Anthon City Council
OCTOBER 8, 2018
CALL TO ORDER & ROLL CALL: Mayor Pithan called the regular meeting of the Anthon City Council to order on October 8, 2018 at 5:30 p.m. Council members present were Barbara Benson, Jerry Boggs, Lisa Petersen, Tammy Reimer and Allison Umbach. Also present: Deb and Ariel Carman, Connie Westphal, Karen & Ron Newman, Polly Pithan, Amy Buck, Chad Thompson, Deputy Trobaugh and Craig Handke.
AGENDA: Motion by Umbach, seconded by Reimer, to approve the meeting agenda. Carried 5-0.
POLICE REPORT: Deputy Trobaugh was present with the monthly Police report that showed the Deputies patrolled 24 hours and 10 minutes, responded to 4 calls for service and spent 43 minutes at the school.
GOLF COURSE – The council authorized Thompson to rewrite the golf course association agreement to reflect payments go toward the principal and authorize the mayor and city clerk to sign said agreement. Special meeting was set for October 11, 2018 at 5:00 p.m. for the council to examine the records for the last two years and tour the golf course.
CONSENT AGENDA: Motion by Benson, seconded by Umbach, to approve the consent agenda, which includes minutes from September 10, 2018 meeting, financial reports as filed and adopt
Resolution 2018-10-433 entitled “A Resolution Authorizing the City Clerk to Certify to the County Treasurer Certain Costs for Collection with Taxes”.
Passed with a record vote as follows: ayes – Benson, Boggs, Petersen, Reimer and Umbach; nays — none.
PAYMENT OF CLAIMS: Motion by Boggs, seconded by Petersen, to approve the list of bills as presented. Carried 5-0.
LEGAL: Chad Thompson, attorney, stated the Bautista trial was set for October 22, 2018 at 9:00 a.m.
RESOLUTIONS: Motion by Umbach, seconded by Reimer, to adopt
Resolution #2018-10-434 entitled “A Resolution Approving Social Media Policy”.
On roll call the vote was: ayes – Benson, Boggs, Petersen, Reimer and Umbach; nays — none.
REPORTS/COMMUNICATIONS: Reimer and Buck reported on the Community Catalyst Building Remediation Program they attended. This is a grant program to help rehab existing commercial/residential property in the downtown area. Benson, Reimer and Buck will set up committees to work on the application.
Other items discussed — A request for more yield/stop signs in town – no action. Handke reported they are still working on the underground electric at Country Club Drive and have starting looking for a pickup. Motion by Petersen, seconded by Umbach, to approve the snow removal contract with Mark Cloud for 2018-2019 season. Carried 5-0. Groth reported that the house mover’s permit has not been issued to Dale Hoefling dba DNC Movers LLC because he has not provided the required $5000.00 bond issued by a surety company authorized to issue such bonds in the State of Iowa.
Receipts: General-$19276.93; RUT-$8197.10; LOST-$6470.88; Debt Service-$3488.80; Water-$11331.81; Sewer-$6148.10; Electric-$61135.08. Total: $116048.70.
Expenses: General-$16219.60; RUT-$2669.97; Water-$12801.93; Sewer-$4025.52; Electric-$58315.97. Total: $94032.99.
ADJOURNMENT: Motion by Petersen, seconded by Boggs, to adjourn. Carried 5-0. Mayor Pithan proclaimed the meeting adjourned at 6:18 p.m.
Allan Pithan, Mayor
Ruth A. Groth, MMC, City Clerk
ANTHON MINI MART FUEL $691.59
AFLAC AFLAC $31.50
BARCO MUNICIPAL PRODUCTS FLAGS $35.37
BOMGAARS SUPPLY INC. SUPPLIES $125.69
COLLINS AGENCY INSURANCE $547.25
CENTURY LINK PHONE $61.24
CORRECTIONVILLE BLDG CENT. SUPPLIES $85.14
NUTRIEN AG SOLUTIONS WEED KILLER $240.00
FELD FIRE FIRE EXT. TESTING $260.00
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING EQ. SUPPLIES $17.76
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OMAHA TRAINING/LODGING $664.42
HAWKINS INC. CHLORINE $1,453.17
IOWA PRISON INDUSTRIES BANNERS $732.80
JOY AUTO PARTS OIL/FILTERS $363.41
GILL HAULING APPLIANCE FEE $7.00
LONG LINES PHONE $335.20
MENARDS POTHOLE PATCH $136.82
OFFICE ELEMENTS SUPPLIES $96.38
SANITARY SERVICES TRASH COLLECTION $3,509.45
WIMECA ENERGY $32,478.90
UTILITY FUND DEPOSIT REFUNDS $672.54
WELLS FARGO BANK SERVICE CHG $1.95
EBS ADMIN FEE $77.25
SALES TAX SALES TAX $1,473.00
PETTY CASH POSTAGE $8.47
ANTHON UTILITIES UTILITIES $806.33
PAYROLL WH STATE TAX STATE TAXES $809.00
EFTPS FED/FICA TAXES $4,195.22
IPERS WH IPERS $2,773.16
LP GILL INC. LANDFILL FEES $2,689.40
WESCO SUPPLIES $933.04
WELLMARK BLUE CROSS OF IA INSURANCE $3,503.20
UTILITY EQUIPMENT CO. MDSE $132.44
WAYNE FUNDERMANN ELECT. FURNACE FILTERS $100.00
THE RECORD PUBLISHING $233.94
CENTER POINT LARGE PRINT LIBRARY MATERIALS $86.88
AT&T MOBILITY PHONE $135.34
WOODBURY COUNTY EXTENSION TRAINING $70.00
BUCK AMY MILEAGE/MEALS $166.24
CURTIN MATTHEW CONTRACT $190.00
HEATH ANNIE JANITORIAL CONTRACT $146.25
O’HALLORAN INTERNATIONAL TRUCK REPAIRS $468.49
AGRIVISION EQUIPMENT GROUP MOWER BLADE $60.36
WOODBURY COUNTY LIBRARY LOST BOOK $20.00
D & K IMPLEMENT, LLC REPAIRS $109.16
SCHOENFELD REFRIGERATION REFRIGERANT $1,740.00
TOM LUCKEL REBATE $25.00
MATT MEAD DEPOSIT REFUND $100.00
SHAWN/ELIZABETH MAJEWSKI DEPOSIT REFUND $59.46
FDMS-SETTLEMENT SERVICE CHG $27.27
PAYROLL CHECKS TOTAL PAYROLL CHECKS $13,632.92
CLAIMS TOTAL $77,319.40
Published in The Record
Thursday, October 18, 2018