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6 THE PIONEER ENTERPRISE
Thursday, APRIL 1, 2010
Proceedings Cerro Gordo Board of Supervisors Proceeding R-S
PROCEEDINGS OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS Tom Hovland Enterpri, parts/access 24.99 ABC Lock Service Inc, Repair/maint 75.00 Determan, Jack, Rent 951.00 ROCKWELL-SWALEDALE Budget Guarantee Resolution for the 2010-2011
March 23, 2010 Tractor Supply Credi, supplies 16.66 Absolute Waste Remov, San disp 60.50 Fredricks, Micki, Mileage/sub 100.50 OFFICIAL BOARD PROCEEDINGS school year. Since there were no arguments
Unapproved Minutes Tractor Supply Credi, Wood 66.45 Absolute Waste Remov, San disp 90.00 Heinz, Brenda, Mileage/sub 54.50 UNAPROVED MINUTES against the resolution, Liekweg made a motion
The Board of Supervisors of Cerro Gordo County, Verizon Wireless, Tele serv 27.36 Alliant Energy, power 0.00 Hemann, Krista, Mileage/sub 95.00 March 22, 2010 to approve the resolution; seconded by Schultz.
Iowa, met in regular session pursuant to adjournment. Waste Management of, San disp 120.89 Alliant Energy, power 416.24 Iowa Dept of Human S, Refund/deposits 1651.00 The Rockwell-Swaledale Board of Education Motion carried 3-0.
Present: Chairman Jay Urdahl, Supervisor Phil Dougherty COUNTY RELIEF Alliant Energy, power 849.76 Kum & Go,, Fuels 64.38 met in regular session in the Superintendent’s The board conducted a public hearing on
and Supervisor Bob Amosson Office Elements, Supplies 31.06 Alliant Energy, power 2407.21 Mercy Home Care N IA, Supplies 196.00 Office. President Arlyn Butler called the meeting the proposed 2010-2011 school budget. Supt.
Dougherty made a motion, with Amosson seconding, DHS Alliant Energy, power 2992.08 Mercy Medical Center, Purch serv 75.00 to order at 5:10 p.m. Board members present Fey presented a power point explaining the
to approve the minutes of the March 16, 2010 Answer Plus Inc, Tele serv 65.04 Arnold Motor Supply, Equip/tools 23.89 Moonlight Floor & Ma, Cust serv 188.00 were Todd Liekweg, and Lisa Schultz. Mary budget. Since there were no arguments against
regular session and today’s agenda. Motion passed Cost Advisory Servic, Acc/aud/cler 5600.00 Arnold Motor Supply, Equip/tools 51.15 National Assn for Ho, memberships 2112.00 Ingham and Rob Heimbuch were absent. Also the proposed budget, Liekweg made a motion
unanimously. Mason City Business, Repair/maint 219.32 Barkema Land Co, Granular 1000.00 QWest,, Tele serv 114.00 present were Supt. Tom Fey, Principal Abe to approve the budget as presented; seconded
Amosson made a motion, with Dougherty seconding, Office Elements, Repair/maint 299.99 Barnes Distribution, parts/access 366.68 Read, Linda L, Mileage/sub 36.00 Maske and Business Manager Linda Foell. by Schultz. Motion carried 3-0.
to approve a contract with Northern Cedar for $99,425 Office Elements, Supplies 165.17 City Of Clear Lake, Water use 37.62 Tumilson, Kathy, Mileage/sub 78.00 Schultz made a motion to approve the Liekweg made a motion to adjourn at 6:08;
to replace the roof at the Engineer’s Office. Motion Office Elements, Supplies 742.97 City Of Rockwell, Water use 19.00 Tumilson, Kathy, Prof liab ins 99.25 agenda with the addition of 9.b. IASB Dividend, seconded by Schultz. Motion carried 3-0. The
passed unanimously. PAETEC, Tele serv 1680.11 City Of Thornton, Water use 34.68 Turnbull, Andrea, Mileage/sub 180.00 c. West Side Water Problem, d. Babe Ruth next regular board meeting will be April 19 at
Amosson made a motion, with Dougherty seconding, US Cellular, Tele serv 216.00 US Cellular, Tele serv 24.40 Baseball and e. NI Collaborative Meeting; 5:00 p.m.
Clear Lake Independe, Tele serv 37.25
to approve the Engineer’s Five-Year Construction CERRO GORDO HUMAN SERVICES US Cellular, Tele serv 24.40 seconded by Liekweg. Motion carried 3-0. Board President, Arlyn Butler
Clear Lake Sanitary, Water use 32.89
Schultz made a motion to approve the Board Secretary, Linda Foell
Program. Motion passed unanimously. Director C G Co Reli, Other serv 2355.00 Consolidated Energy, Natural/LP gas 2023.00 EPIDEMIOLOGY & DISEASE PREVENTION
minutes from the February 15 Regular Board General Fund Bills For March 2010
Dougherty made a motion, with Amosson seconding, PLANNING & ZONING Crescent Electric In, Repair/maint 84.36 Crimmings, Karen, Meals/lodging 26.45
Meeting; seconded by Liekweg. Motion carried Bank Of The West-Postage/Admin Travel
to approve plans for resurfacing S-28 from the Clear Iowa State Universit, training 360.00 Culligan, Water use 10.00 Crimmings, Karen, Mileage/sub 2.67
Lake City Limits to B-20; S-36 from Mason City limits North Iowa Media Gro, publ 120.71 Culligan, Water use 30.20 Crimmings, Karen, Mileage/sub 3.56 After discussion, Liekweg made a motion Cartersville Elevator-
to B-20; and, S-56 from B-20 to the Worth County line. SAFETY Demaray, Russell, Supplies 173.20 Crimmings, Karen, Mileage/sub 5.34 to approve the bills presented for payment; Gas/Diesel $3,810.25
Motion passed unanimously. C G Co Health Dept/C, Med exams 3850.00 Diamond Vogel Paint, Repair/maint 369.56 Crimmings, Karen, Mileage/sub 7.57 seconded by Schultz. Motion carried 3-0. City Of Rockwell-Water $304.15
Amosson made a motion, with Dougherty seconding, St Lukes Center for, memberships 100.00 Farmers Lumber Co In, Equip/tools 2.79 Crimmings, Karen, Mileage/sub 19.14 Liekweg made a motion to approve Midamerican Energy-Utilities $3,277.97
to schedule a public hearing at 10:00 a.m. on April MIS ADMIN Heartland Asphalt In, Repair/maint 420.00 Determan, Jack, Rent 649.00 the Financial Statements for the General, Staples Credit Plan-Toner $122.86
27, 2010 to consider proposed specifications, CDW Government, Inc., Equip/furn 898.00 Home Lumber & Builde, Repair/maint 34.02 Heinz, Brenda, Mileage/sub 12.00 Management, PPEL, Capital Projects, Debt Wal-Mart-Elem Supplies $31.48
proposed form of contract and the estimate of cost of Custom Meeting Plann, training 385.00 Huber Supply Co Inc, Repair/maint 33.00 Heinz, Brenda, Mileage/sub 18.00 Service, Trust, Nutrition, and Activity Funds; Absolute Waste-Trash
improvements for the following resurfacing projects: ISAC, training 110.00 Johnson Sanitary Pro, supplies 7.10 Hejna, Rachel, Refund/deposits 19.80 seconded by Schultz. Motion carried 3-0. Removal $210.00
S-28 from the Clear Lake City Limits to B-20; S-36 Lemke, Paula, Mileage/sub 484.78 Marshall & Swift Inc, supplies 213.12 Iowa Public Health A, training 90.00 Mr. Fey discussed a letter from RRMR Aea 267-Sped Tuition $19,380.00
from Mason City limits to B-20; and, S-56 from B-20 to Mitel NetSolutions,, Compuserve info 115.22 Menards, Repair/maint 85.27 Loeschen, Deanna J, Mileage/sub 3.25 School District inquiring about possible sharing American Pest Control-
the Worth County line. Motion passed unanimously. GENERAL SUPPLEMENTAL Menards, Supplies 44.38 Loeschen, Deanna J, Mileage/sub 14.50 options and his response that we were, at Pest Control $40.00
Amosson made a motion, with Dougherty seconding, COMMISSIONER OF ELECTIONS MidAmerican Energy C, power 56.87 Mercy Pharmacy, Medicine 18.79 present, in a whole grade share agreement Eric Burt-1st Qtr Cell $75.00
to approve claims. Motion passed unanimously. A Rifkin Co,, Election supp 57.80 MidAmerican Energy C, power 1414.72 Moonlight Floor & Ma, Cust serv 131.00 with SCMT and working toward consolidation Central Lock-Keys $14.70
Dougherty made a motion, with Amosson seconding, CDW Government, Inc., Supplies 543.70 Prairie Energy Coope, power 9.00 QWest,, Tele serv 14.25 and were obligated to see how this situation Clear Lake Csd-Open
to approve the payroll warrant report for the period Intab Inc,, Election supp 42.86 QWest, Tele serv 41.01 QWest,, Tele serv 28.50 worked out before pursuing any other options. Enrollment $13,865.00
ending March 13, 2010. Motion passed unanimously. Office Elements, Election supp 71.88 QWest,, Tele serv 28.50 The board did instruct Mr. Fey to look into the Culligan-Salt $155.25
Rockwell Cooperative, Tele serv 20.91
Amosson made a motion, with Dougherty seconding, SHERIFF--PATROL HEALTH PLANNING SERVICES possibility of sharing wrestling at the high school Dugan’s-Fcs/At Risk/
Rockwell Cooperative, Tele serv 22.62
level. Elem Supplies $44.56
to authorize Phearman to investigate the problems Graham Tire Co, Repair/maint 349.52 Shopko Eyecare, Supplies 559.17 Determan, Jack, Rent 189.00
The board conducted a public hearing in Fiala Office-Copier Maint $77.85
reported by Salier and Wilson in Drainage Districts 56 Kum & Go,, Fuels 501.30 Siemers, Steve, Repair/maint 250.00 Moonlight Floor & Ma, Cust serv 37.00
regard to the early start calendar waiver request Linda Foell-1st Qtr Internet $75.00
and 31, respectively. Motion passed unanimously. SUBSTANCE ABUSE Tom Hovland Enterpri, Equip/tools 26.95 QWest,, Tele serv 57.00
Iasb-Background Check $45.00
presented for the 2010-2011 school year. Since
Amosson made a motion, with Dougherty seconding, Schickel, Candila C, Legal aid 60.00 US Cellular, Tele serv 315.63 HEALTH PROMOTION & EDUCATION there were no arguments against the request Janitor’s Closet-Cleaning
to adjourn at 9:50 a.m. JUVENILE PROBATION Waste Management of, San disp 60.59 Determan, Jack, Rent 241.00 Schultz made a motion to approve waiver Supplies $293.48
Various tabulations, reports, correspondence and Determan, Jack, Rent 2257.00 SEC ROADS--EQUIPMENT Moonlight Floor & Ma, Cust serv 48.00 request; seconded by Liekweg. Motion carried Jmc-Office Supplies $68.20
other documents that were presented at today’s meeting Servicemaster Of Mas, Purch serv 190.00 Arnold Motor Supply, parts/access 313.84 QWest,, Tele serv 14.25 3-0. Brad Jones-1st Qtr Cell $75.00
are placed on file with the supplemental minutes. COURT SERVICES Brakke Imp Inc, parts/access 22.24 PUBLIC HEALTH PREPAREDNESS Liekweg made a motion to approve the Kramer Hardware-Maint Supplies $6.20
Chairman Jay Urdahl Hartner, Gladys, Legal/crt-relat serv 842.23 Brakke Imp Inc, parts/access 390.78 Determan, Jack, Rent 217.00 2010-2011 calendar as presented; seconded Marshall & Swift-Trans Supplies $14.36
Board of Supervisors Hartner, Gladys, Witness fees 70.00 Certified Laboratori, Lubricants 149.00 Express Services Inc, Purch serv 595.00 by Schultz. Motion carried 3-0. Martin Bros-General Supplies $64.96
ATTEST: Pals, Terri, Legal/crt-relat serv 439.50 CNH Capital, parts/access 177.22 Fox 47 KXLT-TV,, Advertising 400.00 Supt. Fey updated the board on the Abe Maske-Insurance
Kenneth W. Kline Winnebago County She, Serv/notices 17.00 CNH Capital, Repair/maint 2149.60 GRP & Associates Inc, San disp 108.00 reorganization petition. He reported that thanks Reimbursement $245.48
County Auditor Worth Co Sheriff, Legal/crt-relat serv 56.00 Consolidated Energy, Fuels 530.03 Iowa Public Health A, training 90.00 to several people who took the petition door-to- Mason City Csd-Open
Published in the Pioneer Enterprise MH-DD SERVICES FUND Consolidated Energy, Fuels 2166.97 Lea Mobile Glass Inc, Tele serv 128.02 door we had 339 signatures. 291 signatures were Enroll/Sped Tuition $66,940.31
on Thursday, April 1, 2010 CASE MANAGEMENT Crysteel Distributin, parts/access 71.46 Mason City Rentals,, Purch serv 244.64 needed to take the issue to the voters. Sheffield Menards-Maint/Ia Supplies $253.82
CLAIMS Cagley, Jonnie, Mileage/sub 242.50 Dave Syverson Inc,, parts/access 2327.45 Moonlight Floor & Ma, Cust serv 43.00 was also able to get enough signatures. The Mid American
March 23, 2010 Christiansen, Renee, Mileage/sub 186.00 Farmers Lumber Co In, parts/access 25.76 North Iowa Broadcast, Advertising 400.00 petitions will be taken to the AEA for verification Publishing-Board Publications $109.01
GENERAL BASIC Consolidated Energy, Fuels 64.41 Fastenal Company, parts/access 324.19 Primary Wave Medic,, Tele serv 480.00 and the vote on reorganization will take place in Napa-Trans Supplies $47.76
NON-DEPARTMENT BUDGET County Case Manageme, training 25.00 QWest,, Tele serv 14.25 September. Next Generation-Tech Support $300.38
Glen’s Tire Service, Tires/tubes 44.00
Ahlers & Cooney PC, Legal/crt-relat serv 509.84 Culligan, Water use 23.10 TeleSmart Communicat, Tele serv 89.01 Mr. Fey reported that the study committee O’reilly Auto-Trans Supplies $3.49
Hancock County Oil C, Fuels 3129.51
Auditor Of State, Acc/aud/cler 850.00 with members from both RS and SCMT met Oriental Trading-Elem Supplies $36.95
Edgar, Carolyn, Mileage/sub 13.00 Interstate Motor Tru, parts/access 336.04 WELLNESS
City Of Mason City, Animal pick-up/brd 820.00 to discuss several topics. They talked about Joan Petersen-Nursing Fees $140.00
Frandle, Kathy, Mileage/sub 18.27 Interstate Motor Tru, parts/access 8228.67 Business Card,, Supplies 44.38
Gardiner Thomsen, Acc/aud/cler 9625.00 activity bussing, Senior Breakfast and Awards R&R Gas-Towing $100.00
Holiday Inn Des Moin, Mileage/sub 285.60 J & J Machining Weld, parts/access 11.21 Business Card,, Supplies 107.27
Night, activity schedules and the Alternative Rockwell Telephone-Telephone $587.19
Verizon Wireless, Tele serv 72.07 Jurgens, Lori, Mileage/sub 297.20 K & H Co-op Oil Co, Fuels 8758.32 Determan, Jack, Rent 167.00 School program. They felt that all of these Schumacher Elev-Quarterly
Yaggy Colby Assoc In, Water use 186.92 Mason City Business, Repair/maint 17.86 K & H Co-op Oil Co, parts/access 73.35 Hays Companies Inc,, Insurance 146.45 areas were working well at the present time and Maint $454.56
BOARD OPERATIONS NIAMI of North Iowa,, memberships 30.00 Kramer Ace Hardware, parts/access 5.99 Huinker, Kelli, Mileage/sub 27.43 things should continue as is for the time being. Scmt Csd-Legal Fees $210.00
Clear Lake Mirror Re, Brd proceed 337.34 Schuessler, Tammy, Mileage/sub 232.00 Kum & Go,, Fuels 206.45 Moonlight Floor & Ma, Cust serv 34.00 Mr. Maske reported on the following topics: Uni-Ms Science Center Rental $125.00
Larry Elwood Constru, Plowing/blading 60.00 Storey Kenworthy, Supplies 189.88 Lake Auto Parts Inc, parts/access 44.03 QWest,, Tele serv 14.24 • MS Track has started and the first Us School Supply-Elem Supplies $218.05
North Iowa Media Gro, Brd proceed 1109.51 Verizon Wireless,, Rent 74.81 Larry’s Garage, Repair/maint 130.00 Wayne’s Ski & Cycle,, Mach/Equip 15848.40 meet will be on April 20 Bank Of The West-Staff
Pioneer Enterprise-D, Brd proceed 665.80 CERRO GORDO HUMAN SERVICES Mason City Red Power, parts/access 23.86 WILKINSON PARK • ITBS testing will start the week of Dev/Admin Trvl/Postage $75.31
Pioneer Enterprise-D, Brd proceed 937.82 Children & Families, Supp Comm Liv 103.73 Mid Country Machiner, parts/access 810.07 CONSERVATION DEPARTMENT March 29 Dugans - Sheffield-Fcs Supplies $25.29
AUDITOR ADMIN City Treasurer,, Cab 24.00 North Iowa Cooperati, parts/access 4.14 City Of Rock Falls, San disp 144.00 • Melanie VanHorn and Cecilia Dugans -Fcs Supplies $9.21
Clear Lake Mirror Re, publ 187.19 Dept of Human Servic, Inpat/hospital 33870.38 Petro-Blend Corp., parts/access 159.38 CAPITAL PROJECT--CDBG Novotney placed 2nd and 3rd respectively in Menards-Maint/Grounds
ISU Extension Distri, Mag/period/books 98.79 H.O.P.E,, Supp Comm Liv 902.34 Road Machinery & Sup, parts/access 93.53 SPECIAL PROJECTS the state Letters About Literature promotion. Supplies $223.13
Mason City Chamber o, memberships 110.00 Harmony House Health, Supp Comm Liv 2170.00 Sprung Farms Inc,, parts/access 153.45 North Iowa Area Coun, Contrib-gvt/org 25895.00 Our school had 2 of the top 6 letters in their age Office Depot-Office Supplies $124.91
North Iowa Media Gro, publ 183.81 Indianola Residentia, Cab 35.00 Stop-N-Shop, Fuels 219.02 JAIL COMMISSARY PROFITS bracket out of hundreds of entrants. We were Belva Payton-Fcs Supplies $106.75
Office Elements, Supplies -9.38 Indianola Residentia, RCF 3041.80 Stop-N-Shop, parts/access 2.99 SHERIFF--JAIL also the smallest school represented. Wal-Mart-Alternative Sch
Office Elements, Supplies 251.99 Kathleen’s Residenti, RCF/MR 672.00 Thermo King Sales,, parts/access 159.44 FSH Communications L, Supplies 4000.00 • The SCMT Babe Ruth program has Supplies $132.80
Pioneer Enterprise-D, publ 107.16 Krysilis Inc, Shelter worksh 729.30 Swanson Services Cor, Supplies 559.50 asked to use our baseball field to practice. RS TOTAL $112,966.61
Tractor Supply Credi, parts/access 9.57
US Cellular, Tele serv 99.08 Lifeline,, Home mngt serv 30.14 MESERVEY SANITARY - O & M kids are part of this program and the board felt Nutrition Fund Bills For March 2010
Trans Iowa Equipment, parts/access 2507.63
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Mason City Clinic Ps, Diag/Eval 565.00 Ziegler Inc, Lubricants 207.75 MESERVEY SANITARY
Lewis Systems Of Iow, Protect/sec 110.00 also free up the Sheffield field for practice by Food Supplies $1,365.75
Mason City Clinic Ps, Diag/Eval 2000.00 Ziegler Inc, parts/access 992.27 Alliant Energy, power 43.00
Office Elements, Supplies 231.33 the high school team. Liekweg made a motion Dugan’s-Food Supplies $125.00
Mental Health Center, Outpatient 72.00 Ziegler Inc, parts/access 5147.94 Frontier Communicati, Tele serv 37.34
to allow the SCMT Babe Ruth league to use our Earthgrains-Food Supplies $405.89
COUNTY ATTORNEY OFFICE Mental Health Center, Outpatient 623.18 Ziegler Inc, parts/access 14980.34 Meier, Greg, Water test serv 145.00 facilities; seconded by Schultz. Motion carried Farner Bocken-Food Supplies $508.00
Aramark Uniform Serv, Repair/maint 44.00 Mental Health Center, Outpatient 3692.67 Ziegler Inc, Repair/maint 2313.20 SWALEDALE SANITARY - OPERATIONS & 3-0. Keck, Inc.-Commodities $908.24
Mason City Business, Repair/maint 95.59 Mercy Medical Center, Other serv 3375.00 Ziegler Inc, Repair/maint 3310.80 MAINTENANCE Supt. Fey reported to the board that we Martin Bros.-Food/General
US Cellular, Tele serv 12.01 Mercy Medical Center, Outpatient 68.00 PUBLIC HEALTH INSPECTIONS SWALEDALE SANITARY received our dividend from EMC this year. It Supplies $5,409.62
West Group Payment C, Compuserve info 582.00 Opportunity Village, RCF/MR 5157.16 ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH Alliant Energy, power 35.76 more than covers our dues to IASB. TOTAL $8,722.50
SHERIFF--ADMIN Opportunity Village, Supp Comm Liv 134.56 Business Card,, Supplies 6.40 Frontier Communicati, Tele serv 62.60 Supt. Fey discussed with the board some Ppel Fund Bills For March 2010
Ames Photo Portrait, Stationery/forms 101.55 Opportunity Village, Supp Comm Liv 538.24 Charlie’s Auto Repai, Repair/maint 27.88 HEALTH INSURANCE work that would need to be done this summer Fiala Office Products-
Aramark,, Wearing app/uniforms 140.95 Opportunity Village, Supp Comm Liv 1925.89 Cross, Merri, Pstg/mailing 1.05 CENTRAL SERVICES to repair a leak on the west side by the weight Copier Lease $617.53
City Of Clear Lake, Contrib-gvt/org 3407.30 Opportunity Village, Supp employ 34.11 Cross, Merri, Tele serv 39.95 Group Services Inc,, Purch serv 4237.75 room door. It will be involve tearing out some of TOTAL $617.53
City Of Mason City, Contrib-gvt/org 3869.32 Opportunity Village, Supp employ 457.11 Determan, Jack, Rent 1377.00 Group Services Inc,, Purch serv 15000.00 the cement, building up the area and draining February General Fund Bills
Exhaust Pros Of M C, Repair/maint 28.00 Opportunity Village, Supp employ 4676.72 Kum & Go,, Fuels 496.05 Wellmark Blue Cross, Purch serv 178438.03 the water in a different direction. Approved In March 2010
Franklin County Sher, Contrib-gvt/org 3236.45 Opportunity Village, Work act 305.50 Kwik Trip Inc, Fuels 41.47 FLEX BENEFITS FUND The board discussed attending the next Postmaster-Bulk Mailing
Kum & Go,, Fuels 358.32 Opportunity Village, Work act 940.00 Lyons Toyota Dodge, Repair/maint 31.71 CENTRAL SERVICES North Iowa Collaborative Planning Meeting on Fee/Postage $285.00
North Iowa Media Gro, Mag/period/books 233.40 Opportunity Village, Work act 9005.48 Mathre, Mark, Meals/lodging 19.47 Delta Dental of Iowa, Insurance--Other 4699.80 April 14 in Clear Lake. Board members will plan TOTAL $285.00
PAETEC, Tele serv 30.60 Shopko Pharmacy, Medicine 386.45 Moonlight Floor & Ma, Cust serv 271.00 TASC,, Purch serv 388.50 on attending with other area schools. Activity Fund Bills For March 2010
US Cellular, Tele serv 854.38 Shopko Pharmacy, Medicine 3022.42 TASC,, Purch serv 11165.42 Schultz made a motion to approve two Wal-Mart-Ms Stu Coun -
QWest,, Tele serv 49.66
Verizon Wireless, Tele serv 1166.76 Spring Harbor, RCF 1288.00 DISABILITY & LIFE open enrollment requests out for the 2010-2011 Sound System $144.00
QWest,, Tele serv 69.83
SHERIFF--DISPATCH school year; seconded by Liekweg. Motion Jeff Tudor-Wrestling Team Meal $34.00
Spring Harbor, RCF 1629.56 Symens, Teresa, Mileage/sub 73.50 CENTRAL SERVICES
AmericInn Hotel of A, Mileage/sub 241.89 carried 3-0. TOTAL $178.00
Spring Harbor, RCF 15498.27 US Cellular, Tele serv 102.48 EMC Insurance Compan, Purch serv 138.14
Ricke, Pamela, Mileage/sub 26.29 The board conducted a public hearing on the Published in the Pioneer Enterprise
Spring Harbor, Supp Comm Liv 1504.66 NATURE CENTER CENTRAL SERVICES
on Thursday, April 1, 2010
SHERIFF--JAIL Spring Harbor, Supp Comm Liv 3172.87 NATURE CENTER CENTRAL SERVICES
Blazek Electric Inc, Repair/maint 75.86 CPC ADMINISTRATION Larson Printing Comp, Type/print 620.50 1st Insurance, Insurance 45912.00
CBM Food Service,, Food/provisions 3514.73 Community Services A, memberships 50.00 Target Bank, Supplies 37.07 TELEPHONE
Culligan, supplies 171.00 Next Generation Tech, Data process 1500.13 PUBLIC HEALTH QWest, Data line 38.63
Graham Tire Co, Repair/maint 64.50 North Iowa Vocationa, Acc/aud/cler 127.31 PUBLIC HEALTH--ADMIN QWest, Tele serv 288.43
Kum & Go,, Fuels 449.56 Office Elements, Dup/printing chrgs 28.91 CDW Government, Inc., Mach/Equip 1080.00 STATE HOMELAND SECURITY PROGRAM (SHSP)
Marshall & Swift Inc, supplies 103.35 RURAL SERVICES BASIC EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT SERVICES CITY OF THORNTON The Clerk reported that through correspondence,
CDW Government, Inc., software 68.62
Mechanical Air Syste, Repair/maint 292.50 NON-DEPARTMENT BUDGET Iowa Emergency Manag, Contrib-gvt/org 1500.00 COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS the County Auditor’s Office has removed the
CDW Government, Inc., Supplies 701.19
Menards, supplies 1.18 UNAPPROVED MINUTES tax levy for support of the public library for the
Cash, Walter B, Township trustees 14.00 Determan, Jack, Rent 2783.00 Menards, Equip/tools 52.47
MorphoTrak Inc,, Purch serv 4650.00 March 18, 2010, 6:00 P.M., City Hall 2010-11 fiscal year budget. In order for the City
Hinrichs, Gene, Township trustees 20.00 Heartland Paper Comp, Supplies 151.72 FY08 HOMELAND SECURITY GRANTS
North Iowa Family He, Outpatient 3000.00 The Thornton City Council met in special to have this levy, it will need to go to a public
Kragel, Mark, Township trustees 2.50 Heartland Paper Comp, supplies 165.18 EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT SERVICES session on the above date and time with Mayor
Northeast Wisconsin, training 195.00 ROADSIDE MANAGEMENT Gary’s Restaurant &, Food/provisions 511.82 vote at the general election in November.
Loeschen, Deanna J, Mileage/sub 18.70 Joy Baker calling the meeting to order. Council
Treat America, Mileage/sub 32.50 K & H Co-op Oil Co, Fuels 54.88 Kramer, Christopher, training 11950.00 The Clerk reported that the City received
Loeschen, Deanna J, Supplies 6.41 members present: Michael Younge, Larry
Waste Management of, San disp 505.63 correspondence from the County Engineer,
Kramer Ace Hardware, Wood 34.03 Mason City Business, Rent 19.66 O’Neil, Steven, Acc/aud/cler 1555.00 Stadtlander, Barry Groh, and Brian Crowell.
Zorin Material Handl, Mach/Equip 392.94 Mary Kelly regarding the Transfer of Jurisdiction
EMPOWERMENT - EARLY CHILDHOOD Minolta Financial Se, Rent 115.20 FY07 HOMELAND SECURITY GRANTS Absent: Barbara Hopkey. Also present: Pam
SHERIFF--PATROL for Farm-to Market roads. When the State
SPECIAL PROJECTS Moonlight Floor & Ma, Cust serv 548.00 EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT SERVICES Wonsmos, Shelby & Alana Steenhard, and transferred Old Hwy 107 to the County, it
Arnold Motor Supply, Repair/maint 23.96 Determan, Jack, Rent 14.00 North Iowa Media Gro, Mag/period/books 78.00 Emmet County Emergen, Food/provisions 150.00 Bruce & Melanie Smit. excluded the towns of Meservey and Thornton.
De Wilde Auto Servic, Repair/maint 151.95 Moonlight Floor & Ma, Cust serv 3.00 Omnitel Communicatio, Tele serv 39.95 Fayette Co Emergency, Equip/furn 699.99 Younge made a motion to approve the agenda An error was found this year when the County
Graham Tire Co, Repair/maint 357.09 North Iowa Community, Purch serv 2716.60 Osterholm, Ron, Mileage/sub 210.00 GRAND TOTAL: 698,423.98 with the addition of the alley between 3rd & submitted their annual report to the IDOT.
K & H Co-op Oil Co, Fuels 284.48 QWest,, Tele serv 2.85 QWest,, Tele serv 99.75 THE CLAIMS DRAWN FROM THE FOLLOWING 4th Street, between Main and Larch Streets. Section 4 of the agreement was never acted
Kum & Go,, Fuels 4741.46 QWest,, Tele serv 12.77 RSM McGladrey Inc, Tele serv 117.00 FUNDS HAVE BEEN APPROVED BY THEIR Crowell seconded, motion carried. upon, therefore the County has continued to
Mason City Ford Linc, Repair/maint 89.61 EMPOWERMENT - SCHOOL READY RSM McGladrey Inc, Tele serv 120.00 RESPECTIVE GOVERNING BOARD Mayor Baker opened the Public Hearing for the maintain the route through town, but has not
Mills Fleet Farm,, Equip/tools 159.95 SPECIAL PROJECTS Staples Credit Plan, Supplies 33.94 COUNTY ASSESSOR SPECIAL APPRAISER proposed sale of City property, formally known received the Road Use Tax money for this.
Ripp Restraints Inc,, Supplies 51.85 Charlie Brown Day Ca, Scholarships 405.00 HOMEMAKER HEALTH AIDES COUNTY ASSESSOR as the school track located on north of 7th At this time, the County is asking if the City
RECORDER ADMIN Charlie Brown Daycar, Scholarships 1080.00 Appelgate, Michele, Mileage/sub 80.00 Accurate Appraisals, Appraisal serv 400.00 Street. There were no written or oral objections is interested in completing the transaction
Lewis Systems Of Iow, Protect/sec 110.00 Children’s Garden Pr, Scholarships 50.00 Boedeker, John L, Mileage/sub 309.49 regarding the sale. Groh made a motion to now. With the completion of the transfer the
Determan, Jack, Rent 339.00
Pearce, Colleen, Equip/furn 9.56 Clear Lake Community, Scholarships 77.00 US Cellular, Tele serv 82.47 close the Public Hearing. Younge seconded, County would continue to maintain the route
Graff-Zavala, Angie, Mileage/sub 114.00
COURTHOUSE MAINT Determan, Jack, Rent 56.00 CITY ASSESSOR motion carried. and receive the appropriate share of the Road
Iowa Dept of Human S, Refund/deposits 1651.00
Alliant Energy,, Natural/LP gas 164.86 Groh made a motion to approve the sale of the Use Tax money. Stadtlander made a motion
Discovery Time Presc, Scholarships 963.00 Kolb, Mary Lin, Mileage/sub 217.00 MASON CITY ASSESSOR
Alliant Energy,, Natural/LP gas 400.45 above property. Younge seconded. Roll call to complete the transfer to the County. Groh
Discovery Time Presc, Scholarships 1234.00 Losen, Lisa, Mileage/sub 41.50 North Iowa Media Gro, Mag/period/books 69.05
Alliant Energy,, Natural/LP gas 3517.71 vote: Younge – aye, Stadtlander – aye, Groh – seconded, motion carried.
Family Connections,, Purch serv 16089.61 Moonlight Floor & Ma, Cust serv 67.00 Zinnel, Robert D, Mileage/sub 126.00 aye, Crowell – aye. Therefore Resolution #10-
Alliant Energy,, power 34.80 Little Lambs Prescho, Scholarships 140.00 E-911 SURCHARGE There was discussion of pot holes in the alley
Nelson, Sue Ann, Mileage/sub 152.50 03 adopted.
Alliant Energy,, power 133.97 Little Lambs Prescho, Scholarships 780.00 E-911 OPERATIONS between 3rd & 4th Street, between Main and
Northrup, Tara, Mileage/sub 68.50 Smits’, Steenhards’, and Wonsmos left the
Alliant Energy,, power 233.98 Larch Streets.
Mason City Community, Purch serv 3042.82 QWest,, Tele serv 57.00 North Iowa Media Gro, publ 85.72 meeting at 6:20 p.m.
Alliant Energy,, power 3526.04 Groh made a motion to adjourn. Crowell
Moonlight Floor & Ma, Cust serv 11.00 Sevley, Nancy, Mileage/sub 244.50 QWest, Tele serv 990.90 The fencing on City property along Elm Street
Aramark Uniform Serv, supplies 286.36 seconded, motion carried.
Newman Catholic Dayc, Scholarships 436.00 Straube, Martha, Mileage/sub 75.00 EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT SERVICES from 5th to 6th Street and along N 5th Street Michelle Duff
Central Iowa Distrib, supplies 429.73 North Iowa Community, Purch serv 5334.90 Sult, Rhonda, Mileage/sub 208.50 EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT SERVICES was discussed. Crowell made a motion to City Clerk
Central Lock & Key I, Repair/maint 12.00 North Iowa Community, Purch serv 16195.51 Alliant Energy, power 18.52 approve removing the fence from this area and
Ulrich, Patricia, Mileage/sub 110.00 Published in the Pioneer Enterprise
Clausen Plumbing & H, Repair/maint 639.00 installing it at the City Park ball field, the work
QWest,, Tele serv 11.40 US Cellular, Tele serv 97.60 AT & T, Tele serv 33.47 on Thursday, April 1, 2010
Comfort Inc, Repair/maint 180.00 QWest,, Tele serv 51.06 Weaver, Janice K, Mileage/sub 165.00 DTI,, Tele serv 40.58 to be completed by volunteers. Groh seconded,
Comfort Inc, Repair/maint 332.26 Sheffield-Chapin Pre, Scholarships 80.00 West, Angela, Mileage/sub 220.00 North Iowa Media Gro, publ 55.37 motion carried.
Consolidated Energy, Fuels 37.52 Steben’s Children Th, Purch serv 1343.80 Ziegler, Rose M., Mileage/sub 67.50 United States Treasu, Contrib-gvt/org 300.00
JCL Solutions, supplies 53.92 Sugar Plum Preschool, Scholarships 525.00 ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH E-911 OPERATIONS
K Mart, supplies 130.19 Sunbeam Preschool,, Scholarships 740.00 Business Card,, Supplies 2.74 E-911 OPERATIONS
Menards, supplies 35.96 Sunbeam Preschool,, Scholarships 1060.00 Charlie’s Auto Repai, Repair/maint 11.95 C G Co Sheriff, software 8500.00
Office Elements, Supplies 99.28 Voyages Preschool,, Scholarships 470.00 Charlie’s Auto Repai, Repair/maint 139.58 GRAND TOTAL: 11,011.57
Waste Management of, San disp
Office Elements, Supplies
West Hancock Comm Pr, Scholarships
West Hancock Comm Pr, Scholarships
RURAL COUNTY BETTERMENT
Determan, Jack, Rent
Hancock Co Public He, Purch serv
Hygienic Laboratory, Lab serv
Published in the Pioneer Enterprise
on Thursday, April 1, 2010
Happy Ads*, 4”............................................... $15
COUNTY GRANTS Kum & Go,, Fuels 212.60
Alliant Energy, power 45.31 Absolute Waste Remov, Purch serv 116.60 Kwik Trip Inc, Fuels 17.77
Wedding Stories* w/1 photo ......................... $15
Brakke Imp Inc, parts 203.33 Waste Management of, Purch serv 422.53 Lyons Toyota Dodge, Repair/maint 13.59
Fastenal Company, Wood 52.24 ARRA EMPOWERMENT Mathre, Mark, Meals/lodging 8.35
Floyd & Leonard Elec, Equip/tools
Forestry Suppliers I, supplies
Charlie Brown Daycar, Scholarships 101.10
Mathre, Mark, Mileage/sub
Moonlight Floor & Ma, Cust serv
Anniversary/Engagements* w/1 photo ........ $10
Heinz, Fredric A, training
Huber Supply Co Inc, Chem/gases
North IA Community A, Purch serv
QWest,, Tele serv
Additional photo .......................................... $5
Hy-Vee Accounts Rece, supplies
K & H Co-op Oil Co, Fuels
Ahlers & Cooney PC, Labor related
Asphalt Paving Assn, training
Symens, Teresa, Mileage/sub 31.50 Showers, minimum 3” ........................$4.10/inch
US Cellular, Tele serv 43.92
Kramer Ace Hardware, Pstg/mailing
Kramer Ace Hardware, supplies
Chase Card Services,, publ 120.00 Worth Co Public Heal, Purch serv 72.00 Church Page Sponsors* ....................... $5/week
Pioneer Enterprise-D, publ 61.87
Professional Directory Ads* ............. $3.50/week
WELL ELDERLY CLINIC
MidAmerican Energy C, power 49.75 QWest, Tele serv 135.97 Determan, Jack, Rent 63.00
MidWest Wheel Compan, parts/access 42.18
Inserts ....................................................8¢ each
SEC ROADS--ENGINEERING Moonlight Floor & Ma, Cust serv 13.00
North Iowa Tire Inc, Tires/tubes 33.25 Chase Card Services,, Mileage/sub 14.00 QWest,, Tele serv 14.25
North Iowa Tire Inc, Tires/tubes 51.60 Chase Card Services,, Supplies 156.25 Stephen, Shirley, Mileage/sub 78.50
Petro-Blend Corp., Lubricants
Plumb Center, supplies
IKON Office Solution, Repair/maint 241.28 PUBLIC HEALTH NURSES DEADLINE for these items is 12 noon, Fridays.
Yaggy Colby Assoc In, consult 23027.00 Bakehouse, Penelope, Mileage/sub 118.00
Shineway Services In, Cust serv 325.00 SEC ROADS--MAINT Business Card,, Supplies 52.87
THE PIONEER ENTERPRISE
Thursday, APRIL 1, 2010 7
Cerro Gordo County Courthouse
Civil Court Wales, Mason City. Judgment for the plaintiff on
The court handled six child support March 23 in the amount of $1441.03 with 2.35%
matters. interest from March 1 and $85 in costs.
Bank of New York Mellow vs. John and Midland Funding LLC vs. Janet Rogers,
Kathleen Brass. Case dismissed without Mason City. Judgment for the plaintiff on March
prejudice on March 17. 23 in the amount of $1,894.69 with 2.35%
Chase Home Finance vs. David and Lisa interest from March 8 and $85 in costs.
Wharton. Case dismissed without prejudice on H&R Accounts vs. Stephanie Massawe,
March 18. Mason City. Judgment for the plaintiff on March
Manufactures Bank & trust Co vs. Charis 23 in the amount of $1581.22 with 2.35%
Ingram. Case dismissed without prejudice on interest from March 8 and $85 in costs.
March 19. H&R Accounts vs. Robert Vysocky, Clear
Wells Fargo Bank vs. Village at River Bend Lake. Judgment for the plaintiff on March 23 in
Owners Association. Case dismissed without the amount of $714.89 with 2.35% interest from
prejudice on March 17. March 8 and $85 in costs.
Shawntel Paris vs. Mercy Health Services. Tierney Properties vs. Ron and Teresa
Case dismissed with prejudice on March 22. Hadacek. Judgment for the plaintiff on March 17
Railroad Salvage and Restoration Inc vs. for possession of premises located at 1228 N.
Ron Pitts. Case dismissed with prejudice on Washington, Mason City and $91.48 in costs.
March 22. T&L Properties vs. Aaron Watkins and
H&R Accounts vs. Scott Henderson. Case Alexis King. Judgment for the plaintiff on March
dismissed without prejudice on March 19. 22 for possession of premises located at 821
Discover Bank vs. Kathleen Verhalen. Case West 12th Ave N #16, Clear Lake and $85 in
dismissed with prejudice on March 22. costs.
HSBC Bank Nevada vs. Thomas Gregor.
Judgment for the plaintiff on March 22 in the Property Transfers
amount of $6,884.84 with prejudgment interest MCON: Matthew and Christine Birkey to
of $81.11, future interest at 2.35% from February Hammond Estates; Railroad Add MC BLK 41
1, and $202 in costs. LOT 1, BLK 41 LOT 2, BLK 41 LOT 3 MC N1/2
Convergence Receivables LC vs. Douglas of LOTS 1 & 2 & N ½ of E ½ of LOT 3 $85,000;
Bohner. Judgment for the plaintiff on March 22 Clark’s, Warren C., Add BLK 47 LOT 7, BLK
in the amount of $728.03 with 2.35% interest 47 LOT 6 MC E 29’ of LOT 6 EXC the Right of
from February 16 and $202 in costs. Way over the W 10’ of E 29’ of LOT 6 $90,000;
Convergence Receivables LC vs. Kari Parker’s, A.T., Plat of Blks. 102, 103 & 104 of
Matthews. Judgment for the plaintiff on March Lot 1 SE ¼ NW ¼ Sec. 10-96-20 BLK 103 LOT
22 in the amount of $8,039.11 with 2.35% 9, BLK 103 LOT 10 MC Portion of LOT 9 & 10’
interest and $202 in costs. of LOT 10 $90,000; $265,000; 2010-1674.
MCON: Matthew and Christine Birkey to
District Court Hammond Estates; Felt’s, Paul, Plat of Mason
The court handled one cases of contempt City, Auditor’s Plat of Blk. 99 LOT 6, LOT 8, LOT
and one probation revocation. 9 MC LOT 6, LOT 8, LOT 9 MC W1/2 of LOT 9
Jeremy Fitzgerald, 37, Mason City, pled LOT 6 - $52,000 LOT 8 - $75,000 W ½ of LOT
guilty on March 22 to Attempted Burglary in the 9 - $75,000; $202,000; 2010-1673.
Third Degree. Fitzgerald was sentenced to two DQC: Leslie and Joan Deardeuff to Leslie
years probation in lieu of two years in prison, and Joan Deardeuff Revocable Trust; 20-95-19
fined $625 plus 32% surcharge (suspended), SW NW, SE NW, NW SW, NE SW, SW SW, SE
$10 DARE, $240 attorney fees, $700 in SW; 18-95-19 NW SE, NE SE, SW SE, SE SE,
restitution, and $161.60 in costs. NW NE, NE NE, SW NE, SE NE SE ¼ EXC
Kristie Nitcher, 36, Mason City, pled guilty 2 TRACTS in S ½ SE ¼; NE ¼ EXC Railroad
on March 22 to Theft in the Second Degree. Right of Way in NE NE & EXC Parcel “A” in Part
Nitcher was sentenced to five years probation of NE NE Containing 9.12 Acres; 2010-1744.
in lieu of five years in prison, fined $750 plus DWD: Mark and Debra Christiansen to
35% surcharge (suspended), $10 DARE, $942 Justin Vanderleest; Grand View 2nd Add BLK 5
in attorney fees, and $180 in costs. LOT 2 MC; Krieger’s, Richard C., 2nd Add BLK
Timothy Holmes, 47, Forest City, pled guilty 3 LOT 14 MC; $110,000 and $175.20; 2010-
on March 22 to Possession of a Schedule II 1739.
Controlled Substance (methamphetamine) DWDJ: Daryl and Lisa Johnson to Thomas
Second Offense. Holmes was sentenced to and Pamela Litterer; WestHaven BLK 3 LOT 3
seven days in jail, fined $625 plus 35% surcharge MC; $15,300 and $24; 2010-1730.
(suspended for one year), $90 in attorney fees, DAJT: Gerald Stampaugh, Gary and
$10 DARE, $125 Law Enforcement Initiative Dorothy Hepperly to Dorothy Hepperlly; Hoyt’s
surcharge, revocation of drivers license for 180 1st Add LOT 114 MC; Midland Heights LOT
days, and $100 in costs. 128, LOT 129, LOT 130 MC W 20’ of LOT 128;
Christopher Howell, 23 Osage, received a Fairview Add BLK 1 LOT 22 MC; Norris, F.M.,
deferred judgment on March 22 for OWI. Howell 1st Add BLK 6 LOT 2 MC; Oakwood Park BLK
was placed on one year probation, ordered to 12 LOT 9, BLK 12 LOT 11 CL & ELY ½ of VAC
complete 40 hours of community service, pay Alley between lots 8 &9 & Ely ½ of Vac Alley
a civil penalty of $1250 (half suspended), and between Lots 6 & 11; Randall’s, Benjamin, Add.,
$140 in costs. Auditor’s Plat of Blk. 2 LOT 3 MC; 2010-1728.
David Niichel, 54, Ventura, pled guilty on DWDJ: Luscombe Enterprises Inc to
March 15 to OWI First Offense. Niichel was Ryan Lahner and Carrie Zabel; Cedar Ridge
sentenced to two days in jail, fined $1,250 Subdivision Phase II Ventura Iowa LOT 18 VT;
plus 35% surcharge, $90 in attorney fees, $10 $72,500 and $115.20; 2010-1725.
DARE, and $100 in costs. DWD: Sharon Lovstad to Kelly Lovstad;
Robert Snook, 47, Mason City, pled guilty Lake Devco Add LOT 13 CL; $65,750 and
on March 22 to OWI First Offense. Snook was $104.80; 2010-1723.
sentenced to two days in jail, fined $1,250 plus DAJT: Joseph and Ezme Palmieri to Ezme
35% surcharge, $10 DARE, and $140 in costs. Palmieri; Parker’s 5th Add BLK 3 LOT 16 MC;
Renee Lea, 29, Mason City, pled guilty 2010-1718.
on March 10 to OWI First Offense. Lea was DAJT: Elmer and Dorothy Sjostrand to
sentenced to two days in jail, fined $1,250 plus Dorothy Sjostrand; Kirtland (Original Town) BLK
35% surcharge, $10 DARE, and $100 in costs. 5 LOT 10 RW; 2010-1717.
Lynn Wagenknecht, 56, Mason City, pled DQC: Don and Karyl Plagge to Don Plagge;
guilty on March 10 to OWI First Offense. Rye’s 2nd Sub LOT 8, LOT Outlot A MC 1/6
Wagenknecht was sentenced to 100 days in Interest in Outlot A; College Add BLK 29 LOT
jail, fined $1,250 plus 35% surcharge, $90 in 1, BLK 29 LOT 2, BLK 29 LOT 3, BLK 29 LOT
attorney fees, $10 DARE, and $100 in costs. 4 MC ASG Cont B09 P8720; Law’s Add BLK 6
Chare was pled down from OWI third or LOT 4 MC; 2010-1713.
subsequent offense. A second charge of Driving DWD: Habitat for Humanity of North Central
While Barred was dismissed. Iowa to Christopher Hjelmgren; 18-96-20
Auditor’s Plat of E1/2 NE ¼ & Lot 14 E1/2 SE ¼
Small Claims BLK 4 LOT 7 MC; $75,000 and $119.20; 2010-
H&R Accounts vs. Allan Meyer, Mason City. 1698.
Judgment for the plaintiff on March 23 in the DWD: Bryan and Joleen Fleming to Rachel
amount of $910.28 with 2.35% interest from Pearson; Burn’s, M.M. & G.W., Sub of Lots
December 16 and $101.50 in costs. 1,2,3,4,5 in block 3 Parker & Foster’s 2nd Add.
Culligan Water Conditioning vs. Jeannie BLK A LOT 12 MC Part of; $35,000 and $55.20;
Fletcher, Mason City. Judgment for the plaintiff 2010-1655.
on March 19 in the amount of $246.70 with DWDJ: Michael and Dorothy Young to
2.35% interest from January 21 and $95 in Travis and Debra Young; Grandview Point
costs. Garage Condominiums BLDG Unit Garage A
Cilligan Water Conditioning vs. Jeannie CL; $24,000 and $37.60; 2010-1647.
Fletcher, Mason City. Judgment for the plaintiff DWDJ: Kevin and Nancy Malmin to David
on March 19 for possession of water softener and Rhonda Worthy; 10-96-20 Sub. of SW1/4
equipment valued at $664.62 and $95 in costs. NE1/4 LOT 11 MC N 50’ of W 132’; $72,000 and
Asset Acceptance LLC vs. Mike Devary, $114.40; 2010-1645.
Rockwell. Judgment for the plaintiff on March DQCJ: Mary Lou Rosacker to Eugene and
22 in the amount of $1,038.30 with pre- Mary Lou Rosacker; St. Francis Park BLK 2
judgment interest of $358.95, 2.35% interest LOT 6 MC; 2010-1644.
from February 4, and $112 in costs. DWDJ: Daniel and Bridget Lauritson and
CBE Group vs. Francisco Alberto, Mason Diane Farra to Michael Vanpham and Odessa
City. Judgment for the plaintiff on March 22 in and Michael Pham; Yougnblood’s Add BLK 3
the amount of $2,694.30 with pre-judgment LOT 12, BLK 3 LOT 13 MC EXC Part of LOT
interest of $337.68, post judgment interest of 13; $99,000 and $157.60; 2010-1640.
2.35% from February 5, and $102 in costs. DWD: Secretary of Housing & Urban
Angelica Leon vs. Stephen and Cathy Development to Taets Diverse Holdings LLC;
Baker. Judgment for the plaintiff on March 18 Midland Heights LOT 203, LOT 204 MC W 20’
in the amount of $700 with 2.35% interest from of LOT 204; $28,500; 2010-1638.
February 5 and $112 in costs. DWDJ: John and Brianna Lentz to Phillip
Capital One Bank vs. Amber Rock, Mason and Melinda Hood; Pine Broke First Subdivision
City. Judgment for the plaintiff on March 18 LOT 18 CL; $178,000 and $284; 2010-1635.
in the amount of $891.79 with pre-judgment DWDJ: Ryan and Danielle Theiss to Travis
interest of $320.19, post judgment interest of Bailey and Lisa Latham; Browne’s Add BLK 56
2.35% from February 10, and $101.50 in costs. LOT 2 MC E 40’; $38,000 and $60; 2010-1633.
Midland Funding LLC vs. Tracy Boehmer, DWDJ: John and Roselind Mousel to John
Mason City. Judgment for the plaintiff on March and Roselind Mousel; 33-96-20 NW SW, NE
18 in the amount of $2,881.82 with 2.35% SW, SW SW, SE SW EXC N 35 Acres of NW
interest from February 16 and $102 in costs. SW ½ Interest; 2010-1632.
Published in the Pioneer Enterprise Midland Funding LLC vs. Jamie Balek, DWD: Michael Christiansen to Mark
on Thursday, April 1, 2010 Mason City. Judgment for the plaintiff on March Christiansen; Grand View 2nd Add BLK 5 LOT
18 in the amount of $1,456.57 with 2.35% 2 MC Rerecord B09 P2139; Krieger’s, Richard
interest from February 18 and $102 in costs. C., 2nd Add BLK 3 LOT 14 MC Rerecord B09
AJO Investments to Paul Harthan, Clear P2139; 2010-1631.
Lake. Judgment for the plaintiff on March 17 in DWDJ: Secretary of Housing and Urban
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the amount of $847.60 with 2.35% interest from Development to Ryan and Amanda Kershner;
February 22, prejudgment interest of $209.93, Brice & Ong Land Co.’s Street Railway Add BLK
and $102 in costs. 16 LOT 1, BLK 16 LOt 2 MC; N1/3 of LOT 1 & N
AJO Investments to Andrew Lukes, Mason 1/3 of E ½ of LOT 2; $58,010; 2010-1619.
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City. Judgment for the plaintiff on March 17 in DWD: Charles and Lana Ringus to Alex
the amount of $1,152.73 with 2.35% interest Pappas; College Add BLK 12 LTO 3 MC;
from February 22, pre-judgment interest fees of $50,000 and $79.20; 2010-1617.
$97.59, and $101 in costs. DWDJ: Tom and Georgia Ashland to Tom
H&R Accounts vs. Yolanda Denhardt, and Georgia Ashland; 06-95-21 NW NW, NE
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Mason City. Judgment for the plaintiff on March NW, SW NW, SE NW; 07-95-21 NE NE, SE NE,
23 in the amount of $1024.91 with 2.35% SW NE; 2010-1614.
interest from March 17 and $85 in costs. DWD: Chase Home Financial LLC to
K&H Coop Oil vs. Joel Johnsrud, Mason Federal National Mortgage Association; East
City. Case dismissed without prejudice on Lake Place BLK 7 LOT 5, BLK 7 LOT 6 CL;
March 23. 2010-1605.
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Thursday, APRIL 1, 2010
By Andrea Goedderz, Community
Relations, American Cancer Society
and member of the Partnership for a
Tobacco-Free Cerro Gordo County
As spring returns again in Iowa
our thoughts turn to spring cleaning.
One cleaning task that should not
be overlooked this time of year is
the cleaning of our health. Although
it may be a hard habit to change,
cleaning out the use of tobacco
is an important one. One-third of
all cancers could be prevented by
simply eliminating tobacco use in
As an employee of the American
Cancer Society, I am also a member
of the Partnership for a Tobacco Free Thank you to all the West Fork communities for supporting our pop can drive. We were able to raise
Cerro Gordo County. The Partnership $342 for our prom. A special thanks to Sheffield Redemption for counting all the cans! Thanks also
for a Tobacco Free Cerro Gordo
to the following juniors who helped collect cans in SCMT and RS: Sarah Weiland, Olivia Rooney,
County is a unique partnership of
community members, organizations,
Becky Schnabel, Nicole Schulz, Maddy LeDuc, Madison Adams, Bayley Fleshner, Brock Logan, Alex
Melanie VanHorn and Cecilia Novotoney have been named winners school officials, law enforcement Kirschbaum, Jace Winfrey, Sam Siefken, Jesse Emhoff, and Randy Groh.
of this year’s Letters About Literature contest. and youth who work to promote West Fork Junior Class
activities that discourage tobacco
use, while supporting tobacco-free
West Fork Students Repeat environments. risk is reduced to that of a nonsmoker Senior Health Clinics
The Partnership members are 5 to 15 years after quitting.
Success In Letters About Literature committed to the ongoing effort of (US Surgeon General’s Report, April Schedule
By Travis Fischer were advanced for consideration. Of reducing tobacco use among our 1990, p. vi)
10 years after quitting: The lung The Cerro Gordo County Wednesday, April 21 in Mason
Two West Fork middle those, only the top six are recognized youth. Partnership members realize
cancer death rate is about half that Department of Public Heath offers City at the Mason City Senior
schoolers made a big impression in for an award. it is difficult for many people to kick
of a continuing smoker’s. The risk Senior Health Clinics to county Activity Center, 326 4th St. NE.
this year’s Letters About Literature Out of the three placed winners the tobacco habit. However, when
of cancer of the mouth, throat, residents age 55 and older. There is Monday, April 26 in Clear Lake
contest. and three runners-up, West Fork you do stop using tobacco, some
esophagus, bladder, cervix, and no charge. However, contributions at the St. Patrick’s Catholic Church,
6th grader Melanie VanHorn is the only school in the Level 1 amazing things happens to your
pancreas decrease. are encouraged in order to keep the 1001 9th Ave. South.
and 5th grader Cecilia Novotney have category to have multiple winners. body in a matter of minutes!
(US Surgeon General’s Report, clinic running. Wednesday, April 28 in Mason
both placed the contest. Melanie This is the second time West 20 minutes after quitting: Your
1990, pp. vi, 131, 148, 152, 155, The clinic is an annual health City at the Mason City Senior
placed second by writing to Kate Fork has had two winners in the heart rate and blood pressure drops.
164,166) screening and does not replace Activity Center, 326 4th St. NE.
Dicamillo about her book ‘Because contest. Melanie placed as last year’s (Effect of Smoking on Arterial
15 years after quitting: The risk a physician’s care. To make an Senior Health Clinic schedules
of Winn Dixie.’ Cecilia placed third, first honorable mention along with Stiffness and Pulse Pressure
of coronary heart disease is that of a appointment, Cerro Gordo County are also posted on the Cerro Gordo
writing to Nancy Rue about her book Nicole Helmers, who placed third. Amplification, Mahmud, A, Feely, J.
non-smoker’s. residents may call the Cerro Gordo County Department of Public Health
‘Lucy Doesn’t Wear Pink.’ “It’s really exciting to be able 2003. Hypertension:41:183.)
(US Surgeon General’s Report, County Department of Public Health: web site: www.cghealth.com/
“I’m just amazed and to tell our reading and language 12 hours after quitting: The
1990, p. vi) (641) 421-9300 or Toll Free: 1-888- webdocs/FCH_SHC.htm.
impressed,” said teacher Karen arts teacher that the skills they are carbon monoxide level in your blood
So as you begin to put together 264-2581.
True, who helped the girls with their teaching are being used,” says True. drops to normal.
your cleaning list for this spring April clinics will be held as
entries. Melanie and Cecilia will be (US Surgeon General’s Report,
please consider “cleaning” out your follows:
Of the 427 letters entered visiting the State Library in Des 1988, p. 202)
into the contest by 4th, 5th, and 6th Moines on April 30 to present their 2 weeks to 3 months after quitting: tobacco habit, because the benefits
will last a lifetime. Monday, April 5 in Swaledale at
graders across the state, only 57 letters at their award ceremony. Your circulation improves and your
For more information on tobacco the United Methodist Church.
lung function increases.
prevention and current cessation Wednesday, April 7 in Mason City
(US Surgeon General’s Report,
Pleasant Valley Kick’s Off Season 1990, pp.193, 194,196, 285, 323) opportunities in Cerro Gordo at the Regency Apartments, 1531 6th
County, visit the Cerro Gordo Place SE.
1 to 9 months after quitting:
Pleasant Valley Golf Club Sunday supper. County Department of Public Health Monday, April 12 in Clear Lake
Coughing and shortness of breath
held their annual kickoff dinner on During supper, it was announced web site: www.cghealth.com Look at the United Methodist Church, 508
decrease; cilia (tiny hair-like
Sunday, March 30, in Thornton. that the board has approved Kathy under “Health Promotion.” 2nd Ave. North.
structures that move mucus out of
Serving up a meal of fried Janeka to be the new clubhouse the lungs) regain normal function in
chicken, BBQ ribs, baked potato, manager. Janeka will be responsible the lungs, increasing the ability to The AreA’s
and salad, golf lovers and local for hiring, scheduling, and cooking handle mucus, clean the lungs, and
patrons filled the club house for the dinner specials.
In an effort to bring in some
reduce the risk of infection.
(US Surgeon General’s Report,
Felon from page 1 new members, the club will also
be offering a reduced rate for
new members. New members, or
1990, pp. 285-287, 304)
1 year after quitting: The excess specialists”
risk of coronary heart disease is half
Sturges was sentenced in Cedar former members that have not held
that of a smoker’s.
Rapids by United States District a membership for three years, are
(US Surgeon General’s Report,
Court Chief Judge Linda R. Reade. eligible for a large discount on a new
1990, p. vi)
Judge Reade found Sturges “is a membership to the club.
5 years after quitting: Your stroke
danger to the community” and “a high
risk to recidivate” and sentenced him
to 97 months’ imprisonment. Sturges
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