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Page Ten N/Warren Town and County News Thursday, January 2, 2014 OFFICIAL PUBLICATION MINUTES OFTHE REGULAR NORWALK CITY COUNCIL MEETING ON 12-19-13 (abridged for publication) Mayor Pierce called the meeting, held at 705 North Avenue, to order at 6:52 P.M. Those present at roll call were Kyle Jackson, Eric Delker, Mike Lato and Jamie Sylvester. Absent: Dave Murillo. (RC = roll call vote) 13-283 Motion by Delker and seconded by Jackson to approve the Agenda as amended to include a redacted Resolution approving the Loffredo Fresh Pro- duce development agreement carried unanimously by voice vote. The Public Hearing notice i n relation to the development agreement must be published and rescheduled for a special council meeting on Friday, December 27, 2013. Public comment may be made tonight along with approval of the proposed redacted Resolution to sponsor an IEDA grant application contingent upon the approval of the proposed development agreement after publication and hearing. 13-284 Motion by Leto and seconded by Delker to approve the Minutes of the December 5, 2013 Regular Council meeting was carried unanimously by voice vote. The business portion of the meeting was opened, Consent Included were tax abatements; monthly rep()rts and November treasurer's report and expenditures: ADVENTURES IN ADVERT CLOTH ALLOW $976.68 AHLERS & COONEY LABOR EMPLOY $2,121.00 ANN CAMPBELL REFUND $28.75 ARLENE JONIAK REFUND $19.55 BOBS TROPHIES "SERVICE AWARDS $155.35 BROOK BYARS CLASSES $630.00 CAP SAN SUPPLIES SUPPLIES $902.12 CARPENTER UNIFORM CLOTH ALLOW $1,139.93 CITY LAUNDERING BLDG MAINT $88.08 CITY OF WDS PROF FEES $200.00 CONSOLID FLEET SVC EQUIPMENT $943.00 CONST & AGGREGATE EQUIPMENT $130.92 DMS WATER WORKS TOWER MAINT $27,771.48 DORSEY & WHITNEY . CONSULT FEES $5,315.42 DUKES ROOT CONTROL PROF FEES $8,485.83 EAGLE ENGRAVING SUPPLIES $20.85 ER APPARATUS MAINTE VEH REPAIR $2,328.05 EMS PROFESSIONALS EQUIPMENT $1,030.00 FAREWAY WELLNESS $42.19 G & L CLOTHING CLOTH ALLOW $448.93 GE CAPITAL RENT/LEASE $520.00 HOLMES CHEV VEH REPAIR $134.90 HYDRO KLEAN SAN SEW LINES $2,771.50 INDOFF SUPPLIES $162.21 INTL ECONOMIC DEV MBERSHIP DUES $345.00 IA FIRE EQUIP EQUIPMENT $533.50 IOWA FIREFIGHTER MEMBERSHIPS $374.00 IOWA PARK AND REC MEMBERSHIP $290.00 IOWA PRISON INDUST SUPPLIES $1,286.10 IOWA RADIOLOGY PHYSICAL $36.00 IOWA STATE UNIVERSITY EDU/TRAINING $30.00 JP COOKE DOG TAGS 2014 $121.90 KABEL BUSINESS SVCS HRA CKS $3,717.28 KUEHL, NANCY REIMBURSE $83.88 LARUE DIST MTG/CONF $45.99 LINDA SHEARER REFUND $17.00 LIVING MAGAZINE PUBLICATIONS $900.00 MARGARET GUTHRIE REFUND $17.00 MCCLURE ENG GRADING $68,810.00 MCLAUGHLIN INTL SUPPLIES $991.67 MEDICAP PHARMACY SUPPLIES $114.29 MENARDS SUPPLIES $153.95 MERCY SCHOOL OF ER CONSULT FEES $100.00 METRO WASTE AUTHORITY TOTES $26,034.61 MID IA SOLIDWASTE EQUIP SWEEPER PARTS $,321.99 MIDWEST BREATHING AIR EQUIPMENT $122.60 MIDWEST WHEEL VEH REPAIR $125.60 MUNICIPAL SUPPLY SUPPLIES $869.95 NEWTON MFG OPER SUPPLIES $814.42 N WAR TOWN & cry FINANCIAL REPORT $196.95 NORWALK FIRE DEPT PHYSICAL $0.00 OVERHEAD DOOR BLDG MAINT $160.00 PR'OF DEVELOPERS ASSOC DUES $310.00 REGISTER MEDIA PUBLICATIONS $111.52 SAM'S CLUB SAM'S CLUB $17.77 SCO'I-FS FOODS SUPPLIES $271.37 SHRED IT BLDG MAINT $47.67 TERMINIX BLDG MAINT $82.00 TG TECH SVCS EQUIPMENT $120.00 THE UNDERGROUND HYDRANT METER $950.00 THOMAS PLUMBING REPAIR $1,040.00 TOMPKINS INDUSTRIES VEH REPAIR $7.86 TRANS IA EQUIP EQUIP ROVVERX $66,071.00 TRANSWORLD SYSTEMS COLLECTION $70.50 TRUE VALUE WDS EQUIPMENT $28.43 ULTRAMAX SUPPLIES $2,793.00 UNITY POINT PROF FEES $8.70 UPBEAT INC POOL EQUIP $8,253.22 US BANK EQUIP EQUIPMENT $4,356.16 WARREN CO AUDITOR 2013 CITY ELECTION $5,308.72 WATERS EDGE AQUATIC AQUATIC CENTER $8,032.67 ZlEGLER VEHICLE OPER $37.90 13-285 Motion by Jackson and seconded by Delker to approve the Consent Agenda was carried unanimously by voice vote. 13-286 Motion by Delker and seconded by Leto to adopt Resolution 1219-13- 88 rescinding a 28E Agreement with Warren County adopted on august 15, 2013 and approving an economic development grant agreement between the City and Warren County. RC passed unanimously. 13-287 Motion by Delker and seconded by Sylvester to adopt renamed Resolu- tion 1219-13-87 determining that the City will serve as the sponsor to Loffredo for an IEDA application. RC passed unanimously 13-288 Motion by Sylvester and seconded by Delker setting Friday, December 27, 2013 at 7:30 a.m. as the new date of Public Hearing for the Loffl'edo development agreement and approval of the proposed Resolution on the Loffredo development agreement. RC passed unanimously, 13-289 Motion by Delker and seconded by Leto to adopt Resolution 1219-13- 89 authorizing the execution of a Memorandum of Agreement with Loffredo Holdings, LLC and fixing January 16, 2014 as the date for a hearing on the proposed issuance of Manufacturing Facilities Revenue bonds (Loffredo Holdings Project), Series 2014 in one or more series. RC passed unani- mously. 13-290 Motion by Delker and seconded by Jackson to adopt Resolution 1219- 13-90 approving an Engineering Agreement for a Regional Storm Water Detention Feasibility Study. RC passed unanimously. 13-291 Motion by Delker and seconded by Leto to adopt Resolution 1219-13- 91 approving Preliminary Legacy commercial Plat 5. RC passed. Sylvester voted against. 13-292 Motion by Leto and seconded by Delker to adopt Resolution 1219-13- 92 approving site plan for Highway 28 Farm facility. RC passed unanimously. 13-293 Motion by Leto and seconded by Jackson to adopt Resolution 1219-13- 93 approving request to issue Request for Qualifications (RFQ) for profes- aional engineering services. RC passed unanimously. 13-294 Motion by Delker and seconded by Leto to adopt Resolution 1219-13- 94 approving an engineering Agreement for the Southeast Trunk Sewer Phase 2. RC passed unanimously. Mayor Pierce welcomed those guests present, The meeting was opened for public comments, Bob Bonnano, 1139 Pinehurst Circle, mailbox has been hit twice. He has been given conflicting information from the city and from the post office and asks for assistance in resolving whe-e the mailbox should be located. 13-295 Motion by Delker and seconded by Jackson to adjourn the meeting at 7:45 P.M. Voice vote carried unanimously. Doug Pierce, Mayor Jeff Rosien, City Clerk / Finance Officer CLASSIFIEDS ALL classified advertising is 20 cents a word with a $3.50 minimum AND payable in advance of publication. Bring your ad to the office and pay for the ad at that time. We reserve the right to accept or refuse any or all advertising. Publisher reserves the right to cancel any advertisement at any time. "Happy Ads" and "Thank Yous" are $2. DEADLINE IS NOON ON FRIDAY! thank you Thank you to the Fellow- ship Community Church for the display of the beau- tiful Christmas lights. We love Norwalk, next to the largest city in the state!! Helen Stiffler" .................................. A special thanks to Chair- person Sharon Burns for organizing and calling nu- merous times. Mary Cain, thank you for your assis- tance with the call efforts. Lions, friends, family and community who trudged out on a dreary night and donated or tried, THANK YOU. Your "service" is greatly appreciated by many!!! Canteen workers: Sharon Burns, Mary and Jim Cain, Andrea Johnson, Vicki Logue and Linda Bussanmas. Thank for vol- unteering! Homemade goodies were delightful!! A big thank you to Jerry Mc- Neley, Andrea Johnson, Mary Cain, Linda Echelm- eyer, Joann Chapman, V!c- ki Dagenais, Connie Gar- rison, Sharon Burns and Linda Bussanmast Next Blood Drive is February 20! Please give if you can. Merry Christmas and Hap- py New Year! Norwalk Li- ons look forward to work- ing with you in "2014" sew- ing those in need and in our community! Please mark your calendar and plan to attend: Shrimp/Lob- ster/Steak-Dinner/Raffle and Dance, February 22. Event is held at St. Johns. Watch for information in the North Warren Town & County News, flyers around town or ask a Lion member. Linda Bussanms, Treasurer Norwalk Lions Club .................................. employment Utility Worker/City Driver. Fantastic Benefits! Great Pay, Vacation/Holidays, 401K w/6% match! CDL-A, 2yrs Exp. ADM Trucking 855-349-4162. .................................. Drivers - NOW HIRING REGIONAL OTR & OWN- ER OPERATORS! Com- pany drivers average $.46 CPM (loaded/empty). Ac- cessorial Pay, Consistent Miles, Safety Bonus, Paid Vacation, Home Every Week, No Hazmat, Excel- lent Benefits. CDL-A reqd. OWNER OPERATORS ASK ABOUT OUR NEW PAY PACKAGE. Call today! 800-362-3137 ext 5. .................................. Drivers: Flatbed. Newer Equipment W/APU. New Pay Increase w/Consistent Miles. Great Benefit Pack- age. Extra Stop Pay. Con- sistent Home Time. CDL- A, 25 yoa & 2 yrs recent OTR exp. 855-219-5996. ................................... for sale Norwalk Warrior Spirit- wear-Shop online at MyJJDesigns.com or call 953-6306. , .................................. for lease Office space to lease at 1225 Sunset Dr., lower lev- el of Lane Insurance. Space is 780 square ft. Please contact Mike Lane at 981-4614, .................................. for rent Norwalk 2 BR brick 4 plex, hardwood floors, heat, wa- ter, sewer, garbage paid. 515-314-1551 or 515-221 - 9300. .................................. services The Repair Shop, "any- thing with an engine:' Au- tomobile, heavy truck, in- dustrial, agricultural and small engines. Call Mike 515-850-1088. .................................. Seamstress can do alter- ations, work with lycra fab- ric, sequins, beading and custom costumes. Call Lynne at 285-0604. .................................. 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