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534 State Brand Board The effect of the rules will be an increase in brand program fees, set a brand application fee, and set the fee for brand inspections requested outside the brand inspection area, not to exceed $1.00/head. The brand program fees are for registrations, transfers, renewals, duplicate certificates, and a brand application fee.
571 68:02 Board of Economic Development The effect of the amendments will be to authorize the Board of Economic Development to make loans from the Revolving Economic Development and Initiative Fund for the construction and refurbishment of multi-family housing. The amendments will allow for the amortization of loans for multi-family housing for a term of up to 30 years. The proposal also includes the repeal of a transitional rule adopted in 2007 which is not obsolete.
591 Division of Labor and Management These rules will update references on relative values and allow a party to have a case dismissed for lack of prosecution without prejudice.
599 Administrative Rules Changes for State Board of Elections 05:02:03:21, 05:02:04:06, 05:02:08:00, 05:02:08:07, 05:02:08:08, 05:02:08:09, 05:02:08:11, 05:02:08:20, 05:02:08:24, 05:02:08:25, 05:02:08:26, 05:02:08:27, 05:02:08:28, 05:02:08:34, 05:02:08:35, 05:02:08:36, 05:02:08:42, 05:02:09:01.03, 05:02:09:02, 05:02:09:16, 05:02:10:01, 05:02:10:04, and 05:02:10:05 The effect of the rules will be to update certain nominating petitions to provide consistency to address and date formats, revise petition forms for statewide initiated measure, constitutional amendment, and referendum petitions to include a circulator identification number for paid circulators, repeal rule and references to direct recording electronic voting machines, revise requirements for voter registration affidavits, clarify the allowable format for recapitulation sheets, update the standards used for approval of automatic tabulating systems, and revise the process for acceptance of petitions for municipal elections. These changes would also update the absentee ballot application form, absentee ballot instructions, and absentee ballot return envelope with a delayed implementation date of December 1, 2020.
619 Administrative Rule Change for the Athletic Commission The rules reduce the percentage of gross revenue from an event used to determine the final contest fee from certain events and cap the event fee. The rules also make rules concerning mixed martial arts consistent with the unified rules of mixed martial arts.
624 Proposed Rules of the South Dakota Banking Commission. ARSD 20:07:06:01.02 The effect of the proposed rule is to abate the examination fee assessed to state-chartered banks for the June 2021 semiannual examination fee assessment period. ARSD 20:07:06:02 The effect of the proposed rule is to provide additional flexibility in the process of sending notice to state-chartered banks for future fees owed by each bank.
636 Improve and update existing rule language pertaining to: confidentiality, rate filing, energy facility plans, siting rules, local exchange competition, telecom services, pipeline safety, and stray voltage Areas identified as unclear, outdated, or otherwise in need of cleanup.
638 20:16:17:38, 20:16:17:39, 20:16:18:38, 20:16:18:39, 20:16:19:40, 20:16:19:41, 62:01:02:10, 62:01:03:02.01, 62:01:08:03, 62:03:05:04, 62:03:05:06, and 62:04:03:02 The effect of the rules will be to update rules to correspond with the changes resulting from passage of House Bill 1030 of the 2021 Legislative Session relating to required minimum distributions consistent with IRC §401(a)(9), to clarify certification requirements when a retired member is reemployed, to update language relating to the maximum annual retirement benefit consistent with statutory changes, to revise the process for unforeseeable emergency distributions, and to repeal obsolete language and provisions.
653 Proposed revisions to administrative rules §§ 20:01:02:01, 20:01:02:02, 20:01:02:03, 20:01:06:07, 20:01:07:02, 20:01:08:06, 20:15:06:01, 61:23:01:04, 61:25:01:01, 61:25:04:03, 61:25:04:18, 67:55:01:05, 67:55:04:03, 67:55:04:08, 67:55:04:09.01, and 67:55:04:12 The effect of the rules will be to adopt the 2020 edition of the National Institute of Stand-ards and Technology, to make revisions for testing liquid petroleum gas meters, to adopt the 2020 edition of the Annual Book of the American Society for Testing and Materials Standards, to adopt the 2021 edition of the Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance handbook, to update the adoption date to parts of 49 C.F.R., to establish entry-level driver training requirements to obtain a commercial driver’s license, and to expand circumstances for compensation for victims of crime.
656 July Finalizations 2021 Rules that will be finalized at July GFP Commission Meeting.
667 Gaming Rules Amend and Adopt gaming Rules. GAMING RULES: 20:18:16:15.23, 20:18:35:01, 20:18:35:18, 20:18:35.01:03, 20:18:35.01:12, 20:18:35.02:05, 20:18:35.02:05.01, 20:18:36:18, 20:18:36:27, 20:18:36:27.01, 20:18:36:36
668 Administrative Rules Changes for State Board of Elections §§ 05:02:03:28, 05:02:03:29 and 05:02:07:06. The effect of the rules will be to adopt forms and processes relating to the implementation of the secured active voter registration designation. This designation is the result of the passage of Senate Bill 102 during the 2021 Legislative Session, which will protect voter registration information for certain voters. The proposed rules will also update the Certificate of Nomination to Fill Vacancy per the passage of Senate Bill 145. The reason for adopting the proposed rules is to comply with the passage of recent legislation.
669 September Finalizations 2021 Rules Related to September Finalization
670 South Dakota Board of Certified Professional Midwives Update the general authority for administrative rules for licensing as it related to complaints and disciplinary hearings.
671 Rules Packet for the Board of Technical Professions Repeals chapter on disciplinary proceedings. Updates use of abbreviations throughout article.
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