City Of Sibley Council Proceedings
Date posted - September 11, 2013
CITY OF SIBLEY COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS
SEPTEMBER 9, 2013
The City Council of the City of Sibley met in regular session at 5:00 o’clock PM on September 9, 2013. The meeting was called to order by Mayor Pro-Tem Nobles. Council Members present were Nobles, Buchholtz and Henningsen. Absent Mayor Johnson, Pedley and Groote. Also present at the meeting City Administrator Dan Janssen, City Clerk Kris Vipond.
Motion by Henningsen seconded by Buchholtz to approve the agenda. All voted Aye. Nay none.
Motion by Buchholtz seconded by Henningsen to approve the consent agenda as follows: approve minutes from previous meeting, approve bills and bills paid in vacation, appoint Adam Larsen to the Library Board for the term ending July 1, 2018 to fill the vacancy created by the resignation of Mike Anderson and appoint Nathan Rockman to the Library Board for the term ending July 1, 2016 to fill the vacancy created by the resignation of Gary Snow. All voted Aye. Nay none.
A & D TEE TIME PRO-SHOP SALES 211.70
ALLIANT GAS 528.02
AMAZON BOOKS 219.18
APPA DUES 738.76
ANDERSON ALIGNMENT ALIGNMENT 128.49
B & J DEVLP TAX REBATE 249.70
BAKER & TAYLOR BOOKS 2,504.90
BF&S LAWN FALL APP 1,854.70
BORDER STATES FUSE/LUG/LUBRICANT 5,410.20
BSN SPORTS FLAG/FOOTBALLS 223.68
CHILD’S WORLD DUCT TAPE/BALLOON 254.35
COOP ENERGY LABOR/SERVICE 3,789.08
D & K PROD SPORTS TURF 91.13
D.P.I. BACKHOE 1,657.50
DAILY GLOBE TRUCK BID AD 71.60
DAKOTA SUPPLY SAW/TOOL HOLDER/LIGHT 1,511.77
DAVIS TYPEWRITER PENS 5.00
DEEP CLEAN CLEAN FLOORS 4,659.00
DGR UTILITY IMP 183.69
DOLL DIST BEER 381.00
EAST, VANDER WOUDE AUDIT 7,829.21
ECOLAB PEST CNTRL 254.50
ED’S ELECTRIC ICE STORM REPAIRS 485.50
EFTPS FED/FICA TAX 8,867.15
FAIRBANKS MORSE VALVE/PILOT AIR 735.13
FERGUSON ENT COUPLER/CLAMP/CUTTER 944.19
FIRST NAT BANK OF OMAHA HARD HATS 135.70
FISHER, HENRY JANITOR 200.00
GARETH STEVENS PUB ORIGAMI 43.49
GEMPLER’S SAFETY VESTS 92.75
GRAINGER VALVE CONTROL 78.50
GRUIS GLASS DECALS/LETTERING 735.00
H & D UNDERGROUND DIRECTIONAL BORING 18,304.00
SARA HIBMA LATCH BOX 5.85
HICKORY TECH PHONE SERV 980.96
HTC CABLE 60.29
IMWCA WORK COMP PREMIUM 4,488.00
IADNR CERTIFICATION FEE 80.00
IOWA INFORMATION TRUCK BIDS AD 428.21
IOWA PRISON IND FIRE RINGS 558.80
IOWA UTILITIES BOARD DUES 1,905.00
JCL SOLUTIONS CUPS/WIPES/TOWELS 396.24
KENDELL’S REPAIR RELEASE PLATES/SPRINGS 200.25
LEWIS DRUG LYSOL 3.29
M & J TOWEL/MAT 45.82
MARCO, JODI LEGION JANITOR 29.75
MIDWEST TURF WASHERS/IDLER ARM 134.09
MUNICIPAL SUPPLY CURB VALVES 618.46
MYFL COOKIE DOUGH 27,534.00
NAPA AUTO PARTS BATTERY/TOWELS/FILTER 425.75
NO STREAKING WINDOW CLEANING 26.00
NW READY MIX READY MIX 1,522.00
NOVELTY MACHINE BALL BEARING 106.82
NW IA LANDFILL GATE FEES 3,330.86
O’LEARY AVIATION PHONE 35.00
OFFICE ELEMENTS MAINT CONTRACT 64.76
OSCEOLA CO GAZETTE SCHOOL BUS SAFETY 797.46
OSCEOLA CO TREASURER POLICE PROT 18,992.64
OVERHEAD DOOR SALES OPERATOR ARM/SPRING 776.66
PENWORTHY CO BOOKS 420.04
PETTY CASH POSTAGE 77.78
PIPESTONE PUBLISHING ELECTRIC LINE AD 78.00
PRESTO X PEST CONTROL 35.35
QUILL CORP LACE/PENCIL/BAGS 213.94
SCHNEPF LUMBER REROD/CABINET/PINE 157.05
SCHUMACHER ELEVATOR SCHEDULED MAINT 186.80
SHEEHAN MACK LOADER CONTRACT 1,870.00
SIBLEY CHAMBER FY14 FUNDING 833.33
SIBLEY HARDWARE CLEANER/BAGS 1,377.36
SIBLEY PIZZA RANCH STEM PIZZA 57.00
SIBLEY SUPER FOODS BATTERY/WATER 185.65
SKARSHAUG CLEAN/TEST GLOVES 51.50
ST LIBRARY OF IA SUBSCRIPTION FEE 164.90
STOREY KENWORTHY CARTRIDGES/TAPE 228.24
JAY & KAREN TEN NAPEL PROPERTY INCNTVE PROG 450.00
THE PRESS SUBSCRIPTION 24.50
TURFWERKS MARKING/RAKE 106.00
UPS SHIP SAMPLE 33.32
VANDE GRIEND, JEFF AIR VALVE 11.98
VECTOR DUES 14,427.07
WRIGHT EXPRESS DIESEL 4,461.40
YAMAHA GOLF CART LEASE 1,280.00
TOTAL ACCOUNTS PAYABLE 153,758.44
PAYROLL CHECKS NET PAY 27,840.19
***** REPORT TOTAL ***** 181,598.63
Johnson Brothers Beer 90.00
MYFL Jersey Fee 30.00
Doll Dist Beer 381.00
MYFL Cookie Dough 27,534.00
Petty Cash Postage 77.78
Star Leasing Copier Lease 198.00
Doll Dist Beer 439.75
Schottsy’s Liquor Liquor 251.32
Petty Cash Concessions 300.00
FUND TOTAL – General $42,524.67, Garbage $11,115.82, Golf $6,112.02, Capital Reserve $33,128.39, Road Use Tax $4,405.88, Employee Benefits $1,893.86, Rolling Hills $15.40, Lagoon Repair $106.09, Water $4,272.93, Sewer $1,953.40, Electric $39,965.61, Transit $730.27.
RECEIPTS SUMMARY – General $47,758.89, Road Use Tax $27,130.83, Employee Benefits $3,048.13, Emergency Fund $185.16, TIF $7,345.31, Revolving Loan Fund $4,689.08, Debt Service $3,139.57, Capital Project $51,266.69, Water $64,279.10, Water Improvement $833.33, 2013 Water Sinking $4,676.00, Sewer $27,005.10, Sewer Relocation $1,737.00, Electric $254,240.35, Trust & Agency $700.00, Garbage $29,390.74, Golf $18,097.89, Transit $1,041.82.
FFA Advisor Brian Gottlob and FFA members Sara Eggink, Lars Ackerman, Thomas Zylstra and Makenzie Wolter were at the meeting to present a request to City Council to build a 10’ by 8’ chicken coop on school property in City limits and manage a chicken business each semester. A fact sheet was handed out and reviewed including the description of the project, community need project will meet, goals and anticipated results, schedule and finances. The school board will also be asked to approve this project at their next meeting. Council members requested that FFA members contact residents that would be most affected and let them know that this will be voted on at the next City Council meeting on Monday, September 23, 2013 at 5:00 P.M.
No bids were received for cement work and construction of a pergola for the Northeast Park and trail continuation project. City staff will contact the school to see if Mr. Lemke’s class would be willing to build the pergola and contractors regarding the cement work. The deadline of December 31, 2013 can be extended if that was the problem for bidders.
Motion by Henningsen seconded by Buchholtz to approve the proposal for water and wastewater SCADA Phase 2 in the amount of $42,811.59 from Services Unlimited. All voted Aye. Nay none.
Motion by Buchholtz seconded by Henningsen to accept by Resolution No 1247-13, FY13 City Street Financial Report. On roll call the vote was Aye: Buchholtz, Henningsen and Nobles. Nay: none.
Motion by Henningsen seconded by Buchholtz to approve an additional 8 private cart shed stalls at a maximum cost of $15,000 to come out of reserves and to be replenished by rental income on the new units. All voted Aye. Nay none. According to the Golf Commission’s request, labor for the building will be donated and the commission will prepare the location by removing bushes and pouring cement with all costs included in the $15,000 estimate.
Council concerns and administrators report was given.
Motion by Buchholtz seconded by Henningsen to adjourn at 6:16 P.M. All voted Aye. Nay none.
Kristen L. Vipond
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