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					                   Regular Meeting of the City Council of the City of Manchester, Iowa
                      Monday, November 23rd, 2009                          5:00pm

1.    Call meeting to order
Mayor Kramer called the meeting to order at 5:00pm.

2.      Roll Call
Roll call of members present: Dean Sherman, Tony Broghammer, Dan Stelken, Connie Behnken, Ron Struble.
Absent: None.

3.      Motion to approve the agenda
Council Member Struble asked that Items #13 & #15 be removed from the Consent Agenda to be considered
separately. Motion by Sherman, seconded by Broghammer to approve the agenda as amended. ON CALL OF
ROLL: AYES: Sherman, Broghammer, Behnken, Stelken, Struble. NAYS: None.

4.     Presentation of the Nice Neighbor Award
Mayor Kramer presented the Nice Neighbor Award to John & Ruthann Jaeger who were nominated by Barry
Funke & Rebecca Fletcher.

City Manager Vick presented Mayor Milt L. Kramer with a certificate of appreciation for his 35 years of service
to the City of Manchester as Mayor.

Consent Agenda
5.     Approval of the minutes of the November 9th, 2009 City Council meeting
6.     Motion to adopt R-173-2009 – Resolution Approving Payment of Bills
7.     Acknowledge receipt of: the minutes of the November 4th, 2009 Street Committee meeting; the minutes
       of the November 5th, 2009 Water/Sewer Committee meeting; the 2009 Aquatic Center End of Year
       Report
8.     Motion to adopt R-174-2009 – Salary Resolution (Police)
9.     Approve payment of the following claims to TeKippe Engineering, P.C.:
       2010 Street Improvements                                                        $12,336.80
       Professional Civil Engineering Services                                         $225.30
       West Marion Street Extension Advisory                                           $171.00
       Cornerstone Boulevard Improvements                                              $699.54
       SW Trunk Sewer Line                                                             $574.67
       WWTP – Construction Services                                                    $1,544.25
10.    Approve payment of the following claim from the Downtown Incentive Program:
       Fred Vorwald (116 & 118 N. Franklin)            Awning Grant                    $930.42
11.    Motion to proceed with the third consideration and final adoption of Ordinance 014-2009 – An
       Ordinance Amending the Code of Ordinances of the City of Manchester, Iowa, by Amending
       Provisions Pertaining to the Zoning Ordinance – General Provisions, Definitions (Fences &
       Walls)
12.    Motion to proceed with the second consideration and adoption of Ordinance 015-2009 – An
       Ordinance Amending the Code of Ordinances of the City of Manchester, Iowa by Amending
       Provisions Pertaining to “Residential Steel”
14.    Acknowledge receipt of the Annual Financial Report for the Fiscal Year ending June 30th, 2009
16.    Motion to adopt R-176-2009 – Resolution Approving Agreement for Construction of Sidewalks
       (Chamberlain)
17.    Approve payment of the following claims to ECIA:
       2007 CDBG Housing Grant                         Grant Administration            $768.78
       2008 CDBG Sewer Grant                           Grant Administration            $1,154.81
18.    Motion to adopt R-176-2009 – Resolution Approving Contract for the SW Trunk Sewer Line Project
       (contingent upon receipt of an acceptable certificate of insurance for a subcontractor)
Motion by Sherman, seconded by Stelken to approve the Consent Agenda. ON CALL OF ROLL:
AYES: Sherman, Stelken, Behnken, Broghammer, Struble. NAYS: None.

Bills approved for payment:
 VENDOR NAME                              DESCRIPTION                             AMOUNT
 ACCENT LASER, INC                        HP TONER BLACK                          $       39.95
 ACS FIREHOUSE SOLUTIONS, INC             FIRE: SUPPORT CONTRACT                  $      105.00
 ADIRONDACK DIRECT                        FIRE SUPPLIES                           $      121.54
 AFLAC                                    PAYROLL WITHHOLDINGS                    $      319.41
 AHLERS & COONEY, P.C.                    W MARION ST EXTENSION                   $    1,084.72
 ALLIANT UTILITIES                        MONTHLY ELECTRICITY                     $   11,756.38
 AL'S ELECTRICAL SERVICE                  CITY HALL: LIGHTS                       $      142.40
 ANDERSON WELDING & MACH                  LEAF STACKER REPAIRS                    $      365.90
 AUDIO ADVENTURES                         LIBRARY MATERIALS                       $      229.40
 BARD CONCRETE                            N 6TH ST REPAIRS                        $      195.83
 BARRON MOTOR SUPPLY                      SUPPLIES                                $    2,738.76
 BAUMGARTNER GATE FACTORY                 VALVE MACHINE TRUCK PARTS               $       37.00
 BERGESON, BILL                           REIMB TRAINING, DUES                    $      205.00
 BLACK HILLS ENERGY                       MONTHLY GAS CHARGES                     $      819.90
 BOOK FARM                                LIBRARY MATERIALS                       $      727.34
 BOOK LOOK                                LIBRARY MATERIALS                       $      603.51
 BOUBIN TIRE CO                           SHOP: LEAF STACKER TIRE                 $      521.11
 BP AMOCO                                 FUEL                                    $       60.35
 BROWN TRAFFIC PRODUCTS                   TRAFFIC SIGNAL SUPPLIES                 $      122.00
 BUNTING, CLIFFORD                        MILEAGE TO EIRHA                        $       46.20
 CARL'S FEED & FARM STORE                 PARK GRANT PURCHASE                     $      135.45
 CENTER POINT                             LIBRARY MATERIALS                       $      119.22
 CITY LAUNDERING                          RESTROOM SUPPLIES                       $      276.25
 CITY OF MANCHESTER                       CELL PHONE REIMBURSEMENT                $       22.50
 COLLECTION SERV CENTER                   CHILD SUPPORT PAYMENT                   $      409.69
 CUMMINS CENTRAL POWER                    GENERATOR WELL #8                       $       48.51
 DEL CO SOLID WASTE COMMISSION            OCT 2009 LANDFILL                       $    1,176.15
 DEMCO, INC                               LIBRARY MATERIALS                       $      111.62
 DENMAN & COMPANY, LLP                    ANNUAL AUDIT                            $    8,000.00
 DOLAN INS AGENCY                         AUTO INSURANCE                          $      251.00
 DON & WALT, LLC                          REPAIRS, SUPPLIES                       $      685.38
 DUANE CONRAD                             TREE & STUMP REMOVAL                    $    1,140.00
 DUBUQUE FIRE EQUIPMENT, INC              FIRE EXTINGUISHER MAINT                 $      427.02
 DUREEN NEPPL                             REFUND SWIM LESSONS                     $       35.00
 DYERSVILLE COMMERCIAL                    SALE ADS                                $       47.46
 ECIA                                     GRANT ADMINISTRATION                    $      565.27
 EFTPS - FED,FICA,MEDICARE                PAYROLL WITHHOLDINGS                    $   13,342.32
 ERICA FOLEY                              YOUTH VOLLEYBALL INSTRUCTOR             $      212.50
 ERIN L REMPE, PETTY CASH                 COPIES, POSTAGE, REIMB                  $       74.46
 F & W SERVICE COMPANY, INC               STREET: HOIST REPAIRS                   $      701.19
 FAREWAY STORES, INC.                     SUPPLIES                                $      116.16
 FARM PLAN                                #16 AIR FILTER                          $      110.84
 FIRE ENGINEERING                         SUBSCRIPTION RENEWAL                    $       15.00
FIRE SERVICE TRAINING BUREAU     FIRE: TRAINING                $      350.00
FORCE AMERICA INC                SNOW REPAIRS #26              $       22.11
FOX ENGINEERING, INC             ENGINEERING FEES              $   29,109.20
FUTURE LINE TRUCK EQUIPMENT      WATER TRUCK TOOL BOX          $    8,145.00
GALLS INC.                       POLICE: UNIFORM               $       80.95
GENE PRATT                       LANDSCAPING EXP               $       68.36
GEORGEN AUTO                     PD: VEHICLE MAINTENANCE       $      642.90
GILLUND ENTERPRISES, INC         RUST PENETRANT                $      167.96
GRAINGER                         SUPPLIES                      $      416.48
H.W. WILSON, INC                 ANNUAL RENEWAL OF REF BOOK    $      652.00
HARLAND TECHNOLOGY SERVICES      CITY HALL ROUTER REPAIRS      $      425.00
HAUSERS WATER CONDITION, INC     WELL #7 SUPPLIES              $    3,388.00
HERITAGE PRINTING, INC           OFFICE SUPPLIES               $      230.69
HOULIHAN SANITATION              MONTHLY GARBAGE               $   22,458.67
HYDRITE CHEMICAL CO., INC        CHEMICALS                     $    2,385.86
IA PRISON INDUSTRIES             STREET SIGNS                  $      181.45
IACP NET/LOGIN                   2009 NETWORK FEE              $      250.00
IDALS                            PESTICIDE APPLICATOR CERT     $       15.00
IKON OFFICE SOLUTIONS            PHOTOCOPIER                   $    8,629.66
INGRAM LIBRARY SERVICES, INC     LIBRARY MATERIALS             $       76.62
IOWA HEALTH PHYSICIANS           WORK COMP CLAIM               $       95.00
IOWA TECHNOLOGIES INC            COMPUTER SUPPLIES             $      217.74
IOWA TELECOM                     MONTHLY PHONE BILL            $    2,367.01
JAMES T. PETERS                  LEGAL FEES                    $    2,188.61
JIM'S PETROLEUM MAINT CO.        TESTING WELLS                 $      120.00
KATHY CORKERY                    CAPCO FALL CONFERENCE         $       18.48
KATHY'S SEWING SHOP              UNIFORM ALLOWANCE             $       27.50
KEN BURNS INC.                   SALT SCREENING                $    1,050.00
KESSLERS TEAM SPORTS             FIT FOR LIFE GRANT            $      275.00
KIRKWOOD COMM COLLEGE            FIRE SCHOOL: RATTENBORG       $       35.00
KLUESNER CONSTRUCTION INC        STREET REPAIRS                $    2,431.25
KMCH                             FIRE: ADS                     $      220.00
KRISTY FOLSOM                    MILEAGE, TRAVEL REIMB         $      587.15
KUEHL CONSTRUCTION               SEWER REPAIRS: N 6TH ST       $    1,200.00
LAHR REPAIR INC.                 SLUDGE TRUCK FUEL TANKS (2)   $    1,148.85
LANDSCAPES BY CHILDS PLAY        TREES FOREVER GRANT           $    1,000.00
LAWSON PRODUCTS INC.             PARTS                         $      159.72
LEAH THOMSEN                     YOUTH VOLLEYBALL INSTRUCTOR   $      177.50
LINDA LONEY-FANGMANN             IOWA EMS CONFERENCE           $        6.78
LOECKE BUILDING SERVICE          CITY HALL ROOF REPAIRS        $    1,280.00
MAIN STREET MARKET               SUPPLIES                      $      136.01
MANCHESTER FIRE FIGHTERS ASSOC   FIRE: REIMB EXPENSE           $      232.78
MANCHESTER MOTOR SUPPLY, INC     OPERATING SUPPLIES            $       52.80
MARTIN EQUIP OF IA-IL, INC       VEHICLE MAINTENANCE           $      169.80
MATT PARROTT & SONS              CHECKS, NOTICES, BOOKS        $      978.27
MEARDON, SUEPPEL, DOWNER         UNION NEGOTIATIONS            $    2,055.60
MIDWEST FIRE EQUIP & REP, INC    ANNUAL PUMP SERVICE (FIRE)    $    1,100.00
MIDWEST TAPE, INC                LIBRARY MATERIALS             $      682.56
MIKE'S LANDSCAPING & LAWNCARE    LIB: MOWING                   $      225.00
MILT L. KRAMER                   MILEAGE REIMBURSEMENT         $       47.97
MONKEYTOWN                           OFFICE SUPPLIES                 $       855.60
NE IA TELEPHONE SERVICE, INC         BATTERIES, SUPPLIES             $        66.93
NEWS PUBLISHING CO., INC.            PUBLICATION EXPENSE             $     1,189.84
NEWTON HOME OIL CO. INC.             AVIATION FUEL                   $     6,252.84
NORTH IOWA K-9                       CANINE PROGRAM SUPPLIES         $       135.00
ONEIDA NAMEPLATE CO., INC            PARK MEMORIAL PLAQUE            $        41.95
PALMER HARDWARE, INC                 OCTOBER 2009 SUPPLIES           $       463.70
PAYROLL ACCOUNT                      PAYROLL WAGES                   $    41,088.95
PAYROLL EXPENSES                     11/09/2009 - 11/23/2009         $    60,224.65
PHILIPPSON MASONRY & CONCRETE INC.   DENTON PARK SIDEWALK            $     2,920.00
PRO-BUILD, LLC                       BUILDING SUPPLIES               $       101.16
PRONTO                               FUEL                            $        72.74
QUILL CORPORATION                    COPY PAPER                      $       111.60
RECKER SIGNS                         VEHICLE LETTERING               $        65.00
RECORDED BOOKS LLC                   LIBRARY MATERIALS               $         5.95
REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER              WORK COMP CLAIM                 $        74.00
REISS, CHRIS                         MILEAGE, TRAVEL REIMB           $        76.42
RICKLEFS EXCAVATING, LTD             PAY #3: CORNERSTONE             $   142,407.43
ROCKFORD RIGGING, INC                STREET TOOLS                    $       136.00
ROGER HANSON                         REIMB MILEAGE EIRHA             $        46.20
ROWLEY EQUIPMENT, INC                VEHICLE MAINTENANCE             $       119.50
RUDZIANSKI'S BUSINESS EQUIPMENT CO   QUARTERLY COPIER MAINT          $       879.53
RUNDE FORD, CHRYSLER, DODGE, JEEP    SEAT COVERS                     $       151.50
S & S WORLDWIDE INC                  PROGRAM SUPPLIES                $        77.61
SANDRY FIRE SUPPLY, LLC              FIRE: BUILDING                  $     1,173.81
SHERE, ANGELA                        LIBRARY: REIMBURSEMENT          $        45.96
SOLUTIONS MANAGEMENT GROUP           PRINTER MAINTENANCE             $       384.01
STAAB CONSTRUCTION CORPORATION       WWTP IMPR: PAY #16              $   216,133.00
STANDARD AUTO PARTS, LLC             OPERATING SUPPLIES              $       122.65
SUE'S FLOWER & GARDEN CTR            PARKS: GRANT PURCHASES          $     1,346.57
SUNSHINE BOY WINDOW CLEAN            LIB: MAINTENANCE                $       200.00
TAYLOR MATTESON                      MILEAGE REIMBURSEMENT           $       116.96
TEKIPPE ENGINEERING, P.C.            ENGINEERING FEES                $    18,048.76
TERRACON                             CONCRETE TESTING                $       144.00
TETRA TECH, INC.                     WELL #6 PROJECT                 $     1,400.00
THE GALE GROUP, INC                  LIBRARY MATERIALS               $       256.44
THREE RIVERS FS CO.                  FUEL                            $     3,783.20
TRAF-O-TERIA SYSTEM                  PARKING TICKETS                 $       196.73
TRANS-IOWA EQUIPMENT                 SWEEPER MAINTENANCE             $        14.42
TREAS, STATE OF IOWA                 PAYROLL WITHHOLDINGS            $     2,400.00
TRUE NORTH COMPANIES, L.C.           FIREFIGHTER AD&D POLICY         $       224.00
TYLER TECHNOLOGIES                   UTILITY TRAINING                $     1,000.00
US CELLULAR                          CELL & MOBILE DATA CHARGES      $       587.40
UTILITY EQUIPMENT CO.                VALVE GASKET                    $         4.56
VANTAGE TRANSFER AGENTS              PAYROLL WITHHOLDINGS            $       395.40
WELLMARK INC                         ANNUAL ADMIN & CLAIM PROCE      $     1,382.60
                                                                     $   653,171.55

                                                       FUND TOTALS
                                     GENERAL FUND                    $   151,852.30
                                             ROAD USE TAX                              $      28,774.59
                                             EMPLOYEE BENEFITS                         $       1,382.60
                                             TAX INCREMENT FUND                        $          46.56
                                             PARK GIFT & TRUST                         $         756.25
                                             HOUSING ACQ/DEMOLITION                    $         100.00
                                             CAPITAL PROJECTS LEVIED                   $       3,502.00
                                             STREET IMPROVEMENT FUND                   $         800.00
                                             CDBG HOUSING GRANTS                       $         308.36
                                             STREET PROJECTS                           $     157,503.85
                                             SEWER CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS                $     245,958.91
                                             WATER FUND                                $      39,659.25
                                             SEWER FUND                                $      22,526.88
                                                                   GRAND TOTAL         $     653,171.55




13.      Motion to adopt R-175-2009 – Resolution Approving Final Plat (Loesche Family Subdivision)
Council Member Struble stated that he asked this be removed from the consent agenda due to a potential
conflict of interest.

City Manager Vick reviewed the plat with the Council, noting that it was being divided as part of an
estate.

Motion by Behnken, seconded by Broghammer to adopt R-175-2009 – Resolution Approving Final Plat
(Loesche Family Subdivision). ON CALL OF ROLL: AYES: Behnken, Broghammer, Sherman,
Stelken. NAYS: None. ABSTENTION: Struble (Council Member Struble abstained due to a potential
conflict of interest).

15.      Approve renewal application for: Off Premise Class C Beer Permit & Sunday Sales for McDermott Oil
         Company dba E-Z Pickin’s; On Premise Class B Beer Permit & Living Quarters for Julie A. Bolsinger
         dba Onie’s Wooden Nickel; On Premise Class B Beer Permit & Sunday Sales for Fleuriet Manchester
         Ranch Inc. dba Pizza Ranch; On Premise Class C Liquor License & Outdoor Service for Manchester
         Post #45 dba American Legion Post #45; On Premise Class C Liquor License, Catering Privilege,
         Outdoor Service & Sunday Sales for the Delaware County Fair Society dba Delaware County Dance
         Pavilion; On Premise Class C Liquor License, Catering Privilege, Outdoor Service & Sunday Sales for
         the Delaware County Fair Society dba Delaware County Community Center
Council Member Struble stated that he asked this be removed due to a potential conflict of interest as he
is an officer with the American Legion Post #45.

Motion by Behnken, seconded by Stelken to approve the above listed beer and liquor license renewals.
ON CALL OF ROLL: AYES: Behnken, Stelken, Broghammer, Sherman. NAYS: None.
ABSTENTIONS: Struble (Council Member Struble

19.   Public Hearing on the City of Manchester Hazard Mitigation Plan Update
Mayor Kramer opened the Public Hearing at 5:18pm.

City Manager Vick informed the Council that the City had invited officials from the other communities
in Delaware County to the hearing as required and noted that no one was present for the hearing.

Nicole Turpin, ECIA, stated that the Hazard Mitigation Plan Update is a requirement in order to receive
funding for the flood acquisition program.
There being no oral comments to be heard and no written comments on file, Mayor Kramer closed the
Public Hearing at 5:21pm.

Motion by Stelken, seconded by Struble to adopt R-177-2009 – Resolution Approving and Adopting the
Manchester Hazard Mitigation Plan. ON CALL OF ROLL: AYES: Stelken, Struble, Behnken,
Broghammer, Sherman. NAYS: None.

20.   Manchester Municipal Airport Update – Pat Schmitz
Mayor Kramer introduced Airport Committee Member Pat Schmitz.

Pat Schmitz, Airport Committee Member, reviewed with the Council recent activities at the airport and
discussed the economic impact the airport has on the community. Mr. Schmitz also discussed with the Council
the proposed growth plan for the airport and capital planning for the facility.

21.     Motion to adopt R-178-2009 – Resolution Approving Voluntary Acquisition Program for Flood
        Damaged Residence Offer to Buy Real Estate & Acceptance (248 River St.)
Nicole Turpin, ECIA, informed the Council that Mitch Peyton, owner of 248 River Street, had gone through the
appeal process for the Voluntary Acquisition Program, and was requesting appraised value rather than assessed
value for his property. Ms. Turpin noted that there was funding in the budget for the 248 River Street acquisition
to proceed with the appraised value.

City Manager Vick informed the Council that if they would like to proceed with offering the appraised value for
the property, a motion to that effect would be needed. City Manager Vick further explained that action on the
resolution would be taken at the next City Council meeting.

The Council discussed with Ms. Turpin the budget for the flood acquisition program.

Motion by Behnken, seconded by Stelken to proceed with offering the appraised value for the property at 248
River Street. ON CALL OF ROLL: AYES: Behnken, Stelken, Broghammer, Sherman, Struble. NAYS: None.

22.     Street Department Truck
City Manager Vick informed the Council that the Street Department would like to proceed with purchasing the
same truck and tommy lift as the Water Department. City Manager Vick further noted that the same pricing is
available for both the truck and tommy lift, a total cost of $20,835.

The Council agreed that existing truck is in poor condition.

Motion by Broghammer, seconded by Struble to proceed with the purchase of truck & tommy lift for the Street
Department. ON CALL OF ROLL: AYES: Broghammer, Struble, Behnken, Sherman, Stelken. NAYS: None.

23.    Motion to adopt R-179-2009 – Resolution Amending Petition Contract & Waiver (Main Street Market)
City Manager Vick informed the Council that the McCurdy’s have requested the first two years of their
assessment be deferred and repayment of the assessment over the following 13 years.

Following discussion, motion by Sherman, seconded by Stelken to adopt R-179-2009 – Resolution Amending
Petition Contract & Waiver (Main Street Market). ON CALL OF ROLL: AYES: Sherman, Stelken, Behnken,
Broghammer, Struble. NAYS: None.

24.     Motion to adopt R-180-2009 – Resolution Amending the City of Manchester Urban Federal Functional
        Classification System & National Highway System
City Manager Vick informed the Council that this resolution will amend the system’s routes by adding
Burrington Road as a Minor Collector on the Federal Aid Route and removing Quaker Mill Drive from this
classification. City Manager Vick further informed the Council that by making this change, the City will be able
to apply for Federal Transportation Funds to repair and replace Burrington Road.

Motion by Behnken, seconded by Struble to adopt R-180-2009 – Resolution Amending the City of Manchester
Urban Federal Functional Classification System & National Highway System. ON CALL OF ROLL: AYES:
Behnken, Struble, Broghammer, Sherman, Stelken. NAYS: None.

25.   Motion to adopt R-181-2009 – Resolution Approving the Manchester Commercial Incentive Program
Mayor Kramer reviewed with the Council the proposed Commercial Incentive Program.

Motion by Broghammer, seconded by Sherman to adopt R-181-2009 – Resolution Approving the Manchester
Commercial Incentive Program. ON CALL OF ROLL: AYES: Broghammer, Sherman, Behnken, Stelken,
Struble. NAYS: None.

26.    2009 Street Improvements Project
Motion by Stelken, seconded by Behnken to adopt R-182-2009 – Resolution Approving Change Order #4. ON
CALL OF ROLL: AYES: Stelken, Behnken, Broghammer, Sherman, Struble. NAYS: None.

Motion by Behnken, seconded by Broghammer to approve Pay Estimate #6 (Final Retainage) in the amount of
$30,361.63 to Tschiggfrie Excavating for the 2009 Street Improvements Project. ON CALL OF ROLL: AYES:
Behnken, Broghammer, Sherman, Stelken, Struble. NAYS: None.

The City Clerk reported that the Project Engineers have filed a certificate in accordance with Section 384.58 of
the Code of Iowa showing that they have inspected the completed work and that the same has been performed in
compliance with the terms of the contract pertaining to the 2009 Street Improvements Project.

Motion by Struble, seconded by Sherman to adopt R-183-2009 – Resolution Accepting Work Covering the 2009
Street Improvements Project. ON CALL OF ROLL: AYES: Struble, Sherman, Behnken, Broghammer, Stelken.
NAYS: None.

The City Clerk reported that the Project Engineers have filed the final schedule of assessments covering the
2009 Street Improvements Project.

Motion by Stelken, seconded by Behnken to adopt R-184-2009 – Resolution Adopting Final Assessment
Schedule for the 2009 Street Improvements Project and Amending, Confirming and Levying the Assessments.
ON CALL OF ROLL: AYES: Stelken, Behnken, Broghammer, Sherman, Struble. NAYS: None.

27.   Committee Reports
None.

28.   City Attorney
None.

29.     City Manager
City Manager Vick thanked the Fire Department, Alliant Energy and Iowa Telecom for their assistance in
putting up the holiday lights on Sunday morning.

30.   City Clerk
None.
31.    City Council Member
Council Member Sherman asked about an issue with the placement of a fence on West Marion Street. City
Manager Vick informed the Council that this issue would be discussed at a future meeting.

Council Member Broghammer asked about the status of the West Marion Street Extension Project. City
Manager Vick informed the Council that the City is waiting on the appraisal.

32.   Mayor
None.

Motion by Stelken, seconded by Struble that the meeting be adjourned at 6:28pm. ON CALL OF ROLL: AYES:
Stelken, Struble, Behnken, Broghammer, Sherman. NAYS: None.




                                                              Milt L. Kramer, Mayor
ATTEST:




Erin Rempe, City Clerk

				
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