CITY OF DELMAR REGULAR
CITY COUNCIL MEETING
Sept. 6, 2006
The Delmar City Council met in regular session at the Delmar Council Chambers at 7:00 p.m. Mayor Johnson called the meeting to order with the following members present: Jebsen, Trenkamp, Goodall, Eberhart, Simmons.
M/S Jebsen, Trenkamp to approve the consent agenda.
Sheriffs Department not available for report. No landfill report at this time. Water report with tests coming back with negative bacteria results, and still working on the controls for the new well at this time. Crime Stopper report from Eberhart with low activity at this time.
Mat Saur from MSA Professional Services attended the meeting to review the last project walk through. Over 90 percent of the project is now completed and approved by Roger Stoakes from USDA. Anstoetter Construction is working on finishing up the landscaping, cementing sidewalks and cleanup.
M/S Goodall, Simmons to approve pay request #9 for contract “A” for Anstoetter Construction in the amount of $33518.51. Roll call vote: All ayes.
M/S Jebsen, Goodall to approve the change order for the fencing at the well site. Roll call vote: All ayes.
M/S Simmons, Trenkamp to approve the pay request #7 for Northway Pump & Well in the amount of $22946.82. Roll call vote: All ayes.
M/S Trenkamp, Eberhart to approve the 3rd and final reading of Ordinance No. 6-10-19 “Obtaining Variances”. Roll call vote: All ayes.
M/S Simmons, Jebsen to approve the 3rd and final reading of Ordinance No. 6-10-10 “Size Restrictions”. Roll call vote: All ayes.
M/S Goodall, Jebsen to approve the building permit for addition to home. Roll call vote: All ayes.
Mayor Johnson discussed the condition of the park equipment and the need for replacement. Council members suggested moving some or all of the park equipment to the main park area so children would not be crossing the streets. Johnson will investigate different types of equipment and report back to council at next meeting.
M/S Goodall, Trenkamp to transfer to water account $31,500 from savings for expenses of main additions/repairs Roll call vote: All ayes.
Council is requesting replacement of incorrect hydrants that were installed on the Hillside 2 Addition prior to making any payments on the new mains to the Addition owner. Mayor will also instruct the city attorney to revise agreement with Gerry Farrell on Hillside 2 Addition.
M/S Goodall, Eberhart to adjourn at 8:10 p.m. Roll call vote: All ayes.
LeAnn McCallister, City
Judy Johnson, Mayor
General Fund: $2595.20
Road Use: $3681.18
Local Option Taxes: $3681.10
Water Fund: $10376.36
Sewer Fund: $3190.88
Garbage Fund: $2675.96
Sewer Dept: $1500.00
Clinton County Sheriff-contract $722.40
Alliant-electric & gas $1232.04
Vern Mangler-mowing & sweeping $281.25
Clarks Saw Center-oil & string $20.18
The National Bank-skid steer payment $250.00
Metrobank Visa-LOC meeting, notary, postage $109.00
F&B Telephone-phone city hall, depot $122.71
Maquoketa Sentinel Press-publications $198.69
Office Machine Consultants-copier lease $77.25
Gasser’s-cleaner, garbage bags $40.68
Bob’s Workshop-city hall door $869.15
Office Depot-office supplies $188.36
Wages-general fund $5674.54
Total General Fund $9825.92
Road Use Fund
Alliant-electric & gas $74.66
F&B Telephone-maintenance shed $25.55
Crop Production-roundup chemical $92.49
MSI-seal coating/slurry $17038.34
Wages-road use $577.02
Total Road Use Fund $17837.09
Water Solutions-chemicals $518.00
Gasser’s-garbage can for chemicals $15.99
Alliant-electric & gas $595.25
F&B Telephone-alarm system $73.67
Stickley Electric-phone line piping $81.41
Keystone Lab-water testing $27.00
Iowa One Call-locates $1.80
Utility Equipment-hydrants, curb stops $8721.98
Hach-testing packets $86.00
JJJ Construction-main repair/curb stop repair $1291.39
Piggy Wiggly-UPS charges $5.58
Metrobank Visa-stamps $39.00
Wages-water fund $1766.05
Total Water Fund $13443.45
Metrobank Visa-postage $39.00
Wages-sewer fund $961.53
Total Sewer Fund $1000.53
Allied Waste-garbage contract $2168.00
Wages-garbage fund $106.27
Total Garbage Fund $2274.27
Total Expenses for August $44381.26