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Thursday, September 10, 2015 N/Warren Town and County News Page Eleven OFFICIAL PUBLICATION MINUTES TO BE APPROVED AT THE SEPTEMBER 15th, 2015 MEETING September 1, 2015 The Warren County Board of Supervisors met Tuesday, September 1,2015, at 9:30 a.m. with Supervisors' Doug Shull, Dean C. Yordi and Crystal Mctntyre present. County Auditor Traci VanderLinden, County Attorney John Cdswell and County Administrator Jean Fuder were also present. The following business was had to-wit: PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE CORRECTIONS/ADDITIONS/DELETIONS: None reported SIMPLE consent agenda, MOTION by Dean C.Yordi, second by Crystal Mclntyre to approve the 8/18/2015 Regular Session Minutes and claims: WARREN COUNTY CLAIMS REGISTER REPORT September 1, 2015 PARTS MTHLY CHGS JULY/AUG FEES JULY LD PH CHGS SEPT 2015 RENT .AUGUST 2015 : UNION DUES K-9 SUPPLIES @SUPPLIES LACONA SHOP AUG 2015 MILK / JULY CLIENT STAY SVCS EXPENSES REIMB COMM CENTER RMB TOW & STORAGE GROUP 160790-376 SIGN MATERIAL MLG/EXP REIMB JULY/AUG MLG CELL PHONE @JUNE PH STIPEND BRIDGE RATING- PUBLICATIONS CLIENT ASST UNIFORMS CLIENT RENT ASST CANCER INS DEDUCT M@ CHARGES CLIENT ASSIST MTRLS & LABOR D0647894 FUEL REIMB SUPPLIES COMM CENTER CLENT RENT ASSIST TONER ENGINEER PSTG REIMB PARTS DEPOSITIONS TIRE REPAIRS ROTH -IRA SUPPLIES MONITORS LTD DEDUCTION INSPCTN & LABOR4V~TERIN.S $3,599.50 MTHLY CHGS $400.00 WELLNESS $209.42 SPRAY INJECTION $30,400.00 MLG REIMB $30.00 CARLISLE FOOD SVC LICENSE $67.50 $511.37 $833.Ol $3,495.71 $616.68 $6,577.50 $1,95o.28 $772.80 $60.08 $305.27 $56.18 $229.98 $291.04 $69.32 $6124 $55.00 $285.00 $1,768~24 $7.98 $27.65 $64.14 $45.OO $90.00 $6,436.4o $657.18 $243.66 $24&67 $550.00 $73.94 $1,315.32 $14~12 $115.50 $150.00 $25.00 $480.74 $93.96 $500.00 $196.~ $9,810.98 $9.50 $6,674.72 $171.35 $19.71 $1,69O.OO $380.00 $620.00 $34.38 A.C.K. ENTERPRISES ACCESS SYSTEMS ADP LLC ADVNCD INTEG TECH AERORIDGE LC AFLAC AFSCME COUNCIL 61 AG ALLIANCE AIA SERVICES LLC ALLIANT ENERGY AE DAIRY APPLE TREE INN ARAMARK UNIFORM ARNOLD, BRIAN ARNOLD, KRISTAN AUBERT TOWING AVESIS B & F FASTENER BASS, TROY W BATES, CHERYL BRAND, NATHANIEL BURROWS, ERIC CALHOUN-BURNS CARLISLE CITIZEN CARLISLE, CITY OF CRPNTR UNIFORM CEDARBROOKE CNTRL LIFE INSRNC CENTURYLINK CHASE CHEERS REPAIR CLIA LAB COOK, TIMOTHY F CR SERVICES CRYSTAL CLEAR D & D CONST DELL MARKETING DELTA DENTAL DESPENAS, JUDY DIAMOND MOWERS DITTMER CSR RPR, DOWNEY TIRE PROS EDWARD JONES ELECTRONIC ENGIN EMBARK IT INC EMC NATIONAL LIFE EXCEL MECHANICAL EXTINGUISHER CO FAREWAY STORES FELDHACKER CONT FENSTERMAN, K FOOD & CONSUMER FOXWOOD APT FRIDLEY, KRISTEN FURLER, JEAN GRATIAS INVEST GRIMM, PHIL HARMAN, GARY HARTFORD LIFE INS HEDBERG & SON HENRY M. ADKINS HOLM'S/AMERICAN HY-VEE IMWCA INDIANOLA, CITY OF INDOFF INC. INFOMAX OFFICE INLANDTRUCK IA DEPT TRANSP IOWA HSEMD IA PRISON INDUST IOWA RADIOLOGY IA STATE ASSOC IA STATE SHERIFFS JAKES LAWN JEO CONSULTING JERICO SERVICES JOHN DEERE JONES, MATT KABEL BUSINESS KADING PROPERTIES KEENEY, MARY LYNN KEYSTONE LAB KIMBALL MIDWEST KIRKHAM MICHAEL KONE INC. KOSMAN CLEANING KREISERS INC KRISS PREMIUM M & M SALES CO MADISON CO SHERIFF MAHASKA MAIL SERVICES LLC MARCO INC MARION CO ENG MC CASLAND, DOUG MEDICAP PHRMACY MENARDS MIDAMERICAN MIDAMERICAN MIDAMERICAN MILLER ELECTRICAL MILLER, LORI MiLO, CITY OF N/WARREN TOWN NATIONAL SHERIFF'S NATIONWDE RTRMNT NOBLE FORD NO LIGHTS FOOD NORWALK, CITY OF OFFICEMAX INC ON-SITE INFRMTN PATH LABORATORY PEOPLE INTRNTNL PERU QUARRY INC PITNEY BOWES INC.* CLNT RENT ASST $1,075.00 CLNT RENT ASSIST $550.00 JULY/AUG 2015 MLG $46.00 PROCESS SERVICES $150.00 @JUNE PH STIPEND $96.00 CLNT RENT ASSIST $450.00 RTRMNT CONT $1,220.00 ROOF REPAIRS $235.00 SUPPLIES $693.63 PARTS $449.99 SUPPLIES $1,038.88 INSTALL 3 $20,463.00 CLNT UTLTY ASST $681.75 SUPPLIES $785.10 SERVICE $198.56 PARTS $1,420.98 SIGN MATERIALS $725.00 CONF REGIS FEE $160.00 TRAFFIC SIGNS $151~5 @ INMATE SRVCS $36.50 FALL SCHOOL REG $180.00 SCHOOL REGIS $150.00 MTHLY/TREE RMVL $6,715.00 190TH AVE BRIDGE $42,453.00 DUST CONTROL $46,026.50 PARTS/SIGNS $084.30 CLNT RNT ASSIST $525.00 FSA M@ PAYMENTS $220.80 CLNT RENT ASST $600.50 POSTAGE REIMB $6.74 LIB CENTER $70.70 SUPPLIES $57.29 DESIGN WORK $10,815.74 AUG MAINT CVRGE $221.98 AUG 1-15 CLEANING $7,000.00 MEDICAL SUPPLIES $653.37 MTHLY CNTRCT $165.00 MTHLY CHGS $258.79 7/8-8/5/15 RM & BD $1,596.00 INTRNTNOIP CHGS $2,473.81 MTHLY SERVICES $1,639.09 AUG/SEPT $116.00 10TH & LISBON $27,171.12 FUEL REIMB $323.35 INMATE RX'S $3,142.58 FREEZER $788.10 UTILITIES $591.69 CLIENT UTILITIES $1,261.14 @ DAMAGE TO LINES $163.02 SERVICES $212.50 @ FY15 EXMNR CHGS $500.00 CLIENT UTILITIES $199.52 PUBLICATIONS $738.54 JAIL OFFICER CERTS $780.00 DEFERRED COMP $1,558.00 SERVICES $160.97 INMATE FOOD $1,501.36 CLNT WATER ASST $95.52 SUPPLIES $171.41 TOTE CHARGES $35.00 INMATE SERVICES $79.34 PAC DEDUCTIONS $7.70 ROCK-J U LY $1,634.60 RENTAL CHGS $1,327.00 POLK CO TREAS FOOD DELIVERIES $615.00 POLK COTREAS EXMNR CHGS $428.74 PRINCIPAL LIFE INS INS DEDUC - AUG $1,728.94 QUALITY PEST MTHLY SVCS $64.00 QUALITY PLUMBING SERVICES @ C.H. $3,472.50 RDJ SPECIALITIES SUPPLIES $1,180.23 RECORD HERALD PUBUCATIONS $1,077.67 RED ROCK AREA JULY MOWING $2,333.33 SAXTON INC SERVICES $233.20 SECURITY EQUIP IP CAMERA $5,346.20 SHREDDER, THE SERVICES $125.00 SICKELS CARPET CLEAN CARPET $225.00 SNYDER & ASSOC SERVICES $29,441.63 STUDIO FUSCO BUS CARDS FOR VA $60.00 SUN LIFE FINANCIAL SEPT PRMMS $4,362.86 T.R.M. DISPOSAL TRASH SERVICE $197.11 TEAMSTERS LOCAL UNION DUES $1,066.00 THOMAS, ScoTr MLG & REGIS FEE $352.38 THOMSON REUTERS JULY CHGS $2,438.67 "KW~TOWING&.N.ffOMJTNELLC @JUNETOW&STORAGECHGS $210.00 TREAS STATE OF IA BUSINESS CARDS $28.00 TYLER TECH FY16 SOFTWARE MAINT/TYLER PRJCT $24,776.00 U.S. BANK CLNT MRTG ASST $260.96 UHC PLAN GROUP 1 $176,062.45 US CELLULAR MTHLY PHONE $182.93 US POSTAL SERVICE ANNL CALLER SVC $206.00 VERIZON WIRELESS MTHLY PH CHGS 3165..63 VICE CONST SERVICES $1,900.00 WARREN CO SHERIFF @APRIL MLG/SVC FEES/SA $498.00 WARREN COTREAS FSA DEDUCTION $6,256.00 WARREN COTRBAS SMARTPHNE DEDCT $372.00 WARREN CO TREAS LD CALLS $353.70 WARREN COUNTY TREASURER JULY/AUG HLTH INS WELLNESS INCENT $6~50.00 WARREN CO TREAS JULY BASIC PH CHGS $1,075.00 WARREN CO TREAS JULY FUEL $400.00 WELLS FARGO CLNT MRTG ASSIST $525.00 WESTERN ACRES CLIENT LOT RENT $230.00 WINDSTREAM COMM MTHLY CHGS $765.86 WlNDSTREAM IOWA MTHLY CHGS $514.71 XEROX CORP JULY 2915 CHARGES $349.98 YOUTH EMERGENCY SHELTER CHGS $752.40 RESOLUTION 15-138A NEW HIRE HEALTH SERVICES BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby ap- proves hire of LisaWoodard, Home Cars Aide, Health Services as a regular full- time employee, and effective August 31, 2015 at an hourly rate of $11.70 and is eligiMe for benefits. Carded unanimously RESOLUTION 15-138B REMOVALS FROM PAYROLL BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby ap- proves to remove Monty Freeman, seasonal employee, from the Conservation payroll, effective July 31,2015. Carded unanimously RESOLUTION 15-139 SET LOST ELECTION DATE BE IT RESOLVED THAT, motions from governing bodies repmsent~ more than 50% of the population of Warren County, Iowa having been filed with the County Auditor not more than 30 days ago, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby set the date for a Local Options Sales Tax Special Election for March 1, 2016, and authorizes County Commissioner of Elections to take such actions as are necessary and appropriate to schedule, provkk~ no0ce for, and conduct said election. 2 Ayes - Mclntyre - Abstain DISCUSSION ONLY: Brian Amold, County Assessor, discussed request to in- stall service counter in Assessor's office. DISCUSSION ONLY: Supervisor Crystal Mclntyre discussed air quality testing at Courthouse and Ash tree removal at Courthouse. Supervisor DeanYordi gave report of his .p'eyious week's activities Supervisor Doug Shuli gave report of his ~Hr~vi~ ~mek~'s bctiv" "itle~.' Su~ Crystal Mclntyre gave report of her previous week's activities. County Administrator - Gave report of her previous week's activities PUBLIC INPUT: George Bates, 680 Greenfield Pkwy - Expressed concerns regarding plugged storm sewer. The next regular meeting will be held on Tuesday, September 15m, 2015 at 9:30 a.m. LEISURE LINE Concluded from p. 3 Catholic Church; Cost: $109.25/couple for residents and $125.64/couple for non-residents; Minimum/maximum number couples: 4/12. LINE DANCING Get up and dust off those dancing shoes! Line dances are choreographed dances with a repeating series of steps that are performed in unison by a group of people in lines or rows. Exhilarating line dances such as the Cupid shuffle, Electric Slide, and others will be taught. It is a great way to exercise without even noticing! No partner or experience needed. Registration Dates: Sep- tember 14 through 25; Program Dates: October 1, 8, 22, 29, November 12, 19; Days: Thursdays; Tune: 8 to 9 p.m.; Locations: St John's Catholic Church; Cost: $40 for Norwalk residents or $46.00 for non-residents; Mini- mum/maximum: 10/25. ADULT PICK-UP BASKETBALL GAMES Pick-up basketball games will be offered for adults. Please bring clean tennis shoes to wear for the games. This program is only for residents who live within the Norwalk School District. Program Dates: October 7, 14, 21, 28, November 4* 11, 18, 25* December 2, 9, 16, Janu- ary 6,13"; 20, 27, February 3, 10, 17", 24, March 2, 9, 16" 23; *No school; possibility no open gym; Time: 7 to 9 p.m.; Location: Middle School Gym; Registration: Be- gins September 14 (closes when full);+ Cost: $31.80 (in- cludes sales tax) Norwalk residents, $37.20 (includes sales tax) non-residents; Maximum number of partici- pants: 40. COMMUNITY EDUCATION AT MAIN STREET MONTESSORI SCHOOL Build your own Bat House - Bats in your belfry? In- stead of spending your fall evenings chasing them out of your house with a tennis racquet and oven mitt, why not go the ecological route and build your own bat house. In only one evening you will learn the impor- tance of not just protecting our bat neighbors, but also encouraging their presence with a prime piece of real estate. Registration: September 14 through 25; Date: September 29; Time: 6:30-8:00; Location: Main St Montessori School; Cost: $12; Limit: 8 individuals. OPALS- SENIOR CITIZEN PROGRAMS (Older People with Active Life Styles) SENIOR CITIZEN EXERCISE .... Every0rte age 55 artddMer is invitedto attend a free exercise program that will include stretching and ton- ing. We will meet at the Norwalk Christian Church lo- cated at 701 Main St. This is a continuous program run- ning yearly. Days: Monday and Thursday; Tune: 10- 10:30 a.m. Upon proper motion the meeting was adjourned at 9:54 a.m. ATTEST: AUDITOR, Traci VanderLindan CHAIR, Doug Shull POLICE REPORT Disclaimer: All defendants are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. August 31 Vehicle Crash, Hwy 28 and Turnberry Drive. Vehi- cle driven by Zeinab Mo- hammed, Norwalk, collid- ed with a vehide driven by Joyce Gardner, also of Nor- walk. Information was tak- en and a report was for- warded to the Iowa Depart- ment of Transportation. Motor Vehicle Theft, 700 block Gordon Avenue. Sus- pect was arrested by Iowa State Patrol. September 1 Civil Dispute, 9000 block Maplecrest Drive. Information was taken and a report was made. Traffic Stop, - 2700 block Lexington Drive. Dominick Armagost, Norwalk was arrested and charged with Carrying Weapons, Posses- sion of Drug Parapherna- lia, and Improper Rear Lamps. Subject was pro- cessed and transported to the Warren County Jail. September 2 Warrant Arrest, 1200 block Holly Drive. Kyle Hines, Norwalk, was ar- rested on an active Warren County warrant for Proba- tion Violation. Subject was processed and transported to the Warren County Jail. Vehicle Crash, Beards- ley at Lakewood Elementa- ry drive. Vehicle driven by Rebecca Scribano, Nor- walk, struck a vehicle driv- en by Kevin Pearson, also of Norwalk. Information was taken and a report was forwarded to the Iowa De- partment of Transporta- tion. Multiple Thefts from unlocked vehicles and Thefts from unlocked ga- rages. Reports were taken in the 100 block Center Street, 200-300 block Cen- ter Street Place, 600-800 block Lewis Ave, 1000-1100 block Elm Ave, 1000-1100 block Maple, 700 block Lane Ave, 100 block Main Street, 1200 block Meadow Dr. All cases remain under investigation at this time. September 3 Traffic Stop, 1000 block Sunset Drive. Jasmine Gal- van, Norwalk, was arrest- ed and charged with Pos- session of a controlled sub- stance and Possession of was arrested on an active Drug Paraphernalia. Sub- Department of Corrections ject was processed and warrant for a Parole Viola- transported to the Warren tion. Subject was taken into County Jail. custody, processed and Warrant Arrest, 600 transported to the Warren block Orchard Hills Drive. County Jail. Charles Trogdon, Norwalk, SHERIFF'S REPORT Disclaimer: All defendants are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. August 27- 8:29 p.m., 2000 block G76 Hwy: Marylin Smith, 66, Indianola, vehicle/deer. August 28 - 3:56 p.m., Delaware Street and State 28/ Iowa 28: Joshua Braun, 19, Norwalk and Carol Brown, 63, Norwalk, were traveling southbound on Hwy 28 in Warren County near Delaware Street. Both drivers stated that a third vehicle traveling northbound on Hwy 28 turned west onto Delaware Street causing Braun to slow rapidly. Brown stated that he did not react to Braun quick enough to avoid a collision. Braun rear ended Brown causing minor damage to both vehicles. August 28- 6:15 p.m., 3000 block 65/69 SB: Leer Guest, 77, Indianola, and Philip Rater, 32, Altoona, were both traveling northbound on Highway 65/69. Guest was passing Rater while traveling in the outside lane. Guest attempted to move to the inside lane, but had not com- pleted passing Rater, he struck the vehicle. This caused both vehicles to travel into the median. August 29- 8:10 p.m., 6000 block 65/69 southbound: Thomas Rempe, 56, Indianola, car versus deer.