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Thursday, November 12, 2015 N/Warren Town and County News Page Eleven OFFICIAL PUBLICATION I MINUTES TO BE APPROVED ATTHE NOVEMBER 17th, 2015 MEETING November 3,2015 The Warren County Board of Supervisors met Tuesday, November 3rd, 2015, at 9:30 a.m. with Supervisors’ Doug Shull, Dean C. Yordi and Crystal McIntyre present. County Auditor Traci VanderLinden, County Attorney John Criswell and County Administrator Jean Furler were also present. The following business was had to-wit: PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE CORRECTIONSIADDITIONSIDELETIONS: None reported SIMPLE MOTION by Dean C.Yordi, second by Crystal McIntyre to approve the consent agenda, 10/20/2015 Regular Session Minutes and claims. ' WARREN COUNTY CLAIMS REGISTER REPORT November 3, 2015 A a K RENTAL CLNT RNT ASST $450.00 A.C.K. ENTERPRISES PARTS $275.30 ACCESS SYSTEMS MTHLY CHGS $434.71 ACCRTE HYDRLCS PARTS $1,250.19 ADP LLC PROCESSING CHGS $3,457.58 AIA SERVICES LLC ADVRTSMNT ITEMS $3,528.51 ALLlANT ENERGY UTILITIES $44.87 A E DAIRY SPPLS $413.79 APCO GROUP MMBRSHIP $331.00 ARAMARK WEEKLY CHGS $842.21 AUBERT TOWING SERVICES $175.00 B a F FASTENER PARTS, SIGN MTRLS $77.35 BASS, TROY w MLG/CAR WASH $75.59 BATES, CHERYL MLG REIMB $34.76 BOWLIN, EMMALEE MLG RMBRSMNT $31.00 BOWLSBY LAWSON AUG EXP REIMB $189.83 BUNCE, JANET MLG/FUEL REIMB $109.30 BURKE, JOSEPH P. MLG/GIFr CARDS $604.82 BURROWS, ERIC CELL PHONE STPND $45.00 BURSON, RONALD J MLG/PARKING FEES $104.00 CARLISLE CITIZEN PBLCTN $32.64 CARLISLE, CITY OF CLNT UTLTY ASST $98.36 CEDAR FALLS CNST PATCHING $76,600.74 CNTRL IA DTNTION JUV DETENTION $135.64 CENTRAL SALT LLC SALT $41,676.70 CENTURYLINK MTHLY PH CHGS $634.58 CHUMBLEY‘S FUEL VOUCHERS $846.73 CINTAS CORP SAFETY ITEMS $61.62 OR SERVICES SUPPLIES $256.02 CRANSTON, B MLG REIMB $48.00 CROOKES, JEAN MLG RMBRSMNT $28.50 CRYSTAL CLEAR WATER $168.92 . CTS LANGUAGE SERVICES $15.69 DAILY, BRENDA MLG REIMB $71.98 DANLEE CORP CLIENT FUEL $25.00 DENVER FINDLEY ROCK HAULING $8,830.24 DEVAULT, JODENE ZIPLOCK BAGS $20.00 DONALDSON, MARY CLNT RNT ASST $500.00 DOWNEY TIRE PROS SERVICES $59.97 ELCTRNC‘ENGIN SUPPLIES $1,245.95 EXTINGUISHER CO SUPPLIES $750.00 FAREWAY STORES WELLNESS SPPLS $444.49 FAZZI ASSOCIATES DATA COLLECTION $45.00 FORGET, NORMAN CLIENT RENT ASST $500.00 FOXWOOD APTs CLNT RENT ASSIST $1,100.00 G a D INDUSTRIAL PARTS $75.00 G a G LAWN CARE 105w CLINTON $11,325.00 GARRETT, STEVE MLG REIMB $24.00 GARRINGTON, C WELL PLUGGING $1,500.00 GRATIAS INVEST JUV COURT $100.00 GRIMM, PHIL SEPT CELL PHONE $45.00 HARTFORD MOBILE CLNT RENT ASSIST $500.00 HENRY M. ADKINS ELECTION SERV $7,976.90 HINCKLEY SPRINGS DRNKNG WATER $280.16 HOHANSHELT, S MLG/CELL $438.16 HOLM’S/AMERlCAN PARTS $498.70 HOPKINS/ HUEBNER LEGAL SRVCS $1,271.40 HY-VEE SUPPLIES $830.13 IMWCA INSTALL 5/WK COMP $20,463.00 INDIANOLA FIRE DPT JULY/AUG SVCS $400.00 INDIANOLA, CITY CLNT UTLTS ASSIST $656.32 INDOFF INC. SUPPLIES $2,022.86 lNFOMAX OFFICE MTHLY BILLING $234.94 IA CHPTR OF APCO FALL CONF REGIS $85.00 ' IA DEPT TRANS SIGN MATERIALS $9,655.15 IA DPT PBLIC HLTH 2015 MCH/FP FALL SEMINAR $250.00 IOWA DEPT OF PUBLIC SAFETY QTRLY BILL $2,967.00 IA STATE ASSOC FALL SCHOOL $180.00 IA WORKFORCE Ul ACCOUNT $8,882.00 JAKES LAWN SEPT INSTALL $2,815.00 JEO CONSULTING SERVICES $51,847.15 JOHN DEERE PARTS/FILTERS $4,149.20 JOHNSON RPRTG DEPOSITIONS $111.25 KABEL FSA ADMN FEES $216.20 KADING PROP CLIENT PART RENT $1,100.00 KELLY CORTUM PIPE REPLACED $9,977.60 KONE INC. MAINT COV $221.98 KONRAD, DEREK CELL PHONE STPND $45.00 KOSMAN CLEANING OCT 16-31 SERVICES $7,000.00 KREISERS INC MED SPPLS $113.65 KRISS PREMIUM MTHLY CNTRCT $165.00 LAUNSPACH, D SERVICES $38.50 LEAF CAPITAL NOV CNTRCT PYMT $99.25 M a M SALES MTHLY BILLING $280.39 MAIL SERVICES LLC PRNTING/MAILING $1,387.71 MARCO INC CNTRCT MO CHRG $126.50 MATTHEW BENDER SUBSCRIPTION $528.81 MCAFEE REALTYl CLIENT NOV RENT $500.00 MCCOY TRUE VALUE MNTNC $23.97 MCKESSON MED MED SPPLS $1,678.12 MIDAMERICAN UTLTS $1,486.75 MIDWEST BEARING PARTS $1,249.40 MORRIS MNGMNT CLNT NOV RNT $500.00 N/WARREN TOWN PBLCTNS $359.25 NENA 2016 MEMBERSHIP $675.00 NlCKELL, CINDA MLG REIMB $57.00 NOBLE FORD SERVICES $59.10 NORTHERN LIGHTS SUPPLIES - $380.71 NORWALK VILLAGE CLNT RNT ASSIST $575.00 OFFICE DEPOT SUPPLIES $316.37 OFFICEMAx INC OFFICE SPPLS $244.13 PHILLIPS, AMANDA MLG REIMB $99.84 PHLEBOTEK PHLEBOTOMIST $1,080.00 PICTOMETRY INT’L SOFTWARE ' $19,800.00 PITNEY BOWES MTHLY LSE CHGS $568.40 PLAK SMACKER TOOTHPASTE $341.59 POLK CO TREAS SPACE RENT/MED EXM FEES $2,813.60 PUBLIC SAFETY EXMNR FEES $227.60 QLITY SUPER LUBE SERVICE $51.75 RC HYDRAULICS MAINT SUPPLIES $171.27 RECORD HERALD PBLCTNS $261.23 RINKER, JANINE TRANSCRIPT $33.00 SANOFI PASTEUR MED SPPLS $3,563.33. SAVAGE DIRT WRKS L-230TH-SLIDE—73-91 $27,475.00 SHREDDER, THE SHRED SVCS $125.00 SNYDER ASSOC SERVICES $5,538.95 STORY CO SHERIFF SERVICES $22.40 STUDIO FUSCO NEWSLETTER/REAM ' $58.75 SUN LIFE FINANC GROUP 1 $4,546.51 T.R.M. DISPOSAL TRASH SERVICE $144.00 THOMAS. SCOTT MEAL REIMB $6.62 THOMPSON, A MILEAGE REIMB $66.74 THOMSON REUTERS SBSCRPTIONS $3,289.42 TOMINTOWING SERVICES $708.66 TOWNSEND, J MLG REIMB $77.22 US CELLULAR MTHLY CELL CHGS $182.89 VERIZON WIRELESS CELL PHN CHRGS $3,004.59 VOGELTRAFFIC PVMNT MARKINGS $42,560.26 WARREN CO EXT CONT INSTRUCTION $70.00 WARREN CO TREAS SEPT LD PHN CHRGS $458.71 WARREN CO TREAS SEPT FUEL $3,668.53 WARREN CO TREAS PHN CHRGS $1,600.00 WIANT, REX H SERVICES $2,216.20 WINDSTREAM CURRENT CHGS $1,075.89 WINDSTREAM IOWA MT HLY CHGS ' $315.09 WINTERSET MDSNN I-35 SCHOOL BALLOT $81.27 RESOLU110N 15—159A REMOVAL FROM PAYROLL CONSERVATION BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby ap- proves to remove Dylan Kramer, Seasonal Conservation employee, from payroll eflective October 9, 2015. Carried unanimously RESOLU110N 15-1593 CHANGE IN STATUS BOARD OF SUPERVISORS BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby ap- proves a change in status for Heather Casteel, Administrative Assistant from 50% Board of Supervisors/50% Mental Health to 50% Board OI SupervisorS/ 50% Engineering Department effective December 1, 2015 with no change in salary. Employee remains eligible for all full-time benefits according to the em- ployee policy. Carried unanimously RESOLU110N 15-160 SET PUBLIC HEARING DATE MARVIN VAN DAMI REUTER CORP BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby ap- proves to set Public Hearing date and second reading for November 17, 2015 at 9:35 a.m. to rezone 6205 Hwy 28, Norwalk, from A-1 to 02-R to RR-1 per a request from Marvin Van Dam and Reuter Corporation. Carried unanimously DISCUSSION ONLY: Betsey Stursma discussed appointment to Central Iowa Recovery Board DISCUSSION ONLY: Vehicles for Sheriff’s Department RESOLUTION 15—161 GENERAL ASSISTANCE POLICY REVISION BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby ap- proves revision to Income and Rent/Utility Guidelines for Warren County Gen- eral Assistance Policy. Carried unanimously RESOLUTION 15-162 APPROVE PROPOSAL HWY G76 SURVEY DESIGN BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby move to approve the County Engineer‘s review of proposals for survey and design for Project No. STP-S—COQ1(107)—5E-91, And accept the proposals from: JEO Consulting $17,980.00 Kirkham Michael $19,855.00 Snyder Associates $22,000.00 Veenstra 8 Kimm $87,000.00 Ard approve the proposal from JEO Consulting Group in the amount of $7,980.00. Carried unanimously Mived into Public Hearing at 9:46 a.m. in error. Reconvened into Regular Session immediately. Supervisor DeanYordi gave report of his previous week’s activities. Supervisor Doug Shull gave report of his previous week’s activities. Supervisor Crystal McIntyre gave report of her previous week’s activities. RESOLUTION 15-163 OPEN PUBLIC HEARING NEVADA STREET GRADE AND PAVE IMPROVEMENTS BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby ap— proves to enter into the public hearing portion of the meeting to discuss the proposed Nevada Street grade and pave improvements. Carried unanimously RESOLUTION 15-164 CLOSE PUBLIC HEARING NEVADA STREET GRADE AND PAVE IMPROVEMENTS BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby ap- prrves closing the public hearing portion of the meeting. Carried unanimously PLBLIC INPUT: Richard Rhoads — 11162 Grimes Street — Expressed continued concerns regarding bridge repair Greg Hoyt - 8541 Gear Trail — Questioned the cost of repairs to wash-out on Hwy G24 George Bates — 680 Greenfield Pkwy — Discussed continued concerns and safety of neighborhood storm drains Th next regular meeting will be held on Tuesday, November 17th, 2015 at 9:3 a.m. Upn proper motion the meeting was adjourned at 10:31 a.m. ATEST: ADITOR, Traci VanderLinden CHIR, Doug Shull OFFICIAL PUBLICATION City of Norwalk ORDINANCE NO. 15-10 ABORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION 17.04.270 ACCESSORY STRUC- TUES AND FENCES OF THE CITY OF NORWALK ZONING ORDINANCE Pazed by City Council on November 5, 2015. Adional information and a full copy of the ordinance is available for inspection at ty Hall, 705 North Avenue, Norwalk, IA 50211;515/981-0228 or on line at h www.n rwalk.iowa. v/YourGovernment.as x Photo Printing is a full commercial printer located in Carlisle, Iowa. If you have a flyer, letterhead, envelope, brochure, magazine, newsletter, book, etc., that you would ike to have printed, give us a call for a Free Estimate. Photo Printing, Inc. 210 S. 1st Street Carlisle, Iowa 50047 515-989-3251 Norwalk Athletic. Booster Club September Minutes September 30, 2015 Matt Leek called the meeting to order at 7:05 pm. There were nine people present at the meeting. Secretary's Report Minutes from the August meeting were reviewed. Motion to accept the minutes as written was made by Darin Hirl, seconded by Sara Neil. Motion carried. Treasurer’s Report Troy Downs reported that he completed the 990 tax , return and will be filing it tonight. Troy indicated that he carried all sports financials over and all financials are up-to-date. Troy requested that when depositing concession money everyone should indicate on the deposit slip whether seed money is being deposited to. This will help him track actual concession income. Youth Football has made $3,829 in concession sales thus far this season. Motion to approve the current financials was made by Jennifer Kreider, seconded by Sara Neil. Motion car- ried. Concession Report 7 Mary Knickerbocker reported Pepsi brought two new Pepsi coolers for the visitor concession stand. Mary in- dicated she would eventually move the older coolers to the baseball/softball field and keep the new at the foot- ball field. ~ Mary reported that parents have been showing up to work their shift in the concession stand and things have been running smoothly. Mary indicated she would like to sell some type of Warrior signature type food in the football concession stand. She brought up baked potatoes as an Option and felt they would go over well. She would take the Graziano sausage sandwich off the menu and start sell- ing the potatoes at the last game. The board approved her trying this with a limited number Of potatoes to start to see how they sell. The board discussed a pricing board for the football concession stand like what we have at the baseball/soft- ball field from Fast Signs. It was decided that due to the occasional food Option changes and price changes it might not be a good purchase. Darin Hirl suggested we look into Sign Options table at this time. Coaches Wish List Football — Coach Patterson requested $1,541.50 for middle school equipment, specifically stunt shields, scrimmage vests, shoulder pads, footballs, helmet caps, and a field repair kit. Motion to approve this expendi- ture was made by Troy Downs, seconded by Darin Hirl. Motion carried. Membership Report Jennifer Kreider reported that memberships have slowed down. We are at $22,609.15 in memberships, which is $1,160.28 less than where we were last year at this time. It was suggested that we look at this over a period Of several years: The board discussed that we will most likely see a decline in memberships in the coming year when the school goes to on line registra- tion. We will need to determine some way to get mem- berships since we won’t have the Open house where we get a vast majority of our memberships. It is most likely we will need to go to the school open houses once on line registration is started. Athletic Directors Report , Al Lammers reported that all is going well for foot— ball, volleyball & cross country. Al reported that the Iowa High School Athletic As- sociation has eliminated the 700 bed threshold for 4A football. We worked hard to lobby/argue Norwalk not being moved to 4A for football, but not looking very promising. The top 48 schools will be 4A. Norwalk is doing their bed count tomorrow to see where we fall. A] indicated that there should be a 5A class for boys like girls moved to. Al proposed getting another John Deere Gator for Pete, but could be used for all sports. Pete and his staff carry a lot of equipment for each game and a gator would alleviate this. Al has researched this and found one on Craig’s List for $5,500. There is also a med bed that can be put in the back of the gator for $300. The board dis- cussed pros and cons of a used versus a new gator, com- ing down to price as the biggest deterrent. The gator that Al found is low hours and appears to be in good condition. It was determined that Al will contact the person on Craig’s list and make sure it is still available and see if they would take less money, with the under- standing that the board would provide the money if everything checks out on it. Nancy LaVelle made the motion to give $5,000 towards the purchase of a gator, seconded by Mary Knickerbocker. Motion carried. A1 reported that he is taking a group of 10 athletes Concluded p. 15