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Page Thirteen The Carlisle Citizen Thursday, October 28, 2010 OFFICIAL PUBLICATION Board Minutes to be approved st the October 19th Board Meeting October 5, 2010 The Warren County Board of Supervisors met on Tuesday October 5, 2010 at 9:35 a.m. with all members present. The following business was had to- wit: SIMPLE MOTION by Doug Shull, seconded by Marvin Grace to approve the agenda with 1 addition. Carried unanimously. SIMPLE MOTION by Marvin Grace, second by Doug Shull to approve min- utes with 2 corrections as amended; October 5, 2010. Carried unanimously. SIMPLE MOTION by Doug Shull, second by Marvin Grace to approve the claims and fringes as presented. Carried unanimously. WARREN COUNTY CLAIMS REGISTER REPORT OCTOBER 5, 2010 Adams, Madeline Sept 2010 Svcs/Exp 1,285.26 Alliant Energy Lacona Shop-R45 Hwy G76 46.24 American Legion Post 165 Legion Hall Rents 750.00 Aosnc LIc Prof Svcs 7,010.96 Area 14 Agency On Aging Client Services 264.72 Athas, Harry A. Prof Svcs + MIg Reimb 1,527.60 Bell, Billie M Hrs & MIg Reimb/City Elec 108.00 Boll, Dawn September 2010 Services 470.53 Bolton & Hay Inc Supplies 262.45 Borst, Michael S September 2010 Services 1,956.16 Bowlin, Emmalee Mileage Reimbursement 129.60 Brandt iii, Frederick William September Services MIg Rei 460.00 Broadlawns Medical Cntr Multiple Client Services 839.00 Burke, Joseph P. MIg Reimb 191.88 Capital Sanitary Supply Co Inc Supplies X 3 Invoices 1,106.43 Cardiac Science Corp. Electrodes-Batteries 351.00 Carlisle, City Of Client Services 614.03 Caskey, Dave Mileage Reimbursement 28.80 Ccms Clients Served - Training 847.50 Cedar Rapids, City Of Disables Pass 24.00 Central Iowa Fasteners Supplies 66.60 Child Care Resource September 2010 Services 1,161.25 Christian Opp Center Facility Based Services 632.97 Chumbley & Jones Oil Co Oil And Filters 93.41 City State Bank Loan # 1124809-Oct Pmt 1,315.63 " Cmelik, Dennis Client Services 120.00 Cnh Capital Parts 387.44 Copy Plus Business Cards 111.21 Court Avenue Printing Inc Envelopes 150.00 Daniee Corp Partial August Rent 500.00 Dart Bus Passes 144.00 Des Moines Diesel Inc Supplies 1,609.14 Des Moines, City Of Annual Hazmat Contract 16,321.68 Diamond Mowers Inc Supplies 1,016.22 Dierking, Kristi Wellness Incentive 25.00 Dm Fairview Partners Lp Client Services/Rent 1,006.00 Dollison, Joyce M Hrs & MIg Reimb/City Elec 73.20 Dougherty Law Firm, Attorney Fee Client Services 123.10 Dyslin, John W Client Service 250.00 Elcock, Marc A Attorney Fees 150.00 Electronic Engineering Micrn-Oct Services 77.95 Elgin, P F Mileage Reimbursement 1.20 Engraved Stamp 17.00 Extinguisher Company, The Fire Ext 50.00 Farm Plan Supplies-Parts 238.60 Foland, Kds MIg Reimb 28.80 Folkestad, Robert K MIg/Supplies Reimb 68.22 Food Bank Of Iowa Supplies 48.68 Food Service Inv Supplies 5,087.00 Gebhart, Robert S Matron Serv With Sheriff Serv 21.90 Genesis Development Aug 2010 Svcs/Fecr 0248173,065.92 Goodhue Realty Client Services-Oct Rent 810.00 Grainger Supplies 21.63 Gratias Investigations Inc Jv 003941/Services 40.00 Greubel, John T. Client Services Sept Rent 490.00 Hall, Martin Client Services 500.00 Handicap Village Client Services 1,034.00 Harris, Julie MIg Reimb 48.40 Herberger Const Pro #Fema1763-Dr-la#6972/Bros-O91(74)8j9117,288.14 Herndon, Misti & T.J. 3 Finger Print Cards 30.00 Hewlett-Packard Company Docking Station For Laptop 125.00 Hy-Vee Accounts Receivable Supp/Meals/ClientS/AgingRe8,431.95 Hygienic Laboratory - Accounts Water Analyses 303.00 leccva laccva Training 60.00 Ikon Office Solutions Maintenan Agree-Equip Rent 191.89 IIIowa Communications Service 60.00 Indianola, City Of Client Services Utility Agre 1,452.97 Indoff Inc. Supplies 59.81 Innovative Industries Client Services 900.00 Integrity Works International Services 2,280.00 Iowa County Attorneys Assoc Workshop/Sehnert 50.00 Iowa Department Transportation Supplies 17,011.66 Iowa Emergency Number Assoc. Conf Regis Fees X 3 160.00 Iowa Office/State Med Examnr Med Exmnr Svcs 3,093.00 Iowa Telecom 911/DbaseRadioLinesMthly 1,698.65 Isac Fy 11 Co Supervisors Dues 275.00 Isu Extension Multiple Invoices/Fees 15,202.00 J P Cooke Company Stamper 59.20 Jefferson Plaza October Rent 4,248.60 K & C Apartments Client Services Partial Rent-D 400.00 Kean, Marlene Hrs & MIg Reimb/City Elec 148.20 Killmar, Robert Matron Duty 43.50 Knosby, Ruth A. Hrs & MIg Reimb/City Elec 106.20 Kovacevich, Mary Ftm/September 2010 Services914.86 Lakeshore Indianola LIc Client Rent 732.00 Logan Contractors Supply Inc Supplies 300.13 Loving, Mike @Safety Boots 100.68 Lutheran Services In Iowa July 2010/WcNewParentPr 5,726.61 M & M Sales Company Contracted Mthly Svcs 449.32 Madison Avenue Testing Supplies 267.97 Mail Services LIc Services 1,315.45 Marion Co Sheriff Notice Served/Fecr026067 23.00 Marshall Co Sheriff Notice Served 49.00 Mcconnell, Larry Client Services 500.00 Mccoy Sanitation Corp Trash Services-Mthly Chgs 114.75 Mccoy True Value Supplies 421.73 Mead, Nancy Hrs & MIg Reimb/City Elec 73.60 Med-Tech Resource Inc Evidence Tape 165.13 Medicap Pharmacy . Medicine 16.89 Mercy - Indianoia Jefferson Client Services-Medical Need 331.00 Mercy Clinical Lab Client Services 147.50 Mercy Professional Practice As Med Management 105.00 Metz, Rosanna Hrs & MIg Riemb/City Elec 107.20 Midamerican Energy Client Services/Mnthly Svcs 1,457.47 Millhone & Anderson Pc Attorney Fees 72.00 Morrison Rn, Pam Med Exmnr Svcs 399.60 Morrison, R Michael Parking For Icac Training 24.00 Naco (National Association Of 2011Cnty Membership Dues 826.00 Nelson, Charles Transportation Duties 20.80 Nielsen, Shawnna Mileage Reimbursement 78.40 North Warren Town & County New Yr Sub/Aug Bd Mnts/Pblc Hrn 437.34 Norwalk/Indianola Ready Mix Co Hauling Charge 811.00 O'mara, Thomas D. 1727-1706-1728 Auto Body 1,098.17 Officemax Inc Supplies 609.16 Olsen, Raymond Window Cleaning 30.00 Omnicare Of Urbandale Client Services 18.61 Optics Planet Inc Cable For Pentax Printer 16.94 Page County Sheriff's Office Sheriff Services 17.00 Pakor Inc - Nw8935 Supplies 207.78 Partners In Family Aug 2010ParentsAsTeachE 6,853.71 Partnership For Progress Inc Client Services 1,559.70 Peru Quarry Inc Rock 4,439.10 Phillips, Amanda Mileage Reimbursement 203.20 Pitney Bowes Inc.* Equipment Rental/Mthly Chgs 929.00 Polk Co Sheriff's Office Notice Served 34.00 Polk County Medical Examiner Services 200.00 Polley, Lee Hrs & MIg Reimb/City Elec 108.20 Poweshiek Co Sheriff's Office Notice Served/Fecr025847 co4.00 Praxair Distribution Inc Rental Svcs 281.45 Putney Auction Office Supplies 42.50 Qwest 911 Trunks/Data Base/Routi 2,248.90 Ready 2 Mix Concrete Concrete 2,124.50 Record Herald & Indianola Trib Health Fair Ads 555.00 Red Rock Area Comm. Action Pro Aug Chore Svc 1,423.63 Reliable Office Supplies Supplies 148.48 Ri-Tec Industrial Prod Products 218.40 Richmond Center, The Rinker, Janine Rockford Rigging Company Rockmount Research & Alloys In Sarmento, .Regina Schrader, Debra Schurman, Leora Schurman, Marilyn Shelley, Jeffrey S. Shepler, Shirley Sinclair Architects L.C. Sivertsen, Molly Sprint Solutions Inc Staples Advantage Stroud, Mary Stursma, Betsy Sweeney Court Reporting Task Tray Products Inc Ted's Auto Repair Thayer, Allen E. Treat America Food Services Turner, Ron Uniform Den Inc Us Cellular Us Postal Service (Pstg-By-Pho Utterback, Thomas J. Van Vliet, Teresa Vandedinden Automotive Vanderpool Plmbg & Htg Veasman, Paul Verizon Wireless WaI-Mart Community Brc Warren County Health Services Warren County Oil Warren County Sheriff Waste Management Of Iowa Wellness Council Of Iowa West Dds, Steven E West Payment Center Wiegert Disposal Inc Williams Machine Shop Inc Yahoo! Custodian Of Records RESOLUTION 10 .337 Client Services 19.82 Transcript 147.00 Supplies 59.94 Supplies 306.34 Expenses Reimb 254.93 Aug Eci Direct & Bd Admn Ex 194.03 Certified Mail Receipt 5.29 MIg & Hrs Worked/City Eiec 140.00 Hrs Worked/City Elec 105.00 Hrs & MIg Reimb/City Elec 108.20 Prof Svcs 8/3 Thru 9/15/10 6,769.88 September 2010 Services 412.50 Mthly Cell Chgs 133.91 Supplies 1,079.39 Client Services Sept Rent 550.00 Mileage Reimbursement 56.00 Depositions/Srcr025998 40.28 Supplies 2,729.87 Tire Service 76.00 Remainder Of Easement Pro1,100.00 Lunches 26.80 @Safety Shoes 96.29 Clothing 88.08 Sept/Monthly Charges/Cell 1,953.76 Postage Used 8-16 Thru 9-20 956.89 Med Exmnr Svcs 394.88 Transcript Aug 27/Aug 30 267.50 Automotive Service 33.00 Wire Labor 181.24 Transportation Services 42.40" 1 Wireless Card/3 Cell Phone 362.08 Supplies 57.26 Aug 2010 Ccnc Expenses 1,108.20 Client Propane 601.76 New Ck-Deposit Order Fee 180.53 Oct 2010 Garbage 66.18 2010 Conf Regis Fee 159.00 Dental Services 153.00 July/Aug 2010Charges/Sup 2,817.84 Mthly Svc @ CH&Admn Bldg 179.00 Parts 46.00 Jv 3917-Court Ordered Svcs 20.44 APPROVE SALARY ADJUSTMENT WHEREAS, as per the union contract, employees appointed on or after July 1, 1995, shall be eligible for step increases in pay on their anniversary date each year, based on their job performance, it is the recommendation of the County Engineer that the following employee be granted a step increase: James A. Kimzey, effective October 17, 2010 (anniversary date October 17, 2005) From: Operator 1 in training Grade 8, Step 5 $18.18/hour To: Operator 1 in training Grade 8, Step 6 $18.96/hour Carried unanimously. RESOLUTION 10-338 RIGHT-OF-WAY CONTRACT BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren CoJnty Board of Supervis, ors hereby moves to approve the Right-of-Way Contract between Gary and Pamela Gdess and Warren County regarding Project No. BROS-C091 (79)--8J-91 in the amount of $1,885.52 for Roadway Easement plus $2,100.00 in damages for a total amount of $3,985.52. Carried unanimously. RESOLUTION 10-339 APPROVE SERVICES FOR NEURO REHAB BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby moves to approve services for Neuro Rehabilitation, and direct General Re- lief to pay, not to exceed 9 months for services. Carded unanimously. RESOLUTION 10-340 APPROVE REQUEST FROM SQUAW TOWNSHIP TRUSTEES TO USE LEGAL NAME SQUAW CREEK BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby" approves the request from Squaw Township Trustees to be referred to from here on by its legal and county documented name of Squaw Creek Town- ship, and for it to be corrected in future records, ballots, and publications to the legal name. Carried unanimously. Doug Shull left the meeting at 11:00 e.m. RESOLUTION 10-341 ACCEPT TERMINATION OF SEASONAL HELP FROM CONSERVATION BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby approves the terminations of seasonal help from the Conservation Director, including Monty Freeman, Jim Quick, Jacob Wiese, Scott Knox, and Jeremy Reinert, effective August 31, 2010 and to remove from payroll. Middleswart- Aye Grace-Aye ShulI-Absant RESOLUTION 10-342 APPROVE HEALTH SERVICES NEW HIRES BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby approves to hire the following: Jolene Murphy, RN, effective September 29; 2010, at an hourly rate of $18.70, Grade 14, Step 1, with full benefits, and Dawn Grandia, DH BS, effective October 1,2010, at an hourly rate of $25.07, Grade 18, Step 1, as Regular Full-time with full benefits. Middleswart-Aye Grace-Aye ShulI-Abeent RESOLUTION 10-343 FUNDING OF DISABLED VETERAN HOMESTEAD CREDIT BE IT RESOLVED THAT Whereas the State of lowa is funding the Disabled Veteran Homestead Credit at 64% for FY 11. The Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby approves granting Disabled Veteran Homestead Credit at the full 100% funding; the difference of $1962.00 to be funded by Warren County. Middleswart-Aye Grace-Aye Shull-Absent RESOLUTION 10-344 SEPARATION OF MARK CI..ARK FROM TREASURERS OFFICE BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby approves the separation of Mark Clark from the Treasurer's Office effective September 24, 2010, and to pay 2-week severance and any accrued comp or vacation time. Middteswart-Aye Grace-Aye ShulI-Absent RESOLUTION 10-345 APPROVE SUSPENSION OF TAXES BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors does hereby direct the county treasurer to suspend the full year of taxes on the following property as provided in Iowa Code 427.9: Parcel ID 31800000120 Ballou, Jeannie. Mid.dleswart-Aye Grace-Aye ShulI-Absent RESOLUTION 10-346 AMEND INTANGIBLE ASSET POLICY BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby approves to establish the entire Intangible Asset Policy to be at $50,000.00. Middleswart-Aye Grace-Aye ShulI-Absant RESOLUTION 10-347 INTERIM ASSISTANCE REIMBURSEMENT AGREEMENT/DHS BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby approves the Interim Assistance Reimbursement Agreement/DHS as pre- sented. Middleswart-Aye Grace-Aye ShulI-Absent RESOLUTION 10-348 APPROVE CORVE'n'E CLUB REQUEST BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby moves to approve The Corvette Club's request to host the 13" annual Spring Fling Corvette Show on June 4, 2011, from 9 AM to 4 PM, using the north side of the Courthouse grounds. Middleswart-Aye Grace-Aye ShulI-Absant RESOLUTION 10-349 APPROVE AMENDMENT TO RESOLUTION 10-289 BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby moves to approve the recodification of the Warren County Code of Ordi- nance which has been edited and compiled without change in substance. Middleswart-Aye Grace-Aye Shull-Absent The Supervisors gave reports of their previous week's activities. The next regular meeting will be held on October 19, 2010 at 9:30 a.m Upon proper motion the meeting was adjourned at 1:29 a.m. ATTEST: Traci VanderLinden, AUDITOR ;. Kevin Middleawart, CHAIR Extra copies of THE CARLISLE CITIZEN can be picked up at Carlisle Foods, Caseys East, Caseys West, Hunts BP, Medicap, Hartford Git-n-Go and the Carlisle Citizen office i ! OFFICIAL PUBLICATION ORDINANCE NO. 609A ORDINANCE PROVIDING FOR THE VACATION OF AN ALLEY LOCATED WITHIN THE CORPORATE LIMITS OF THE CITY OF CARLISLE, IOWA BE IT ENACTED, by the City Council of the City of Carlisle, Iowa: SECTION 1.  The pur- pose of this Ordinance is to vacate the described alley and thereby re- lieve the City of Carlisle, Iowa, of the responsibility of its maintenance and supervision. SECTION 2. Facts found. The Council of the City of Carlisle, Iowa hereby makes the following findings: 1. The described alley located between Lots 24 and 25, Councilman's Addition to the City of Carlisle, Iowa, is not needed for the use of the public, and, therefore, its maintenance at public expense is no longer justified. 2. The vacation will not deny owners of property abutting on the alley reasonable access to their property. 3. Notice of the intended vaca- tion, including the date on which the Council would consider the vacating of the alley, was pnblished in a pa- per of general circulation ih the City of Carlisle and posted at the Carlisle City Hall not more than twenty (20) days nor less than four (4) days prior to the date set for the hearing. SECTION 3. Vacation: A 16 ft. alley running east and westbetween Lots 24 and 25, Councilman's Addi- tion to the City of Carlisle, Warren County, Iowa, subject to all utility easements, is hereby declared va- cated. SECTION 4. Repealer. All Ordi- nances or parts of Ordinances in conflict with the provisions of this Ordinance are hereby repealed. SECTION 5. Severability clause. If any section, provisions or part of this Ordinance shall be adjudged to be invalid or unconstitutional, such adjudication shall not affect the va- lidity of the Ordinance as a whole or any section, provision or part thereof not adjudicated invalid or unconsti- tutional. SECTION 6. When effective. This ordinance shall be in effect from and after its final passage, approval, and publication as provided by law. PASSED AND APPROVED by the City Council of the City of Carlisle, Iowa this 30th day of Sep- tember, 2009. Ruth Randleman, Mayor ATTEST: Nell Ruddy, City Clerk 1st reading: Sept. 14, 2009 2nd reading: Sept. 30, 3009 3rd reading: Waived Published: October 28, 2010 OFFICIAL PUBLICATION CITY OF CARLISLE SPECIAL CITY COUNCIL MEETING MINUTES Tuesday, October 19, 2010 6:00 P.M. Carlisle City Hall Council Chamber Officials present: Mayor Ruth Randleman, Council members Rob- ert VanRyswyk and Doug Hammerand, City Administrator/ Clerk Nell Ruddy and Deputy Clerk/ Treasurer Kay Black. Council mem- bers Drew Merrifield, Eric Mahnke and Alma Reed and were absent. Mayor Randleman presided and called the meeting to order at 6:00 P.M. Due to lack of a quorum, the meeting opened as a discussion. The subject of the meeting was business development in Carlisle and the perceived lack of City support for business development based on the results of a Chamber survey. Issues raised in the survey by General Mills included the need for street repairs on SE 64" Ave and SE 52  St. and the lack of communication about the impact of a proposed sand and gravel business. It was stated that the City has not done a very good job of communicating the status of the S. 1 't. St. project, especially about why the contractor has not been on the job since the Norwalk football game on October 8th. Alma Reed ardved at 6:15 P.M. and a quorum was declared. There was consensus that the City does not communicate well with the businesses or the general public and that there is too much dependence on outside consultants and not enough input from citizens for plan- ning future projects. Examples cited were the recreation complex pro- posed for the former school district property on SE 52 ' and the public safety/library space needs analysis. It was felt that expectations and cost estimates for proposed projects are more like dreams than realities. It was also felt that Carlisle should es- tablish its own vision and goals and not try to copy other cities. Wider distribution of Council agen- das was discussed, including post- ing at the bank and emailing to the Chamber. It was stated that new businesses have been lost due to miscommunication, that the City needs a single point of contact or gatekeeper for developers and busi- ness prospects and that a packet identifying incentives for businesses should be available. Other issues conceming the S. 1st St. project included the City's the fail- ure to anticipate and prepare for con- flicts with the Mediacom and Qwest utilities, especially when everyone knew they were in the construction area, the lack of a final drawing of the project so that people can under- stand what is being done and the poor placement of the project sign, parallel to the highway where it can't be seen by traffic rather than perpen- dicular to the highway. The importance of building advo- cacy for projects was discussed. Examples cited were the new Middle School, the High School and athletic field renovations and the Hartford school renovation. It was felt that the proposed library and police and fire station projects need to be reduced in cost and made more practical be- fore public support is sought. It was noted that City staff faces time and energy constraints due to the large number of projects, includ- ing the Avon Lake sewer, the County Line Road intersection, the S. 1 = St. rehabilitation, the Volunteer Creek improvements, the S. 5 t" St. oveday and the Vision Iowa grant application. SPECIAL CITY COUNCIL MEETING, Tuesday, October 19, 2010 It was felt that the Council and Cham- ber Board should continue to meet on a regular basis. Motion by VanRyswyk, second by Hammerand TO ADJOURN AT 8:25 P.M. carded unanimously on roll call vote of those present. Ruth Randleman, Mayor Attest: Nell Ruddy, Administrator/Clerk