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Thursday, October 1, 2015 N/Warren Town and County News Page Eleven OFFICIAL PUBLICATION MINUTES OF THE NORWALK CITY COUNCIL MEETING ON 9-17-15 (abridged for publication) Mayor Pro Tem Isley called-the City Council meeting to order at 6:04pm. Present at roll calI:Tom Greteman, Erika Isley, Kyle Jackson and Jaki Livingston. Absent at roll call: Eric Deiker. (RC = roll call vote) Isley announced items 8, 9 and 11 are removed from this agenda. 15-176 Livingston moved, Greteman seconded, to approve the agenda as amended. Voice vote carried unanimously. 15-177 Livingston moved, Greteman seconded, to approve minutes of the Au- gust 27th special council meeting and the September 3rd regular council meet- ing. Voice vote carried unanimously. Consent included tax abatements; liquor licenses for Casey's General Store #2568 and Echo Valley Country Club; appointment of Cindy Gavin to the Li- brary Board of Trustees; approval of RFP for Comprehensive Plan update; resolution 0917-15-104 approving Street Finance Report; resolution 0917-15- 098 eliminating deficit balance in Pool Fund (340); resolution 0917-15-099 ac- cepting public infrastructure improvements for the project known as Legacy Com- mercial Plat 6; Receive and file monthly Treasurer’s reports for July and Au- gust, and monthly department reports for August; resolution 0917-15-105 approving employee compensation and liability agreement; and expenditures: ACME TOOLS EQUIPMENT $297.00 ADVENTURE LIGHTING BLDG REPAIR $41.90 AIA CORPORATION CLOTH ALLOW $310.82 AIRPORT SIGNS GRAPH STREET SUPPLIES $235.00 ASI TRASH SERVICE $52.50 CARPENTER UNIFORM OPER SUP $959.92 CONFLUENCE ZONING UPDATE $500.00 CONST AGGREGATE VEH OPER $128.83 CONTROL INSTALL OF IA BLDG REPAIR $670.74 COPQUEST UNIFORMS $444.95 CORWITH SCHOOLS VEH OPER $1,000.00 DELAGE LANDEN LEASE COPIER $263.51 DES MOINES IRON OPER EQUIP $391.58 DM WATER WORKS DMWW $39,327.24 DIAMONDVOGEL OPER SUP $308.40 DOWNEY TIRE REPAIR TRAILER $363.83 DUKES ROOT CONTROL SEWER ROOT CNTL $9,999.28 ELECTRIC PUMP EQUIPMENT $1,027.88 FARMERS COOP DRUG DOG $89.70 G 8. L CLOTHING CLOTH ALLOW $250.40 GE CAPITAL COPIER LEASE $520.00 GREGG YOUNG VEH REPAIR $344.49 HOLMS AMER RADIATOR LIFT STATION $482.97 ILLINOIS FIRE STORE OPER SUP $1,399.00 INDIANOLA FIRE DEPT BILLING $1,085.00 INDOFF INC SUPPLIES $881.10 INTERSTATE POWER SYS VEH REPAIR $5.36 IA LAW ENFORCE ACAD PYMT FOR SVCS $180.00 IA PARK AND REC TICKETS $294.00 IA PHYS CLINIC MED PATIENT 1031590110 $121.00 IOWA RADIOLOGY PHYSICAL $33.00 IOWA STATE UNIV NFA CLASSES $50.00 IA WINDOW SVC BLDG MAINT $85.00 KABEL BUS SVCS HRA CKS $3,538.87 LASER RESOURCES COPIER LEASE $372.45 LAW ENFORCE TARGETS OPER SUP $63.57 MATHESON TRI-GAS SUPPLIES $116.92 MENARDS PARKS PAD ' $99.14 MERCY COLLEGE TRAIN EMS PROGRAM $10.00 METRO WASTE AUTHORITY MWA CARTS $9,282.36 MIDAMERICAN ENERGY UTILTIES $18,463.44 MIDWEST BREATHING SUPPLIES $692.14 MUNICIPAL SUPPLY OPER EQUIP $11,794.30 N WARREN TOWN'& CTY MINUTES $96.10 NORWALK HARDWARE SUPPLIES $323.63 NORWALK READY MIX LIMESTONE $3,655.50 NORWALK SB LEAGUE REFEREE FEES $600.00 O'HALLORAN INTL VEH REPAIRS $59.53 POOLTECH CHEMICALS $234.00 REGISTER MEDIA PUBLIC HEARING $47.53 SAMS CLUB SUPPLIES $355.05 SCOTTS FOODS SUPPLIES $171.85 SHRED IT SERVICES $46.50 TOMPKINS INDUSTRIES EQUIPMENT $172.24 VEENSTRA & KIMM NW TRUNK SEWER $16,345.92 VERIZON WIRELESS TELECOM $1,398.26 VOORHEES TAEKWONDO TAEKWONDO $539.35 WADE WAGONER REIMBURSE $69.11 WARREN CTY TREAS TAXES $236.00 ZIEGLER EQUIPMENT $1,764.27 15-178 Motion by Jackson, Greteman seconded, to approve consent agenda passed unanimously, RC. 15-179 Motion by Livingston, Jackson seconded, to remove from table read- ing of proposed ordinance approving Farms of Holland PUD passed unani- mously, RC, 15-180 Motion by Greteman, Jackson seconded, to pass the second and waive the third readings of Ordinance 05-07 approving Farms of Holland PUD passed unanimously, RC. Isley opened the public hearing for the proposed rezoning request from Kruse Development, DBA Kruse Construction, to rezone land located north of High- way G14 and approximately 1 ,000 feet east of South Orilla Road from A-R to R. 1(70) & R-1 (80) at 6:09 pm. 15-181 Motion by Isley, Greteman seconded, to continue the public hearing to the next meeting passed 2-1, with Livingston voting against, RC. Isley opened the public hearing related to amendment to the following sections of the City of Norwalk Zoning Ordinance: Architectural Standards, Definitions, Non-conforming Accessory Structures, Exceptions and Modifications, Acces- sory Stmctures and Fences, Privately Owned Improvements, Bulk Regulations Table, Multi-Family Off-Street Parking, and Buffers at 6:34 pm. 15-182 Motion by Greteman, Livingston seconded, to adopt Resolution 0917- 15-100 authorizing an agreement between the City of Norwalk and Norwalk Land Company LLC regarding sidewalks/trails in the Norwalk Orchard View development passed unanimously, RC. 15-183 Motion by Livingston, Greteman seconded, to adopt Resolution 0917- 15-101 approving a quote for painting library interior passed unanimously, RC. 15-184 Motion by Jackson, Livingston seconded, to adopt Resolution 0917- 15-102 authorizing the Chief of Police to enter into a contract with the Governor’sTraffic Safety Bureau for receipt of grant funding passed unani- mously, RC. 15—185 Motion by Livingston, Greteman seconded, to adopt Resolution 0917- 15-103 authorizing a traffic study proposal passed unanimously, RC. 15-186 Motion by Greteman, Jackson seconded, to deny appeal passed unani- mously, RC. 15-187 Motion by Jackson, Greteman seconded, to enter closed session pur- suant to Chapter 21 .5.1 (c) of the Code of Iowa regarding litigation (Petit) passed unanimously, RC at 7:37 pm. 15-188 Motion by Greteman, Livingston seconded, to return to open session passed unanimously, RC at 7:59 pm. 15189 Motion by Greteman, Jackson seconded, to enter closed session pur- suant to Chapter 21 .5.1(c) of the Code of Iowa regarding prospective litigation passed unanimously, RC at 8:00 pm. 15-190 Motion by Greteman, Livingston seconded, to return to open session passed unanimously, RC at 8:16 pm. 15-191 Jackson moved, Greteman seconded, to adjourn meeting at 8:25 pm. Voice vote carried unanimously. Erika Isley, Mayor ProTem Attest: Jodi Eddleman, City Clerk I OFFICIAL PUBLICATION CITY OF CUMMING Regular Council Meeting 9/14/2015 To be Approved at 9/28/2015 Meeting The Regular City Council Meeting of the City of Cumming was held at Cumming City Hall, 649 N. 44'h St. on Monday, September 14, 2015. The Meeting was called to Order at 7:00 PM. by Mayor Tom Becker. Present at Roll Call: Dave Chelsvig, Ed Harkin, Peggy Koch, Dino Goode, Jean Lare. Absent: None. Mo- tion made by Goode, Seconded by Chelsvig to Approve the Agenda as amended by moving the item approving liquor license for the Cumming Tap to the top of the agenda. Approved 5-0. Reports: Park & Recreation will have a fall festval on 10/24/15 from 1 1 am — 1 pm. There will be a parade, games, lunch and pumpkin decorating. The park benches need installed and the barbeque grill near the shelter needs put in the basement.They are looking at signs to put on the bike trail to promote the pop machine. Consent Items Motion made by Chelsvig, Seconded by Koch to approve Consent Items: 8/10/ 15 Regular Council Meeting Minutes, 7/28/15 Planning 8. Zoning Meeting Min- utes, 8/11/15 Park 8. Rec Meeting Minutes, August 201 5 IPERS Report, 8/10/15 9/10/15 Calculation 8 Verification Journal, 8/24/15 8. 9/10/15 Accts Payable Claims Reports. Approved 5—0. Expenditures: 8/24/15 ABC Pest Control Mosquito swaying 1,315.00 Bob’s Custom Trophies Plaque instalation 80.00 Century Link Phone Internet Service 167.91 IPERS‘ IPERS 399.07 MidAmerican Energy Service 685.47 US Bank Copier Lease 101.97 Veenstra 8 Kimm Inc 136 N 29th St. 158.00 General Fund Total 2907.42 Veenstra 8. Kimm Inc Phase 2 Sewer General Services 775.00 Phase 2 Sewer FundTotal 775.00 Iowa DeparuriertOiNanxalReswrces Annual Pollutant Discharge Fee 210.00 Water FundTotaI 210.00 City Of Des Moines WRA Payment 1 ,157.40 lowa One Call Underground Line Location 21.60 Sewer Fund Total 1179.00 8/10/15 - 8/28/15Wages Total Payroll Checks 1,079.17 Paid Total 6,150.59 Expenditures: 9/14/15 Cardmember Service Supplies 9.03 Fowler Farm Services Lot behind 2825 N Birch 120.00 John McPartIand Gatorade for pop machine 10.56 Kirk Ford August Mowing 550.00 N/Warren Town County News Publication Expenses 83.70 Safe Building Compliance Elect/Plumb/Building permits 3,962.70 Skinner Law Office PC August Legal Fees 1 ,195.75 Waste Connections Inc Garbage & Recycling 2,178.60 General Fund Total 8,1 10.34 Simmering Cory Inc Labor ComJliance Verification . 2,585.00 Phase 2 Sewer Fund Total 2,585.00 8/24/15—9/6/15Wages Total Payrol Checks 1,078.65 Paid Total 1 1 ,773.99 Action Items A. Motion made by Goode, Seconded by Chelsvig to approve the liquor license torthe CummingTap with the amendment that they will not use the kitchen equipment until repairs and a reinspection is dore within 30 days. Approved 5-0. B. Motion made by Lare, Seconded by Kocl to approve the Agreement for I Engineering Services for N. Blue Heron Circle. Approved 5-0. 0. Discussion was held on the Downtown Sreetscape. Tony Bellizzi will put together an engineering agreement. D. Discussion was held on 136 N. 29" St dninage issue. E. Motion made by Lara, Seconded by Harkh to approve Resolution 2015- 29 Fiscal Year 2015 City Street Financial Repor. Approved 5—0. F. Motion by Goode, Seconded by Chelsvig b approve Resolution 201 5-30 Authorizing a 28E agreement between the Cty of Norwalk and the City of Cumming regarding Fire/EMS Service. Approved 5-0. G. Motion by Kech, Seconded by Chelsvig I) approve adding Julie Cackler to the Park 8. Rec Board. Approved 5—0. H. The property located at 4301 Cumming Are was discussed. I. Motion by Chelsvig, Seconded by Lare to mprove hiring Isley Enterprises to put up/replace signs in town. Approved 5-0. J. The request for additional Stop signs almg Cumming Avenue was dis- cussed. K. Motion by Goode, Seconded by Chelsvig I) approve changing December 2015 Council Meeting Dates from 12/14/15 and 1 2/28/1 5 to 12/7/15 and 12/21/ 15. Approved 50. City Engineer: Work is being done on seeding and wrapping up the Phase 2 Sewer project. UPCOMING CITY COUNCIL MEETING: Septenber 28, 2015, 7:00 pm at City Hall. Motion made by Lara, Seconded by HarIn to Adjourn at 8:35 pm. Ap- proved 50 Tom Becker, Mayor; Rachelle Swishr, City Clerk/Treasurer OFFICIAL PUBLCATION PUBLIC NOTICE OF STORM VIATER DISCHARGE Silverado JV15, LLC plans to submit a Notice ointent to the Iowa Department of Natural Resources to be covered under theVPDES General Permit No.2 “Storm Water Discharge Associated with lndustral Activity for Construction Ac- tivities.” The storm water discharge will be iron the construction of a single family subdivision located in NW 1A, Section 1!, Township 77N, Range 25W, Warren County, Iowa. Storm water will be dischaged from 3 point sources and will be discharged to the following stream: North River via unnamed ditches, storm sewer, and tributaries. Comments may be submitted to the Storm Water Discharge Coordinator, Iowa Department of Natural Resources, Environmental Protection Division, 502 E. 91h Street, DesMoines, IA 50319-0034. The public may review the Notice of Intent from 8 am. to 4:30 pm, Monday through Friday, at the above address after it has been received by the department. fit In-Floor ~ GeothermaIHeating “Insured Certified” 989-0106 SALES ~ SERVICE REPLACEMENT BATHROOM REMODEL OFFICIAL PUBLICATION Statement of Ownership, Management and Circulation Publication Title: NNVarren Town and County News. Publication Number: 395-120. Filing Date: September 30,2015. Issue Frequency: Weekly. Number of Issues Published Annually: 52. Annual Subscription Price: $18 in county; $24 other. Complete Mailing Address of Known Office of Publication: 1122 Main St., Ste. #1, PO. Box 325, Norwalk, IA 50211-0325. Contact Person: Sally M. Huntoon;Telephone: 515-981-0406. Complete Mailing Address of Headquarters or General Business Office of Publisher: 1122 Main St., Ste. #1, PO. Box 325, Norwalk, IA 50211-0325. Full Names and Complete Mailing Addresses of Publisher, Editor, and Man- aging Editor: Publisher, Steve Klein, 210 South 1st St., Carlisle, IA 50047; Edi— tor, Sally M. Huntoon, 1122 Main St., Ste. #1, PO. Box 325, Norwalk, |A.50211- 0325; Managing Editor, Sally M. Huntoon, 1122 Main St., Ste. #1, PO. Box 325, Nonrvalk, IA 50211-0325. , Owner: Klein Publications, 210 South 1st St., Carlisle, IA 50047; Steve Klein, 210 South 1st St., Carlisle, IA 50047. Known Bondholders, Mortgagees and Other Security Holders Owning or Holding 1 Percent or More of Total Amount of Bonds, Mortgages, or Other Secu- rities, None. Publication Title: NNVarren Town and County News. Issue Date for Circulation Data: September 17, 2015. Extent and Nature of Circulation, Average No. Copies Each Issue Dur- ing Preceding 12 Months; No. Copies of Single Issue Published Nearest to Filing Date Total Number of Copies: Average No. Copies Each Issue During Preceding 12 Months, 1700; No. Copies of Single Issue Published Nearest to Filing Date, 1700. Paid Circulation (By Mail and Outside the Mail) Mailed Outside-County Paid Subscriptions Stated on PS Form 3541: Average No. Copies Each Issue During Preceding 12 Months, 158; No. Copies of Single Issue Published Near- est to Filing Date, .148. Mailed ln—County Paid Subscriptions Stated on PS Form 3541 : Average No. Copies Each Issue During Preceding 12 Months, 1273; No. Copies of Single Issue Published Nearest to Filing Date, 1202. 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