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Page Ten N/Warren Town and County News Thursday, July 11, 2019 OFFICIAL PUBLICATION ABRIDGED MINUTES OF THE NORWALK SPECIAL COUNCIL MEETING ON 7-1-19 (Minutes to be approved at the July 18, 2019 meeting) Mayor Tom Phillips called the City Council meeting to order at 6:00 P.M. 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: Ryan Coburn, Fire Chief; Joe Ballard, Assistant Public Works Director; Greg Staples, Police Chief; Lindsey Offenburger, City Clerk; Luke Nelson, City Manager; Jim Dougherty, City Attorney. Motion by Kuhl, seconded by Livingston to approve the agenda as amended by removing the following items from the consent agenda and placing them on the regular agenda: item "c", 5-day Class C Liquor License (Commercial) with Outdoor Service - Variety - the Children's Charity - 7988 Adams Street, Cumming, IA - July t 3-17, 2019; item "e" Resolution to Purchase Traffic Calming Devices for North Ave. around Orchard Hills Elementary, carded unanimously voice vote. Motion by Riva, seconded by Baker to approve the consent agenda which included: Update Premises for Outskirtz Liquor License to include Outdoor Service (both parking lots) for July 23-24, 2019 - 8384 South Odlla Hwy; 5-day Special Class C Liquor License (BeerANine) with Outdoor Service - Villaggio - 1220 Sunset Drive Suite 101 - July 22 - July 26, 2019; Block Party Application - 2700 Block of Shady Lane Dr. - July 27, 2019 - 4:00pm - 10:00pm; Resolution 19125 Approvingthe Purchase Agreement and Contract between the City of Norwalk and Decry Brothers Chevrolet, Pleasant Hill, Iowa; Block Party Application - 2000 - 2200 Block of Shady Lane Drive - July 4, 2019 - 4:00pm - 10:O0pm, carried unanimously, RC. Motion by Riva, seconded by Baker to approve 5-day Class C Liquor License (Commercial) with Outdoor Service - Variety - the Children's Charity - 7988 Adams Street, Cumming, IA - July 13-17, 2019, carried unanimously, RC. Consideration of a Resolution to Purchase Traffic Calming Devices for North Ave. around Orchard Hills Elementary Motion by Livingston, seconded by Kuhl to approve Resolution 19125 to Purchase Traffic Calming Devices for North Ave. around Orchard Hills Elementary, carried unanimously, RC. Motion by Riva, seconded by Baker tO adjourn at 6:10 p.m carried unanimously, voice vote. Tom Phillips, Mayor Lindsey Offenburger, City Clerk OFFICIAL PUBLICATION NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING The public is hereby notified that the City of Norwalk City Council will meet on Thursday, July 18, 2019, beginn ng at 6 00 p m n the City Council Chambers, 705 North Avenue, Norwalk to consider the following items of business: 1. A proposal for the rezoning of property at 400 North Ave from C-2 Community Commercial to C-4 Founders Business District. 2. A propo~a! fore'he rezoning of property east of Elizabeth Holland Park, south of.~Beardsley S~(teet, and east of the Colonial Pkwy industrial area to the Paxton Pointe PUD containing a combination of R-l, R-2, R-3 & R-4 residential zones. 3. A proposal for the rezoning of property at 7986 S Orilla Rd from RE- 1 Rural Estates to C-1 Neighborhood Commercial. Published by the order of the City of Norwalk, Iowa, on this 1 lth day of July, 2019. ClI"Y OF NORWALK, IOWA, By: Lindsey Offenburger Title: City Clerk OFFICIAL PUBLICATION NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING WARREN COUNTY, IOWA WARREN COUNTY JUSTICE CENTER The Warren County Board of Supervisors will hold a public hearing on the proposed contract documents (plans, specifications and form of contract) and estimated cost for the Warren County Justice Center and as described in detail in the Plans and Specifications for said project now on file in the office of the Board's Assistant. The public hearing will be held at 9:00 am on July 25th. 2019. at the Warren County Administration Building, 301 N. Buxton Street, Indianola, Iowa. At the hearing, the Board will receive and consider any objections made by any interested party, to the Plans and Specifications, proposed contract, and the estimate of cost for the project. The work to be done is generally located at 115 N. Howard St Indianola, IoWa and is as follows: Furnish all labor, material and equipment to construct, including general ~building, site work, plumbing, mechanical, electrical, fire protection, and detention equipment scopes. Project consists of multiple Prime Contractor Packages: Bid Package #4 Mass Excavation & Ground Improvements Bid Package #5 Building Concrete & Steel Erection Bid Package #6 General Building Construction Bid Package #7 Roofing Bid Package #8 Aluminum Openings & Glazing Bid Package #9 Tiqng, Terrazzo & Floor Covering Big Package #10 Specialties Bid Package #11 Detention Equipment Bid Package #14 Conveying Equipment Bid Package #21 Fire Suppression Bid Package #22 Plumbing Mechanical Bid Package #23 Electrical Systems Bid Package #31 Site Concrete, Storm Retention, & Landscaping This notice is given by order of the Warren County Board of Supervisors. Excavation Services Available. Dirt work, Grading Custom Tile Showers, Full Bathroom Remodels ohnemusconstruction@gmail.com 515-202-1805 OFFICIAL PUBLICATION June 28th, 2019 The Warren County Board of Supervisors met Friday, June 28th, 2019, at 9:05a.m. for a special meeting with Supervisors Crystal Mclntyre, Aaron DeKock and Doug Shull present. Administrative Assistant, Megan Andrew was also present. County Auditor, Traci VanderLinden was absent. Others also present were: Alex Crabb, Assistant County Attorney Dawn Bowman, Assistant County Attorney David Carroll, County Engineer Phil Parrott, Shive-Hattery The following business was had, to-wit: RESOLUTION 19-181 DEPARTMENTAL RE-APPROPRL&TIONS BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby approves, at the request of the Budget Coordinator, the following departmental re-appropriations within service area one are approved for the FY19 County Budget: SA 1 : Medical Examiner (28) $6,000 to District Court (31). SA 9: Board of Supervisors (01) $1,100 to Wellness (30). Carried unanimously. RESOLUTION 19-182 INDIANOLA CHAMBER RAGBRAI SPONSORSHIP BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby approves sponsorship donation in the amount of $10,000.00 to Indianola Chamber of Commerce RAGBRAI. Carried unanimously. SIMPLE MOTION by Doug Shull, second by Aaron DeKock to approve the fringes and the following claims: THOMSON REUTERS MAY 2019 CHRGS $2,581.43 US CELLULAR SERVICE $27.79 VA MEDICAL CENTER MTHLY VAN LSE $3,000.00 VANDERPOOL PLUMBING SERVICES $56.83 VERIZON WIRELESS PHN SRVC $429.84 VISA SUPPLIES $4,675.45 WAKEMAN, SHELLY CLNT RNT ASSIST $500.00 WARREN CO ECONOMIC QTR 3 AND 4 $65,000.00 WARREN CO ENGINEER 2009 FRD ESCAPE $2,500.00 WARREN CO TREAS MAY FUEL $53.15 WELLS, BARB APRIL/MAY/JUNE $240.00 WESTERN ACRES CLNT RNT ASST $300.00 WESTOWN PEDIATRIC 6/4/19 SERVICES $138.15 WINDSTREAM COMM MTHLY CHARGES $850.19 WlNDSTREAM IOWA-COMM INC MTHLYCHGS $514.71 WOOD, RUSTI MLG REIMB $166.20 WORLD WIDE EXPORT 2005 PETERBILT TRUCKS X2 $38,000.00 YOUTH EMRGNCY SVCS SHELTER SRVCS $1,446.15 RESOLUTION 19-183 SALARIES FOR FY20201.1". BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby approves the following salary for Jonathan Reath of the Information Technology Department be corrected to and are hereby approved, effective July 1,2019: Jonathan Reath $ 22.72/hr. Grade 11/Step 7 0001-52-9110-000-10034 Carded unanimously. RESOLUTION 19-184 NATIONWIDE 457(b) PLAN OPTION CHANGE BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby approves Nationwide 457(b) plan option, Option #2, change as presented. Carded unanimously. Vendor Name Description Total Amount ACCESS SYSTEMS COPIER SERVICE $1,125.48 ADP LLC PAYROLL SRVCS $2,449.72 AGING RESOURCES FY19 CO SHARE $500.00 AHLERS & COONEY PC LEGL FEES $2,296.76 AIA SERVICES LLC SUPPLIES $3,834.01 AIR-CON MECHANICAL MECHNCLWRK $2,417.00 ALLENDER BUTZKE LANDSLIDE R63 $2,548.92 ALLIANT ENERGY LACONA SHOP $59.80 AMERICAN LEGION 165 3 MO 2019 RENT $750.00 AMERICAN PLANNING MEMBERSHIP $294.00 ANDERSON, ERIC MLG REIMB $154.00 ARAMARK SERVICES $399.75 BANLEACO MTHLY CNTRCT $276.80 BASS, TROY W SUPPLIES REIMB $628.99 BLINK CSR RMR, SERVICES $39.50 BO'I-I'ORFF, CHAD WORK CLOTHES $60.26 BOWMAN, DAWN M. MLG/MLS REIMB $264.47 BURKE, JOSEPH P. SPPLS/MLG $817.54 BUSSANMAS TOWING TOWING SRVCS $950.00 CALHOUN-BURNS DESIGN/SRVCS CANDLERIDGE APTS CLNT RNT AssIST CARLISLE CITIZEN, THE PUBLICATIONS CASKEY, DAVE MLG REIMB CASTEEL, HEATHER MILEAGE REIMB CNTRL IA DETENTION MDICL/TRNSPRT CENTURY LINK MAY/JUNE PHONE CHUMBLEY'S AUTO CARE REPAIRS CINTAS CORPORATION MAY 2019 CHRGS COBURN, RYAN B. EXMNR FEES COFFMAN GLASS PARTS $430.00 CONNIE SEFCIK RPR CSR TRANSCRIPTS $144.50 RESOLUTION 1 9-185 LAW ENFORCEMENT CENTER CHANGE ORDERS BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby approves the following 3 change orders: A. Change Order #5 with Vanderpool Construction - Additional piping and concrete removal - $5,016.00. B. Change Order #6 with ECCO Midwest- Removal of additional asbestos uncovered during demolition of building - $2,749.54 C. Change Order #7 with Vanderpool Construction- Field change to elevation issues in storm sewer system - $738.00. Carried unanimously. Proposal for the proposed Secondary Roads Fa~cility - No action taken. Consideration of bond measure to resurface 26 miles of paved county high- ways - No action taken. Upon proper motion the meeting was adjourned at 9:51 a.m. A-I-rEST: Traci VanderLinden, AUDITOR Crystal Mclntyre, CHAIR $7,369.38 $1,023.41 Warren County Sheriff's Report $36,oo $37.50 This information was obtained directly from $934.51 the Warren County Sheriff's Office. $6,006.75 Disclaimer: All defendants are innocent $252.95 until proven guilty in a court of law. $537.07 $780.55 CONSTRUCTION & AGGREGATE PRODU PARTS $283.64 CONTRACTORS RENTAL FLOAT $8.95 COONEY, TERESA OVERNITE MEALS $20.84 CR SERVICES SUPPLIES $151.60 DAVEY, ROBERT MLG REIMB $4.50 DELL MARKETING L.P. IT EQUIPMENT $3,425.68 DES MOINES REGISTER PBLCTNS . $1,916.58 DIAMOND MOWERS INC PARTS $759.82 DLX ENTERPRISES LLC SUPPLIES $2,740.23 DOWNEY TIRE PROS TIRES $3,682.44 EASTON VILLAGE CLNT RNT ASSIST $337.50 EICHHOLZ, DOUGLAS A MLG/MEALS RMB $814.94 ELDER CORPORATION LFM-R63(N)~7X-91 $30,028.78 ELECTRIC PUMP INC SERVICES $428.63 ELCTRCL ENGINEERING SERVICES $875.00 ELECTRONIC ENGIN EQPMNT/SRVCS $4,590.00 EXCEL MECHANICAL CO SYSTEM LABOR $349.06 FELDHACKER L-RAGBRAI ~ $7,800.00 FISH CREEK PROP CLNT RNT ASS'I- $450.00 FORGET, NORMAN CLNT RNT ASST X 3 $1,275.00 GLASCOCK, POLLY SUPPUES REIMB $19.54 GRAINGER SUPPMES/SRVC S $3,613.80 GRIMES ASPHALT COLD MIX $3,401.80 HARRISON & DIETZ-KILEN LEGAL SERVICES $870.00 HERBERGER CONST L-BRS0204.--73-91 $8,022.56 June 24th Martensdale - burglary. Randy Cox, 73, Martensdale, reported a burglary. Investigation continues. Linn Township - criminal mischief. Patrick Spain, 55, from rural Warren County, reported criminal mischief to his mailbox. June 26th Jackson Township - domestic disturbance. Ashley Firkins, 25, rural Warren County, was arrested for domestic assault causing bodily injury. ACCIDENTS June 30th 1:30, Gepke Pkwy and Dema Dr: Jorge Sarseno, Des Moines, was driving north bound on Dema: Sarseno was going thorough intersection Dema and Palomino. Sarseno drove into curb/storm sewer NE corner of the intersection. Vehicle then went into property 8113 Dema Drive. Vehicle deposited oil and vehicle parts onto lawn. Vehicle fled from accident HISTORICAL PALMYRA CHURCH PRESERVATION & RESTORATION $2,700.00 HOHANSHELT, SARAH MLG/CELL PH $88.36 HOWARD, UZA PHN STPND X 2 $90.00 HUTCHINSON SALT CO SALT $5,025.24 HY-VEE SUPPLIES $121.93 IA CO ATTORNEYS CASE 2020 FEES $11,580.00 INDIANOLA CHAMBER SPONSORSHIP FOR RAGBRAI $10,000.00 INDIANOLA MUNICIPAL UTILITIES $7,219.78 INDOFF INC. SUPPLIES $485.23 INFOMAX OFFICE CONTRACT CHGS $72.86 INLAND TRUCK PARTS PARTS $17.26 IOWA PRISON SIGNS $264.98 IOWA PROCESS SRVC SRVCS $3,715.00 IP PATHWAYS SERVICES $7,000.00 JAKES LAWN MTHLY MAIN FEE $1,800.00 JERICO SERVICES INC DUST CONTROL $2,362.50 JOHN DEERE FINANCIAL PARTS/MATERIAL $1,048.95 KALITZKI, BECKY MLG REIMB $6.00 KEENEY, MARY LYNN OVERNITE MEALS $19.77 KOCH OFFICE GROUP CNTRCT RNT $46.63 KONE iNC. MNT COVERAGE $253.66 KOSMAN CLEANING JUNE SERVICES $13,000.00 LEAF MTHLY CNTRCT $111.65 MCCAULEY, DENISE L. SERVICES $14.50 MCCORMICK ENTRPRSS SUPPLIES $64.79 MCCOY TRUE VALUE SUPPLIES $448.47 MESSAGE US.COM MTHLY PHONE $10.62 MIDAMERICAN ENERGY un TS $2,176.34 MMIT BUSINESS MTHLY CNTRCT $188.13 MORAWSKI, JAMIE OVERNITE MEALS $41.69 N/WARREN TOWN & CO PBLCTNS $637.87 NAANEP, YVONNE C. ATTORNEY FEES $1,044.00 OFFICE DEPOT SUPPLIES $44.45 PER MAR SECURITY SRVC CALL $576.00 PITNEY BOWES INC MO SRVC $156.00 PLUMB SUPPLY CO SUPPLIES $369.21 POLAND, DANI SERVICES $160.00 POLK CO SHERIFF NOTICES SERVED $246.24 POLK CO TREASURER EXAMINER CHRGS $1,273.50 QUILL CORPORATION SUPPLIES $496.49 RECORD HERALD PUBLICATIONS $60.73 RESERVE MAY POSTAGE $251.95 RINKER, JANINE TRANSCRIPT $26.00 ROGERS, JUSTIN T. MLG/MEALS $538.82 SHEETS, KIM MLG REIMB $97.00 SHREDDER, THE SERVICES $247.50 SHRED-IT USA SHREDDING $35.00 SHRIVER, BRIANNA MLG/MEALS/MLG $422.99 SMITHS SEWER SERVICE SERVICES $170.50 SNYDER, STEVE WORK APPARELL $211.72 SPENCER PROPERTY CLNT RNT ASST $434.00 STAR EQUIPMENT LTD NEW EQUIPMENT $44,475.00 STERNQUIST CONST INC ASPHALT FINES $1,686.29 STOREY KENWORTHY SUPPLIES $75.00 STRIVE COMMUNITIES CLNT RNT ASST $400.00 STUDIO FUSCO BUSINESS CARDS $35.00 STURSMA, BETSY PHN CHRGS $135.00 SWANSON, KATIE OVERNITE MEALS $13.33 SWEENEY COURT DEPOSITIONS $266.60 THAYER, KATHRYN OVERNITE EXP $286.87 scene. Morning after accident deputy followed oil trail to residence 113 Greenfield Parkway. Driver was not at residence. Landowner called his friend/coworker/driver of the vehicle, Jorge Sarseno. Jorge is an undocumented alien, he does not have a driver's license. July 4th 22:09, Dakota St: A reporting party of the accident advised me a truck driven by Nathan Kennedy, Des Moines, was traveling westbound at a very high rate of speed. Lost control, and rolled the vehicle in the ditch. Kennedy took off before law enforcement could arrive on scene. There was a lot of alcohol in the truck, which is believed to have been a factor in the accident. 23:06, US 65: A witness advised that Dayjza Cropp, Des Moines, was headed west on Hwy 65 69 when a deer entered the roadway from the west and was moving east. When the deer entered the lane of Cropp, she swerved into the left lane to miss the deer; when she realized there was a vehicle in the left lane, they attempted to go back to the right lane and lost control. The vehicle excited the roadway and hit the guardrail on the bridge at North River and Hwy 65 69. The vehicle then continued to spin and stopped in the ditch facing south. Cropp and the two passengers (her children) was transported to Mercy Hospital by Northern Warren EMS. The vehicle was piced up by Capital City Towing for a private tow. The owner of the vehicle was notified. The DOT was contacted and made aware of the guardrail. Lake Red Rock Balloon Fest Over 30 hot air balloons will be racing over Lake Red Rock during this year's Balloon Fest, being held Friday, July 12th-Sunday, July 14th. Balloon flights will take place on Saturday and Sunday morning and Friday and Saturday evening. There will also be night glows, live music, and more at Lake Red Rock North Overlook Beach, located at 1007 Hwy T-15 in Pella. The balloon fest is free and open to everyone. Visit www.redrockballoonfest.com for more information.