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Thursday, November 30, 2017 N/Warren Town and County News /- Page Five OFFICIAL PUBLICATION ABRIDGED MINUTES OF THE NORWALK ClTYWORK SESSION AND REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING ON 11-16-17 (Minutes to be approved at the December 7, 2017 meeting) Mayor Tom Phillips called the CityCouncil meeting to order at 6:00 P.M. Present at roll call:David Lester, Stephanie Riva, Ed Kuhl, Jaki Livingstonand Erika Isley. Absent:(RC = roll call vote) Motion by Livingston, seconded byRiva to approve the agenda, carried unanimously, voice vote. Motion by Riva, seconded bylsleyto approve the minutes of the November 2, 2017 regular City Council meeting, carried unanimously, voice vote. Motion by Lestel" seconded by Kuhl to move item c off of consent and in front of item 11, carried unanimously, voice vote. Consent included tax abatements;Resolution 17191 appointing Ryan Cobum, primary and Greg Staples, alternate to the Polk County 911 Joint Service Board; Resolution 17192 approving the disposal of identified equipment and materials through Gov Deals; approval of change order #1 to McAninch Corporation for the Delaware Street Sanitary Sewer project;, Resolution 17193 approving pay estimate #2 to McAninch Corporation for the Delaware Street Sanitary Sewer project; Annual Financial Report FY 2017; Annual Tax Increment Finance Certification FY 2019; monthly reportsand expenditures. 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AIR FILTERS - 432.65 Motion by Lester, seconded by Livingstonto approve the consent agenda, passed unanimously, RC. Motion by Riva, seconded bylsley to approve Resolution 17194 approving and confirming plans, specifications, form of contract and estimate of cost for the Sunset Drive Water Main Replacement Project, passed unanimously, RC. Motion by Kuhl, seconded bylsley to approve Resolution 17195 awarding contract for the Sunset Drive Water Main Replacement project, passed unanimously, RC. Motion by Livingston, seconded by Riva to approve Resolution 17196 approving contract and bond for the Sunset Drive Water Main Replacement project, passed unanimously, RC. Motion by Livingston, seconded by Lester to approve Resolution 17190approving the execution of easements for the Sunset Drive Water Main Replacement Project, passed unanimously, RC. Motion by Livingston, seconded by Riva to approve the first reading of an ordinance amending the Master Plan and Rules, Regulations, and Guidelines for the Legacy Planned Unit Development as contained in Ordinance No 06- 05, passed unanimously, RC. Motion by Livingston, seconded by Riva to waive the second and pass the third reading of Ordinance 17-21 amending the Master Plan and Rules, Regulations; and Guidelines for the Legacy Planned Unit Development as contained in Ordinance No. 06-05, passed unanimously, RC. Motion by Livingston, seconded by Riva to approve the first reading of an ordinance amending the Master Plan and Rules, Regulations, and Guidelines for the Legacy Planned Unit Development as contained in Ordinance No 01 - 01, passed unanimously, RC. Motion by Lester, seconded by Riva to waive the second and pass the third reading of Ordinance 17-22amending the Master Plan and Rules, Regulations, and Guidelines for the Legacy Planned Unit Development as contained in Ordinance No 01-01, passed unanimously, RC. Motion by Riva, seconded by Lester to approve Resolution 17197 approving the Preliminary Plat of Arbor Glynn Plat 4 subject to adding an additionalspeed bump in the new development near Pine Avenue and a speed bump on Aspen Drive in the existing development, passed 4-1 with Isley voting nay. Motion by Lester, seconded by Livingston to waive the second and pass the third reading of Ordinance 17-18 amending the official zoning map of the City of Norwalk, Iowa by mzoning approximately 20 acres of Norwalk School District property along North Avenue, West of the City Water Tower, from A-R Agricultural Reserve to R-1 (60) Single Family Residential, passed unanimously, RC. Motion by Riva, seconded bylsley to waive the second and pass the third reading of Ordinance 17-19supplementing Chapter 65, Norwalk Code by establishing placement of permanent stop signs in the City of Norwalk., passed unanimously, RC. Motion by Livingston, seconded by Riva to waive the second and pass the third reading of Ordinance 17-20providing for decreased water rates and decreased sewer usage rates for large quantity non-irrigation users, and amending Sections 92.02 and 99.02 and Chapter 177 Norwalk Municipal Code, passed unanimously, RC. Motion by Riva, seconded by Lester to approve Resolution 17198 approving the Site Plan for Sunset Corner, passed unanimously, RC. Motion by Livingston, seconded by Riva to approve Resolution 17199approving and authorizing execution of First Amendment to the City of Norwalk, Iowa, the City of Cumming, Iowa and the Board of Water Works Trustees of the City of Des Moines, Iowa, passed unanimously, RC. Motion by Riva, seconded by Livingston to approve Resolution 17200 the Site Plan Amendment for McDonalds at 2901 Sunset Drive, passed unanimously, RC. Motion by Livingston, seconded by Riva to approve Resolution 17201 approving the purchase of a challenge course and playground equipment for the Orchard Hills Park, passed unanimously, RC. Motion by Lester~seconded by Livingstonto adjourn at9"02 p.m., carried unanimously, voice vote. Tom Phillips, Mayor Attest: Jodi Eddleman, City Clerk November 17 Revoked Driver - 1800 block North Avenue. Tanner Westmoreland, Norwalk, was arrested and charged with Driving while license Revoked. Subject was issued a citation for Driving While Revoked and a warning for a speeding violation. He was released to appear at a later date. November 18 Theft from Vehicle - 300 Elm Avenue. Cash was reported stolen from an unlocked motor vehicle parked at a residence. Information was taken and a report made. November 20 Drug/Narcotics Violation - 1300 block Wright Road. Wendy Meyer, Norwalk, was arrested and charged with Possession of Marijuana, Unlawful Possession of Prescription Medication, and Driving while license Suspended. Subject was processed and transported to the Warren County Jail. November 21 Theft - 1500 block Sunset Drive. Gasoline reported stolen from convenience store. Information was taken and a report made. Registration Open for College Scholarship Program Registration is open for a scholarship that offers Iowa high school seniors a chance to receive one of 30 scholarships worth $2,000 for college while learning important financial literacy skills. In addition, each recipient's high school will receive a corresponding $500 award. High school seniors may register for the Iowa Financial Know-How Challenge: Senior Scholarship at www.IowaStudentLoan.org/SeniorScholarship between now and February 16th. Iowa Student Loan@ will award $2,000 scholarships to 30 students who complete two online financial literacy tutorials and score highest on a related assessment. Registered students also receive emails highlighting financial literacy tips, such as the importance of early career and college planning and ways to reduce student loan indebtedness. Each scholarship recipient's high school will also receive a corresponding $500 award to be used toward scholarship and financial literacy programs. The Iowa Financial Know-How Challenge: Senior Scholarship is open to legal U.S. citizens who are residents of Iowa; are seniors atan Iowa high school during the 2017-2018 school year; and attend college in fall 2018. It is a no-purchase-required program, and full rules and details are available at www.IowaStudentLoan.org/SeniorScholarship. Extra copies of the Norwalk paper can b4 purchased at Casey's, Kum & Go, I Git-N-Go, and Fareway. SHERIFF'S REPORT Disclaimer; All defendants are innocent until proven guilty in a court of laW. November 15 ............... Cumming- criminal mischief. Mr. McKinney from Alliance Construction reported a fuel truck, from another company, removed barricades on roadway and drove over uncured concrete. Investigated incident, determined fuel truck driver was given permission to remove barricades and drive on concrete. November 17 Linn Township - abandoned vehicle. Warren County Sheriffs Office impounded an abandoned vehicle in the 6000 blk of Elk Horn Street. November 18 Greenfield- road rage. Jeffrey Foust, 34, Indianola, was charged with reckless drivingi ACCIDENTS November 21 - 7:44, State 92/Iowa 92 Measuring 620 feet east from State 92/Iowa 92 and 200th Ave: David William Reed, Indianola, was traveling eastbound and struck a deer causing damage to the drivers side front and quarter. Vehicle was driven away. No injuries reported. November 21 - 11:56, East 2nd St, Bevington: Norman Leroy McDonald, State Center, drives his tractor/trailer into Bevi agton Kum-N-Go and pulls to north side of building where tractor/ trailers are designated for pariking, McDonald attempts to make turn into farthest east parking space. A vehicle owned by Searles Trucking, Centerville, SD, is legally parked in the parking space to the west of where McDonald is pulling in. Searles Trucking vehicle is within the lane markings, The corner is fairly narrow causing McDonald to make a tight turn into the parking space. As McDonald turns in, his enclosed box trailer comes into contact with Searles Trucking's grain hopper cover arm attachment which punctures a hole in the front corner of McDonald's trailer. The impact causes a ripple in Searles Trucking's grain hopper trailer and damage to the metal of the trailer. McDonald admits fault for the accident and state he did not see the arm attachment until it hit at which point he stopped completely. McDonald stated the driver of the Searles Trucking vehicle was outside his semi walking his dog at the time of accident. Both parties were not injured. EOR. November 21 - 17:39, 21000 Blk State 5/ Iowa 5: Robert Lee Jones, Knoxville, was traveling south on Hwy 5 when he struck a deer in the 19000 block. Jones sustained heavy damage to the front of the vehicle. Jones reported no injuries. Vehicle appeared to bea total loss, and was towed privately. , : ' .