SEPTEMBER 8, 2014
The City Council of the City of Sibley met in regular session at 5:00 o’clock PM on
September 8, 2014. The meeting was called to order by Mayor Johnson. Council Members present were Groote, Pedley, Buchholtz and Henningsen. Absent Nobles. Also present at the meeting City Administrator Glenn Anderson, City Clerk Kris Vipond.
Motion by Henningsen seconded by Groote to approve the agenda. All voted Aye. Nay none.
Motion by Pedley seconded by Groote to approve the consent agenda as follows: approve minutes from previous meeting, approve bills and bills paid in vacation, approve Sibley Super Foods Class C Beer Permit w/Sunday Sales, approve 1015 Steak Company Class C Liquor License w/Sunday Sales and approve Merry Lanes Class C Liquor License w/Outdoor Service & Sunday Sales.
A & M LAUNDRY MOPS/TOWELS 31.04
ADVANCED SYSTEMS MAINT AGREEMENT 192.60
ALLIANT GAS 654.75
AMAZON BOOKS 346.51
ATCO INTERNATIONAL LIBERATOR 483.50
BAKER & TAYLOR BOOKS 1,033.10
BARCO STOP AHEAD SIGNS 134.95
BORDER STATES TRANSFORMER 19,394.44
BROWN SUPPLY BLADE 289.18
C & B OPERATIONS CHAIN SAW 373.90
CENTER SPORTS LEG GUARD 30.00
CHAPMAN METERING PHOLYPHASE TEST 28.89
COOP ELEVATOR LIME 52.50
DAKOTA SUPPLY MARKING PAINT 601.21
DOLL DISTRIBUTING BEER/TAVERN HEAD 562.25
DYNO OIL TERRACAIR 86.65
ECOLAB PEST CONTROL 263.41
EFTPS FED/FICA TAX 9,256.19
ENERGIS HIGH VOLTAGE DESICCANT 85.24
ENVENTIS PHONE SERVICE 63.67
FARNER BOCKEN FOOD/PIZZA/BEEF 524.17
FERGUSON ENT COUPLING/CURB BOX 1,344.84
FISHER CONST REPLACE WINDOWS 800.00
HENRY FISHER JANITOR 200.00
GEOTEK ENGINEERING RAILROAD SPUR 1,756.00
LOREN GRUIS PARK SIGN 870.00
HACH CHEMICAL DILUTION 39.95
HTC CABLE TV 60.29
IAMU TRAVEL TIME/TESTING 1,466.92
IMFOA REGISTRATION 105.00
IMWCA WORK COMP PREMIUM 3,792.00
IOWA INFORMATION AD 137.50
IA LIBRARY SERV DATABASE FEE 179.90
JCL SOLUTIONS LINERS 402.49
KEITH MERRICK CO SHIRTS/SWEATSHIRTS 3,268.85
KENDELL OMMEN DUMPSTER BOTTOM 225.00
LOUTSCH RACHEL FUEL 65.61
MANGOLD TESTING 365.00
MARCO JODI JANITOR 42.50
MYFL COOKIE DOUGH/HELMETS 25,007.11
NAPA JUMP START 599.56
NO STREAKING WINDOW CLEANING 75.00
NW IA REVIEW SUBSCRIPTION RENEWAL 39.95
NOTEBOOM IMP V-BELT 59.00
NOVELTY MACHINE FITTINGS/INSTALLATION 267.05
NW IA LANDFLL GATE FEES 4,533.88
O’LEARY AVIATION PHONE 35.00
OFFICE ELEMENTS LEASE CONTRACT 75.56
ONKEN STEVE SHORT COURSE/LODGING 364.96
OSCEOLA CO GAZETTE MINUTES/BILLS/ORD 582.96
OSCEOLA CO TREASURER POLICE PROTECTION 18,102.58
P&K PEST CONTROL WASP CONTROL 350.00
PETTY CASH POSTAGE/RECORD DEED 118.02
PRESTO X PEST CONTROL 36.19
QUILL CORP SHARPNER/RULER 13.41
REGIONAL TRANSIT AUTHORITY VEHICLE LEASE 569.20
RON’S REPAIR SENSOR/PRESSURE 248.29
SCHNEIDER ROXANNE REGISTRATION 60.00
SCHUMACHER ELEVATOR SCHEDULED MAINT 190.16
SHAUGHNESSY’S BUNS 63.00
SIBLEY AUTO BODY REPAIR DOOR 86.50
SIBLEY CHAMBER FY15 FUNDING 833.33
SIBLEY HARDWARE SUMP PUMP 813.23
SIBLEY KIWANIS CLUB KIWANIS DUES 57.80
SIBLEY SHEET METAL FRIDGE 186.74
SIBLEY SUPER FOODS BUNS/PIZZA 275.10
SPINE & SPORT CHIROPRACTIC WORK PHYSICAL 25.00
STOREY KENWORTHY DRUM 210.27
STUART C IRBY CO CLAMP METER 246.78
DARRELL TEERINK SLAB SAW RR 2,743.00
THE PRESS SUBSCRIPTION 24.50
THINER LYNELLE BULBS 101.23
TRACKWORKS RAILROAD CONST 329,850.33
UPS SHIP SAMPLE 11.97
UNITY POINT CLINIC DRUG TEST RESULTS 37.00
USA BLUE BOOK LAB SUPPLIES 531.46
VAN-HOF TRUCKING UNLOAD RR CARS 1,472.50
VANWESTEN KAREN CUPS 33.86
VECTOR DUES 15,323.60
VIPOND KRIS MILEAGE 40.32
WESTRUM LEAD DETECTION LEAK DETECTION 2,200.00
WILLEMSSEN BRAD MEETING LUNCH 9.95
WRIGHT EXPRESS DIESEL 4,660.73
YAMAHA GOLF CART RENTAL 1,280.00
TOTAL ACCNTS PAYABLE 462,056.08
PAYROLL CHECKS NET PAY 28,515.91
PAID TOTAL 490,571.99
REPORT TOTAL 490,571.99
Doll Dist Beer 29.55
US Postmaster Roll Stamps 49.00
Johnson Brothers Beer 64.10
Petty Cash Postage 59.02
Doll Dist Beer 517.25
MYFL Cookie Dough 23,426.00
MYFL Football/Dummy 1,540.63
Tom Lemke Health Ins Reimb 3,113.46
Verlyn Smidt Health Ins Reimb 75.87
Brad Willemssen Health Ins Reimb 2,253.65
Sandra Hernandez Refund Deposit 200.00
Joan Braun Refund Deposit 99.93
City of Sibley Refund Deposit 865.07
FUND TOTAL – Road Use Tax $3,489.11, Employee Benefits $1,493.37, Water $6,933.61, Sewer $3,299.17, Electric $28,950.77, Electric Revenue $43.01, Garbage $11,286.87, Golf $4,930.58, Transit $814.93, Rail Spur $335,064.65, General $26,714.17, Capital Reserve $29,311.40, Golf $5,541.48, Trust & Agency $1,165.00, Health Insurance $5,442.98.
RECEIPTS SUMMARY – General $62,855.37, Road Use Tax $31,740.23, Employee Benefits $3,372.19, Emergency Fund $179.84, TIF $1,952.96, RLF $4,668.44, Debt Service $677,549.79, Capital Project $9,373.30, Water $51,944.56, Water Improvement $833.33, 2013 Water Sinking $4,225.00, Sewer $22,855.57, Sewer Relocation $1,698.00, Electric $257,797.36, Trust & Agency $1,655.00, Garbage $28,611.36, Golf $21,444.23, Transit $1,738.20, Rail Spur $-674,947.85.
The Mayor of the City of Sibley announced that this was the time and place for a Public Hearing and meeting on the matter of the 2014 Underground Electric Distribution Line Extension. The Mayor then asked the Clerk whether any written or oral objections had been filed. There being no oral or written objections the Mayor declared the Public Hearing closed. Two bids for the Primary Power Cable, 15kV Industrial Feeder were received as follows: Wesco Distribution, Sioux City, IA in the amount of $29,025.00 and Resco, Ankeny, IA in the amount of $30,937.50. Motion by Groote seconded by Pedley to accept low bid from Wesco Distribution, Sioux City, IA in the amount of $29,025.00. All voted Aye. Nay none.
Councilmember Buchholtz arrived at the meeting at 5:10 P.M.
Councilperson Henningsen introduced Resolution No 1307-14, Resolution for Sale of City Owned Real Estate and moved that the same be adopted. Councilperson Buchholtz seconded the motion to adopt. The roll was called and the vote was Aye 4. Nay 0. Public Hearing will be held at 5:00 P.M. on the 22nd day of September, 2014. Immediately after the hearing, the City will hold a public auction of the described real estate.
Discussion was held regarding creating a Sibley Logo. The Council discussed some possible design ideas such as fair, family, lamp post or theater marquee. They did not recommend a specific logo at this time, but were interested in the concept.
Councilmember Henningsen introduced the second reading of Ordinance No 649-14, Amending Title 6, Chapter 3, Section 4 (A) Special Stops Required and moved that the third reading be waived. Councilmember Buchholtz seconded the motion to waive the third reading. The roll was called and the vote was Aye 4. Nay 0. The Mayor declared that the motion to waive the third reading has passed. Councilmember Buchholtz then moved that the proposed Ordinance be adopted. Councilmember Henningsen seconded the motion to adopt. The roll was called and the vote was Aye 4. Nay 0.
The on street disability accessible parking space request was not discussed because the Council did not receive any information.
Motion by Groote seconded by Pedley to accept by Resolution No 1308-14, FY14 City Street Financial Report Resolution. On roll call the vote was Aye: Groote, Pedley, Henningsen and Buchholtz. Nay: none.
Motion by Groote seconded by Buchholtz to approve pay request #3 in the amount of $329,850.33 to Trackworks, Sleepy Eye, MN for the Rail Project. All voted Aye. Nay none.
Council concerns and administrators report was given.
Motion by Groote seconded by Buchholtz to adjourn at 5:43 P.M. All voted Aye. Nay none.
Kristen L. Vipond