7.08.19 – Council Meeting Minutes
JULY 8, 2019
The regular meeting of the Corydon City Council was called to order by Mayor Dennis Moorman. Present were Council Members Jaeckel, Bennett, Holmes, Rupe and Rodgers. Others in attendance were guest council member Brady Hackney, Malisha Hagan, John Buttz, Josh Shields, Nancy Buss from Hall Engineering, City employees Brandon Trower and Laredo Davis, Jen Reed from the Times Republican and the City clerk.
Guest Council member Brady Hackney was introduced and welcomed by the Council.
Nancy Buss from Hall Engineering was present to provide the Council with an update on current projects.
1. Sewer rehab project-Has been put out for bids. Bids will be opened on July 31st and the public hearing will be held at the August 5th Council meeting.
2. Water main project-Hall should have the application to the IDNR in a couple weeks.
3. Street Capital improvements 2019-Working at getting information for storm intakes and ADA pads. Will be let with a June 15th 2020 deadline.
4. Water meter building – Waiting on a response from IDNR.
5. Wastewater facility project (SAGAR system) -Bids will be let this winter. Project will start in the spring and be online by fall 2020.
Jared Chambers asked for another two weeks to go over the proposed changes to the document “Request for Proposals 2019 Streets Condition Survey, City of Corydon, Iowa”. He will be on the agenda for the July 24th meeting.
Malisha Hagan was present to ask the Council’s permission to close one parking space in the alley west of the Rea Hotel for the placement of a dumpster. Jaeckel made the motion to close the parking space containing the light pole, that lines be painted and a dumpster allowed in that area. Rupe seconded. Ayes-Jaeckel, Bennett, Holmes and Rupe. Nays-none. Rodgers abstained.
John Buttz, president of the Old Settlers Committee, advised the Council that Old Settlers will be held August 8th, 9th, 10th and 11th. Buttz would like to have the square shut down on the 7th at 5:00 p.m. Trower and Buttz will coordinate barricades and other details.
The interview committee presented the Council with the applicant of their choice for the pending City clerk position. The candidate will be offered the position with a 90 day trial period, which can be terminated by either party. Holmes made the motion to approve the hiring of candidate #6. Rupe seconded. Ayes-Holmes, Rupe and Rodgers. Nays-none. Bennett and Jaeckel abstained as they were on the interview committee.
Jaeckel made the motion to approve the request from Hill’s Sanitation for a permit to supply roll-offs in the City of Corydon. Rodgers seconded. Ayes-Jaeckel, Bennett, Holmes, Rupe and Rodgers. Nays-none.
Jaeckel made the motion to approve the application for a liquor license for Sonz Smoke House BBQ. Rupe seconded. Ayes-Jaeckel, Bennett, Holmes, Rupe and Rodgers. Nays-none.
Rodgers made the motion to approve the 2018/2019 Annual Investment Report as presented. Bennett seconded. Ayes-Jaeckel, Bennett, Holmes, Rupe and Rodgers. Nays-none.
The Mayor, City clerk and Council Member Rodgers attended the Board of Supervisors meeting on Monday, July 1st. Rodgers reviewed the discussion regarding the Corydon Lake Park to the Council Members. Moorman instructed the Parks committee to continue to work with Wayne County Conservation and to bring discussions and decisions to the Council for consideration.
Mayor Moorman suggested to the Council that further action be taken regarding the property at 212 W. Jackson Street. Some work has been done, but the condition of the building continues to decay. The Council agreed. The clerk will contact the City’s legal counsel to start proceedings.
McClure presented their housing plan at a meeting at the Prairie Trails Museum on July 2nd. Suggestions for developing a revolving loan fund, a down payment assistance program, blighted property remedy plan and delinquent tax property program were presented.
Jaeckel made the motion to approve the minutes and treasurer’s report. Rodgers seconded. Ayes-Jaeckel, Bennett, Holmes, Rupe and Rodgers. Nays-none.
Rodgers made the motion to approve the unpaid and prepaid bills. Bennett seconded. Ayes-Jaeckel, Bennett, Holmes, Rupe and Rodgers. Nays-none.
Josh and Tierra Shields have the hospitality tent for Old Settlers and will be working on the licensing procedure this week.
The City clerk advised the Council that the sale of the library building is final. Documents have been signed and funds received. The lease agreement with Mike Thomas has been signed and the first payment made.
Jaeckel made the motion to have dust control applied on the street west of the Aquatic Center. Rupe seconded. Ayes-Jaeckel, Bennett, Holmes, Rupe and Rodgers. Nays-none.
The next regular meeting will be Wednesday, July 24th at 7:00 p.m.
|Golf Shed Rent Fund||receipts||300.00|
|Learn to Swim Fund||receipts||1,650.00|
|Road Use Tax Fund||receipts||16,589.19|
|Employee Benefits Fund||receipts||2,182.55|
|Local Option Sales Tax Fund||receipts||11,409.31|
|Debt Service Fund||receipts||3,640.25|
|Capital Project Fund-Streets||receipts||1,444.12|
|Water Operating Fund||receipts||30,429.82|
|Water Debt Service Fund||receipts||5,673.63|
|Water Deposit Fund||receipts||200.00|
|Sewer Sinking Fund||receipts||15,514.42|
|Rural Fire Protection Donation Fund||receipts||375.00|
|Swimming Pool Project Fund||receipts||2,000.00|
|Acco Unlimited Corp||Chemicals-Pool||1,358.00|
|City of Chariton||Landfill Closing Fees||170.00|
|City of Corydon||Water Bills||977.10|
|Corydon Veterinary Clinic||Dog||70.00|
|Ellis & Assoc., Jeff||Audit||725.00|
|Good Ol’ Days||Shirts for Pool||135.00|
|Gradient9||Domain & Hosting Renewal||148.04|
|Iowa Dept of Inspections||Food Service License-Pool||150.00|
|Iowa League of Cities||ECIC Mtg-Rodgers||12.00|
|Kohl Wholesale||Concessions/Park Supplies||1,048.91|
|LW Electric||Trouble Shoot Pool Slide||95.00|
|MasterCard||Pool-Supplies & Apparel||1,395.93|
|Midwest Sanitation & Recycling||Garbage & Recycling||11,870.74|
|Municipal Code Corporation||Code Pages-New Ordinances||225.00|
|Office Machines||Copier & Office Supplies||1,102.63|
|Prairie Trails Wellness Center||19/20 Membership||750.00|
|South Central Communications||Telephone||319.43|
|Tom’s Tree Service||4 Trees-Courtyard||2,500.00|
|Treasurer State of Iowa||State W H||104.00|
|WRD Solid Waste Commission||Qrtrly Allocation||3,987.50|
|Wayne County Newspapers||Publications||405.53|
|Wayne County Sheriff||Law Enforcement Payment||7,916.66|
|Net Payroll||June 7||4,376.64|
|Federal Deposit||June 7||514.57|
|Net Payroll||June 21||5,556.05|
|Federal Deposit||June 21||590.39|
|GOLF SHED RENT FUND:|
|Productivity Plus Account||Parts-Vetters||132.55|
|EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT FUND:|
|Iowa Dept of Transportation||Part of 4700 State Truck||3,500.00|
|ROAD USE TAX FUND:|
|Avesis||Optional Vision Insurance||10.64|
|Bruening Rock Products||Road Rock||3,524.20|
|CL Fabrication Inc||Land Leveler LL93||2,500.00|
|City of Corydon||Water Bill||70.00|
|Clayton Plumbing & Heating||Parts & Supplies||29.92|
|Coddington Inc||6” Stone Clean||1,473.84|
|Iowa Dept of Transportation||Part of 4700 State Truck||5,500.00|
|Lockridge Lumber||Supplies & Tools||1,122.45|
|Norris Asphalt Paving||Cold Patch||3,831.10|
|Productivity Plus||Parts & Supplies-Vetters||11.21|
|R J’s Automotive||Tire Repair||53.50|
|Rod’s Auto||Ames-Dump Truck||125.00|
|Treasurer State of Iowa||State W H||83.00|
|Net Payroll||June 7||1,238.43|
|Federal Deposit||June 7||254.42|
|Net Payroll||June 21||1,281.57|
|Federal Deposit||June 21||214.40|
|EMPLOYEE BENEFITS FUND:|
|GIS Benefits||Life Insurance||5.40|
|Wellmark||Pershy & Fry Premiums||1,885.25|
|Federal Deposit||June 7||514.58|
|Federal Deposit||June 21||591.69|
|LOCAL OPTION SALES TAX FUND:|
|TD Brown LLC||Cement crushing||2,795.00|
|Wayne County Treasurer||½ L.O.S.T.||5,704.65|
|DEBT SERVICE FUND:|
|Banker’s Trust||Pool GO Bond-Final||46,307.50|
|STREET CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT FUND:|
|Hall Engineering Company||Part of Engineering Fees||10,910.84|
|WATER OPERATING FUND:|
|Avesis||Optional Vision Insurance||18.62|
|GIS Benefits||Life Insurance||10.80|
|Holmes Tiling Inc||Water Leak Repairs||907.50|
|Ideal Ready Mix||Concrete-Repair Patches||494.00|
|Iowa Dept of Natural Resources||Annual Water Supply Permit||183.59|
|Iowa One Call||Locates||27.00|
|Keystone Laboratories Inc||Tests||38.00|
|Liquid Engineering||Water Tower Inspection||2,885.00|
|Lockridge Lumber||Supplies & Tools||10.37|
|Post Office||Postage-Water Bills||203.28|
|Rathbun Regional Water||Water||12,603.00|
|South Central Communications||Telephone||61.87|
|Treasurer State of Iowa||State W H||217.00|
|Net Payroll||June 7||2,144.40|
|Federal Deposit||June 7||647.86|
|Net Payroll||June 21||2,133.92|
|Federal Deposit||June 21||644.17|
|WATER DEBT SERVICE FUND:|
|Iowa Finance Authority||Water 04-Loan Payment||70,613.75|
|WATER DEPOSIT FUND:|
|Lowry, Tracy||Water Deposit Refund||65.70|
|Porter, Lora||Water Deposit Refund||65.70|
|Bunnell, Scott||Mowing-Lift Station||105.00|
|GIS Benefits||Life Insurance||5.40|
|Keystone Laboratories Inc||Tests||308.00|
|South Central Communications||Telephone||82.00|
|Treasurer State of Iowa||State W H||90.00|
|Treasurer State of Iowa||Sales Tax||729.00|
|Net Payroll||June 7||940.01|
|Federal Deposit||June 7||258.77|
|Net Payroll||June 21||920.43|
|Federal Deposit||June 21||251.84|
|SEWER SINKING FUND:|
|Iowa Finance Authority||Sewer 04-Loan Payment||39,082.50|
|Iowa Finance Authority||Sewer 10-Loan Payment||116,375.00|
|RURAL FIRE PROTECTION FUND:|
|Feld Fire Equipment||Gloves||1,243.07|
|Interstate All Battery Center||Batteries||246.86|
|MFA Oil Company||Fuel||229.43|
|RFP DONATION FUND:|
|Manchester Firemen’s Assn||20 Campsites-Convention||1,300.00|