Category: Legal Notice

la Porte City Utilities – July 8, 2020

July 8, 2020
The La Porte City Utilities Board of Trustees met for the regular board meeting on July 08, 2020 at 4:30 pm. Present were Shawn Mehlert, Greg Pipho, Robyn Oberhauser, and Bill Matthes. Tami Keune and Ryan Hosch via electronic.
Keune made a motion to adopt the agenda, seconded by Pipho. Motion passed 3-0.
June 10, 2020, and June 26, 2020 minutes approved, motion made by Pipho to accept, seconded by Keune. Passed 3-0.
Ryan Hosch with MSA gave an update regarding the Main Street project. Contractor has installed all watermain from Main Street Bridge to Walnut. Pressure test will be done July 8th, 2020, once testing is passed two more hydrants will be installed and connections to existing will be done. Services have been completed on the 300 block.
Moved by Pipho seconded by Keune to APPROVE PAY APPLICATION #3. The total for Utilities is $45,768.50 for the water portion and $19,055.00 for the electric portion. Passed 3-0.
Robyn gave an update on new billing statements. New bill will be going out around July 24, 2020, for bills that are due on August 15th, 2020. Customer will be receiving a full-size bill in envelopes going forward.
Financial reports and disbursements were reviewed and approved.
Motion to adjourn by Pipho, seconded by Mehlert. Passed 3-0
Meeting adjourned at 5:15 p.m.
Robyn Oberhauser, Recording Secretary
JUNE 2020 DISBURSEMENTS
Acco Unlimited Chemicals $366.00
Answer Plus Answering Service $107.83
Bergankdv Veeam
Annual Maintenance $3,071.87
Black Hawk Rental
Oil for Weed Wacker $29.96
Black Hills Energy Gas Expense $163.82
CVB&T Taxes $9,289.50
City Laundry Laundering Service $300.12
City of La Porte City
Main Street Project $57,724.68
Compressed Air
Well 4 Compressor $191.41
Delta Dental Dental Insurance $238.74
Fletcher Reinhardt
Locate Marking paint $620.68
FS New Century Gas Expense $305.79
GIS Benefits Life/ Disablility Ins $105.89
Gordon Flesch Contract Fees $188.90
IA Assn of Municipal Utilities
Spencer Apprenticeship $1,995.89
IA Dept Rev & Finance
May 2020 Sales Tax $2,689.30
Ia One Call Locates $27.90
IA Finance Authority
Water Loans $195,882.50
IPERS Ipers $4,244.30
Keystone Water Testing $25.00
LP Motor
Digger truck wiper blades $27.80
LPC Connect Phone $768.83
LPC Post Office
Customer Billing $275.31
LPC Printing & Design
meeting minutes $92.38
LPC Utilities Utilities $2,561.07
Motor Mayhem 2009 Ford F350 $216.16
Omega Processing
Customer Billing $10.12
Resale Power Group
Purchased Power $27,860.76
Storey Kenworthy
Office Supplies $127.03
Stuart Irby Glove Testing $221.19
UMB Reg Fees $800.00
Urb’s Supplies $119.38
Utility Equipment Water
Main Street Project $69.12
Veridian Visa Credit
Office Supplies $1,198.03
Wolf Stream Solution
Salt For Water Plant $5,154.06
$317,071.32
Electric / payroll $69,907.60
Water $16,252.61
Electric Series $54,467.12
Debit Services $196,682.50
GRAND TOTAL $337,309.83
JUNE 2020 Revenue
Electric $142,257.39
Water $47,722.01
GRAND TOTAL $189,979.40

Black Hawk COunty Solid Waste Management – June 25, 2020

BLACK HAWK COUNTY SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT COMMISSION CONFERENCE CALL MEETING MINUTES.
Members Present: Brian Heath, John Mardis, Tom Little, Randy Bennett and Scott Brunson. Chairman Heath called the regular meeting of the Black Hawk County Solid Waste Management Commission called to order at 10:01 a.m., Thursday, June 25, 2020 via a publicly accessible conference call; due to the Governor’s declared state of emergency regarding the Covid-19 virus limiting gatherings to ten or less individuals. As compliance with that order and health professional recommendations it was impractical to meet in person. Motion to approve received agenda was made by Mardis, seconded by Little. Motion carried unanimously. Heath opened the meeting to public comments; none were received. Motion made by Little, seconded by Bennett, to approve the minutes from the May 28, 2020 regular meeting. Motion carried unanimously.
Brunson proposed a resolution that warrants be issued in payment of claims submitted (see list) and approval of the financial report. Bennett seconded. Roll call vote: Ayes: Heath, Little, Mardis, Bennett, Brunson. Resolution 20-033 passed.
Mardis proposed a resolution to approve payment for Advanced Grading W-3 Phase I Pay Request from Peterson Contractors, Inc. in the amount of $108,939.02, accept the Project and authorize the release of Retainage per Iowa Code. Little seconded. Roll call vote: Ayes: Heath, Little, Mardis, Bennett, Brunson. Resolution 20-034 passed.
Staff reports were provided. Mardis proposed a resolution approving Change Order #3 to the W-3 Phase I Advance Grading Project in the amount of $19,584.00. Little seconded. Roll call vote: Ayes: Heath, Little, Mardis, Bennett, Brunson. Resolution 20-035 passed.
Mardis proposed a resolution Providing Preliminary Approval of MSW Cell W-3 Phase I Construction Project Plans, Specifications, Form of Contract, and Estimated Cost; Setting the Date for a Public Hearing on Plans for July 23rd, 2020 on Specifications, Form of Contract, and Estimated Cost; and Ordering the Advertisement of Bids for the Project. Roll call vote: Ayes: Heath, Little, Mardis, Bennett, Brunson. Resolution 20-036 passed.
Bennett moved to authorize the Administrator to execute the Green Iowa AmeriCorps Program Host Site Agreement with University of Northern Iowa. Motion passed.
Mardis motioned to adjourn, Little seconded. Motion carried unanimously. Meeting adjourned at 10:25 a.m. Schedule of bills:
Vendor Amount Paid
AECOM $45,181.75
Anderson, Lyndsey $40.25
Black Hawk County Auditor $11,283.00
BMC Aggregates L.C. $3,889.69
Carney, Alexander, Marold & Co., L.L.P. $920.00
Cedar Falls Utilities $65.00
CenturyLink $246.24
City of Waterloo $2,560.95
Creative Impact Company, LLC $414.00
Foster, John $268.55
INRCOG $383.80
Iowa DNR – Air Quality Bureau $1,332.10
Iowa DNR, Land Quality Bureau $24.00
LaPorte City Printing & Design, Inc.$43.08
Menards – Waterloo $213.65
MidAmerican Energy $222.56
Peterson Contractors, Inc. $108,939.02
Prinsco $176.90
Rite Environmental $256.62
Stainless Plus, Inc. $3,816.00
Test America $7,945.72
Transaction Balance $0.00
Treasurer – State of Iowa $3,943.00
Turner, Tammy $266.18
Waste Tech, Inc. $265,897.25
Waterloo Water Works $35.68
Grand Total $458,364.99

Black Hawk County Solid Waste Management – May 28, 2020

BLACK HAWK COUNTY SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT COMMISSION, CONFERENCE CALL MEETING MINUTES. May 28, 2020
Commission Members Present: Tom Little, John Mardis, Randy Bennett, and Scott Brunson. Absent: Brian Heath. Vice-Chairperson Mardis called the regular meeting to order at 10:00 a.m. via a publicly accessible conference call; due to the Governor’s declared state of emergency regarding the Covid-19 virus limiting gatherings to ten or less individuals. As compliance with that order and health professional recommendations it was impractical to meet in person. Motion to approve received agenda was made by Bennett, seconded by Little. Motion carried unanimously. Mardis opened the meeting to public comments; none were received. Motion made by Bennett, seconded by Little, to approve the minutes from the April 23, 2020 regular meeting. Motion carried unanimously.
Little proposed a resolution that warrants be issued in payment of claims submitted (see list) and approval of the financial report. Bennett seconded. Roll call vote: Ayes: Little, Mardis, Bennett, Brunson. Resolution 20-030 passed.
Bennett proposed a resolution to approve payment for Advanced Grading W-3 Phase I Pay Request from Peterson Contractors, Inc. in the amount of $319,177.39. Brunson seconded. Roll call vote: Ayes: Little, Mardis, Bennett, Brunson. Resolution 20-031 passed.
Bennett proposed a resolution adopting the revised Customer Credit Policy. Brunson seconded. Roll call vote: Ayes: Little, Mardis, Bennett, Brunson. Resolution 20-032 passed.
Bennett proposed a motion to authorize the Administrator to execute the Merchant Services Agreement with Forte. Brunson seconded. Bennett proposed a subsidiary motion to establish the policy to pass credit card fees directly to those customers utilizing that payment method. Seconded by Little. Motion passed.
Mardis called a vote on the main motion. Motion passed. Little proposed a motion to authorize the approval of the Lease Agreement with INRCOG. Bennett seconded. Motion passed. Bennett proposed a motion to authorize the approval of the INRCOG Service Agreement for FY 2021. Little Seconded. Foster informed the Commissioner’s the Agreement provides support to the Iowa Waste Exchange, administrative assistance to the Commission and assistance with diversion projects in the Service Area. Mardis called for a vote. Motion passed.
Bennett motioned to adjourn, Little seconded. Motion carried unanimously. Meeting adjourned at 10:47 a.m. Schedule of bills:
Vendor Total Paid
AECOM $ 54,158.43
Black Hawk County Auditor $ 10,793.00
BMC Aggregates L.C. $ 2,459.38
Carney, Alexander, Marold & Co., L.L.P.
$ 1,840.00
Carolina Software $ 2,842.40
Cedar Falls Utilities $ 65.00
CenturyLink $ 246.24
City of Waterloo $ 3,121.60
Cooley Pumping LLC $ 200.00
Courier Communications $ 101.77
Foster, John $ 189.00
INRCOG $ 370.00
Iowa DNR, Land Quality Bureau
$ 77,054.62
KW Electric Inc. $ 12,686.72
LaPorte City Printing & Design, Inc.
$ 67.47
LH Custom Ag $ 14,813.30
Liberty Tire Services LLC $ 12,436.94
Menards – Waterloo $ 311.36
MidAmerican Energy $ 230.34
Midrange Consulting & Services
$ 455.00
Peterson Contractors, Inc. $ 319,177.39
Quality Pump & Control $ 1,190.00
Terracon Consultants, Inc. $ 5,440.65
Test America $ 13,997.00
Treasurer – State of Iowa $ 4,226.00
Turner, Tammy $ 84.39
W. D. Investments LLC $ 33.89
Waste Tech, Inc. $ 261,563.09
Grand Total $ 800,154.98

Black Hawk County Board of Supervisors – June 30, 2020

Waterloo, Iowa June 30, 2020
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, and electronically via Zoom, 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, Dan Trelka, Craig White and Chris Schwartz, Chair.
Absent: None.
Unless otherwise noted, all actions were approved unanimously.
Moved by White, seconded by Trelka that the AGENDA be received and place on file with the County Auditor as approved. Motion carried.
Trelka 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 the County Auditor be authorized and directed to ISSUE CHECKS, against the various settlement of such claims as allowed:
GENERAL BASIC FUND
BHC TREASURER misc 267.79
A TECH/FREEMAN ALARM svc 72.00
BICKLEY, MARK svc 1,025.00
CDW GOVERNMENT INC eq 14,127.80
CONVERGE ONE INC svc 2,333.86
COURIER publ 634.24
CTS LANGUAGELINK svc 587.53
EMSL ANALYTICAL INC svc 176.80
FULLER, ANGELA svc 1,365.00
HERNANDEZ , JASON svc 665.00
KEYSTONE LABS INC svc 3,514.50
LAW OFFICE OF CHRISTINA SHRIVER svc 78.00
MAIL SVCS svc 4,342.40
MARCO INC svc 511.67
MATT PARROTT/STOREY KENWORTHY supl 1,034.38
MCKESSON MEDICAL SURGICAL
supl 245.96
MENARDS WLOO prts 69.05
NAREY KARI O svc 9.00
PATTERSON DENTAL SUPL INC
supl 1,231.42
PER MAR SECURITY SVCS
svc 3,247.43
QUADIENT, INC eq rent 536.19
SANDEES LTD supl 319.00
SELVEDINA rent 225.00
STERLING COMPUTERS CORP
eq 3,902.20
TOPHAT AUTOMOTIVE SYNDICATE
svc 40.00
WLOO COMM SCHOOLS supl 270.00
WBC MECHANICAL INC eq 149.96
WEBER PAPER CO supl 117.20
BISHOP, DENISE svc 356.50
GIFFORD JUDI mil 21.02
SAMS WHOLESALE CLUB supl 516.58
30 SOMETHING REAL ESTATE
rent 425.00
ABD PROPERTY MGMT rent 225.00
AGVANTAGE FS INC supl 361.68
AMAZON CAPITAL SVCS INC
svc 7,551.04
BEECHER LAW FIRM svc 600.00
BILL COLWELL FORD INC eq rpr 406.15
BROWNELLS INC svc 2,983.40
BUCHANAN CO SHERIFF svc 82.05
BURK LAW FIRM svc 1,468.50
CANON FINANCIAL SVCS INC
eq lse 455.58
CENTURYLINK tel 1,682.76
CENTURYLINK tel 87.98
CENTURYLINK tel 439.89
COHESIVE CREATIVE AND CODE INC svc 49,781.81
COURIER svc 174.00
D&G METAL WORKS svc 90.00
DL HOLDINGS rent 225.00
EMBARC svc 5,280.00
EVELAND JOHN rent 200.00
FEDEX svc 116.41
FIRESTONE PAYMENT CTR
prts/lbr 982.77
GORDON FLESCH CO INC svc 3,845.20
GORDON LYNN A svc 39.00
GP MANAGEMENT rent 200.00
HAGARTY WAYCHOFF GRARUP FUNERAL SVC svc 3,500.00
HAMPTON INN rooms 599.20
HAWKEYE PROPERTY MGMT
rent 200.00
IMAGE SOLUTIONS supl 2,800.00
IOWA CO ATTORNEYS ASSOC
educ 2,400.00
IA DEPT OF PUBLIC SAFETY
svc 1,200.00
KEARNS FUNERAL SVC svc 1,000.00
KIESLER POLICE SUPL supl 4,350.00
MARTIN’S FLAG CO supl 377.10
MERCYONE NE IA CLINIC svc 832.00
MERCYONE NE IA CLINIC svc 20.00
MID AMERICAN ENERGY util 11.73
MID AMERICAN ENERGY util 241.58
MID AMERICAN ENERGY util 73.90
MIDWEST BOATS SALES & REPAIRS prts 348.43
MIDWEST ELECTRONIC RECOVERY svc 123.00
NELSON LARRY rent 800.00
NORTH IA MEDIA GROUP svc 531.04
OPERATION THRESHOLD rent 250.00
PATTEN EQUIPMENT eq 125.00
PAUL H BROOKES PUBLISHING CO INC svc 3,069.80
PITNEY BOWES supl 419.84
POLK CO TREASURER svc 184.77
PRESTIGE svc 209.11
PRESTO-X svc 32.00
PROJECT LIFESAVER INTERNATIONAL supl 330.73
R&S PROPERTY MGMT INC rent 200.00
RILEYS FLOORS svc 1,500.00
SECURITY DETECTION eq 807.45
STRATEGIC IMAGING supl 1,238.58
SUMMIT FOOD SVC food 7,712.58
SUREADHERE MOBILE TECHNOLOGY svc 106.50
TAMA CO SHERIFF svc 73.50
SHRED MASTER svc 121.24
UNITY POINT – ALLEN HOSP
svc 846.00
VERICOR MEDICAL SYSTEMS
supl 2,521.00
VERIZON WIRELESS data 213.10
WATERFALLS CAR WASH lbr 15.95
CITY OF WATERLOO svc 800.00
CITY OF WATERLOO eq rpr 4,824.56
WLOO WATER WORKS util 100.00
WLOO WATER WORKS wtr 100.00
WERTJES UNIFORMS supl 184.00
WINDSTREAM IA COMMUNICATIONS tel 2,914.51
GENERAL SUPPLEMENTAL FUND
JACKSON , NEIL F mil 7.80
WALTERS LARRY mil 15.60
CLERK OF DISTRICT COURT
svc 200.00
CORKERY, MASON B svc 275.00
DUNN, MONTANA svc 275.00
IA SEC OF STATE svc 1,558.30
KING, COLIN G svc 275.00
LINDA HALL LAW FIRM & MEDIATION SVCS svc 595.00
RYDER TRANSPORTATION SVCS
svc 296.65
WILSON, BRODI svc 275.00
WINDSTREAM IA COMMUNICATIONS tel 25.18
COUNTY SERVICES FUND WINDSTREAM IA COMMUNICATIONS tel 31.10
SECONDARY ROADS FUND
ACCESS SYSTEMS supl 359.98
ANTON SALES svc 11.99
ASPRO INC supl 1,733.08
BMC AGGREGATES supl 45,926.59
MATT PARROTT/STOREY KENWORTHY supl 127.40
SCOTS SUPL CO INC prts 222.39
BENTONS READY MIXED CONCRETE INC supl 2,503.00
BLACK HAWK RENTAL eq rent 149.80
CF UTILITIS util 8.50
CENTURYLINK tel 180.86
CINTAS CORP svc 32.64
DONS TRUCK SALES INC prts 594.39
CITY OF GILBERTVILLE wtr 68.54
IA DEPT OF TRANSPORTATION
svc 13,631.10
LA PORTE MOTOR SUPL INC
supl 110.00
MID AMERICAN ENERGY util 11.63
MID AMERICAN ENERGY util 10.64
MID AMERICAN ENERGY util 11.08
MID AMERICAN ENERGY util 14.08
MURPHY TRACTOR & EQUIP CO
prts 1,284.56
NAPA AUTO PARTS prts 2.60
NORTHERN IOWA CONSTRUCTION
eq 2,772.00
SADLER POWER TRAIN INC prts 34.34
VERIZON WIRELESS svc 621.84
CITY OF WATERLOO fuel 150.84
WLOO WATER WORKS util 932.20
WAVERLY TIRE CO prts 50.00
WINDSTREAM IA COMMUNICATIONS tel 59.81
JAIL COMMISSARY FUND
KEEFE SUPL CO food 1,708.24
MARCO INC lbr 908.63
MCKEE FOODS food 41.66
PPG ARCHITECTURAL FINISHES INC supl 139.75
WEBER PAPER CO supl 164.88
SAMS WHOLESALE CLUB misc 813.14
BERTCH CABINET MFG eq 11,725.35
ROADS & BRIDGES-DS FUND
UMB BANK pmts 250.00
UMB BANK pmts 192.50
UMB BANK pmts 203.27
UMB BANK pmts 35.13
UMB BANK pmts 205.00
UMB BANK pmts 117.47
EMA RADIO SYSTEM-GO BONDS FUND UMB BANK pmts 151.64
CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PLAN FUND UMB BANK pmts 57.50
UMB BANK pmts 46.73
UMB BANK pmts 63.23
UMB BANK pmts 45.00
UMB BANK pmts 132.53
TECHNOLOGY EQUIPMENT FUND TYLER TECHNOLOGIES svc 312.50
RURAL WATER FUND
WLOO WATER WORKS svc 211.46
RURAL SEWER FUND
CEDAR VALLEY PUMP eq rpr 615.08
URBAN SVCS svc 1,555.00
MID AMERICAN ENERGY util 22.96
MID AMERICAN ENERGY util 36.41
MID AMERICAN ENERGY util 30.13
MID AMERICAN ENERGY util 99.22
MID AMERICAN ENERGY util 25.37
MID AMERICAN ENERGY util 53.42
MID AMERICAN ENERGY util 52.58
MID AMERICAN ENERGY util 28.95
MID AMERICAN ENERGY util 26.57
MID AMERICAN ENERGY util 16.62
MID AMERICAN ENERGY util 16.52
MID AMERICAN ENERGY util 14.78
MID AMERICAN ENERGY util 22.32
MID AMERICAN ENERGY util 16.06
WLOO WATER WORKS svc 88.92
NSURANCE TRUST FUND
NAVITUS HEALTH SOLUTIONS
ins 15,089.91
PREFERRED ONE INS CO
ins 177,406.50
EMPLOYEE BENEFITS CORP ins 72.00
DELTA DENTAL PLAN OF IA
ins 19,053.46
FLEXIBLE SPENDING FUND
EMPLOYEE BENEFITS CORP
flx sp 1,226.50
EMPLOYEE BENEFITS CORP
flx sp 285.60
E911 SERVICE COMMISSION FUND
CF UTILITIES util 218.71
MID AMERICAN ENERGY util 253.27
EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT FUND
CENTURYLINK tel 107.08
CENTURYLINK tel 538.52
COUNTY ASSESSOR FUND
BHC TREASURER svc 1,500.00
CDW GOVERNMENT INC hdwr 4,219.28
COMMERCIAL APPRAISERS OF IA
svc 6,000.00
SCHMIDT, LORI mil 22.04
JOHNSON , TARA mil 3.48
COPYWORKS supl 529.30
WINDSTREAM IA COMMUNICATIONS tel 87.28
AYES: Laylin, Little, Trelka, White, Schwartz.
NAYS: None.
Resolution adopted.
RECEIVE PROJECT UPDATES FROM DEPARTMENT HEADS/ELECTED OFFICIALS. County Engineer Cathy Nicholas said that portions of Bennington and King Roads are still closed after the heavy rains so that rock can be pulled back onto the road, but no appreciable damage has been found. She said that a road that was paved last year because its sealcoating had often washed away in flooding was again inundated, and found to have no damage. She said PCI poured the cement for the east half of the Cedar Wapsi Road bridge.
Health Department Director Nafissa Cisse Egbuonye said that COVID-19 infections are on the rise, and people shouldn’t be relaxing precautions like facemasks and social distancing. Her department is preparing for public messaging on the subject, and they are in contact with local schools and the University of Northern Iowa. She will speak with the supervisors individually about various pandemic developments.
Moved by Trelka, seconded by White that the MINUTES of the Board Meeting held June 23, 2020 be and are hereby approved as submitted. Motion carried.
CONSENT AGENDA
White 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
GENERAL FUND – DHS 11,262.13 GEN. FUND – MAINTENANCE 11,262.13
EMERG.MANAGEMENT 205.38 E911 SERVICE COMMISSION 205.38
2. The PAYROLL ADJUSTMENTS submitted by the various departments and the County Auditor be authorized and directed to adjust his records accordingly.
DEPT., NAME POSITION FROM TO DATE CHANGE
SHERIFF, TONY THOMPSON
BALL, NICOLE L CIV. DETENT. OFF. 19.34 19.34 6/14/2020 TERM PEND
OSMANCEVIC, NEVZAD DEP. SHERIFF 23.56 23.56 6/15/2020 NEW HIRE
PAULSEN, STEPHEN G DEP. SHER. SGT HR 36.40 37.12 6/14/2020 ANN STEP INCR
WEISERT, WILLIAM L DEP. SHERIFF 27.56 28.66 6/14/2020ANN STEP INCR
ENGINEER, CATHY NICHOLAS
DISTLER, DILLON D LABOR/EQUIP OP IB 21.00 22.00 6/14/2020 6MO STEP INCR
B. TO RECEIVE AND PLACE ON FILE WITH THE COUNTY AUDITOR
1. The MANURE MANAGEMENT PLAN (MMP) update submitted by Rick Phillips Facility ID #64788 located at 10620 Indian Creek Road, in Black Hawk County pursuant to 567 Iowa Administrative Code §455B.
2. The MANURE MANAGEMENT PLAN (MMP) update submitted by Chuck Murphy Facility ID #58978 located in Grant Township, Section Twenty (20) at 30441 200th Street, Reinbeck, in Grundy County with application in Black Hawk County pursuant to 567 Iowa Administrative Code §455B.
AYES: Laylin, Little, Trelka, White, Schwartz.
NAYS: None. Resolution adopted.
CONSENT AGENDA ENDS
White moved the following resolution seconded by Trelka.
BE IT HEREBY RESOLVED that the BEST BID received from WoodRiver Energy, Cedar Rapids, IA, for natural gas transportation services for the Jail, effective November 1, 2020 – October 31, 2021 and to hedge gas for November through April at the fixed rate not to exceed $3.55/mmBTU be approved and for the Chair to sign the contract upon receipt as recommended by Rory Geving, Maintenance Superintendent.
Abbi Kienast of Building Maintenance said that $3.55 was the refreshed rate they received that morning.
AYES: Laylin, Little, Trelka, White, Schwartz.
NAYS: None. Resolution adopted.
Moved by White, seconded by Laylin that the PERSONNEL REQUISITION for the Administrative Aide III, (full time) in the County Attorney’s Office be approved, as recommended by Brian Williams, County Attorney. Motion carried.
Moved by Laylin, seconded by Trelka that the TRAINING REQUEST submitted by Catherine Nicholas, County Engineer, be approved and direct the Chair to sign for same: $565.00 to attend the online High Performance Leadership Academy offered from the National Association of Counties (NACo) from August 3, 2020 to November 6, 2020.
Nicholas said that NACo is providing one full scholarship for the training, and also has a buy-one-get-one-free offer. She contacted all other departments and found that two people were interested from the Sheriff’s Office, so that the three of them could take advantage of these two offers. She said that she has a different meeting budgeted that she won’t be attending due to the pandemic so she has funds available. Motion carried.
The Board discussed office space for Assistant County Attorney Michael Treinen. Little said that he talked to Maintenance Superintendent Rory Geving and County Attorney Brian Williams and decided that rather than using the conference space in the Board Office they should use space in the Information Technology suite of offices. Treinen said he would need to move in the first of August.
Moved by Little, seconded by Trelka to provide office space for Assistant County Attorney Michael Treinen in the Information Technology suite of offices. Motion carried.
The Board discussed county preparedness for COVID-19. Laylin said that she had asked County Treasurer Rita Schmidt to report on the status of the tax sale. Schmidt said that it is usually held the third Monday of June but was postponed this year because the governor proclaimed that property taxes will not be due until July 31 because of the pandemic. She said that those who haven’t yet paid their taxes will be notified in July that without timely payment, their properties will go to tax sale, and then they will receive another notification in August when regular tax statements are mailed, and then she will send a third mailing in November for any taxes still unpaid. She will then take stock of the outstanding amount, and she will plan to avoid the holidays, so the soonest she would hold the tax sale, if she plans to hold one at all, would be in January. Laylin asked for an average amount that the county receives from a tax sale. Schmidt said that last year about $1 million in taxes was offered for sale and all but $50,000 was picked up.
ANY REPORTS OR INFORMATION FROM THE BOARD. Schwartz said that he hoped people would have a safe Independence Day weekend, and follow Health Department guidelines like not eating self-serve food at large gatherings. Cisse Egbuonye said that the Health Department will do a Facebook Live event on July 1 to discuss their recommendations.
Trelka said that while it is legal to buy fireworks, their use in Waterloo is very restricted, and people should be considerate of their neighbors and not shoot them off in residential settings.
Laylin said that the Board has received applications for Planning and Zoning Board vacancies, and an incumbent wishes to serve a third term, which would require an exception from county policy. She wondered if Treinen could investigate the matter. Treinen said he would.
On motion and vote the meeting adjourned.
Chris Schwartz, Chair, Board of Supervisors
Grant Veeder, County Auditor

Union Community Schools – FY 2019-2020 Wage Report

FISCAL YEAR 2019-2020 WAGE REPORT
AALDERKS, JILL, 58,500.00
ALBERTSEN, DENISE, 106.44
ALBERTSEN, MARK, 102,750.00
ALBRIGHT, RONDALYN, 997.50
ALLERS, BONNIE, 7,822.50
ALPERS, KURT, 64,880.11
ANDERA, BENJAMIN, 43,801.00
ANTON, LISA, 8,285.99
ANTON, MARY 20,465.78
APPLETON, SCOTT, 32,957.72
ARHART, VANESSA, 59,689.09
ARP, AMANDA, 56,333.00
ASCHENBRENNER, CAROL 1,102.50
ASMUSSEN, LISA, 55,830.01
ATHEY, DAWN, 795.88
BAHR, CELENA, 904.59
BARZ, JIM, 3,019.30
BARZ, MELANIE 12,207.32
BATHEN-JUNGLING, DEBRA, 70,014.86
BAYNESS, REBECCA, 125.81
BEAN, BENJAMIN, 7,398.06
BECHTHOLD, ANGELA, 60,123.34
BECK, LOUIS, 210.00
BEERMANN, KYLE, 59,362.01
BEHRENS, CHRISTOPHER, 4,025.99
BELTZ, WYATT, 2,337.12
BERGMEIER, CHAD, 48,964.00
BISTLINE, MICHAEL, 66,528.51
BLAND, CINDY, 21,738.00
BOHNSTENGEL, PATRICIA, 18,608.42
BORTON, JULIE, 16,271.06
BOSTIAN, DEAN, 60,235.00
BREITBACH, PAT, 51,641.00
BRODIGAN, DENISE, 25,708.82
BRONNER, JONATHAN, 2,000.40
BROWN, SANDRA, 19,330.07
BRUCE, CINDY, 23,005.15
CALHOON, TERRI, 10,452.24
CALKINS, DELORES, 7,835.17
CAMPBELL, MELVIN, 574.25
CARLSON, KORINA, 69,766.35
CARLSON, TODD, 3,904.00
CARTY, JULIE, 66,057.02
CAYTON, KRISTIN, 59,663.00
CIAVARELLI, DALTON, 41,101.00
CLAIR, MICHAEL, 13,298.31
CLARK, RORY, 49,810.76
CRAWFORD, AMY, 27,141.13
CRAWFORD, KODY, 2,409.63
CREES, CHRISTY, 7,437.50
DABNEY, DENNIS, 19,970.19
DABNEY, STACEY 16,432.27
DAMRO, NOAH, 2,272.92
DARNALL POYNER, JOLEEN, 61,324.76
DELAGARDELLE, MARY, 56,666.95
DENGLER, RONALD, 12,641.05
DENNER, SCOTT, 61,301.00
DIEMER, KATIE, 1,050.00
DONLEA, TERRI, 56,511.84
DRISCOL, BRADY, 9,488.62
DRISCOL, LAURIE, 64,316.98
DRISCOL, ROBERT, 9,850.00
DUCKER, LINDSAY, 23,787.54
DUNKELBERGER, HOLLY, 69,563.36
DUNKELBERGER, JOSHUA, 50,976.00
DVORAK, ANDREA, 17,873.75
DVORAK, BECKY, 16,575.15
ECKLUND, TERESA, 1,050.00
EHLERS, DEBRA, 28,508.93
EIKAMP, RITA, 2,782.50
ELLIOTT, VADA 3,937.50
ENGEL, TAMMI, 306.95
ESTLING, STEPHANIE, 42,477.00
EWOLDT, WENDY, 9,131.18
FELDT, GINA, 53,346.70
FLESHNER, STACY, 9,074.99
FLESHNER, TRAVIS, 148,000.00
FOSS, LESA, 5,053.10
FOWLER, JOHN, 14,721.22
FRISBIE, HOLLY, 15,797.80
GARBES, NEKODA, 2,519.00
GARDNER, BRENDA, 31,605.24
GARDNER, BROOKE, 7,818.42
GASSMAN, ADAM, 3,500.00
GASSMAN, JENNIFER, 63,673.12
GATES, JENNIFER, 61,712.01
GETZ, JOAN, 22,094.44
GIBSON, BEVERLY, 741.62
GINGRICH, CRAIG, 6,930.00
GLEASON, KENDA, 27,176.26
GLENN, CARA, 19,397.94
GLENN, KAYLEEN, 1,798.00
GOODWIN, JOHN, 4,006.80
GRAVEMAN, SHELBY, 2,100.00
GROSSE, TRACIE 64,665.18
GROTE, CAROL, 47,325.00
HALUPNICK, JANICE, 997.50
HANNA, CHRISTINA 32,871.94
HARMSEN, BRANDI, 13,706.15
HARTING, DANIEL, 23,291.71
DABNEY, DENNIS, 19,970.19
DABNEY, STACEY 16,432.27
DAMRO, NOAH, 2,272.92
DARNALL POYNER, JOLEEN, 61,324.76
DELAGARDELLE, MARY, 56,666.95
DENGLER, RONALD, 12,641.05
DENNER, SCOTT, 61,301.00
DIEMER, KATIE, 1,050.00
DONLEA, TERRI, 56,511.84
DRISCOL, BRADY, 9,488.62
DRISCOL, LAURIE, 64,316.98
DRISCOL, ROBERT, 9,850.00
DUCKER, LINDSAY, 23,787.54
DUNKELBERGER, HOLLY, 69,563.36
DUNKELBERGER, JOSHUA, 50,976.00
DVORAK, ANDREA, 17,873.75
DVORAK, BECKY, 16,575.15
ECKLUND, TERESA, 1,050.00
EHLERS, DEBRA, 28,508.93
EIKAMP, RITA, 2,782.50
ELLIOTT, VADA 3,937.50
ENGEL, TAMMI, 306.95
ESTLING, STEPHANIE, 42,477.00
EWOLDT, WENDY, 9,131.18
FELDT, GINA, 53,346.70
FLESHNER, STACY, 9,074.99
FLESHNER, TRAVIS, 148,000.00
FOSS, LESA, 5,053.10
FOWLER, JOHN, 14,721.22
FRISBIE, HOLLY, 15,797.80
GARBES, NEKODA, 2,519.00
GARDNER, BRENDA, 31,605.24
GARDNER, BROOKE, 7,818.42
GASSMAN, ADAM, 3,500.00
GASSMAN, JENNIFER, 63,673.12
GATES, JENNIFER, 61,712.01
GETZ, JOAN, 22,094.44
GIBSON, BEVERLY, 741.62
GINGRICH, CRAIG, 6,930.00
GLEASON, KENDA, 27,176.26
GLENN, CARA, 19,397.94
GLENN, KAYLEEN, 1,798.00
GOODWIN, JOHN, 4,006.80
GRAVEMAN, SHELBY, 2,100.00
GROSSE, TRACIE 64,665.18
GROTE, CAROL, 47,325.00
HALUPNICK, JANICE, 997.50
HANNA, CHRISTINA 32,871.94
HARMSEN, BRANDI, 13,706.15
HARTING, DANIEL, 23,291.71
HARTKEMEYER, MIRANDA, 46,422.00
HECKROTH, KATHRYN, 19,346.57
HEMSATH, CRAIG, 54,293.50
HENKEL, CAROL 21,419.25
HENNINGS, PEGGY, 24,882.86
HENSING, DANIEL, 4,925.00
HENSON, WILLIAM 6,546.00
HETH, JANICE 62,355.19
HILD, ROXINE, 15,847.02
HIX, HOPE, 79,392.20
HOFFMAN-SCHULZ,COLLEEN,2,520.00
HOGAN, PATRICK, 68,912.66
HOOKHAM, MARK, 67,893.52
HORA, JUDY 15,788.34
HOULTON-OIEN, CHARITY 420.00
HUBBARD, NANCY, 7,350.00
JENSON, RIA, 46,838.50
JESSE, BARRY, 3,065.00
JESSE, BRIAN 4,925.00
JESSE, ERIC, 1,298.00
JESSE, RENEE, 64,200.52
JOHANNINGMEIER, MARCY, 18,237.01
JOHNSON, BRUCE, 2,572.82
JOHNSON, CHADD 3,709.00
JOHNSON, JANET 16,517.77
JONES, CAROL, 224.08
JUHL, PATRICIA, 59,601.20
JUNGE, DANA, 52,048.00
KAMP, DELYNN, 183.52
KEEGAN, MICHELLE, 75,573.25
KELLER, JODI, 59,591.51
KESTEN, LISA, 1,416.60
KESTEN, THOMAS, 52.50
KILER, ALEX 1,888.06
KING, KENT, 5,337.16
KNOOP, KELLI, 17,116.72
KOTOUC, SHEILA, 3,066.42
KRAFKA, AMY, 13,925.58
KRIZ, AMY, 52,576.89
KRIZ, KYLE, 3,242.00
KRUG, KATHY, 58,815.00
KVALE, TINA, 67,345.19
LANDERS, BRYLEE, 42,970.00
LARISON, CHERYL, 70,977.87
LARSON, JEAN, 35,295.33
LEYEN, GARY, 7,949.61
LEYTEM, ALISON, 49,608.00
LINDERER, ALYSSA, 39,620.49
LOFTUS, LOGAN, 45,625.72
LORENZEN, JENNIE, 55,930.50
LYNN, MICHELLE, 8,518.19
MAHOOD, MARC, 1,071.66
MATHIS, LISA, 23,954.16
MCFARLAND, NANCY, 387.76
MEHLERT, BART, 4,925.00
METCALF, MORGAN, 10,766.15
MICHAEL, KERRIE, 61,280.00
MIEHE, TARA, 15,533.88
MILLER, SARAH, 29,940.87
MITCHELL, TIMOTHY, 79,001.36
MONROE, SANDRA, 354.46
MOODY, LAURA, 20,133.24
MOODY, RYAN, 57,366.67
MORRIS, SCOT, 932.00
MORSE-BLANSHAN, DELORES, 73,561.37
MOUTON, PATRICK, 1,880.00
MUMM, DEBORAH, 1,575.00
NADING, AMY, 39,575.00
NEITZKE, ALLIE, 45,083.00
NENNIG, JOHN, 569.63
NEUMAN, DANA, 46,570.96
O’BRIEN, TIMOTHY, 3,465.00
OBROSK, GREG, 26,220.98
OLINE, SUSAN, 4,642.04
OLLENDIECK, MINDY, 28,652.57
OLLENDIECK, STEPHANIE, 262.50
OLSON, LORA, 17,692.53
OSMUNDSON, MARIA, 21,504.86
OTT, HOLLY, 5,056.45
OTTEN, KAMI, 60,013.35
PALMER, BEVERLY, 4,882.50
PARKER, PEYTON, 1,298.00
PARKER, SHERRY, 66,999.19
PARKER, TODD, 101,885.00
PARSON, JUSTIN, 70,958.01
PATEL, ANJALI, 39,575.00
PAULHUS, AMY, 21,263.73
PAULHUS, ANTHONY, 3,825.61
PENNELL, KIMBERLY, 22,006.38
PERRY, VERONICA, 178.76
PETERS, LYNNE, 61,034.51
PETERSEN, ANGELA, 52,016.00
PETERSEN, DYLAN, 1,720.00
PIPHO, LINDSAY, 1,841.00
POSPISIL, JARED, 63,435.68
POSPISIL, SARAH 54,603.50
POWELL, DARIAN, 1,785.00
RAUB, JUDY, 4,662.64
RAUB, VALERIE, 653.91
REEL, NATHAN, 1,795.00
REITER, COLE, 1,892.00
RENAUD, TATE, 365.67
RENAUD, THERESA, 3,867.67
RIGDON, BRYCE , 735.00
RIGGINS, CHERI, 67.71
ROBB, JEREMY, 2,093.00
ROBBINS, WHITNEY, 45,680.00
ROBERTS, DIANE, 36,111.00
ROHRBACH, LEAH, 15,022.01
ROLLAND, REBECCA, 3,606.23
ROTTINGHAUS, BRENDA, 23,189.45
ROTTINGHAUS, MARLEEN, 88.90
ROTTINGHAUS, ROYCE, 113.75
ROUTT, LAURIE, 69,202.03
ROWELL, JUANITA, 3,089.11
SACQUITNE, ADAM, 61,368.04
SATTERLEE-MULLIS, BETTY, 708.13
SCHADLE, DANDEENA, 66,542.53
SCHARES, POLLY, 15,840.26
SCHEETZ, NIKKI, 23,754.91
SCHMIDT, JULIE, 64,850.20
SCHMIDT, MICHAEL, 71,948.52
SCHMITZ, BECKY, 45,287.76
SCHMITZ, CAITLIN, 47,699.14
SCHMITZ, JOSEPH, 3,343.00
SCHMUECKER, MICHAEL, 39,270.03
SCHUTTERLE, HARLAN, 42,986.90
SELKEN, DENISE, 154.70
SEVERTSGAARD, TYLER, 2,452.49
SIDES, LEIGH, 1,636.20
SLACK, ADRIANNE, 57,920.00
SLACK, WAYNE, 76,643.00
SLATER, RYAN, 59,726.40
SLICK, GREGORY, 2,178.49
SMELTZER, DENNIS, 787.50
SMITH, REBECCA, 21,596.67
SMITH, REED, 525.00
SORENSEN, KARLA, 54,826.84
SPORE, HEIDI, 47,002.00
SPRAGG, HALEY, 43,800.50
SPRATT, SYDNEY, 31.45
STALEY HOPPENWORTH, ADRIANNE, 43,722.76
STEUK, SARA, 48,082.76
STOAKES, CORINDY, 63,173.00
STOAKES, DAWN, 57,954.49
STOCK, JESSICA, 5,352.97
STRUBEL, WILLIAM, 26,366.37
STWALLEY, TABITHA, 6,430.28
TECKLENBURG, JOSEPH, 698.12
TERNUS, LYNNE, 60,253.34
THOMSEN, KIMBERLY, 31,367.84
TIMMER, AUSTIN, 391.36
TIMMER, MICHEL, 65,038.66
TOENGES, JASON, 103,500.00
TRUNCK, TERRY, 3,602.38
TURNER, JULIE, 19,744.29
VOPELAK, DEREK, 13,422.87
WAGNER, REBECCA, 15,451.87
WAGNER, STEVEN, 46,637.44
WALKER, RANDI, 2,524.00
WALLIN, SUE, 19,538.86
WANDSCHNEIDER, MELISSA, 19,658.44
WANDSCHNEIDER, PATRICIA, 9,975.51
WARREN, VALERIE, 65,682.85
WEBER, BAILEY, 20,097.66
WEBER, DAVID, 16,258.62
WEBER, LAURA, 40,300.50
WIECK, ARLO, 43,387.49
WIEDENHOFF, CAREN, 27,447.81
WIGG, BRUCE, 8,195.00
WILLEMS, KATHLEEN, 56,660.68
WILSON, DEBRA, 17,143.72
WILSON, DONNA, 11,772.96
WILSON, JAMIE, 31,079.38
WITTENBURG, ERIN, 60,672.68
WOLDAN, REBECCA, 4,672.50
WURZER, CHRISTY, 41,385.62
YOUNGBLUT, HAROLD, 3,343.00
ZAK, WILLIAM, 62,163.00
ZEMPEL, HUNTER, 2,210.00
ZONDO, ELIZABETH, 58,345.01
Employees: 284
Grand Total: 7,841,014.86

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