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City Council Meeting Agenda 3/13/2019

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Granger City Council Agenda

March 13, 2019 – 7 p.m.

City Hall, 1906 Main Street

 

PUBLIC HEARING – on proposed Fiscal Year 2019-2020 City of Granger Budget

 

  1. Roll Call
  2. Consent Agenda—Approval of Agenda; Approve February 13, 2019, Meeting Minutes; Library Report; Treasurer Report; Clerk Report; approve liquor license (pending dram shop) for Hitchin Post at 1902 Main Street
  3. Public Forum
  4. Granger Trail Hub Plaza Project
    1. Report by Genus on competitive quotations received
    2. Action on Resolution 2019-7 – accepting competitive quotation, making award of contract for the Project, and authorizing Mayor and Clerk to execute contract with contractor (subject to approval of the City Attorney).
  5. Diane and Mark Kepford – request for waiver of sewer charges resulting from water leak at 2101 Broadway
  6. Sandy Foster and Troy Polito – requesting Council permission to add 80 foot bases and infield material to the Community Center ballfield at their expense
  7. Karen Erikson – request for unpaid leave of absence under Section 7.10 of Personnel Policies or unpaid personal leave under Section 7.12 of the Personnel Policies, and action thereon
  8. Attorney General correspondence on tobacco sales to minors – action for either the Council to prosecute or refer to the Attorney General
  9. Action to approve Resolution 2019-8 – approving Fiscal Year 2019-2020 City of Granger Budget
  10. Action on Resolution 2019-9 – authorizing the Mayor and Clerk to issue checks for immediate payment of certain amounts due
  11. Discussion and possible action on obtaining free tree seedlings from State Forest Nursery
  12. Action on Ordinance No. 377 – amending Code Section 135.06 to refer to EMS Department, second reading
  13. Action on Ordinance No. 378 – amending Code Chapter 8 (Urban Renewal Area) by adding the area included in Amendment No. 4 to the Granger Urban Renewal Plan, second reading
  14. Action to approve hiring of Jason Clausen for temporary snow removal work effective February 1, 2019, and action to establish rate of pay
  15. Discussion and possible action on payout of compensatory time that may not be able to be used before December 31, 2019
  16. Action approving proposal from Utility Service Co., Inc. of Atlanta, Georgia, for ice pigging potable water main – $77,500 from LOST revenue, and authorizing Mayor to sign proposal
  17. Action approving 100,000 gallon 5-year (and possibly continuing) Water Tank Maintenance Contract with Utility Service Co., Inc. of Atlanta, Georgia ($1,500 in Year 1, $25,563 in Years 2, 3, 4, and 5, and $10,444 if continued in Year 6), and authorizing Mayor and Clerk to sign contract
  18. Action approving 40,000 gallon 5-year Water Tank Maintenance Contract with Utility Service Co., Inc. of Atlanta, Georgia ($32,054 in Year 1, $1,752 in Year 3, $1,840 in Year 5, and no services in Years 2 and 4), and authorizing the Mayor and Clerk to sign contract.
  19. 2015 Urban Water Quality Initiative
    1. Engineer’s Report on status of Project and quotations received for 3-year maintenance of (a) Oxley Creek Project native plantings and (b) Urban Water Quality Initiative native plantings
    2. Discussion and possible action to accept low quotation for 3-year maintenance of Oxley Creek Project native plantings and award contract to Iowa Restorations of Van Meter for $4,200
    3. Discussion and possible 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
  20. Capital Improvement Plan and available General Obligation debt capacity – discussion
  21. City Engineer – report on issue of Flood Hazard Boundary Location issue with flood insurance
  22. City Engineer – Reports on any other projects and matters
  23. Public Works Report
  24. Police Report
  25. Fire Department Report
    1. Action to authorize submittal of request for $30,000 Firehouse Sub grant (generator service for Fire Department and City Hall)
    2. Action to authorize submittal of request for $62,000 FEMA grant (Airboat)
    3. Action to authorize expenditure for Extractor (washer) for bunker gear and shower installation, including wiring and tankless water heater, not to exceed $6,800
  26. EMS Department Report
  27. Parks and Recreation Report
    1. Action to authorize purchase of $1,300 entryway furniture from Lake Country Bible Chapel Choir donation
    2. Action to authorize advertising for temporary floater summer staff employee
  28. Report – Finance Committee – Bice and Schutt
  29. Approval of Bills for Payment
  30. Mayor’s Report
    1. Johnston Notice of Voluntary Annexation – Reichenach Farms and Schuling
  31. Correspondence
  32. Adjournment

Kristy Trzeciak, City Clerk