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Meetings

The Commission's regular meetings are held on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of the month. Meetings begin at 9:00 a.m. and continue until all business for that day is concluded. The Commission meets in the commission meeting room on the first floor of the courthouse. There is an outside entrance to the commission meeting room on the northeast corner of the courthouse. If you wish to place an item on the agenda, please contact the Commission Administrative Officer at 605-256-7630, no later than noon on Wednesday prior to the next Tuesday Commission meeting.

Commissioners


The County Commission is the governing body of Lake County. It consists of five members who are elected to serve four year terms.

Commissioners (left to right): Roger Hageman, Aaron Johnson, Deb Reinicke, Dennis Slaughter, and Kelli Wollmann





Contact Information

Kelli Wollmann

Commissioner - Chair 605-483-3366 Send an Email

Roger Hageman

Commissioner - Vice Chair 605-485-2247 Send an Email

Aaron Johnson

Commissioner 605-695-0847 Send an Email

Deb Reinicke

Commissioner 605-256-4621 Send an Email

Dennis Slaughter

Commissioner 605-256-4662 Send an Email

Shelli Gust

Commission Administrative Officer 605-256-7630 Send an Email

Contact Information

Main Office

Address:
Lake County Commissioners
200 E Center St
Madison SD 57042

Phone:
605-256-7630
Fax:
605-256-7632

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Announcements

HAZARD MITIGATION GRANT PROGRAM
Thursday, December 5, 2019

Due to the Presidential Disaster Declaration, the Hazard Mitigation Grant Program is available to anyone who was affected by the recent flood. Lake County is a sponsor for the resident to be able to apply. For more information, please call Shelli Gust at the Commission Office at 605-256-7630.

PUBLIC SNOW REMOVAL NOTICE
Wednesday, December 4, 2019

NOTICE: An individual who plows snow from a driveway onto a public road, or plows snow from a driveway across a public road piling it in the ditch, may be in violation of a SD law that prohibits dumping on or within highway right-of-ways. Intentional dumping on a highway right-of-way is a Class 1 misdemeanor. This may also be a violation of a SD law that prohibits the destruction of a highway grade or ditch, which is a Class 2 misdemeanor.

INDIVIDUAL FEMA ASSISTANCE
Thursday, November 21, 2019

Individual FEMA assistance may be available. To register, please call and or register online:
Register by phone: 1-800-621-3362
Register online: disasterassistance.gov

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