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Union Schools – July 15, 2019

UNION COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT
DYSART-GENESEO-LA PORTE CITY
Regular Board Meeting
July 15, 2019
(pending board approval)
Call to Order: Board President Kevin Sash called the regular meeting to order at 6:00 p.m. The following board members were present: Darrell DeWinter, Kristi Martin, Cathy Niebergall, and Jenna Scott. Absent: Corey Lorenzen and Brandon Paine.
Agenda: On a motion by Niebergall, second by Scott, the agenda was approved as presented. Motion carried 5-0.
Superintendent’s Report: 1) Supt Fleshner commented about Adam Gassman’s passing, extended condolences to Adam’s family, and spoke about the contributions that Adam made to the district and the community. Adam’s funeral will be held in the High School Gym on Wednesday. Corey Lorenzen arrived at 6:02 p.m. 2) Recognition: Congratulations to the FUN 6630 Robotics team members. Three of our students attended the National Advocacy Conference in Washington DC in June. 3) Professional Development: a. We have a team headed to Des Moines tomorrow for the TLC Conference. 4) Financial Update: a. Education Energy Group Risk Pool: ISFIS has been working on this and Supt Fleshner has been asked to sit on the committee. This program would allow natural gas expenses to be expended from the Management Fund. 5) Facility Updates: a. Supt Fleshner shared pictures of the mitigation and HVAC projects at the middle school, the daycare plumbing repairs being done at D-G Elementary, and the newly painted high school stage in the auditorium. 6) Transportation: Supt Fleshner reported to the board that he has looked at the bus WiFi networks offered by Kajeet. He will continue researching, b. Supt Fleshner will be meeting with Doug Ollendieck regarding diesel and LP contracting. 7) Technology: a. The new WiFi networks have been installed in three of the four buildings, b. The new server is here, c. The Chromebooks are in, d. Supt Fleshner reported that he will be taking over the @unioncsd Twitter account; previously Mr. Cayton handled that account. 8) Marketing: a. The first draft of the branding and logo guide has been completed, b. Retiree and new staff information is on Facebook. 9) Staffing Update: a. Additional nursing and health associate positions are necessary to support elementary students with high medical needs. 10) IASB: a. Supt Fleshner shared some school board elections information, including new key dates for filing nomination papers and new election day date, b. Supt Fleshner shared information on the IASB Conference that will be held in November.
Union Middle School Mitigation Project: Two bids were received for the mitigation project: ECCO Midwest – $68,800 and ServiceMaster 380 – $85,122.16. On a motion be Lorenzen, second by Scott, the board approved the ECCO Midwest bid. Motion carried 6-0.
IASB Legislative Priorities for 2019-2020: The board reviewed last year’s priorities and discussed some of the possibilities for this year. On a motion by Lorenzen, second by DeWinter, the board approved their priorities as Supplemental State Aid, Mental Health, School Funding Policy, Preschool Funding, and Vouchers. Motion carried 6-0.
Consent Agenda: Minutes of the June 17, 2019 board meeting; Claims to be paid; Financial Reports (None); Personnel (None); Open Enrollment Requests (None). On a motion by Scott, second by Lorenzen, the board approved the consent agenda. Motion carried 6-0.
Adjourn: On a motion by Scott, second by DeWinter, the meeting adjourned at 6:29 pm. Motion carried 6-0.
Kevin Sash, Board President
Kathy Krug, Board Secretary
INVOICES APPROVED
July 15, 2019
GENERAL FUND
AALDERKS, JILL, FINGERPRINT REIMB, 20.00
ADVANCED SYSTEMS, INC HS COPIER MAINTENANCE, 187.32
BECK, LOUIS, TARGET, HYVEE, MLG REIMB, 607.87
BENTON COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT, FY19 SPEC EDUC FINAL BILLING, 385.35
BMO HARRIS MASTERCARD, SUPPLIES, HOTEL EXP, REGISTRATIONS, 8,700.94
CAM COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT, FY19 2ND SEMESTER OPEN ENROLLMENT, 6,987.28
CASEY’S BUSINESS MASTERCARD, GASOLINE/PIZZA, 4,224.03
CASEY’S GENERAL STORE, GASOLINE, 47.30
CEDAR FALLS COMMUNITY SCHOOLS, FY19 SPEC EDUC BILLING, 19,347.40
CENTRAL IOWA DIST, INC CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES, 10,253.36
CENTRAL RIVERS AREA EDUCATION AGENCY, FY19 2ND SEMESTER WORK EXPERIENCE/TRANS, 4,605.00
CENTURY LAUNDRY DIST., HS LAUNDRY WASHER REPAIR, 182.90
CENTURY LINK, LONG DISTANCE CHARGES, 67.00
CNC LUMBER & SUPPLIES, LLC, MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES, 145.15
DYSART POST OFFICE, JUNE 2019 – 1 YEAR BOX RENT, 94.00
DYSART TIRE & SERVICE, INC, VEHICLE REPAIRS, 3,944.49
ENCOMPASS IOWA, LLC, JULY TECHNOLOGY SERVICES, 45.00
FAMILIES FIRST COUNSELING SERVICES, HS/MS COUNSELING SERVICES, 385.00
FARMERS COOP TELEPHONE CO, LOCAL SVC/INTERNET, 1,065.03
GARY’S THRIFTWAY FOODS, MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES, 15.98
HAWKEYE COMMUNICATION/FANDEL ALARM, D-G ELEM MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES, 72.30
HAWKEYE COMMUNITY COLLEGE, FY19 EMC2 TUITION, 600.00
HENNINGER ELECTRIC, HS ELECTRICAL REPAIR, 158.50
IA ASSOC OF SCHOOL BUSINESS OFFICIALS, FY20 IASBO MMBRSHP – GROTE, KRUG, ROBERTS, 375.00
IA ASSOCIATION OF SCHOOL BOARDS, FY20 IASB MMBRSHP AND POLICY SUBSCRIPTIONS, 4,789.00
IOWA ASSOC OF AGRICULTURAL EDUCATORS, SUMMER IA AG ED CONFERENCE – BECK, 240.00
IOWA COMMUNICATIONS NETWORK, JUNE HS INTERNET, 19.98
IOWA DEPT OF HUMAN SERVICES, MAY, JUNE MEDICAID – NON-FED PORTION, 20,559.32
IOWA DIVISION OF CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION, JULY BACKGROUND CHECKS, 123.00
IOWA DIVISION OF LABOR, HS – ANNUAL ELEVATOR INSPECTION, 165.00
IOWA PUPIL TRANSPORTATION ASSOCIATION, FY20 IA PUPIL TRANSP ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP, 275.00
ISFIS, INC, ISFIS 2019-20 RENEWAL, 1,602.65
JAYMAR BUSINESS FORMS, DEPOSIT SLIPS FOR NEW BANK – ALL FUNDS, 1,851.62
JOHN LINDAMAN COMPANY, BUS #21 – TIRES, 643.20
JOHNSTONE SUPPLY, AC COIL CLEANER, 318.75
JOSTENS, INC, HS COUNSELOR SUPPLIES, 420.11
LA PORTE CITY PRESCHOOL, JUNE PRESCHOOL PAYMENT, 8,596.38
LA PORTE CITY PRINTING & DESIGN, INC, MS SUBSCRIPTION – 8/21/19 TO 5/29/2020, 455.68
LAPORTE MOTOR SUPPLY, INC, ELEM MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES, 26.48
LOCKSPERTS, INC, ELEM MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES 12.16
LPC FLOORING , HS CLASSROOM CARPET TILE, 4,923.00
MADISON NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE CO JULY 2019 LIFE/LTD PREMIUMS, 2,033.31
MENARD, INC, MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES, 635.79
MERCER H&B ADMIN -IOWA FIDUCIARY, AUGUST INSURANCE PREMIUMS, 76,312.18
MERCER HEALTH & BENEFITS LLC, MAY 2019 PAYFLEX ADMIN FEES, 234.00
MOTORHEAD MAYHEM SERVICE & REPAIR, VEHICLE REPAIRS, 2,554.12
NAT’L ASSOC OF SEC SCHOOL PRIN, FY20 NATL HONOR SOCIETY MEMBERSHIP, 385.00
NUTRIEN AG SOLUTIONS, INC, MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES, 123.20
ORKIN, LLC, PEST CONTROL 303.39
PITNEY BOWES EASY PERMIT POSTAGE, HS, MS POSTAGE, 1,008.00
PPG ARCHITECTURAL FINISHES, MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES, 1,358.60
PROSHIELD FIRE PROTECTION, DYSART BUS GARAGE – FIRE EXTING INSP, 7.50
PROVIDENT LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE COMPANY, JUNE INSUR PREMIUM BILLING, 625.17
QUILL, OFFICE SUPPLIES, 110.10
RAGGEDY ANN & ANDY PRESCHOOL, JUNE PRESCHOOL PAYMENT, 7,004.45
RICOH USA, INC, DISTRICT COPIER MAINTENANCE, 38.71
SHAMROCK LAWN SERVICE MS GROUNDS – VEGETATION CONTROL, 50.00
SWISHER & COHRT, PLC, LEGAL SERVICES, 35.00
SYNCHRONY BANK/AMAZON, CLASSROOM SUPPLIES, 3,255.60
TAMA/GRUNDY PUBLISHING, 6/17 BOARD BILLS AND MINUTES, 502.91
TIMBERLINE BILLING SERVICE LLC, JUNE MEDICAID ADMIN FEES, 623.66
TOWN & COUNTRY HOME IMPROVEMENT CO, INC, HS MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES, 89.28
UNION COMMUNITY SCHOOL, JUNE PYMNTSPRINGS ADMIN FEES, 887.04
URB’S DO IT BEST HARDWARE, MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES, 529.14
VAN METER INDUSTRIAL, INC., MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES, 935.49
VERACITY EXCAVATING LLC, BLACK DIRT – BUS BARN, 225.00
VINTON NEWSPAPERS, FY20 HS SUBSSCRIPTION, 72.99
VINTON TROPHY & AWARDS, MS DOOR SIGNS, 63.80
WATERLOO COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT, FY19 CYP PLACEMENT, 430.24
WEBER, LAURA, FINGERPRINT REIMB, 20.00
WOODRIVER ENERGY, LLC, NATURAL GAS, 193.02
YOUNG PLUMBING AND HEATING, MS HVAC REPAIR, 277.50
Fund Total: 208,461.72
MANAGEMENT FUND
LA PORTE CITY INSURANCE AGENCY, FY20 MARINE, AUTO, WORKERS COMP RENEWAL, 163,971.50
SU INSURANCE COMPANY, FY20 EQUIPMENT BREAKDOWN INSURANCE, 28,222.00
Fund Total: 192,193.50
PHYSICAL PLANT & EQUIPMENT
ENCOMPASS IOWA, LLC, HP PROBOOK – D-G ELEM – W ROBBINS, 20,329.73
FOLLETT SCHOOL SOLUTIONS, INC, DESTINY LIBRARY MANAGER, 1,042.50
FRONTLINE EDUCATION, FY20 ABSENCE MNGMNT/TIME & ATTENDANCE, 10,623.60
FUSION FORWARD LLC, AUGUST MARKETING, DESIGN, P/R SERVICES, 1,200.00
MARCO TECHNOLOGIES, LLC, JULY PRINTER COPIER AGREEMENT, 3,148.38
SOFTWARE UNLIMITED, INC., FY20 ACCOUNTING FEES, 6,750.00
Fund Total: 43,094.21
CAPITAL PROJECTS
ADVANCED ENVIRONMENTAL, TESTING/ABATEMENTMS ASBESTOS REMOVAL-NORTH END TUNNEL HTG, 7,884.10
CARDINAL CONSTRUCTION, INC, REQUEST #2 – MS HVAC, 431,987.14
CEDAR FALLS COMMUNITY SCHOOLS, FY19 SPEC EDUC BILLING, 1,941.32
MARTIN GARDNER ARCHITECTURE, MS HVAC ARCHITECT FEES – JUNE SERVICES, 987.13
Fund Total: 442,799.69
SUPPORT TRUST FUND
BMO HARRIS MASTERCARD, HS WEIGHT ROOM EQUIPMENT, 2,572.40
SYNCHRONY BANK/AMAZON, WEIGHT ROOM EQUIPMENT, 218.80
Fund Total: 2,791.20

Union Schools – 2018-2019 Wage Report

UNION COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT
2018-2019 WAGE REPORT
ALBERTSEN, DENISE 7,036.15
ALBERTSEN, MARK 98,050.00
ALBRIGHT, RONDALYN 1,312.50
ALLERS, BONNIE 8,389.65
ALPERS, KURT 61,970.99
APPLETON, SCOTT 28,197.37
ARHART, VANESSA 52,646.09
ARP, AMANDA 50,200.00
ASCHENBRENNER, CAROL 525.00
ASMUSSEN, LISA 49,032.87
BARZ, JACQUELINE 90.00
BARZ, JIM 2,149.14
BARZ, MELANIE 11,607.16
BATHEN-JUNGLING, DEBRA 64,091.86
BEAN, BENJAMIN 1,760.00
BECHTHOLD, ANGELA 52,435.34
BECK, LOUIS 80,855.30
BEERMANN, KYLE 53,676.51
BEHRENS, CHRISTOPHER 4,818.17
BELTZ, WYATT 2,257.50
BERGMEIER, CHAD 42,192.00
BISTLINE, MICHAEL 60,503.01
BLAND, CINDY 23,626.83
BLOHM, LACEY 83.74
BORTON, JULIE 11,946.57
BOSTIAN, DEAN 55,581.00
BREITBACH, PAT 45,455.50
BRODIGAN, DENISE 28,450.84
BRONNER, JONATHAN 2,332.29
BROWN, SANDRA 15,824.24
BRUCE, CINDY 18,136.86
CALHOON, TERRI 7,984.49
CALKINS, DELORES 7,217.68
CAMPBELL, MELVIN 6,173.11
CARLSON, KORINA 63,483.35
CARLSON, TODD 3,854.00
CARTY, JULIE 59,415.52
CAYTON, JAMES 116,300.00
CAYTON, KRISTIN 53,872.50
CLAIR, MICHAEL 4,250.14
CLARK, RORY 41,008.21
CRAWFORD, AMY 21,106.64
CRAWFORD, KODY 543.66
CREES, CHRISTY 63,379.53
DABNEY, DENNIS 20,028.08
DABNEY, STACEY 2,288.64
DAMRO, NOAH 657.74
DARNALL POYNER, JOLEEN 55,257.76
DELAGARDELLE, MARY 50,523.84
DENGLER, RONALD 11,387.21
DENNER, SCOTT 54,858.00
DONLEA, TERRI 48,926.34
DRISCOL, BRADY 4,150.36
DRISCOL, LAURIE 57,125.18
DRISCOL, ROBERT 9,750.00
DUCKER, LINDSAY 840.00
DUNKELBERGER, HOLLY 63,117.86
DUNKELBERGER, JOSHUA 44,210.00
DVORAK, ANDREA 13,424.93
DVORAK, BECKY 13,252.76
ECKLUND, TERESA 1,522.50
EHLERS, DEBRA 20,330.73
EIKAMP, RITA 2,257.50
ELLIOTT, VADA 6,313.97
EWOLDT, WENDY 14,485.77
FLESHNER, STACY 15,858.97
FLESHNER, TRAVIS 141,100.00
FLESHNER, TYSON 136.16
FOSS, LESA 3,180.00
FOWLER, JOHN 4,113.45
FRISBIE, HOLLY 11,416.83
GARBES, NEKODA 2,290.00
GARDNER, BRENDA 26,322.30
GASSMAN, ADAM 58,886.18
GASSMAN, JENNIFER 57,301.98
GATES, JENNIFER 55,579.01
GETZ, JOAN 18,531.11
GINGRICH, CRAIG 5,092.50
GLEASON, KENDA 22,221.46
GLENN, CARA 12,523.82
GLENN, KAYLEEN 1,634.00
GLOEDE, JADEE 57,846.01
GOODWIN, JOHN 53,428.57
GRAVEMAN, SHELBY 1,500.00
GROSSE, TRACIE 57,829.68
GROTE, CAROL 43,625.00
HALUPNICK, JANICE 630.00
HANNA, CHRISTINA 26,982.26
HARTING, DANIEL 22,271.53
HARTKEMEYER, MIRANDA 34,810.11
HECKROTH, KATHRYN 16,229.36
HEMSATH, BRYNNA 105.00
HEMSATH, CRAIG 47,950.50
HENKEL, CAROL 18,047.03
HENNINGS, DREW 1,050.50
HENNINGS, PEGGY 21,602.38
HENSING, DANIEL 4,875.00
HENSON, WILLIAM 1,760.00
HETH, JANICE 56,064.69
HIX, HOPE 73,029.20
HOFFMAN-SCHULZ, COLLEEN 4,704.38
HOGAN, PATRICK 63,920.58
HOOKHAM, MARK 61,125.52
HORA, JUDY 10,348.72
HOULTON-OIEN, CHARITY 840.00
HUBBARD, NANCY 11,967.00
JENSON, RIA 40,653.00
JESSE, BARRY 2,786.00
JESSE, BRIAN 4,875.00
JESSE, ERIC 1,298.00
JESSE, RENEE 58,180.02
JOHANNINGMEIER, EMILY 2,572.50
JOHANNINGMEIER, MARCY 12,376.84
JOHNSON, BRUCE 150.00
JOHNSON, JANET 17,014.57
JOLLEY, MARILYN 1,005.46
JONES, CAROL 335.92
JUHL, PATRICIA 54,933.92
JUNGE, DANA 45,295.48
KEARNEY, RYAN 43,267.00
KEEGAN, MICHELLE 69,597.75
KELLER, JODI 54,648.51
KESTEN, LISA 41,887.00
KESTEN, THOMAS 4,882.50
KILER, ALEX 907.68
KING, KENT 68,861.31
KNOOP, KELLI 12,704.20
KRAFKA, AMY 5,408.93
KRIZ, AMY 46,360.32
KRIZ, KYLE 2,947.00
KRUG, KATHY 55,115.00
KVALE, TINA 59,109.95
LANG, CORY 41,730.17
LARISON, CHERYL 65,344.87
LARSON, JEAN 34,192.98
LAUGHRIDGE, WENDY 48.62
LEYEN, GARY 8,722.24
LEYTEM, ALISON 43,078.00
LINDERER, ALYSSA 35,927.20
LOFTUS, LOGAN 40,658.00
LONG, KEVIN 8,472.15
LONG, LOIS 735.00
LORENZEN, COREY 1,564.00
LORENZEN, JENNIE 50,821.00
LUND, KAREN 898.35
LYNN, MICHELLE 13,299.08
MAHOOD, MARC 740.43
MATHIS, LISA 20,143.94
MEHLERT, BART 4,875.00
MICHAEL, KERRIE 52,098.60
MIEHE, TARA 12,336.44
MILLER, SARAH 23,709.69
MITCHELL, TIMOTHY 71,165.86
MONROE, SANDRA 709.34
MOODY, LAURA 16,802.89
MOODY, RYAN 52,397.17
MORSE-BLANSHAN, DELORES 66,533.37
MUMM, DEBORAH 3,360.00
NEITZKE, ALLIE 38,950.00
NENNIG, JOHN 840.00
NEUMAN, DANA 46,665.00
OBROSK, GREG 12,119.31
OLLENDIECK, MINDY 22,392.12
OLLENDIECK, STEPHANIE 210.00
OLSON, LORA 14,128.61
OSMUNDSON, MARIA 16,984.21
OTTEN, KAMI 53,722.85
PALMER, BEVERLY 7,955.93
PARKER, PEYTON 1,298.00
PARKER, SHERRY 60,518.84
PARKER, TODD 97,185.00
PARSON, JUSTIN 62,425.01
PAULHUS, AMY 18,215.75
PAULHUS, ANTHONY 6,350.63
PENNELL, KIMBERLY 16,551.34
PETERS, LYNNE 54,639.01
PETERSEN, ANGELA 42,568.00
PETERSEN, DYLAN 1,564.00
PIPHO, LINDSAY 676.04
POSPISIL, JARED 55,406.14
POSPISIL, SARAH 48,262.50
RAUB, JUDY 6,155.08
RAUB, REX 6,391.32
REEDY-KLIMA, TIFFANY 5,561.00
REEL, NATHAN 1,632.00
REITER, COLE 1,720.00
RENAUD, TATE 204.43
RENAUD, THERESA 743.85
RIGGINS, CHERI 245.02
ROBB, JEREMY 1,903.00
ROBBINS, WHITNEY 39,337.00
ROBERTS, DIANE 30,721.72
ROHRBACH, LEAH 12,025.39
ROLLAND, REBECCA 8,051.51
ROTTINGHAUS, BRENDA 22,740.76
ROTTINGHAUS, MARLEEN 1,549.10
ROTTINGHAUS, ROYCE 212.78
ROUTT, LAURIE 63,019.03
ROWELL, JUANITA 2,729.63
SALLEE, REBECCA 12,485.00
SATTERLEE-MULLIS, BETTY 3,863.05
SCHADLE, DANDEENA 60,357.03
SCHARES, POLLY 12,634.10
SCHEETZ, NIKKI 18,867.95
SCHEETZ, RILEY 887.00
SCHMIDT, JULIE, 57,883.52
SCHMIDT, MICHAEL 65,313.02
SCHMITZ, BECKY 36,994.50
SCHMITZ, CAITLIN 41,245.00
SCHMITZ, JOSEPH 3,293.00
SCHMUECKER, MICHAEL 28,079.65
SCHUTTERLE, HARLAN 37,013.99
SEVERTSGAARD, TYLER 928.45
SLACK, ADRIANNE 55,480.62
SLACK, WAYNE 70,943.00
SLATER, RYAN 53,047.84
SLICK, GREGORY 5,219.75
SMITH, REBECCA 18,870.39
SORENSEN, KARLA 48,648.84
SPORE, HEIDI 41,100.00
SPRAGG, HALEY 37,120.05
STALEY HOPPENWORTH, ADRIANNE, 36,837.00
STEUK, SARA 44,408.00
STEVENS, MICHAEL 472.50
STOAKES, CORINDY 53,526.36
STOAKES, DAWN 52,549.48
STRUBEL, WILLIAM 25,898.70
STWALLEY, ELLEN 15,137.35
TECKLENBURG, JOSEPH 789.77
TERNUS, LYNNE 56,705.34
THOMSEN, KIMBERLY 25,975.66
TIMMER, AUSTIN 466.16
TIMMER, MICHEL 61,541.53
TRUNCK, TERRY 3,741.09
TURNER, JULIE 16,279.82
VOPELAK, DEREK 9,826.97
WAGNER, STEVEN 46,401.83
WALLIN, SUE 16,116.10
WALTERS, KEVIN 36,837.00
WAMBOLD, DALE 63,965.51
WANDSCHNEIDER, MELISSA 16,346.32
WANDSCHNEIDER, PATRICIA 5,565.00
WARREN, VALERIE 59,231.85
WEBB, CHRIS 84.68
WEBER, BAILEY 15,373.05
WEBER, DAVID 16,362.78
WEBER, KYLE 157.50
WIECK, ARLO 38,865.89
WIEDENHOFF, CAREN 21,991.61
WIGG, BRUCE 20,718.92
WILLEMS, KATHLEEN 50,527.68
WILSON, DEBRA 12,379.52
WILSON, DONNA 10,497.63
WILSON, JAMIE 25,933.75
WITTENBURG, ERIN 54,454.68
WOLDAN, REBECCA 2,310.00
YOUNGBLUT, HAROLD 3,293.00
ZAK, WILLIAM 55,820.00
ZEMPEL, HUNTER 2,009.00
ZONDO, ELIZABETH 52,152.01
Grand Total: 7,072,712.81

La Porte City Utilites – July 15, 2019

July 15, 2019
The La Porte City Utilities Board of Trustees met for the regular board meeting on July 15, 2019 at 4:30pm. Present were Jon Barz, Shawn Mehlert, Tami Keune, Robyn Oberhauser, Alex Pick and Jacob Huck.
Mehlert made a motion to adopt the agenda, seconded by Keune. Motion passed 3-0.
June 18, 2019 minutes approved, motion made by Mehlert to accept, seconded by Keune. Passed 3-0.
Resolution # 19-13 “Setting Wages” which had been discussed and approved at the June board meeting was signed.
Moved by Keune, seconded by Mehlert to adopt Resolution # 20-01 Authorizing Utility Office Manager to transfer funds for sinking accounts. Passed 3-0.
Jacob Huck from MSA was present and discussed the up coming Main Street renovation project.
Financial reports and disbursements were reviewed and approved.
Motion to adjourn by Mehlert, seconded by Keune. Passed 3-0
Meeting adjourned at 5:15 p.m.
Robyn Oberhauser, Recording Secretary
Robyn Oberhauser Office Manger Jon Barz, President of Board
JUNE 2019 DISBURSEMENTS ABC Portable Storage
Storage containers $267.50
Advance Systems $16.05
Anvantage plan fund $486.17
Answer Plus answering service $107.83
Bankers Trust
Bond Payment $182,420.00
Bergankdv Veeam Renewal $531.78
CVB&T taxes,fee,state $7,886.68
City Laundry laundry service $705.52
City of La Porte
Payback/amanda’s hours $1,225.35
IA Dept Rev & Fin
May sales tax $2,925.02
IA One Call Locates $197.10
Iowa Finance
Water Tower Loan $192,422.50
IPERS IPERS $3,812.45
Keystone water testing $25.00
La Porte City Motor Supply
Hydraulic $144.01
LPC Connect phone serv $416.73
LPC Post Office stamps/customer billing $270.48
LPC Printing & Design
late notice $76.29
Magee Construction 50% down payment on warehouse roof $4,128.50
Main Street Chks Deposit Slips $43.63
Matthes Bill overhead school $289.24
Metering Techology
water meters $38,957.23
MSA Professional water quality $647.50
Nutrien Water Salt $61.60
Petty Cash Postage $47.12
RPGI purchased power $57,590.98
Shermco 69 KV Project $14,012.80
Steve Hendershot
Storage Rental $200.00
Storey Kenworthy
Office Supplies $256.67
Stuart Irbby 69 KV Project $167,349.86
Terex Digger Truck $4,731.37
Wellmark health ins $7,203.34
Electric / payroll $454,683.48
Water $53,410.16
Electric Series $181,362.66
GRAND TOTAL $689,456.30
JUNE 2019 Revenue
Electric $139,120.46
Electric Reserve $19,200.00
Water $44,147.30
Water Reserve $19,142.95
Electic Series 2016 $182,420.00
Interest $29.86
GRAND TOTAL $404,060.57

Black Hawk County Board of Supervisors – July 9, 2019

  Waterloo, Iowa July 9, 2019
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, Chris Schwartz, Dan Trelka, and Tom Little, Chair.
Absent: Craig White.
Unless otherwise noted, all actions were approved unanimously, White absent.
Moved by Laylin, seconded by Trelka that the AGENDA be received and place on file with the County Auditor as approved. Motion carried.
PUBLIC COMMENTS. Norman Primmer of Dewar asked if anything was going to be done about the property that he complained about at the July 2 meeting. Little said there is an ongoing investigation of the property and that no quick resolution is expected because of the laws that must be followed. He suggested that Mr. Primmer speak with a supervisor about it after the meeting.
Schwartz moved the following resolution seconded by Trelka.
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
IA DEPT OF REV state pay 26,322.90
IPERS ipers 214,882.50
COLLECTION SVC CTR
oth pay 1,056.70
IRS fed pay 56,005.18
NATIONWIDE RETIREMENT SOLUTIONS def com 5,065.00
NATIONWIDE RETIREMENT SOLUTIONS def com 2,422.50
SSA fica 94,373.46
BHC SHERIFF oth pay 372.02
CEDAR VALLEY UNITED WAY
oth pay 82.50
A TECH/FREEMAN ALARM
svc 17,938.70
ADVANCED SYSTEMS INC svc 368.76
BICKLEY, MARK svc 580.00
BRUSTKERN MICHAEL J rent 300.00
C&S REAL ESTATE rent 450.00
CBM MANAGED SVCS food 15,556.01
CDW GOVERNMENT INC eq 919.68
COURIER publ 586.87
DUNCAN, TARA svc 210.00
DWD INVESTMENTS rent 525.00
EMSL ANALYTICAL INC svc 187.85
FASTENAL CO supl 322.14
GBM PROPERTY MGMT rent 250.00
HERNANDEZ , JASON svc 525.00
HOLBACH DENNIS rent 275.00
KALLAUS, MARK rent 275.00
LA PORTE CITY PRINTING & DESIGN publ 1,784.84
LAW OFFICE OF CHRISTINA SHRIVER svc 180.00
MARTIN REALTORS INC rent 225.00
MATT PARROTT/STOREY KENWORTHY eq 3,243.79
MENARDS WLOO misc 526.53
METRO INVESTMENTS MULTI UNIT rent 200.00
MIDWEST AUTOMATED TIME SYSTEMS svc 225.50
PER MAR SECURITY SVCS
svc 1,890.36
PLUNKETTS PEST CONTROL INC
svc 307.50
PPG ARCHITECTURAL FINISHES INC supl 85.38
PTS OF AMERICA svc 1,315.50
RACOM CORP prts 140.00
RALSTON, RYAN rent 200.00
RITE PRICE OFFICE SUPL INC
supl 134.39
RIVERSIDE INVESTMENTS rent 350.00
SCOOP FEED & SUPL supl 40.50
VALLEY PROPERTY ALLIANCE
rent 200.00
WBC MECHANICAL INC eq 83.50
WD INVESTMENTS rent 575.00
WEX BANK misc 376.29
BRADFORD, LISA reimb 185.35
DEWITT GABRIELLE mil 120.63
FROHWEIN SANDRA mil 89.43
NELSON ELOISE A mil 44.46
SCHAEFER ZOE misc 38.00
SPEICHER WINDOLF ROBIN mil 84.16
BHC LAW ENFORCEMENT ASSOC
oth pay 487.50
COMMUNITY HEALTH CHARITIES IA oth pay 8.00
LEGALSHIELD oth pay 207.55
MADISON NATL LIFE INS ins 87.70
PECU oth pay 23,578.50
ABD PROPERTY MGMT rent 2,725.00
ADVANCE AUTO PARTS prts 138.01
ADVANCED BUSINESS SYSTEMS INC supl 36.20
ALLAMAKEE CO BOARD OF HEALTH reimb 1,853.38
AMAZON CAPITAL SVCS INC
supl 972.85
AT&T svc 231.00
BHC EMS ASSOC reimb 3,780.00
BHC EXTENSION educ 35.00
BREMER CO reimb 1,398.41
BROWNELLS INC prts 1,688.79
BUCHANAN CO EMS ASSOC
reimb 305.88
BUCHANAN CO PUBLIC HEALTH DEPT reimb 1,881.27
BURK LAW FIRM svc 1,468.50
CF UTILITIES util 384.67
CF UTILITIES util 45.57
CF UTILITIES util 63.29
CF UTILITIES data 3,064.81
CHRISTIE DOOR CO eq 11,355.00
CLARK DEVELOPMENT rent 250.00
CORINTHIAN SVCS OF IA svc 3,000.00
COUNTRY TERRACE rent 225.00
COURIER publ 898.50
COX DUSTIN rent 200.00
CRAW DADDY OUTDOORS
educ 740.00
CZ RENTALS rent 300.00
DOORS INC eq rpr 687.79
CITY OF DUNKERTON util 57.81
DURATOVIC , SAMIR rent 300.00
EASTGATE ESTATES rent 225.00
EASTSIDE MINISTERIAL ALLIANCE alloc 18,250.00
EVANSDALE WATER WORKS wtr 80.75
EVELAND JOHN rent 275.00
EXCEPTIONAL PERSONS INC
rent 200.00
FIRESTONE PAYMENT CTR
prts/lbr 264.81
FISCHELS, ANTHONY A rent 250.00
CITY OF GILBERTVILLE wtr 58.12
GREENWAY svc 2,391.26
GREER FUNERAL HOME INC
svc 1,000.00
CITY OF GRUNDY CENTER-AMBULANCE DEPT reimb 2,160.00
GRUNDY CO reimb 1,174.36
GRUNDY CO MEML HOSP
reimb 2,250.00
HAGARTY WAYCHOFF GRARUP FUNERAL SVC svc 1,000.00
HAWKEYE ALARM & SIGNAL CO
svc 60.00
HAWKEYE VILLAGE APT rent 321.00
HAWTHORNE RENTALS rent 200.00
HELLMAN ASSOCIATES INC
supl 4,705.92
HOTEL PRESIDENT PARTNERS
rent 175.00
HOWARD CO reimb 3,064.05
HUDSON PRINTING CO INC
publ 1,179.77
IACE FIVE SEASONS MOBILE HOME PARK rent 475.00
IA SEC OF STATE svc 30.00
IA STATE MEDICAL EXAMINER
svc 30,320.02
ISU educ 105.00
ISU educ 105.00
JESSE COSBY NEIGHBORHOOD CTR alloc 18,250.00
KAPAUN CONSULTING ENGINEERS svc 1,040.00
KH PROPERTIES rent 275.00
KOCH BROTHERS supl 200.00
KOENIG SCOTT rent 225.00
KROEGER MIKE rent 250.00
KW ELECTRIC INC svc 8,739.00
LEAHY RENTALS rent 200.00
LPC CONNECT data 406.31
MAURER CRAIG reimb 188.00
MERCY HOSP OF FRANCISCAN SISTERS reimb 1,259.86
MERCYONE NE IA CLINIC
reimb 1,762.02
METRO INVESTMENTS rent 300.00
MID AMERICAN ENERGY util 133.00
MID AMERICAN ENERGY util 5,486.69
MID AMERICAN ENERGY util 108.59
MID AMERICAN ENERGY/SPEC ACCT util 3,161.91
MIDWEST BOATS SALES & REPAIRS eq 4,708.75
MIDWEST DEFENSE SOLUTIONS
supl 15,035.00
MOODY, CHRYSTAL rent 250.00
MOORE, GLEN rent 225.00
NELSON LARRY rent 275.00
NORTH STAR REALTORS rent 200.00
OFFICE DEPOT supl 460.37
OPERATION THRESHOLD
alloc 3,150.00
PALMER LUTHERAN HEALTH CTR INC reimb 1,654.55
PITZENBERGER ANTHONY rent 225.00
POWESHIEK WATER ASSOC wtr 620.25
R&S PROPERTY MGMT INC rent 475.00
REGIONAL HEALTH SVCS OF HOWARD CO reimb 2,644.85
RIDGE VILLAGE misc 275.00
RIVERLOOP AMPHITHEATRE INC
rent 50.00
SARTORI MEML HOSPITAL INC
reimb 4,102.56
SELVEDINA rent 425.00
STONE HOLDINGS rent 225.00
UPS svc 37.63
UNITY POINT – ALLEN HOSP
svc 3,319.41
UTSLER SANDRA OR DANIEL J
rent 275.00
VETERANS MEML HOSPITAL
reimb 538.33
VISA misc 740.00
VISA misc 23.88
WASTE MGMT OF WI-MN svc 2,048.93
WLOO WATER WORKS wtr 2,222.70
WELLINGTON PARK APTS rent 225.00
WINNESHIEK CO BOARD OF HLTH reimb 1,043.64
WINNESHIEK CO EMS ASSOC
reimb 3,780.00
WITHAM AUTO CTR misc 3,087.56
CONKLING RENE mil 23.40
HOFFMAN DIANE food 38.00
HOSTETLER, BRENDA food 38.00
NORTHLAND AMY mil 31.82
STOCKDALE MAUREEN mil 224.42
WEISERT, WILLIAM food 126.00
SOMMERFELT FAMILY HOUSING
rent 200.00
STOCKS, NICHOLAS fuel 7.90
GENERAL SUPPLEMENTAL FUND
IA DEPT OF REV state pay 241.00
IPERS ipers 1,847.84
IRS fed pay 387.92
NATIONWIDE RETIREMENT SOLUTIONS def com 355.00
SSA fica 939.06
COURIER publ 7.86
FOUR OAKS INC svc 3,592.05
JACKSON , NEIL F mil 7.80
POPP, PENELOPE pct off 231.70
SCHNEIDER, LINDA pct off 226.63
WALTERS LARRY mil 43.29
SHOWALTER, KAREN mil 49.92
BAGNALL, PAT pct off 255.46
BENSON , JANICE pct off 220.00
CEDAR HGTS PRESBYTERIAN CH
rent 30.00
CENTRAL IA JUVENILE DET CTR
svc 7,710.00
DEBORD, GEORGE pct off 306.65
DEMMER, JANE pct off 293.79
DOTZLER, REBECCA S pct off 180.14
DUBUQUE CO rent 1,840.29
EDELNANT, JAY pct off 222.34
EDELNANT, VICKI pct off 224.68
EHMEN , JAMES pct off 288.72
ENGELKES , CLOIS pct off 291.44
GUETZLAFF , DEBRA pct off 81.00
GUETZLAFF, JENNIFER pct off 147.85
GUTHRIE-LOVELL, DORISpct off 483.31
JESSEN , MARGARET pct off 228.58
JOHNSON , ANN pct off 297.02
LAVELLE, KAREN S pct off 62.67
LOVELL , LYNN RALPH pct off 280.92
MCCLAIN , GREG pct off 229.36
MCCOLLOUGH , GAIL E pct off 278.58
MOWERY, THERESA pct off 200.00
MULLNIX , MARTHA pct off 233.65
NEELY , CONNIE J pct off 235.60
NEMMERS, CAROL pct off 227.41
NORRIS , KATHLEEN pct off 84.15
OWCZAREK , ESTHER M pct off 224.68
RAVN , DOROTHY SUE pct off 220.00
RAVN , LARRY W pct off 237.94
REKERS , MARY pct off 382.20
SCHLICHER , MARY pct off 227.80
SCHMITZ, JUDY pct off 55.60
SCHNATHORST, BARBARA
pct off 298.19
SCHNOCK, TAMMERLANE
pct off 231.31
SHIMPACH , VIRGINIA pct off 225.46
SPAKE, DAVID L pct off 341.99
TEGTMEIER, ALINE J pct off 66.57
WITZEL, BARBARA pct off 292.23
COUNTY SERVICES FUND
IA DEPT OF REV state pay 882.60
IPERS ipers 6,315.75
IRS fed pay 1,542.37
NATIONWIDE RETIREMENT SOLUTIONS def com 177.50
SSA fica 2,969.02
CEDAR VALLEY UNITED WAY
oth pay 10.00
CDW GOVERNMENT INC eq 1,340.05
MATT PARROTT/STOREY KENWORTHY eq 12,256.12
RITE PRICE OFFICE SUPL INC
supl 274.52
BAILEY JACKIE mil 248.88
BATES, FELICIA mil 458.25
DOWELL KAREN reimb 361.35
KIEFER, APRIL reimb 123.33
SHELTON, BECKY mil 405.60
DEHECK, JHANNA reimb 199.14
RURAL BASIC FUND
IA DEPT OF REV state pay 2,039.50
IPERS ipers 19,643.85
IRS fed pay 4,479.54
NATIONWIDE RETIREMENT SOLUTIONS def com 125.00
SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION fica 7,240.82
BHC LAW ENFORCEMENT ASSOC
oth pay 97.50
PECU oth pay 4,379.00
SECONDARY ROADS FUND
IA DEPT OF REV state pay 3,691.00
IPERS ipers 27,191.53
IRS fed pay 7,337.41
NATIONWIDE RETIREMENT SOLUTIONS def com 230.00
NATIONWIDE RETIREMENT SOLUTIONS def com 25.00
SSA fica 12,796.32
CEDAR VALLEY UNITED WAY
oth pay 25.00
ACES svc 22.50
BLACK HILLS ENERGY fuel 19.43
BMC AGGREGATES supl 35,391.08
FIX TIRE CO fuel 107.04
CITY OF HUDSON util 33.15
MANATTS supl 2,704.25
MENARDS CF misc 8.76
MENARDS WLOO misc 100.64
MADISON NATL LIFE INS ins 29.93
PECU oth pay 1,552.50
BHC LANDFILL svc 241.90
CALHOUN-BURNS AND ASSOCIATES INC svc 3,101.00
CF UTILITIES util 6.98
CENTURYLINK tel 47.36
DUNKERTON COOP ELEVATOR
fuel 2,891.55
HUDSON MUNICIPAL ELECTRIC UTIL util 81.58
ISU educ 130.00
LA PORTE CITY UTILITIES util 231.41
LPC CONNECT tel 38.82
MID AMERICAN ENERGY util 31.44
MITCHELL1 svc 220.00
ROCKFORD RIGGING INC eq 66.45
SOUTHWEST HEALTH svc 173.00
STETSON BLDG PRODUCTS
prts 646.00
JAIL COMMISSARY FUND
IA DEPT OF REV state pay 31.00
IPERS ipers 377.10
IRS fed pay 95.54
SSA fica 198.02
KEEFE SUPL CO food 1,273.54
MCKEE FOODS food 109.56
DICKEYS PRINTING supl 650.00
STEARNS WEAR supl 245.00
RURAL SEWER FUND
URBAN SVCS svc 1,045.00
INSURANCE TRUST FUND
NAVITUS HEALTH SOLUTIONS
ins 43,465.50
PREFERRED ONE INS CO
ins 81,208.42
PERSPECTIVE CONSULTING PARTNERS ins 10,000.00
ISAC ins 1,781.25
US TREASURY ins 2,294.40
SELF-INSURED/LIAB,PROP ETC FUND JOHNS AUTO BODY svc 2,192.90
SELF-INSURED/OFFICE EQ REP FUND ACCESS SYSTEMS eq rpr 192.00
FLEXIBLE SPENDING FUND EMPLOYEE BENEFITS CORP
flx sp 4,160.67
SOLID WASTE ADMIN FUND
IA DEPT OF REV state pay 445.00
IPERS ipers 2,621.76
IRS fed pay 932.49
SSA fica 1,263.34
MADISON NATL LIFE INS ins 25.86
EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT FUND
IA DEPT OF REV state pay 165.00
IPERS ipers 1,199.48
IRS fed pay 343.02
NATIONWIDE RETIREMENT SOLUTIONS def com 50.00
SSA fica 576.50
CEDAR VALLEY UNITED WAY
oth pay 3.00
ADVANCED SYSTEMS INC svc 60.74
BERGANKDV TECHNOLOGY & CONSULTING eq 24.59
PEDERSEN DOWIE CLABBY MCCAUSLAND INS ins 3,180.98
US BANK misc 9.99
COUNTY ASSESSOR FUND
IA DEPT OF REV state pay 1,086.00
IPERS ipers 8,596.41
IRS fed pay 2,110.25
NATIONWIDE RETIREMENT SOLUTIONS def com 1,445.00
NATIONWIDE RETIREMENT SOLUTIONS def com 145.00
SSA fica 4,231.40
CEDAR VALLEY UNITED WAY
oth pay 1.00
LEGALSHIELD oth pay 82.15
MADISON NATL LIFE INS ins 26.62
PECU oth pay 2,421.00
INSTITUTE OF IA CERTIFIED ASSESSORS educ 700.00
NE DISTRICT OF IA ASSESSORS
educ 780.00
VISA misc 19.70
AYES: Laylin, Schwartz, Trelka, Little.
NAYS: None.
ABSENT: White.
Resolution adopted.
RECEIVE PROJECT UPDATES FROM DEPARTMENT HEADS/ELECTED OFFICIALS. County Engineer Cathy Nicholas said that the trees are being disposed of at the site of the Cedar Wapsi Road bridge project, and she is hopeful construction will begin soon. Her crews are working 9.5 hour shifts to get gravel roads in shape after the damage done by frost boils. All areas where dust control can be applied are done, and others may be ready at the time of the next application in late July or early August. Little asked how much longer the overtime shifts would continue. Nicholas said some people would probably continue to work overtime for the next 2-3 weeks.
County Treasurer Rita Schmidt said that her Crossroads branch office has been closed due to a break in the connection to the Iowa Department of Transportation. She said she was working with IT Director Kim Veeder and ACES along with IDOT and Crossroad Center to restore the connection, or to continue via internet. She asked that the Board refer any questions to her.
Veterans Affairs Director Yolando Loveless said that he will be promoting awareness of a new federal law that goes into effect January 1, 2020, that includes some blue water Navy veterans in the presumption of herbicide exposure, making them eligible for benefits if they have diseases that can be related to Agent Orange. He said that there have been complaints that he hasn’t been seen in the community enough, so he will endeavor to be more available.
County Assessor TJ Koenigsfeld said that on the consent agenda was the statutory notification of protests on properties assessed at $5 million or more. He said so far there are 21 in the Property Assessment Appeal Board and four in district court. Laylin asked how this compares to other years. Koenigsfeld said that this is pretty light.
Moved by Trelka, seconded by Laylin that the MINUTES of the Board Meeting held July 2, 2019 be and are hereby approved as submitted. Motion carried.
CONSENT AGENDA
Schwartz moved the following RESOLUTION seconded by Trelka.
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
GENERAL BASIC 14,239.74 EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 14,239.74
GENERAL SUPPLEMENTAL 1,587,083.25 GENERAL FUND 1,587,083.25
GENERAL BASIC 238,689.50 SECONDARY ROADS 238,689.50
RURAL BASIC 633,776.50 SECONDARY ROADS 633,776.50
GENERAL BASIC 632,974.00 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT 632,974.00
SECONDARY ROADS 122,108.79 SECONDARY ROADS 122,108.79
2. The CERTIFICATE OF INSURANCE for Blacktop Service Company and Presto-X.
3. The Sheriff’s MONTHLY REPORT of fees as of June 28, 2019.
B. TO RECEIVE AND PLACE ON FILE WITH THE COUNTY AUDITOR
1. The PROTEST ON PROPERTIES assessed for five million dollars or more as submitted by T.J. Koenigsfeld, Black Hawk County Assessor.
2. The MANURE MANAGEMENT PLAN (MMP) update submitted by William Delagardelle d/b/a B T Pork Facility ID #62386 located in Lester Township, Section Twenty-One (21) at 6727 Owen Road, Dunkerton, in Black Hawk County pursuant to 567 Iowa Administrative Code §455B.
3. The MANURE MANAGEMENT PLAN (MMP) update submitted by Jerald Fruchtenicht Facility ID #62864 located in Black Hawk Township, Section Six-Teen (16) at 6509 Shaulis Road, Cedar Falls, in Black Hawk County pursuant to 567 Iowa Administrative Code §455B.
4. The MANURE MANAGEMENT PLAN (MMP) update submitted by John Lichty d/b/a TerraView Farms Facility ID#57644 located at 8110 Ansborough Road, Waterloo, in Black Hawk County pursuant to 567 Iowa Administrative Code §455B.
5. The OPERATING REPORT from Waterloo Water Works for 2018.
AYES: Laylin, Schwartz, Trelka, Little.
NAYS: None.
ABSENT: White. Resolution adopted.
CONSENT AGENDA ENDS
Laylin moved the following resolution seconded by Trelka.
BE IT HEREBY RESOLVED that the AGREEMENT between Black Hawk County and District Court Administration to lease 36 parking stalls in the East 6th and Lafayette Street parking lot for juror parking in the amount of $900/month be approved and for the Chair to sign for same as recommended by Rory Geving, Maintenance Superintendent.
AYES: Laylin, Schwartz, Trelka, Little.
NAYS: None.
ABSENT: White. Resolution adopted
Schwartz moved the following resolution seconded by Laylin.
BE IT HEREBY RESOLVED that the TERMINATION NOTICE received from Grin & Grow Daycare, effective May 2, 2019, for the lease agreement between Black Hawk County and Grin & Grow for the use of space in the Pinecrest Building be approved.
AYES: Laylin, Schwartz, Trelka, Little.
NAYS: None.
ABSENT: White. Resolution adopted.
Laylin moved the following resolution seconded by Trelka.
BE IT HEREBY RESOLVED that the CONTRACT between Black Hawk County and Ray’s Excavating LLC, for project #L-3008 FY20 RCP Culverts on Pioneer Drive and Union Circle in Black Hawk County with a total bid of $32,147.00 (Completion Date: September 30, 2019, Liquidated Damages: $600 per day) be approved and direct the Chair to sign for same and to receive and place on file the Contractor’s Bond and Certificate of Insurance as recommended by Catherine Nicholas, County Engineer.
Nicholas said that her crew normally does culvert installations but with the excess work on gravel roads and other culverts she decided to put together a small bid package.
AYES: Laylin, Schwartz, Trelka, Little.
NAYS: None.
ABSENT: White. Resolution adopted.
Laylin moved the following resolution seconded by Schwartz.
BE IT HEREBY RESOLVED that the IRS FORM 720 to remit payment of $2,294.40 for the County’s Patient Centered Outcomes Research Institute fee for the 2017-2018 plan year, as required by the Affordable Care Act, be approved and direct the chair to sign, as recommended by Stacy Wanderscheid and Renee McPhee, Perspective Consulting Partners, LLC.
Systems/Real Estate Tax Manager Helen Steffen said this will be required one more year after this.
AYES: Laylin, Schwartz, Trelka, Little.
NAYS: None.
ABSENT: White. Resolution adopted.
Moved by Schwartz, seconded by Laylin that the GROUNDS USE REQUEST for Grin & Grow Ltd. to use the Pinecrest parking lot on Saturday, July 13, 2019 for a yard and garage sale be approved and for the Chair to sign the permission letter, conditional to the receipt of the certificate of insurance. Motion carried.
Laylin moved the following resolution seconded by Schwartz.
BE IT HEREBY RESOLVED that the BRIDGE EMBARGO establishing vehicle and load limits for structure #75820 crossing Elk Run Creek located on Osage Road east of Elk Run Road North line of Section 34, T89N, R12W with a load limit of one truck on the bridge be approved and that signs be erected advising of the permissible maximum weights as recommended by Catherine Nicholas, County Engineer. (The Black Hawk County Board of Supervisors is empowered under authority of §321.236 Subsection (8), §321.255 and §321.471 to §321.473 of the Code of Iowa to prohibit the operation of vehicles or impose limitations as to the weight thereof on designated highways or highway structures under their jurisdiction.)
Nicholas said that the next five resolutions were responses to a new law that allows certain construction vehicles above normal load limits on Iowa bridges. She said that all counties were tasked with evaluating their bridges in this light, and she hired a structural engineer who recommended these embargoes. Schwartz said he appreciated her diligence in protecting the county’s infrastructure and citizens from the reckless actions of the state legislature.
AYES: Laylin, Schwartz, Trelka, Little.
NAYS: None.
ABSENT: White. Resolution adopted.
Schwartz moved the following resolution seconded by Laylin.
BE IT HEREBY RESOLVED that the BRIDGE EMBARGO establishing vehicle and load limits for structure #73890 crossing Spring Creek located on Harmon Road between Garling Road and Bader Road, North line of Section 27, T87N, R11W with a load limit of 26 tons be approved and that signs be erected advising of the permissible maximum weights as recommended by Catherine Nicholas, County Engineer. (The Black Hawk County Board of Supervisors is empowered under authority of §321.236 Subsection (8), §321.255 and §321.471 to §321.473 of the Code of Iowa to prohibit the operation of vehicles or impose limitations as to the weight thereof on designated highways or highway structures under their jurisdiction.)
AYES: Laylin, Schwartz, Trelka, Little.
NAYS: None.
ABSENT: White. Resolution adopted.
Schwartz moved the following resolution seconded by Trelka.
BE IT HEREBY RESOLVED that the BRIDGE EMBARGO establishing vehicle and load limits for structure #75631 crossing Poyner Creek located on Ordway Road between Dubuque Road and Osage Road, West line of Section 31, T89N, R11W with a load limit of 26 tons be approved and that signs be erected advising of the permissible maximum weights as recommended by Catherine Nicholas, County Engineer. (The Black Hawk County Board of Supervisors is empowered under authority of §321.236 Subsection (8), §321.255 and §321.471 to §321.473 of the Code of Iowa to prohibit the operation of vehicles or impose limitations as to the weight thereof on designated highways or highway structures under their jurisdiction.)
AYES: Laylin, Schwartz, Trelka, Little.
NAYS: None.
ABSENT: White. Resolution adopted.
Laylin moved the following resolution seconded by Schwartz.
BE IT HEREBY RESOLVED that the BRIDGE EMBARGO establishing vehicle and load limits for structure #76021 crossing a tributary to Crane Creek located on Marquis Road between Raymond Road and Tahoe Ave (Bremer County), North line of Section 6, T90N, R11W with a load limit of 32 tons be approved and that signs be erected advising of the permissible maximum weights as recommended by Catherine Nicholas, County Engineer. (The Black Hawk County Board of Supervisors is empowered under authority of §321.236 Subsection (8), §321.255 and §321.471 to §321.473 of the Code of Iowa to prohibit the operation of vehicles or impose limitations as to the weight thereof on designated highways or highway structures under their jurisdiction.)
AYES: Laylin, Schwartz, Trelka, Little.
NAYS: None.
ABSENT: White. Resolution adopted.
Laylin moved the following resolution seconded by Schwartz.
BE IT HEREBY RESOLVED that the BRIDGE EMBARGO establishing vehicle and load limits for structure #74871 crossing a tributary to Crane Creek located on Jesup Road between Fox Road and Indian Creek Road, West line of Section 14, T88N, R11W with a load limit of 33 tons be approved and that signs be erected advising of the permissible maximum weights as recommended by Catherine Nicholas, County Engineer. (The Black Hawk County Board of Supervisors is empowered under authority of §321.236 Subsection (8), §321.255 and §321.471 to §321.473 of the Code of Iowa to prohibit the operation of vehicles or impose limitations as to the weight thereof on designated highways or highway structures under their jurisdiction.)
AYES: Laylin, Schwartz, Trelka, Little.
NAYS: None.
ABSENT: White. Resolution adopted.
Schwartz moved the following resolution seconded by Trelka.
BE IT HEREBY RESOLVED that the TAX SALE CERTIFICATE ASSIGNMENT for a vacant lot (Parcel 8913-24-303-008) located in Waterloo, Iowa, pursuant to §446.31 of the Code of Iowa be approved and said Certificate of Purchase of Tax sale be assigned to Iowa Heartland Habitat for Humanity with a TAX SALE assignment fee of $10.00 and the tax payment of $108.00 as recommended by Rita Schmidt, County Treasurer.
AYES: Laylin, Schwartz, Trelka, Little.
NAYS: None.
ABSENT: White. Resolution adopted.
ANY REPORTS OR INFORMATION FROM THE BOARD. Trelka said that he attended the Cedar Falls meeting to discuss that city’s annexation of 240 acres to expand its industrial park. The city owns 200 acres of the plot, and the other owners are being voluntarily annexed.
The Board of Supervisors recessed at 9:22 am and reconvened at 10:15 am.
Trelka moved the following resolution seconded by Schwartz.
BE IT HEREBY RESOLVED that pursuant to the provisions of the Iowa Open Meetings Law, by the Authority of the Code of Iowa, Chapter 21.5(1)(i) the Black Hawk County Board of Supervisors shall proceed into closed session for the purpose:
1. To discuss the professional competency of individuals whose appointment, hiring or performance is being considered when necessary to prevent needless and irreparable injury to that individual’s reputation and the individual requests a closed session.
AYES: Laylin, Schwartz, Trelka, Little.
NAYS: None.
ABSENT: White. Resolution adopted.
The Board of Supervisors met in closed session.
The Board’s closed session went into recess at 11:32 am.
The Board returned to closed session at 12:25 pm.
The Board’s closed session went into another recess at 12:50 pm.
The Board returned to closed session at 3:00 pm on Wednesday, 7/10/2019.
Moved by Trelka, seconded by Schwartz that the Board of Supervisors meeting in closed session be adjourned. Motion carried.
On motion and vote the meeting adjourned. 3:31 pm on 7/10/2019.
Tom Little, Chair, Board of Supervisors
Grant Veeder, County Auditor
Helen R. Steffen, Systems/Real Estate Tax Manager

Black Hawk County Solid Waste Management Commission – June 27, 2019

BLACK HAWK COUNTY SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT COMMISSION MEETING MINUTES for June 27, 2019
Commission Members Present: Brian Heath, John Mardis, and Randy Bennett. In Attendance: John Foster, Matt Sweers, Brian Christensen, Lyndsey Anderson, Tammy Turner, Matt Craft and Dave Dobbs. Chairman Heath meeting to order at 10:00 a.m., in the City Council Chambers, City Hall, Waterloo, IA. Motion to approve received agenda made by Bennett, seconded by Mardis.Motion carried. No public comments were received. Motion by Bennett, seconded by Mardis, to approve minutes from the May 23, 2019 meeting. Motion carried.
Mardis resolved warrants be issued in payment of claims submitted (see list) and approval of financial report, seconded by Barrett. Roll call vote: Ayes: Heath, Bennett, Mardis. Resolution 19-016 passed.Mardis proposed preliminarily approving Real Estate Purchase Offer to Lael and Patricia Hoskins and set a public hearing for July 25th, 2019 10:00 a.m. in the Waterloo City Council Chambers. Bennett seconded. Roll call vote: Ayes: Heath, Bennett, Mardis. Resolution 19-017 passed.
Mardis proposed preliminarily approving the Real Estate Purchase offer from to Lael, Patricia and Dale Hoskins and set a public hearing for July 25th, 2019 10:00 a.m., Bennett seconded. Roll call vote: Ayes: Heath, Bennett, Mardis. Resolution 19-018 passed. Mardis proposed a resolution preliminarily approving the Real Estate Purchase Offer to Larry Hoskins and set a public hearing for July 25th, 2019 10:00 a.m., Bennett seconded. Roll call vote: Ayes: Heath, Bennett, Mardis. Resolution 19-019 passed.
No New Business was considered. Mardis motioned to adjourn, Bennett seconded, carried unanimously. Meeting adjourned at 10:23 a.m.
Schedule of Bills:
3E Electrical Engineering 450.00
AECOM 45,060.39
Anderson, Lyndsey 11.02
Black Hawk County Auditor 13,431.00
Carney, Alexander, Marold & Co., L.L.P. 1,840.00
Cedar Falls Utilities 65.00
CenturyLink 244.11
City of Cedar Falls 3,036.19
City of Waterloo 13,236.80
Courier Communications 70.77
Creative Impact Company, LLC 50.00
Fifth Street Tire 163.65
Foster, John 416.18
INRCOG 520.35
Iowa DNR, LQB 75,465.60
Iowa DNR – AQB 1,304.10
J.A. King & Company LLC 3,519.66
JB Holland Construction, Inc. 2,497.43
La Porte City Printing & Design, Inc. 46.19
Menards 73.91
MidAmerican Energy 589.82
Midrange Consulting & Services 308.75
RC Systems 130.00
Sandee’s 66.10
Test America 11,727.00
Treasurer – State of Iowa 4,727.00
Turner, Tammy 249.11
US Cellular 104.42
Waste Tech, Inc. 245,979.97
Waterloo Water Works 35.10

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