Mobridge City Council Meets

City of Mobridge


MOBRIDGE, S.D – (DRG News) The Mobridge City Council held their regular meeting for November 18, 2013 at city hall.

Professor Rex, from South Dakota State University, presented an update on the Wrigley Square Project.  He handed out a packet that contained computer images, pictures and drawings of the work being done for the area.  A concrete sample was shown of the colors that will be used.  In the packet was a page that contained a list of words and phrases to be paced on the wall.  Anyone who would like to review this packet and words are invited to stop by Mobridge City Hall.  He stated that the project is taking longer than anticipated as they are experimenting with what does and does not work.  The project is scheduled to be completed by May of 2014.

Matt Reichert, Zoning Officer, presented two building permits which were approved by the council.  One permit was for Monty Hepper to build a two stall garage on his property and the other was for Lyle Kemnitz for residing, removal of an addition and replacement of an addition of the same size.

Justin Jungwirth, Police Chief, presented a report on the activities of Code Enforcement.  Papers have been served to various owners for different types of violations.

Council approved a pay level increase for Candice Neumann from $14.52 to $15.51 effective November 4, 2013.

There was a public hearing and the council then approved a new malt beverage/wine license to Northside Flowers.

Council approved the hiring of Twyla Fritz as a front desk fill-in at a rate of $10.00 per hour.

Approval was then made for the lease agreement between Mobridge-Pollock School District and the City of Mobridge for the use of the Scherr-Howe event center.

After being briefed, the council approved the agreement with the State of South Dakota for financial assistance on the hanger project at the Mobridge Airport.

Council approved to pay the bills and then adjourned.

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