REGULAR MEETING, March 10, 2014

The regular meeting of the Wyoming City Council was held March 10, 2014 at the City Hall. Council members present were Agnitsch, Taylor, Washburn-Koranda and Hollingshead. Visitors:  Jim Eichhorn, Jon Zirkelbach, John Klein, Amber Quartier, 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 Hollingshead to approve the consent agenda.  Roll call vote. All aye. Motion carried. 

 

AFLAC                        

INSURANCE

 $        202.80

AGVANTAGE FS, INC            

WHMC/CITY/STREETS FUEL        

 $    2,165.02

ALLIANT UTILITIES            

ELECTRICITY

 $    3,305.76

ALLIED WASTE

CONTRACT

 $    2,656.80

BAKER & TAYLOR               

LIBRARY BOOKS                 

 $        100.70

BARCO MUNICIPAL PRODUCTS INC 

STREET SUP                    

 $          84.00

BLADE PEST CONTROL, INC.     

CALKINS SERV               

 $          57.00

BOARD OF EDUCATION EXAMINERS 

CHILDCARE

 $          85.00

BOARD OF EDUCATION EXAMINERS 

CHILDCARE

 $          85.00

BRODART CO.                  

LIBRARY SUP                   

 $          40.88

CASEY'S GENERAL STORES, INC. 

CITY/CALKINS FUEL             

 $          97.15

CHEM RIGHT LABORATORIES      

WA LABS                       

 $          15.00

CITY OF WYOMING              

CITY/LENLC/CALKINS UTILITIES  

 $        260.70

CITY OF WYOMING              

SW/WA TRANSFERS               

 $    6,333.75

CITY OF WYOMING

LP

  $       336.70

EASTERN IOWA EXCAVATING

WATER MAIN BREAK

$    1,535.97

ELIZABETH KASNER             

LENLC SUP                     

 $        270.00

GASSER TRUE VALUE            

WA SUP                        

 $        123.97

HAWKINS, INC.                

WA CHEMICALS                  

 $        116.34

HOLLY'S TSM

CALKINS/CITY

 $          20.89

IA ASSOC OF MUNICIPAL UTILITIES

DUES

 $        424.61

IIMC                         

CONFERENCE

 $        645.00

IMFOA                        

CONFERENCE

 $        100.00

INGRAM BOOK COMPANY          

LIBRARY SUP                   

 $          37.13

IOWA DEPT OF HUMAN SERVICES  

LENLC LICENSE                 

 $        100.00

IPERS                        

RETIREMENT

 $    2,119.87

IRS                          

FED/FICA TAXES                

 $    2,861.80

J & R SUPPLY                 

WA SUP                        

 $        173.08

JENNIFER ECKHARDT            

LENLC SERV                    

 $            8.00

JOEL WOOD PLUMBING & CONSTRUCT

WATER SERV

 $        233.70

JOHN DEERE FINANCIAL         

WA/LIBRARY SUP                

 $          67.46

JONES COUNTY TOURISM ASSOC   

WHMC DUES                     

 $          35.00

L J TAKES                    

CALKINS  SERV        

 $        250.00

LITTLE EAGLES NEST LEARNING CE

TRANSFERS                     

 $    1,267.42

MAC WIRELESS, LLC            

CITY SERV                     

 $            7.07

MIDLAND TIMES                

LEGALS                        

 $        204.28

MIDWEST ALARM SERVICES       

CHILDCARE SERV

 $          64.38

PIONEER TELEPHONE            

CITY/LIBRARY SERV             

 $          10.00

PODHASKI INSURANCE

FIRE POLICY CHANGE

$        104.00

REGION 1 AMERICAN WATER WORKS

TRAINING       

 $          20.00

REMLEY WILLEMS MCQUILLEN VOSS

LEGAL FEES                    

 $        568.50

ROHWEDDER TRUST

PHONE SERV

 $          25.00

SCHERRMAN'S IMPLEMENT        

TRACTOR                       

 $    1,975.10

SECURITY PRODUCTS OF DUBUQUE 

CITY/WA/CALKINS SERV          

 $          79.00

THE PHOTOGRAPHY MILL         

REISSUE CHECK/CHILDCARE

 $          36.00

VISA                         

CITY/LIBRARY SUP              

 $        104.99

WAL MART COMMUNITY BRC       

LENLC/LIB/CITY SUP            

 $        925.78

WELLS HEATING & AIR          

LENLC SERV                    

 $        711.69

WYOMING AUTO PARTS           

STREETS SUP                   

 $          54.98

WYOMING MUTUAL TELEPHONE CO. 

CITY/LENLC/CALKINS SERV       

 $        221.40

WYOMING PUBLIC LIBRARY       

LIBRARY POSTAGE               

 $          15.46

 

 

 $  31,344.13

 

 

 

IIW  ENGINEERS

SEWER CONTRACT PAYMENT

 $    6,600.00

ECICOG

SEWER

 $        111.00

REMLEY WILLIAMS MCQUILLEN & VOSS

CHILDCARE CONTRACT

 $        150.00

GRANT ACCOUNT

 

 $    6,861.00

 

 

 

 

 

Revenue and Expenses for February 2014

Funds

 

Revenue

 

Expenses

General

 

4035.74

 

6654.71

Library Regular

 

528.13

 

1181.62

Library Special

 

.02

 

36.11

Wyoming Hist. Museum

 

260.88

 

1464.87

Calkins

 

1.73

 

1644.72

Calkins Barn

 

351.35

 

 

Road Use Tax

 

4889.22

 

4632.47

Trust & Agency

 

203.63

 

1503.10

Local Option Sales Tax

 

3318.41

 

 

Rohwedder Trust

 

11.62

 

 

Childcare Grant

 

 

 

150.00

Debt Service

 

414.97

 

 

Water

 

12376.50

 

8155.39

Customer Deposits

 

 

 

 

Water Sinking Fund

 

2089.58

 

 

Water Reserve

 

1067.75

 

 

Sewer

 

9869.08

 

7684.62

Sewer Sinking

 

2306.67

 

 

Sewer Reserve

 

869.75

 

 

Sewer Grant

 

 

 

 

Storm Sewer

 

312.43

 

 

Childcare Enterprise

 

6546.92

 

10921.29

Childcare Sinking

 

1124.42

 

 

Childcare Reserve

 

143.00

 

 

Totals

 

50721.80

 

44028.90

 

Mayor Somerville opened the Public Hearing for the FY 2015 Budget at 7:01 p.m.

No speakers for or against.  None filed.

Moved by Hollingshead seconded by Agnitsch to close the Public Hearing at 7:02 p.m.  Roll call vote.  All aye.  Motion carried.

Moved by Agnitsch seconded by Washburn-Koranda to approve estimate for surge protection from Pfeiler Electric for $1,985.  Roll call vote. All aye.  Motion carried.

Moved by Taylor seconded by Washburn-Koranda to approve water bill adjustment for frozen line at Hair It Is due to it being the museum’s water line which is a flat fee.  Roll call vote.  All aye.  Motion carried.

Moved by Agnitsch seconded by Hollingshead to approve tractor blade quote from Krominga’s for $4,350.  Old blade will be taken to the auction in Baldwin.  Roll call vote.  Ayes-Hollingshead, Agnitsch and Washburn-Koranda.  Abstain-Taylor.  Motion carried.

Clerk will send letter to trucking companies reminding of the Jefferson Street weight limit.

John Klein and Amber Quartier gave information on alcohol compliance training.  Council will discuss next month after reviewing Ordinance examples.

Moved by Agnitsch seconded by Washburn-Koranda to approve RACKS liquor license contingent upon property transaction paid and filed, fire inspection and health inspection.  Roll call vote.  All aye.  Motion carried. 

Moved by Agnitsch seconded by Taylor to approve post prom donation of $50.    Roll call vote.  All aye.  Motion carried. 

Moved by Hollingshead seconded by Washburn-Koranda to approve Earl May quote for park trees with two year warranty,.  Roll call vote.  All aye.  Motion carried.

Clerk will put information regarding the Community visioning grant to see if there is any interest.

Graver gave the Sheriff’s report.  Dogs were discussed.

Moved by Taylor seconded by Hollingshead to approve FY 2015 Budget.  Roll call vote.  All aye.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution #1511.

Moved by Washburn seconded by Agnitsch to approve RFP for annual exam FY 2014.  Roll call vote.  All aye.  Motion carried.

Moved by Hollingshead seconded by Taylor to approve renewing the charitable gambling license for two years.  Cost is $150.  Roll call vote.  All aye.  Motion carried.

Moved by Agnitsch seconded by Washburn-Koranda to approve amending credit card resolution to add childcare director limit $500.  Roll call vote.  All aye.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1512.

Moved by Agnitsch seconded by Hollingshead to approve United Healthcare if Wellmark comes back higher than quoted.  Same deductible.  Roll call vote.  All aye.  Motion carried.

Moved by Agnitsch seconded by Taylor to get second opinion on installation of furnace from Carrier then send letter to Portzen Construction regarding childcare furnace incorrectly installed and causing problems.  Roll call vote.  All aye.  Motion carried.

Moved by Washburn-Koranda seconded by Hollingshead to approve resignation of Gary Culver from Planning & Zoning board.  Roll call vote.  All aye.  Motion carried.

Insurance renewal time.  EMC cancelled our work comp.  City has applied to a state work comp program.

Moved by Agnitsch seconded by Washburn-Koranda to go with basic webpage design that can be built on with RCS computers.  Roll call vote.  All aye. Motion carried.

Post office meeting March 26th.

Moved by Hollingshead seconded by Agnitsch to approve Resolution for Council Code of Conduct.  Roll call vote.  All aye.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution #1513.

NIMS training will be offered at Lost Nation March 24th.

John Zirkelbach addressed the Council regarding his running for Board of Supervisors.

Eichhorn gave information on insurance coverage of the museum.

Moved by Taylor seconded by Washburn-Koranda to adjourn at 8:20 p.m.    All aye. Motion carried.

 

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