OCT-9-2017 City Council Meeting Minutes

Walford City Council Proceedings

Regular Meeting                                                                                                      Monday October 9, 2017

Meeting was called to order at 7:00 p.m., by Mayor Randy Bauer.

Roll Call: Bergmeier, Hoskins, Huber, and Plogman were present. Kane was absent.

Huber moved approval of the agenda as posted, seconded by Bergmeier. Roll Call: Unanimous.

Hoskins moved approval of the minutes from September 11, 2017, as posted and published, seconded by Plogman. Roll Call: Unanimous.

Bergmeier moved approval of the September 30, 2017 Treasurer’s Report, seconded by Hoskins.

Roll Call: Unanimous.

Huber moved approval of the October Expenditures, seconded by Plogman.  Roll Call: Unanimous.

Hoskins introduced and moved approval of Ordinance No. 205 Amending the Code of Ordinance of the City of Walford, Iowa pertaining to the Use and Sale of Fireworks on its Third Reading and in title only, seconded by Bergmeier. Roll Call; Unanimous.

Huber moved approval of the Final Adoption of Ordinance No. 205 Amending the Code of Ordnance of the City of Walford, Iowa pertaining to the Use and Sale of Fireworks and in title only, seconded by Hoskins. Roll Call: Unanimous.

Mayor Randy Bauer presented written veto of Fireworks Ordinance No. 205.

Plogman introduced Resolution No. 10-17-1 approving the rescheduling of the November Regular meeting from Monday November 13, 2017 to Monday November 6th, 2017, seconded by Hoskins.

Roll Call: Unanimous.

Hoskins introduced Resolution No. 10-17-2 approving the Walford Policy and Procedure Manual, seconded by Bergmeier. Roll Call: Unanimous.

Bergmeier introduced Resolution No. 10-17-3 approving operation of All-Terrain and Off-Road Utility Vehicles upon all streets, alleys and other public ways under the jurisdiction of the City of Walford in accordance with state law and local ordinances, seconded by Plogman. Roll Call: Unanimous.

Numerous residents were present to inquire about ATV use.

Plogman introduced Resolution No. l0-17-4 approving Change Order No. 3 of the 2017 HMA Street Improvement Project with L.L. Pelling Co. in the amount of $375.00, seconded by Bergmeier.             Roll Call: Unanimous.

Huber introduced Resolution No. 10-17-5 Approving Pay Estimate No. 3 of the 2017 HMA Street Improvement Project with L.L. Pelling Co. in the amount of $7,600.00, seconded by Plogman.

Roll Call: Unanimous.

Bergmeier moved approval of the submitted Workforce Report from Kingery Manufacturing for Economic Development Grant Payment requirement, seconded by Hoskins.  Roll Call: Unanimous.

Park and Recreation minutes from October 3, 2017 were received and placed on file.

Other areas of discussion included but not limited to the following:

Huber moved to place Ordinance No. 205 Pertaining to the Sale and Use of Fireworks back on November 6th, 2017 agenda. Mayor wouldn’t accept motion pursuit to 24-hour notice.

Council member Huber requested Ordinance No. 205 Sale and Use of Fireworks be placed back on the November 6th, 2017 agenda to consider override of Mayor veto.

Satellite office in Community Center for the Benton County Sheriff Office, and parks request of storage of donated shingle at city maintenance building.

Hoskins moved to adjourn the meeting at 7:20 p.m., seconded by Plogman. Roll Call: Unanimous.

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Month’s Receipts: (General Fund) 43,885.45; (Sewer Fund) 9,954.18; (Road Use Tax) 19,127.54; (Garbage Fund) 9,872.64 (Local Option Tax) 3,688.12 (Tax Increment Financing) 88.30.              Revenue Total: 86,616.23.

September Building Permits Approved: Frese (Solar Panel); Bully’s Angle Inn (Temp sign); Dudley (Portable Shed).

General and Road Use Expenditures:

Advanced Systems (Maint/Copy) 59.83

Allegra Print (Printing) 346.36

Alliant (Electric) 2,781.85

Benton County Auditor (Sheriff Fees) 3,055.00

Ellis, Gary (Salary) 3,340.38

Evans Computer (ICloud/Tec Support) 56.15

Federal Tax Payment 2,189.76

Gann, Janet (Salary) 1,962.38

(Mileage) 32.63

Gazette (Publishing) 84.40

Holland Law Office (Attorney) 618.00

Iowa League of Cities (Workshop) 45.00

IPERS 1,098.47

Iowa Wireless (Cell Phone) 49.47

L.L. Pelling Co. (HMA Street Project) 7,600.00

Menards (Materials) 119.34

Midwest Patch (Safety Jackets) 100.00

Office Express (Office Supplies) 126.63

Orkin (Hall Spray) 58.32

P & K Midwest (Tractor Repairs) 1,530.00

Port” O” Jonny (Restrooms) 187.00

Postmaster 170.50

Rick, Howard (Labor) 384.00

Schrader Excavating (Pea Gravel) 679.21

Sevig Utility (Water) 37.30

South Slope (Telephone/Internet) 217.39

Star Press Union (Subscription) 29.99

Tiedeman, Dawn (Janitorial) 171.00

Treasurer of State (Withholdings) 1,079.52

Visa: (Theisen’s) 43.96; (BP) 364.51;

(Wal-Mart) 46.84; (Postage) 90.29

(Oriental Trading) 137.80;
(Dollar Tree) 116.91

Wellmark Blue Cross (Insurance) 937.25

Yoder, Tim (Mileage) 25.68

Sewer Fund Expenditures:

Ace Electric (Generator Repair) 3,454.61

Alliant (Electric) 3,460.09

Central State Bank (Auto) 100.50

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Furler Utilities (Maint/Testing) 2,462.80

Gann, Janet (Salary) 1,962.37

Iowa One Call (Locations) 32.40

Iowa Radio (Batteries) 60.62

Postmaster 151.30

South Slope (Telephone) 37.29

Treasurer of State (Quarter Sales Tax)184.17

Garbage Fund Expenditures:

Benton County Disposal (Tipping) 1,195.50

Johnson County Refuse (Hauling) 5,742.75

Expenditure Total: 48,817.52

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Randy Bauer, Mayor

ATTEST:

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Janet L. Gann, MMC, IaCMC

City Clerk

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