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Page Fourteen N/Warren Town and County News Thursday, September 19, 2013 announcements Catering Klassy Krew BBQ is avail- able for all your catering needs. We offer award-win- ning smoked meats and delicious side dishes. Per- fect for football tailgating, meetings, weddings or any other party event. Delivery locally is available. Contact Russell Place at 515-491- 5392 or Mike Johnston at 515-285-4292. Disorganized, over- whelmed and confused about preserving your pic- tures and memories? I can help my Norwalk area neighbors, www.memories collected.com or call my cell at 515-710-5315. Norwalk Food Pantry, lo- cated at New Life Lutheran Church, 4380 Wakonda Dr is open every Wednes- day from 5 to 7 p.m. for lo- cal residents. employment Farm Help Wanted-Semi driver, experience pre- ferred, combine help, full or part-time, experience pre- ferred. Norwalk area, call 778-0045. for sale 2011 Wildcat, 5th wheel, used 7 times, take over payments of $266.93 or $20,000. 202-6792, Doug. 2010 Rockwood Ultra-Lite 29 foot, sleeps 8, 2 slideouts, lots of extras, good condition. Must see. Call for appointment, 515- 314-7534. Norwalk Warrior Spirit- wear-Shop online at MyJJDesigns.com or call 953-6306. Big round grass bales for sale. Call Larry at 515-681- ,6310. Avon Representative, Sandy Brenizer, 515-238- 6718. Norwalk-Lakewood area. house for sale Home for sale by owner- 1115 Skylane Drive, Norwalk. 3 BR, 2 bath ranch. Move-in condition. Well-maintained with many updates including remod- eled kitchen and bathroom, new roof, furnace, win- dows. Added 2 1/2 car ga- rage and new concrete patio. Call for more infor- mation and viewing. 515- 314-7534. Acreage for sale byowner. 3 bedroom, 4 bath ranch home with walk-out base- ment on 14 park-like acres, including large stocked pond. Address is 5431 ALL classified advertising is 20 cents a word with a $3.50 minimum AND payable in advance of publication. Bring your ad to the office and pay for the ad at that time. We reserve the right to accept or refuse any or all advertising. Publisher reserves the right to cancel any advertisement at any time. "Happy Ads" and "Thank Yous" are $2. DEADLINE IS NOON ON FRIDAY! roaches, bed bug treat- ments, termite Work. We also offer property mainte- nance such as debris re- moval, mold testing, snow and lawn care, demo work and roofing. 515-309-2089, www.downspestcontrol.com. Stonefield Home Services Wade Smith, 515-490- 1946, electrical, plumbing, repair. MENARDS garage sales 113 Center St. Friday, Sept. 20, 8 a.m.-6 p.m. and Saturday, Sept. 21,8 a.m.- noon. Reclining leather sofa, desk, clothing, dog crate, books, toys and games, household items. CITY OF NORWALK MINUTES OF 090513 Continued from p. 2 4734Wakonda Dr. Friday, Gap, Old Navy. Girls-size Sept. 20, 9 a.m.-12 p.m. newborn through 5/6, and Saturday, Sept. 21, 8 boys-newborn through 24 a.m.-2 p.m.TONS of qual- months. Shoes, misc. kids ity, well-cared for kids toys/items, misc. house- clothes including, hold items. Gymboree, Crazy 8, Bab MEDIACOM TELECOM $281.80 STORM DRAIN $237.65 Making Enemies with" Friendship Bread By Dorothy Rosby Against my better judg- ment, I recently found myself responsible for the i Gear St Prole, located 5 miles south of Norwalk and one-half mile east of Hwy 28 in Norwalk School Dis- trict. $319,000. Call 515- 981-4766 or visit www.for salebyowner. om/ 23963286 for more infor- mation. services. House Cleaning Services Residential, Very friendly and reliable, light or heavy cleaning, available Mon- day-Friday, references Clean CutTree Service available upon request. Removals, trimming, Please call 515-480-7354 stump grinding, brush to schedule, cleanup, fully equipped and insured. Free consul- A house roof should be tations, 981-0511. ATTRACTIVE, and AF- " FORDABLE, and last a Fireplace LONG TIME. STANDING Chimney Servicing SEAM STEEL ROOFS & Annual servicing of your SCREW DOWN ROOFS; chimney system keeps custom fabricated for your your family safe and your home, Wagler Construc- home in good repair. We tion LLC, 641-745-0962 offer inspections, cleaning, qualitysteelroof.com, repairs, product sales, re- (Don't miss the 2013 en- lining, tuck-pointing and -ergy tax credit), more. Call Climbing Boys Seamstress can do alter- Chimney Cleaning ations, work with lycra fab- Tim Mineart ric, sequins, beading and 689-9077 custom costumes. Call Lynne at 285-0604. Patava Concrete Taking orders for tearouts, Rock n' Rolloff patios, replacement, new Portable dumpsters deliv- construction, driveways, ered. Call Mike at 515-238- garage slabs. FREE ESTI- 2509. MATES. Call Matt Palen, 210-1284 or Tim Patava, Small engine repair, pickup 210-1285. and delivery available. - Prompt reasonable ser- vice. We have used lawn mowers. Local honey for sale. 515-975-4348. Jim Dixon. Downs Pest Control And Property Thirty-five percent of the Maintenance people who use per- sonal ads for dating are Spiders, ants, wasps, already married. 5921 SE 14th Street, Suite 1800 Des Moines, Iowa ~ 515-287-1500 Tuesday-Friday - 9am to 8pm Saturday 9am to 5pm Sunday - llam to 5pm Walk-ins Welcome EF IC. Insuram e Compmfi COMMITTED TO OUR CUSTOMERS AND OUR COMMUNITY. offer Des Mo~es, u~ C ~ MIDAMERICAN ENERGY UTILITY $17.31 MIKE MYER SERVICES NUISANCE $280.00 MUNICIPAL SUPPLY LIMESTONE $1,010.00 NEW PIG EQUIPMENT $674.34 NFPA EDU/TRAINING $301.45 N WARREN TOWN & CTY ORD 13-11 $433.58 NORTHLAND OPERATIONS $1,239.75 NOF~VALK READY MIX LIMESTONE $4,838.00 OVERHEAD DOOR CO REPAIR $114.00 PAINT PUMP PROS EQUIPMENT $77.98 PEEK SALES & SVC REPAIR $66.91 PEPSI-COLA MTG/CONF $392.72 PETrlT, BRIAN REIMBURSE $8.51 PEZZETrl EROSION SEEDING/MULCH $6,340.00 PITNEY BOWES RENTAL/LEASE $735.00 REGISTER MEDIA PUBLIC NOTICE $103.75 RJ THOMAS MFG CAP IMPROVE $699.60 RRACAP OUTREACH SVCS $2,464.00 SCHWAN'S SALES CONCESSIONS $187.38 SEC'Y OF STATE FILING FEE $30.00 SECURITY EQUIP SERVICES $480.00 SHRED IT BLDG MAINT $47.67 SIMPLEX GRINNELL SERVICE CALL $397.50 STANDRIDGE GROUP ENVELOPES $475.00 TAMMY CHRISTENSEN REFUND $86.25 DM REGISTER SUBSCRIPTION $30.59 TYLER TECHNOLOGIES PAY FOR SVC $115.00 VERIZON WIRELESS TELECOM $3,239.33 VOORHEES TAEK3NONDO PAY FOR SVC $833.18 GRAND TOTAL $118,971.41 Motion by Leto and seconded by Mudllo to approve the Consent Agenda. Mo- tion carried unanimously. Mayor opened Public Hearing on the proposed economic development agree- ment with Warren County Economic Development Corporation at 6:50 p.m. Rosien noted no written or oral comments had been received. (Editor's note: The location contained in the publication had incorrectly stated that the hearing would be held at the library. The change in venue was duly posted at the library and the time delayed to 6:45 p.m. from 6:30 p.m. to ensure travel time to the correct venue for anyone wishing to speak to this topic.) George Meineke, 8389 Arthur Trail, asked how the $200,000 per year was arrived at. He thinks that is a lot of money. Oliver explained that the agreement is an aggregate of $200,000 over 5 years. It is not per year. Erika Isley, 3086 S Orilla Rd, asked what was paid last year. Oliver said around $37,0O0. Tom Greteman, 5237 Clearwater Drive, stated Norwalk is not far away from need- ing its own Economic Development Commission and asked if the Resolution can be amended by future councils. He also expressed whetherTIF obligation is a good funding source and suggested the City evaluate how long TIF resources would last. Oliver said an analysis of the TIF is currently underway. Lloyd Carlson, 8832 Woedmayr Circle, asked what the current $1 per month on the water bill is being used for. Oliver said that money had been used for fire- works, for economic development purposes. Dave Hixenbaugh, 4903 Lakewood Drive, questions whetherTIF money can be used in this way for economic development. Dougherty answered that attorneys specializing in TIF drafted the proposed agreement. Bdan Baker, 3628 Prairie Sage Drive, asked who the city of Des Moines relied on for their legal advice in the franchise fee case. Dougherty answered that it was their city attorney. Murillo asked that Oliver check to see how Norwalk uses TIF in comparison to other cities. Mayor closed the Public Hearing at 7:21 p.m. Motion by Sylvester and seconded by Leto to table adoption of Resolution approving an economic development support agreement with the Warren County Economic Development Commission (WCEDC) until the Septem- ber 19, 2013 council meeting. RC passed unanimously. Mayor opened Public Hearingon proposed zoning changes to add automotive repair as a special use in the C-4 zoning district at 7:37 p.m. Rosien noted that no written or oral comment had been received. No one present wished to speak, the Public Hearing was continued along with consideration of proposed Ordi- nance amending the Zoning Code of Ordinances of the City of Norwalk, Iowa, Section 17.10.120 C-4, Old Town Business District, by providing automotive re- pair as a special use in the C-4 zoning district at a future council meeting. Second reading of an Ordinance amending the zoning Code of Ordinances of the City, of Norwalk, Iowa, Sections 17.04.040 definitions; 17.10.110 C-2, community commercial district and 17.10.110 C-3, highway service com- mercial district, by establishing a definition for automotive repair and pro- riding automotive repair as a principal permitted use in the C-2 and C-3 zoning districts failed for lack of a motion. The proposed Ordinance is de- feated. Motion by Sylvester and seconded by Murillo to pass the third reading of Ordi- nance No. 13-013 to amend the Code of Ordinances of the City of Norwalk, low'a, 2010, by addition of Chapter 169 Rental Housing Code, regarding housing codes, providing for regular rental inspections, rental inspections upon receipt of complaint, certification of inspected housing, issuance of rental pemtita and collection of inspection fees and registration of all rental units within the corporate limits of the City of Norwalk, Iowa. RC passed unanimously. Motion t~j Muriilo and seconded by Sylvester to pass the third reading of Ordi- narme No. 13-014 to amend the Code of Ordinance of the City of Norwalk, iowa, 2010, Chapter 177, by adopting provisions pertaining to rental con- care and feeding of a bowl of Friendship Bread Start- er Dough. Looking back I can't decide if it was more like having a pet, a baby, or a nuclear reactor in my kitchen. This dough was to be kept on the counter for TEN DAYS! Now I'm no baking expert (my family will confirm that), but I do know leaving food on tile counter for ten days isn't a normally accepted health practice. But the friend who offered me the dough let me taste some of the bread she'd made with it. It was delicious. I took the dough. I knew she would ask me how my bread turned out. She might even want some. I definitely wanted some. So for ten days, the Friendship Bread Starter Dough ruled my life. On Days 1-3, I stirred it gen- tly, as directed, and later in the day, "burped" the bowl to let out some of the excess gases. Each time, my dough smelled a little more like a post-prom par- tywithout a chaperone. " On Day 4, I "fed" my dough more milk, flour and sugar. A wise person would have resisted the urge to substitute. But there I was using skim milk for whole milk and whole-wheat flour for white flour. I guess I was trying to make a healthier snack for my trashcan, be- cause that's where it all wound up. But I'm getting ahead Of myself. On Day 6--or rather Night 6, the middle of Night 6, to be exact--a sound erupted from our kitchen. "There's someone out there," I whispered to my husband. "Ya," he said, "someone wants to steal your starter dough." Clearly, he was jealous of all the time I'd been spend- ing with it. There was no intruder. The plastic bowl I'd stored my starter dough in had blown its lid into the liv- ing room. And despite my loving care, it began to do it daily. Finally Day 10 arrived. After feeding the smelly, Concluded p. 15 Concluded p. 15