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Mr. Dave Pippin

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Background

Employment History

  • Commissioner
    VALLEY COUNTY AIRPORT
  • Local CTEP Program Administrator
    VALLEY COUNTY AIRPORT
  • Commissioner
  • Chief Deputy
    Sheriff's Office
  • Permanent Part-Time Dispatcher
    Sheriff's Office
  • Chief Deputy
    Ripley County Sheriff's Department
  • Captain
    Ripley County Sheriff's Department
  • Detective
    Ripley County Sheriff's Department
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Web References
Valley County Home Page
www.valleycountymt.net, 5 Oct 2014 [cached]
David Pippin
Commissioner Pippin was in ...
www.valleycountymt.net, 1 Sept 2011 [cached]
Commissioner Pippin was in the office in the morning.
Commissioner Pippin attended a meeting at the Fish Wildlife and Parks office regarding a possible fishing access in the Hinsdale City Park along the Milk River.
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The Board of County Commissioners met in regular session in the office of the Commissioners with members David L. Pippin and David Reinhardt and Recording Secretary Joanne Strommen present.
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Chairman Peterson was out of town today for medical reasons and Commissioner Pippin will be Acting Chairman in his absence.
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Commissioner Pippin informed the Board that an elderly gentleman from Prairie Ridge had fallen down on Saturday and was wondering around outside the Annex Building before someone found him. He said he did not believe there was any sort of liability issue involved.
René Clampitt, Planner/Dispatch Supervisor, and Bob Steele, Maintenance Supervisor, visited with Commissioner Pippin about a problem with the generator for the Detention Center.
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A motion was made by Commissioner Reinhardt, seconded by Commissioner Pippin and carried unanimously to approve the minutes for the month of November, 2011.
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The Board of County Commissioners met in regular session in the office of the Commissioners with Chairman Bruce H. Peterson, members David L. Pippin and David Reinhardt and Recording Secretary Joanne Strommen present.
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Vaughn Anderson, DJ&A, Engineers, dropped off his Qualifications for the Sunny Hills Suburban Water Users Water System Improvement Project and visited with Commissioner Pippin.
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Commissioner Pippin said that there is no budget set to replace an entire bridge because that is not anticipated, regular repair keeps the bridges in good shape.
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Commissioner Pippin said that the group is in here to see what the County is planning on doing with the Canal Road Bridge and the Commissioners have to get the hydrology study done on that bridge and sent to FEMA to get a decision from them on what funds they will provide for this project and how much money the County will have to come up with. He said once FEMA gives the County a decision then the Commissioners can decide what they will do with that bridge. Discussion followed.
Commissioner Pippin said that there was some discussion about a low water crossing in place of the bridge and they were concerned of the liability that would go along with that.
Commissioner Pippin said that he understands that they are all passionate about having their bridge and he agrees with that. He said he thought FEMA would agree that there needs to be a larger bridge replaced on the Canal Road.
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The Board of County Commissioners met in regular session in the office of the Commissioners with Chairman Bruce H. Peterson, member David L. Pippin and Recording Secretary Joanne Strommen present.
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Commissioner Pippin left to deliver the Extension Form for the Seiler Project to the DNRC office.
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The Board of County Commissioners met in regular session in the office of the Commissioners with Chairman Bruce H. Peterson, members David L. Pippin and David Reinhardt and Recording Secretary Joanne Strommen present.
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The motion was seconded by Commissioner Pippin and passed unanimously.
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A motion was made by Commissioner Pippin authorizing the Sheriff to purchase a used Expedition, with no more than 10,000 miles, at a cost of no more than $30,000 and will be paid out of Local Option Tax funds.
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A motion was made by Commissioner Pippin, seconded by Commissioner Reinhardt and passed unanimously to adopt Resolution No. 26-2011-Establishing a Fire Season;
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Lynne Nyquist, Clerk David L. Pippin, Member
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Commissioner Pippin said that this Resolution is set by the Sheriff and not by the Fire Warden.
A motion was made by Commissioner Reinhardt, seconded by Commissioner Pippin and passed unanimously to adopt Resolution No. 27-2011-Establishing a Daily Rate for Incarceration;
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Lynne Nyquist, Clerk David L. Pippin, Member
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A motion was made by Commissioner Pippin, seconded by Commissioner Reinhardt and passed unanimously to adopt Resolution No. 28-2011-Establishing Fees for Services Provided By the Sheriff;
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Lynne Nyquist, Clerk David L. Pippin, Member
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A motion was made by Commissioner Reinhardt, seconded by Commissioner Pippin and passed unanimously to adopt Resolution No. 29-2011-Setting Commissioner Meeting Dates and Establishing Office Hours;
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Lynne Nyquist, Clerk David L. Pippin, Member
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Commissioner Pippin said that he would like the Commissioners to maybe consider in the future doing as some other counties do by having a Commissioner in the office on Thursday and Fridays.
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The motion was seconded by Commissioner Pippin and passed.
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Commissioner Pippin said he spoke with the Sheriff and he was happy with the new form that will identify where the equipment will be going and to what department.
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The motion was seconded by Commissioner Pippin and passed unanimously.
A memo will be sent to the Fair Commission informing them of this decision.
A motion was made by Commissioner Pippin, seconded by Commissioner Reinhardt and passed unanimously to sign the Valley County Treasurer's Report for the month ending November 30, 2011.
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Commissioner Pippin said he spoke with, or left a message, with each member of the FW&P Commission. None of the FW&P members disagreed with him. He said that the Commission told him they were going to give the Tribes the bison with the stipulation that 25% of the annual calf crop will go back to the FW&P. Discussion followed.
Commissioner Pippin said he told them that he was not against the relocation of the bison he just wanted Valley County included in the decisions they make. Discussion followed.
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Commissioner Pippin said that he went to a meeting at the FW&P and they said they were ready for the bison to be relocated and was told that they currently have a five foot, wildlife friendly fence. He said the plan states that a seven foot fence will be required to hold the bison. The FW&P Commission said that the fence still has to be built. He said that someone will have to fund the cost of putting the fence in and it is yet to be done. Discussion followed.
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Commissioner Pippin said that he believes that if there is any claim disputed by any of the Commissioners it needs to be put on the agenda for a decision.
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A motion was made by Commissioner Reinhardt, seconded by Commissioner Pippin to adopt Resolution #30-2011 - Budget Increase for Sunny Hills Water Users Grant;
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Lynne Nyquist, Clerk David L. Pippin, Member
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Commissioner Pippin said that he wanted the Board to know that has kept the Sunny Hills Subdivision members involved and let them handle everything because the County offices should not have to do the work for this grant.
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Commissioner Pippin called for question and the motion passed unanimously.
A motion was made by Commissioner Pippin authorizing the Chairman to execute an Application and Permit to Use Right-of-Way No. 552, between Valley County and Jesse and Karly Lacock, for the construction of an approach located on the Northwest Quarter, Section 21, Township 30N, Range 37E on Montfort Road.
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Commissioner Pippin left the office.
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The Board of County Commissioners met in regular session in the office of the Commissioners with Chairman Bruce H. Peterson, members David L. Pippin and David Reinhardt and Recording Secretary Joanne Strommen present.
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Commissioner Pippin and Commissioner Reinhardt joined the meeting.
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2011. The motion was seconded by Commissioner Pippin and passed unanimously.
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Lynne Nyquist, Valley County Clerk and Recorder, visited with Commissioner Pippin about the office lease for the Montana Department of Public Assistance.
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Commissioner Pippin and Commissioner Reinhardt left the office to attend the Council on Aging Christmas lunch and party.
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Commissioner Pippin attended the CMR NWR Community Working Group meeting held at the Interpretative Center today.
DECEMBER 16, 2011
Commissioner Pippin was the office in the morning.
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Commissioner Reinhardt and Commissioner Pippin attended the Holiday Luncheon at noon.
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Commissioner Reinhardt and Commis
Valley County Commissioner Dave ...
www.glasgowcourier.com, 17 July 2014 [cached]
Valley County Commissioner Dave Pippin attended on Monday with others from the Hi-Line and said that around 150 people attended, along with media representatives. Pippin explained that a lot of discussion focused on free roaming versus contained bison and the difference between grass fed beef and bison.
Pippin said about 30 commenters spoke about the bison, with around 60 percent against and 40 percent for free-roaming bison. He also said that many of those pro-bison speakers were from environmentalist groups who thought adding free-roaming bison would be a step in the right direction.
The agenda included about an hour of discussion on what would take place during the meeting, and provided two hours of discussion for the public to provide input on alternatives.
Pippin spoke up about Charles M. Russell (CMR) land containing 84,000 cattle in 1984, a total which dropped drastically to only 18,000 cattle by 2010.
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Pippin also said the discussion of genetically pure bison, free roaming and intermingling with cattle, would not help with efforts to keep the breed pure - so the group needed to focus more on what was acceptable to keep the bison pure.
He said he was also surprised that he didn't hear or see any tribal representatives on the board.
Airport & Refuse Board
www.valleycountymt.net, 24 July 2014 [cached]
COMMISSIONER DAVE PIPPIN. SECRETARY: DORA-JEAN BEIL
Information released today by the Indiana ...
www.wikiradiofm.com, 19 Dec 2013 [cached]
Information released today by the Indiana State Police advised David Pippin, Chief Deputy with the Sheriff's Office, has been arrested for Acquiring a Controlled Substance by Deceit, Class D Felony. He turned himself immediately into the Ripley County Jail after being notified there had been a warrant issued in this investigation today. He posted bond for $1050.00 and was released. The Sheriff announced Pippin will be placed on administrative leave with pay, pending an internal investigation/review.
The Sheriff noted, "It is unfortunate this incident has come to light. I am somewhat shocked about this since I just drug tested myself, and all my employees including David, in September of this year through the Health Dept. David passed a 12 panel drug screen. The commissioners were clear we drug tested all our employees at a commissioner's meeting, since I requested all the county employees and elected officials be tested, according the commissioners new policy. I don't think they have completed that request yet."
Pippin's personnel file contains no disciplinary actions since his affiliation began in 1995 with the Sheriff's Office. He has been Chief Deputy for 11 years.
While Pippin has been arrested, this incident has no bearing on the operation of the Sheriff's Office.
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I am not condoning David Pippin's alleged behavior, or anyone else's improper behavior.
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