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PageEight N/Warren Town and County News Thursday, July 25, 2019 OFFICIAL PUBLICATION ABRIDGED MINUTES OFTHE NORWALK REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING ON 7-18-19 (Minutes to be approved at the August 1,2019 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 Rive. Absent: None. (RC = roll call vote) Staff present included: Luke Pards, Community Development Director; Wayne Schwartz, Public Works Director; Ryan Coburn, Fire Chief; 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 Lester, seconded by Livingston to approve the agenda as amended by adding item 22 "Council Inquires & Staff Updates" as well as removing the following items from the consent agenda and placing them on the regular agenda: item "1" - Resolution Approving the Sale of Golf Ball Art Piece; item "p" - Resolution Approving Agreement with Snyder & Associates for Miscellaneous Traffic Services; item "r" - Resolution Approving City Facilities Paint Project, carried unanimously voice vote. Dedicated Work Session Refined Diligent Development Agreement Discussion - Dave Brown, Diligent Development provided updated maps and exhibits Welcome of guests & public comment Herman Riva, 3720 Bluestem Rd, Norwalk, IA; expressed his concerns and desire to have a sidewalk installed along Beardsley Ave. from Elizabeth Holland Park to Echo Valley Trail Presentations Years of Service Award - Newton Standridge Motion by Livingston, seconded by Riva to approve the Minutes of the June 20, 2019 regular City Council meeting, carried unanimously, voice vote. - Motion by Riva, seconded by Livingston to approve the Minutes of the July 1, 2019 special City Council meeting as amended that David Lester was present and not via phone, carried unanimously, voice vote. Motion by Lester, seconded by Livingston to approve the Minutes of the July 9, 2019 special City Council meeting, carried unanimously, voice vote. Motion by Lester, seconded by Livingston to approve the consent agenda which included: tax abatements; Block Party Application - 4757-4803 Lakewood Drive - August 3, 2019 - 5:00pm - 11:00pm; Block Party Application - 2700 Block of Shady Lane Dr - July 27, 2019 - 4:00pm - 10:00pm; 5-day Special Class C Liquor License (Beer/Wine) - Outdoor Service - Winn's Pizza & Steakhouse - 1051 North Ave - August 1-5, 2019; 5-day Special Class C Liquor License (Beer/Wine) - Outdoor Service - Villaggio - 1051 North Ave - July 22-26, 2019; Resolution 19126 setting August 1, 2019 for Public Hearing for a Zoning Amendment to the Brody's Landing Planned Unit Development to add and modify Architectural Requirements for the R-4 Parcel B; Resolution 19127 setting August 1,2019 for Public Hearing for a Zoning Amendment to a Portion of the Blooming Heights Development to change the Zoning from R-1 (100) to R-1 (80); Resolution 19128 setting August 1,2019 for a Public Hearing for a !Zoning Amendment to the Givens Property at the Northwest Comer of G14 ;:--and 50th Ave to change the Zoning from A-R to a new Planned Unit . Development with a mix of Single-Family and Townhome Residential; Resolution 19129 setting August 1, 2019 for a Public Hearing for a Future Land Use Plan Amendment to the Sub Area I Master Plan to Change Office- Business to High Density Residential; Resolution 19130 setting August 1, 2019 for a 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 detached single family, attached townhomes, and multi-family residential; Resolution 19132 to Approve Pay Estimate No. 3 to McAninch Corporation for Delaware Street Sanitary Sewer Extension Phase 2 and 3 Project in the amount of $11,401.67; Resolution .19133 Approving Partial Payment No. 2 with Change Order No. 1 to McAninch Corporation in the amount of $30,824.70 for Windflower Park Sanitary & Storm Sewer Improvements Project; Resolution 19134 to Approve Partial Payment No. 2 and Change Order No. 1 to Caliber Concrete, LLC in the amount of $384,937.73 for Elizabeth Holland Park Infrastructure Improvements Project; Resolution 19136 in Support of the Boone, Jasper, Marion and Warren Counties Housing Trust Fund; Resolution 19138 Approving a Change Order for Air Conditioning Project at Norwalk Easter Public Library with ACI Mechanical; monthly reports; and expenditures, carded unanimously, RC. Payee Description Amount 4IMPRINT, INC BADGE STICKERS 337.57 A+ LAWN AND LANDSCAPE IRRIGATION SYSTEM REPAIR 827.89 ABT MAILCOM UTILITY BILL PROCESSING & MAILING 2,022.30 .IAIRPORT SIGNS AND GRAPHIC GRAPHICS FOR POLICE CAR 980.80 AMAZON BOOKS 1,242.10 ANGELA DAVIDSON HOMETOWN PRIDE REIMBURSEMENT - MURAL MATERIALS 38.06 ANKENY SANITATION EMPTY/RETURN 20 YD FLAT 376.46 : ASCAP FY19 MUSIC LICENSE AGREEMENT 357.00 BAKER & TAYLOR INC BOOKS 1,056.99 BAKER TILLY VIRCHOW KRAUSE, LLP FY 19 SUPPORT FEES- 6 MOS 41,605.00 BASCOM TRUCK & AUTOMOTIVE, INC LADDER ALIGNMENT REPAIR 389.23 BECKY MCCARL BLS INSTRUCTOR COURSE - PEMBERTON 350.00 .BEDWELL GARDENS FLOWERS FOR CITY PARK 118.21 BEST PORTABLE TOILETS 2 BASIC TOILET FOR COMPLEX 267.20 BIG GREEN UMBRELLA MEDIA INC MONTHLY NORWALK LIVING MAGAZINE 1,206.00 BLUESTONE ENGINEERING AIR CONDITIONING PROJECT 197.00 BOOK PAGE - SUBSRIPTION 348.00 BOUND TREE MEDICAL, LLC MISC EMS SUPPLIES 6,062.20 BUSINESS PUBLICATIONS COR BUSINES,~ RECORD 24.95 CALIBER CONCRETE, LLC ELIZABETH HOLLAND PARK - PARTIAL PAYMENT #2 & CHANGE ORDER #1 i 384,937.73 CANDACE PEARSON UTILITY DEPOSIT REFUND - 601 ORCHARD HILLS DR #6002 45.50 CAPITAL CITY FRUIT FRUIT-WELLNESSCOMMrI-IEE 126.00 CAPITAL SANITARY SUPPLIES RETURN - CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES 523.42 CARLA KUEHL-PURDUM REIMBURSE EXPENSES - CITY PARK FLOWERS 41.30 CASH ECHO VALLEY PLAT 1 - CONSTRUCTION PLANS 314.50 CENTER POINT PUBLISHING LP BOOKS 161.52 CENTRAL IOWA PEST CONTROL SERVICES INC CH PEST CONTROL " 75.00 CENTU RION TECHNOLOGIES SMART SHIELD LICENSE 88.00 CENTURYLINK PHONE SERVICE 2,952.06 CHARLENE MCMAHON UTILITY DEPOSIT REFUND - 116 ORCHARD TRL 16.83 CHARLES MAPLES UTILITY DEPOSIT REFUND - 4726 DEVLIN DR 26.72 CHRIS HUFFMAN UTILITY DEPOSIT REFUND - 700 KITTERMAN CIR 48.48 CINTAS MEDICAL CABINET 189.87 CITY OF DES MOIN ES AUGUST 2019 WRA PAYMENT 184,947.00 CLAYTON GARRISON REFUND - PARK SHELTER RENTAL 25.00 COMFORT SYSTEMS USA LASER ALIGNMENT PW BLDG 330.00 CONTRACT SPECIALTY LC GROUNDSMAINTENANCE 3,197.20 COOPER VISUALS CITY PROMO VIDEO - STATE OF CITY 250.00 CORE & MAIN LAKEWOOD CIR PROJECT MATERIALS 33.50 CORELL RECYCLING ASPHALT MILLINGS FOR STREET REPAIR 668.22 CORE-MARK MIDCONTINENT INC. CONCESSION 552.95 CYBRARIAN CORPORATION CYBRARIAN SOFTWARE LICENSE 1,999.9,5 DEANNA SCHULZ OUTDOOR CARPET - .:. ;, GROUNDBREAKING EVENT 54176;' DES MOINES AREA COMMUNITY COLLEGE DRIVER TRAINING 130.00 DES MOINES MPO FY20 MPO DUES 10,896.00 DES MOINES REGISTER DAILY AT CITY HALL 42.00 DES MOINES REGISTER MEDIA NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING 48.63 DES MOINES WATER WORKS 746 COUNTY LINE RD 64,612.90 DH PACE COMPANY DOOR LUBE 242.65 DISCOUNT SCHOOL SUPPLY PROGRAM SUPPLIES 34.78 DOORS INC DOOR ISSUE 105.00 DOWNING CONSTRUCTION HYDRANT METER DEPOSIT REFUND 1,800.00 ECHOVALLEY COUNTRY CLUB VETERANS MEMORIAL GOLF OUTING FEE 4,700.00 ELECTRIC PUMP SERVICE TO PROGRAM MULTISMART FOR PUMPS 258.20 EXCEL MECHANICAL CO PS BUILDING REPAIR 170.00 FUN EXPRESS LLC READ 129.42 GALE / CENGAGE LEARNING HOSTING FEE 333.99 GALLS LLC POWELL UNIFORM PANTS 273.82 GARRETT WESTVOLD TOBACCO COMPLIANCE CHECKS 50.00 GOPHER SPORT SUPPLIES 736.46 GRANICUS GOVDELIVERY 6,180.00 GREATER DES MOINES PARTNERSHIP GDMP ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP 7,500.00 GREGG YOUNG 600 WINDSHIELD REPAIR 472.33 HALLETT MATERIALS PEA GRAVEL - PRAIRIE SAGE PROJECT 1,795.92 HAWKEYE TRUCK EQUIPMENT PARTS FOR #1047 DUMP TRUCK 321.96 HAWKINS, INC. POOL CHEMICALS 2,773.26 IMWCA FY19 PREMIUMS INSTALLMENT #8 16,155.00 IN DEPTH MARKETING WATER FOUNTAIN PROJECT 3,965.50 INDOFF INC DESK TRAY 491.33 IOWA COMMUNICATIONS NETWORK INTERNET CONNECTION 352.50 IOWA DEPT OF NATURAL RESOURCES ,ANNUAL PUBLIC WATER SUPPLY FEE 1,023.52 IOWA LAW ENFORCEMENT ACADTASER INSTRUCTOR IOWA LEAGUE OF CITIES IOWA PRISON INDUSTRIES IOWA WINDOW SERVICE INC JAKE'S LAWN & LANDSCAPE LLC JAMES OILCOMPANYLLC JEBRO, INC. JODEEANDERSON LANEINSURANCEAGENCY LASER RESOURCES LEGACY GOLFCLUBINC LINDSAY LIGHT LLC CENTURYUNK COMMUNICA TRAINING 150.00 ILOC FY20 DUES 4,037.00 WARNING SIGN 68.30 CH EXTERIOR 93.50 MOWING/TRIMMING CITY FACILITIES 11,440.00 GASOHOL 7,708.81 OIL FILTERS - DRUM 60.00 UTILITY DEPOSIT REFUND - 601 ORCHARD HILLS DR #6001 59.40 LIABILITY/PROPERTY INS FY20 154,687.00 COPIER CONTRACT 799.89 LEGACY LIFT STATION TRAIL MAINT AGR - FY20 1,700.00 UTILITY DEPOSIT REFUND - 601 ORCHARD HILLS DR #6003 32.50 LONG DISTANCE 27.29 LOGAN CONTRACTORS SUPPLY CRACK SEALANT 260.96 MARY JANE SHARP FITNESS CLASSES 274.40 MATHESON TRI-GAS, INC. OXYGEN FOR EMS 661.18 MCANINCH CORPORATION DELAWARE PHASE 2/3 SEWER 42,226.37 MCCLURE ENGINEERING CO NORWALK REGIONAL DET POND 5,447.50 MEDIACOM INTERNET SERVICE 224.90 METRO WASTE AUTHORITy MONTHLY GARBAGE COLLECTION I ~ 47,226.34 MICROMARKETING ASSOCIATES BOOKS 2,068.42 MIDAMERICAN ENERGY GAS/ELECTRIC 17,264.95 MOLLY BROWN REFUND- PARK SHELTER RENTAL 25.00 MUNICIPAL SUPPLY WATER OPERATING SUPPLIES - PROBES & WIRE 5,573.95 NANCY KUEHL REIMBURSE - CUPCAKES FOR PARK DEDICATION 224.00 NORTH WARREN TOWN & COUNT ORDINANCE 19-12 764.12 NORWALKCOMMUNITYSCTrK3OLS SHARED CUSTODIAL SERVICES NORWALK HOMETOWN PRIDE NORWAU< READY-MIXED CONCR NORWALK SEASONAL SERVII CES OGLESBY CREATIVE GROUP OREILLY AUTO PARTS OVERDRIVE PAUL SWIFT PENWORTHY COMPANY PEPSI-COLA .PITNEY BOWES PROQUEST LLC PURCHASE POWER RECORDED BOOKS INC RJTHOMAS MFG CO. ROGUE FITNESS RON & JUDY BERRY ROTARY CLUB OF NORWALK SAM'S CLUB / SYNCHRONY;'BA SHRED IT SIMMERING-CORY INC SMITH PROMOTIONAL ADV SNYDER & ASSOCIATES INC SPRINGER PEST SOLUTIONS STANDRIDGE GROUP LLC 17,780.75 FREEDOM ROCK MATCHING CONTRIBUTION 5,000.00 CONCRETE - STORM - LAKEWOOD CIR 7,153.75 PS LANDSCAPING 600.00 PRINTING OF PROGRAMS - STATE OF CITY 223.66 P130 WIPER BLADES 73.26 ADVANTAGE TITLES 1.920.49 METAL SCULPTURES 630.00 BOOKS 109.69 BEVERAGES AT POOL 281.52 POSTAGE METER INK 113.04 GENEALOGY DATABASES 2,592.82 POSTAGE CITY HALL 97.58 AUDIO BOOKS 250.14 GRILL 467.00 FITNESS 3,817.58 UTILITY DEPOSIT REFUND - 720 SAWGRASS DR 17.64 VETERANS MEMORIAL GOLF OUTING 6,587.90 LATE FEE & INTEREST 370.31 PS SHREDDING 66.16 2019 CODIFICATION 5,368.00 BRANDED ITEMS 922.80 BLUESTEM RD & PRAIRIE SAGE DR PAVEMENT CONDITION REVIEW 26,134.86 PS PEST CONTROL 136.00 FORMS 155.00 STEPa'qQUtSTCONSTFIJCno~ INC DELAWARE STREET IMPROVEMENTS - FINAL PAY 54,388.87 STRATUS BUILDING SOLUTIONS JANITORIAL SERVICES 1,096.00 TCC :: ~ CELL CHARGER 37.44 TERRY~VAUGHAN '- 4 UTILITY DEPOSIT REFUND - 1918 SWAN CT 14.99 THE BOOK FARM, INC. BOOKS 57.31 TITAN MACHIN ERY CASE CX57C MINI EXCAVATOR 74,500.00 TONY 0-J) COX YOUTH TENNIS 1,754.20 TRUGREEN HWY 28 SIDES & MEDIANS'- LAWN TREATMENT 3,405.23 UNPLUGGED WIRELESS COMMUNICATIONS LLC STORM SIREN REPAIR 2,405.00 VEENSTRA & KIMM INC. FARMS OF HOLLAND PLAT 4 - FINAL PLAT 56,453.38 WARREN CO SHERIFF ' PRISONER TRANSPORT - JUNE 2019 1,170.00" WARREN COUNTY ASSESSOR FY20 GIS SUPPORT 15,300.00 WOOD ROOFING COMPANY PS ROOF REPAIR 300.00 WOODMAN CONTROLS COMPANY PS HVAC 301.88 YOUTH ENRICHMENT LEAGUE JUNIOR ROBOTICS 2.0 640.00 VEENSTRA & KIMM INC. ECHO VALLEY PLAT'I - CONST PLANS 314.50 ELAN ONE CARD RETURN - GRILL REGULATOR 19,831.56 TOTAL 1,381,153.73 Consideration of a Resolution Approving the Sale of Golf Ball Art Piece Motion by Baker, seconded by Livingston to approve Resolution 19131 Approving the Sale of Golf Ball Art Piece, carried unanimously, RC. Consideration of a Resolution Approving Agreement with Snyder & Associates for MiscellaneousTraffic Services Motion by KuhI, seconded by Livingston to approve Resolution 19135 Approving Agreement with Snyder & Associates for Miscellaneous Traffic Services, carried unanimously, RC. Consideration of a Resolution Approving City Facilities Paint Project Motion by Livingston, seconded by Baker to approve Resolution 19137 Approving City Facilities Paint Project, motion carried on a roll call vote. Ayes: Riva, Kuhl, Livingston and Baker. Nays: Lester. Public Hearing on a Proposal for the Rezoning of Property east of Elizabeth Holiand Park, south of Beardsley Street, and east of the Colonial Pkwy Industrial Area to the Paxton Pointe PUD containing a combination of R-l, R-2, R-3 and R-4 residential zones (Application Withdrawn by Applicant) Public Hearing on a Proposal for the Rezoning of Property at 400 North Ave. from C-2 Community Commercial to C-4 Founders Business District Mayor Phillips opened the public hearing at 7:15 p.m. Undsey Offenburger reported receiving comments from Tim & Sara Houk opposing the rezoning of 400 North Ave. Cannon Clark, 201 Travor Ct. presented his plan for 400 North Ave. Council members Livingston and Riva expressed concerns with rezoning to C-4 Founders Business District. Mayor Phillips closed the public hearing at 7:36 p.m. Consideration of the first reading of an Ordinance Rezoning Property at 400 North Ave. from C-2 Community Commercial to C-4 Founders Business District Lack of Motion, proposal failed Public Hearing on a Proposal for the Rezoning of Property at 7986 S Orilla Rd. from RE-1 Rural Estates to C-1 Neighborhood Commercial Mayor Phillips opened the public hearing at 7:38 p.m. Lindsey Offenburger reported receiving no comments. Nathan Katzer, 7986 S Orilla Rd. presented his request to rezone the property. Mayor Phillips closed the public hearing at 7:49 p.m. Consideration of the first reading of an Ordinance Rezoning Property at 7986 S Orilta Rd, from RE-1 Rural Estates to C-1 Neighborhood Commercial Motion by Livingston, seconded by Riva to pass the first reading of an Ordinance Rezoning Property at 7986 S Orilla Rd. from RE-1 Rural Estates to C-1 Neighborhood Commercial and adding a contractual limitation to only allow professional and semi-professional office buildings, carried unanimously, RC. Consideration of a Resolution Approving an Agreement for Professional Services with Bolton & Menk, Inc for the Greenways Master Plan Motion by Riva, seconded bY Baker to approve Resolution 19139 Approving an Agreement for Professional Services with Bolton & Menk, Inc for the Greenways Master Plan, carried unanimously, RC. Consideration of the second reading of an Ordinance to Approve a Zoning Amendment related to Standard Garage Requirements Motion by Kuhl, seconded by Baker to approve the second reading of an Ordinance to Approve a Zoning Amendment related to Standard Garage Requirements, motion failed on a Roll Call vote. Ayes: Kuhl and Baker. Nays: Livingston, Lester and Riva. Consideration of a Resolution Approving the Scope of Services for City Hall expansion Motion by Livingston, seconded by Riva to approve Resolution 19140 Approving the Scope of Services for City Hall expansion, carried unanimously, RC. Consideration of a Resolution Approving Engineering Services for North Ave. & Main St. Intersection Reconstruction Project Motion by Riva, seconded by Livingston to approve Resolution 1-9141 Approving Engineering Services for North Ave. & Main St. Intersection Reconstruction Project as amended by adding paragraphs to the contract regarding confidentiality and ownership, ca~ed unanimously, RC. Consideration of a Resolution Approving Engineering Services forTraffic Safety Improvement Program Application - North Ave & IA 28Traffic Signal Equipment Project Professional Engineering Services Motion by Kuhl, seconded by Livingston to approve Resolution 19142 Approving Engineering Services for Traffic Safety Improvement Program Application - North Ave & IA 28 Traffic Signal Equipment Project Professional Engineering Services, carried unanimously, RC. Consideration of a Resolution Authorizing and Approving a Loan Agreement and Providing for the Issuance of a $237,000 General Obligation Public Safety Note and Providing for the Levy of Taxes to Pay the Same Motion by Kuhl, seconded by Livingston to approve Resolution 19143 Authorizing and Approving a Loan Agreement and providing for the Issuance of a $237,000 General Obligation Public Safety Note and providing for the Levy of Taxes to Pay the Same, cart'ied unanimously, RC. 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