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December 18, 2018 www.broadcasteronline.com Dante Bank Listed On National Register Of Historic Places PIERRE, S.D. – The Security State Bank in Dante was recently added to the National Register of Historic Places, according to the South Dakota State Historical Society. The Security State Bank is a twostory, rectangular masonry brick commercial building. It was built in 1920 at 320 Main Street, which is the southwest corner of Main St. and Haskell Ave. The bank is the best remaining local example of early 20th century commercial history and architecture in Dante and is the only bank in Dante’s history. The building is listed in the National Register for its significance to the history of banking and commerce in early Dante to serve the agriculturedependent community and represent the economic difficulties that plagued South Dakota in the 1920s. It is also listed as the best local example of an early 20th century two-part commercial block, as well as demonstrating shifts in commercial bank architecture with its blend of Craftsman and Neoclassical styles. The National Register is the official federal list of properties identified as important in American history, architecture, archaeology, engineering and culture. The State Historic Preservation Office of the State Historical Society works in conjunction with the National Park Service, which oversees the National Register program, to list the properties. "South Dakota's history is rich in American Indian culture, pioneer life and change," said Jay D. Vogt, state historic preservation officer and director of the State Historical Society at the Cultural Heritage Center in Pierre. "The more than 1,300 state individual properties and districts listed on the National Register are important for their role in South Dakota's culture, heritage and history. And when properties get listed, it shows that their owners take pride in their role in preserving that culture, heritage and history." Buildings, sites, structures and objects at least 50 years old possessing historical significance may qualify for the National Register, according to Vogt. Properties must also maintain their historic location, design, materials and association. Listing on the National Register does not place any limitations on private property owners by the federal government. For more information on the National Register or other historic preservation programs, contact the State Historic Preservation Office at the Cultural Heritage Center, 900 Governors Drive, Pierre, SD 57501-2217; telephone 605-773-3458 or website history.sd.gov/ Preservation (click on National Register of Historic Places in the right column). Broadcaster Press 7 We Don’t Spend Money We Don’t Have By Gov. Dennis Daugaard Every December, the state legislature meets to receive a budget proposal from the governor. This proposal is the starting point for the legislative budget process, which ends with the passage of a budget bill at the end of session in March. This week, I presented my last budget proposal to the legislature. This year was a little different, because Governorelect Kristi Noem will be taking office in early January. Eight years ago, after I took office, I presented my own budget proposal, and I know the Governorelect plans to do the same thing. The purpose of my budget was to provide updated information about revenue and expenses, and to create a starting point for Governor-elect Noem and the new legislature as they begin their work next year. Over the years, I have applied several core principles to state budgeting: We don’t spend money we don’t have. We use one-time revenues only for one-time expenses, and we fund annually recurring expenses with only recurring revenues. We maintain ten percent budget reserves, and we use those reserves only for emergencies, not to perpetuate overspending. Custer, SD, Dec. 13, 2018 – Dec. 15, 2018 marks the beginning of winter recreaWe conservatively project revenue tion on the Black Hills National Forest as Forest officials open snowmobile, cross- and expenses. We don’t use accounting country ski and snowshoeit in the Broadcaster! and close seasonal gates gimmicks. We don’t balance by accelerTell them you saw trails in the Black Hills area and recreation sites that do not remain open through the winter. ating next year’s income into this year, 624-4429 Gates are closed to provide a seasonal refuge for wildlife, protect road surfaces or by pushing expenses into next year. and other resources, and provide for public safety as some of the roads are conWe use one-time windfalls to repay verted into part of the snowmobile trail. debt, build or secure a new asset, or Seasonal closures also occur at many of the recreation sites including some endow an ongoing expense. campgrounds and picnic areas. Click on list of campground sites that remain open And we structurally balance our in the offseason. Most restroom facilities and trash collection are closed for the budget, every year. We balance our season. budget, not only because our state As a safety reminder, use extreme caution when driving on forest system roads constitution requires it, but because it Tell them you saw it in the as the road ahead may become impassable or hazardous due to ice and snow cov- is the right thing to do. er. National Forest System roads are not plowed or maintained during the winter. Some of those rules might seem like Broadcaster! Seasonal recreation sites and roads typically reopen mid-May, weather depend- common sense, but there are many ent. states which have departed from these For more information on the Black Hills National Forest, visit http://www. responsible budgeting practices, and fs.usda.gov/blackhills, follow the Forest on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ they have paid the price for it. Meanblackhillsnf or Twitter: https://twitter.com/BlackHillsNF while, in South Dakota, we have taken several tangible steps to strengthen our financial practices. In 2012, South Dakota voters passed a constitutional amendment that explicitly required a balanced budget – it passed with 65% of the vote. In 2014, I proposed and the legislature approved legislation to require more frequent state revenue estimates, to identify any potential revenue shortfalls earlier in the budgeting process. That same year, I issued an executive order to require the posting of budget metrics on the state website at open. sd.gov to detail monthly expenditures, revenue collections, and cash balances. In 2014, our state used one-time windfalls to repay, early, $56.4 million in long-term bonds. In 2016, we early repaid another $42.3 million in bonds. In 2015, the state presented its first long-term financial plan, a five-year capital expenditure plan, and a debt limitation policy. These were initially required by executive order, and then placed into state law. We also placed new limits on the amount of debt that can be issued through the South Dakota Building Authority. We have also accelerated the time it takes each year to complete the state’s audited financial statements. Last, but certainly not least, South Dakota has fully funded and proactively managed our strong retirement system. Many states have enormous unfunded pension liabilities. South Dakota is a shining star in this area. Our retirement system is 100% funded. Wisconsin and Washington are the only other states that can make this claim. While other states use unrealistic assumptions such as higher rates of return, the South Dakota Retirement system uses realistic assumptions and has made many adjustments over the past several years to assure it stays fully funded over the long term. As I leave office, South Dakota’s finances are the envy of the nation, and I am pleased to be turning over my office to Governor-elect Noem, who also believes in sound financial management. South Dakota is fortunate that generations of governors and legislators, of both parties, have worked together to keep us on a strong financial footing. I hope we never take that for granted. Winter Recreation And Seasonal Closures Began Dec. 15 624-4429 Tell them you saw it in the Broadcaster! 201 W. Cherry • Vermillion, SD 624-4429 Let Our Family Business Keep Yours In The Go With: Stories you missed this week because you’re not a Plain Talk subscriber Photos and interactive video from the Christmas on the Missouri musical celebration held in the United Church of Christ – Congregational in Vermillion on Dec. 9. Different choral and solo pieces showcased the Christmas story. The concert ended with everyone singing Hallelujah Chorus from Messiah by G. F. Handel. Tell them you saw Cox it in the Auto 605•665•4494 Broadcaster! 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