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Broadcaster Press 9 February 13, 2018 www.broadcasteronline.com Buckingham Appointed As New Member Of State Board Of Elections PIERRE, S.D. – Today Secretary of State Shantel Krebs announced new appointee Michael Buckingham of Rapid City for the seven-member, bipartisan Board of Elections. “I appreciate the willingness of Mike to serve on the bipartisan Board of Elections,” said Secretary Krebs. “Mike will bring extensive knowledge of the elections process in South Dakota to the table.” Michael Buckingham was selected by House Majority Leader Representative Lee Qualm to replace Mitch LaFluer, who’s term concluded at the end of January. Board members are appointed in accordance with South Dakota Codified Law 12-1-5: 12-1-5. State board created--Members-Terms--Vacancies--Oath. There is created a State Board of Elections to be composed of seven members, one of whom shall be the secretary of state who is chairman. Two of the members shall be county auditors appointed by the Speaker of the House of Representatives from a list of nominees supplied by the county auditors meeting at the South Dakota Association of County Officials. The auditors appointed by the Speaker of the House of Representatives shall be of different political party registration. One auditor appointed in 1991 shall be appointed for a two-year term and one shall be appointed for a four-year term. All appointments of auditors after 1991 shall be for four years. One member of the board shall be appointed by each of the following officers: the democratic leader of the Senate, the democratic leader of the House of Representatives, the republican leader of the Senate and the republican leader of the House of Representatives. Appointments to the board shall be as follows: the appointee of the democratic leader of the House of Representatives, 1980 and each fourth year thereafter; the appointee of the republican leader of the Senate, 1981 and each fourth year thereafter; the appointee of the republican leader of the House of Representatives, 1982 and each fourth year thereafter; the appointee of the democratic leader of the Senate, 1983 and each fourth year thereafter. After the appointments made in 1979, the terms of all appointed members of the board, except auditors, shall be for four years. All appointments to the board are to be made by January thirty-first of each year. Vacancies on the board shall be filled in the same manner as the original appointments were made. All appointed members of the board shall file with the secretary of state an oath in the form prescribed by § 3-1-5. Michael Buckingham biography: Michael Buckingham has been a corporate vice president of Dlorah since 1992 and the president of the Fairway Hills division since 1988. He oversees the maintenance of the National American University system, as well as properties being developed at Fairway Hills. Mr. Buckingham served as an elected official on the Rapid City School Board from June 1998 through December 2002 when he resigned after being elected to the South Dakota House of Representatives where he served until January 2009. During his legislative term he co-chaired the National Council of State Legislatures Redistricting and Elections Committee and was appointed to the US Election Assistance Commission. Mr. Buckingham graduated from the University of South Dakota in 1981 and recently earned his MBA from National American University in 2009. In October of 2014 he completed his Masters of Commercial Real Estate a professional designation from CoreNet Global. In October of 2015 he added the workspace specialist to the designation. Current Board of Elections members: Carri Crum Vermillion, SD Title: Clay County Auditor Appointed: Speaker of the House Expiration: 01/31/2021 Mike Buckingham Rapid City, SD Appointed: House Majority Leader Expiration: 01/31/2022 Margaret V. Gillespie Hudson, SD Appointed: House Minority Leader Expiration: 1/31/2020 Rick Knobe Sioux Falls, SD Appointed: Senate Majority Leader Expiration: 01/31/2021 Shantel Krebs Fort Pierre, SD Title: Secretary of State, Chairwoman Appointed: Virtue of Office Expiration: 01/15/2019 Pam L Lynde Clear Lake, SD Title: Deuel County Auditor Appointed: Speaker of the House Expiration: 01/31/2019 Linda Lea M Viken Rapid City, SD Appointed: Senate Democratic Leader Expiration: 01/31/2019 For more information on the South Dakota State Board of Elections, visit https:// sdsos.gov/about-the-office/board-of-elections/default.aspx Newly Accredited Public Libraries To Gov. Daugaard Signs Bills Into Law Be Honored In Capitol Rotunda PIERRE, S.D. – Twelve South Dakota public libraries have been accredited by the State Library in 2018. They will be honored in front of lawmakers, library colleagues and community members at the Capitol rotunda Feb. 13, at 3:15 pm CST. This event is held in conjunction with the annual South Dakota Library Association Library Legislative Day. Accredited libraries demonstrate that they meet important benchmarks for providing high quality library services to their communities. Public libraries are accredited at one of three levels: Essential, Enhanced or Exemplary. Libraries are evaluated in the following areas, as outlined in South Dakota Public Library Standards: governance, administration, access, collections and resources, funding, staffing, technology and public relations. The following libraries have been accredited: • Canton Public Library – Enhanced • Cozard Memorial Library (Chamber- lain) – Essential • Custer County Library (Custer) – Exemplary • Dell Rapids Carnegie Public Library – Enhanced • Gregory Public Library – Exemplary • Hot Springs Public Library – Enhanced • Phoebe Apperson Hearst Free Library (Lead) – Essential • Piedmont Valley Library – Essential • Rawlins Municipal Library (Pierre) – Exemplary • Tripp County Grossenberg Memorial Library (Winner) – Essential • Wall Community Library – Essential • Yankton Community Library – Exemplary Detailed requirements for each level of tiered accreditation, as well as a complete list of all currently accredited libraries, are available on the South Dakota State Library’s website at library.sd.gov. PIERRE, S.D. – Gov. Dennis Daugaard signed the following bills into law this afternoon: HB 1030 – An Act to provide for the cancellation of certain uncollectible unemployment insurance contributions. SB 17 – An Act to revise certain provisions regarding a division under the Department of Human Services. HB 1040 – An Act to provide for the licensing of a professional counselor, professional counselor-mental health, or marriage and family therapist licensed in another state under certain circumstances and to declare an emergency. SB 18 – An Act to revise certain provisions regarding the South Dakota Board of Technical Education. SB 27 – An Act to make an appropriation from the coordinated natural resources conservation fund to the State Conservation Commission and to declare an emergency. SB 40 – An Act to authorize the transfer of certain surplus real estate in Rapid City to the Ellsworth Development Authority and to declare an emergency. HB 1003 – An Act to revise certain provisions concerning the content of the campaign finance disclosure reports and to declare an emergency. HB 1006 – An act to revise the extent of comments required by the director of the Legislative Research Council regarding certain ballot measures and the period of time in which those comments are to be made. SD State Fair Announces First Grandstand Act Save $30 on a Summer AC Tune-Up! HB 1011 – An Act to revise certain provisions regarding voter registration list maintenance mailings. HB 1041 – An Act to revise certain provisions regarding insurers' internal audit requirements. HB 1046 – An Act to allow certain resident farmers or ranchers to receive a big game license during the Black Hills deer season. HB 1047 – An Act to revise certain provisions defining fur-bearing animals. HB 1048 – An Act to revise certain provisions referring to the statements on auditing standards utilized by the Department of Revenue. HB 1049 – An Act to revise certain references to the Internal Revenue Code. 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