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ITY OF CAMANCHE

CITY COUNCIL

DECEMBER 19, 2017



The City Council of the City of Camanche, Iowa met in regular session December 19, 2017 at 6:00 p.m. at the Camanche City Hall. Present on roll call: Mayor Willis, presiding, and the following named council members: Metzger, Saxon, Varner and Lind. Absent: Wruck. Also present was City Attorney John Frey, City Administrator Andrew Kida, department heads Hilgendorf, Reid, and Schutte.



A moment of silent prayer was observed. Mayor Willis led the Pledge of Allegiance.



Moved by Varner, second by Lind to approve the Amended Agenda. On roll call – all ayes.



Mayor Willis administered Oath of Office for Jason Plozel, Police Officer 3rd Class.



City Administrator Andrew Kida administered Oath of Office for Mayor Trevor Willis.



Mayor Willis administered Oath of Office for Councilman Brent Brightman, Councilwoman Tammy Campie and Councilman Danny Weller.



Moved by Lind, second by Saxon to approve the Consent Agenda which covered the following items: Approve minutes from council meeting held December 5, 2017; approve Abstract No. 694 which includes the following:



AIR CONTROL INC

CLEAN,REPAIR LIBRARY HVAC 438.02

BAKER & TAYLOR COMPANY

BOOKS/DVDS 36.32

BLAIN'S FARM & FLEET

DIESEL OIL 309.84

BOSS INC

LABELS PD, ORGANIZERS CITY HALL 171.95

CAMANCHE VOL FIRE DEPT

STAMPS, CSA REGISTRATION
139.00

CAMANCHE WATER WORKS

4TH QTR WATER/SEWER
522.42

CLINTON HERALD

LEGAL PUBLICATIONS
1,206.69

CITY OF CLINTON

28E SEWER CONTRACT
24,000.00

CLINTON NATIONAL BANK

FED/FICA TAX 11,206.25

CL CO AREA SOLID WASTE

YARD WASTE, TIRE DISPOSAL
202.36

COLLECTION SERVICES CTR

GARNISHMENT 646.16

DETERMANN ASPHALT PAVING

STREET SWEEPING, COLD PATCH 4,550.40

E C I A

CODIFICATION 486.00

EASTERN IA LIGHT & POWER

SECURITY LIGHTING 95.61

GALE

BOOKS/DVDS 50.39

GATEWAY SUPPLY LTD

DEODORIZERS-CHALL,CCTR,GLOVES PW
77.12

HARTZ LOCK COMPANY

SVC CALL, KEYS, REKEY CYLINDER 163.50

HOME DEPOT CREDIT SERVICE

BOARDS 21ST AVE BARRICADE 57.39

IOWA LAW ENFORCEMENT

TASER CERT TRAINING-SHERMAN 225.00

INGRAM BOOK COMPANY

BOOKS/DVDS 925.37

J & C ENTERPRISES

DECEMBER COLLECTION
198.00

KWIK TRIP/KWIK STAR STORE

PW 251.257 FIRE 61.03 AMB 24.949 1,625.76

POLICE 276.659 CEMETERY 60.191

LECTRONICS INC

RADIO MAINTENANCE FEE
252.50

MASTERCARD

MLA WELLER,BRIGHTMAN,CAMPIE,SC 1,784.52

MEDIACOM

INTERNET 114.04

MERCY MEDICAL CENTER-CLIN

PHARMACEUTICALS-NOVEMBER 2017 36.00

MICROMARKETING LLC

BOOKS/DVDS 29.99

MIDWEST BUSINESS PRODUCTS

COPIES-CITY HALL 74.70

MUNICIPAL FIRE & POLICE

MUNICIPAL PENSN 7,670.51

PAULS DISCOUNT

PAINT,MARKERS,SCREWS,CL ALLOW 182.75

POSTMASTER

MAIL 4TH QTR WATER/SEWER BILLS 442.36

PRAXAIR DISTRIBUTION INC

CYLINDER RENTAL 69.75

QC ANALYTICAL SERVICES

WATER TESTING 70.00

SECRETARY OF STATE

NOTARY SHERMAN KIDA SCHNEIDER 90.00

SOUTHPARK PSYCHOLOGY LTD

PRE-EMPLOYMENT SCREEN SHERMAN 350.00

TEAM TWO INC

AMBULANCE BILLING NOV 2017 642.03

LIBRARY PETTY CASH

DVD,INK,NAPKINS,WATER,P TOWELS 86.63

THE LIBRARY STORE

LABELS,PROTECTORS,BOOK ENDS 259.37

TREAT AMERICA

LOGAN SHERMAN ILEA TRAIN MEAL 3,059.35

UNIFORM DEN

UNIFORMS-SHERMAN 222.17

VERTEX CHEMICAL COMPANY

95 GAL SODIUM HYPOCHLORITE 140.60

1ST GATEWAY CREDIT UNION

1ST GATEWAY CU 904.00

LIBRARIAN'S CHOICE

DVDS/BOOKS 87.38

PREMIER PARTS INC

BATTERY,HOSE,BRAKE PADS,BULBS 203.55

CENTURYLINK

TELEPHONE EXPENSE
704.05

XOP NETWORKS

FIREBAR SERVICE 660.00

OPENEDGE

NOVEMBER CREDIT CARD FEES 196.50

RJ EDENS RENTAL PROPERT

3RD STREET TIF REFUND
5,554.43

ANNA EVANS

LIBRARY DECORATIONS,SNACKS
36.48

PROQUEST LLC

HERITAGE QUEST ONLINE
833.00

UNIQUE MANAGEMENT SERV

COLLECTIONS-LIBRARY 8.95

EASTERN IOWA PETRO

421.6 GAL DYED DIESEL
1,433.44

CONTINUOUS TOUCH, LLC

SIP TRUNKING 153.90

TROY ALDERMAN

WELLNESS 153.47

PLATINUM LEASING

LEASE SERVER,PHONE,DESKTOPS 1,462.00

CASEY'S GENERAL STORES

SEWER JET 5.01 PW 499.71
496.14

FREY, HAUFE & CURRENT PLC

LEGAL SERVICES NOV 2017
10,393.21

R & R WINDOW WASHING

WASH WINDOWS-CITY HALL
45.00

UNITED RENTALS

BOOM RENT-INSTALL XMAS LIGHTS 280.73

HSA ACCOUNTS

HSA- EMPLOYEE 860.00

XEROX BUSINESS SERV LLC

COPIER - FIRE DEPT 82.21

ARAMARK

MATS,TOWELS,RUGS PW,CHALL,CCENTER 308.80

MIDAMERICAN-STREET

STREET LIGHTING 2,958.76

PLATINUM LEASING SERVICE

SUPPORT,MONITORING,BACKUPS 1,025.00

CLINTON OCC HEALTH

PREEMP DRUG SCREEN MICHAELSEN 38.00

BRENT BRIGHTMAN

MILEAGE,VOLUNTEER AMB PARTICIPATION 186.24

CLINTON ROTARY CLUB

A KIDA QTRLY MEMBERSHIP DUES 191.00

TIMOTHY MICHAELSEN

WELLNESS 191.46

CLIMATE ENGINEERS

REPAIR FURNACE TREATMENT FACIL 3,405.52

MIKE ANDERSON

VOLUNTEER AMB PARTICIPATION 48.00

ERIC DAU

VOLUNTEER AMB PARTICIPATION 225.00

KEVIN DECKER

VOLUNTEER AMB PARTICIPATION 54.00

JEFF HACKNEY

VOLUNTEER AMB PARTICIPATION 36.00

CORY SNODGRASS

VOLUNTEER AMB PARTICIPATION 27.00

DANNY WELLER

VOLUNTEER AMB PARTICIPATION 342.00

BRIAN WERNICK

VOLUNTEER AMB PARTICIPATION 105.00

DUANE WIESE

VOLUNTEER AMB PARTICIPATION 8.00

JEFF WILLGING

VOLUNTEER AMB PARTICIPATION 80.00

TODD POWERS

VOLUNTEER AMB PARTICIPATION 111.00

NEAL TIMMER

VOLUNTEER AMB PARTICIPATION 255.00

TOM FRANKLIN

VOLUNTEER AMB PARTICIPATION 114.00

JESSIE BAUGHMAN

VOLUNTEER AMB PARTICIPATION 42.00

MITCH JAHNS

VOLUNTEER AMB PARTICIPATION 195.00

PAUL MCCOY

VOLUNTEER AMB PARTICIPATION 95.00

JORDAN MOORE

VOLUNTEER AMB PARTICIPATION 125.00

MICHELLE PRUETT

VOLUNTEER AMB PARTICIPATION 380.00

BRANDON SMITH

VOLUNTEER AMB PARTICIPATION 41.00

TRISH GRAVES

VOLUNTEER AMB PARTICIPATION 100.00

DENNIS KELLY

VOLUNTEER AMB PARTICIPATION 5.00

CHRIS MARSH

VOLUNTEER AMB PARTICIPATION 75.00

GREG NELSON

VOLUNTEER AMB PARTICIPATION 42.00

ALLEN SCHUTTE

VOLUNTEER AMB PARTICIPATION 200.00

LYNCH DALLAS, P.C.

ATTY FEES-EMPLOYMENT INVEST. 3,165.00

TREASURER STATE OF IOWA

NOVEMBER 2017 SALES TAX
406.37

DEPOSIT REFUNDS

REFUND DATE 12/06/2017

74.10

PAYROLL CHECKS

PAYROLL CHECKS ON 12/06/2017

5,462.57

PAYROLL CHECKS

PAYROLL CHECKS ON 12/15/2017

31,216.72

ACCOUNTS PAYABLE

CLAIMS TOTAL: 102,080.41



GENERAL FUND

79,395.55



LIBRARY FUND

5,881.95



PARKS FUND

1,453.89



CEMETERY FUND

1,194.40



ROAD USE FUND

9,707.43



EDENS - TIF FUND

5,554.43



WATER UTILITY FUND FUND

3,901.43



SEWER UTILITY FUND FUND

31,542.36



LANDFILL/GARBAGE FUND

202.36



Receive, accept and place on file the minutes from Park and Recreation Board meeting held on December 5, 2017. Accept City Clerk/Treasurer’s Report for November 2017. Approve Tax Abatement application for 1460 Lawrence Avenue submitted by Dillon Burke. Approve Class C Liquor License, with Catering, Outdoor Service and Sunday Sales effective 1/1/2018 for J. E. G. Enterprise, LLC dba Imperial Lanes, pending dram shop. Approve reappointment of Karla Morgan to Cemetery Board, Yvonne Henn, Pam Hoge and Tammy Johnson to Planning and Zoning terms ending January 1, 2023. Approve the appointment of Gary Kampe to Board of Adjustment term ending January 1, 2023. On roll call –Lind, Varner and Saxon; nay – Metzger.



Chief Reid read the Police Department report for the month of November. Chief Schutte read the Fire Department for the month of November.



Moved by Saxon, second by Lind to approve a Resolution to Destroy Certain City Records. On roll call – all ayes.



Moved by Saxon, second by Varner to install an automatic gate at the City Garage for safety and security purposes by River City Fencing at a cost of $8,249.00. On roll call – all ayes.



City Administrator Kida stated he held a budget training for the new Council Members. He also made pamphlets available for the Winter Iowa Senior Games.



Mayor Willis thanked the Kiwanis and all of the volunteers who helped with assembling and distributing the food boxes. He also stated that the Community Dinner was great and well attended with about 200 in attendance and 50 meals delivered. He thanked the outgoing council members for their service and wished everyone a Merry Christmas and a safe and happy holiday season.



Metzger informed everyone about an informational meeting about drug usage in the Clinton area to be held at Clinton Middle School Wednesday night. She also expressed appreciation to the outgoing councilmembers for their service and help.



Varner stated the coordination of assembling the food boxes was impressive. He also thanked the outgoing councilmembers for their service and wished everyone a Merry Christmas.



Lind wished everyone a safe holiday season.



Saxon expressed appreciation for the privilege of serving the people of Camanche.



Chief Reid informed everyone of a $1,000 grant from Lyondell to start a senior program.



At 6:18 p.m. the Mayor adjourned the meeting.


Trevor Willis
Mayor

Sheryl Jindrich

City Clerk/Treasurer
Published: January 2, 2018



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CITY OF CLINTON

NATIONAL POLLUTANT

DISCHARGE

ELIMINATION

SYSTEM

NOTICE DATE: 12-27-2017



The Iowa Department of Natural Resources is proposing to approve an application for reissuance of an NPDES (National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System) permit for the discharges described below:



DISCHARGER NAME AND ADDRESS:

CLINTON CITY OF STP

1901 BEAVER CHANNEL PARKWAY

CLINTON, IOWA 52732



LOCATION: Township: 81 Range: 06 Section: 23 County: Clinton



DESCRIPTION OF DISCHARGES



001 DISCHARGE FROM AN ACTIVATED SLUDGE WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT

RECEIVING STREAM: BEAVER SLOUGH



006 FIRST AVENUE PUMPING STATION COMBINED SEWER OVERFLOW

RECEIVING STREAM: MISSISSIPPI RIVER



010 20TH AVENUE NORTH PUMPING STATION COMBINED SEWER OVERFLOW

RECEIVING STREAM: MISSISSIPPI RIVER



012 25TH AVENUE NORTH PUMPING STATION COMBINED SEWER OVERFLOW

RECEIVING STREAM: MISSISSIPPI RIVER



013 3RD AVENUE SOUTH STORMWATER PUMPING STATION COMBINED SEWER OVERFLOW

RECEIVING STREAM: MISSISSIPPI RIVER



014 9TH AVENUE NORTH COMBINED SEWER OVERFLOW

RECEIVING STREAM: JOYCE SLOUGH



015 MARGARET STREET PUMPING STATION COMBINED SEWER OVERFLOW

RECEIVING STREAM: BEAVER SLOUGH



016 DISCHARGE FROM THE COMBINED SEWER WET WEATHER TREATMENT FACILITY

RECEIVING STREAM: BEAVER SLOUGH



Stabilized sludge is applied to local land according to state regulations.



Anyone wishing to comment on or object to the proposed issuance of this permit must do so in writing within forty-five (45) days of the date shown at the top of this notice. All comments received will be considered in the final determination. If no objections are received within forty-five (45) days, the Department will issue a final permit. You may request the Department hold a public hearing by submitting a written request stating specific reasons why a hearing should be held.



Comments objections, and requests for hearings may be submitted online using the Wastewater Permit Information Exchange (WWPIE) system at https://programs.iowadnr.gov/wwpie/. Comments, objections, and requests for hearings may also be addressed to the: Iowa Department of Natural Resources, NPDES Section, 502 East 9th Street, Des Moines, IA 50319.



Copies of the proposed permit and other information may be viewed on WWPIE at the web address noted above. This information is also on file and available for public inspection from 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM Monday through Friday at the above street address. In addition, copies of this information may be requested by calling Ryan Olive at (515) 725-1235 or email ryan.olive@dnr.iowa.gov.


Published: January 2, 2018



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CITY OF CLINTON

CITY COUNCIL

DECEMBER 17, 2017



The City Council met in special session, December 19, 2017 at 9:30 A.M. in the City Hall Council Chamber. Present on roll call: Councilmembers: Gassman, Seeley, Allesee, and Odor. Mayor Vulich, Councilmember McGraw, Connell and O’Neill – absent.



M/S, Gassman-Seeley moved to dispense with the reading of the minutes of the regular Committee of the Whole meeting of December 5, 2017 and they be approved as published on December 18, 2017. On roll call, Gassman, Seeley, Allesee, Odor – Yes; McGraw, Connell and O’Neill - absent.



PUBLIC HEARINGS



There were no Public Hearings to come before the Council.



AUDIENCE COMMENT



No persons came before the Council to speak.



CONSENT AGENDA



Councilmember Gassman requested that item #10 be removed to Unfinished Business. Councilmember Seeley requested that item #2 and item #6 be removed to Unfinished Business.



M/S, Gassman-Seeley moved to approve the Consent Agenda as amended. On roll call, Gassman, Seeley, Allesee, Odor – Yes; McGraw, Connell and O’Neill - absent.



1. Committee of the Whole – minutes 12/05/2017 – receive, approve and place on file.



2. Tree Commission – minutes 11/09/2017 – Removed to Unfinished Business.



3. Completed Work Orders – November & December – receive, approve and place on file.



4. Electronic Payments and Transfers – November 2017 – receive, approve and place on file.



5. Summary of Revenues and Receipts – November 2017 – receive, approve and place on file.



6. Resolution – Removed to Unfinished Business - approving Lyondell equipment movement.



7. Resolution No. 2017-498 – denying persons with disabilities residential parking space application.



8. Resolution No. 2017-499 – consenting to modification of equipment for cell tower located at Site #370968 (Emma Young Park).



9. Resolution No. 2017-500 – authorizing Conner Wasson, attorney for Ahlers & Cooney, to act as our environmental representative in reference to Fifth Amendment to the City of Clinton’s Consent Decree with the State of Iowa Attorney General’s Office.



10. Resolution – Removed to Unfinished Business – accepting bid and awarding contract – nuisance and snow removal for 2018 calendar year – Bzzzy B Properties LLC - $25.00 per hour.



11. Resolution No. 2017-501 – approving a Class C Beer Permit with Sunday sales privilege for Porter’s Convenient 66.



12. Resolution No. 2017-502 – approving a Class C Beer Permit and Class B Native Wine Permit with Sunday sales privilege for Lyons Filling Station.



13. Resolution No. 2017-503 – approving a Class C Beer Permit and Class B Native Wine Permit with Sunday sales privilege for Hy-Vee Gas.



MOTIONS, RESOLUTIONS, AND ORDINANCES



M/S, Gassman-Seeley moved that the Claims be received, approved and placed on file. On roll call, Gassman, Seeley, Allesee, Odor – Yes; McGraw, Connell and O’Neill - absent.



CLAIMS 12-19-17



AMERICGROUP REFUND 88.11

BOSS OFFICE SUPPLIES OFFICE SUPPLIES 67.41

CLINTON CO SOLID WASTE LANDFILL FEES 56.32

GALLS INC CLOTHING PURCHASES 131.09

CORVEL CORP MEDICAL CLAIMS ON THE JOB 430.76

CORVEL CORP MEDICAL CLAIMS RETIREES 120.41

CORVEL CORP MEDICAL CLAIMS ON THE JOB 284.24

IOWA PRISON INDUSTRIES CLOTHING PURCHASES 225.00

"MEIER, RANDALL" RETIREMENT INCENTIVE "1,500.00"

"BEARD, ROBIN" RETIREMENT INCENTIVE "1,500.00"

O REILLY AUTOMTIVE INC VEHICLE PARTS/REPAIR 56.04

QUAD CITY & CLINTON OCCUP MEDICAL CLAIMS ON THE JOB 68.00

IOWA POLICE CHIEFS ASSOCI DUES & MEMBERSHIPS 125.00

IOWA POLICE CHIEFS ASSOCI DUES & MEMBERSHIPS 75.00

CLINTON AUTO GROUP VEHICLE & EQUIP REPAIRS 55.00

O DONNELL ACE HARDWARE VEHICLE PARTS/REPAIR 0.63

JOHNSON OIL CO IL VEHICLE & EQUIP MAINTENAN 25.00

CHIEF SUPPLY CLOTHING PURCHASES 614.97

SHANNON FLOORING OTHER PROFESSIONAL SERVIC 490.00

MASTERCARD CELL PHONE CHARGES 1.98

MASTERCARD MEETINGS & CONFERENCES "1,109.77"

MASTERCARD MISCELLANEOUS EXPENSES 5.94

MASTERCARD MINOR COMPUTER EQUIPMENT 0.20

MASTERCARD OFFICE SUPPLIES 42.63

MASTERCARD OTHER OPERATING SUPPLIES 23.97

MASTERCARD OTHER PROFESSIONAL SERVIC 25.00

MASTERCARD MINOR OPERATING EQUIPMENT 38.12

MARY S ALTERATIONS & REPA OTHER PROFESSIONAL SERVIC 21.00

CAMANCHE DISPOSAL LTD OTHER PROFESSIONAL SERVIC 280.00

LECTRONICS INC SECURITY SERVICES 229.00

COMPANY ONE FIRE BUILDING REPAIRS & MAINT 17.50

CENTURYLINK BASIC TELEPHONE SERVICE 851.72

WELLMARK BLUE CROSS/SHIEL MEDICAL INS NON EMPLOYEE 225.20

"FULLAN, JAMES" RETIREMENT INCENTIVE "1,500.00"

"FULLAN, MICHAEL" RETIREMENT INCENTIVE "1,500.00"

GATEWAY SUPPLY SANITATION SUPPLIES 114.41

CORVEL CORP HEALTH INS PROGRAM COSTS 63.62

NATIONAL FIRE PROTECTION DUES & MEMBERSHIPS 175.00

IOWA AMERICAN WATER CO WATER SERVICE 193.74

IOWA STATE UNIVERSITY-BEA TRAINING 100.00

"JOHNSON, MICHAEL R" RETIREMENT INCENTIVE "1,500.00"

PARKER CASSIDY SUPPLY CO BUILDING SUPPLIES 3.57

COMPANY ONE FIRE BUILDING REPAIRS & MAINT 52.50

"REGENWETHER, MARK" RETIREMENT INCENTIVE "1,500.00"

WAGNER CLINIC PHARMACY MEDICAL CLAIMS RETIREES 325.05

TANDEM TIRE & AUTO SERVIC TIRES 473.76

ALLIANT ENERGY UTILITIES ELECTRIC/GAS "1,163.24"

DOWNTOWN AUTO CLINIC VEHICLE & EQUIP REPAIRS 147.29

MEDIACOM INTERNET SERVICES 320.15

"HUIZENGA, DERRIN" FOOD & FOOD ALLOWANCE 25.32

UNLIMITED SOUND ADVICE INSTALLATION 08 SUBURBAN 500.00

O DONNELL ACE HARDWARE BUILDING SUPPLIES 47.11

CENTURYLINK BASIC TELEPHONE SERVICE 482.58

MASTERCARD VEHICLE PARTS/REPAIR 33.56

CLINTON LAWN & POWER SANITATION SUPPLIES 12.00

PHYSIO CONTROL INC OPERATING EQUIP REPAIR/MA "1,253.52"

PRAXAIR DISTRIBUTION INC FIRST AID/SAFETY SUPPLIES 356.89

"BOUND TREE MEDICAL, LLC" FIRST AID/SAFETY SUPPLIES 155.94

MASTERCARD MEETINGS & CONFERENCES 30.00

MASTERCARD MEETINGS & CONFERENCES 60.00

MASTERCARD TRAINING "1,034.00"

MASTERCARD DUES & MEMBERSHIPS "-1,105.00"

MASTERCARD TRAINING 30.00

"MIDWEST MEDICAL SUPPLY, L" FIRST AID/SAFETY SUPPLIES 901.72

"MIDWEST MEDICAL SUPPLY, L" FIRST AID/SAFETY SUPPLIES 17.50

ATM CONCEPTS TRAINING 374.00

ATM CONCEPTS TRAINING 330.00

IOWA FIRE MARSHALLS ASSOC DUES & MEMBERSHIPS 50.00

CLINTON HUMANE SOCIETY CITY GRANT/LOCAL MATCH "8,750.00"

BRINKMAN BLDG CENTER BUILDING SUPPLIES 53.95

CLINTON FEED & GRAIN INC OTHER CHEMICALS/DRUGS 276.00

GATEWAY SUPPLY SANITATION SUPPLIES 33.90

LESLIE ELECTRIC INC BUILDING SUPPLIES 652.32

LESLIE ELECTRIC INC LIGHTHOUSES LED LAMPS "2,825.00"

LESLIE ELECTRIC INC LIGHTHOUSES LED LAMPS "2,387.08"

PARKER CASSIDY SUPPLY CO BUILDING SUPPLIES 8.34

PETERSEN SANITARY OPERATING EQUIP RENTALS 130.00

QUALITY CONCRETE CO OPERATING EQUIP REPAIR/MA 163.00

ARAMARK UNIFORM SERV UNIFORM RENTAL 6.20

ALLIANT ENERGY UTILITIES ELECTRIC/GAS "1,579.86"

SEDONA STAFFING SERVICES OTHER NON-EMPLOYEE SERVCS 909.20

MEDIACOM INTERNET SERVICES 82.90

GOLD STAR FS INC AGRI/LANDSCAPING MATERIAL 440.00

O DONNELL ACE HARDWARE BUILDING SUPPLIES 69.58

PREMIER PARTS INC VEHICLE PARTS/REPAIR 94.01

CENTURYLINK BASIC TELEPHONE SERVICE 26.57

KT MASONRY BUILDING REPAIRS & MAINT "1,200.00"

GREENPLAY LLC PARKS MASTER PLAN 791.70

"BEASLEY, BRUCE" RETIREMENT INCENTIVE "1,500.00"

BOSS OFFICE SUPPLIES OFFICE SUPPLIES 86.31

LESLIE ELECTRIC INC BUILDING SUPPLIES 229.66

"KUHL, JOHN" RECREATION OFFICIALS 78.00

PETERSEN SANITARY OPERATING EQUIP RENTALS 90.00

RHA SERVICE INC BUILDING REPAIRS & MAINT "1,850.00"

YWCA REFUND DEPOSIT HOUSE OF WONDERS 100.00

MEDIACOM INTERNET SERVICES 148.90

"BLOCK, ANGIE" RECREATION OFFICIALS 39.00

O DONNELL ACE HARDWARE BUILDING SUPPLIES 88.90

STATE HYGIENIC LABORATORY OPERATING EQUIP REPAIR/MA 39.00

CENTURYLINK BASIC TELEPHONE SERVICE 334.67

MASTERCARD RECREATIONAL/EDUC SUPPLY 60.65

MASTERCARD DUES & MEMBERSHIPS 265.00

MASTERCARD MINOR OFFICE EQUIPMENT 295.00

MASTERCARD DUES & MEMBERSHIPS 200.00

REPUBLIC SERVICES SANITATION SUPPLIES 487.00

"BEHR, KAITLYN" RECREATION OFFICIALS 22.00

"JONES, KASSIDY" RECREATION OFFICIALS 88.00

COMPANY ONE FIRE BUILDING REPAIRS & MAINT 17.50

BOSS OFFICE SUPPLIES OFFICE SUPPLIES 100.76

"VULICH, MARK" MILEAGE 87.75

"VULICH, MARK" MILEAGE 35.10

MASTERCARD TRAINING 300.00

QUILL CORPORATION DUES & MEMBERSHIPS 69.00

MASTERCARD TRAINING 19.32

MASTERCARD OTHER OPERATING SUPPLIES 89.99

MASTERCARD PAPER & PRINTED MATERIALS 27.30

MASTERCARD TRAINING 399.54

MASTERCARD OFFICE SUPPLIES 12.51

MASTERCARD TRAINING 35.61

WELLMARK BLUE CROSS MISCELLANEOUS EXPENSES 6.62

FINANCE DIRECTOR CASHIER OVERAGES 5.00

FINANCE DIRECTOR OFFICE SUPPLIES 7.48

FINANCE DIRECTOR POSTAGE & SHIPPING 5.47

MASTERCARD INTERNET SERVICES 5.00

MASTERCARD OTHER PROFESSIONAL SERVIC 71.76

BOSS OFFICE SUPPLIES BUILDING SUPPLIES 43.98

ALLIANT ENERGY UTILITIES ELECTRIC/GAS "2,601.53"

KONE ELEVATORS INC OPERATING EQUIP REPAIR/MA 309.49

MEDIACOM INTERNET SERVICES 239.90

CENTURYLINK BASIC TELEPHONE SERVICE 12.88

MASTERCARD BASIC TELEPHONE SERVICE 307.02

MASTERCARD BUILDING SUPPLIES 228.98

BOSS OFFICE SUPPLIES OFFICE SUPPLIES 17.66

MASTERCARD OTHER PROFESSIONAL SERVIC 15.00

ECIA ZONING ASSISTANCE 162.00

GENERAL FUND: 54,222.33



FASTENAL CO MINOR OPERATING EQUIPMENT 54.18

LESLIE ELECTRIC INC OTHER TECHNICAL SERVICES 935.84

ALLIANT ENERGY UTILITIES ELECTRIC/GAS "1,780.27"

ALLIANT ENERGY T-2017 DOWNTOWN STREET LIGHTS "8,145.41"

BOSS OFFICE SUPPLIES OFFICE SUPPLIES 37.29

HARTZ LOCK INC OFFICE SUPPLIES 16.00

PREMIER PARTS INC VEHICLE PARTS/REPAIR 9.04

CHERAMY CONCRETE & MASONR RIVERVIEW DR SIDEWALKS "16,080.38"

MASTERCARD SOFTWARE 75.00

MASTERCARD OFFICE SUPPLIES 294.14

MASTERCARD TOOLS "1,225.00"

SANDHOLT CONCRETE INC 572 WORTH COURT SIDEWALK "1,200.00"

EASTERN IOWA LIGHT-POWER UTILITIES ELECTRIC/GAS 225.97

BOSS OFFICE SUPPLIES OFFICE SUPPLIES 50.09

FASTENAL CO MINOR EQUIPMENT PARTS 67.29

CLINTON CO EXTENSION IOWA CERTIFIED HANDLER MANUAL 45.02

CLINTON ENGINEERING INC N 13TH ST WHITTIER SCHOOL "5,571.06"

LECTRONICS INC VEHICULAR EQUIPMENT 239.60

MIDWEST WHEEL CO VEHICLE PARTS/REPAIR 24.37

ARAMARK UNIFORM SERV UNIFORM RENTAL 74.09

WENDLING QUARRIES INC ROADROCK/GRAVEL 464.26

QUAD CITY SAFETY IN SAFETY EQUIPMENT 138.40

ALLIANT ENERGY UTILITIES ELECTRIC/GAS "1,185.83"

ZARNOTH BRUSH WORKS INC MINOR EQUIPMENT PARTS 778.00

O DONNELL ACE HARDWARE VEHICLE PARTS/REPAIR 25.66

PAYROLL FORMS COM OFFICE SUPPLIES 55.70

CENTURYLINK BASIC TELEPHONE SERVICE 45.63

TEMP ASSOCIATES OTHER NON-EMPLOYEE SERVCS "1,873.48"

MASTERCARD BASIC TELEPHONE SERVICE 43.96

MASTERCARD MTA VEHICLE PARTS/REPAIR 36.54

MULGREW OIL CO OIL/GREASE/OTH LUBRICANT "1,084.63"

DOMESTIC PLUMBING CO INC REFUND PERMIT 350.00

"BRUHN, OTTO" REFUND PERMIT 75.00

TELCOM CONSTRUCTION REFUND PERMIT 75.00

FULL BORE INC REFUND PERMIT 850.00

BENGSTON CONSTRUCTION REFUND PERMIT 350.00

HYVEE FOOD & FOOD ALLOWANCE 695.00

SWEETHEART BAKERY FOOD & FOOD ALLOWANCE 76.33

SPECIAL REVENUE: 44,353.46



DETERMANN ASPHALT PAVING ARMY HOSPITAL GYM FLOOR "14,383.60"

CLINTON ENGINEERING INC RR CROSSING "26,871.00"

CAPITAL PROJECTS: 41,254.60



MILLCREEK APTS SEWER REFUND 37.57

CLINTON PROPERTIES LLC SEWER REFUND 24.39

"DUNHAM, DOUGLAS" SEWER REFUND 20.41

"DAVIS, TINA" SEWER REFUND 20.40

"HESS, JASON" SEWER REFUND 21.40

"KASH, JEAN M" SEWER REFUND 100.00

"TAYLOR, MARK" SEWER REFUND 21.55

"WYNKOOP, NANCY A" SEWER REFUND 8.21

"EBENSBERGER, CAROLYN" SEWER REFUND 35.34

"OBERLANDER, DENISE" SEWER REFUND 61.25

"KEHN, DARYL" SEWER REFUND 123.34

"SIMS, MARTHA L TRUST" SEWER REFUND 57.87

"DOESCHER, MICHAEL J" SEWER REFUND 6.99

"WALTER, MARILYN ESTATE" SEWER REFUND 25.90

AMERICAN WATER OTHER TECHNICAL SERVICES 798.08

ARAMARK UNIFORM SERV UNIFORM RENTAL 473.37

AUTOMATIC SYSTEMS CO OPERATING EQUIP REPAIR/MA "2,842.97"

BODINE SERVICES OF CLINTO OTHER MAINTENANCE/REPAIR 534.39

CANDLELIGHT MARINA OF CLI MANAGEMENT/ADMIN FEES "10,824.00"

CENTURYLINK BASIC TELEPHONE SERVICE 333.39

CLINTON ENGINEERING INC CANDLELIGHT STAIRS "3,033.09"

CLINTON PRINTING INC OTHER OPERATING SUPPLIES 130.00

DEPENDALE DRAIN & PLUMBIN OTHER MAINTENANCE/REPAIR "1,032.00"

EASTERN IOWA LIGHT-POWER UTILITIES ELECTRIC/GAS 752.60

EASTERN IOWA TIRE INC TIRES "1,283.60"

ELECTRIC PUMP OTHER MAINTENANCE/REPAIR 108.09

ELECTRIC SERVICE OF CLINT OPERATING EQUIP REPAIR/MA "1,227.06"

ELLIOT EQUIPMENT CO POSTAGE & SHIPPING 256.81

FINANCE DIRECTOR POSTAGE & SHIPPING 43.86

FISHER SCIENTIFIC LAB SUPPLIES 111.41

HUPP ELECTRIC MOTORS INC OPERATING EQUIP REPAIR/MA 628.24

IOWA AMERICAN WATER CO WATER SERVICE "2,335.84"

IOWA AMERICAN WATER CO WATER SERVICE 27.20

KROS BROADCAST INC ADVERTISING 60.00

LESLIE ELECTRIC INC MINOR OPERATING EQUIPMENT 112.00

LESLIE ELECTRIC INC OTHER TECHNICAL SERVICES 111.00

MASTERCARD MINOR COMPUTER EQUIPMENT 70.98

MASTERCARD BUILDING REPAIRS & MAINT 621.97

MASTERCARD VEHICLE PARTS/REPAIR 193.08

MASTERCARD OFFICE EQUIP REPAIR/MAINT 78.97

MASTERCARD TRAINING 113.00

MASTERCARD MEETINGS & CONFERENCES 137.18

MASTERCARD VEHICLE PARTS/REPAIR 519.83

MEDIACOM INTERNET SERVICES 140.28

MEDIACOM BASIC TELEPHONE SERVICE 118.95

MIDLAND SCIENTIFIC INC LAB SUPPLIES 80.62

MIDWEST WHEEL CO VEHICLE PARTS/REPAIR 104.47

O DONNELL ACE HARDWARE VEHICLE PARTS/REPAIR 34.99

O REILLY AUTOMTIVE INC VEHICLE PARTS/REPAIR 112.85

O.T.R. TIRE VEHICLE PARTS/REPAIR 130.00

O.T.R. TIRE TIRES "1,768.72"

PREMIER PARTS INC VEHICLE PARTS/REPAIR 147.06

QUAD CITY & CLINTON OCCUP MEDICAL/HEALTH CARE SRVS 37.00

QUAD CITY SAFETY IN PROTECTIVE CLOTHING 44.10

QUALITY CONCRETE CO SURFACING MATERIALS 451.00

RHA SERVICE INC LAB SUPPLIES 50.00

"RJN GROUP, INC" BASIN #6 GIS MANHOLE INV PH 4B F "17,411.38"

SPENCER S AUTOMOTIVE VEHICLE PARTS/REPAIR 263.66

SPENCER S AUTOMOTIVE VEHICLE PARTS/REPAIR 36.76

TERMINAL SUPPLY CO TOOLS 254.06

THOMPSON TRUCK & TRAILER VEHICLE PARTS/REPAIR "1,663.55"

"TIESO, BILL" RETIREMENT INCENTIVE "1,500.00"

TRANS-IOWA EQUIPMENT INC VEHICLE PARTS/REPAIR 420.56

TRUCK COUNTRY OF IOWA VEHICLE INVENTORY PARTS 193.44

US POSTMASTER PERMIT 7 "5,000.00"

USA BLUEBOOK SAFETY EQUIPMENT 62.82

HOLM S/AMERICAN RADIATOR VEHICLE PARTS/REPAIR "1,862.31"

ENTERPRISE FUND: 61,247.21



WELLMARK BLUE CROSS/SHIEL MEDICAL INS NON EMPLOYEE 900.80

WELLMARK BLUE CROSS/SHIEL MEDICAL INS NON EMPLOYEE -220.80

IOWA INDIVIDUAL HEALTH BE OTHER PROFESSIONAL SERVIC "4,886.00"

HEALTH INS TRUST: 5,566.00



CLAIMS TOTAL:206,643.60



M/S, Seeley-Gassman moved the Council consider an ordinance for the second time - AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 114 OF THE CLINTON, IOWA, CODE OF ORDINANCES. On roll call, Gassman, Seeley, Allesee, Odor – Yes; McGraw, Connell and O’Neill - absent.



M/S, Gassman-Seeley moved the Council consider an ordinance for the second time - AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 159 OF THE CLINTON, IOWA, CODE OF ORDINANCES. On roll call, Gassman, Seeley, Allesee, Odor – Yes; McGraw, Connell and O’Neill - absent.



M/S, Odor-Gassman moved the Council consider an ordinance for the second time - AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 32 OF THE CLINTON, IOWA, CODE OF ORDINANCES. On roll call, Gassman, Seeley, Allesee, Odor – Yes; McGraw, Connell and O’Neill - absent.



UNFINISHED BUSINESS



Councilmember Seeley inquired about item #2 on the Consent Agenda and asked about the City Tree Inventory. Administrator Matt Brooke stated Street Department Superintendent Creighton Regenwether attended the Tree Commission meeting on November 9, 2017, and the list will be updated. Councilmember Seeley inquired about the option of constructing a prairie at the Liberty Square site. Administrator Brooke stated this option will continue to be explored. Councilmember Seeley inquired about trees planted at Eagle Point Park and stated rods were placed but not fastened. Administrator Brooke stated this would be conveyed to the Tree Commission.



M/S, Seeley-Gassman moved that the Council receive, approve and place on file the November 9, 2017 Tree Commission meeting minutes. On roll call, Gassman, Seeley, Allesee, Odor – Yes; McGraw, Connell and O’Neill - absent.



Councilmember Seeley requested background information for item #6 on the Consent Agenda. Administrator Brooke stated LyondellBasell would be receiving oversized equipment from J.T. Cullen and has requested to utilize 19th Avenue North to transport the equipment. Administrator Brooke stated the fee would be paid to transport oversized equipment and in travelling from Illinois to LyondellBasell, the Engineer did not believe the truck would be able to navigate the turn off the South Bridge (Highway 30) onto South 4th Street. Administrator Brooke stated there would be sixteen total deliveries to LyondellBasell of the oversized equipment.



Roger Johnson, Vice President of J.T. Cullen, stated the equipment measured eighty feet long and the truck would not be able to make the turn from the South Bridge (Highway 30) to South 4th Street, as well as the turn from South 4th Street to Camanche Avenue. Administrator Brooke requested that Mr. Johnson explain the use of a wrecker in transporting the equipment. Mr. Johnson stated a wrecker will be used to adjust the height of the load when traveling over hills/inclines or railroad tracks, to ensure that the load does not scrape the pavement. Administrator Brooke stated the turns from 19th Avenue North to Mill Creek Parkway and Mill Creek Parkway to Highway 30 would be feasible.



Councilmember Allesee inquired with Mr. Johnson if escorts would be present when the loads were being transported. Mr. Johnson answered in the affirmative and stated there would be an escort in the front and the back. Administrator Brooke inquired about the time of day for the equipment delivery. Mr. Johnson stated the equipment would be transported during the daylight hours. Administrator Brooke stated the neighbors would be notified along 19th Avenue North, as well as local law enforcement. Mr. Johnson stated utilizing 19th Avenue North to transport the equipment would be much safer than using the South Bridge (Highway 30) to Camanche Avenue route.



Councilmember Connell joined the meeting.



M/S, Seeley-Gassman moved that the Council adopt Resolution No. 2017-504 approving Lyondell equipment movement. On roll call, Gassman, Seeley, Allesee, Odor, Connell – Yes; McGraw and O’Neill - absent.



Councilmember Gassman stated the Council had requested additional information for item #10 on the Consent Agenda. Jeff Chapman, Battalion Fire Chief and Building and Neighborhood Services Code Official, stated in adding an additional inspector to the Building and Neighborhood Services Department, the work volume has nearly doubled. Battalion Chief Chapman stated bid amounts do tend to vary and this has been seen in prior years.



Councilmember Seeley inquired how many clean ups occurred per week. Battalion Chief Chapman estimated nearly seven hundred clean ups and mowings occur per year. Councilmember Seeley inquired if the hourly contractor fee included the landfill fee. Battalion Chief Chapman stated it did not. Councilmember Seeley inquired about the course of action if a contractor could not keep up with all of the work. Battalion Chief Chapman stated for the 2018 calendar year grass and weeds would be bid out separately from the snow removal and nuisance clean ups. Battalion Chief Chapman stated in the case of emergencies, any contractor can be used.



Administrator Brooke inquired if time and date-stamped photos are used for clean ups. Battalion Chief Chapman answered in the affirmative and stated the Building and Neighborhood Services Department takes photos of a nuisance property when a complaint is received and the contractor is required to take photos of the property before and after the contractor cleans up the property.



M/S, Gassman-Seeley moved that the Council adopt Resolution No. 2017-505 accepting bid and awarding contract – nuisance and snow removal for 2018 calendar year to Bzzzy B Properties LLC at $25.00 per hour. On roll call, Gassman, Seeley, Allesee, Odor, Connell – Yes; McGraw and O’Neill - absent.



M/S, Gassman-Seeley moved to adjourn to 7:00 P.M. January 9, 2018. All in favor.


Julie Allesee
Mayor Pro Tem

Lisa M. Frederick

City Clerk
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