Waterloo, Iowa November 22, 2016
The Board of Supervisors of the County of Black Hawk, in the State of Iowa, met in regular adjourned meeting at the Courthouse in Waterloo, County Seat of said County, at nine o’clock (9:00) a.m., pursuant to law, to the rules of said Board, and to adjournment. The meeting was called to order and on roll call there were present: Linda Laylin, Chair; Tom Little, Frank Magsamen, John Miller and Craig White.
Absent: None.
Unless otherwise noted, all actions were approved unanimously.
Moved by Little, seconded by White that the AGENDA be received and place on file with the County Auditor as approved. Motion carried.
Magsamen moved the following resolution seconded by White.
BE IT HEREBY RESOLVED by the Board of Supervisors of Black Hawk County, that the Board of Supervisors APPROVE EXPENDITURES, and that the County Auditor be authorized and directed to ISSUE CHECKS, against the various settlement of such claims as allowed:
GENERAL BASIC FUND
BDI eq 489.35
BICKLEY, MARK svc 620.00
BLACKHAWK AUTOMATIC SPRINKLERS INC eq 669.29
BMC AGGREGATES supl 1,277.98
BRAVO PRINTING CO svc 200.00
CATHERINE SMITH svc 744.00
CBM MANAGED SVCS food 9,219.30
CDW GOVERNMENT INC eq 244.04
CHIEF supl 89.99
COTT SYSTEMS svc 3,175.00
DAN DEERY MOTOR CO INC
prts/lbr 1,954.94
DATA BUSINESS EQUIP INC supl 12.44
DUNCAN, TARA svc 560.00
EHRLICH , BETH svc 13.00
EQUIFAX INFO SVCS svc 20.00
FASTENAL CO supl 803.98
FIX TIRE CO eq 86.26
HERNANDEZ , JASON svc 420.00
INTERSTATE ALL BATTERY CTR
eq 14.80
JOHNSTONE SUPL supl 43.35
KEYSTONE LABS INC svc 12.00
MATT PARROTT/STOREY KENWORTHY eq 28,037.50
MEADOW RIDGE WLOO rent 325.00
MENARDS CF prts 593.07
MENARDS WLOO misc 10,027.56
MET TRANSIT AUTHORITY svc 150.00
NAPHCARE INC svc 98,957.52
NEOPOST USA INC supl 129.99
NORTHLAND PRODUCTS CO
supl 66.50
O’KEEFE ELEVATOR CO INC
maint 134.08
P&K MIDWEST eq 30.11
PHOTO PRO svc 225.33
RAY MOUNT WRECKER SVC svc 35.00
RITE PRICE OFFICE SUPL INC
supl 267.39
SHOFF, MEAGAN M svc 770.00
SLED SHED prts 455.92
US BANK misc 8,955.47
WLOO COMM SCHOOLS svc 90.50
WEBER PAPER CO supl 2,186.86
DABILLO , ROSE eq 24.97
SCHABEN, JOSHUA supl 64.99
SHELTON , KATHERINE reimb 9.70
VAN MEETEREN BRIAN reimb 125.00
ABC SUPPLY CO supl 208.52
BC CONSTRUCTION svc 425.00
BENTON BLDG CTR supl 52.42
BENTONS READY MIXED CONCRETE INC supl 105.00
BHC EXTENSION svc 175.00
BHC LANDFILL svc 88.82
BLACK HAWK RENTAL eq rent 953.50
BLACK HAWK WASTE DISPOSAL
svc 470.00
CAMPBELL SUPL WLOO supl 44.50
CF UTILITIES util 424.86
CENTURYLINK svc 221.99
CHICKASAW CO svc 49.00
CONFIRMDELIVERY INC educ 400.00
CONSOLIDATED ENERGY HARTLAND fuel 1,765.46
COOLEY PUMPING svc 175.00
COURIER publ 850.13
COVENANT MED CTR svc 416.00
COVINGTON PROPERTIES rent 287.50
CROSS DILLON TIRE eq 223.96
DATERS, DEBRA OR GARY rent 450.00
DEN HERDER VET HOSP svc 97.15
DONS TRUCK SALES INC eq 25.93
E CENTRAL IA COOP eq 490.65
FIVE SEASONS MOBILE HOME
rent 225.00
GALLAGHER BENEFIT SVCS INC
svc 10,500.00
HUDSON HARDWARE PLBG & HEATING eq rpr 109.50
HUMPHREY, BENJAMIN svc 900.00
IA DEPT OF AGRICULTURE & LAND STEWARDSHIP svc 30.00
IA DEPT OF JUSTICE svc 878.90
IA STATE SHERIFFS & DEPUTIES ASSOC educ 600.00
IA WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT
svc 175.00
JOHNSON CO svc 378.72
JOHNSON CO svc 86.64
KAY PARK-REC CORP eq 716.00
LA PORTE MOTOR SUPL INC supl 24.58
LARSON CONSTRUCTION CO, INC
svc 87,821.80
LEXISNEXIS MATTHEW BENDER
svc 449.85
LINN CO svc 1,666.67
LISTER CONCRETE PRODUCTS INC eq 117.00
LOWES HOME CTRS INC misc 31.13
LPC VETERINARY CLINIC svc 193.30
MARTINS FLAG CO INC supl 85.70
MCCARTER JOHN L svc 246.00
MCDONALD SUPL CO supl 100.07
MEDIACOM svc 75.90
MID AMERICAN ENERGY util 17,840.03
NAPA AUTO PARTS prts 198.97
NATIONAL TACTICAL OFFICERS
dues 150.00
NICHOLS RONALD L rent 362.50
ODONNELL ACE HDWR INC supl 13.68
OFFICEMAX INC supl 227.44
OREILLY AUTO STORE eq 330.23
PEDERSEN DOWIE CLABBY MCCAUSLAND INS svc 522.50
POLK CO SHERIFF svc 262.96
PRESERVE AT CROSSROADS
rent 325.00
ROE, JENNA svc 900.00
RUFFRIDGE DORIS rent 510.00
RUSSELL LAMSON LTD PARTNERSHIP rent 247.50
SADLER POWER TRAIN INC eq 188.36
SANOFI PASTEUR INC supl 2,162.88
SECURITAS SECURITY SVCS USA INC svc 3,792.68
STAPLES CREDIT PLAN supl 692.79
STAR REFRIGERATION CO INC
supl 397.85
STETSON BLDG PRODUCTS
supl 158.97
STRUXTURE ARCHITECTS
svc 1,273.17
TAMA CO SHERIFF svc 66.50
TEDS HOME AND HDWR eq 35.97
TERRACON CONSULTANTS INC
svc 843.75
TITAN MACHINERY INC svc 56.64
TRACTOR SUPL CO supl 9.98
URBS DO IT BEST HDWR eq 59.22
UTILITY EQUIP CO eq 376.00
VAN WYNGARDEN & ABRAHAMSON INC svc 662.20
WASTE MGMT OF WI-MN svc 2,442.16
CITY OF WATERLOO fuel 8,297.98
WATERLOO OIL CO fuel 4,187.59
WATERLOO SCREW MACHINE PRODUCTS INC eq 162.00
WLOO WATER WORKS wtr 150.00
WLOO WATER WORKS wtr 78.65
WERTJES UNIFORMS supl 13.00
WEST PAYMENT CTR svc 1,355.12
TURNER TAMARA M reimb 34.99
BECKER-MILNES FUNERAL HOMES svc 200.00
ROLLING THUNDER IOWA 1 supl 35.00
GENERAL SUPPLEMENTAL FUND JACKSON , NEIL F svc 3.51
US BANK misc 418.60
COLLUM , LESA A svc 13.65
DABILLO , ROSE svc 12.87
JENSSON , KYLE pct off 299.85
LAMB , LISA pct off 104.76
NIELSEN , ANN-MARIE svc 16.19
SCHNEBERGER, CORAL svc 5.85
ABEBE, RUBY pct off 191.09
ANDERKAY , GLENN pct off 303.36
ANDERSON DEBRA A pct off 173.17
ARMSTRONG, JOYCE E pct off 202.72
ATKINS , LORAINE E pct off 179.02
BAGNALL, PAT pct off 172.11
BAILEY, KEVIN pct off 169.24
BAILEY, ROSEMARY pct off 201.32
BAILEY, WHITNEY pct off 177.34
BARTELS, CAROL pct off 178.15
BAYER, G MICHAEL pct off 302.99
BECKER , PAT pct off 173.61
BECKER , RITA pct off 194.17
BENSON , JANICE pct off 206.00
BENTLEY , OLGA R pct off 272.09
BEST , DAWN pct off 278.28
BETTS VIVIAN P pct off 276.50
BLAND, LINDA pct off 166.51
BLOOMQUIST, DEBRA pct off 173.95
BOATMAN , REX R pct off 170.80
BOHACH , GARY pct off 151.41
BOSLEY HELEN pct off 229.79
BOWSER, PATTY L pct off 187.60
BRIMM, KRISTINE pct off 202.88
BRINER , MARILYN K pct off 196.39
BRISKER, DENISE pct off 178.06
BROWN, GERALDINE pct off 158.68
BROWN , PATRICIA pct off 191.18
BROWNE, SALLY pct off 219.79
BRUMM, DARRYL pct off 272.13
BRUNS, ROSELYN pct off 210.80
BUCHHOLZ , LARRY pct off 265.80
BUESCHER, MELVIN pct off 296.34
BULLERMAN , MARGARET
pct off 322.16
BURFEIND , JUDITH pct off 300.24
BURGER, THOMAS pct off 144.18
BURTON , DONNA J pct off 190.97
BUTLER, LINDA pct off 172.00
CARTER, MARCI pct off 197.99
COATS , ALICE pct off 168.55
CODY, WILLIE pct off 173.92
COLLINS , VERA pct off 276.41
CURRAN, JENNA pct off 55.37
DARST, JANELLE pct off 264.24
DATERS, DEBRA pct off 223.55
DEAN, SUSAN pct off 189.11
DEBORD, GEORGE pct off 214.40
DEKOSTER, MARILYN pct off 207.38
DELAGARDELLE, EILEEN K
pct off 203.80
DELAGARDELLE, SHIRLEY
pct off 147.12
DEMARIS , LARRY D pct off 319.32
DEMMER, JANE pct off 214.19
DENKINGER, MARIAN pct off 175.30
DENNIE , PRISCILLA pct off 167.29
DETTMER , KIM pct off 22.12
DIEHL , ALICE pct off 209.72
DOLAN , JAMES pct off 182.74
DOLAN , JEANETTE pct off 176.50
DOTZLER, REBECCA S pct off 235.16
DOWNS, PATTI pct off 184.27
DRAPE , KIRK D pct off 160.59
DRURY, MARILYN J pct off 306.35
DUDLEY, BRENDA pct off 181.33
DUNBAR, BRIDGET A pct off 172.27
DUNBAR, SARA pct off 193.06
EDELNANT, JAY pct off 210.50
EDELNANT, VICKI pct off 210.50
EDLER , MARTHA pct off 169.24
EHMEN , JAMES pct off 259.60
ENGELKES , CLOIS pct off 196.82
ENGSTROM TIMOTHY pct off 209.72
ERNSTER , LINDA pct off 176.26
FAYE , PATRICIA A pct off 164.17
FINGER , CAROL pct off 262.68
FINGEROOS, NANCY pct off 205.22
FINGEROOS, RICHARD pct off 205.22
FLORY, DENISE M pct off 199.97
FOLCHERT , BECKY pct off 258.63
FOLKERS , DELORES M pct off 252.20
FRIEDLY, TRUDIE pct off 194.09
FROST, WAYNE pct off 177.73
GALER, SANDRA pct off 206.30
GANSEN, PHILLIP A pct off 199.94
GARDNER , CHERYL pct off 261.03
GEISLER, MARIA pct off 188.63
GEORGE , MIKE pct off 210.22
GILBERT , WILMA RITA pct off 185.65
GLEASON , JULIE pct off 205.36
GLESSNER, BARBARA pct off 192.14
GOERING , GLORIA pct off 167.77
GOINGS , RACHAEL pct off 166.51
GOMEZ, GLORIA pct off 175.65
GREEN , DEBRA J pct off 177.34
GREEN, NICHOLAS pct off 167.68
GRIMES , GEOFFREY pct off 177.64
GRIMES , VICKI pct off 278.89
GRONINGA, KIMBERLY pct off 191.18
GRUSHA , MELODY pct off 179.80
GRUSHA JR, NICHOLAS pct off 259.60
GUETZLAFF , DEBRA pct off 273.61
GUETZLAFF, JENNIFER pct off 43.07
GUTHRIE-LOVELL , DORIS
pct off 326.46
HAGEMAN, JERRY pct off 163.87
HAHN , KAREN F pct off 170.80
HALL, MILANYA pct off 195.57
HANSEN , JANE pct off 188.56
HANSON , JEAN pct off 200.08
HARTMAN , CINDI pct off 322.17
HAUGEN , DONALD pct off 274.46
HAYES, DENNIS pct off 187.60
HEIDT-JOHNSON, LORI pct off 199.55
HENNING, MICHAEL pct off 206.69
HENRY, JUDITH pct off 164.74
HIGBY, PATRICIA pct off 226.10
HILL , SHIRLEY M pct off 324.07
HOBSON, CONNIE pct off 145.95
HOBSON , MATTHEW pct off 150.15
HOCHREITER , LANA pct off 197.42
HOEPPNER , PATRICIA pct off 167.68
HOLT , GREG pct off 284.47
HONAKER , MARLENE pct off 189.34
HOOVER, DEAN pct off 202.10
HOOVER, JANICE pct off 202.10
HOPPE , NANCY pct off 271.31
HOSKINS , PATRICIA pct off 261.82
HOWARD, BILL pct off 173.53
HOWARD, NANCY pct off 173.53
HUNDLEY, WILLIAM pct off 172.96
ISEMINGER , SHERRY pct off 208.73
JACKSON , PARTICIA ANN
pct off 249.75
JARDON AMY pct off 298.20
JENSEN, MARY pct off 193.63
JESSEN , MARGARET pct off 198.20
JOHNSTON, DON pct off 190.19
JONES , KATHRYN pct off 262.39
JUHL , MARY pct off 172.36
JUNGWEBER GUDRUN pct off 186.73
KALLENBACH, CAROL A pct off 230.25
KALLENBACH, ROMAINE pct off 245.85
KAMP, BETH pct off 200.06
KEATING , ELAINE pct off 68.51
KEHOE , RITA pct off 271.64
KEVE, ANITA pct off 196.91
KING TRENNA C pct off 258.12
KIRBY, BEV pct off 202.19
KISINGER, PATRICIA pct off 218.09
KISLING, KATHRYN S pct off 162.54
KOFOED, LINDA KAY pct off 211.69
KRATOSKA, JERRY pct off 173.56
KRESS, AGNES pct off 258.79
KROESE, MARTHA pct off 200.82
LAIR, SARA pct off 201.05
LANIGAN MARGARET A pct off 195.65
LAVELLE, KAREN S pct off 299.47
LAWLESS, DIANNE pct off 160.08
LAWLESS, KRISTI pct off 250.89
LAWLESS, WILLIAM J pct off 18.15
LAWRY, SANDRA L pct off 221.63
LAYTON, SETH pct off 165.13
LEMMON , KAY E pct off 190.49
LESKUN, NANCY pct off 214.19
LEWIS KIM E pct off 197.95
LILLESKOV , NADINE A pct off 195.65
LINDA , KATHERINE A pct off 235.73
LINDGREN, JEREMEY pct off 147.90
LORENZ, MICALEA pct off 164.56
LOUGHREN , SHEILA pct off 204.76
LOVELL , LYNN RALPH pct off 295.49
LYNCH, MARJORIE pct off 188.24
MARTIN, JERRY pct off 265.37
MARTINEZ, WANDA pct off 192.92
MATTSON , JOAN pct off 257.61
MCBRIDE, GAY pct off 167.29
MCCLAIN , GREG pct off 172.29
MCCLAIN , NANCY pct off 286.12
MCCOLLOUGH , GAIL E pct off 172.36
MCCULLOUGH, MAX pct off 266.19
MCDERMOTT, DONNA M pct off 155.95
MCELROY, MARY pct off 257.61
MCFARLAND, KATHLEEN pct off 193.82
MCROBERTS, MICHAEL pct off 226.47
MEGGISON , SHARON pct off 204.83
MEGIVERN , PEGGY pct off 179.62
MELICHAR , HELEN J pct off 171.57
MEYER , DORIS D pct off 195.38
MICHAEL , CYNTHIA pct off 197.42
MIKESKA , JUDITH pct off 217.91
MILLER, KATHY pct off 242.30
MILLER, ORVILLE pct off 149.46
MITCHELL, DORIS A pct off 213.23
MOSLEY, DAREE pct off 176.26
MOSLEY, RUTH pct off 180.22
MUMM, DEBORAH pct off 231.75
MYERS, EILEEN pct off 170.62
MYERS, KATHLEEN pct off 195.86
NEEDELMAN, PRISCILLA A
pct off 207.95
NEELY, CONNIE J pct off 221.26
NEIBAUER, JEAN pct off 193.43
NELSON , MARY K pct off 167.68
NELSON , WILLIAM D pct off 184.27
NEWTON, CECILIA pct off 18.62
NEWTON, DEBRA pct off 221.78
NGUYEN , HIEN pct off 23.68
NICHOLS, MARY E pct off 158.28
NICHOLS, MARY O pct off 24.46
NICHOLS, PAMELA J pct off 200.35
NICHOLS, ROBERTA L pct off 263.15
NICHOLSON, CAROL pct off 188.47
NICHOLSON, TAMMY pct off 238.82
NICKEL, SHARON pct off 245.11
NIELSON, JOAN pct off 261.25
NOLTENSMEIER, GAIL pct off 466.83
NORRIS, KATHLEEN pct off 334.33
NORRIS, PHILIP E svc 101.25
OBREGON, SUSAN pct off 187.85
OESTERLE, CHRISTINE pct off 299.54
OPPMAN, JILL pct off 320.68
OPPMAN, TANNER pct off 186.50
OVE, JO ANNE pct off 185.90
OWCZAREK , ESTHER M pct off 207.77
PAGEL, SUSAN pct off 185.05
PARIZEK, BARBARA pct off 22.12
PATCHIN , SHIRLEY MAE pct off 194.30
PECHACEK, PAUL pct off 194.39
PEDERSEN DOWIE CLABBY MCCAUSLAND INS ins 5,446.42
PINT, DARLENE pct off 238.76
PIXLER, VIRGIL pct off 200.24
PLUM, LISA pct off 187.09
POLLOCK , CINDY pct off 179.02
POTTER, LEE pct off 204.62
PRAIL , ELAINE M pct off 210.29
PRICE, SUSAN pct off 251.35
PRITCHETT , KATHY pct off 263.50
RAVN, DOROTHY SUE pct off 182.00
RAVN, LARRY W pct off 199.94
REAGAN, CAROL pct off 194.32
REAGAN, NICOLETTA pct off 194.32
REINHARDT, LAVONNE pct off 191.71
REITER, TERRY pct off 180.55
REKERS, MARY pct off 299.80
REWOLDT, TONI pct off 210.11
RICHARDSON, MARGO pct off 175.69
RILEY, EVELYN pct off 190.58
RITCHIE, FRED pct off 284.58
RITCHIE, MARGARET F pct off 430.40
ROBB, CLEOLA pct off 225.23
ROBB, PATRICIA pct off 144.00
ROBINSON, BRIAN pct off 186.64
ROBINSON , CAROL A pct off 287.42
ROBINSON , HEATHER pct off 156.42
ROLLAND, REBECCA pct off 224.81
ROWELL, JUANITA pct off 214.81
RUDEN, RICHARD pct off 186.82
RUSSELL, AMY pct off 189.02
RUSTAD, BEVERLY pct off 166.60
SALKELD, VIRGINIA pct off 206.32
SALLEE, KATHLEEN pct off 16.59
SCHLICHER, MARY pct off 190.42
SCHMIDT, SHIRLEY pct off 167.29
SCHMITZ, JUDY pct off 209.42
SCHMITZ, JEROME J pct off 268.09
SCHMITZ, PATRICIA J pct off 187.96
SCHONS, JOANN pct off 182.18
SCHONS, WESLEY pct off 160.84
SCHROEDER, MARSHA pct off 172.57
SEARS, GLEN pct off 3.51
SHARP-LINDQUIST, BARB pct off 235.86
SHEA, JANE pct off 188.63
SHEPHARD, ANGELA pct off 214.91
SHIMPACH VIRGINIA pct off 211.67
SHOLES, JESSICA pct off 193.45
SHOLES, TAYLOR pct off 193.45
SIMMER, WILLIAM pct off 263.85
SIMMER CELIA pct off 188.95
SINNOTT, WILLIAM pct off 207.95
SMITH, DIXIE pct off 195.56
SMITH, SYNDI pct off 168.55
SMITH PATRICIA pct off 179.20
SONKSEN FAITH pct off 208.25
SORENSEN, MARGARET pct off 169.45
SORGE PATTI pct off 410.96
SPAKE DAVID L pct off 224.15
SPENCE BETTY pct off 166.12
STAFFORD, BEVERLY pct off 210.98
STAHL, TAMIE pct off 301.37
STEFFEN MARGARET A pct off 181.54
STEIMEL LENORA C pct off 185.47
STEVENSON, CAROLYN pct off 241.71
STEVENSON ANNIE PEARL
pct off 169.24
STEVENSON BONNIE pct off 191.50
STEWART, JAMES pct off 202.28
STOCK DONNA LEE pct off 175.90
STOKES SALENE pct off 170.02
STORY MARALENE pct off 15.03
STRACK DAVID C pct off 300.13
STUDEBAKER, JOSHUA pct off 182.92
SULENTIC , WILLIAM pct off 211.67
SUTTON, ELIZABETH pct off 192.14
TAYLOR, LLOYD pct off 174.61
TAYLOR, THOMAS J pct off 168.07
TAYLOR, JANET pct off 197.47
TEGTMEIER, ALINE J pct off 340.90
THOMAS, REBECCA K pct off 276.11
THORNTON, MARILYN K pct off 182.96
TISDALE, ANTHONY pct off 189.50
TISDALE, MAXINE pct off 291.23
TOLBERT, GAILE M pct off 198.98
TORSRUD, DONNA M pct off 242.10
TRUAX, MARCIA pct off 191.66
TUCKER, JOHN D pct off 287.24
VAN GENT, JENNIFER pct off 192.85
VANGERPEN, JOANNA pct off 188.63
VEACH, JOYCE ANITA pct off 220.43
VOIGTS, DAVID pct off 226.19
VOLLENWEIDER, TOM pct off 191.56
VOSS, MARK pct off 176.50
VOSS, SANDRA pct off 195.22
WALKER, SHARON pct off 166.51
WALKER PATRICIA L pct off 300.98
WALKER RUTH pct off 166.83
WALLACE, SHERYL pct off 181.54
WALTERS, LOLA pct off 297.46
WASENIUS, JUDY pct off 197.63
WEIDMAN JOANN pct off 167.68
WELCHER, DANIEL pct off 234.66
WELCHER, DANIELLE pct off 144.87
WESTENDORF, PATRICIA pct off 166.60
WICKERSHAM, TOM pct off 196.25
WIGHTMAN, NORMA pct off 208.96
WILKES, ELEANOR K pct off 157.98
WINGERT, SHARON pct off 188.17
WITT, RICHARD pct off 202.72
WITT, JANET L pct off 205.06
WITZEL, BARBARA pct off 317.38
WOLF, MARIA E pct off 194.41
WOOD, RYAN pct off 14.25
WOOD BEVERLY pct off 172.75
YORDANOFF, DONNA pct off 172.36
YORK, CAROL pct off 208.73
YOUNG, LAURINDA K pct off 196.25
ZAHN, VIRGINIA pct off 176.26
ZEIEN, MARVEL M pct off 199.09
MATHEWS, LINDA svc 327.80
SECONDARY ROADS FUND
AIRGAS NORTH CENTRAL fuel 199.78
ANTON SALES eq 130.03
BMC AGGREGATES supl 7,729.19
CDW GOVERNMENT INC eq 132.66
E CENTRAL IA RURAL ELEC util 123.75
G&K SERVICES svc 28.70
KWIK TRIP INC fuel 267.12
MENARDS CF eq 52.05
US BANK misc 385.58
CAMPBELL SUPL WLOO supl 71.66
CF UTILITIES util 21.09
CEDAR RIVER MILLING CO supl 105.00
CENTURYLINK svc 100.81
CINTAS FIRST AID & SAFETY
supl 216.84
CONSOLIDATED ENERGY HARTLAND fuel 2,304.22
DONS TRUCK SALES INC eq 1,798.97
GRACIOUS FOODS fuel 602.76
HUDSON HDWR PLBG & HEATING
eq 349.02
IA DEPT OF TRANS svc 7,244.12
KLUESNER CONSTRUCTION
svc 55,083.00
KWIK TRIP INC fuel 11,042.08
MID AMERICAN ENERGY util 1,281.07
MIKE FEREDAY HEATING & AIR CONDITIONING eq rpr 1,032.00
NAPA AUTO PARTS prts 472.68
OREILLY AUTO STORES eq 206.78
PAUL NIEMANN CONSTRUCTION
supl 13,316.18
RADIO COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS eq rpr 239.26
SAM ANNIS & CO fuel 293.57
STOKES WELDING eq 72.00
UNITY POINT – ALLEN HOSP
svc 2,127.20
CITY OF WATERLOO fuel 691.86
WEBER CONSTRUCTION
eq rent 895.00
RESOURCE/ENHANCE/PROTECT FUND MENARDS CF misc 525.59
MENARDS WLOO misc 517.84
HOME DEPOT CREDIT SVCS
supl 182.03
SNYDER & ASSOCIATES svc 193.50
JAIL COMMISSARY FUND
KEEFE SUPL CO food 1,752.80
MCKEE FOODS food 30.58
US BANK misc 940.00
EMA RADIO SYSTEM-CAP FUND MURPHY TOWER SVC svc 153,300.10
PEDERSEN DOWIE CLABBY MCCAUSLAND INS ins 4,897.95
RURAL WATER FUND
WLOO WATER WORKS svc 121.33
RURAL SEWER FUND
URBAN SVCS svc 1,045.00
WLOO WATER WORKS svc 3.50
INSURANCE TRUST FUND PREFERRED ONE INS CO
ins 173,283.21
NAVITUS HEALTH SOLUTIONS
ins 3,572.80
NAVITUS HEALTH SOLUTIONS
ins 24,458.32
SELF-INSURED/LIAB, PROP ETC PETERS GARRETT reimb 1,970.20
SHIMP JEFFREY reimb 1,203.70
E911 SERVICE COMMISSION FUND CENTURYLINK tel 1,639.82
EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT FUND MEDIACOM svc 135.90
US CELLULAR svc 164.39
CENTURYLINK svc 74.00
COUNTY ASSESSOR FUND
RITE PRICE OFFICE SUPL INC
supl 541.84
WELLMARK ins 8,972.45
MARCO INC maint 163.28
CITY OF WATERLOO fuel 142.36
AYES: Little, Magsamen, Miller, White, Laylin.
NAYS: None.
Resolution adopted.
White moved the following resolution seconded by Miller.
BE IT HEREBY RESOLVED by the Board of Supervisors of Black Hawk County, that the Board of Supervisors APPROVE EXPENDITURES, and that Country View Care Facility be authorized and directed to ISSUE CHECKS, against the various settlements of such claims as allowed:
COUNTRY VIEW ENTERPRISE FUND
ACCESS SYSTEMS svc 115.00
ACCESSIBLE MEDICAL IA
svc 13,405.75
ALLEN OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH SVCS svc 229.00
ANDERSON ERICKSON DAIRY
food 884.60
BCG DATA SVCS svc 6,952.72
CBS STAFFING svc 1,052.00
CITY OF WATERLOO util/fuel 2,456.03
CONTINENTAL RESEARCH CORP
supl 785.61
DOORS INC bldg imp 12,494.00
EARTHGRAINS BAKING CO
food 227.92
HALVORSON TRANE INC
bldg rpr 1,741.88
HD SUPPLY FACILITIES MAINT LTD supl 1,697.69
MARTIN BROS food/supl 10,632.83
MARTIN HEALTH SVCS rx/supl 8,080.73
MENARDS CF supl 289.17
MENARDS WLOO supl 49.09
NETWORK SVCS CO supl 2,120.55
P&K MIDWEST eq rpr 975.08
PATTERSON MEDICAL food 394.84
PITNEY BOWES post 258.24
STANLEY HEALTHCARE eq rpr 1,423.69
STAPLES ADVANTAGE supl 467.17
STOREY KENWORTHY supl 189.75
US BANK food/supl 2,538.28
WLOO COMM SCHOOL DIST svc 144.36
AYES: Little, Magsamen, Miller, White, Laylin.
NAYS: None.
Resolution adopted.
RECEIVE PROJECT UPDATES FROM DEPARTMENT HEADS/ELECTED OFFICIALS. County Engineer Cathy Nicholas said snow plows are ready for winter weather, and that several fire districts have been surveyed to determine the need for E911 signage.
Maintenance Superintendent Rory Geving said his snow removal equipment is ready too. He has taken possession of the Bobcat utility vehicle budgeted for this year, and it can employ a brush, a snowblower and a blade.
Moved by Little, seconded by White that the MINUTES of the Board Meeting held November 15, 2016 be and are hereby approved as submitted. Motion carried.
CONSENT AGENDA
White moved the following RESOLUTION seconded by Miller.
A. TO APPROVE, RECEIVE, PLACE ON FILE WITH THE COUNTY AUDITOR
1. The Board of Supervisors APPROVE INTERGOVERNMENTAL JOURNAL ENTRIES, and that the County Auditor be authorized and directed to TRANSFER monies within the various funds as submitted.
Transfer from Fund Amount Transfer to Fund Amount
EMERGENCY MGMT 65,922.00 GENERAL BASIC 65,922.00
EMERGENCY MGMT 30,259.00 GENERAL SUPPLEMENTAL 30,259.00
2. The PAYROLL ADJUSTMENTS submitted by the various departments and the County Auditor be authorized and directed to adjust his records accordingly.
DEPT., NAME, TITLE TO EFFECTIVE DATE ACTION
SHERIFF, Tony Thompson
Bass, Ashley A., Master Control Tech $17.66 11/7/2016 Status Change
Epps, Felisha D., Booking Clerk $17.66 11/6/2016 Shift Change
Lynn, Richard A., Master Control Tech $17.66 10/26/2016 Termination
McFerran, Erick A., Deputy Sheriff $20.40 10/27/2016 Termination
Nelson, Nicole A., Master Control Tech $17.66 11/14/2016 New Hire
Wiersma, Scott J., Detention Officer $17.66 11/6/2016 Shift Change
TREASURER, Rita Schmidt
Hohenberger, Ryan R., Office Specialist $15.01 11/7/2016 New Hire
CONSOLIDATED COMMUNICATIONS, Judy Flores­
Schmoll, Sally L., Civilian Dispatcher $19.58 11/6/2016 Step
COUNTRY VIEW, Dennis Coleman
Bandilla, Erika M., Behavioral Support Sp $22.40 11/10/2016 Probation Ends
Mrzlak, Jessica M., Cook $14.06 11/4/2016 Termination
Williams, Paris N., Nursing Assistant $13.27 11/8/2016 New Hire
ENGINEER, Cathy Nicholas
Homewood, Zachary T., Labor/Equip Op IIIA $23.17 11/6/2016 Step ELECTIONS, Karen Showalter
Showalter, Karen N., Elections Manager $31.00 11/16/2016 Probation Ends
B. TO RECEIVE AND PLACE ON FILE WITH THE COUNTY AUDITOR
1. The SALE OF EQUIPMENT from the Engineer’s Office for the following equipment: sign cutter (asset #2948).
AYES: Little, Magsamen, Miller, White, Laylin.
NAYS: None. Resolution adopted.
CONSENT AGENDA ENDS
White moved the following resolution seconded by Magsamen.
BE IT HEREBY RESOLVED that the FEDERAL AID AGREEMENT between Black Hawk County and the Iowa Department of Transportation (IDOT Agreement No. 2-16-STPS-032) for a Surface Transportation Project STP-S-C007(143)–5E-07 on County Road D38 (Poyner Road) from 5th Street in Gilbertville to County Road V51 be approved and direct the Chair to sign for same as recommended by Catherine Nicholas, County Engineer.
AYES: Little, Magsamen, Miller, White, Laylin.
NAYS: None. Resolution adopted.
Moved by Little, seconded by White that the TRAVEL REQUEST submitted by Audra Heineman, Human Resources Director, be approved and direct the Chair to sign for same: up to $142.08 for Debi Bunger to attend the Iowa Public Employer Relations Association (IaPERLA) Winter Conference in Newton, Iowa on December 2, 2016. Motion carried.
Moved by Magsamen, seconded by White that the HOLIDAY SCHEDULE for Black Hawk County offices for 2017 be approved as follows: New Year’s Day-January 2, 2017, Martin Luther King, Jr. Day-January 16, 2017 (Units 1, 4, 6, 8 and Non-Bargaining), Presidents Day-February 20, 2017 (units 2, 3, 5 and 12), Good Friday-April 14, 2017 (Unit 7 only), Memorial Day-May 29, 2017, Independence Day-July 4, 2017, Labor Day-September 4, 2017, Veterans’ Day-November 10, 2017 (Excludes Unit 7), Thanksgiving Day-November 23, 2017, Day After Thanksgiving-November 24, 2017, Christmas Observance-December 25, 2017 and Floating Christmas Holiday-December 26, 2017. Motion carried.
Miller moved the following resolution seconded by Magsamen.
BE IT HEREBY RESOLVED that the SUSPENSION requested by Rebecca L. Caughron on taxes owed for 2016/2017 installments in the amount of $1,364 for Parcel #8913-28-403-035 be approved pursuant to §427.8 of the Code of Iowa and the Treasurer be authorized and directed to adjust her records accordingly.
Little asked if this was a new or renewal request. County Treasurer Rita Schmidt said it was a renewal.
AYES: Little, Magsamen, Miller, White, Laylin.
NAYS: None. Resolution adopted.
Miller moved the following resolution seconded by Magsamen.
WHEREAS, §427.9 of the Code of Iowa states that recipients of federal supplementary security income of state supplementary assistance, and/or residents of health care facilities receiving payments from the Department of Human Services for the recipient’s care, are eligible for suspension of taxes, now therefore
BE IT HEREBY RESOLVED that the taxes due and payable of the following persons, as indicated, including special assessments, and rates or charges, including interest, fees, and costs, in accordance with the provisions of §427.9 of the Code of Iowa, be and is hereby suspended:
BE IT HEREBY RESOLVED that the TAXES DUE AND PAYABLE of the submitted persons, as indicated, including special assessments, and rates or charges, including interest, fees and cost, in accordance with the provision of §427.9 of the Code of Iowa, be suspended and that future property taxes on property owned by the persons will be suspended for such time as the persons remains the owner of the parcels, and during the period the persons receives assistance as described in §427.9 of the Code of Iowa.
AYES: Little, Magsamen, Miller, White, Laylin.
NAYS: None. Resolution adopted.
Moved by Little, seconded by White to AUTHORIZE AND DIRECT the Finance Director to set the date of hearing to be held at 9:05 a.m. on December 20, 2016 in board Room 201 of the Black Hawk County Courthouse, Waterloo, Iowa on the proposed FY17 Budget Amendment. Motion carried.
Moved by Magsamen, seconded by Miller to approve AMENDMENTS to the Black Hawk County Deferred Compensation Plan as proposed by the Deferred Compensation Committee. County Auditor Grant Veeder said that the changes allow monthly rather than quarterly plan enrollment and amendment, which will especially benefit employees whose bargaining agreements allow them to put sick leave payouts in a deferred comp plan at retirement. It will also allow new employees to enroll immediately rather than after their six-month probationary period. Motion carried.
Moved by Miller, seconded by Magsamen to direct the County Auditor to advertise for a public hearing to be held at 9:07 a.m. on Tuesday, December 6, 2016 in Board Room 201 of the Black Hawk County Courthouse, 316 E. 5th Street, Waterloo, Iowa on the proposed Ordinance No. 77-180 on the request submitted by Ken Even to rezone 1.51 acres from “A” Agricultural District to “A-R” Agricultural-Residential District, to allow for the construction of one single-family dwelling. The property is located just to the east of 3332 Gilbertville Road (legally described as: That part of Government Lot 4 in the Southeast Quarter of the Southeast Quarter of Section 9, Township 88 North, Range 12 West of the 5th P.M., Black Hawk County, Iowa, described as follows: Commencing at the Southwest corner of the Southeast Quarter of the Southeast Quarter of said Section 9; thence N 0°01’36” E 429.38 feet along the west line of said Southeast Quarter of the Southeast Quarter to the Northwest corner of Parcel B as shown on the plat of survey recorded as Doc. 2004-030432; thence N89°59’18” E 235.00 along the North line of said Parcel B to the point of beginning; hence continuing N 89°59’18” E 189.09 feet to the Northeast corner of said Parcel B; thence S 34°31’03” E 77.54 feet; thence S 13°01’37” E 44.27 feet; thence S 38°26’07” E 26.10 feet; thence S 61°32’35” E 31.03 feet; thence S 25°06’27” W 152.75 feet; thence S 89°51’46” W 121.10 feet; thence N 67°57’34” W 108.69 feet; thence N 0°01’36” E 240.03 feet to the point of beginning, containing 1.51 acres.). Motion carried.
At Nine-twelve o’clock (9:12) a.m., a public hearing was held as provided by law in the Board Room 201 of the Black Hawk County Courthouse, Waterloo, Iowa at which time all interested persons could appear to file objections on the request submitted by Paul and Betty Jean Borgwardt to rezone 4.83 acres from to “A” Agricultural District to “A-R” Agricultural Residential District, to allow for the construction of three single-family dwellings. The property is located just to the North of 4534 Gilbertville Road and legally described as: That part of the Northwest Quarter (NW1/4) of Section Fifteen (15), Township Eighty-eight North (T88N), Range Twelve West (R12W), Fifth Principal Meridian, Black Hawk County, Iowa, described as follows: Commencing at the North Quarter corner of aforesaid Section Fifteen (15); thence S01°55’30”E One Thousand Seven (1007.00) feet along the East line of aforesaid Northwest Quarter (NW1/4) to a found 1/2” iron pin on the North line of the South Ten (10) acres of Government Lot No. Three (3) of aforesaid Northwest Quarter (NW1/4); thence S88°32’46”W Six Hundred Seventy-nine and Sixty-five Hundredths (679.65) feet along said North line to the Southeast corner of Tract described in Document No. 2005-26915 in the Black Hawk County Recorder’s Office which is also on the Westerly right-of-way line of Gilbertville Road as per Supervisor’s Book U, Page 394 in the Black Hawk County Auditor’s Office and to the Point of Beginning; thence S08°06’11”W Nine Hundred Thirty-one and Twenty-nine Hundredths (931.29) feet along said Westerly right-of-way line; thence S88°29’47”W Two Hundred Forty-four and Forty Hundredths (244.40) feet; thence N15°32’48”E Three Hundred Sixteen and Twenty-six Hundredths (316.26) feet; thence N08°06’11”E One Hundred Sixty-one and Seventy-four Hundredths (161.74) feet; thence N01°32’30”W Four Hundred Fifty-six and Sixty-four Hundredths (456.64) feet to the Southeast corner of said Parcel “G”, which is also the Southwest corner of aforesaid Tract; thence N88°32’46”E Two Hundred Eighty and Forty Hundredths (280.40) feet along the South line of said Tract to the Point of Beginning containing 4.83 acres.
The Board of Supervisors examined proof of publication of notice and determined that the notice had been published on November 14, 2016 in the Courier in accordance with the requirements of the Code of Iowa.
Moved by White, seconded by Little to receive and place on file proof of publication of notice of public hearing. Motion carried.
Moved by Little, seconded by White to waive the first reading. Motion carried.
Seth Hyberger of Planning and Zoning said part of the property is in the 150-year flood zone, and the land has a low Land Evaluation and Site Assessment (LESA) score of 90. Little asked why there were two votes to deny the request on the Planning and Zoning Commission. Hyberger said that it was due to part of the land being in the flood plain. White asked if the property had flooded in the past. Paul Borgwardt said that his property is higher than his neighbor, and if his neighbor’s property floods, all of Evansdale will be under water, according to his neighbor. Miller asked if Borgwardt applied to FEMA for a Letter of Map Amendment (LOMA) in order to get flood insurance. Tim Andera of Planning and Zoning said that a map amendment wasn’t necessary because the area to be built on is not in the flood plain.
Moved by White, seconded by Miller to close the hearing and oral and written comments were received and placed on file. Motion carried.
Little moved the following resolution seconded by Miller.
WHEREAS, a public hearing was held on November 22, 2016 at Nine-twelve o’clock (9:12) a.m., on the request submitted by Paul and Betty Jean Borgwardt to rezone 4.83 acres from to “A” Agricultural District to “A-R” Agricultural Residential District, to allow for the construction of three single-family dwellings located just to the North of 4534 Gilbertville Road, and
WHEREAS, “An Ordinance Amending Ordinance No. 36, as Amended, the Black Hawk County, Iowa, Agricultural Preservation Zoning Ordinance Adopted February 2, 1999, by adding Subsection No. 179 to Section VI (B), Rezoning Certain Property” as described on the above request submitted by Paul and Betty Jean Borgwardt and to consider same for adoption and if adopted would be known as Ordinance no. 77-179, and
WHEREAS, §331.302(5) of the Code of Iowa allows the Board of Supervisors to suspend by majority vote the requirement to consider and vote on a proposed ordinance at two meetings of the board prior to the meeting at which it is to be fully passed, and
WHEREAS, there were no corrections to the ordinance,
NOW THEREFORE BE IT HEREBY RESOLVED that the rules requiring the Board of Supervisors to consider and vote on a proposed ordinance at two prior meetings be suspended.
AYES: Little, Magsamen, Miller, White, Laylin. NAYS: None. Resolution adopted.
Magsamen moved the following ordinance seconded by Little.
WHEREAS, “An Ordinance Amending Ordinance No. 36, as Amended, the Black Hawk County, Iowa, Agricultural Preservation Zoning Ordinance Adopted February 2, 1999, by adding Subsection No. 179 To Section VI (B), Rezoning Certain Property” as described on the above request submitted by Paul and Betty Jean Borgwardt and to consider same for adoption and if adopted would be known as Ordinance No. 77-179, and
WHEREAS, pursuant to §331.302(5) of the Code of Iowa, the Board of Supervisors has suspended by majority vote the requirement to consider and vote on a proposed ordinance at two meetings of the board prior to the meeting at which it is to be finally passed, and
NOW THEREFORE BE IT HEREBY RESOLVED that the same is hereby zoned acres from “A” Agricultural District to “A-R” Agricultural-Residential District, and the ordinance is hereby adopted and known as Ordinance #77-179.
Miller said he doesn’t agree with building more residences in the rural area when there are 20,000 acres in the city available.
AYES: Little, Magsamen, Laylin.
NAYS: Miller, White. Ordinance adopted.
Little moved the following ordinance seconded by Miller.
BE IT HEREBY RESOLVED that the SERVICE AGREEMENT between Black Hawk County and Rapiscan Systems, Torrance, CA in the amount of $4,620 for the Courthouse x-ray machine effective December 1, 2016 through November 30, 2017 be approved as recommended by Maintenance Superintendent Rory Geving.
Geving answered questions from the previous week when he recommended the Gold Level maintenance agreement. He said the difference between that and the Platinum Level is 24-hour service and expedited shipping, and he didn’t think those were worth the cost. He said the expected lifetime of the machine is ten years. He said the piece of equipment that was questionable will be installed before the current agreement expires, at a savings of $250-$300. He said that in light of critical safety checks, he recommended the Gold Level Agreement. White asked what happens if no agreement is signed. Geving said one example was a programming issue that was resolved over the phone, but if a technician came, it would have cost $4000.
AYES: Little, Magsamen, Miller, White, Laylin.
NAYS: None. Resolution adopted.
Magsamen moved the following resolution seconded by Miller.
BE IT HEREBY RESOLVED that Black Hawk County submit a LETTER OF INTENT for Mitigation Dollars in the amount of $500,000 for property acquisition in flood plains of unincorporated areas in Black Hawk County.
Magsamen said four or five properties in the unincorporated area would be eligible for buyout based on the severity of damage from the recent flood. He said the county would pay 15% of the cost ($75,000), the state 10% and the federal government 75%. The deadline is December 8.
AYES: Little, Magsamen, Miller, White, Laylin.
NAYS: None. Resolution adopted.
The Board of Supervisors held a WORK SESSION on Jail Parking Lot Repairs. Maintenance Superintendent Rory Geving reviewed that voids under the jail parking lot due to incomplete excavation of demolished buildings have been partially addressed in the past, but a permanent solution is desirable. He said Terracon Consultants, Inc. was engaged to make a study. Jason Heinz of Terracon gave a geotechnical presentation that described the situation and gave three options: 1. Partially remove existing fill and rebuild a stiff layer. 2. Use a ground improvement method to increase the density of the existing fill and some soil. 3. Remove all fill and properly replace it. Miller asked what would happen if some sort of contamination were found. Heinz said the county would be responsible for mitigation. He said items the county ought to consider were incidental costs for construction, assumed risks for the alternative selected, and effects to facility operations prior to, during and after construction.
County Engineer Cathy Nicholas said the sloping needed for safe shoring and for admitting large machinery would necessitate demolition of the existing sidewalk and possibly part of E. 5th St. Geving said he asked the city of Waterloo if the work could coincide with city projects in the area, but nothing relevant is pending. He said that earlier rough estimates of cost were $175,000 for Option 1 and $450,000 for Options 2 and 3. Finance Director Susan Deaton said $350,000 is budgeted in FY17 from the Sheriff’s Room and Board Fund. Sheriff Tony Thompson said that he is currently below estimated spending for this time of year, so more funds may be available. Nicholas said that construction time would likely be 30-60 days. Thompson said he didn’t know where the 40 vehicles that use the lot would park. Geving said he would provide a recommendation with updated costs.
On motion and vote the meeting adjourned.
Linda Laylin, Chair, Board of Supervisors
Grant Veeder, County Auditor