REGULAR MEETING, June 9, 2014

The regular meeting of the Wyoming City Council was held June 9, 2014 at the City Hall. Council members present were Agnitsch, Gravel, Washburn-Koranda, Taylor and Hollingshead. Visitors: Michelle Carr –IIW Engineers, Shirley Jones-Midland Times, and Kyle McKray-Anamosa Journal/Eureka.   Staff:  Tjaden.  Mayor pro tem Agnitsch called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m.

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

AFLAC                        

EMPLOYEE INSURANCE

 $               202.80

AGVANTAGE FS, INC            

STREETS FUEL

 $               998.43

ALLIANT ENERGY

CALKINS SHOP

 $                19.59

ALLIED WASTE

MAY CONTRACT

 $          2,608.59

BARNHART CONSTRUCTION CO. INC.

CALKINS SERV                  

 $               379.68

BARNHART CONSTRUCTION CO. INC.

CALKINS SERV                  

 $               442.45

BLADE PEST CONTROL, INC.     

CALKINS SERV                   

 $                 57.00

BLANK PARK ZOO               

LIBRARY SERV                  

 $               181.52

CASEY'S GENERAL STORES, INC. 

CITY FUEL

 $               258.02

CHEM RIGHT LABORATORIES      

WA/SW LABS

 $               123.00

CHEM RIGHT LABORATORIES      

WA LABS

 $                 15.00

CITIZENS STATE BANK          

DEBT SERVICE

 $         65,645.29

CITY OF WYOMING              

CASH BOX

 $                 19.47

CITY OF WYOMING              

WA/SW TRANSFERS               

 $           6,033.75

CITY OF WYOMING              

WA DEPOSITS  TO FINAL BILLS        

 $               300.00

CITY OF WYOMING              

WA/SW UTILITIES

 $               260.70

CITY OF WYOMING              

WA/SW UTILITIES

 $                 23.70

COMELEC SERVICES, INC.       

CALKINS SERV                  

 $                 23.55

COMELEC SERVICES, INC.       

SIREN REPAIR                  

 $               259.58

DICK FISHWILD                

WHMC SUP                      

 $               513.90

GEHL LAWN SERVICE            

CALKINS SERV                  

 $               175.00

HAWKEYE FIRE & SAFETY CO.    

ALL DEPT FIRE EXTINGUISHERS

 $               454.00

HAWKINS

WA CHEMICALS

 $              159.30

HOLLY'S TOWN SUPER MARKET    

WHMC SUP                      

 $                 10.55

IDOT                         

STREETS PAINT                    

 $               180.10

INGRAM BOOK COMPANY          

LIBRARY SUP           

 $                 81.62

IOWA PRISON INDUSTRIES       

CALKINS SUP                   

 $                 45.50

IPERS                        

RETIREMENT

 $           2,038.22

IRS                          

WITHHOLDING

 $           2,812.00

JAKE GRAVEL

CLOTHING ALLOWANCE

 $              108.01

JOHN DEERE FINANCIAL

ST/CALKINS SUP

 $               177.14

JOHN'S LOCK & KEY INC

CALKINS SERV                  

 $               485.89

JONES COUNTY TOURISM ASSOC   

CITY DUES FY 2014

 $               154.00

KIRBY PAULSEN                

CALKINS SERV                  

 $               516.69

L J ROTH RECONSTRUCTION      

WHMC SERV                     

 $           4,000.00

LITTLE EAGLES NEST LEARNING CE

CASH BOX

 $                 11.65

LITTLE EAGLES NEST LEARNING CE

TRANSFERS                     

 $           1,267.38

MAC WIRELESS

PHONE SERV

 $                90.77

MIDLAND TIMES                 

CALKINS SERV                  

 $                 24.50

MIDLAND TIMES                

LEGALS                        

 $               158.83

MOVIE LICENSING USA          

LIBRARY SERV                  

 $                 85.00

OFFICE DEPOT                 

LENLC SUP                     

 $               127.70

PIONEER TELEPHONE

CITY/LIB SERV

 $                 11.36

RICK WATTERS

CLOTHING ALLOWANCE

 $              247.67

ROHWEDDER TRUST

STREET PHONE

 $                25.00

SECURITY PRODUCTS OF DUBUQUE 

CITY/CALKINS SERV             

 $                 79.00

SHERI TJADEN                 

MILEAGE                       

 $               186.56

SOPER ELECTRIC               

CITY/LIB FURN FILTERS

 $               120.00

SPAHN AND ROSE

CALKINS SUP                   

 $               131.30

STOREY KENWORTHY/MATT PARROTT

CITY SUP                      

 $               213.56

UPSTART                      

LIBRARY SUP                   

 $                 45.70

VISA                         

LIB/LENLC/CITY SUP            

 $           1,473.90

VISA CARD                    

CALKINS SUP                   

 $               494.42

WAL MART COMMUNITY BRC       

LENLC/LIB/CITY SUP            

 $           1,132.73

WAYNE HALL CHRY-JEEP-DODGE INC

CALKINS SERV                  

 $               794.80

WELLMARK                     

HEALTH INSURANCE              

 $           2,941.23

WENDLING QUARRIES, INC.       

STREET SUP                    

 $               293.37

WYOMING AUTO PARTS           

CALKINS/STREET SUP            

 $                 48.99

WYOMING DRUG

WA SUP

 $                   5.99

WYOMING MUTUAL TELEPHONE CO. 

CALKINS/CITY/LENLC SERV       

 $               221.40

WYOMING PUBLIC LIBRARY       

POSTAGE                       

 $                   3.02

TOTAL CHECKING

 

 $         99,999.87

Note:  Citizens State Bank loan amount last month -65,649.32 void

 

ECICOG                                                        MAY SEWER GRANT        $74.00

 

Revenue and Expenses for May 2014

Funds

 

Revenue

 

Expenses

General

 

10,628.75

 

6,308.06

Library Regular

 

266.93

 

1,525.35

Library Special

 

.04

 

10.00

Wyoming Hist. Museum

 

2,550.67

 

131.16

Calkins

 

10.89

 

26,834.65

Calkins Barn

 

951.47

 

 

Road Use Tax

 

2,415.53

 

2,253.50

Trust & Agency

 

1,591.19

 

1,427.56

Local Option Sales Tax

 

2,913.42

 

18,530.00

Rohwedder Trust

 

22,439.33

 

 

Childcare Grant

 

 

 

 

Debt Service

 

21,772.70

 

65,645.29

Water

 

12,200.77

 

8,411.50

Customer Deposits

 

100.00

 

100.00

Water Sinking Fund

 

2,089.58

 

20,425.00

Water Reserve

 

1,067.75

 

 

Sewer

 

10,591.43

 

7,201.87

Sewer Sinking

 

2,306.67

 

23,025.75

Sewer Reserve

 

869.75

 

 

Sewer Grant

 

592.00

 

592.00

Storm Sewer

 

318.83

 

 

Childcare Enterprise

 

8,858.13

 

9,709.46

Childcare Sinking

 

1,124.42

 

 

Childcare Reserve

 

143.00

 

 

Totals

 

105,803.25

 

192,131.15

 

Correspondence included ALICE for Midland School and Mediacom.

IIW Engineer-Michelle Carr gave the Council an update of the telephone conference with the IDNR.  Discussed timeline.

Moved by Washburn-Koranda seconded by Hollingshead to approve Mayor signing Iowa DNR consent order for timeline of compliance schedule and paying of $2,000 fine.  Roll call vote.  All aye. Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution #1521.

Moved by Agnitsch seconded by Taylor to approve LL Pelling proposal for street repairs with cuts.  Limit set at $40,000 so some alleys can be added. Roll call vote.  All aye.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1522.

Bridge inspection reports were discussed.  Watters will see if someone can meet with him to look at Webster Street Bridge and see if something needs to be done.

Trees for removal were discussed. Watters will look at 305 W. Main Street tree.

Jim Eichhorn and Kelly Brodersen will serve on housing board.  At least one more is needed.

Moved by Hollingshead seconded by Gravel to approve authorizing Clerk to publish a notice in the Midland Times for RFQ regarding technical services for housing rehabilitation grant.  Roll call vote. All aye.  Motion carried.

Moved by Taylor seconded by Washburn-Koranda to approve cigarette permits for Casey’s and Holly’s Town Super Market.  Roll call vote.  All aye.  Motion carried.

Mandatory alcohol compliance training will be discussed again in six months.

Moved by Taylor seconded by Gravel to approve FIRST READING OF AN ORDINANCE ADDING CHAPTER 55B-VICIOUS DOGS.  Roll call vote.  All aye.  Motion carried.

Moved by Agnitsch seconded by Gravel to wait until attorney has finished with new Ordinance for dangerous and nuisance buildings.  Roll call vote.  All aye.  Motion carried.

Moved by Agnitsch seconded by Taylor for barking dog procedure-first written and signed complaint the City will send a letter, second complaint, city will issue a citation owner.  Complainant must be willing to go to court if needed.  Roll call vote.  All aye.  Motion carried.

Moved by Hollingshead seconded by Taylor to approve Resolution to allow Clerk to pay bills due before June 30, 2014.  Invoices must be to Clerk by the 25th.  Roll call vote.  All aye.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution #1523.

Moved by Washburn-Koranda seconded by Gravel to approve Resolution for FY 2015 wages effective July 1, 2015.  Roll call vote.  All aye.  Motion carried. Clerk assigned Resolution # 1524.

Moved by Taylor seconded by Hollingshead to approve a contract for FY 2015 LP with AgVantage FS at $1.42 per gallon.  Roll call vote.  All aye. Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution #1525.

Portzen Construction is obtaining an estimate from Wells for modifications to childcare furnace.

Moved by Agnitsch seconded by Washburn-Koranda to approve Resolution to amend Resolution # 1519 for childcare grant account for balance to be effective July 1, 2014.  Roll call vote.  All aye.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution #1526.

Moved by Taylor seconded by Hollingshead to approve Resolution authorizing Clerk to write off non-collectable utility accounts.  Amount is less than $13.  Roll call vote.  All aye.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution #1527.

Clerk presented a delinquent utility account report to the Council.

Clerk will get quotes on doors, paint and a sign for City Hall.

Moved by Taylor seconded by Hollingshead to appoint the following to boards:

Wyoming Historical Museum Commission-Jim Eichhorn and Richard Fishwild

Board of Adjustment-Jim Eichhorn

Childcare- Kelly Dodge-City and Pam Lehrman – School

Roll call vote.  All aye.  Motion carried.

There are two vacant positions on the Planning & Zoning Board.

Registration for League Conference is open if anyone from Council would like to attend in September.  Conference is held in Council Bluffs.

No cement has been poured for the gazebo at Midway Park yet so trees have not been planted.

Moved by Agnitsch seconded by Washburn-Koranda to adjourn at 8:10 p.m.    All aye. Motion carried.

 

Steve Agnitsch, Mayor pro-tem                Attest: Sheri

 

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