8.05.19 – Council Meeting Minutes
AUGUST 5, 2019
The regular meeting of the Corydon City Council was called to order by Mayor Dennis Moorman. Present were Council Members Bennett, Holmes, Rupe and Rodgers. Council Member Jaeckel was absent. Others in attendance were Nancy Buss from Hall Engineering, Guest Council Member John Rider, Brandon Trower, Clerk trainee Cheryl Mastin, newspaper representatives and the City clerk.
Mayor Moorman introduced Clerk trainee Cheryl Mastin.
Guest Council Member John Rider was introduced to the Council.
Mayor Moorman called to order the Public Hearing regarding the plans, specifications, form of contract and estimated costs for the Sanitary Sewer System Rehabilitation 2019 Project. The clerk reported that City hall received neither oral nor written comments prior to the meeting. Holmes made the motion to close the public hearing. Rupe seconded. Ayes-Bennett, Holmes, Rupe and Rodgers. Nays-none.
Nancy Buss, Hall Engineering reported on the bids received for the Sewer Rehab Project and advised the Council to approve the low bid from Municipal Pipe Tool Co, LLC.
Holmes made the motion to approve Resolution 2019-30, a Resolution approving the low bid of $31,267.50 from Municipal Pipe Tool Co., LLC. Rupe seconded. Ayes-Bennett, Holmes, Rupe and Rodgers. Nays-none.
Rodgers made the motion to approve Resolution 2019-31, a Resolution approving the agreement with Faller, Kincheloe & Co., PLC to perform the audit for the 2018/2019 fiscal year. Bennett seconded. Ayes-Bennett, Holmes, Rupe and Rodgers. Nays-none.
Holmes made the motion to approve Resolution 2019-32, a Resolution clarifying the pay scale for the City crew employees for the first three years of employment. Rupe seconded. Ayes-Bennett, Holmes, Rupe and Rodgers. Nays-none.
Bennett made the motion to approve Resolution 2019-33, a Resolution authorizing the transfer of the 2015 police vehicle to the fire department. Rodgers seconded. Ayes-Bennett, Holmes, Rupe and Rodgers. Nays-none.
Holmes made the motion to table the request to remove two signs on the east side of the Jensen Tax building on N. Franklin Street pending discussion with business owners. Rodgers seconded. Ayes-Bennett, Holmes, Rupe and Rodgers. Nays-none.
The Council decided not to take action on the request from a resident to ban fireworks within the City at this time and to allow the usage dates as designation by the State of Iowa.
Bennett made the motion to decline membership to Chariton Valley Planning & Development Council for fiscal year 2020. Rupe seconded. Ayes-Bennett, Holmes, Rupe and Rodgers. Nays-none.
Rodgers made the motion to approve the renewal of liquor license for The Alley Cat. Rupe seconded. Ayes-Bennett, Holmes, Rupe and Rodgers. Nays-none.
Moorman presented information on an oiler distributor for the street department and costs. The Council discussed the possibility of working with other communities share costs of equipment and labor.
Moorman reported that there is a State grant available for street signage. He will be gathering a list of signs needed throughout town.
Moorman reported that he and the clerk are putting together a new plan for safety meetings.
The Council discussed possible funding and grants to help with the Elk pen and a proposed gazebo/picnic area.
Rupe made the motion to approve the July 31st minutes and the treasurer’s report as presented. Holmes seconded. Ayes-Bennett, Holmes, Rupe and Rodgers. Nays-none.
The minutes of the July 24th meeting were tabled until the August 21st meeting as there was not a quorum of Council members from that meeting present.
Bennett made the motion to allow the unpaid and prepaid bills. Rodgers seconded. Ayes-Bennett, Holmes, Bennett and Rodgers.
The next regular meeting will be Wednesday, August 21st, 2019 at 7:00 p.m.
|Golf Shed Rent Fund||receipts||150.00|
|Learn to Swim Fund||receipts||2,700.00|
|Road Use Tax Fund||receipts||16,361.54|
|Employee Benefits Fund||receipts||3,081.40|
|Local Option Sales Tax Fund||receipts||11,453.64|
|Debt Service Fund||receipts||4,392.36|
|Capital Project Fund-Streets||receipts||1,690.23|
|Water Operating Fund||receipts||41,271.32|
|Water Debt Service Fund||receipts||6,307.00|
|Water Deposit Fund||receipts||600.00|
|Sewer Sinking Fund||receipts||23,953.00|
|Rural Fire Protection Fund||receipts||2,644.56|
|Rural Fire Protection Donation Fund||receipts||600.00|
|Swimming Pool Project Fund||receipts||2,000.00|
|Acco Unlimited Corp||Chemicals||23.15|
|Atlantic Coca-Cola Bottling||Concessions||4.90|
|Avesis||Optional Vision Ins.||18.62|
|Chariton Regional Housing Trust||Annual Allocation||1,000.00|
|City of Chariton||Landfill Closing Fees||170.00|
|City of Corydon||Water Bills||1,154.00|
|Ellis & Associates Inc.||Audit||1,555.00|
|Keystone Laboratories||TTHM/HA Tests||20.00|
|LW Electric Service||Light Installation||125.00|
|MD Solutions International||Support Renewal||184.80|
|Mid-American Research Chemical||Ice Melt||65.68|
|Midwest Sanitation & Rec.||Garbage & Recycling||11,901.80|
|Municipal Code Corporation||Supplement Pages – Ord Books||762.10|
|Norris, Verle W.||Legal Services||1,520.00|
|Office Machines Co.||Supplies||527.91|
|Old Settlers Committee||Annual Allocation||500.00|
|Petty Cash||Replenish Petty Cash||44.06|
|Reed, Robert||Stone Repair||700.00|
|Roe, Jocelyn||Reimbursed Concessions||432.36|
|South Central Communications||Telephone||324.92|
|Thomas, Mike||Annual Lease Payment||9,128.00|
|Treasurer State of Iowa||State W H||185.00|
|United States Treasury||PCORI Fees||33.88|
|Vetter Equipment||Mower Less Trade In||5,000.00|
|Wayne Co. Independent||Publications||144.00|
|Wayne Co. Newspapers||Publications||288.80|
|Wayne Co. Sheriff||Law Enforcement||7,916.66|
|Wayne Co. Environmental Health||Pool & Slide Inspection||418.00|
|Net Payroll||July 5||6,483.73|
|Federal Deposit||July 5||762.03|
|Net Payroll||July 19||6,608.13|
|Federal Deposit||July 19||804.37|
|GOLF SHED RENT FUND:|
|ROAD USE TAX FUND:|
|Agriland FS Inc.||Fuel||1,263.03|
|Avesis||Optional Vision Ins.||10.64|
|B and D Corydon||Parts and Supplies||402.23|
|Bruening Rock Products||Road Rock||4,570.50|
|City of Corydon||Water Bills||70.00|
|Mid-American Research Chemical||Ice Melt||321.12|
|RJ’s Automotive LLC||Parts||151.54|
|Treasurer State of Iowa||State W H||92.00|
|Net Payroll||July 5||1,121.02|
|Federal Deposit||July 5||165.92|
|Net Payroll||July 19||1,386.47|
|Federal Deposit||July 19||216.36|
|LEARN TO SWIM FUND:|
|Alexander, Destiny||Learn to Swim Wages||70.42|
|Arnold, Hagan||Learn to Swim Wages||203.51|
|Bailey, Maddy||Learn to Swim Wages||213.67|
|Birkland, Emily||Learn to Swim Wages||276.41|
|Brown, Natalia||Learn to Swim Wages||282.70|
|Christian, Hannah||Learn to Swim Wages||207.26|
|Clark, Brynn||Learn to Swim Wages||156.71|
|Davis, Lanee||Learn to Swim Wages||161.79|
|Davis, Molly-Ray||Learn to Swim Wages||163.32|
|Davis, Taylor||Learn to Swim Wages||260.28|
|Fortune, Allie Jo||Learn to Swim Wages||82.80|
|Foster, Dallas||Learn to Swim Wages||280.79|
|Henely, Shanee||Learn to Swim Wages||156.01|
|Hoelting, Abi||Learn to Swim Wages||279.97|
|Ingram, Hallie||Learn to Swim Wages||181.67|
|Kiefer, Montana||Learn to Swim Wages||162.11|
|Knust, Karlee||Learn to Swim Wages||233.04|
|Knutson, Cortney||Learn to Swim Wages||177.99|
|Knutson, Morgan||Learn to Swim Wages||202.75|
|McCaslen, Tara||Learn to Swim Wages||191.64|
|Miller, Cadi||Learn to Swim Wages||259.52|
|Newton, Tana||Learn to Swim Wages||240.28|
|Nickell, Karryn||Learn to Swim Wages||186.56|
|Nickell, Kenna||Learn to Swim Wages||147.63|
|Nickell, Liz||Learn to Swim Wages||244.15|
|Perkins, Rayni||Learn to Swim Wages||266.31|
|Pollock, Max||Learn to Swim Wages||283.21|
|Pruiett, Ella||Learn to Swim Wages||240.41|
|Ramirez, Gabi||Learn to Swim Wages||241.61|
|Rew, Jasmine||Learn to Swim Wages||210.50|
|Runyon, Bailey||Learn to Swim Wages||282.13|
|Runyon, Payton||Learn to Swim Wages||268.28|
|Shuff, Espi||Learn to Swim Wages||210.05|
|Skinner, Shelby||Learn to Swim Wages||251.65|
|Southern, Joselynn||Learn to Swim Wages||72.07|
|Southern, Justice||Learn to Swim Wages||287.65|
|Swan, Gage||Learn to Swim Wages||243.26|
|Taylor, Hunter||Learn to Swim Wages||190.37|
|Wallace, Kiara||Learn to Swim Wages||179.07|
|Wik, Allison||Learn to Swim Wages||247.07|
|EMPLOYEE BENEFITS FUND:|
|GIS Benefits||Life Insurance||10.80|
|IMWCA||Work Comp Premium||10,881.00|
|Wellmark||Pershy & Fry Premiums||1,885.25|
|Federal Deposit||July 5||678.34|
|Federal Deposit||July 19||718.48|
|LOCAL OPTION SALES TAX FUND:|
|Wayne County Treasurer||½ L.O.S.T.||5,726.82|
|WATER OPERATING FUND:|
|Agriland FS Inc.||Fuel||268.22|
|Avesis||Optional Vision Insurance||10.64|
|GIS Benefits||Life Insurance||5.40|
|Holmes Tiling Inc.||Water Leak Repair||1,162.50|
|Ideal Ready Mix Co.||Concrete – Water Leak Repair||809.38|
|Iowa One Call||Locates||33.30|
|Keystone Laboratories Inc.||TTHM/HA Tests||368.00|
|Municipal Supply Inc.||Parts||662.00|
|Post Office||Postage-Water Bills||209.09|
|South Central Communications||Telephone||61.87|
|Treasurer State of Iowa||State W H||179.00|
|Treasurer State of Iowa||Sales Tax||2.00|
|Treasurer State of Iowa||Quarterly Water Excise Tax||5,265.00|
|Net Payroll||July 5||1,888.27|
|Federal Deposit||July 5||648.08|
|Net Payroll||July 19||1,749.14|
|Federal Deposit||July 19||595.53|
|WATER DEPOSIT FUND:|
|Krutsinger, Rider||Deposit Refund||3.40|
|Agriland FS Inc.||Fuel||268.23|
|GIS Benefits||Life Insurance||5.40|
|Iowa Dept. of Natural Resources||NPDES Annual Fee||210.00|
|Keystone Laboratories Inc.||TTHM/HA Tests||252.00|
|South Central Communications||Telephone||82.00|
|Treasurer State of Iowa||State W H||110.00|
|Treasurer State of Iowa||Sales Tax||692.00|
|Trower, Brandon||Reimbursed – Boots||192.50|
|Net Payroll||July 5||1,086.97|
|Federal Deposit||July 5||287.54|
|Net Payroll||July 19||1,084.33|
|Federal Deposit||July 19||286.70|
|RURAL FIRE PROTECTION FUND:|
|B and D Corydon||Parts and Supplies||12.89|
|Danko Emergency Equipment||Pump Testing||787.50|
|MFA Oil Company||Fuel||140.32|
|Trzpuc, Troy||Parts and Repairs 85 Pumper||179.35|
|RFP DONATION FUND:|
|Westyn Fisher Benefit||Auction-Donation||1,000.00|
|Wide Open BBQ||Benefit||350.00|