Meet the JRWDD Board of Directors
2013 Board of Directors
James River Water Development District is governed by a nine-member Board of Directors. The directors are elected to represent separate areas within the District. Director areas are allocated solely according to population. The directors serve four-year terms, with staggered elections held every other year in line with the state general election cycle.
2013 Executive Committee
Randy Stanley, Groton – Chairman
Carol Millan, Mitchell – Vice Chair
Randy Grismer, Aberdeen – Secretary
Gary Boomsma, Wolsey - Treasurer
2013 BOARD OF DIRECTOR AREAS AND MAP
74:05:05:16. James River water development district director areas.
The director areas of the James River water development district are as follows:
Randy Grismer representing Aberdeen voting districts 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 7;
Robert Braun representing Aberdeen voting districts 6, 8, 9, 10, and 11; and Aberdeen and Bath townships in Brown County;
Randy Stanley representing the cities of Westport, Columbia, Claremont, Groton, Stratford, Verdon, Frederick, Warner, and Hecla in Brown County; Palmyra, Osceola, Savo, Liberty, Hecla, Portage, Allison, Frederick, Richland, Greenfield, Lansing, North Detroit, Franklyn, Oneota, Brainard, Shelby, South Detroit, Carlisle, Westport, Garland, Columbia, Claremont, Ravinia, Lincoln, Ordway, Cambria, Putney, Riverside, Henry, Groton, Gem, West Hanson, East Hanson, West Rondell,
East Rondell, Garden Prairie, Highland, Mercier, New Hope, Prairiewood, Warner, and Bates townships in Brown County; and all of Marshall County;
Gary Boomsma representing all of Spink and Sanborn Counties; the cities of Broadland, Wessington, Wolsey, Hitchcock, Virgil, Cavour, Iroquois, and Yale in Beadle County; Nance, Bonilla, Altoona, Whiteside, Allen, Broadland, Wessington, Wolsey, Hartland, Sand Creek, Vernon, Dearborn, Bur Oak, Kellogg, Carlyle, Grant, Banner, Barrett, Belle Prairie, Cavour, Clifton, Fairfield, Foster, Iowa, Lake Byron, Liberty, Logan, Milford, Pearl Creek, Pleasant View, Richland, Theresa, and Valley townships in Beadle County.
Leanne Gutormson representing the city of Huron and Clyde and Custer townships in Beadle County;
Dan Koupal representing Mitchell voting districts, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 10, 11, 12, 13, 15, 17, 18, 19, and 20;
Carol Millan representing all of Hanson County, and Davison County except the city of Mitchell; the cities of Plankinton and Stickney in Aurora County; Pleasant Valley, Bristol, Belford, Cooper, Firesteel, Palatine, Plankinton, Hopper, Pleasant Lake, Dudley, and Aurora townships in Aurora County; the cities of Dimock and Parkston in Hutchinson County; and Starr, Cross, Foster, Clayton, Pleasant, Plains, Liberty, Milltown, Susquehanna, and Silver Lake townships in Hutchinson County;
Dan Klimisch representing the Southeast Yankton Unorganized Territory in Yankton County; and Yankton voting districts 2, 3, 4, and 5;
Clinton Bauer representing the cities of Freeman, Tripp, Olivet, and Menno in Hutchinson County; Wolf Creek, Grandview, Kassel, Valley, Molan, Wittenberg, Kulm, German, Sharon, Oak Hollow, Fair, Kaylor, Capital, and Sweet townships in Hutchinson County; and all of Yankton County except the City of Yankton voting districts 2, 3, 4, and 5, and Southeast Yankton Unorganized Territory.
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11 SDR 72, effective November 25, 1984; 13 SDR 129, 13 SDR 141, effective July 1, 1987; 18 SDR 148, effective March 22, 1992; 22 SDR 95, effective January 17, 1996; 28 SDR 123, effective March 11, 2002; 36 SDR 27, effective August 20, 2009; 36 SDR 111, effective January 11, 2010; 38 SDR 9, effective August 4, 2011.
General Authority: SDCL 46A-3C-6.
Law Implemented: SDCL 46A-3B-1 to 46A-3B-3.
Notes: Director Areas 1, 3, 5, 7, 9 expire 12/31/2014
Director Areas 2, 4, 6, 8 expire 12/31/2012
Please click here to view a map of the director areas.