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Thursday, July 25, 2013 N/Warren Town and County News Page Eleven SCHOOL WAGES Concluded from p: 10 POPKEN, LISA POPPENS, CAROL PORTER, KAREN POWELL, JACQUIE PRICE, JENNIFER PRIEKSAT, ASHLEY PULVER, CATHERINE QUANCE, MARY RAMTHUN, MATTHEW RANDALL, LEE RAINE RASMUSSEN, MICHELLE RATIGAN, JODY REES, JANIE REESE Ill, GRIFFITH REESE, KAREN RENCH, JONI REYNOLDS, SYDNIE RICHARDSON, DOUGLAS RIDGEWAY, TRICIA RIEMERSMA, KATHRYN RIOS, JOHN RIPPERGER, LYNN RITCHHART, MATTHEW RIVERS, GREG RODRIQUEZ, JULIA ROEMER, DANA ROFF, MARCY ROMANS, PAUL ROOD JR, GEORGE ROTH, FRANK ROUSE, KATHLEEN ROUSH, DONNA RUDOLF, RANDY RUIZ NAY, SAMMANTHA SALTZ, TRACEE SAMMON, LILA SAMPSON, LINDSAY SANDQUlST, STEPHANIE SARNECKI, SUSAN SCALLON, THOMAS SCHAFF, JENNIFER SCHILLERSTROM, MARIBETH SCHMAILZL, ABIGAIL SCHMELZER, MEGAN SCHMITZ, BRANDON SCHNELL, SYLVIA SCHNOOR, GRETCHEN SCHOENHARD, JENY SCHRECK, DARIN SCHULTZE, MICHAEL ~~1", HEATHER SEVER, SUE SHERRICK, JACOB SIEREN, NICOLE SILEO, PEGGY SIMME RMAN, KIMBERLY SIMS, SHERLY SINCLAIR, JENNY SIVADGE, LAURA SLEETH, RICHARD SLEYSTER, JAMES SLY-MCANINCH , BELINDA SMITH, JANET SMITH, JENNIFER SMITH, KES SMITH, THOMAS SMITLEY, SHEENA SNETHEN, MARSHA SORNSON, SAMANTHA SPENCER, BREANNE SPIEKER, DIANA SPURR, CYNTHIA SQUIERS, STACEY STAGEMAN, KIMBERLY STANLEY, DEBBIE STARKEL, KATHRYN STARKWEATHER, LAURA STARKWEATHER, PAUL STEFFEN, KYLE STEWART, KARIN STEWART, TRACY STOKER, DENNIS STONER, JOHN STOULIL, BRANDON STOULIL, MELISSA STRAVERS, ANTHONY STUMPF, JENNIFER SUCKOW, KIMBERLY SUDBROCK, MARGERY SUTHERLAND, JENIPHER SWIFT, SUZANNE TAPPS, LINDA TAYLOR, REBECCA TAYLOR, TROY TAYLOR-SEIBERT, LOUISE THOMPSON, BRETT THOMPSON, RYAN THOMPSON, TYLER THORSON, DEBORAH THORSON, JOHN TOBEY, HEATHER" TOMKINS, MICHELLE 54,669.20 TRENT, DEBORAH 7,357.11 TUlNSTRA BROWN, STEPHANIE 54,233.11 45,689.28 TUTTLE, JOANN 496.41 52,878.74 TUTTLE, JOHN 15,099.99 59,032.43 UNDERHILL, LEONA 6,252.17 220.00 UNG, KARYN 6,795.12 440.00 VANDERHOLT, LEIGH 47,696.98 40,900.94 VANSOELEN, MICHELLE 40,874.85 14,111.33 VAUGHAN, KIMBERLY " 12,234.14 6,631.93 VETTERICK, BARRY 698.00 50,611.41 VILEZ, DYANN 45,586.89 550.00 VROEGH, MICHELLE 52,912.04 880.00 WALKER, BRENT 60,868.41 88,820.00 WALKER III, DAVID 1,320.00 13,343.84 WALKER, WENDY 15,405.83 7,837.50 WALLACE, RHONDA 10,027.41 1,375.00 WALTERS, MICHELLE 1,004.68 64,638.10 WANDELL, SUZANNE 59,008.91 2,254.00 WARD, BETH 85,930.00 63,100.41 WARD, KIM 67,840.06 11,963.21 WARD, LESLEA 55,533.97 44,133.39 WASESKUK, SARA 46,289.58 31,275.39 WATSON, STEPHANIE 38,521.67 ~13,970.55 WATTS, BETHANY 44,751.41 13,063.65 WAUGH, ARNITA 16,033.34 53,322.61 WEBB JR, RICHARD 26,928.82 500.36 WEBB, STEPHANIE 13,081.00 605.66 WEBER, JANET 54,103.87 46,436.47 WELDON, KATIE 56,425.23 1,595.00 WELLS, DIANA 64,940.11 15,001.24 WENDT, CAMERON 3,272.00 43,798.57 WENGER, NICHOLAS 1,735.00 330.00 WERMERSKIRCHEN, KIMBERLY 830.00 13,264.66 WERMERSKIRCHEN, STEVEN 68,758.97 2,570.00 WEST, NATALIE 7,300.30 1,966.15 WESTBROOK, KAREN 45,189.80 323.01 WESTPHALEN, BRENDA 15,549.02 76.00 WESTVOLD, JULIE 54,587.87 1,889.00 WHEELDON JR, RICHARD 68,311.62 60,875.73 WHEELER, CAROL 43,601.67 31,576.96 WHITE, AMANDA 45,768.78 92,486.00 WHITEHEAD, JOHNATHON 11,106.80 15,635.64 WlDLUND, LEIF 26,142.00 43,248.73 WlEDMANN, CHAD 74,768.00 44,463.91 WlEDMANN, MICHELLE 50,163.47 36,960.06 WlLDMAN, BEVERLY 3,294.32 49,632.55 WILSON, JUDITH 2,740.00 26,325.06 WlNCHELL, SHERI 16,614.95 12,995.00 WOLFF, TINA 40,988.76 46,926.48 WOLVER, RACHEL 3,807.90 60,429.50 WOOD, DIXON 58,346.98 360.00 WOQD, JAMES 14,691.68 40,862.38 WOODYARD, CHRISTINE 41,702.00 16,880.58 WRIGHT, SARAH 14,528.37 21,571.20 WUESTEWALD, ADAM 51,822.52 39,503.47 WULF, DENNIS 147,395.00 4,145.00 YOUNADAM, BETH 26,642.70 15,818.47 YOUNADAM, MICHEL 1,928.50 23,191.85 ZAWISTOWSKI, RICHARD 30,213.89 45,107.13 ZORN, CORY 14,968.93 104,521.00 Employees: 468 14,002,893.41 75,178.00 42,078.47 9,231.00 57,413.47 770.00 304.50 33,972.61 LETTER TO THE EDITOR 38,814.88 Concluded from p. 1 3,530A7 Council on behalf of voters. It gives all control to the 39,652.38 City Manager throughout this Council's and any future 110.00 Council's terms. 35.141.45 Fortunately a group of concerned residents spoke out 56,692.87 50,510.09 against this contract before it could be ratified during 18,313.59 the July 18th 2013 Norwalk City Council meeting. The 62,142.12 Council agreed to table the resolution until a commit- 55.00 tee can review the contract and recommend the terms. 24,220.39 In my opinion the City Managers' original contract 36,769.66 was reasonable. "Should the City terminate the employ- 1.650.00 ment of the City Manager without cause, she will re- 21,011.10 ceive compensation for six (6) months severance pay and 13,025.00 benefits." No City Manager should receive a Golden -3,765,00 Parachute of epic and lottery proportions or need a guar- 74,235.00 anteed employment shield from future City Council's 44,941.94 authorities. 43,317.35 Fellow voters and taxpayers, our City Government 3,272.00 2.363.00 should not repeatedly and relentlessly conduct City 304.50 business by hiding details and discussions in a closed 946.86 session and keeping the public in the dark. I ask you to 45.845.97 get informed and involved now. Start with this topic of 65,322.11 the City Manager's contract. Get yourselves to the Coun- 6.637.54 cil meetings. Contact your Councilmembers. Plug in to 6,492.30 the upcoming City Election. Know your candidates. And 16,221.00 vote on November 5th. 383.36 42,048.11 *Biggest Cities: Des Moines, Cedar Rapids, Davenport, 2,328.OO Sioux City, Waterloo, Council Bluffs, Ames, Dubuque, 2,328.00 West Des Moines and Ankeny. 14,223.42 41,989.40 48,306.47 Erika Isle3 3086 Soutl Orilla Rd, Norwalk GOVERNMENT IN ACTION Concluded from p. 1 opment, 407 and 508 Braeburn Dr., new Single Family Residence (SFR), $225,000 each; Hubbell Homes, LC, 1904 Dorchester SL, New SFR, $357,391; Savannah Homes Inc., 312 Elm Ave., New SFR, $193,900; Show- case Homes Ltd., 550 Legacy Ct. #9 and #10, New SFR, $200,000 each. Planning and Zoning appointment-Rodney Martinez and Dan Schulz will s@rve another term on the commit- tee. Utility Advisory Commission-Council approved an- other three year term for Newton Standridge and Dan Merriman. Construction Board of Appeals-Council approved another three year term for Russ Legler. Parks and Recreation Advisory Commission-Coun- cil approved two open seats to be filled by Nathaniel Tagtow and Sarah Coburn. Block Party application for Kitterman Circle was ap- proved by council. The event will be held September 7, 2013. City Hall Administration-Clerk's Office-City Clerk distributed 30 new resident packets so far this month; 16 dog licenses were issued, 686 year to date. Norwalk Easter Public Library-June visitors to the library totaled 9,515 with 11,674 items circulated. The library is offering a new lunch and learn series for July. Norwalk Police June Activity Report-During the month of June, 518 calls for service came into the de- partment. A few of the calls included one burglary, eleven criminal mischief, five drug/narcotics violations, six harassment, seven missing person, 27 public assists, nine reckless driving, two solicitor and peddler com- plaints, 16 suspicious persons, 20 suspicious vehicles, 16 theft reports and 11 traffic accidents. June 2013 Parks and Recreation Activities-The city pool opened June 6 after repairs were made. Four tour- naments were held -at the sports complex and a spray can artist performed at Windflower Park with a good turnout. Director Nancy Kuehl advised a participant in the Hershey Track Meet recently held in Norwalk will go to Nationals in Hershe PA. The 11-year-old girl qualified in the softball throw with a 142' toss. Hearings, Ordinances and Resolutions-Item A. Council approved the third and final reading of a pro- posed Ordinance adopting the Master Plan and estab- lishing additional rules, regulations and guidelines for the development of the Orchard View Planned Unit Development. Item B. Council approved a Resolution for the 28E Agreement for the Safety Coalition of Central Iowa Cit- ies shared services agreement. Item C. Council approved a Resolution providing for reduction of interest rate for Water Revenue Bond. Item D._Council approved the site plan for the Norwalk Community School District Administration Building at 380 Wright Rd. The proposal will include additional parking, landscaping and a dumpster enclo- sure. Item E. Council approved a Resolution of the final re-plat of the Legacy Pointe, Plat 3. Current Business-Council approved the Resolution approving a stipend for the officer caring for the K9 in the amount of $75. Police Chief Kuhl advised the K9 is back in Norwalk after serving with the Drug Task Force. City staff researched the annual costs for the heating/ cooling for the dog house and other costs for the dog and recommended the $75 monthly stipend to offset the costs for the officer who is assigned to the K9. Council went into Closed Session related to real es- tate pursuant to 21.5 (j) of the Iowa Code. 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