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Thursday, March 21, 2019 N/Warren Town and County News Pan'Nine OFFICIAL PUBLICATION UNABRIDGED MINUTES OFTHE NORWALK REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING ON 3-7-19 (Minutes to be approved at the April 4, 2019 meeting) Mayor Tom Phil!ips called the City Council meeting to order at 6:00 RM. 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; Wayne Schwartz, Public Works Director; Ryan Coburn, Fire Chief; Nancy Kuehl, Park & Recreation Director; Hollie Askey, Economic Development Director; Jean Furler, Finance Director; Greg Staples, Police Chief; Kerri Keyte, Human Resources and Accounting Specialist; Luke Nelson, City Manager; Jim Dougherty, City Attorney. Motion by Baker, seconded by Riva to approve the agenda as amended by removing item "b" from the Consent Agenda and adding it to the Regular Agenda, carried unanimously voice vote. Welcome of guests & public comment Motion by Baker, seconded by Livingston to approve the Minutes of the February 21,2019 regular City Council meeting, carried unanimously, voice vote. Motion by Lester, seconded by Kuhl to approve the consent agenda which included: Resolution 19039 approving first and final Commercial Grant Program Payment to G&J Properties (Little Hands Big Dreams - 812 Main) in the amount of $930.00; Resolution 19040 Appointing Zach Webster to the Planning & Zoning Commission; Resolution 19041 Ordering Construction of Certain Public Improvements, Approving Preliminary Plans, and Fixing a Date for Hearing Thereon (April 18, 2019) and Taking of Bids Therefor for Windflower Park Sanitary & Storm Sewer Improvements; Resolution 19042 to Approve the Bid Award & Contract between the City of Norwalk and Ross Chemical Systems; Resolution 19043 to Approve the Execution of Easements for the Delaware Street Sanitary Sewer Extension Phase 2 & 3 Project; and expenditures, carried unanimously, RC. Payee Description Amount AHLERS & COONEY, P.C. LABOR RELATIONS 100.00 AMAZON FILM 540.06 BAKER & TAYLOR INC FILM 536.96 BLUESTONE ENGINEERING LIBRARY AIR CONDITIONER15,891.97 CAPITAL CITY EQUIPMENT CO CLEANING SUPPLIES 64.28 CAPITAL SANITARY SUPPLIES CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES 180.07 CARLISLE AREA CHAMBER OF LEGISLATIVE LUNCH & LEARN - LIVINGSTON 20.00 CENTURYLINK PHONE SERVICE 1,476.10 CHRISTINE TAPIAS UTILITY DEPOSIT REFUND - 1421 HUNTER DR 39.74 CINTAS BATHROOM CLEANING 160.75 CITY OF WEST DES MOINES WESTCOM FY16/19 MAR 29,798.58 CONTRACTOR SOLUTIONS TRENCH SHORING OPERATING SUPPLIES/SHIPPING 700.47 DES MOINES IRON WATER HYDRANT MARKERS 51.90 DES MOINES WATER WORKS 746 COUNTY LINE RD 39,248.77 DOWNEY TIRE REPAIR FLAT TIME ON #1010 398.77 ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING & BLDG MAINTENANCE 103.99 FARM & CITY SUPPLY PARTS FOR #1011 LOADER20.49 FOTH INFRASTRUCTURE & ENVlRONM, LLC WINDFLOWER & SHARON HEIGHTS DRAINAGE STUDY 10,025.00 FREEDOM TIRE & AUTO CENTE P-132 REPAIR 662.28 G & J PROPERTIES LLC COMMERCIAL GRANT PROGRAM 930.00 G & L CLOTHING CLOTHINGALLOWANCE-WAUGH 210.58 GALLS LLC UNIFORMS - MARTIN 827.16 GARRETT WESTVOLD TOBACCO COMPLIANCE CHECKS 400.00 GOPHER SPORT NETS/BAGS/COLD PACK 461.96 GRANICUS GOVDELIVERY 5,194.00 GREGG YOUNG P-131 REPAIR 1,529.93 GREY HOUSE PUBLISHING BOOKS 178.50 HAWKEYE TRUCK EQUIPMENT PARTS FOR #1025 PICK UP 1,465.69 INDIANOLA POLICE DEPARTME CELLEBRITE RENEWAL 740.00 INDOFF INC OFFICE SUPPLIES 216.52 INLANDTRUCK PARTS COMPAN CABLE FOR SNOW PLOW 137.60 IOWACOX,~UNICA'I'IE)k~N~ ICN CONNECTION 352.50 IOWA D.A.R.E. ASSOCIATION DARE - DUNLOP 100.00 IOWA LEAGUE OF CITIES GRANTFINDER 50.00 IOWA ONE CALL LOCATION NOTIFICATIONS 90.10 IOWA PRISON INDUSTRIES SIGNS & MISC - STREETS 2,873.10 IOWA WINDOW SERVICE INC PS WINDOW CLEANING 230.00 JAMES OIL COMPANY LLC GASOHOL & STATE TAX 8,191.99 JOE BALLARD BOOTS (CLOTHING ALLOWANCE) 233.19 KATHLEEN RINARD UTILITY DEPOSIT REFUND - 1500 NORTH AVE 18.40 KIM MILLIKEN REIMBURSEMENT FOR CORRECTION OF ILLEGAL CONNECTION 580.78 LARRY R SHIRK & UNDA M SHIRK PERPETUAL SANITARY SEWER EASEMENT & TEMP CONSTRUCT- ION EASEMENT 8,456.00 LLC CENTURYLINK COMMUNICA LONG DISTANCE 27.57 MENARDS DES MOINES PAINT - SHOP 129.34 METRO WASTE AUTHORITY MONTHLY CURB IT FEE 45,975.82 MICROMARKETING ASSOCIATES BOOKS 893.10 MIDAMERICAN ENERGY GAS/ELECTRIC 20,624.82 MIDCO DIVING & MARINE SERVICES, INC WATER TOWER TANK CLEANING & INSPECTION 2,699.00 MIDWEST AUTOMATIC FIRE SPRINKLER CO REPLACE PIPE 890.00 NATHAN KATZER REFUND -YEL JR ROBOTICS LEAGUE 62.00 NEUMANN BROTHERS, INC HYDRANT RENTAL DEPOSIT REFUND 1,800.00 NORTH WARREN TOWN &COUNT NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING 464.62 O'HALLORAN INTERNATIONAL PARTS FOR #1048 DUMPTRUCK193.20 OVERHEAD DOOR COMPANY UP DOWN STATIONS (3) 369.00 PENWORTHY COMPANY BOOKS 103.06 PFM FINANCIAL ADVISORS LL WHITEBIRCH SOFTWARE 5,000.00 PURCHASE POWER PS POSTAGE 320.99 RAYMOND R. ZELIADT JR & PERP SAN. SWR EASEMENT, TEMP CONST EASEMENT, & TEMP INGRESS/ EGRESS EASEMENT 1.00 RECORDED BOOKS INC AUDIO BOOKS 23.98 RICHARD DUNN TEMPORARY CONSTRUCTION EASE- MENT - DELAWARE SEWER PHASE 2 & 3 221.00 ROBERT M. DUNN II TERMPORARY CONSTRUCTION EASE- MENT - DELAWARE SEWER PHASE 2 & 3 221.00 ROBIN LEAPER REIMBURSEMENT - SUPPLIES DADDY DAUGHTER DANCE 31.95 ROYS SERVICE P131 TOWING 125.00 SAM'S CLUB / SYNCHRONY BA DADDY DAUGHTER DANCE SUPPLIES 526.02 SCOTT MERRIMAN INC PARKING TICKETS 810.00 SENECA COMPANIES PARTS FOR THE GAS PUMP 198.17 SETH ZRUCKY REIMBURSE - PARKING EXPENSE 10.00 SHRED IT PS SHREDDING 68.45 SIRCHIE EVIDENCE BAGS 64.40 SPRINGER PEST SOLUTIONS PS PEST CONTROL 68.00 RUEPKE CONSTRUCTION New homes, remodels, additions, and home improvements Over 30 years experience in new home construction Call Larry Ruepke 641-203-9111 STANDRIDGE GROUP LLC WORK ORDERS 170.00 STRATUS BUILDING SOLUTIONS JANITORIAL SERVICES 1,096.00 SUNDOWN EQUIPMENT 2 CUTTING EDGES 244.93 SUSANNAH PAEPER UTILITY DEPOSIT REFUND - 4704 CANDLEWICK DR 33.56 SYNTECH SYSTEMS FUELMASTER STANDARD MAINTENANCE 1,275.00 THOMAS M. DUNN TEMPORARY CONSTRUCTION EASEMENT - DELAWARE SEWER PHASE 2 & 3 221.00 TIM HILDRETI-tCO BOILER ISSUES 1,164.33 UTILITY DEPOSI" REFUNDS - 2019 UTILITY DEPOSIT REFUND - 1017 NORWOOD CT 136.64 VEENSTRA & tlMM INC. HIGH ROAD EXT CONCEPT PLAN 23,586.28 WARREN CO ~ERIFF INMATE TRANSPORT 990.00 WARREN COUITY LAND COMPANY, LLC PERPETUAL SANITARY SEWER EASEMENT AND TEMPORARY CONSTRUCTION EASEMENT 1.00 WES JARNAGN, INC PAINTING/SANDBLASTING BOOSTER STN 12,500.00 WlLMA L. DUNg TEMPORARY CONSTRUCTION EASEMENT - DELAWARE SEWER PHASE 2 & 3 663.00 WOODMAN CONTROLS COMPANY PS HVAC 241.50 YOUTH ENRICHMENT LEAGUE ROBOTIC-SCIENCE 1,440.00 ZlEGLER INC. SNOW PLOW BOLTS #1044 6,447.67 J & K CONTRACTING, LLC LAK~DRIMPRPROJECT 18,218.15 CAPITAL SANITARY SUPPLIES CLEANING SUPPLIES 64.28 CHRIS FISCHER UTILITY DEPOSIT REFUND - 1017 NORWOOD CT 66.45 KRISTEN MAL/.KE UTILITY DEPOSIT REFUND - 2221 NORTH AVE 70.19 TOTAL 284,039.65 Motion by Baker seconded by Livingston to approve consent agenda item b, Tax Abatementsmotion carried on roll call vote; Ayes: Baker, Kuhl, Livingston, and Riva. Abstm: Lester. " Public Hearingior FY 2020 Capital Improvement Plan Mayor Phillips q~ened the public hearing at 6:05 p.m. Kerri Keyte reported receiving no comments. Mayor Phillips closed the public hearing at 6:05 p.m. Consideration of a Resolution to approve the FY 2020 Capital Improvement Plan Motion by Livirgston, seconded by Baker, approving Resolution 19044 approving the Fv 2020 Capital Improvement Plan, carried unanimously, RC. Public Hearing for FY 2020 Budget Mayor Phillips opened the public hearing at 6:11 p.m. Kerri Keyte reported receiving no comments. Mayor Phillips closed the public hearing at 6:11 p.m. Consideration of a Resolution to approve the FY 2020 Budget Motion by Kuhl, seconded by Riva, approving Resolution 19038 approving the FY 2020 Budget carried unanimously, RC. Consideration of a Resolution adopting the City of Norwalk Budget Transfers for FY 2020 Motion by Baker, seconded by Riva, approving Resolution 19045 adopting the City of Norwalk Budget Transfers for FY 2020, carried unanimously, RC. Public Hearing on proposal to enter into a General Obligation Public Safety Loan Agreement Mayor Phillips opened the public hearing at 6:13 p.m. Kerri Keyte reported receiving no comments. Mayor Phillips closed the public hearing at 6:13 p.m. Consideration d a Resolution taking additional action on proposal to enter into a General Obligation Public Safety Loan Agreement and providing for the levy of taxes to pay the same Motion by Kuhl, seconded by Baker, approving Resolution 19046 taking additional action on proposal to enter into a General Obligation Public Safety Loan Agreement and providing for the levy of taxes to pay the same, carried unanimously, RC. 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 Mayor Phillips opened the public hearing at 6:15 p.m. Kerri Keyte reported receiving no comments. Luke Parris discussed the change. Mayor Phillips closed the publichearing at 6:15 p.m. Consideration d a Resolution to approve an amendment to the Brody's Landing Plannet Unit Development from R-1 to R-2 Motion by Baker, seconded by Riva, approving Resolution 19047 approving an amendment to the Brody's Landing Planned Unit Development from R-1 to R-2, motion carried on roll call vote: Ayes: Baker, Kuhl, Lester, and Riva. Nays: Livingston. Consideration (~ a Resolution to approve the Preliminary Plat of Brody's Landing Plat I Motion by Baker,;econded by Kuhl, approving Resolution 19048 approving the Preliminary I~t of Brody's Landing Plat 1 Public Hearing ~r Delaware Street Sanitary Sewer Extension Phase 2 & 3 Mayor Phillips opned the public hearing at 6:20 p.m. Kerri Keyte reported receiving no cotments. Anthony Bellizzi, Veenstra & Kimm Engineer, discussed the pr~ct. Mayor Phillips closed the public hearing at 6:20 p.m. Consideration oa Resolution approving plans, specs, form of contract and estimate of ost for Delaware Street Sanitary Sewer Extension Phase 2&3 Motion by Kuhl, sconded by Riva, approving Resolution 19049 approving plans, specs, formf contract and estimate of cost for Delaware Street Sanitary Sewer Extension base 2 & 3, carried unanimously, RC. Consideration of L Resolution awarding contract to McAninch Corporation in the amount ,f $390,000.00 for Delaware Street Sanitary Sewer Extension Phas(2 & 3 Motion by Baker, ;econded by Kuhl, approving Resolution 19050 awarding ADVERTISE WITH US An ad in our newspaper is a great way to promote ,our business or upcoming event! There is lo time commitment to advertise with us aad our newspaper reaches around 1600 people each week. An ad this size only costs $25.50 a week! ! ! Smaller and larger ad sizes are available as well as the opportunity to place iaserts in our newspaper. Stop in, call us, or email us today. It pays to advertise! contract to McAninch Corporation in the amount of $390,000.00 for Delaware Street Sanitary Sewer Extension Phase 2 & 3, carried unanimously, RC. Consideration of a Resolution to approve contract and bond for the Delaware Street Sanitary Sewer Extension Phase 2 & 3 Motion by Baker, seconded by Kuhl, approving Resolution 19051 approving contract and bond for the Delaware Street Sanitary Sewer Extension Phase 2 & 3, carried unanimously, RC. Public Hearing/Discussion on General Fund Loan/Development Agreement Mayor Phillips opened the public hearing at 6:29 p.m. Kerri Keyte reported receiving no comments. Luke Nelson, City Manager, discussed the agreement. Mayor Phillips closed the public hearing at 6:29 p.m. Consideration of a Resolution Taking Additional Action to Enter into a General Fund Loan/Development Agreement Motion by Baker, seconded by Riva, approving Resolution 19052 Taking Additional Action to Enter into a General Fund Loan/Development Agreement, motion carried on roll call vote; Ayes: Baker, Kuhl, Livingston, and Riva. Nays: Lester. Consideration of a Resolution to approve the Preliminary Plat of Legacy Commercial Plat 9 Motion by Baker, seconded by Kuhl, approving Resolution 19053 approving the Preliminary Plat of Legacy Commercial Plat 9, carried unanimously, RC. Consideration of a Resolution approving the Site Plan of Li! Scholars Preschool & Childcare Motion by Riva, seconded by Livingston, approving Resolution 19054 approving the Site Plan of Lil Scholars Preschool & Childcare, carried unanimously, RC. Consideration of a Resolution Approving a Supplemental Construction Agreement with J & K Contracting, LLC for Lakewood Drive Improvements Project Motion by Riva, seconded by Baker, approving Resolution 19055 Approving a Supplemental Construction Agreement with J & K Contracting, LLC for Lakewood Drive Improvements Project, carried unanimously, RC. Consideration of a Resolution Accepting Work Covering the Lakewood Drive Improvements Project Motion by Kuhl, seconded by Baker, approving Resolution 19056 Accepting Work Covering the Lakewood Drive Improvements Project, motion carried on roll call vote; Ayes: Baker, Kuhl, Lester, and Riva. Abstain: Livingston. Consideration of the first and possibly more readings of an Ordinance adopting the Norwalk, Iowa, Municipal Code, 2019 Motion by Kuhl, seconded by Livingston to pass the first reading of an Ordinance adopting the Norwalk, Iowa, Municipal Code, 2019, carried unanimously, RC. Consideration of the first and possibly more readings of an Ordinance Creating Chapter 119, Norwalk Code, Providing for the Permitting and Regulation of Massage Establishments and Therapists, for the City of Norwalk, Iowa Motion by Baker, seconded by Kuhl to pass the first reading of an Ordinance Creating Chapter 119, Norwalk Code, Providing for the Permitting and Regulation of Massage Establishments and Therapists, for the City of Norwalk, Iowa, carried unanimously, RC. Motion by Kuhl, seconded by Livingston to pass the second and third readings of Ordinance 19-05 Creating Chapter 119, Norwalk Code, Providing for the Permitting and Regulation of Massage Establishments and Therapists, for the City of Norwalk, Iowa, motion carried or~ roll call vote; Ayes: Baker, Kuhl, Livingston, and Riva. ~a~,s: Lester. " Council inquiries and staff updates Motion by Baker, seconded by Livingston to adjourn at 7:47 p.m carried unanimously, RC. Lindsey Offenburger, City Clerk OFFICIAL PUBLICATION City of Norwalk ORDINANCE NO. 19-05 AN ORDINANCE CREATING CHAPTER 119, NORWALK CODE, PROVIDING FOR THE PERMITTING AND REGULATION OF MASSAGE'-" ESTABLISHMENTS AND THERAPISTS, FOR THE CITY OFNORWALK,: IOWA Passed by City Council on March 7, 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 httD://www.norwalk.iowalo ov/9overnment/oublic documents/codes fees and polices []es Moines Golf and Country Club NOW HIRING Full Time, Part Time & Seasonal Iil " DES Momnzs GOLF ~0~ N TlllY Q~'Ji Sewers / Bussers Bartenders Locker Room Attendants Bar Cart Drivers Pool Snack Bar Housekeeping Outside Golf Services Starter/Rangers Golf Course Maintenance Minimum Age 16 all positions. Flexible work schedules, excellent benefits, uniforms, free meals, scholarship assistance and employee golf. 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