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Thursday, August 22, 2019 N/Warren Town and County News Page Nine OFFICIAE PUBLICATION CITY OF CUMMING Regular Council Meeting 8/12/2019 To be Approved at 9/9/2019 [~eeting The Regular City Council Meeting of the City of Cumming was held at Cumming City Hall, 649 N. 44th St on Monday, August 12, 2019. The Meeting was called to order at 7:00 P.M. by Mayor Tom Becker. Present at Roll Call: Charlie Ochanpaugh, Thomas Cackler, Dino Goode, Dave Chelsvig, Kathie Hungerford. Motion made by Cackler. seconded by Goode to ~pprove the agenoa as amended, removing Item E -Trees in the City Right-of-way. Approved 5-0. Hometown Pride: Craig Olson discussed public art projects that Hometown Pride is investigating. Painting the water tower was breught up as a good public art idea. Park & Rec: The City Clerk will look into getting two trash containers from Waste Connections for the park. Consent Items: Motion made by Hungerford, seconded by Cackler to approve the consent items: 7/8/19 Council Meeting Minutes, 7/2/19 & 8/6/!9 P~rk 8 Rec Meeting Minutes, July 2019 IPERS Wage & Contribution Report, July 2019 Fund Balance Report, 7/8/19, 7/19/19 & 8/5/19 Calculatior ~ Verification Journals, 7/8/19, 7/19/19, & 8/8/19 Accts Payable Claims Reports, Resignation of Heidi Hendrickson, Iowa Distilling Liquor License. Approved 5-0. Expenditures: Bonnie's Barricades RAGBRA! Message boards/barricades 1,594.00 Bowen Design LLC Hometown Pride Tourism Banner 195.00 Cardmember Services RAGBRAI Radios/vests/supplies 1,212.09 Century Link Phone & Internet 241.38 Dave Chelsvig Reimbursement RAGBRAI 18.18 Discount Dumpsters RAGBRAI Dumpster 280.00 Iowa Prison IndustriesHometown Pride sign posts 55.40 Jim's Johns Inc July Rental 80.00 Kirk Ford June & July Mowing . 900.00 MidAmerican Energy RAGBRAI Temp Service, Regular Service 264.97 Norwalk Rugby Club RAGBRAI cleanup 250.00 Skinner Law Office PC June & July Legal Fees 2,927.50 Speck USA RAGBRAI Street cleaning450.00 The Side Garage RAGBRAI Refund of electric fee 100.00 Thrasher Service Corp Faucet install 420.00 Veenstra & Kimm Inc Engineering Fees/Building Inspections 2,751.15 Waste Connections Inc Garbage & Recycling 2,557.56 General Fund Total 14,297.23 Des Moines Water WorksFeeder Main 172,178.57 Water Fund Total 172,178.57 City of Des Moines WRA Payments 3,223.00 Iowa One Call Line Location 76.50 Sewer Fund Total 3,299.50 Paid Total 189,775.30 Action Items A. Motion by Chelsvig, seconded by Ochanpaugh to open the Public Headng on Amending the Code of Ordinances, City of Cumming, Iowa, by Amending Chapter 170.27 Sign Regulation at 7:15 pm and motion by Cackler, seconded by Ochanpaugh to close the Public Hearing at 7:22 pm. Approved 5-0. No public or written comments were made. B. Motion by Goode, seconded by Hungerford to approve the First Reading of Ordinance 2019-07 An Ordinance Amending the Code of Ordinances of the City of Cumming, Iowa, by Amending Provisions Pertaining to Chapter 170.27 Sign Regulations. Approved 5-0. C. Proposal from Utility Service Co, Inc to clean and paint the water tower was discussed. D. Bid was not received for replacing the basement door. Separate bid will be obtained to fix the retaining wall outside the basement door. E. Final RAGBRAI update was given. Reports: Mayor - 24 hours of Cumming bike race. Council - Stop sign at N. 44th & Cumming Ave; Freedom Rock Dedication. Clerk- DOT Speed Feedback signs; Meeting with USA; Deputy Clerk hiring process. Upcoming City Council Meeting: September 9, 2019, at 7:00 pm at City Hall. Motion made by Goode, seconded by Cackler to Adjourn at 7:58 pm. Approved 5-0.Tom Becker, Mayor; Rachelle Swisher, City Clerk/Treasurer OFFICIAL PUBLICATION IN THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT FOR WARREN COUNTY In the Matter of the Estate of No. ESPR021376 ROGENA S. ARMSTRONG Deceased. Notice of Probate of Will, of Appointment of Executor, and Notice to Creditors To All Persons Interested in the Estate of ROGENA S. ARMSTRONG, Deceased, who died on or about July 25th, 2019: You are hereby notified that on the August 7, 2019, the last Will and Testament of ROGENA S. ARMSTRONG, deceased, bearing the date of January 19, 2004, was admitted to probate in the above named court and that James M. Fine was appointed executor of the estate. Any action to set aside the will must be brought in the district court of said county within the later to occur of four months from the date of the second publication of this notice or one month from the date of mailing of this notice to all heirs of the decedent and devisees under the will whose identities are reasonably ascertainable, or thereafter be forever barred. Notice is further given that all persons indebted to the estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors having claims against the estate shall file them with the clerk of the above named district court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, for allowance, and unless so filed by the later to occur of four months from the date of second publication of this notice or one month from the date of mailing of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) a claim is thereafter forever barred. Dated the 7th day of August, 2019. James M. Fine, Petitioner 131 Coventry Blvd. Des Moines, IA 50320 Brian J. Meyer Attorney for the Executor 1217 Army Post Road Des Moines, IA 50315 Date of second publication 29th day of August, 2019 Norwalk Farmers Market The Norwalk Farmers Market is still going strong this season! Shop weekly on Fridays from 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m now located in the grass lot north of the Dollar Tree in Norwalk. This move has helped with overcrowding in the parking lot. Throughout the season, there will be local growers, farmers, artists, direct sales, bakers, and more. Don't miss it! The market will be open Friday evenings through October. For more information, call Chris Swisher at 515- 745-4495, or check out the Norwalk Farmers Market facebook page for the latest updates. OFFICIAL PUBLICATION MARTIN, DENNIS M CITY OF NORWALK MARTIN, TREVOR R FISCAL YEAR 2019 MCLAUGHLIN, TOM EMPLOYEE SALARIES MEASE, JAMES NAME AMOUNT MICHELS, JAMES ALBERS, RAFE E $70,423.92 MILLER, KELLY M ASKEY, HQLLIE A $94,891.44 MINARD, CLYDE H AVENI, BENJAMIN A $2,481.15 MINEAFFI; ELIZABETHA BAILEY, LEE ALLISON $1,004.25 MOLYNEAUX, DAVID BAKER, BRIAN $2,500.00 MOOERS, BRADY A BAKER, JEREMY L $55,712.15 MORRISON, KRISTI J BALK, NATHAN J $7,193.21 MUERNER, MARKW BALLARD, JOSEPH L $74,706.60 MURPHY, MIRANDA BECKER, KAYLA $185.00 MYER, MICHAEL L BENNETT, WILLIAM $1,448.53 NELSON, LUCAS P BORST, EVAN $410.00 NIEMEYER, KRISTY BROCKETT, TRAVlS $42,516.48 NUBEL, KATHLEEN BRODERICK, PHILIP $7,913.01 CARD, SHANE S $13,725.51 CARMICHAEL, JULIA A $9,226.80 CHAMBERS, ABIGAIL $410.00 CHENSVOLD, LISA $180.75 CHRISTENSEN, JESSE W $3,672.17 CLARK, ANNETTE M $54,335.95 CLARK, BRAYDEN $1,829.75 CLIFT, RYAN $2,654.40 COBURN, RYAN B $98,196.55 COBURN, SARAH $11,289.76 COOK, JULIE $6,705.59 CRAD~ GRACE E $1,653.70 CRISV/ELL, BRADLEY D $74,318.87 CROA', PEGGY S $50,475.58 CURTS, FRANK W $342.21 DAHMS, TYLER A $11,429.78 DARST, CHET L $3,937.90 DAVIS. BRYNN $163.63 DAVIS KARl $4,869.00 DEATON, CORY D $217.28 DELKER, ALAN $9,761.33 DELKER, ERIC A $28,920.37 DEWEY, CHARLES R $4,441.91 DILLMAN, SHANE $48,974.86 DOWNNG, RONALD D $83,384.45 DUFI~, LOGAN $845.76 DUNI-~M, NATALIA J $3,204.01 DUNLOP, LILLIAN Y $69,688.99 DUNN KAITLYN $144.50 DYE, ~CHARY T $2,184.11 ECKEIT, CHERYL $487.50 ELLIOT, DARBY $1,068.00 FISCI-ER, DONALD T $31,689.24 FITZG:.RALD, KATHRYN A $10,589.06 FORERAN, GERRIT N$11,097.69 FRYE,NICK D $72,274.17 FURLER, MARY J $116,986.93 GARCA, CLAYTON $21,851.37 GEARIIART, TYLER J $898.71 GILCHqlST, CAMRYN $195.00 GREEIJLEE, CASEY J $80.00 GRO(S, HANNAH $472.50 GUDE4KAUF, JAKE J $4,971.25 G~F, MA]-[HEW $2,187.10 GUZM~N, GREGORY $1,331.25 HADERFELDT, DAVID M $7,243.98 ~~D $2O,355.OO HALLER, JOHN $12,499.70 HARDING, TERRY D $52,612.69 HARGIN, CODY $605.00 HARRYMAN, DAYTON A $10,773.27 HEDBERG, MARICELA $2,227.50 HEPPERLY, GREGORY D $72,686.81 HUTCHINSON, JOHN L $919.36 HUTCHINSON, RANDY L $79,718.45 INMAk, MALLORY A $38,693.11 JACKSON, ANDREW R $64,847.98 JOHNSON, MARY K $13,406.73 JOHNSTON, KELSEE $456.88 JONES, KELSEY L $3,220.00 KEYTE, KERRI $56,420.47 KLIMOWSKI, ELLIOT $52,057.09 KLING, JASON P $8,731.49 KLOCKO, COBY $19,576.99 KLOOTWYK, MICHELLE L $49,959.68 KOES1LER, KIRSTIN E $69,012.36 KUEHL, NANCY A $75,774.36 KUHL, EDDIE H $2,500.00 AUSTIN D$50,062.04 LANDGREBE, ALEX E $8,933.75 LAWYER, JOSEPH $20.50 LEAPER, ROBIN $74,486.58 LEHMER, GARY D $52,612.69 LEPLEY, MARY L $8,304.12 LESTER, DAVID N $2,500.00 LEWlSTON, BENJAMIN S $74,135.76 LEWlSTON, SHANDA M$15,296.25 UVINGSTON, DAWSON $57.50 LIVINGSTON, JAKI L $2,500.00 LUND, JONATHAN K $2,903.04 LUZIER, JAMES M $13,069.17 $2,837.30 $84,396.11 $5,898.75 $58,676.93 $6,381.00 $7,405.47 $1,106.70 $4,467.16 $3,83O.5O $1,242.50 $2,892.00 $11,502.21 $246.10 $51,473.24 $128,008.97 $5,209.27 $6,571.50 OFFENBURGER, LINDSEY M $66,150.20 ORTEGA, SHIRLEY $2,875.00 OSTERLOH, JARED $7,743.83 OUVERSON, MATTHEW A $48,391.48 PALEN, JACK M $3,697.43 PALEN, MATTHEW $2,920.55 PALMER, STEVEN S $73,146.32 PAPPAN, HUNTER $1,539.00 PARKER, PHILIP C $74,835.40 PARRIS, LUKE D $92,187.06 PATAVA, COLE $372.50 PATAVA, JOE L $7,835.93 PAULSEN, JOSEPH C $219.85 PEMBERTON, JACOB $44,780.08 PEMBERTON, LAURIE A $769.08 PENTICO, RICHARD J $16,969.41 PEREZ, JOSE $35,540.59 PETERSON, EMMA $241.94 PETTIT, BRIAN A $52,612.69 PETULLO, KAYLEN $20,440.72 PHILLIPS, THOMAS A $7,500.00 POTRATZ, JACOB M $1,402.70 POTRATZ, KYLIE R $637.51 POWELL, TRAVIS J $4,189.31 PRICE, JEFFREY A $2,868.79 RAMTHUN, HILLARIE N $43,681.07 RANDALL, MARIN E $486.63 REDMOND, RYAN A $5,271.19 REED, ANDREW $55,416.62 REES, CALEB $3,317.93 RICHARDSON, DOUGLAS M $5,370.42 RIVA, STEPHANIE L $2,500.00 SCAVO, JOSEPH $1,709.70 SCHAEFER, BETHANY $7,554.05 SCHUL'I-Z, MICHAEL M $54,050.26 SCHULZ, DEANNA L $44,351.47 SCHUT, JOSHUA $4,110.00 SCHWARTZ, WAYNE $97,856.48 SCHWERY, DYLAN $502.50 SCHWERY, LOGAN R $395.00 SEALINE, HOLLY L $67,850.19 SEIBERT, ADAM T $46,842.30 SEIBERT, SHELBY J $7,813.00 SETTLE, THERESA $533.25 SETTLES, CHRIS $3,726.00 SMITH, BYRON F $6,098.75 SMYSER, JASON L $8,624.30 SPURR, JAYSON S $68,240.50 SPURR, NATHAN R $583.60 STAPLES, GREGORY W $97,969.38 STAPLES, I.AURA B $19,562.58 STRAVERS, ANTHONY G $75,895.79 STRAVERS, SHELLEY A $52,024.29 SWIFT, PAUL J $52,227.29 TAYLOR-SEIBER'F, LOUISE K $11,774.22 TOMKINS, KYAN $210.00 VETSCH, SHEILA $6,928.75 VETTERICK, ETHAN $265.00 VE'FFERICK, JENNIFER L $66,083.36 VOITEL, TAYLOR L $80.50 VRBAN, MARC D $52,605.43 VROEGH, CONNOR $555.00 WADE, ROBERT B $172.50 WAGENER, VERONICA $76,177.44 WALLACE, ANNIKA $310.25 WALLACE, ERIC $4,803.75 WAUGH, ALAN D $43,258.88 WEBB, JARED R $885.00 WEBB, THERESA L $131.15 WENDL, KENNEDY $520.63 WERMERSKIRCHEN, ELISE $1,721.18 WESTI-R)FE 1HOMAS G $7,711.76 WESTVOLD, KIRK A $84,263.61 WHITE, LUCAS $270.00 WI-II]EHEAD, JOPLYN K $787.2O WHITEHEAD, TYLER M $810.83 WICKE'n', DALTON $45,611.51 WRIGHT, THOMAS C $1,824.90 ZESCH, LILLYANN $40.50 ZRUCKY, SETH F $55,612.69 TOTAL FY 2019 SALARIES $4,505,945.84 YMCA Fall Swimming Lessons The South Suburban YMCA, 401 E. Army Post Roa(, is offering fall swir[ming lessons for youth 6 months to 12 years and adults. New four-week sessions begin the week of September 8th for Waterbabies, Preschool, School-age child:en and Adults. Yot may sign up now by coning in, calling, or going to our website, www.dmymca.org. For specific information, including cost, contact Karissa Bohn Chavarria, 285-0444, or karissa. bohn@dmymca.org. OFFICIAL PUBLICATION MINUTES TO BE APPROVED ATTHE AUGUST 20, 2019 MEETING August 13th, 2019 The Warren County Board of Supervisors met Tuesday, August 13th, 2019, at 8:45 a.m. for a special meeting with Supervisors Crystal Mclntyre, Aaron DeKock and Doug Shull present. Assistant County Attorney, Dawn Bowman, and County Auditor, Traci VanderLinden were also present. The following business was had, to-wit: RESOLUTION 19-211(A) NEW HIRE SECONDARY ROADS BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby approves hire of Andrew Butler, Road Maintenance Tech I, Secondary Roads effective August 19,2019, as a regular full-time employee at Grade 7, Step 1, with an hourly pay rate of $18.32 and is eligible for benefits per Warren County Personnel Policies. Carried unanimously. RESOLUTION 19-211(B) NEW HIRE SECONDARY ROADS BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby approves hire of Zachary Beem, Road Maintenance Tech I, Secondary Roads effective August 19,2019, as a regular full-time employee at Grade 7, Step 1, with an hourly pay rate of $18.32 and is eligible for benefits per Warren County Personnel Policies. Carried unanimously. RESOLUTION 19-211(C) NEW HIRE SECONDARY ROADS BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby approves hire of Toby Hill, Motor Grader II, Secondary Roads effective August 26, 2019, as a regular full-time employee at Grade 9, Step 1, with an hourly pay rate of $20.77 and is eligible for benefits per Warren County Personnel Policies. Carried unanimously. RESOLUTION 19-212 P25 RADIO COMMUNICATIONS SITE DEVELOPMENT BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby approves P25 Radio Communications Site Development RFP recommendation. 2 - Ayes Supervisor ShulI-Nay. Nick Bruck, DCI Group, gave a presentation regarding Warren County Justice Center. RESOLUTION 19-213 OPEN PUBLIC HEARING WARREN COUNTY JUSTICE CENTER BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby approves to enter into the public hearing portion of the meeting regarding plans and specifications, proposed contract, and the estimate of cost for the Warren County Justice Center. Carried unanimously. The following people addressed the Board of Supervisors: Emmett Konrad Rick Ruble Justin Peterson Skip Phillips Dean Emery Brooke Boden Nicole Poindexter Wilson Gary Edgington Kelly Shaw Andrew Wood Christopher Patterson Jamie Crubaugh Nate Summers RESOLUTION 19-214 CLOSE PUBLIC HEARING WARREN COUNTY JUSTICE CENTER BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby approves to close the public hearing portion of the meeting regarding plans and specifications, proposed contract, and the estimate of cost for the Warren County Justice Center. Carried unanimously. Representatives from DCI and Shive Hattery addressed the Board. RESOLUTION 19-215 REJECTION OF BIDS WARREN COUNTY JUSTICE CENTER PLANS, SPECIFICATIONS, PROPOSED CONTRACT, ESTIMATE OF COST BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby approves to reject all bids for plans and specifications, proposed contract, and the estimate of cost for the Warren County Justice Center. Carded unanimously. RESOLUTION 19-216 REJECTION OF BID PACKAGES WARREN COUNTY JUSTICE CENTER BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby approves to reject all bids on thirteen (13) bid packages presented for the Warren County Justice Center. Carried unanimously. Upon proper motion the meeting was adjourned at 10:57 a.m. ATTEST: Traci VanderLinden, AUDITOR Crystal Mclntyre, CHAIR HEATING, COOLING & PLUMBING In-Floor ~ Geothermal Heating Insured & Certified (515) 989-0106 SALES- SERVICE ~ REPLACEMENT BATHROOM REMODEL