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Page Twelve N/Warren and County News Thursday, June 11, 2015 OFFICIAL PUBLICATION MINUTESTO BE APPROVED ATTHE JUNE 16th, 2015 MEETING June 2, 2015 The Warren County Board of Supervisors met Tuesday, June 2, 2015, at 9:30 a.m. with Supervisors' Doug Shull, Dean Yordi and Crystal Mclntyre present. County Auditor Traci VanderUnden and County Administrator Jean Fuder were also present. The following business was had to-wit: PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE CORRECTIONS/ADDmONS~ELETIONS: Items J and K were removed from the Consent Agenda portion of the meeting. SIMPLE MOTION by Crystal Mclntyre, second by Dean Yordi to approve the consent agenda, 5/19/2015 Regular Session Minutes, 5/26/15 and 5/27/15 Spe- cial Session Minutes and claims. ACCESS SYSTEMS MTHLY LEASE $487.14 ADV INTEGRATED MO CHRGS $689.61 AERORIDGE LC JUNE RENT $6,577.50 AHLERS & COONEY SRVCS-ENGINEER $2,079.00 ALLIANT ENERGY LACONA SHOP $45.75 AMES GOLF CLUB 6 BANQUET $36.00 AOSNC LLC CNSLTING SRVCS $183.75 BANKERS LEASING CNTRCT BASE RNT $125.88 BATES, CHERYL MAY MLG REIMB $118.00 BOWLIN, EMMALEE MLG REIMB $44.50 BOWLIN, RYAN MARCH/APRIL 2015 $90.00 BOWLSBY LAWSON MARCH RMBRSMNT $207.25 BOWMAN, DAWN M LEGAL SERVICES $258.00 BURKE, JOSEPH P. CNFRNC CANDY $63.52 CALHOUN-BURNS BRIDGE & RATING $2,034.30 CARLISLE CITIZEN PBLCTNS $308.84 CARROLL, DAVID GAS REIMB $40.75 CEDARBROOKE CLIENT MAY RENT $525.00 CNTRL IA DTNTION CLNT DTNTN SRVCS $3,222.00 CENTURYLINK MTHLY CHGS $3,064.12 CHILDREN/FMILIES APRIL CLNT SRVCS $62.23 CHRSTN OPPRTNTY CLIENT 2015 CHGS $667.79 CIRCLE B SUPPLIES/TOOLS $206.42 COMM & FAMILY APRIL CLIENT CHGS $2,526.00 COONEY, TERESA POSTAGE REIMB $19.60 CROSS, CHUCK CPR/AED $1,050.00 CURTIS, BETTY VET RNT ASST $500.00 DAUGHERTY, JULIE MLG/LDGNC-JFOOD $462.48 DECISION HEALTH DGNSIS CDING BK $221.95 DELL MARKETING I.T. SUPPLIES $1,518.70 DEPT OF INSPECT RENEWAL ML LIC $135.00 ECO SOLUTIONS SOCK/PADS/OIL $53.03 ELCTRCL ENGINEER GENERATOR SRVC $224.00 ENGELBART, R MLG/REGIS FEE $119.00 EYERLY BALL CLIENT CHGS $18,562.65 FAREWAY STORES WELLNESS $101.08 FLTR CRE NEB SERVICE $53.10 FOXWOOD APTS VET RNT ASST $500.00 GRATIAS INVEST SRVCS $200.00 GRIPP, MIKE CLOTHES/SHOES $32.94 HALL, KATHY M F-FM/MLG RMBRS $248.36 HIRTA PUBLIC TRANSPORT CHGS $855.40 HOPKINS/HUEBNER SERVICES $165.00 HY-VEE ACCOUNTS SPPLS $466.81 HY-VEE FOOD PRESENTATION $150.00 IACCVSO MMBRSHP DUES $50.00 ICIT MMBRSHP/REG $500.00 INDIANOLA, CITY VET UTLTY ASST $180.12 INDOFF INC. PRtNTER/SPPLS $419.92 INFOMAX CNTRCT BASE RATE $293.58 INLAND TRUCK PARTS $13.80 INST OF IA CERT CNFRNC FEES X 2 $600.00 IOWA CO ATTRNYS CLLCTNS WRKSHP $50.00 IA FIRE EQUIPMENT MNTNC $209.25 IA STATE MED EXM AUTOPSY FEES $1,689.50 IA SCRTRYSTATE NO ACTVTY CRDS $548.66 IOWWA REGIS FEE/HONER $100.00 ISCTA ISCTA DUES $325.00 JEO CONSULTING SERVICES $13,240.00 JOHN DEERE PARTS/SUPPLIES $527.71 JOY RIDE TRANS TRANSPORT SVCS $100.00 KABEL BUSINESS PAYROLL SRVC EXP $354.85 KLC PROPERTY VET RNT ASST $500.00 KOCH BROTHERS OFFICE SPPLS $29.98 M & M SALES CO CNTRCT BASE RATE $218.76 MAHASKA COMM INTRETNOIP CHGS $2,473.96 MAIL SERVICES LLC PSTG/MAIL PREP $12,476.98 MARCO INC MTHLY BASE $116.00 MARTENSDALE EMT HYBRID $2,680.00 MC CASLAND, D VEHICLE MAINT $84.00 MCCAULEY, DENISE TRNSCRPT SRVC $102.00 MCCULLEY CLVRT FI NAL $15,317.63 MIDAMERICAN UTILITIES $706.78 N/WARREN TOWN PBLCTNS $121.95 NEWVIRGINIA STREET CONST $3,197.78 NICKELL, CINDA MEAL RMBRSMNT $13.83 NOBLE FORD PARTS $421.16 NOWARREN FIRE JUNE PYMT $1,140.63 NORTHLAND PROD LUBRICANTS $149.95 OFFICEMAX INC SUPPLIES $711.50 PERU QUARRY INC SPOT ROCK $104.13 PETERSEN, SARAH SPPLS RMBRSMNT $55.11 PHILLIPS, AMANDA MLG REIMB $158.14 PICTOMETRY LICENSING/TRNING $53,278.50 PITNEY BOWES INC PSTG SUPPLIES $,350.16 PITNEY BOWES INC MO RNTL CHRG $200.00 POLK CO SHERIFF'S JUV COSTS $313.80 POLK CO AUDITOR FOOD PKGS $615.00 PRAIRIE VIEW APRIL CLIENT CHGS $2,225.70 PUBLIC SAFETY EXMNR FEES $195.70 QUALITY PEST PEST CONTROL $64.00 RECORD HERALD PBLCNTNS $645.61 ROGERS LAW FIRM CLIENT CHGS $939.32 SANOFI PASTEUR MEDS $288.59 SHOW LOGO INC PENS $386.71 SNYDER & ASSOC SERVICES - $10,353.31 SOUTHTOWN VHCL MNTNC $648.61 SPENCER PROP CLIENT MAY RENT $509.00 STAPLES ADVANT SUPPLIES $78.70 STURSMA, BETSY MLG REIMB $1,086.00 SWAN, TIM VET CLNT RNT ASST $500.00 TAYLOR, KAREN LEGAL SRVCS $878.12 THOMAS, SCOTT MLG REIMB $123.86 THOMPSON, A MLG REIMB $49.64 THOMSON REUTERS APRIL CHRGS $1,916.67 TOWNSEND, J MLG REIMB $113.10 TRANS IOWA LC APRIL CHGS $197.60 TYLER TECH FEES/MNTNC $5,106.63 UNITED RENTALS SCISSOR LIFT RNTL $604.34 US CELLULAR ,CELL PHN CHRGS $182.93 US POSTAL SERVICE 2 ROLLS STAMPS $98.00 VA MEDICAL CNTR ANNL LSE VEHICLE $3,000.00 VERIZON WIRELESS MO PHN $1,687.15 WARREN CO TREAS LD/BASIC PHN SRVC $1,176.38 WIANT, REX H SERVICES $600.00 WINDSTREAM MTHLY CHGS $758.16 WINDSTREAM IOWA MTHLY PH CHGS $514.71 RESOLUTION 15-87A EMPLOYEE CHANGE IN HOURS HEALTH SERVICES BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby ap- proves a change in hours for Christine Fairbanks, Elderly Waiver Case Manager, Health Services from 40 hours per week to 32 hours per week. She is now considered Regular Part-time, effective June 1,2015 and is eligible to receive pro-rated benefits according to the employee policy. Carried unanimously RESOLUTION 15-87B REMOVAL FROM PAYROLL FTM COORDINATOR RESIGNATION BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby ap- proves to remove Madeline Adams, FTM Coordinator, from DCAT Services Pay- roll effective May 28, 2015, and to pay out any accrued benefit as per the em- ployee policy. Carried unanimously RESOLUTION 15-87C INCREASE IN WAGES VETERANS AFFAIRS BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby ap- proves an increase in wages for John M. Culbertson, temporary employee in Veterans Affairs, effective June 1, 2015 to an houdy wage of $10.00. Carried unanimously RESOLUTION 15-87D PURCHASE OF POSTAGE MACHINE BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby ap- proves purchase of Connect+2000 automatic mailing machine for the Adminis- tration Building mail room. Carried unanimously RESOLUTION 15-87E FIREWORKS PERMIT BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby ap- proves to grant a Fireworks Permit to Viking Pyrotechnics, Inc Ed Cook, Opera- tor, with the display location being 50= Avenue and 4898 Nixon Street, St. Marys, Iowa on July 3"~, 2015 with rein date of July 5t", 2015. Carried unanimously RESOLUTION 15-87F APPROVE LIQUOR PERMIT BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby ap- proves the Class C Native Wine (WCN) for Two Saints Winery, 15170 20"~ Av- enue, St. Charles, Iowa effective 7-01-15 thru 6-30-16. Carried unanimously RESOLUTION 15-87G CIGARETTE/TOBACCO/NICOTINE VAPOR PERMIT KUM & GO BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby ap- proves the Cigarette/Tobacco/NicotineNapor Permit for Kum & Go #43 located at 1453 County Highway G76, New Virginia, Iowa effective 7-01 -t5 thru 6-30- 16. Carried unanimously RESOLUTION 15"88 26E AGREEMENTWITH CITY OFWEST DES MOINES WHEREAS as per Chapter 28E of the 2015 Cede of Iowa, the City of West Des Moines and Warren County desire to enter into an agreement whereby joint services shall be agreed to for mutual advantage in regard to Boundary Roads Maintenance; and, WHEREAS the City of West Des Moines has prepared said agreement with Warren County and both parties have examined and agreed to its intent; now, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the 28E Agreement between the City of West Des Moines and Warren County in regard to maintenance responsibilities and duties of corporate boundary roadways within and adjoining the City and within Warren County be approved and the Board be authorized to sign the agreement on behalf of Warren County. Carried unanimously RESOLUTION 15-89 THIRD ADDENDUM TO BOUNDARY ROADS MAINTE- NANCE AGREEMENT WITH CITY OF DES MOINES WHEREAS, the City of Des Moines, Iowa, and Warren County, Iowa, did, on and as of November 7, 1993, execute and enter into a Boundary Roads Mainte- nance Agreement, pursuant to which agreement the parties did agree to a divi- sion of maintenance responsibilities for various roads which constitute the boundary line between the city and the County; and WHEREAS, on May 14, 1996, the Warren County Board of Supervisors autho- rized the execution of the First Addendum to Boundary Roads Maintenance Agreement by and between Des Moines and Warren County, Iowa, to amend the list of roads subject to the Agreement; and WHEREAS, on June 25, 2002, the Warren County Board of Supervisors autho- rized the execution of the Second Addendum to Boundary Roads Maintenance Agreement by and between Des Moines and Warren County, Iowa, to amend the list of roads subject to the Agreement; and WHEREAS, the City and County have determined the necessity of amending said Agreement for the purpose of adding to the list of roads subject to the Agreement, as reflected in Attachment A, B and C of the Agreement and to update Attachments D and E relating to the respective parties' policy or level of service for purposes of snow and ice removal. WHEREAS, this Third Addendum to Boundary Roads Maintenance Agreement has been prepared to secure the adoption and implementation of said amend- ments by the parties, now THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the parties do hereby agree as follows: 1. The Boundary Roads Maintenance Agreement, executed by the parties on and as of November 7, 1993, amended by the parties pursuant to the First Ad- dendum to Boundary Roads Maintenance Agreement on and as of May 14, 1996, and amended by the parties pursuant to the Second Addendum to Bound- ary Roads Maintenance Agreement on and as of June 25, 2002 is hereby amended by striking and deleting Amended Attachments A, B, and C and insert- ing in lieu thereof amended Attachments A, B, and C. 2. Attachment D shall be amended by deleting Attachment D and inserting in lieu thereof the attached amended Attachment D. 3. Attachment E shall be amended by deleting Attachment E and inserting in lieu thereof the attached amended Attachment E. 4. Except as so amended, the Agreement shall remain in full force and effect. RESOLUTION 15-90 G76 HMA OVERLAY PROJECT BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby move to approve the Proposal and Contract with McClure Engineering Company in the amount of $27,220.00, for Project No. FM-CO91 (95)--55-91, G76 Hwy Over- lay, and authorize the Chair to sign. RESOLUTION 15-91 AGREEMENTWITH CITY OF NORWALK HWY G14 IM- PROVEMENTS WHEREAS, the Warren County Board of Supervisors has created plans for the upgrade and maintenance of Hwy G14; and WHEREAS, the County wishes to widen and resurface Hwy G14, a portion of which is located within the City of Norwalk; and WHEREAS, the City wishes to have the road widened and resurfaced; and WHEREAS, the City and County wish to enter into an agreement to outline the financial responsibility of the roadway improvements. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Warren County Board of Su- pervisors hereby approves the agreement, attached hereto, as Exhibit (A) be- tween Warren County and the City of Norwalk. Carried unanimously RESOLUTION 15-92 2015WARREN COUNTY FARM TOUR BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby ap- proves request of a $1,000.00 contribution to the 2015 Warren County Farm Tour. Carried unanimously Supervisor Dean Yordi gave report of his previous week's activities. Supervisor Crystal Mclntyre gave report of her previous week's activities. The County Administrator gave report of her previous week's activities. PUBLIC INPUT: Marilyn Halterman - 19075 Drake Street Tom Akers - 129 Marlou Parkway The next regular meeting will be held on Tuesday, June 16th, 2015 at 9:30 a.m. Upon proper motion the meeting was adjourned at 10:03 a.m. ATTEST: AUDITOR, Traci VanderLinden CHAIR, Doug Shull "The codfish lays ten thousand eggs, The homely hen lays one. The codfish never cackles To tell you what she's done. And so We scorn the codfish, While the humble hen we prize, VC ich only goes to show you That it pays to advertise." - Anonymous Phone Scam MidAmerican Energy Company is warning business owners and the public of a phone scam targeting utility customers in the Des Moines area. In the last few days, more than 60 businesses in the Des Moines area reported receiving a scam call, the majority of which were small businesses such as coffee shops, restaurants, child care centers, automotive shops, beauty salons, furniture stores and more. Unfortunately, some business owners have reported losing money or disclosing personal information to the scammer. In general, scam works like this: scammers, claim- ing to work for MidAmerican Energy call residential or business customers demanding payment by threaten- ing immediate service disconnection. The thief advises the customer to make a payment in one of two ways: either immediately on the phone via credit card or by calling back a specific number, which often resembles MidAmerican Energy's phone response system, and paying with a pre-paid (Green Dot) card. The criminals are often persistent and use sophisti- cated deceptive tactics that make it appear to Caller ID systems that the scam call is coming from the utility when it is not. They will often impersonate MidAmerican Energy representatives. MidAmerican Energy wants customers to be aware that this is an outright scam. MidAmerican Energy does not use these methods. If such a call is received, customers should hang up and call 1-888-427-5632 to inquire about the call with MidAmerican Energy. Three points to help customers recognize a scam call: 1. The caller is threatening immediate disconnec- tion. Sometimes the caller will claim a crew is already en route to the business to disconnect service. Custom- ers should hang up immediately and call MidAmerican Energy. MidAmerican Energy makes several attempts to contact customers regarding overdue bills; discon- nection is a last resort, not a first step in the process. 2. The caller insists on a prepaid debit card (often a Green Dot card) as the only acceptable form of pay- ment. MidAmerican Energy accepts several different forms of payment; a company customer service repre- sentative can go over these options with customers. 3. The caller asks for credit card numbers, account numbers, balances or other personal information. MidAmerican Energy will not ask you for this informa- tion over the phone. Customers should neyer give out personal information. Watch MidAmerican Energy's scare prevention video for more advice on how to protect yourself from fraudu- lent calls: https://www.youtube.com/watch? v=lK9bZt81XSc. IAFP Seeking Nominations for 2015 Family Physician of the Year Award Is your Family Physician the best of the best? Do they go above and beyond to care for their patients? Are they active in the community? Do you think they deserve the 2015 Family Physician on the Year Award? If so, we want to hear about them! The Iowa Academy of Family Physicians (IAFP) is seeking nominations for the 2015 Family Physician of the Year. Each year the IAFP awards one family physi- cian the title "Family Physician of the Year" on the ba- sis of outstanding service to patients and community and devotion to Family Medicine. If you would like to nominate your family physician please send letters of nomination to the Iowa Academy describing why your family physician should receive the Family Physician of the Year Award. Nomination letters should be sent by August 24, 2015 to the Iowa Academy of Family Physicians, 100 E. Grand Ave Ste.170, Des Moines, IA 50309 or emailed to kcox@iaafp.org. The 2015 Iowa Family Physician of Year will be hon- ored during the Iowa Academy of Family Physicians Annual Installation and Awards Banquet on October 30, 2015 at the Prairie Meadows Event Center in Altoona. In the early part of 2016, the 2015 Iowa Family Physi- cian of the Year will be nominated for the American Academy of Family Physicians National Family Physi- cian of Year. like us on Facebook at WATCH DOGS - Norwalk I