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Thursday, November 19, 2015 N/Warren Town and County News Page Fifteen OFFICIAL PUBLICATION MINUTES OFTHE NORWALK CITY COUNCIL MEETING ON 11-05-15 (abridged for publication) MayorTom Phillips called the City Council meeting to order at 6:02 p~m. Present at roll call: Eric Delker, Tom Greteman, Erika Isley, Kyle Jackson Absent at roll call: Jaki Livingston. (RC = roll call vote) 15-219 Isiey moved, Greteman seconded, to approve the agenda. Voice vote carried unanimously. 15-220 Delker moved, Isley seconded, to approve minutes of the October 14 regular council meeting. Voice vote carried unanimously. Consent included tax abatements; liquor license renewal for 804 Main; insur- ance renewal rates for 2016; Resolution 1105-15-122 accepting improvements for Omhard View Plat 2; Resolution 1105-15-123 accepting improvements for Omhard Trail Plat 4; Resolution 1105-15-124 accepting improvements for Vil- lage on the Ridge; Resolution 1105-15-125 accepting improvements for Colo- nial Parkway Storm Sewer project; Resolution 1105-15-126 accepting improve- ments for NorthwestTrunk Sewer No. 4 project; Resolution 1105-15-127 order- ing construction, approving plans, and setting date for letting and setting De- cember 19th as the date for public hearing; September Treasurer's report and the following expenditures: A+ LAWN & LANDSCAPE IRRIGATION $1,088.00 ACME TOOLS EQUIPMENT $259.97 ADVENTURE LIGHTING BLDG MAtNT $428.58 AMAZON LIBRARY $1,399.95 AMERICAN PLANNING MEMBERSHIP $379.00 ASHLEE SEIBERT VOLLEYBALL $320.00 BAKER & TAYLOR INC LIBRARY $417.41 BLUE TARP FINANCIAL EQUIPMENT $449.98 BOBS TROPHIES SUPPLIES $57.85 BROWN EQUIPMENT BELTS $48.25 CAPITAL SANITARY SUP SUPPLIES $32.54 CARPENTER UNIFORM UNIF ALLOW $5,263.12 CENGAGE LEARNING LIBRARY $38.65 CIVIL ENG CONSULT CAPITAL IMPR $560.00 CNM OUTDOOR EQUIP EQUIPMENT $5.92 COMMONWEALTH ELEC DAYROOM $2,700.00 COMPASS BUSINESS SOL FORMS $1,161.87 CONSTRUCTION & AGGR VEH OPER $235.83 CONTRACT SPECIALTY LC CHEMICALS $2,288.75 COPQUEST UNIFORMS $104.38 DAVIS EQUIPMENT CORP EQUIPMENT $625.02 DEMCO CD CASES $352.12 DES MOINES STAMP PAD/STAMP $66.50 DM WATER WORKS DMWW $580.00 DIAMOND VOGEL PAINTS SUPPLIES $64.20 DISCOUNT SCHOOL SUP SUPPLIES $173.21 ELEC ENG & EQUIP EQUIP $67.51 EXCEL MECHANICAL LIB REPAIR $2,955.00 GALLS INC MINOR EQUIP $15.95 GOPHER SPORT VOLLEYBALLS $324.91 GOVT FINANCE OFFICER NEWSLETTER $150.00 GRAYBAR EQUIP $262.26 HOTSY CLEANING SYS SUPPLIES $280.00 IA DEPT PUBLIC SAFETY ONL!NE $1,391.52 INDOFF INC SUPPLIES $80.3 63 IOWA ONE CALL SERVICE ~" ~:.'='0 J & K CONTRACTING NW TRULK :,~.~, -.~ "'.. -.. JDI EDDLEMAN REIMBUP':!- $ ~ 3 X-53 ~AREL BUSINESS SVCES HRA CKS $443.22 ~-:~:' !/CORTUM INC COL PKVVY ST SEW $13! .430 :? ' .% 'bS END BUSINESS- CLOTH ALLOW ' - $437.45 LASER RESOURCES COPIERS $39588 LINDA GAVIN VOLLEYBALL $320.00 LIVING MAGAZINE MAGAZINE $1,998.00 LUCINDA SPERRY ,,,-,T .... $110.00 M?,D ~CIENCE CLASS $4~.;. -:' ",.b-'.~N S=-REET MONT ADULT CLASS 2 $42.v, MARTIN MARIETTA LANDSCAPING $42.95 MCCLURE ENG NCIS q". 7.600.00 MENARDS . MATERIALS $237.13 METRO WASTE AUTH FEES $36,709.63 . MICROMARKETING LIBRARY $t,092.08 . MIKE MYER:SERVICES NUISANCE $120.00 . MPS ENGINEERS PC HOLLY DRIVE $259,839.35 MUNICIPAL SUPPLY " METERS $6,992.00 NANCY KUEHL REIMB $127.70 N WARREN TOWN & CTY MINUTES $314.66 NORWALK READY MIXED PICNIC TABLES $563.00 YOUTH WRESTLING BEGINNER $1,248.00 NPC INTERNATIONAL TEEN LOCK IN $70.99 .O'HALLORAN INTL VEH REPAIRS $1,626.32 PITNEY BOWLS LEASE $1,020.00 PLUMB SUPPLY SUPPLIES $198.85 PURCHASE POWER POSTAGE $2.39 RECORDED BOOKS INC DIGITAL SUB $1,310.69 SAFETY-KLEEN EQUIPMENT $293.00 SIMPLEX GRINNELL SERVICE $147.49 SPRINGER PEST BLDG M~,INT $215.50 STAR EQUIPMENT EQUIPMENT $187.69 THE CU'I-rlNG EDGE FIELDS $3,600.00 DES MOINES REGISTER SUBSCRIPTION $32.29 THE GRAPHIC EDGE MONSTER DASH $892.95 TK CONCRETE WAKONDA $526,986.34 TYLER TECHNOLOGIES MONTHLY FEE " $115.00 VEENSTIqA & KIMM CORT LAND P 1 $17,460.25 V~RiZON WIRELESS TELECOM $1,710.11 v',:~,- E WAGONER REIMBURSE $232.53 WARREN CO EXTENSION BABYSITTING $240.00 WARREN CTY HIST SOC CIVIL WAR $30.00 WOODMAN CONTROLS HVAC $500.00 WORLD BOOK SUBSCRIPTION $I ,084.00 ZIEGLER !NC. EQUIPMENT $601.74 t5-221 Motion by Isley, seconded by Jackson, to approve the consent agenda passed unanimously, RC. 15-222 Motion by Delker, seconded by Isley, to adopt Resolution 1105-15-128 approving a water main easement for the Founders' District Water Main Re- placement Phase 1 project passed unanimously, RC. 15-223 Motion by Delker, seconded by Isley, to adopt Resolution 1105-15-1 29 approving plans, specifications, form of contract and estimate of cost for the Founders' District Water Main Replacement Phase 1 project passed unanimously, RC. 15-224 Motion by Isley, seconded by Deiker, to adopt Resolution 1105-15-130 awarding contract for the Founders' District Water Main replacement Phase 1 project passed unanimously, RC. 15-225 Motion by Delker, seconded by Jackson, to adopt Resolution 1105-15- 131 approving contract and bonds for the Founders' District Water Main Re- placement Phase 1 project passed unanimously, RC. 15-226 Motion by Greteman, seconded by Delker, to pass the first reading of a proposed ordinance amending the Accessory Structures and Fences section of the City of Norwalk Zoning Code passed unanimously, RC. 15-227 Motion by Greteman, seconded by Delker, to pass the 2nd and waive the 3rd readings of Ordinance 15-10 amending the Accessory Structures and Fences section of the City of Norwalk Zoning Code passed unanimously, RC. 15-228 Motion by Greteman, seconded by Jackson, to table the proposed or- dinance amending the Architectural Standards and Definitions passed unani- mously, RC. OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OFFICIAL PUBLICATION 15-229 Motion by Delker, seconded by Isley, to adopt Resolution 1105-15-132 approving the preliminary plat for Cort Landing Plat 1 passed unanimously, RC. 15-230 Motion by Delker, seconded by Greteman, to adopt Resolution 1105- 15-133 approving the preliminary plat for Timber View passed unanimously, RC. 15-231 Motion by Delker, se( ended by Greteman, to adopt Resolution 1105- 15-134 approving the final pl~ t of the Village on the Ridge passed unanimously, RC. 15-232 Motion by Delker, seconded by Isley, to adopt Resolution 1105-15-135 approving the purchase of a wheel loader with plow equipment passed unani- mously, RC. 15-233 Motion by Jackson, seconded by Isley, to adopt Resolution 1105-15- 136 approving an increase in staff for public works passed unanimously, RC. 15-234 Delker moved, Greteman seconded, to adjourn meeting at 6:53 p.m. Voice vote carried unanimously. Tom Phillips, Mayor Attest: Jodi Eddleman, City Clerk OFFICIAL PUBLICATION CITY OF CUMMING Regular Council Meeting 11/09/15 To be Approved at 11/23/15 Meeting The Regular City Council Meeting of the City of Cumming was held at Cumming City Hall, 049 N. 44= St. on Monday, November 9, 2015.The Meeting was called to Order at 7:00 RM. by Mayor Tom Becker. Council Present at Roll Call: Ed Harkin, Peggy Koch, Dine Goods, Jean Lare. Absent: Dave Chelsvig. Motion made by Harkin, Seconded by Koch to Approve the Agenda as presented. Ap- proved 4-0. Public Hearing regarding Amendment of Current City Budget for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2016 was opened at 7:01 pm. No public or written comments were made. Motion by Harkin, Seconded by Lare to close the public hearing at 7:02 pm. Approved 4-0. Consent Items Motion made by Goode, Seconded by Harkin to approve Consent Items: Resig- nations of Planning & Zoning members, 10/26/15 Regular Council Meeting Min- utes, 2014-2015 Annual Urban Renewal Report, 11/12/15 Calculation & Verifi- cation Journal, 11/12/15 Accts Payable Claims Report. Approved 4-0. Expenditures: Cardmember Service Halloween Party Supplies 355.90 Karen McKinney Food for Halloween Party. 122.48 Mid American- E":er2v Service 3.46 MSA Pre::ess~ona~ Services Code of Ordinances Updates 4.950.00 N/Warren Town & County News Publishing Expense 7a.40 Safe Building Compliance Building Inspections 865.66 Waste Connections Inc Garbage & Recycling 2,029.08 General FundTotal 6.400.98 '{~eqstra & Kimm Ine Blue Heron Circle Rehab Engineering 5,;3 35 Road Use Fund Total 563.35 10/19/! 5 - ~ ~ ('. ~,- W~.~!:~- Total Payroll Checks 1,240.77 Paid Tct~ 10,205.10 A. ['~'~z~n made by Harkin, Seconded by Goode to approve Resolution 2015- 34 Amending the Current Budget for the FiscalYear ending June 30. 2016..~.- proved 4:0. B. Motion by. Harkin; Seconded by Goode ~eappm~,e- addin~ E',:.~,, (~,~c- :-:rid v!-,-. ~: C~.- - ;t" ?:,:. P~anning & Zoning Commission. Approved 4-0. C." =,., ~-:~ n',z,- :,- L~ ,=, Seconded by Harkin-to approve Resolution 2015- 35 ~;=-~ :~ ::- ~: .:-~ublic Hearing on Rezoning Property within the City Limits ar=a A,;~ .. d - ,~ Official Zoning Map of the City of Cumming, Iowa. Approved NOTICE OF PUBLIC NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING HEARING Notice is hereby given that a public Notice is hereby given that a public hearing will be held before the WAR- hearing will be held before the WAR- REN COUNTY ZONING COMMIS- REN COUNTY ZONING COMMIS- SION on the 1= day of December, SlON on the 1= day of December, 2015 at 6:35 p.m. in the 2"~ floor 2015 at 6:45 p.m. in the 2~ floor Board of Supervisors Meeting Board of Supervisors Meeting Room, Warren County Adminlatre- Room, Warren County Administra- tion Building, Indianola, Iowa. tion Building, Indianola, Iowa. Said hearing is in regard to a review of Said headng is in regard to a rezon- the PRELIMINARY PLAT for ROLL- ing application submitted by Matthew ING HILLS SUBDIVISION submitted Jacobe, 1592 G50 HWY, Saint by Marvin Van Dam, 6005 61 = Lane, Charles, Iowa 50"240. The proposed Norwalk, Iowa 50211. Owner of the rezoning would allow for the rezoning property in question is Ruater Corp., of certain lands within Warren County 1621 Glen Oaks Dr., West Des from A-1 (Agricultural District) to M-1 Moines, Iowa 50266. Address of the (Light Industrial District). The pro- property in question is: 6205 Hwy 28, posed rezoning would allow for a full Norwalk, Iowa 50211. The proposed service auto repair shop including plat is for property described as: some body work with eventually pos- sible car sales on property described The East One-half of the Northwest as: Quarter (E NW ~A), in Section Thirty-six (38), Township Seventy- That part of the Northwest Quarter seven (77) North, Range Twenty-five of the Northeast Quarter of Section (25) West of the 5= P.M., Warren 19, Township 75 North, Range 25 County, Iowa, except for Parcel"D", West of the Fdth Pdnelpel Meridian, located in the Northeast Quarter of Warren County, Iowa, described as the Northwest Quarter (NE ~,~ NW T~) follows: of SectionThirty-six (36),Township Seventy-seven (77) North, Range Commencing at the northeast cor- Twenty-five (25) Weat of the 5" P.M., net of the Northwest Quarter of tbe Warren County, Iowa, as shown in Northeast Quarter of =aid Section Irregular Plat Book 13, Page 3 of 77- 19; thence on an assumed bsedng 25 in the Office of theWarren County of North 89 degree~ 54 minutes 48 Recorder. SecondsWeet 679.85 feet along the north line of said Northwest Quer- AND ter of the Northeset Quarteq thence LotsOnethroughNine(1-9),HillTop South 00 degrees 05 minutse 51 View Addition to Warren County, Seconds Eset51~1 fset to the south Iowa line of Warren County Highway GSO AND and the point of beginning; thence Parcel "C" of the survey Of the Northwest Quarter of the Northwest Quarter (NW 1,4 NW ~A) of Section Thirty-six (36), Township Seventy- seven (77) North, RangeTwenty-five (25) West of the 5"~ P.M., Warren County, Iowa as shown in Irregular Plat Book 7, Page 21 of 77-25 in the Office of the Warren County Re- corder. t.ocaffy known as 5205 HWY 28, N,orw,3~k hswa ~02"i I~ :L-~ text of the application is on file in the ZONING OFFICE in the Warrer County Administration Building, 201 North Buxton, Suite 212, Indienv~. iowa, and may be examined dur;ng e~:~!ar office hours (Monday through -dday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.). continuing South 00 degrees 05 minutes 51 second East 270.51 feet; thence South 88 degrees 27 min- utes 28 seconds West 400.93 feet to the east line of Interstate Highway 35; thence North 27 degrees 30 min- utes 59 seconds East along said east line 321,36 feet to the south line of Warren County Highway G50; thence South 89 degrees 43 min- utes 14 seconds East along said south line 8.20 feet; thence easter;y 243.68 feet along said south line and along a non tangential 11986.16 feet r~dius curve, concave southerly, with a central angle of 01 degrees 09. minutes 53 seconds, having a c~ord 24.3.68 f.=.e~ in length bearing Soum 89 degrees 08 minutes 13 seconds East to the point of begin- ning. Wr[!tsn corl-;me~:its vifl !i~e ,jCC~_;~',.:E: Said tract contains 2.07 Acres; during regular office hou:s cr bef:~re Located at 1592 G50 Highway, Saint the hearing. Send comments x," ~'vq,'- Oh~ries, Iowa 50240. ten County Zoning Olfice, 301 Ndr~ 4-0. . . Buxton, Suite 212, Indianota, iowa The text of the application is on file in D. Metier) by G0ode, Seconded by Koch to approve Resolution 2015:36 50125 or. email them to: the ZONING OFFICE in the Warren Approv~n~ and Authdrizing a BalanceTtansfer Approved 4-0,. " ..-. zonino@co warren_ . .... aus :. : - " . County Adngmts, tretion Buiidin. g, 301 E DscussonwashedontheA[mua Financia-ReportforFsca Year2015. " ... i.. ~:'.:"-N0rthBuxton;Suite212,1ndlanola, Reports : :" . : " " .: Dated at Indianola, iowa thiS12~.day : 10wa, and :may be*examinedduring Mayor: Dilch Work iS almost complate along N- 43'~ St and N- Grsenlee; Attorney- of November, 2015 " reg~Jlar office hours (Monday through will be present at i !/17/15 P&Z meeting. Counih Discussion on rural water distncts - Lindsay Baughman Clerk: IA DOT work on 1-35; Des Moines Water Works rate increases; State Zoning Administrator Playoff Program UPCOMING CITY COUNCIL MEETING: November 23, 2015, 7:00 pm at City Halt. Motion made by Lare, Seconded by Koch to Adjourn at 7:37 pm. Approved 4-0. Tom Becker, Mayor; Rochelle Swisher, City Clerk/Treasurer Call 9 1 1 for- emergencies! Friday, 8:00 a.m to 4:30 p.m.). Written comments will be accepted dudng regular office hours or before the hearing. Send comments to: War- ren County Zonir~g Office, 301 North Buxton, Suite 212, Indianola, Iowa 50125 or emait them to: - ~ ~ rrenJ . Dated at Indianola, Iowa this 12~ day of November, 2015. 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