Lien seconded approval of airport property and auto insurance renewal with Holmes Murphy for $37,648. The renewal insurance includes terrorism and flood insurance with Chubb Insurance; APPROVED. • ITEM 7. AIRPORT LIABILITY INSURANCE: Tom Lien moved and Mike Luce seconded approval of the airport liability insurance renewal with Insurance Benefits for $39,942; APPROVED. • ITEM 8. PUBLIC PARKING LOT RENOVATION: Tom Lien moved and Hal Wick seconded approval to advertise for renovation of the public parking lot and entrance road improvements with the stipulation that cost cutting continues with this project; APPROVED. • ITEM 9. SIOUX FALLS ARTS COUNCIL: Mike Luce moved and Hal Wick seconded the Sioux Falls Arts Council assisting the Airport Authority with a request for proposals for an art adviser; APPROVED. • ITEM 10. COMMON-USE EQUIPMENT: Mike Luce moved and Tom Lien seconded approval to purchase the software, licensing and equipment from Air IT that provides common-use computer equipment for the airlines at gates 1, 3 and 7 for $139,727; APPROVED. • ITEM 11. FORWARD SIOUX FALLS: No discussion. • ITEM 12. STANDARD AIRLINE INCENTIVE PLAN: Hal Wick moved and Dean Sorenson seconded approval to update our air service incentive plan that would be available for new airlines to enter the Sioux Falls market. Incentive would provide rent and landing fees waivers for the first 12 months, $100,000 in marketing/advertising and $100,000 for startup costs. Incentive applies for a new airline currently not serving Sioux Falls; APPROVED. • ITEM 13. OPEN SEGMENT: No comments. • NEXT MEETINGS: March 1, 2011, at 11 a.m., teleconference. March 17, 2011, at noon. • ADJOURN: Chairman Mike Breidenbach adjourned the meeting at 12:59 p.m. Draft minutes of meeting 1-Mar-11 The Sioux Falls Regional Airport Authority Board met at 11 a.m.,March 1, 2011, via teleconference. • ITEM 1. MAVERICK AIR: Mike Breidenbach moved and Dean Sorenson seconded Fiegen Construction’s alternate No. 2 low bid of $1,669,000 to construct a 12,000-squarte-foot steel building to be used as a hangar for Maverick Air; APPROVED.2011-03-09
Draft minutes of meeting 21-Mar-11The Sioux Falls Regional Airport Authority Board met at noon, March 21, 2011, in the first-floor conference room of the Costello Terminal. • Mayor Huether gave his appreciation to the board and Dan Letellier for the work they have done securing other airline service into Sioux Falls. • ITEM 1. MINUTES; APPROVED. • ITEM 2. BILLS; APPROVED. • ITEM 3. CONSENT AGENDA A. T-hangar lease with Mike Pekas; APPROVED. B. T-hangar lease with Roger and Mary Ellen Hutchinson; APPROVED. C. Airport office lease with Worldwide Flight Services for Room 108B; APPROVED. D. Change Order No. 17 with Hoogendoorn Construction for RFP 63 and 64 for $12,572.89; APPROVED. E. Change Order No. 5 with Fiegen Construction for RFPs 17, 19-26 for $55,364; APPROVED. F. Funding for Forward Sioux Falls Campaign 6 for 2012-16 at $200,000 per year; APPROVED. G. Purchase of replacement gate podiums and back screens for concourse from Maloney Inc. for $33,135; APPROVED. • ITEM 4. EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S REPORT: A. CONSTRUCTION UPDATE: 1) Concourse remodel – Gates 1 and 2 to be complete by end of April; jet bridge to be installed mid-April. 2) Parking lot – Pre-bid meeting March 22, 2011. 3) February enplanements – Passenger enplanements up 17.5 percent in February versus same month last year. Enplanements up 17 percent year-to-date. • ITEM 5. OLD BUSINESS: An request for proposals for an art adviser will be out by the end of the week. • ITEM 6. ELEVATOR AT GATE 8: Mike Luce moved and Dean Sorenson seconded approval of purchasing a replacement pump for the elevator at Gate 8 from ThyssenKrupp Elevator for $24,490; APPROVED. • ITEM 7. CANOPY REPLACEMENT PROJECT: Tom Lien moved and Dean Sorenson seconded approval of a canopy replacement project with Koch Hazard Architects for $749,175 for the arrival area of the terminal including parking lot exit booth and pedestrian canopy; APPROVED. • ITEM 8. PARKING LOT REVENUE EQUIPMENT: Tom Lien moved and Hal Wick seconded approval to purchase public parking lot revenue equipment and booths from Amano and Austin Mohawk totaling $285,375.47; APPROVED. • ITEM 9. PLATTING FEES: Hal Wick moved and Tom Lien seconded the approval to pay the city of Sioux Falls $27,259.85 for platting fees for Lot A in Tract 1 Airport 5th Addition (Maverick Air area) with the stipulation that Dan Letellier and Duane Anderson work with the city to reduce or waive this fee; APPROVED. • ITEM 10. PARKING OVERFLOW: Mike Luce moved and Tom Lien seconded Dan Letellier working with Mark Wiederrich on a parking overflow plan should the need for more parking spaces arise in the future; APPROVED. • ITEM 11. OPEN SEGMENT: No comments. • NEXT BOARD MEETING: April 5, 2011, at 11 a.m. via teleconference; April 26, 2011, at noon. • ADJOURN: Chairman Mike Breidenbach adjourned the meeting at 12:50 p.m.2011-04-07
Airport board minutesDraft minutes of meeting 5-Apr-11 The Sioux Falls Regional Airport Authority Board met at 11 a.m. April 5, 2011, in a special session via teleconference. • ITEM 1. PARKING LOT RENOVATION PROJECT: Hal Wick moved and Mike Luce seconded awarding low bidder Asphalt Surfacing Co. for $3,400,265.88 for Schedules 1 and 2 and Alternate No. 2 for the parking lot renovation project. APPROVED. • ITEM 2. JEFFERSON BUS LINES: A lease agreement with Jefferson Bus Lines was discussed but deferred for a year to complete the parking lot renovation. • ADJOURN: Chairman Tom Lien adjourned the meeting at 11:32 a.m.2011-04-22
Airport boardDraft minutes of meeting 26-Apr-11 The Sioux Falls Regional Airport Authority Board met at noon, April 26, 2011, in the first-floor conference room of the Costello Terminal. » ITEM 1. MINUTES of the March 21, 2011, board meeting; APPROVED. » ITEM 2. BILLS; APPROVED. » ITEM 3. CONSENT AGENDA A. T-hangar leases with Arliss Thompson, Mark Johnson, Comet Haraldson and Michael Koch; APPROVED. B. Change order No. 6 with Fiegen Construction for request for proposals 27, 29-32 for $6,744; APPROVED. » ITEM 4. EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S REPORT A. Construction Update 1) Concourse remodel – Gates 1 and 2 to be complete by the first week of May; jet bridges are installed; start next phase at Gate 3 on June 1. 2) Parking lot – Overflow lot and south edge of new lot work began April 25. 3) Maverick Air – Foundations and footings going in; steel to arrive in two weeks for office portion of building. Completion projected in September. 4) Canopy project – Bids will go out next week; open bids in three weeks with work to begin in June. 5) Runway 3-21 touchdown zone lights – Replacement and runway repair bids will go out in July with work beginning in August. Runway to be closed three to four weeks for this work. » ITEM 5. OLD BUSINESS: Nothing. » ITEM 6. TASK ORDER NO. 14: Tom Lien moved and Hal Wick seconded approval of task order No. 14 with Goldsmith Heck for construction administration of the parking lot project for $291,413, which is 25 percent Airport Improvement Program eligible; APPROVED. » ITEM 7. TASK ORDER NO. 15: Tom Lien moved and Mike Luce seconded approval of task order No. 15 with Goldsmith Heck for design of Runway 3-21 and 15-33 intersection reconstruction for $301,927, which is Airport Improvement Program eligible; APPROVED. » ITEM 8. AMENDMENT TO TASK ORDER NO. 11: Hal Wick moved and Dean Sorenson seconded approval of an amendment to task order No. 11 with Goldsmith Heck to include repair work on Runway 3-21 for $16,761; APPROVED. » ITEM 9. CHANGE ORDER NO. 1: Mike Luce moved and Tom Lien seconded the approval of change order No. 1 with Asphalt Surfacing Co. to provide spaces for overflow lot not to exceed $100,000; APPROVED. » ITEM 10. NEW SNOWPLOW AND SAND TRACK: Hal Wick moved and Tom Lien seconded advertising for bids to purchase a new snowplow and sand truck, which are Airport Improvement Program eligible; APPROVED. » ITEM 11. MILITARY COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT: Mike Luce moved and Tom Lien seconded a military construction cooperative agreement with the South Dakota Air National Guard to move runway barrier signs on Runway 3-21; APPROVED. » ITEM 12. BUILDING ACQUISITION: Hal Wick moved and Tom Lien seconded the acquisition of building No. 80 from the South Dakota Air National Guard at no cost to the authority except for a site survey; APPROVED. » ITEM 13. CONSTRUCTION EASEMENT: Mike Luce moved and Tom Lien seconded a temporary construction easement with Sanford Health to allow dirt movement along authority property; APPROVED. » ITEM 14. CONTROL TOWER STAFFING: Robert Huggins, Federal Aviation Administration control tower chief, gave the board an update on staffing at the Sioux Falls Regional Airport’s control tower. » ITEM 15. OPEN SEGMENT: Mark Heisey, federal security director for the South Dakota Transportation Security Administration, updated the board on public-address messages. » NEXT MEETING: May 31, 2011, at 10:30 a.m. » ADJOURN: Chairman Mike Breidenbach adjourned the meeting at 1:09 p.m.2011-05-16
Draft minutes of meeting 31-May-2011The Sioux Falls Regional Airport Authority Board met at 10:30 a.m. May 31, 2011, in the first-floor conference room of the Costello Terminal. » ITEM 1. MINUTES of the April 26, 2011, meeting; APPROVED. » ITEM 2. BILLS; APPROVED. » ITEM 3. CONSENT AGENDA A. Write-off of uncollectible debt in the amount of $154,652.47; APPROVED. B. Change order No. 7 with Fiegen Construction for RFPs 28 – $16,947; APPROVED. C. Travel by deputy director to the Great Lakes Region annual American Association of Airport Executives conference in Alexandria, Minn.; APPROVED. D. City of Sioux Falls wildlife management plan; APPROVED. E. T-hangar lease with Jeff Anderson. (T2-16); APPROVED. F. Purchase of additional automated gate equipment for long-term access to parking overflow lot for $36,233.34; APPROVED. » ITEM 4. EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S REPORT A. Allegiant Airline conference in Las Vegas May 4-6, 2011. Met with Allegiant executives where they stated that Sioux Falls has its third-lowest operating expense and is fourth-highest in revenue for them. They are also looking into opening Oakland, Calif., as a featured destination, which could create opportunities for new direct service to the San Francisco Bay area. B. Federal Aviation Administration funding changes for some Airport Improvement Program (AIP) projects have moved from 2011 to 2012. Funding for the runway intersection reconstruction for 2012 to be provided in 2011 while reimbursement for 2011 items such as the new snowplow, sand truck and circulation road would wait until 2012. C. Construction update: 1) Concourse remodel – Gates 1 and 2 will be operational the first week of June; start next phase at Gate 3 the week of June 6; restaurant to open July 4. 2) Parking lot – New southeast corner of lot open; overflow lot also open. 3) Maverick Air – Steel for office area going up; completion projected for Sept. 9. 4) Canopy project – Bids opened May 31; Gil Haugen was the low bidder. 5) Runway 3-21 touchdown zone lights – Replacement and runway repairs bids will go out in July with work beginning in August. » ITEM 5. OLD BUSINESS A. Art adviser – Request for proposals advertised with Sioux Falls Arts Council for an art curator. Deadline for proposals is June 18. » ITEM 6. CANOPY REPLACEMENT: Mike Breidenbach moved and Mike Luce seconded approval of awarding the canopy replacement project to Gil Haugen Construction for $1,150,000; APPROVED. » ITEM 7. NEW SNOWPLOW AND SAND TRUCK: Mike Luce moved and Mike Breidenbach seconded approval of awarding the snowplow purchase to low bidder Sheehan for $389,785 (Oshkosh truck) and approval of award to Northern Truck Equipment for a new sand truck (Ford F650) for $104,948; APPROVED. Both items are AIP eligible for reimbursement in 2012. » ITEM 8. 2010 FINANCIAL AUDIT: Dean Sorenson moved and Hal Wick seconded approval of the financial report and audit for fiscal year 2010 as presented by Keith Severson of Eide Bailly; APPROVED. » ITEM 9. PROPERTY EXCHANGE: Dean Sorenson moved and Mike Luce seconded the approval of a property appraisal costing $12,000 by Shaykett Appraisal Co. Appraisal is required for a potential property exchange with the city which includes portions of Elmwood Golf Course; APPROVED. » ITEM 10. HEALTH INSURANCE RENEWAL: Mike Breidenbach moved and Mike Luce seconded the approval of renewing the health insurance with our current provider, Wellmark Blue Cross Blue Shield, with a 9.43 percent increase in premiums; APPROVED. » ITEM 11. ELECTION OF OFFICERS: Dean Sorenson moved and Hal Wick seconded the approval of Mike Breidenbach as chairman, Mike Luce as vice chairman and Dan Letellier as secretary; APPROVED. » ITEM 12. OPEN SEGMENT: Jack Browning with Landmark Aviation stated that the company has been given permission to do international trash on smaller aircraft coming in from out of the country. » NEXT BOARD MEETING: Noon June 16, 2011. » ADJOURN: Chairman Tom Lien adjourned the meeting at 11:34 a.m.2011-06-13
6/16/2011The Sioux Falls Regional Airport Authority Board met at noon, June 16, 2011, in the first-floor conference room of the Costello Terminal. » ITEM 1. MINUTES of the May 31, 2011, board meeting; APPROVED. » ITEM 2. BILLS; APPROVED. » ITEM 3. CONSENT AGENDA A. Approve change order No. 8 with Fiegen Construction for RFPs 34, 36, 38 for $13,352; APPROVED. B. Approve lease with Federal Aviation Administration for office utilized by weather observer for $3,000 a year; APPROVED. C. Approve purchase of replacement copy machine for administrative office for $3,957; APPROVED. » ITEM 4. EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S REPORT A. Air Service Committee would consist of eight to 10 members. The committee is still in the development stage. Group would be a subcommittee of Forward Sioux Falls and Dave Kapaska, CEO of Avera Health Systems, has agreed to be chairman. Members of group will be selected in the next few weeks. B. Construction update: 1) Concourse remodel – Gates 1 and 2 will be operational the first week of June; start next phase at Gate 3 week of June 6; restaurant behind schedule due to subcontractors working on the floor; projected opening date of Aug. 1. 2) Parking lot – Two weeks behind schedule due to the rain. 3) Maverick Air – Steel for office area up and steel for hangar section is on site. 4) Canopy project – Gil Haugan, low bidder, has ordered materials needed. 5) Runway 3-21 touchdown zone lights – Bid opening June 23; award bid June 29, 2011. » ITEM 5. OLD BUSINESS Children’s play area – Tom Lien moved and Dean Sorenson seconded approval of Ace Advertising and Sanford Health sponsoring a play area at Gate 2 on the concourse for four years with the stipulation that either party can be released from the agreement with a 90-day notice; APPROVED. » ITEM 6. JOINT USE AGREEMENT: The airport authority is working with the South Dakota Air National Guard on a new joint use agreement to replace the existing agreement that expires Sept. 30, 2011. The agreements are for 10 years with a $1 payment to the airport authority. In return, SDANG provides emergency services to the airfield. » ITEM 7. SOUTH DAKOTA PORT MARKETING DIRECTOR: Mike Luce moved and Tom Lien seconded discontinuing funding to the Sioux Falls Development Foundation to support the South Dakota port marketing director; APPROVED. » ITEM 8. OPEN SEGMENT: Nothing. » EXECUTIVE SESSION at 12:57 p.m. Board meeting resumed at 1:22 p.m. » NEXT BOARD MEETING: Noon, July 21, 2011. » ADJOURN: Chairman Mike Breidenbach adjourned the meeting at 1:23 p.m.2011-06-29
Draft minutes of meeting 29-Jun-11The Sioux Falls Regional Airport Authority Board met at 11 a.m. June 29, 2011, in the first-floor conference room of the Costello Terminal. » ITEM 1: Runway 3-21 touchdown zone light replacement – Dean Sorenson moved and Tom Lien seconded the lone bid by Buskerud Construction for the Runway 3-21 touchdown zone light replacement and runway repair for $1,011,004.90; APPROVED. » ADJOURN: Chairman Mike Breidenbach adjourned the meeting at 11:07 a.m. » NEXT BOARD MEETING: Noon July 21, 20112011-07-13
Airport board Draft minutes of meetingThe Sioux Falls Regional Airport Authority Board met at noon, Oct. 21, 2011, in the first-floor conference room of the Costello Terminal. » ITEM 1. WELCOME to new commissioners Ruth Krystopolski and Julie Schnaible. » ITEM 2. THANK YOU to commissioners Dean Sorenson and Hal Wick for their years of service to the Sioux Falls Regional Airport Authority Board. » ITEM 3. MINUTES of the Sept. 15, 2011, meeting; APPROVED. » ITEM 4. BILLS; APPROVED. » ITEM 5. CONSENT AGENDA A. Approve change order No. 1, Gil Haugen Construction for $35,326 for changes to the canopy project; APPROVED. B. Approve change order No. 12 with Fiegen Construction for $49,755 for changes to the concourse remodel project; APPROVED. C. Approve change order No. 1 with Buskerud Construction for $2,925 for changes to the Runway 3-21 project; APPROVED. D. Approve agreement with Eide Bailly to provide annual financial reports and audit requirements for the Sioux Falls Regional Airport Authority not to exceed $17,250; APPROVED. E. Approve a 10-year joint use agreement with the South Dakota Air National Guard; APPROVED. F. Approve T-hangar lease with Richard Herting for Hangar T-1-1; APPROVED. G. Approve T-hangar lease with Edward Miller for Hangar T-1-7; APPROVED. H. Accept South Dakota Department of Transportation financial assistance agreement for $260,950.26 for runway intersection replacement project; APPROVED. » ITEM 6. EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S REPORT A. Construction update 1) Concourse remodel – Phase II continues with the Gate 3 seating area and gift shop remodel, which is scheduled to open Nov. 11. 2) Parking lot – Short-term lot and driving lanes in front of the terminal opened Oct. 13. Signage installation and landscaping continue with a completion date of Nov. 18. 3) Maverick Air – Open for business with a few punch list items to complete 4) Canopy project – Canopy replacement in front of luggage claim continues, with an estimated completion date of Nov. 18. 5) Runway 3-21 touchdown zone lights – Runway reopened Oct. 14. Runway signage installation to be completed by Nov. 4. 6) Passenger traffic up 23.4 percent over a year ago September and 20.3 percent year to date. » ITEM 7. OLD BUSINESS A. a) Mike Luce moved and Ruth Krystopolski seconded approval of the executive director continuing to work with the Sioux Falls Arts Council on ways to better display existing art at the airport and a process to display three or four pieces of art on a rotating basis; APPROVED. b) Tom Lien moved and Julie Schnaible seconded the authority’s sponsorship of SculptureWalk not to exceed $5,000; APPROVED. » ITEM 8. MARKETING: John Fiksdal, Sharon Knoll and Ann DeLay with Media One discussed the airport’s marketing efforts that began in 2010 and focused on the business traveler and Travel Easy campaign. In 2011, the focus was on getting people to the FSD website and Air Fare Watchdog to highlight low fares that are available out of FSD. They also shared ideas on a new campaign in 2012 that will be focused on young families and young adults. » ITEM 9. RUNWAY INTERSECTION REPLACEMENT: The authority received one bid from T.R. Construction for the runway intersection replacement project but was substantially over the engineer’s estimate for the work. The executive director asked for more time to work with the general contractor and primary subs to bring the cost down before board approval. Special teleconference board meeting scheduled for 11 a.m. Nov. 9, 2011, to discuss approval of the bid. » ITEM 10. OPEN SEGMENT: Nothing. » NEXT BOARD MEETING: Noon Nov. 28, 2011. » ADJOURN: Chairman Mike Breidenbach adjourned the meeting at 1:19 p.m.2011-11-02
Minutes of special sessionMinutes of special session Nov. 9, 2011 The Sioux Falls Regional Airport Authority Board met at 11 a.m. Nov. 9, 2011, via teleconference. » ITEM 1. RUNWAY 3-21/15-33 INTERSECTION REPLACEMENT PROJECT – Mike Luce moved and Tom Lien seconded approval of a contract with T.R. Contracting for $8,341,586.92 for Runway 3-21/15-33 intersection replacement project; APPROVED. » ITEM 2. CHANGE ORDER NO. 1 – Mike Luce moved and Tom Lien seconded approval of change order No. 1 with T.R. Contracting to reduce the bid price by $555,000 due to additional closure time added to the Runway 3-21/15-33 intersection replacement project. Adjusted contract price is $7,786,586.92; APPROVED. » Chairman Mike Breidenbach adjourned the meeting at 11:18 a.m. Draft minutes of meeting Nov. 28, 2011 The Sioux Falls Regional Airport Authority Board met at noon, Nov. 28, 2011, in the first-floor conference room of the Costello Terminal. » ITEM 1. MINUTES of the Oct. 21, 2011, board meeting and the special teleconference session of Nov. 9, 2011; APPROVED. » ITEM 2. BILLS; APPROVED. » ITEM 3. CONSENT AGENDA: A. Change order No. 1 with Fiegen Construction in the amount of $82,086 for changes to the Maverick hangar project; APPROVED. B. Change order No. 4 with Asphalt Surfacing Co. in the amount of $7,429.36 for changes to the parking lot project; APPROVED. C. Operating use and lease agreement with Allegiant Air LLC; APPROVED. D. New two-year T-hangar leases for the following: T1-2 – Explorer LLC, T1-10 – Bill Taylor, T1-5 – Mark Johnson, T211 and 13 – Mockingbird Flying Club, T2-13 – John Oliphant, T2-15 –Terry Craft, T2-19 – Kelly Peterson and T2-20 – Midwest Flying; APPROVED. E. Lease agreement with Dennis Kaminski, dba Quality Mechanical Services, for 1,000 square feet of Shop Building No. 16; APPROVED. F. Renewal of workers’ compensation coverage through South Dakota Municipal League for $16,840; APPROVED. » ITEM 4. EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S REPORT: A. Construction update: 1) Concourse remodel – Phase II complete, reconfigured gift shop complete and phase III has begun, which includes the Gate 7 area. 2) Parking lot – Complete with the exception of a few punch-list items. 3) Canopy project – Painting completed; granite needs to be placed on pillars. 4) Runway intersection replacement – Staging area complete with stockpiling of materials under way. » ITEM 5. OLD BUSINESS: A. Cab company permits – Julie Schnaible moved and Ruth Krystopolski seconded approval of the authority beginning a permitting process and fee of $50 per vehicle for cab companies conducting business at the airport; APPROVED. B. A proposed layout for the lower level restaurant area was given to the board for review. Motion was deferred to allow CBM – Marlin’s – to get detailed information on projected traffic and spaced needed. » ITEM 6. PROPOSED OPERATING BUDGET for 2012 was explained to the board for its review. » ITEM 7. PROPOSED PROPERTY EXCHANGE with the city of Sioux Falls was explained to the board. This has been an ongoing process to exchange land that is owned by the airport in Elmwood Golf Course with acres owned by the city that are located at the end of Runway 21 to provide the Federal Aviation Administration required 1,000-foot safety area. In addition, the airport would receive easements to protect the air space and protection area at the end of runways 3 and 21. » ITEM 8. CHRISTMAS BONUS: Ruth Krystopolski moved and Mike Luce seconded awarding airport authority employees a 2 percent bonus on their 2011 gross earnings with a $500 cap; APPROVED. » ITEM 9. OPEN SEGMENT: Nothing. » NEXT MEETING: Noon, Dec. 19, 2011 » ADJOURN: Chairman Mike Breidenbach adjourned the meeting at 1:22 p.m.2011-12-15
Airport board Draft minutes of meeting Dec. 19, 2011The Sioux Falls Regional Airport Authority Board met at noon, Dec. 19, 2011, in the first-floor conference room of the Costello Terminal. » ITEM 1. MINUTES of the Nov. 28, 2011, meeting; APPROVED. » ITEM 2. BILLS; APPROVED. » ITEM 3. CONSENT AGENDA A. Change order No. 2 with Fiegen Construction for $13,987 for changes to the Maverick hangar project; APPROVED. B. Change order No. 5 with Asphalt Surfacing Co. for $14,602.99 for changes to the parking lot project; APPROVED. C. Task order No. 18 with Goldsmith/Heck Engineers to complete approach surveys for runways 3 and 33 for $24,795; APPROVED. D. T-hangar lease with Thomas Faini for T-1-4; APPROVED. » ITEM 4. EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S REPORT A. Construction update: 1) Concourse remodel – Phase III of the remodel is under way with 50 percent of the roof replaced and half the curtain wall installed. Interior framing and plumbing continues. 2) Canopy project – Several punch list items to remain as well as installation of the granite veneer on the new canopy columns. B. Enplanements have increased significantly in November, 23.1 percent, and 21 percent for year to date. C. Arts Council & Culture Committee met Dec. 13, 2011, reviewing Dan Letellier’s information on the airport terminal building to gain a better understanding of our audience to craft some appropriate solutions to art in the building. » ITEM 5. OLD BUSINESS Agreement with TSP – Tom Lien moved and Mike Luce seconded approval of hiring TSP to provide architecture and engineering services for the lower-level restaurant area; APPROVED. » ITEM 6. OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGET 2012: Tom Lien moved and Ruth Krystopolski seconded the operating and capital budget for 2012 as presented; APPROVED. » ITEM 7. Dan Mehlbrech with Aflac made a presentation to the board on supplemental insurance programs for airport authority employees. » ITEM 8. OPEN SEGMENT: Nothing. » ITEM 9. EXECUTIVE SESSION: Chairman Mike Breidenbach called the executive session at 12:52 pm to discuss legal matters. Board member Mike Luce left the meeting at 1:35 p.m. Breidenbach called executive session complete at 1:44 p.m. » ITEM 10. 2012 SALARIES: Tom Lien moved and Ruth Kyrstopolski seconded approval of a 3 percent to 5 percent increase in 2012 salaries for airport authority employees based on performance evaluations; executive director’s salary increases to $100,000; deputy director’s salary to $85,000 and a $5,000 bonus when American Association of Airport Executives certification is completed; APPROVED. » NEXT BOARD MEETING: Noon Jan. 19, 2012. » ADJOURN: Chairman Mike Breidenbach adjourned the meeting at 1:52 p.m.2012-01-11
Airport board Draft minutes of meeting Dec. 19, 2011The Sioux Falls Regional Airport Authority Board met at noon, Dec. 19, 2011, in the first-floor conference room of the Costello Terminal. » ITEM 1. MINUTES of the Nov. 28, 2011, meeting; APPROVED. » ITEM 2. BILLS; APPROVED. » ITEM 3. CONSENT AGENDA A. Change order No. 2 with Fiegen Construction for $13,987 for changes to the Maverick hangar project; APPROVED. B. Change order No. 5 with Asphalt Surfacing Co. for $14,602.99 for changes to the parking lot project; APPROVED. C. Task order No. 18 with Goldsmith/Heck Engineers to complete approach surveys for runways 3 and 33 for $24,795; APPROVED. D. T-hangar lease with Thomas Faini for T-1-4; APPROVED. » ITEM 4. EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S REPORT A. Construction update: 1) Concourse remodel – Phase III of the remodel is under way with 50 percent of the roof replaced and half the curtain wall installed. Interior framing and plumbing continues. 2) Canopy project – Several punch list items to remain as well as installation of the granite veneer on the new canopy columns. B. Enplanements have increased significantly in November, 23.1 percent, and 21 percent for year to date. C. Arts Council & Culture Committee met Dec. 13, 2011, reviewing Dan Letellier’s information on the airport terminal building to gain a better understanding of our audience to craft some appropriate solutions to art in the building. » ITEM 5. OLD BUSINESS Agreement with TSP – Tom Lien moved and Mike Luce seconded approval of hiring TSP to provide architecture and engineering services for the lower-level restaurant area; APPROVED. » ITEM 6. OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGET 2012: Tom Lien moved and Ruth Krystopolski seconded the operating and capital budget for 2012 as presented; APPROVED. » ITEM 7. Dan Mehlbrech with Aflac made a presentation to the board on supplemental insurance programs for airport authority employees. » ITEM 8. OPEN SEGMENT: Nothing. » ITEM 9. EXECUTIVE SESSION: Chairman Mike Breidenbach called the executive session at 12:52 pm to discuss legal matters. Board member Mike Luce left the meeting at 1:35 p.m. Breidenbach called executive session complete at 1:44 p.m. » ITEM 10. 2012 SALARIES: Tom Lien moved and Ruth Kyrstopolski seconded approval of a 3 percent to 5 percent increase in 2012 salaries for airport authority employees based on performance evaluations; executive director’s salary increases to $100,000; deputy director’s salary to $85,000 and a $5,000 bonus when American Association of Airport Executives certification is completed; APPROVED. » NEXT BOARD MEETING: Noon Jan. 19, 2012. » ADJOURN: Chairman Mike Breidenbach adjourned the meeting at 1:52 p.m.2012-01-11
Airport board Draft minutes of meeting Jan. 19, 2012The Sioux Falls Regional Airport Authority Board met at noon, Jan. 19, 2012, in the first-floor conference room of the Costello Terminal. » ITEM 1. MINUTES of the Dec. 19, 2011, meeting; APPROVED. » ITEM 2. BILLS; APPROVED. » ITEM 3. CONSENT AGENDA A. Change order No. 2 with Buskerud Construction in the amount of $2,500 for deductions to the runway touchdown zone light project; APPROVED. B. Change order No. 13 with Fiegen Construction in the amount of $31,439 for changes to the concourse remodel project; APPROVED. C. Travel by executive director to the Network USA Conference March 4-6, 2012, in Tampa; APPROVED. D. Travel by deputy director and office manager to the annual South Dakota airports conference March 14 and 15, 2012, in Deadwood; APPROVED. E. Task order No. 19 with Goldsmith Heck Engineers for work on plats and easement exhibits to complete property exchange with the city in the amount of $28,470, Airport Improvement Program reimbursable; APPROVED. F. Sale of surplus firetruck to Crash Rescue Equipment Service Inc. for $25,100; APPROVED. » ITEM 4. EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S REPORT A. Construction update 1) Concourse remodel: Phase III of the remodel continues. Completion date of March 31, 2012. 2) Canopy project: Several punch list items to remain as well as installation of the granite veneer on the new canopy columns. 3) Runway intersection: Materials for the project are being stockpiled. B. Enplanements for 2011 were 430,756; an increase of 21 percent over 2010. C. Executive director was invited to participate on an Airports Cooperative Research Panel regarding disrupted flight operations. » ITEM 5. OLD BUSINESS Lower-level restaurant remodel: Ruth Krystopolski moved and Mike Luce seconded moving forward with the design and concept presented to the board by TSP and Institutional Services; APPROVED. » ITEM 6. ADVANCED IMAGING TECHNOLOGY: Mark Heisey, federal safety director for the Transportation Security Administration, explained that the Sioux Falls Regional Airport will be receiving Advanced Imaging Technology by the end of February 2012. This is the full-body scanner that is less invasive than a body search. He also discussed the screening contract being awarded to Trinity Technology Group effective Jan. 1, 2012. Heisey also commented that the checkpoint will stay open until the last flight has boarded and is pushing back from the gate area to address issues that have occurred to late-departing flights after the checkpoint has closed for the day. » ITEM 7. AIR SERVICE CONSULTANT: Mike Luce moved and Tom Lien seconded approval of a renewal with Sixel Consulting for another two years with a yearly retainer of $20,000 plus a $1 enplanement fee for new service not to exceed total compensation of $50,000 per year; APPROVED. » ITEM 8. RUNWAY SAFETY AREA AGREEMENT WITH FAA: Ruth Krystopolski moved and Julie Schnaible seconded a reimbursable agreement with the Federal Aviation Administration for $70,000 to conduct preliminary engineering site work to evaluate the impact to approach equipment as a result of clearing the runway safety area at the end of Runway 21; APPROVED. » ITEM 9. OPEN SEGMENT: Nothing. » NEXT MEETING: Special teleconference meeting Feb. 8 or 9, 2012. To be announced at later date. Next regular meeting at 10:30 a.m. Feb. 24, 2012. » ADJOURN: Chairman Mike Breidenbach adjourned the meeting at 1:51 p.m.2012-02-08

     

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