The South Dakota Supreme Court rules that a local government did not owe a duty to an individual class of persons to enforce local ordinances and state historic regulations.
The SDPAA's year in review!
Members received a total of $948,890 in credits last year!
EXCITING NEWS!! SDPAA is venturing into a new age of technology. During the course of 2017, we have been implementing Origami Risk, a governmental risk-sharing pool management information system.
The SDPAA’s website is undergoing upgrades! Coming in November, you will find a fresh new environment, where you can find easy access to the information that we have continued to offer you as well as more up-to-date, useful and entertaining safety and risk management tidbits.
SDPAA does an outstanding job of providing and explaining liability and property coverage. (After a thorough review) of the County's coverages with me, (the SDPAA) was able to save the County a significant amount of money by eliminating double coverage from other companies. If anyone is looking for coverage, the SDPAA does an outstanding job for its Members.Jim Waterbury, Gregory County Auditor