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Page Ten N/Warren Town and County News Thursday, January 10, 2019 OFFICIAL PUBLICATION NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING NORWALK EASTER PUBLIC LIBRARY HVAC REPLACEMENT NORWALK, IOWA Notice is hereby given that a public hearing will be held bythe City of Norwalk on the proposed contract documents (plans, specifications and form of contract) and estimated cost for the NORWALK EASTER PUBLIC LIBRARY HVAC REPLACEMENT project at its meeting at 6:00 P.M. on the 17th day of January, 2019, in the Council Chambers at City Hall, 705 North Avenue, Norwalk, Iowa. At the hearing, the City will receive and consider any objections made by any interested party, to the Plans and Specifications, proposed Form of Contract, and the Estimate of the Cost for the project. Published by the order of the City of Norwalk, Iowa, on this 10th day of January, 2019. CITY OF NORWALK, IOWA By: Lindsey Offenburger Title: City Clerk Have a news item for the paper? Send it to us by email at news@norwalknewspaper, com Towing & Recovery January 19th, 2019 - 9 A.M. 515-225-6088 NOTICE OF PUBLIC AUCTION 155 S. 13th St. West Des Moines, IA 50265 Gates open at 8 a.m auction at 9 a.m. Cash or credit card, no checks. All cars must be paid for at the time of purchase and removed within 24 hours. All vehicles are sold as is - no warranty is given or implied. t998i NIBSAN PATHFINDER JNeAROSY~WW244980 t998i FORD WI[NDSTAR 2FHZA5149WBD24523 19771 VOGUE NOTOR HOME M50DA7.1017450 i"ITSUBISH 000 AR 8 008s g 2006 i CHRYSLER PACIFICA 2A~GF68486R882629 1992 CHEVROLET CAPRICE IG1BN53E7NR111686 ~ CLASSIC ~ l2GlwN$2MOS9242894 ] 1995 !,TOYOTA l CARRY [ 4TZSK12ESSU642559 G~.~ 12GZWP522641189124 ~ SPEL--rP~ J KNAFEtet265320981 1 I994 ~ I ACCORD I JHHCOS653RC086416 ! 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Present at roll call: David Lester, Brian Baker, Stephanie Riva, Ed Kuhl, and Jaki Livingston. Absent: None (RC = roll call vote) Staff present included: Luke Pards, Community Development Director; Anthony Beilizzi, Veenstra & Kimm Engineer; Joe Ballard, Assistant Public Works Director; Ryan Coburn, Fire Chief; Nancy Kuehl, Park & Recreation Director; Holly Sealine, Library Director; Hollie Askey, Economic Development Director; Jean Furler, Finance Director; Greg Staples, Police Chief; Lindsey Offenburger, City Clerk; Luke Nelson, City Manager; Jim Dougherty, City Attorney. Motion by Riva, seconded by Livingston to approve the agenda, carried unanimously voice vote. Welcome of guests & public comment Elizabeth Doerrfeld, 588 Pinehurst Dr. stated concerns with the golf cart path in the backyards of the Echo Valley area. Motion by Livingston, seconded by Baker to approve the Minutes of the December 20, 2018 regular City Council meeting, carried unanimously, voice vote. Motion by Lester, seconded by Livingston to approve the consent agenda which included Resolution 19001 setting dates involved with the Community Clean Up 2019; and expenditures, carried unanimously, RC. Payee Description Amount ADDISON PATRICK UTILITY DEPOSIT REFUND -4905 WAKONDA DR 33.40 AIRPORT SIGNS AND GRAPHIC ICE STATE RULES & TIMES 620.05 AMAZON CAPITAL SERVICES LOCK PICK SET 23.95 ANIMAL RESCUE LEAGUE OF IINTAKE LIVE ANIMAL 125.00 BEDWELL GARDENS DOWNTOWN PLANTERS - FALL & WINTER 472.00 BOUND TREE MEDICAL, LLC EMS MEDICAL SUPPLIES 2,850:05 BOWEN DESIGN LLC FIRE PREVENTION WEEK BANNER 112.95 291.88 1,474.89 CAPITAL SANITARY SUPPLIES PS CUSTODIAL SUPPLY CENTURYLINK PHONE SERVICE CHERYL KROHN CITY SUPPLY CORPORATION CORE & MAIN DEANNA SCHULZ DENNIS SUPPLY DOWNEY TIRE ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING & GALLS LLC GAME TIME UTILITY DEPOSIT REFUND - 2204 AVERY AVE 66.57 PS BUILDING REPAIR 96.30 I & I BARRIER FOR SANITARY 365.31 MILEAGE REIMBURSEMENT 48.70 PS AIR FILTERS 2,572.61 SUBURBAN TIRES 995.82 KEY SWITCH FOR ICE RINK181.21 UNIFORMS - REED 1,239.89 WARRIOR PARK EQUIPMENT INSTALLATION 5,339.20 GARY LEHMER REIMBURSE LUNCH 6.19 GREG STAPLES IACP - MEAL REIMBURSEMENT12.71 GREGG YOUNG P-131 ALIGNMENT 134.34 HP INC LIBRARY LAPTOPS 3,792.00 IMWCA FY19 PREMIUMS INSTALLMENT #7 13,701.90 INDOFF INC FIRST AID SUPPLIES 247.15 IOWAWINDOW SERVICE INC CH EXTERIOR 93.50 JOHNSON CONTROLS PS BUILDING REPAIR 60.00 LARUE DISTRIBUTING INC PS COFFEE SERVICE 90.94 LLC CENTURYUNK COMMUNICA LONG DISTANCE 27.59 MENARDS CLIVE PARTS FOR HEATER 142.83 MENARDS DES MOINES MATERIALS FOR STORMWATER INTAKES 1,210.76 METRO WASTE AUTHORITY MONTHLY CURB IT FEE 44,261.46 MIDWEST BREATHING AIR SYS QUARTERLY MAINTENANCE 177.40 MIDWESTCOMPLITER~ PS CABLE/AV UPGRADES 3,752.03 MUNICIPAL SUPPLY REPAIR - NORTH AVE PROJECT t ,533.75 NATIONAL RECREATION AND P ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP 175.00 NICHOLS EQUIPMENT LLC GENIE Z45/25 - TO HANG XMAS LIGHTS 1,185.00 NORTHWARRENTOWN&COUNT ABRIDGED MINUTES- 12-6-18 239.10 NORWALK READY-MIXED CONCR STORM INTAKE - E 17TH & MERLE HUFF 477.63 PATHOLOGY LABORATORY MICHELS PRE EMPLOY PHYSICAL 169.77 PHIL PARKER REIMBURSEMENT 100.00 PIONEER PRODUCTS FIRE FOAM 788.55 PLUMB SUPPLY INSULATION FOR HEAER CHERRY ST GARAG E 134.05 PURCHASE POWER POSTAGE 859.60 SENECA COMPANIES PARTS FOR GAS PUMPS 252.08 SHRED IT PS SHREDDING 62.64 SPRINGER PEST SOLUTIONS PS PEST CONTROL 68.00 STANDRIDGE GROUP LLC BUSINESS CARDS 306.00 TEMPUS NOVA INC G SUITE - 12 MO LICENSE 10,173.34 THE NORWALK SHOP SCREEN PRINTING ON UNIFORMS - DILLMAN 50.00 UNITYPOINT CLINIC XRAY/LABS 445.00 USA BLUE BOOK METER WIRE 575.71 VEENSTRA & KIMM INC. HUGHES CENTURY FARM PLAT 2 CONST REV 7,158.47 WARREN CO SHERIFF INMATE TRANSPORT 1,530.00 WARREN CO.FIREFIGHTERS ASSC. FIRE ACADEMY TUITION 250.00 ZIEGLER INC. FILTER & BLADE FOR LOADER #1011 70.86 J & K CONTRACTING, LLC HWY 28 WATER TRANSMISSION MAIN INTERCONNECT PROJECT 6,611.23 TOTAL 117835.46 Discussion on proposed Low-Income Housing Tax Credit project at Brody's Landing Jay Frances with GA Haan Development presented the Wild Rose Place townhome concept at Brody's Landing and the need for the City to provide a Political Jurisdiction Certificate for Exhibit 7B of a Low-Income Housing Tax Credit application through the Iowa Finance Authority. Consideration of a Resolution to approve a City Letter of Support for JNB Senior 2, LP Application for StateTax Credits for the Income and Age Restricted Senior Apartment Project (Alice Place at Norwalk) Motion by Livingston, seconded by Riva to approve Resolution 19002 approving a City Letter of Support for JNB Senior 2, LP Application for State Tax Credits for the Income and Age Restricted Senior Apartment Project (Alice Place at Norwalk) as amended, carried unanimously, RC. Consideration of the 3rd 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 R-1 and R-2 parcels Motion by Lester, seconded by Riva to pass the 3rd reading of Ordinance 19- 01 approving the rezoning of approximately 41 acres west of McAninch Sports Complex from AR - Agricultural Reserve to the Valley View PUD consisting ef R-1 and R-2 parcels, carried unanimously, RC. Ashley Shiwarski, Utility Service Partners Inc. Administrator for the National League of Cities presented a Marketing Agreement from HomeServe USA Corp. to offer a Service Line Repair Program to Norwalk residents Motion by Lester, seconded by Livingston to approve the recommendation from the Utility Advisory Commission to consider a Marketing Agreement from HomeServe USA Corp. to offer a Service Line Repair Program to residents, motion carried on roll call vote; Ayes: Baker, Kuhl, Livingston, and Lester. Nays: Riva. Consideration of the 1st reading of an Ordinance Amending Chapter 103 of the Norwalk City Code, Providing for the Regulation of Industrial Wastewater, Commercial Wastewater and hauled Waste for the City of Norwalk Motion by Kuhl, seconded by Livingston to pass the 1st reading of an Ordinance Amending Chapter 103 of the Norwalk City Code, Providing for the Regulation of Industrial Wastewater, Commercial Wastewater and hauled Waste for the City of Norwalk, carried unanimously, RC. Consideration of a Resolution of Necessity for preliminary plans for the infrastructure improvements for Elizabeth Holland Park Motion by Lester, seconded by Livingston to approve Resolution 19003 approving Resolution of Necessity for preliminary plans for the infrastructure improvements for Elizabeth Holland Park, carried unanimously, RC. Consideration of a Resolution to approve a 2nd Amendment to the 28E Agreement with Des Moines WaterWorks for cost sharing water system improvements Motion by Livingston, seconded by Lester to approve Resolution 19004 approving a 2nd Amendment to the 28E Agreement with Des Moines Water .Works for cost sharing water system improvements, carried unanimously, RC. Consideration of a Resolution Relating to Financing of a Proposed Project (Police Vehicles) to be undertaken by the City of Norwalk, Iowa; establishing compliance with Reimbursement Regulations under the Internal Revenue Code Motion by Lester, seconded by Riva to approve Resolution 19005 Relating to Financing of a Proposed Project (Police Vehicles) to be undertaken by the City of Norwalk, Iowa; establishing compliance with Reimbursement Regulations under the Internal Revenue Code, carried unanimously, RC. Council inquiries and staff updates Motion by Livingston, seconded by Lester to adjourn at 7:42 p.m carried unanimously, RC. Lindsey Offenburger, City Clerk OFFICIAL PUBLICATION City of Norwalk ORDINANCE NO. 19-01 AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND THE OFFICIAL ZONING MAP OF THE CITY OF NORWALK, IOWA, BY REZONING CERTAIN PROPERTY FROM A-R: AGRICULTURAL RESERVE TO PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT (PUD) AND TO ADOPT THE MASTER PLAN AND ESTABLISH THE RULES, REGULATIONS, AND GUIDELINES FOR THE DEVELOMENT OF THE VALLEY VIEW PUD Passed by Ci~Council on January 3, 2019. Additional information and a full copy of the ordinance is available for inspection at City Hall, 705 North Avenue, Norwalk, IA 50211 ; 515/981-0228 or online at http://www.norwalk.iowaJgov/government/public documents/codes fees and polices Iowa to Host First Midwest Organic Pork Conference The Iowa Organic Association (IOA) will host the Midwest Organic Pork Conference (MOPC) in Waterloo on March 8-9, 2019. This wil] be the first conference ever organized in the United States dedicated to presenting the best resources and information available to he]p expand opportunities for organic and natural pork production and distribution. "The MOPC provides a venue to bring together a diverse group of expert organic and niche hog farmers, organic researchers, industry experts, and others who will share available research, best production practices, and technical assistance for organic hog production with apprentice, transitioning, and organic farmers from across the Midwest," says Rosa]yn Lehman, Iowa Organic Association executive director. "This conference will further motivate interest in developing new research networks to support an expanding organic hog industry." MOPC iB a response to an unmet, rising market demand for locally-produced organic pork. Currently there is a lack of both U.S. agricultural research on organic hog production and a limited number of swine veterinarians and professionals knowledgeable about the health and nutritional needs of organic hogs - especially those that supplement much of their diet with forage. This conference will reach farmers from Iowa, Minnesota, and Wisconsin and across the Midwest who produce organic and "natural" pork and who are the best suited producers to expand or transition to organic pork production to fill this growing market locally. The conference is supported by a USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture Organic Agriculture Research and Extension Initiative (OREI) grant. (Grant #2018-51300-28427/Project Accession #1016579.) IOA was one of only 24 organizations across the country to receive an OREI grant in 2018. The MOPC Advisory Committee is comprised of some of the Midwest's leading organic and natural pork producers, researchers, veterinarians, processors, farmer organizations, and state agencies. This collaboration has been vital in developing conference topics, recruiting presenters, setting the two day agenda, and coordinating marketing to attendees from across the Midwest and beyond. "We hope to attract interest and participation from all across the United States and even the United Kingdom where organic pork research and practices are well-established," says Lehman. "We are excited to bring the expertise to the Midwest to not only help current organic hog farmers expand production, but to encourage those thinking about entering into this type of production or transitioning from conventional or niche operations." The conference will held at the Waterloo Center for the Arts in Waterloo on Friday, March 8 and Saturday, March 9, 2019. More information is available at MidwestOrganicPorkConference.org.