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Page Six N/Warren Town and County News Thursday, June 18, 2015 OFFICIAL PUBLICATION MINUTES OFTHE REGULAR NORWALK CITY COUNCIL MEETING ON 6-04-15 (abridged for publication) Mayor Phillips called the City Council meeting to order at 6:02 p.m. Present at roll call: Erika Isley, Kyle Jackson, Tom Greteman and JaM Livingston. Absent: Eric Delker (RC = roll call vote) Mayor Phillips noted that the council is requesting discussion only for proposed food truck ordinance, no action. 15-092 Jackson moved, Isley seconded to approve the agenda as amended. Voice vote carried unanimously. 15-093 Isley moved, Livingston seconded to approve minutes of May 21st regu- lar council meeting. Voice vote carried unanimously. Consent included tax abatement applications; street closures for Lakewood Days on June 20, and the parade, fireworks display and park activities on July 4; Block parties at 600 block of Tangelo Circle on July 11, and 1300 block of Hunter Drive on June 13, and expenditures: A+ LAWN EQUIPMENT 187.63 ACME ELECTRIC EQUIPMENT 86.62 ACQUIRE MAGAZINE ADVERTISING 475.00 AIA CORPORATION CLOTHING ALLOW 53.75 ALEX LANDGREBE REIMBURSE 25.00 ALL IOWA POOL CHEMICALS 446.89 BARCO MUNICIPAL BARRICADES 664.61 BARRACUDA SPAM FIREWALL 499.00 BEDWELL GARDENS SUPPLIES 4,008.50 CAPITAL SANITARY SUPPLIES 692.47 CONCENTRA MED TESTING 82.00 CONTROLLED ACCESS SERVICE CALL 205.08 DEBBIE WHITE REFUND 25.00 DELAGE LANDEN LEASE AGREEMENT 527.02 DORSEY & WHITNEY LEGAL SERVICES 0.00 ELECTRIC PUMP EQUIPMENT 350.00 EMILY STEVENS REFUND 39.50 FED EX MAILING 5.63 HEARTLAND TECH LIBRARY WIRELESS 994.00 ILLINOIS FIRE STORE C IMPROVEMENTS 1,421.18 INDIANOLA FIRE DEPT BILLING 1,995.00 INDOFF INC SUPPLIES 312.33 IA DEPT OF PUB SAFETY ONLINE WARRANTS 1,391.52 IOWA DNR FORESTRY TREES 414.80 IOWA ONE CALL ONE CALL LOCATES 496.10 JAMES OIL CO DIESEL 7,338.00 JENNIFER MILLARD REFUND 25.00 JEREMY BAKER REIM/TRNG 9.54 JUSTIN VOS REFUND 25.00 KABEL BUS HRA 3,685.21 KOCH BROTHERS COPIER CONTRACT 6,399..49 KUEHL, NANCY REIM SUPP 24.;34 LASER RESOURCES MAINT COPIER 500.O5 LEHMER, GARY .WATER CERT 60.00 MCCLURE ENG NClS IMPROVE 10,400.00 MEDIACOM TELECOM 157.40 MENARDS SUPPLIES 133.15 MWA LARGE ITEM 0.00 MICHELLE KOPP REFUND 46.00 MIKE MYERS NUISANCE 720.00 MPS ENGINEERS PC ENG HOLLY DR 439,673.68 NORTH WARREN ORD 1503 193.69 NORWALK SCHOOLS SHARED SERV 25,000.00 NORWALK FiRE DEPT CPR CARDS 70.00 PEPSI-COLA CONCESSIONS 1,020390 PITNEY BOWES LEASE 735.00 ROCK N ROLLOF 30YD DUMPSTER 348.00 SETH ZRUCKY IDNR CERT 120.00 SHIVE HA'FTERY INC CEDAR STREET 5,150.61 SPRINGER PEST PEST CONTROL 68.00 STANDRIDGE LOGO 204.00 DES MOINES REGISTER SUBSCRIPTION 31.00 TK CONCRETE WAKONDA DR 81,393.85 UNITY POINT HEARING TESTS 242.80 UTILITY EQUIP SUPPLIES 223.00 V&K NW AREA SEWER 18,614.02 VOORHEES TAEK TAEKWQNDO 483.00 WARREN WATER 7986 S ORILLA 1,428.00 WINNERS CIRCLE PLAQUE 40.(00 15-094 Livingston moved, Greteman seconded to approve consent passed unani- mously, RC vote. 15-095 Jackson moved, Isley seconded to adopt Resolution No. 0604-15-049 approving an engineering agreement for the Center Street 2015 distribution sys- tem upgrades passed unanimously, RC vote. 15-096 Livingston moved, Greteman seconded to table the proposed ordinance related to outdoor consumption of alcoholic beverages passed unanimously, RC vote. 15-097 Motion by Uvingston, seconded by Greteman to pass the first, of three, readings of the proposed ordinance amending Chapter 160 Residential Code of the Code of Ordinances for the City of Norwalk, Iowa by adopting the 2012 Inter- national Residential Code with amendments passed unanimously, RC vote. 15-098 Motion by Greteman, seconded by Jackson to table the resolution adopt- ing a change order policy passed unanimously, RC vote. 15-099 Motion by Jackson, seconded by Greteman to approve Resolution No. 0604-15-050 adopting National Interoperability Channels as set forth by Polk County Joint E911 Service Board and appointing representatives of the board passed unanimously, RC vote. 15-100 Motion by Isley, seconded by Jackson to pass the second, of three, read- ings of proposed ordinance amending the Dobson Planned Unit Development passed unanimously, RC vote. 15-101 Motion by Uvingston, seconded by Greteman to waive the 3 "j, and final, reading of Ordinance 15-05 amending the Dobson Planned Unit Development passed unanimously, RC vote. 15-102 Jackson moved, Livingston seconded to adjourn meeting at 7:32 p.m. Voice vote carried unanimously. Tomffhillips, Mayor Attest: Jodi Eddleman, City Clerk SUBSCRIBE TODAY! Send $18 check or money order for a one year subscription to POBox 325, Norwalk, IA 50211 OFFICIAL PUBLICATION ORDINANCE NO. 379-Z AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE WARREN COUNTY ZONING ORDINANCE/ ZONING MAP TO RECLASSIFY LANDS WITHIN WARREN COUNTY, IOWA FROM FPC (FLOODPLAIN AND CONSERVATION DISTRICT)TO A-1 (AGRICULTURAL DISTRICT). BE ITAND IT IS HEREBY ENACTED by the Warren County Board of Supervi- sors: ARTICLE I. PURPOSE. The purpose of this Ordinance is to amend the Warren County Zoning Ordinance so as to reclassify certain lands within Warren County, Iowa as indicated. ARTICLE II. AMENDMENT. That the following premises be hence forth reclas- sified as rezoned to A-1 (Agricultural District) on property described as: That part of the Northeast Quarter of the Southwest Quarter of Section 6, Town- ship 75 North, Range 25 West of the 5th P.M., Warren County, Iowa, described as follows; Beginning at the southwest corner of said Northeast Quarter of the Southwest Quarter; thence North 00 degrees 41 minutes 44 seconds East, 451.98 feet along the west line of said Northeast Quarter of the Southwest Quarter; thence North 88 degrees 54 minutes 38 seconds East, 250.12 feet; thence South 00 degrees 41 minutes 44 seconds West, 451.98 feet to the south line of said North- east Quarter of the Southwest Quarter; thence South 88 degrees 54 minutes 38 seconds West, 250,12 feet along said south line to the pc nt of beg nn ng, hav ng an area of 2.59 acres including 0.59 acres of Warren County Road Easement. ARTICLE II1. ZONING ORDINANCE AND ZONING MAP. That the Warren County Zoning Map, indicating the reclassification of the districts, and the War- ren County Zoning Ordinance are hereby repealed so as to change the reclassi- fication as set forth above. ARTICLE IV. WHEN EFFECTIVE. This Ordinance shall be in effect after its passage and approval and publication as required by law. Passed and approved this 21 s day of April, 2015. ATTEST: WARREN COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS /s/Traci VanderLinden /s/Doug Shull TRACIVANDERLINDEN DOUG SHULL, Chair AYE Warren County Auditor /s/Dean C.Yordi DEAN C. YORDI, Vice-Chair AYE /s/Crystal Mclntyre CRYSTAL MCINTYRE, Member AYE Activities at the NORWALK LIBRARY 1051 North Ave. * 981-0217 Summer Reading sign,up continues through July 10. Tuesday, June 23 Remembering Our Fallen, today through July 1. The library is hosting an exhibit honoring Iowa's fallen mili- tary heroes since 9/11. Preschool Storytime, 10:30 a.m. For ages 3 to 5 years, join us for picture books, songs and flannel boards. This storytime is also a good fit for daycare groups and par- ents attending with several children. It lasts 25-30 min- utes. Preschool Superhero Party, 2-3"30 p.m. Join us for games, activities and crafts based on superheroes! Dress like a superhero if you'd like! Wednesday, June 24 Kids Art Studio, 10-11 a.m. Wednesdays through July 22, kids of all ages are invited to drop by the li- brary to create an art project! Lego Time, 2-3 p.m. Wednesdays through July 22, kids of all ages are also invited to drop in and build with Legos! Thursday, June 25 Toddler Storytime, 10:30 a.m. For ages 18 months to two years, expect rhymes, finger plays, short books, songs and movement activities for toddlers at this in- teractive, energetic storytime! Lasts 20-25 minutes. Magician David Casas, 2-3 p.m. Children are invited to the library to be amazed with magic! Pajama Storytime, 7 p.m. Come to the library in the evening for this twice-monthly storyfime! We'll share picture books for all ages and sing some silly songs. Pajamas are optional, and this storytime lasts 20-25 minutes. Friday, June 26 History of Comic Book Superheroes, 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. Teens and adults are invited to this free lunch where our guest, author and illustrator Terry Fisk, talks about the artists and writers who created such well-known superheroes as Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Iron Man, Spider-Man, Captain America and more, and reveals the influences and inspiration for-these power- ful characters. He examines the history of comic books and the impact they've had on our culture. Registra- tion Required. This event is sponsored by City State Bank. Interactive Movie: Mystery Men, 6-8:30 p.m. Teens age 13 and older and adults can come by the library for fun and laughter as we interact with this superhero spoof! Props for interacting with the movie and refresh- ments will be provided. There will be prizes for origi- nal superhero costumes and door prizes just for fun. This event requires registration with a $2 reservation fee - it is refunded when you attend the event. Per- mission slip required for teens. POLICE REPORT Disclaimer: All defendants are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. June 4 report was made. Investi- Missing Property gation continues in this (Computer), 800 block matter. High Road. Information June 7 was taken and a report was Warrant Arrest, 1000 made. The property was block Norwood Drive. later located by owner. George Kick, Norwalk, June 5 was arrested on active Theft from Motor Ve- felony probation warrants hicle (Tobacco products), from Warren County and 900 block E 17th Street. In- Polk County. Subject was formation taken and a re- processed and transported port was made. to the Warren County Jail. Vehicle Crash, 900 June9 block E 18th Street. Vehicle Vehicle Crash, West driven by Brenda North Avenue. Vehicle Alexander, Indianola, driven by Tyler Hixson, struck a parked vehicle Cummings, struck a deer, belonging to Lisa Glass, causing damage to the ve- Pensacola, FL. Information hicle. A report was made was taken and a report was and forwarded to the Iowa forwarded to the Iowa De- Department of Transporta- partment of Transporta- tion. tion. June 10 June 6 Theft Report (Bicycles), Traffic Stop, 500 block 2200 block Shady Lane Sunset Drive. RayCramer, Drive. Information was St Charles, was arrested taken and a report was and charged with Operat- made. Investigation active ing While Intoxicated, Pos- at this time. session of Marijuana, Pos- Vehicle Crash, Hwy 28 session Drug Parapherna- and Hwy 5 bypass. Vehicle lia and Speeding. Subject driven by Carrie Patton, was processed and trans- Indianola, struck a vehicle ported to the Warren driven by Stacy Hildreth, County Jail. rural Norwalk. A report Theft from Building was made and forwarded (Purse), 2900 Sunset Drive. to the Iowa Department of Information taken and a Transportation. SHERIFF'S REPORT Disclaimer: All defendants are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. iay_ Runaway report; 15- year-old male from Prole. Child Abuse investiga- tion, 15-year-old male vic- tim from Northern Warren County; unfounded. Child enticement inves- tigation, 15-year-old female victim from Warren County. MaMaK 4000 block of 113th Av- enue, John Stroud, Norwalk, reported his gar- bage can stolen from in front of his residence; $200 loss. Bevington Kum & Go reported gas drive off. Driver located, returned and paid for gas. Victim declined charges. 1100 block of Southwold Road, Casey Porter, 27, Des Moines, was arrested on probation/parole violation warrants. Casey Rub 28, Des Moines, was arrested for driving while barred. 11000 block of Delaware Street, Rebecca Potts, Norwalk, reported a theft of a trash can; $100 loss. June 1 Escape, two inmates es- caped from the Warren County Jail, Darian Crayton, 29, Des Moines, and Frank Manders, 26, Indianola. Manders was re- arrested and charged with escape June 1. Crayton was captured by Urbandale Po- lice Department in their city and booked at the Dal- las County Jail on out- standing warrants from various jurisdictions. 8100 block of Crestview Drive, Garry Cunningham, Des Moines, reported a burglary. Nothing stolen, $300 damage to door. ACCIDENTS- June 8 - 6:32 p.m.: Miranda Pomeroy, 17, Norwalk, and Matthew Holmes, 17, Des Moines, vehicle versus bicycle acci- dent at the bike trail cross- ing in Cumming. June 9 - 9:35 p.m.: An- gela Bell, 42, Indianola, was northbound and struck a deer. OOK 1 NOTES I (NAPS)--Beautifully illus- trated with 200 full-color photographs, "Mexico: The Cookbook" features 650 recipes taken from across the entire country. Author Margarita Carril]o Arron is one of Mexico's most respected culinary figures. 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