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Thursday, January 3, 2019 N/Warren Town and County News Page Nine OFFICIAL PUBLICATION ABRIDGED MINUTES OF THE NORWALK REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING ON 12-20-2018 (Minutes to be approved at the January 3, 2019 meeting) MayorTom Phillips called the City Council meeting to order at 6:00 PM. Present at roll call: David Lester, Brian Baker, Stephanie Riva, Ed Kuhl, and Jaki Livingston. Absent: None (RC 2 roll call vote) Staff present included: Luke Parris, Community Development Director, Wayne Schwartz, Public Works Director, Ryan Coburn, Fire Chief; Nancy Kuehl, Park Recreation Director, Hollie Askey, Economic De *Iopment Director, Jean Furler, Finance Director, Greg Staples. Police Chief, Kerri Keyte, HR/Accounting Specialist, Luke Nelson, City Manager; Jim Dougherty, City Attorney. Motion by Baker, seconded by Riva to approve the agenda, carried unanimously voice vote. Welcome of guests public comment Dedicated Work Session North Shore Discussion Hollie Askey, Economic Development Director, John Danos, Norwalk Bond Counsel, Michael Blaser, Brown Winick Attorneys, Steve Gillotti, Road Contractors Representative; discussed and presented a concept for North Shore. Presentations Nomalk High School Physical Education Center Presentation by Jaki Livingston and Tammy Randall. Motion by Riva, seconded by Kuhl to approve the Minutes of the December 6, 2018 regular City Council meeting, carried unanimously, voice vote. Motion by Kuhl, seconded by Livingston to approve the consent agenda which included tax abatements; Renewal Class “E”-Liquor License with Class “B” Native Wine Permit, Class “C” Beer Permit and Sunday Sales for Casey’s General Store - 500 North Ave.; Resolution 18245 setting January 17, 2019 for a Public Hearing for the Library HVAC System; Resolution 18246 approving Right'of-Way Easements along the south side of Beardsley Street, east of Iowa Highway 28; Resolution 18247 authorizing an Advertising Agreement with Big Green Umbrella Media; Resolution 18248 officially naming Publications for the City of Norwalk for 2019; Resolution 18249 setting the schedule and location of Norwalk City Council Meetings; Resolution 18250 approving final Commercial Grant Program payment to John Dougherty (804 Main) in the amount of $14,782.43; Resolution 18251 authorizing the City of Norwalk to submit an application for Trees Pleasel, MidAmerican Energy's Tree-Planting Program; Resolution 18252 authorizing the City Clerk to Implement and Submit Title VI Programs and Documents to the Iowa Department of Transportation; and expenditures, carried unanimously, RC. Payee Description Amount PRINCIPAL INS QTRLY PREMIUM SIEBERT CONVERSION 356.80 ABT MAILCOM UTILITY BILL PROCESSING MAILING 1,941.22 AMAZON , BOOKS 6.79 AMAZON CAPITAL SERVICES CONNECTORS 304.32 ANKENY SANITATION EMPTY/RETURN 20 YD FLAT 245.76 BAKER TAYLOR INC BOOKS 244.38 BARCO MUNICIPAL PRODUCTS ROAD WORK SIGNS 1,090.67 BOWEN DESIGN LLC COUNCIL CHAMBERS QUOTE 100.00 BRENTON SKATING PLAZA ADVENTURE PASS 75.00 BROAD REACH BOOKS 53.85 BROWN EQUIPMENT BYRON SMITH CAPITAL CITY FRUIT POST DRIVER, CHUCK CAP 3,165.00 ILL POSTAGE REIMBURSEMENT 24.39 FRUIT WELLNESS COMMITTEE 31.00 CAPITAL SANITARY SUPPLIES CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES 580.97 CAPPEL‘S ACE HARDWARE CAP HOSE BRASS 2,002.76 CENTRAL IOWA MECHANICAL LIBRARY AIR-SERVICE CALL 202.00 CERTIFIED POWER INC ; PARTS FOR #1041 DUMP TRK. 20.31 CHRISTINE UMBENOWER DOG LICENSE OVERPAYMENT REFUND 10.00 CINTAS BATHROOM CLEANING 158.90 CITY OF DES MOINES JAN 2019 WRA PAYMENT 104,732.90 CITY SUPPLY CORPORATION BUILDING MAINTENANCE 207.85 CORE MAIN HYMAX CLAMP 471.50 CREATIVE PRODUCT SOURCING DARE SUPPLIES 391.55 CUSTOM ELECTRICAL SERVICES WARRIOR PARK TRENCHING & ELECTRICAL 9,180.00 DEANNA SCHULZ MILEAGE REIMBURSEMENT 126.40 DEMCO SUPPLIES 978.74 DES MOINES IRON STEEL FOR BRINE TANK 403.04 DES MOINES REGISTER DAILY AT CITY HALL 39.00 DES MOINES REGISTER MEDIA NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING 27.08 DORSEY WHITNEY LLP WRA AMEND & UNITED PROP AGMT 9,500.00 DOWNEY TIRE FRONT TIRES FOR FORD F350 TRUCK 660.01 ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING SWITCH FOR SKATE RINK 42.30 ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING CO PLUG DIN CIRCULAR 12.10 ELLIOTT EQUIPMENT CO OPERATING SUPPLIES SEWER 265.94 FAREWAY OPALS LUNCHEON SUPPLIES 70.88 FARM CITY SUPPLY ANTIFREEZE FOR ALL DUMP TRUCKS 18.47 FUN EXPRESS LLC XMAS LIBRARY 130.24 G 8r L CLOTHING CLOTHING ALLOWANCE DILLMAN 1,199.69 GALE / CENGAGE LEARNING LP BOOKS 13.99 GALLS LLC EQUIPMENT 835.03 GAME TIME WARRIOR PARK EQUIPMENT INSTALLATION 178,373.78 HARVEY’S AUTOMOTIVE SHOP SUPPLIES 1,776.24 HAWKEYE TRUCK EQUIPMENT PARTS FOR SALT DOGG . 853.83 REIMBURSEMENT - GDMP LUNCHEON SUPPLIES 115.06 HOLLIE ASKEY Looking to Upgrade your Business or Workplace to L.E.D.s? Call for a free estimate EcoLogix LED Solutions Frank Thomas (51 5)313-8757 Fthomas@EcoLogix.biz S'flzftui‘tifi ilk Pitfma'fi-YRS In-Floor Geothermal Heating “Insured Certified” (515) 989-0106 SALES SERVICE ~ REPLACEMENT BATHROOM REMODEL ‘MARY JANE SHARP HOTSY CLEANING SYSTEMS PARTS LABOR ON HOTSY SYSTEM 896.62 HP INC COMPUTERS FOR LIBRARY 13,275.00 INDOFF INC OFFICE SUPPLIES 270.37 INDOFF INC OFFICE SUPPLIES 270.37 IOWA COMMUNICATIONS NETWORK ICN CONNECTION 352.50 IOWA DIVISION OF LABOR SE BOILER INSPECTION 40.00 IOWA ONE CALL LOCATION NOTIFICATIONS 216.30 IOWA PRISON INDUSTRIES DESK PIECE 366.00 IOWA SIGNAL INC SIGNAL FOR ICE RINK 100.00 IOWA WINDOW SERVICE INC CH EXTERIOR 93.50 JAMES OIL COMPANY LLC GASOHOL STATE TAX 6,876.74 JEAN FURLER MILEAGE REIMBURSEMENT 21.26 CLOTHING ALLOWANCE ZRUCKY 248.1 1 COMMERCIAL GRANT PROGRAM REIMBURSEMENT 14,782.43 ALARM MONITORING 434.20 UTILITY DEPOSIT REFUND - 1305 e 18TH ST 13.50 COPIER CONTRACT 513.52 XMAS AT LIBRARY PHOTOGRAPHER JOHN DEERE FINANCIAL JOHN DOUGHERTY JOHNSON CONTROLS JORDAN REDMAN LASER RESOURCES 135.00 MARY KAY JOHNSON CRAFT SUPPLIES REIMBURSEMENT a 38.98 MCCLURE ENGINEERING CO COLONIAL PKWY DETENTION FACILITY 6,100.00 MEDIACOM INTERNET 204.90 MENARDS DRAIN TILE FOR COLD STORAGE 570.08 METRO WASTE AUTHORITY LARGE ITEM STICKERS 1,250.88 MICROMARKETING ASSOCIATES BOOKS 1,632.76 MIDAMERICAN ENERGY 9200 SUNSET DR 41.01 MPLC MPLC LICENSE 131.07 MUNICIPAL SUPPLY WARRANTY-MXUS 14,620.35 NAI ELECTRICL CONTRACTORS REPAIR ON BRINE PUMP 481.11 NANCY KUEHL SUPPLIES FOR CRAFT CLUB 237.41 NORTH WARRENTOWN COUNT ABRIDGED MINUTES - 11-29—18 29.88 NORWALK CHAMBER OF COMMERCE FY19 CITY CONTRIBUTION 16,600.00 OVERHEAD DOOR COMPANY FD DOOR REPAIR 279.00 PAR INDUSTRIES, LLC LABOR/MAT-ENTRANCE SIGN LAKEWOOD DR PROJECT 1,100.00 PITNEY BOWES POSTAGE METER 167.52 PLUMB SUPPLY BOILER SERVICE 238.19 PURCHASE POWER POSTAGE 275.52 RECORDED BOOKS INC AUDIO BOOKS 319.90 SECURITY EQUIPMENT INC UPGRADED EXACQVISION LICENSE 387.25 SHOTTENKIRK INDIANOLA P-133 COIL 21649 SNYDER ASSOCIATES INC SUBDIVISION ORDINANCE UPDATE 650.00 SPRAYER SPECIALTIES INC VALVE FOR BRINE TANK 434.41 STRATUS BUILDING SOLUTIONS JANITORIAL SERVICES 1,979.80 TERMINIX INTERNATIONAL CITY HALL PEST CONTROL 76.00 TOMPKINS INDUSTRIES, INC. PARTS FOR #1041 DUMP TRUCK 14.28 ULTRAMAX AMMO 4,788.00 VERIZON WIRELESS CELLULAR SERVICE 1,923.60 WEST INTERACTIVE SERVICES WEBSITE SUPPORT MAINTENANCE RENEWAL 2,640.75 YONG ZHU UTILITY DEPOSIT REFUND 2869 JADEN LN 62.80 TOTAL 417,166.73 Consideration of a Resolution officially naming Depositories for the City of Norwalk for 2019 Motion by Livingston, seconded by Baker to approve Resolution 18253 officially naming Depositories for the City of Norwalk for 2019, motion carried on roll call vote, Ayes: Baker, Riva, Kuhl, Livingston. Nays: None. Abstain: Lester. Consideration of a Resolution approving “Resolution of Necessity” date adjustment for Preliminary Plans of Elizabeth HollandPark Infrastructure Improvements (Phase 3) Motion by Lester, seconded by Livingston to approve Resolution 18254 approving "Resolution of Necessity” date adjustment for Preliminary Plans of Elizabeth Holland Park Infrastructure Improvements (Phase 3), carried unanimously, RC. Consideration of a Resolution to approve the Final Flat and accepting infrastructure for the Brownstones at the Legacy Plat 10 Final Plat Motion by Riva, seconded by Baker to approve Resolution 18255 approving the Final Plat and accepting the infrastructure for the Brownstones at the Legacy Plat 10 Final Plat, carried unanimously, RC. Review concept plan of the Southern Ridge sanitary sewer lift station. Joe Petrazinki with Hubbell stated they are looking for Council's feedback on the concept plan. Consideration of the second reading of an Ordinance approving the rezoning of approximately 41 acres west of McAninch Sports Complex Happy New year from the stafif at W/Wdrren Town County News Do You Have A New Address? Are you a snow bird leaving soon for your winter location, or have you recently moved? ‘ Be sure to let us know your new mailing address so we can ensure our newspaper still gets to you. You can call us at 981-0406, email us at news@norwalknewspaper.com, or drop a note off to us at 1122 Main Street, Suite 1, N orwalk (we have a drop slot in our back door if no one is in the office). from AR-Agricultural Reserve to the Valley View PUD consisting ofKR-1 and R-2 parcels Motion by Kuhl, seconded by Livingston to pass the second reading of an Ordinance approving the rezoning of approximately 41 acres west of McAninch Sports Complex from AR-Agricultural Reserve to the Valley View PUD consisting of R1 and R-2 parcels, amending Section 7 by removing the first paragraph, carried unanimously, RC. Consideration of the second and possibly final reading of an Ordinance providing for amendments to dog licensing procedures and licensing for vicious animals amending Sections 57.01 and 57.04 and creating a new Section 58.07 of Chapters 57 and 58 of the Norwalk City Code Motion by Lester, seconded by Riva to pass the second reading of an Ordinance providing for amendments to dog licensing procedures and licensing for vicious animals amending Sections 5701 and 57.04 and creating a new Section 58.07 of Chapters 57 and 58 of the Norwalk City Code, carried unanimously, RC. Motion by Riva, seconded by Livingston to waive the final reading of Ordinance 18-24 providing for amendments to dog licensing procedures and licensing for vicious animals amending Sections 57.01 and 57.04 and creating a new Section 58.07 of Chapters 57 and 58 of the Norwalk City Code, carried unanimously, RC. Discussion of Highway 28 Corridor Agreement with the Iowa Department ofTransportation Discussion of 80th Ave., City participation in reconstruction project in 2020 Consideration to place action on a future agenda to approve contributing up to 50% of construction of 80th Ave. Failed for lack of motion. Consideration to place action on a future agenda to approve waiving repayment of Delaware RISE Project or offer up equivalent*$225,000 contribution for 80th Ave. . Motion by Livingston to place action on a future agenda to approve waiving repayment of Delaware RISE Project or offer up equivalent $225,000 contribution for 80th Ave.; motion failed due to a lack of second. Consideration to place action on a future agenda to approve funding for the reconstruction of only the City's portion of 800! Ave.; the portion located north of Carpenter Street in Corporate Limits Motion by Livingston, seconded by Lester to place action on a future agenda to approve funding for the reconstruction of only the City’s portion of 80th Ave.; the portion located north of Carpenter Street in Corporate Limits, carried unanimously, voice vote Consideration to place action on a future agenda to approve reconstruction of East 27th Street from North Ave. to Carpenter St. at City's cost Failed for lack of motion. Council inquiries and staff updates Motion by Livingston. seconded by Riva to enter Into‘ closed session at 8:50 pm. pursuant to Iowa Code Chapter 21.5 1 (i) to evaluate the professional competency of an individual whose appointment, hiring, performance or discharge is being considered when necessary to prevent needless and irreparable injury to that individual's reputation and that individual requests a closed session, carried unanimously, voice vote. Motion by Livingston, seconded by Riva to come out ofclosed session at 9:25 p.m., carried unanimously, RC. Motion. by Lester, seconded by Baker to adjourn at 9:25 p.m., carried unanimously, RC. Lindsey Offenburger City Clerk Have a news item for the paper? Send it to us by email at news@norwalk newspapencom Come Enjoy the GOOD LIFE ** NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS ** Good Life Retirement Center 1313 Wright Road, Norwalk 7 Bedroom Apartments Park-like Setting Community Center 24/7 Maintenance Rental Assistance May Be Available to Those Who Qualify 62 Years of Age or Older, Disabled Regardless of Age 515-981-4424 www.nationaI-management.com (I; wrappers abfifim’lléflltt' This institution is an Equal Opportunity Provider.