Category: Legal Notice

Black Hawk County Board of Supervisors – May 15, 2018

  Waterloo, Iowa May 15, 2018
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, Tom Little, Frank Magsamen, Chris Schwartz and Craig White, Chair.
Absent: None.
Unless otherwise noted, all actions were approved unanimously.
Moved by Little, seconded by Schwartz that the AGENDA be received and place on file with the County Auditor as approved. Motion carried.
Laylin moved the following resolution seconded by Schwartz.
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
COLLECTION SVC CTR oth pay 813.01
IRS fed pay 55,365.16
IA DEPT OF REV state pay 28,585.51
SSA fica 94,890.68
BHC SHERIFF oth pay 385.42
CEDAR VALLEY UNITED WAY
oth pay 180.50
BAUER BUILT TIRE prts/lbr 172.32
BICKLEY, MARK svc 525.00
CDW GOVERNMENT INC sftwr 776.66
COURIER publ 179.22
DAN DEERY MOTOR CO INC
prts/lbr 12,083.63
DUNCAN, TARA svc 420.00
EHRLICH , BETH svc 6.00
EQUIFAX INFO SVCS svc 20.00
FORD JILL S svc 68.50
FULLER, ANGELA svc 1,015.00
HAUGEBAK, DOROTHY rent 1,000.00
INQUIREHIRE svc 47.00
KLENK, BRENDA L B svc 247.00
MARCO INC maint 50.14
MATT PARROTT/STOREY KENWORTHY supl 520.34
METRO INVESTMENTS MULTI UNIT rent 935.00
NAPHCARE INC svc 98,957.52
ON SITE INFO DESTRUCTION
svc 363.85
P&M REAL ESTATE rent 200.00
PER MAR SECURITY SVCS
svc 1,853.78
PLUNKETTS PEST CONTROL INC
svc 36.00
RACOM CORP svc 95.00
RITE PRICE OFFICE SUPL INC
supl 501.89
SHAHRIARI DARIA svc 76.50
STRAND JEANNE svc 110.25
VISITING NURSING ASSOC
reimb 1,685.75
WEBER PAPER CO supl 5,420.71
WEX BANK misc 821.86
DEWITT GABRIELLE mil 39.78
FROHWEIN SANDRA mil 78.82
PIKORA, JOSHUA misc 1,094.39
VEEDER GRANT misc 82.14
AFSCME IOWA COUNCIL 61
oth pay 661.71
BHC LAW ENFORCEMENT ASSOC
oth pay 477.50
COMMUNITY HEALTH CHARITIES IA oth pay 8.00
IUPAT DISTRICT COUNCIL 81
oht 568.21
LEGALSHIELD oth pay 214.65
MADISON NATL LIFE INS ins 83.66
NATIONWIDE RETIREMENT
def com 4,490.00
NATIONWIDE RETIREMENT
def com 1,087.50
PECU oth pay 23,760.00
5K PROPERTIES rent 200.00
ABD PROPERTY MGMT rent 900.00
ALL STATE RENTAL eq rent 321.25
BLACK HAWK WASTE DISPOSAL
eq rent 56.00
CEDAR BEND HUMANE SOCIETY INC alloc 2,229.03
CF UTILITIES util 2,116.08
CEDAR VALLEY COMM SUPPORT SVC rent 200.00
COMPRESSED AIR & EQUIP CO
eq rpr 840.75
COURIER publ 175.50
COVENANT MED CTR INC svc 1,248.00
CRESCENT ELECTRIC SUPL CO
supl 64.00
DALLAS CO svc 43.91
DICKEYS PRINTING supl 115.00
DIGITAL OFFICE SOLUTIONS
svc 204.08
DOLLESLAGER RICK reimb 600.00
ECOLAB CTR supl 598.27
EPM IOWA rent 475.00
FAR MOORE rent 200.00
FERGUSON ENTERPRISES INC
eq 584.18
GLOBAL EQUIP eq 609.95
GREENRIDGE APTS rent 225.00
GREENWAY svc 2,861.82
HELPING HANDS HEALTHCARE SOLUTIONS svc 1,241.50
HUDSON PRINTING CO INC
publ 1,545.59
INDISPOSABLES supl 238.50
IOWA CO ATTORNEYS ASSOC
educ 65.00
IA STATE MEDICAL EXAMINER
svc 29,277.09
JAYTECH INC svc 4,282.77
JOHNSON , LINDA svc 52.00
JONES , MICHAEL K rent 225.00
KH PROPERTIES rent 400.00
KIRSCHENMAN, MARY rent 225.00
KODIAGA, ISRAEL J svc 250.00
LOCKE FUNERAL HOME INC
svc 1,746.70
MCCARTER JOHN L svc 50.00
MEDIACOM svc 199.95
METRO INVESTMENTS LLC rent 500.00
MID AMERICAN ENERGY util 18,556.30
MID AMERICAN ENERGY/SPEC ACCT util 133.00
NAPA AUTO PARTS prts 26.02
NORTH IOWA REPORTING svc 34.50
OFFICE DEPOT supl 405.60
PEDERSEN DOWIE CLABBY MCCAUSLAND INS svc 155.00
POHL, JEREMY educ 989.38
PROSHIELD FIRE PROTECTION
svc 1,857.75
QUALITY CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION rent 325.00
SACRED HEART CHURCH rent 150.00
SAMS WHOLESALE CLUB supl 144.20
SESTERHENN, LISA misc 965.14
SHRED MASTER INC svc 48.16
SIMPLEXGRINNELL eq rpr 745.00
SPAHN AND ROSE LUMBER CO
supl 1,371.23
STAR EQUIPMENT LTD eq rpr 33.47
SWISHER & COHRT svc 74.00
TEDS HOME AND HARDWARE
supl 51.43
TITAN PROPERTY INVESTMENT
rent 250.00
TREAT AMERICA educ 17.02
US CELLULAR svc 1,162.99
VERIDIAN CREDIT UNION svc 1,050.00
VERIZON WIRELESS svc 429.65
VISA misc 202.86
WATERFALLS CAR WASH lbr 59.80
WATERLOO MILLS CO supl 63.75
WATERLOO WATER WORKS wtr 58.83
WINDSTREAM IOWA COMMUNICATIONS tel 199.88
XEROX CORP svc 171.88
HAHN KATHLEEN svc 34.71
SELBY, TOKI misc 224.30
STEINMEYER SARAH misc 199.80
WILLIAMS JANET R mil 46.18
JILL KLUESNER CONSULTING
educ 50.00
GENERAL SUPPLEMENTAL FUND
IRS fed pay 386.09
IA DEPT OF REV state pay 267.01
SSA fica 908.10
VEEDER GRANT educ 44.46
NATIONWIDE RETIREMENT
def com 300.00
CENTRAL IA JUVENILE DET CTR
svc 8,868.00
CLERK OF DISTRICT COURT svc 60.00
ECTOR CO CLERK svc 23.00
FAMILIES FIRST COUNSELING
educ 750.00
N IA JUVENILE DETENTION SVCS
svc 8,271.91
COUNTY SERVICES FUND
IRS fed pay 1,912.85
IA DEPT OF REV state pay 1,058.56
SSA fica 3,344.04
CEDAR VALLEY UNITED WAY
oth pay 18.00
LEISTIKOW, ASHLEY reimb 346.98
IUPAT DISTRICT COUNCIL 81 oth pay 21.60
NATIONWIDE RETIREMENT
def com 165.00
PECU oth pay 25.00
BUTLER CO AUDITOR svc 2,214,018.45
RURAL BASIC FUND
IRS fed pay 4,293.86
IA DEPT OF REV state pay 2,149.32
SSA fica 7,024.14
BHC LAW ENFORCEMENT ASSOC
oth pay 97.50
NATIONWIDE RETIREMENT
def com 125.00
PECU oth pay 3,366.50
SECONDARY ROADS FUND
IRS fed pay 6,933.20
IA DEPT OF REV state pay 3,745.96
SSA fica 12,158.02
CEDAR VALLEY UNITED WAY
oth pay 25.00
ACES svc 31.50
BHC TREASURER svc 48.84
BMC AGGREGATES supl 1,439.03
CITY OF CEDAR FALLS svc 77.41
DAN DEERY MOTOR CO INC supl 18.62
FIX TIRE CO fuel 133.87
HOUSBY HEAVY EQUIP svc 25.56
KWIK TRIP INC fuel 639.55
MENARDS CF prts 61.90
NORTHLAND PRODUCTS CO
supl 1,659.14
STERLING COMPUTERS CORP
eq 1,700.25
WEBER PAPER CO supl 225.68
MADISON NATL LIFE INS ins 28.21
NATIONWIDE RETIREMENT
def com 630.00
NATIONWIDE RETIREMENT
def com 25.00
PECU oth pay 1,897.00
AIRGAS NORTH CENTRAL supl 4.80
BLACK HAWK WASTE DISPOSAL
svc 108.00
CF UTILITIES util 81.98
CENTURYLINK tel 61.79
CENTURYLINK tel 43.88
CINTAS CORP svc 57.40
CONSOLIDATED ENERGY HARTLAND fuel 2,688.51
DUNKERTON COOP ELEVATOR
fuel 1,361.62
E CENTRAL IA COOP fuel 6,500.83
EGGENA, JOAN misc 100.00
GIERKE ROBINSON CO svc 11.93
IIW ENGINEERS & SURVEYORS
svc 10,321.44
MAR-HAN INC supl 240.50
MID AMERICAN ENERGY util 1,436.61
MITCHELL1 svc 215.00
MURPHY TRACTOR & EQUIP CO
prts 229.57
NAPA AUTO PARTS prts 20.38
PAUL NIEMANN CONSTRUCTION
supl 3,474.10
RASMUSSON CO eq 675.00
SHUCK BRITSON INC svc 137.00
STETSON BLDG PRODUCTS
supl 368.40
JAIL COMMISSARY FUND
IRS fed pay 91.71
IA DEPT OF REV state pay 31.64
SSA fica 190.48
BOB BARKER CO INC supl 3,001.92
KEEFE SUPL CO food 1,766.14
MCKEE FOODS food 78.18
PENNY MARKETING supl 88.80
SAMS WHOLESALE CLUB food 813.74
VERIZON WIRELESS svc 714.60
CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PLAN FUND FASTENAL CO eq 2,850.12
JOHNSTONE SUPL supl 345.10
INSURANCE TRUST FUND
NAVITUS HEALTH SOLUTIONS
ins 20,745.30
PREFERRED ONE INS CO
ins 123,694.94
PREFERRED ONE INS CO
ins 72,002.31
MADISON NATL LIFE INS ins 1,154.59
SELF INSURED/LIAB,PROP ETC FUND RYDELL CHEVROLET INC
eq rpr 5,063.29
SELF INSURED/OFFICE EQ REP FUND ACCESS SYSTEMS eq rpr 869.76
ADVANCED SYSTEMS INC maint 80.75
FLEXIBLE SPENDING FUND EMPLOYEE BENEFITS CORP
flx sp 2,747.39
SOLID WASTE ADMIN FUND
IRS fed pay 447.92
IA DEPT OF REV state pay 247.45
SSA fica 655.02
MADISON NATL LIFE INS ins 26.10
E911 SERVICE COMMISSION FUND FARMERS MUTUAL TELEPHONE CO tel 132.76
AMERICAN TOWER CORP
eq rent 1,999.42
LPC CONNECT tel 246.78
MID AMERICAN ENERGY util 206.40
US CELLULAR eq rent 2,496.00
EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT FUND
IRS fed pay 332.10
IA DEPT OF REV state pay 172.85
SSA fica 556.84
CEDAR VALLEY UNITED WAY
oth pay 3.00
NATIONWIDE RETIREMENT
def com 50.00
COUNTY ASSESSOR FUND
IRS fed pay 1,943.90
IA DEPT OF REV state pay 1,161.25
SSA fica 4,130.22
CEDAR VALLEY UNITED WAY oth pay 1.00
BHC TREASURER svc 10,799.26
LEGALSHIELD oth pay 57.20
MADISON NATL LIFE INS ins 25.09
NATIONWIDE RETIREMENT
def com 1,295.00
NATIONWIDE RETIREMENT
def com 145.00
PECU oth pay 2,441.00
AYES: Laylin, Little, Magsamen, Schwartz, White.
NAYS: None.
Resolution adopted.
Magsamen moved the following resolution seconded by Schwartz.
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
ABDUR RAHIM MD svc 1,521.25
ANDERSON ERICKSON DAIRY
food 616.96
BHC TREASURER svc 275,629.32
BLACK HAWK RENTAL eqp 155.70
CF UTILITIES util 67.50
CHERYL DAVIS SAUERBREI
svc 2,054.75
DIRECT SUPPLY INC supl 485.94
EARTHGRAINS BAKING CO
food 220.22
ECOLAB INSTITUTIONAL svc 372.67
HPSI PURCHASING SVCS svc 50.00
LIDDLES ECOWATER SYSTEMS
util 388.68
MARTIN BROS food 9,281.44
MARTIN HEALTH SVCS svc 7,351.72
MCKESSON MEDICAL-SURGICAL
supl 1,069.50
NUCARA HOME MEDICAL supl 99.20
ON-SITE INFO DESTRUCTION
svc 56.94
UNITYPOINT AT HOME svc 2,386.38
AYES: Laylin, Little, Magsamen, Schwartz, White.
NAYS: None.
Resolution adopted.
RECEIVE PROJECT UPDATES FROM DEPARTMENT HEADS/ELECTED OFFICIALS. County Engineer Cathy Nicholas said gravel roads are nearly all prepared to receive dust control, and dust control contractors should be in the area in the next week or so. She said the river has receded, and was found to have caused minimal damage to roads.
Moved by Little, seconded by Schwartz that the MINUTES of the Board Meeting held May 8, 2018 be and are hereby approved as submitted. Motion carried.
CONSENT AGENDA
Magsamen moved the following RESOLUTION seconded by Laylin.
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
SECONDARY ROADS 16,359.35 INSURANCE TRUST 16,359.35
GENERAL FUND – DHS 10,708.38 GENERAL FUND – MAINTEN. 10,708.38
SOCIAL SERVICES 114.90 GENERAL FUND – DHS 114.90
SOCIAL SERVICES 13.58 GENERAL FUND – DHS 13.58
SOCIAL SERVICES 988.96 GENERAL FUND – MAINTEN. 988.96
GENERAL FUND – COMM. 2,362.27 GENERAL FUND – MAINTEN. 2,362.27
2. The CERTIFICATE OF INSURANCE for Aspro Inc., C J Moyna & Sons Inc., Forterra Inc., Jordan Hoeppner, and Union Pacific Railroad Company.
B. TO RECEIVE AND PLACE ON FILE WITH THE COUNTY AUDITOR
1. The PERMIT FOR UTILITY WORK WITHIN THE RIGHT-OF-WAY for David W. Kleft, UI Business Manager, Iowa City, Iowa to place a bridge sensor utility on bridge (FHWA #76130) over Crane Creek on North Pilot Grove Road, as recommended by Catherine Nicholas, County Engineer.
AYES: Laylin, Little, Magsamen, Schwartz, White.
NAYS: None. Resolution adopted.
CONSENT AGENDA ENDS
Magsamen moved the following resolution seconded by Laylin.
BE IT HEREBY RESOLVED that the MASTER SERVICE AGREEMENT between Black Hawk County and ACES providing licenses for software, hardware, support and maintenance services, and/or subscriptions services at a monthly recurring expense of $19,820.00 be approved as recommended by Kim Veeder, Information Technology Director.
Magsamen said he supported bringing the services back in-house, but that until a plan was in place, preferably being addressed at budget time, this contract is needed. White and Little said it should have been addressed years earlier.
AYES: Laylin, Magsamen, Schwartz.
NAYS: Little, White. Resolution adopted.
Magsamen moved the following resolution seconded by Laylin.
BE IT HEREBY RESOLVED that HEALTH SERVICES ACCESS AND ADMINISTRATION AGREEMENT between Black Hawk County and PreferredOne Administrative Services providing employee health insurance effective July 1, 2014 including the amendment effective July 1, 2015, be approved as recommended by Debra Bunger, Human Resources Director.
Bunger said that the county’s outside auditors said that the county should have an annual agreement with PreferredOne, and in researching the matter she found this original agreement which had not been signed.
AYES: Laylin, Little, Magsamen, Schwartz, White.
NAYS: None. Resolution adopted.
Magsamen moved the following resolution seconded by Laylin.
BE IT HEREBY RESOLVED that the AMENDMENT #2 to the SUMMARY PLAN DESCRIPTION between Black Hawk County and PreferredOne Administrative Services for both $750.00 and $500.00 Deductible Medical Options effective July 1, 2016 be approved as recommended by Debra Bunger, Human Resources Director.
AYES: Laylin, Little, Magsamen, Schwartz, White.
NAYS: None. Resolution adopted.
Magsamen moved the following resolution seconded by Schwartz.
BE IT HEREBY RESOLVED that the AMENDMENT #4 to the SUMMARY PLAN DESCRIPTION between Black Hawk County and PreferredOne Administrative Services for both $750.00 and $500.00 Deductible Medical Options effective July 1, 2018 be approved as recommended by Debra Bunger, Human Resources Director.
Bunger said the amendment clarifies what will be considered qualifying events that allow employees to make changes in their insurance plans.
AYES: Laylin, Little, Magsamen, Schwartz, White.
NAYS: None. Resolution adopted.
Magsamen moved the following resolution seconded by Laylin.
BE IT HEREBY RESOLVED that CHANGE ORDER #1 received from Kelly Demolition & Excavating, LLC for the demolition of the 2016 Flood Buy-Out Property 5407 Weiden Road in the amount of $510.00 be approved and for Chair to sign.
Magsamen said that demolition at the property unearthed an old driveway two feet under the driveway being removed, and FEMA requires the old driveway to be removed as well.
AYES: Laylin, Little, Magsamen, Schwartz, White.
NAYS: None. Resolution adopted.
Magsamen moved the following resolution seconded by Laylin.
BE IT HEREBY RESOLVED that the LOWEST REASONABLE BID received from Kluesner Construction, Inc., Farley, Iowa for FY19 Crack Seal, Slurry Level & Bridge Joint Clean and Seal at various locations in Black Hawk County with a bid of $50,194.20 (Engineer’s estimate $54,856.00) be approved as recommended by Catherine Nicholas, County Engineer.
Nicholas said this is the lower of two bids received, and that Kluesner has done a good job in the past.
AYES: Laylin, Little, Magsamen, Schwartz, White.
NAYS: None. Resolution adopted.
Laylin moved the following resolution seconded by Schwartz.
BE IT HEREBY RESOLVED that the RENEWAL LETTER from National Insurance Services/Madison National Life for the County’s Group Life Insurance, AD&D Insurance, Voluntary Life Insurance rates for FY19 and FY20 and Long Term Disability Insurance rates for FY19, be approved and the Chair directed to sign as recommended by Debra Bunger, Human Resources Director.
Stacy Wanderscheid of Perspective Consulting said that she was happy to maintain the prior rate at no increase.
AYES: Laylin, Little, Magsamen, Schwartz, White.
NAYS: None. Resolution adopted.
Laylin moved the following resolution seconded by Schwartz.
BE IT HEREBY RESOLVED that the REINSURANCE RENEWAL with HM Insurance Group, effective July 1, 2018, be approved and the Chair directed to sign as recommended by Debra Bunger, Human Resources Director.
Stacy Wanderscheid of Perspective Consulting said that the renewal has an 8% rate increase, but the overall increase in the county’s health plan is 2.3%, which is lower than Perspective’s projection of 5.5%.
AYES: Laylin, Little, Magsamen, Schwartz, White.
NAYS: None. Resolution adopted.
Moved by Little, seconded by Magsamen that the APPOINTMENT of Brad Taylor as a representative for the Engineer’s Office on the Black Hawk County Safety Committee be approved, effective May 15, 2018.
Bunger said the Safety Committee has become too large to be efficient, and she has reduced it through voluntary resignations. The committee is updating the county’s safety policy and she wants members who know a lot about safety. Motion carried.
Moved by Magsamen, seconded by Laylin to direct the County Auditor to advertise for a public hearing to be held at 9:09 a.m. on Tuesday, May 29, 2018 in Board Room 201 of the Black Hawk County Courthouse, 316 E. 5th Street, Waterloo, Iowa on the proposed sale of the Country View Care Facility. Motion carried, Schwartz dissenting.
Moved by Little, seconded by Laylin to direct the County Auditor to advertise for a public hearing to be held at 9:05 a.m. on Tuesday, May 29, 2018 in Board Room 201 of the Black Hawk County Courthouse, 316 E. 5th Street, Waterloo, Iowa on the proposed purchase of one (1) Motor Grader for the Black Hawk County Engineer’s Department. Motion carried.
Moved by Laylin, seconded by Magsamen direct the County Auditor to advertise for a public hearing to be held at 9:05 a.m. on Tuesday, May 29, 2018 in Board Room 201 of the Black Hawk County Courthouse, 316 E. 5th Street, Waterloo, Iowa on the proposed vacation of Oxley Road The east side of Oxley road to ROTH, DANIEL J. and ROTH, DARLENE J. (as tenants in common) legally described as: That part of original County Road No. 294 established at 66 feet width as recorded in Black Hawk County Auditor’s Road Calendar Book B page 44, described as follows: All that part of the West Thirty-three (33.0) feet of the North One Hundred Twenty-five (125.0) feet of the Northwest Quarter of the Southwest Quarter (N.W.1/4-S.W.1/4) of Section 9, Township 88 North, Range 11 West of the Fifth (5th) Principal Meridian (P.M.) in Black Hawk County, Iowa, containing 0.09 Acres (4,125 SqFt.), more or less. Subject to any utility easements, covenants, conditions, restrictions, ordinances and encumbrances of record and not of record. And, The west side of Oxley Rd. (South of Hwy. #20 / I380) to FARRELL, MICHAEL D. and FARRELL, BARBARA J. (Joint Tenancy) legally described as: That part of the East Half of Section No. 8, Township No. 88 North, Range No. 11 West of the Fifth Principal Meridian in Black Hawk County, Iowa; and being that part of the same lands depicted in Plat of Survey File 2009-00024467 as recorded June 17th, 2009 at 11:26 a.m.; being described as follows: All that part of the East Thirty-three (33.0) feet of the North One Hundred Twenty-five (125.0) feet of the Northeast Quarter of the Southeast Quarter (N.E.1/4-S.E.1/4) of Section 8, Township 88 North, Range 11 West of the Fifth (5th) Principal Meridian (P.M.) in Black Hawk County, Iowa, containing 0.09 Acres (4,125 SqFt.), more or less; TOGETHER WITH and INCLUDING, All that part of the East Thirty-three (33.0) feet of the South Forty-eight and five tenths (48.5) feet of the Southeast Quarter of the Northeast Quarter (S.E.1/4-N.E.1/4) of said Section 8, containing 0.04 Acres (1,600.5 SqFt.), more or less; and adjoining on the Northerly side thereof to the South right-of-way line of Iowa Primary Road No. 520 as recorded in Land Deed Book 535 p.611 of said County Recorder records; and further adjoining on the Southerly side thereof to the South line of the Southeast Quarter (S.E.1/4) of said Section 8; and being more specifically bounded by monumentation detailed in aforesaid Plat of Survey of record. Parcel herein described is a portion of original County Road No. 294 established at 66 feet width as recorded in Black Hawk County Auditor’s Road Calendar Book B page 44, containing a TOTAL 0.13 Acres (5,725.5 SqFt.), more or less. Subject to any utility easements, covenants, conditions, restrictions, ordinances and encumbrances of record and not of record.
Moved by Little, seconded by Schwartz that the PERSONNEL REQUISITION for the Assistant County Attorney, (replacement) in the County Attorney’s Office be approved, as recommended by Brian Williams, County Attorney. Motion carried.
Magsamen moved the following resolution seconded by Schwartz.
BE IT HEREBY RESOLVED to RESCIND the bid awarded on April 3, 2018 to A& D Contracting, LLC, New Hartford, IA, in the amount of $46,500.00 for sidewalk repairs and to return the bid security as recommended by Rory Geving, Maintenance Superintendent.
Geving said this bidder was not able to fulfill the requirements of the request for proposal, in particular the performance bond.
AYES: Laylin, Little, Magsamen, Schwartz, White.
NAYS: None. Resolution adopted.
Schwartz moved the following resolution seconded by Laylin.
BE IT HEREBY RESOLVED that the bid received from B&B Builders & Supply, Waterloo, IA, in the amount of $56,336.69 (base bid + alternate #1) for sidewalk repairs be approved and for the Chair to sign the contract conditional to the receipt of the performance bond and certificate of insurance, as recommended by Rory Geving, Maintenance Superintendent.
Little asked what the start date was. Geving said the contractor is currently working in this area and can start right away, with a completion date of June 30.
AYES: Laylin, Little, Magsamen, Schwartz, White.
NAYS: None. Resolution adopted.
At Nine-twenty-three o’clock (9:23) 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 construction permit application for one new 2,510 head deep pit swine finisher confinement building at an existing swine confinement facility for Dave Weber Site located in Section Thirty-six (36), Poyner Township.
Moved by Little, seconded by Laylin to receive and place on file proof of publication of notice of public hearing. Motion carried.
Moved by Little, seconded by Laylin to close the hearing after oral/written comments are received. Kent Krause of the Pinnacle Group said that Weber retains his firm, and he is building a second building exactly like his first. Motion carried.
Moved by Little, seconded by Laylin that the Master Matrix as submitted by Dave Weber Site for the new 2,510 head deep pit swine finisher confinement building at an existing swine confinement facility Existing Confinement Feeding Operation, for Dave Weber Site be approved and direct the County Auditor to submit all oral and written comments, as well as proof of publication to the Department of Natural Resources. Motion carried.
Moved by Magsamen, seconded by Laylin that the application for a new 2,510 head deep pit swine finisher confinement building at an existing swine confinement facility, for Dave Weber Site be approved. Motion carried.
At Nine-twenty-four o’clock (9:24) 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 Maher and Spenner Inc. at 3924 Osage Road to rezone 3.35 acres from “A” Agriculture District to “C” Commercial District for the establishment of a contractor business (plumbing). The property is legally described as: PART OF SW 1/4 SEC 27 T 89 R 12 DESC AS FOLLOWS BEG AT THE SW COR SAID SW 1/4 TH N 0 DEG E 421.59 FT ALONG W LINE SW 1/4 TH S 89 DEG 9 MINS 30 SEC E 310 FT TH S 0 DEG 421.59 FT TO S LINE OF SW 1/4 TH N 89 DEG 9 MIN 30 SEC W 310 FT ALONG S LINE SW 1/4 TO PT OF BEG EXC HWY B 498 P 33 EXC PART OF THE SW 1/4 SEC 27 T 89 R 12 DESC AS COM AT SW COR OF SEC 27 TH S 89 DEG 39 MIN 17 SEC E ALONG E/W 1/4 SEC LINE 59.53 FT TH N 33 FT TO A PT OF INTERSECTION BETWEEN NLY ROW LINE OSAGE RD AND ELY ROW OF ELK RUN RD ALSO THE PT OF BEG TH N ALONG ELY ROW LINE ELK RUN RD 70 FT TH S 43 DEG 26 MIN 08 SEC E 73.40 FT TH S 89 DEG 39 MIN 17 SEC E 303.35 FT TH S 17 FT TO NLY ROW LINE OF OSAGE RD TH N 89 DEG 39 MIN 17 SEC W ALONG NLY ROW 353.37 FT TO PT OF BEG (Approx. 2.39 Acres) Also THE E 103.33 FT OF THE W 413.33 FT OF THE S 421.59 FT OF THE SW 1/4 OF SEC 27 T 89 R 12 EXC ROAD ALSO EXC PART OF THE SW 1/4 SEC 27 T 89 R 12 DESC AS COM AT SW COR OF SEC 27 TH S 89 DEG 39 MIN 17 SEC E ALONG E/W 1/4 SEC LINE 59.53 FT TH N 33 FT TO A PT OF INTERSECTION BETWEEN NLY ROW LINE OSAGE RD AND ELY ROW OF ELK RUN RD ALSO THE PT OF BEG TH N ALONG ELY ROW LINE ELK RUN RD 70 FT TH S 43 DEG 26 MIN 08 SEC E 73.40 FT TH S 89 DEG 39 MIN 17 SEC E 303.35 FT TH S 17 FT TO NLY ROW LINE OF OSAGE RD TH N 89 DEG 39 MIN 17 SEC W ALONG NLY ROW 353.37 FT TO PT OF BEG (Approx .96 Acres)
The Board of Supervisors examined proof of publication of notice and determined that the notice had been published on May 4, 2018 in the Courier in accordance with the requirements of the Code of Iowa.
Moved by Little, seconded by Laylin to receive and place on file proof of publication of notice of public hearing. Motion carried.
Moved by Laylin, seconded by Schwartz to waive the first reading. Motion carried.
Moved by Little, seconded by Laylin to close the hearing and oral and written comments were received and placed on file. Seth Hyberger of Planning and Zoning said the applicant wishes to put a Rotor Rooter business in a current building on the site. He said the Planning and Zoning Commission voted 3-2 to recommend approval. Little asked for the concerns of the nay voters. Hyberger said they thought the business, which will be a half mile from the city limits of Elk Run Heights, should be located within city limits. Motion carried.
Little moved the following resolution seconded by Laylin.
WHEREAS, a public hearing was held on May 15, 2018 at Nine-twenty-four o’clock (9:24) a.m., on the request submitted by Maher and Spenner Inc. at 3924 Osage Road to rezone 3.35 acres from “A” Agriculture District to “C” Commercial District for the establishment of a contractor business (plumbing), 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. 205 to Section VI (B), Rezoning Certain Property” as described on the above request submitted by Maher and Spenner and to consider same for adoption and if adopted would be known as Ordinance no. 77-205, 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: Laylin, Little, Magsamen, Schwartz, White.
NAYS: None. Resolution adopted.
Little moved the following ordinance seconded by Laylin.
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. 205 To Section VI (B), Rezoning Certain Property” as described on the above request submitted by Maher and Spenner and to consider same for adoption and if adopted would be known as Ordinance No. 77-205, 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” Agriculture District to “C” Commercial District, and the ordinance is hereby adopted and known as Ordinance No. 77-205.
AYES: Laylin, Little, Magsamen, Schwartz, White.
NAYS: None. Ordinance adopted.
Little moved the following resolution seconded by Magsamen.
BE IT HEREBY RESOLVED that pursuant to the provisions of the Iowa Open Meetings Law, the Black Hawk County Board of Supervisors shall proceed into CLOSED SESSION at nine-thirty-one a.m. with attorney to discuss the purchase or sale of particular real estate only where premature disclosure could be reasonably expected to increase the price the government body would receive for the property or reduce the price the government body would receive for that property. The minutes and the audio recording of a session closed under this paragraph shall be available for public examination when the transaction discussed is completed pursuant to Iowa Code §21.5(j).
AYES: Laylin, Little, Magsamen, Schwartz, White.
NAYS: None. Resolution adopted.
Moved by Magsamen, seconded by Little to adjourn the Board of Supervisors meeting in CLOSED SESSION. Motion carried.
ANY REPORTS OR INFORMATION FROM THE BOARD. Magsamen said that the county’s LEAN initiative was delayed by an employee’s maternity leave, but he wanted to expand the group of individuals involved in leadership. He said the county will host a LEAN coffee for area businesses to discuss what is working and what they struggle with in incorporating LEAN into their companies. Little said that the county needs multiple trainers so that the program isn’t affected by employees leaving permanently or temporarily. Laylin said the program has been allotted minimal resources.
White said he would be absent from next week’s meeting due accompanying an Honor Flight to Washington, D.C.
On motion and vote the meeting adjourned.
Craig White, Chair, Board of Supervisors
Grant Veeder, County Auditor

City of La Porte City – May 14, 2018

COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS May 14, 2018
The City Council of La Porte City, Iowa met in regular session on 14, 2018. Mayor David Neil called the meeting to order at 7:00 PM with Council Members Jasmine Gaston, Kristi Harrill, Mike Johnson and Brent Sadler. Absent was Council member Tim Smith.
Unless otherwise noted, all actions passed by affirmative and unanimous vote of the council members present.
Moved by Sadler, seconded by Gaston to approve the agenda.
Julie Grote addressed the Council requesting permission to attend a class at the fire department for a CPR instructor class. None of the Council members had any objections to Grote attending the class.
Moved by Sadler, seconded by Harrill to approve the consent agenda including Minutes of April 23, 2018, disbursements totaling $96,296.59, Clerk’s report, Police report and Administrative report for April 2018, Ambulance report for Q1-18 and approval of liquor license for Casey’s and the Lions Club Festival of Trails Beer Tent.
Mayor Neil announced that the time and date had arrived for the PUBLIC HEARING ON FY18 BUDGET AMENDMENT. Moved by Gaston, seconded Harrill to open the public hearing. Moved by Sadler seconded by Johnson to receive and place on file proof of publication. The budget amendment calls for additional expenditures in public safety for police overtime, search and rescue labor and equipment purchases. In public works, additional expenditures were budgeted for labor, vehicle repairs, supplies and work comp insurance. Additional expenditures in recreation and culture include capital improvements to the tennis courts, aquatic center and community center as well as equipment purchases. There were also increased expenditures in administration for a housing study, code updates and the City’s annual audit. Expenditures in the sewer department were reduced by $900,000 as the sewer plant renovation of delayed for another year. This resulted in a next reduction in budgeted expenditure for the City of $652,501. Revenue amendments included additional interest income, road use taxes, fire call fees and contributions for a total increase of $219,087. Mayor Neil asked if there were any written comments, none were received. Mayor Neil asked if there were any comments from those in attendance. Moved by Sadler, seconded by Gaston to close the public hearing.
Moved by Johnson, seconded by Sadler to ADOPT RESOLUTION 18-23 APPROVING FY18 BUDGET AMENDMENT.
Dan MacDonald representing Teamsters Local 238 addressed the City Council regarding a UNION PROPOSAL TO COMBINE BARGAINING UNITS. With the recent legislative changes to Chapter 20 in the Iowa Code, the public works union will lose some bargaining rights that the public safety union will retain. MacDonald proposed combining the two unions so that all bargaining union employees will have the same bargaining rights. The process to combine the unions will require a vote of the two bargaining units.
Teresa Meyer addressed the Council regarding CHAMBER REQUEST TO HOLD FARMERS MARKET IN 200 BLOCK OF MAIN STREET. The farmers market will begin on June 22. Moved by Johnson, seconded by Gaston to approve allowing the farmers market in the 200 block of Main for the 2018 season.
Moved by Johnson, seconded by Gaston to ADOPT RESOLUTION 18-24 SETTING SALARY FOR POLICE OFFICER. The resolution approves the hiring and salary for Garret Husmann as a probationary patrol officer (non-certified) pending satisfactory completion of all pre-employment testing.
Moved by Harrill, seconded by Gaston to ADOPT RESOLUTION 18-25 APPROVING STREET CLOSURES FOR FESTIVAL OF TRAILS CELEBRATION. The celebration will take place June 14 – 17, 2018.
Moved by Sadler, seconded by Johnson to ADOPT RESOLUTION 18-26 SETTING MOSQUITO SPRAYING FEES. The resolution increases the annual fee for mosquito spraying from $5.00 to $8.00.
Moved by Sadler, seconded by Harrill to ADOPT RESOLUTION 18-27 TRANSFERRING FUNDS FROM TIF AND SWEET LOT SALES TO DEBT SERVICE FUND. The resolution approves the transfer of $41,671.85 from the Sweet Lot Sales account in the Capital Projects Fund and $120,000.00 from the Tax Increment Financing Fund to the Debt Service Fund for payments on the Aquatic Center and Sweet Addition bonds.
Moved by Gaston, seconded by Harrill to ADOPT RESOLUTION 18-28 TRANSFERRING FUNDS FROM THE SEWER FUND TO THE DEBT SERVICE FUND. The resolution approves the transfer of $40,805.00 from the Sewer Fund to the Debt Service Fund for payment on the 2012 Street bond.
Moved by Sadler, seconded by Johnson to ADOPT RESOLUTION 18-29 TRANSFERRING FUNDS FROM TIF FUND THE DEBT SERVICE FUND. The resolution approves the transfer of $31,000.00 from the Tax Increment Financing Fund to the Debt Service Fund for payment on the 2016 Bishop Avenue bonds.
Moved by Johnson, seconded by Harrill to ADOPT RESOLUTION 18-30 TO REPAY INTERFUND LOANS FROM ROAD USE TAX, EQUIPMENT RESERVE AND GENERAL FUND TO DEBT SERVICE. The resolution approves the transfer of $1,148.00 from Tax Increment Financing to Road Use Tax, $41,000.00 from Tax Increment Financing to Equipment Reserve and $132.04 from Tax Increment Financing to General Fund to repay interfund loans that were made for Sweet Bond payments.
Moved by Harrill, seconded Gaston to ADOPT RESOLUTION 18-31 TO REPAY INTERFUND LOAN FROM ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT INTEREST PAYMENTS ON ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT LOAN. The resolution approves the transfer of $1,800.00 from the Tax Increment Financing Fund to the Economic Development to pay the interfund loan that was made for interest payments on the Witham economic development loan.
Moved by Harrill, seconded by Sadler to APPROVE POOL HOURS FOR 2018 SEASON. Due to a shortage of lifeguards, pool hours for 2018 will be:
Tuesdays & Thursdays 1:00PM – 4:30 PM, Friday – Sunday 1:00PM – 6:00 PM
Moved by Gaston, seconded by Harrill to APPROVE RESOLUTION 18-32 SETTING POOL FEES FOR 2018. The fees include reduced rates for open swim due to the reduction in open swim hours.
Moved by Gaston, seconded by Sadler to APPROVE RENEWAL OF EMPLOYEE THEFT INSURANCE POLICY AND CYBER CRIME POLICIES. The premium for the crime policy is $641.00 and for the cybercrime policy is $3,066, which, when combined with the Utilities, will make the City’s share approximately $1686.30. Both policies will renew on 4/1/2019.
Moved by Johnson, seconded by Gaston to APPROVE THE APPOINTMENT OF ROBERT THARP TO THE LA PORTE CITY FIRE RESCUE SERVICE AS A PROBATIONARY MEMBER.
Moved by Sadler, seconded by Gaston to APPROVE REPLACEMENT OF AIR CONDITIONING UNIT AT THE COMMUNITY CENTER. Cost for the unit is $2,223.67 and includes installation by St. Clair Plumbing & Heating.
Moved by Johnson seconded by Gaston to APPROVE REPLACEMENT OF CITY HALL ROOF. Quote from Waterloo Building Maintenance to replace roof is $7,645.00 plus $750.00 for masonry repair. The quote also includes patching until the replacement can be completed in FY19.
Moved by Sadler, seconded by Harrill to adjourn at 7:38 PM.
Jane Whittlesey, City Clerk David Neil, Mayor
City of La Porte City
Claims for 5/14/2018
General Fund
Acco, Chemicals 1,363.60
Adv Syst, Cont 190.11
Adv Syst, Cont 24.46
Barz, S 5/6 Catcher’S Gear 224.69
Bergankdv, Computer Repair 27.99
BH Waste Disposal, Cont 15,248.00
Black Hills Energy, Natural Gas 1,116.16
Cash, Rec Starting Change 210.00
CECHFP, Fuel 94.00
City Laundering, Cleaning 321.16
The Courier, Legal Notice 65.42
Davison K, Mileage 81.94
Dream Steam, Cleaning-Pd 147.00
Dutton Braun et al, Legal 1,196.09
EBS, Health Ins Admin 126.11
EFTPS, PR Taxes 8,691.58
EBS, Flex 1,807.34
Home Depot, Supplies 22.98
IA Dept Of Public Safety, Mailbox 300.00
IA League Of Cities, Conf 117.50
IPERS, Pension 7,808.08
LPC Ins, Crime Policy 641.00
LPC Printing, Pubs 122.96
LPC Motor Supply, Supplies 93.66
Miller Window, Window Cleaning 92.00
Monkeytown, Supplies 211.73
Motorhead Mayhem, Repair 761.96
Mutual Of Omaha, Std Ins 84.52
N Croud Company, Domain 149.90
Orkin Pest Control, Pest Control 68.75
P&K Midwest, Repair 991.09
Racom Corp, Edacs Access 26.77
Radio Comm, 1,967.70
Shirt Shack, Rec Shirts 2,273.01
Spence Farm Fertilizer, Tordon 19.43
Stika C, Reimb 64.16
Teamsters, Union Dues 212.56
IA Treas, State Taxes 1,640.08
Varsity Cleaners, Cleaning 36.00
Total General 48,641.49
Road Use Tax Fund
Black Hills Energy, Natural Gas 126.19
CECHFP, Fuel 1,519.96
EFTPS, PR Taxes 1,690.05
IEPRS, Pension 893.79
LPC Motor Supply, Supplies 56.38
Sled Shed, Chain Saw Parts 111.88
Treasurer State Of Iowa, State Taxes 261.64
Total Road Use Tax 4,659.89
Sewer Fund
Cechfp, Fuel 281.99
City Laundering, Uniform Cleaning 198.04
EBS, Health Ins Admin 28.02
EFTPS, PR Taxes 722.92
Home Depot, Supplies 119.93
IPERS, Pension 547.75
Kirkwood CC, Training 475.00
MSA Prof Svc , Watershed Plan 1,800.00
Mutual Of Omaha, Std Ins 21.75
Teamsters, Union Dues 1.44
Test America Inc, Testing 833.70
IA Treasurer, State Taxes 160.84
Total Sewer 5,191.38
Ambulance Fund
Black Hills Energy, Natural Gas 68.86
EFTPS, PR Taxes 143.68
IPERS, Pension 110.07
Monkeytown, Supplies 35.99
Mutual Of Omaha, Std Ins 2.87
Orkin Pest Control, Pest Control 18.27
Racom Corp, Edacs Access 26.77
Scheel, Reimb 376.42
IA Treasurer, State Taxes 24.44
Varsity Cleaners, Cleaning 36.00
Total Ambulance 843.37
Total Accounts Payable 59,336.13
Total Payroll Checks 36,960.46
Report Total 96,296.59
Fund Recap
General Fund 77,759.97
Road Use Tax Fund 9,338.67
Sewer Fund 7,795.56
Ambulance Fund 1,402.39
Grand Total 96,296.59
April 2018 Receipts
General 296,988.44
Equipment Replacement 2,824.14
Economic Development 857.49
Road Use Tax 11,112.73
Employee Benefits 66,480.47
Special Revenue TIF 80,011.68
Debt Service 87,386.25
Capital Projects –
Wolf Creek Rehabilitation
DTR CDBG Grant
Permanent Funds 3,830.01
Sewer 28,859.60
Ambulance 5,153.57
April 2018 Receipts 583,504.38

Union Community School District – 2018 Milk & Bread Bids

PUBLIC NOTICE
Union Community School District
MILK BID
The Union Community School District is requesting sealed bids for milk products for our Union Community School District for the 2018-2019 school year. Sealed bids are due to the Union Community School District, District Office, 200 Adams Street, La Porte City, IA 50651, no later than 12:00 PM, Tuesday, June 12, 2018. No late bids will be accepted. No changes will be allowed after the bid opening date and time specified. Bid opening scheduled on June 12, 2018, at 12:30pm located at Union Community School District, District Boardroom, 200 Adams Street, La Porte City, IA 50651. The outside envelope of these bids must be marked “Milk Bids.” The Union Community School District reserves the right to accept or reject any or all bids in whole or in part and to waive informalities therein. The Union Community School District reserves the right to award the bid as it deems in its best interest. Questions may be referred to Tina Hanna, Food Service Director, 319-476-5100/319-404-3957 (cell) or t_hanna@union.k12.ia.us
BREAD BID
The Union Community School District is requesting bids for Bread products for our Union Community School District for the 2018-2019 school year. Bids are due to the Union Community School District, District Office, 200 Adams Street, La Porte City, IA 50651, no later than 12:00 PM, Tuesday, June 12, 2018. No late bids will be accepted. The outside envelope of these bids must be marked “Bread Bids.” The Union Community School District reserves the right to accept or reject any or all bids in whole or in part and to waive informalities therein. The Union Community School District reserves the right to award the bid as it deems in its best interest. Questions may be referred to Tina Hanna, Food Service Director, 319-476-5100/319-404-3957 (cell) or t_hanna@union.k12.ia.us

Black Hawk County Board of Supervisors – May 8, 2018

  Waterloo, Iowa May 8, 2018
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, Tom Little, Frank Magsamen, Chris Schwartz and Craig White, Chair.
Absent: None.
Unless otherwise noted, all actions were approved unanimously.
Moved by Little, seconded by Laylin that the AGENDA be received and place on file with the County Auditor as approved. Motion carried.
PUBLIC COMMENTS. Country View current employee Melissa Lee and former employee Debra Vivians spoke against the sale of Country View, and said they had gathered over 2,000 names on a petition opposing the sale.
Laylin moved the following resolution seconded by Schwartz.
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 37.27
IPERS ipers 76,580.66
ACES svc 21,228.00
ALTENBAUMER KARLA food 129.00
BAUER BUILT TIRE svc 166.29
BDI eq 129.18
BICKLEY, MARK svc 385.00
CBM MANAGED SVCS food 9,022.00
CDW GOVERNMENT INC eq 166.96
CITY OF CEDAR FALLS fuel 89.46
COTT SYSTEMS svc 3,300.00
COURIER publ 561.72
CTS LANGUAGELINK svc 261.45
DEPT OF CORRECTIONAL SVCS
svc 18,601.30
HAUGEBAK, DOROTHY rent 500.00
IA REG UTILITIES ASSOC wtr 148.92
KRUSE DAVID rent 250.00
MARTIN REALTORS INC rent 225.00
MATT PARROTT/STOREY KENWORTHY supl 149.18
MEADOW RIDGE WLOO rent 250.00
MENARDS WLOO supl 99.34
MIDWEST AUTOMATED TIME SYSTEMS svc 326.70
NEOPOST USA INC supl 33.00
O’KEEFE ELEVATOR CO INC
svc 2,215.00
P&K MIDWEST supl 25.87
PER MAR SECURITY SVCS
svc 1,853.78
PLUNKETTS PEST CONTROL INC
svc 194.00
PPG ARCHITECTURAL FINISHES INC supl 77.87
PTS OF AMERICA svc 915.75
RACOM CORP svc 109.84
RITE PRICE OFFICE SUPL INC
supl 573.38
ROCK STAR REAL ESTATE rent 200.00
SANDEES LTD supl 43.55
SIECH JOSHUA misc 129.00
STERICYCLE INC svc 297.77
WLOO COMM SCHOOLS supl 1,589.05
WEBER PAPER CO supl 186.73
BUNGER DEBRA educ 247.03
HINZ DAVID food 21.00
A & P FOOD EQUIP eq rpr 721.46
ALLAMAKEE CO BOARD OF HEALTH reimb 1,214.52
AT&T svc 171.69
BETTER HOME INVESTORS rent 250.00
BREMER CO reimb 3,600.96
BUCHANAN CO EMS ASSOC
reimb 3,779.19
BUCHANAN CO PUBLIC HEALTH DEPT reimb 2,259.07
CENTURYLINK tel 152.00
COUNTRY TERRACE rent 225.00
CRESCENT ELECTRIC SUPL CO
supl 36.38
D&M INVESTMENTS rent 250.00
D&N FENCE CO misc 950.00
DEWBERRY ARCHITECTS INC
svc 206.28
DOLLYS RENTAL rent 200.00
DRIVERS LICENSE GUIDE CO
supl 43.90
ECKERMAN RONALD rent 225.00
ECOLAB CTR eq rent 355.12
EDGE MANAGEMENT GROUP
rent 200.00
ELECTRICAL ENG & EQUIP CO
eq 56.45
CITY OF ELK RUN HEIGHTS wtr 100.00
EVELAND JOHN rent 200.00
FERGUSON ENTERPRISES INC
eq 528.85
GRAYBILL BRETT rent 200.00
HAWKEYE VILLAGE APT rent 200.00
HELPING HANDS HEALTHCARE SOLUTIONS svc 2,627.25
HOFFMAN RICHARD educ 8.00
IA DEPT OF NATURAL RESOURCES
lic 17.50
STATE OF IA svc 1,696.73
U OF IA svc 194.21
U OF IA svc 1,500.00
KLATT, AUGUSTINE, SAYER, TREINEN & RASTEDE svc 464.50
KOENIG SCOTT rent 250.00
LPC CONNECT svc 171.31
MID AMERICAN ENERGY util 197.60
MID AMERICAN ENERGY util 4,976.45
MID AMERICAN ENERGY/SPEC ACCT util 376.00
MOTEL 6 room 90.00
NAGLE SIGNS INC svc 500.00
NESBIT, JAMES rent 200.00
OFFICE DEPOT supl 621.59
OPERATION THRESHOLD svc 588.00
PALMER LUTHERAN HEALTH CTR INC reimb 292.81
PITZENBERGER ANTHONY rent 225.00
PLUMB SUPL CO supl 2,505.00
POWESHIEK WATER ASSOC wtr 165.50
PRIORITY DISPATCH CORP supl 392.00
QUALITY CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION rent 225.00
R&S PROPERTY MGMT INC rent 250.00
SAILER LAW svc 114.00
SANOFI PASTEUR INC supl 696.41
SHRED MASTER INC svc 57.82
SOMMERFELT FAMILY HOUSING
rent 200.00
SPAHN AND ROSE LUMBER CO
supl 426.70
SPEE DEE DELIVERY SVC INC
svc 99.88
SUCCESSLINK svc 3,187.16
THOMSON WEST svc 84.34
TTA PROPERTIES rent 200.00
VARSITY CLEANERS svc 27.50
VETERANS MEML HOSPTIAL
reimb 5,610.54
WASTE MGMT OF WI-MN svc 2,116.29
WATERFALLS CAR WASH lbr 64.80
CITY OF WATERLOO misc 561.52
WLOO WATER WORKS wtr 6,130.24
WLOO WATER WORKS wtr 85.00
WAVERLY HEALTH CTR svc 111.14
WAVERLY HEALTH CTR reimb 3,537.84
WERTJES UNIFORMS svc 15.00
WINNESHIEK CO BOARD OF HEALTH reimb 665.28
WINNESHIEK CO EMERG MED SVCS ASSOC reimb 2,726.86
WINNESHIEK MED CTR reimb 1,294.00
BRIGGS, ANDREW misc 129.00
MATT , LOIS reimb 129.48
CHIEF supl 544.92
GENERAL SUPPLEMENTAL FUND ELECTION SYSTEMS & SFTWR svc 870.00
MATT PARROTT/STOREY KENWORTHY publ 4,311.35
KIRKWOOD COMMUNITY COLLEGE educ 700.00
QUINN, HELENE svc 500.00
US POST OFFICE svc 1,140.00
VANDERBURGH CO HEALTH DEPT
svc 15.00
COUNTY SERVICES FUND CDW GOVERNMENT INC eq 269.52
DEWITT MARTINSON JANET mil 559.65
SECONDARY ROADS FUND ANTON SALES prts 117.21
BLACK HILLS ENERGY fuel 357.26
CITY OF HUDSON uti 31.75
IA REG UTILITIES ASSOC wtr 55.09
RITE PRICE OFFICE SUPL INC
supl 29.99
ARNOLD MOTOR SUPL supl 21.18
CENTURYLINK tel 44.88
CINTAS CORP svc 28.70
FIFTH STREET TIRE INC eq 409.60
FORTERRA PIPE & PRECAST
eq 9,829.12
HUDSON MUNICIPAL ELECTRIC UTIL util 245.28
LA PORTE CITY UTILITIES util 345.33
LPC CONNECT tel 38.25
MID AMERICAN ENERGY util 30.75
MIDWEST WHEEL COMPANIES
supl 34.72
NAPA AUTO PARTS prts 57.00
STETSON BUILDING PRODUCTS
supl 101.55
JAIL COMMISSARY FUND
BOB BARKER CO INC supl 6,604.01
KEEFE SUPL CO food 1,607.24
MCKEE FOODS food 91.30
CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PLAN FUND ARTISAN CEILING SYSTEMS AND svc 70,000.00
KAPAUN CONSULTING ENGINEERS svc 2,200.00
KW ELECTRIC INC svc 2,730.00
RURAL SEWER FUND
URBAN SVCS svc 1,045.00
INSURANCE TRUST FUND
NAVITUS HEALTH SOLUTIONS
ins 29,004.11
PREFERRED ONE INS CO
ins 137,390.88
FLEXIBLE SPENDING FUND EMPLOYEE BENEFITS CORP
flx sp 5,203.23
E911 SERVICE COMMISSION FUND CENTURYLINK tel 1,578.37
MID AMERICAN ENERGY util 186.91
EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT FUND ADVANCED SYSTEMS INC maint 27.40
MATT PARROTT/STOREY KENWORTHY eq 382.08
US BANK misc 320.91
COUNTY ASSESSOR FUND
IRS fed pay 43.13
IA DEPT OF REV state pay 14.60
COMMERCIAL APPRAISERS OF IA
svc 11,000.00
RITE PRICE OFFICE SUPL INC
supl 89.10
JOHNSON , TARA mil 38.52
VISA supl 38.62
AYES: Laylin, Little, Magsamen, Schwartz, White.
NAYS: None.
Resolution adopted.
Magsamen moved the following resolution seconded by Laylin.
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
A-1 CAREERS svc 247.20
AABLE PEST CONTROL INC svc 415.50
ALLEN OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH SVCS svc 36.00
AMERICAN QUALITY FOODS
food 63.49
ANDERSON ERICKSON DAIRY
food 688.90
AUTOMATIC DOOR GROUP
eq rpr 387.35
CITY OF WATERLOO misc 1,461.40
COURIER COMMUNICATIONS
publ 938.00
DIRECT SUPPLY INC supl 137.27
EARTHGRAINS BAKING CO food 104.62
FIX TIRE CO eq rpr 260.10
HD SUPPLY FACILITIES MAINT LTD supl 617.79
HELPING HANDS HEALTHCARE SOLUTIONS svc 26,613.75
HOCKENBERGS food 354.92
INQUIREHIRE svc 25.00
JOHNSTONE SUPL supl 91.29
MARTIN BROS food/supl 7,035.56
MAXIMUM SS svc 85.00
MENARDS CF supl 260.53
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY CO
util 8,750.87
NETWORK SERVICES CO svc 1,696.26
NORTHERN IA THERAPY svc 16,064.85
PDCM INSURANCE ins 37.23
PHOENIX TEXTILE CORP svc 466.00
PLUNKETTS PEST CONTROL INC
svc 90.00
PROVIDERS PLUS INC svc 40.55
RITE PRICE OFFICE SUPL supl 287.89
WASTE MGMT OF WI-MN util 941.01
WLOO COMM SCHOOL DISTRICT
svc 106.68
WLOO WATER WORKS util 2,549.15
WITHAM AUTO CTR eq rpr 470.00
AYES: Laylin, Little, Magsamen, Schwartz, White.
NAYS: None.
Resolution adopted.
RECEIVE PROJECT UPDATES FROM DEPARTMENT HEADS/ELECTED OFFICIALS. County Engineer Cathy Nicholas said a number of roads were closed due to flooding of the Cedar and Wapsipinicon Rivers, and were listed on the county website. Marquis Road is closed for the replacement of six culverts.
Superintendent of Maintenance Rory Geving said the jail parking lot project is scheduled to begin May 16 with the removal of concrete. He said working hours will be 7:30 am to 6:00 pm weekdays with some possible weekends. No streets will be closed, and the city’s parking contractor will provide temporary parking. He is asking the jail kitchen to pre-order as much as possible since the loading dock will be unavailable during the project.
County Social Services CEO Bob Lincoln reviewed recently passed legislation, which included services like a 24-hour crisis line, six access centers, and 22 assertive community treatment teams. He said the success of the new measures largely depends on a reasonable rate of reimbursement from the state’s managed care organizations.
Moved by Little, seconded by Laylin that the MINUTES of the Board Meeting held May 1, 2018 be and are hereby approved as submitted. Motion carried.
CONSENT AGENDA
Magsamen moved the following RESOLUTION seconded by Schwartz.
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. (None submitted)
2. The PAYROLL ADJUSTMENTS submitted by the various departments and the County Auditor be authorized and
directed to adjust his records accordingly.
NAME, DEPT. POSITION TO DATE CHANGE
AUDITOR, Grant Veeder
SCHOO, WAYNE J MAP MAIN. TECH. 21.95 4/30/2018 TERM PENDING
SHERIFF, Tony Thompson
BAUWENS, CHAD D DEPUTY SHERIFF SERGEANT HOURLY 32.99 4/22/2018 ANNUAL STEP INCREASE
SMITH, COLTON DEPUTY SHERIFF 18.15 4/15/2018 SHIFT CHANGE
ATTORNEY, Brian Williams
ABEBE, YESHIMEBET M ASST CO ATTY 28.86 4/22/2018 ANN STEP INCR
WAGNER, MICHELLE M ASST CO ATTY 46.14 4/22/2018 ANNUAL STEP INCREASE
CONS. COMMUNICATIONS, Judy Flores
BREUER, LUCY J CIVIL DISPATCH 22.64 4/22/2018 UNIT 5 – 3 YEAR STEP
COUNTRY VIEW, Carol Laurie
HINTON, MONIQUE N NURSING ASST 14.35 4/22/2018 SUCC BIDDER
JENKINS, CHARNESHA N DEVELOP AIDE 15.47 4/22/2018 ANN STEP INCR
MASSAQUOI, JOSEPH J NURSING ASST 15.47 4/22/2018 ANN STEP INCR
NIEDERT, ERIC M BLDG MAIN ASST 15.10 4/20/2018 TERM PENDING
RAMIREZ, SONIA E DEVELOP AIDE 16.76 4/22/2018 ANN STEP INCR
RILEY-MESCH, SHEREE L REG NURSE 23.67 4/24/2018 REHIRE
RUBIO MORENO, MARIA G FOOD SERV WRK TRNEE12.28 4/24/2018 PROB COMPL
SIZEMORE, JELISSA M NURSING ASST 13.77 4/24/2018 NEW HIRE
WILDER, TOI M NURSING ASST 13.77 4/24/2018 NEW HIRE
WITHERSPOON, MICHELLE A NURSING ASST 15.47 4/22/2018 SUCC BIDDER
WOODS, JENNIFER M LPN 18.83 4/8/2018 TERM PENDING
ENGINEER, Cathy Nicholas
ACKERSON, JAMES D LABOR/EQUIP OP IB 21.36 4/22/2018 ANN STEP INCR
THOMAS, JERRY L SERVMECHANIC 22.13 4/22/2018 6 MO STEP INCR
VETERANS AFFAIRS, Kevin Dill
DAVIS, NICOLE M OFF SPECIALIST 15.42 4/24/2018 TERM PENDING
3. The CERTIFICATE OF INSURANCE for BC Construction Inc., Friends of the Gilbertville Depot Inc., Lehman Trucking & Excavating Inc., and Valley Transportation Service Inc.
4. The Sheriff’s MONTHLY REPORT of fees as of April 30, 2018.
B. TO RECEIVE AND PLACE ON FILE WITH THE COUNTY AUDITOR
1. The PROTEST ON PROPERTIES assessed for five million dollars are more as submitted by T.J. Koenigsfeld, Black Hawk County Assessor.
2. The MANURE MANAGEMENT PLAN (MMP) update submitted by Tom & Luanne Schneider d/b/a Schneider & Schneider Pork Farms, Inc. Facility ID# 59495 located at 9717 Ansborough Avenue, Waterloo in Black Hawk County pursuant to 567 Iowa Administrative Code §455B.
C. TO APPROVE AND DIRECT THE CHAIR TO SIGN
1. The allowable/disallowable HOMESTEAD CREDIT LIST as submitted by the County Assessor’s Office, in accordance with §425.3 of the Code of Iowa.
2. The allowable/disallowable MILITARY SERVICE TAX EXEMPTION LIST as submitted by the County Assessor’s Officer, in accordance with §426.A.14 of the Code of Iowa.
3. The RENEWAL APPLICATION for a Class “A” Liquor License (LA) (Private Club) submitted by Beaver Hills Country Club d/b/a Beaver Hills Country Club, 8230 Beaver Hills Drive, Cedar Falls, Iowa.
AYES: Laylin, Little, Magsamen, Schwartz, White.
NAYS: None. Resolution adopted.
CONSENT AGENDA ENDS
Magsamen moved the following resolution seconded by Laylin.
BE IT HEREBY RESOLVED that the ADDENDUM to the agreement between Black Hawk County Country View and County Social Services (CSS) for the new rate schedule to cover additional behavioral health support services provided to persons with mental illness be approved as recommended by Carol Laurie, Provisional Administrator.
AYES: Laylin, Little, Magsamen, Schwartz, White.
NAYS: None. Resolution adopted.
Little moved the following resolution seconded by Magsamen.
BE IT HEREBY RESOLVED that the BUSINESS ASSOCIATE AGREEMENT between Black Hawk County and Pratum, Inc. for cyber security services be approved as recommended by Kim Veeder, Information Technology Director.
Veeder said that the agreement was to insure the security of HIPAA-covered protected health information.
AYES: Laylin, Little, Magsamen, Schwartz, White.
NAYS: None. Resolution adopted.
Moved by Magsamen, seconded by Schwartz that the TRAVEL REQUEST submitted by Kim Veeder, Information Technology Director, be approved and direct the Chair to sign for same: $697.08 to attend the ICIT Midyear Conference in West Des Moines, IA scheduled for June 13th – 15th, 2018. Motion carried.
Moved by Little, seconded by Laylin to direct the County Auditor to advertise for a public hearing to be held at 9:07 a.m. on Tuesday, May 22, 2018 in Board Room 201 of the Black Hawk County Courthouse, 316 E. 5th Street, Waterloo, Iowa on the proposed purchase of one (1) Tandem Axel Dump Truck for the Black Hawk County Engineer’s Department. Motion carried.
Laylin moved the following resolution seconded by Magsamen.
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: Laylin, Little, Magsamen, Schwartz, White.
NAYS: None. Resolution adopted.
Magsamen moved the following resolution seconded by Laylin.
BE IT HEREBY RESOLVED that the LOWEST REASONABLE BID received from Blacktop Service Company, Humboldt, Iowa for FY19 Sealcoat at various locations in Black Hawk County with a bid of $111,157.19 (Engineer’s estimate $120,073) be approved as recommended by Catherine Nicholas, County Engineer.
Nicholas said the county has 30 sealcoated roads that need to be refreshed every three to five years, and they may sealcoat more roads in the future. It takes most of the roads crew away from their other work for a week, and their equipment is very old.
AYES: Laylin, Little, Magsamen, Schwartz, White.
NAYS: None. Resolution adopted.
Little moved the following resolution seconded by Laylin.
BE IT HEREBY RESOLVED that the taxes due and payable of the submitted ELIGIBLE persons who CONTINUE TO BE ELIGIBLE pursuant to §427.9 of the Code of Iowa including special assessments and rates or charges, including interest, fees and costs, in accordance with the provision of §427.9 of the Code of Iowa, be suspended for the 2018-2019 and that the Chair direct the County Treasurer to adjust her records accordingly and that future property taxes on property owned by the submitted person will annually be reviewed and considered for suspension for such time as the persons remains the owner of that parcel and during the period the person receives such as assisted as described in §427.9 of the Code of Iowa.
AYES: Laylin, Little, Magsamen, Schwartz, White.
NAYS: None. Resolution adopted.
Moved by Magsamen, seconded by Schwartz that the REQUEST for the Fourth Street Cruise to use the Black Hawk County Courthouse parking lot on Saturday, May 26, 2018 for a staging area for the classic cars and street rods for their annual event be approved and to receive and place on file the Certificate of Insurance for same and direct the Chair to sign the permission letter for same. Motion carried.
Information Technology Director Kim Veeder presented an update on her department. Veeder reviewed her department’s accomplishments in the past year, its current projects and its future goals. She said that system and information security is a high priority, and reviewed the steps taken and resources accessed in this area. She said she would like her three employees to be increased by adding one network administrator now and one more in the future. She noted that other counties in the general population range of Black Hawk have much larger IT staffs. White and Little said that they didn’t like comparisons to other counties, given that duties vary from county to county. Veeder said the fiscal year 2019 contract with Aces is the same as FY18 at $19,820 a month. She said either side may get out of the agreement with 60 days’ notice. She said if she hired another employee she would recommend keeping the agreement with Aces long enough to get the new employee familiar with the work. Laylin said that Aces is willing to do that. Little said that he wished this was discussed at budget time. He said one shouldn’t underestimate the abilities of who may be available. Veeder said she would be asking to put the Aces contract on the Board’s agenda.
ANY REPORTS OR INFORMATION FROM THE BOARD. Schwartz said that he has planned several town hall meetings, the first of which will be regarding Country View on June 4.
On motion and vote the meeting adjourned.
Craig White, Chair, Board of Supervisors
Grant Veeder, County Auditor

Public Notice for Primary Election – June 5, 2018

PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to the qualified voters of Black Hawk County, State of Iowa, that a Primary Election will be held in all voting precincts throughout Black Hawk County on Tuesday, June 5, 2018.
Polls will open at 7:00 a.m. and close at 9:00 p.m.
The sample ballots herein are of the first candidate rotation for the Democratic, Libertarian and Republican parties. In Iowa, participating voters must declare their party preference, Democratic, Libertarian, or Republican, before receiving a ballot. Independent voters or No Party voters may declare a party preference and vote in the primary election.
All voters are required to provide an approved form of identification at the polling place before they may receive and cast a ballot. Pre-registered voters who are unable to show approved ID may sign an oath of identification for an election held in 2018. Voters who are not pre-registered or voters changing precincts must also provide proof of residence. Any voter who cannot show ID may have their identity attested to by another registered voter in the precinct who has proper ID. Starting January 1, 2019, all voters will be required to present an approved form of identification. For more information about voter ID, visit http://sos.iowa.gov/voterid or call 319-833-3007.
A person who is eligible to register to vote and vote, may register on election day by appearing in person at the polling place for the precinct in which the individual resides. The voter must complete a voter registration application, make written oath and provide acceptable proof of identity and acceptable proof of residence. Acceptable documents which can be used as proof of identity and proof of residence are very specific and substitutes will not be accepted. For example, identification such as a Driver’s License cannot be expired. To see all forms of approved ID visit http://sos.iowa.gov/voterid.
ELECTION FRAUD. A voter commits the crime of Election Misconduct in the First Degree if the person submits false information when registering to vote. Election misconduct in the first degree is a class “D” felony, and punishable by a fine of up to $7,500 and/or imprisonment of up to five (5) years.
Convicted felons who register and vote without receiving a restoration of voting rights from the Governor are committing a class “D” felony.
IF YOU ARE NOT 100% SURE YOUR RIGHT TO VOTE HAS ALREADY BEEN RESTORED, REQUEST A PROVISIONAL BALLOT.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that any voter who requires assistance to vote by reason of blindness, disability, or inability to read or write may be given assistance by a person of the voter’s choice, other than the voter’s employer or agent of that employer or officer or agent of the voter’s union.
NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN, in accordance with Chapter 49.53 of the Iowa Code that any voter who is physically unable to enter the polling place has the right to vote in the voter’s vehicle.
Each polling location is equipped with a ballot marking device (ExpressVote) which may assist persons with disabilities to vote more independently. The device allows voters to make their selections using an audio read-back and touchpad, or touchscreen. The touchscreen device provides magnification and reverse black and white images. Voters unable to see the screen may have the screen turned off and use only the audio read-back and touchpad features. The audio read-back feature provides all ballot instructions, choices, and selections in an audio format using headphones.
After making selections with the ballot marking device, via touch pad or touch screen, the device will mark the voter’s paper ballot and the voter will insert their marked ballot in the ballot scanner used to count all ballots.
The Commissioner of Elections certifies that on Election Day all polling locations are accessible by means of permanent or temporary measures.
The following candidate races for the June 5 Primary Election DO NOT APPEAR on the published sample ballots.
Only odd-numbered state senate districts are up for election this year.
FOR STATE SENATOR District 31:
Bill Dotzler, Democratic
No candidate filed, Libertarian
No candidate filed, Republican
FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE District 59:
Bob Kressig, Democratic
No candidate filed, Libertarian
No candidate filed, Republican
FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE District 60:
Dave Williams, Democratic
No candidate filed, Libertarian
Walt Rogers, Republican
FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE District 61:
Timi Brown-Powers, Democratic
No candidate filed, Libertarian
No candidate filed, Republican
FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE District 62:
Ras Smith, Democratic
No candidate filed, Libertarian
No candidate filed, Republican
FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE District 72:
John William Anderson, Democratic
Mindy Benson, Democratic
David Degner, Democratic
Joycelyn George, Democratic
No candidate filed, Libertarian
Dean Fisher, Republican
Voters may view the sample ballot and learn their ward and precinct assignment by accessing the county’s website. The address is www.co.black-hawk.ia.us. Click on Government, then Elections, then Find Your Voting Location. Enter your address and submit. Scroll down to see a sample ballot for that precinct.
Voters must vote at their assigned precincts. If voters have questions about their precinct location they may refer to their voter cards, the county website: www.co.black-hawk.ia.us or contact the Election Office at 833-3007.
THE CEDAR FALLS POLLING LOCATIONS ARE AS FOLLOWS:
WARD 1
PCT 1 – EAGLES CLUB, 2125 W Lone Tree Rd (east entrance)
PCT 2 – ST JOHN LUTHERAN CHURCH, 715 College St (upper level)
PCT 3 – CEDAR FALLS CITY HALL, 220 Clay St (council chambers)
WARD 2
PCT 1– UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST, 9204 University Ave
PCT 2– BETHLEHEM LUTHERAN CHURCH, 4000 Hudson Rd
PCT 3 – CANDEO CHURCH, 1405 Greenhill Rd
WARD 3
PCT 1 – CEDAR FALLS SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION BLDG, 1002 W 1st St (board room)
PCT 2 – CHURCH OF CHRIST, 2727 W 4TH St
PCT 3 – UNI BOOK STORE, 1009 W 23rd St (lower level entrance)
WARD 4
PCT 1 – CEDAR HEIGHTS COMMUNITY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, 2015 Rainbow Dr (lower level)
PCT 2 – HEARST CENTER, 304 Seerley Blvd (upper level)
PCT 3 – GILCHRIST HALL, UNI, University Ave to south Campus St
WARD 5
PCT 1 – ST TIMOTHYS UNITED METHODIST CHURCH, 3220 Terrace Dr
PCT 2 – ORCHARD HILL CHURCH, 3900 Orchard Hill Dr, (South entrance, Door E)
PCT 3 – TRINITY BIBLE CHURCH, 125 Orchard Dr
THE WATERLOO POLLING LOCATIONS ARE AS FOLLOWS:
WARD 1
PCT 1 – ASCENSION LUTHERAN CHURCH, 2211 Maynard Av & Greenhill Rd (upper level)
PCT 2 – YMCA, 669 South Hackett Rd (main entrance, multipurpose room)
PCT 3 – FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, 1200 W Fourth St
PCT 4 – IRV WARREN GOLF COURSE (Pro Shop), 1000 Fletcher Av
PCT 5 – WALNUT RIDGE BAPTIST CHURCH, 1307 W Ridgeway Av
PCT 6 – CEDAR VALLEY COMMUNITY CHURCH, 3520 Ansborough Av (east entrance)
WARD 2
PCT 1 – FRIENDSHIP VILLAGE, 600 Park Lane (chapel entrance)
PCT 2 – GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH, 3820 Hammond Av
PCT 3 – HAMMOND AVENUE BRETHREN CHURCH, 1604 Hammond Av, (lower level)
PCT 4 – LANDMARK COMMONS, 1400 Maxhelen Blvd.
PCT 5 – HAWKEYE CENTER, HCC Campus, 1501 E Orange Rd (board room)
PCT 6 – SOUTH WATERLOO CHURCH OF THE BRETHREN, 6227 Kimball Av (gymnasium)
WARD 3
PCT 1 – RIVER’S EDGE CHRISTIAN CHURCH, 1247 Cedar Bend St
PCT 2 – GERARD HALL, Allen College, 1950 Heath St
PCT 3 – ST PAUL UNITED METHODIST CHURCH, 207 W Louise St
PCT 4 – NEW HOPE MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH, 710 Broadway St
PCT 5 – OUR SAVIORS LUTHERAN CHURCH, 420 Harwood (east entrance)
PCT 6 – WATERLOO CENTER FOR THE ARTS, 225 Commercial St
WARD 4
PCT 1 – GOOD SHEPHERD LUTHERAN CHURCH, 501 E Donald St (rear entrance)
PCT 2 – HARVEST VINEYARD CHURCH, 715 E Fourth St
PCT 3 – WATERLOO CITY HALL, 715 Mulberry St (2nd floor conference room)
PCT 4 – LINDEN METHODIST CHURCH, 301 Butler Av (lower level, parking lot entrance)
PCT 5 – PAYNE MEMORIAL AME CHURCH, 1044 Mobile St
PCT 6 – PINECREST, 1407 Independence (Room 220 – second floor)
WARD 5
PCT 1 – TRINITY AMERICAN LUTHERAN CHURCH, 605 W 4th St (lower level)
PCT 2 – ST ANSGARS LUTHERAN CHURCH, 1122 W 11 St (north entrance)
PCT 3 – SONS OF JACOB SYNAGOGUE, 411 E Mitchell Av (lower level)
PCT 4 – KIMBALL RIDGE CENTER, 2101 Kimball Av (main lobby)
PCT 5 – ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH, 810 Kimball Av (lower level)
PCT 6 – CENTRAL CHRISTIAN CHURCH, 3475 Kimball Av (main entrance, upper level)
ELK RUN HEIGHTS/RAYMOND CITIES – ELK RUN HEIGHTS CITY HALL, 5042 Lafayette Rd
EVANSDALE
WARD 1 – EVANSDALE CITY HALL, 123 N Evans Rd
WARD 2 – COMMUNITY RESPONSE CENTER, 911 Evans Rd
WARD 3 – PRINCE OF PEACE CHURCH, 4031 Lafayette Rd
WARD 4 – COMMUNITY RESPONSE CENTER, 911 Evans Rd
BARCLAY/LESTER TWPS/ DUNKERTON – DUNKERTON PUBLIC LIBRARY, 203 E Tower St, Dunkerton
BENNINGTON TWP – ST. JOHNS LUTHERAN CHURCH, 4110 E Mt Vernon Rd, Waterloo
BIG CREEK TWP/ LA PORTE CITY – UNION HIGH SCHOOL, 200 Adams St., La Porte City
BLACK HAWK TWP/HUDSON/LINCOLN TWP – HUDSON COMMUNITY CENTER, 525 Jefferson St, Hudson
CEDAR/ORANGE TWPS – ST.PAUL PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, 410 1st St, Washburn
CEDAR FALLS TOWNSHIP – BETHLEHEM LUTHERAN CHURCH, 4000 Hudson Road, Cedar Falls (votes with Cedar Falls Ward 2 Pct 2, rear entrance)
EAGLE TWP – ST.MARY’S OF MOUNT CARMEL CHURCH, 1435 E Eagle Rd, Waterloo
MT VERNON TWP – COUNTRY VIEW, 1410 W Dunkerton Rd., Waterloo
POYNER PCT 1/EAST WATERLOO TWPS – DEWAR COMMUNITY CENTER, 1731 N Raymond Rd, Dewar
POYNER PCT 2/GILBERTVILLE/FOX/JESUP – AMERICAN LEGION (south entr.), 1110 6th St, Gilbertville
SPRING CREEK TWP – UNION HIGH SCHOOL, 200 Adams St., La Porte City
UNION TWP – AMERICAN MARTYR RETREAT HOUSE, 2209 N Union Rd, Cedar Falls
WASHINGTON TWP/JANESVILLE – ANTIQUE ACRES, 7610 Waverly Rd (Hwy 218), Cedar Falls
NOTICE: In accordance with Section 49.23 of the Code of Iowa, the following polling place locations have been changed since the last primary election:
WATERLOO CITY:
WARD 2 PCT 6 polling location was TRINITY EPISCOPAL PARISH, 4535 Kimball Av. Voters will now vote at SOUTH WATERLOO CHURCH OF THE BRETHREN, 6227 Kimball Av (gymnasium).
WARD 3 PCT 2 polling location was BARRETT FORUM, Allen College, 1990 Heath St. Voters will now vote at GERARD HALL, Allen College, 1950 Heath St.
For further information, contact the Election Department. Phone: (319)833-3007. Email: election@co.black-hawk.ia.us.
I hereby certify that this is a correct copy of the sample ballot to be voted at the Primary Election to be held June 5, 2018, in the County of Black Hawk, State of Iowa.
Grant Veeder
Black Hawk County Auditor & Commissioner of Elections

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