Appropriations A/V — 2015

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Department of Military, Major General Timothy Reisch, introduced staff and presented FY16 Budget and report to the committee00:01:20
Agenda00:02:35
America's Defense: What the Founding Fathers Had in Mind00:02:53
A Dual-Mission Force - Title 10 Mission and Title 32 Mission00:03:19
Top 10 Essential Homeland Defense Capabilities00:05:01
SD Army National Guard - Flow Chart00:05:50
SD Air National Guard - Flow Chart00:07:30
South Dakota National Guard - Mission00:09:01
South Dakota National Guard - Vision 00:10:54
South Dakota National Guard - Values 00:11:46
South Dakota National Guard Strategy Map 2014-201800:12:02
South Dakota National Guard Strategy Map 2014-2018 (Continued)00:12:53
South Dakota National Guard Strategic Plan TY14-18 Dashboard00:14:35
Senator Heineman - question how did you develop system for strategic planning00:15:17
South Dakota National Guard Employment STRAT OBJ 1.1 - Objective00:17:36
National ARNG Unit Rankings - Unit Assessment Tool00:18:25
Department of the Military - FY 2016 Department Budget Request 00:20:37
South Dakota National Guard - Annual Economic Impact - $186,099,05300:21:25
Budget Divisions - Flow Chart00:22:31
South Dakota National Guard Joint Force Headquarters00:23:00
FY2016 Budget Requested General Funds $4,014,748 - Chart00:23:41
Department of Military - Adjutant General's Office Budget00:24:09
Army National Guard00:24:56
South Dakota Army National Guard - Army National Guard Budget 00:25:05
South Dakota Army National Guard - Personnel Statistics00:28:00
South Dakota Army National Guard - South Dakota's Aging Armories (Continued)00:32:30
South Dakota Army National Guard - South Dakota's Aging Armories (Continued)00:32:54
South Dakota Army National Guard - South Dakota's Aging Armories00:33:02
South Dakota Army National Guard - Armories and Locations - Map00:33:49
South Dakota Army National Guard - Major Military Construction Projects Funded by the Federal Government00:34:15
South Dakota Army National Guard - Sustainment Project Increase 00:35:50
South Dakota Army National Guard - Modernization Projects00:36:10
South Dakota Army National Guard - Energy Projects00:37:33
South Dakota Army National Guard - Current Deployments00:38:01
South Dakota Army National Guard - Future Deployments00:38:23
South Dakota Army National Guard - Future Challenges00:38:41
Air National Guard00:38:59
SD Air National Guard - Air National Guard Budget00:39:07
SD Air National Guard - Personnel Statistics00:39:25
SD Air National Guard - Military Construction00:40:17
SD Air National Guard - Future Deployments00:42:02
SD Air National Guard - Challenges Ahead00:42:17
Questions00:44:21
Senator White - question what are the National Guard educational incentives00:44:25
Senator Van Gerpen - question what is average age of personnel and will there be a lot of retiring National Guard personnel00:47:16
Secretary Mr. Larry Zimmerman introduced staff and presented FY16 Budget and report to the committee00:50:18
South Dakota Department of Veteran's Affairs00:50:20
Who We Are00:50:50
2016 Budget Request 00:51:12
Department of Veterans Affairs - Flow Chart00:51:51
Our Team00:52:43
Veteran's Benefits Division Budget - FY2015 Budget and FY2016 Request00:53:50
Economic Impact - $564.5 Million00:54:41
Operation RAV - Reach All Veterans00:55:48
Open Houses - 153 Outreach Events00:57:00
Phone Campaign - attempted with over 63,476 veterans00:58:07
Representative Romkema - Introduced Canadian Consulate00:58:14
Senator Haverly - question who is on Operation RAV list01:00:38
Senator Tidemann - question how much money has been distributed to new compensation claims01:02:43
Representative Ring - question if any veteran's widow or widower are eligible for claims01:04:05
Senator Parsley - commented that not all veterans have been contacted01:05:23
Representative Hunhoff- question what organization should a veteran widow or widower contact 01:06:55
Commitment to our Veterans01:07:35
Future Ops - Operation Ketchup01:08:20
Moving Forward - Honor Our Veterans - 2016 Korean War Veterans01:09:32
Moving Forward - Honor Our Veterans - 2017 Vietnam War Veterans01:11:36
Moving Forward - Honor Our Veterans - 2018 World War II Veterans01:12:45
Mr. Brad Richardson, Superintendent of State Veterans' Home, presented report01:15:15
Our Mission01:16:16
Construction Accomplishments01:16:58
The Present - To View Progress of Construction of State Veterans Home01:17:38
The Present - Rear of Building01:18:30
The Present - Interior01:18:50
The Present - Nurses Office Area01:19:21
The Present - Nurses Station and Kitchen01:20:15
The Present - Biomass Plant01:21:02
The Present - Emissions Equipment01:21:30
Completion Date - Move In - January 201601:21:45
The Future - Michael J Fitzmaurice State Veterans Home Replacement Facility01:27:10
Construction Funding - Federal Funding $23.6M 01:27:20
Representative Hunhoff - question how many rooms are licensed nursing beds and how many rooms are living independently 01:28:00
Representative Hunhoff - question what services are going to be offered and expanded 01:29:40
Veterans Home Budget01:30:55
Contacts - Information 01:31:35
More Information about the Department of Veterans Affairs 01:32:44
Thank You For Your Service to South Dakota's Veterans01:33:20
Senator Peters - requested more information about budget01:34:09
Veterans Benefits Division Budget01:34:35
Ms. Connie Hohn, Budget and Finance Director, explained transfer of funds01:36:27
Senator Peters - question on personnel changes01:37:45
Representative Hunhoff - question about medicaid and medicare funding in old and new veterans' home01:38:40
Senator Peters - requested more information on medicaid, medicare, and skilled nursing programs offered in new and old Veterans Home01:42:20
Senator Heineman - question why are utilities, physical therapy, and food services listed under other fund authority01:42:57
Senator Heineman - question where is source of funding for utilities, physical therapy, and food services01:44:00
Secretary Steve Pirner, Department of Environment and Natural Resources presented FY16 Budget and report to committee - Page 101:46:55
DENR Programs - Organizational Flow Chart - Page 201:47:35
Review of FY2014 End of Year Budget Status - Page 301:48:30
Overview of DENR's Budget Request - Page 401:53:00
DENR Goals - Page 501:54:28
Senator Tidemann - question why is there 24 fewer FTE's than FY198701:55:20
Key Environmental Measure; Meeting Federal Air Quality Standards - Graph - Page 601:56:56
Senator Heineman - question why is the air quality in South Dakota improving01:57:58
Looming Air Quality Issues that could impact South Dakota's Full Attainment Status - Page 702:00:30
Key Environmental Measure: Meeting Surface Water Quality Standards - Page 802:03:00
Big Sioux Segments in Red and Orange are "Impaired" - Page 902:03:40
Big Sioux River Water Quality Headlines - Page 1002:04:00
Background Behind Big Sioux Water Quality - Page 1102:04:30
Point Source Municipal Pollution: Communities along Big Sioux that have Upgraded Wastewater Treatment Facilities - Page 1202:05:45
Costs to Reduce Point Source Municipal Pollution to the Big Sioux River - Page 1302:06:10
Examples of Municipal Wastewater Treatment in the Big Sioux Basin - Page 1402:06:25
Large Livestock Operations Are Also Point Sources - Page 1502:07:22
Best Management Practices Used to Reduce Nonpoint Source Pollution in the Big Sioux - Page 1602:08:27
Best Management Practices Used to Reduce Nonpoint Source Pollution in the Big Sioux - Page 17 02:08:50
Big Sioux Best Management Practices (BMP's) Implemented 2005 - 2014 Using Cost-Share - Page 1802:09:10
Historical Fecal Coliform Trends in Big Sioux River - Page 1902:10:15
Historical Trends in Total Suspended Solids in Big Sioux River - Page 2002:11:09
Historical Trends in Ammonia in Big Sioux River - Page 2102:11:25
Historical Trends in Dissolved Oxygen in Big Sioux River - Page 2202:11:55
Summary of Water Quality of the Big Sioux River - Page 2302:12:23
Senator Heineman - question about the identification of the Big Sioux as a high impact project 02:14:10
Key Environmental Measure: DENR's Increasing Workloads - Page 2402:15:35
Key Environmental Measure: DENR's Increasing Workloads - Page 2502:15:45
Key Environmental Measure: DENR's Increasing Workloads - Page 2602:15:55
DENR's 37 FoxPro Databases Conversation Project - Page 2702:16:20
DENR's One-Stop GIS Interactive Map Dashboard - Page 2802:19:00
Mr. Rick Lancaster, DENR, presented Property Search for Spill Sites and Sites with Environmental Reports -One-Stop GIS Interactive Map Dashboard02:20:29
Senator Parsley - question will a customer need special software to use interactive maps02:26:30
Mr. Nayyer Syed, DENR, presented Tanks Database on One-Stop GIS Interactive Map Dashboard02:27:30
Representative Cronin - question if inspection reports would be available on Interactive Map02:32:58
Representative Partridge - question if address listed on Interactive Map is the facility02:35:11
Mr. Nick Emme, DENR, presented Recycling Facilities on One-Stop GIS Interactive Map Dashboard02:35:55
Mr. Ron Duvall, DENR, presented Dry Draw Location Notice on One-Stop GIS Interactive Map Dashboard02:40:28
DENR's Legislative Agenda for 2015 - Page 2902:49:23
Representative Hunhoff - question regarding $350,000 one-time funding 02:53:09
Commissioner Zolnowsky, BIT, responded $350,000 will speed up work and support 2 additional FTE02:53:28
Senator Heineman - question if FTE are new and if work will be contracted02:53:56
Senator Parsley - question – will DENR have $350,000 remaining in its budget this year to pay for BIT’s database upgrades02:55:10
Representative Anderson - question how long projects will take to complete on existing budget02:57:11
Senator Heineman - question what will 2 additional BIT FTE do when projects are completed in DENR02:59:57
Announcements03:01:10
Adjourn03:01:40

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