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Thursday, July 4, 2019 N/Warren Town and County News Page Five OFFICIAL PUBLICATION ABRIDGED MINUTES OF THE NORWALK REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING ON 6-20-19 (Minutes to be approved at the July 18, 2019 meeting) MayorTom Phillips called the City Council meeting to order at 6:00 PM. Present at roll call: Brian Baker, Ed Kuhl, David Lester (via phone), Jaki Livingston and Stephanie Riva. Absent: None. (RC = roll call vote) Staff present included: Luke Parris, Community Development Director; Tony Bellizzi, Veenstra Kimm City Engineer; Wayne Schwartz, Public Works Director; Ryan Coburn, Fire Chief; Robin Leaper, Parks Recreation Director; Hollie Zajicek, Economic Development Director; Jean Furler, Finance Director; Greg Staples, Police Chief; Lindsey Offenburger, City Clerk; Luke Nelson, City Manager; Jim Dougherty, City Attorney. Pledge of Allegiance Motion by Kuhl, seconded by Riva to approve the agenda as amended by removing item "9", New Additional Privilege Liquor License with outdoor service for Outskirtz, 8384 S Orilla Hwy for July 2324, 2019 and also removing item “9" from consent and placing on the regular agenda, the consideration of a Resolution Appointing Representatives to City of Norwalk Boards and Commissions, carried unanimously voice vote. Dedicated Work Session Diligent Land Use Discussion Dave Brown, HH Norwalk, presented the Hughes Century Crossing Development area. Chad O’Meara with Ignit discussed the lgnitdevelopment in the Hughes Century Crossing Development area. Welcome of guests public comment Brian Gudenkauf, 1338 Casady Drive, Norwalk, IA 50211 commented on stormwater runoff concerns around his property. Presentations Capital Crossroads Stormwater Presentation by Aaron Chittenden Break at 7:06pm Break over at 7:11 pm Motion by Livingston, seconded by Riva to approve the Minutes of the June 6, 2019 regular City Council meeting, carried unanimously, voice vote. Motion by Kuhl, seconded by Livingston to approve the consent agenda which included: tax abatements; Street Closure Application — 4th of July Parade July 4th; Cigarette Permits (renewals); New Liquor License Outdoor Service - Norwalk Fire Fighters Association RAGBRAI Event, NonNaIk City Park July 21 —25, 2019; Resolution 19109 to Approve Pay Estimate No. 1 to Caliber Concrete LLC in the amount of $127,563.81 for Elizabeth Holland Park infrastructure improvements Project; Resolution 19110 to Approve 28E Supplemental Agreement for Snow Removal on IA—28 with the Iowa Department of Transportation; Resolution 19111 Authorizing Approval to Execute a Grant Agreement with the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation; Resolution 19112 Accepting the Certificate of Completion for the Delaware Street Improvement Project and Final Pay Estimate No. 7 to Sternquist Construction, Inc.; Resolution 19113 setting July 18, 2019 for Public Hearing for a Proposal for the Rezoning of Property east of Elizabeth Holland Park and Colonial Parkway south of Beardsley Street to the Paxton Pointe PUD containing a combination of R-1, R-2, R-3 R—4 Residential Zones; Resolution 19114 setting July 18, 2019 for Public Hearing for a Proposal for the Rezoning of Property at 7986 S Orilla Rd. from RE-1 Rural Estates to C-1 Neighborhood Commercial; Approve Job Description and Compensation for Economic Development Program Coordinator; Approve Job Description for Full-Time Parks Technician; Resolution 19115 Approving Professional Engineering Services Agreement for Beardsley Street Rehabilitation/HMA Resurfacing Project; Resolution 19116 Authorizing the Execution of an Agreement with Cunningham Recreation to Remove Existing Mulch from Billy 0. Phillips Park Prior to the Wheelchair Swing Installation Project; Resolution 1 91 17 Authorizing Approval to Execute an Agreement with Youth Elite Soccer (YESsoccer); Neighborhood Block Party Application 1300 Block of Hunter Dr. June 29, 2019 5pm 11pm; New Outdoor Service Privilege Liquor License 804 Main- July 22—24, 2019; monthly reports; and expenditures, carried unanimously, RC. Payee Description Amount A+ LAWN AND LANDSCAPE IRRIGATION SERVICE AT COMPLEX 2,333.56 ABSOLUTE CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION REMOVE REPLACE INT CHERRY/HIGH 62,300.00 ABT MAILCOM INSERT CCR REPORT 2,194.20 ACME TOOLS 12 ELLIS BLADES FOR SAW 558.00 AGRILAND FS, iNC SPRAY AT COMPLEX 2,704.00 ALL DATA LLC ANNUAL RENEWAL REPAIR SERIES 1,500.00 ALL IOWA POOL WATER TESTING & CLEANING SUPPLIES 469.18 AMAZON , BOOKS 4,642.15 ANGELA DAVIDSON ART IN CITY PARK & BROWNIE PARK 760.94 ANKENY SANITATION SPORTS COMPLEX 55.08 BAKER & TAYLOR INC FILM 322.71 BARCO MUNICIPAL PRODUCTS TRAFFIC CONES & BASES 1,421.80 BEST PORTABLE TOILETS 2 TOILET FOR COMPLEX 140.00 BIG GREEN UMBRELLA MEDIA iNC MONTHLY NORWALK LIVING MAGAZINE 1,206.00 BLUESTONE ENGINEERING AIR CONDITIONING PROJECT 479.84 BOBS CUSTOM TROPHIES PRIVATE DOOR PLATES 246.25 BOUND TREE MEDICAL, LLC EMS MEDICAL SUPPLIES 221.99 BOWEN DESIGN LLC LIFEGUARD STAFF T-SHIRTS 799.60 BREAKOUT. INC PLATFORM ACCESS 50.00 BRETT LETO UTILITY DEPOSIT REFUND 515 ELM AVE 0.42 BROAD REACH BOOKS 183.60 BRYAN NOLTE UTILITY DEPOSIT REFUND 318 W HIGH RD 29.15 CALIBER CONCRETE, LLC ELIZABETH HOLLAND PARK PARTIAL PAYMENT #1 127,563.81 CANTEEN REFRESHMENT SERVICES PS COFFEE ’ 90.94 CAPITAL CITY EQUIPMENT CO BREAKER FOR SKIDSTEER 70.58 CAPITAL CITY FRUIT FRUIT WELLNESS COMMITTEE 22.00 CAPITAL SANITARY SUPPLIES CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES 441.34 CENTRAL IOWA PEST CONTROL SERVICES INC CH PEST CONTROL 240.75 CENTURYLINK POOL PHONE 112.51 CHET JOHNSON UTILITY DEPOSIT REFUND - 343 TURNBERRY DR 16.70 CHRIST OUR SAVIOR LUTHERAN CHURCH GYM RENTAL - TKD 420.00 CITY OF WEST DES MOINES WESTCOM OUTDOOR SIREN SYSTEM 6,975.00 CNM OUTDOOR EQUIPMENT FABRICATED DECK 3,600.00 CORE & MAIN LAKEWOOD CIR SUBDRAIN PROJECT 1,492.80 CTI READY MIX, LLC CONCRETE BEARDSLEY LAKEWOOD DR STREETS 1,290.50 DAN DREFKE HYDRANT DEPOSIT REFUND 1,800.00 DAVID MALLETT UTILITY DEPOSIT REFUND 1173 COLUMBINE CT 0.13 DEANNA SCHULZ MILEAGE REIMBURSEMENT 40.60 DES MOINES REGISTER DAILY AT CITY HALL , 42.00 DES MOINES REGISTER MEDIA NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING 21.60 DMACC REAL COLORS WORKSHOP 591.60 DOWNEY TIRE TRUCK #1045 TIRE REPAIR SERVICE CALL 130.89 EMILY MCCAULEY COMPOST IT TOTE REFUND — PRORATED 15.00 EMS BILLING SERVICES REFUNDS EMS PAYMENT REFUND 99.92 FAREWAY KOSOVO ECONOMIC CITY LUNCHEON 668.89 FARO TECHNOLOGIES, INC PROPLAN SOFTWARE 400.00 GALLS LLC EMPLOYEE UNIFORMS 274.96 GARY LEHMER REIMBURSE -TIE DOWN STRAPS 30.00 HAWKINS, INC. POOL CHEMICALS 83.76 HEIMAN FIRE EQUIPMENT FIRE HOSE 560.45 INDOFF INC OFFICE SUPPLIES 626.01 352.50 IONAWNICAI'IONSNETVWEK INTERNET CONNECTION IOWA DEPARTMENT OF INSPECTIONS APPEALS RENEWAL FOOD SERVICE LICENSE FOR POOL CONCESSIONS 150.00 IOWA DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC IOWA SYSTEM ACCESS 1,020.00 IOWA ONE CALL LOCATION NOTIFICATIONS 806.90 IOWA PRISON INDUSTRIES STREET SIGNS 1,318.80 IOWA SPORTS TURF MANAGEMENT INC AGLIME FOR SPORTS COMPLEX 485.00 IOWA WINDOW SERVICE INC CH EXTERIOR 93.50 J K CONTRACTING, LLC SUPPLEMENTAL CONTRACT FOR SEEDING LAKEWOOD DRIVE PROJECT 2,352.00 JAKE’S LAWN LANDSCAPE LLC MOWINGfTRlMMING CITY FACILITIES 17,205.00 JAMES OIL COMPANY LLC GASOHOL & STATE TAX 7,426.54 JASON BROOKS TAEKWONDO CLASS 38.4.65 JENKINS GARDEN MARKET FLOWERS FOR BROWNIE PARK 249.78 JUDITH MCCLYMOND EMS PAYMENT REFUND 101.42 KASSI BAILEY REIMBURSE STATE OF THE CITY EXPENSES 23.44 KELTEK INCORPORATED VEHICLE REPAIR 129.50 KIMBERLY HILDRETH REFUND YEL SUMMER SEWING CAMP 127.00 KLOCKE’S EMERGENCY VEHICLE COT REPLACEMENT 400.00 KRISTI MORRISION REIMBURSE PARKS CLEANING SUPPLIES 42.77 LASER RESOURCES COPIER CONTRACT 991.17 MARY JANE SHARP FITNESS CLASSES 1,303.40 MATHESON TRI—GAS, INC. AMBULANCE OXYGEN 507.30 MCCLURE ENGINEERING CO NORWALK REGIONAL DETENTION POND 2,1 15.00 MEDIACOM INTERNET SERVICE 224.90 MELISSA NELSON REFUND YEL SUMMER SEWING CAMP 127.00 MENARDS DES MOINES POTHOLE PATCH - STREETS 497.07 METRO WASTE AUTHORITY COMPOST IT! TOTERS 34,631.26 MICROMARKETING ASSOCIATES BOOKS 342.56 MID IOWA ASSOC. OF LOCAL FY20 DUES/MEALS 555.82 MIDAMERICAN ENERGY 9200 SUNSET DR 61.60 NICHOLS EQUIPMENT LLC EQUIPMENT RENTAL JD505 WATER 6,038.00 NORTH WARREN TOWN & COUNT ORDINANCE 19-10 225.80 NORWALK READY-MIXED CONCR CONCRETE STREETS HIGH/MAIN . 5,528.50 NORWALK SEASONAL SERVICES 4878 LAKEWOOD DR SOD REPAIR 950.00 PEGGY CROAT CLOTHING ALLOWANCE 44.00 PITNEY BOWES PS POSTAGE METER 111.00 QUALITY TRAFFIC CONTROL, SOAP BOX DERBY CONE RENTAL 150.00 ROTO-ROOTER WINDFLOWER PARK WOMEN‘S RESTROOM CLEANED LINE 447.00 SAM'S CLUB SYNCHRONY BA RETURN — POWER WASHER 2,176.75 STANDRIDGE GROUP LLC BUSINESS CARDS 1,598.10 STERNQUIST CONSTRUCTION, INC DELAWARE STREET IMPROVEMENTS 27,462.01 STOREY KENWORTHY AP POST-IT-NOTES 171.64 TED LARE DESIGN BUILD MAGNOLIA TREES - BROWNIE PARK 343.10 THE BOOK FARM, INC. BOOKS 470.32 THE CUTTING EDGE AERIFIED SOCCER FIELDS 6,000.00 THE UNDERGROUND CO INTAKE REBUILDS 41,864.00 TRUGREEN PW LAWN TREATMENT 195.00 TURNBULL TREE SERVICE REMOVE 2 TREES STUMPS AT POOL 500.00 UNITYPOINT CLINIC-OCCUPATIONAL MEDICINE DRUG TESTING HALLER 42.00 UPHDMOOCURATIONALMEDICINE DRUG TESTING 58.00 VERIZON WIRELESS CELL PHONE SERVICE 2,034.28 WARREN COUNTY RECORDER ORDINANCES 52.00 WARRIOR RUN GOLF COURSE AUG 2018 KOSOVO FLAG RAISING CEREMONY 85.25 WOODMANOONTROLS COMPANY SERVICE CALL - VVT BOXES 326.88 NORWALK CHAMBER OF COMMERCE RAGBRAI NORWALK EVENT ‘ CONTRIBUTION 2,000.00 BOBS CUSTOM TROPHIES CHESS CAMP CHAMPION TROPHY 12.00 CORE-MARK MIDCONTINENT INC. CONCESSION STAND POOL 811.97 CUSTOM ELECTRICAL SERVICES ELECTRICAL FOR WARRIOR PARK 1,020.00 GAME TIME PLAYGROUND MULCH CITY PARK & WINDFLOWER PARK 8,176.00 HILDRETH CONSTRUCTION SERVICES LLC REMAINING 10% 0F WARRIOR PARK CONTRACT 2,547.60 LINCOLN AQUATICS LIGEFUARD RESCUE TUBES 451.53 NORWALK READY-MIXED CONCR CONRETE FOR CITY PARK SIDEWALKS FOR RAGBRAI 576.75 TAMMY RANDALL LIFEGUARD SWIMSUIT I REIMBURSEMENT 50.00 TOTAL 416,886.57 Consideration of a Resolution Appointing Representatives to City of Norwalk Boards & Commissions Motion by Kuhl, seconded by Baker to approve Resolution 19108 Appointing Representatives to City of Nomaik Boards and Commissions, motion carried on a roll call vote. Ayes: Baker, Riva, Kuhl and Livingston. Nays: None. Abstain: Lester. Motion by Livingston, seconded by Kuhl to approve‘a Special Events Application for Norwalk Lions Club 4th of July Fireworks, motion carried on a roll call vote. Ayes: Riva, Kuhl, Livingston and Baker. Nays: None. Abstain: Lester. Consideration of a Resolution setting July 18, 2019 for Public Hearing for a Proposal for the Rezoning of Property at 400 North Ave. from C-2 Community Commercial to C-4 Founders Business District Motion by Livingston, seconded by Baker to approve Resolution 19118 setting July 18, 2019 for Public Hearing for a Proposal for the Rezoning of Property at 400 North Ave. from C-2 Community Commercial to C-4 Founders Business District, carried unanimously, RC. Consideration of a Resolution Approving the Site Plan of City Hall Motion by Livingston, seconded by Baker to approve Resolution 19119 Approving the Site Plan of City Hall, carried unanimously, RC. Consideration of a Resolution Approving Parkland Dedication Agreement for Warrior Run Senior Living, Greens at Warrior Run and Warrior Run, Estates Plat 2 3 Motion by Riva, seconded by Livingston to approve Resolution 19120 Approving Parkland Dedication Agreement for Warrior Run Senior Living, Greens at Warrior Run and Warrior Run Estates Plat 2 3. carried unanimously, RC. Consideration of a Resolution Accepting Infrastructure and Approving the Final Plat of Warrior Run Senior Living Motion by Kuhl, seconded by Baker to approve Resolution 19121 Accepting Infrastructure and Approving the Final Plat of Warrior Run Senior Living, motion carried on a roll call vote. Ayes: Baker, Riva and Kuhl. Nays: Livingston and . Lester. Consideration of a Resolution Accepting Infrastructure and Approving the Final Plat of the Greens at Warrior Run Motion by Kuhl, seconded by Riva to approve Resolution 19122 Accepting Infrastructure and Approving the Final Plat of the Greens at Warrior Run, carried unanimously, RC. Consideration of a Resolution Approving the Final Plat of Farms of Holland Plat 4 Motion by Kuhl, seconded by Riva to approve Resolution 19123 Approving the Final Plat of Farms of Holland Plat 4, carried unanimously, RC. Motion by Baker, seconded by Riva to Remove from table consideration of the first and possibly more readings of an Ordinanée to Approve a Zoning Amendment related to Standard Garage Requirements, carried unanimously, RC. Consideration of the first and possibly more readings of an Ordinance to Approve a Zoning Amendment related to Standard Garage Requirements Motion by Kuhl, seconded by Baker to pass the first reading of an Ordinance to Approve 3 Zoning Amendment related to Standard Garage Requirements, motion carried on a roll call vote. Ayes: Baker, Riva and Kuhl. Nays: Lester and Livingston. Motion by Lester, seconded by Baker to Remove from table consideration of the second reading of an Ordinance Providing for Amended Water Sewer Usage Charges, carried unanimously, RC. Consideration of the second and possibly final reading of an Ordinance Providing for Amended Water Sewer Usage Charges Motion by Baker, seconded by Livingston to pass the second reading of an Ordinance Providing for Amended Water 8.‘ Sewer Usage Charges, motion carried on a roll call vote. Ayes: Baker, Riva, Kuhl and Livingston. Nays: Lester. Motion by Livingston, seconded by Baker to waive the third and final reading of Ordinance 19—1 1 Providing for Amended Water 8. Sewer Usage Charges, motion carried on a roll call vote. Ayes: Baker, Riva, Kuhl and Livingston. Nays: Lester. Consideration of the second and possibly final reading of an Ordinance Creating a New Chapter (Chapter 53) of the Norwalk Municipal Code for Open Burning Regulations within the City of Norwalk, Iowa Motion by Livingston, seconded by Baker to pass the second of and Ordinance Creating a New Chapter (Chapter 53) of the Norwalk Municipal Code for Open Burning Regulations within the City of Norwalk, Iowa, carried unanimously, RC. Motion by Livingston, seconded by Kuhl to waive the third and final reading of Ordinance 19-12 Creating a New Chapter (Chapter 53) of the Norwalk Municipal Code for Open Burning Regulations within the City of Norwalk, Iowa, carried unanimously, RC. , Council inquiries and staff updates Motion by Kuhl, seconded by Livingston to adjourn at 8:31 p.m., carried unanimously, voice vote. Lindsey Offenburger, City Clerk ' OFFICIAL PUBLICATION City of Norwalk ORDINANCE NO. 19-11 AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING FOR AMENDED WATER SEWER USAGE CHARGES Passed by City Council on June 20, 2019. Additional information and a full copy of the ordinance is available for inspection at City Hall, 705 North Avenue, Norwalk, IA 50211 ;515/981~0228 or online at documents/codes fees and polices OFFICIAL PUBLICATION ' City of Norwalk ORDINANCE NO. 19-12 AN ORDINANCE CREATING A NEW CHAPTER (CHAPTER 53) OF THE NORWALK MUNICIPAL CODE FOR OPEN’BURNING REGULATIONS WITHIN THE CITY OF NORWALK, IOWA Passed by City Council on June 20, 2019. Additional information and a full copy of the ordinance is available for inspection at City Hall, 705 North Avenue, Nomalk, lA 50211;515/981-0228 or online at documents/codes fees and polices OFFICIAL PUBLICATION NORWALK COMMUNITY SCHOOLS Regular Session June 10, 2019 The meeting was called to order at 6:00 pm. Directors _Present— David Albrecht, Justin Fletcher, Rick Kaui, Dana Schuemann,.and Maribeth Wright. The following motions were made, seconded, and approved: Approved the Consent Agenda. ' Approved Second Reading Classified Handbook 2019:2020. Approved MS/HS Renovation Change Order 1- Bid Pkg 15—2, CR-036, CPI-048, CR-002A, CCD 003b, CCD~OO3c, COD-003d, CCD~OOSe, CCD- 030, and CCD-031 . Approved IASB Legislative Priorities. Approved Show ChoirTrip to Gretna Nebraska. Approved Concussion Protocol Resolution. . Approved SAI Administrator Mentoring and Induction Progra Agreement. - Approved Preliminary Official Statement and Board Resolution to Authorize Bond Sale on 7/8/19. _ 0 Approved First Reading Boarding Policies 303.10, 308, 308.1, 309, 313, 314, 315, 316, and 317. - Approved First Reading Board Policies 303.9, 304.1. 305, 306, 308.2, 308.3, 310, 311, and 312. The meeting was adjourned at 7:22 pm. Official minutes will be available following board approval. Kate Baldwin, Board Secretary OFFICIAL PUBLICATION NORWALK COMMUNITY SCHOOLS Special Session June 24, 2019 . The meeting was called to order at 6:01 pm. Directors Present- David Albrecht, Justin Fletcher.) Rick Kaui, Dana Schuemann. and Maribeth Wright. The following motions were made, seconded, and approved: Approved the Agenda. Approved the Open Enrollment Requests. Approved Elementary Handbook. Approved 6-12 Student Handbook. Approved EV Dance Contract. v Approved CBC Chemical and CBC Prime Vendor Food Contracts. Approved the Personnel Report. Approved DMACC Observation Agreement 2019-2020. Approved Genesis Contract Renewal. . Approved Committed Fund Balance, General Fund, FY2020. Approved Nutrition Fund Balance Transfer. Approved Second Reading Board Policies 303.1, 308, 308.1, 309, 313, 314, 315, 316, and 317. Approved Second Reading Board Policies 303.9, 304.1, 305, 306. 308.2, 308.3, 310, 311, and 312. Approved 2019-2020 Board Strategic Goals. Approved going into closed session as provided by Iowa Code Chapter 21.5, Section (1), Subsection (k) which allows closed session for “discussion of information contained in records in the custody of a governmental body that are confidential records pursuant to lowa Code Ch. 22.7, subsection 50." The board came out of Closed Session at 8:24 pm. . Approved Emergency Operations Plan, ‘ The meeting was adjourned at 8:27 pm. Official minutes will be available following board approval. Kate Baldwin, Board Secretary ' ooooooaoooo