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Thursday, May 1, 2014 N/Warren Town and County News Page Thirteen WARRIOR RUN Concluded from p. 1 AGENDA Concluded from p. 1 FOOD DRIVE Concluded from p. 1 for both and junior golf, both girls and boys. A driving range is available for golfers and in the fall of this year a learning center is being built. According to Nitzschke-Henrich, the learning center will be an all- Weather facility and golfers will be able to practice their golf swing no matter what the weather is outside. Warrior Run is a supporter of Golf for Injured Veter- ans Everywhere (GOLF). Nine years ago, Lou King, founded GOLF in Iowa City at Riverside Golf. Accord- ing to the GIVE website, their purpose is to provide a structured golf program for injured Iowa Veterans. GOLF helps to enhance injured veterans' mental, social, physical and emotional well-being and improve their quality of life. There are 20 courses in Iowa where vet- erans may go and play, whether they are new to golf or experienced golfers. I:o reserve a tee time, call the clubhouse at 981-0266 or visit the website at www.warriorrungolf.com. WULF Concluded from p. 1 writing. At stake for Norwalk was approximately $770,000 for salaries, new teachers, better training and assessment. New Secondary Curriculum Director Amy Gage as- sumed much of the facilitation of a dedicated group of Norwalk parents and educators. These volunteers un- dertook the huge task of researching best practice and writing the grant. They studied, talked and planned for months before submitting the grant for possible ap- proval. The grant was selected with an exemplary score. We have nowbegun the process of identifying our local teacher leaders. We have many to choose from! These new teacher leaders will focus on refining the Norwalk Core content standards, aligning our work to the new state-required Smarter Balanced testing, infus- ing technology into the lives of our children and re- searching best practices to teach all students. We will keep the community informed of our progress. This is another great opportunity to celebrate something great for Norwalk students! Go Warriors!! Proclamation(s) - NALC Food Drive, Police Week, EMS Week Public Works Week. Special Events permit(s) - RUNorwalk and Warrior Run. Receive and file FY 2013 audit. 7. Public Hearing and Consideration of Ordinance amending the master plan and rules, regulations and guidelines for the Legacy Planned Unit Development as contained in Ordinance No. 06-05. 8. Consideration of second reading (and possibly 3rd reading) of an Ordinance amending the official zoning map of the City of Norwalk, Iowa by rezoning certain property from A-R, agricultural reserve to R-l, Single family residential (located at the Countryside Golf Course/Warrior Run Estates). 9. Consideration and second reading (and possibly 3rd reading) of an Ordinance amending the official zon- ing map of the City of Norwalk, Iowa by rezo .ning cer- tain property from A-R, agricultural reserve to R-l, single family Tesidential (located off 50th Street). 10. Consideration of third (final) reading Of a pro- posed Ordinance amending the Code of Ordinances of the City of Norwalk, Iowa, Chapter 50, by amending the sections of the Nuisance Code. 11. Consideration of third (final) reading of a pro- posed Ordinance adding to the Code of Ordinances of the City of Norwalk, Iowa, Chapter 170, Temporary Structure. 12. Consideration and second (and possibly third) reading of a proposed Ordinance amending speed regu- lations on IA 28 (Sunset Drive) northbound and south- bound by amending Chapter 63 of the Norwalk Code. 13. Consideration of a Resolution approving the sec- ond amended and restated agreement of the Des Moines Metropolitan Wastewater Reclamation Authority (WRA). 14. Consideration of ResOlution authorizing the mayor to execute an agreement for professional services related to a zoning code update in an amount not to exceed $15,000. 15. Discussion and possible consideration of a Reso- lution of support for the Tomorrow Plan. 16. Council Inquiries and staff updates. 17. Adjournment. OFFICIAL PUBLICATION County, Iowa NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING AMENDMENT OF CURRENT CiTY BUDGET Form 653.C1 The City Council of Cummlng in WARREN will meet at 649 N 44th Street at 7:00 to.m on May 12, 2014 (hour) (Date) .for the purpose of amending the current budget of the city for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2014 (year) by chang ng estimates of revenue and expenditure appropriations in the following programs for the reasons given. Additional detail is available at the city clerk's office showing revenues and exper~itures by fund type and by activity. Total Budget Total Budget as certified Current after Current or last amended Amendme~ Amendment Re,enue- a- Vl, i - -- :!!!/!!!:.!!!!!!!!!!! Taxes Levied on Property 1 247,671 C 247,671 Less; Uncollected ProperW, Taxes-Levy Year 2 0 C (; Net Current Property Taxes 3 247,671 C 247,671 Delinquent Property Taxes 4 0 C (~ TIF Revenues 5 0 C (~ Other City Taxes 6 1,381 C 1,381 Licenses & Permits 7 9,50G 9,50(3 Use of Money and Property O 6,300 C 6,300 Intergovemmeofal g 16,000 C 16,00G Charges for Services 10 17,g00 20,00C 37,00C Special Assessments ~ 11 0 C C Miscellaneous 12 0 45,0(X 45,00(; Other Financing Sources 13 10,752 33,74(: 44,492 [oral Revenues anO Uther ~ources 1~1 L~Jt~,t~)q ~,/44. 4ur,;.444 -=_ - , -I- =-; 2- Public Safety 15 36,52~ 0l Public Works 16 104,20~ 25.0(X Health and Social Services 17 1,851 O, Culture and Recreation 16 13,081 5,311 Community and Economic Development 19 12,50(: O General Government 2(~ 94,20(; 0 Debt Service 21 28',96(: 0 Capital Projects 22 I oral ~3ovemment ~es P_xpenolt~ Lr~' Business Type I Enterprises 2~1 TOtal ~OV ACtlVmes & I~MlSlrNNll P.xpeNoIEUIreS Zb] Transfers OUt 26i Total Expemll~ramCrem Out 27[ !!i!i !i! ! iiilii ill! i iiiiiii iiiiiiil C 33,740 18.50(: 44368 309.812 106,819 I0,75~ 0 320,564 108,619 ii!i!::i::i!iiii::iiiiiii iiiiiiii!i!i::::ii~i~iii~iiiii:,i -11,96(: -10,079 ::!!i!iiii!iiiiiiii-iii i::i]i::i~:~i:.~!~!! ~:!!!!!i!i!iii 74,183J 0 36,52(; 129~0C 1,851 18,39~ 12,.5(X 94,20(: 28,96C 33,74(: 63,26E 418,631 1o,75~ 429,38~ ==iiiiii!ii!!!~!!i!~! -22,03~ 74,18~ Excess Revenues & Other Sources Over (Under) Expemllturemrrremd'em Out for ~ Year 281 ::i~:i:::/:!!~::;!!:~!iiiiiii~i~i::i::~;~;!i!~iiii::~ii::~::i::i::ii::::i::i!iiiiiiiiiiii~ Beginning Fund Balance July I 29 Ending Fund Balance June 30 30 62,223 -10.079 52,14~ F_.xplan~don of iner~ or cleor~mess in revenue ~, ~o0rialio~, or a~dlsl~ emil: :i:i:i:i:i:!:.:!:!:i:!:i:i:i:Pi:~:.:i:i:i:i:i:i:~:i:!:i:i:i..`..:i:i:i:i:i:i:!:i:i:.::i:.:i:.::.:i:i:~:!:.::.:!:i:~`:~:~:!:~:~:~:~:~:i:~:i:i:.::::~:i:i:i:i:i:.:i:.~:~:~:~:~ Charges for Services was increased by $20,000 due to contra~ed Garbage Collection by the City. M3ece~lanaous was increased by $45,~00 due to money received from residents to pay for a sewer extension project. Other Finandng Sources was increased by $33,740 from revm~e from a SRF loan for a se~er project and design loan. There will be no increase in tax levies to be paid in the cuwent fisoal year ~ above. Any increase in e.~.0enditures set out above will be met from the incresesd non-P~ tax revenues end cash balances nof budgeted o considered in this curt'ant budget. This will provide for a balanced budget. Ranhelle Swisher City Clerk/Fineries Offic~ Call 911 for emergencies! rives and they will be picked up and delivered to the local food pantry. Cash donations may also be made by, writing a check to North Warren Ministerial Associa- tion. All donations picked up in Norwalk stay here and are taken to the local food pantry maintained at the New Life Lutheran Church. Last year Norwalk carriers col- lected and delivered just over 2,900 pounds of food and non-perishable items. At this time of year the food pantry is really low and in need of restocking. Any and all donations are wel- comed. Items needed are varied. Any non-perishable food such as canned fruits, meats and vegetables, pasta, cereal, peanut butter, rice, boxed meals, etc., are wel- come. Paper goods and personal hygiene items are also accepted. If every family in the Norwalk, Cumming and Martensdale delivery area were to donate just one 16 oz. can, that would be over 5,500 pounds of food. When you do your grocery shopping just pick up an extra can or two of vegetables or soup to donate. Let's see if we can exceed last year's donations! PLEASE help those in need. Leave a donation at your mailbox-on Saturda)5 May 10. If you should have any questions, please con- tact Pat Wahl at 981-4928. WALKER BAND Concluded from p. 1 allowed him to let go of his construction and factory jobs. "I was a drummer at a church growing up until one day they called me out front to sing "Grace Like Rain" by Todd Agnew and I never went back to the drums. The more I sang, the more things started opening up." Walker became a conference-based worship leader and after that, the next stop was Nashville. That is where the band and the grace-themed, movement-inspiring songs began to take shape for the album Come To The River. Walker says, "I'm someone living my dream through the grace of God. I'm blessed with a beautiful wife and two children who have walked with me every step of the way. My faith, my family and my country are the most important things in my life. Come To The River tells all that." Come to the Connection Music Festival and hear these young Christian musicians. 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