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Thursday, November 21, 2013 The Carlisle Citizen Page Nine Continued from page eight then east along Market Street to Garfield Street, then north along the west line of outlot 16 for a distance of two hundred sixty-six feet, then east along the north line of outlot 16 for a distance of four hundred feet, then north for a distance of one hun- dred fifty feet to Elm Street, then east along Elm Street to Railroad Street, then north along Railroad Street to Park Street and then east along Park Street to the Union Pacific Railroad right of way, and all that portion of the City of Carlisle located on both sides of Highway 6 and zoned C-2 Com- mercial District and Some of that por- tion of the City of Carlisle located on both sides of Highway 5 and zoned R-1 Light Density Residential and R- 2 medium Density Residential, more fully described as follows: Auditor's Outlots 37, 38, 39, the south 165' of 50 & 51; lands located north of Cole Street between S. Eighth Street and S. Fifth Street and south of Iowa High- way 5; lands located north of Ash Street and south of Iowa Highway 5; a tract 200' x 600' located south of Iowa Highway 5 and west of 165th Place; lots 4 and 5, Clearview Heights, Plat 3; a tract 100' x 435.6' and a tract 100' x 64.8' in lot 13, Clearview Heights, Plat 5. [Note: Amendment No. 1 to Area #2 added certain land, but the same land was then deleted by Amendment No. 2 to Area #2.] : The taxes levied on the taxable property in the Amended Area, legally described in Section 1 hereof, by and for the benefit of the State of Iowa, County of Warren, Iowa, Carlisle Community School District, and all other taxing districts from and after the effective date of this Ordinance shall be divided as hereinafter in this Ordinance pro- vided. : As to the Original Area #2, that portion of the taxes which would be produced by the rate at which the tax is levied each year by orfor each of the taxing districts tax- ing property in the Original Area #2 upon the total sum of the assessed value of the taxable property in the Original Area #2 as shown on the assessment roll as of January 1, 1999, being the first day of the cal- endar year preceding the first calen- dar year in which the City of Carlisle certified to the County Auditors of Warren and Polk Counties the amount of loans, advances, indebt- edness or bonds payable from the division of property tax revenue de- scribed herein, shall be allocated'to and when collected be paid into the fund for the respective taxing district as taxes by or for the taxing district into which all other property taxes are paid. The taxes so determined shall be referred herein as the "base pe- riod taxes" for such area. Because Amendment No. 2 to Area #2 removed the property added to Area #2 byAmendment No. 1 in 2009, there no longer is a base value for the area added byAmendment No. 1 toArea #2 in 2009. : That portion of the taxes each year in excess of the base pe- riod taxes for the Amended Area, de- termined for each sdl-area thereof as provided in Section 3 of this Ordi- nance, shall be allocated to and when collected be paid into the special tax increment fund previously estab- lished by the City of Carlisle, State of Iowa, to pay the principal of and in- terest on loans, monies advanced to, or indebtedness, whether funded, refunded, assumed or otherwise, in- cluding bonds issued under author- ity of Section 403.9 or Section 403.12 of the Code of Iowa, incurred by the City of Carlisle, State of Iowa, to fi- nance or refinance, in whole or in part, urban renewal projects under- taken within the Amended Area pur- suant to the Urban Renewal Plan, as amended, except that (i) taxes for the regular and voter-approved physical plant and equipment levy of a school district imposed pursuant to Iowa Code Section 298.2 and taxes for the instructional support program of a school district imposed pursuant to Iowa Code Section 257.19 (but in each case only to the extent required under Iowa Code Section 403.19(2)); (ii) taxes for the payment of bonds and interest of each taxing district; (iii) taxes imposed under Iowa Code Section 346.27(22) related to joint county-city buildings; and (iv) any other exceptions under Iowa Code Section 403.19 shall be collected against all taxable property within the Amended Area without any limitation as hereinabove provided. : Unless or until the total assessed valuation of the taxable property in the areas of the Amended Area exceeds the total assessed value of the taxable property in the areas shown by the assessment rolls referred to in Section 3 of this Ordi- nance, all of the taxes levied and col- lected upon the taxable property in the Amended Area shall be paid into the funds for the respective taxing districts as taxes by or for the taxing districts in the same manner as all other property taxes. Section 6: At such time as the loans, monies advanced, bonds and interest thereon and indebtedness of the City of Carlisle, State of Iowa, re- ferred to in Section 4 hereof have been paid, all monies thereafter re- ceived from taxes upon the taxable property in the Amended Area shall be paid into the funds for the respec- tive taxing districts in the same man- ner as taxes on all other property. Section 7: All ordinances or parts of ordinances in conflict with the pro- visions of this Ordinance are hereby repealed. The provisions of this Or- dinance are intended and shall be construed so as to continue the divi- sion of taxes from property within the Original Area #2 under the previsions of Section 403.19 of, the Code of Iowa, as authorized in Ordinance No. 459. In the event that any provision of this Ordinance shall be determined to be contrary to law it shall not affect other provisions or application of this Or- dinance which shall at all times be construed to fully invoke the provi- sions of Section 403.19 of the Code of Iowa with reference to the Amended Area and the territory con- tained therein. : This Ordinance shall be in effect after its final passage, ap- proval and publication as provided by taw. PASSED AN D APPROVED this 11 day of November, 2013. Joe Grandstaff, Mayor Pro-Tem ATTEST: City Clerk OFFICIAL PUBLICATION ORDINANCE NO. 659 (Dollar General/Subway TIF Ordi- nance) AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING THAT GENERAL PROPERTY TAXES LEVIED AND COLLECTED EACH YEAR ON CERTAIN PROP- ERTY LOCATED WITHIN THE CARLISLE URBAN RENEWALAREA #3, IN THE CITY OF CARLISLE, COUNTY OF WARREN, STATE OF IOWA, BYAND FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE STATE OF IOWA, CITY OF CARLISLE, COUNTY OF WARREN, CARLISLE COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT, AND OTHER TAXING DISTRICTS, BE PAID TOASPECIAL FUND FOR PAYMENT OF PRINCI- PAL AND INTEREST ON LOANS, MONIES ADVANCED TO AND IN- DEBTEDNESS, INCLUDING BONDS ISSUED OR TO BE ISSUED, INCURRED BY THE CITY IN CON- NECTION WITH THE CARLISLE URBAN RENEWAL AREA #3 AREA (CARLISLE URBAN RENEWAL AREA #3 PLAN (DOLLAR GEN- ERAL/SUBWAY TIF ORDINANCES) WHEREAS, the City Council of the City of Carlisle, State of Iowa, after public notice and hearing as pre- scribed by law and pursuant to Reso- lution No. 2013111103 passed and approved on the 11th day of Novem- ber, 2013, adopted an Urban Re- newal Plan (the =Urban Renewal Plan") for an urban renewal area known as the Carlisle Urban Renewal Area #3 (the =Urban Renewal Area"), which p..grtion of theUrban Renewal Area includes the lots and parcels located within the area legally de- scribed as follows: DOLLAR GENERAL/SUBWAY TIF ORDINANCE AREA Dollar General Store Lot 1, Danamere Farms Plat 2, an Official Plat, now included in and forming a part of the City of Carlisle, Warren County, Iowa. And Parcel =A" of the Survey Lot 2, Danamere Farms Plat 2, an Offficial Plat, now included in and forming a part of the City of Carlisle, Warren County, Iowa, as recorded in Book 2012, Page 3713 on May 1, 2012 in the office of the Warren County Re- corder. Parcel #39090020010 and #39090020021 Subway Restaurant Lot 1 in Danamere Farms Plat 3, an Official Plat, now included in and forming a part of the City of Carlisle, Warren County, Iowa, together with all easements and servient estates appurtenant thereto and subject to (a) zoning and other applicable building ordinances, and (b) easements and covenants of record. Parcel #39090030010 WHEREAS, expenditures and in- debtedness are anticipated to be in- curred by the City of Carlisle, State of Iowa, in the future to finance ur- ban renewal project activities carried out in furtherance of the objectives of the Urban Renewal Plan; and WHEREAS, the City Council of the City of Carlisle, State of Iowa, desires to provide for the division of revenue from taxation in the Urban Renewal Area, as above described, in accor- dance with the provisions of Section 403.19 of the Code of Iowa, as amended. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT OR- DAINED BYTHE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CARLISLE, STATE OF IOWA: . That the taxes levied on the taxable property in the Urban Renewal Area legally described in the preamble hereof (the Dollar General/ Subway TIF Ordinance Area), by and for the benefit of the State of Iowa, City of Carlisle, County of Warren, Carlisle Community School District, and all other taxing districts from and after the effective date of this Ordi- nance shall be divided as hereinaf- ter in this Ordinance provided. Seion 2. That portion of the taxes which would be produced by the rate at which the tax is levied each year by or for each of the taxing districts upon the total sum of the assessed value of the taxable property in the Dollar General/Subway TIF Ordi- nance Area, as shown on the assess- ment roll as of January 1 of the cal- endar year preceding the first calen- dar year in which the City of Carlisle, State of iowa, certifies to the Auditor of Warren County, Iowa the amount of loans, advances, indebtedness, or bonds payable from the division of property tax revenue described herein (which certification is directed to be made during the 2013 calendar year), shall be allocated to and when collected be paid into the fund for the respective taxing district as taxes by or for the taxing district into which all other property taxes are paid. . That portion of the taxes each year in excess of the base pe- riod taxes determined as provided in Section 2 of this Ordinance shall be allocated to and when collected be paid into a special tax increment fund of the City of Carlisle, State of iowa, hereby established, to pay the prin- cipal of and interest on loans, mon- ies advanced to, indebtedness, whether funded, refunded, assumed or otherwise, including bonds or ob- ligations issued under the authority of Section 403.9 or 403.12 of the Code of Iowa, as amended, incurred by the City of Carlisle, State of Iowa, to finance or refinance, in whole or in part, urban renewal projects under- taken within the Urban Renewal Area pursuant to the Urban Renewal Plan, except that (i) taxes for the regular and voter-approved physical plant and equipment levy of a school dis- trict imposed pursuant to Iowa Code Section 298.2 and taxes for the in- structional support program of a school district imposed pursuant to Iowa Code Section 257.19 (but in each case only to the extent required under Iowa Code Section 403.19(2)); (it) taxes for the payment of bonds and interest of each taxing district; (iii) taxes imposed under Iowa Code Section 346.27(22) related to joint county-city buildings; and (iv) any other exceptions under Iowa Code Section 403.19 shall be collected against all taxable property within the Dollar General/Subway TIF Ordi,, nance Area without any limitation as hereinabove provided. . Unless or until the total assessed valuation of the taxable property in the Dollar General/Sub- way TIF Ordinance Area exceeds the total assessed value of the taxable property in the Dollar General/Sub- way TIF Ordinanca Area as shown by the assessment roll referred to in Section 2 of this Ordinance, all of the taxes levied and collected upon the taxable property in the Dollar Gen- eral/Subway TIF Ordinance Area shall be paid into the funds for the respective taxing districts as taxes by or for the taxing districts in the same manner as all other property taxes. . At such time as the loans, advances, indebtedness, bonds and interest thereon of the City of Carlisle, State of Iowa, referred to in Section 3 hereof have been paid, all monies thereafter received from taxes upon the taxable property in the Dollar General/Subway TIF Ordi- nance Area shall be paid into the funds for the respective taxing dis- tricts in the same manner as taxes on all other property. . All ordinances or parts of ordinances in conflict with the pro- visions of this Ordinance are hereby repealed. The provisions of this Or- dinance are intended and shall be construed so as to fully implement the provisions of Section 403.19 of the Code of iowa, as amended, with respect to the division of taxes from property within the Dollar General/ Subway TIF Ordinance Area as de- scribed above. In the event that any provision of this Ordinance shall be determined to be contrary to law, it shall not affect other provisions or application of this Ordinance which shall at all times be construed to fully invoke the provisions of Section 403.19 of the Code of Iowa with ref- erence to the Dollar General/Subway TIF Ordinance Area and the territory contained therein. . This Ordinance shall be in effect after its final passage, ap- proval and publication as provided by law. PASSED AND APPROVED this 11 day of November, 2013. Joe Grandstaff, Mayor Pro-Term ATTEST: Andrew Lent, City Clerk OFFICIAL PUBLICATION City of Hartford Minutes of Regular Meeting October 15, 2013 The regular meeting of the Hartford City Council was held in the Council Chambers of Hartford City Hall, 150 W. Elm Street, Tuesday, October 15, 2013. Members answering roll call at 6:31 p.m. included Stefanie Johnson, Larry Bohlen, Rodney Petry, Joe Hammond and Mark Goldsberry. Members absent: Kim Dingeman Robert Benton of Stuyvesant & Benton and Nate Carhoff of Snyder & Associates were in attendance. Staff members present included Zack Prickett, Fire/Rescue Chief and Alec Striegel, Public Works Assistant Motion by Hammond and seconded by Goldsberry TO APPROVE AGENDA AS WRITTEN. Roll call vote: Motion carried unanimously, Council member Dingeman arrived for meeting. Motion by Goldsberry and sec- onded by Hammond TO APPROVE THE MINUTES OF THE SEPTEM- BER 17, 2013 REGULAR MEETING AS WRITTEN. Roll call vote: Motion carried unanimously. Council members reviewed city fi- nancial and fire/rescue reports for the month of September 2013. Motion by Hammond and seconded by Dingeman TO RECEIVE AND FILE THE SEPTEMBER 2013 CITY FI- NANCIAL REPORTS. Roll call vote: Motion carried unanimously. Motion by Hammond and seconded by Petry TO RECEIVE AND FILE THE SEP- TEMBER 2013 FIRE/RESCUE RE- PORTS. Roll call vote: Motion carded unanimously. Consent Aoenda The consent agenda included claims in the amount of $10,383.40 and ad- ditional bills in the amount of $9,714.21. Council member Goldsberry reviewed presented claims prior to the meeting. Discus- sion and clarification was held re- garding claims from Turner Valve Service, Noble Ford Mercury and various claims for fire command ve- hicle. Motion by Petry and seconded by Goldsberry TO APPROVE CLAIMS AND ADDITIONAL BILLS FOR PAYMENT AS PRESENTED. Roll call vote: Motion carried unani- mously. An application for renewal of a class c liquor license for MonaLou Trading Post was reviewed. Lou McCormick reported he has acquired space in the auction house. Motion by Hammond and seconded by Goldsberry toAPPROVE RENEWAL OF CLASS C LIQUOR LICENSE FOR MONALOU TRADING POST. Roll call vote: Motion carried unani- mously, Mayoral Proclamation Kelly Barber of 210 West Street was present and thanked the Mayor and council for their support of the proc- lamation to declare the month of No- vember 2013 "Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month" in the City of Hart- ford. Kelly provided statistics regard- ing this cancer and of the claiming of the life of her spouse George. Mayor Bohlen encouraged Kelly to provide flyers and any information at city hall for distribution to local residents. Mayor Bohlen made a statement of approval for the proclamation. Public Comment Mayor Bohlen welcomed guests and asked for public comment. Amanda Peterson, representing MonaLou Trading Post reported on the recent benefit at the facility. Peterson re- ported the business recently has taken possession of the remainder of the Pirtle Auction building. Discus- sion was held regarding the original premise liquor license and applicable fire codes and occupancy capacity of the expanded business. Concerns about live music and noise issues were also discussed. No action taken. Reort A. Mayor Mayor Bohlen reported the local Git- N-Go store is planning a complete renovation probably to be completed in the Spring. The new facility will in- clude sale of diesel fuel that will in- crease large truck traffic at the loca- tion. A site, plan will be provided to the City for review prior to com- mencement of construction. Discus- sion was held about the possible re- moval of the decayed buildings to the east of the present facility. The sal- vage vehicle adjacent to the city park has been removed. Acquired an over- head heater; may have installed in public works building. The Mayor stated an employee policies draft may be available for the November regular meeting. B. Public Works Alec Striegel reported the public works department was preparing fa- cilities for winter. An update on work projects at lagoon was presented. Petry advised using remainder of street patch materials prior to snow. Director Doug Peebler will be on lim- ited duty pending outcome of hemia surgery. C. FirslRescue Zack Prickett reported the oxygen service provider has been changed and will realize cost savings. Air pack testing was good. Problems with #1 engine not passing pump tests. Could possibly be a distributor prob- lem on the motor; will investigate aVo enue to repair problem. Problems with medicare billing; cast blame to Clerk; original application filed by staff of Fraser Transportation. Mayor Bohlen stated he will obtain facts from all parties to remedy the matter. The Mayor also stated a policy needs developed to address authorization to open charge accounts on behalf of the city, authorized personnel to pur- chase and shipping location of goods and services. Possible use of debit card may be considered. D. City Council No specific topics discussed. E- Clerkrrreasurer Brad Herrold was absent due to a medical procedure. Council Business Council consensus is to hold Beggar's Night on Wednesday, Oc- tober 30, 2013 from 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. in the City of Hartford. This will coin- cide with Carlisle and the majority of surrounding communities. The sewer billing adjustment request of council member Dingeman regarding frozen water pipe inside her garage was dis- cussed. It was determined the water leak of approximately 15, 000 gallon did not enter the wastewater system. Dingeman requested a sewer refund of $103.20 of which has been paid prior to the water district. Motion by Goldsberry and seconded by Johnson TO REFUND KIM DiNGEMAN $103.20 IN SEWER FEE OVERAGE DUE TO FROZEN GA- RAGE WATER PIPE. Roll call vote; Motion carried unanimously. A letter from TowerCo offering a grant of easement request in the amount of $75,000.00 to purchase the existing easement where the cellular tower is located was reviewed. The City pres- ently receives $500.00 monthly in lease payments from TowerCo. Council members indicated no desire to consider the grant of easement proposal. Motion by Gotdsberry and seconded by Petry TO NOT PRO- CEED WITH GRANT OF EASE- MENT REQUEST BY TOWERCO. Roll call vote: Motion carded unani- mously. Discussion was held regard- ing revisions/amendments to the ex- isting sidewalk, driveway culverts and junk and junk vehicle ordinances. Goldsberry stated sidewalk "gaps" should be included in the ordinance. Petry stated the ordinance should state which property classes are in- cluded in the ordinance. Attorney Robert Benton stated the City should not depart from the current Iowa code regarding revisions. Benton empha- sized city officials will meet much resistance when trying to enforce the sidewalk ordinance and must have a well thought out justification to pro- ceed. Discussion was held regard- ing elderly residents and probable cost. Council member Hammond stated the City does not have com- plete sidewalks in any area of town. Robert Benton stated the ordinance should be enforced regarding safety matters. Cracks and gaps along with stated time for snow removal to be included in revised draft. Revisions to other ordinances should be pro- vided to Clerk in the next 2 weeks. Mayor Bohlen expressed desire for the council to consider replacement of the existing dump truck. Detail was provided and reviewed indicating over $43K in repairs and mainte- nance since acquiring the truck in 2001. The current vehicle is 23 years old. Atrade-in of $5,000.00 with plow has been offered. The present vehicle can be used in town only. Concerns were raised about price of obtaining new snow plow. Discussion was held regarding upgrade of vehicle for the fire department. Council member Hammond stated the City cannot af- ford anything. Use of general obliga- tion bonds to finance equipment for both departments was discussed. Lease purchase terms for the dump truck from O'Halloran International were discussed. Zack Prickett will obtain price estimates for the Novem- ber regular meeting. Motion by Dingeman and seconded by Hammond TO PURCHASE 2005 IN- TERNATIONAL DUMP TRUCK WITH $5000.00 TRADE-IN ALLOW- ANCE FROM O-HALLORAN INTER- NATIONAL WITH STIPULATION TO MOVE FORWARD WITH COMMIT- . MENTTOACQUlRE FIRE DEPART- MENT APPARATUS. Roll cell vote: Hammond; aye, Petry; aye, Johnson; aye, Goldsberry; aye, Dingeman; aye. Motion carried unanimously. The building lease proposal for equip- ment storage at Hartford Automotive was not presented to the City for con- sideration. No action taken on agenda item 9F. Council members advised the building official should review code requirements at 2 com- mercial business locations. Public works director Peebler felt sewer connections should be checked also. Motion by Petry and seconded by Hammond TO ADJOURN THE MEETING AT 7:56 P.M. Roll call vote: Motion carried unanimously. Mayor Bohlen adjourned the meeting. Bred Herrold, Clerk/Treasurer Attest: Larry Bohle, Mayor (Transcribed from tape) OFFICIAL PUBLICATION CITY OF HARTFORD CASH DISBURSEMENTS - OCTOBER 2013 Treasurer - State Oflowa Sales Tax $110.00 Metro Waste Authority Curb-It Sept 13 707.31 Centurylink Phone/Intemet Sept 13 412.37 Midamerican Energy Utilities 1,824.77 At & T Long Distance/Sept 13 60.81 Mediacom Intemet/Fire Dept. 49.95 Warren Water District Water Service 73.66 Aspen Waste Systems, Inc. Solid Waste/Oct 13 2,139.00 Git-N-Go Convenience Stores Fuel - Sept 2013 658.40 Keystone Lab Sampling Fees 330.00 Truenorth Company Life Insurance 7.92 Praxair Cylinder Lease 86.26 Access Systems Lease/Copier, Fax 99.15 Zack Prickett Reimburse/Radio Pads 59.80 Fraser Transportation Med Supply 71.16 Jim's Johns Portable/Park 50.00 Verizon Wireless Cellular/Sept 13 91.69 Wellmark Blue Cross Nov Premium 2,666.48 John Atkin Parts/Fire Dept 16.54 O'reilly Automotive Fire Dept 386.84 Heating & Cooling Company Filters 161.76 Tumer Service Valve Exercise 516.00 Morris Tree ervice Tree Removals 1,850.00 Mccoy True Value Fire Dept 72.02 Illinois Fire Store Fire Dept 81.62 Safe Builidng Compliance Inspections  1,344.30 Miracle Recreation Park Equipment 1,734.90 U.S. Cellular Cellular- Oct 13 149.48 Iowa League Of Cities Dues 538.00 Heartland Co-Op . Chemicals 360.00 Menards Street/Lagoon Depts 528.99 Snyder & Associates Engineering Fees 723.50 Parker Signs & Graphics Fire Dept 515.75 Matt Parrott & Sons Office Supply 278.46 Imwca Work Comp Addition 727.00 Doug Peebler Reimburse/Lodging 392.00 Eagle Engraving Fire Dept 45.00 Quality Service Corp Vehicle Repair 2,011.23 Cps Authority Vehicle Repair 1,090.68 Warren County Sheriff Servico/6 Mos 5,200.00 Kim Dingeman Refund/Sewer 103.20 Treasurer-State Of Iowa Payroll Tax 399.00 I.R.S. Eflps Payment Payroll Tax 2,260.46 Ipers Payroll Tax 1,299.96 Payroll Claims October 13 6,225.13 Total $38,510.55 CITY OF Hartford SUMMARY OF FUNDS - OCTOBER 2013 RECEIPTS DISBURSEMENTS General Fund $55,955.97 $21,499.03 Road Use 8,160.21 5,107.98 I-Jobs Road 0 0 Employee Benefit 14,540.60 3,396.56 Emergency 1,606.58 0 Recycling 914.19 707.31 Solid Waste Pickup 2,235.88 2,139.00 Sewer Fund 14,781.16 5,660.67 Srf Plan &Design 0 0 I-Jobs Grant 0 0 Storm Water Fund 1,139.94 0 Total $100,334.53 $38,510.55 OFFICIAL PUBLICATIN CITY OF CARLISLE SPECIAL CITY COUNCIL MEETING MINUTES Monday, November 4, 2013, 6:30 P.M. Carlisle City Hall Council Chamber Elected Officials present were Mayor Ruth Randleman and Council Members Joe Grandstaff, Drew Merrifield, and Robert Van Ryswyk, constituting a quorum. Also present were City Administrator/Clerk Andrew Lent, Deputy Clerk/Treasurer Kay Black, and Police Lieutenant Matt Koch. Council Members Eric Goodhue and Doug Hammerand were absent. Mayor Randleman called the meeting to order at 6:30 P.M. CITIZEN PARTICIPATION: Limited to items listed on the agenda. There was no citizen participation OLD BUSINESS and NEW BUSI- NESS and POSSIBLE ACTION: Pat Martin and Kristin Billingsley Cooper from Ahlers & Cooney Law Firm were present to explain the ur- ban renewal process and the devel- opment agreement with Fareway- Grocery Stores. Discussion of the Urban Renewal Area followed with questions of why and if this is what other cities do. Pat Martin explained how Urban Renewal Area and Tax Increment Financing work and how the taxes on Dollar General and Sub- way will pay the payments on the loan of $145,000 from Warren County. The development agreement be- tween Fareway, Warren County, and the City of Carlisle was also dis- cussed in detail. The council con- sensus was that the 20 year no-com- pete clause-was not acceptable. Many questions were asked and pos- sible solutions were made by the Council and the citizens attending. All other details of the agreement were agreeable. UPCOMING MEETINGS AND EVENTS: None INFORMATION: None CITIZEN PARTICIPATION: Items not listed on the agenda: None. ADJOURNMENT: Motion by Grandstaff, seconded by Merrifield TO ADJOURN AT 7:50 P.M., carded unanimously on roll call vote. Ruth Randleman, Mayor Attest Kay Black, Deputy Clerk/Treasurer