REGULAR MEETING, May 13, 2013

The regular meeting of the Wyoming City Council was held May 13, 2013 at the City Hall. Council members present were Agnitsch, Taylor, Dodge, Gravel and Watters.  Visitors:  Shirley Jones-Midland Times.   Staff:  Gravel and Tjaden.  Mayor Somerville called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m.

Moved by Dodge seconded by Taylor to approve the consent agenda.  Roll call vote. All aye. Motion carried.

AFLAC                                                           INSURANCE                                           $308.85

AGVANTAGE FS, INC                                STREETS SUP                            $55.89

ALLIANT UTILITIES                                     ELECTRIC                                $2,398.05

ALLIANT UTILITIES                                     ELECTRIC                                $3,057.16

ALLIED WASTE SERVICES                     GARBAGE CONTRACT         $2,547.75

ANAMOSA PUBLICATIONS                     MUSEUM ADVERTISING          $150.00

BAKER & TAYLOR                                     LIBRARY BOOKS                        $10.07

BARCO MUNICIPAL PRODUCTS INC  STREETS SUPPLIES                   $93.27

BLADE PEST CONTROL, INC.                 CALKINS SERVICE                   $101.00

CASEY'S GENERAL STORES, INC.       STREET/SEWER PUMPS        $361.39

CHEM RIGHT LABORATORIES               WATER CHEMICALS                $211.00

CITIZENS STATE BANK                            LOANS                                    $66,742.00

CITY OF LOST NATION                             JETTER FY 2012/2013               $515.00

CITY OF WYOMING                                    WHMC FOR CALKINS LP         $145.68

CITY OF WYOMING                                    LP CONTRACT BALANCES      $882.42

CITY OF WYOMING                                    CITY UTILITIES                            $260.70

CITY OF WYOMING                                    DEPOSI / WATER ACCOUNT     $99.54

CITY OF WYOMING                                    WA/SW TRANSFERS            $4,844.83

CITY OF WYOMING                                    BRIDGE TRANS                     $18,020.00

CM CONSTRUCTION                                 CALKINS SERVICE                $1,270.00

CM CONSTRUCTION                                 WATER/CITY HALL                               $280.00

COMELEC SERVICES, INC.                    CALKINS SERVICE                    $294.00

HAWKEYE FIRE & SAFETY CO.             FIRE EXT SERVICE                  $290.05

HAWKINS, INC.                                           WATER CHEMICALS                $108.75

HOLIDAY INN AIRPORT                            IMFOA CONFERENCE             $183.68

HOLLY'S TOWN SUPER MARKET         WHMC PANCAKE BFST                       $344.92

STATE HYGIENIC LABORATORY          SW LABS                                      $120.00

IDOT                                                  PAINT FOR STREETS              $180.10

INGRAM BOOK COMPANY                      LIBRARY BOOKS                        $34.15

IPERS                                                            RETIREMENT                         $2,577.46

IRS                                                     FED/FICA TAXES                    $3,568.28

IOWA FINANCE AUTHORITY                   WA/SW LOANS                     $44,392.00

J & R RENTAL                                             SEWER PUMP REPAIRS        $120.00

J & R SUPPLY                                             /WATER PARTS                          $413.71

JAKE GRAVEL                               GLASSES                                     $150.00

DICK FISHWILD                             IA MUSEUM MEMBERSHIP       $35.00

KIRKWOOD COMMUNITY COLLEGE   WATER/SEWER CONF            $270.00

LITTLE EAGLES NEST                              TRANSFERS                            $1,267.42

L.L.PELLING CO.                             STREETS   SUP                          $291.20

MAC WIRELESS, LLC                                TELEPHONE                                 $19.20

MIDLAND TIMES                                         PUBLICATIONS                           $290.42

MIDWEST ALARM SERVICES                 LENLC SERV                                $62.50

MIDWEST ALARM SERVICES                 LENLC SERV MAY                       $62.50

OFFICE DEPOT                              LENLC SUP                                 $176.31

PIONEER TELEPHONE                            TELEPHONE                                 $11.11

ROHWEDDER TRUST                               TELEPHONE                                 $24.48

SECURITY PRODUCTS DUBUQUE      CALKINS/WATER/CITY              $79.00

SHELBY APPLEBY                                    DEPOSIT REFUND                               $100.00

THE SHOPPER                                           MUSEUM                                        $28.50

UNITED HEALTHCARE                             INSURANCE                                        $3,934.14

UNITED HEALTHCARE                             MAY INSURANCE                  $3,934.14

VISA                                                  LIBRARY BOOKS                       $153.87

VISA CARD                                                  CALKINS SUPPLIES                  $122.52

VISA CARD                                                  CALKINS MAY BILL                   $113.96

WAL MART COMMUNITY BRC                LENLC/LIBRARY                    $1,105.22

WENDLING QUARRIES, INC.                  SEWER RIP RAP                      $202.32

WYOMING AUTO PARTS              SUPPLIES                                    $121.48

WYOMING DRUG                                       CITY / LIBRARY                                $7.37

WYOMING MUTUAL PHONE CO.           TELEPHONE                               $215.24

WYOMING PUBLIC LIBRARY                  POSTAGE                                      $27.44

                                                                                                                         $167,787.04

GRANT ACCOUNT

ECICOG

             CHILDCARE SERV

$300.00

           

 Revenue and Expenses for April 2013

Funds

 

Revenue

 

Expenses

General

 

35,174.48

 

35,999.77

Library Regular

 

493.85

 

2,635.62

Library Special

 

58.04

 

 

Wyoming Hist. Museum

 

1,377.90

 

5,387.87

Calkins

 

142,481.79

 

6,098.98

Calkins Barn

 

650.75

 

 

Road Use Tax

 

3,608.68

 

5,412.94

Trust & Agency

 

5,241.54

 

2,107.94

Local Option Sales Tax

 

3,007.29

 

 

Rohwedder Trust

 

9.62

 

 

Childcare Grant

 

1,867.00

 

950.00

Debt Service

 

14,754.40

 

 

Water

 

11,252.77

 

15,008.45

Customer Deposits

 

200.00

 

100.00

Water Sinking Fund

 

2,343.25

 

 

Sewer

 

9,250.00

 

10,272.74

Sewer Sinking

 

2,501.58

 

 

Storm Sewer

 

312.49

 

11.00

Childcare Enterprise

 

11,199.83

 

13,872.63

Childcare Sinking

 

1,124.42

 

 

Childcare Reserve

 

143.00

 

 

Totals

 

247,052.68

 

97,857.94

 

Mayor opened Public Hearing on FY 2013 Budget Amendment at 7:01p.m.  No speakers for or against.  None filed. Mayor closed the Public Hearing at 7:02 p.m.

Correspondence was reviewed. 

Gravel gave department report on sewer.  Leak detection showed hydrant leaking.  Will get prices on a trash pump and look a couple of more places for the seal that needs replaced.  Needs a PH tester for sewer, price is $379.63.  Directed to get tester. 

Street repair list was presented.  LL Pelling will get measurements and prices.

Moved by Taylor seconded by Agnitsch to approve proposal from L. L. Pelling for 2013 sealcoat work.  Roll call vote.  All aye.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1451.

Discussion on tractor loader repair work was held.  Loader is sprung and pins are bad.  Repairs are $73 per hour, estimated at 5 hours.  If pins are wore different story.  Watters will get prices on a new loader.

IDNR sewer inspection was held.  Rip rap work needs to be done.  DNR needs response from engineer regarding questions from Emy Lou (IDNR).  Lift station alarm must be repaired.  Discharging more than permit allows. Engineers would work on a new time line submitting plans to Council for approval and submit to DNR by end of July and apply for CDBG in October. Moved by Agnitsch seconded by Dodge to have engineer go to the next step and get us back on track.  All aye.  Motion carried.

Moved by Agnitsch seconded by Taylor to go with dialer from Altronex Control Systems for $4,350 for alarm at lagoons.  Roll call vote.  All aye.  Motion carried.  City will need to run phone line to alarm control.

Moved by Dodge seconded by Gravel to approve specs for water meters with alternate for larger meters and alternate for installation.  Old meters to be removed and remain property of the City.  Roll call vote.  Ayes-Agnitsch, Dodge, Watters and Gravel.  Nays- Taylor.  Motion carried.

Jetter agreement is being revised to include Martelle, update populations and note that jetter is stored at Wyoming.

Moved by Agnitsch seconded by Dodge to approve THIRD AND FINAL READING OF AN ORDINANCE TO ALLOW DISCONNECTION OF SERVICE FOR FAILURE TO ALLOW ACCESS TO WATER METER. Roll call vote.  All aye.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Ordinance # 372.

 Moved by Taylor seconded by Gravel to make a railing from the left over railing, leaving a smaller area open with a step at Holly’s Town Super Market as requested of owner.  Agnitsch has not had time to look at it.  Taylor grinded the sidewalk.  Roll call vote.  All aye.  Motion carried.

Moved by Gravel seconded by Agnitsch to approve Iowa Native Wine permit for Holly’s Town Super Market.  Roll call vote.  All aye.  Motion carried

Sheriff’s report was given.  Cars are being broken into.  Graver is working on dog complaint forms.   Dangerous dogs were discussed. Ordinance will be worked on.  Olin has taken the three complaints on barking out of their Ordinance.  Speeding and golf carts were discussed. 

Dangerous building, nuisances as municipal infractions and definitions of nuisances were discussed and will be reviewed with attorney.

Dangerous dog definition, restrictions such as chained up 10 feet from property line and owner’s insurance will be reviewed at the next meeting.

Moved by Agnitsch seconded by Gravel to approve FIRST READING OF AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND SECTION 55.09 BARKING DOGS.  Roll call vote.  All aye. 

Moved by Dodge seconded by Taylor to approve Wyoming Fair Parade Permit.  Roll call vote.  All aye.  Motion carried.

Moved by Agnitsch seconded by Dodge to approve notices in the newspaper and newsletter for sidewalk grant program for FY 2014.  Roll call vote.  All aye.  Motion carried.

Moved by Dodge seconded by Gravel to approve the Mayor to execute with signature a Community Development Block Grant Program Performance Report (3-D Form ) for the Wyoming Childcare. Roll call vote.  All aye.  Motion carried. 

Childcare Landscaping quotes are being obtained.

Clerk will check with Wyoming Area Betterment on the brochures for Discover Wyoming.

Moved by Agnitsch seconded by Gravel to approve FY 3013 Budget amendment.  Roll call vote.  All aye.  Motion carried.   Clerk assigned Resolution #1452.

Moved by Taylor seconded by Agnitsch to approve RFP for FY 2013 annual examination.   Roll call vote.  All aye. Motion carried. 

Clerk reported on junk vehicles, IMFOA Spring 75th conference in April 2014 and IIMC National Conference May 2014 in Milwaukee.  Will review budget when it gets closer.

Discussion was held on enforcement of City Ordinances.  Need to work on speeding fines.  Mowing and junk nuisances will be enforced.

Moved by Dodge seconded by Agnitsch to adjourn at 8:37 p.m.   Roll call vote. All aye. Motion carried.

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