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HomeMy WebLinkAbout2001-05-07-Regular MinutesWAUKEE CITY COUNCIL MINUTES May 7,2001 Call to Order -The May 7,2001 meeting of the Waukee City Council was called to order by Mayor Bailey at 7:03 PM.The Mayor asked for a roll call. Roll Call -The following members were present:Mayor Donald L.Bailey,Jr,and Council members Nicholas Gruber,Marvin Berger,Mike Watts,and Bill Peard.Absent: Councilman Wayne Johnson. Open Forum -Jim Phillips,240 Bel-Aire Dr.,commented on the high cost of the membership for the YMCA.The Mayor informed J\1r.Phillips that the City was not responsible for the exorbitant cost of the memberships.Jim Thompson,505 Locust St., wanted to thank Mr.Royer and the water department for the prompt attention he recei ved in having his gas and water turned back on and recommended the City give the Public Works workers a raise. Agenda Additions I Approval-Item #9,Approving Preliminary Plat for Joe Blick Property,was pulled from the agenda.A motion was made by Gruber,second by Peard to approve the agenda with the deletion of item #9.A roll call vote was taken.Ayes: Gruber,Peard,Watts,Berger.Nays:None.Motion carried 4-0. Consent Agenda -Mayor Bailey pointed out that the words Bredis and Councilman were spelled wrong in the April 23 minutes.Motion was made by Councilman Gruber, second by Councilman Berger to approve the consent agenda items listed with the recommended corrections made to the minutes: A.Approve Payroll and Bill List B.Approve April 9,16,and 23 City Council Minutes C.Approve Class B Beer License for Sugar Creek Golf Course A roll call vote was taken.Ayes:Gruber,Berger,Watts,Peard.Nays:None.Motion carried 4-0. BILL LIST 5/3/01 NO DEPT ENTERED BANKERS TRUST COMPANV ICMA MAY '01 TRANSFER FUNDS ICMA ICMA IPERS IPERS PDIPERS PDIPERS PDIPERS PDIPERS $19,200.00 $500.00 $500.20 $2,287.66 $2,418.63 $2,394.75 $2,305.60 $215.35 $215.35 IPERS IPERS -POLICE 1 PDIPERS $225.75 IMIDLANDHOMESOVERPAYMENTONISSIRSYS$182.00 MITCHELL,DEANNA J GASIWATER DEPOSIT REFUND $100.00 TREASURER,STATE OF IOWA APR '01 SEWER SALES TAX $173.65 APRIL '01 WATER SALES TAX $2,975.16 APRIL '01 GAS SALES TAX $8,716.90 TREASURER,STATE OF IOWA STATEW/H $0.09 STATEW/H $1,813.25 STATEW/H $2,013.09 STATEW/H $63.45 STATEW/H $63.45 STATEW/H $67.04 POLICE OPERATIONS ALLEGRA ALL CLEAR SIGNS $41.23 DOG/CAT ORDINANCE &COVE $306.92 NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH BOOK $419.30 BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS ELECTRONIC REPAIR $75.00 ELECTRONIC REPAIR $141.00 ELECTRONIC REPAIR $81.10 ELECTRONIC REPAIR $72.00 ELECTRONIC REPAIR $85.00 ELECTRONIC REPAIR $50.00 1ELECTRONICSREPAIR-BAITER $184.00 CARPENTER UNIFORM CO UNIFORMS $292.85 BLOUSES $73.90 CHIEF SUPPLY BAITERIES FOR PORTABLES $103.98 DATAMAXX APPLIED TECHNOO YRL Y MAINTENANCE $500.00 EVIDENCE COLLECTION AND BIOHAZARD LABELS $20.45 BID-HAZARD LIT $40.80 FESLERSINC 1/2 CENTURION LIGHTS $485.00 IACP NET/LOGIN SERVICES 2001-2002 RENEWAL FEES $250.00 IOWA DEPT OF PUBLIC SAFETY APR/MAY/JU '02 STATEMENT $855.00 IOWA FIRE EQUIPMENT COMP POLICE-FIRE EXT SERVICE $38.95 JOHN DEERE HEALTH PLAN I MAY '01 HEALTH INSURANCE $6,101.70 MADISON NATIONAL LIFE MAY '01 LT DISABILITY $153.56 MCLEOD USA APR '01 POLICE STATEMENT $396.81 METLIFE SMALL BUSINESS C MAY '01 LIFE INSURANCE $131.90 MID AMERICAN ENERGY APR '01 STATEMETN $452.59 MIGHTY TIDY CLEANING APR '01 POLICE CLEANING $450.00 MOBILE VISION MIC ASSEMBLY $200.00 NATIONAL SCHOOL PRODUCTS VHS HOW TO SAY NO MARIJU $109.09 OLSON BROTHERS 6 TIRES $542.70 APRI '01 POLICE STATEMENT $148.10 IPHILLIPS,LARRY J EXPENSE REIMBURSEMENT-SC $139.97 QUALITY FORD OF WDM REPAIRS-EXPLORER $396.70 R 7 T SPECIALTY INC AWARD RIBBONS &MEDALLIO $59.62 2 SULLIVAN,TIM P2000 REPAIR $97.83 VIDEO SERVICE OF AMERICA VHS TAPES &ERASER $100.86 WAUKEE HARDWARE &VARIETY MAR '01 STATEMENT $35.81 MAR '01 STATEMENT $10.17 WAUKEE MUNICIPAL UTILITIES APRIL '01 STATEMENT $302.48 FIRE PROTECTION AIR SOLUTIONS REPAIR $177.22 FIRE STATION AlC REPAIR $277.24 AIRDESK INC AXCELL INTERFACE $166.83 ARNOLD MOTOR SUPPLY SEAT COVER $37.99 COMPUSA INC INK REFILLS $74.18 CRYSTAL CLEAR BOTTLED WA MAR '01 STATEMETN-FIRE $35.18 ED M FELD EQUIPMENT CO 3 AIR PAKS $6,525.00 AXE HANDLE $24.00 ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING C REPAIR $108.00 G NEIL COMPANIES IOWA POSTER $55.26 HYVEE SNOW MELT $49.89 JOHN DEERE HEALTH PLAN I MAY '01 HEALTH INSURANCE $277.35 MADISON NATIONAL LIFE MAY '01 LT DISABILITY $27.90 MCLEOD USA APR '01 STATEMENT $198.15 METLIFE SMALL BUSINESS C MAY '01 LIFE INSURANCE $14.72 MID AMERICAN ENERGY APR '01 STATEMENT $599.95 PMXMEDICAL SUPPLIES $115.58 TEAM TWO INC APR '01 STATEMENT $684.05 TREASURER IOWA STATE UNI FIRE OFFICE I CERTIFICAT $75.00 VEENSTRA &KIMM INC APR '01 STATEMENT $36.00 WAUKEE HARDWARE &VARlET MAR '01 STATEMENT $129.04 MAR '01 STATEMENT $62.45 WAUKEE MUNICIPAL UTILITIES APR '01 STATEMENT $400.95 STREET LIGHTING MID AMERICAN ENERGY APR '01 STATEMENT $6,154.00 TRAFFIC SIGNAL LIGHTS MID AMERICAN ENERGY APR '01 STATEMENT $485.45 APR '01 STATEMENT $29.70 BUILDING INSPECTION JOHN DEERE HEALTH PLAN I MAY '01 HEALTH INSURANCE $1,664.10 MADISON NATIONAL LIFE MAY '01 LT DISABILITY $34.04 MEDLIFE SMALL BUSINESS C MAY '01 LIFE INSURANCE $26.72 OLSON BROTHERS FUEL $18.00 FUEL $15.50 FUEL $22.50 RICHARDSON,BETH MILEAGE REIMBURSEMENT $5.78 TRIPLETT OFFICE ESSENTIAL OFFICE SUPPLIES $37.00 3 OFFICE SUPPLIES $12.50 1 LABEL-POST IT NOTES-FILE $20.57 SUPPLIES $6.79 RETURNED POCKET FILE -$12.50 VEENSTRA &KIMM INC ZONING &STREET MAPS $27.00 APR '01 STATEMENT $381.83 ANIMAL CONTROL BRODERICK ANIMAL CLINIC MAR '01 STATEMENT $200.00 LIBRARY SERVICES JOHN DEERE HEALTH PLAN I MAY '01 HEALTH INSURANCE $1,386.75 MADISON NATIONAL LIFE MAY '01 LT DISABILITY $28.48 MCLEOD USA APR '01 STATEMENT $128.80 METLIFE SMALL BUSINESS C MAY'01 LIFE INSURANCE $14.72 WAUKEE HARDWARE &VARIETY MAR '01 STATEMENT $4.39 PARKS AAA AWARDS &KEEPSAKE GI 2000 CITIZEN OF THE YEAR $66.15 ADVERT-A-SHIRT COMPANY 4TH JULY T-SHIRTS $3,711.50 DALLAS COUNTY NEWS EASTER EGG HUNT AD $149.62 HEARTLAND CO-OP APR '01 STATEMETN-PUBLIC $166.86 JIMMERSON CUSTOM DESIGN PARK &REC BOARD TSHIRTS $310.30 ]JOHN DEERE HEALTH PLAN I MAY'01 HEALTH INSURANCE $277.35 MADISON NATIONAL LIFE MAY'01 LT DISABILITY $13.80 MBNA AMERICA BUSINESS CA APR '01 STATEMETN/GUNDER $751.06 APR '01 STATEMENT/GIBSON $57.69 MENARDS PICNIC TABLES $309.50 METLIFE SMALL BUSINESS C MAY '01 LIFE INSURANCE $7.36 MID AMERICAN ENERGY APR '01 STATEMENT $20.85 MOMAR WEEK KILLER $1,799.98 QWEST 987-9772 APR '01 $60.06 VEENSTRA &KIMM INC APR '01 STATEMENT $1,826.64 WAUKEE HARDWARE &VARIETY MAR '01 STATEMENT $5.39 WAUKEE MUNICIPAL UTILITIES APR '01 STATEMENT #12210 $38.14 APRIL '01 STATEMENT #50000 $38.54 SOLID WASTE COLLECTION &RECYCLING IMMING,MARILYN REFUND -GARBAGE COLLECT $50.70 PUBLIC WORKS AT&T APR '01 STATEMENT $11.21 APR '01 STATEMENT $3.79 CAPITAL SANITARY SUPPLY RETURNED PLATES -$49.20 IPLATES$49.20 FASTPRO INTERNATIONALIN DECONGESTANT TABLETS $51.05 GIBSON,JOHN R CONFERENCE MEAL REIMBURS $13.49 4 JOHN DEERE HEALTH PLAN I MAY '01 HEALTH INSURANCE $277.35 MADISON NATIONAL LIFE MAY '01 LT DISABILITY $27.64 MBNA AMERICA BUSINESS CA APR '01 STATEMENT·GIBSON $100.44 MCLEOD USA APR '01 STATEMENT $39.32 METLIFE SMALL BUSINESS C MAY '01 LIFE INSURANCE $7.36 MID AMERICAN ENERGY APR '01 STATEMENT $288.51 OLSON BROTHERS FUEL $40.00 FUEL $35.00 FUEL $40.00 OW EST 987-5941 APR '01 $39.48 APR '01987-5941 CREDIT -$26.00 SAGE PUBLICATIONS INC SUBSCRIPTION $25.00 UNITED STATES CELLULAR APRIL '01 STATEMENT $23.47 WATER UTILITY CAPITAL SANITARY SUPPLY PAPER TOWELS $119.07 OM WATER WORKS MAR '01 STATEMENT $10,391.98 APR '01 STATEMENT $9,910.23 HEARTLAND CO-OP APR '01 STATEMENT-PUBLIC $194.60 IOWA DEPT OF PUBLIC HEAL BACKFLOW PREVENT AP-WINT $50.00 IOWA RURAL WATER ASSOCIAT 2001 MEMBERSHIP $175.00 JOHN DEERE HEALTH PLAN I MAY '01 HEALTH INSURANCE $832.05 JOHNSTON DIST CO INC FILTERS $21.65 FILTERS $41.34 FILTERS $27.83 FILTERS $2.39 MADISON NATIONAL LIFE MAY '01 LT DISABILITY $13.39 MCLEOD USA APR '01 STATEMENT $39.33 METLIFE SMALL BUSINESS C MAY '01 LIFE INSURANCE $7.30 MID AMERICAN ENERGY APR '01 STATEMENT $2.50 APR '01 STATEMETN $682.90 MUNICIPAL SUPPLY MARKING PAINT $30.60 UNITED RENTALS SODCUTIER $50.60 WAUKEE HARDWARE &VARIETY MAR '01 STATEMENT $17.48 MAR '01 STATEMENT $3.49 MAR '01 STATEMENT $16.67 WAUKEE MUNICIPAL UTILITIES APR '01 STATEMENT #12210 $38.14 APR '01 STATEMENT #50009 $110.55 APR '01 STATEMENT #50010 $19.15 APR '01 STATEMENT #50000 $38.54 APR '01 STATEMENT #50009 $46.64 WINTERS,TROY APR '01 EXPENSE REIMBURSE $50.17 SANITARY SEWERS &TREATMENT FAC HEARTLAND CO-OP APR '01 STATEMENT·PUBLIC $147.82 JOHN DEERE HEALTH PLAN I MAY '01 HEALTH INSURANCE $832.05 JOHNSTON DIST CO INC FILTERS $21.64 5 FILTERS $41.34 FILTERS $27.83 FILTERS $2.38 MADISON NATIONAL LIFE MAY '01 LT DISABILITY $17.24 MCLEOD USA APR '01 STATEMENT $269.24 METLIFE SMALL BUSINESS C MAY '01 LIFE INSURANCE $7.36 MID AMERICAN ENERGY APR '01 STATEMENT $2.60 APR '01 STATEMENT $3,509.65 MID STATES FORD INC SEWER TRUCK SHIFTER KNOB $2.37 QWEST 987-6084 APR '01 $45.44 ROBINSON,TOM BLDG PERMIT REFUND·SEWER $215.00 VEENSTRA &KIMM INC APR '01 STATEMENT $1,003.10 WAUKEE HARDWARE &VARIETY MAR '01 STATEMENT $4.76 MAR '01 STATEMENT $92.28 WAUKEE MUNICIPAL UTILITIES APR '01 STATEMENT #12210 $38.14 APR '01 STATEMENT #10120 $200.50 APR '01 STATEMENT #50000 $38.53 APR '01 STATEMENT #50014 $153.75 APR '01 STATEMENT #50009 $46.65 GAS UTILITY CIGMALLC LEAK DETECTOR $23.90 ANODE $860.20 COLLINS,MURIEL S UTILITY REFUND·GAS $60.00 HEARTLAND CO-OP APR '01 STATEMENT-PUBLIC $785.93 IOWA ASSOCIATION OF CATHODIC PROTECTION $350.00 CERTIFICATION $51.00 IOWA DEPT OF COMMERCE ASSESSMENT FY2001 $548.00 IOWA PIPELINE ASSOC INC MOVE GAS MAIN $285.58 LEAK REPAIR $214.18 MOVE GAS MAIN $2,357.47 IOWA UTILITIES BOARD TSI REGISTRATION·DODGE $40.00 TSI REGISTRATION-DEZEEUW $40.00 JOHN DEERE HEALTH PLAN I MAY '01 HEALTH INSURANCE $1,941.45 MADISON NATIONAL LIFE MAY '01 LT DISABILITY $48.11 MCLEOD USA APR '01 STATEMENT·PUBLIC $78.65 METLIFE SMALL BUSINESS C MAY '01 LIFE INSURANCE $20.72 MID AMERICAN ENERGY APRIL '01 STATEMENT $2.50 APRIL '01 STATEMENT $306.15 MUNICIPAL SUPPLY LOCATOR REPAIR $248.75 MARKING PAINT $91.80 MYLAND,JOHN GAS REFUND $17.16 ONE CALL SYSTEMS INC MAP $9.00 QWEST 987·0821 AP R '01 $42.43 IAPR'01 440-6340 $38.98 ROYER,TIM STEEL TOE WORK BOOTS $149.98 UNITED STATES CELLULAR APR '01 STATEMENT $23.47 6 US FILTERIWATERPRO VEENSTRA &KIMM INC WAUKEE HARDWARE &VARIETY APR '01 STATEMENT METER STOP APR '01 STATEMENT MAR '01 STATEMENT MAR '01 STATEMENT MAR '01 STATEMENT APR '01 STATEMENT #12210 APR '01 STATEMENT #50010 APR '01 STATEMENT #50000 APR '01 STATEMENT #50009 $91.94 $157.74 $36.00 $10.41 $32.37 $30.09 $38.14 $19.15 $38.53 $46.65 WAUKEE MUNICIPAL UTILITIES UTILITY BILLING BUDGET STORAGE RENTAL DM WATER WORKS MAY'01 STORAGE MAR '01 STATEMENT APR '01 STATEMENT TSI REGISTRATION-KELLER MAY'01 HEALTH INSURANCE MAY'01 LT DISABILITY ANNUAL BULK MAIL PERMIT $40.00 $148.00 $9,920.00 $40.00 $277.35 $12.81 $125.00 IOWA UTILITIES BOARD JOHN DEERE HEALTH PLAN I MADISON NATIONAL LIFE US POSTAL SERVICE STREETS DEPARTMENT CFI TIRE SERVICE DIAMOND VOGEL PAINTS KAR PRODUCTS MADISON NATIONAL LIFE MAJONA CORPORATION MENARDS METLIFE SMALL BUSINESS C MID AMERICAN ENERGY MOSS BROTHERS INC PRAXAIR R-WAY CONCRETE VAN-WALL EQUIPMENT INC WAUKEE HARDWARE &VARlET TIRE REPAIR TRAFFIC PAINT TRAFFIC PAINT SWEEPER REPAIR APR '01 STATEMETN-PUBLIC BATIERY EXTINGUISHER MAY'01 HEALTH INSURANCE FILTERS FILTERS FILTERS FILTERS ELECTRICAL CONNECTORS MAY'01 LT DISABILITY REPAIR TRACTOR BLADE CONCRETE FORMS MAY'01 LIFE INSURANCE APR '01 STATEMENT LIFT PIN CYLINDER RENTAL CURB REPAIR CREDIT MAR '01 STATEMENT MAR '01 STATEMENT APR '01 STATEMENT #50009 $55.00 $268.95 $287.95 $118.12 $405.08 $65.95 $79.20 $1,386.75 $21.65 $41.34 $27.84 $2.39 $39.75 $29.74 $135.00 $99.02 $14.72 $2.50 $3.61 $22.85 $173.25 -$93.34 $44.81 $47.05 $46.64 ELLIOTI EQUIPMENT CO HEARTLAND CO-OP INTERSTATE BATIERY SYSTEM IOWA FIRE EQUIPMENT COMP JOHN DEERE HEALTH PLAN I JOHNSTON DIST CO INC WAUKEE MUNICIPAL UTILITIES 7 WHEELER LUMBER LLC BRIDGE PLANK $136.08 I MAYOR AND COUNCIL j SIGNS NOW PODIUM SIGN $155.50 TRIPLETI OFFICE ESSENTIAL CASSETIE TAPES $33.24 SUPPLIES $7.74 RETURNED CASSETIE TAPES -$2.95 RETURNED CASSETIES -$26.25 ADMINISTRATION A-D DISTRIBUTING CO INC FLAG POLE REPAIR $41.74 ANE COMPUTER SERVICES NETWORD MAINTENANCE $225.00 ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICES MAT SERVICE-COMM CENTER $43.65 CITY HALL RUG SERVICE $48.31 RUG SERVICE-COMMUNITY CN $41.37 ARENTSEN,MARK PIZZA/POP STRATEGIC PLAN $61.54 MAY '01 AUTO ALLOWANCE $250.00 BUDGET STORAGE RENTAL MAY '01 STORAGE $40.00 CAPITAL SANITARY SUPPLY GARBAGE BAGS $37.00 DALLAS COUNTY AUDITOR COPIES $18.00 DM WATER WORKS MAR '01 STATEMENT $166.37 DORRIAN HEATING &COOLING COMM CENTER IGNITOR $102.14 IOWA FIRE EQUIPMENT COMP CITY HALL FIRE EXT SERVI $78.95 1JOHNDEEREHEALTHPLANIMAY'01 HEALTH INSURANCE $1,180.37 LITHO GRAPHICS PRINT COM MAY '01 NEWSLETIER $361.00 MADISON NATIONAL LIFE MAY '01 LT DISABILITY $47.30 MBNA AMERICA BUSINESS CA MAR '01 STATEMENT/ARENTSE -$390.05 APR '01 STATEMENTIARENTSE $55.95 MCLEOD USA APR '01 STATEMENT $395.60 METLIFE SMALL BUSINESS C MAY '01 LIFE INSURANCE $34.42 MID AMERICAN ENERGY APR '01 STATEMENT $149.76 APR '01 STATEMENT $325.21 PURCHASE POWER MAILING LABELS $70.70 QWEST 987-8390 APR '01 $49.72 SEARS ROEBUCK &CO ICE MAKER REPAIR $57.75 TRIPLETI OFFICE ESSENTIAL OFFICE SUPPLIES $46.40 OFFICE SUPPLIES $14.06 COPY PAPER $131.60 CHAIR $250.00 LABEL-POST IT NOTES-FILE $7.14 STORAGE DRAWERS $323.88 SUPPLIES $5.74 US POSTAL SERVICE ANNUAL BULK MAIL PERMIT $125.00 VAN ZEE,DIANNA APR '01 MILEAGE/CITIZEN $9.52 , APR '01 MILEAGE/CITIZEN $3.06 MAY '01 MILEAGE/CITIZEN $5.10 1 VEENSTRA &KIMM INC APRIL '01 STATEMENT $38.00 8 WAUKEE HARDWARE &VARIETY MAR '01 STATEMENT $6.38 MAR '01 STATEMENT $5.58 WAUKEE MUNICIPAL UTILITIES APR '01 STATEMETN #11950 $180.71 FINANCIAL ADMINISTRATION MADISON NATIONAL LIFE MAY '01 LT DISABILITY $21.44 METLIFE SMALL BUSINESS MAY '01 LIFE INSURANCE $7.36 PITNEY BOWES INC EQUIPMENT LEASE $195.00 TRIPLED OFFICE ESSENTIAL STORAGE DRAWERS $203.88 SUPPLIES $93.41 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT DORSEY &WHITNEY APR '01 LEGAL SERVICES $2,978.00 GUNDERSON,JODY MAY '01 TRAVEL ALLOWANCE $250.00 JOHN DEERE HEALTH PLAN I MAY '01 HEALTH INSURANCE $526.97 MADISON NATIONAL LIFE MAY '01 LT DISABILITY $28.93 MBNA AMERICA BUSINESS CA APR '01 STATEMENT/GUNDER $233.56 METLIFE SMALL BUSINESS C MAY '01 LIFE INSURANCE $7.36 TRIPLED OFFICE ESSENTIAL LABEL-POST IT NOTES-FILE $8.59 VEENSTRA &KIMM INC APR '01 STATEMENT $566.00 CITY ADORNEY DICKINSON MACKAMAN TYPER APR '01 UNION NEGOTIATION $2,242.50 HUSCHER,PAUL E MAY '01 SERVICES $1,000.00 ZONING DEPARTMENT RDG CROSE GARDNER SHUKER MAR '01 COMP PLAN FEES $3,750_00 ENGINEERING HEARTLAND CO-OP APR '01 STATEMENT-PUBLIC $165.00 JOHN DEERE HEALTH PLAN I MAY '01 HEALTH INSURANCE $554.70 TRIPLED OFFICE ESSENTIAL SUPPLIES $44.74 VEENSTRA &KIMM INC ZONING &STREET MAPS $27.00 APR '01 STATEMENT $7,526.10 GRAND TOTAL $169,936.83 PAID PRIOR TO COUNCIL APPROVAL POLICE OPERATIONS VISA APR '01 STATEMETN $84.07 APR '01 STATEMETN-BREUER $183.22 FIRE PROTECTION AT &T BROADBAND CABLE SET UP FEE $42.90 FAREWAY STORES LAUNDRY DET &BLEACH $16.77 BLEACH/DETERGENT $10.49 9 PARKS IFAREWAYSTORESEASTEREGGHUNTCANDY$441.00 SOLID WASTE COLLECTION &RECYS SELLMEYER,LEE GARBAGE REFUND $9.25 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IOWA UTILITY ASSOCIATION SMART ECON DEVEL CONFERE $35.00 GRAND TOTAL $822.70 PAYROLL 4/30/01 ARENTSEN,MARK .I $1,694.85 BORMANN,ADAM W $116.25 BOSWELL,KRISTIN A $179.40 BREUER,GREGORY A $1,234.44 BRUECKEN,ALYSSA .I $28.53 BURKHART,LINDA S $1,226.28 CROSS,MATTHEW A $355.44 DAGGETT,WILLIAM .I $899.87 DAVISSON,DELORES J $227.34 ]DEZEEUW,DAVID S $1,024.29 DODGE,JUSTIN D $865.35 DOWELL,DENNIS D $1,170.50 EFTPS FEDERAL $5,701.95 FICA $5,766.86 MEDICARE $1,348.64 FEDERAL $178.57 FICA $180.92 MEDICARE $42.32 FEDERAL $178.57 FICA $180.92 MEDICARE $42.32 FEDERAL $197.14 FICA $205.26 MEDICARE $48.02 FORD,ELIZABETH A $827.90 FREEMAN,BRADLEY W $117.90 GENTOSI,MICHAEL P $798.19 GIBSON,JOHN R $1,442.90 GUNDERSON,JODY T $1,602.78 HEIMANN,RONALD L $721.82 IHERRICK,ROBERT D $1,036.13 HORKEY,ROBIN R $1,049.35 $1,019.32 10 LIFE INS.PREM MACK,LINDA M MAPES,TROY M MARCHANT,JOEY L MURPHY·PETERSEN,DEVON M OLSON,scorr A PERKINS,LELAND E PHILLIPS,LARRY J POPP,SHAWN D RICHARDSON,ELIZABETH A ROBINSON,KIMBERLY A ROYER,TIMOTHY L SCHETTLER,RODNEY A SCHROEDER,MELANIE L SPENCER,ARTHUR D SPENCER,JEFFREY A TIMOTHY ROYER TORGERSON,LISA A VAN ZEE,DIANNA L WHITE,DANNY L WINTERS,TROY S LIFE INS PRE $1,019.32 $1,058.08 $757.89 $400.00 $300.00 $55.34 $902.61 $887.96 $936.61 $770.95 $977.50 $266.75 $1,541.59 $946.68 $898.29 $317.79 $1,114.15 $907.96 $129.82 $226.36 $788.89 $100.00 $445.35 $803.44 $977.98 $1,066.87 KELLER,CHRISTOPHER M LELAND PERKINS GRAND TOTAL $50,308.50 Resolution:Naming New Waukee Library the Virginia Clark Memorial Library.The naming of the library was recommended by Councilman Watts,he felt it was right to name it after Virginia Clark because of all the work she has done for the library in past years.Councilman Berger felt that the naming of the library should not come from the City Council but rather as a recommendation from the Library Board because of future fund raising issues.Mayor Bailey had spoken prior to the meeting with the Library Board about this issue and believes that naming the library is an appropriate function of the City Council.Joe Schmidt,a member of the Library Board,would like to go on the record to say that he is in favor of naming the library after Virginia Clark,but would like for a committee to be set up specifically for naming the library.Motion by Berger, second by Peard to return this issue to the Library Board of Trustees and have them bring a recommendation to the City Council.Ayes:Berger,Peard,Watts,Gruber.Nays: None.Motion carried 4-0. Mayor's Report:The Mayor reported on several items:1)Commercial Permits year to date are lower so far this year compared to last,but is anticipating with the site plans that have come through that will change.2)The Mayor read a proclamation establishing the 11 week of May 20-26 as National Public Works Week.3)Read a complaint from Marilyn Taylor of 670 Kaylin Dr.about Hickory Tech tearing up her yard.4)Read a letter from Dr.Stalker,Superintendent of the Waukee Schools,thanking the police and fire departments on their quick response to the death of (teacher)Dean Dawson.5)The family of Bob Applegate would like to express a thank you for the expression of sympathy from the city.6)On June 13,2001 a professor from the University of Iowa will be in town.7)Alice Wicker,County Supervisor,has an assistance program for persons over 60 years old to help pay for the high cost of the utility bills.8)Recognized and thanked Dick Nesselroad for Citizen of the Year.9)Acknowledged the ribbon cutting for Charter Bank.10)Received a letter from the state auditors and would like a report to find out if we are going to file the recommendation for the extra funds.11) Gave the Council the official notice of the veto for the Fire Truck purchase based on the specifications and the process that took place.A copy of the letter is shown below. ) I 12 ´┐Żaukee\J The Key to Good Living Mayor's Office -~ May 6,2001 Waukee City Council 230 Highway 6 Waukee,Iowa 50263 Dear Council Members, I am giving official notice of my veto of the council action that occurred April 23 accepting the bids fur a new fire truck from Toyne.This veto is based on information I researched regarding the specifications.The basis for this veto is I am not convinced the specifications as written allow for the best way to spend taxpayers dollars.I also have concerns abont how the bidding process occurred. M-( Donald Lee Baile~ Mayor,City of Waukee Mayor Donald L.Bailey,Jr. Cell:515.360.1144 Pager:515.264.6142 Home:515.987,"'4 www.waukee-Ia.ccm Waukee City Hall 230 Highway 6 Waukee,Iowa 50263 Phone:515.987.4522 Fax:515.987.1845 Resolution:Approving Construction Plans for Ville D 'Avray.The developer of the plat will be responsible for preparing the legal documentation required to provide the upkeep of a potential fountain or statue proposed within the cul-de-sac.Motion by Councilman Watts,second by Councilman Gruber to approve the Construction Plans with the legalities of the fountain/statue to be resolved by final plat.Ayes:Watts,Gruber, Berger,Peard.Nays:None.Motion carried 4-0. 13 THE CITY OF WAUKEE,IOWA RESOLUTION NO.01-67 ) APPROVING CONSTRUCTION PLANS FOR VILLE D'A VRA Y IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE CITY OF WAUKEE,IOWA WHEREAS,construction plans for the Ville D'Avray subdivision have been presented for approval by the City Council,AND, WHEREAS,the City finds this plat to be a desirable addition to the City's residential development,AND, WHEREAS,the proposed plat includes a fountain in the center of the cul-de-sac,AND, WHEREAS,the City does not intend to assume responsibility for the fountain,AND, WHEREAS,the City is willing to accept a bond for future construction of the sidewalks upon widening of 142nd Street, NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Waukee City Council in session this 7'h day of May,that it hereby approves the construction plans as presented for the Ville D'Avray subdivision subject to agreement between the developer and the City on perpetual care for the fountain.J Donald L.Bailey,Jr.,Mayor Attest: Mark J.Arentsen,City Administrator/Clerk ROLL CALL VOTE Nicholas C.Gruber Marvin Berger Bill Peard Mike Watts Wayne Johnson AYE NAY ABSENT X X X X X l 14 Resolution:Approving Site Plan for Westwood Plaza.Dennis Hansen of Environmental Design Group made the changes requested by the Planning &Zoning Commission and staff.The sidewalk along Carefree Lane along the west side of the outlot will not be installed,but an access to the strip mall from the bike trail will be provided on the southeast side of the project.Motion by Councilman Gruber,second by Councilman Berger to Approve the Site Plan for Westwood Plaza.Ayes:Gruber,Berger,Watts, Peard.Nays:None.Motion carried 4-0. THE CITY OF WAUKEE,IOWA RESOLUTION 01-68 APPROVING SITE PLAN FOR WESTWOOD PLAZA IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE CITY OF WAUKEE, IOWA WHEREAS,a site plan for the development of Westwood Plaza,a 33,570 sq.ft.retail facility located on the northeast corner of Carefree Lane and Hickman Road has been presented to the City,AND, WHEREAS,the City finds this to be a highly desirable project,AND, WHEREAS,the City intends to encourage other projects of this quality, NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Waukee City Council in session this 7th day of May,200lthat it hereby approves the site plan for Westwood Plaza provided that the developer; 1.Complies with all conditions set by the Planning &Zoning Committee, 2.Installs a connection to the bike path at the location set by the Council, 3.Installs exterior building materials as directed by the Council,and, 4.Complies with all other site plan requirements set by the Council. Donald L.Bailey,Jr.,Mayor Attest: 15 Mark J.Arentsen,City Administrator/Clerk ROLL CALL VOTE Nicholas C.Gruber Marvin Berger Bill Peard Mike Watts Wayne Johnson AYE NAY ABSENT X X X X X Resolution:Approving Plat of Survey for John &Emily Clark Property.Motion by Councilman Watts,second by Councilman Gruber to approve the plat of survey for John &Emily Clark.Ayes:Watts,Gruber,Peard,Berger.Nays:None.Motion carried 4-0. THE CITY OF WAUKEE,IOWA RESOLUTION 01·69 APPROVING PLAT OF SURVEY FOR JOHN AND EMILY CLARK PROPERTY IN THE NAME AND BY AUTHORITY OF THE CITY OF WAUKEE,IOWA WHEREAS,John and Emily Clark are the owners of the property at 14475 University Avenue,AND,1 WHEREAS,the Clarks have presented a Plat of Survey for the property showing a division of the property which is currently 3.4 acres into a 2.4 acre lot and a one acre lot, AND, WHEREAS,the Clarks have presented a bond for the future construction of sidewalk on University Avenue as well as easements for water flowage,sewer and public utility easements,AND, WHEREAS,the Planning &Zoning Committee has approved the plat as submitted, NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Waukee City Council in session this 7th day of May,2001 that it hereby approves the Plat of Survey submitted by John and Emily Clark for the property at 14475 University Avenue. Donald L.Bailey,Jr.,Mayor 1Attest: 16 Mark J.Arentsen,City Administrator/Clerk ROLL CALL VOTE Nicholas C.Gruber Marvin Berger Bill Peard Mike Watts Wayne Johnson AYE NAY ABSENT X X X X X Resolution:Approving Public Utility Easement in Windfield Park.Motion by Councilman Peard,second by Councilman Watts to approve the public utility easement in Windfield Park.Ayes:Peard,Watts,Berger,Gruber.Nays:None.Motion carried 4- o. RESOLUTION 01-70 ltESOLUTION APPROVING PUBLIC UTILITY EASEMENT IN WINDFIELK PARK WHEREAS,the City of Waukee,Dallas County,State oflowa,is a duly organized municipal corporation;and WHEREAS,there is a need for a public utility along Windfield Park;and WHEREAS,the easement will help in the installation of future utilities;and NOW,THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of Waukee,Iowa does hereby approve the public utility easement in Windfield Park on this 7th day of May 2001. Donald L.Bailey,Jr.,Mayor ATTEST: Mark J.Arentsen,City Administrator /Clerk 17 ROLL CALL VOTE AYES NAY ABSENT )Nicholas C.Gruber X Marvin Berger X Bill Peard X Mike Watts X Wayne Johnson X Resolution:Approving Utility Easements for Hickory Technologies in Windfield Park and Southfork Park.Motion by Councilman Peard,second by Councilman Berger to approve the utility easements for Hickory Technologies in Windfield Park and Southfork Park.Ayes:Peard,Berger,Gruber,Watts.Nays:None.Motion carried 4-0. RESOLUTION 01-71 RESOLUTION APPROVING UTILITY EASEMENTS FOR HICKORY TECHNOLOGIES IN WINDFIELD PARK AND SOUTHFORK PARK WHEREAS,the City of Waukee,Dallas County,State of Iowa,is a duly organized municipal corporation;and WHEREAS,Hickory Technologies is in need of an easement for placement of communication cabinets in Windfield Park and Southfork Park;and WHEREAS,the City of Waukee desiring to provide its citizens with several choices for telecommunications;and 1 NOW,THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of Waukee,Iowa does hereby approve the utility easements for Hickory Technologies in Windfield Park and Southfork Park on this 7th day of May 2001. Donald L.Bailey,Jr.,Mayor ATTEST: Mark J.Arentsen,City Administrator /Clerk ROLLCALL AYES NAY ABSENT 1NicholasC.Gruber Marvin Berger X X 18 Bill Peard Mike Watts Wayne Johnson x X X Resolution:Appointing Bradley Freeman Construction Inspector /Assistant Code Compliance Officer.Motion by Councilman Peard,second by Councilman Berger to approve appointing Bradley Freeman as Construction Inspector /Assistant Code Compliance Officer.Ayes:Peard,Berger,Gruber,Watts.Nays:None.Motion carried 4-0. THE CITY OF WAUKEE,IOWA RESOLUTION 01-72 APPOINTING BRADLEY FREEMAN AS CONSTRUCTION INSPECTOR/ASSISTANT CODE COMPLIANCE OFFICER IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE CITY OF WAUKEE, IOWA WHEREAS,Bradley Freeman began his duties as the City's Construction Inspector/Assistant Code Compliance Officer on April 30,AND, WHEREAS,Mr.Freeman requires authority to issue citations in the event of ordinance or Code violations, NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the City of Waukee City Council in session this 7th day of May,2001 that Bradley Freeman is hereby appointed as Construction Inspector/Assistant Code Compliance Officer and is hereby vested with the authority to enforce all codes and ordinances applicable in the City of Waukee. Donald L.Bailey,Jr.,Mayor Attest: Mark J.Arentsen,City Administrator/Clerk ROLL CALL VOTE Nicholas C.Gruber AYE NAY ABSENT X 19 Marvin Berger Bill Peard Mike Watts Wayne Johnson x X X X Resolution:Approving FY 2001 Budget Amendment.Mayor Bailey pointed out that this item needs to be done as a public hearing.The public hearing date will be set at the Comprehensive Plan meeting on May 14,2001.The Council took no action on this item. Resolution:Approving Denman &Company as City's Audit Firm.Motion by Councilman Berger,second by Councilman Gruber to approve Denman &Company as the City's Audit Firm.Ayes:Berger,Gruber,Watts,Peard.Nays:None.Motion carri ed 4-0. THE CITY OF WAUKEE,IOWA RESOLUTION NO.01-73 APPROVING DENMAN &COMPANY AS CITY AUDITORS IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE CITY OF WAUKEE,IOWA 1WHEREAS,the City needs to name an audit film for the fiscal years 2001,2002,and 2003,AND, WHEREAS,the City sent out Audit RFPs to nineteen audit firms,AND, WHEREAS,the City received two proposals,one from the State Auditors,and one from Denman &Company,AND, WHEREAS,Denman &Company had the lowest bid,AND, WHEREAS,the City is willing to accept the engagement letter from Denman & Company as the City's auditors for the years ending June 30th,2001,2002 &2003., NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Waukee City Council in session this 7th day of May,that it hereby approves the appointment of Denman &Company as the City's Audit firm for fiscal years 2001,2002 and 2003. 1j DonaldL.Bailey,Jr.,Mayor Attest: 20 Mark J.Arentsen,City Administrator/Clerk ROLL CALL VOTE Nicholas C.Gruber Marvin Berger Bill Peard Mike Watts Wayne Johnson AYE NAY ABSENT X X X X X RECEIVE /FILE:Limiting the number of dogs allowed per property to three. Councilman Peard requested this item be on the agenda.He feels that it is important to reduce the number of dogs allowed from four to three.He would like the city to follow this item up in writing,Paul discovered a discrepancy in the Waukee Municipal Code Book under the definitions of kennels,he will get it changed and then create an ordinance to present at the next council meeting.Ayes:Peard,Berger,Watts,Gruber.Nays: None.Motion carried 4-0. RECEIVE /FILE:Discuss annexation agreement with West Des Moines.Motion by Councilman Peard,second by Councilman Gruber to have Nick Gruber and Bill Peard meet with West Des Moines to work on an annexation agreement.Ayes:Peard,Gruber, Berger.Nays:Watts.Motion carried 3-1. Ordinance:Ordinance to Establish Fees Applicable to the University Avenue Trunk Sewer Connection Fee District.Motion by Gruber,second by Watts to have the second reading in title only.Mayor Bailey stated that he supported returning any payments which have been made to date to the general fund if the general fund was the entity which has paid the debt service on this issue.Ayes:Gruber,Watts,Berger,Peard.Nays: None.Motion carried 4-0. AN ORDINANCE TO ESTABLISH A CONNECTION FEE DISTRICT AND FEES FOR CONNECTION OF PROPERTY IN SAID DISTRICT TO THE UNNERSITY A VENUE TRUNK SEWER TO RECOVER THE EQUIT ABIE PORTION OF THE COSTS THEREOF. Ordinance:Ordinance to Establish Fees Applicable to the University Avenue Trunk Sewer Eastern Area connection Fee District.Motion by Councilman Gruber,second by Councilman Berger to read the ordinance in title only.Ayes:Gruber,Berger,Peard, Watts.Nays:None.Motion carried 4-0. AN ORDINANCE TO ESTABLISH A CONNECTION FEE DISTRICT AND FEES FOR CONNECTION OF PROPERTY IN SAID DISTRICT TO THE UNNERSITY 21 AVENUE TRUNK SEWER EASTERN AREA TO RECOVER THE EQUITABLE PORTION OF THE COSTS THEREOF.IResolution:Approving the 28E Agreement with the City of Grimes re:Fire Protection. Motion by Councilman Gruber,second by Councilman Berger to approve the 28E Agreement with the City of Grimes for fire protection mutual aid.Ayes:Gruber,Berger, Peard,Watts.Nays:None.Motion carried 4-0. THE CITY OF WAUKEE,IOWA RESOLUTION 01-74 APPROVING FIREJRESCUE MUTUAL AID AGREEMENT WITH THE CITY OF GRIMES IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE CITY OF WAUKEE, IOWA WHEREAS,the City of Grimes has indicated an interest in establishing a mutual aid fire/rescue agreement with the City of Waukee,AND, WHEREAS,it is in the City of Waukee's interest to enter into such an agreement, 1NOWTHEREFOREBEITRESOLVEDbytheWaukeeCityCouncilinsessionthis 7th day of May,2001 that it hereby ratifies the mutual aid fire/rescue agreement presented to the City of Waukee by the City of Grimes. Donald L.Bailey,Jr.,Mayor Attest: Mark J.Arentsen,City Administrator/Clerk ROLL CALL VOTE Nicholas C.Gruber Marvin Berger Bill Peard Mike Watts Wayne Johnson AYE NAY ABSENT X X X X X I 22 Receive I File:Discuss Requirement for Chain Link Fencing to be Vinyl Coated.The Council has directed the staff to review how the surrounding cities regulate chain link fences.Ayes:Gruber,Berger,Peard,Watts.Nays:None.Motion carried 4-0. Ordinance:Eliminating Vinyl Siding as an Exterior Material on All Nonresidential Buildings in C zoning districts.The Ordinance was introduced by Watts.Motion by Peard,second by Berger to read the Ordinance in title only.Ayes:Peard,Berger, Gruber,Watts.Nays:None.Motion carried 4-0. AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND CHAPTER 304,WAUKEE MUNICIPAL CODE OF THE CITY OF WAUKEE,lOW A BY AMENDING SECTION 304.SM(4)SITE PLAN REQUIREMENTS TO PROVIDE THAT NO VINYL SIDING SHALL BE PERMITTED,BY ADDING,AFTER THE WORD "WOOD"IN THE SECOND SENTENCE THEREOF,THE WORD "VINYL"IN SAID SECTION. Motion:Approving Establishment of City Planner Position.No information on this issue was available.It will be brought back at the May 21 Council meeting.The Council took no action on this matter. Resolution:Determination of Direction Regarding Purchase of Tanker Fire Truck. This is the item that Mayor Bailey vetoed earlier in the meeting.Councilman Gruber asked the Mayor to give an explanation as to which part of the specifications he did not approve of.The Mayor responded that he would like to meet with the Truck Committee on the Fire Department and go over the specs and try to make sure they are the most proper specs possible.Mayor Bailey believes we should repair the pumper tanker we have now and make sure we are spending the tax payers dollars in the most proper way possible.He doesn't support replacing the pumper tanker with a tanker truck. Councilman Gruber asked Mayor Bailey to be more specific on the information he researched and exactly which specifications he is referring to in the veto letter.His reasons are as follows: 1.2000 gallon tank with lifetime warranty -made of what material:poly, aluminum,or steel'! 2.18hp gas portable pump mounted and plumbed in drivers side compartment -how could that pump be portable if it is mounted,how much water would it deliver? 3.Aluminum body with compartments ahead of the rear wheels both drivers and passenger side -what's the size and thickness of the body?What size are the compartments?Are they designed to hold air bottles? 4.2 V2 "steamer intake for pump and a 2"refill line.This may be confusing or need a 4 to 4 V2 connection. 5.Concemed with spending that much money on a truck that holds only water. 6.Believes that the huck we have light now could be repaired for possibly $7000 and would like to repair that huck as well as take a look at what we currently have.The plan for the City and the State Commission called for a purchase of a 23 pumper tanker and perhaps is the way to go and would like to stay on track with the plan the city commissioned. 7.The bidding process was sent out to 5 companies and only 4 had bid on it.It should have gone out to more people. Mayor Bailey would like to make it clear that this is no reflection on any particular company,fire fighter,fire chief,or volunteers who risk their life for a community service. ) Councilman Peard stated that he has not heard any member of the public question the bidding process.Jeff Carberry from EDM Equipment representing El fire trucks stated that his company was the one of the five that did not bid.He stated that his company did not bid because they had provided prices to the City on trucks just prior to the time the City requested bids.He also stated that the specifications were too generic making it¥difficult to compar bids.Mayor Bailey stated that the portion of the specifications that required 20 years 0 experience was too limiting.He felt that 10 years experience should be sufficient.Cou cilman Gruber stated that e City purposely made the specifications ~1genelic so that rna ufacturers would not be e mi ted.~~1"J Assistant Chief CI nt Robinson stated that e May r's veto made the impossible job he\J'.!.J has as Chief that uch more difficult.Th veto del ys the process of providing timely~f .~fire protection.T e type of tank was pUI osely left ut of the specifications to ensure ~'"that a variety of bi responses could be c nsidered.ayor Bailey reiterated his position.r-that the existing tr ck should be repaire .He stated that the City needs to retain the two ~'existing trucks in e event that there ar two fires si ultaneously.Purchasing a pumper ~~tanker may cost m re but is more cost e fective in th long run.He reiterated his interest ~in meeting with th Truck Committee.ore funds c uld be made available in the next budget process.C uncilman Peard inq ired as to wh the Fire Department is replacing the pumper tanker ith just a pumper.obinson stat d that the Department currently receives the highest number of points p ssible from t e Insurance Services Office (ISO) for pump capacity.n addition,the cUI ent number of ersonnel would not allow for a response to more th n one fire at a tim .Reducing th number of trucks from two to one is more efficient in t at only two peop are required t run the truck rather than the four people who are requi ed now for the t 0 trucks.Robin on stated that Department representatives are wi ling to meet wit the Mayor but H is concerned with the amount of time this will add t the truck repla ement process.e stated that he does not know if the existing truck can e repaired for 7,000.The truck i a 70's model.He did not feel that repairing it was wi e use of taxp ers funds.One of he firefighters stated that it would cost about $10,0 to place a ew tank on the 22 y old truck.He estimated the pump repair cost at $5,00 to $10,00 .Both existing tank 'S are over 20 years old. Councilman Peard stated t at it wou d be irresponsible to s IJld money repairing the existing trucks. Councilman Watts stated that as offended by several things.He agrees with the Mayor that the City should purchase a pumper tanker.Even if the cost is another $100,000 Watts stated that he supported the pumper tanker purchase.Robinson stated that a new pumper tanker would cost over $250,000 and would caITYonly 1,000 gallons of water.Gruber stated that the City paid $7,000 to repair this truck several years ago which in retrospect was not a good idea. J I 24 Watts stated that he voted no because Chief Schmitt stated his company,Toyne,Inc., would not be submitting a bid.Schmitt was requesting pricing on trucks before he approached the Council about replacing the truck.Watts stated that he was offended by the letter he received from Toyne,Inc.Watts read from the letter,"Mark Schmitt and I discussed from an employee/employer standpoint as he was concerned about how he would feel about him being an employee of our Company as Waukee Fire Chief, purchasing a fire truck from a different manufacturer."Like no matter what we're buying it off Toyne anyway.OK"I told Mark that,you know,purchasing another fire truck from a different manufacturer,you know,it wo dn look good on Toynes' company their Fire Chief working for them purch ing a tuck from ..."At this point Assistant C .IefRobinson stated that he didn't ntrol To e.Peard asked Watts what was imprope .Watts stated that Schmitt sou t prices fr m vendors before the Council directed hi to go look for a truck.Schmit ad said his company would not be submitting ids for a truck which is why (Watts)au orized Schmitt to research prices on a new t ck.Schmitt was not able to ind a truck.e then did not turn the process over to his lleagues.Watts then ask full time fire an Jeff Spencer if he called around to g t these bids and he said h did.He (Watts then asked Spencer who he reported to.eff stated Mark Schmi .Jeff Spencer st ted that was not correct,He indicated to atts that he reported 0 the Truck Co ittee not Chief Schmitt.Peard asked Watts f he thought Schmitt ad acted imprope Iy.Watts stated that yes he thought Schmitt had'cted improperly.atts stated that the ids should be rejected and the process starte over.Gruber st ed that he was cone rned with Watts trying to negotiate with Midwest Fire Equipment fter the bids were op ned.Watts stated that he did not do that. Mayor Bailey stated that the ire Department is in a difficult position.He asked that the Council allow him to meet ith the Department an move ahead.Gruber stated that a full Council s ould be pres nt before any further ac ion on this is taken. Robinson state that the b d process can be split int two parts.The first was when the emergency pur hase was eing considered.Schmit did know the prices that several potential vendo s had on their lot before bids were quested.At the time the Council directed the Dep rtmen to seek bids,Schmitt was longer a part of the truck acquisition proc s.T Truck Committee took ov r the process at that point.Watts stated that no one ept im informed on who was g ing to bid.City Administrator Arentsen stated th ere was no way to know who lanned to bid.Robinson stated that he was done talking about this.Mayor Bailey again sked the Council's permission to meet with the Department regarding the specificatio s.Peard stated that the only thing that would be accomplished with more meetings is a extension of the process.Mayor Bailey asked Peard what should be done.Peard state that the existing bids should be used.Watts stated that the Council would first need t override the Mayor's veto.Watts stated that he had confronted Schmitt on why his com any was bidding when Schmitt said they were not going to bid.Watts stated that Sch itt's response was offensive. Schmitt then resigned the next day.Schmitt had stated that he would not bid on the truck.Watts stated that other bidders should have been solicited on this project. Peard stated that Schmitt did not receive a commission n this sale.City Attorney Paul Huscher stated that there was no conflict of interest with Schmitt in this process.Huscher 25 asked the representative from EDM equipment if he understood if he was providing information on the sale of a truck to the City of Waukee.The representati ve stated that Schmitt had asked him the first time if EDM had a truck that could be ready in 3 to 4 weeks.Schmitt had stated that his company,Toyne,could not provide a truck at this time.The representative stated that he would not provide a price since the City only buys Toyne trucks.After thinking further about it,EDM decided to see what they could find as a demonstration unit that could be provided quickly.They located a truck which met most of the City's requirements.He provided prices to Schmitt on March 15.Watts stated that this was before Schmitt discussed this issue with the Council.The EDM representative stated that they received a request for bids about a week later.It was EDM's impression that Schmitt had obtained prices from EDM and other vendors and then was able to build something lower than the price range of other companies.Toyne's bid price is just $1,000 under EDM's bid price.There were too many coincidences. EDM did not send in a response to the request for bids because he thought games were being played with the bids.Mayor Bailey again stated that he would like to meet with the Truck Committee.Robinson stated he would talk to the Truck Committee about a time. The mayor stated that he hoped that some common ground could be found to keep this issue moving.Peard stated that if the Mayor meets with the Council that two Council members should also be present. A motion was then made by Councilman Gruber,second by Councilman Peard to table the Resolution.Ayes:Gruber,Peard,Watts,Berger.Nays:None.Motion carried 4-0. I Reports:}City Administrator,Mark Arentsen:Reminded everybody that the Chamber Breakfast is tomorrow morning.The city will be talking about an annexation moratorium agreement with Van Meter sometime in the next few weeks.Mark went to the Court House today to protest the assessment placed on the City Hall Building,and asked the County Assessor to lower it to the sale price that the city paid for it.The original quote on the street lights appears to be low,it was not inclusive of all the parts of the project that need to be done. We have been contacted from the Southfork Association about the silt fencing,and Brad Freeman will be checking this weekly to be sure that new home sites are in compliance. Director of Economic Development,Jody Gunderson:The Chamber speaker will be Veronica Stalker.He has received inquiries from real estate selectors with considerable interest in Waukee. Code Enforcement Officer,Dennis Dowell:Residential and Commercial permits are already up for the month of May. Public Works Director,John Gibson:The neighborhood garage sale was this last weekend and considering the weather,it was a success.The neighborhood park meetings were canceled and will be rescheduled at a later date.He reminded people that the spring clean-up is this Saturday.The water tower project is scheduled to start this week sometime,and the tower is already empty.Uni versity Avenue is now closed.I 26 City Engineer,Mikelis Bredis:He currently is working on the sidewalk program,the designs,plans,and specifications. Marvin Berger:Nick sat in for the Planning &Zoning meeting.Westwood Plaza had been approved. Nick Gruber:Attended the Planning &Zoning meeting,approved Westwood Plaza,Joe Brick Commercial Park preliminary plat,Plat for Clark Property,and tabled the final plat for Emerald Point.Library meeting is Tuesday May 8,and wanted to thank everyone for going out and voting for the new library. Joe Schmidt added that he would like someone on the City staff to attend the Library meeting tomorrow night. Adjournment:Motion by Councilman Berger,second by Councilman Peard to adjourn the meeting.Motion carried 4-0.Mayor Bailey declared the meeting adjourned at 9:20 pm. Attest: 27 AMENDMENT TO THE MINUTES OF THE REGULARLY SCHEDULED MEETING MAY 7,2001 ) Councilman Watts stated that he was offended by several things.He agrees with the Mayor that the City should purchase a pumper tanker.Even if the cost is another $100,000 Watts stated that he supported the pumper tanker purchase.Robinson stated that a new pumper tanker would cost over $250,000 and would carry only 1,000 gallons of water.Gruber stated that the City paid $7,000 to repair this truck several years ago which in retrospect was not a good idea. Watts stated that he voted no because Chief Schmitt stated his company,Toyne,Inc., would not be submitting a bid.Schmitt was requesting pricing on trucks before he approached the Council about replacing the truck.Watts stated that he was offended by the letter he received from Toyne,Inc.Watts read from the letter,"Mark Schmitt and I discussed from an employee/employer standpoint as he was concerned about how he would feel about him being an employee of our Company as Waukee Fire Chief, purchasing a fire truck from a different manufacturer."Like no matter what we're buying it off Toyne anyway.OK"I told Mark that,you know,purchasing another fire truck from a different manufacturer,you know,it wouldn't look good on Toynes' company their Fire Chief working for them purchasing a truck from ..."At this point Assistant Chief Robinson stated that he didn't control Toyne.Peard asked Watts what was improper.Watts stated that Schmitt sought prices from vendors before the Council directed him to go look for a truck.Schmitt had said his company would not be submitting bids for a truck which is why he (Watts)authorized Schmitt to research prices on a new truck.Schmitt was not able to find a truck.He then did not turn the process over to his colleagues.Watts then asked full time fireman Jeff Spencer if he called around to get these bids and he said he did.He (Watts)then asked Spencer who he reported to.Jeff stated Mark Schmitt.Jeff Spencer stated that was not correct.He indicated to Watts that he reported to the Truck Committee not Chief Schmitt.Peard asked Watts if he thought Schmitt had acted improperly.Watts stated that yes he thought Schmitt had acted improperly.Watts stated that the bids should be rejected and the process started over.Gruber stated that he was concerned with Watts trying to negotiate with Midwest Fire Equipment after the bids were opened.Watts stated that he did not do that. Mayor Bailey stated that the Fire Department is in a difficult position.He asked that the Council allow him to meet with the Department and move ahead.Gruber stated that a full Council should be present before any further action on this is taken. Robinson stated that the bid process can be split into two parts.The first was when the emergency purchase was being considered.Schmitt did know the prices that several potential vendors had on their lot before bids were requested.At the time the Council directed the Department to seek bids,Schmitt was no longer a part of the truck acquisition process.The Truck Committee took over the process at that point.Watts stated that no one kept him informed on who was going to bid.City Administrator Arentsen stated that there was no way to know who planned to bid.Robinson stated that he was done talking about this.Mayor Bailey again asked the Council's permission to I meet with the Department regarding the specifications.Peard stated that the only thing that would be accomplished with more meetings is an extension of the process.Mayor Bailey asked Peard what should be done.Peard stated that the existing bids should be used.Watts stated that the Council would first need to override the Mayor's veto.Watts stated that he had confronted Schmitt on why his company was bidding when Schmitt said they were not going to bid.Watts stated that Schmitt's response was offensive. Schmitt then resigned the next day.Schmitt had stated that he would not bid on the truck.Watts stated that other bidders should have been solicited on this project. Peard stated that Schmitt did not receive a commission on this sale.City Attorney Paul Huscher stated that there was no conflict of interest with Schmitt in this process.Huscher asked the representative from EDM equipment ifhe understood if he was providing information on the sale of a truck to the City of Waukee.The representative stated that Schmitt had asked him the first time ifEDM had a truck that could be ready in 3 to 4 weeks.Schmitt had stated that his company,Toyne,could not provide a truck at this time.The representative stated that he would not provide a price since the City only buys Toyne trucks.After thinking further about it,EDM decided to see what they could fmd as a demonstration unit that could be provided quickly.They located a truck which met most of the City's requirements.He provided prices to Schmitt on March 15.Watts stated that this was before Schmitt discussed this issue with the Council.The EDM representative stated that they received a request for bids about a week later.It was EDM's impression that Schmitt had obtained prices from EDM and other vendors and then was able to build something lower than the price range of other companies.Toyne's bid price is just $1,000 under EDM's bid price.There were too many coincidences. EDM did not send in a response to the request for bids because he thought games were being played with the bids.Mayor Bailey again stated that he would like to meet with the Truck Committee.Robinson stated he would talk to the Truck Committee about a time. The mayor stated that he hoped that some common ground could be found to keep this issue moving.Peard stated that if the Mayor meets with the Council that two Council members should also be present. VETO MESSAGE TO ACCOMPANY VETO: Attest: Mark J.Arentsen, ´┐Żaukee\J..-The Key to Good Living Mayor's Office Waukee City Council 230 Highway 6 Waukee,Iowa 50263 1 May 6,2001 Dear Council Members, I am giving official notice of my veto of the council action that occurred April 23 accepting the bids for a new fire truck from Toyne.This veto is based on information I researched regarding the specifications.The basis for this veto is I am not convinced the specifications as written allow for the best way to spend taxpayers dollars.I also have concerns about how the bidding process occurred. I -Mayor Donald L.Bailey,Jr. Cell:515.360.1144 Pager:515.264.6142 Home:515.987.1114 www.waukee-ia.com Waukee City Hall 230 Highway 6 Waukee,Iowa 50263 Phone:515.987.4522 Fax:515.987.1845 1