Lyman County Commissioners —
Board approves longevity policy, reviews handbook, holds bid opening
The board of Lyman County Commissioners met in regular session in the conference room of the Lyman County Courthouse in Kennebec on Tuesday, May 5.
The auditor’s account, the register of deeds and clerk of courts fee reports were approved.
The auditor’s account showed cash on hand at $353.82; checks in treasurer’s possession less than three days old, $228,655.41; BankWest checking, $18,600.86; BankWest savings, $3,641,056.36; First Dakota Bank CDs, $214,439.17 and Dakota Prairie CDs, $665,918.81 for a total of $4,769,024.46. General Fund came to $2,177,451.88; Special Revenue Funds: Road and Bridge Assigned, $731,893.29; Secondary Road Reserve, $57,656.39; 911 Fund, $41,699.56; fire, $74,956.45; emergency management, $20,554.23; domestic abuse, $230; TIF, $59,732.03; 24/7 sobriety, $17,908.74; Register of Deeds M&P, $37,703.93 and Trust and Agency Funds, $1,549,237.96. Of this amount, the following entities received – State of South Dakota, $57,525.39; school districts, $1,279,957.42; cities and towns, $124,086.13; townships, $15,031.41; South-Central Water District, $469.86; West River/Lyman-Jones Water District, $8,056.73; Vivian Sanitary District, $516.86 and Lyman County Ambulance District, $50,392.92 for a total of $1,536,036.72.
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