• OSKALOOSA CITY COUNCIL REGULAR...

OSKALOOSA CITY COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING September 5, 2017 The Oskaloosa City Council met in regular session on Tuesday, September 5, 2017, at 6:00 p.m. with Mayor Krutzfeldt presiding and the following members answering roll call: Burnett, Caligiuri, Jimenez, Moore, Ver Steeg, Walling and Yates. Absent: None. Julie and Trevor Wells, JulieÕs CafŽ, 216 South Market Street; Jerry Slobe, owner of business at 121 High Avenue West; Deb Sedrel, owner of business at 119 South Market Street; Glenda Booy, owner of business at 202 1st Avenue East; and Brian Meyers, owner of business at 101 South Market Street, commented on parking enforcement; and Royce Spoelstra, 183 Highland, commented on the rental inspection program. It was moved by Caligiuri, seconded by Ver Steeg to approve the consent agenda: August 21, 2017 City Council Regular Meeting Minutes September 5, 2017 Agenda Receive and file the following reports and communications from advisory and operating boards and commissions: August 9, 2017 South Central Regional Airport Agency Minutes August 15, 2017 Civil Service Commission Minutes August 7, 2017 Airport Commission Minutes Payment of claims for August 2017. The roll was called and the vote was: AYES: Burnett, Caligiuri, Jimenez, Moore, Ver Steeg, Walling and Yates NAYS: None Whereupon the Mayor declared said motion approved. Caligiuri introduced Resolution No. 17-09-126 entitled ÒRESOLUTION SCHEDULING A TIME FOR HEARING FOR CONSIDERING THE MATTER OF LEVYING A SPECIAL ASSESSMENT AGAINST PRIVATE PROPERTY FOR WEED CUTTING BY THE CITY IN ACCORDANCE WITH SECTION 8.20 OF THE CITY CODE OF THE CITY OF OSKALOOSA, IOWA, AND DIRECTING NOTICE TO THE OWNER OF THE PROPERTY TO BE ASSESSEDÓ and moved its approval. Ver Steeg seconded the motion. The roll was called and the vote was: AYES: Burnett, Caligiuri, Jimenez, Moore, Ver Steeg, Walling and Yates NAYS: None Whereupon the Mayor declared said resolution duly adopted. Caligiuri introduced Resolution No. 17-09-127 entitled ÒA RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING ENTERING INTO AN AGREEMENT WITH THE IOWA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION AND THE UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY FOR INSTALLING SAFETY IMPROVEMENTS AT THE RAILROAD-HIGHWAY GRADE CROSSING ON 6TH AVENUE WESTÓ and moved its approval. Ver Steeg seconded the motion. The roll was called and the vote was: AYES: Burnett, Caligiuri, Jimenez, Moore, Ver Steeg, Walling and Yates NAYS: None Whereupon the Mayor declared said resolution duly adopted. It was moved by Caligiuri, seconded by Ver Steeg to approve Pay Application No. 3 - Final in the amount of $12,615.97 to TK Concrete Inc. for the North C Street Curb and Gutter Replacement Project. The roll was called and the vote was: AYES: Burnett, Caligiuri, Jimenez, Moore, Ver Steeg, Walling and Yates NAYS: None Whereupon the Mayor declared said motion approved. It was moved by Caligiuri, seconded by Ver Steeg to approve Pay Application No. 4 in the amount of $139,495.99 to Drish Construction Inc. for the 2017 Sanitary and Storm Sewer Improvements Project. The roll was called and the vote was: AYES: Burnett, Caligiuri, Jimenez, Moore, Ver Steeg, Walling and Yates NAYS: None Whereupon the Mayor declared said motion approved. It was moved by Caligiuri, seconded by Ver Steeg to approve Pay Application No. 2 in the amount of $43,826.38 to DC Concrete&Construction LLC for the South 7th Street Concrete Pavement Rehabilitation Project. The roll was called and the vote was: AYES: Burnett, Caligiuri, Jimenez, Moore, Ver Steeg, Walling and Yates NAYS: None Whereupon the Mayor declared said motion approved. It was moved by Caligiuri, seconded by Ver Steeg to approve Pay Application No. 3 - Final in the amount of $128,477.69 to DeLong Construction Inc. for the Sheriff Avenue Reconstruction Project. The roll was called and the vote was: AYES: Burnett, Caligiuri, Jimenez, Moore, Ver Steeg, Walling and Yates NAYS: None Whereupon the Mayor declared said motion approved. Caligiuri introduced Resolution No. 17-09-128 entitled ÒRESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO SIGN THE CERTIFICATE OF SUBSTANTIAL COMPLETION FOR THE SHERIFF AVENUE RECONSTRUCTION PROJECTÓ and moved its approval. Ver Steeg seconded the motion. The roll was called and the vote was: AYES: Burnett, Caligiuri, Jimenez, Moore, Ver Steeg, Walling and Yates NAYS: None Whereupon the Mayor declared said resolution duly adopted. The Mayor announced there were vacancies on the Airport Commission, Building Code Board of Appeals, Historic Preservation Commission, Library Board, Municipal Housing Agency, and Planning and Zoning Commission. No action was taken on levying a special assessment against private property for cutting and removal of weeds by the city of Oskaloosa, Iowa in accordance with Title 8, Chapter 8.20 of the City Code of the city of Oskaloosa, Iowa. The Mayor announced this was the time and place for the public hearing on levying a special assessment against private property owned by Brian Holliday at 115 South M Street in Oskaloosa, Iowa, for clean up to abate a nuisance. There were no oral or written comments received. Moore introduced Resolution No. 17-09-129 entitled ÒRESOLUTION LEVYING A SPECIAL ASSESSMENT AGAINST THE PROPERTY OWNED BY BRIAN HOLLIDAY AT 115 SOUTH M STREET IN OSKALOOSA, IOWA FOR CLEAN UP TO ABATE A NUISANCE EXISTING PURSUANT TO THE ORDER OF THE MAHASKA COUNTY DISTRICT COURTÓ and moved its approval. Burnett seconded the motion. The roll was called and the vote was: AYES: Burnett, Caligiuri, Jimenez, Moore, Ver Steeg, Walling and Yates NAYS: None Whereupon the Mayor declared said resolution duly adopted. Moore introduced Resolution No. 17-09-130 entitled ÒA RESOLUTION AMENDING THE RENTAL HOUSING INSPECTION PROGRAM REGISTRATION LATE FEEÓ and moved its approval. Yates seconded the motion. The roll was called and the vote was: AYES: Burnett, Caligiuri, Jimenez, Moore, Ver Steeg, Walling and Yates NAYS: None Whereupon the Mayor declared said resolution duly adopted. Yates introduced Resolution No. 17-09-131 entitled ÒRESOLUTION TO APPROVE A PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT BETWEEN GARDEN&ASSOCIATES, LTD. AND THE CITY OF OSKALOOSA TO PROVIDE ENGINEERING SERVICES FOR ROAD IMPROVEMENTS AT THE LACEY RECREATIONAL COMPLEXÓ and moved its approval. Caligiuri seconded the motion. The roll was called and the vote was: AYES: Burnett, Caligiuri, Jimenez, Moore, Ver Steeg, Walling and Yates NAYS: None Whereupon the Mayor declared said resolution duly adopted. Jimenez introduced Resolution No. 17-09-132 entitled ÒRESOLUTION ACCEPTING THE WORK OF TK CONCRETE INC. FOR THE NORTH C STREET CURB AND GUTTER REPLACEMENT PROJECTÓ and moved its approval. Ver Steeg seconded the motion. The roll was called and the vote was: AYES: Burnett, Caligiuri, Jimenez, Moore, Ver Steeg, Walling and Yates NAYS: None Whereupon the Mayor declared said resolution duly adopted. It was moved by Caligiuri, seconded by Ver Steeg to approve Pay Application No. 2 Ð Final in the amount of $17,665.30 to Popson Construction for work completed on the North 3rd Street Sidewalk Project. The roll was called and the vote was: AYES: Burnett, Caligiuri, Jimenez, Moore, Ver Steeg, Walling and Yates NAYS: None Whereupon the Mayor declared said motion approved. Pastor Jeremy Empie and Jerry Slobe addressed City Council regarding parking restrictions and enforcement. Yates introduced ÒAN ORDINANCE TO REVISE THE PARKING REGULATIONS IN THE OSKALOOSA DOWNTOWN AREA BY AMENDING CHAPTER 10.48 Ð ÒPARKING REGULATIONS GENERALLYÓ AND CHAPTER 10.52 Ð ÒTWO HOUR CENTRAL BUSINESS DISTRICT PARKINGÓ OF THE MUNICIPAL CODE OF THE CITY OF OSKALOOSA, IOWAÓ with Item No. 1 changed to three hour parking limit, and removal of Item No. 2, and moved its approval on the first reading. Caligiuri seconded the motion. The roll was called and the vote was: AYES: Burnett, Caligiuri, Jimenez, Moore, Ver Steeg, Walling and Yates NAYS: None Whereupon the Mayor declared said ordinance approved on the first reading. Ver Steeg introduced ÒAN ORDINANCE TO CONVERT THREE INTERSECTIONS IN THE OSKALOOSA DOWNTOWN AREA FROM TWO-WAY STOPS TO FOUR-WAY STOPS BY AMENDING CHAPTER 10.24 Ð ÒSTOP AND YIELD REQUIREMENTSÓ OF THE MUNICIPAL CODE OF THE CITY OF OSKALOOSA, IOWAÓ and moved its approval on the first reading. Caligiuri seconded the motion. The roll was called and the vote was: AYES: Burnett, Caligiuri, Jimenez, Moore, Ver Steeg, Walling and Yates NAYS: None Whereupon the Mayor declared said ordinance approved on the first reading. It was moved by Caligiuri, seconded by Ver Steeg that the meeting adjourn. Motion carried unanimously. The meeting adjourned at 7:16 p.m. David Krutzfeldt, Mayor ATTEST: Amy Miller, City Clerk City of Oskaloosa Claims List A1 Janitorial Supply, Cleansers 480.00 Access Systems, IT support 3,077.93 Acco, Supplies 902.05 Advanced Analytical Solutions, Chemicals Ð Wastewater 79.00 Agriland FS Inc., Sodium bicarbonate 212.00 Ahlers&Cooney P.C., Legal services - Bond related 215.00 AlcoPro Inc, Supplies 168.00 Allied Gas&Chemical, Chemicals - Public Works 405.00 Amazon, Library materials/supplies 2,799.75 Amy Miller, Reimburse travel expense 80.10 Aramark Uniform&Career Apparel, LLC, Rubber mats 278.22 Area XV Regional Planning Commission, Facade grant administration 831.53 Arnold Motor Supply, Filters 290.79 Austin Rogers, Reimburse meal expense 17.98 Axon Enterprise Inc, Taser supplies 324.80 Bates Funeral Chapel, Fire Station dedication plaque 1,627.87 Bibliotheca LLC, Annual support 2,279.55 Bill&Ray's Auto Service Inc, Tow vehicle 96.29 Binns&Stevens, Calcium Chloride 170.40 C.H. McGuiness Co. Inc, Repair motor - Wastewater plant 1,715.85 Calhoun-Burns and Associates Inc., Professional services - NE Bridge replacement 1,600.20 Capital City Equipment Co, Parts for repair 343.55 Cardiac Science Corp, AED supplies 172.62 Carpenter Uniform Co, Uniforms 352.96 Cellular Advantage, Supplies 149.96 Century Lawn&Termite Service Inc, Nuisance mowing 130.00 Certified Pest Control, Pest control 152.00 Christian Opportunity Center, Cleaning services - Public Works 90.60 Christner Contracting, Inc., Payment #3 - Facade improvement project 36,683.30 City of Pella, Regional airport expense 304.78 Culligan Water Conditioning, September water services 30.95 Cunningham Inc., Repair air conditioning - North Treatment Plant 4,597.87 Curtis Architecture and Design PC, Professional services - Facade improvement project 2,040.00 David D. Dixon, August legal fees 2,200.00 DC Concrete&Construction LLC, Payment #1 - South 7th St Concrete Rehabilitation 76,814.54 DDVI Inc, Payment #15 - Fire Station construction 19,906.81 DeLong Construction Inc, Payment #2 - Sheriff Ave Reconstruction 226,369.52 Delta Dental of Iowa, Dental insurance 721.00 Drish Construction Inc., Payment #3 - 2017 Sewer Improvements 284,947.74 Edel Inc, Concrete work 3,625.00 Edward D Jones, Savings Edward Jones 500.00 E-Z Sales&Rentals, Furniture - Fire Station 2,288.79 Falvey Lumber and Hardware, Supplies 49.00 Fastenal Company, Supplies 12.24 FastSpring, Annual subscription - Timeclock MTS 25.00 Fidelity Security Life Insurance Company, Vision insurance 223.76 Forterra Building Products Inc, Manhole section 1,980.00 Fox Engineering Associates Inc, Professional services - Wastewater Facility study 600.00 Gall's LLC, Uniforms 166.70 Garden&Associates LTD, Professional services 65,224.26 Gladys Genskow, Reimburse pool concessions 15.00 Grainger, Parts for repairs 795.20 Hach Company, Lab supplies 743.91 Haines Auto Supply, Supplies 283.23 Hawkins Inc, Supplies 320.70 Hol Drainage Inc, Sewer repair - South 7th St 12,000.00 HR Green Inc, Professional services - Brownfields Grant 12,527.36 I.U.P.A.T. District Council 81, Union dues 299.98 IA Munic Workers Comp Assoc, Work comp payment #4 3,248.00 IDALS, License renewal Ð Smith 15.00 Ideal Ready Mix Company Inc, Tools 75.00 Ingram Library Services, Library materials 143.16 Interstate Battery Systems, Battery 90.95 Iowa Department of Natural Resources, Storm water discharge permits 700.00 Iowa Employment Conference, Registration Ð Miller 249.00 Iowa League of Cities, Registration - Krutzfeldt, Schrock 23.26 Iowa Prison Industries, Street signs 510.73 Iowa State Institute for Transportation, Registration - Vroegh, Humphrey 150.00 Iowa Water Environmental Association, Registration - Witt, VanderMeyden 330.00 Jetco Inc., Replace digester Panelview screen 3,507.70 John Deere Financial, Supplies 535.97 Kelly Supply Company, Supplies 750.39 Keltek Inc, Car computers - Police Dept 26,021.63 Keystone Laboratories Inc, Monthly NPDES permit testing 1,223.20 Knox Company, Knox box Ð Library 346.00 Kraig Ford, Vehicle repair - Police Dept 1,935.97 Lappin Tire Inc, Tire repair 60.00 Lawson Products Inc., Tools 185.02 Local Disposal Inc, Waste removal 90.00 Madison National Life, August life insurance premium 501.43 Mahaska, Ice machine rental 85.00 Mahaska Co Clerk of Court, Municipal infraction filing fees 255.00 Mahaska Co Highway Dept, Fuel 2,271.48 Mahaska Comm Recreation Foundation Inc., August hotel/motel tax 27,348.05 Mahaska Communication Group, LLC, Telephone services 2,358.09 Mahaska Health Partnership, Professional services 973.32 Malcom Lumber Window&Door Center, Sand 75.28 Marion County Sheriff, Annual license Ð Cellebright 616.66 Michael Todd, Brackets 237.36 MidAmerican Energy, Utilities 20,688.73 Midwest Sanitation Service, Waste removal 65.00 MidWestOne Insurance Services Inc., Add vehicle to insurance 25.00 Minitex Ð CPP, Tattletapes 1,240.00 Misty D. White-Reinier, August legal fees 1,800.00 Municipal Pipe Tool Co, Parts for repair Ð Jetter 1,810.55 Municipal Supply Inc, Marking paint 143.60 Musco Sports Lighting, Signs 10.00 Nathan Willey, Reimburse professional expenses 166.85 Naviant, Inc, Annual services 7,960.00 Norris Asphalt Paving Inc, Asphalt - North C St project 2,097.00 Northern Safety Co. Inc., Safety supplies 85.75 O'Halloran International Inc., Replace engine - Public Works 16,098.75 Onthank Concrete Concepts LLC, Sidewalk panels - Edmundson Dr 775.00 O'Reilly Auto Parts, Supplies 3.69 Oskaloosa Glass& Millwork Inc., Repair doors - Golf club house 9,850.00 Oskaloosa Herald/Shopper, Publications 930.12 Oskaloosa Service Center, Batteries - Fire Dept 300.90 Oskaloosa Water Dept, July credit card fees 1,298.67 Overbergen Electric Inc, Replace breakers - City Square 398.21 Pitney Bowes Inc (Supplies), Postage machine lease Ð Library 74.97 Pitney Bowes Inc., Postage machine lease 143.01 Pitney Bowes Reserve Account, Postage 200.00 Popson Construction LLC, Payment #1 - North 3rd St sidewalk 26,055.50 PPME 2003 IBPAT, Police union dues 327.07 Precise Imaging, Name plate 16.10 Premier Office Equipment Inc., Copier maintenance 347.05 Quill Corporation, Furniture - Fire Station 6,802.16 Rockmount Research&Alloys Inc, Welding supplies 186.23 Rohrbach Associates PC Architects, Professional services - Fire Station project 1,425.50 Schumacher Elevator Company, Scheduled maintenance 360.62 Sherwin-Williams, Paint 102.80 Sioux Sales Company, Testing kits 187.90 State of Iowa, Annual filing fee Ð 509A 100.00 Summit Companies, Annual services Ð Parks/Pool 209.25 SupplyWorks, Supplies 388.56 Swim's Sports, Office of the Year plaque 60.00 The Office Center Inc., Supplies 212.02 The Wall Street Journal, Annual subscription 443.88 Tiffany Layne Photography, Photographs - City Band 200.00 TK Concrete Inc, Payment #2 - North C St curb/gutter project 93,334.55 Trans-Iowa Equipment LLC, Wheels for camera 3,153.79 True Value Hardware, Supplies 260.90 Turfwerks, Controllers - Edmundson Golf 10,965.69 U.S. Cellular, Telephone services 115.06 United Way, United Way 20.00 UnityPoint Clinic-Occupational Medicine, Professional services 113.00 Veenstra&Kimm, Inc., Building permit services 15,339.41 Veenstra Construction Inc, Maintenance - Vanderwilt Park baseball fields 1,150.00 Verizon Wireless, Broadband services 288.35 Walmart Community/GECRB, Supplies 782.91 Washington County Health Department, 2017 pool inspection 568.00 Windstream, Telephone services 133.18 Zep Sales and Service, Cleansers 494.23 Ziegler Inc., Parts for repair 854.68 1,081,417.48 Expenditures Revenue General Fund 83,384.16 19,858.45 General Fund Insurance Fund 3,260.75 0.00 Library Copier Revolving Fund 49.40 715.56 General Fund Band 279.96 0.00 Road Use Tax 35,157.82 65.68 Hotel/Motel Tax Revenue Fund 27,348.05 0.00 Housing Fund 0.00 7.00 Riefe Memorial Fund 3,600.00 0.00 Library Memorial Fund 3,976.56 25,003.91 Miscellaneous Gift Fund 355.83 36,306.07 Police Forfeiture Fund 616.66 0.00 Brownfield Sites Assessment Grant Fund 12,527.36 0.00 Park Shelter Capital Improvement 53.60 360.00 Fire Station Addition and Remodel Project 31,872.22 0.00 Faade Improvement Grant Project 39,554.83 8,599.49 NE Bridge Replacement Project 1,600.20 0.00 South D Street Reconstruction Fund 11,889.82 0.00 Pavement Management 409,077.96 0.00 Sidewalk Improvements Project 54.84 0.00 Sanitary Sewer O&M Fund 165,334.09 0.00 Sanitary Sewer Revenue Fund 0.00 7,971.37 Sanitary Sewer Capital Improvements Fund 47,938.26 0.00 Airport Fund 0.00 1,323.83 Storm Water Utility Fund 180,172.60 42.59 Edmundson Golf Course Fund 22,251.45 0.00 Copier/Fax Revolving Fund 459.63 2.00 Employee Health Self-Insurance 601.43 1,449.00 1,081,417.48 101, 704.95 August Payroll 306,498.58 Boston, Troy, Cell phone reimbursement 20.00 Calzaretta, Michael, Cell phone reimbursement 20.00 Jensen, Andrew, Cell phone reimbursement 20.00 McGee, John, Cell phone reimbursement 20.00 Moore, Scott, Cell phone reimbursement 20.00 Murphy, Sean, Cell phone reimbursement 20.00 Neff, Mark, Cell phone reimbursement 20.00 Pal, Akhilesh, Cell phone reimbursement 20.00 Schrock Jr, Michael, Cell phone reimbursement 20.00 Vander Meyden, Bruce, Cell phone reimbursement 20.00 Vroegh, Grant, Cell phone reimbursement 20.00 Willey, Nathan, Cell phone reimbursement 20.00 Witt, Nicky, Cell phone reimbursement 20.00
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