City Of Sibley Council Proceedings

Date posted - August 14, 2013

City Of Sibley Council Proceedings
REGULAR SESSION AUGUST 12, 2013
The City Council of the City of Sibley met in regular session at 5:00 o’clock PM on August 12, 2013. The meeting was called to order by Mayor Johnson. Council Members present were Groote, Nobles by phone, Henningsen and Pedley. Absent Buchholtz. 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 Henningsen seconded by Groote to approve the consent agenda as follows: approve minutes from previous meeting, approve bills and bills paid in vacation, reappoint Steve Van Kley on the Park Board for another three year term to September 2016, approve 1015 Steak Company Class C Liquor License w/Sunday Sales, approve Casey’s General Store Class C Beer Permit w/Sunday sales and approve Merry Lanes Class C Liquor License w/outdoor service & Sunday sales. All voted Aye. Nay none.

BILLS SUBMITTED
A & D TEE TIME JULY PRO SHOP 485.25
ADVANTAGE CO DIGITIZATION 12,030.00
ALLIANT GAS/ELECTRIC 2,451.07
AMAZON BOOKS 502.95
ARNOLD POOL CO POOL CHEMICALS 17.07
ASSOC FOR RURAL & SML LIB CLASS 210.00
BAKER & TAYLOR BOOKS 729.66
BORDER STATES FUSE/PVC/ARM 1,533.10
BOSMA WATER REPAIRS/SPLASH 113.73
BURBACH AQUATICS PHASE 1 – POOL 4,176.80
CENTER SPORTS MARKING PAINT 45.00
CITY OF SIBLEY PROJECT SHARE 91.25
COOPERATIVE ENERGY TIRE TUBES 5,831.36
D & K PRODUCTS FERTILIZER 705.22
DAKOTA SUPPLY GROUP TAPE/LIGHT/SIGNS 713.79
DAN’S TREE SERVICE TREE TRIMMING-STORM 47,076.22
DAVIS TYPEWRITER TAPE 29.95
DEKOTER THOLE LEGAL SERVICES 833.00
DGR ENGINEERING WATER STORAGE 14,597.33
DITCH WITCH OF SD PISTON/O-RING/SEAL KIT 634.80
EFTPS FED/FICA TAX 10,266.82
EFTPS FED/FICA TAX VOIDED (17.18)
FARNER BOCKEN CO CANDY/NUTS 516.86
FERGUSON ENTERPRISES PVC/COUPLINGS 2,033.90
FERGUSON WATERWORKS GASKETS/METER 6,708.23
FISHER, HENRY JANITOR SERVICES 200.00
GRADY & SCHRAM CONST RUNWAY REPAIR 6,700.00
GRUIS GLASS TRUCK LETTERING 60.00
HAWKINS POOL CHEMICALS 1,342.75
HD SUPPLY PIPE 394.33
HEIMAN FIRE EQUIPMENT REPAIR/EXTING 1,487.35
HICKORY TECH PHONE SERV 1,002.92
HICKORY TECH PHONE SERV 143.66
HTC CABLE 60.29
IMWCA WORK COMP PREMIUM 4,488.00
IA DNR ANNUAL FEE 210.00
IA DEPT OF TRANSP SAFETY VESTS/RAIN GEAR 225.86
IOWA INFORMATION AD 114.10
IOWA LIBRARY ASSOC REGISTRATION 216.00
JAKE’S MEAT MARKET CHICKEN/PATTIES 121.00
JANSMA CONNIE SAND VOLLEYBALL/SWAT 413.00
JCL SOLUTIONS SCRUBBER/TISSUE/LIDS 4,639.28
JEDDELOH INC PART/BELT/REPAIR 422.14
JENNESS CORY CHUTE BOARD/COVERS 975.38
KEITH M MERRICK CO DECALS/T-SHIRTS 3,436.22
KENDELL’S REPAIR DUMPSTER BOTTOM 220.00
KNIGHT PROTECTION ALARM TEST/INSPECTION 182.00
LARSON CRANE SERV CRANE/OVERTIME/LABOR 630.00
LEWIS FAMILY DRUG BANDAIDES/LYSOL 8.78
LOUTSCH, RACHEL GIFT CARDS 20.00
M & J LLC BAR/ROLL TOWELS 50.68
MANGOLD ROUTINE SAMPLES 15.00
MIDWEST COCA-COLA POP/POWERADE 280.72
MUNICIPAL SUPPLY FITTINGS 218.02
NAPA HOSE END/FLARE KITS 15.87
NAPA AUTO PARTS BLUE DEF 660.32
NORTHWEST EQUIP WHEELS/REPAIR/CABLE 243.47
NORTHWEST MFG CASTERS 930.00
NW IA LANDFILL GATE FEES 3,945.40
O’LEARY AVIATION PHONE 35.00
OFFICE ELEMENTS TONER/TAPE/PEN 515.47
OSCEOLA COMM HOSPITAL DRUG TESTING 16.55
OSCEOLA CO GAZETTE LOESCHEN BOA 774.58
OSCEOLA CO TREASURER POL PROTEC/TAXES 19,994.64
OVERHEAD DOOR ANGLE IRON 150.00
P & S ELECTRIC ALARM 124.14
PEDLEY, LARRY L&C MTG 22.04
PEPSI BEVERAGES POP/GATORADE 299.04
PETE CLAUSON TRUCKING SEWER REPAIR 525.00
PETTY CASH CHAMBER ANNUAL MTG 36.85
PHOENIX FABRICATORS WATER TOWER 8,312.50
PRESTO X PEST CONTROL 35.35
QUILL CORPORATION JELLY BEANS 44.52
RACOM CORP ANTENNA 40.50
REGIONAL TRANSIT VEHICLE LEASE 304.88
RUNES FURNITURE FURNITURE 350.00
RUNNING’S AUTO CUT 69.98
SCHMILLEN CONST CRUSHING CONCRETE 30,000.00
SCHNEPF LUMBER CO SAND/FENCE/SCREWS 820.94
SCHUMACHER ELEVATOR SCHEDULED MAINT 186.80
SHEEHAN MACK LOADER CONTRACT 1,870.00
SIBLEY CHAMBER FY14 FUNDING 833.33
SIBLEY HARDWARE SUPPLIES 1,031.37
SIBLEY KIWANIS MEETINGS 22.80
SIBLEY SHEET METAL WATER HEATER 187.60
SIBLEY SUPER FOODS PLATES/BAGS/FORKS 275.23
SKARSHAUG CLEAN/TEST 380.93
STOREY KENWORTHY COPY PAPER 479.85
STUART C IRBY CO METER/BATTERY/FUSE 37,103.32
TEAM LAB AQUA TERRA 469.00
TEERINK CONCRETE SAWING SLAB SAWING 596.00
TURFWERKS PARTS 192.64
UPS SHIP SAMPLE 32.13
UNITY POINT CLINIC DRUG TEST 74.00
WRIGHT EXPRESS DIESEL/GAS 5,148.15
YAMAHA GOLF & EQUIPMENT CART RENT 1,280.00
ZIMCO SUPPLY CHEMICALS/WET AGENT 322.25
TOTAL ACCOUNTS PAYABLE 259,045.23
PAYROLL CHECKS NET PAY 33,665.56
VACATION BILLS
State Treasurer Sales Tax 9,938.00
Jerrad Brouwer Health Ins Reimb 464.18
Schottsy’s Liquor Liquor 409.89
Johnson Brothers Beer 90.00
Doll Dist Beer 465.90
IPERS IPERS 11,394.08
State Treasurer State W/H 3,675.00
Bomgaars Coupling 55.99
Grady & Schram Const Runway Repair 9,627.13
Petty Cash Postage/Summer Rdg 86.72
EFTPS FICA/Fed W/H 10,266.82
Employees Net Pay 33,665.56
Gary Obbink Health Ins Reimb 460.99
Brian Seivert Health Ins Reimb 884.81
Star Leasing Copier Lease 198.00
Schottsy’s Liquor Liquor 639.83
Doll Dist Beer 529.30
FUND TOTAL – Employee Benefits $1,893.86, Capital Project Fund $20,495.81, Feldkamp Estates $172.00, Water Storage $22,909.83, General $149,121.61, Electric $56,390.01, Water $15,601.24, Sewer $4,682.23, Garbage $12,536.27, Road Use Tax $33,973.71, Golf $10,849.69, Transit $1,392.99, Health Insurance $1,809.98.
RECEIPTS SUMMARY – General $64,423.32, Road Use Tax $22,913.73, Employee Benefit $3,174.17, Emergency Fund $247.51, TIF $993.54, Revolving Loan Fund $5,656.40, Debt Service $4,382.35, Capital Project $43,086.54, Water $52,895.31, Water Improvement $833.37, 2013 Water Sinking $4,676.00, Sewer $21,732.42, Sewer Relocation $1,737.00, Electric $255,530.30, Trust & Agency $1,850.00, Garbage $22,163.07, Golf $29,396.80, Transit $1,623.00, Health Insurance $56.81.
Councilperson Pedley introduced Ordinance No 644-13, Amending Article XIII: Additional Use Regulations By Adding 13.10 Sibley, Iowa 2013 Airport Land Use and Height Overlay Zoning Ordinance and moved that the requirement that the Ordinance be considered at two prior Council readings be waived. Councilperson Groote seconded the motion to waive the requirement that the Ordinance be considered at two prior Council meetings. The roll was called and the vote was Aye 4. Nay 0. The Mayor declared that the motion to waive the requirement that the Ordinance be considered at two prior Council meetings has been passed by a vote of not less than three-fourths of all of the members of the Council. Councilperson Henningsen then moved that the proposed Ordinance be adopted. Councilperson Groote seconded the motion to adopt. The roll was called and the vote was Aye 4. Nay 0.
Councilperson Henningsen introduced Resolution No 1244-13, Amending the City of Sibley Handbook and moved that the same be adopted. Councilperson Groote seconded the motion to adopt. The roll was called and the vote was Aye 4. Nay 0.
Councilperson Groote introduced Resolution No 1245-13, Authorizing the 2013-2014 Property Improvement Incentive Program and moved that the same be adopted. Councilperson Henningsen seconded the motion to adopt. The roll was called and the vote was Aye 4. Nay 0.
Motion by Groote seconded by Pedley to approve pay request #7 in the amount of $8,312.50 to Phoenix Fabricators & Erectors Inc., Cincinnati, OH for the Water Storage Tank Project. All voted Aye. Nay none.
Discussion was held regarding renting or selling the old Mauch car wash to an individual who was interested in using it as a shop to work on cars. Council asked City Administrator Janssen to get more information before making a decision.
Discussion regarding the Parks included: metal detectors needing rules and signs, who would follow-up on violations and asking the Park Board member to decide if it really is a problem; sand volleyball court – the Park Board plans on raising money to add a 2nd one to Central Park; looking into a reasonable price solution for the tennis court; split the cost of the ice rink with the hospital and have them continue with programming – City Clerk will contact the hospital to set up a meeting; received a $10,000.00 grant from Alliant to plant more trees and Alliant staff would help with planting and the Park Board to design NE Park/trail and then a contractor can be hired.
Jerry updated the Council regarding the golf course. Jerry informed the Council they are looking into remodeling the kitchen using a grant from the Osceola Community Foundation but additional funds will be necessary to complete the project.
City Administrator Janssen reported that the railroad project is being worked on and he is currently waiting for Union Pacific to get back to him on a purchase price for the spur. A construction contractor and engineer have a plan waiting and have had some materials delivered, but cannot move forward until the property has been purchased. Janssen is also working with the City Attorney to review the possibility of purchasing as a finished product versus purchasing before work is done.
Council concerns and administrators report was given.
Motion by Pedley seconded by Groote to adjourn at 6:10 P.M. All voted Aye. Nay none.

Jerry Johnson
Mayor
ATTEST:
Kristen L. Vipond
City Clerk

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