City Of Sibley Council Proceedings
Date posted - August 28, 2013
CITY OF SIBLEY
AUGUST 26, 2013
The City Council of the City of Sibley met in regular session at 5:00 o’clock PM on August 26, 2013. The meeting was called to order by Mayor Johnson. Council Members present were Groote, Nobles, Buchholtz, Henningsen and Pedley. Absent Janssen. Also present at the meeting City Clerk Kris Vipond.
Motion by Groote seconded by Pedley to approve the agenda with the removal of Item #3 reappoint park board member. All voted Aye. Nay none.
Motion by Nobles seconded by Henningsen to approve the consent agenda as follows: approve minutes from previous meeting, approve bills and bills paid in vacation and approve Sibley Super Foods Class C Beer Permit with Sunday Sales. All voted Aye. Nay none.
ADVANCED SYSTEMS COPIER LEASE 98.75
ALLIANT GAS/ELECTRIC 1,149.33
ARBOR SCIENTIFIC DART GUN/DART 127.07
BAM’D SALES RADIO REPAIRS 240.00
BECHLER, DAN CAMERAS 18.23
BOSMA WATER SPLASH 31.60
CITY OF SIBLEY CAF MED 643.66
CITY OF SIBLEY UTILITY PYMTS 6,049.00
COLLECTION SERV CNTR MISC DED 67.19
COOP SHOP PROPANE 715.00
COVENTRY HEALTH CAF HEALTH 15,353.50
DAKOTA RIGGERS CHAIN SLING 168.81
DEPT OF ENERGY PURCHASE POWER 48,183.31
DGR ENGINEERING ENGINEERING 340.38
DIAMOND VOGEL PAINT 2,651.54
DYNO’S TERRACAIR DEF 83.99
EFTPS FED/FICA TAX 10,158.14
ENVIRONMENTAL RES TESTING 199.57
EZ-LINER IND VALVE/GASKET 274.15
SARA HIBMA 5TH QTR GAMES/TV 875.47
I WIRELESS CELL PHONE SERV 87.82
IOWA ONE CALL LOCATE CALLS 29.70
JAKE’S MEAT MARKET PATTIES 60.80
JCL SOLUTIONS TOILET TISSUE 84.60
KANNEGIETER, JACKIE JANITOR 240.00
LOCAL UNION UNION DUES 436.05
M & J LLC ROLL TOWELS 14.88
MATALONI, DICK & CONNIE TAX REBATE 457.33
MIDWEST COCA-COLA POP 186.00
NAPA BULB 9.14
NORTHWEST MFG SWIVEL CASTERS 247.95
OBBINK, GARY MTG EXP 445.46
OFFICE ELEMENTS COPIES 75.99
OSCEOLA ELECTRIC COOP ELECTRIC 28.85
PEDLEY, LARRY MILEAGE 64.97
PEPSI BEVERAGES POP 183.72
PETTY CASH DORM FRIDGE 40.00
PITNEY BOWES MAILING MACHINE RENT 420.00
PITNEY BOWES POSTAGE FOR METER 3,000.00
PLIC SBD GRAND ISLAND LIFE FAMILY 166.04
REGIONAL TRANSIT VEHICLE LEASE 319.28
RPGI USE OF TI CAMERA 100.00
SEH INC FLDKMP EST/AIRPORT ZONE 10,360.93
SEIVERT, BRIAN L HOSE/ADAPTER 19.10
SHAUGHNESSY’S BUNS 21.00
SIBLEY SHEET METAL COOLER REP 172.00
SIOUX CITY IRON PIPE NIPPLE 11.54
SHEILA SODERQUIST INCENTIVE PROGRAM 145.00
TURFWERKS SQUARE/STAKE 208.80
UPS SHIP SAMPLE/FEE 23.26
VANDER PLAATS, DOUG JANITOR 350.00
WASHINGTON NATIONAL INS CANCER INS 86.26
TOTAL ACCOUNTS PAYABLE 105,741.10
PAYROLL CHECKS 33,335.19
REPORT TOTAL 139,076.29
Johnson Brothers Beer 90.00
Doll Dist Beer 121.00
State Treasurer Sales Tax 91.00
Community Bank Credit Card Fees 346.35
RPGI Purchase Power 104,934.56
Schottsy’s Liquor Liquor 340.74
Johnson Brothers Beer 90.00
Doll Dist Beer 136.60
MYFL Registrations 320.00
Johnson Brothers Wine 32.70
Osceola Co Rural Water Water 13,796.64
US Postmaster Bill Postage 298.71
Gail Knudson Dep Ref 197.98
MYFL Registrations 320.00
State Treasurer Sales Tax 9,510.00
Kari Tjaden Dep Ref 134.64
Linda Weinke Dep Ref 77.78
Dori Bliek Dep Ref 68.72
Sienna Potter Dep Ref 88.94
Chris Schoneman Dep Ref 172.31
Diane Gerdes Dep Ref 84.35
Tom Becker Dep Ref 172.06
Lisa Feldkamp Dep Ref 252.66
City of Sibley Dep Ref 1,650.56
Rollie Monkemeier Health Ins Reimb 212.75
Verlyn Smidt Health Ins Reimb 89.88
Schottsy’s Liquor Liquor 221.01
Doll Dist Beer 376.00
IPERS IPERS 11,290.55
State Treasurer State W/H 3,207.00
FUND TOTAL – Feldkamp Estates $8,400.93, Water Storage $274.38, Electric Improvement $66.00, General $10,640.89, Electric $166,490.53, Water $20,282.09, Sewer $2,808.78, Garbage $2,639.66, Road Use Tax $4,031.04, Golf $4,568.04, Trust & Agency $2,900.00, Transit $568.24, Health Insurance $302.63, Capital Reserve $3,602.54.
Barb Willemssen adult manager of the pool was present at the meeting to update the Council on the 2013 swimming season. The season went great. Lyndsey Van Loh, manager was very knowledgeable and organized but not sure if returning next season. There were 8 fulltime, 2 part-time and 8 subs (9 guards were Water Safety Instructors.)
Motion by Nobles seconded by Buchholtz to approve RICE NESHAP compliance activities amendment #1 to DGR Engineering. All voted Aye. Nay none.
Councilperson Groote introduced Resolution No 1246-13, Declaring Surplus Equipment and Property and moved that the same be adopted. Councilperson Buchholtz seconded the motion to adopt. The roll was called and the vote was Aye 5. Nay 0.
Motion by Nobles seconded by Groote to approve underground construction for Interstate Power & Light. All voted Aye. Nay none.
Lynelle Thiner was at the meeting to represent the Golf Commission. They are requesting up to $15,000 to build a cart shed addition for 8 more private stalls on the west side of the current private cart shed. The majority of labor will be donated including removing bushes, cement work, building and wiring. They would like to begin construction this fall to be completed by spring. Part of the current area for non-private storage would be converted to an area for the course maintenance crew to use. Council asked this to be on the next Council agenda after there has been time to consider funding options. Other discussion included the fences in the golf course addition and update on the kitchen remodeling project and general maintenance and improvement projects at the course.
Proposals for seal coating approximately 9612 sq. yards of City streets as follows: The Road Guy of Yankton, SD at $1.39 per sq. yard and Fuller Paving of Pipestone, MN with a bid over the phone at .35 per sq. foot ($3.15 per sq. yard.) Motion by Henningsen seconded by Groote to accept the seal coat bid from the Road Guy in the amount of $1.39 per sq. yard. All voted Aye. Nay none.
Bids for the sale of ’91 Ford F700 Basket Truck are as follows: Jerry’s Grain Moving $4,100.00, Ignacio Romero $14,000.00 and Brad Lansink $6,368.77. Motion by Buchholtz seconded by Groote to accept the truck bid from Ignacio Romero for $14,000.00. All voted Aye. Nay none.
Council concerns and administrators report was given.
Motion by Henningsen seconded by Nobles to adjourn at 6:25 P.M. All voted Aye. Nay none.
Kristen L. Vipond
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