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Page Twelve N/Warren Town and County News Thursday, September 5, 2013 OFFICIAL PU BLICATIONoFTHE REGULAR CITY Council referred C'4' ld twn business district backt the Planning and Zning I Y ] Commission for review as a potential special use option. Did-ou COUNCIL Motion by Leto and seconded by Murillo to pass the second of three readings MINUTES MEETING ON 8-1 5-1 3 for uur,ug,=,u pUu.cauonl of an Ordinance to amend the Code of Ordinances of the City of Norwalk, The Regular City Council Meeting of the Norwalk City Council was held at the Iowa, 2010, by addition of Chapter 169 Rental Housing Code, regarding Norwalk City Hall, 705 North Avenue, on Thursday, August 15, 2013. The meet-housing codes, providing for regular rental inspections, rental inspections (NAPS)--The A_rnerican ~.~ [ ins was called to order at 6:30 P.M. by Mayor Doug Pierce. Those present at roll upon receipt of complaint, certification of inspected housing, issuance of Academy of Orthopaedic call were Frank Curtis, Eric Delker, Mike Leto and Dave Murillo. Absent: Jamie rental permits and collection of inspection fees and registration of all rental Surgeons came up with tips Sylvester. Staff present included: Marketa Oliver, City Manager; Jeff Rosien, dwelling units within the corporate limits of the City of Norwalk, Iowa. Ap- for trampoline safety. You can City Clerk/Finance Officer; Josh Heggen, Community Development Director; proved 4-0. Ayes: Murillo, Leto, and Sylvester. Nays: none. find them at www.orthoinfo. ,--."q(f~.~\k,~:~ | I Tim Hoskins, Public Works Director; Kirk Westvold, Assistant Police Chief; Dustin ors. [ Huston, Fire Chief; Nancy Kuehl, Parks and Recreation Director; Holly Sealine, Motion by Leto and seconded by Munllo to pass the second of three readings Library Director and Jim Dougherty, City Attorney. an Ordinance to amend the Code of Ordinance of the City of Norwalk, Iowa, * * * 2010, Chapter 177, by adopting provisions pertaining to rental conversion, You can donate to orgard- Motion by Murillo and seconded by Curtis to approve the Agenda. Motion car- registration, rental inspections and assessment of costs. Approved 4-0. za~or~ that run shelters and unanimously. Ayes: Curtis, Delker, Leto and Murillo. Nays: none. prograzns that save pets. Text "\ ried Motion by Delker and seconded by Murillo to approve the Minutes of the August Motion by Curtis and seconded by Leto to adopt Resolution 0815-13-051 an- August 6 or visit www.pet 1,2013 Regular Council meeting. Motion carried unanimously, thorizing McClure Engineering company to submit application to the Iowa smartcharities.org to donate ~C~k,.~~ } I Department ofTransportstion forTraffic Safety Funding in Connection with $5 and help PetSmart Chari- i. ! Motion by Sylvester and seconded by Murilloto approvethe conseflt agenda the NorwalkTrstfic Signal and Safety Audit project. Approved 4-0. Ayes: ties reachits goal ofraising ~"~. ~' I including: tax abatement applications; liquor license renewals for Rudy's and Delker, Leto, Murillo and Curtis. Nays: none. Rosco's;blockpartyapplicationsforBalfourDriveandLakewoodCircle;depart- ' $250,000 to save 10,000 "~ "~C)( t~~ ment monthly reports and the following expenditures. Motion carried unani- Motion by Murillo and seconded by Delker to adopt Resolution 0815-13052 homeless pets. mously, approving a professional engineedng agreement for infrastructure improve- * * * 4IMPRINT SUPPLIES $222.23 mentsfortheSunset DdveWster Main Replacement project. Approved4-0. For those seeking perfor- A+ LAWN AND LANDSCAPE EQUIPMENT $1,259.28Ayes: Leto, Murillo, Curtis and Delker. Nays: none. mance wear with comfort to take steps to help protect AHLERS & COONEY, RC. PROF SVCS $357.00 technology, Russell Athletic consumers and their private ALL IOWA POOL CHEMICALS $53.70 Motion by Curtis and seconded by Delker to adopt Resolution 0815-13-053 has introduced, the Dri.Power information on smartphones. BEDWELL GARDENS WINDFLOWER $120.00 approving an Engineering Agreement for professional services related to BRICK GENTRY PC PAY FOR SVC $1,815.00City-owned property on Colonial Parkway with McClure Engineering. Ap- 360 line. All styles in the line For more irLormation, visit BRICKS FOR KIDZ SUMMER CAMP $693.00 proved 3-1. Ayes: Murillo, Curtis and Delker. Nays: Leto. feature a cotton blend madewww.ctia.org. BSN PASSONS GSC CON EQUIPMENT. $1,619.98 with moisture-wicking prop- ... CAPITAL SANITARY SUPPLIES SUPPLIES $614.60 Motion by Murillo and seconded by Delker to adopt Resolution 0815-13-054 erties to keep people coo] and Edible Arrangements CASEYSGENERAL STORES INC PAY FOR SVC $9.15 approvinga28EAgreementforajointpublicserviceagreementwithWar- dry. "To learn more, visit makes fresh fruit bouquets CENTURYUNK TELECOM $88.34 ren County. Approved 4-0. Ayes: Curtis, Delker, Leto and Murillo. www.russel]at]-detic.com, as we]] as delectable boxes CITY LAUNDERING CO BLDG MAINT $61.25 * * * of chocolate-dipped fruit. CLEAN HARBORS EQUIPMENT $1,086.80Motion by Delker and seconded by Leto to adjourn at 7:30 P.M. Motion carried CTIA--the international There is a variety of specials CNM OUTDOOR EQUIPMENT EQUIPMENT $304.30 unanimously. COMM SOLUTIONS FIBER $2,706.50 wireless telecommunications available all summer long CONST & AGGREGATE EQUIPMENT $137.04 Doug Pierce, Mayor associatiorb--wants America's during their Sweet Savings CONTRACT SPECIALTY LC CHEMICALS $4,111.40JeffRosien, City Clerk / Finance Officer wireless users to be safe.Celebration'. For moreinfor- CONTROL INSTAL OF IA MAINTENANCE $137.78 CTIA and participating wire- mation, visit www.edible CONTROLLED ACCESS OF EQUIPMENT , $205.08 less companies have agreedarrangements.com/savings. DEPA E" OF,NSPEOT,ONS ,NSPECT,ONS $67.50 SUBSCRIBE TODAY! DES MOINES WATER WORKS DMWW $43,183.75 DIAMOND VOGEL PAINTS SUPPLIES $822.30 Send $18 check or money order DORSEY a WHITNEY LaP LEGAL FEES $5,451.80 DOWNEYTIRE REPAIR $823.14 for a one year subscription to ELECECTRONIC ENGINEERING RENT LEASE $1t.g5 PQ Box 325, Norwalk, IA 50211 ELLIO'I-r EQUIPMENT CO EQUIPMENT $1,798.08 EMERGENCY SERVICES MKTG SUBSCRIPTION $714.00 r FED EX POSTAGE $5.17 FELD EQUIP CO. INC EQUIPMENT $1,210.00 FREEDOM TIRE & AUTO REPAIR 127 $569.40 G & L CLOTHING CLOTHING ALLOW $1,082.03 GE CAPITAL LEASE $520.00 GREATER DSM PARTNER 2017 INVESTMENT $5,000.00 GROUND BREAKER HOMES REFUND DEPOSIT $650.00 HOLMES CHEVROLET REPAIR $145.22 IA. DEPT. -PUBLIC SAFETY FIBER INSTALL $4,021.60 INDIANOLA FIRE DEPARTMENT BILLING $2,275.00 INDOFF INC SUPPLIES $432.05 INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE MEMBERSHIP FEE $170.00 IOWA ONE CALL LOCATES $371.70 IOWA WINDOW SERVICE INC BLDG MAINT $80.00 IPRA CONSIGNMENTTICKETS $328.50 JAMES OIL COMPANY LLC FUEL $10,081.90 JASON MARQUARDT REFUND $20.00 JEFF ROSIEN REIMBURSE $89.09 JESTER INSURANCE SERVICES INSURANCE $123,684.00 JOHN KELLY SUMP PUMP REIMBURSE $750.00 KABEL BUSINESS SERVICES HRA CKS $1,160.33 KELTEK INCORPORATED VEHICLE MAINTENANCE $314.90 LEXl GUDENKAUF CLOTHING ALLOW $25.00 LIVING MAGAZINE LIVING MAGAZINE $900.00 MATHESON LINWELD EQUIPMENT $430.82 MCLAUGHLIN INTL I SUPPLIES $572.61 MENARDS SUPPLIES $153.04 MIDWEST LOCK & SECURITY EQUIPMENT $905.49 MIKE MYER SERVICES NUISANCE MOWING $120.00 MUNICIPAL SUPPLY EQUIPMENT $6,933.80 NOBLE FORD REPAIR $729.44 NWARRENTOWN.OTY JUNE 27 M,NUTES $67g3 .ORWALK.ARDWARE SUPPL,ES What is L NORWALK PARKS AND REC WELLNESS INCENTIVE $128.00 NORWALK READY MIXED LIMESTONE $549.50 NORWALK RUNNING CLUB TRIATHLON CLINIC $402.35 NORWALK TIRE & AUTO VEHICLE REPAIR $18.16 "PEAK SOFTWARE SYSTEMS SPORTSMAN S ,NTERNET $1,318.00 Lifeline is a government benefit program that provides discounted POOL TECH INC. SUPPLIES $2,708.50 pho sewi to eligible low in ......... RJTHOMASMFGCO,NC MENT , 7.go ne , , consumers. Ehg bte consumers SAMS CLUB SUPPLIES $916.79 SCHOOLTECH SUPPLY COMPUTER EQUIPMENT $9,675.00 may receive one benefit per household:, either wireline or wireless SCHWAN'S SALES INT CONCESSIONS $469.19 STANDR,DGEGROUP SUPPL,ES $7 00 ervi All ust prove thei eligibility to enroll and STATE OF 'A AI-rORN EY G EN REFUND $527.80 Sce consumers m r = .... TARAWATERS REFUND o.oo " i Igl hty every year. LERTEC..OLOG,ES MA,NTENANC .00 subscribers must re-veri the r el" "bi" U SELECT IT SUBSCRIPTIONS $1,200.00 UNITED HEALTHCARE REFUND $333.26 WASTE MANAGEMENT OF IA SERVICE $26,382.65 WPS MEDICARE PART B REFUND $517.44 ZIEGLER INC. BLDG MAINTENANCE $50, ifv GBANDTOTAL $27997950 HOW Do lQual for Lifeline Discounts? ~r Mayor opened the Public Hearing on the proposed agreement at 6:42 p.m. Rosien noted that no written or oral comment had been received. With no one present wishing to speak, Mayor closed the Public Hearing at 6:43 p.m. Motion by L~to and seconded by Delker to adop~ Resolution 0815-13-050 ap- TOqualify for Lifeline, consumers must either have an income that is proving a Develepment Agreement with Norwalk Area Chamber of Com- merce authorizing annual appropristion tax increment payments and pledg- at or below 135% of the Federal Poverty Guidelines, or participate in ins certain tax increment revenues to the payment of the agreement. Ap- proved 4-0. Ayes: Delker. Leto. Murillo and Curtis. Nays: none. a qualifying federal, state or Tribal assistance program. Mayor opened the Public Hearing on the proposed zoning changes at 6:44 p.m. -Rosien noted that no w~itten or oral comment had been received. With no one present wishing to speak, Mayor closed the Public Hearing at 6:46 p.m. Motion by Curtis and seconded by Delker to pass the first of three readings of an Ordinance amending the Zoning Code of Ordinances of the City of Norwalk, Iowa, sections 17.04.040 definitions; 17.10.100 C-2, community commemial district; 17.10.110 C-3, highway service commercial district; C-4, old town business district, by establishing a definition for automotive repair and provid!ng automotive repair as a principal permitted use in the For More Information C-2, C-3 and C-4 zoning districts. Approved 3-0. Ayes: Murillo. Curtis and Delker. Abstaining: Leto Nays: none. Heggen reported the Planning and Zoning Commission denied the proposed requestfortheC-4district.iotionbyCurtisandsecondedbyDelkertopassthe Please visit wwwJifelinesu . You may also call the first of three readings of an Ordinance amending the Zoning Code of Ordi- nancesoftheCityofNorwalk, lowa, sections17.04.040 definitions;17.10.100 Federal Communications Commission at: C-2, community commercial district; 17.10.110 0-3, highway service com- mercialdistrict, byestablishingadefinitionforautomotiverepairandpro- 1 888 225 5322 viding automotive repair as a principal permitted use in the 0-2 and C-3 ~ - ,,= zoning districts. Approved 3-0. Ayes: Murillo. Curtis and Delker. Abstaining: Leto. Nays: none.