City Council Agenda
City Council Chambers, City Hall, 612 N. Main Street
August 19. 2019
Committee Meetings (if any) will be first; immediately followed by the City Council Meeting.
1.

6:00 P.M. Traffic Commission


2.

Pledge of Allegiance

3.

Invocation: Resurrection Lutheran

4.

Roll Call

5.

Approval of Consent Agenda Items

Items appearing on the Consent Agenda may be removed by a City Council Member for discussion at the beginning of the formal agenda items.
D.

Raffle Permits

First Circuit CASA with the drawings to be held on September 27 & 28, 2019,
VFW with the drawing to be held on September 28, 2019,
Trinity Lutheran Church with the drawing to be held on September 29, 2019, and
Mitchell Ducks Unlimited with the drawing to be held on October 3, 2019.
E.

Volunteer Board Appointments

  • Pat Skinner to fill an unexpired term on the Parks & Recreation Board  to run August 2019- July 2020.
  • Mark Vaux to the Planning & Zoning Board for a term to run July 2019- July 2023.
  • Dennis Marek to the Parks & Recreation Board for a term to run July 2019- July 2022.
F.

Set Date for 09-03-19 on the application of Corn Palace Shrine Club for a Special Event Liquor License located at the Masonic Temple for September 7, 2019 for a birthday party

G.

Set Date 6:00 P.M., September 16, 2019 for Hearing on Special Assessment Roll for 2018 Construction Projects and 2018 Nuisance Abatements

I.

Declare Items as Surplus Property

J.

Notice of Acceptability of Work for East Havens Watermain Loop Project #2018-25 to Menning Backhoe, LLC

L.

Approval of Gas and Fuel Quotations

N.

Approve Bills, Payroll, Salary Adjustments and New Employee Hires and Authorize Payment of Recurring and Other Expenses in Advance as Approved by the Finance Officer

6.

Motion to Approve, Request Public Comment, Roll Call

7.

Citizens Input

If you need to address the Mayor and members of the City Council on an item that was not on the agenda, excluding personnel items, please come forward to the podium and state your name and your concern.  Presentations are limited to three minutes.  Items will be considered but no action will be taken at this time.
8.

Committee Report

Traffic
9.

Hearings and Actions on the following Alcohol Licenses

a. On the application of Blarney's Sports Bar & Grille dba Blarney's Sports Bar for a Special Event Liquor License located at the Highland Mall, Mitchell on December 6th, 2019 for the Holiday Spirits.

b. On the application to transfer Retail (On-Off Sale) Malt Beverage License RB-25721 from Leisure Time Inc. dba The Depot, 210 South Main Street, Mitchell to Depot Mitchell LLC dba The Depot, 210 South Main Street, Mitchell. Video Lottery is not included.

c. On the application to transfer Retail (On-Sale) Liquor License RL-5763 from Leisure Time Inc. dba The Depot, 210 South Main Street, Mitchell to Depot Mitchell LLC dba The Depot, 210 South Main Street, Mitchell.
10.

BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT: Entertain a motion for the City Council to recess and sit as the Board of Adjustment

11.

Action to Set Date for Board of Adjustment Hearing on 9/3/2019

Jason & Ramy Norgaard have applied for a conditional use permit to operate a family residential child care center in their home located at 1220 E Havens Lot 103, Brendan Mobile Village, legally described as Lot 1A located in SE 1/4 22-103-60, Exc. Lots PE1, PE2,  and PE3, City of Mitchell, Davison County, South Dakota. The property is zoned R4 High Density Residential District.  
12.

Action to Set Date for Board of Adjustment Hearing on 9/3/2019

Russell Hanson & Jamie Buchholz have applied for a side-yard on a corner variance of 8 feet vs 20 feet as required for the purpose of constructing a detached garage on their property located at 520 E Hanson Ave, legally described as Lot 12, Block 42, Cooley and Guernsey Addition, City of Mitchell, Davison County, South Dakota. The property is zoned R2 Single Family Residential District.  
13.

RECONVENE AS CITY COUNCIL: Entertain a motion for the Board of Adjustment to adjourn and the City Council to reconvene in regular session

14.

Action to Approve Agreement #A2019-38, Special Services/Mitchell 17-2


15.

Hearing and Action on Resolution #R2019-58, Dakota Wesleyan University on Petition for Vacation of Public Right-of-Way

16.

Action on Resolution #R2019-59, A Plat of Lot C-4 of DWU-First Addition to the City of Mitchell, Davison County, South Dakota

17.

Action on Resolution #R2019-60, A Plat of Lot 5 of D. and B. Carlson's First Addition, A Subdivision of a Portion of the NE 1/4 of Section 31, T 104 N, R 60 W of the 5th P.M., Davison County, South Dakota

18.

Action on Resolution #R2019-61, A Plat of Lot 9, Block 7, Westwood First Addition, A Subdivision of the SW 1/4 of Section 16, T 103 N, R 60 W of the 5th P.M., City of Mitchell, Davison County, South Dakota

19.

Action to Approve Resolution #R2019-62, A Resolution expanding the Bid #3 Board

20.

Second Reading of Ordinance #O2019-12, U-Turns In City Limits

21.

Motion to Adopt Ordinance #O2019-12, Request Public Comment, Roll Call

23.

Motion to Adopt Ordinance #O2019-14, Request Public Comment, Roll Call

24.

Second Reading of Ordinance #O2019-15, Repealing MCC Chapter 3-5: Arts Council

25.

Motion to Adopt Ordinance #O2019-15, Request Public Comment, Roll Call

27.

Motion to Adopt Ordinance #O2019-16, Request Public Comment, Roll Call

28.

Second Reading of Ordinance Ordinance #O2019-17, Repealing MCC Chapter 3-10: Museum Board

29.

Motion to Adopt Ordinance #O2019-17, Request Public Comment, Roll Call

30.

First Reading on Ordinance #O2019-18, Repealing Mitchell City Code Chapter 3-6: Traffic Commission, Updating References to said Commission, and Correcting a Reference to the Traffic Division

31.

Discussion and Presentation by Verizon Wireless on Small Cell Facilities

A.

Verizon Small Wireless Facility Presentation

32.

Adjourn

33.

FOR COUNCIL INFORMATION: City Planning Commission minutes 8/12/2019

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