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Page Six N/Warren Town and County News Thursday, April 17, 2014 OFFICIAL PUBLICATION MINUTES OFTHE REGULAR NORWALK CITY COUNCIL MEETING ON 4-03-14 (abridged for publication) Mayor Tom Phillips called meeting at 705 North Avenue to order at 6:00 P.M. Present at roll call were Eric Delker, Erika Isley, Kyle Jackson, Jaki Livingston and Jamie Syivester. None were absent. (RC = roll cell vote) 14-060 Delker moved Isley seconded to approve Agenda with addition of class C native wine sales to Villagio's liquor license carded unanimously, voice vote. 14-061 Delker moved Livingston seconded to approve Minutes of March 6, 2014 regular meeting and March 24, 2014 special meeting carried unanimously, voice vote. Consent included tax abatement(s); liquor license(s) for Villagio's, Tacos Andreas, Christiani's and Blue Moon'; February monthly reports; Proclamation for Child Abuse Prevention month; RFP process for audit services and expenditures: ADVENT IN ADVERT CLOTH ALLOW $611.53 AIRPORT SIGNS BLDG REPAIR $45.00 ALAN WAUGH GLASSES $2(X).00 ALLEGRA FORMS $290.70 BETHANIE LAFFERTY CLASS $281.75 BLUE TARP FIN WASHER PARTS $51.92 BSN PASSONS OPER SUPPLIES $1,569.81 CAP SAN SUP OPER SUPPLIES $1,017.87 CARPENTER UNIF UNIFORM ALLOW $1,051.02 CATHY SNEDEKER REFUND $96.50 CERTIFIED POWER VEH REPAIR $161.46 CITY BRAKE & IMPORT REPAIR 45 $828.98 CITY OF DM DUES $250.00 CITY OF WDM MO OPER EXP $8,674.16 COMMONWEALTH SIREN REPAIR $520.89 COMM SOLUTIONS PHONES $70.00 CONSTR & AGGR PLOW BOLTS $144.50 CONTROL INSTALL ALARM MONIT $507.89 DAWN WASER REFUND $12.00 DM BICYCLE COLLECT TRAILS MAP $8.75 DM WATER WORKS DMWW $23,689.87 DOORS INC DOOR REPAIR $809.11 EXCEL MECH THERM REPAIR $2,400.00 FAM MED NORWALK FIRE PHYSICAL $840.00 FARMERS COOP DRUG DOG $34.13 FELD EQUIP EQUIPMENT $868.83 FREIGHTLINER REPAIR 52 $30.12 ~'= G & L CLOTH CLOTH ALLOW $490.10 GEN FIRE AND SAFE EXTING MAINT $1,817.90 GOPHER SPORT o OPER SUPPLIES $916.51 HALLETT MATERIALS STREET SUPPLIES $976.74 HOLMES CHEV VEH REPAIRS $346.06 HOTSY CLEAN SYS EQUIP MAINT $45.00 HUTCHINSON SALT MEDIUM ROCK $7,531.65 IND PUB ADVISOR QUART RETAINER $2,000.00 INDOFF SUPPLIES $813.36 INTL CODE SUBSCRIPTIONS $117.00 IA ASSN OF MUN UTIL MEMBERSHIP $716.36 IA HEAD & NECK PHYSICAL $109.00 IA LAW ENF ACAD ED/TRAIN $250.00 IA ONE CALL LOCATES $77.60 IA PARK AND REC CPO MAN CLASS $45.00 IA WINDOW SVC BLDG MAINT $80.00 JAMES OIL FUEL $14,419.47 JAN REECE CLOTH ALLOW $20.00 JO SNYDER MTG/SUPPLIES $62.82 KABEL BUS SVCS HRA CKS $172.44 KELTEK SIREN REPAIR $765.36 KUEHL, NANCY REIMBURSE SUP $402.96 LANDS END BUS OUT COUNCIL ALLOW $137.80 LASER RESOURCES EQUIP CONT $37.13 LISA NICHOLSON REFUND $15.00 LIVING MAGAZINE LOCAL DISPLAY $900.00 LUCINDA SPERRY PAINT CANVAS $60.00 MAIN STREET MONT CLASS $445.00 MARTIN MARIETTA ICE SAND $523.18 MATHESON LINWELD SUPPLIES " $296.68 MCLAUGHLIN INTL OPER SUP $1,868.94 MENARDS VEH REPAIRS $208.02 METRO WASTE COLLECTION $9,554.52 MICHELLE TOMKINS REFUND $24.00 MIDWEST BREATH NEPA TEST $125.00 MUNICIPAL SUP SUPPLIES $146.70 MURPHY TRACTOR EQUIPMENT $48.21 NIKKEL & ASSOC BLDG MAINT PW $496.57 N WAR TOWN & CTY PUB HEARING $380.42 NORWALK HS DANCE $900.00 HS DANCE TEAM DJ FEES $300.00 O'HALLORAN INTL VEH REPAIR $2,406.46 OREILLY AUTO PARTS REPAIR $19.98 ~mk,.' OUR DESIGNS CLOTH ALLOW $475.35 OVERHEAD DOOR BAY DOOR $668.00 PIONEER MFG EQUIPMENT $855.00 PITNEY BOWES POSTAGE LEASE $114.00 PUSH PEDAL PULL TREADMILL $413.00 REGISTER MEDIA PUBLICATIONS $146.77 RYAN COBURN REIMBURSE $45.00 SAM OPPEL REFUND $109.25 SCOTTS FOODS SUPPLIES $374.74 SHAWNNA NIELSEN REFUND $46.00 SHRED IT ON SITE SHRED $46.14 SNYDER & ASSOC PROF SVCS $3,705.00 SPRINGER PEST PEST CONTROL $68.00 STANDRIDGE GROUP FIRE BUS CARDS $753.25 STOREY KENWORTHY LASER AP CKS $621.64 SYNTECH SYSTEMS MAINTENANCE . $1,149.75 TERMINIX PEST CONTROL $460.00 THE DM REGISTER SERVICE $31.00 TONY STRAVERS CLOTH ALLOW $120.74 TRACY LLOYD REFUND $12.00 USPS POSTAGE $300.00 VERIZON TELECOM $1,948.29 VOORHEES TAEK3NONDO $679.60 WARREN CO ECON GROWARREN $12,500.00 WDM TRUE VALUE HEAT LAMP BULB $3.04 WDM POLICE DEPT TRAINING $30.00 14-062 Delker moved Sylvester seconded to approve Consent Agenda. carried 4-0 by voice vote, with Jackson abstaining. ,It Mayor opened Public Nearing at 6:51 concerning 2014 Norwalk NClS Im- provements project proposed plans, specifications, form of contract and esti- mate of cost. Rosiennoted no written or oral comment was received. With no one present wishing to speak, Mayor closed Public Hearing at 6:52 p.m. 14-063 Isley moved Delker seconded to adopt Resolution 0403-14-31 finally approving and confirming plans, specifications, form of contract and esti- mate of cost for the 2014 Norwalk NCIS Improvements project. RC passe~ unanimously. 14-064 Sylvester moved Delker seconded to adopt Resolution 0403-14-32 re- jecting bids for 2014 NCIS Improvements project. RC passed 4-0 with Jack- son abstaining. 14-065 Livingston moved Isley sefionded to adopt amended Resolution 0403- 14-33 setting July 17, 2014 (changed from April "l 7, 2014) as dale lr~r .~,alm of General Obligation Corporate Purpose Bonds, Series 2014A and authoriz- ing use of a preliminary official statement in connection therewith. RC passed unanimously. 14-066 Jackson moved Sylvester seconded to pass first reading of an Ordi- nance rescinding portion of Ordinance No. 08-08 addressing sale of spe- cific portion of primary road No. IA 296 (formerly IA 28). RC passed unani- mously. 14-067 Sylvester moved Delker seconded to pass first reading of an Ordi- jlance amending the Code of Ordinances of the City of Norwalk, Iowa, Chap- ter 50, by amending sections of the Nuisance Code. RC passed unanimously. 14-068 Sylvester moved Delker seconded to adopt Resolution 0403-14=34 ap- proving an agreement with Business Publications Corp. to create e new Norwalk Community Development guide in conjunction with the 2014 Home Show Expo. RC passed 4-1 with Isley voting nay. 14-069 Livingston moved Jackson seconded to pass the first reading of an Ordinance creating Chapter 170,Temporary Structure. RC passed unani- mously. t4-070 Isley moved Livingston seconded to adopt Resolution 0403.14-35 ap- proving the LED retrofit of the existing streetlights along Colonial Parkway. RC passed unanimously. 14-071 Livingston moved Isley seconded to adjourn to closed session at 8:30 RM. pursuant to Iowa Code Chapter 21.5 (1)(h) to avoid disclosure of specific law enforcement matters, such as allowable tolerances or criteria for the selec- tion, prosecution, or settlement of cases, which if disclosed would facilitate dis- regard of requirements imposed by law. RC passed unanimously. 14-072 Jackson moved Delker seconded to go back into open session. RC passed unanimously. No action related to closed session. 14-073 Livingstonmoved Jackson seconded to adjourn meeting at 8:55 P.M. Voice vote passed unanimously. Tom Phillips, Mayor Jeff Rosien, City Clerk / Finance Officer OFFICIAL PUBLICATION MINUTES TO BE APPROVED AT THE APRIL 15, 2014 MEETING April 4, 2014 The Warren County Board of Supervisors met Friday, April 4, 2014, at 1:00 p.m. with Supervisors' Doug Shull, Steve Wilson and Dean Yordi ;)resent. The follow- ing business was had to-wit; RESOLUTION 14-37APPROVE LIQUOR LICENSE sHADY OAKS GOLF COURSE BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby ap- proves the Class B Beer (BB)(includes Wine Coolers) for Shady Oaks Golf Course, 18169 Highway 92, Indianola, IA effective 4-10-14 thru 4-9-15. Carried unanimously RESOLUTION 14-38 APPROVE SEVERANCE AGREEMENT BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby ap- proves the Resignation of Employment and Release Agreement between War- ren County, Iowa and Jerry Sinclair. Carried unanimously I a at the )R iqA BI I.A[ ..... .!::. Not t Ave. 98141217 Tuesday, April 22 Pre-School Story Time, 10:30-11 a.m. For 3-6 year- olds, join us for stories, finger plays, songs and flannel boards! Parents, expect some interaction with your little ones and helpful tips on early literacy skills you can use at home. This storytime is also a good fit for parents attending with several children and for daycare groups. Wednesday, April 23 Take a Break, 10:30-11:15 a.m. For adults and preschoolers, join us in this collaborative program. Con- nect with other adults who take care of preschoolers - sharing ideas and getting resources or short programs, while the kids do age-appropriate activities that encolar- age purposeful play and child development. Adults will also get a chance to play! Meets Wednesdays through April 30. 4th- 5th Grade Book Club, 2-2:45 p.m. On the fourth Wednesday of each month, join us for book talks, ac- tivities and snacks. Bring what you are currently read- hag or come to get some ideas for new reads. Thursday, April 24 Toddler Time, 10:30-11 a.m. For ages 18 months to 3 years, join us for stories, finger plays, songs and flannel boards! Parents, expect lots of interaction with your little ones and some helpful tips on early literacy skills you can use at home. Pajama Story Time, 7-7:30 p.m. Can't make it to a morning storytime or prefer an evening storytime? Stop by the library for Pajama Storytime! This storytime in- cludes flannel boards, music and stories. Everyone is welcome. Upon proper motion the meeting was adjourned. ATFEST: AUDITOR, Traci VanderLinden CHAIR, Doug Shufl SHERIFF'S REPORT Disclaimer: All defendants are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. ACCIDENTS Mary Janette May, 56, April4-11:03 p.m.: Tif-Indiafiola, was traveling fany Etter, 29, Des Moines, northbound approaching was traveling eastboundmile marker 66. Deer ran on Hwy 5. A coyote en- out of the ditch from east tered the roadway from to west. Driver could not the north and struck the stop in time and hit the vehicle on the left side of deer. No injuries. Esti- the car causing damage to mated damage $13,000. left side and door. Vehicle towed to Auberts. April 9 - 6:03 a.m.: proven guilty March 30 Residential dwelling fire, 400 block Pine Av- enue. April 2 Hit and Run Vehicle Crash, undetermined loca- tion; report made. A_.pril 3 Missing Cell Phone, 1300 blockof E. 17th Street, report made; phone was later located and re- turned to owner. A__pdl 4 Possession Alcohol Un- der Age, 900 block North Avenue, Kelli Newhall and Olivia Lucas, both of Norwalk, were charged with Possession of Alcohol OFFICIAL PUBLICATION NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING NORWALK SCHOOL DISTRICT AMENDMENT OF CURRENT BUDGET FISCAL YEAR 2013/2014 Department of Management Form S-A Pablication Date of Public Hearing: April 28, 2014 rime of Public Hearing: 6:00 p.m. Location of Public Hearing: Oviatt Elementary School, 716 School Avenue, Norwalk, Iowa The Board of Directors will conduct a public hearing at the above-noted time and place for the purpose of amending the current school budget by changing estimates of expenditures in the following areas by the following amounts: Area From To Reasons Instruction 17,274,977 17,500,000 SINA, Grants, Com~uters 7,386,169 7,500,000 Personnel, Grants 1,031,010 1,100,000 Personnel, Food Costs 4,751,755 4,800,000 Roofin~ & Other Facilities Maintenance total Support Services Noninstructional Programs Total Other Expenditures This change in estimates of expenditures will be financed from increased receipts and balances not budgeted or considered in the current budget. There will be no increase in taxes to be paid in the fiscal year ending June 30, 2014. At the heasing, any resident or taxpayer may present objections to, or arguments in favor of, any part of the proposed amendment. A detailed statement of additional receiptsother than taxes, balances on hand at the close of the preceding fiscal year, and proposed expenditures, both past and anticipated, will be available at the hearing. POLICE REPORT Disclaimer: All defendants are innocent until in a court of law. Under Age; subjects were cited and released. Harassment Report, 9300 block Lakewood Pointe Drive; turned over to West Des Moines Police Department for investiga- tion. A__pfiI 6 Theft Report, 1500 block Sunset Drive; report made. A__p ril 9 Theft from Building, 2900 block Sunset Drive; suspect was identified and later returned to pay for the property; no charges tiled. Identity Theft, 1100 block of Maple; report made and will be for- warded to the Internal Revenue Service. Harassment Report, 1100 block of Maple; Lrdor- mation taken for report; case active, pending fur- ther investigation. Theft from Motor Ve- hicle, 1000 block of Sunset Drive; report made. Found Property, 400 block of Knoll Drive; prop- erty seized, pending iden- tification of the owner. LIBRARY HOURS Mondav - Thursday 10 a.m. - 8 p.m. Friday & Saturday 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Sunday, 1 - 5 p.m. Closed Sundays 0VImaorial Day-Lalmr Day)