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Correctionville City Council Minutes & Bills — November 12, 2018

Regular Correctionville City Council Meeting –
November 12, 2018

CALL TO ORDER: The Correctionville City Council met in Regular session on November 12, 2018, at the Correctionville City Hall. The meeting was called to order at 7:00 PM by Mayor Nathan Heilman.

ROLL CALL:  Council members answering roll:  Bob Beazley, Adam Petty, Tara Hill and Ron Sanderson. Absent: Calvin McCrea.  City Attorney was represented by Chad Thompson.

APPROVAL OF AGENDA: Motion by Sanderson, 2nd by Hill to approve the agenda.  Passed 4/0.

CONSENT AGENDA: Motion by Sanderson, 2nd by Petty to approve the minutes of the October 8, 2018 regular meeting, October 15, 2018 special budget workshop meeting, bills as listed. Reports as filed. Passed 4/0.

PUBLIC FORUM – CITIZEN INPUT:  Keith Byers had questions about what transfer of jurisdiction money is spent for, and questioned the bill for legal fees. Money spent from transfer of jurisdiction was for 5th Street Project and legal fees were for the months of March – September 2018.

NEW BUSINESS:
1. Deputy Hertz reviewed the Sheriff’s report.

2. Maintenance report: Pat Langschwager reported working on the road going into Copeland Park. Chris Lillefloren has taken class for water certification.

3. Jeff Hill, representing the Correctionville Fire and Rescue presented report. Department has been doing maintenance on vehicles.

4. Motion by Hill, 2nd by Sanderson to approve
Resolution 2018-47 approving the appointment of Fire & Rescue Officers for 2019:
Chief – Jeff Hill, Assistant Chief – Jeff Wortman, Secretary – Tara Hill and EMS Director – Whitney Buettner.

Roll Call – Ayes Sanderson, Hill, Beazley. Abstain – Petty. Passed 3/0.

5. Dave Christensen, updated the council regarding sidewalk inspections and nuisance citations.

6. Motion by Sanderson, 2nd by Hill to relocate the handicap parking space from the west bound lane of 5th Street, near the intersection of 5th and Driftwood Street, east to the parking space on the west side of the service alley. Passed 4/0.

7. Sanderson introduced the 2nd  reading of
Ordinance 716-2018
an Ordinance amending chapter 65, 65.01, stop required.
Motion by Sanderson, 2nd by Petty to approve the reading. Roll call. Passed 4/0. Motion by Sanderson, 2nd by  Beazley to waive 3rd reading. Roll call. Ayes: Beazley, Sanderson, Hill and Petty. Nays: none. Passed 4/0.

8. Sanderson introduced the 2nd reading of
Ordinance 717-2018
an Ordinance amending chapter 65, 65.03, yield required.
Motion by Sanderson, 2nd by Petty to approve the reading. Roll call. Ayes: Beazley, Hill, Sanderson and Petty. Nays: None. Passed 4/0. Motion by Petty, 2nd by  Sanderson to waive 3rd reading. Roll call. Ayes: Beazley, Sanderson, Hill and Petty. Nays: none. Passed 4/0.

9. Motion by Sanderson, 2nd by Petty to approve
Resolution 2018-48
updating the current Investment Policy.
Roll Call. Passed 4/0.

10. Health insurance proposals postponed until the December meeting.

11. Motion by Sanderson, 2nd by Beazley to allow city clerk to purchase 20 new recycle bins. Passed 4/0.

12. Motion by Sanderson, 2nd by Hill to approve bid from Mathers Construction for clearing snow when requested by the City. 4/0.

13. Motion by Petty, 2nd by Sanderson to open the public hearing at 7:40 p.m. to hear comments, oral or written, on the proposal to vacate the East/West Alley in Block 9, Railroad Addition to the City of Correctionville; West One-half (W ½) of the East/West Alley in Block 10, Railroad Addition to the City of Correctionville; and the West One-half (W ½) and the East One-half (E ½) of the East/West Alley in Block 11, Railroad Addition to the City of Correctionville; all located in the town of Correctionville, Woodbury County, Iowa. Passed 4/0. With no written comments and oral comments from Bruce and Dyane Mathers with concerns about access to their property, motion by Beazley, 2nd by Sanderson to close public hearing at 7:50 p.m. Roll call. Passed 4/0.

14. Sanderson introduced the 1st reading of
Ordinance 718-2018
An ordinance vacating the East/West Alley in Block 9, Railroad Addition to the City of Correctionville; West One-half (W ½) of the East/West Alley in Block 10, Railroad Addition to the City of Correctionville; and the East One-half (E ½) of the East/West Alley in Block 11, Railroad Addition to the City of Correctionville; all located in the town of Correctionville, Woodbury County, Iowa.  
Motion by Petty, 2nd by Hill to approve the 1st reading. Roll call. Passed 4/0.

15. Motion by Petty, 2nd by Sanderson to approve
Resolution 2018-46
Resolution approving and authorizing Amendment to Loan and Disbursement Agreement by and between the City of Correctionville and the Iowa Finance Authority, and authorizing and providing for the reissuance of the $188,000 Sewer Revenue Capital Loan Note, Series 2018 (2008 – Rate Reset).
Roll call. Passed 4/0.

16. Motion by Petty, 2nd by Hill to go into closed session according to IA Code 21.5(j) at 7:55 p.m. Passed 4/0. Pat Langschwager and April Putzier, city employees, were in attendance. Motion by Beazley, 2nd by Petty to resume regular session at 8:20 p.m.

17. Motion by Petty, 2nd by Hill to allow Mayor Heilman to enter into negotiations with NEW Coop for the purchase of property up to $35,000. Passed 4/0.

OTHER BUSINESS:
With no further business, the meeting was adjourned at 8:30 PM.

Signed:
NATHAN HEILMAN, Mayor

Attest:
CARLA MATHERS, CMC, City Clerk

Vendor/ Description….Amount
IPERS  IPERS    $1,909.90
EFTPS – US DEPT. OF TREASURY  Federal    $2,637.40
IOWA FINANCE AUTHORITY  Sewer Lagoon Interest    $1,015.00
IOWA FINANCE AUTHORITY  Sewer Lining Interest    $2,820.00
USPS  Postage    $100.00
JOY AUTO SUPPLY INC.  Maintenance    $118.15
DON CHINN, JR.  Deposit refund 521 6th    $29.28
KNIFE RIVER MIDWEST, LLC  Pay req. #2  5th Street Proj.    $3,990.00
FNB  CD Copeland Fund    $5,000.00
APRIL PUTZIER  Per diem IMFOA    $90.00
VERIZON WIRELESS  Phones    $90.85
MIDAMERICAN  Electric    $2,558.70
UNITED HEALTHCARE  Health ins.    $4,562.01
USPS  Postage    $134.75
TREY JEPSEN  Deposit refund  414 3rd    $50.16
ALEXANDRIA HORNOF  Deposit refund  616 4th    $48.91
DEARBORN NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE  Life Ins.    $82.05
KIRKWOOD COMMUNITY COLLEGE  Basic Water, Lillefloren    $475.00
UNITED BANK OF IOWA  New CD Sewer    $12,000.00
UNITED BANK OF IOWA  New CD Welsch    $30,000.00
UNITED BANK OF IOWA  New CD Water    $45,000.00
AHLERS & COONEY P.C.  Legal fees    $183.00
AIRGAS USA, LLC  Oxygen    $160.48
APRIL PUTZIER  Mileage    $207.10
BOMGAARS SUPPLY INC.  Sprayer parts    $110.91
CHRIS LILLEFLOREN  Mileage    $130.80
CITY CLERK – PETTY CASH  Postage    $45.30
CORNER HARDWARE  Supplies    $88.72
CORRECTIONVILLE BUILDING CENTER  Curb repair    $54.27
FELD FIRE  Fire extinguisher insp.    $2,591.65
FOUNDATION ANALYTICAL  Water/sewer test    $86.50
HOLIDAY INN  IMFOA conference    $201.60
I & S GROUP, INC.  5th Street extension    $961.48
IOWA PLAINS SIGNING, INC.  Street lines painted    $450.00
IOWA PRISON INDUSTRIES  Stop sign    $56.60
IOWA RURAL WATER ASSOC.  Membership dues    $225.00
J.P. COOKE COMPANY  Pet tags    $95.50
JEFF HILL  Mileage/meal EMS conference    $116.79
JOY AUTO SUPPLY INC.  Maintenance    $220.40
KNIFE RIVER MIDWEST, LLC  4th & Driftwood    $6,072.23
LONGLINES  Phones    $278.75
MERCY MEDICAL SERVICES  Physical    $265.64
METERING & TECHNOLOGY SOLUTION  Water meters    $1,321.28
NEW COOP  Fuel    $1,448.47
OFFICE ELEMENTS  Office supplies    $88.34
PCC  Ambulance billing    $532.48
PINNACLE PERFORMANCE LLC  Tires, skid loader    $851.00
SIOUX VALLEY AUTOMOTIVE  Repairs    $615.40
THE MERCANTILE  Pop    $86.65
MOVILLE RECORD  Publishing    $441.53
CHAD THOMPSON  Legal fees    $8,762.00
USPS  Box rent    $42.00
VISA  Testing reagents    $753.83
WOODBURY COUNTY EMS  Ambulance Assist    $400.00
ZIEGLER INC.  Backhoe grill    $561.41
        $141,219.27

    OCTOBER                 OCTOBER
EXPENDITURES:      REVENUE:
General Fund
$35,712.69                   $50,137.56
Road Use Tax
$10,394.55                    $7,359.00
Employee Benefits
$13,224.20
Emergency
$1,210.56
LOST
$9,132.25
TIF
$16,098.08
TIF Nelle Belle
$8,410.43
Welsch
$1,146.26
Copeland Fund
$3.49
Fire Dept. Fund
$3,010.00
Cemetery Maintenance
$19.75
Debt Service
$29,352.48
Transfer of Jurisdiction
$3,990.00                        $0.00
Swimming Pool Renovation
$5,000.00
Water Fund
$5,840.63                      $7,868.08
Sewer Fund
$4,320.77                      $13,264.37
Totals
    $60,258.64                  $165,236.51

Published in The Record
Thursday, November 22, 2018

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