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.... J Thursday, January 1, 2015 N/Warren Town and County News Page Five OFFICIAL PUBLICATION MINUTES OF REGULAR NORWALK CITY COUNCIL MEETING ON 12-18-14 (abridged for publication) Mayor, Tom Phillips, called Norwalk City Council Meeting at Norwalk City Hall, 705 North Avenue, to order at 6:03 R M. Present at roll call:Tom Greteman, Enka Isley, Kyle Jackson and Jaki Livingston (via telephone). Absent: Eric Delker. (RC = roll call vote) 14-314 Motion by Jackson, seconded by Greteman to approve Agenda, as amended to move item 17 (a Resolution releasing an Easement) to immedi- ately follow Public Hearings, carried unanimously by voice vote. 14-315 Motionby Isley, seconded by Jackson to approve Minutes of December 20, 2014 regular council meeting, carried unanimously by voice vote. Consent Included tax abatements; Liquor licenses for China Dragon and 804 Main; Third, and final, reading of Ordinance No. 14-23 amending Code of Ordinances by adding a new district to Chapter 104 relating to Southeast Service Area Benefited district; Third, and final, reading of Ordinance -No. 14-24 amending Chapter 177, by adding a new section for Southeast Ser- vice Area Benefited District; Resolution No. 1218-1 4-123 setting January 8, 2015 as date for Public Hearing on a General Obligation refunding loan (2015B) and Resolution No. 1218-14-124 setting January 8, 2015 as date for Public Hearing on a General Obligation Corporate Purpose bond (2015A); Adoption of comrnRtee appointments for 2015; receipt of November monthly reports and expenditures: BETHANIE LAFFERTY YOGA $309.93 CAPITAL SANITARY SUP BLDG MAINT $788.94 CARPENTER UNIFORM UNIF ALLOW $1,018.83 COMM SOLUTIONS REPAIR $115.00 CONFLUENCE ZONING CODE $2,375.00 CONNER ELECTRIC EQUIP REPAIR $1,331.27 DELAGE LANDEN LEASE $388.51 DES MOINES IRON EQUIP $123.45 DSM WATER WORKS DMWW $28,235.78 DOWNEY TIRE TAHOE CAP EQUIP $512.00 DUAX SNOW REMOVAL SNOW REMOVAL $340.00 ELECTRIC PUMP EQUIPMENT $200.70 ELLIOTT EQUIP EQUIPMENT $183.97 ER APPARATUS MAINT ENGINE 610 $2,486.89 EMS PROF MED SUPPLIES $1,385.15 EXCEL MECH EQUIPMENT $1,397.00 FED EX POSTAGE $18.63 FELD EQUIP EQUIPMENT $21.25 FREEDOM TIRE REPAIR P 128 $1,892.20 GARY WIEDMANN STOP BOXES $3,450.00 Start the day off right! matters GE CAPITAL LEASE $520.00 GREGG YOUNG VEHICLE OPER $1,073.18 HALLETF MATERIALS LIMESTONE $1,156.09 HAWKEYE TRUCK EQUIP EQUIPMENT $104.00 ILLINOIS FIRE STORE OPER SUPPLIES $1,199.25 INDEPEND PUB ADVISOR QUART RETAINER $2,300.00 INDOFF INC SUPPLIES $626.05 IA LAW ENFORCE ACAD EDU/TRAINING $40.00 IOWA LOCK CO REPAIR DRAWER $108.50 IOWA ONE CALL PYMT FOR SERV $397.00 IA TURFGRASS INST REGISTRATION $110.00 IOWA WINDOW SVC BLDG MAINT $85.00 JAMES OIL CO FUEL $16,299.00 KABEL BUSINESS SVCS NOV HRA CKS $3,606.40 KELTEK VEHICLE REPAIR $366.01 KUEHL, NANCY REIMBURSE $159.01 LARUE DIST MTG/CONF $91.28 LASER RESOURCES LEASE $171.69 LIVING MAGAZINE PYMT FOR SVCS $999.00 LUCINDA SPERRY CLASSES $682.00 MARY JANE SHARP CLASSES $668.85 MENARDS SUPPLIES $161.22 MENARDS BLDG MAINT $387.92 METRO WASTE CURB IT $8,517.10 MIDAMERICAN UTILITIES $14,409.67 MIDWEST BREATH AIR TEST $125.00 MURPHY TRACTOR EQUIPMENT $955.85 NATL REC AND PARKS MEMBERSHIP $165.00 N WAR TOWN & CTY PUBLICATION $171.63 NORTHLAND OPER SUPPLIES $418.25 NORWALK READY MIX LIMESTONE $558.00 PITNEY BOWES SUPPLIES $46.74 POHLMEIER CONST SE TRUNK SEW PH 2 $88,055.50 POOLTECH DROP SHIP GASKETS $33.72 PURCHASE POWER POSTAGE REFILL $1,000.00 RED WING SHOE CLOTH ALLOW $254.75 REGISTER MEDIA PUBLICATION $256.49 ROBERT BONANNO MAILBOX $29.33 SCOFFS FOODS SUPPLIES $332.34 SHRED IT SHREDING SVC $45.73 TERMINiX INTL PEST CONTROL $64.00 THRASHER SERVICE PYMT FOR SERF $250.00 U S ERECTORS INFRASTRUCTURE $4,790.00 ZIEGLER iNC. LW LIFTSTATION $417.54 14-316 Motion by Greteman, seconded by Jackson to approve Consent Agenda. RC vote carried unanimously Mayor opened Public Hearing at 6:07 p.m. concerning proposed contract docu- ments (plans, specifications, form of contract and estimated cost) for improve- ments known as NCIS Holly Drive Reconstruction project. Rosien noted no com- ments were received. Mayor closed Public Hearing at 6:08 p.m. Mayor opened Public Hearing at 6:08 p.m. concerning proposed contract docu- 515-223-1150 RO. Box 160 Norwalk, Iowa www.kwlo/.com ,iii like us on Facebook at WATCH DOGS - Norwalk Warren County Meals on Wheels Program ments (plans, specifications, form of contract and estimated cost) for improve- ments known as NCIS Wakonda Drive Resurfacing project. Rosien noted that no comments were received. Mayor closed Public Hearing at 6:09 p.m. 14-317 Motion by Greteman, seconded by Isley to adopt Resolution No. 1218- 14-132 releasing property from easement (bike trail easement - Holland Property under contract to Coppola). RC passed unanimously. 14-318 Motion by Greteman, seconded by Jackson to adopt Resolution No. 1218-14-134 to approve moving forward with planning and fundraising for a dog park in City Park. RC passed unanimously. 14-319 Motion by Greteman, seconded by Jackson to adopt Resolution No: 1218-14-125 finally approving and confirming plans, specifications, form of contract and estimate of cost for Holly Drive Reconstruction NCiS Im- provements project. RC passed unanimously. 14-320 Motion by Jackson, seconded by Greteman to adopt Resolution No. 1218-14-126 awarding contract, in amount of $1,135,659, for Holly Drive Reconstruction NClS Improvements project to MPS Engineers PC. RC passed unanimously. 14-321 Motion by Greteman, seconded by Jackson to adopt Resolution No. 1218-14-127 approving contact and performance and/or payment bonds for Holly Drive Reconstruction NCIS Improvements project. RC passed unani- mously. 14-322 Motion by Greteman, seconded by Jackson to adopt Resolution No. 1218-14-128 finally approving and confirming plans, specifications, form of contract and estimate of cost for Wakonda Drive Resurfacing NClS Im- provements project. RC passed unanimously. Livingston left meeting. 14-323 Motion by Jackson, seconded by Greteman to adopt Resolution No. 1218-1 4-129 awarding contract, in amount of $1,849,185, for Wakonda Drive Resurfecing NClS Improvements project to TK Concrete, Inc. with amend- ment to show company from Pella. RC passed unanimously. 14-324 Motion by Isley, seconded by Greteman to adopt Resolution No. 1218- 14-130 approving contact and performance and/or payment bonds for Wakonda Drive Resurfacing NClS Improvements project. RC passed unani- mously. Livingston re-joined meeting. 14-325 Motion by Jackson, seconded by Isley to adopt Resolution No. 1218- 14-131 approving an amhitectural agreement for review of design and prepa- ration of bid documents for replacement of roof at library to FEH Associ- ates, Inc. in an amount not to exceed $15,000. RC passed unanimously. Livingston left meeting. 14-326 Motion by Greteman, seconded by Isley to remove consideration of a citizens request from table RC passed unanimously. 14-327 Motion by Greteman, seconded by Isley to adopt Resolution No. 1218- 14-133 approving removal of sidewalk on south side of Elm Avenue be- tween main street and Center Street. RC passed unanimously. Livingston re-joined meeting. 14-328 Motion by Greteman seconded by Isley to adjourn meeting at 6:40 p.m. carried unanimously by voice vote Tom Phillips, Mayor Jeff Rosien, City Clerk Following is the meal plan for the month of January for those participating in the congregate meal site located in Martensdale and also for those who have home delivered meals. For more information, contact Vicki White, Program Manager, Warren County Nutrition, 515-961-1003. Phone number for the Martensdale meal site is 641-764-2736. Martensdale Meal Site .......... z .................... ......... S41-TS4-2T3S Q ..... s 6 Meatball Sandwich Clam Chowder Peas 1t2 Egg Salad sandvfich Buttered Corn SPinach Sa!ad Peaches Mandarin _O.nges chocolate Chip Ba[ . Hot SId.P!.es. .......... 12 wl Ma;hed Potatoes & Gravy M f,x!ca0_RiFe . Garden MIx_,ed v egetab!es .. Fiesta ............. Corn Fruit Cocktail 1/2 Banana 7 Macaroni & Cheese w/ Beets Fruit Cocktail Plums 8 BBQ Chicken 19 COOK'S CHO|CE 9 Roa Beef Sweet Potatoes . Brussels sprouts Strawberries & Bananas Orange Sli 13 Chien Enhiiada Bake 14 Ha mbu.Lge[n a Bun ..': Baked Beans - Rg....r " Gelatin 2t Meatloaf Fried Potato w! On,on ._. Banana Brownie Apr!t ................ __sP!cP ..lr_ .. Cornbread 15 16 ' . "H".&.B.'.'e@nSou p ' Po.ehopw('BrownGra Dutchess Potatoes Splna(ih ............. Peaches Apple 22 23 ' Oven Fried Chicken Baked Fish Sandwich Mashe. d Potatoes " w/Gravy L|ma Beans Tropical Fruit Snfckerdoodte 2O Spaghetti w/Meat 8auc e Peas Gadte Bread Uan!_adn Oranges P!.neapple 27 Salad wtGdtled Chicken Baked Potato 1/2 Banana Cab"heal Cookie Breadstk Sliced Beets Scalloped Corn_ Pears Strawberdee 3O Brocol! Ch: Soup 1/2 Ham Salad Sandwich Carrots g Fruitp.otsCocai! ........ 28 Roast Turkey Candied Sweet Potatoes Spinach Pears Chocolate Chip Cookie 29 Chicken & Rice Casserole Asparagus Peaches in Gelatin ..... 0ranges slic_ .... Tomato Juice 26 COOK'S CHOICE 8tephanie Labe., RD, LD *Salt shaker indicates meals that are above 800 mg of sodium. *Milk offered with all meals. All meals meet 1/3 of the Recommended Dietary Allowances (RDA) for o,'der adults. Contact Aging Resources of Central Iowa at 515-255-t310 for specific nutritional information. .-..,,:: :.- :" The sex of crocodiles is determined by the tern- perature of the eggs or how deep the mother buries them in the mud. f all the dd's water were fit into a gallon jug, the fresh water available for us to use would equal only about one tablespoon. Call 911 for emergencies ! LIBRARY HOURS Monday - Thursday 10 a.m. - 8 p.m. Friday & Saturday 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Sunda3; 1 - 5 p.m. Closed Sundays (Memorial Day-Labor Day) 7