City Of Sibley Council Proceedings

Date posted - June 14, 2013

CITY OF SIBLEY
COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS

REGULAR SESSION
JUNE 10, 2013
The City Council of the City of Sibley met in regular session at 5:00 o’clock PM on June 10, 2013. The meeting was called to order by Mayor Johnson. Council Members present were Buchholtz, Groote and Pedley. Absent Nobles and Henningsen. Also present at the meeting City Administrator Dan Janssen, City Clerk Kris Vipond.
Motion by Groote seconded by Pedley to approve the agenda. All voted Aye. Nay none.
Motion by Buchholtz seconded by Groote to approve the consent agenda as follows: approve minutes from previous meeting, approve bills and bills paid in vacation and approve Class B Wine Permit (Carryout Wine) & Special Class C Liquor License (Beer/Wine) for The Lantern Coffeehouse & Roastery. All voted Aye. Nay none.
BILLS SUBMITTED
A & D Tee Time Pro Shop Sales 890.43
Algona Mun Utility Connectors 3,683.25
All Star Pro Golf Ball Bag 90.15
Alliant Gas/Diesel 951.72
Alpha Wireless Radio Repairs 66.27
Altec Controller 53.06
Amazon Books 270.04
Arnold Pool Reagents 194.30
ATCO Slip Slide 168.20
Baker & Taylor Books 673.76
Barco Coat 130.72
Ben’s Plumbing Fittings/Clamp 243.42
Book Farm Book 15.99
Border States Transformer/Poles 38,304.50
Bosma Water Splash 31.00
Brown Supply Adapter 87.09
C & B Operations Chain/Saw 70.38
Chapman Metering Utility Support 636.65
Chemco Towels/Tissue 146.54
Chemical Sanitizing Urinal Screens 3.99
Connie Carlson CPR Recertifications 240.00
Continental Research Bacto Dose 487.52
Coop Energy Gas/Repairs 3,484.38
Dakota Supply Lights 1,140.00
DeKoter Thole Legal Serv 476.00
Del’s Garden Center Spring Clean-Up 656.98
DGR Engineering 10,305.50
Dyno Oil Oil Drum 2,131.77
Echter’s Greenhouse Baskets 2,463.67
Environmental Resource Testing 199.57
Farner Bocken Concessions 1,757.92
Ferguson Waterworks Meters 1,182.42
First National Bank Hotel Expense/Wristbands 326.63
Fisher Henry Janitor 200.00
Graham Tire Tire 414.14
Grimm Beth Mileage/Meals 33.30
Harms & Henrichs Shovel 227.00
Hawkins Chemicals 1,402.75
Heiman Fire Inspection/Extg 140.00
Hickory Tech Phone Serv 53.81
Hillyard Towels/Soap 128.07
HTC Cable TV 53.65
IMWCA Work Comp Premium 10,475.00
Interstate All Battery Batteries 80.00
IA DNR Certificate Renewals 340.00
IA Information Ads 280.32
IA League of Cities Workshop 70.00
IA One Call Locate Calls 18.00
Jake’s Meat Market Patties/Chicken 402.20
Jamerson William Performance 225.00
JCL Lids/Tissue/Liners 293.74
Jeddeloh Inc Filters/Oil 221.40
Johnson Barb Spice 34.26
Larson Crane Unload Transformer 330.00
Lewis Family Drug Neosporin/Diapers 16.30
Loutsch Rachel Doll/Book 122.95
M & J LLC Towels 21.72
Mataloni Connie Mileage 40.68
Men’s League League Dues 150.00
Mid-American Research Lubricant 132.41
Midwest Coca Cola Pop/Mix 519.84
NAPA Filters/Fittings 349.92
National Child Safety Child Safety 194.50
NW AEA Laminating 2.80
NW Equipment Starter/Filter 38.81
NW Mfg Dumpster 477.75
NW IA Planning & Dvlp Dues 1,231.12
NW IA Landfill Gate Fees 2,962.47
O’Leary Aviation Water/Fuel 384.02
Office Elements Cartridges/Contract 435.81
Osceola Co Gazette Envelopes/Ads 1,001.63
Osceola Co Treasurer Police Protection 18,088.23
Overdrive Inc Wilbor Download 551.82
Pepsi Beverages Pop 273.66
Pete Clauson Trucking Excavator/Repairs 21,857.50
Petersen Fabricating Gutter Repair/Pedestals 275.00
Petty Cash Fuel 45.00
Presto X Pest Control 37.69
Quill Corp Paint/Stickers 211.50
Regional Transit Vehicle Lease 310.28
Rehab Systems Televise Sewer 400.00
Ron’s Repair Sensor 294.05
Schnepf Lumber Rock/Lumber 225.04
Schumacher Elevator Maintenance 186.80
Secretary of State Notary Stamp 30.00
Shaughnessy’s Buns 42.42
Sheehan Mack Loader Contract 1,870.00
Sibley Chamber Funding 833.34
Sibley Hardware Battery/Conduit 572.84
Sibley Pizza Ranch Pizza 122.84
Sibley Sheet Metal Sump Pump/Valves 1,045.10
Sibley Super Foods Concessions 362.98
Skarshaug Testing Clean/Test 715.10
Spencer Municipal Labor/Equip 25,426.85
Storey Kenworthy Binder/Ribbon 35.34
Team Aqua Terra 469.00
The Lifeguard Store Suits 582.00
Turfwerks Repair/Greenscare 1,043.14
UPS Ship Samples 32.28
Vector Insurance 410.99
Willemssen Brad Replace Glasses 230.00
World Book Online Reference 695.00
Wright Express Gas/Diesel 4,983.82
Yamaha Golf Cart Lease 1,280.00
Zimco Chemicals 2,329.00
VACATION BILLS
Community Bank Credit Card Fees 59.58
Osceola Co Rural Water Water 10,241.66
RPGI Purchase Power 79,754.49
Doll Dist Beer 593.05
US Postmaster Postage 309.67
Johnson Brothers Beer 93.90
Doll Dist Beer 243.00
State Treasurer Sales Tax 7,706.00
Schottsy’s Liquor Liquor 253.27
Petty Cash Petty Cash 150.00
Doll Dist Beer 339.55
Doug Breuer Health Ins Reimb 4,750.00
State Treasurer State W/H 4,648.00
Jerrad Brouwer Health Ins Reimb 61.38
Connie Mataloni Health Ins Reimb 3,616.30
Rollie Monkemeier Health Ins Reimb 377.30
Petty Cash Postage 104.96
Doug Vander Plaats Janitor 374.00
IPERS IPERS 16,528.00
Verlyn Smidt Health Ins Reimb 176.10
Schottsy’s Liquor Liquor 658.01
MYFL Registrations 10,340.00
Star Leasing Copier Lease 198.00
IA Finance Authority Loan Fees 16,430.00
Bankers Trust Loan Fees 272,275.12
Doll Dist Beer 533.00
Johnson Brothers Beer 169.80
Summerset Winery Wine Tasting Fundraiser 222.60
IA Finance Authority Loan Int 3,991.75
FUND TOTAL – Employee Benefits $4,420.29, Lagoon Repair $469.00, Water Storage & Distribution $3,355.50, Electric Improvement $5,141.00, General $62,977.57, Electric $171,050.50, Water $86,839.12, Sewer $4,766.50, Garbage $12,610.10, Road Use Tax $4,177.39, Debt Service $208,731.75, Golf $14,345.82, Transit $1,600.47, Sewer Relocation $16,430.00, Health Insurance $8,981.08, Capital Reserves $11,375.60.
Steve Ludwig, Brandy Nunley and son were present at the meeting to request to have four chickens on a permanent basis at 720 9th Street. It was explained to the Council that the chickens are tame, there are no roosters and manure is used for a garden. They have had these chickens since March 20, 2013. The Council had a discussion and will postpone their decision until the next meeting on June 24, 2013.
The Council reviewed the Contractual Agreement between the Elderbridge Agency on Aging, Inc. and the City of Sibley for $3,000.00 Title III-B funding for Transportation services. Motion by Groote seconded by Buchholtz to authorize the Mayor to sign the contract. All voted Aye. Nay none. Abstain: Pedley.
Motion by Pedley seconded by Buchholtz to approve FY13 Audit Engagement Letter with East, Vander Woude, Grant & Co., P.C. All voted Aye. Nay none.
Motion by Pedley seconded by Groote to approve the Osceola County Health Care Coalition Memorandum of Understanding. All voted Aye. Nay none.
Motion by Groote seconded by Buchholtz to approve using $4,122.00 of the FY13 Economic Development budget to assist the Sibley Housing and Development Corporation with bills associated with acquiring the Hancock Concrete property. All voted Aye. Nay none.
Councilperson Pedley introduced the following Ordinance entitled “SIBLEY, IOWA 2013 AIRPORT LAND USE AND HEIGHT OVERLAY ZONING ORDINANCE” for a second reading and moved that it be passed to a third reading.
Councilperson Groote seconded the motion to pass the Ordinance to a third reading has passed. The roll was called and the vote was:
AYES: Pedley, Groote and Buchholtz
NAYS: None
The Mayor declared that the motion to pass to a third reading has passed.
Councilperson Pedley introduced the following Ordinance entitled “AN ORDINANCE AMENDING TITLE 4 PUBLIC HEALTH AND SAFETY, CHAPTER 2 SOLID WASTE CONTROL, ARTICLE A GENERAL PROVISIONS” for a second reading and moved that the Ordinance be passed to a third reading.
Councilperson Buchholtz seconded the motion to pass the Ordinance to a third reading. The roll was called and the vote was:
AYES: Pedley, Buchholtz and Groote
NAYS: None
The Mayor declared that the motion to pass the Ordinance to a third reading has passed.
Councilperson Pedley introduced the following Ordinance entitled “AN ORDINANCE AMENDING TITLE 4 PUBLIC HEALTH AND SAFETY, CHAPTER 2 SOLID WASTE CONTROL, ARTICLE B COLLECTION OF SOLID WASTE” and moved that the Ordinance by passed to a third reading.
Councilperson Groote seconded the motion to pass the Ordinance to a third reading. The roll was called and the vote was:
AYES: Buchholtz, Groote and Pedley
NAYS: None
The Mayor declared that the motion to pass the Ordinance to a third reading has passed.
Councilmember Pedley introduced Resolution No 1237-13, Certifying to the County Treasurer Costs of Unpaid Utility Bills and moved that the same be adopted. Councilmember Groote seconded the motion to adopt. The roll was called and the vote was Aye 3. Nay 0.
Councilperson Pedley left the meeting at 5:40 P.M.
Council concerns and administrators report was given.
Motion by Buchholtz seconded by Groote to adjourn at 5:55 P.M. All voted Aye. Nay none.

Jerry Johnson
Mayor
ATTEST:
Kristen L. Vipond
City Clerk

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