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ThursdaY, October 10, 2013 OFFICIAL PUBLICATION MINUTESTO BE APPROVED ATTHE OCTOBER 15TH, 2013 MEETING OCTOBER 1, 2013 Warren County Board of Supervisors met Tuesday, October 1, 2013, at 9:35 a.m. with Supervisors Doug Shull and Steve Wilson present.The following busi- ness was had to-wit: SIMPLE MOTION by Steve Wilson, second by Doug Shull to approve the con- sent agenda, 9/17/2013 Regular Session Minutes, 9/25!13 Special Session Min- utes and claims. WARREN COUNTY CLAIMS REGISTER REPORT October 1,2013 21ST CENTURY REHAB PC SERVICES $1,668.60 ADAMS, MADELINE MLG/FOOD/SUPPLIES REIMB $617.04 ADVANCED INTEG TECH AUGUST 2013 LD PH CHGS $684.99 AIA SERVICES LLC SUPPLIES $712.00 ALLIANT ENERGY LACONA SHOP $46.29 ANDERSON ERICKSON SEPT CHARGES $329.20 ARNOLD, BRIAN MLS/SUPPLIES REIMB $39.01 AUTO-JET MUFFLER CORP PARTS $240.18 BANKERS LEASING CO CNTRCT PYMT $125.24 BARTHOLOMEW, DON SEPT PRTL CLNT RNT $575.00 BASS, TROY W SUPPLIES $17.27 BERTROCHE, J. PATRICK CLIENT SEPT 2013 SVCS $80.00 BORST, MICHAEL S. AUG COUNS SESSIONS $345.00 BROADLAWNS MEDICAL MARCH 2013 CLNT MED CHGS $4,891.00 BROWNELLS INC SUPPLIES $160.54 BUNCE, JANET OVERNITE MEAL REIMB $40.81 BURKE, JOSEPH P. MLG REIMB $312.78 CAPSTONE BEHAVIORAL CLIENT SVCS $88.00 CARLISLE CITIZEN, THE PUBLCTNS $1,087.00 CARLISLE, CITY OF PRTL CLNT UTLTY ASST $200.00 CARPENTER UNIFORM SUPPLIES $332.89 CARRUTHERS, MELISSA SUPPLIES REIMB $8.31 CASKEY, DAVE MLG REIMB $36.00 CCMS REG FEES/DIERKING/STURSMA $60.00 CENTRAL IA CHAPTER APA CONF FEE $135.00 CENTRAL IOWA DETENTION DECAT CLNT SVCS/FAM ASST $101.45 CENTURYLINK Me SRVC $1,308.30 CHIEF SUPPLY CORP SUPPLIES $72.37 CHILES, MARIANNA MLG REIMB $127.00 CITY STATE BANK OCT 2013 LSE AGREE PMT $1,203.13 CLARKE CO PUBLIC HEALTH JULY 2013 SERVICES $919.41 CLARKE ELECTRIC COOP C L.NT UTLTY ASST $66.70 CLEAR CHANNEL OUTDOOR SERVICES $300.00 COBURN, RYAN MED EXAM SRVCS $382.18 COMMUNITY BANK DEP SLIPS $48.16 CR SERVICES SUPPLIES $275.03 DAILY, BRENDA AUGUST 2013 MLG REIMB $108.34 DALLAS INC AUGUST CLIENT SVCS $3,747.90 DAVEY, ROBERT MLG REIMB $3.60 DELL MARKETING L.P. MONITOR FOR DISPATCH $554.39 DES MOINES STAMP MFG DATE STAMP $70.00 DIERKING, KRISTI MLG REIMB $82.00 FAREWAY STORES INC CLIENT SRVCS $400.96 FIRE SVC TRNING BUREAU REG FEE - BASS $130.00 FRASER TRANS LLC TRANSPORT $208.00 GENESIS DEVELOPMENT AUGUST CLIENT SVCS $6,844.34 GILBERT-MOORE, JULIE OVERNITE MEALS REIMB $12.00 GRX HOLDINGS LLC AUGUST CLIENT RX'S $2,607.96 H B LEISEROWI'I-Z CO SUPPLIES $294.79 HARMONY HOUSE AUGUST 2013 cLIENT SVCS $6,766.00 HILLCREST FAMILY SRVCS AUG 2013 CLIENT SVCS $2,407.50 HILSABECK FARMS LLC WELL PLUGGING $400.00 HOLMES CHEVROLET PARTS $18.77 HONEYWELL HeM MED LLC SEPTEMBER2013 CHARGES $150.00 HOULE, JILL MLG REIMB $306.54 HOUSE OF MERCY JULY/AUGUST 2013 SRVCS $20,000.00 HUBERT COMPANY SUPPLIES $414.70 HY-VEE ACCNTS REC SUPPLIES/CLIENT ASST $2,220.54 IMWCA WORK COMP FY14 $36,526.03 INDIANOLA FIRE DEPT INMATE SERVICES $880.40 INDIANOLA, CITY OF CLNT UTLTY ASST $341.30 INDOFF INC. SUPPLIES $549.!4 INFOMAX OFFICE SYSTEMS MTHLY RATE $,333.42 iNST OF IA CERT ASSESS REGIS FEES/BRIAN ARNOLD $275.00 IOWA CRIME PREVENTION PROF DEPT DUES FOR 2013-14 $50.03 IOWA DEPTTRANSP PARTS/REGISTRATION FEE $1,331.00 IOWADEPTNA'TURAL PERMIT FEE/GWT/ EDP-CO91 (64)7Y-91 $175.00 IOWA PRISON INDUSTRIES SIGNAGE $251.30 IOWA STATE ASSOCIATION CONF REG FEE X 2 $300.03 IOWA STATE UNIVERSITY REGIS FEES THOMAS/ KONRAD/ BALDWlN/STRUBLE $1,250.00 ISACA 2013 SEAT MEMBERSHIP DUES $125.00 JOHN DEERE FINANCIAL PARTS/TOOLS/SUPPLIES $828.27 K & C APARTMENTS CLIENT DEPOSIT $480.00 KALITZKI, BECKY MLG REIMB $8.25 KELTEK INC SUPPLIES & EQUIPMENT $4,622.79 KIMBALL MIDWEST SUPPLIES $102.76 KREISERS INC SUPPLIES $23.95 KROLAK, ERICA SEPT2013 CLIENT MED CHGS $237.12 LABORATORY CORP . CLIENT CHGS $198.00 LANDUY-F, DARCEY AUGUST 2013 MLG REIMB $42.12 LAVORATO, CHARLES S. CLIENT SVCS/MHMH015855 $165.00 LAWSON, MARILYN CLIENT OCT 2013 RENT ASSIST $500.00 M & M SALES COMPANY CNTRCT CHRG $248.71 MADISON CO PUB HEALTH JULY 2013 SERVICES $495.04 MAIL SERVICES LLC PSTG/PRNTNG $11,930.35 MCCOY TRUE VALUE TOOLS/RENTAL $156.78 MED-TECH RESOURCE INC SUPPLIES $265.05 MEDICAL CENTER SERVICES $808.40 MEDICAP PHARMACY CLIENT RX'S $854.35 MIDAMERICAN ENERGY CLNT UTLTY ASST/MO SRVC $1,345.20 MIDWESTERN CULVERT CULVERTS $2,828.12 MILe MANOR INC CLIENT RENT ASSISTANCE $270.00 MPH INDUSTRIES INC EQUIPMENT $4,195.00 NANARREN TOWN & CO PBLCTNS $1,166.21 NELSON, CHARLES TRANSPORT SVCS $30.00 NORTHERN LIGHTS FOOD SUPPLIES $1,854.95 NORWALK WATER DEPT CLIENT SERVICES $64.64 NRP LOCK & KEY LOCK MNTNC $70.00 OFFICEMAX INC TONER/SUPPLIES $424.94 ORCHARD PLACE-MH JULY 2013 CLIENT CHGS $94.37 PERU QUARRY INC ROCK $2,728.63 PHH MORT SERVICES . CLIENT MTGE PMT $500.00 PIERCE, LARRY SEPT CLNT RNT ASST $220,00 PITNEY BOWES INC.* CNTRCT CHRGS $584.00 PLS INVESTMENTS INC SEPT CLNT PRTL RNT ASST $500.00 POLK CO TREASURER COURT SPC RNTL $2,626.06 POLK COUNTY AUDITOR JULY 2013 CLIENT CHGS $324.70 POLK CO TREASURER SERVICES/MED EXAM FEES $150.00 PROMOTIONS PLUS LLC SUPPLIES $2,652.99 QUALITY PEST CONTROL MTHLY SERVICES $42.50 RED ROCK AREA COMM. JULY/AUG 2013 TRANS SVCS $680.36 SANOFI PASTEUR INC MEDICAL SUPPLIES $3,993.20 SCHNEIDER CORP PROF SERV 10-1-13 TO 12-31-13 $2,385.00 SCHUMACHER, ,DAM SEPT PRTL CLNT RNT $600.00 SCOTCHVIEW MANOR SEPT CLNT RNT $98.00 SO CENTRAL DISTRICT ISAA SCHOOL REG/ARNOLD/BUNCE $450.00 SOUTHTOWN CHRYSLER- SERV/09 DODGE CHARGER $1,904.24 SPENCER PROP MGMT LLC SEPT CLNT RNT $500.00 STAPLES ADVANTAGE tNV# 8027008434 $112.61 N/Warren Town and County News 8 TEAM RESTORATION CLIENT SERVICES $230.00 TED'S USED CARS LABOR/2011 DODGE CHARGER $743.14 TEl( BUILDERS INC M2-2013 PCC PATCHING $118,640.36 THOMAS, CHARLES OCT 2013 CLNT RNT ASST $350.00 THOMPSON, JEFF WELL PLUGGING $600.00 THOMSON REUTERS-WEST PAMPHLETS/SUPPLIES $865.50 TOWNSEND, JENNIFER MLG REIMB $126.16 TRANS IOWA LC JULY & AUG CLIENT BILLING $471.60 TREAS STATE OF IA INDGNT DEF FND-CO " BASE FY 14 $3,028.03 UBBEN BLDG SUPPLIES INC SUPPLIES $1,065.00 US CELLULAR Me CELL PHN $358.39 VANDERLINDEN, TRACI ELECTRAINING MLG REIMB $135.00 VERIZON WIRELESS Me CELL SRVC $1,604.98 VOGEL TRAFFIC SERVICES PAVEMENT MARKINGS $49,843.65 WARREN CO EXTENSION CeNT ED-SONGAYLLO $35.00 WARREN CO TREAS/LD LD PHN SRVC $365.31 WARREN CO TREAS#SVC AUG FUEL $188.06 WARREN CO TREAS SEPT 2013 HLTH INS WLLNSS INCENT/PHN SRV CMP $19,828.92 WILSON, DE ANNA MLG REIMB $25.00 WILSON, LAURA MLG REIMB $43.50 WILSON, STEVE MLG/IPAD $109.00 WlNDSTREAM COMM Me SRVC $757.24 WlNDSTREAM IA-COMM SRVC $514.71 YORDI, DEAN C SEPT MLG $140.00 YOUTH & SHELTER SERV AUG2013JUVSHELTERCARE $1,446.15 RESOLUTION 13.-208A CONSERVATION EMPLOYEE CHANGES BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby ac- cepts the resignation of Kyle Einck, a seasonal/temporary employee from Con- servation effective September 12, 2013, and to remove from payroll. Employee was not eligible for benefits; therefore there will be no payout; AND BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby ac- cepts the resignation of Andrew Peeler, a seasonal/temporary employee from Conservation effective September 12, 2013, and to remove from payroll. Em- ployee was not eligible forbenefits; therefore there will be no payout. Carried unanimously RESOLUTION 13-208B HEALTH SERVICES EMPLOYEE CHANGE BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby ap- proves a change in work hours for Pamela Bruce, Social Worker from 39.75 hours per week to 40 hours per week, effective September 16, 2013. Employee will remain at Grade 14, Step 1. Carried unanimously RESOLUTION 13 -208C AUTHORIZE DEAN ORDI TO SIGN CERTAIN DOCUMENTS ON BEHALF OFTHE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby au- thorizes Dean Verdi to sign required Central iowa Community Services (CICS) documents for the Board of Supervisors and inform Board at next Board Meet- ing. Carded unanimously RESOLUTION 13-208D APPROVE LETFER TO AHLERS LAW FIRM RE- GARDING DEVELOPMENT IN CARLISLE RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR AND CITY CLERK TO SIGN A WAIVER OF ANY CONFLICT OF INTEREST ASSOCIATED WITH AHLERS & COONEY'S REPRESENTATION OF THE CITY IN MATI-ERS RELATING TO A DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY OF CARLISLE, WAR- REN COUNTY, AND FAREWAY STORES, INC. WHEREAS, Ahlers & Cooney, P.C. represents the City in connection with the City of Carlisle public financing and economic development work, and WHEREAS, Ahlers & Cooney, RC. also represents Warren County ("County") with respect to various matters, and WHEREAS, both the County and the City believe that it is beneficial that the Ahlers & Cooney draft a development agreement pertaining to Fareway Stores', Inc.'s request for certain economic development incentives for a project ("Project"), and WHEREAS, Ahlers & Cooney, P.C. is seeking to obtain the consent of the City of City to proceed in preparing a development agreement between the City, the County, and Fareway Stores, Inc. which terms shall be provided by the parties to the agreement. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE BOARD OF THE WARREN COUNTY, IOWA: .: That the Chair and County Auditor be hereby authorized and directed to sign the necessary documents waiving any current, potential, or perceived conflict of interest associated with Ahlers & Cooney's representation of the County in the matters relating to a drafting a development agreement for the Project as described above. Carried unanimously RESOLUTION 13-208E I.T. DEPARTMENT SALARY ADJUSTMENTS BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby ap- prove the salary adjustment for Jeff O'Brien, Network Administrator, effective August 1,2013 to Grade 15, Step 10 due to reorganization of department; AND BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby ap- prove the salary adjustment for Sue Campbell, I.T. Administrator, effective Au- gust 1,2013 to Grade 13, Step 7 due to reorganization of department. Carried unanimously RESOLUTION 13-209TEMPORARY PARTTIME EMPLOYEE BE IT RESOLVED, that Mary Lynn Keeney's temporary part time office help assignment be continued for three months in the Engineer's Department effec- tive October 15, 2013 to January 15, 2014, at $18.00 per hour. Due to the natur of the temporary employment, she will not be eligible for any benefits other than IPERS as set by Iowa Law. Carried unanimously RESOLUTION 13-210 SALARY ADJUSTMENT WHEREAS, as per the union contract, employees appointed on or after July 1, 1995, shall be eligible for step increases in pay on their anniversary date each year, based on their job performance, it is the recommendation of the County Engineer that the following employees be granted a step increase: Robbie Enquist, effective October 1, 2013 (anniversary date October 1,2011) From: Road Maint Tech II Grade 8, Step 5 $19.38/hour To: Road Maint Tech II Grade 8, Step 6 $20.21/hour Carried unanimously RESOLUTION 13-211 APPROVE JOB CLASSIFICATION CHANGE BE IT RESOLVED, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby approves the job classification changes as follows: Daniel Brangera, Effective October 1,2013 (Anniversary date 12/11/2006) From: Road MaintenanceTsch II Grade 8, Step 6 $20.31/hr. To: Equipment Operator I Grade 8, Step 6 $20.31/hr. John Miller, Effective October 1,2013 (Anniversary date 1113/2006) From: Road Maintenance Tech II Grade 8, Step 6 $20.31/hr. To: Equipment Operator I Grade 8, Step 6 $20.31/hr. Carded unanimously RESOLUTION 13-212 ACCEPT AND APPROVE BIDS FOR PROJECT BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Waen County Board of Supervisors hereby move to approve the County Engineer's review of bids from Contractors for Project No. RC-CO91(91)9A-91, and accept the bids from: Peterson Contractors $730,596.42 Cedar Valley Corp $756,950.95 Vanderpool Construction $782,128.73 Sternquist Construction $799,993.30 Concrete Technologies $802,926.01 CJ Moyna & Sons $807,903.45 And approve the quotation from Peterson Contractors and authorize the Chair to sign the contract. Carried unanimously RESOLUTION 13-213 ACCEPT AND APPROVE BIDS FOR PROJECT BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby move to review and accept bids from Contractors for Project No. EDP -CO91(64)--7Y- 91 for Great Western Trail. Accept the quotations from: Hill Contracting $47,176.00 Savage Dirt Works $52,403.47 Vanderpool Construction $78,787.00 CJ Moyna & Sons $110,674.00 Carried unanimously RESOLUTION 13-214 ACCEPT AND APPROVE BIDS FOR JESUP STREET BE iT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby move to approve the County Engineer's review of bids from Contractors for Project No. L-BrF306073-91, Jesup Street bridge replacement, and accept the bids from: Jensen Construction $99,800.00 Dixon Construction $108,390.00 Herberger Construction $110,185.00 Iowa Bridge & Culvert $110,370.00 Page Eleven Award the Contract to Jensen Construction and authorize the Chair to sign said contract. Carried unanimously RESOLUTION 13-215 AUTHORIZE CHAIR TO SIGN CONTRACT BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby move to authorize the Chair to sign the Contract with Herberger Construction in the amount of $1,041,753.03, for the bridge replacement project on 168 = Street, roject No. BROS-CO91(89)---8J-91. Carried unanimously The Supervisors gave reports of their previous week's activities. The Assistant County Attorney gave the County Attorney's Reports. The next regular meeting will be held on Tuesday, October 15, 2013 at 8:30 a.m. Upon proper motion the meeting was adjourned at9:52 a.m. ATTEST: AUDITOR, Traci VanderLinden CHAIR, Doug Shull KATE BALDWIN Concluded from p. 1 trict should consider demolishing the buildings, creat- ing vacant property to be sold for a housing develop- ment. After considering the City's offer to acquire the property for $1 with the requirement to demolish the buildings, the board decided it was in the best interest of the public to determine if the property had any cur- rent value to a developer. During the months of Jul) August and early Septem-. ber, the property was offered for sale for residential development use with the understanding the District would demolish one or all of the buildings. The City of Norwalk supported this action. The board received one offer from a developer. The board considered this offer at a meeting on September 16. It was determined the offer was insufficient based on the appraisal report. The board took action to reject the offer submitted by a hous- ing developer, advertise for demolition bids and then reconsider the sale at a future date. The school district will be hosting a public informa- tional meeting Tuesda) Oct. 15, at 6:30 p.m. at the east end of the Eastview 8/9 cafeteria. The purpose of this meeting is to provide information about the demolition project and timeline. Byte Jam Competition Indian Hills Community College Computer Software Development students hosted their first Byte Jam com- petition October 7-10 in the Advanced Technology Cen- ter on the Ottumwa campus. The competition involved students devoting three days to developing web appli- cations that demonstrate the role of the software devel- oper in business, Opportunities for professional growth and the current job outlook. The IHCC Byte Jam involved more than 70 students currently pursuing their degree in software develop- ment. Ten student-led teams competed for prizes while working in a collaborative effort that utilized their skills in software design, coding, quality assurance, project management and written and verbal communication. The Jam concluded with each team giving a 10-minute presentation on their application to their peers, college administrators and a panel of judges Thursda]6 OCt. 10, in St. John Auditorium. "The Byte Jam is a great opportunity for our students to interact in a team environment to develop their skills in designing and coding an application," said Susan Wilson, Indian Hills Computer Software Development professor. "Additionally, they will be gaining practical skills in problem solving, quality assurance, project management and communications. Skills that are greatly desired in our field." Matthew Burch of Cumming is among the compet- ing students. Students will be scheduling visits to each high school in the college's 10-county area to present the applica- tions they have developed. They will also answer ques- tions regarding the transition from high school to col- lege, paid internship opporfunities available, job place- ment percentages and average starting salaries for soft- ware developers. The Indian Hills Computer Program- ming Club will share information about club activities and renewable scholarships of up to $2,000 for students planning to enroll at IHCC during the 2014-15 school year. Area clubs and organizations that would like a pre- sentation can contact Susan Wilson at 641-683-5111, ex- tension 1760, or Susan.Wilson@indianhills.edu. SUBSCRIBE TODAY! Send $18 check or money order for a one year subscription to PO Box 325, Norwalk, IA 50211