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PUBLIC NOTICE
City of Dumont
OFFICIAL PROCEEDINGS
DUMONT CITY COUNCIL
UNAPPROVED MINUTES
FEBRUARY 5, 2015
The Dumont City Council met in special session Thursday, February 5, 2015 at 7:00 p.m. in
the Dumont City Hall with Mayor Edwin L. Mouw
presiding. Present were Council Members Brenda Baldwin, Reid Menken, Jan Reysack and David Shear. Chris Showalter was absent. There
were no visitors.
The Clerk went through the proposed budget
numbers for Fiscal Year 2015-2016 with the
Council. The Clerk will prepare the budget for
submission with the numbers presented.
Shear moved to adjourn. Reysack seconded.
Motion carried, ayes all.
ATTEST:
Edwin L. Mouw, Mayor
Rhonda L. Schmidt, Attest
Published in the Hampton Chronicle on March
4, 2015.
PUBLIC NOTICE
Ryken Engineering
NOTICE OF SALE OF CITY OWNED
TANGIBLE OR REAL PROPERTY.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN:
Sealed bids will be received by the City of Ackley, Iowa, at Ryken Engineering; 739 Park Avenue; Ackley, Iowa; 50601 until Noon, on the 10th
day of March, 2015 for the following materials
salvaged from the demolition of a city owned
building that was approximately 100 years old:
Bid Package #1 consists of Wood Lumber of
an unknown species. There are approximately
the following number of boards of the following
approximate dimensions:
• 26 boards are 3 inches thick x 13½ inches
wide x 34 feet long
• 28 boards are 1½ inches thick x 9½ inches
wide x 36 feet long
• 9 boards are 1½ inches thick x 9½ inches
wide x 24 feet long
• 30 boards are of variable thickness, width,
and length
Bid Package #2 consists of metal H and I
beams. There are the following number of
beams of the following approximate dimensions:
• 2 beams (bolted together as one unit) are 16
inches x 34½ feet
• 2 beams (bolted together as one unit) are 16
inches x 37½ feet
• 2 beams are 8 inches x 13½ feet
• 4 beams are 12 inches x 16 feet
• 2 beams are 8 inches x 8 feet
Bid Package #3 consists of mechanical parts to
a freight elevator. There are the following components:
• Motor
• Gear Box
• Drive Wheel
• Pulley
• Counterweight
• Misc
Bid Package #4 consists of 2 metal framed
sliding windows (one has broken glass). Their
approximate dimensions are 5 feet x 5 feet
Bid Package #5 consists of a concrete block
embossed "GARAGE". It is approximately 6 feet
long.
Bids received will be opened and tabulated in
City Hall by the City Clerk and Project Engineer
at 1:15 p.m. on the 10th day of March 2015 at
Ackley City Hall. Once opened and tabulated,
any of the top three bidders for each bid package who are present will be allowed to verbally
raise their bid for that individual package only.
The bids will be presented to the City Council
and considered at its meeting to be held at 7:00
PM on the 10th day of March, 2015, or at such
later time and place as may then be fixed.
All bids must be filed on or before the Noon
deadline previously stated. All bids shall be
made on forms furnished by the City, and must
be enclosed in a separate sealed envelope and
plainly identified. Each bid shall be accompanied by a letter certifying that the items purchased shall be reused and not be disposed of
in a landfill along with what the purpose of reuse
is. No bidder may withdraw a bid.
The City reserves the right to reject any and
all bids, to waive informalities and technicalities.
The Council reserves the right to defer acceptance of any bid for a period not to exceed thirty
(30) calendar days after the date bids are to be
received. If accepted, one (1) bid will be accepted for each bid package.
Successful bidder shall not remove any items
contained within their bid package until the City
has received payment in full for that particular
bid package. However, successful bidder shall
remove all items contained within their bid package by April 1, 2015. Any items not removed by
April 1, 2015 shall be forfeited to the City for
their use or resale. Bidder is responsible for
loading all items at their own cost and expense.
Once the bids are approved by the City Council,
the items shall immediately become the property of the successful bidder. The City shall not
be responsible for loss or damage to any items
after this time.
Items may be inspected Monday through Friday during normal business hours by contacting
Ryken Engineering, 739 Park Avenue, Ackley,
Iowa 50601; phone 641-847-3273. Copies of
photographs and bid forms may be obtained by
contacting Ryken Engineering, 739 Park Avenue, Ackley, Iowa 50601; phone 641-847-3273.
Published upon order of the City Council of
Ackley, Iowa.
Cyndee Roskens, City Clerk
Published in the Hampton Chronicle on March
4, 2015.
PUBLIC NOTICES
HAMPTON CHRONICLE • SECTION A
PUBLIC NOTICE
Mott Terrace Hill Sanitary Sewer
Published in the Hampton Chronicle on March 4, 2015.
PUBLIC NOTICE
City of Hampton
OFFICIAL PROCEEDINGS
HAMPTON CITY COUNCIL
UNAPPROVED MINUTES
FEBRUARY 26, 2015
The Hampton City Council Regular Session
was called to order at City Council Chambers
by Mayor Brook Boehmler at 6:00 p.m. Council members in attendance were Meghan Freie,
James Davies, Dyanne Pralle, Jay Hickman and
Richard Lukensmeyer. Steve Harms was absent. Mayor Boehmler invited those present to
join in the Pledge of Allegiance to the U.S. flag.
Mayor Boehmler called for a motion to approve
the agenda. Motion by Lukensmeyer. Second by
Pralle. Motion approved unanimously.
Mayor Boehmler gave the report from the
Council Workshop of February 23, 2015.
Public Comment: Mayor Boehmler invited
those wishing to make public comment to address the Council.
Old Business: None.
New Business: Mayor Boehmler called on applicant for new liquor license for Hacienda Vieja
Family Mexican Restaurant, 115 1st Street NW,
Hampton, Iowa, to address the Council. Motion
by Davies, seconded by Lukensmeyer, to approve the new application for liquor licensing,
submitted by Hacienda Vieja Family Mexican
Restaurant, 115 1st Street NW, Hampton, Iowa.
Motion approved unanimously.
Mayor Boehmler referred comment to WWTP
project engineer Tom Madden of SEH to review
details of two contractor pay requests submitted for work completed on the project. Motion
by Freie, seconded by Pralle, to approve Pay
Request #5 to King Construction in the amount
of $103,724.08. Motion approved unanimously.
Motion by Pralle, seconded by Lukensmeyer,
to approve Pay Request #3 to Wapasha Construction in the amount of $90,406.75. Motion
approved unanimously.
Mayor Boehmler called for a motion to approve
new firefighters with the Hampton Fire Dept.
Motion by Hickman, seconded by Freie, to approve adding the names of Destry Skjefte, Alex
Felderman and Michael Behn to the roster of
firefighters on the Hampton Fire Dept. Motion
approved unanimously.
Mayor Boehmler referred comment to City
Manager Dunt regarding the review of draft of
Ordinance amendment to Chapter 69.12; Snow
Emergency Regulations. Council consensus
was to move forward with the first reading at the
March 12th Regular Session.
Mayor Boehmler called for a motion to approve
claims. Motion by Pralle to approve claims, as
recommended by Staff, totaling $115,439.76.
Seconded by Freie. Motion approved unanimously.
Motion by Hickman to approve the Consent
Agenda, including previous minutes as drafted
from publication from the Thursday, February
12, 2015, Regular Session, scheduling a Special Session on Monday, March 9, 2015, at 6:00
p.m., at City Council Chambers for adoption of
Fiscal Year 2016 Budget, with Council Work-
shop immediately following the Special Session, and scheduled the next Regular Session
for Thursday, March 12, 2015, at 6:00 p.m. Second by Lukensmeyer. Motion approved unanimously.
Staff Reports given by Chief Bob Schaefer,
Police Dept., noting some burglary cases have
happened recently. Doug Tarr, Public Works
Director, reviewed his report and advised persistent cold temps may pose a threat to some
water service lines freezing, so it would be
advisable for the public to test water temp at
homes and businesses to avoid frozen lines.
Ron Dunt, City Manager, who encouraged everyone to register for emergency alerts through
Nixle.com, which will be another good communication tool for public safety information. Dunt
also advised the City’s new website format is
ready to go live.
Council Reports given by Pralle, Freie and Davies.
Motion to adjourn by Lukensmeyer at 6:45 p.m.
Second by Hickman. Motion approved unanimously. Adjournment 6:45 p.m.
Attest:
Ron Dunt, City Manager
Mayor Brook S. Boehmler
City of Hampton
Financial Report
Claims for Approval
Advanced Systems Inc, Equip Maint ...$202.59
Advanced Tech Solutions, Misc Contract ..........
...........................................................$262.50
AgSource Laboratories, Lab Testing .....$73.50
American Marking Inc, Operating Supply ..........
.............................................................$27.00
Americinn of Hampton, PR ....................$79.90
Aramark Uniform Services, Bldg Maint..$33.58
Bodecker, Shonda, Shelter Refund .....$100.00
Bound to Stay Bound Books, Books....$621.12
Butson Snow Removal, Snow Removal ............
...........................................................$840.00
Campbell, Don, Refund .........................$25.00
Center Point Large Print, Books ............$83.28
Central Iowa Distributing, Operating Supply......
...........................................................$313.10
Centurylink, Phone ................................$53.92
Courier, Periodicals .............................$287.77
Culligan Water, Bldg Maint ....................$27.95
D&L Sanitation Inc, Waste Disposal ......$66.00
ERA, Lab Testing .................................$328.83
Fareway Stores Inc, Reading Prog/Opn House
.............................................................$29.21
Fastenal Co, Maint/Supply ..................$164.49
Ferris, Jeffrey, Training ..........................$35.00
Franklin Co Recorder, Recording Fees ...$7.00
Franklin REC, Utilities..........................$628.87
Git-N-Go Convenience Stores, Fuel ....$211.40
Globe Gazette, Periodicals ..................$351.00
Globe Gazette, Operating Supply........$296.40
Guideposts, Books ................................$17.74
Hampton Chronicle, Operating Supply ..$51.00
Hampton Hardware, Bldg Maint Supply ............
.............................................................$15.99
Heiman Fire Equip, Equip Maint ............$66.00
Helmke, Alison, Shelter Refund ...........$100.00
IA Dept of Public Health, Prof Fees .....$105.00
IAMU, Training .....................................$679.23
Ingram Library Services, Books & AV Materials
........................................................$1,402.33
Interstate Motor Trucks Inc, Veh Maint ..$48.72
Iowa Communications Network, Telephone ......
.............................................................$26.06
Iowa Library Services, Prof Fees.........$120.00
Leaf, Office Supply ................................$86.70
Library Journal, Periodicals .................$129.99
Mastercard, Av/Books/Postage ...........$406.74
Mastercard, Postage/Training/Tools/Maint ........
........................................................$1,096.79
Meredith Books, Books..........................$25.95
MidAmerican Energy Co, Utilities ........$506.95
Mid-American Research Chemical, Equip
Maint ..................................................$144.90
Murphy’s Htg & Plmbg, Bldg Maint Supply ........
.............................................................$77.27
Mustard Seed, The, Books ....................$13.93
Naber, Eugene, Refund .........................$25.00
Office Depot, Office Supply .................$110.09
Overhead Door of Mason City, Bldg Maint ........
...........................................................$166.00
Petroblend Corp, Tree Removal ..........$104.60
RCSI, Utilities ........................................$33.90
Redneck Inc, Radios ...............................$7.71
School Library Journal, Periodicals .....$129.99
Schumacher Elevator Co, Elevator Maint..........
...........................................................$423.45
Schumann Aviation, Contract Fees ..$2,601.00
Short Elliott Hendrickson Inc, Engineering ........
......................................................$12,059.89
Simmering-Cory Inc, Prof Fees ........$3,173.00
Spud’s Body & Paint, Veh Maint ..........$150.00
Staley, Chantel, Shelter Refund ..........$100.00
Staples Credit Plan, Office Supply ........$24.68
Steven E Pearson CPA, Prof Fees ........$65.00
Three Rivers Benefit Corp, Health Ins ...............
........................................................$1,009.79
Tri-Tech Inc, Operating Supply ............$112.27
Tyler Technologies Inc, Training ..........$125.00
Unumprovident Corp, Disability Ins .....$741.18
USA Today, Periodicals .......................$297.80
Van Wert, Brenda, Prof Fees .................$43.27
Vessco Inc, Captl Equip....................$1,534.94
Wellmark BCBS, Health Ins............$23,188.86
Wickwire, Nicole, Janitor .....................$300.00
Witte, Michael, Shelter Refund ............$100.00
PAYROLL CLAIMS, Payroll Expense [02/02/15
- 02/15/15] .....................................$58,541.64
TOTAL ..........................................$115,439.76
FUND TOTALS
GENERAL ......................................$27,783.75
GENERAL - L.O.S.T./POOL ................$105.00
LIBRARY ........................................$10,639.98
ROAD USE .......................................$7,567.83
EMPLOYEE BENEFITS .................$23,300.84
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT..........$3,173.00
CAPITAL PROJECT - WWTP.........$12,059.89
WATER OPERATING .....................$18,749.43
SEWER ..........................................$12,060.04
TOTAL ..........................................$115,439.76
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 4, 2015
PUBLIC NOTICE
Board of Supervisors
PUBLIC NOTICE
Notice of Petition
OFFICIAL PROCEEDINGS
FRANKLIN COUNTY
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
UNAPPROVED MINUTES
FEBRUARY 23, 2015
Be it duly noted these minutes of 2/23/15 are
UNOFFICIAL minutes.
The Board of Supervisors met in regular session at 8:30AM with Board members Michael
Nolte-Chairman, Corey Eberling and Gary
McVicker present.
Motion by Eberling, seconded by McVicker,
approves the agenda as submitted with the
addition of: 1) Transfer of funds from Farm
to Market account to the IDOT for Project
#BRS-C035(72)-60-35 box culvert on S25 and
Project STP-S-C035(73)-5E35 S13 from Hwy 3
to Meservey. All ayes, motion carried.
Motion by Eberling, seconded by Nolte, approves the minutes of 2/17/14. All ayes. Motion
carried.
Public comment: Gabe Johanns-IT Director
and Micah Cutler-GIS met to ask questions on
the hiring process of a full-time GIS Coordinator
for Franklin County.
Committee Updates: Statewide Supervisor’s
meeting update; DD #48 update-waiting for
NRCS wetland determination; DECAT/Empowerment juvenile concerns in Franklin County;
Farm Bureau meeting
9:00 AM Jay Waddingham-County Engineer
updated the Board on a few proposed projects
for the five year plan.
Motion by Eberling, seconded by McVicker, accepts the State’s transfer of funds from
Farm to Market account to the IDOT for Project
#BRS-C035(72)-60-35 box culvert on S25 and
Project STP-S-C035(73)-5E35 S13 from Hwy 3
to Meservey All ayes. Motion carried.
Gospel Hall update on the carpeting of the
ramp, roof, handrails, and painting. No action
taken.
Motion by McVicker, seconded by Eberling,
approves forty (40) 2014 Family Farm Applications and 5 Applications for disallowance as
recommended by the Assessor and presented,
contingent on state funding of the program. All
ayes, motion carried.
The Board acknowledged Manure Management Plan Renewals for: 1) Marton/Elk Run
Heinz Finisher Farm, #57745, owner Elk Run
Farms Inc, site located 1691 40th St, Ackley,
Sec 27, Grant Township; 2) TD Farms LLP Site
1 Finisher Farm, #61852, owner TD Farms
LLP, site located 1816 Indigo Ave, Latimer, Sec
5, Marion Township; 3) F038, #59319, owner Christensen Farms LLC, site located 1180
220th St, Sheffield, Sec 23, Richland Township;
4) Pals New Life, #62563, owner Richard A Pals,
site located 305 170th St, Alexander, Sec 21,
Scott Township; 5) Pletsch/Bud Finisher Farm,
#58337, owner Iowa Select Farms LLP, site located 412 220th St, Alexander, Sec 22, Wisner
Township.
Motion by Eberling, seconded by Nolte, adjourns at 11:00 AM, until March 2, 2015. All
ayes. Motion carried.
ATTEST:
Michael Nolte, Chairman
Michelle S. Giddings, Auditor & Clerk to Board
TO ELISEO RIVERA, JR. (OR) ALL
PUTATIVE FATHERS OF A CHILD
BORN ON THE 5TH DAY OF
MARCH, 2014 IN THE STATE OF IOWA
You are notified that there is now on file in the
office of the clerk of court for Franklin County, a
Petition For Termination Of Parental Rights in
case number JVJV500443 which to a child born
on the 5th day of March, 2014. Further details
contact the clerk’s office.
The Petitioner’s attorney is Brent J. Symens.
You are notified that there will be a hearing on
the Petition for Termination of Parental Rights
before the Iowa District Court for Franklin County, at the Courthouse in Hampton, Iowa on the
6th day of April, 2015 at 2:00 p.m..
/s/ Debra Bausman
CLERK OF THE ABOVE COURT
Franklin County Courthouse
Hampton, IA 50441
Published in the Hampton Chronicle on March
4, 2015.
Published in the Hampton Chronicle on February 25 and March 4, 2015.
PUBLIC NOTICE
Corn Belt Power Cooperative
STATEMENT OF NONDISCRIMINATION
Corn Belt Power Cooperative, Humboldt,
Iowa, is the recipient of Federal financial assistance from the U.S. Department of Agriculture
(USDA). This institution is an equal opportunity
provider and employer.
If you wish to file a Civil Rights program complaint of discrimination, complete the USDA
Program Discrimination Complaint Form, found
online at http://www.ascr.usda.gov/complaintfilingcust.html, or at any USDA office, or call
(866) 632-9992 to request the form. You may
also write a letter containing all of the information requested in the form. Send your completed complaint form or letter to us by mail at U.S.
Department of Agriculture, Director, Office of
Adjudication, 1400 Independence Avenue, S.
W., Washington, D.C. 20250-9410, by fax (202)
690-7442 or email at [email protected]
gov.
CORN BELT POWER COOPERATIVE
Humboldt, Iowa
Karen K. Berte, Senior Vice President,
Finance and Administration
BUTLER COUNTY RURAL ELECTRIC
COOPERATIVE
Allison, Iowa
Craig Codner, Manager
FRANKLIN RURAL ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE
Hampton, Iowa
Francis Buckel, Manager
MIDLAND POWER COOPERATIVE
Jefferson, Iowa
William McKim, Manager
PRAIRIE ENERGY COOPERATIVE
Clarion, Iowa
Becky Bradburn, Manager
PRAIRIE ENERGY COOPERATIVE
Garner, Iowa
Becky Bradburn, Manager
Published in the Hampton Chronicle on March
4, 2015.
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PUBLIC NOTICE
Probate
NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL,
OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR AND
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
PROBATE NO. ESPR500912
THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT FRANKLIN
COUNTY
IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF ALVIN
WALLACE MENSING, Deceased.
To All Persons Interested in the Estate of Alvin
Wallace Mensing, Deceased, who died on or
about February 1, 2015.
You are hereby notified that on the 5th day of
February, 2015, the last will and testament of
Alvin Wallace Mensing, deceased, bearing the
date of the 12th day of October, 1995, was admitted to probate in the above named court and
that Todd Alan Mensing was appointed executor of the estate. Any action to set aside the
will must be brought in the district court of said
county within the later to occur of four months
from the date of the second publication of this
notice or one month from the date of mailing
of this notice to all heirs of the decedent and
devisees under the will whose identities are reasonably ascertainable, or thereafter be forever
barred.
Notice is further given that all persons indebted
to the estate are requested to make immediate
payment to the undersigned, and creditors having claims against the estate shall file them with
the clerk of the above named district court, as
provided by law, duly authenticated, for allowance, and unless so filed by the later to occur of
four months from the second publication of this
notice or one month from the date of mailing of
this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) a
claim is therefore after forever barred.
Dated this 12th day of February, 2015.
Todd Alan Mensing
211 Taft Street
Coulter, IA 50431
Executor of Estate
G.A. Cady III, ICIS PIN No: AT0001386
Hobson, Cady & Cady, PLC
Attorney for Executor
9 First Street, SW
PO Box 456
Hampton, IA 50441
641-456-2555
Date of second publication 4th day of March,
2015.
Published in the Hampton Chronicle on February 25 and March 4, 2015.
PUBLIC NOTICE
Franklin General Hospital
Published in the Hampton Chronicle on March
4, 2015.
Published in the Hampton Chronicle on March 4, 2015.
PUBLIC NOTICE
City of Dumont
OFFICIAL PROCEEDINGS
DUMONT CITY COUNCIL
UNAPPROVED MINUTES
FEBRUARY 12, 2015
The Dumont City Council met in regular session Thursday, February 12, 2015 at 7:30 p.m.
in the Dumont City Hall with Mayor Pro-Tem
David Shear presiding in the absence of Mayor
Mouw (who will be attending after his Butler Co.
Emergency Management and Butler Co. E9-1-1
Service Board meetings). Present were Council
Members Brenda Baldwin, Reid Menken, Jan
Reysack, David Shear and Chris Showalter.
There were no visitors.
In time for public comment, the Council
touched on a complaint concerning cars parking
on residential lawns. Currently, there is nothing
in the Dumont City Code restricting this parking.
At this time, Mayor Edwin L. Mouw arrived.
Showalter moved to approve the minutes from
our January 8, 2015 meeting as published and
the minutes from our February 5, 2015 budget
workshop. Shear seconded. Motion carried,
ayes all.
Menken moved to set the Public Hearing
on our Fiscal Year 2015-2016 City Budget for
Thursday, March 12, 2015 at 7:00 p.m. Reysack
seconded. Motion carried, ayes all.
A motion was made by Showalter to approve
the Kwik Star Liquor License #BC0013215.
Shear seconded. Motion carried, ayes all.
Reysack presented Ordinance No. 266:
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE CODE
OF ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF DUMONT, IOWA, BY AMENDING PROVISIONS
PERTAINING TO CIVIL CITATIONS AND ENFORCEMENT OFFICER
BE IT ENACTED by the City Council of the City
of Dumont, Iowa:
SECTION 1. SECTIONS MODIFIED. Section
3.04 CIVIL CITATIONS and Section 145.01 ENFORCEMENT OFFICER of the Code of Ordinances of the City of Dumont, Iowa, is repealed
and the following adopted in lieu thereof:
3.04 CIVIL CITATIONS.
The Mayor or his/her Designee authorized by
the City to enforce this Code of Ordinances may
issue a civil citation to a person who commits a
municipal infraction. A copy of the citation may
be served by personal service as provided in
Rule of Civil Procedure 1.305, by certified mail
addressed to the defendant at defendant’s last
known mailing address, return receipt requested, or by publication in the manner as provided
in Rule of Civil Procedure 1.310 and subject to
the conditions of Rule of Civil Procedure 1.311.
A copy of the citation shall be retained by the
issuing officer, and the original citation shall be
sent to the Clerk of the District Court. The Citation shall serve as notification that a civil offense
has been committed and shall contain the following information:
(Code of Iowa, Sec.364.22[4])
1. The name and address of the defendant.
2. The name or description of the infraction attested to by the officer issuing the citation.
3. The location and time of the infraction.
4. The amount of civil penalty to be assessed or
the alternative relief sought, or both.
5. The manner, location, and time in which the
penalty may be paid.
6. The time and place of court appearance.
7. The penalty for failure to appear in court.
8. The legal description of the affected real
property, if applicable.
If the citation affects real property and charges
a violation relating to the condition of the property, including a building code violation, a local
housing regulation violation, a housing code
violation, or a public health or safety violation,
after filing the citation with the Clerk of the District Court, the City shall also file the citation in
the office of the County Treasurer.
145.01 ENFORCEMENT OFFICER.
The Mayor or his/her Designee is responsible
for the enforcement of this chapter
and moved to waive the second and third readings thereof. Menken seconded. Motion carried,
ayes all. Ordinance No. 266 adopted. The Ordinance will go into effect upon its publication in
the Hampton Chronicle.
The Clerk was instructed to send an inquiry
to the owner of the former school building requesting an update on his future intentions for
the building.
Public Works Director, Dennis Burkett, gave
an update on the City’s aging dump trucks, water main projects and the 2015-2016 projected
street work.
There are no new updates at this time involving
the Dumont Historical Society.
The Council does not wish to obtain a city website at this time.
A motion was made by Showalter to approve
the tax abatements for 517 Second Street, 917
W. Broadway Street, 408 Cedar Street and 402
First Street. Shear seconded. Motion carried,
ayes all.
The Council considered the legitimate complaints of a slaughtered animal hanging from a
tree in open view within a residential area. The
first reading of a new ordinance restricting this
practice will be placed on our March 12, 2015
agenda.
Baldwin moved to abate all the miscellaneous
charges the City assessed to the property at
502 Third Street. Reysack seconded. Motion
carried, ayes all.
Mayor Mouw gave a brief overview on the
meetings he has attended for the City.
The Council discussed the seals surrounding
the doors of the EMS building and the possibility
of conducting an energy audit. The Clerk was
instructed to check into the energy audit.
Dennis Burkett asked permission to renovate
the Park and Rec building by applying a fresh
coat of paint and adding paneling to the bottom
half of the walls. The Council all agreed to this
project.
As of today, we have not heard the result of
the hearing on February 9, 2015 to declare 502
Third Street abandoned. The Council felt there
would be a positive outcome.
The City proved its case at the municipal infraction hearing regarding 615 Elm Street held
January 3, 2015. The Defendant was assessed
a civil penalty of $750.00 plus costs with an appeal bond set at $850.00.
Menken moved to send a nuisance abatement
letter to the property owner at 621 Main Street
regarding their accumulating trash. They also
need to remove and maintain BOTH sidewalks
to the north and east of their home. Baldwin seconded. Motion carried, ayes all.
Showalter moved to pay the bills. Baldwin seconded. Motion carried, ayes all. The bills are as
follows:
EXPENDITURES
GENERAL
Baker & Taylor, books ............................340.76
Butler Co. Sheriff’s Office, 2nd quarter payment ..................................................4,475.00
Chief Supply Corporation, BCCFG-spanner
universal.................................................44.36
Consumer Reports, magazine sponsorship-1
year ........................................................26.00
Dean’s Light Box, Inc., ..... flag pole light repair
.............................................................196.64
Debra J. Eisentrager, Barkema grant-Lego’s ....
.............................................................205.48
Dumont Implement Co., Inc., top link ......24.10
Dumont Telephone Company, phone/fax/internet ........................................................246.24
Iowa Office Supply, Inc., maintenance contract-copier .............................................15.80
IAMU, 2015-2016 water dues ................459.48
Iowa State University, education materials-Fire
Dept. ....................................................187.00
IPERS, IPERS .......................................740.54
Internal Revenue Service, Fed/FICA taxe .........
..........................................................1,022.56
J & C Grocery, Christmas fundraiser .....194.65
Jodi L. Angstman, mileage ......................11.32
Matt Parrot/Storey Kenworthy, laser checks/utility bills ....................................................47.34
MidAmerican Energy, utilities .............2,436.90
Mid-America Publishing Corp. . publish 1/14/15
minutes ................................................105.89
Miller & Miller, P.C., legal services-trial, etc. ......
.............................................................908.00
Office Express, paper/sign/manila envelopes, .
.............................................................107.48
Popular Science, magazine sponsorship-two
years ......................................................14.00
Reader’s Digest, magazine renewal-one year ..
...............................................................17.98
U.S. Cellular, cell phone ..........................62.14
GENERAL ACCOUNTS PAYABLE ....11,889.66
GENERAL FUND SALARIES - JANUARY
2015 ..................................................3,903.75
TOTAL GENERAL ...........................15,793.41
ROAD USE TAX
Airgas USA, LLC, cylinder rental .............25.95
Auto Parts, Inc., snow/ice supplies ..........90.64
Central Iowa Distributing, Inc., towel dispensers/towels ...............................................93.60
Dumont Implement Co., Inc., oil, misc. supplies
...............................................................65.70
Hansell Ag Repair, Inc., sharpen chain saws ....
...............................................................65.00
Internal Revenue Service, Fed/FICA .....714.40
IPERS, IPERS .......................................412.73
Kwik Trip, Inc., fuel ................................132.32
MidAmerican Energy, utilities ................313.92
Momar, Incorported, snow maintenance/supplies......................................................246.49
Phelps Implement, repair 3 pt. blade .....630.72
Titan Machinery, speaker.........................22.65
Uthe’s Corner Repair, 1986 and 1999 truck repair/axle shafts ..................................3,061.18
ROAD USE TAX ACCOUNTS PAYABLE .........
..........................................................5,875.30
ROAD USE TAX SALARY - JANUARY 2015...
..........................................................2,016.51
TOTAL ROAD USE TAX ....................7,891.81
EMPLOYEE BENEFITS
Wellmark, insurance-payroll ..................947.10
WATER
Brown Supply Co., flange gasket/hydrant
pump/etc. .............................................193.00
Hampton Hardware, tubing, etc. ..............22.60
Hawkins, Inc., chlorine and phosphate ..147.19
Iowa One Call, locate ................................0.90
Internal Revenue Service, Fed/FICA .....510.32
IPERS, IPERS .......................................251.42
Matt Parrot/Storey Kenworthy, laser checks/utility bills ..................................................172.98
MidAmerican Energy, utilities ..................59.11
Municipal Supply, Inc., water meter frost bottoms .......................................................74.27
Treasurer-State of Iowa, sales tax 4th qtr.
2014, ................................................1,250.00
Vivax-Metrotech, repair TX & calibrate ..274.36
Wellmark, group health..........................473.55
WATER ACCOUNTS PAYABLE ........3,429.70
SEWER
AgSource Laboratories, wastewater analysis....
.............................................................333.50
Dumont Post Office, 1-31-2015 utility billing......
...............................................................99.96
Dumont Telephone Company, phone & UPS
fees ......................................................109.46
IPERS, IPERS .......................................400.70
Internal Revenue Service, Fed/FICA taxes .......
.............................................................789.72
Matt Parrot/Storey Kenworthy, laser checks/utility bills ..................................................172.98
MidAmerican Energy, utilities ................630.60
SEWER ACCOUNTS PAYABLE ........2,536.92
SEWER FUND SALARY - JANUARY 2015 .....
..........................................................2,986.86
TOTAL SEWER FUND .......................5,523.78
LANDFILL/GARBAGE
Butler Co. Solid Waste Comm., Disposal feeFeb. 2015 ..........................................2,070.25
Jendro Sanitation Services, January 2015 pickup/tags ..............................................1,889.08
Matt Parrot/Storey Kenworthy, laser checks/utility bills ..................................................172.98
LANDFILL ACCOUNTS PAYABLE ...4,132.31
TOTAL ACCOUNTS PAYABLE .......28,810.99
PAYROLL-JANUARY 2015................8,907.12
TOTAL ..............................................37,718.11
AMBULANCE EXPENDITURES - JANUARY
2015 ..................................................1,971.44
GRAND TOTAL ................................39,689.55
REVENUES
GENERAL FUND
Butler Co. Treasurer, general taxes ....1,354.28
Butler Co. Treasurer, insurance .............452.99
Butler Co. Treasurer, support of public library ...
...............................................................45.14
Mosquito Fund, utility billings.................610.00
Sales tax, utility billings..............................1.58
State of Iowa, local option ..................3,425.36
State of Iowa, liquor license...................390.00
Interest, savings accounts .........................5.18
Ambulance revenue, January 2015 ....2,698.84
Elaine Kiger/Diane Miller, Park & Rec rental .....
...............................................................25.00
Dumont Wireless, cell tower-two months ..........
.............................................................440.00
MidAmerican Energy, Fire Department donation .......................................................250.00
Kesley Electric, Fire Department donation ........
..........................................................1,000.00
Dorla Ferch, cat license 2015 ....................3.00
State of Iowa, OA/ILL reimb. .................272.58
GENERAL FUND TOTAL ................ 10,973.95
DEBT SERVICE
Butler Co. Treasurer, street repayment .. 439.68
SPECIAL REVENUE
Butler Co. Treasurer, emergency levy .....45.14
Butler Co. Treasurer, employee benefits284.75
State of Iowa, Road Use Tax ..............5,722.48
SPECIAL REVENUE TOTAL ..........$ 6,052.37
WATER FUND
Metered sales, utility billings ...............3,850.07
Over payments/credits, utility billings ....140.02
Tower maintenance, utility billings .........748.00
Penalties, utility billings............................15.00
Meter rent, utility billings ........................212.00
Sales tax, utility billings..........................376.35
Interest, savings ........................................0.38
WATER FUND TOTAL .......................5,341.82
SEWER FUND
Metered sales, utility billings ...............3,777.81
Base rate, utility billings ......................2,663.23
Interest, savings ........................................3.50
SEWER FUND TOTAL .......................6,444.54
LANDFILL/GARBAGE
Refuse fees, utility billings ..................4,544.02
TOTAL ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE ...33,796.38
As the agenda was complete, Shear moved to
adjourn. Showalter seconded. Motion carried,
ayes all. Meeting adjourned.
ATTEST:
Edwin L. Mouw, Mayor
Rhonda L. Schmidt, Attest
WAGES FOR CALENDAR YEAR 2014
WERE AS FOLLOWS:
Jodi Angstman ..................................11,200.73
Brenda K. Baldwin .................................545.00
Shirley Bierman .......................................80.33
Joseph J. Brown ...............................27,915.03
Dennis Burkett ..................................46,929.52
Debra J. Eisentrager.........................13,819.65
Kenneth C. McKinney ............................181.28
Reid Menken .........................................385.00
Edwin L. Mouw ...................................1,315.00
Jeanne J. Reysack .............................1,086.50
Rhonda L. Schmidt ...........................28,329.60
David E. Shear ......................................455.00
Chris Showalter .....................................455.00
Published in the Hampton Chronicle on March
4, 2015.