September 11, 2012
The City Council of the City of Manning, Iowa met in regular session on Tuesday, September 11, 2012 in the Council Chambers of City Hall pursuant to the laws and
rules of said Council in regular session. Mayor Harvey Dales called the meeting to order at 5:45 p.m.
Roll Call: Council members Andy Eischeid, Sheryl Dammann, Jeff Hargens, Josh Linde, and Richard Johnson were present upon roll call. Also present were Pam
Kusel, Abbey Stangl and John O’Brien with Manning Regional Healthcare Center, Cris Kuhn with Dorsey & Whitney, and city employees Dawn Rohe, John Ohde,
Trent Nelson, and Cory Arp.
Approval of Agenda: Johnson motioned, second by Hargens to approve the agenda; all ayes – motion carried.
Citizens Forum: Mayor Dales opened the meeting to public comment. No one was present that wished to comment.
Consent Agenda: After discussion, Hargens motioned and Linde seconded to approve the consent agenda, which approved the minutes of the August 21 meeting;
payment of bills from August 22 to September 11 in the amount of $174,538.07; approval of the August treasurer’s report; approval of an Outdoor Service Permit for
Third & Main for October 6th, and appointment of Duane Otto, Sally Hodne, and Amber Neuman to the Manning Housing Authority. Upon Roll, all voted Aye.
Motion carried. The following bills were approved (number of checks indicated in parenthesis):
VENDOR FOR AMOUNT
AFLAC Sup. Ins. 100.63
ARCADIA LIMESTONE Extensions 789.49
ARP, CORY Cell Reimb 25.00
ASPINWALL COOP Fuel 4,228.35
AUTO GRAPHICS PLUS Equip Maint 195.00
BOBCAT Equipment 17,500.80
BROWN SUPPLY CO. Extensions 1,654.08
BUNZ & GAFFNEY Legals 259.50
CENTRAL IA DIST. Cleaning 317.67
CULLIGAN WATER Water 64.55
DAILY TIMES HERALD Conference 294.00
DEDHAM COOP Supplies 10.25
DELTA DENTAL Ins 820.45
DEMCO Supplies 40.84
ENGELEN COMPUTER Equip Repairs 1,072.88
FERGUSON Supplies 12.76
FIRST NATIONAL(2) H.S.A. 885.42
GOLDEN HORSE LTD. Books 13.86
GRAINGER Equip Maint 31.15
GRAPHIC EDGE Clothing 532.97
GUIDEPOSTS Books 17.74
HALEY EQUIPMENT, INC Equip Maint 535.04
HALLETT MATERIALS Repairs 779.10
HANCOCK CONCRETE Parts 1,620.25
HAWKINS WATER Chemicals 1,035.83
HORIZON EQUIP Parts 15.62
ING Payroll Deduct 370.00
Iowa Insurance Division Filing Fee 25.00
IOWA SAVINGS H.S.A. CONTRIB. 517.50
IPERS Payroll Dedict. 3,353.19
IRLBECK, ANNA Reimbursments 81.40
IRS Payroll Taxes 5,227.75
JEBRO INC.(2) Repairs 12,607.00
KASPERBAUER CLEAN Cleaning 12.90
KELTEK INC Supplies 550.68
LESLE, LARRY Cell Reimb 25.00
MANNING AMBULANCE Salaries 99.82
MCS Van & Services 3,100.00
MANNING MONITOR Publications 183.84
MANNING GAS DEPT Utilities 281.94
MANNING NEWS JOURNAL Ad & Subscription 235.00
MANNING SERVICE CENTER Vehicle Maint 47.04
JENNA MUHLBAUER Cleaning 93.75
MUNDT, JUSTIN Cell Reimb 25.00
MUNICIPAL SUPPLY Repairs 104.00
NAPA Parts 125.61
NELSON, TRENT Cell Reimb 25.00
NO SWEAT FITNESS Equip Repair 163.50
NORSOLV Supplies 110.95
OFFICE DEPOT(2) Supplies 617.60
OHDE, JOHN Cell Reimb 25.00
POOL TECH INC. Wa Analysis 53.03
RAMSEY, VICKI Cleaning 150.00
RASMUSSENS Supplies 87.35
RELIABLE Supplies 26.66
ROHE, DAWN Cell Reimb/Dep Care 185.00
RYE SUPPLY Repairs 103.00
SOLL'S SERVICE Parts 238.48
SOMETHING UNIQUE Clothing 78.00
STAMMER, CHAD Cell Reimb 25.00
SWEARINGEN AUTO Repairs 120.00
TOYNE, INC Fire Truck Chassis 86,777.00
TREASURER STATE CITY OF MANNING 867.00
TROPHIES PLUS Programs 42.80
VAN METER Supplies 457.91
WARNER WELDING Parts & Easement 1,028.77
WINDSTREAM Utility 24.49
WITTROCK, TOM Cell Reimb 25.00
YOUNG, SHAWN Cell Reimb 25.00
Payroll Totals 23,361.88
Road Use Tax 27,921.57
Trust and Agency 4,176.75
Econ Dev. 504.00
Fire Truck Trust 86,777.00
Receipts by fund type for the month of August: General - $13,077.52; Road Use - $15,761.94; Local Option Sales Tax-$32,384.42; Revolving Loan - $8162.97;
Economic Development-$1.38; Library Trust-$122.19; Proprietary - $68,026.86. Total receipts - $137,537.28.
Department Reports: Police: Nelson reported things are going well. Bulletproof are not in yet. Public Works: Ohde reported the sewer line extension is done. The
water line extension is started and going well. Administration: Rohe added to her written report by reporting on the quick attack fire, the park bathrooms, owner-
occupied housing rehab grants, housing development meetings, Warner land, and FFA land. Rec Center: Arp reported on football and volleyball.
PUBLIC HEARING: The Council investigated and found that notice of intention to issue revenue bonds or notes, in one or more series, (the “Bonds”) on behalf of
Manning Regional Healthcare Center. in an aggregate principal amount not to exceed $11,000,000 had, as directed by the Council, been duly given according to law.
This being the time and place specified in the notice for the conduct of a public hearing on the proposal to issue such Bonds, the Mayor opened the public hearing at
5:54 and announced that all local residents attending the hearing would now be given an opportunity to express their views for or against the proposal to issue the
Bonds. No local residents attending the hearing expressed their views nor did any local resident submit written comments prior to the hearing. The Council discussed
negotiating a fee for issuing the bonds. Dales closed the public hearing at 5:58 p.m.
PUBLIC HEARING: Mayor Dales opened the public hearing on the proposed Code of Ordinances at 5:59. No one was present that wished to comment. Dales left
the public hearing open.
RESOLUTION 2012-25: Kuhn explained that a final approval does not come before Council until the October meeting. After discussion, Dammann introduced
Resolution 2012-25: Resolution Relating to the Holding of a Public Hearing and Approving Proceedings for the Issuance and Sale of Revenue Bonds or Notes
(Manning Regional Healthcare Center Project) in an Aggregate Amount not to Exceed $11,000,000, and moved for its adoption. Seconded by Johnson. Upon roll, the
Council Members voted: Ayes—Johnson, Dammann, Linde. Nays--Hargens, Eischeid. Resolution passed.
With still no one wishing to comment on the Code of Ordinances, Dales closed the public hearing at 6:02. ORDINANCE 347: After discussion, Johnson motioned to
waive the first and second readings of Ordinance 347: Ordinance Adopting the “Code of Ordinances of the City of Manning, Iowa.” Dammann seconded and upon roll,
all voted aye. First and second readings waived. After further discussion, Hargens motioned to approve the third reading of Ordinance 347 and moved for its adoption.
Johnson seconded and upon roll all voted aye. The Ordinance will be in effect upon publication.
TRAIL FUNDRAISER: Arp explained that there will be a bicycle ride trail fundraiser on October 6 th and that details will be available online.
EAST STREET MAINTENANCE OR RECONSTRUCTION WITH TRAIL: The Council debated whether to move forward with East Street maintenance from
Highway 141 to 300th Street or to hire an engineer to do a reconstruction that would include a trail lane from Third Street to Highway 141. In order to proceed, the
Council directed Rohe and Ohde to move forward with just the maintenance at this point. Additionally, the Council did not wish to move forward with the South Main
reconstruction at this time until after another street is paid off.
HASS HOUSE: Dales relayed that he had again been approached about whether or not the City would like to purchase the Hass house by the water plant. The only
purpose for the City would be if the land was needed so a clarification system could be put in. Council asked for a firm price and will consider it then.
MAIN STREET STREET/SIDEWALK REPAIR: Rohe asked for a figure on how much the Council would be able/willing to match if a grant for sidewalk repairs
and bump outs is received. The Council directed her to write the grant with an $80,000 City match.
Other Matters: Rohe asked for Council members to come to the Main Street Monitoring on September 25th. Trick-or-Treating will be October 28th from 4-6 p.m.
Dales gave a Housing 202 update.
With no further business to attend to, Eischeid motioned for adjournment; seconded by Linde. All Ayes. Meeting adjourned at 6:28 p.m.
Harvey Dales, Mayor
Dawn Rohe, City Clerk/Administrator