Sioux Center City Council

 

Notice And Call Of Public Meeting
GOVERNMENTAL BODY
Sioux Center City Council

DATE OF MEETING
Thursday, October 9, 2014

TIME OF MEETING
4:00 P.M.

PLACE OF MEETING
City Council Room, City Offices
PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the above mentioned governmental body will meet at the date, time, and place above set out. The tentative agenda for said meeting is as follows:

 

1. Public Input/Communication
2. Consent Agenda
– Minutes of September 17, 2014
– Bills
– Finance Report
3. Correspondence
4. Sale of R-3 Property – Set Public Hearing
5. Car Purchase
6. Farm Rent Schedule
7. Proceedings for Urban Renewal Area – Third Reading (SC-O-4-14)
8. M.J.s Sinclair – Beer Permit Renewal
9. Other Business
10. Adjourn

 
This notice is given at the direction of the Mayor pursuant to Chapter 21, Code of Iowa and the local rules of said governmental body.
___________________________________
Paul Clousing, City Clerk


Proceedings Of O’Brien County Supervisors

Proceedings Of O’Brien County Supervisors

September 30, 2014

The Board of Supervisors met as per adjournment in regular session at 9:00 a.m. with all members present except Tom Farnsworth.

Moved by Friedrichsen, seconded by Steensma to approve the proceedings of September 23, 2014. Motion carried by all ayes.

Moved by Friedrichsen, seconded by McDowell to approve the utility construction application of Mid-American Energy for 480th St. west of Olive Ave. and 370th St. west of Redwood Ave. Motion carried by all ayes.

Moved by McDowell, seconded by Steensma to approve the utility construction application of Pioneer Holdings in Section 34, Floyd Township. Motion carried by all ayes.

Moved by Steensma, seconded by Friedrichsen to authorize the Chairman to sign a purchase agreement with Mark A. Hibbing and Jonie R. Hibbing for $27,000.00 to purchase a property adjacent to the Primghar Secondary Road Shed. Motion carried by all ayes.

10:00 a.m. was the scheduled time for the hearing on amendment No. 1 to Ordinance No. 22 Wind Energy Device Ordinance. There were 12 people in attendance for the hearing. Representatives from MidAmerican Energy and some local residents were in attendance. Questions and comments regarding the 1,200 foot setbacks to residential properties were the main concerns. Several comments were presented to the setbacks.

Moved by Friedrichsen, seconded by Steensma to adjourn the wind hearing at 10:45 a.m. Motion carried by all ayes.

Moved by Friedrichsen, seconded by Steensma to adjourn to September 30, 2014. Motion carried by all ayes.

Attest: Barbara Rohwer James DeBoom
County Auditor Chairman

 


O’Brien County Board of Supervisors Agenda

O’Brien County Board of Supervisors Agenda

Meeting September 30, 2014

Agenda 9:00 a.m. Approval of Previous Minutes
9:15 a.m.
9:30 a.m. County Engineer
10:00 a.m. Hearing on Amendment #1 to Ordinance # 22 Wind Ordinance
10:30 a.m. Adjourn Health Committee Mtg.

Meeting October 7, 2014

Agenda 9:00 a.m. Approval of Previous Minutes
9:15 a.m. 2nd Reading Amendment #1 to Ordinance #22 Wind Ordinance
9:30 a.m. County Engineer
10:00 a.m.
10:30 a.m. Adjourn Health Committee Mtg.

Meeting October 14, 2014

Agenda 9:00 a.m. Approval of Previous Minutes
9:15 a.m.
9:30 a.m. County Engineer
10:00 a.m.
10:30 a.m.
Claims

Meeting October 21, 2014

Agenda 9:00 a.m. Approval of Previous Minutes
9:15 a.m.
9:30 a.m. County Engineer
10:00 a.m.
10:30 a.m.

Meeting October 28, 2014

Agenda 9:00 a.m. Approval of Previous Minutes
9:15 a.m.
9:30 a.m. County Engineer
10:00 a.m.
10:30 a.m.

 


City Council of the City of Sibley

REGULAR SESSION
SEPTEMBER 22, 2014
The City Council of the City of Sibley met in regular session at 5:00 o’clock PM on
September 22, 2014. The meeting was called to order by Mayor Johnson. Council Members present were Groote, Pedley, Buchholtz, Nobles and Henningsen. Absent none. Also present at the meeting City Administrator Glenn Anderson, City Clerk Kris Vipond and members of the media.
Motion by Groote seconded by Buchholtz to approve the agenda. All voted Aye. Nay none.
Motion by Nobles seconded by Pedley to approve the consent agenda as follows: approve minutes from previous meeting, approve bills and bills paid in vacation, approve Dyno’s #53 Class E Liquor License Class B Wine Permit, Class C Beer Permit (Carryout Beer) and Sunday Sales.
BILLS SUBMITTED
A & M LAUNDRY MOPS/TOWEL 32.72
ALLIANT ELECTRIC 1,212.64
ALLPRESS & MOORE RR SIGNAL INSPECTION 200.00
APPA DUES 711.33
BOSMA WATER SPLASH BOTTLES 31.60
BROUWER JERRAD MEALS 39.06
C.W. BENZ INSTALL INTAKE 785.00
CHEMCO SANITIZER 241.34
CITY OF SIBLEY CAF MED/UTILITY PYMTS 4,775.64
COFFMAN’S LOCKSMITH SHOP DRILL BITS 56.80
COLLECTION SERV CENTER MISC DED 67.19
COOP ENERGY CO GAS/REPAIR 2,160.61
COVENTRY HEALTH HEALTH INSURANCE 23,424.83
D & K PRODUCTS VESSEL/GLYPHOSATE 1,308.24
DAKOTA SUPPLY GROUP BALLAST 73.07
DATA TECH MEETING FEES 170.00
DAVIS TYPEWRITER CALENDARS 41.40
DEKOTER THOLE RAIL SPUR 1,480.00
DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY PURCHASE POWER 46,338.84
DYKSTRA CORY CELL PHONE 20.00
EAST, VANDER WOUDE AUDIT 4,933.77
EFTPS FED/FICA TAX 9,273.29
FIRST NATIONAL BANK LIQUOR 1,327.06
FLINN SCIENTIFIC STEM SUPPLIES 193.83
GRIES CINDY JANITOR 360.00
HARSKAMP EDWARD PHYSICAL 150.00
SARA HIBMA CELL PHONE 20.00
I WIRELESS CELL PHONE 88.18
IOWA ONE CALL LOCATE CALLS 25.20
JACKIE KANNEGIETER JANITOR 240.00
LOCAL UNION UNION DUES 448.56
MANGOLD SAMPLES 170.00
MOMAR INC HYDROCLEAN 854.55
OFFICE ELEMENTS TAPE/ENVELOPE 84.54
ONKEN STEVE CELL PHONE 20.00
OSCEOLA COMM HOSPITAL DRUG TEST 17.55
OSCEOLA ELECTRIC COOP SIGN ELECTRIC 29.12
PARTAC PEAT CORP FIELD MARKERS 579.90
PEDLEY LARRY MILEAGE 64.40
PLIC SBD GRAND ISLAND LIFE FAMILY 172.44
RIVERSIDE MFG CO SAFETY CLOTHES 1,006.02
SEIVERT BRIAN L PICKUP PARTS/EQUIPMENT 95.20
SHEEHAN MACK LOADER CONTRACT 1,870.00
SIBLEY PIZZA RANCH 5TH QTR PIZZA 72.00
SIBLEY SHEET METAL CONDENSER MOTOR 327.80
SIBLEY VET CLINIC ANIMAL NEGLECT 287.28
SKARSHAUG TESTING LAB GLOVES 244.92
STERLING CODIFIERS CODE BOOK PAGES 527.00
STUART C IRBY CO KNIFE/HAMMER 437.05
THINER LYNELLE PLATES/CUPS 69.05
TRI-STATE GUTTER GUTTERS 280.00
UPS SHIP SAMPLE 10.79
USA BLUE BOOK GENERATOR 1,680.65
VIA RAIL LOGISTICS RAILROAD CONST 7,500.00
WASHINGTON NATIONAL INS CANCER INS 86.26
ZIMCO SUPPLY CHLORPYRIFOS 237.50
TOTAL ACCNTS PAYABLE 116,954.22
PAYROLL CHECKS NET PAY 29,472.36
PAID TOTAL 146,426.58
REPORT TOTAL 146,426.58
VACATION BILLS
State Treasurer Sales Tax 146.00
Community Bank Credit Card Fees 260.27
Osceola Co Rural Water Water 15,392.52
RPGI Purchase Power 109,122.86
US Postmaster Postage 309.12
Glenn Anderson Health Ins Reimb 684.55
James Carlson Refund Deposit 90.24
Tara Vander Platt Refund Deposit 114.23
Larry Lamb Refund Deposit 106.13
Miranda Brouwer Refund Deposit 78.65
Antonio Garcia Refund Deposit 172.77
City of Sibley Refund Deposit 812.98
FUND TOTAL – Electric Utility $161,131.11, Water Utility $17,207.10, Golf $4,894.49, Transit $1,375.00, Health Insurance $684.55, General $9,296.13, Road Use Tax $3,806.35, Employee Benefits $487.43, Capital Project $845.73, Sewer $3,656.14, Garbage $355.74, Transit $869.72, Rail Spur $8129.23.
The Mayor of the City of Sibley announced that this was the time and place for Public Hearing and meeting on the matter of sale of real estate owned by the City of Sibley, Osceola County, Iowa by public auction. The proposed real estate to be sold is described as follows:
Lot Eight (8), Block Twenty (20), Chase Addition, to the Town, now City of Sibley, Osceola County, Iowa.
The Mayor then asked the Clerk whether any oral or written objections had been filed. There being no oral or written comments Mayor Johnson declared the Public Hearing closed.
Councilperson Pedley introduced Resolution No 1309-14, Directing the Sale of the City’s Interest in Real Property and moved that the same be adopted. Councilperson Nobles seconded the motion to adopt. The roll was called and the vote was Aye 5. Nay 0.
Motion by Nobles seconded by Henningsen to authorize the Mayor to sign an agreement between the City of Sibley and Osceola County Recreational Trails to share all expenses 50/50 related to the IDOT trails grant (administration fees, engineering, other fees as required) and providing that the Trail group provide the matching funds for the grant. All voted Aye. Nay none.
Councilperson Henningsen introduced Resolution No 1310-14, The Sibley City Council to Request the Assistance of Northwest Iowa Planning and Development Commission and moved that the same be adopted. Councilperson Groote seconded the motion to adopt. The roll call was called and the vote was Aye 4. Nay 1. Resolution will not be filed until previous agreement with Osceola County Recreational Trails has been signed. Motion by Henningsen seconded by Groote to authorize the Mayor’s signature on all grant acceptance documents pending signed agreement with Osceola County Recreational Trails. On roll call the vote was Aye: 4. Nay: 1.
Motion by Buchholtz seconded by Henningsen to approve the Elderbridge FY14 Transit Addendum for additional grant receipts of $482.40 of Title III B funds. All voted Aye. Nay none. Abstain: Pedley.
Motion by Groote seconded by Buchholtz to approve to pay Pete Clauson in the amount of $14,240.00 for a French trench along the rail. All voted Aye. Nay none.
Motion by Nobles seconded by Buchholtz to approve the IDOT Agreement for FY15 GAVI Program for a 60% grant up to a maximum of $14,400 to renovate the terminal building roof and for the addition of insulation in the hangar. All voted Aye. Nay none. Motion by Buchholtz seconded by Groote to approve the Construction Contract with Raveling Construction for $16,002.50 for hangar rehabilitation. All voted Aye. Nay none.
Councilmember Henningsen introduced Resolution No 1311-14, Certifying to the County Treasurer Costs of Unpaid Mowing Bill and moved that the same be adopted. Councilmember Pedley seconded the motion to adopt. The roll was called and the vote was Aye 5. Nay 0.
Councilmember Henningsen introduced Resolution No 1312-14, Certifying to the County Treasurer Costs of Unpaid Mowing Bill and moved that the same be adopted. Councilmember Pedley seconded the motion to adopt. The roll was called and the vote was Aye 5. Nay 0.
Discussion was held regarding the fact that the City Clerk had been notified by RIDES that Hope Haven was no longer interested in providing dispatching services for the RIDES bus in Sibley. RIDES indicated that the City could find another local dispatcher or RIDES could begin dispatching via their 1-800 number. Council asked the City Clerk to contact Hope Haven’s main offices to find out more details and the reasoning behind their decision as they are the biggest user of the service.
Council concerns and administrators report was given.
Motion by Henningsen seconded by Nobles to adjourn at 5:56 P.M. All voted Aye. Nay none.

Jerry Johnson
Mayor
ATTEST:
Kristen L. Vipond
City Clerk


Proceedings Of O’Brien County Supervisors

Proceedings Of O’Brien County Supervisors

September 23, 2014

The Board of Supervisors met as per adjournment in regular session at 9:00 a.m. with all members present.

9:00 a.m. was the scheduled time for the hearing on the proposed ordinance for regulation and restrictions near the Sheldon Regional Airport. At the request of the City of Sheldon, the hearing will be postponed to a later date to ensure all procedural requirements have been met.

Moved by Friedrichsen, seconded by Steensma to approve the proceedings of September 16, 2014. Motion carried by all ayes.

Moved by Farnsworth, seconded by Friedrichsen to adopt the following resolution. Motion carried by all ayes.

Resolution No. 2014-45
RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS, O’BRIEN COUNTY, IOWA

WHEREAS, the Board of Supervisors is empowered under authority of Section 306.41 of the Code of Iowa to temporarily close sections of road by formal resolution when they deem necessary for construction, maintenance, or natural disaster,

AND WHEREAS, the Board of Supervisors, County of O’Brien, have determined that the following section of road should be temporarily closed due to bridge replacement:

County Gravel Road: VanBuren Avenue between 380th and 390th Streets (1 mile) aka between Sections 36 Center & 31 Omega Township.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the above described roads be closed temporarily in the manner described below.

“ROAD CLOSED” signs shall be placed on both ends of the described
segment of road, and they shall remain in place until the construction is completed.

Moved by Farnsworth, seconded by Friedrichsen to adopt the following resolution. Motion carried by all ayes.

Resolution No. 2014-46
RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS, O’BRIEN COUNTY, IOWA

WHEREAS, the Board of Supervisors is empowered under authority of Section 306.41 of the Code of Iowa to temporarily close sections of road by formal resolution when they deem necessary for construction, maintenance, or natural disaster,

AND WHEREAS, the Board of Supervisors, County of O’Brien, have determined that the following section of road should be temporarily closed due to culvert replacement:

County Paved Road: Taft Avenue between 480th and 490th Streets (1 mile) aka L-54 between Sections 15 & 16, Liberty Township.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the above described roads be closed temporarily in the manner described below.

“ROAD CLOSED” signs shall be placed on both ends of the described
segment of road, and they shall remain in place until the construction is completed.

Moved by Farnsworth, seconded by Friedrichsen to adopt the following resolution. Motion carried by all ayes.

Resolution No. 2014-47
RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS, O’BRIEN COUNTY, IOWA

WHEREAS, the Board of Supervisors is empowered under authority of Section 306.41 of the Code of Iowa to temporarily close sections of road by formal resolution when they deem necessary for construction, maintenance, or natural disaster,

AND WHEREAS, the Board of Supervisors, County of O’Brien, have determined that the following section of road should be temporarily closed due to cement stabilization:

County Gravel Road: Tanager Avenue between 390th and 430th Streets (4 miles).

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the above described roads be closed temporarily in the manner described below.

“ROAD CLOSED” signs shall be placed on both ends of the described
segment of road, and they shall remain in place until the construction is completed.

Moved by Steensma, seconded by Farnsworth to adjourn to September 30, 2014. Motion carried by all ayes.

Attest: Barbara Rohwer James DeBoom
County Auditor Chairman

 


MOC-Floyd Valley Board of Education Meeting Agenda

MOC-Floyd Valley Board of Education Meeting Agenda

September 19, 2014
709 8th Street SE , Orange City, Iowa

Special Meeting – 8:15 a.m.

1) Call to Order

2) Approve or Amend the Agenda
a) Additional Agenda Items
b) Request to Speak to items

3) Correspondence
a) Resignation Letter

4) Personnel
a) Resignation

5) Adjourn

6) Next Regular Meeting: Monday, October 13, 2014 – Superintendent’s Office – 5:00