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/ Page Six N/Warren Town and County News Thursday, June 13, 2013 .,2R OFFICIAL PUBLICATION MINUTESTO BE APPROVED ATTHE JUNE 18TH, 2013 MEETING JUNE 4, 20!3 Warren County Board of Supervisors met Tuesday, June 4th, 2013, at 9:30 with all Supervisors' present. The following business was had to-wit: SIMPLE MOTION by Steve Wilson, second by Dean Yordi to approve the sent agenda, 5/21/2013 Regular Session Minutes, and claims. WARREN COUNTY CLAIMS REGISTER REPORT June 4, 2013 a,m. con- 21ST CENTURY REHAB PC CLIENT SERVICES 3,860.00 ABBE CNTR FOR COMM CARE CLIENT SRVCS 5,710.25 ACCESS SYSTEMS LEASING MTHLY CHGS FOR COPIERS 326.00 AFFORDABLE DRAIN SERVICE SERVICES 450.00 ALLIANT ENERGY LAGONA SHOP 60.77 ANDREW, MEGAN OVERNITE MEALS 15.11 ARNOLD, BRIAN BUSINESS CARDS 84.57 BARKER IMPLEMENT RENTAL- 140TH AVE 675.00 BOB BARKER COMPANY INC UNIFORMS 92.47 BOWLIN, EMMALEE MLG & EXPENSES REIMB 167.00 BOWLSBY LAWSON, BE'I-I-Y JUNE 2012 EXPENSES REIMB105.20 BURKE, JOSEPH P. MLG REIMB 136.50 CAMPBELL, SUSAN M MLG REIMB 52.00 ~ CAPITAL SANiTAF:~ SUPPLY CO INC SUPPLIES 988.18 CARLISLE CITIZEN, THE BD MNTS/SP ELEC BALLOT 1,002.51 CARLISLE, CITY OF CLIENT UTILITIES 200.00 CARPENTER UNIFORM UNIFORMS 742.52 CCMS APRIL CLIENT SRVCS 1,061.50 CDW GOVERNMENT INC. SUPPLIES 52.87 CEDAR RAPIDS, CITY OF CLNT TRNSPRTN 24.00 CENTRAL IA PROP MGMT LLC CLIENT PARTIAL JUNE RENT325.00 CENTURYLINK 911/TRKS/SR/AL1/MNTHLY CHGS 1,924.27 CENTURYLINK QCC MTHY CHG6 15.29 CHRISTIAN OPP CENTER CLIENT SRVCS 1,143,27 CIRTPA WARREN CO ASSESSMENT 1,887.00 CITY STATE BANK LEASE AGREE PMT FOR JUNE 2013 1,215.63 MARCH 2013 SERVICES 582.00 MTHLY CHGS 408.25 SUPPLIES 228.86 OVERNITE EXP REIMB 104.77 MATERIALS 5,652.00 CLIENT CHGS 6.54 CLIENT PARTIAL MAY RENT " 500.00 MLG 348.00 OVERNITE MEALS/LDG X2 685.45 CONSULTING FEES 180.00 MANUAL 208.95 DELL P2012H/EQUIP 1,794.40 CLARKE COUNTY PUBLIC HF_Ai.:TH COBURN, RYAN CONTINENTAL RESEARCH CORP COX, MAHALA CRETEX CONCRETE PRODUCTS CROUSE CAFE CURTIS, BETTY DAILY, BRENDA DAUGHERTY, JULIE DAVIS, ALEX DECISION HEALTH DELL MARKETING LP. DEFt OF INSPECTIONS AND ~ MA RTE NSDALE/LACONA LIC 135.00 DES MOINES AREA MPO FY2014MEMBERASSESSMENT 4,137.00 DEVAULT, JODENE SUPPLIES REIMB 506.60 DIERKING, KRISTI MLG REIMB 85.00 DISTRICT 1 -ISAC LEGIS DISTRICT CONF REGIS FEE/KATHY RUPP 50.00 DMB SUPPLY INC BITS 462.00 DOWNEY TIRE SERVICE TIRES 249.65 DUFI-ON-IOWA LLC CLIENT PARTIAL JUNE RENT 500.00 EDJE TECHNOLOGIES INC SUPPLIES 387.50 ELi=CTRIC COMPANY, THE GENERATOR MAINT 284.00 ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING RENTAL 77.95 EYERLY-BAIJ. COIV~IUNFrY MENTAL CLIENT SRVCS 13,740.58 FAREWAY STORES INC CLIENT SUPPLIES 30.00 FASTENAL COMPANY TOOLS 84.35 FAZZl ASSOCIATES INC SERVICES 875.00 FORGET, NORMAN CLIENT RENT 500.00 GRaY--REPAIR PROLE SHED 520.00 GEO COMM INC GEOLYNX SRVR MOBILE 3,000.00 GERHART, CHARLES CLIENT RENT 500.00 GLAXOSMITHKLINE PHARMACEUTICAL MEDICAL SUPPLIES 670.00 GRAHAM TIRE OF DES MOINES TIRES 2,809.00 H B LEISEROWlTZ COMPANY CANON CAMERA 117.95 HANCOCK CONCRETE PRODUCTS PROJECT PRODUCTS 8,391.52 HANDICAP VILLAGE CLIENT EXP 1,081.52 HARMONY HOUSE HC CENTER CLIENT SRVCS 5,580.00 HARRIS, JULIE EXPENSES REIMB 40.64 HEALTHY CONNECTIONS INC CLNT SRVCS 485.85 HEFFRON SERVICES INC DUST CONTROL RE-SPRAY 441.00 HENRY M.ADKINS & SOkl INC MAY7,2013ELECTIONSEFMCES 8,466.01 HOHANSHELT, SARAH MAY 2013 MLG REIMB 119.34 HONEYWELL HOM MED LLC MAY 2013 MTHLY CHGS 150.00 HUTCHISON, PEG LODGING EXPENSE REIMB 666.40 HY-VEE ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE INMATE SUPPLIES/ CLNT MEDS/FRT 2,747.75 HY-VEE FOOD STORES INC PRESENTATIONS X 2 160.97 IA COArrY's ~ E,E.WEPIROJECT FY 2014 FEES 5,400.00 IA COUNTIES PURl ICP[~L~IASSOC MEMBERSHIP FEE 75.00 IA DEPT HUMAN SERV/ENHNC JAN-FEB-MAR-APR IA DEPT HUMAN SERV/ENHNC IA DEPT HUMAN SERV/HABILITAT IA DEFT HUMAN SERV/HABILITAT IA DEPT HUMAN SERV/ICF-M IA DEPT HUMAN SERV/ICF-M IA DEPT HUMAN SERV/ID WV IA DEPT HUMAN SERV/ID WV INDIAN COUNTRY APARTMENTS INDIANOLA FIRE DEPARTMENT INDIANOLA VISION CENTER INDIANOLA, CITY OF INDOFF INC. INFOMAX OFFICE SYSTEMS INFOMAX OFRCE SYSTEMS INC 2012 BILLING 14,457.78 MAY 2012 BILLING 1,752.94 MAY 2012 BILLING 40,302.65 JAN-FEB-MARCH- APRIL BILLINGS 106,957.06 JAN-FEB-MAR- APRIL 2012 BILLINGS 210,495.54 MAY 2012 BILLING 68,272.80 JAN-FEB-MAR- APRIL 2012 BILLINGS 340,607.38 MAY 2012 BILLING 105,564.57 CLIENT PARTIAL JUNE RENT 238.50 CLIENT SVCS 241.77 CLIENT SVCS 200.00 CLIENT UTILITIES 164.51 OFFICE SUPPLIES 438.45 COPIER SERVICE 206.05 MTPL MTHLY LSE CHGS 262.57 INSTOFIACERT1REDASSESSORS CONF REGIS FEES/ J BUNCE/B ARNOLD 600.00 IOWA ALUANCE IN HOME CARE CONF FEES/J DEVAULT/J CARSON 305.00 IOWA DEPT OF PUBLIC HEALTH SECURITY PAPER 213.68 IOWARREEQUlPMENTCOMPANY ANNINSE-c'nONRREALAPRvISYS 316.15 IOWA ROOFING COMPANY SUPPLIES 3,043.12 IOWA STATE ASSOCIATION REGIS FEES/BRIAN ARNOLD50.00 IOWA STATE UNIVERSITY WKSHOP REGISTRATION FEES/4 440.00 ISU EXTENSION & OUTREACH MARCH 11 & 13 CLASSES 148.42 JEFFERSON PLAZA RENT 4,495.60 JOHN DEERE FINANCIAL PARTS/SUPPL 243.90 K & C APARTMENTS CLIENT PARTIAL MAY RENT525.00 KADING PROPERTIES" CLIENT PARTIAL MAY RENTX2 1,080.00 KREISERS INC SUPPLIES 650.51 LIFEWORKS INC CLIENT TESTING 3,000.00 LOGAN, LISA APRIL/MAY EXP REIMBS 27.16 ~COUNTYPLEC~HEALTH MARCH 2013 SERVICES 647.04 MARION CO SHERIFF'S OFFICE SUBPOENNAGCR027128 14.69 MARION COUNTY AUDITOR CLIENT SRVCS 117.99 MCCOY TRUE VALUE SUPPLIES 605.36 MEDICAP PHARMACY CLNT SRVCS 37.45 MENARDS - DES MOINE$ SUPPLIES 156.64 MERCY CLINICS INC MED SERVC 220.00 MIDAMERICAN ENERGY MULTI~LE SERVICE INVOICES 3,919.06 MORRISON, PAMELA ANN MEDICAL EXMNR CHGS 182.50 N/WARREN TOWN & CO NEWS ORD/BD MNTS/BUDG AMEND118.62 NEER, DIXIE ~UPPLIES REIMB 125.00 NEWEGG.COM MONITOR STANO NOBLE FORD-MERCURY PARTS 250.75 O'BRIEN, JEFF MLG REIMB 34.6(~ OFFICEMAX INC SUPPLIES 1,183.03 ON-SITE INFORMATION SERVICES 48.00 PARAGON INTERNATIONAL SUPPLIES 163.79 PIERCE, PATTI CLIENT JUNE RENT ASSISTANCE 264.00 PINE REST CHRISTIAN CLIENT MED EXP 310.00 PITNEY BOWES INC.* MTPL MTHLY RENTAL CHGS 1,343.00 POLK COUNTY AUDITOR CLIENT SRVCS 2,272.01 QUALITY SUPER LUBE VHCL SRVC 98.60 QUILL CORPORATION OFFICE SUPPLIES 125.90 RESERVE ACCOUNT PREPAID POSTAGE 1,000.00 RICOH USA INC EQUIP CONTRACT 391.68 SIMPLEXGRINNELL LP SERVICES 1,038.41 SOUTHERN COMPUTER WAREHOUSE SUPPLIES 364.00 STAPLES ADVANTAGE OFFICE SUPPLIES 359.99 STURSMA, BETSY MLG 322.50 SUPER 8 MOTEL CLIENT ROOM X 3 NIGHTS 218.64 TED'S USED CARS VEHCL SRVC "- 18.90 THE TONER PLACE SUPPLIES 150.00 TOWNSEND, JENNIFER MLG 132.50 TROY CORP SUPPLIES 45.98 US CELLULAR ,. MTHLY CHGS 259.00 US.FOODS INC INMATE SUPPLIES 2,080.18 VAN ZANTE, CAMERON MLG 45.00 VERIZON WIRELESS PH CHRGS 2,780.62 WAL-MARTCOMMUNITY/GECRB INMATE SUPPLIES 82.70 WARREN CO ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT YEAR I/QTR 4 PAYMENT 33,750.00 WARREN COUNTY TREAS/LD LD PHONE CHRGS 37.33 WARREN COUNTY TREAS/SVC APRIL FUEL 6,778.41 WARREN COUNTYTREASURER APRIL 2013 BASIC PH CHGS 750.00 WARREN WATER DISTRICT SERVICE/R57 HWY 40.00 WATFERS AUTOLAND PARTS 185.16 WlEGERT DISPOSAL INC MAY 2013 C.H. & ADMN BLDG SVCS 205.00 WlNDSTREAMCOMMUNICATIONSTEL LINE/RADIO MTHLY CHGS 758.97 WlNDSTREAM IOWA-COMM INC 911-AL1 DATA 182.05 WOODS MOTEL & RV PARK CLIENT SERVICES X 2 600.00 RESOLUTION 13-132A APPROVE NEW HIRES IN HEALTH SERVICES BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby ap- proves the new hire of Janet Landgrebe as HCA in Health Services beginning May 28, 2013 as regular full,time at the hourly rate of $10.86, and is eligible for all regular full-time benefits, AND; BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby ap- proves the new hire of Nicole Harris as Secretarial in Health Services beginning May 29, 2013, and ending August 2, 2013, as a seasonal temporary employee to work 40 hours per week at the hourly rate of $10.00, and is not eligible to receive any benefits. Carried Unanimously RESOLUTION 13-132B APPROVE FY13 END CLAIM DATE BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby ap- proves a third claims pay date of June 25, 2013 for the end of fiscal year 13. Carried Unanimously RESOLUTION 13-132C APPROVE WORKERS COMPENSATION PHYSI- CIANS BE IT RESOLVED, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby move to approve the appointment, effective June 4, 2013, of Larissa Ackerson, D.O., Sarah Olsasky, D.O. and their associates of the Indiandia Mercy Clinic, Indianola, Iowa as the treating physicians of all Warren County employees who become ill or injured as a result of their employment as per Section 85.27 of the Iowa Work- ers Compensation Law. Carried Unanimously WHEREAS, on May 7~, 2013, the Board of Supervisors approved appropriating the remaining 10% budget for various departments and there was a clencal error in the amount approved for the County Auditor; NOW, BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the original resolution for County Auditor de- partment only be rescinded and the correct remaining 10% unappropriated bud- get be approved for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2013 be appropriated: Rescind: Auditor, Administration $5,1 38.00 Approve: Auditor, Administration $1,514.00 Carded Unanimously RESOLUTION 13-132E FY14 DEPARTMENTAL APPROPRIATIONS BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the request from the Budget Director for a Departmen- tal Appropriation of 90% of the County Budget, except allocating 100% for Sala- ries and benefits, insurance, grants and contributions to other local governments, contracted amounts, debt payments, and court related services, to various de- partments is hereby approved for FY14 as reflected on the attachment. Carded Unanimously RESOLUTION 13-132F APPROVE TEMPORARY HIRE IN VA BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby ap- proves the temporary hire of John Culbertson in Veteran's Affairs Office as As- sistant Director effective June 3, 2013 at the hourly rate of $9.00 per hour, and is not eligible for benefits. Carried Unanimously RESOLUTION 13-132G APPROVE ROAD CLOSURE~} BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Super:visors hereby ap- proves the closure of Jewell Street on July 4I" from 8:00 am to 11:00 pro, at the National Balloon Classic Field between Hwy 92 and 150th St to allow for safe crossing and use of the NBC field for 4lh of July celebration activities and fire- works, and that the County will provide road blocks at each end of the street. Carried Unanimously RESOLUTION 13-133 APPROVE FY14 CONTRACTSWlTH RED ROC K AND GENESIS BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby ap- proves FY14 contracts with Red Rock and Genesis for services provided to Warren County consumers. Carried Unanimously RESOLUTION 13-134 APPROVE AGREEMENT/IDOT BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby ap-- proves the Board Chair to sign the Iowa Department of Transportation Agree- ment #2013-C-301 1-35 in Warren County, IMN-035-2(435)59~0E-91. Carried Unanimously RESOLUTION 13-135 APPROVE TO ADD LOCALLY FUNDED PROJECTS BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby ini- tiates and recommends that the following project be approved by the Iowa De- partment of Transportation (Iowa DOT) for improvement with the funds as shown below for the period covering the current secondary road construction program. Funding Project Number Type of Work/Location Length Estimated Source of Project Miles Costs Local L-C6332s5~73-91 140t" Avenue Flood Repair Culvert Carried Unanimously RESOLUTION 13-136 APPROVE QUOTATIONS FROM VENDORS BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby ap- proves the County Engineer's review of quotations from Vendors to provide cul- vert materials for Project No. L-C6332s5--73-91,140t" Avenue Slide & Culvert Replacement: Cretex Concrete products Midwest Inc $13,874.96 Hancock Concrete $18,541.14 And approve the quotations from Cretex Concrete Products Midwest Inc in the amount of $13,874.96. Carded Unanimously RESOLUTION 13-137 APPROVE PROPOSALS FOR PROJECT BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby ap- proves the County Engineer's review of quotations from Contractors for Project No. L-C6332s5~73-91,140t" Avenue Slide and Culvert Replacement, and ac- cept the quotations from: Vanderpool Construction $41,908.16 Peterson Contractors $88,507.00 Herberger Construction $57,583.90 Arid approve the quotation from Vanderpool Construction and authorize the Chair to sign the contract. Carried Unanimously RESOLUTION 13-138 APPROVE ROAD CLOSURES BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby ap- proves the following road will be closed due to bridge failure: 115= Ave between G24 Hwy and Fulton Street Carried Unanimously The Supervisors gave reports of their previous week's activities. The Assistant County Attorney gave the County Attorney's Reports. The next regular meeting will be held on Tuesday, June 18th, 2013 at 9:30 a.m. Upon proper motion the meeting was adjourned at 9:52 a.m. ATTEST: AUDITOR, Traci VanderLinden CHAIR, Doug Shull OFFICIAL PUBLICATION NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON PROPOSED URBAN RENEWAL PLAN AMENDMENT Notice Is Hereby Given: That at 6:30 o'clock p.m., at the City Hall at 705 North Avenue, Norwalk, Iowa, on the 20th day of June, 2013, the City Council of the City of Norwalk, Iowa, will hold a public headng on the question of amending the urban renewal plan for the Norwalk Urban Renewal Area to facilitate the undertaking new urban renewal projects consisting of using tax increment fi- nancing to (1) support the City's FY 2013 Urban Renewal Administrative Sup- port Program; (2) make economic development support payments to the Norwalk Chamber of Commerce, the Warren County Economic Development Corpora- tion and the Greater Des Mdines Partnership to fund certain economic develop- ment initiatives in the Urban Renewal Area; (3) pay the costs of constructing street improvements in the Urban Renewal Area; (4) pay the costs of the recon- struction of a recreational trail along Sunset Drive and possible construction of other recreational trails in the Urban Renewal Area; (5) pay the costs of resurfac- ing and installing irrigation equipment on the adult field in the McAninch Sports Complex; (6) pay the costs of improvements to County Line Road; (7) pay the costs of replacing and i~talling street lights along Colonial Parkway and Echo Dnve; (8) pay the costs of installing welcome signage along Highway 28; and (9) support the City's FY 2014 Urban Renewal Administrative Support Program. A copy of the amendment is on file for public inspection in the office of the City Clerk. At said hearing any interested person may file written objections or com- ments and may be heard orally with respect to the subject matters of the hear- ing. Jeff Rosien City Clerk OFFICIAL PUBLICATION ORDINANCE NO. 13-10 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE CODE OF ORDINANCES, CHAPTER 122 OFTHE CITY OF NORWALK, IOWA, 2008, BY AMENDING PROVISIONS PER- TAINING LICENSING AND REGULATING PEDDLERS BE IT ENACTED by the City Council of the City of Norwalk, Iowa: SECTION 1. CHAPTER MODIFIED. Chapter 122 of the Code of Ordinances of the City of Norwalk, Iowa, 2008, is repealed and the following adopted in lieu thereof: 122.01 PURPOSE. The purpose of this article is to protect residents of the city against fraud, and to ensure the safety of the residents by protecting them from intrusion into the privacy of their homes by licensing and regulating ped- dlers. 122.02 DEFINITIONS. The following words, terms and phrases, when used in this Chapter, shall have the meanings ascribed to them in this section, except where the context clearly indicates a different meaning: Peddler means any person carrying or otherwise transporting goods, mer- chandise or offering services who sells or offers for sale such goods, memhan- dise, or services from house to house or upon the public streets including any person who takes orders house to house for goods, merchandise or services for later delivery. Peddling means the selling or offering for sale services, goods or merchan- dise which are carried or otherwise transported by a person from house to house or upon the public streets including the taking of orders house to house for goods, memhandise, or services for later delivery. 122.03 LICENSE AND BOND REQUIRED. A. Any person engaging in peddling in this city witt~but first obtain- ing a license as provided in this Chapter shall be in violation of this Chapter. B. No peddlers license shall be issued until the applicant has deliv- ered to the city clerk a cash bond for no less than $200.00 per license or $1,000.00 for an employer employing a group of five or more license applicants. 1. The bond shall be held to indemnity and pay the city any penalties or costs incurred in the enforcement of any of the sections of this Chapter and indemnify or reimburse any purchaser of services, goods, Wares, merchandise or stock for any judgment which may be obtained by a purchaser for damages in any action commenced within three months from the date of purchase, due to misrepresentations as to the kind, quality or value of such services, goods, wares, merchandise or stock, whether the misrepresentations were made by the owner or by his or her servants, agents or employees, either at the time of making the sale or through any advertisement of any character, printed or circulated, with reference to such stock of goods, wares, merchan- dise, services or any part thereof. 2. The balance of the bond sh~ll be released by the city clerk and returned to the applicant or employer upon request by the applicant or employer at any time more than four months after expiration of the peddlers license(s) for which the cash bond Was provided, unless the city clerk has re- ceived notice of a pending action in the state or federal courts seeking a judg- ment upon a claim eligible for-payment from the bond. Except as otherwise pro- vided by court order, the city clerk shall not release any bond during the pen- dency of any such action. 122.04 EXEMPTIONS. This Chapter shall not apply to the following: A. Persons making door-to-door sales for the purpose of a commu- nity improvement or benefit approved by the city council on behalf of nonprofit, tax-exempt corporations; or B. Youths making door to door sales for the benefit of youth nonprofit groups or sports teams. C. Persons making door-to-door sales for the purpose of benefit- ting, and sponsored by, for a public or private youth educational facility, including a school district. SECTION2. SEVERABILITYCLAUSE, If any section, provision or partof this ordinance shall be adjudged invalid or unconstitutional, such adjudication shall not affect the validity of the ordinance as a whole or any section, provision or part thereof not adjudged invalid or unconstitutional. SECTION 3. WHEN EFFECTIVE. This ordinance shall be in effect from and after its final passage, approval and publication as provided by law. Passed by the councitthe 6th day of June, 2013, and approved this 6th day of June, 2013. Doug Pierce - Mayor Jeff Rosien - City Clerk ROLL CALL VOTE: Ave Delker _x_ Leto _x_ Murillo _x_ Curtia _x_ Sylvester _x_ I certify that the foregoing was published as Ordinance No. 13-10 on the 6th day of June, 2013. Jeff Rosien - City Clerk