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Thursday, February 18, 2016 N/Warren Town and County News Page Eliercién OFFICIAL PUBLICATION MINUTES OF THE NORWALK CITY COUNCIL MEETING ON 02-04-16 (abridged) Mayor Tom Phillips called City Council meeting to order at 6:00 pm. Present at roll call: Erika Isiey, David Lester. Ed Kuhi, Stephanie Riva and Jackie Livingston via phone. (RC roll call vote) Mayor Philips noted that item 6m is removed from the consent agenda and will be considered immediately following. item 6n is removed from consent agenda. Motion by Lester, seconded by isiey to approve agenda as amended. Voice vote carried unanimously. Motion by Riva, seconded by Lester to approve minutes of January 213' regular council meeting. Voice vote carried unanimously. Consent included tax abatements, liquor license renewals for Dollar General Store #284; Fareway Stores Inc #77; Caseys General Store #3422 and Legacy Golf Club. Planning and Zoning Commission appointment confirmations of Brandon Foldes and Dr. Donna Grant. Setting date of Public Hearing for Pro- posed budget for February 18m at 6:00 pm. at 705 North Avenue. Acceptance of temporary construction easements for Grubbing for Beardsley Regional (Storm Water) Detention Facility Phase |. Resolution No 0204-16-013 adopting plans and specifications for Beardsley Regional Detention Facility Phase 1 clear- ing. Resolution No 0204-16-014 awarding contract for Beardsley Regional De- tention Facility Phase 1 clearing. Resolution No 0204—1 6-015 approving con- tract and bonds for Beardsley Regional Detention Facility Phase 1 clearing. Resolution No 0204-16-018 accepting public improvements for Rolling Green Plat 5. Resolution No 0204-16-017 approving purchase of snow tires for ve- hicle #926 (end loader). Resolution No 0204-16-018 ordering construction oi Orchard View detention; and expenditures AIA CORP T-SHIRTS 613.19 ARL iA ANIMALINTAKE 125.00 BLUE TARP TOOLS 385.30 BOUND TREE MED SUPPLIES 790.69 ELAN SERVICES 3,647.46 CARPENTER OC HOLSTERS 539.49 CDW GOVT SPYWARE 2,622.40 CITY WDM TEXT BOOKS 57.00 COMPASS BUS NOTICES 451.99 CONSTR AG PARTS 149.87 CONTROL INSTAL MONITORING . FRANK DUN PATCH 789.00 G & L UNIFORM 342.24 GOPHER SUPPLIES 40.77 GREGG YOUNG P127 HOSE 28.91 HALLETT STONE 1 ,073.26 HAWKEYE TRUC REPAIR 72.50 HYDRAQUIP PARTS 500.00 IACP MEMBERSHIP 320.00 INDOFF INC OFFICE SUPPLIES 319.62 IOWA D.A.R.E MEMBERSHIP 50.00 IOWA EMS SERVICE 200.00 IOWA ONE CALL SERVICE 185.40 IOWA WIND BLDG MAINT 290.00 JACKSON CREEK FOUNDERS DISTRICT 40,759.93 JENN VETTERICK UNIFORM 87.44 JESTER INS ADD AMBULANCE 576.00 JOHN E REID EDUfI'RNG ’ 500.00 MENARDS MENARDS 16.92 MENARDS MENARDS 227.50 MERCY CO CEH 10.00 MIDWEST ‘ LIGHTS V 76.76 MPS‘ENGINEE HOLLYDR 2: v1" " r r t “3 50,420.94;~ MUNICIPAL SU PARTS 1,370.39 NATHAN BALK EDU/TRNG 273.48 NWTC PUBLICAT 44.18 NORTHLAND SUPPLIES 2,288.00 NORWALK CHAM DUES 80.00 OPTOMETRIC ASSOC VISION 250.00 OVERHEAD DOOR REPAIR 3,267.50 PLUMB SUPPLY PARTS 129.00 RANKIN COM PHONE REP 166.25 SCOTTS FOODS SUPPLIES 130.50 SHIVE HATERY CEDAR ST 2,534.40 SHRED IT SHRED 50.48 SPRINGER PEST MAINT ‘ 68.00 TOMPKIN IND ' 'MAIN 154.“) TK CONCRETE WAKONDA 118,325.03 TRAVIS POWELL EDU/TRNG 273.48 TRUCK EQUI PARTS 381.42 TYLER TECH SUPPORT 115.00 UNITY POINT CDL POOL 50.00 USA BLUE BOOK SUPPLIES 236.31 V&K CORT LAND 17,811.34 VOORHEES TAE TAEKWONDO 418.60 WAYNE DENNIS MAlNT 154.30 WESTVOLD,_ KIRK UNIFORM 239.56 Motion Lester, seconded by isiey to approve consent agenda passed unani- mously, RC. Motion by Riva and seconded by Kuhi to adopt Resolution No 020446-019 approan engineering agreement for Mastetter/Wakonda Signaiization. . Motion by lsley, seconded by Riva to adopt Resolution No 0204-15020 con- firming Ryan Coburn as Norwaik Fire Chief. Motion by isiey, seconded by Riva to adioum at 7:45 pm. passed unanimously on a voice vote. \ Tom Phillips, Mayor Attest: Jodi Eddieman, City Clerk Start the day off right! mtters 515-223-1150 P.O. Box 160 Norwalk, Iowa Activities at the NORWALK I LIBRARY '- “05:1.Naah ate. tartan? Tuesday, Feb. 23 Storytime, 10:30 — 11:30 am. This story—time is rec- ommended for 3-5 year olds, but all ages are we]- come. We’ll read picture books, sing songs and do rhymes; 25 minutes of sto- rytime followed by play time. Trending Topics: Do More With Less: Tiny Houses, 6:30 — 8 p.m. Trending Topics offers programs on current events and interests, as re- flected in the local, state, national or global media. January - March Will focus on the theme “Doing More With Less.” Tonight’s guest speaker, builder Sean Spain, will show how to build a “tiny house” on a shoe-string budget with reclaimed materials. Many people have used these homes as a retreat, vaca- tion cabin, guest cottage, or as a home that engen- ders a simple and free lif- estyle. Registration re- quired by signing up at the library or calling 515-981— 0217. (The final focus of the series in March will talk about the impetus be- hind the “staycation” movement. . . vacationing at home and taking short trips in the state!) i-Vednesday, Feb. 24 Early Out Wednesdays, 2:30 — 3:15 p.m. For grades K-5, come to the library on early-out Wednesdays for fun activities and projects. On 4th Wednesdays of the month, it’s Create! Make art projects with a variety of materials. Thursday, Feb. 25 Rhyme Time, 10:30 - 11:30 a.m. We’ll read shorter picture books and board books, sing songs, and do action rhymes! This story-time is recommend- ed for 18 months — 2 years old, but all ages are wel— come; 25 minutes followed by playtime. Pajama Storytime, 7:00 — 7:25 pm. An evening sto- rytime for all ages. Paja- mas welcome. Priday, Feb. 26 Before Hours: Tech@10, 10 — 11 a.m. Technology help is available every Fri- day at 10 a.m., before the library opens (ring door- bell, when you come). Drop-ins welcome, but the staff appreciates prior no- tice if there is a specific ap— plication or process that you want to learn. Call the library at 515-981—0217 for more information. OFFICIAL PUBLICATION Notice of Sheriff's Levy-ami- Saie marten cootm' sums ounce Nadir m, lumen. in was - (51513614122 . iN'THE iOWA DISTRICT occur FOR WARREN about»: smreror IOWA i WARRENGOBNW I Mom-m mm. Nonesor'tew 'vP‘LAiNflF-‘Ffi Bil-NEW LOAN SERVICING. 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How the Scam Works: The scammers generally request payment in one of two ways: either on the phone using a credit card or by calling back a specific number, which often re— sembles MidAmerican Energy’s phone response system, and paying with a pre-paid (Green Dot) card: MidAmerican Energy ac. cepts many different forms of payment. A spe- cific payment method is never insisted upon when paying your bill. The scammers are per- sistent and aggressive. They usersgphisticated methods to trick, custom- ers, including Caller ID technology that makes the call appear as if it is com- ing from the utility when it is not. Customers should hang up and call their local po- . lice or MidAmerican En: .ergy at 1-888-427—5632 if ' they receive a suspicious call. Red flags that it's a scam: 1. The caller is threat- ening immediate discon- nection. Sometimes the caller will claim a crew is already en route to the business to disconnect ser- vice. MidAmerican En- ergy makes several at- tempts to contact custom— ers regarding overdue bills; disconnection is a last resort, not a first step in the process. 2. The caller insists on a prepaid debit card (of- ten a Green Dot card) as the only acceptable form of payment. Mid-Ameri- can Energy accepts several different forms of pay- ment; a company cus- tomer service representa— tive can go over these op— tions with customers. 3. The caller asks for credit card numbers, ac- count numbers, balances or other personal infor- mation. Mid American En- ergy will-not ask you for this information over the phone. Customers should never give out personal information.