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Thursday, January 14, 2016 N/Warren Town and County News Page E . OFFICIAL PUBLICATION NOTICE OF MEETING FOR APPROVAL OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT WITH UNITED PROPERTY INVESTMENT COMPANY, L.C. AND AUTHORIZATION OF ANNUAL APPROPRIATION TAX INCREMENT PAYMENTS The City Council of the City of Norwalk, Iowa, will meet in the Council Cham- bers at City Hall, 705 North Ave, on January 21,2016, at 6 o'clock p.m., at which time and place proceedings will be instituted and action taken to approve a De- velopment Agreement between the City and United Property Investment Com- pany, L.C. (the "Developer"), in connection with the commercial development of certain real property in the Norwalk Urban Renewal Area, including the installa- tion of infrastructure improvements, which Agreement provides for certain finan- cial incentives in the form of economic development payments to be funded through incremental property tax revenues in a total amount not exceeding $2,000,0OO, as authorized by Section 403.9 of the Code of Iowa. The agreement to make annual appropriation incremental property tax payments to the Developer will not be a general obligation of the City, but will be payable solely and only from incremental property tax revenues generated within the Norwalk Urban Renewal Area. At the meeting, the City Council will receive oral or written objections from any resident or property owner of the City. Thereafter, the City Council may, at the meeting or at an adjournment thereof, take additional action to approve the Development Agreement or may abandon the proposal. This notice is given by order of the City Council of Norwalk, Iowa, in accor- dance with Section 403.9 of the Code of Iowa. Jodi Eddleman City Clerk OFFICIAL PUBLICATION MINUTES TO BE APPROVED AT THE JANUARY 19th, 2016 MEETING January 4, 2016 The Warren County Board of Supervisors met Monday, January 4th, 2016, at 9:30 a.m: with Supervisors' Doug Shull and Dean C.Yordi present and Supervi- sor Crystal Mclntyre absent. The following business was had to-wit: RESOLUTION 16-01(A) APPROVE BOARD CHAIR BE IT RESOLVEDTHAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby ap- proves Doug ShulI to serve as Board Chair for 2016. Carried unanimously RESOLUTION 16-01(b) APPROVE BOARD VICE CHAIR BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby approves Dean C.Yordi to serve as Board Vice-Chair for 2016. Carried unanimously RESOLUTION 16-02 AUTHORIZE AUDITOR TO PAY CERTAIN CLAIMS BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Warren County Auditor is authorized to issue the below listed warrants on various funds without first submitting claims for ap- proval to the Board of Supervisors: *Payroll Deductions (FICA, IPERS, Federal Income Tax, State IncomeTax, Union dues and Deferred Compensation, Insurances including Health, Dental, Vision, Life, Short Term and Long Term Disability, Flexible Spending) *Rent Payments, Contracts Carried unanimously RESOLUTION 16-03 NAMED DEPOSITORIES BE IT RESOLVED THAT, according to Chapter 12C of the 2014 Code of Iowa, the County may invest surplus funds not immediately needed for current operat- ing expense on Time Certificates of Deposits or Saving Accounts in banks ap- proved as depositories. Therefore, Julie Daugherty, Warren County Treasurer, may hereby invest the surplus funds of Warren County in the following manner: A. Funds Be Deposited in Banks within Warren County. B. Funds Be Deposited Consistent to Warren County Investmenl Policy. C. Funds Be Deposited within Banks in approximately the same stio as the ratio of private deposits within Warren County. THEREFORE BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, the Warren County Bmrd of Su- pervisors hereby designate the following banks to be depositories for funds of Warren County in amounts not to exceed the amount listed opposie each of said designated depositories, and the Warren County funds in amomts not to exceed the aggregate amounts listed for said banks through January 31,2017 as follows: Name of Depository Location Maximum Deposits Peoples Savings Bank Indianola 25,000,000 Community State Bank Indianola 10,000,000 Bank of the West Indianola 2,000,000 Regions Bank Indianola 2,000,000 Wells Fargo Bank Indianola 2,0OO,OO0 Great Western Bank Carlisle 2,000,00( City State Bank Indianola 2,000,00q IPAIT/WB Capital Des Moines 5,OO0,00q Community 1 = Credit Union Indianola 2,000,00~ Greater Iowa Credit Union Indianola 2,000,00( Carried unanimously RESOLUTION 16-04 INVESTMENT REPORT AND INVESTMENT)OLICY BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereb approves to accept the Investment Report and Investment Policy. Carried unanimusly RESOLUTION 16--05 AUTHORIZE PAYMENT FOR MAINTENANC= OFVET- ERANS GRAVES BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors lereby au- thorize payment of $2.50 per grave for veteran's grave maintenance b the own- ers of, or the public Board of Officers having control of cemeteries witlin Warren County, in which any such deceased service person is buried, to pay f~r the care and maintenance of the lots on which they are buried, in all case; in which provision for such care is not otherwise made. Carried unanimously RESOLUTION 16--06 SHERIFF'S TRANSPORT-ASSIST PERSONNEL BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby ap- proves person's assisting in the Sheriff's Office in the transport of person's in the Sheriff's custody to be paid minimum wage effective January 1,2016. Carried unanimously RESOLUTION 16-07 AUTHORIZETHE CHAIRTO SIGN CERTAIN DOCUMENTS ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby au- thorizes the chair to sign required Secondary Road Documents, endorse checks on behalf of the Board of Supervisors and to handle clerical functions for the Board for the calendar year 2016. Carried unanimously RESOLUTION 16-08 DESIGNATE OFFICIAL NEWSPAPERS BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby moves to designate The Record Herald, North Warren Town and County News and Carlisle Citizen as the official newspapers of Warren County for the Calendar year 2016. Carried unanimously RESOLUTION 16-09 SET MEETING DATES FOR 2016 BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby moves to set the meeting dates at 9:30 a.m. on the 1st and 3'~ Tuesdays of each month. Carried unanimously RESOLUTION 16-10 2016 PAID HOLIDAYS BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Warren County Board of Supervisors approve the following paid holidays for 2016: New Year's Day - Monday, January 2,2017 Presidents Day - Monday, February 15th Memorial Day - Monday, May 30" Independence Day - Monday, July 4th Labor Day - Monday, September 5t" Veterans Day - Friday, November 11t" Thanksgiving Day - Thursday, November 24th Day after Thanksgiving Day - Friday, November 25th Christmas Day - Monday, December 26th 1 Floater Day Carried unanimously RESOLUTION 18-11 RETAIN MILEAGE RATE BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby moves to retain the mileage reimbursement rate of $.50 cents for 2016. Carried unani- mously RESOLUTION 16-12 BOARDS & COMMISSIONS 2016 BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby approves reappointment of the positions they currently serve on. Carried unanimously Upon proper motion the meeting was adjourned at 9:39 a.m. ATTEST: AUDITOR, Traci VanderLinden CHAIR, Doug Shull OFFICIAL PUBLICATION MINUTES TO BE APPROVED AT THE JANUARY 19th, 2016 MEETING January 5th, 2016 The Warren County Board of Supervisors met Tuesday, January 5, 2016, at 9:30 a.m. with Supervisors' Doug Shull, Dean C.Yordi and Crystal Mclntyre present. County Auditor Traci VanderUnden and County Attorney John Criswell were also present. The following business was had to-wit: PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE CORRECTIONS/ADDITIONS/DELETIONS: None reported SIMPLE MOTION by Dean C.Yordi, second by Crystal Mclntyre to approve 12/ 8/2015 Special Session Minutes, 1 2/15/2015 Regular Session Minutes, Claims and Consent Agenda WARREN COUNTY CLAIMS Vendor Name A & K RENTAL A.C.K. ENTERPRISES ACCESS SYSTEMS ADP LLC AG ALLIANCE AHLERS & COONEY ALLIANT ENERGY AMRCN STATE BNK AE DAIRY ARAMARK B & F FASTENER BANKERS LEASING BASS, TROY W BLINK CSR RMR, K BOWLIN, RYAN BRIGHTWlT BURKE, JOSEPH P. CALHOUN-BURNS CAPITOL CITY CONST CARPENTER CARROLL, DAVID CASKEY, DAVE CASTEEL, HEATHER CASUAL RAGS CEDARBROOKE CNTRL IA DTNTION CENTURY LINK CHAPMAN, SARAH CHUMBLEY'S AUTO CINTAS CORP CLARKE ELECTRIC CONST & AGGRGTE T COONEY DDS, COUNTRYVIEW COUNTRYVIEW LAND CR SERVICES CUMMING AMERICAN LEGION DANLEE CORP DAVEY, ROBERT INDOFF INC. DOWNEY TIRE PROS EASTON VILLAGE ELCOCK, TARA M. ELECTRIC CO ELECTRONIC ENGIN ENQUIST, ROBBIE FAZZI ASSOCIATES FORSYTH LAW FOXWOOD APTS FRANCIS LAUER FRANK DUNN CO FRASER TRNSPORT GLOBAL SOFTWARE GRIMM, PHIL H B LEISEROWITZ HARGIN, CHAD HARTFORD MOBILE HOME HAWKEYETRUCK HENRY M. ADKINS HINCKLEY SPRINGS HOHANSHELT, S HOPKINS/HUEBNER HORTON, TIM HP INC. HUNEY-VAUGHN HY-VEE IMWCA INDIANOLA FIRE INDOFF INC. INFOMAX INTERSTATE INTERSTATE COMM IOWA CLINIC, THE IA EMRGNCY MNGM IA PRISON IND IOWWA JAKES LAWN JEO CONSULTING J COOLEY CONST JESS' LOCK & KEY JOHN DEERE JONES, JERRY KALITZKI, BECKY KENNEDY, N KNUST, CORY KONE INC. KOSMAN CLEANING KREISERS INC KRISS PREMIUM LEAF LOVE, JEANNE M & M SALES CO MAHASKA COMM MAIL SERVICES LLC MARCO MA1-FH EW BENDER MCKESSON MEDICAP MIDAMERICAN MORRIS MNGMNT N/WARREN TOWN NORTHERN LIGHTS OFFICEMAX tNC OLIVER PCKGING OVERTON FUNERAL PARKER SIGNS PATHOLOGY LAB PERU QUARRY INC PITNEY BOWES POLICE LGAL SCNCS POLK CO HEALTH REGISTER REPORT Description Total Amount DEC CLNT RNT ASST $550.00 PARTS $567.69 MTHLY CPIER CHGS $865.61 HR/BNEFIT Me PAYRL PRCSNG $4,282.19 CANINE SPPLS PROF SERVICES UTILITIES COMM ROOM RNTL SPPLS SERVICES SIGN MATERIAL MTHLY CONTRACT VEHICLE WASHES TRANSCRIPT PHONE STIPEND SERVICES CLIENT SUPPLIES BRIDGE RATING LABOR/WINDOW UNIFORMS PHONE STIPEND MLG REIMB MLG REIMB UNIFORMS RENT ASSIST NOV/DEC SERVICES MTHLY PH CHGS CLNT RENT ASSIST CLNT VCHRS SAFETY ITEMS UTILITIES PARTS INMT DNTAL EXPS JAN RENT ASSIST REPAIRS IN EMA SPPLS FLAGS TRCK BAY TOKENS MLG REIMB SUPPLIES VHCL MNTNC RENT ASSISTANCE SERVICES SRVC AGRMNT EQPMNT/SPPLS CLOTHES/SHOES DATA COLLECTION SERVICES DEC RENT ASSIST JV SHLTR CARE PATCH SERVICES ANNLTAC.10 MNTN CELL PHN STPND CAMERA EQPMNT 5 MTHS PH STIPEND DEC CLNT RNT ASST PARTS LIC/MAINT AGREE SERVICES DEC 2015 MLG RMB PROF SERVICES CLOTHES/SHOES EQPMNT TRNSCRPTNG SRVC SUPPLIES WK COMP PREM TRNSPRT SRVC SUPPLIES MTHLY CHGS CARD/BA'I-I'ERIES NOTE/2015 PMT INMATE MED SRVCS MEMBERSHIP SIGNAGE MMBRSHP/CNFRNC INSTALL CeNT SERVICES CLNT RNT ASST SERVICES TOOLS/SPPLS CLOTHES/SHOES MLG REIMB CLNT RENT ASSIST DEC RENT ASSIST MAINT COVERAGE CLEANING SVCS MED SPPLS MTHLY CONTRACT COPIER CHGS RFND OF DEPOSIT MTHLY CHGS VOIP/INTERNET MTHLY SERVICES CNTRCT BASE CHGS ANNL RNWL MEDICAL SUPPLIES INMATE RXS UTILITIES DEC CLNT RNT ASST PUBLICATIONS INMATE SPPLS SUPPLIES SUPPLIES FUNERAL EXP SIGNS INMATE SRVCS SPOT ROCK SEPT-DEC 2015 SBSCRPTN RNWLS RMBRSMNT CNCLLD TRIP $13.47 $2,563.50 $95.96 $1OO.OO $938.35 $6o5.61 $55.27 $125.88 $16.OO $55.50 $135.50 $200.00 $1oo.oo $4,976.81 $7,2O0.0O $847.ss $45.00 $36.00 $28.oo $349.86 $525.00 $2,432.00 $2,3o7.33 $500.00 $355.00 $66.77 $80.98 $637.39 $13o.0o $525.o0 $374.00 $42.76 $312.60 $1 50.0O $4.50 $73.88 $2,147.70 $550.00 $760.O0 $264.00 $702.10 $309.86 $30.00 $93o.77 $600.00 $1,797,40 $789.00 $235.25 $45,963.0O $90.00 $208.95 $75.0O $214.72 $15.70 $20,560.00 $134.77 $81.9o $195.00 $369.19 $1,524.82 $388.80 $861.37 $2O,463.OO $801.8O $6O7.37 $253.18 $279.48 $28,ooo.0o $344.00 $150.00 $344.85 $205.00 $2,815.00 $25,049.38 $1 ,ooo.oo $52.5o $213.07 $66.94 $6.00 $5oo.00 $575.00 $221.98 $7,000.00 $198.03 $165.00 $99.25 $1,000.OO $139.37 $2,650.34 $1,510.44 $126.50 $2,012.40 $1,511.81 $340.41 $4,936.75 $50O.OO $799.22 $1,240.68 $109.50 $6,496.00 $1,900.00 $465.48 $46.68 $1,535.21 $6Ol .o4 $3,24o.oo $1,163.20 POLK CO TREASURER FOOD DELIVERIES & MED EXAM FEES $1,143.74 PRACTICON SUPPLIES $142.75 PUBLIC SAFETY MED EXM FEES $1,018.50 QUALITY PLUMBING JAIL SRVCS $212.50 RECORD HERALD YRLY SBSCRPTN $54.93 ROBINS, STEVE MLG REIMB $30.00 RUDOLF, BRAD DEC CLNT RNT ASST $425.00 SANOFI PASTEUR MED SPPLS $72.15 SCHNURBUSCH, L WELL PLUGGING $500.00 SECURITY EQUIP 3 Me SRVC AGRMNT $2,682.00 SHREDDER, THE SHREDDING SVCS $280.00 SIRCHIE FINGERPRNT SPPLS $304.46 SMILEMAKERS STICKERS $276.02 SNYDER & ASSOC SERVICES $12,295.90 SPENCER PROP DEC CLNT RNT ASST $504.00 STAPLES OFFICE SPPLS $50.84 STEPPING STONES CHILD CARE CLIENT CHILD CARE SERVICES $30.OO STOREY KNWRTHY SUPPLIES $72.28 STUDIO FUSCO ENVELOPES $30.00 SUSAN FRYE TRNSCRPTG SRVCS $471.25 T.R.M. DISPOSAL TRASH SERVICE $89.00 TASER INTERN TASER EQPMNT $64.15 THOMSON REUTERS NOV CHRGS $2,008.00 U.S.RC.A. ANNL MMBRSHP $50.00 UNIVERSITY OF IA CeNT ED FEES $75.00 US BANK EQPMNT COPIER CONTRACT $414.53 US CELLULAR MTHLY CELL CHGS $182.89 USDA-RD CLIENT MTG PMT $500.00 VANDERPOOL CNST ROCK HAULING $8,052.93 VANGUARD APPR SERVICE RENEWAL $11,050.00 VERIZON WIRELESS PHN SRVC $4,578.79 WARREN CO TREAS NOV LD PH CHGS $233.30 WARREN CO TREAS BASIC PH CHGS $875.00 WATSON & RYAN PROF SERVICES $1,519.20 WlCKETT, BRENDA CLNT RENT ASSIST $450.00 WlNDSTREAM MTHLY CHGS $764.14 WINDSTREAM IOWA Me SRVC $514.71 WINNER'S CIRCLE BUSNSS CRDS $105.00 YORDI, DEAN C MLG/PHN STIPENDS $211.OO YOUTH &SHELTER NOV SHLTR SRVCS $004.40 YOUTH EMRGNCY NOV SHLTR SRVC $1,881.00 RESOLLITION 16-13A CONSERVATION EMPLOYEE CHANGES BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby ap- proves termination of Ashley Vanderflught, seasonal/temporary employee in Conservation effective December 18, 2015, not eligible for benefit payout. Carried unanimously RESOLUTION 16-13B CONSERVATION EMPLOYEE CHANGES BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby alto proves termination of John Fensterman, seasonal/temporary employee in Con- servation effective December 18, 2015, and not eligible for benefit payout. Car- ried unanimously RESOLUTION 16-13C CONSERVATION EMPLOYEE CHANGES BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby ap- proves termination of Paul Seuferer, seasonal/temporary employee in Conser- vation effective December 31,2015, and not eligible for benefit payout. Carried unanimously RESOLUTION 16-13D CONSERVATION EMPLOYEE CHANGES BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby ap- proves termination of Kevin Brown, seasonal/temporary employee in Conserva- tion effective December 31, 2015, and not eligible for benefit payout. Carried unanimously RESOLUTION 16-13E CENTRAL IOWA REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION PLANNING ALLIANCE BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby ap- proves 28E Agreement with Central Iowa RegionaITransportation Planning Alli- ance as presented. Carried unanimously RESOLUTION 16-13F INFORMATION TECHNOLQGY,WAGE JNCREASE BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby ap- proves a change in wages for Matthew Ross, Help Desk Administrator, effective January 20, 2016 resulting in an increase to Grade 11, Step4 in the amount of $18.39 per hour due tosuccessful completion of 6 month probationary period. Carried unanimously RESOLUTION 16-13G IT DEPARTMENT OFFICE 365 BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby approves I.T. Department's transition of county email to Office 365. Carried unanimously RESOLUTION 1 6-131-1 CITY OF LACONA LAW ENFORCEMENT AGREEMENT BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby ap- prove Contract Law Enforcement agreement between the City of Lacona and the Warren County Sheriff's Department. Carried unanimously RESOLUTION 16-131 CITY OF CUMMING LAW ENFORCEMENT AGREEMENT BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby ap- prove Contract Law Enforcement agreement between the City of Cumming and the Warren County Sheriff's Department. Carried unanimously RESOLUTION 16-13J PURCHASE OF 2 DODGE CHARGERS SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby ap- proves purchase of two 2016 Dodge Chargers for Sheriff's Department at ap- proximately $26,000.00 each. Carried unanimously RESOLUTION 16-13K EMPLOYEE RETIREMENT AUDITORS OFFICE WHEREAS, Rhonda Green has submitted her notice of retirement from the Warren County Auditor's Office, last day of employment being December 31, 2015; now, BE iT RESOLVED, that the retirement of Rhonda Green be accepted with said effective date, with regret, and that she be compensated for any earned vaca- tion, compensatory time and sick leave as specified in the personnel policy. Carried unanimously RESOLUTION 16-13L REAPPOINTMENT WARREN COUNTY BOARD OF HEALTH BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby ap- proves reappointment of Bill Gross to the Warren County Board of Health for a three year term. Carried unanimously RESOLUTION 16-13M REAPPOINTMENTWARREN COUNTY CONSERVA- TION BOARD BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby ap- proves reappointment of Ace Hendricks to the Warren County Conservation Board for a five year term. Carried unanimously DISCUSSION ONLY: Betsey Stursma presented a Case ManagementJMCO update and a Central Iowa Recovery update. Supervisor Crystal Mclntyre gave report of her previous week's activities. Supervisor Dean C.Yordi gave report of his previous week's activities. Supervisor Doug Shull gave report of his previous week's activities. PUBLIC INPUT: Kelly Penman - 15293 Arthur Trail- Voiced secondary roads concerns Gary Lawrence - 15086 Arthur Trail- Voiced secondary roads concerns MarUyn Halterman - 19057 Drake Street- Asking for consideration in budget for Historic Preservation Committee and concerns regarding posting of future meetings. Larry Peterson - 128 Marlou Pkwy - Concerned with sound quality in Board Room Kreig Pyer- 13541 169" St.- Questioned the process and procedures of priori- tizing capital funds The next regular meeting will be held on Tuesday, January 19th, 2016 at 9:30 a.m. Upon proper motion the meeting was adjourned at 10:05 a.m. AI-rEST: AUDITOR, Traci VanderLinden CHAIR, Doug Shull