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J Thursday, January 16, 2014 The Carlisle Citizen Page Nine Madaline Savoie, 43, of Pleasantville, IA for Driv- ing Under Suspension. An officer relorted re- sponding to the 6700 block of SE Circle Drive to assist Polk County Sheriffs Office with an incident in the area. An officer reported re- sponding to the 900 block of Circle Drive to assist with an animal running at large in the area. An officer reported re- sponding to the 300 block of Ash Street to assist with an animal running at large in the area. December 1 An officer reported re- sponding to the 700 block of S. 5 th Street to investi- gate a parking violation in the area. An officer reported re- sponding to the area of Highway 5 and Gateway Drive to assist a motorist in the area. December 2 An officer reported re- sponding to the 1400 block of S. 5 th Street to investi- gate the report of a theft in the area. An officer reported re- sponding to the area of Highway 5 and Gateway Drive to assist a motorist in the area. An officer reported re- sponding to the 100 block of Ash Street to investigate the report of an individual disturbing the peace and quiet in the area. December 3 An officer reported re- sponding to the area of Highway 5 and 8 th Street and reported citing Michael Dodson, 28, of Ankeny, IA for Driving While Revoked. An officer reported re- sponding to the 800 block of N. 8 th Street to investi- gate a parking violation in the area. An officer reported investi- gating the 400 block of School Street for suspicious activity in the area. An officer reported re- sponding to the Highway 5 Bypass to remove debris from the roadway. December 4 An officer reported re- sponding to the area of Garfield Street and Vine Street to assist with an animal running at large in the area. An officer reported re- sponding to the 100 block of Jefferson Street to inves- tigate an alarm in the area. An officer reported re- sponding to the area of Elm Street in Hartford to assist Warren County Sheriff's Office. An officer reported re- sponding to the area of Highway 5 and Scotch Ridge Road to assist a mo- torist in the area. An officer reported re- sponding to the area of Highway 5 and 155 th Street to assist a motorist in the area. December 5 An officer reported re- sponding to the 600 block of John Goodhue Drive to investigate the welfare of an individual in the area. An officer reported investi- gating the 1000 block of S. 5 th Street for suspicious ac- tivity in the area. An officer reported re- sponding to the area of I st Street and Elm Street to assist with an animal run- ning at large in the area. An officer reported re- sponding to the 600 block of John Goodhue Drive to investigate the welfare of an individual in the area. December 6 An officer reported re- sponding to the 1000 block of 150 th Avenue to assist Carlisle Fire Rescue with a medical call. An officer reported re- sponding to the 900 block of S. 5 th Street to assist with a motor vehicle acci- dent involving Trevor Carra, 16, of Carlisle, IA. An officer reported re- sponding to the 100 block of Ash Street to assist a motorist in the area. An officer reported re- sponding to the 100 block of Highway 5 for a motor vehicle accident in the area. An officer reported re- sponding to the 200 block of Fleming to assist Carlisle Fire Rescue with a medical call in the area. December 7 An officer reported re- sponding to the 86 mile marker of Highway 5 and reported citing Melissa Mills, 33 of Russell, IA for Driving Under Suspension. An officer reported re- sponding to Hartford to as- sist Warren County Sheriff's Office with a medical call. An officer reported re- sponding to the 1200 block of Hardin Drive to investi- gate the report of a theft in the area. An officer reported re- sponding to the area of Highway 5 and 5 th Street to assist with a motor Vehicle accident involving Donna rink, 57 of Carlisle, IA and a 16 year old juvenile of Carlisle, IA. December 8 - An officer reported re- sponding to the 1000 block of Bellflower to assist with a dog running at large in the area. An officer reported re- sponding to the 200 block of Garfield Street to assist with a dog running at large in the area. An officer reported re- sponding to the 90 mile marker of Highway 5 to assist with a motor vehicle accident involving Janet McDonald, 75, of Albia, IA. December 9 An officer reported re- sponding to the 700 block of John Goodhue Drive to assist Carlisle Fire Rescue with a medical call. An officer reported re- sponding to the 700 block of S. 5 th Street to assist a motorist in the area. An officer reported re- sponding to the 100 block of Ash Street to assist Carlisle Fire Rescue with a medical call. An officer reported re- sponding to the 100 block of Highway 5 to assist Carlisle Fire Rescue with a medical call. An officer reported re- sponding to the 300 block of Pleasant Street to inves- tigate a parking violation in the area. An officer reported re- sponding to the 600 block of N. 9 th Street to investi- gate a parking violation in the area. An officer reported re- sponding to the 1200 block of Hardin Drive to investi- gate a parking violation in the area. An officer reported re- sponding to the 600 block of John Goodhue Drive to assist Carlisle Fire Rescue with a medical call. An officer reported re- sponding to the 600 block of Ash Street to investigate a harassment report in the area. December 10 An officer reported re- sponding to the area of Highway 5 and Garfield Street and reported arrest- ing Robert Hannusch, 49, of West Des Moines, IA for Operating While Intoxi- cated and Eluding Pursu- ing Law Enforcement. An officer reported re- sponding to the 100 block of Highway 5 to assist with a motor vehicle accident involving Kellie Jacobson, 27, of Pleasant Hill, IA. December 11 An officer reported re- sponding to the area of 9 th Street and Stuart Street to assist with an animal run- ning at large in the area. December 12 An officer reported re- sponding to the area of Highway 5 and $23 High- way and reported citing Lindsay Fox, 23, of Des Moines, IA for Driving Un- der Suspension. An officer reported re- sponding to the 17000 block of Delaware Street to assist Warren County Sheriff's Office with a warrant. An officer reported re- sponding to the 600 block of Cole Street to assist Carlisle Fire Rescue with a medical call. An officer reported re-" sponding to the 75 mile marker of Highway 5 to in- vestigate the report of a fire in the area. December 13 An officer reported re- sponding to the 86 mile marker of Highway 5 and reported arresting Zachary Weldon, 24, of Knoxville, IA for Possession of a Con- trolled Substance - Mari- juana and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. An officer reported re- sponding to the 700 block of Ash Street to assist Carlisle Fire Department with an alarm. An officer reported re- sponding to the area of N. 1 st Street and Park Street to investigate suspicious individuals in the area. An officer reported re- sponding to the area of 6 th Street and School Street to investigate the report of a suspicious vehicle in the area. An officer reported re- sponding to the area of Highway 5 and Highway 65 to assist a motorist in the area. An officer reported re- sponding to the 200 block of Ash Street to assist a motorist in the area. December 14 An officer reported re- sponding to the 800 block of School Street to investi- gate a theft report in the area. An officer reported to the area of Arthur Street and East School Street to inves- tigate a suspicious vehicle in the area. An officer reported re- sponding to the 15000 block of Highway 5 to investigate suspicious people in the area. An officer reported re- sponding to the 200 block of Highway 5 to assist War- ren County Sheriffs Office with a traffic stop. December 15 An officer reported re- sponding to the 1000 block of Highway 5 to assist a motorist in the area. An officer reported re- sponding to the 300 block of Ash Street to investigate a parking violation in the area. An officer reported re- sponding to the 1200 block of Hardin Drive to investi- gate a domestic distur- bance in the area. An officer reported re- sponding to the 15000 block of Highway 5 to assist with a motor vehicle accident in the area. An officer reported re- sponding to the area of Highway 5 and 183 "d Street to investigate the report of a vehicle traveling the wrong direction. An officer reported re- sponding to the 600 block of John Goodhue Drive to assist Carlisle Fire Rescue with a medical call. An officer reported re- sponding to the 600 block of Pennsylvania Street to assist Carlisle Fire Rescue with a medical call. OFFICIAL PUBLICATION CITY OF CARLISLE SPECIAL CITY COUNCIL ORGANIZATIONAL MEETING MINUTES Thursday, January 2, 2014 6:30 P.M. Carlisle City Hall Council Chamber Officials present: Mayor Ruth Randleman, Council Members Doug Hammerand, Joe Grandstaff and Robert VanRyswyk, Police Chief Ja- son Doll, Police Lieutenant Matt Koch, Fire Chief Cory Glover, Deputy Clerk/Treasurer Kay Black and City Administrator Andy Lent. Absent were CityAttomey Robert Stuyvesant and City Council Member Drew Merrifield. Mayor Randleman called the meet- ing to order at 6:30 P.M. Pledge of Allegiance was recited. Motion by Grandstaff, second by Goodhue to SET THE SECOND AN D FOURTH MONDAY NIGHTS OF EACH MONTH AT 6:30 P.M. FOR REGULAR MEETINGS OF THE CARLISLE CITY COUNCIL carried unanimously on roll call vote'bf those present. Motion by Goodhue, second by Van Ryswyk to DESIGNATE THE CARLISLE CITIZEN AS OFFICIAL PUBLICATION FOR THE CITY OF CARLISLE carded unanimously on roll call vote of those present. Dis- cussion took place on Jlaming mul- tiple official publications and, if that is done, the need to publish in all newspapers. Clerk and deputy clerk will discuss this with the city attor- ney. Motion by Van Ryswyk, second by Grandstaff to designate Great West- ern Bank, Peoples Savings Bank, Edward D. Jones, Heartland Coop, Iowa PublicAgency Investment Trust (IPAIT), Bankers Trust and Des Moines Credit Union as OFFICIAL DEPOSITORIES FOR THE CITY OF CARLISLE carded unanimously on roll call vote of those present. Motion by Grandstaff, second by Hammerand to APPOINT ANDREW LENTAS CITY CLERK carded unani- mously on roll call vote of those present. Motion by Goodhue, second by Hammerand "to APPOINT KAY BLACK AS DEPUTY CLERK carded unanimously on roll call vote of those present. Motion by Hammerand, second by Van Ryswyk to APPOINT ROBERT STUYVESANTAS CITY ATTORNEY carded unanimously on roll call vote of those present. Motion by Grendstaff, second by Hammerand to appoint Howard Goodhue and Angi Bruco to five-year terms on the Planning and Zoning Commission expiring December 31, 2018, carded unanimously on roll call vote of those Present with Council Member Goodhue abstaining. Motion by Grandstaff, second by Goodhue to appoint Ruth Fetters end Pat Brehse to Park Board for four- year terms expiring December 31, 2017, carded unanimously on roll call vote of those present. Motion by Hammerand, second by Van Ryswyk to appoint Wanda Hunter to the Cemetery Board for a five-year term expiring December 31, 2018, pending acceptance by nominee, carded unanimously on roll call vote of those present with Council Mem- ber Goodhue abstaining. Motion by Goodhue, second by Grandstaff, to appoint Paul Thoman to the Zoning Board of Adjustment pending no female applicants apply for position following a two-week pe- riod following advertising for position in Carlisle Citizen, carried unani- mously on roll call" vote of those present. Motion by Van Ryswy k, second by Grandstaff to CONFIRM MAYOR RANDLEMAN'S APPOINTMENT OF JASON DOLL AS CHIEF OF PO- LICE, carded unanimously on roll call vote of those present. Motion by Grandstaff, second by Van Ryswyk to CONFIRM MAYOR RANDLEMAN'S APPOINTMENT OF CORY GLOVERAS CHIEF OF FIRE AND RESCUE, carded unanimously on roll call vote of those present. Discussion took place on whether the position of public safety director should be appointed. Clerk and deputy clerk will confer with city at- torney on this matter. Motion by Hammerand, second by Van Ryswyk TO CONFIRM MAYOR RANDLEMAN'S APPOINTMENT OF JOE GRANDSTAFF AS MAYOR PRO-TEM, carded unanimously on roll call vote of those present with Council Member Grandstaff abstain- ing. No action was taken on the follow- ing. Consent from council members was given to retain department and organization representation as fol- lows: RUTH RANDLEMAN - Depart- ments: City Hall, Police and Fire and Rescue and Organizations: Warren County Economic Development Cor- poraUon, MeVopolitan Advisory Coun- cil, Primary representative to the Metropolitan Planning Organization Policy Committee, MPO Bicycle-Pe- destrian Roundtable, Mid-Iowa Asso- ciation of Local Govemments, Bravo Board of Directors and Warren County Emergency Management Board; JOE GRANDSTAFF - Depart- ments: Streets and Sidewalks and Library and Organizations: Alternate representative to Chamber Executive Committee and Metropolitan Advisory Council; DOUG HAMMERAND - De- partments: Storm Sewer and Sani- tary Sewer and Organization: Metro- politan Advisory Council Legislative Action Committee; ERIC GOODHUE - Department: Water and Organiza- tions Metropolitan Advisory Council, Scotch Ridge Nature Park Steering Committee, Carlisle School District Liaison; DREW MERRIFIELD - De- partment: Parks and Recreation (in- cludes Community Building, Aquatic Center, Rec Center and Cemetery); and Organizations Scotch Ridge Center Steering Committee, Central Iowa Regional Drinking Water Com- mission and Mayor's Public Safety Policy Advisory Cabinet and ROB- ERT VAN RYSWYK - Department: Electric and Organization: Primary representative to Chamber Executive Committee, carded unanimously on roll call vote of those present. Itwas explained that there are no longer designated representatives to the Metropolitan Advisory Council Legis- lative Action Committee and that any Council Member can attend their meetings. Motion by Geodhue, second by Hammerand to approve A RESOLU- TION TO SETA HEARING AND GIVE NOTICE ON A PROPOSED APPLI- CATION FOR CDBG GRANT, carded unanimously on a roll call vote. Motion by Grandstaff, second by Goodhue to approve A RESOLUTION TO ACCEPT TITLE VI ASSUR- ANCES, carded unanimously on a roll call vote. Motion by Grandstaff, second by Hammerand TO SET THE DATES OF SATURDAY JANUARY 25, 2013 AT 8:00 A.M. AND SATURDAY FEB- RUARY 1, 2013 AT 8:00 A.M. FOR SPECIAL CITY COUNCIL MEET- INGS to conduct workshops on the 2014-15 bud'get, carded unanimously on roll call vote of those present. Consent was given by Council Members present that Wednesday, January 22, 2013 would be a good date and time for a presentation on the Tomorrow Plan and Capital Crossroads program. Motion by Grandstaff, second by Van Ryswyk to approve a proposal from Moulder and Associates to re- view Public Safety Department not to exceed $5,000, carded unanimously on a roll call vote. Motion by Grandstaff, second by Goodhue TO ADJOURN AT 7:07P.M., carded unanimously on roll call vote of those present. Ruth Randleman, Mayor Attest: Kay Black, Deputy City Clerk OFFICIAL PUBLICATION SUMMARY OF CHAPTER 3, THE WARREN COUNTY CODE OF ORDINANCES Summary for Pub,cation for Chapter 3 amendments On January 7, 2014, the Warren County Board of Supervisors approved the following amendments to CHAPTER 3 GENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM: 3.03 DEFINITIONS: Amend 3.03(10) . College students are not eligible for assistance unless they are working 20 or more hours per week. ; Amend 3.03(14) A person who is eligible for or has received the maximum amount of assistance from Veteran's Affairs, will not be eligible for General Assistance; BASIC NEEDS BENEFITS: Amend 3.07,(3)(A)(8) General Assistance is not available for deposits, first month's rent, or back rent; LIMITATION OF SPECIAL NEEDS; Amend 3.08(1 ) Transportation: Actual cost of needed public transportation or where such isnot available or feasible, the purchase of necessary gas or oil. "Transportation" does not include car repairs, but is limited to the purchase of gas and oil. Fuel vouchers will be provided during any twelve (12) month period for the purpose of job searches. The twelve (I 2) month period is to begin with the month when the first assistance is issued; 308(3) Funeral Expenses shall be paid at the maximum amount designated by the Board of Supan/isors. Funerals will be paid for those who are a County resident, subject to any lump sam deductions, such as Social Security and Veterans Administration, or other burial benefits received. The amount shall be $750.00 for a nonresident, indigent transient. Assistance may be utilized toward burial or cremation and above benefit shall not exceed actual cost. The above limitations may be modified by the Board of Supervisors on a case by case basis; 308(4) Emergency Shelter: Service shall be limited to four (4) weeks duration. Shelter will only be provided when person is a resident of Warren County prior to becoming homeless Shelter will only be provided in emergency situations (natural disaster or victim of domestic violence). If person is victim of domestic violence, We will need to see proof of criminal case and/or no contact order. These amendments to the above Ordinance shall be in effect after their passage and approval and publication as required by law. Passed and approved this 7 h day of January, 2014 WARREN COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS Doug Shull, Chair, AYE Steve Wilson, Vice-Chair, AYE Dean Yordi, Member, AYE ATTEST: Traci VanderLinden, Warren County Auditor