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f , , , Qt, OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER FOR NORWALK COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT ~s~. RS ~' ~aLLTO," IPAP E~ f ~-'.',~'~N WA 98584-2z~o . . ,...-,ltllI ' Norwalk Warriors Vol. 46 No. 14 Norwalk, Iowa 50211 USPS No. 395-120 Phone 981-0406 emaih news@norwalknewspaper.com ThursdaY, August 21,2014 Athletic Booster Club News The Norwalk Athletic Booster Club is bringing you some great news! Warrior Wear will now be sold. You can sport all the latest gear, including stocking hats, t- shirts, sweatshirts, headbands, blankets and much more. You can get your Warrior Wear for the first time at the upcoming Fall Fest Thursday, Aug. 21. The Booster Club will continue to sell it at the first home football game September 5 andvarious sporting events throughout the year. For more details, contact a Booster Club Board member. Eric O'Leary O'Leary Celebration of Life Center Open Eric O'Leav owner of O'Leary Celebration of Life Center - Funeral & Cremation Services, has announced that his loca- tion at 1020 Main Street in Norwalk is officially open to host visitation and fu- nerals. O'Leary has been caring for families in and around the Norwalk area since last Agenda City. Council Re mflar Business Meeting Agenda Thursday. Augztst 21, 2014, 6:00 p.m. 1. Call to order at 6:00 p.m. 2. Approval of Agenda. 3. Presentation(s) - National Champions Norwalk Superstars Twirlers 4. Welcome of guests and public comment (3 minute limit, no action). 5. Approve Minutes - July 31, 2014 special council meeting. August 7, 2014 regular council meeting. 6. Consent Agenda. Expenditures. Tax Abatements. Liquor li.censes(s) - Outskirtz (tabled August " fall, but his new funeral 7, 2014). Receive and file 2014 Outstanding Obligation Disdosure Report. Receive and file July monthly reports. 7. Consideration of second, of three, readings of a Master Ordinance that will allow for future Individual Regional stcJrrn Water Drainage Facilities. 8. Consideration of second,.of three, readings of an Ordinance amending the Norwalk City Code updating the Building Code, Residential Code, Mechahical Code, Plumbing Code, Electrical Code, Fire Code, Fuel Gas Code and Energy Conservation Code. 9. Consideration of first, of three, readings of an Or- dinance amending certain sections of Chapter 176, Sub- division Regulations as it relates to temporary turn- arounds. (Tabled 8-7-14) 10. Consideration of a Resolution approving appli- cation for sustainable urban forestry for Iowa Commu- nities Grant (Ash Bore). (Tabled 8-7-14) 11. Consideration of a Resolution approving Casey's Site Plan. 12. Consideration of a Resolution approving Warrior Run Preliminary Plat. 13. Consideration of a Resolution approving The Ridge at Echo Valley Plat 4 Final Plat. 14. Consideration of a Resolution setting date" for Public Hearing on designation of the expanded Norwalk Urban Renewal Area and on Urban Renewal Plan Amendment (Cert. Site Engineering Fees, other 2014- 15 projects). 15. Consideration of a Resolution to order construc- tion arid set date for a hearing and letting for Southeast Trunk Sewer, Phase II. 16. Discussion and direction regarding replacement of the Norwalk Easter Public Library rooL 17. Discussion of potential Ordinance amendment regarding the number of animals allowed per house- hold in the City of Norwalk. 18. Council Inquiries and staff updates. 19. Adjournment. home building is now open for public use. Once the outside of the building and landscaping is complete, O'Leary ad- vises there will be a com- murtity open house. In the meantime, feel welcome to stop in and let him or Jeanne Yordi, O'Leary's Family Service Advisor, give you a private tour. Eric and Jeanne canbe reached 24-hours a day at 515-981-0700 and are available to serve Norwalk and the surrounding com- munities by providing lo- cal and quality funeral care services. EVENTS (No Storytimes in Au- gust. This will start up again September 2.) Monday, Aug. 25 Tiny Tots with Debbie Doo Wop, 9:30 a.m. Mon- days through August,25, children ages 1 - 5 are in- vited to join us for songs, instruments and fun with Debbie DooWop. Regis- tration Required. TED LARE'S New Doctor at Norwalk Clinic TOMATO UnityPoint Clinic, 801 Colonial Circle, has wel- FESTIVAL corned Callie Waller, DO to the experienced and Ted Lare Garden Cen- dedicated family medicine ter, 2701 Cumming Ave., team. She will begin Mon- Cumming, will hold a To- Sept. 29, and will be mato Festival SatUrday, in the office from 7:30 a.m. Aug. 23. featuring demon to 4:30 p.m. Monda36 Tues- strations regarding toma- Thursday and Friday. toes, plus contests for vari- Dr. Waller completed ous "tomato" categories, her undergraduate educa- Schedule of events is as tion at Central College in follows: 10 a.m., Tomato Pella and her medical edu- Talk by Kelly Jensen on cation at Des Moines Uni- How to Grow the Best To- matoes! versity. She completed her residency at UnityPoint 11 a.m. - 2 p.m.,Cook- Health - Des Moines in the ing demonstrations by Iowa Lutheran Family Chef Jeremy Brittain from Medicine program. Johnny's Italian Steak- Women's health, derma- house in West Des Moines. tology and preventative Free demos and samples medicine are the new will feature, tomatoes in docto ;'s clinical interests. hot and cold dishes. See Dr. Waller is excited more info at johnny about getting started at the sitaliansteakhouse.com/ west-des-moines/ Norwalk clinic and getting to meet area residents and 10 a.m. - 2 p.m., Live to care for her new pa- music by local band tients. Area residents may Cousin Eddie, including a book appointments now mix of original music, for annual physicals and to get a base established with the doctor before there is country, blues and blue- grass. 2 p.m., Tomato canning demo, RSVP at 515-981- 1075. ' 9 a.m. - 3 p.m., Tomato tastings of 20+ different Heirloom varieties of to- matoes. Customers will vote for their favorite tast- ing. Salsa Showdown, enter your best mild or hot salsa a medical emergency. . Clinic administrator, Rhonda Montgomery, ad- vises that the current doc- tors and staff are excited to have Dr. Waller join their team as they all share the same medical philosophy. Callie Waller, DO Montgomery stated that it has been difficult the last few months to meet the needs of Norwalk resi- dents due to the rapid growth of the clinic. She also thanked residents for their support and under- standing while they were in the process of adding a sixth doctor. Dr. Waller was born and raised in St. Charles and graduated from 1-35 High School. She and her husband, Brian, live in West Des Moines and have a 15-month-old daughter, Parker. Brian Waller is with the Iowa Economic Development Authority. In her free time, Dr. Waller enjoys spending time with family, running and fit- ness, listening to music and knitting. and let the crowds vote for NHS Activities Director their favorite. Persons interested in By A1 Lammers the contests may fill out the entry form located on The fall season is now in full swing as practices offi- the back page of the To- cially began for volleyball cross country and football. , mato Festival insert in this The WW hopes that everyone had a great summer and issue. Checkfor details of is ready to enjoy another exciting school year in all of each contest, our athletic and activity programs. Just a reminder that Categories for the con- Fall Fest will be held August 21 at Warrior Stadium be- test include Best Tasting ginning at 6 p.m. All Norwalk fans should now access Tomato, Largest Tomato, the new Athletic / Activities Website for information Smallest Tomato, Most relatedto all athletic and activity programming. Thenew Oddly Formed Tomato, domain address is www.norwalkwarriors.org. Be-sure Best Group of Heirloomto bookmark this in your favorites. Also please dote that Tomatoes, Mild Salsa and ithe facilities calendar and facilities request form can also Hot Salsa. be located at the new website. Contest entries must be :: taken to Ted Late Garden-" Center Thursda Aug. Early Deadline For September 4 Issue or Friday, Aug. 22, be-., Due to the Labor Day holiday, there will be an early tween 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. deadline for the Thursday, Sept. 4, issue of this newspa- For more information,- per. The deadline is noon Thursda~ Aug. 28. The paper email Melissa@teds will go to the printer Frida~ Aug. 29. gardens.corn or call The newspaper office will be closed Monda Sept. issa at 515-981-1075. 1, in observance of Labor Day. -IF.