Agendas 11-23-20


Brookings School Board 

The Brookings School District Board of Education will hold a workshop/meeting at 6 p.m. Monday in the Dakota Prairie Elementary School at 111 26th St. S. Items on the agenda include:

• Approve agenda

• Conflict of interest declarations

• Comments from the audience

• Alternative school update from Shelly Jensen and Paul von Fischer

• South Dakota Day of Giving

• Transportation update

• Board goals update

• Update on COVID items

• Executive session to consult with legal counsel on contractual matters

Brookings City Council

The Brookings City Council will meet at 6 p.m. Tuesday in the Brookings City & County Government Center at 520 Third St. Items on the agenda include:

• Approve agenda

• Approve minutes

• Action on annual liquor and wine alcohol license renewals for 2021

• Action on appointments to city boards, committees and commission

• Action on a resolution declaring surplus property

• Open forum

• SDSU Student Association report

• Mayor’s Generational Leadership Award

• Proclamation recognizing Nov. 28 as Small Business Saturday 

• Action on a tesolution authorizing change order No. 1 (Final) for the  Moriarty Park Drainage improvement project, Rounds Construction

• Public hearing and action on a request to transfer an on-off sale malt license, with video lottery, from Brookings Developers, Inc., Lyle  Prussman, owner, dba Gas N Mor, to MG Oil Company, dba Corner Pantry 24, Marlyn Erickson and Troy Erickson, owners, 600 Sixth St.

• Second reading on an ordinance authorizing supplemental appropriation  No. 6 to the 2020 budget - parts 1-3. 

• COVID-19 update

• City of Brookings progress report

• Council member introduction of topics for future discussion

• Executive session for consulting with legal counsel or reviewing communications from legal counsel about proposed or pending litigation or contractual matters, and discussing marketing or pricing strategies by a board or commission of a business owned by the state or any of its political subdivisions, when public discussion may be harmful to the competitive position of the business

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