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City Council Meeting Agenda 8/14/2019

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Granger City Council Agenda

August 14, 2019 – 7 p.m.

City Hall, 1906 Main Street

 

 

  1. Roll Call
  2. Consent Agenda—Approval of Agenda; Approve July 10 2019, July 15, 2019, and July 23, 2019 Meeting Minutes; Library Report; Treasurer Report; Clerk Report, Approve outdoor liquor license for Bud’s Pub for Granger Days (pending dram shop insurance),
  3. Public Forum
  4. Donna Manning – requesting to put up a memorial flag in Granger (place to be determined)
  5. Jamie Fortier – request for waiver of sewer charges resulting from water hose left on at 1710 Crabapple Lane
  6. Darwin and Debra Edeker – request for reimbursement of 75% of sewer charged for June and July due to watering sod at 2303 Windcrest Drive (moved in newly built home in June 2019)
  7. Angela Selby – Kulinary Khaos Food Truck – request to waive time restriction on transient merchant license (Code Section 122.10 limits license to between 8 a.m. and 6 p.m.) to allow service until 9 p.m. through December 31, 2019
  8. Plan and Zoning Commission
    1. Report on August 7 meeting
    2. Action on Ordinance No. 381 – amending the official zoning map and Chapter 167 of the Code of Ordinances of the City of Granger, Iowa, as amended, by adding Section 167.16 – Ironwood Estates Conservancy Planned Unit Development, first reading
  9. Iowa Carriers request for Council to Initiate Rezoning of West half of the lot east of 1814 Main Street
    1. Action by Council to initiate rezoning of West Half of the lot east of 1814 Main Street from C-3 to C-4 to match zoning on east half of said lot, and referral of re-zoning to Plan and Zoning Commission
    2. Action to set public hearing on Re-Zoning for 7:00 p.m. for September 11, 2019
  10. 2017 and 2018 Sidewalk Status Update – City Engineer
  11. Wastewater Treatment Plant Improvement Project
    1. Discussion on items remaining to be completed on the maintenance bond
    2. Possible action to authorize City Attorney to pursue appropriate action to enforce the provisions of the maintenance bond.
  12. 2015 Urban Water Quality Initiative
    1. Report from City Engineer on evaluation of remaining items of work and the coast associated
    2. Possibly Action to authorize City Engineer and City Attorney to pursue suggested potential path for amicable resolution of this dispute
  13. City Engineer – Reports on any other projects and matters
  14. Public Works Report
    1. Review and discussion on price quotation for additional Water Treatment filters and financial condition of water utility.
    2. Update on employee compliance with Notice of Requirements
    3. Possible action on request to speak at vendor conference
  15. Police Report
    1. Action to accept resignation of part-time officer, Tom Peterson.
  16. Fire Department Report
    1. Discussion of timeline for Capital Improvement Plan projects
  17. EMS Department Report
    1. Action to approve resignation of Brad Feick as EMS Chief effective August 31, 2019 (includes membership to the Granger Volunteer Fire and EMS Departments)
  18. Parks and Recreation Report
    1. Discussion and possible action to approve policy on background check disqualifications for volunteers
    2. Action to approve Girl Scout Troop 1015 revamping the two garden areas in front of the community center
    3. Action to approve Celebrate Recovery to meet on Sunday evenings
  19. Granger Days
  20. Report
  21. Action to approve closing Sycamore Street (east of Assumption Church) from State to Broadway Streets from Noon to 4 p.m. for Fireman Water Games for Saturday, August 24th for Granger Days
  22. Granger Trails Committee
    1. Action to approve Granger Trails logo
  23. Appointments by Mayor to Library Board of Trustees subject to Council approval
    1. Jessica Juhl, as a resident member to replace Deanna Blagg for term ending June 30, 2024
  24. Action to appoint to Board of Adjustment
    1. Laura Pfab, reappointment to Board of Adjustment, for term ending August 19, 2024
  25. Action to authorize Iowa Codification to prepare amending ordinances resulting from new state laws.
  26. Action to approve Software and Professional Services Agreement contract with GIS Workshop L.L.C. d/b/a gWorks for third party meter reader interface software – $1,875.00
  27. Discussion on policy on cell phone reimbursement for unreimbursed months prior to reimbursement policy
    1. Possible action to approve cell phone reimbursement for Brad Feick from start of hire of May 6, 2016 to June 30, 2017 in the amount of $490.00
    2. Possible action to approve cell phone reimbursement for Kristy Trzeciak form start of hire of August 22, 2011 to May 31, 2014 in the amount of $1,190.00
  28. Report – Finance Committee –Schutt and Saak
  29. Approval of Bills for Payment
  30. Mayor’s Report
  31. Correspondence
  32. Adjournment

Kristy Trzeciak, City Clerk

Special City Council Meeting Agenda 7/23/2019

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Granger City Council Agenda

July 23, 2019 – 7:30 p.m.

City Hall, 1906 Main Street

 

 

  1. Roll Call
  2. Approval of Agenda
  3. Action on Resolution 2019-19 – Acceptance of Assignment of Agreement for Private Development and Minimum Assessment Agreement for Grandwood Education Center from Pags & Sons, LLC to Jill L. Lundberg.
  4. Action on Resolution 2019-20 – providing for the renaming of “Maple Drive” to “Maplewood Drive” in The Landing at Oxley Creek Plat 1.
  5. Action to approve Council’s appointment of Scott D. Brandt to Plan and Zoning Committee to fill the vacancy created by the resignation of Renee Lehman (for balance of term ending December 31, 2021)
  6. Adjournment

Kristy Trzeciak, City Clerk

 

Special City Council Meeting Agenda 7/15/2019

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Granger City Council Agenda

July 15, 2019 – 6:30 p.m.

City Hall, 1906 Main Street

 

 

  1. Roll Call
  2. Approval of Agenda
  3. Hearing on Proposed Termination of Employee
  4. Possible action to go into closed session by two-thirds vote of Council members present pursuant to Iowa Code Section 21.5(1) (i) if requested by the employee
  5. Hearing on Proposed Termination
  6. Possible action to rise from closed session
  7. Action by Council on termination of employee
  8. Adjournment

Kristy Trzeciak, City Clerk

City Council Meeting Minutes 7/10/2019

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Granger City Council Agenda

July 10, 2019 – 7 p.m.

City Hall, 1906 Main Street

 

 

  1. Roll Call
  2. Consent Agenda—Approval of Agenda; Approve June 12, 2019, Meeting Minutes; Library Report; Treasurer Report; Clerk Report
  3. Public Forum
  4. Linda Wunsch, Executive Director of Dallas County Development Alliance – discussion on new programs that Granger may qualify to sign up for.
  5. Polk County Local Option Sales and Services Tax (LOSST) Discussion
    1. Action on Resolution 2019-16 – Requesting the Scheduling of an Election and Approving Ballot Language for a Public Measure Providing for a Local Option Sales and Services Tax in Granger, Iowa for the City Election on for November 5, 2019.
  6. Action on Resolution 2019-15 – Setting cell phone reimbursement standards effective July 1, 2019.
  7. 2015 Urban Water Quality Initiative & Oxley Creek Watershed—Discussion and possible action on proposed signage.
  8. 2017 and 2018 Sidewalk Status Update – City Engineer
  9. City Engineer – Reports on any other projects and matters
  10. Public Works Report
  11. Police Report
  12. Fire Department Report
  13. EMS Department Report
  14. Parks and Recreation Report
  15. Granger Days
  16. Report
  17. Action to approve contract with A King’s Throne for portable restrooms – $400.00
  18. Action to authorize Bud’s Pub to close street from State Street to edge of Bob Gross’ building on Main Street for Granger Days starting at Noon on Friday, August 23rd through Noon on Sunday, August 25th for band performances.
  19. Action to approve closing Rose Street from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. on Saturday, August 24th for and parade route for Granger Days.
  20. Action on Resolution 2019-17 – Authorizing a Fund Transfer from the Emergency Fund to the General Fund
  21. Report – Finance Committee –Schutt and Saak
  22. Approval of Bills for Payment
  23. Mayor’s Report
  24. Correspondence
  25. Adjournment

Kristy Trzeciak, City Clerk

City Council Meeting Minutes 6/12/2019

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Mayor James opened the public hearing on the rezoning of Parcel B of the SW ¼ of Section 1, T80N R26W of the 5th P.M., City of Granger, Iowa from A-1 to R-3 at 7::00 p.m. at City Hall, 1906 Main Street, Granger, Iowa, 50109.  With no written or oral comments, the public hearing was closed.

Mayor James opened the regular City Council meeting at 7:00 p.m.

Roll Call:  Present:  Backous, Bice, Saak, Schutt         Not Present:  Bermel

Backous made motion to approve the consent agenda, seconded by Schutt.  All Ayes.

The Plan and Zoning Commission met on June 5th and they would like to recommend that the City Council consider changing the zoning classification of certain real estate within the City limits of Granger from A-1 to R-3.  Action on Ordinance No. 380 – rezoning Parcel B of the SW ¼ of Section 1, T80N R26W of the 5th P.M., City of Granger, Iowa from A-1 (Agricultural District) to R-3 (Multi-Family Residential District), first reading was approved by Schutt, seconded by Backous.  All Ayes.  Backous made motion to waive the second and third readings, seconded by Schutt.  All Ayes.

Nick Iwig the owner of Metal Artisans which is a custom design build install metal solutions organization mentioned they are currently interested in purchasing the LeafGuard property that is for sale.  They are also interested in the parking lot across from the LeafGuard building in hopes to utilize that short-term as potential outside boat and RV storage to generate cash flow for a long-term goal of turning that into an expansion of their business.  He just wanted to introduce himself, express an interest and get an idea of what the community of Granger is looking for in businesses.

Keven Crawford with Cooper Crawford & Associates presented on the revised proposal for development of Ironwood Plat 4. The revisions were made based on what the City Council expressed at the May Council meeting which were the street widths and the lot sizes on Cedar Street.  Action by Council to initiate rezoning of Lots 32 through 35 and Outlot Y, Ironwood Estates Plat 3, from R-1-A and Ironwood Estates PUD Zoning Districts to Ironwood Estates Conservancy Planned Unit Development Zoning District, and referral of rezoning to Plan and Zoning Commission was approved by Schutt, seconded by Bice.  3 Ayes, 1 Naye.  Action to set public hearing on rezoning for 7 p.m. for August 14, 2019 was approved by Schutt, seconded by Bice.  All Ayes.

Engineer Veenstra mentioned the contractors for Metro Concrete is making progress on the grading and seeding for the 2018 Sidewalk Improvements Project.  The punch list will be updated and sent out after the seeding is finished.  There are a couple issues left to resolve on the 2017 Sidewalk Improvements Project with a scheduled walk through for next week and then the punch list will be updated at that time.

Public Works Report – Action on Ordinance No. 382 – providing for certain required stops and no parking zones in Ironwood Estates Plat 3, first reading was approved by Schutt, seconded by Backous.  All Ayes.  Backous made motion to waive the second and third readings, seconded by Schutt.  All Ayes.  Action on requiring sidewalk construction on a lot in Carefree Estates Plat 1 and a lot in Twin Eagles Plat 2 with the Mayor to sign the notice and giving the owners of the lots until June 30, 2020 to complete, was approved by Schutt, seconded by Saak.  All Ayes.

Police Report – From 5/6/19 – 6/9/19 reported 1 no trespass order completed, 1 possible child abuse, 9 ambulance calls, 5 animal calls, 1 dog at large citation issued, 2 dog bites, 2 assaults, 1 impaired driver, 1 theft arrest warrant issued, 1 parking complaint citation issued, 1 debris on roadway, 1 tall grass complaint, 1 child custody issue, 3 erratic drivers, 2 fires, 1 stabbing, 2 wrong way drivers, 1 theft, 1 civil standby, 1 domestic, 4 accidents, 2 suspicious persons, 1 suspicious vehicle, 2 harassments, 1 suicidal subject, 18 citations, 5 warnings and 7 other agency assists.  Action to change Chris Knouse’s status to full-time effective July 1, 2019 was approved by Backous, seconded by Saak.  All Ayes.  Action to increase Chris Knouse’s pay rate from $20 an hour to $24.76 an hour, effective July 1, 2019 was approved by Saak, seconded by Schutt.  All Ayes.

Fire/EMS May Report shows there were 11 EMS calls, 1 mutual aid, 4 motor vehicle calls and 3 fire calls.

Parks and Recreation Report – Jennifer reported that there were 34 students enrolled in the swim lessons program that was partnered through Ankeny and it is going well.  The first Movie in the Park will be Friday, June 28th and the movie that will be shown is Jumanji.  The Parks and Rec Board for July will be moved to Monday, July 1st.  The freezer meal class for June has been cancelled due to low numbers.  The Peak Prospects college games for June and July will be held at the high school baseball field.  The community center sign out front will be getting a new look and should be completed in the next couple of weeks.  Jennifer will be looking into options for virtual and streaming adult fitness classes.  Action to allow Julie Stanger to rent the community center for a July event at the resident rate was approved by Schutt, seconded by Saak.  All Ayes.  Action on Resolution 2019-14 – allowing non-resident employees of the City to rent the community center at the resident rate was approved by Schutt, seconded by Bice.  All Ayes.

Granger Days 2019 – Granger Days will be held Friday, August 23rd and Saturday, August 24th.  Some of the events being held will be the 2nd Annual 5k/Fun Run, Knights of Columbus pancake breakfast at the Assumption Church, parade, kid push pedal pull tractor, live music by Tom Acton and David Watson, beer garden, WG FFA petting zoo, cow pie bingo, inflatables, face painting, gaga ball, volleyball tournament, fireman water games, bags tournament, movie in the park, food trucks and firetrucks.  Go to the Granger Days Facebook page for more information.  Action to approve contract with Classic Events & Parties for tents and a stage in the amount of $1,442.32 was approved by Backous, seconded by Schutt.  All Ayes.  Action to approve contract with J & M Displays for fireworks in the amount of $3,500 was approved by Schutt, seconded by Bice.  All Ayes.  Action to approve the multiple year agreement extension with J & M Displays through year 2022 for a 15% bonus product was approved by Schutt, seconded by Saak.  All Ayes.

Library Board of Trustees – Action to accept resignation of Deanna Blagg was approved by Schutt, seconded by Bice.  All Ayes.  Action to approve Mayor’s reappointment of Carina Degase for term ending June 30, 2025 was approved by Schutt, seconded by Bice.  All Ayes.  Action to approve Mayor’s reappointment of Pam Claussen as a nonresident member, for term ending June 30, 2025 subject to approval of Polk County Board of Supervisors was approved by Schutt, seconded by Saak.  All Ayes.

Action to approve employee compensation adjustments at a rate of 3% effective July 1, 2019, was approved by Saak, seconded by Schutt.  All Ayes.

Bice reported for the Finance Committee that all information at this time was in order.  Schutt made motion to approve the report, seconded by Backous.  All Ayes.

Mayor appointed Saak to replace Bice as a member of the Finance Committee starting in July 2019.

Bice made motion to approve all bills for payment, seconded by Schutt.  All Ayes.

Action to accept resignation of City Attorney Ralph R. Brown effective June 30, 2019 was approved by Schutt, seconded by Bice.  All Ayes.  Action to approve Mayor’s appointment of Benjamin L. Rouse as City Attorney effective July 1, 2019 was approved by Backous, seconded by Schutt.  All Ayes.

Mayor James will be out of town for the July City Council meeting so Mayor Pro-Tempore Jodi Bermel will be conducting the meeting.  Mayor James asked the City Council to consider signing up to volunteer for Granger Days.  They need help with the 5k/Fun Run, setting up at the park, the kiddie corner, serving beer and tearing down at the end of the day.

Meeting adjourned at 8:28 p.m.

_____________________________________

Tony L. James, Mayor

Attest:  _________________________________

Kristy Trzeciak, City Clerk

 

MAY 2019 CLAIMS
VENDOR DESCRIPTION AMOUNT
 A King’s Throne  Portable Bathroom for Community Center Rec Center  $      150.00
 Access Systems  Wireless Access Point at Community Center  $      436.94
 Access Systems  Docking Station for Community Center Computer  $      310.26
 Access Systems Leasing  Copier Lease + Usage  $      361.45
 Access Systems Leasing  Server Lease + IT Services  $      625.74
 Acco  Chemical Injection Valves  $      183.80
 AccuJet, LLC  Vac Out Water Main Break  $   1,019.87
 AccuJet, LLC  Hydro Water Main Line with Break  $      728.48
 AED Superstore  AED for Concession Building  $   1,964.00
 Agsource Laboratories  Wastewater tests + UPS shipping charges  $      255.50
 Agsource Laboratories  Wastewater tests + UPS shipping charges  $      228.50
 Agsource Laboratories  Wastewater tests + UPS shipping charges  $      255.50
 Agsource Laboratories  Wastewater tests + UPS shipping charges  $      240.00
 Agsource Laboratories  Wastewater tests + UPS shipping charges  $      148.50
 Allied Systems, Inc.  Pump Monitor Relay  $      375.00
 Ankeny Sanitation  Clean Up Day  $   8,774.76
 AnyPromo.com  Insect Repellent Pen Sprayer – Movies in the Park  $      226.13
 AnyPromo.com  Reflective Slap Bracelets  $      484.76
 AnyPromo.com  Dart Click Ballpoint Pens  $        89.06
 Assumption Church  Special Event Insurance for using their Parking Lot for Fireman Games – Granger Days  $        50.00
 Background Investigation Bureau  Background Checks on Summer Camp Employees  $        23.90
 Baker Electric  Electrical for New Projector Mount – Community Center Meeting Room  $   1,250.00
 Baker Electric  Removal of Old Oven/Gas Line Decommissioning – Community Center  $   2,150.00
 Banleaco  Folder/Inserter Lease  $      154.22
 Barnes & Noble  Books  $        47.94
 Barnes & Noble  Books  $        20.29
 Barnes & Noble  Books/DVD  $        85.06
 Barnes & Noble  Book  $        15.99
 Barnes & Noble  Books  $        44.73
 Barnes & Noble  Books  $        47.95
 Barnes & Noble  DVDs  $        60.47
 Bert Gurney & Associates, Inc.  Analog Outputs/Sensor Connections  $      925.00
 Bohlmann, Inc.  Push Button Assembly on Drinking Fountain  $        49.75
 Bomgaars  Circuit Breakers/Stop Valves  $        53.95
 Bomgaars  Hi-Light Weed Spray Dye  $        32.99
 Bomgaars  Hitch Pin/Glove/Protective Glasses  $        43.46
 Bomgaars  Hitch Pin  $        14.98
 Bound Tree Medical  Bandage/Gauze Pads/Gloves/Oral Nasal Tubing/Splint/IV Sol/EKG Paper/Conv Bag  $      220.58
 Brown, Fagen & Rouse  Legal Services for June 2019  $   2,475.00
 Burns, Brandon  Cell Phone Reimbursement  $        35.00
 Capital City Equipment Co.  Mower Blades  $      228.72
 Capital City Equipment Co.  Blades/Filter Oil/Filter Fuel/Filter Hydraulic Cartridge  $      229.64
 Casey’s Business MasterCard  Fuel  $   1,396.11
 Century Laundry Distributing, Inc.  Washer/Extractor  $   5,528.00
 Channing Bete Co.  Coloring & Activity Books/Posters/Stickers – Safety Town  $      149.07
 Copy Systems, Inc.  Repair Folder/Inserter Equipment/Trip Charges  $      191.50
 Core & Main  Hex Bolt & Nut Kit  $        29.64
 Core & Main  Hex Bolt & Nut Kits/Pipe Gaskets  $        66.84
 Core & Main  Hub Clamp  $      133.96
 Culligan Water of Adel  Bottled Water + Cooler Rental  $        24.05
 D&K Products  Razor Pro Turf Maintenance  $      197.50
 Dallas County EMS  Ambulance Tiering Services  $      150.00
 Dallas County EMS  Ambulance Tiering Services  $      150.00
 Demco  Avery Laser Labels/Clear Glossy Label Protectors  $        81.53
 Durham School Services  Swimming Lessons Transportation Charges  $   1,050.00
 Elite Electric & Utility Contractors  Jet Sewer Line N. Side of Rose Street – Benbow Residence  $      300.00
 Enaqua  Port Powered Hub  $      446.80
 ESO Solutions, Inc.  Annual CAD Integration Software for 6/7/19-6/6/20  $   2,985.00
 Feick, Brad  Cell Phone Reimbursement  $        35.00
 Fire Recovery EMS  May Billing  $      185.67
 Freedom First Aid & Safety  Replenish First Aid Kit at City Hall  $        31.20
 G & L Clothing  Clothing for Mullins  $      236.61
 Galls  Clothing for Knouse  $      763.93
 Galls  Clothing for Owen  $      176.96
 Geneser Repair  Repair Snow Plow Cylinder/Tear Down & Inspect Old Cylinder  $      383.00
 Genus Landscape Architects  Professional Services thru April 2019 – Construction Admin on Granger Trail Hub  $      651.85
 Grout Museum District  Star Lab Program/Transportation Charge – Library  $      362.00
 Hach Company  Ascorbic Acid/Alkaline Cyanide/Pan Ind Solution/Ferrover Iron Reagent  $      189.56
 Harned, Jennifer  Cell Phone Reimbursement  $        35.00
 Harney Industries, Inc.  Concrete Tear Out, Repair and Replace due to Water Main Repairs w/ Add Curbing  $   9,334.45
 Harney Industries, Inc.  Sidewalks for Concrete Corn Holes at Centennial Park  $   2,244.00
 Hawkins, Inc.  Chlorine & Sodium Permanganate  $   1,370.52
 IEMSA  Annual Membership Dues for Feick  $      100.00
 Invictus Construction Management  Removal of One Wall to Make Two Rooms – Community Center  $   3,995.00
 Iowa League of Cities  Annual Membership Dues 7/1/19-6/30/20  $      957.00
 Iowa One Call  811 E-Mails  $        70.20
 Iowa Prison Industries  Hinged Stop Signs for School Crossing on State and Main Streets  $      183.48
 Iowa State University Extension  Instructor Payment for Babysitting Classes  $      440.00
 Jetco  Repair UV System that was Unable to Communicate with the Bulbs  $      275.10
 Jetco  Troubleshoot & Repair System after Lightning Strike  $ 15,874.12
 Jones Creek Apparel  Parks & Rec Staff Shirts  $      182.25
 Kempker’s True Value  Wire Rope Clips/Galvanized Cable  $      201.90
 Kinetico Water  Water Filters for Community Center  $      354.00
 Kuehl Brothers  Backhoe w/ Operator and Man – Tore Out Street, Dug Up Water Main on N. Side of Town  $   1,000.00
 Kuehl Brothers  Backhoe w/ Operator and Man – Dug Up Water Valve at State & Sycamore Streets  $   2,250.00
 LeafGuard by HIS  Concession Building Window Replacement  $      650.00
 MAFCO Buildings  Water Main Repairs  $   1,580.00
 Mangela Construction  Ceiling & FRP Panel Installation for Concession Building  $   1,314.12
 Mercy College of Health Sciences  Landing Zone Training CEH Hours  $        10.00
 Midwest Overhead Garage Doors  Installed New Insulated Door on Salt Shed  $   2,154.00
 Mullins, Aaron  Cell Phone Reimbursement  $        35.00
 Municipal Pipe Services, Inc.  Install Line Stops in Main so Valve could be Replaced  $   5,000.00
 Municipal Pipe Services, Inc.  Parts to Fix Water Main Break on State Street  $      975.00
 Municipal Supply, Inc.  Valve Oil  $   1,316.00
 Office Depot  Toner/Dry Erase Markers  $      163.86
 Office Depot  Toner Credit Return  $     (82.99)
 Office Depot  Plastic Forks  $        15.56
 Office Depot  Toner/Dry Erase Wall Calendar/Binder Clips  $      113.40
 Office Depot  Audio Extension Cable  $          6.27
 Office Depot  Packing Tape/Ink  $        40.38
 Office Depot  Staples  $          2.53
 Office Depot  Binders  $        10.88
 Office Depot  Paper Bowls  $          9.69
 Office Depot  Clipboard  $          3.03
 Office Depot  Copy Paper  $        39.99
 Office Depot  Copy Paper/Toner/Cleaning Duster/Markers/Pens  $      161.62
 Office Depot  Paper Bowls Credit Return  $       (9.69)
 Oriental Trading  Bendables/Sticky Stars  $        95.34
 Oriental Trading  Space Stickers/Solar System Sticker Scene/Make Your Own Stickers/Roll Stickers  $        28.73
 Oriental Trading  Cosmic Flying Disks/Roll Stickers/Foam Rockets/Planet Sticker Scene/Planet Cutouts  $        85.01
 Oriental Trading  Happy Mom Day Picture Frame/Flower Bouquet Kit/Ornamets Kit/Magnet/Photo Frame  $        39.02
 Outdoor Ping Pong Tables  Concrete Cornhole Game Boards for Centennial Park  $   3,537.00
 Petty Cash  Replenish Petty Cash Fund up to $200  $      102.86
 Physio-Control, Inc.  LUCAS Service Agreement for 5/21/19-6/30/19  $      126.67
 Physio-Control, Inc.  AED Lifepak 1000  $   2,502.86
 Pink Stew Entertainment  Balloon Workshop for Summer Camp  $        95.00
 Pink Stew Entertainment  Clowd Ed for Summer Camp  $        40.00
 Praxair  Oxygen  $      194.05
 Professional Rescue Innovations  Water Helmets/Ice Suits  $      700.00
 Pro-Vision Video Systems  HD Body Cameras – Police  $      590.00
 Quick Oil Co.  PowerMax Diesel Fuel  $      507.00
 Racom  EDACS Access/BEON Access  $      494.05
 Racom  Antennas/Batteries  $   1,747.50
 Radar Road Tec  MPH Scout Complete Rechargeable Handheld Charge for Radar – Police  $   1,049.00
 Ramsey, Katie  Babysitting Class Action Photos  $        65.00
 Reserve Account  Postage  $   1,200.00
 Rounded Minds  Instructor Payment  $      280.00
 S & S Worldwide, Inc.  Blast Off Rocket Frame Craft Kit – Library  $        19.99
 S & S Worldwide, Inc.  Educraft Kaleidoscope Craft Kit/Finger Rocket Craft Kit/Alien Robot Craft Kit – Library  $        52.98
 Sam’s Club  Cleaning Supplies  $        64.64
 Sandry Fire Supply  Facepiece/Facepiece Testing/In-House Service Fee  $      193.11
 Science Center of Iowa  Global Soundscape Outreach for Summer Camp  $      500.00
 Signature Signs & Graphics Studio  Banners for Movie in the Park and Yoga in the Park  $      303.12
 Signature Signs & Graphics Studio  New Sign for Outfront of Community Center  $   1,427.97
 Smith Mills Schrock Blades Monthei  High Risk Policy Manual Update – Police  $   5,000.00
 Stanley Steemer Des Moines  Carpets Cleaned at Community Center  $      525.00
 State Hygienic Laboratory  Water Tests  $      130.00
 Strauss Security Systems  Quarterly Brivo Hosting Fee  $        57.00
 Strauss Security Systems  Extra Storage Key for the Community Center  $        15.00
 Storey Kenworthy/Matt Parrott  Granger Police Not of Violation Forms  $      126.02
 Sturtz, Jarrod  Cell Phone Reimbursement  $        35.00
 Suez Utility Service Co., Inc.  Ice Pigging Project  $ 77,500.00
 Swank Motion Pictures, Inc.  Summer Movie Licenses for Movie in the Park 2019  $      845.00
 Sylvan Learning – Johnston  Instructor Payment  $      256.00
 Sylvan Learning – Johnston  Instructor Payment  $      236.00
 Sylvan Learning – Johnston  Instructor Payment  $      236.00
 Terminal Supply Co.  Shrink Quick Disconnect/Spade Terminal/Ring Terminal  $      113.14
 Tiernan’s Service Center  Dismounted and Mounted Lawn Mower Tire  $        17.00
 Tiernan’s Service Center  Check and Replace Evap Purge Valve/Cleared Codes/Test Drove  $      155.82
 Tiernan’s Service Center  Replace Frost Plug/Topped Off Coolant/Test Drove/No Leaks  $      309.93
 Tiernan’s Service Center  Replaced Wiper Blades/MTP-65 HD Battery Replaced  $      189.95
 Tiernan’s Service Center  Lube, Oil and Filter Service  $        38.00
 Tiernan’s Service Center  Hydraulic Fluid for Skid Loader/Blew Hose  $        93.75
 Tiernan’s Service Center  Dismounted and Mounted Rear Mower Tires  $      204.26
 Tiernan’s Service Center  1″ Ball Hone  $        28.28
 Tiernan’s Service Center  Lube, Oil and Filter Service/Rotate Tires  $        60.00
 Tiernan’s Service Center  Lube, Oil and Filter Service/Def Fluid/Rotate Tires/Fuel Filter Replaced  $      343.41
 Tiernan’s Service Center  Repl Air Dryer/Air Filter/Rem Tires and Cleaned all Sat and Corr/Lubed Studs/Adj Brakes  $      651.03
 Tiernan’s Service Center  Check and Repl Brake Light Switch/Repl One Way Check Valve for Overnight Air Supply  $      235.48
 Trzeciak, Kristy  Cell Phone Reimbursement  $        35.00
 UPS  Shipping  $        53.80
 Veenstra & Kimm, Inc.  Engineering Services – Ironwood Estates Plat 3 – Construction  $   1,300.62
 Veenstra & Kimm, Inc.  Engineering Services – Sidewalk Improvements Program 2017  $      119.06
 Veenstra & Kimm, Inc.  Engineering Services – Sidewalk Improvements Program 2018  $      485.20
 Veenstra & Kimm, Inc.  Building Permit Fees for April 2019  $   7,494.00
 Verizon Wireless  Cell Phone Charges  $        88.05
 Walsh Door & Security  Bathroom Door Service Call for Concession Building  $      158.00
 Walsh Door & Security  Hinge Repair on Bathroom Doors at Concession Building  $      533.66
 Walter’s Sanitary Service, Inc.  Residential garbage reimbursement 5/1-5/31/19  $   7,475.20
 Walter’s Sanitary Service, Inc.  Container Rental/Pickup  $      113.00
 Walter’s Sanitary Service, Inc.  Container Rental/Pickup  $        86.08
 Westrum Leak Detection  2019 Leak Detection Survey  $      750.00
 Williams Scotsman  Police Mobile Trailer Rental Fee  $      338.00
 Woodward-Granger CSD  Swimming Lessons/Summer Camp Transportation Charges  $   1,127.50
 Ziegler, Inc.  Preventive Maintenance on Lift Station Generator for 6/1/19-5/31/20  $   1,377.99
 TOTAL  $218,366.45
 EXPENSE TOTALS PER FUND
 General Fund  $ 87,911.01
 Road Use Tax Fund  $ 13,131.35
 Local Option Sales Tax Fund  $ 77,500.00
 Water Fund  $ 17,722.65
 Sewer Fund  $ 22,101.44
 TOTAL  $218,366.45
 REVENUE TOTALS PER FUND
 General Fund  $ 69,440.05
 Road Use Tax Fund  $ 15,021.43
 Employee Benefits Fund  $   5,578.56
 Emergency Fund  $   1,066.30
 Local Option Sales Tax Fund  $ 15,693.70
 TIF Fund  $   9,925.62
 Debt Service Fund  $ 21,683.39
 Water Fund  $ 22,649.26
 Sewer Fund  $ 41,305.52
 TOTAL  $202,363.83

 

Granger City Council Meeting Agenda 6-10-2019

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Granger City Council Agenda

June 12, 2019 – 7 p.m.

City Hall, 1906 Main Street

 

PUBLIC HEARING – on rezoning of Parcel B of the SW ¼ of Section 1, T80N R26W of the 5th P.M., City of Granger, Iowa from A-1 to R-3

 

 

  1. Roll Call
  2. Consent Agenda—Approval of Agenda; Approve May 8, 2019, and May 22, 2019, Meeting Minutes; Library Report; Treasurer Report; Clerk Report; Casey’s cigarette permit renewal; Bud’s Pub liquor license (pending dram shop insurance); and 5-day liquor license for City of Granger for Granger Days (pending dram shop insurance)
  3. Public Forum
  4. Plan and Zoning Commission
  5. Report on June 5 meeting
  6. Action on Ordinance No. 380 – rezoning Parcel B of the SW ¼ of Section 1, T80N R26W of the 5th P.M., City of Granger, Iowa from A-1 (Agricultural District) to R-3 (Multi-Family Residential District), first reading
  7. Presentation by potential purchasers of the Leaf Guard property
  8. John Kline – presentation on revised proposal for development of Ironwood Plat 4
  9. Review revised Master Pan for Ironwood Estates Conservancy Planned Unit Development
  10. Review draft ordinance establishing new planned unit development
  11. Action by Council to initiate rezoning of Lots 32 through 35 and Outlot Y, Ironwood Estates Plat 3, from R-1-A and Ironwood Estates PUD Zoning Districts to Ironwood Estate Conservancy Planned Unit Development Zoning District, and referral of re-zoning to Plan and Zoning Commission
  12. Action to set public hearing on re-zoning for 7 p.m. for August 14, 2019
  13. Deferred from May – 2015 Urban Water Quality Initiative maintenance contract – action to accept low quotation for 3-year maintenance of Urban Water Quality Initiative native plantings and award contract to Iowa Restorations of Van Meter for $4,200
  14. Deferred from May – 2015 Urban Water Quality Initiative
  15. Engineer’s Report
  16. Possible action to accept surety’s settlement proposal
  17. Discussion and possible action to accept low quotation for completion and remedial work and award contract to EOR Iowa, LLC of Boone for $76,000
  18. Discussion and possible action to accept low quotation for seeding and award contract to EOR Iowa, LLC of Boone for $14,000
  19. City Engineer – Reports on any other projects and matters
  20. Public Works Report
    1. Action on Ordinance No. 382 – providing for certain required stops and no parking zones in Ironwood Estates Plat 3, first reading
    2. Discussion and possible action on requiring sidewalk construction on a lot in Carefree Estates Plat 1 and a lot in Twin Eagles Plat 2
  21. Police Report
  22. Action to change Chris Knouse’s status to full-time effective July 1, 2019
  23. Action to increase Chris Knouse’s pay rate from $20 an hour to $24.76 an hour, effective July 1, 2019
  24. Fire Department Report
  25. EMS Department Report
  26. Parks and Recreation Report
  27. Action to allow Julie Stanger to rent the Community Center for a July event at the resident rate
  28. Action on Resolution 2019-14 – allowing non-resident employees of the City to rent the Community Center at resident rates
  29. Granger Days
  30. Report
  31. Action to approve contract with Classic Events & Parties for tents and stage – $1,442.32
  32. Action to approve contract with J&M Displays for fireworks – $3,500.00
  33. Library Board of Trustees
  34. Action to accept resignation of Deanna Blagg
  35. Action to approve Mayor’s reappointment of Carina Degase for term ending June 30, 2025
  36. Action to approve Mayor’s reappointment of Pam Claussen as a nonresident member, for term ending June 30, 2025 subject to approval of Polk County Board of Supervisors
  37. Mayor’s Report on Employee Compensation, and action to set employee compensation effective July 1, 2019
  38. Report – Finance Committee – Bice and Schutt
  39. Mayor’s appointment of Finance Committee Member to replace Bice
  40. Approval of Bills for Payment
  41. Action to accept resignation of City Attorney Ralph R. Brown effective June 30, 2019
  42. Action to approve Mayor’s appointment of Benjamin L. Rouse as City Attorney effective July 1, 2019
  43. Mayor’s Report
  44. Correspondence
  45. Adjournment

Kristy Trzeciak, City