Kingsley City Council Minutes/Bills — October 2, 2018

Kingsley City Council
October 2, 2018

The Kingsley City Council met in regular session on October 2, 2018 at Kingsley City Hall. Mayor Rick Bohle called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m. followed by the Pledge of Allegiance. Present were Councilmen Rolling, Bohle and Mathers. Peters and Jasperson were absent.

The agenda was approved on motion by Bohle, seconded by Rolling, all voted aye, motion carried.

Minutes of the September 4th and September 10th, 2018 meetings were approved on motion by Bohle, seconded by Rolling, all voted aye, motion carried.

Public Forum: Julie Culler told the Council that Trunk or Treat will be October 27th at 3:00 p.m. Jim Carlin, State Senator, and Tom Jeneary, who is running for State Representative, visited with the Council.

The following list of bills was approved on motion by Rolling, seconded by Mathers, all voted aye, motion carried.

Rick Bohle, September expenses    100.00
Steve Jantz, reimb. cell phone    40.00
Kingsley Vol. Amb., meal stipend    150.00
Deb Jantz, ins. reimb    151.80
Vicki Sitzmann, ins. reimb    154.50
Casey’s, Amb. gas & food    238.77
First Cooperative, gas    548.48
BCK, rent assistance/two quarters    9,000.00
Lammers Automotive, parts & repairs    6.88
WIT, Amb. courses    66.00
The Record, publications/subscriptions    533.67
F.S. Repair payloader parts    82.39
Beelner Service, lift station & toilet rep    355.00
Dirt Road Design, website updates    375.00
Midwest Radar, re-certify radar    80.00
Clark’s Hardware supplies    452.37
Alpha Wireless, police batteries    154.00
Day’s Door Co., door repair    248.99
Agrivision, mower weather enclosure    499.99
Matheson, Amb oxygen    139.14
Doug Koch, Comm. Bldg. cleaning    287.50
Mangold, pool tests/sewer tests    878.00
Hawkins, water chemicals    794.50
Frank Dunn, high performance patch    799.00
Indoff, ofc supplies    11.99
Hewlett Packard, ofc printer    596.24
Iowa One Call, locates    58.50
Woodbury Co. EMS, assist chgs    200.00
Keith Bohle, mileage    94.00
Amazon.com, Lib. supplies/books    809.14
Bohle Const., remove curbing at park/cem. bldg. removal    1,885.00
Univ. of Okoboji, EMS conference    95.00
Metering & Technology, four meters    1,381.97
CMBA Architects, Amb. bldg.    500.00
Thompson Automation, lift station work    1,049.20
O.C. Sanitation, porta-pot rent    123.21
DNR, annual water use fee    234.00
Sanitary Services, dumpster rent    69.50
Presto-X, pest control    101.00
B & G Sales, 100 containers    6,955.00
Ruhland Nursery, 10’ Concolor Fir    662.00
Thompson Innovations, rewire doors Comm. Bldg.    450.00
Hunzelman, Putzier, exam fees    539.82
Iowa State Extension, pest spraying regis.    70.00
Sanitary Services, 3rd qtr. garbage as billed    19,008.20
Baker & Taylor, Lib. books    991.42
Jerry Ahrens, mileage    92.12
KPTH, advertising    850.00
KMEG, advertising    1,240.00
Acco, pool closing    1,482.10
MidAmerican, utilities    4,020.45
Kingsley Vol. Amb., September runs    1,170.00
Verizon, Amb hotspot    22.84
GIS, life/disab ins.    23.04
UPS, shipping chgs    62.25
IRS, Fed/Fica    5,038.83
Ipers, Ipers    3,432.58
Baker & Taylor, Lib. video    39.99
Certified Amb Group, September billing    132.14
Matheson, Amb oxygen    423.40
Bohle Const., move shipping containers (cemetery)    175.00
Ply. Co. Landfill, September tonnage    4,229.67
CLIA Laboratory Program, Amb. certificate    150.00
Dan Kremer, reimb. phone upgrade    79.99
Beelner Service, gr. opens, sewer work, sewer pump    4,025.86
Wiatel, phone/internet    620.29
Indoff, ofc supplies    38.00
The Record, publications    336.71
MidAmerican, utilities    1,950.09
TOTAL    80,956.53

Paid with Library Special Funds:
Consumer Reports on Health, subscription    24.00
Gale/Cengage Learning, Lib. books    216.21
TEI Landmark Audio, Audio books    1,200.00
TOTAL    1,440.21

Total Expenses by Fund: General, 35,852.59; Road Use, 9,471.16; Employee Benefits, 3,169.51; Local Option, 0.00; TIF, 0.00; Library Spec Inv., 0.00; Fire Dept Spec, 0.00; Ambulance Spec, 0.00; Fire Truck Spec., 0.00; Debt Service, 0.00; Perpetual Care, 0.00; Water, 3,991.60; Sewer, 6,891.21; Lagoon Sinking, 0.00; Solid Waste, 71,222.40. Total: 130,598.47.

Total Revenues by Function: Charges for Services, 42,298.65; Operating Grants, 40,239.48; General Revenues, 72,819.58. Transfers In/Out, 0.00. Total, 155,357.71.

Maintenance Report: Sadler told the Council the new dump truck should be here next week, plow is on payloader, new cemetery building is moved in and electricity will be hooked up, more work will be done on the foundation and it will be painted.

Treasurer’s report was approved on motion by Bohle, seconded by Rolling, all voted aye, motion carried.

Police report was distributed.

Proposed ambulance building was discussed. Several ambulance members were on hand and some options will be discussed in the near future.

Sanitary Services was granted a two-year garbage pickup contract on motion by Bohle, seconded by Mathers, all voted aye, motion carried. Authority for Mayor Bohle to sign the contract was given on motion by Bohle, seconded by Mathers, all voted aye, motion carried. Prices will remain the same.

Doug Rose from Bacon Creek Designs talked to the Council concerning the process of building condemnation. He advised that the International Property Maintenance Code would need to be adopted to help with this process.

Pool heater quote from Mpire Heating & Cooling in the amount of $25,000.00 was approved on motion by Bohle, seconded by Rolling, all voted aye, motion carried.

Snow removal bid by Bohle Construction was approved on motion by Rolling, seconded by Mathers, all voted aye, motion carried. Only one bid was received.

The city will sell both used dump trucks by sealed bid at the November 5, 2018 meeting with right of refusal on motion by Rolling, seconded by Mathers, all voted aye, motion carried.

Resolution #18-11
(Release of Deed Restriction) for Jack Bowman house
was approved on motion by Bohle, seconded by Rolling, all voted aye, motion carried.

Resolution #18-12
(Release of Deed Restriction) for Morris Nissen house
was approved on motion by Bohle, seconded by Mathers, all voted aye.

Property at 105 Rutland still needs to be surveyed to determine how much city property would be available to sell.

Ordinance #240
Establishing speed limit on 330th St.  from L-14 to Quest Ave.
reducing the limit to 35 mph.
was introduced by Councilman Rolling, seconded by Bohle. Roll call vote: Rolling, aye; Bohle, aye; Mathers, aye. Motion carried. Motion to waive the three readings by Rolling, seconded by Mathers. Roll call vote: Rolling, aye; Bohle, nay; Mathers, aye. Motion to waive the three readings did not carry. Second reading on November 5, 2018.

Ordinance #241
Establishing speed limit on Quest Ave. from intersection of 330th St. and Quest Ave.
to the intersection of Quest Ave. and Highway 140, reducing the limit to 45 mph.
was introduced by Councilman Rolling, seconded by Bohle. Roll call vote: Rolling, aye; Bohle, aye; Mathers, aye. Motion carried. Motion to waive the three readings by Rolling, seconded by Mathers. Roll call vote: Rolling, aye; Bohle, nay; Mathers, aye. Motion to waive the three readings did not carry. Second reading on November 5, 2018.

Building permits: Dave and Pam Dugan, house.

Adjourn on motion by Bohle, seconded by Rolling, all voted aye, motion carried.

Next meeting will be November 5, 2018.

Rick Bohle, Mayor

ATTEST:
Vicki Sitzmann, Clerk

Published in The Record
Thursday, October 11, 2018

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