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Page Ten N/Warren Town and County News Thursday, June 17, 2010 Mosar, Susan M Mileage Reim April 2010 24.40 RESOLUTION 10-134 L OFFICIAL PUBLICATION Board minutes to be approved at the May 18th Board Meeting. May 4, 2010 The Warren County Board of Supervisors met on Tuesday May 4, 2010 at 9:30 a.m. with all members present. The following business was had to-wit: SIMPLE MOTION by Marvin Grace, seconded by Doug Shull to approve the agenda for May 4, 2010 as presented. Carded unanimously. SIMPLE MOTION by Marvin Grace, second by Doug Shull to approve the March 23, 2010 and April 20, 2010 board minutes as presented. Carried unanimously. SIMPLE MOTION by Marvin Grace, second by Doug Shull to approve the claims with fringe benefits as presented. Carried unanimously. WARREN COUNTY CLAIMS REGISTER REPORT MAY 4, 2010 Adams, Madeline Client Svc Aleg Bergan Mercy HI Client Svc Alliant Energy LacShop EIcSvR45 & G76 Aramark Uniform Services Inc Uniform Services Area 14 Agency On Aging Client Svc Aubert Towing/Tim Nelson Tow/Storage Aubert Towing/Tim Nelson Towing Services Ben Meadows Traffic Signs Bentley Systems Inc Supplies/Cust Bob Barker Company Inc Jail Supplies Bonnes, Wanda April 2010 Mile Relmb Borst, Michael Client Services Bowlin, Emmalee Mileage 4/15 Brandt lii, Frederick William Lib Center Contract Brick Gentry Bowers Swartz Sto Tax Cases Services Brown, Darwin Mileage Burgin, F Craig Labor Burke, Joseph P. Mileage Relmb Bussanmus Towing & Services Upright/-row Calhoun-Burns & Assoc Inc ' Prof Svcs/Proj Capital Sanitary Supply Co Inc Supplies Capstone Behavioral Client Svc Carlisle Park li Client Rent Carlisle, City Of Client Utilities Ccms Cons Svc/March Training Cdw Government tnc. Supplies Cedar Rapids, City Of Clients Svc Certified Power Inc Supplies Child Psychiatry Assoc Client Svc Christian Opportunity Center Client Svc Chumbley & Jones Oil Co Clients Fuel 4/7~ 4/13 Circle B Cashway Supplies City State Bank May Lease Agreement Coppola Sandre Mcconville Client Svc Country Propane Htg & Cool Client Propane Cozo Spring Conf & Ann Dues Grouse Cafe 2 Transcient Meals Demayo, Raymond Client Rent. Devault, Jodene Reimbursement Dfvp Ltd .~* Client Lot Rent/May Diamond Mowers-lnC ~ Supplies Dierking, Kristi Mileage 4/13 Dougherty Law F:irm Inv# 2537/Client Svc Downey Tire Service Tire Repair Dutton-lowa LIc Client Rent Eddy, William A. Guardianship Services Electronic En~ineerin~ Paver Svc,/'i'ower Serv Embark It Camera/Mount Engraved Name Plates Esri - Environmental Systems Gis Maintenance Eyerly-Ball community Mental H Psych Eval/CIServMar Fareway Stores Inc 3 Clients Food Fastenal Company Supplies Flooring Gallery Army Post Supplies Polko~tad~ Robert K ~onforerlc~ (~enesls C)evelo~ment Client SvdlVlarch George, Jim Rock Hauling Goodhue Realty Client Rent Goodhue Realty Client Rent Graham Law Office Pc April 2010 Legal Svcs Grainger Equipment Groth. Bonnie Mileage Reimb Ground Zero Music Supplies Hague, Megan A. Depositions Fecr025860 Handicap Village/Dba/Opportuni Client Svc/March Hargin, Chad Cell Phone Reimb Harmony House Hc Center Client Svc Harris, Julie April 2010 Mileage Hartford Mobile Home Park Client Rent Harvey, Ilka Client Rent Herberger Const Company Proj # Bros-C091 Hickman Distributing Inc Supplies Hinshaw, Mark R Client Svc Hsbc Business Solutions Supplies Hutchison, Peg Supply Reimbursement Hy-Vee Accounts Receivable Food/Client Rx/Supplies la Dept Human Serv/Enhnc Clients Svc/January la Drug Ct Foundation Grant Writer Adv Reim Idals Certification/Songayllo Ikon Office Solutions Copier Rental Imagetek Inc Annual Hardware Maint Indianola, City Of Client Utilities-3 Indoff Inc. Supplies Innovative Industries Client Svc Iowa Alliance In Home Care Webinar/AnConf RegFees Iowa Communities Assurance P tns Deductible Iowa Department Transportation Supplies iowa Roofing Company Supplies Iowa Telecom Msag/Rad Ckts/Apr Ph Iowa Workforce Development Unemployment Claims Iowwa Conference Registration Isaca Cont Fee/BonnesNander James Oil Company LIc Diesel Fuel/Ug Stg Jefferson Plaza Rent 5/15 - 6/14 Kimball Midwest Services Koch Brothers Supplies Kovacevich, Mary Client Services Kramer, Paul D Client Rent/May Kreisers Inc Supplies Laboratory Corp Of Amedca Services Lafrenz, Ryan Magic Conf Reimb Lee, James W LodgingMeals/FbinaaConf Liberty Tire Recycling LIc Services Link Properties LIc Client Rent/Pt April M & M Sales Company Equipment Contract Mail Services LIc Print& Posta Apr 2010 Matt Parr0tt & Sons Co Supplies Mccarthy & Hamrock Pc Clients Svc Mccoy Sanitation Corp Apr Svcs&Jan(Lost Ck) Mccoy True Value Supplies Med-Tech Resource Inc Supplies Medicap Pharmacy Inmate Rx Menards - Des Molnes Materials Merck Sharp & Dohme Corp Medical Supplies Mercy Clinics Inc Inmate Svcs Meyer, Rebecca Wellness Speaker Fees Mldamerican Energy Utilities Middleswart, Kevin Mileage & Parking Reimb Miller-Sivertsen, Molly Wellness Morgan Andersen Consulting L Rising Stars April 2010 726.52 952.00 90.55 263.83 288.70 275.00 6,135.00 107.83 7,501.12 109.39 14.40 670.20 48.00 466.40 1,620.00 20.00 555.63 179.40 359.00 1,762.52 1,074.08 180.50 97.00 96.57 402.00 37.16 119.05 429.51 70.00 535.59 50.00 15.56 1,331.25 150.00 510.00 125.00 12.24 400.00 37.54 180.00 671.52 24.00 141.10 15.22 1,097.00 235.76 77.95 441.00 22.50 1,500.00 17;621.40 95.00 23.52 113.53 1 ,OO0.~ 1,770.88 20,419.69 865.00 400.00 1,850.00 104.80 40.00 10.00 67.50 1,081.00 15.00 5,146.00 25.20 933:99 400.00 18,215.73 426.13 150.00 1,135.39 271.37 6,127.49 119797:12 1,800.00 15.00 90.00 341.00 551.88 107~30 269.04 245.00 2,500~00 2,03"1.00 392.05 1,04~1.83 6,9111.00 100.00 210.00 35,077.33 4,248.60 226.05 145.31 249.14 495.00 25.68 673.00 835.49 213.22 289.50 370.00 140.71 1,289.64 1,640.75 390.00 219.50 774.06 101.36 29.58 55.50 147.94 179.00 150.00 3,261.66 262.80 544.69 2,452.04 Natural Landscapes Inc Lawn Treatment 55.00 Nextel Communications Cellular Service 196.84 Nielsen, Shawnna Mileage 3/24 - 3/26 38.00 N Warren Town & County New Mar 16 Min Claims Res284.41 Occupational Health Centers/Sw Random Drug Testing 203.00 Officemax Inc Supplies 454.05 Omb's Express Police Supply Veh Supplies 478.00 Orchard Place Client Services 38.40 Ottumwa Regional Health CtrClient Svc 5,440,00 Peoples Bank Check Order 78.96 Pierce, Larry Client Rent 450.00 Pinnacle Mapping Mapping Services 31,800.00 Pitney Bowes Inc.-Rental MailSystemRentalPostage 929.00 Polk Co Sheriff's Office Not Of Hearing&Summons186.00 Polk County Medical Examiner Med Examiner Services 3,413.00 Postmaster Stamps 70.40 Praxair Distribution Inc Cylinders 243.94 Quality Plumbing & Heating Supplies 42.88 Qwest Phone Svc 2,229.70 Red Rock Area Comm Action Client Transportation 245.00 Richmond Center, The - Client Svc 252.24 Rupp, Katherine Supply Reimbursement 122.10 Sassi Institute, The Supplies 178.00 Shred-It Des Molnes Paper Shredding 1,691.00 Sidwell Company, The Supplies 66.94 Sinclair Architects LC. Phase11 a&CFees&Exps 6,242.80 Sporer & Flanagan Pc Client Svc 150.00 Sprint Solutions Inc Phone Service 299.94 Staples Advantage Supplies 75.78 Stofferahn, Jaimie Supplies Mile Relmb April 426.57 Storey Kenworthy Supplies 334.50 Texkem Incorporated Supplies 320.28 Tom, Jess Lock And Key 59.35 Treasurer State Of Iowa Client Svc/CI GI Mp Ww 30,516.91 Tyler Technologies Training 909.50 Us Cellular Cell Ph Svc 1,833.51 Utterback, Thomas J. Death Investigation 196.36 Vandale Village Uc Client Rent 840.00 Vehzon Wireless Cell/Card Wireless 289.54 WaI-Mart Community Brc Supplies 486.54 Warren Co Mh/Dd Comm Svc March Svc/March 977.86 Warren Co Veterans Affairs Postage Relmb 92.96 Warren County Engineer Oct/Dec 09 Street Signs1,059.97 Warren County Treas/Ld Ld Calls/March - Phone 1,524.29 Wiegert Disposal Inc Refuse Service 179.00 Wolin & Associates Inc Services 10,280.94 Woods Motel & Rv Park Transcient Lodging 40.00 Wright, Daniel Wellness Speaker Fees 150.00 Wyckoff Industries Geothermal Install 46,600.22 RESOLUTION 10-122 TREASURER'S OFFICE RESIGNATION BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisor's accept with regret the resignation of Anne M. Johnston from the Treasurer's office. Effective April 27, 2010. Carded unanimously. RESOLUTION 10-123 HIRE INTERN FOR ZONING OFFICE BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisor's hereby ap- prove the hiring of Emily E. Smith as an Intern for Warren County Wellness at a wage of $10.00 per hour effective May 24, 2010. Emily will be a temporary employee-and will not receive benefits. Carried unanimously. RESOLUTION 10-124 APPROVE FIREWORKS PERMIT BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisor's hereby ap- prove a fireworks permit for F::d Cook of Viking Pyrotechnics, Inc. effective Sun- day, July 4, 2010 with a rain date of Monday, July 5, 2010. Carried unanimously. RESOLUTION 10-125 APPROVE LIQUOR UCENSE BE iT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisor's hereby ap- prove the Special Class C liquor license for Richard E. Motzko of Happy Apple and Class C Comr'nercial liquor license for County Line Caf~ subject to the state answerin~ some questions. Gamed unanimously. RE OLUTION 10-t ' BUDGET RE-APPROPRIATION BE IT RESOLVED THAT, there be the following re-appropriation for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2010: From To Public Health Nursing $5,100 Home Care Aide $5,100 Carried unanimously. RESOLUTION 10-127 BUDGET RE-APPROPRIATION BE IT RESOLVED THAT, there be the following re-appropriation for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2010: From To General Services $ 5,000 Non-Departmental $ 5,000 Middleswart- Aye, Grace- Aye, Shull-Nay RESOLUTION 10-128 BUDGET APPROPRIATION WHEREAS, on June 16, 2009 the Board of Supervisors approved appropriating 97% of the total budge{ to the various departments; NOW, BE tT RESOLVED THAT, the remaining 3% unappropriated budget for all departments except Information Technology, Library and Historical Society, which had previously been approved. The Treasurer shall receive the remaining 3% appropriation for salary and benefited items only in the amount of $14,469, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2010. Not to include pro-rated portion. Carded unanimously. RESOLUTION 10-129 DESTROY OLD RECORDS BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the request from the Auditor's office to destroy the following old records:. FY 2000 & Pdor: Financial Reports - FY 02 & 03: All Claims Is hereby approved. Carded unanimously. RESOLUTION 10-130 APPROVE DCAT RENEWALS/CONTRACTS FY 2011 BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Subervisor's hereby ap- prove the DCAT renewals and contracts for FY 2011. Carded unanimously. RESOLUTION 10-131 TEMPORARY ROAD CLOSURES BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the following roads be temporarily closed: Jersey Street, from N. 15~ Street in Indianola, Iowa, thence east approximately 1.0 mile, terminating at 150~ Avenue; 150= Avenue, from Iowa Hwy 92, thence north, terminating at Illinois Street; and, Jewell Street, from 150= Avenue, thence east, terminating approximately two hundred (200) feet west of Highway 92, Effective May 16, 2010 for Lazertest and; effective July 30 through August 7, 2010, during the National Balloon Classic. AND WHEREAS, pursuant to the provisions of Chapter 321, Section 236 of the Code of Iowa, whereby the Board of Supervisors may regulate the standing or parking of ~/ehicles, the parking of vehicles shall be prohibited on both sides of the following roads: Jersey Street, from N. 15t~ Street east to 150t~ Avenue; Johnson Street, from Highway 92 south and east to 160t" Avenue; 150t" Avenue, from Kennedy Street north to Highway 92; 150t" Avenue, from Highway 92 north to Illinois Street; and, Illinois Street, from 150= Avenue to 160~ Avenue effective May 16, 2010, for LazerFest and effective July 30 through August 7, 2010, during the National Balloon Classic. Carried unanimously. RESOLUTION 10-132 AGREEMENT WITH UNDERGROUND-R63 SOUTH RIVER BRIDGE BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby approve an agreement with Underground for R-63 Bridge over South River, work to be completed and paid by June 30, 2010. Carried unanimously. RESOLUTION 10-133 TEMPORARY ROAD CLOSURES BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the following roads be temporarily closed; 10th Ave South of Hwy 92 to Larrabee, effective April 25, 2010 due to water over the read. Carried unanimously. WEED NOTICE BE IT RESOLVED BY THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF WARRENCOUNTY THAT PURSUANT TO THE PROVISIONS OF CHAPTER 317, CODE OF IOWA, IT IS ORDERED: That each owner and each person in the possession or control of any lands in Warren County, shall cut, burn, or otherwise destroy all Noxious Weeds thereon, as defined in this Chapter, at such time in each year and in such manner as shall prevent said weeds from blooming or com!ng to maturity, and shall keep said lands free from such growth as shall render the streets or highway adjoining said lands unsafe for public travel. Noxious Weeds shall be cut or otherwise de- stroyed on or before the following dates and as often hereafter as is necessary to prevent seed production: June 1, 2010 Primary and secondary noxious weeds listed below, with the exception of Canada thistle August 1, 2010 Canada thistle Primary noxious weeds: Quack grass, perennial sow thistle, Canada thistle, bull thistle, European morning glory or field bindweed, horse nettle, leafy spurge, perennial pepper grass, Russian knapweed, buckthorn, and all other species of thistles belonging in the genera of Cirsium and Carduus. Secondary noxious weeds: butterpdnt, cocklebur, wild mustard, wild carrot, buckhorn, sheep sorrel, sour dock, smooth dock, poison hemlock, multiflora rose, wild sunflower, puncture vine, teasel and shaftercane. The multiflora rose shall not be considered a secondary noxious weed when cultivated for or used as understock for cultivated roses or as ornamental shrubs in gardens, or in any county whose board of supervisors has by resolution de- clared it not to be a noxious weed. Shattercane shall not be considered a sec- ondary noxious weed when cultivated or in any county whose board of supervi- sors has by resolution declared it not to be a noxious weed. That if the owners or person in possession or control of any land in Warren County fail to qomply with the foregoing orders, the Weed Commissioner shall cause this to be done and the expense of said work, including costs of serving notice and other costs, if any, to be assessed against the real estate. carried unanimously: The Supervisors gave reports of their previous week's activities. The next regular meeting will be held on May 18, 2010 at 9:30 a.m. Upon proper motion the meeting was adjourned at 11:51 a.m. A-I-rEST: Traci VanderLinden, AUDITOR G. Kevin Middleswart, CHAIR OFFICIAL PUBLICATION ORDINANCE NO. 10-04 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE CODE OF ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF NORWALK, IOWA, CHAPTER 17.40, BY AMENDING PROVISIONS PERTAINING TO THE SURFACING REQUIREMENTS OF OFF-STREET PARKING AND LOADING BE IT ENACTED by the City Council of the City of Norwalk, Iowa: SECTION 1. SECTION MODIFIED. Section 17.40.030(F)(2) of the Cede of Or- dinances of the City of Norwalk, Iowa, Surfacing Standards, is repealed and the following adopted in lieu thereof: 17.40.030(F)(2) Surfacing Requirements. All off-street parking and loading areas and access roadways shall be designed and constructed in accordance with the latest published version of the Statewide Urban Design Specifications (SUDAS). Off-street parking of automobiles, vans, construction equipment, and any other mobile vehicles equipped for street and highway travel shall be on an asphaltic or Portland cement concrete paved off-street parking area as required herein and not parked or stored within the landscaped open space area of the front yard between the building and public street right-of-way, except, however, the storage of a recreational vehicle, a camper, and boat within the rear yard upon an unpaved area shall be permitted. Paved driveways and any associated off-street parking areas within the front yard of a single-family detached residence shall not occupy greater than fifty (50) percent of the area between the building setback line and public right-of- way, and shall not provide greater than one (1) parking space in addition to that provided in the traveled portion of the driveway. Driveways shall not be greater than 20 feet in width between the public street roadway and a point on private plgp0r~ whi~rl i0 ~[1~,~1~ fiw/0/foot from the ~treet ri~ht-or-wa)'. ~ ...... ),= shall have a maximum flare of two (2) feet on each side. Driveways shall be ~o graded and drained to dispose of the surface water to the street or public desig- nated storm water drainage easements or facilities. SECTION 2. SEVERABILITY CLAUSE. If any section, provision or part of 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 Council the 3"~ day of June, 2010, and approved this 3~ day of June, 2010. /s/Doug Pierce, Mayor ArrEST: /s/Jeff Rosien, City Clerk I certify that the foregoing was published as Ordinance No. 10-04, on the 17~ day of June, 2010. /s/Jeff Rosien, City Clerk . After 4 p.m. Mon.- Pot Roast Tues. - Beef & Noodles Wed. - Chicken Fried Steak Thurs.- Chicken & Noodles Fri,- Hot Beef Sandwich Sat.- Baby Back Ribs Family Value Meals Include Potato, Green Beans & Dinner Roll 1031 Sunset Dr., Norwalk 981-1031