Town Board Vice President Derek Flom, center, and Board Trustee Dakota Fosheim, right, accept a plaque from Brad Wilson, South Dakota Municipal League workers’ compensation fund administrator.

City of Midland honored by S.D. Municipal League

The city of Midland was honored for 30 years of membership with the South Dakota Municipal League Workers’ Compensation Fund.
The fund is celebrating its 30-year anniversary by recognizing long-term loyal members. The honor was presented to Midland attendees Derek Flom, Midland town board vice president, and Dakota Fosheim, board trustee during the annual SDML conference, March 4, this year held in Murdo. 
The fund was created in 1987 as a method of providing workers’ compensation coverage for employees of local government entities in South Dakota. During its longevity, it has provided competitive rates, outstanding customer service and a strong safety and loss control program to the now 438 members.
The pool is governed by a nine member board of trustees chaired by Karl Alberts, finance officer for the city of Aberdeen. “Our focus has been to provide stable rates to our members. The affordability aspect of the pool over the last 30 years has enabled our members to use the money saved to fund other areas of their budget,’’ said Alberts.
The fund is a nonassessable risk sharing pool available to municipalities, counties, townships, conservation districts and other special districts throughout South Dakota. It is endorsed by the South Dakota Municipal League and the South Dakota Association of County Commissioners.

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