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Page Eight N/Warren Town and County News Thursday, March 7, 2019 OFFICIAL PUBLICATION David S. Albrecht and Steve D. Albrecht as co-trustees of the Dean L. Albrecht 2014 Trust, the Dean L. Albrecht 2014 Family Trust II FBO Abbey Albrecht, and the Dean L. Albrecht 2014 Family Trust II FBO Alexis Albrecht, all of Norwalk, Iowa, as a group acting in concert to be added to the Albrecht family control group approved on January 2, 1996 intends to apply to the Federal Reserve Board for permission to acquire 25 percent or more of the voting shares and thereby control of Albrecht Financial Services, Inc Norwalk, Iowa. Albrecht Financial Services, Inc. controls City State Bank, Norwalk, Iowa.The Federal Reserve considers a number of factors in deciding whether to approve the notice. You are invited to submit comments in writing on this notice to Colette A. Fried, Assistant Vice President Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, 230 South LaSalle Street, Chicago, IL 60604. The comment period will not end before March 27, 2019 and may be somewhat longer. The Board's procedures for processing applications may be found at 12 C.F.R. Part 262.25. To obtain a copy of the Federal Reserve Board's procedures, or if you need more information about how to submit your comments on the notice, contact Alicia Williams, Vice President of Community Development and Policy Studies at (312)322-5910; to request a copy of the notice, contact Colette A. Fried at (312) 322-6846. The Federal Reserve will coqsideryQur comments and any request for a public meeting or formal hearin~rt t~tice if they are received in writing by the Reserve Bank on or before the~ay of the comment period. OFFICIA~UBLIC~ON CITY OF CUMMING Council Work Session 02/25/2019 To be approved at 03111/2019 Meeting The Cumming City Council Work Session was held at City Hall, 649 N. 44Th St. CuTTing, IA 50061 on Monday, February 25, 2019. The meeting was called to order at 7:00 p.m. by Mayor Tom Becker. Present were Council Members Dino Goode, and Charlie Ochanpaugh. Absent: Dave Chelsvig, Thomas Cackler and Kathie Hungerford. Members of the public were also present. Register's Annual Great Bicycle Ride Across Iowa (RAGBRAI) A. Ragbrei was discussed. Volunteers for co-chairs for the event are needed by 2/28/19. Two volunteers came forward during the meeting asco-chairs: Robert Moural and Brent Highfill. No Formal Action WasTaken DuringThis Planning Meeting. Only General Discussions Were Held. Tom Becker, Mayor; Rachelfe Swisher, City Clerk/ Treasurer Norwalk Easter Public Library Hours of Operation Mondaj,- Thursdq , 10 a.m. - g p.m. Fridq); 11 a.m. - 6p.m. Saturday, 10 a.m. - 5p.m. Sundqy 1 - 4p.m. -1051 North Avenue- INDOOR TURF SPACE FOR RENT Ivai!abl for-rent . : in the Norwalk/Prole area. 60'x55' insulated, heated, professional astroturf. Great for baseball, softball, soccer, football, general training, birthday parties, etc. $40/hr or discount for multiple rentals, Insured. Contact Brian at 515-779-1290 Looking to Upgrade your Business or Workplace to L.E.D.s? Call for a free estimate @Eco Logi x EcoLogix LED Lighting Solutions Frank Thomas (515)313-8757 Fthomas@EcoLogix.biz *LAST,WEEK OF SALE!* Za-Ga-Zig Provost Guard Will Be Selling Nuts This Winter Mammoth Pecan Halves . $12 English Walnuts $10 Jumbo Cashews $12 Pistachios in Shell $10 Mixed Nuts (with no peanuts) $11 Honey Roasted Peanuts $7 Chocolate Covered Peanuts $8 All Nuts Are Packaged in 16 oz Bags Available at N/Warren Town & County News office Tuesday-Friday 9a.m. to 1p.m. OFFICIAL PUBLICATION ABRIDGED MINUTES OF THE NORWALK REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING ON 2-21-19 (Minutes to be approved at the March 7, 2019 meeting) Mayor Pro Tern Jaki Livingston called the City Council meeting to order at 6:01 P.M. 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 Bellizzi, 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 Fuder, Finance Director; Greg Staples, Police Chief; Lindsey Offenburger, City Clerk; Luke Nelson, City Manager; Jim Dougherty, City Attorney. 19-037 Motion by Riva, seconded by Baker to approve the agenda as amended by removing item =h" from the Consent Agenda and adding it to the Regular Agenda; adding item 19 - Consideration of a Resolution Granting Authority to Respond to RAGBRAI Request, carried .unanimously voice vote. Dedicated Work Session Discussion regarding Golf Carts on City Streets Discussion regarding setbacks related to Minimum Zoning Standards D!scussion regarding Animal Control & Zoning Ordinance related to dogs Welcome of guests & public comment Presentations Ally Balk, President of Norwalk Dance Marathon presented their mission statement and goals. Motion by Lester, seconded by Riva to approve the Minutes of the February 7, 2019 regular City Council meeting, carried unanimously, voice vote. Motion by Kuhl, seconded by Riva to approve the consent agenda which included: Renewal Class "C" Liquor License for Winn's Pizza & Steakhouse, 1611 Sunset Dr Ste 600; Setting Public Hearing for March 7, 2019 for the FY 2020 Capital Improvement Plan; Setting Public Hearing for March 7, 2019 for the FY 2020 Budget, Resolution 19022 setting the date for Public Hearing (March 7) on Proposal to enter into a General Obligation Public Safety Loan Agreement and to Borrow Money thereunder in a Principal Amount not to exceed $250,000; Resolution 19023 fixing a date for meeting to discuss entering into a General Fund Loan Agreement with Hubbell Realty Corporation for the Southern Ridge Lift Station Project; Resolution 19024 setting March 7, 2019 for a Public Hearing for an amendment to the Brody's Landing Planned Unit Development to change part of the Development from R-1 to R-2; Resolution 19026 authorizing the City of Norwalk to submit an application for Prairie Meadows Legacy Grant funding for Federal Fiscal Year 2020 - Bike Trail Connection to Great Western Trail; Resolution 19027 Appointing Brandon Foldes to the Board of Adjustment; and expenditures, carried unanimously, RC. Payee Description Amount ALADTEC INC ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTION 2,350.00 AMAZON FILM 2.469.19 BAKER & TAYLOR INC FILM 1,037.66 BAKER GROUP PS BUILDING REPAIR 218.68 BEARING HEADQUARTERS COMP PS BUILDING REPAIR 7.51 BLUESTONE ENGINEERING LIBRARY HVAC PROJECT 3,109.39 BOUND TREE MEDICAL LLC EMS MEDICAL SUPPLIES 684.10 BROWN EQUIPMENT RADIATOR/ISO-MOUNT 672.29 BUSINESS PUBLICATIONS COR BUSINESS RECORD 74.95 CAPITAL CITY FRUIT FRUIT - WELLNESS COMMITTEE 141.00 CAPITAL SANITARY SUPPLIES PS CUSTODIAL SUPPLY 150.43 CAPPEUS ACE HARDWARE MOUSE TRAPS 716.09 CARSON KLOCKO . UTILITY DEPOSIT REFUND - 422 SNYDER AVE 33.56 CATCHWlND MESSAGING SERVICE - OVERAGE 514.49 CINTAS BATHROOM CLEANING 110.83 CITY OF DES MOINES MAR 2019 WRA PAYMENT 104,732.90 CITY OF WEST DES MOINES WESTCOM FY18/19 FEB 19.382.38 CLIVE POWER EQUIPMENT PARTS FOR SNOW BLOWER 101.41 DEMCO SUPPLIES 282.71 DES MOINES IRON MATERIAL FOR #1047 PLOW 12.92 DES MOINES REGISTER DAILY AT CITY HALL 42.00 EAGLE ENGRAVING INC AWARDS 784.95 ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING & COVER/STACKABLE BOX 249.53 ELLIOT KLIMOWSKI REIMBURSEMENT- OFFICECHAIR 100.00 FARM & CITY SUPPLY DEF FLUID FOR DUMP TRUCKS81.90 FIRE SERVICE TRAINING BUR LANCASTER CLASS FEE 75.00 GALLS LLC BODY ARMOR - LEWISTON 1,084.40 GREGG YOUNG P-131 MOUNTS 4,398.10 HARVEY'S AUTOMOTIVE & PARTS FOR #1011 END LOADER 846.29 HAWKEYE TRUCK HOLLIE ASKEY REIMBURSEMENT - POSTAGE HOTSY CLEANING SYSTEMS FLEETWASH HYDRONIC ENERGY BLDG MAINTENANCE INDIANOLA RECORD HERALD SUBSCRIPTION INDOFF INC OFFICE SUPPLIES INLAND TRUCK PARTS COMPAN PARTS FOR DUMPTRUCK#1047 INTERSTATE ALL BATTERY CE BATTERIES IOWA ASSOCIATION OF MUNIC MARCH 2019-FEB 2020 DUE IOWA COIVlVlUNICATIONS NEFWORK I N T E R N ET CONNECTION EQUIPMENT SNOW PLOWBLADES-VARIOUS 804.00 44.67 476.00 218.03 16.00 761.90 78.74 307.66 941.00 352.50 IOWA IOWA SPORTS FOUNDATION IOWA WINDOW SERVICE INC JAMES OIL COMPANY LLC JOHANN SCHMOLCK JOHN DEERE FINANCIAL KATHY WILSON KELTEK INCORPORATED LANE INSURANCE AGENCY LASER RESOURCES MARTIN & JULIE VAN MAANEN MARTIN KNOLL DEPT OF TRANSPORTATI SIGN TUBING 4,435.29 MARY KAY JOHNSON MATHESON TRI-GAS. INC. MCCLURE ENGINEERING CO MEDIACOM MELLISA PHILLIPS-ADI MENARDS DES MOINES MICROMARKETING ASSOCIATES MIDAMERICAN ENERGY MOVIE LICENSING MUNICIPAL SUPPLY NANCY KUEHL NORTH WARREN TOWN & COUNT NORTHERN TOOL & EQUIPMENT OPTOMETRIC ASSOC INDIANOL PITNEY BOWES PLUMB CONSTRUCTION PLUMB SUPPLY POLICEONE COM POLK CO FIRE CHIEFS ASSOC PRAXAIR DISTRIBUT!ON INC PURCHASE POWER RAFE ALBERS RECORDED BOOKS INC REGISTER MEDIA SCHNEIDER GRAPHICS INC SCHOLASTIC INC SECURITY EQUIPMENT INC SENECA COMPANIES SHOTTENKIRK INDIANOLA SNYDER & ASSOCIATES INC 10WEEKWELLNESS CHALLENGE 418.00 CH EXTERIOR 93.50 GASOHOL & STATE TAX 18.717.37 REFUND - SOCCER 102.00 CLOTHING ALLOWANCE -VRBAN176.96 PRESENTER TUESDAY TALK 180.00 MOBILE COMPUTER REPAIR 79.75 PW DUMP TRUCK INS 798.00 COPIER CONTRACT 545.13 UTILITY DEPOSIT REFUND - 601 ORCHARD HILLS DR #7006 79.70 UTILITY DEPOSIT REFUND - 606 MARIE AVE 16.70 WOODEN DOWELS FOR CRAFTS & PUZZLE 70.04 EMS OXYGEN 203.40 NORWALK REGIONAL DETENTION POND 7,450.00 INTERNET SERVICE 204.90 UTILITY DEPOSIT REFUND - 751 KITTERMAN CIR 1.42 PS BUILDING REPAIR 153.38 BOOKS 863.76 9200 SUNSET DR 51.99 PERFORMANCE LICENSE 330.00 CLAMP & IPERL CABLE 1,439.10 REIMBURSEMENT- DADDY DAUGHTER DANCE DJ & VENUE 401.69 NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING 339.68 FUEL TANK & PUMP FOR GENERATOR - STORM 619.98 VISION BENEFIT - COBURN 250.00 POSTAGE MACHINE LEASE 590.96 SPORTS COMPLEX FENCING 537.00 PS BUILDING REPAIR 8.95 TASER INSTRUCTOR RECERTIFICATION 495.00 DUES 25.00 WELDING SUPPLIES & GAS 161.32 POSTAGE 273.52 UNIFORM ALLOW ALBERS 109.98 AUDIO BOOKS 22.50 NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING 68.63 AMBO GRAPHICS 3,789.71 BOOKS 152.10 CAM ERA 159.00 HOSE FOR GAS PUMP 87.74 COIL ASSEMBLY 87.46 DSM MPO STBG - IA 28 & NORTH/ BEARDSLEY INTERSECTIONS 2,296.00 SPRAYER SPECIALTIES INC PARTS FOR BRINE TANK 35.48 SPRINGER PEST SOLUTIONS PEST CONTROL 75.00 STANDRIDGE GROUP LLC BUSINESS CARDS 60.00 STRATUS BUILDING SOLUTIONS JANITORIAL SERVICES 1,096.00 STREICHER'S, INC LESS LETHAL LAUNCHER 697.04 SUNDOWN EQUIPMENT THROTTLE CABLE FOR KUBOTA 10.35 TAXPAYERS ASSOCIATION OF CAPITAL CROSSROADS 900.00 THE FILTER SHOP, INC PLEATED FILTERS 177.24 ULINE OPERATING SUPPLIES ! ,504.43 VERIZON WIRELESS CELLULAR SERVICE 1,450.44 WARREN CO SHERIFF INMATE TRANSPORT 810.00 WARREN COUNTY RECORDER RECORDING FEES 228.00 WINNERS CIRCLE AWARDS 120.00 YONG ZHU UTILITY REFUND - 2869 JADEN LN 34.77 ZIEGLER INC. BACKUP MASTER PIT GENERATOR ON OLD HWY 28 48,946.50 TOTAL 251,497.02 Consideration of a Resolution to approve 28E Agreement for Mutual Assistance for Warren County Area Fire/Rescue Services Motion by Kuhl, seconded by Baker to approve Resolution 19025 approving 28E Agreement for Mutual Assistarice for Warren County Area Fire/Rescue Services, carried unanimously, RC, :: Consideration Of a Resolution toapprove Engineering Services for Beardsley Street Transportetion Corridor Master Plan and North Avenue Transportation Corridor Master Pllun Motion by Riva, seconded by Kuhli approving Resolution 19028 approving Engineering Services for Beardsley S~pet Transportation Corridor Master Plan and North Avenue Transportation Corridor Master Plan carr ed unanimously, RC. Public Hearing for the Elizabeth Holland Park Infrastructure Improvements Project Mayor Pro Tern Livingston opened the public headng at 7:07 p.m. Lindsey Offenburger reported receiving no comments. Tony Belizzi, Veenstra & Kimm Engineer discussed the project. Mayor Pro Tern Livingston closed the public hearing at 7:14 p.m: Consideration of a Resolution approving plans, specifications, form of contract, and estimate of cost for the Elizabeth Holland Park InfrastruCture Improvements Project Motion by Lester, seconded by Kuhl, approving Resolution 19029 approving plans, specifications, form of contract, and estimate of cost for the Elizabeth Holland Park Infrastructure Improvements Project, carried unanimously, RC. Consideration of a Resolution to award contract to Caliber Concrete LLC in the amount of $787,506.95 for the Elizabeth Holland Park Infrastructure Improvements Project Motion by Riva, seconded by Kuhl, approving Resolution 19030 awarding contract to Caliber Concrete LLC in the amount of $787.506.95 for the Elizabeth Holland Park Infrastructure Improvements Project. carried unanimously, RC. Consideration of a Resolution to approve contract and bond for the Elizabeth Holland Park Infrastructure Improvements Project Motion by Riva, seconded by Baker, approving Resolution 19031 approving contract and bond for the Elizabeth Holland Park Infrastructure Improvements Project, carried unanimously, RC. Public Hearing for the Library HVAC Replacement Project Mayor Pro Tern Livingston opened the public hearing at 7:21 p.m. Lindsey Offenburger reported receiwng no comments. Holly Sealine and Lindsey Oftenburger discussed the project. Mayor ProTem Livingston closed the public hearing at 7:23 p.m. Consideration of a Resolution approving plans, specifications, form of contract, and estimate of cost for the Library HVAC Replacement Project Motion by Kuhl, seconded by Riva, approving Resolution 19032 approving plans, specifications, form of contract, and estimate of cost for the Library HVAC Replacement Project, carried unanimously, RC. Consideration of a Resolution to award contract to ACl Mechanical Inc. in the amount of $200,740.00 for the Library HVAC Replacement Project Motion by Baker, seconded by Lester, approving Resolution 19033 awarding contract to ACI Mechanical Inc. in the amount of $200,740.00 for the Library HVAC Replacement Project, carried unanimously, RC. Consideration of a Resolution to approve contract and bond for the Libra~ HVAC Replacement Project Motion by Lester. seconded by Riva, approving Resolution 19034 approving contract and bond for the Library HVAC Replacement Project, carried unanimously, RC. Consideration of a Resolution to approve the Site Plan of Oviatt Elementary School Motion by Riva. seconded by Baker, approving Resolution 19035 approving the Site Plan of Oviatt Elementary School. carried unanimously, RC. Consideration of a Resolution to approve the Highway 28 Corridor Management Agreement (28E) with the Iowa Department of Transportation Motion by Lester. seconded by Baker, approving Resolution 19036 approwng the Highway 28 Corridor Management Agreement (28E) with the Iowa Department of Transportation, carried unanimously, RC. Consideration of a Resolution to Grant Authority to Respond to RAGBRAI Request Motion by Lester, seconded by Kuhl, approving Resolution 19037 Granting Authority to Respond to RAGBRAI Request. carried unanimously~ RC. Council inquiries and staff updates Motion by Baker, seconded by Kuhl to adjourn at 8:00 p.m carried unanimously, FiC. Lindsey Offenburger, City Clerk Photo Printing is a full commercial printer located in Carlisle, Iowa. If you have a flyer, letterhead, envelope, brochure, magazine, newsletter, book, etc that you would like to have printed, give us a call for a Free Estimate. Photo Printing, Inc. 210 S. 1st Street Carlisle, Iowa 50047 515-989-3251