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HomeMy WebLinkAbout1980-04-14-Regular Minutes.,.,..,f 9 April 8,1980 The Waukee City Council met for the budget hearing on April 8, 1980 at 7:00 p.m.Mayor Harry Copeland presided and all councilmen were present.One seat on council is vacant at this time. Moved by Scott,second by Higgs,to approve minutes as read. Carried 4 to O. No written or oral objections to the budget was received by the council. Moved by Scott,second by Spencer,to approve the budget: No other business was before the council at this time.Moved by Oetting,second by Higgs,to adjourn.Carried 4 to 0, ;;lga7~ May~ April;14,1980 The regular meeting of the Waukee city council was held on April l~,1980 with Mayor Copeland presiding and all councilmen present-- Art Spencer,Larry Oetting,Jim Higgs,and Curtis Scott.One council seat still remains vacant.Attorney Paul Huscher was also present. Guests at this meeting were:J S Keller,Mr &Mrs Dale Boone,Mrs Willard Ware,Ben Phillips,Karen Biddle,Stella Thompson,Norma Franks,R E Heddinger,Jerry You~g,KennSpahr,Chuck Lewis, Jerry Wright,John Weir,Eugene Dluhos,Karen Crane,Darrell McCleish Don Henson,James Maret,Stephen Hawkbaker,Tamie Royer, Rod Spencer Lloyd Ro"yer,Ron Jackson,Jerry McCullough,a.nd Mr &Mrs Jerome Volkmer. The minutes of previous meeting were approved. Larry Phillips discussed purchase of a police car from Revenue Sharing money at a cost of $699'.89.Moved by Higgs,second by Scott,to purchase a Glass T Enforcement police car--1980 Plymouth Gran Fury from Des Moines Chrysler Phymouth with the Revenue Sharing money.Carried 4 toO. The Waukee Recreational Youth Committee met with the council regarding ball diamonds at the park and behind the cemeEary. Lloyd Royer discussed the bills already incurred for material used on diamonds and donations received.Also pres~ntedwere items or cost for items still needed to make diamonds usable at approximate cost of $1274.29.,' Moved by Oetting,second by Scott to ear mark the rest of the Revenue Sharing money received in 1980 to Waukee Recreational Youth Committee or the amount of $1274.29.Carried Lf to O. Discussion was held on maintenance of diamonds (mowing grass, upkeep,etc)during the summer.It was decided that city crews nor city equipment would be used for upkeep on diamonds. Bob Heddinger met with the council regarding beer garden to the rear of his business.The council was not in favor of this addition--subject dropped. Rose Ware discussed with the council about proposed addition to their home which had been objected to previously.Moved by Scott,second by Oetting,to approve building permit.to Wares for addition.A roll call vote was held as follows:Spencer, Higgs,and Oetting voting No.Scott voting Yes.Motion not carried.Mrs Ware asked for hearing with Board of Adjustment. 10 \~\.- April l~--cont Mike Aldrich and Darrel McCleish representing the Jay-Cees met with the council regarding money that the Jay-Cees have to donate to the city park and would like to have it used for volley ball courts. Moved by Higgs,second by Oetting,to allow Jay-Cees to have ground surveyed as a spot for volley ball court (an area 20 X 40) NE of shelter house north of the creek to be paid by Jay-Cees. Carried 4 to O. Ron Jackson with ~presented update of SSES study to the council. Ray Burger was not present as stated on the agenda however P &Z recommends that his property be rezoned from R-2 to C,2.A hearing on this zoning .change will be held May 5.,·1980 at 6:00 p.m.Moved by Oetting second by Higgs,to have zoning hearing on above date and to publish same in the Dallas County News. Carried 4 to O. ,. Recommendations to zoning ordinances as presented by P &Z to be reviewed by council when new ordinances are adopted. The clerk made presentation of bills.Moved by Higgs,second by Oetting,to pay bills as presented with exceptions as follows: American Public Gas Assn Casey's Cop¥,Systems Curtis Noll E E Long Farmer's Coop Flowers by Trent Gardiner,Nail &Davis Gronert Electronics Iowa Plumbers Supply Iowa Power &Light John's Auto Service Matt Leyden's Municipal Supply. Metro Uniform Midwestern Electronics Oakes Engineering Olson Bros R &C Office Supply R &R Welding Rockwell International Service Lamp Corp Smeal Fire Equip Syflo Universal Insurance Utility Consultants City of Van Meter $344.00--pay $172.00 366.57 79.00 13.43 10.78 50.90 43.78 5699.53--pay $1500.00 69.75 131.04 6492.09 180.17 70.00 17.94 36.20 33.10 90.00 943.79 23.04 3.90 944.86--do not pay 69.75 790.54 1.75 168.00 90.00 417.35-.do not pay til 6-30-80 Water Proe;tucts Waukee Hardware Ade1 Auto Supply Animal Rescue League M &H Sales Co New England Business Service Remo Nizzi 282.00 8.46 8.16 112.50 76.19 27.18 3494.89--do not pay til we get more information 33952.37 7249.44 17.18 63.50 Northern Natural Gas Payroll for Harch Brian J Redshaw U S Leasing Carried 4 to O. The west end storm sewer project was discussed at length.Hoved by Scott,second by Spencer,to get bids on this storm sewer project.Rol1'ca11 vote--Spencer,Oetting,Higgs,and Scott voting Yes.Hotion carried.The advisory vote is not to be taken on April 22 1980.(SEE ATTACHED RESOLUTION) ,/ \ The Council took up and considered the proposed construction of storm sewer improvements. Council Member Scott introduced the following resolution hereinafter set out entitled:"Resolution to provide for a notice of hearing on proposed plans and specifications and proposed form of contract for the construction of storm sewer improvements,and the taking of bids therefor",and moved its adoption,seconded by Council Member Spencer After due consideration thereof by the Council, the Mayor put the question on the motion and the roll being called,the following named Council Members voted: Ayes:Spencer,Oetting,Higgs,and Scott Nays:None recorded Whereupon,the Mayor declared the said motion duly carFied and the said resolution adopted,as follows: -2- BELIN.HARRIS.HE;bMIGK '"bOVRIEN.LAWYERS.DES MOINES.IOWA RESOLUTION To provide for a notice of hearing on proposed plans and specifications and proposed form of contract for the construction of storm sewer improvements,and the taking of bids therefor WHEREAS,the City of Waukee,Iowa,has determined that it is necessary and desirable that a pUblic improvement be constructed as described in the proposed olans and specifications and form of contract prepared by Oakes Eng ineerlng Company,the eng ineers for the City, which proposed plans,specifications and form of contract are on file with the Clerk and which pUblic improvement may be hereafter referred to as the Storm Sewer Improvements (and is sometimes hereinafter in this resolution referred to as the "Proj ect");arid WHEREAS,it is necessary to fix a time and place of public hearing on the proposed plans,specifications and form of contract and estimated cost for the Project and to advertise for sealed bids for the Project; NOW,THEREFORE,Be It Resolved by the Council of Waukee,Iowa,as follows: Section 1.That the Project is necessary and desirable for the City and it is in the best interests of the City to proceed toward the construction of the Project. Section 2.That the amount of the bid security to accompany each bid is hereby fixed at 10%of the amount of the proposal. Section 3.That the 12th day of May ,1980,at 7 ·00 0'clock L·m.,at the City Hall ,in the City,is hereby fixed as the time and place of hearing on the proposed plans,specifications and form of contract and estimated cost for the Project,and also as the time and place of taking bids in connection therewith. Section 4.That the Clerk is hereby authorized and directed to give notice of the aforementioned hearing and taking of bids by publication of such notice in The Da]]as COlmtJ/:News ,a newspaper of general circulation in.the City,which pUblication shall be made not less than four nor more than twenty days prior to the time of the said hearing,all in conformity with Chapters 362 and 384 of the Code of Iowa,19'9,as amended.The said notice shall be in the form substantially as attached to this resolution. -3- BELIN.HARRIS.HEl.lVflGK "l.OVRIEN.LAWYERS.DES MOINES.IOWA Section 5.That all provisions set out in the following form of notice are hereby recognized and prescribed by this Council and that all resolutions or orders or parts thereof,to the .extent the same may be in conflict herewith,are hereby repealed. Passed and approved this 14th day of April ,1980. ~£~May C *** On motion and vote,the meeting adjourned.~+M -4- SELIN.HARRIS.HEl.MIGK &l.OVRIEN.LAWYERS.DES MOINES.IOWA 11 April l4--cont Moved by Scott,second by Oetting,to open the city park on April 19.Carried 4 to O. Discussion of Sunday sales for Golden Slipper was held.Clerk was instructed to look into this matter further as far as requirements for Sunday sales.Moved by Oetting ,to table this matter until mext meeting.Motion died for lack of second. Moved by Spencer to approve Sunday sales for Golden Slipper. Motion died for lack of second.No action taken. Mr Redshaw gave the clerk's report.Discussion of delinquent gas utility customers was discussed and shut off procedures outlined.A $50.00 re-hookup fee would be required if gas were shut off for non-payment.Moved by Scott,second by Higgs, to adopt the following resolution: RESOLUTION BE IT RESOLVED that all gas bills will b~in arrears NO MORE THAN ONE MONTH.After that time,'delinquent customers will receive a 12 days notice and,if the account is 'not ~p to date with that 12 days,gas service will be disconnected. A $50.00 re-hookup fee,in addition to full payment,will be p~id before gas is turned back on. The clerk will be careful to check if the prson is indigent or incapable of comprehending the notice or if immediately responding due to physical or mental handicaps and if known notify some 17e:sponsible person who usually oversees the care of such handicapped person.The clerk will inform county welfare in appropriate cases. A hearing by the council.will be provided upon the customer's request made not later than 5 days prior to shut-off date. Carried 4 to O. It was decided to have Gardiner,Nail &Davis do the city audit in July. Moved by Higgs,second by Spencer,to approve maintenance agreement with Thorpe Well Co at an annual cost of $400.00. Carried 4 to O. A letter from Gordon Copeland of Evanston,Illinois was read to the council regarding consideration of annexing their property on the NE corner of East St and Highway 6.Nocaction was taken. Vacancies on the Board of Adjustment was discussed.Tabled until next meeting. Moved by Oetting,second by Scott,to adjourn.Carried 4 to O.