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chitects for final design documents and
construction related services for Jefferson and Commercial Streets (River Road
to 3rd Street) in Downtown Waterloo, and
authorize the Mayor and City Clerk to execute said documents”, be adopted. Roll
call vote-Ayes: Seven. Motion carried.
Resolution adopted and upon approval
by Mayor assigned No. 2019-495.
ORDINANCES
146473 -Amos/Feuss
that “an Ordinance amending the Traffic
Code by adding Subsection (18a) Casper
Avenue to Section 553, No Parking Here
to Corner - Casper Avenue from Upland
Drive - east side of Casper Avenue in a
southerly direction”, be received, placed
on file, considered and passed for the
second time. Roll call vote-Ayes: Seven.
Motion carried.
146474 -Amos/Feuss
that rules requiring ordinances to be
considered and voted for passage at two
prior meetings be suspended. Roll call
vote-Ayes: Five. Nays: Two (Klein and
Schmitt). Motion failed.
OTHER COUNCIL BUSINESS
146475 -Schmitt/Feuss
that a motion approving denial of a Recycling Yard License application for Kevin's
Auto & Truck, 953 Fulton Street, expiration April 30, 2019, for failure to provide a
bond and failure to allow access for a site
inspection, be received, placed on file
and approved. Voice vote-Ayes: Seven.
Motion carried.
146476 -Schmitt/Feuss
that a motion approving denial of a Recycling Yard License application for Litzkow
Auto Recyclers, 1720 Black Hawk Road,
expiration April 30, 2019, for failure to
provide a bond, application fee, and access for a site inspection, be received,
placed on file and approved. Voice voteAyes: Seven. Motion carried.
Council had a number of questions about
the businesses, the current application
process and what the next steps would
be if denial is approved.
Noel Anderson provided some background and explained that Mr. Litzkow
has been in the community for a number
of years and operates both sites, and that
this is not the first time he has failed to
meet the annual renewal deadline. He
further explained that if the motion to
deny is approved, a letter will be sent
to Mr. Litzkow notifying him that he is in
violation of the city code of ordinance
and has 30 days to respond. If there is a
continued failure to comply, legal action
will be taken. He stated that staff does
however, try to work with the businesses
to meet the requirements before any legal
action would be taken.
Council questioned if the ordinance
could be changed to include a penalty
fee for failure to renew in a timely manner.
Noel Anderson confirmed he would work
to put those changes together for council
review and approval.
ADJOURNMENT
146477 -Feuss/Klein
that the Council adjourn at 6:28 p.m.
Voice vote-Ayes: Seven. Motion carried.
Kelley Felchle, City Clerk
2019-466
BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COUNCIL OF
THE CITY OF WATERLOO, IOWA, that all
bills herein described are hereby allowed
and the Mayor and the City Clerk are
hereby authorized and directed to issue
warrants for the amount set opposite the
respective name of each.
Total Invoice Amount
QWEST SERV
6,936.22
A-LINE SUPP
254.40
ACCESS COMPUTER TECHNOLOGIES
SERV
550.82
ACCO SUPP
4,072.11
ADVANCED ENVIRONMENTAL TESTING
CONT
10,600.00
ADVANCED SYSTEMS INC SERV185.79
ADVANTAGE SCREENPRINT
SUPP
469.00
AECOM TECHNICAL SERVICES, INC
CONT
155,392.66
AFFORDABLE TREE SERVICE
CONT
2,400.00
ALDERMAN , NATHAN REIMB 250.00
ALL STAR PLUMBING & HTG., INC
CONT
10,588.51
ALL TEMP REFRIGERATION
REPR
6,134.24
ALLEN GLASS COMPANY, INC
SUPP
308.67
ALLEN MEMORIAL HOSPITAL
SERV
1,981.08
ALLEN OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH SERVICES SERV
1,198.00
ANATUM GEOMOBILE SOLUTIONS, LLC
SERV
609.00
ANSWER PLUS INC SERV
110.95
AP INDUSTRIAL STEEL, INC
SUPP
16.31
APLINGTON PARKERSBURG COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT REIMB 114.00
ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICES, INC.
SERV
5,314.94
ARNOLD MOTOR SUPPLY SUPP253.86
ASPRO INC., & SUBSIDIARIES
CONT
915,917.66
AUTOMATIC DOOR GROUP INC
SUPP
7,441.71
AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE SOLUTIONS
SERV
61.12
AVITA DEVELOPMENTS, LLC
TX RBT
20,333.00
AXON ENTERPRISE, INC. SUPP 528.00
B & B BUILDERS & SUPPLY
CONT
19,575.05
B & B LAWN CARE SERVICE
SERV
21,983.88
BAKER & TAYLOR MTRLS
638.82
BARCO MUNICIPAL PRODUCTS INC
SUPP
4,040.00
BBE PRO TOOLS LLC SUPP
399.99
BDI SUPP
109.32
BENTON'S READY MIX CONCRETE
SUPP
903.50
BERGEN PLUMBING CONT
2,450.00
BILL COLWELL FORD INC
SUPP
1,102.05
BLACK HAWK COUNTY ABSTRACT CO
SERV
140.00
BLACK HAWK COUNTY CLERK OF
COURT SERV
235.00
BLACK HAWK COUNTY RECORDER
SERV
70.00
BLACK HAWK COUNTY SHERIFF
SERV
72.12
BLACK HAWK COUNTY TREASURER
SUPP
50.00
BLACK HAWK RENTAL RNTL
180.00
BLACK HAWK WASTE DISPOSAL, INC
SERV
117.60
BMC AGGREGATES LC SUPP 1,589.32
BOULDER CONTRACTING LLC
CONT
233,018.20
BOUND TREE MEDICAL LLC
SUPP
5,869.12
BREAD TO BEER, LLC
TX RBT
30,003.00
BROCKWAY, PAT SUPP
117.87
BRODART COMPANY MTRLS 262.57
BROTHERS CONSTRUCTION
CONT
28,298.00
BROWNELLS, INC. SUPP
399.98
BSN SPORTS SUPP
905.78
BUCHAN, SCOTT REIMB
250.00
CAMPBELL SUPPLY CO SUPP4,722.49
CDW GOVERNMENT, LLC
SUPP
8,029.96
CEDAR BEND HUMANE SOCIETY, INC
SERV
8,377.25
CEDAR FALLS UTILITIES SERV 580.00
CEDAR RAPIDS TRUCK CENTER, INC.
SUPP
90.18
CEDAR VALLEY MOTORS & COLLISION
PARTS
1,704.78
CONNERLEY CONSTRUCTION INC
CONT
2,033.00
COOLEY PUMPING SERV
1,019.90
COURIER ADV
4,314.11
COVENANT MEDICAL CENTER, INC.
SUPP
2,028.60
CRESCENT ELECTRIC SUPPLY CO.
SUPP
2,150.18
CRITERION PICTURES USA INC
SERV
350.00
CRITERION, INC PARTS
445.75
CRYOTECH DEICING TECHNOLOGY
SUPP
3,625.20
CURBTENDER INC PARTS
799.83
CZ PROPERTY SERVICES LLC
SERV
360.00
D & D TIRE INC SUPP
2,715.00
D & J OIL COMPANY SUPP
6,629.02
D & K PRODUCTS SUPP
2,460.30
DAWSON, JULIE REIMB
14.00
DELL MARKETING L.P. SUPP 5,720.00
DEN HERDER VETERINARY HOSPITAL
SERV
311.96
DICK WITHAM FORD SUPP
1,486.21
DICK'S PETROLEUM CO
SUPP
37,247.80
DICKEN, CURT SERV
100.00
DRAPHIX PARTS
21.20
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING & EQUIP
SUPP
1,834.54
EMSLRC SERV
60.00
ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCE ASSOCIATES SERV
817.40
EVEN QUALITY WORKS LLS
SUPP
550.00
EXPRESS SERVICES, INC.
TEMP
2,622.36
FARM PLAN SUPP
182.30
FARMERS STATE BANK FEES 5,295.66
FARNSWORTH ELECTRONICS, INC
SUPP
1,039.60
FASTENAL COMPANY SUPP
26.31
FAULKS BROS CONSTRUCTION INC
SUPP
5,630.47
FCX PERFORMANCE SUPP
122.20
FELCHLE, KELLEY REIMB
145.46
FERGUSON ENTERPRISES, INC.PARTS
1,936.69
FERGUSON, CHRIS TRNG
673.35
FERTILIZER DEALER SUPPLY
SUPP
46.54
GALE/CENGAGE LEARNING
MTRLS
200.79
GALLS INCORPORATED SUPP 510.98

GATR OF SAUK RAPIDS INC
SUPP
914.35
GATSO ATE
55,512.00
GENERAL SHEET METAL WORKS, INC
SUPP
30.31
GIERKE SUPP
208.79
GILLAM, TIMMIE SERV
150.00
GLOBAL EMERGENCY PRODUCTS INC
SUPP
1,705.86
GOODYEAR COMMERCIAL TIRE & SERVICE CENTERS REPR
244.30
GOODYEAR TIRE & RUBBER COMPANY
SUPP
1,031.49
GRAINGER SUPP
173.23
GROUT MUSEUM OF HISTORY AND
SCIENCE TAXES
3,942.26
HACH COMPANY SUPP
1,067.48
HARRISON TRUCK CENTERS
SUPP
102.93
HASTY AWARDS SUPP
330.52
HAWKEYE ALARM & SIGNAL CO
SUPP
85.00
HAWKEYE FIRE & SAFETY
SUPP
156.15
HAWKEYE MOTOR SPORTS, LLC
SERV
1,440.87
HELENA CHEMICAL COMPANY
SUPP
6,695.00
HERNANDEZ, JASON SUPP
16.04
HUMBLE, ZACHARY SERV
150.00
HY SUPP
1,063.89
IAEI MEMBRSP
120.00
INDUSTRIAL STANDARD TOOLING
SUPP
275.00
INTERSTATE BATTERY SYSTEM OF
SUPP
405.44
IOWA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION SUPP
760.34
IOWA DIVISION OF LABOR SERVICE
SERV
280.00
IOWA OFFICE INTERIORS, INC.
SUPP
5,442.93
IOWA ONE CALL SERV
1,129.50
IOWA PRISON INDUSTRIES
SUPP
528.00
IOWA SOCIETY OF CPAS DUES 260.00
JG BUSINESS SERVICES SUPP 250.00
JOHNSTONE SUPPLY SUPP
300.79
JONES, RUDY/ PETTY CASH
REIMB
63.00
JORDAN'S NURSERY, INC SUPP600.00
KBBG 88.1 FM AD
2,000.00
KBOL RADIO STATION AD
2,000.00
KELLY SERVICES, INC TEMP
185.64
KENNEDY ELECTRONICS INC
SUPP
6,512.00
KRAMER SERV
60.00
KW ELECTRIC INC CONT 205,960.00
KWIK TRIP INC. SUPP
11,980.13
KWWL TELEVISION ADV
1,450.00
LAMAR COMPANIES ADV
2,100.00
LASER LINE STRIPING SUPP
320.00
LEHMAN TRUCKING & EXCAVATING
CONT
39,000.00
LICKTEIG, DENNIS SERV
4,469.00
LOCKSPERTS SUPP
35.92
LODGE CONSTRUCTION INC
CONT
110,675.33
LOGAN CONTRACTORS SUPPLY, INC
SUPP
16,128.00
LOUCKS & SCHWARTZ SERV 739.00
MACQUEEN EQUIPMENT INC.
SUPP
1,852.68
MANATT'S INC. SPP
210.00
MANPOWER, INC TEMP
777.46
MARCO'S PIZZA SUPP
131.96
MARION BODY WORKS, INC.
SUPP
203.94
MARTIN BROS DIST CO INC
SUPP
783.93
MATTHIAS LANDSCAPING CO.
SUPP
9,762.50
MCMASTER SUPP
355.15
MEDIACOM SERV
4,250.39
MENARDS SUPP
2,918.42
METROPOLITAN TRANSIT AUTHORITY
SERV
9,100.89
MID SUPP
942.00
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY
SERV
96,356.82
MIDWEST ATHLETIC FIELDS
SUPP
9,550.00
MIDWEST JANITORIAL SERVICE INC
SERV
1,426.00
MIDWEST WHEEL CO. SPP
216.31
MILLER FENCE CO. SUPP
632.36
MILLER WINDOW SERVICE SUPP30.00
MITTERA GROUP, INC SUPP 1,302.00
MMS CONSULTANTS, INC
CONT
17,909.15
MOBOTREX INC SUPP
13,550.00
MSA PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
CONT
6,508.15
MUNICIPAL PIPE TOOL CO., LLC
REPR
918.55
MURPHY TRACTOR & EQUIPMENT
SUPP
4,105.78
MUTUAL WHEEL COMPANY
SUPP
261.53
NAPA AUTO PARTS PARTS
207.36
NEIL, BENJAMIN REIMB
133.70
NEW PIG CORPORATION SUPP 365.88
NEWEGG BUSINESS INC SUPP 90.50
NORTHERN SAFETY TECHNOLOGY INC
SUPP
1,523.68
OFFICE EXPRESS SUPP
143.16
ON SERV
43.20
OUTLAW TRUCK PARTS LLC
PARTS
1,501.64
OVERDRIVE INC MTRLS
19.99
OVERHEAD DOOR CO. OF WATERLOO
SUPP
3,940.30
P & K MIDWEST INC REPR
2,210.67
PEPSI COLA GENERAL BOTTLING
SUPP
706.80
PER MAR SECURITY SERVICES
SERV
1,519.05
PERFORMANCE BODIES SUPP 216.87
PETERSEN & TIETZ FLORIST
SUPP
2,295.00
PLUMB TECH INC. SUPP
950.00
PPG ARCHITECTURAL FINISHES
SUPP
26.19
PREMIER STAFFING INC
TEMP
1,952.28
PRINT INNOVATIONS SUPP
79.98
PRO SERV
2,500.00
PROSHIELD FIRE PROTECTION
SUPP
50.00
QUILL CORPORATION SUPP
438.05
RADIO COMMUNICATIONS CO
SERV
1,375.00
RALLY APPRAISAL LLC SUPP 3,200.00
RAY MOUNT WRECKER SERVICE
SERV
45.00
RECREONICS SUPP
338.64
REDZONE ROBOTICS INC
CONT
117,625.00
REGIONS BANK SUPP
1,151.00
RHINO INDUSTRIES, INC
SUPP
22,880.00
RICOH USA INC SERV
995.00
RITE ENVIRONMENTAL, INC
SUPP
9,978.87
RITE PRICE OFFICE SUPPLY, INC
SUPP
2,119.87
RJN GROUP, INC CONT
10,518.78
ROBBY'S SALES & SERVICE
REPR
488.90
S.J. CONSTRUCTION, INC.
CONT
4,805.00
SADLER POWER TRAIN SUPP
45.56
SAHR , TIMOTHY REIMB
150.00
SANDEE'S SERV
1,101.65
SANDRY FIRE SUPPLY SUPP 5,764.80
SCHEELS REPR
7,908.97
SCHUMACHER ELEVATOR CO., INC.
MAINT
5,319.47
SCOT'S SUPPLY SUPP
134.93
SECRETARY OF STATE SERV
30.00
SHANKLE, KENT REIMB
3,215.67
SHATEK, RYAN REIMB
150.00
SHERIFF OF LINN COUNTY SERV31.50
SHERWIN SUPP
63.65
SHRED SERV
43.20
SIGNS & DESIGNS INC REPR
690.00
SIGNWAREHOUSE INC SUPP 970.00
SIOUX CITY TRUCK SALES, INC
PARTS
1,159.06
SIRSIDYNIX SERV
1,170.00
SLED SHED, THE SUPP
224.95
SPELLER TRUE VALUE SUPP 116.97
ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN SCHOOLREIMB
240.00
STAINLESS PLUS INC SUPP
615.00
STAR EQUIPMENT, LTD SUPP 1,242.00
STETSON BUILDING PRODUCTS INC
SUPP
260.14
STIVERS FORD, INC VEH
25,196.00
STRAND CORPORATION INC
CONT
96,460.86
SUPERIOR WELDING SUPPLY COSUPP
264.42
TANDEM GRAPHICS, INC.
SERV
1,365.00
TANGEN, DOMINIC SERV
150.00
TEXON TOWEL AND SUPPLY
SUPP
79.15
THE SCOOP FEED & SUPPLY
SUPP
67.73
THELMA'S LLC SUPP
154.80
THOMPSON SHOES SUPP
300.00
THOMPSON TIRE & RETREAD, INC
PARTS
1,454.52
THOMPSON TRUCK & TRAILER INC
SERV
518.00
TRAFFIC SIGNAL, INC. PARTS 4,536.63
TRANE U.S. INC REPR
1,758.51
TRAVELERS SERV
7,723.00
TRELOAR, PAT REIMB
107.15
TRITECH SOFTWARE SYSTEMS
SERV
29,750.00
TURFWERKS PARTS
55.22
UBBEN BUILDING SUPPLIES, INC.
SUPP
239.04
ULTIMATE SAFETY CONCEPTS, INC
SUPP
530.92
UNITED PARCEL SERVICE SERV 24.18
US CELLULAR SERV
12.60
UTILITY EQUIPMENT COMPANY
SUPP
333.87
VA MEDICAL CENTER RFND
618.40
VAN DOREN'S CUSTOM FRAMING
SERV
194.75
VAN METER INDUSTRIAL, INC.
SUPP
4,165.77
VAN PARTS
180.59
VARSITY CLEANERS INC SERV 26.04
VERIZON WIRELESS SERV
206.80
VERMEER SALES SUPP
10,602.08
VGM GROUP, INC. SERV
4,018.16
VIETH CONSTRUCTION COMPANY
REPR
21,280.00
VISA MISC/TRVL
3,120.79

VOLAIRE AVIATION INC SERV12,000.00
WATERFALLS CAR WASH SERV 12.95
WATERLOO COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT PARTS
1,872.85
WATERLOO CONVENTION & VISITOR'S
BUREAU HTL-MTL
140,648.83
WATERLOO TENT AND TARP, INC
REPR
1,990.00
WATERLOO WATER WORKS
SERV
14,466.92
WAYNE CLAASSEN ENGINEERING &
SURVEYING CONT
14,800.00
WEBER PAPER COMPANY
SUPP
120.90
WELLMARK BLUE CROSS & BLUE
SHEILD CLAIMS
138,244.98
WERTJES UNIFORMS SUPP
49.90
WEST PUBLISHING PAYMENT CTR
SERV
916.48
WILLARD, BLAKE SERV
150.00
WILSON CUSTOM TREE SERV 8,039.82
WITMER PUBLIC SAFETY GROUP, INC
SUPP
1,373.05
XEROX FINANCIAL SERVICES
LEASE
126.35
ZAPUTIL, AUSTIN SERV
150.00
ZIEGLER INC RNTL
450.00
ZOLL MEDICAL CORPORATION
MAINT
1,785.00
KIMBERLY CARTER RFND
57.00
JEANINE DAWSON RFND
45.00
SARAH HANIUK RFND
279.00
DONALD HEATH RFND
1,134.00
LORI HEIMBUSH RFND
74.00
JESSICA MAST RFND
20.00
JENNA PLATE RFND
37.00
BRIAN SCHIRM RFND
96.00
LISA STEEN RNTL
175.00
THE RAWLINGS COMPANY
RFND
1,346.46
TRINITY EPISCOPAL RFND
3,022.86
UNITED HEALTHCARE COMM PLAN
RFND
109.13
WORKERS COMPENSATION 26,502.60
HOUSING AUTHORITY
1,507.49
HOUSING AUTHORITY
373,479.82
PAYROLL
1,731,323.02
METRO DUES
2,732.92
Total Expenditures
$5,218,658.24
Total Receipts
2,052,373.10
PASSED AND ADOPTED THIS 24TH DAY
OF JUNE, 2019.
Quentin Hart, Mayor
ATTEST: Kelley Felchle, City Clerk

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CLASSIFIEDS

room for negotiating bargaining contracts.
Lance Dunn, Human Resources Director,
explained that there is no bargaining for
this particular item, since it addresses
non-bargaining employees. He further
explained that the intent was to eliminate
wage compression and since most bargaining employees received at least a 2.5
percent increase, if the non-bargaining
employees do not receive the same increase, it can create a wage compression issue.
Mr. Schmitt commented that the changes
at the state level for bargaining employees hasn’t really changed anything at this
point and he would like to see job reviews
and other ways to be more efficient and
control spending. He further commented
that he is disappointed that the city is
dipping into ATE revenue.
Lance Dunn explained that council would
be receiving a proposed salary schedule
and performance appraisals.
Mr. Morrissey commented that last year,
the proposed salary increase for nonbargaining employees was reduced
from 2.5% and created compression issues. Now that the bargaining contracts
are approved the bargaining employees
need to receive the recommended pay
increase.
Mrs. Juon commented that the city has
great non-bargaining staff and wants to
treat them equitably to the union.
Mrs. Klein commented on the imbalance
that has happened over time in the government union contract process and that
the action of state legislature was to help
correct that.
Mayor Hart commented that the change
at the state level separated public safety
union employees from the rest of the
bargaining employees. He stated that
this created gaps in departments among
employees.
Mr. Morrissey commented that bargaining was delayed due to not having a full
council.
Resolution adopted and upon approval
by Mayor assigned No. 2019-484.
146462 -Juon/Feuss
that “Resolution approving partial release
of $241,049 in net revenue earned from
automated traffic enforcement cameras
to be used in the FYE2020 budget”, be
adopted. Roll call vote-Ayes: Six. Nays:
One (Schmitt). Motion carried.
David Dryer, 3145 W. 4th Street, commented on the city’s use of funds and
that if these monies are going to be
used for staffing, that should have been
planned for in the budgeting process.
Michelle Weidner, Chief Financial Officer,
explained that it was requested to place
this item on the agenda to fund a gap in
the budget and approve staffing that was
already approved.
Forrest Dillavou, 1715 Huntington Road,
explained that he does not believe that
the funds should be used to cover a gap
in the budget and should be used for tax
relief.
Todd Obadal, 124 Amity Drive, questioned if the budget shortfall is for
FY2019 or FY2020 and if FY2020, does it
need to be done right now or could the
action take place in FY2020 with further
discussion of the purpose of the camera
revenue.
Michelle Weidner confirmed the funds
are for FY2020 and explained the reason
it is on the agenda at this time.
Mrs. Klein commented that she is disappointed that the city is dipping into the
funds but does not want to see layoffs
and other repercussion that may follow
if the request is not approved, and will
therefore support it.
Mr. Feuss commented that he hopes that
the proposed amount is the high point
and that departments will be looking for
cost savings to help control costs.
Mr. Jacobs commented that it is difficult
when setting a budget that you do not
know where the contracts will settle and
there were increases in health insurance.
He explained that the city has to react to
unforeseen changes.
Resolution adopted and upon approval
by Mayor assigned No. 2019-485.
146463 -Juon/Feuss
that “Resolution approving renewal of
general, automobile, public official’s errors & omissions, law enforcement and
employment practices liability coverage
with Travelers Insurance; excess liability
coverage with Allied World; umbrella liability coverage with Brit, and property
insurance coverage with Chubb, for a
total premium of $1,680,461, with recommendation of approval from the Insurance Committee”, be adopted. Roll call
vote-Ayes: Seven. Motion carried.
Resolution adopted and upon approval
by Mayor assigned No. 2019-486.
146464 -Schmitt/Amos
that “Resolution approving an agreement between the Waterloo Regional
Airport and Livingston Aviation, Inc., for
a five (5) year Non-Signatory Air CargoOnly Aircraft Landing Fee Agreement, for
the period July 1, 2019 through June 30,
2024, and authorize the Mayor and City
Clerk to execute said document”, be adopted. Roll call vote-Ayes: Seven. Motion carried.
Resolution adopted and upon approval
by Mayor assigned No. 2019-487.
146465 -Schmitt/Amos
that “Resolution approving Supplemental
Agreement No. 1 to a Lease Agreement
with the Federal Aviation Administration,
extending the term to lease the general
office and storage space located in the
Airline Passenger Terminal Building, effective July 1, 2019 through June 30,
2020, and authorize the Mayor to execute
said document”, be adopted. Roll call
vote-Ayes: Seven. Motion carried.
Resolution adopted and upon approval
by Mayor assigned No. 2019-488.
146466 -Schmitt/Amos
that “Resolution approving an Acquisition Contract with Cedar Valley Tech
Works, Inc., in the amount of $1.00, to
acquire 2,725 square feet of right-ofway and 582 square feet of temporary
easement for the Jefferson Street and
Commercial Street Streetscape Improvements Project, located on Lot 4 and Tract
G of TechWorks Addition, between Westfield Avenue and Commercial Street,
and authorize the Mayor to execute said
documents”, be adopted. Roll call voteAyes: Seven. Motion carried.
Resolution adopted and upon approval
by Mayor assigned No. 2019-489.
146467 -Morrissey/Amos
that “Resolution approving an Acquisition Contract with Metropolitan Transit
Authority, in the amount of $4,970.80,
to acquire 1,140 square feet of right-ofway and 1,027 square feet of temporary
easement for the Jefferson Street and
Commercial Street Streetscape Improvements Project, located on Lot 28 of Auditor's Falls Avenue and Mullan Avenue
Plat, between Westfield Avenue and W.
Mullan Avenue, and authorize the Mayor
to execute said documents”, be adopted.
Roll call vote-Ayes: Seven. Motion carried.
Resolution adopted and upon approval
by Mayor assigned No. 2019-490.
146468 -Morrissey/Amos
that “Resolution approving the payment
to Grow Cedar Valley (formerly Greater
Cedar Valley Alliance) in the amount of
$60,750, and authorize the Mayor and
City Clerk to execute said document”,
be adopted. Roll call vote-Ayes: Seven.
Motion carried.
Resolution adopted and upon approval
by Mayor assigned No. 2019-491.
146469 -Morrissey/Amos
that “Resolution approving an Amendment to a Development Agreement between CJE Properties, Green Development, and the City of Waterloo, Iowa,
changing the completion date of homes
to be renovated, and deeding back a lot
to the City of Waterloo that was not used
for new construction, and authorize the
Mayor and City Clerk to execute said
documents”, be adopted. Roll call voteAyes: Seven. Motion carried.
Noel Anderson provided an overview of
the item.
Resolution adopted and upon approval
by Mayor assigned No. 2019-492.
146470 -Klein/Amos
that “Resolution approving an Early Access Agreement with Professional Lawn
Care, LLC, of Waterloo, Iowa, to allow
earth-moving activities in preparation of
development of the site north of 3488
Wagner Road, and authorize the Mayor
and City Clerk to execute said document”, be adopted. Roll call vote-Ayes:
Seven. Motion carried.
David Dryer, 3145 W. 4th Street, commented that he believes that early access
agreements seem to have a poor track
record and questioned the city continuing to enter into them.
Resolution adopted and upon approval
by Mayor assigned No. 2019-493.
146471 -Klein/Amos
that “Resolution approving an Affidavit for release of property sale for an
approved project in the Development
Agreement with Residential Development Partners, LLC, and authorize the
Community Planning and Development
Director to execute said document”, be
adopted. Roll call vote-Ayes: Seven.
Motion carried.
Resolution adopted and upon approval
by Mayor assigned No. 2019-494.
146472 -Klein/Amos
that “Resolution approving Amendment
No. 1 to the Professional Services Agreement with Ritland+Kuiper Landscape Ar-

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know

$11,951.12 East Waterloo Unified - Logan
Historical Survey
Capital Projects Fund
Tax increment Financing Fund
$18,046.10
East Waterloo
Unified - Logan Via Rail Rail Yard Public
Safety Improvements
Capital Improvements Fund
Tax Increment Financing Fund
$1,000,210.00
East
Waterloo Unified - Logan North Crossing
property acquisition
Capital Projects Fund
Tax Increment Financing Fund
$5,560.77 East Waterloo Unified - Logan
property acquisition
Capital Projects Fund
Tax Increment Financing fund
$50,000.00 East Waterloo Unified - Logan
consulting services
Capital Projects Fund
Tax Increment Financing Fund
$150,000.00
East
Waterloo Unified - Logan All-In Grocers
development incentive payment
Capital Projects Fund
Tax Increment Financing Fund
$2,289.70 East Waterloo Unified - Logan
administrative expenses
Capital Projects Fund
Tax Increment Financing Fund
$630.67 Downtown Single Speed project
Capital Projects Fund
Tax Increment Financing Fund
$150,000.00Downtown Cedar Valley Real
Estate development incentive payment
Resolution adopted and upon approval
by Mayor assigned No. 2019-472.
9.Resolution approving the use of Downtown Urban Renewal Area Tax Increment
Financing funds in an amount not to exceed $78,000 for the year ending June
30, 2019 to finance administrative expenses and the contract with Main Street
Waterloo.
Resolution adopted and upon approval
by Mayor assigned No. 2019-473.
10.Resolution approving the use of East
Waterloo Unified (Logan Area) Urban
Renewal Area Tax Increment Financing funds in an amount not to exceed
$15,000 for the year ending June 30, 2019
to finance administrative expenses.
Resolution adopted and upon approval
by Mayor assigned No. 2019-474.
11.Resolution approving the use of Martin Road Urban Renewal Area Tax Increment Financing funds in an amount not
to exceed $12,000 for the year ending
June 30, 2019 to finance administrative
expenses.
Resolution adopted and upon approval
by Mayor assigned No. 2019-475.
12.Resolution approving the use of
Northeast Industrial Site Urban Renewal
Area Tax Increment Financing funds in
an amount not to exceed $42,000 for the
year ending June 30, 2019 to finance administrative expenses and the contract
with Grow Cedar Valley (formerly the
Greater Cedar Valley Alliance).
Resolution adopted and upon approval
by Mayor assigned No. 2019-476.
13.Resolution approving the use of
Rath Urban Renewal Area Tax Increment Financing funds in an amount not
to exceed $12,000 for the year ending
June 30, 2019 to finance administrative
expenses.
Resolution adopted and upon approval
by Mayor assigned No. 2019-477.
14.
Resolution approving the use
of San Marnan Urban Renewal Area Tax
Increment Financing funds in an amount
not to exceed $35,000 for the year ending
June 30, 2019 to finance administrative
expenses and the contract with Grow
Cedar Valley (formerly the Greater Cedar
Valley Alliance).
Resolution adopted and upon approval
by Mayor assigned No. 2019-478.
15.Resolution approving the use of East
Waterloo Unified (Midport) Urban Renewal Area Tax Increment Financing funds
in an amount not to exceed $59,000 for
the year ending June 30, 2019 to finance
administrative expenses and the contract
with Grow Cedar Valley (formerly the
Greater Cedar Valley Alliance).
Resolution adopted and upon approval
by Mayor assigned No. 2019-479.
16.Resolution setting date of public hearing as July 15, 2019, to authorize the sale
and conveyance of property located east
of 1994 Newell Street, to OFI Properties,
LLC, (Con-Trol), in the amount of $1.00,
and to approve a Development Agreement with grant funds and tax rebates,
and Minimum Assessment Agreement,
for the development of a 203,953 square
foot building, and instruct City Clerk to
publish said notice.
Resolution adopted and upon approval
by Mayor assigned No. 2019-480.
17.Resolution setting date of public hearing as July 8, 2019 to approve the request
by DGOGWaterlooia10032018 LLC (Dollar General) of West Plains, Missouri,
for a Site Plan Amendment to the "C-P"
Planned Commercial District to allow for
the construction of a 9,100 square foot
Dollar General retail store located northeast of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive
and Idaho Street Intersection, instructing the City Clerk to publish notice, and
rescinding Ordinance No. 5496 in its entirety.
Resolution adopted and upon approval
by Mayor assigned No. 2019-481.
18.Resolution setting date of public hearing as July 8, 2019 to approve the request
by DGOGWaterlooia10032018, LLC, (Dollar General) of West Plains, Missouri, to
vacate 1.47 acres of City right-of-way
located northeast of the Martin Luther
King, Jr. Drive and Idaho Street Intersection, instructing the City Clerk to publish
notice, and rescinding Ordinance No.
5497 in its entirety.
Resolution adopted and upon approval
by Mayor assigned No. 2019-482.
b.Motion to approve the following:
1.Travel Requests
Name & Title of PersonnelClass/Meeting
Destination
Date(s)
Amount not to Exceed
a.Lt. Bose and Sgt. Richter
S W AT
Command Decision Making and Leadership I School
Ames, IA
July 22-26, 2019
$2,375
b.Lt. Duncan
Advanced Polygraph
School
Cape Coral, FL
July 21-27, 2019
$2,915
c.Airport Maintenance/ARFF Staff
Airport Wildlife Training
Waterloo Regional Airport
July 12,
2019
$500
2.Approved Beer, Liquor, and Wine Applications
Name & Address of Business
Class
New or Renewal
Expiration
Date
Includes Sunday
a.The American Legion, 728 Commercial
Street
C Liquor w/Outdoor Service
Renewal
6/14/2020
x
b. Benevolent & Protective Order of Elks
#290, 407 E. Park Avenue
C Liquor w/Outdoor Service and Catering
Renewal
6/30/2020
x
c.Black Hawk Tennis Club, 1005 Black
Hawk Road
B Beer w/Outdoor Service
Renewal
5/31/2020
x
d.Dollar General Store #7136, 66 E. Tower
Park Drive
B Wine / C Beer
Renewal
2/29/2020
x
e.Metro Fuel #4, 2332 Falls Avenue
C Beer / E Liquor
Renewal
6/30/2020
x
f. Old Skool Lounge, 120 Sumner Street
C Liquor w/Outdoor Service
Renewal
7/5/2020
x
g.Yesway Store #10022, 1976 Franklin
Street
C Beer / E Liquor
Renewal
7/12/2020
x
3. Mayor Hart’s recommendation of the
following appointments:
Appointee
Board/Commission
Expiration Date
New or
Re-Appointment
Rosalyn Middleton MET Transit Board
June 30, 2022
Re-Appointment
Arlene Humble
Airport Board
June 30, 2022
Re-Appointment
Motion approving Cigarette/Tobacco
Permit renewal applications as listed in
Exhibit A.
Bonds.
Roll call vote-Ayes: Seven. Motion carried.
146460 -Schmitt/Feuss
Resolution approving use of East Waterloo Unified Urban Renewal Area Tax
Increment Financing funds, in an amount
not to exceed $500,000, for an economic
development grant to Central Property
Holdings, LLC to develop a grocery store
located in the Logan area. Roll call voteAyes: Six. Abstain: One (Jacobs due to
business reasons). Motion carried.
Mr. Schmitt commented that he received
several questions over the weekend
about the project and requested an overview.
Michelle Weidner, Chief Financial Officer,
explained that this action is formalizing
the funding mechanism that council approved several months ago and instead
of using the general fund or bond money,
the project will be funded through TIF.
Resolution adopted and upon approval
by Mayor assigned No. 2019-483.
RESOLUTIONS
146461 -Juon/Feuss
that “Resolution approving a 2.5 percent
salary increase for non-bargaining employees, effective July 1, 2019”, be adopted. Roll call vote-Ayes: Six. Nays:
One (Schmitt). Motion carried.
Mr. Schmitt questioned who was in the

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June 24, 2019
The Council of the City of Waterloo,
Iowa, met in Regular Session at Harold
E. Getty Council Chambers, Waterloo,
Iowa, at 5:30 p.m., on Monday, June 24,
2019. Mayor Quentin Hart in the Chair.
Roll Call: Jacobs, Morrissey, Feuss, Klein,
Amos, Schmitt, and Juon. Prayer or Moment of Silence. Pledge of Allegiance:
146456 -Juon/Schmitt
that the Agenda, as proposed, for the
Regular Session on Monday, June 24,
2019 at 5:30 p.m., be accepted and approved. Voice vote-Ayes: Seven. Motion
carried.
146457 -Juon/Schmitt
that the Minutes, as proposed, for the
Regular Session on Monday, June 17, at
5:30 p.m., be accepted and approved.
Voice vote-Ayes: Seven. Motion carried.
ORAL PRESENTATIONS
David Dryer, 3145 W. 4th Street, requested an update on All in Grocers, the lawsuit with LK Waterloo, and commented
that he has concerns that the city is selling older vehicles with low mileage.
Todd Obadal, 124 Amity Drive, commented that he submitted a public records
request for all communications required
by the consent decree but did not receive
anything indicating the EPA was notified
and does not believe he received everything he should have.
Mr. Morrissey commented that he is hoping there will be another work session on
truck embargos and rules of procedure.
He shared that he was sad to see that
Steve Mager passed away. Mr. Mager
was a positive influence in Waterloo.
146458 -Juon/Schmitt
that the above oral comments be received and placed on file. Voice voteAyes: Seven. Motion carried.
CONSENT AGENDA
146459 -Juon/Schmitt
that the following items on the consent
agenda be received, placed on file and
approved:
a. Resolutions to approve the following:
1.Resolution approving Finance Committee Invoice Summary Report, dated June
24, 2019 in the amount of $5,218,298.25 a
copy of which is on file in the City Clerk’s
office, together with recommendation of
approval of the Finance Committee.
Resolution adopted and upon approval
by Mayor assigned No. 2019-466.
2.Resolution approving request from
John Deere Waterloo Operations to hold
its annual 5K run on Saturday, August
24, 2019 from 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.,
starting and finishing at the John Deere
Tractor & Engine Museum, located at
500 Westfield Avenue, with barricades
at Westfield Avenue and W. Commercial
Street, Westfield Avenue and Fletcher
Avenue, River Road/W. Jefferson Street
and W. Commercial Street, and W. Jefferson Street and Westfield Avenue.
Resolution adopted and upon approval
by Mayor assigned No. 2019-467.
3.Resolution approving the use of East
Waterloo Unified Urban Renewal Area
Tax Increment Financing District funds,
in an amount not to exceed $61,000, for
property acquisitions in the MidPort area.
Resolution adopted and upon approval
by Mayor assigned No. 2019-468.
4.Resolution approving the use of East
Waterloo Unified Urban Renewal Area
Tax Increment Financing funds, in an
amount not to exceed $3,200, for rightof-way acquisitions and easements located in the East Waterloo Unified Urban
Renewal Tax Increment Financing District
in the Logan area.
Resolution adopted and upon approval
by Mayor assigned No. 2019-469.
5.Resolution approving the use of Northeast Industrial Site Urban Renewal Area
Tax Increment Financing District funds,
in an amount not to exceed $98,200,
for design services for Newell Street
improvements in the Northeast Industrial
Site area.
Resolution adopted and upon approval
by Mayor assigned No. 2019-470.
6.Resolution approving use of East Waterloo Unified Urban Renewal Area Tax
Increment Financing funds, in an amount
not to exceed $500,000, for an economic
development grant to Central Property
Holdings, LLC to develop a grocery store
located in the Logan area.
Resolution adopted and upon approval
by Mayor assigned No. 20197. Resolution approving the use of East
Waterloo Unified Urban Renewal Area
Tax Increment Financing District funds,
in an amount not to exceed $13,800, for
Airline Highway Sanitary Sewer design in
the MidPort area.
Resolution adopted and upon approval
by Mayor assigned No. 2019-471.
8.Resolution authorizing the fund transfers outlined below to comply with state
law:
TO
FROM
AMOUNT
PURPOSE
General Fund
Trust & Agency Fund
$5,679,796.08
Employee benefits
General Fund
Trust & Agency Fund
$634,150.80
Emergency levy
Debt Service Fund
Tax Increment
Financing Fund
$3,352,337.76
TIF share of General
Obligation principal and Interest
Debt Service Fund
Sewer Fund
$3,080,117.76 Sewer share of General
Obligation principal and interest
Debt Service Fund
Iowa Reinvestment District Fund
$129,504.11
Reimburse Debt Service Fund for reinvestment grant funds received planned
to be used to pay principal for 2017C
bond issue
General Fund
Tax Increment Financing Fund
$40,000.00 Reimburse General Fund for
services provided by Main Street
General Fund
Tax Increment Financing Fund
$109,370.16Reimburse General Fund for
administrative expenses provided for TIF
projects
General Fund
Tax Increment Financing Fund
$24,250.00 Reimburse General Fund for
services provided by the Greater Cedar
Valley Alliance
Capital Projects Fund
Tax Increment Financing Fund
$558,241.58 San Marnan Ansborough
Avenue improvements
Capital rojects Fund
Tax Increment Financing Fund
$890.99
San Marnan administrative
expenses
Capital Projects Fund
Tax Increment Financing Fund
$285,362.00
Northeast Site property
acquisitions
Capital Projects Fund
Tax Increment Financing Fund
$30,306.20 Northeast Site Newell Street
improvements
Capital Projects Fund
Tax Increment Financing Fund
$15,901.47
Northeast Site
land development expenses (surveying,
wetlands delineation)
Capital Projects Fund
Tax Increment Financing Fund
$98,333.50 Northeast Site sanitary sewer
construction
Capital Projects Fund
Tax Increment Financing fund
$109,755.55
Northeast Site grading
project
Capital Projects Fund
Tax Increment Financing Fund
$427.00
Northeast Site administrative
expenses
Capital Projects Fund
Tax Increment Financing Fund
$42,161.85 Martin Road sanitary sewer
easement acquisition
Capital Projects Fund
Tax Increment Financing Fund
$572,733.51 Martin Road sanitary sewer
and water main construction
Capital Projects Fund
Tax Increment Financing Fund
$30,000.00
Rath property acquisition
Capital Projects Fund
Tax Increment Financing Fund
$966.00 Rath administrative expenses
Capital Projects Fund
Tax Increment Financing Fund
$89,974.00
East Waterloo
Unified - MidPort property acquisitions
Capital Projects Fund
Tax Increment Financing Fund
$117,065.11
East
Waterloo Unified - MidPort Leversee area
development project
Capital Projects Fund
Tax Increment Financing Fund
$27,368.74
East Waterloo
Unified - MIdPort Wagner Road sanitary
sewer extension and grading
Capital Projects Fund
Tax Increment Financing Fund
$4,221.00East Waterloo Unified - MidPort
Airline Highway sanitary sewer extension
Capital Projects Fund
Tax Increment Financing Fund
$18,321.99
East Waterloo Unified - MidPort land development
expenses (surveying, platting and Letter
of Map Revisions)
Capital Projects Fund
Tax Increment Financing Fund
$10,185.00
East
Waterloo Unified - MidPort administrative
expenses
Capital Projects Fund
Tax Increment Financing Fund
$109,952.00
East Waterloo Unified
- Logan KWWL development consulting
expense
Capital Projects Fund
Tax increment Financing Fund

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