REGULAR MEETING, February 10, 2014

The regular meeting of the Wyoming City Council was held February 10, 2014 at the City Hall. Council members present were Agnitsch, Gravel, Taylor, Washburn-Koranda and Hollingshead. Visitors:  Shirley Jones-Midland Times,

Graver-Jones County Sheriff and Kyle McKray-Anamosa Journal/Eureka.   Staff:  Tjaden.  Mayor Somerville called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m.

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

AFLAC

 

EMPLOYEE INSURANCE

 

 $       202.80

AGVANTAGE FS

 

WHMC LP/CITY

 

 $    3,522.60

ALLIED WASTE

 

CONTRACT

 

 $    2,656.80

BLADE PEST CONTROL

 

CALKINS SERV

 

 $         57.00

CASEY'S

 

CITY SUP

 

 $       163.78

CHEM RIGHT LAB

 

WA SERV

 

 $          15.00

CITY OF WYOMING

 

WA/SW UTILITIES

 

 $        260.70

CITY OF WYOMING

 

WA/SW TRANSFERS

 

 $    6,333.75

CITY OF WYOMING

 

CASH BOX

 

 $            2.99

FARM PLAN

 

CALKINS/ST/LIBRARY

 

 $        844.83

GOLDEN HORSE LTD.

 

LIBRARY SUP

 

 $          13.93

HAWKINS, INC.

 

WA SUP

 

 $        104.68

INGRAM BOOK COMPANY

 

LIBRARY SUP

 

 $          88.45

IPERS

 

RETIREMENT

 

 $    2,143.36

IRS

 

WITHHOLDING

 

 $    2,812.40

JAKE GRAVEL

 

CDL

 

 $          40.00

JETS

 

ALLOTMENT

 

 $        250.00

JONES COUNTY AUDITOR

 

SENIOR DINING

 

 $        300.00

KELLY DODGE

 

LENLC SUPP

 

 $          25.00

LITTLE EAGLES NEST LEARNING CENTER

 

TRANSFERS

 

 $    1,267.42

MAC WIRELESS, LLC

 

CITY PHONE

 

 $          68.07

MAC WIRELESS, LLC

 

CITY PHONE

 

 $          39.69

MIDLAND TIMES

 

PUBLICATIONS

 

 $        223.59

OFFICE DEPOT

 

CITY SUP

 

 $          72.49

PIONEER TELEPHONE

 

CITY/LIBRARY

 

 $            6.32

ROHWEDDER TRUST

 

PHONE SERV

 

 $          25.00

SCHERRMAN'S IMP

 

TRACTOR/CITY

 

 $        231.84

SECURITY PRODUCTS OF DUBUQUE

 

CITY/CALKINS SERV

 

 $          79.00

UNITED HEALTHCARE

 

INSURANCE

 

 $      3,058.30

VISA

 

CHILDCARE/LIBRARY/CITY

 

 $     2,856.30

VISA CARD

 

CALKINS SUP

 

 $        118.06

WAL MART COMMUNITY

 

LIBRARY

 

 $        701.70

WYOMING AUTO PARTS

 

ST/CALKINS SUP

 

 $          21.27

WYOMING MUTUAL TELEPHONE

 

CITY/CALKINS SERV

 

 $        221.40

WYOMING LIBRARY

 

CASH BOX

 

 $          26.50

TOTAL CHECKING

     

 $     28,855.02

         

GRANT ACCT

       

ECICOG

 

SEWER JAN

 

 $          37.00

 

 

Revenue and Expenses for January 2014

Funds

 

Revenue

 

Expenses

General

 

       7,347.72

 

19,533.72

Library Regular

 

301.46

 

1,445.18

Library Special

 

10.02

 

18.00

Wyoming Hist. Museum

 

300.97

 

324.83

Calkins

 

2.60

 

8,025.49

Calkins Barn

 

601.43

 

 

Road Use Tax

 

4,020.81

 

3,267.84

Trust & Agency

 

225.38

 

1,520.34

Local Option Sales Tax

 

3,318.41

 

 

Rohwedder Trust

 

12.87

 

 

Childcare Grant

 

 

 

 

Debt Service

 

459.30

 

 

Water

 

11,539.11

 

10,815.76

Customer Deposits

 

200.00

 

400.00

Water Sinking Fund

 

2,089.58

 

 

Water Reserve

 

1,067.75

 

 

Sewer

 

9,655.19

 

7,376.87

Sewer Sinking

 

2,306.67

 

 

Sewer Reserve

 

869.75

 

 

Sewer Grant

 

 

 

 

Storm Sewer

 

307.98

 

11.00

Childcare Enterprise

 

9,296.65

 

10,452.48

Childcare Sinking

 

1,124.42

 

 

Childcare Reserve

 

143.00

 

 

Totals

 

55,201.07

 

63,191.51

 

Planning & Zoning workshops will be held in April.  Clerk will send information to boards.

Sue Miller contacted IIW Engineers to let them know Larry Bryant will be the review IDNR engineer for our project.  The rock filter needs to be approved before we can submit plans.

Contractor came today to get underground water lines open to the museum, library and ambulance.   

Public works will repair the sewer at 217 E. Green Street.

Have not heard any more regarding water at 214 State St.

Moved by Agnitsch seconded by Washburn-Koranda to post for snow removal help for person with CDL.  Deadline for applications will be February 21st at 9 a.m..  Roll call vote.  All aye.  Motion carried.

Mayor opened Public Hearing for proposed disposal of real estate at 7:10 p.m.

City will exchange 5.5 feet of lot 5, block 17 (parking lot) for two feet of Racks Swinging Door for the Wyoming Historical Museum wall.  Cost of legal fees and publications to be paid by Racks. Also half or previous cost for Tedís as agreed to at a previous meeting.  No speakers for or against, no papers filed.

Moved by Agnitsch seconded by Hollingshead to close Public Hearing at 7:12.

Moved by Agntisch seconded by Gravel to approve agreement for branching out grant.  Set Earth Day as date for Midland Horticulture class planting of trees weather permitting. Roll call vote.  All aye.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution #1503.

Moved by Taylor seconded by Washburn-Koranda to approve up to $2,000 in park funds towards the gazebo to match the FFA grant.  FFA has a deadline of end of March.  Roll call vote.  All aye.  Motion carried.

Moved by Taylor seconded by Hollingshead to approve renewal of Hollyís TSM liquor license.  Roll call vote.  All aye.  Motion carried. 

Moved by Taylor seconded by Agnitsch to approve Resolution for disposal of real estate.  Roll call vote.  All aye.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution #1504.

Moved by Taylor seconded by Gravel to approve the USDA Childcare FY 2013 reports.  Roll call vote.  All aye.  Motion carried. 

Moved by Taylor seconded by Washburn-Koranda to set Public Hearing for FY 2015 Budget for March 10th at 7 p.m..  Roll call vote.  All aye.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution #1505.

Moved by Taylor seconded by Agnitsch to approve Enhanced Blue 1000 for employee health care insurance.  Roll call vote.  All aye.  Motion carried.

Moved by Taylor seconded by Washburn-Koranda to approve $200 to JETS.  Roll call vote.  All aye.  Motion carried.

Moved by Taylor seconded by Washburn-Koranda to rescind previous motion.  Roll call vote.  All aye.  Motion carried.

Moved by Agnitsch seconded by Washburn-Koranda to approve $250 as budgeted to JETS.  Roll call vote.  All aye.  Motion carried.

Moved by Washburn-Koranda seconded by Hollingshead to approve $300 to Jones County Senior Dining.  Roll call vote.  All aye.  Motion carried.

City is over on the LP contract.  Museum and street shop both went over when LP price was $3.729.  February 10th price was $3.199.  Moved by Agnitsch seconded by Washburn-Koranda to purchase as needed.  Roll call vote. All aye.  Motion carried. Opened ended contact for next year was discussed.

Moved by Taylor seconded by Washburn-Koranda to approve Resolution approving ECICOG invoices for sewer grant to be paid from operating fund until grant funds are received.  Roll call vote.  All aye.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution #1506.

Moved by Agnitsch seconded by Gravel to approve Resolution approving Library wages for new hires.  Roll call vote.  All aye.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution #1507.

Moved by Gravel seconded by Taylor to make no changes to the Cityís Investment policy.  Roll call vote.  All aye.  Motion carried.

There is roof condensation at City Hall and the shop.  Questioned if there is a moisture barrier.

Moved Taylor by seconded by Washburn-Koranda to approve the Council meeting policy with public forum at the end of the meeting.  Roll call vote.  All aye.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution #1508.

Code of Conduct policy reviewed. Needs to be amended due to two policies are covered.  Clerk will work on.

Moved by Agnitsch seconded by Gravel to appoint Remley Willems, McQuillen & Voss to City Attorney.  Roll call vote.  All aye.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution #1509.

Moved by Agnitsch seconded by Gravel to adjourn at 7:52 p.m.    All aye. Motion carried.

 

 

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