City Council of the City of Sibley
Date posted - July 17, 2014
JULY 14, 2014
The City Council of the City of Sibley met in regular session at 5:00 o’clock PM on
July 14, 2014. The meeting was called to order by Mayor Johnson. Council Members present were Groote, Nobles, Pedley, Henningsen and Buchholtz. Absent none. Also present at the meeting City Administrator Glenn Anderson, City Clerk Kris Vipond.
Motion by Groote seconded by Buchholtz to approve the agenda. All voted Aye. Nay none.
Motion by Henningsen seconded by Nobles to approve the consent agenda as follows: approve minutes from previous meeting; approve bills and bills paid in vacation, reappoint Ray Gruis to the Board of Adjustment for a term through July 1, 2019 and appoint Charlie Bechtold to the Library Board for a term through July 1, 2020 to fill the vacancy created by the resignation of Kathy Winter.
A & M LAUNDRY MOPS/TOWELS 61.03
ADVANCED SYS COPIER MAINT 192.60
AHLERS COONEY AMEND URBAN REN PLAN 4,103.18
ALLEGIANT EMERGENCY FIRE GEAR 2,209.21
ALLIANT GAS 6,678.68
AMAZON BOOKS 90.82
ARNOLD POOL REAGENT 168.24
AUTOMATED CONTROLS OIL/GASKETS 706.14
BAKER & TAYLOR BOOKS 3,396.47
BARCO SUPPLIES 41.45
BELTMAN JAMEY T-BALL ORGANIZER 50.00
BOMGAARS SPRAYER 309.99
BORDER STATES BRACKET 1,709.17
BURNDY LLC REPAIRS 450.50
BUYSMAN NICK UMPING BB/SB 45.00
CITY OF SIBLEY CAF MED/CAFETERIA 1,465.42
COLLECTION SERV MISC DED 67.19
COOP ELEVATOR ROUNDUP 157.25
COOP ENERGY FUEL 795.00
COVENTRY HEALTH CAF HEALTH 20,812.66
D & K PRODUCTS CHEMICAL 618.13
DAKOTA SUPPLY LIGHT FIXTURES 437.93
DEMCO JACKETS 365.41
DEPART OF ENERGY PURCHASE POWER 44,179.60
DGR ENGINEERING RICE NESHAP 807.50
DIAMOND VOGEL TRAFFIC PAINT 1,513.40
DOLL DIST BEER 199.55
DYNO TERRACAIR 85.15
ECHTER ‘S GREENHOUSE FERTILIZER/BASKETS 113.50
ECOLAB PEST CONTROL 263.41
EFTPS FED/FICA TAX 22,698.26
ENERGIS HIGH VOLTAGE OIL SAMPLE KITS 389.48
ENVENTIS PHONE SERV 1,076.31
FARNER BOCKEN CONCESSIONS 673.25
FERGUSON ENT MIXING VALVE 1,097.27
FERGUSON WATERWORKS METER KIT 1,907.92
FIRST NATIONAL BANK LIQUOR 2,473.34
HENRY FISHER JANITOR 200.00
GREENE BECK UMPING SB/BB 105.00
GREGG CONST STORM SEWER 5,200.00
GROUT MUSEUM COLORFUL CHEMISTRY 239.00
LOREN GRUIS THERMOPANE 136.00
TY HANNA UMPIRE BB/SB 15.00
HAWKINS INC CHEMICALS 1,494.93
HD SUPPLY GASKET/LUBRICANT 21,192.22
HEIMAN FIRE TURN-OUT GEAR 4,865.85
HILLYARD KRESTO/HAND FOAM 442.62
HTC CABLE TV 149.83
SHELBY HUISENGA UMPING SB/BB 45.00
IAMU ENERGIZERS 243.96
IMWCA WORK COMP 3,792.00
IADNR ANNUAL FEE 328.29
IA DIVISION OF LABOR POOL INSPECTION 95.00
IOWA INFORMATION HELP WANTED AD 221.51
IOWA LEAGUE OF CITIES MEMBERSHIP DUES 1,384.00
IOWA PRISON IND FIRE RINGS 589.60
IPERS IPERS W/H 12,063.25
JCL SOLUTIONS GLOVES 130.12
JEDDELOH REPLACE FUEL TANK 3,570.26
JENSEN ALEC UMPING BB/SB 30.00
JOHN’S EQUIPMENT ICE SCOOP 6.00
JUNGERS EMILY UMPING BB/SB 30.00
KEITH MERRICK CO SHIRTS 1,278.35
LEWIS & CLARK LOBBYING CHARGES 1,529.00
LEWIS FAMILY DRUG LYSOL/BANDAGES 42.97
LOCAL UNION UNION DUES 502.63
LOUTSCH RACHEL MEATBALLS/CUPCAKES 27.68
LOWE KYLE UMPING SB/BB 15.00
MATT LOWE UMPING SCHEDULE 100.00
MANGOLD TESTING 144.00
MATALONI CONNIE HEALTH INS REIMB 1,012.86
MC&R POOLS CONTROLLER/SENSOR 1,771.88
MIDWEST COCA-COLA POP 190.89
MIDWEST CONTROL RICE NESHAP 900.00
NAPA HOSE END/HOSE 207.53
NIENKERK CONST PORT-A-POT 140.00
NO STREAKING WINDOW CLEANING 75.00
NW READY MIX ST REPAIRS 1,113.50
NOTEBOOM IMP SCREW/NUT 539.74
NW IA AREA LANDFLL GATE FEES 3,720.54
O’LEARY AVIATION PHONE 35.00
OFFICE ELEMENTS FOLDERS/STAPLES 307.49
OSCEOLA CO ECONOMIC DVLP ASSESSMENT 14,204.66
OSCEOLA COMM HOSPITAL MOP/MOP HEADS 133.90
OSCEOLA CO GAZETTE ORD/MINUTES 1,694.36
OSCEOLA CO TREASURER POLICE PROTECTION 18,102.58
OSCEOLA ELECTRIC COOP SIGN ELECTRIC 28.77
OVERDRIVE WILBOR DOWNLOAD 551.82
OVERHEAD DOOR REPAIR DOOR 231.00
PEDLEY LARRY MILEAGE 84.56
PEPSI BEVERAGES POP 227.48
PETTY CASH POSTAGE/REC ORD 112.78
PITNEY BOWES POSTAGE 3,000.00
PLATT CHARLENE REFUND LESSONS 25.00
PLIC SBD GRAND ISLAND LIFE FAMILY 181.12
PRESTO X PEST CONTROL 36.20
QUILL CORP LAMINATING POUCH 70.99
RECK TYLER UMPING BB/SB 15.00
REGIONAL TRANSIT VEHICLE LEASE 442.82
RESEARCH TECHNOLOGY COLORED PAPER 293.75
S2 COMPUTER SYMANTEC ENDPOINT 345.95
SCHMILLEN CONST CRUSH CONCRETE 30,000.00
SCHNEPF LUMBER SLIDERS 1,653.76
SCHUCK DYLAN UMPING BB/SB 105.00
SCHUMACHER ELEVATOR SCHEDULED MAINT 190.16
SEIVERT BRIAN L PARTS/SPRAYER 98.00
SERVICES UNLIMITED SCADA CONTROL 4,011.56
SHEEHAN MACK LOADER CONTRACT 1,870.00
SIBLEY CHAMBER FY15 FUNDING 833.33
SIBLEY HARDWARE PAIL/LID 1,118.72
SIBLEY PIZZA RANCH PIZZA STEM 91.00
SIBLEY PRIDE & INVLMT BUCK-A-MONTH 502.00
SIBLEY SHEET METAL SPARK MODULE 405.00
SIBLEY SUPER FOODS PICKLES/EGGS 298.46
SKARSHAUG TESTING CLEAN/TEST 75.03
STERLING COMPUTER TONER 85.15
STOREY KENWORTHY MIN BOOK/RES BOOK 360.40
DARRELL TEERINK SLAB SAWING 692.00
THE LIFEGUARD STORE SUITS 267.56
THINER LYNELLE POP 151.77
TITLE CO LIEN SEARCH 150.00
TREASURER ST OF IA STATE W/H 3,318.00
TURFWERKS IRRIGATION REPAIR 1,183.00
TUTJE JOSH UMPING BB/SB 240.00
TUTJE MOLLY UMPING BB/SB 369.00
UPS SHIP SAMPLE 10.84
USA BLUE BOOK HOSE 321.19
STEPHEN VAN KLEY BLDG INSPECTOR 400.00
VAN WERT INC FORM 2S/REGISTER 5,724.00
VIA RAIL LOGISTICS RAIL DESIGN 6,900.00
VOGEL PAINT REPAIR DOOR 175.75
VOGEL TRAFFIC SERV STRIPING 764.50
WASHINGTON NATIONAL INS CANCER INS 86.26
WRIGHT EXPRESS DIESEL 4,581.58
YAMAHA GOLF CART LEASE 1,280.00
TOTAL ACCNTS PAYABLE 300,728.67
PAYROLL CHECKS NET PAY 76,164.59
PAID TOTAL 376,893.26
REPORT TOTAL 376,893.26
Doll Dist Beer 817.75
Osceola Co Recorder Record Urban Ren Plan 177.00
Osceola Co Recorder File Deed 221.20
Petty Cash Postage/Story Hr 55.78
IPERS IPERS 12,063.25
Connie Mataloni Health Ins Reimb 1,012.86
Doll Dist Beer 199.55
State Treasurer W/H Tax 3,318.00
IA Prison Ind Fire Rings 589.60
City of Sibley Child Care Cafeteria 720.00
State Treasurer Use Tax 3,019.00
Johnson Brothers Beer 155.50
IA Workforce Work Comp 855.32
Kim Weishun Deposit Ref 57.08
Mike Tolliver Deposit Ref 121.31
Carol Dagel Deposit Ref 75.00
Tom Wagner Deposit Ref 154.79
Mike Grau Deposit Ref 80.00
City of Sibley Deposit Ref 100.00
Jose Rivera Deposit Ref 125.00
City of Sibley Deposit Ref 766.61
State Treasurer Sales Tax 133.00
Doll Dist Beer 543.65
Dean Franzen Juggling Performance 250.00
MYFL Registrations 320.00
FUND TOTAL – Electric Improvement $1,707.50, General $56,670.68, Electric $78,732.63, Water $10,187.15, Sewer $5,679.95, Garbage $10,025.34, Road Use Tax $40,588.27, Capital Reserve $10,412.41, Golf $11,480.65, Trust & Agency $1,479.79, Transit $4,920.88, Employee Benefits $1,889.52, Rail Spur $29,113.03, Health Ins $1,012.86, TIF $177.00.
RECEIPTS SUMMARY – General $143,461.41, Road Use Tax $25,751.30, Employee Benefits $2,664.90, Emergency Fund $132.21, TIF $3,513.75, Revolving Loan Fund $4,866.73, Debt Service $2,064.71, Capital Project $26,699.17, Lagoon Repair $187.48, Street Improvement $93.74, Water $51,902.82, Water Improvement $833.33, 2013 Water Sinking $4,676.00, Sewer $23,354.21, Sewer Relocation $1,737.00, Electric $246,236.56, Trust & Agency $1,575.00, Electric Improvement $658.54, Garbage $31,499.53, Golf $29,757.00, Transit $9,576.11, Health Insurance $79.69.
Tina Baartman was present at the meeting to ask Council to consider spraying for mosquitos in town. Following discussion, Council asked that staff gather more information for their consideration. Ms. Baartman also requested that the City pick up trash in front of the set of houses on 10th Street between 3rd and 4th Avenue rather than in the alley.
Discussion was held regarding the decrease in the Nutritional Stipend from Elderbridge Agency on Aging. Sandy Iwen, Elderbridge Representative, explained that the available funding formula was changed to provide a more equitable distribution of funds. Item #3 of the contract says that the City of Sibley will not be financially responsible for any of the supplies utilized in the Elderbridge meal program, yet the City has been covering many of the supplies such as dishwasher chemicals, can liners and paper products. Motion by Nobles seconded by Henningsen to accept the Nutritional Stipend Memorandum of Agreement between Elderbridge Agency on Aging and City of Sibley and asking the City Clerk to draft a letter to Elderbridge expressing their dissatisfaction with the decrease, lack of notice before the City budget was prepared and notifying Elderbridge that they will be expected to comply with item #3 covering the cost of supplies utilized. All voted Aye. Nay none. Abstain: Pedley.
Motion by Nobles seconded by Groote to approve pay request #1 in the amount of $902,776.33 to Trackworks, Sleepy Eye, MN for the Rail Project pending receiving bond money. All voted Aye. Nay none.
Councilperson Nobles introduced Resolution No 1298-14, Authorizing the Government Financing of Economic Development Activities that Serve a Public Purpose and moved that the same be adopted. Councilperson Pedley seconded the motion to adopt. The roll was called and the vote was Aye 5. Nay 0.
Council Member Groote then introduced Resolution No 1299-14, Correcting and Amending a Scrivener’s Error in the Legal Description in the Sibley Urban Renewal Plan for Amendment
No 3 and moved that the same be adopted. Council Member Buchholtz seconded the motion to adopt. The roll was called and the vote was Aye 5. Nay 0.
Council Member Buchholtz introduced Ordinance No 646-14A, An Ordinance Correcting and Amending Ordinance No. 646-14, Providing that General Property Taxes Levied and Collected each Year on all Property Located Within the Amended Sibley Urban Renewal Area, in the City of Sibley, County of Osceola, Sibley-Ocheyedan Community School District and other Taxing Districts, be Paid to a Special Fund for Payment of Principal and Interest on Loans, Monies Advanced to and Indebtedness, including Bonds Issue or to be Issued, Incurred by the City in Connection with the Amended Sibley Urban Renewal Area (Amendment No. 3 to the Sibley Urban Renewal Plan) Nunc Pro Tunc entitled and moved that the three readings be waived and moved that the same be adopted. Council Member Groote seconded the motion to waive the three readings and motion to adopt. The roll was called and the vote was Aye 5. Nay 0.
Motion by Henningsen seconded by Pedley to approve pay request #3 in the amount of $4,011.56 to Services Unlimited, Ireton, IA for SCADA Phase #3. All voted Aye. Nay none.
Councilmember Groote introduced Resolution No 1300-14, Certifying to the County Treasurer Costs of Unpaid Utility Bills and moved that the same be adopted. Councilmember Buchholtz seconded the motion to adopt. The roll was called and the vote was Aye 5. Nay 0.
Motion by Henningsen seconded by Buchholtz to approve the salary correction to Resolution 1291-14 for Cory Dykstra where it should have stated $21.75 per hour effective July 1, 2014. All voted Aye. Nay none.
Council concerns and administrators report was given.
Councilperson Pedley left the meeting at 6:18 P.M.
Motion by Henningsen seconded by Nobles to go into closed session at 6:18 P.M. per Iowa Code 21.5 (1) (i). On roll call the vote was Aye 4. Nay 0. Closed session was taped. Motion by Henningsen seconded by Groote to come out of closed session at 6:40 P.M. All voted Aye. Nay none.
Motion by Nobles seconded by Buchholtz to allow the City Administrator to pursue an evening part time job as long as it does not conflict with his City Administrator duties. All voted Aye. Nay none.
Motion by Henningsen seconded by Groote to adjourn at 6:43 P.M. All voted Aye. Nay none.
Kristen L. Vipond
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