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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
AMENDMENT OF FY2018-2019 CITY BUDGET
Form 653.C1
The City Council of
Waterloo
in BLACK HAWK
County, Iowa
will meet at City Hall Council Chambers, 715 Mulberry Street, Waterloo
at
5:30 p.m.
on
4/22/2019
(hour)
(Date)
,for the purpose of amending the current budget of the city for the fiscal year ending June 30,

2019

(year)
by changing estimates of revenue and expenditure appropriations in the following programs for the reasons
given. Additional detail is available at the city clerk's office showing revenues and expenditures by fund type
and by activity.
Total Budget
as certified
or last amended

Current
Amendment

Total Budget
after Current
Amendment

Revenues & Other Financing Sources
Taxes Levied on Property
Less: Uncollected Property Taxes-Levy Year
Net Current Property Taxes
Delinquent Property Taxes
TIF Revenues
Other City Taxes
Licenses & Permits
Use of Money and Property
Intergovernmental
Charges for Services
Special Assessments
Miscellaneous
Other Financing Sources
Tranfers In
Total Revenues and Other Sources

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15

38,984,631
0
38,984,631
0
8,976,579
18,197,610
1,398,276
1,450,720
25,603,941
26,270,691
252,000
6,129,656
16,720,000
19,416,824
163,400,928

0
0
0
0
0
45,512
0
994
1,700,826
112,200
0
1,806,777
0
0
3,666,309

38,984,631
0
38,984,631
0
8,976,579
18,243,122
1,398,276
1,451,714
27,304,767
26,382,891
252,000
7,936,433
16,720,000
19,416,824
167,067,237

Expenditures & Other Financing Uses
Public Safety
Public Works
Health and Social Services
Culture and Recreation
Community and Economic Development
General Government
Debt Service
Capital Projects
Total Government Activities Expenditures

16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24

32,141,872
27,944,660
380,422
11,358,926
13,031,683
8,883,617
14,759,729
17,791,600
126,292,509

403,222
9,918,000
0
121,135
14,365
3,070,000
0
159,094
13,685,816

32,545,094
37,862,660
380,422
11,480,061
13,046,048
11,953,617
14,759,729
17,950,694
139,978,325

Business Type / Enterprises
Total Gov Activities & Business Expenditures

25
26

26,392,170
152,684,679

180,000
13,865,816

26,572,170
166,550,495

Transfers Out
Total Expenditures/Transfers Out
Excess Revenues & Other Sources Over
(Under) Expenditures/Transfers Out for Fiscal Year

27
28

19,416,824
172,101,503

0
13,865,816

19,416,824
185,967,319

29

-8,700,575

-10,199,507

-18,900,082

Beginning Fund Balance July 1
Ending Fund Balance June 30

30
31

102,832,440
94,131,865

0
-10,199,507

102,832,440
83,932,358

Explanation of increases or decreases in revenue estimates, appropriations, or available cash:
Record additional state and federal grant revenue and expense, as well as additional donation revenue and
expenses. Record the use of restricted health insurance reserves and insurance refunds to fund additional claims
expense and the use of designated liability insurance reserves to fund additional claims expense. Record additional
construction expense for University Avenue.
There will be no increase in tax levies to be paid in the current fiscal year named above. Any increase in
expenditures set out above will be met from the increased non-property tax revenues and cash balances not
budgeted or considered in this current budget. This will provide for a balanced budget.

Michelle Weidner, CPA
City Clerk/Finance Officer
Pursuant to Iowa Code Section 809.5,
the Black Hawk County Sheriff’s Office is
hereby providing notice to any and all potential owners of stolen property. Property currently in our possession is believed
to have been taken from auction sites
and possibly other locations throughout
Iowa, Nebraska, Minnesota, Illinois, and
possibly other states in the mid-west.
The Black Hawk County Sheriff’s Office,
as the seizing agency, has in its possession the following items__
014 ALUMA 12' TRAILER DROP DOWN
RAMP VIN removed
026 CRAFTSMAN INTEK TILLER
028 RED CART CONTAINING ACETYLENE TANK, OXYGEN TANK AND TORCH
030 SNAP-ON MIG WELDER 230 AMP
031 BOX CONTAINING 30 SNAP-ON
WRENCHES & 4 MAC TOOL SOCKETS
033 HI-LIFT DELUXE TRAILER JACK
034 HANDYMAN HARRAH TRAILER
JACK
035 18 FT TRAILER, black, no vin
042 MILWAUKEE GRINDER
043 DEWALT GRINDER
044 MILWAUKEE SANDER
045 MILWAUKEE GRINDER "K FALLIS"
046 1/2" MILWAUKEE DRILL "TP"
047 1/2" MILWAUKEE DRILL
048 1/2" MILWAUKEE DRILL
049 MILWAUKEE DRILL - MAGNUM
HOLE SHOOTER
050 METABO ANGLE GRINDER
051 SKIL SAW CIRCULAR SAW MODEL
5490
052 NH 1/4" DIE GRINDER
053 MAC TOOLS DIE GRINDER
054 MAC TOOLS AIR DIE GRINDER
MODEL AG60
055 SCHUMACHER FAST CHARGE BATTERY STARTER
056 Oregon Table Grinder
057 BOX WRENCHES - SIZES: 2 1/8",
2 1/4", 1 7/8", 38MM, 35MM, 41MM,
48MM, 50MM, 45MM, 2 3/8", 1 1/2"
058 PORTER CABLE ROUTER IN CASE
059 MILWAUKEE BAND SAW IN CASE
060 Drill Doctor 750 drill bit sharpener in
case
061 PORTER CABLE PLATE JOINER KIT
IN CASE
063 HITACHI BELT SANDER MODEL
SB8V2
064 MILWAUKEE SAWZALL
065 CHICAGO ELECTRIC VARIABLE
SPEED BAND SAW IN CASE
066 DEWALT MITER SAW
067 MILWAUKEE ORBITAL JIGSAW IN
CASE
068 MILWAUKEE CIRCULAR SAW IN
CASE
069 DEWALT CHOP SAW
070 GRAY STACK-ON TOOL BOX CONTAINING NAILS & SCREWS IN BOXES
071 DEWALT TABLE SAW MODEL
DW745
073 TOOL SHOP 5 GALLON AIR TANK
074 18V SNAP-ON 1/2" DRILL WITH 2
BATTERIES AND CHARGER
075MILWAUKEE 18V - 1/2" DRILL WITH
CHARGER AND BATTERY076MILWAUKEE 12V MULTI-TOOL WITH
2 BATTERIES
077 SNAP-ON SOCKET SET IN CASE
078 BLACK CRAFTSMAN TOOL BOX
CONTAINING MISC. TOOLS
079 Corona RED HANDLED TREE PRUNING SHEAR MODEL FL3420
080 WIZARD 12" CRESENT WRENCH
081 MAC TOOLS SIDE CUTTERS
082 BRANCH CLIPPER
083 IRWIN QUICK-GRIP CLAMP
084 VISE GRIP "ZAHN"
085 LARIN CLAMP
086 12" HOBART C CLAMP
087 LARIN 6" C CLAMP
088 BLUE IDEAL PIPE BENDER
089 IRWIN VISE GRIP CLAMP
090 GREEN HANDLED TREE TRIMMER
091 MILWAUKEE 18V DRILL WITH BATTERY
092 PLATE & HITCH RECEIVER
094 TOMAHAWK SKID LOADER BUCKET
095 DURACRAFT GRINDING WHEEL
096 IRON HORSE AIR COMPRESSOR,
SMALL GRAY IN COLOR model IHHD103L-AK
097RED TOTE CONTAINING 19 YELLOW
LIFTING SLINGS
098 ORANGE JACK STANDS
099 RED & BLACK INTERTHERM PORTABLE ELECTRIC HEATER, model CP004
100 GROUND HOG EARTH DRILL WITH
AUGER. "SPRA" model C-71-5
101LOWE AUGER ATTACHMENT WITH 2
AUGERS
102 RED HYDRAULIC BOTTLE JACK
103 IR AIR GUN model SR04K
104 RED & BLACK PRY BAR
105 VICTOR CUTSKILL ACETYLENE
HOSES & GAUGES
106 11 ASSORTED CERAMIC AND
GLASS POTS / JUGS
109 2 GREASE GUNS (1 RED, 1 BLACK)
110 GREEN TOTE WITH 18 RUBBER TIE
DOWN STRAPS
111 YELLOW BUCKET CONTAINING 89
VARIOUS BRAND SANDING / GRINDING
WHEELS
112 2 DEWALT A24R METAL CUTTING
WHEELS
123 DRILL PRESS
124 WAGNER POWER PAINTER
125 GREEN WELDER MASK
126 OXY-ACETYLENE TWIN HOSES

127 CAL HAWK 1/2" DRIVE AIR IMPACT
WRENCH
128 DELUXE DUAL ACTION SANDER
129 AIR GRINDER
130 S456 GEAR PULLER
131 ANTIQUE MEAT GRINDER
132BLUE TOOL CART W/ MISC TOOLS &
6 WHEELS
134 SMITTY BUILT TO STRAP KIT IN
BLACK BAG
135 DYNA 610 120,000 BTU HEATER
136 REDDY HEATER PRO 150 150,000
BTU HEATER
137 WACO MASONARY SCAFFOLDING
138 BLUE & WHITE STRUT COMPRESSOR
144 GENERAC POWER PRESSURE
WASHER
145 GREEN 2 WHEEL DOLLY CART
146MILWAUKEE 2 WHEEL DOLLY HAND
CART
147 GRAY PORTOMATIC AIR LIFT
148 ATD TOOL 7430 TELESCOPIC
TRANSMISSION JACK
149 RED TRANSMISSION STAND
150 RBW INDUSTRIES LR1000 CROSSBAR HITCH MOUNT BRACKET ASSEMBLY
153 CLARKE 14" CUT OFF SAW
154 BLACK TRUPER WHEEL BARROW
1565 YELLOW COOPER SHOP LIGHTS 2
W/ STANDS
157 1955 CHEVY BEL AIR HOOD ORNAMENT P-37-09686-C-2
158 3 CROWBARS
159 FLOOR JACK
160 2 CUTTING TORCH CARTS
161 CRAFTSMAN PUSH MOWER
162 TANK CART
163 PORTER CABLE M-C6110 25 GAL
AIR COMPRESSOR
164CAT M-CJ3000 PORTABLE BATTERY
CHARGER
1696 WRENCHES: 1-3/4, 1-1/2, 2, 1-5/8,
1-7/8, 1-3/8
170 YARD MACHINES 31 CC TILLER
171 4 BOXES OF IH TRACTOR PARTS
FROM WAVERLY TITAN MACHINERY
172 ORANGE FLOOR JACK
173 MILWAUKEE SAWZALL IN CASE
174 HITACHI DV20VB2 HAMMER DRILL
IN CASE DV20VB2
175 SNAP ON MT2261 TIMING LIGHT IN
CASE MT2261
176 CAMPBELL HAUSFELD BRAD NAILER IN CASE
177 2 LARIN JACK STANDS
178 PORTER CABLE ROUTER
179 DREMEL TOOL MODEL 300
180 CENTRAL MACHINERY COMBINATIN SANDER
181 HD TIRE CHANGER
183 SNAP ON GA3645 STAY FIRM DIAL
KIT IN CASE
184 WAEKON INDUSTRIES INC CSA-01
COOLING SYSTEM ANALYZER
185FORD EEC IV SYSTEM ELECTRONIC
CONTROL ASSEMBLY BREAKOUT BOX
"CHUCKS AUTO"
186 POWER STEERING PUMP PULLEY
IN CASE "CHUCKS AUTO CENTER"
187 SNAP ON GA3645 STAY FIRM DIAL
KIT
188 OIL FILTER SOCKET SET IN CASE
189 MAC TOOLS AC134AP HALOGEN
LEAK DETECTOR IN CASE
190 MASTERCOOL INC 71475 UNIVERSAL HYDRAULIC FLARING TOOL SET
IN CASE
191 RADIATOR TESTER KIT IN BLACK
CASE
192 TCI AUTOMOTIVE FORD C6 FULL
MANUAL REVERSE VALVE BODY
194 3 STENS LAWN MOWER BLADES
195 GRUNDIC ELECTRONICS AIR BAG
TESTER
196 MAC TOOLS CT900D DIESEL COMPRESSION TESTER SET
197 C CLAMP
198 BLACK MAX GENERATOR WITH
HONDA MOTOR
199 ANTIQUE WATER PUMP
201 POULAN WILD THING CHAIN SAW
200 MCCULLOCH 42CC CHAIN SAW
202 BLACK BULL 20 GAL ABRASIVE
BLASTER
203 ADJUSTABLE STEP STOOL
204 TORIN BLACK JACK ROLLING
STOOL
205 3 ORANGE JACK STANDS
206 2 SETS OF ALUMINUM RAMPS
207 MILWAUKEE DRILL PRESS
208 CRAFTSMAN SNOW BLOWER
209 MILWAUKEE DRILL PRESS
210 CLARKE BT1029 DRILL PRESS
211 2 TON CHERRY PICKER
212 RED SNAP ON TOOL BOX W/ CONTENTS
213 ECHO TRIMMER
214 3 SAF-T-LOK KINEDYNE LOAD
BARS
215 6 THRIF-T-LOK LOAD BARS
216 4 UNKNOWN BRAND LOAD BARS
217 MILWAUKEE SAW IN CASE
218 MASTER FORCE DRILL IN CASE
219 MCPHERSON STRUT COIL SPRING
TOOL IN METAL CASE
228 WAGNER 9150 TWIN STROKE POWER PAINTER W/ HOSE AND SPRAYER
229 AUTEL MAXI DAS SCANNER IN
CASE
232 15 COPPER POTS & KETTLES, 3
COPPER LADELS
248 HIGH COUNTRY VIBRA FLEX ARMOR BOW & 16 ARROWS IN CASE
252 REMINGTON REALTREE CAMO
BAG W/ DEER CALLS & MISC HUNTING

ITEMS
253 ANTIQUE WOODEN BUCKET W/
HANDLE FOR CHURNING
259 COLEMAN 12X12 CANOPY IN BAG
260 TAYLORMADE GOLF BAG AND
CLUBS & PULL CART
261 OZARK TRAIL TENT IN BAG
262 COLEMAN TENT IN BAG
263SNAP ON ET1480 VARIABLE SPEED
POLISHER
267 ANTIQUE CAST IRON MAILBOX
268 WOODEN BOX W/ DEER PRINT
CONTAINING MISC AMMUNITION
269 PLANO SHOTGUN SHELL CASE W/
17 12 GAUGE SLUGS
270 5 STEEL RACKS W/ ROLLERS
278 2 ANTIQUE OIL LAMPS
279 MILWAUKEE CIRCULAR / CHOP
SAW
280 BLACK TABLE SAW W/ STAND
281 RED JACK
282 GOLD LEVEL
283 LOG CHAIN & HITCH
284 ORANGE ELECTRIC K3000 WET
CONCRETE QUICK SAW
288 XTREME GARAGE HARDWOOD
DOLLY
291 STEEL MILK CANS
292 WASH TUBS
293 BOOT STREATCHER
294 OLD DOLL STROLLERS
295 ANTIQUE BOUNCY SEAT
296 WATERING CANS
297 CHICKEN FEEDER
298 GAS CAN
299 TOY WAGON
300 STOOLS
301 IMPROVED LAKESIDE CLIPPER
302 ANTIQUE DRILL PRESS
303 CORN TESTER NATIONAL MANUFACTURING CO
304 2 SCYTHES, 1 HANDL
305 LIGHT BLUE BICYCLE
306 BLUE & SILVER BICYCLE, JC HIGGINS
307 BLUE BICYCLE WITH BASKET,
WESTERN FLYE
308 SHERWOOD FLYER RED BICYCLE
309 PUSH CULTIVATOR
310 WHEEK ACRE DISTANCE MEASURE
311 STEEL WASH TUB BASES
312 RUG BEATER
313 ANTIQUE CHEST WITH MISC CONTENTS
314 AMERICAN FAMILY SCALE, 25 LB
TOP TRAY DIAL SCALE
315 CONCRETE BULL FLOAT WITH 3
HANDLES
316 3 POINT QUICK ATTACH, JOHN
DEERE
318ASSORTED WASH TUBS, 2 ROUND 3
SQUARE MISC CONTENTS
319 30 GREEN WHITE TOP STEEEL
FENCE POSTS
320 16 OLD STEEL FENCE POSTS
324 14 FT BLK TRAILER WITH RAMPS,
LIC\ 9486DM TANDAM AXLE NO VIN
FOUND
325 RED FARM DISC ON WHEELS
326 ALUMINUM 24 FT EXT LADDER
327 16 FT EXT LADDER ALUMINUM
LOUISVILLE
328 STRING TRIMMER, SUPERIOR LUMBER IN CHARLES CITY STICKER 641228-7077 FS90R
329SAW BLADE TRIMMER FS90R STIHL
330 CURTIS CHALLENGE AIR COMPRESSOR 3 CYLINDER MISSING
LABEL,,CURTIS-TOLEDO
PUMP
S#6095737 M# E-50
331 4 CHROME RIMS, DEEP WELL
332 4 CHROME RIMS MEDIUM WIDE
333 ASSORTED IMPLEMENT RIMS
334 WHITE IMPLEMENT RIMS
335 OLD SNOW TIRES ON RIMS
336 OLD JEEP TIRE ON RIM
337 7 ASSORTED IMPLEMENT TIRES ON
RIMS 4 WHITE RIMS 3 YELLOW RIMS
339 2 ANTIQUE METAL SIGNS (EXIT &
ENTRANCE)
340 ASSORTMENT OF 20 COLLECTIBLE
DIE CAST CARS, TRUCKS, & BUSES IN
BLACK TOTE
343 45 LARGE LIMESTONE LANDSCAPE
BLOCKS
344 SMALL PALLET ASSORT SIZE
SMALL LIMESTONE
LANDSCAPE
BLOCKS
345 SMALL PALLET RED PAVER BRICKS
346 55 CEMENT LANDSCAPE BLOCK
347 30 CEMENT LANDSCAPE BLOCK
CAPS
All persons who believe to have a possessory right to any property shall contact Sgt. Steve Petersen at 319-291-2587
ext 5123 or spetersen@bhcso.org.
CITY HALL
CEDAR FALLS, IOWA, APRIL 1, 2019
REGULAR MEETING, CITY COUNCIL
MAYOR JAMES P. BROWN PRESIDING
The City Council of the City of Cedar
Falls, Iowa, met in Regular Session, pursuant to law, the rules of said Council and
prior notice given each member thereof,
in the City Hall at Cedar Falls, Iowa, at
7:00 P.M. on the above date. Members
present: Miller, deBuhr, Kruse, Blanford,
Darrah, Wieland, Green. Absent: None.
52253 -It was moved by Green and seconded by Darrah that the minutes of the
Regular Meeting of March 18, 2019 be
approved as presented and ordered of
record. Motion carried unanimously.
Mayor Brown read a proclamation declaring April 7th-13th, 2019 as Crime Victims’ Rights Week. Glenda Husome with

the Family and Children’s Council spoke
briefly and introduced Rosario with Riverview Center and Laura with the Department of Corrections.
The Mayor then read a proclamation
declaring April 28th-May 5th, 2019 as
Days of Remembrance, and University of
Northern Iowa Director of the Center for
Holocaust and Genocide Education Stephen Gaies commented and invited everyone to the Holocaust Remembrance
Ceremony on April 23, 2019 at 7:00 P.M.
at the Grout Museum District.
Mayor Brown recognized University of
Northern Iowa student Drew Foster as a
2019 National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) wrestling champion.
52254 - City Clerk Danielsen announced
that Item 28 was being removed from the
Resolution Calendar.
52255 -Mayor Brown announced that
in accordance with the public notice of
March 22, 2019, this was the time and
place for a public hearing on the proposed plans, specifications, form of contract & estimate of cost for the 2019 Permeable Alley Project. It was then moved
by deBuhr and seconded by Darrah that
the proof of publication of notice of hearing be received and placed on file. Motion carried unanimously.
52256 -The Mayor then asked if there
were any written communications filed
to the proposed plans, etc. Upon being advised that there were no written
communications on file, the Mayor then
called for oral comments. Principal Engineer Schrage commented briefly about
the project. Jim Skaine, 2215 Clay Street,
spoke opposed to the program. There
being no one else present wishing to
speak about the proposed plans, etc.,
the Mayor declared the hearing closed
and passed to the next order of business.
52257 -It was moved by Blanford and
seconded by Miller that Resolution
#21,469, approving and adopting the
plans, specifications, form of contract
& estimate of cost for the 2019 Permeable Alley Project, be adopted. Following
questions by Councilmembers Green,
deBuhr and Wieland, and responses
by Community Development Director
Sheetz and Principal Engineer Schrage,
the Mayor put the question on the motion and upon call of the roll, the following named Councilmembers voted. Aye:
Miller, deBuhr, Kruse, Blanford, Darrah,
Wieland, Green. Nay: None. Motion carried. The Mayor then declared Resolution
#21,469 duly passed and adopted.
52258 -Mayor Brown announced that
in accordance with the public notice of
March 22, 2019, this was the time and
place for a public hearing on proposed
amendments to Section 26-181, CHN,
College Hill Neighborhood Overlay Zoning District, of Chapter 26, Zoning, of the
Code of Ordinances relative to certain
provisions in the College Hill Neighborhood Overlay Zoning District. It was then
moved by Wieland and seconded by Miller that the proof of publication of notice
of hearing be received and placed on file.
Motion carried unanimously.
52259 -The Mayor then asked if there
were any written communications filed
to the proposed amendments. Upon being advised that there were no written
communications on file, the Mayor then
called for oral comments. Community
Services Manager Howard provided a
brief summary of the process and recommendations. College Hill Partnership
Executive Director Kathryn Sogard spoke
in support of the amendments. There being no one else present wishing to speak
about the proposed amendments, the
Mayor declared the hearing closed and
passed to the next order of business.
52260 - It was moved by Wieland and
seconded by Darrah that Ordinance
#2939, amending Chapter 26, Zoning, of
the Code of Ordinances relative to the
College Hill Neighborhood (CHN) Overlay Zoning District, be passed upon its
first consideration. Following questions
by Councilmembers Wieland and Kruse,
and responses by Community Services
Manager Howard and Community Development Director Sheetz, it was moved by
Kruse and seconded by Green to amend
the motion to remove language within
26-181(5)(a)(6) that states “For mixed-use
buildings constructed prior to January 1,
2019, parking is not required for existing
dwelling units.” Following questions by
Councilmembers Blanford and Miller, and
responses by City Attorney Rogers and
Community Services Manager Sheetz,
the motion to amend failed 3-4 with
Councilmembers Miller, Blanford, Darrah
and Wieland voting nay.
It was then moved by Kruse and seconded by deBuhr to remove language
within 26-181(5)(a)(6) that states “In addition, for mixed-used and commercial
buildings constructed prior to January
1, 2019, parking is not required for upper
floor space that is converted to residential use.” Following questions by Councilmembers Kruse, deBuhr, Blanford, Miller
and Green, and responses by Community
Services Manager Howard, City Attorney
Rogers and College Hill Partnership Executive Director Kathryn Sogard, the
motion to amend failed 3-4 with Councilmembers Miller, Blanford, Darrah and
Wieland voting nay.
It was then moved by Kruse and seconded by Green to table the motion until the
College Hill parking study is completed.
Following comments by Councilmembers Green, Miller and Blanford, and
response by City Administrator Gaines,
the motion to table failed 3-4 with Councilmembers Miller, Blanford, Darrah and
Wieland voting nay.
The Mayor then put the question on the
original motion and upon call of the roll,
the following named Councilmembers
voted. Aye: Miller, deBuhr, Blanford, Darrah, Wieland. Nay: Kruse, Green. Motion
carried.
52261 -Following a brief explanation by
City Attorney Rogers and comments by
Councilmembers Blanford, deBuhr and
Wieland, it was moved by deBuhr and
seconded by Darrah that the rules requiring Ordinance #2937, adopting the
Code of Ordinances for the City of Cedar
Falls, to be considered at three separate
meetings be suspended. The Mayor put
the question on the motion and upon call
of the roll, the following named Councilmembers voted. Aye: Miller, deBuhr,
Kruse, Darrah, Wieland, Green. Nay:
Blanford. Motion carried.
It was then moved by Wieland and seconded by Miller that Ordinance #2937,
adopting the Code of Ordinances for the
City of Cedar Falls, be passed upon its
third and final consideration. The Mayor
put the question on the motion and upon
call of the roll, the following named Councilmembers voted. Aye: Miller, deBuhr,
Kruse, Blanford, Darrah, Wieland, Green.
Nay: None. Motion carried. The Mayor
then declared Ordinance #2937 duly
passed and adopted.
52262 - It was moved by deBuhr and seconded by Wieland that Ordinance #2938,
amending Section 29-107 of the Code of
Ordinances by removing property located at the southeast corner of West 12th
Street and Union Road from the A-1, Agricultural District, and placing the same in
the RP, Planned Residence District, be
passed upon its second consideration.
Following due consideration by the
Council, the Mayor put the question on
the motion and upon call of the roll, the
following named Councilmembers voted.
Aye: Miller, deBuhr, Kruse, Blanford, Darrah, Wieland, Green. Nay: None. Motion
carried.
52263 -Jeff Hansen, 806 Bluff Street, expressed concerns regarding snow levels
in alleys and debris on roadside in his
neighborhood.
It was moved by Wieland and seconded
by Green that the following items and
recommendations on the Consent Calendar be received, filed and approved:
Receive and file the resignation of Jayme
Renfro as a member of the Art & Culture
Board.
Receive and file communications from
the Civil Service Commission relative to
certified lists for the following positions:
a) Arborist.
b) Equipment Operator.
Receive and file Departmental Monthly
Reports of February 2019.
Approve the request for a temporary sign
on West 1st Street between the Rapp
Gas Station and the Little Red School
House for the Make-A-Wish Walk on April
24-27, 2019.
Approve a request for street closures for
the Downtown Show and Shine, May 5,
2019.
Approve the following applications for
liquor licenses:
a) Lark Brewing, Deringer’s Public Parlor & The Stuffed Olive, 314 Main Street,
Class C liquor & outdoor service - sidewalk café.
b) Luxe Nail Bar, 5907 University Avenue,
Class C liquor - new.
Motion carried unanimously.
52264 -It was moved by Darrah and
seconded by Miller to receive and file
the Committee of the Whole minutes
of March 18, 2019 relative to Pavement
Management and Bills & Payroll. Jim
Skaine, 2215 Clay Street, commented
and Councilmember Green raised point
of order. Following a question by Councilmember Miller and response by City
Attorney Rogers, the motion carried
unanimously.
52265 - It was moved by Darrah and
seconded by Blanford to endorse the

recommendations of the Library Board of
Trustees, the Art & Culture Board and the
Parks & Recreation Commission regarding use of the Berg and Ray Funds held
by the Cedar Falls Community Foundation for the benefit of the Cedar Falls
Public Library, the Hearst Center and the
Recreation Center.
Following a question by Rosemary
Beech, 5018 Sage Road, and response
by Finance & Business Operations Director Rodenbeck, the motion carried
unanimously.
52266 -It was moved by Miller and seconded by Green that the following resolutions be introduced and adopted:
Resolution #21,470, approving and accepting from the Municipal Electric and
Gas Utilities the permanent transfers of
$3,372,681.00 to the General Fund and
$30,000.00 to the Economic Development Fund of the City of Cedar Falls.
Resolution #21,471, approving and authorizing execution of an Easement
Agreement, in conjunction with a sidewalk café at 314 Main Street.
Resolution #21,472, approving the Gold
Star Family Memorial Monument site
plan concept and preliminary cost estimate, as recommended by the Parks &
Recreation Commission.
Resolution #21,473, approving and
adopting revised Bylaws for the Housing
Commission.
Resolution #21,474, approving a Claim
for Non-Residential Relocation Assistance Reimbursement, in conjunction
with the West 1st Street Reconstruction
Project.
Resolution #21,475, approving and accepting a Temporary Easement, in conjunction with the 2017 Levee/Floodwall
System Improvements Project.
Resolution #21,476, approving and authorizing execution of a License Agreement with Aureon Network Services
relative to installing a fiber optic telecommunications system in the Greenhill Road
public right-of-way.
Resolution #21,477, approving and authorizing execution of a Professional Service Agreement with Robinson Engineering Company relative to the Ace Place
Subwatershed Assessment Project.
Resolution #21,478, approving and authorizing execution of a Professional
Service Agreement with Terracon Consultants, Inc. relative to 2019 Construction
Testing Services.
Resolution #21,479, approving and accepting a Lien Notice and Special Promissory Note for property located at 925
West 15th Street relative to the Rental to
Single Family Owner Conversion Incentive Program.
Resolution #21,480, approving and accepting the low bids, and authorizing execution of two Rehabilitation Contracts
with Connerley Construction, Inc. relative
to Community Development Block Grant
(CDBG) housing rehabilitation projects.
Resolution #21,481, setting April 15, 2019
as the date of public hearing to consider
entering into a proposed Agreement for
Private Development and to consider
conveyance of certain city-owned real
estate to Zuidberg NA, L.L.C.
Following due consideration by the
Council, the Mayor put the question on
the motion and upon call of the roll, the
following named Councilmembers voted.
Aye: Miller, deBuhr, Kruse, Blanford, Darrah, Wieland, Green. Nay: None. Motion
carried. The Mayor then declared Resolutions #21,470 through #21,481 duly
passed and adopted.
52267 -It was moved by Darrah and seconded by Miller that Resolution #21,482,
approving and authorizing execution of
an Amended and Restated Developmental Procedures Agreement with James
Benda relative to property located in the
vicinity of University Avenue and McClain
Drive, be adopted. Following a question
by Councilmember Green and response
by Planner II Lehmann, the Mayor put
the question on the motion and upon call
of the roll, the following named Councilmembers voted. Aye: Miller, deBuhr,
Kruse, Blanford, Darrah, Wieland, Green.
Nay: None. Motion carried. The Mayor
then declared Resolution #21,482 duly
passed and adopted.
52268 - It was moved by Kruse and
seconded by Wieland that the bills and
payroll of April 1, 2019 be allowed as presented, and that the Controller/City Treasurer be authorized to issue City checks
in the proper amounts and on the proper
funds in payment of the same. Upon call
of the roll, the following named Councilmembers voted. Aye: Miller, deBuhr,
Kruse, Blanford, Darrah, Wieland, Green.
Nay: None. Motion carried.
52269 -It was moved by Green and seconded by Blanford to refer to the Committee of the Whole a request to amend
the consumer fireworks ban to allow a
limited-use window. Following comments
by Councilmembers Green, Blanford,
Kruse, Wieland and Darrah, the motion
failed 2-5 with Councilmembers Miller,
deBuhr, Kruse, Darrah and Wieland voting nay.
It was then moved by Darrah and seconded by Blanford to refer to a Work Session, Sustainability for the future of Cedar
Falls. Motion carried unanimously.
52270 -Mayor Brown announced a public
workshop for the ‘Downtown Visioning’
on April 2, 2019 from 6-8 P.M. at the Cedar Falls Community Center.
52271 -Eashaan Vajpei, 3831 Convair
Lane, expressed appreciation for the
process of three readings for ordinances
and expressed concerns with code language that could “grandfather in” a current illegal use, and City Attorney Rogers responded to a related question by
Councilmember Kruse.
Rosemary Beech, 5018 Sage Road,
requested a consistent speed limit on
South Main Street, improvements to the
parking area near the trailhead on South
Main Street, and expressed the need for
improved audio in the Council Chambers.
Community Services Director Sheetz responded about planned improvements to
the referenced parking area in the 2020
CIP.
Councilmember Wieland recognized the
University of Northern Iowa students in
attendance at the meeting.
Jim Skaine, 2215 Clay Street, commented on cost of the University Avenue
roundabouts.
52272 -It was moved by Wieland and
seconded by Kruse that the meeting be
adjourned at 8:35 P.M. Motion carried
unanimously.
Jacqueline Danielsen, MMC, City Clerk
BILLING & COLLECTING
CEDAR FALLS UTILITIE 3
16,100.01
BLACK HAWK COUNTY HE
BLACK HAWK CO.HEALTH 1 3,250.00
BROCHURES & PUBLICAT
HANSEN, AMANDA
1
1,388.73
BUILDING REPAIR
ECHO GROUP, INC. 2
166.86
O'DONNELL ACE HARDWA 4
57.22
PLUMB SUPPLY COMPANY 1
158.94
BUILDING SUPPLIES
MENARDS-CEDAR FALLS 1
388.70
TRACTOR SUPPLY CO. 1
34.75
BUILDINGS & GROUNDS
ARAMARK
4
227.62
CAFETERIA PLAN
ADVANTAGE ADMINISTRA 1 1,296.30
CEDAR FALLS BAND
CEDAR FALLS MUNICIPA 1
589.63
CEDAR VALLEY SOCCER
CEDAR VALLEY YOUTH 1
2,500.00
COMMUNITY AWARENESS
VOLUNTEER CENTER OF 1
20.00
COMMUNITY BETTERMENT
CEDAR FALLS WOMAN'S 1
580.00
COMMUNITY PROGRAMMIN
IOWA HIGH SCHOOL ATH 1
750.00
CONSOLIDATED DISPATC
BLACK HAWK CO.AUDITO 2 78,982.00
CONTRACT SERVICES
BSN SPORTS, INC. 1
90.00
DUNCAN SOLUTIONS, IN 1
2,911.03
DAM SAFETY IMPROVEME
RIVERWISE ENGINEERIN 1 16,246.50
DROP IN EQUIP & SUPP
ARAMARK
1
57.50
DRY RUN CREEK SAN SE
SNYDER & ASSOCIATES, 1
567.75
DUES, BOOKS, MAGAZIN
INTERNTL.ASSOC-ARSON 1
100.00
IOWA NAHRO
1
75.00
THOMSON REUTERS - WE 1
535.00
EDUCATION
EIDE BAILLY, LLP 2
49.50
IOWA COUNTIES INFO. 1
250.00
IOWA NAHRO
1
375.00
IOWA STATE UNIV-TREA 1
50.00
WATEROUS COMPANY 1
300.00
WHITE, ROGER
1
139.42
EMPLOYEE WELLNESS PR
CINTAS FIRST AID & S 1
22.63
PRAIRIE YOGI MASSAGE 1
300.00
ENDOWMENT SUPPORTED
MOMENT IN THYME
2
0.00
EQUIPMENT
DAN DEERY MOTOR
3
34,892.89
VAN METER, INC.
1
144.77
EQUIPMENT REPAIR
PROP SHOP OF CEDAR F
SANDRY FIRE SUPPLY, 1
299.00
EQUIPMENT REPAIRS
BEAL, MICHELE
1
275.00
CEDAR FALLS UTILITIE 1
112.94
INTOXIMETERS INC. 1
138.50
FACILITY RENTAL SUPP
SANITA KALBIC
1
125.00
FIBER OPTICS
CEDAR FALLS UTILITIE 1
3,320.00
FIRE WORKERS COMP
MCMC, LLC
1
206.08
GALLERY SUPPLIES
SIGNS & DESIGNS, INC 1
35.00

GAS & OIL
AIRGAS USA, LLC
2
386.11
HARTLAND FUEL PRODUC 2 35,162.15
NAPA AUTO PARTS
1
5,536.20
SAM ANNIS & CO. 1
44.88
GRANTS - CULTURAL SE
BARSIC, NANCY
1
4.90
CURTIS, CHARLENE 7
34.30
LYFTOGT, KENNETH 1
21.00
SAUNDERS, SAMANTHA A 1
52.50
HEADQUARTER SUPPLIES
GIBSON SPECIALTY CO. 1
34.00
O'DONNELL ACE HARDWA 1
27.07
SMITH JR, TIMOTHY B 1
7.48
HEALTH SEVERANCE PAY
LUX, JOSH
1
102.80
REGENOLD, SHARON K. 1
94.03
HOUS.ASSIST PMTS-OCC
GLENN, MATTHEW
1
(301.00)
VILLAGE II AT NINE23 1
201.29
ICE CONTROL
4
25,522.78
NAPA AUTO PARTS
1
1,820.51
LAB & TESTING
TESTAMERICA LABORATO 2 3,412.50
LAUNDRY
ARAMARK
3
18.00
LEGAL CONSULTANTS
AHLERS AND COONEY, P 1
2,500.00
REDFERN,MASON,LARSEN 1
472.81
SWISHER & COHRT, P.L 1
2,600.00
LEGAL-CODE ENFORCEME
SWISHER & COHRT, P.L 2
1,085.00
LIABILITY INSURANCE
ANDERSON COLLISON, L 1
2,593.97
ENTERPRISE RENT-A-CA 1
234.08
HUPP ELECTRIC MOTORS 7 17,464.96
JULIE ZHANG
1
58.80
MILLER FENCE CO., IN 1
10,629.30
REDFERN,MASON,LARSEN 1
15.00
SWISHER & COHRT, P.L 1
114.00
LIBRARY COMPUTER SER
CEDAR FALLS UTILITIE 1
15.00
LIFE INSURANCE
STANDARD INSURANCE 1
2,746.82
LOBBYIST
EIDE & HEISINGER LLC 1
3,500.00
LTD INSURANCE
MADISON NATIONAL LIF 1
3,574.43
MATERIAL DISPOSAL/HA
LIBERTY TIRE RECYCLI 1
169.25
MIDWEST ELECTRONIC 1
683.10
O'DONNELL ACE HARDWA 1
3.69
SAM ANNIS & CO.
2
59.84
T & W GRINDING
1
16,250.00
MECH EQUIPMENT SERVI
PLUNKETT'S PEST CONT 2
30.00
MET - CF DISABLED
METROPOLITAN TRANSIT 1
7,130.20
MET CAPITAL REPLACEM
VEHICLE MAINTENANCE 1
3,785.00
MET TRANSIT AUTHORIT
METROPOLITAN TRANSIT 1 67,544.40
MET-RTC
METROPOLITAN TRANSIT 1
4,754.20
MILEAGE
HINES, MAGGIE
2
59.31
OAK PARK SEWER REPLA
DAVID L. TAKES
1
224.00
JASON J. & MEGANN E. 1
376.00
MICHAEL J. & MONIQUE 1
460.00
ROBERT K. & CRISTIN 1
484.00
OFFICE SUPPLIES
MAX-R
1
4,760.00
O'DONNELL ACE HARDWA 1
3.40
STOREY KENWORTHY 2
130.04
OFFICERS EQUIPMENT
GALLS, LLC
1
65.00
SANDRY FIRE SUPPLY, 1
384.94
OPERATING EQUIPMENT
C & C WELDING & 1
680.75
CRESCENT ELECTRIC 1
16.38
GURNEY & ASSOCIATES, 1
411.37
MCDONALD SUPPLY 2
466.70
NAPA AUTO PARTS
2
928.03
O'DONNELL ACE HARDWA 6
98.67
PLUMB SUPPLY COMPANY 3
119.00
VAN METER, INC.
1
41.80
OPERATING SUPPLIES
ABC EMBROIDERY, INC. 1
21.50
ANGELA SAUL
1
90.95
BENTON'S SAND & GRAV 1
50.70
BUILDERS SELECT LLC 1
9.03
CEDAR FALLS UTILITIE 1
63.54
DES MOINES STAMP MFG 12
306.00
ECHO GROUP, INC. 1
154.26
FAIRFIELD LINE, INC. 2
321.20
GIBSON SPECIALTY CO. 1
8.50
JOHNSTONE SUPPLY OF 1
52.92
MARTIN BROS.DISTRIBU 8
1,872.29
NAPA AUTO PARTS
3
2,371.18
O'DONNELL ACE HARDWA 2
18.14
POLK'S LOCK SERVICE, 1
32.00
STOKES WELDING
1
94.95
STOREY KENWORTHY 2
112.88
TESTAMERICA LABORATO 1
21.00
UNITED RENTALS (NORT 1
106.00
OTHER DEDUCTIONS PAY
ADVANTAGE ADMINISTRA 1 6,739.13
CEDAR VALLEY UNITED 1
41.00
POLK COUNTY SHERIFF 1
520.93
PERMEABLE ALLEY PROG
AECOM TECHNICAL SERV 1 1,212.64
POLICE AUXILIARY PRO
IOWA STATE RESERVE L 1
220.00
POLICE WORKERS COMP
BARRON, CARSON
1
200.58
BRIGGS, MICHAEL
1
11.99
POOL UTILITIES
CEDAR FALLS UTILITIE 1
686.32
POSTAGE
FEDERAL EXPRESS
1
14.29
UNITED PARCEL SERVIC 1
8.69
PRE-EMPLOYMENT PHYSI
CEDAR VALLEY MEDICAL 1
175.00
PRINTING
COURIER LEGAL 8
507.69
PARKADE PRINTER, INC 5
420.40
SIGNS BY TOMORROW 1
215.00
PRINTING & PUBLICATI
KAREN'S PRINT-RITE 1
697.00
PRODUCTS FOR RESALE
CLOSE, WILLIAM
1
92.00
PROFESSIONAL SERVICE
ARAMARK
1
41.50
COURIER LEGAL 1
14.74
MCCARRON, SEAN
1
72.00
TERRY, DOMINIQUE 1
48.00
PROPERTY ACQUISITION
CEDAR FALLS UTILITIE 1
216.23
RECORDING FEES
BLACK HAWK CO.RECORD 1
7.00
REFUNDS
DARREN YODER
1
32.65
EVA CULP
1
12.00
JARED PARMATER
1
250.00
JODI ALT
1
250.00
RENTALS
CEDAR FALLS COMMUNIT 1
250.00
ELAINE M. WHITE
1
250.00
NEOPOST USA INC
1
162.00
REPAIR & MAINT. SUPP
DIAMOND VOGEL PAINT 1
3.15
REPAIR & MAINTENANCE
CEDAR FALLS UTILITIE 1
15.09
CHRISTIE DOOR COMPAN 1
695.00
COOLEY PUMPING, LLC 2
210.00
DICK'S PETROLEUM COM 1
455.68
ESCO AUTOMATION
1
984.60
P & K MIDWEST, INC. 1
(217.86)
TRAFFIC CONTROL 1
850.00
RIDGEWAY AVE RECONST
FOTH INFRASTRUCTURE 1 28,666.90
RALLY APPRAISAL, LLC 2
2,000.00
SAFETY SUPPLIES
CINTAS FIRST AID & S 5
260.01
FAIRFIELD LINE, INC. 1
294.14
HAGER, CODY
1
160.00
NAPA AUTO PARTS
1
129.08
SAN. LIFT STATION SU
CRESCENT ELECTRIC 2
87.28
O'DONNELL ACE HARDWA 1
19.38
SOFTWARE SUPPORT AGR
IP PATHWAYS, LLC 1
6,540.00
SPECIAL EVENT SUPPLI
ANDERSON, FLETCHER 1
75.00
KLINGFUSS, DAKOTA 1
67.50
MCCARRON, SEAN
1
70.00
NEISEN, MASON
1
67.50
STREETS
NAPA AUTO PARTS
1
787.13
SAM ANNIS & CO.
1
63.09
STRUCTURE IMPROV & B
INTECONNEX
1
4,218.50
TRAFFIC CONTROL 1
5,800.00
SURVEYING
UBBEN BUILDING SUPPL 1
574.00
SWIM POOL REPAIR & M
RADIO COMMUNICATIONS 1 1,137.50
TELEPHONE HOLDING AC
U.S. CELLULAR
2
2,073.04
TESTING & LAB
MIDLAND SCIENTIFIC, 2
1,050.17
TIRE REPAIRS
NAPA AUTO PARTS
1
1,327.37
TOOLS
CAMPBELL SUPPLY 1
41.19
FAIRHURST, MARK
1
339.99
NAPA AUTO PARTS
1
173.59
TOWELS
ARAMARK
4
116.58
TRANSFER STATION MAI
CHRISTIE DOOR COMPAN 1
567.00
TRANSFERS - TIF
CAPITAL PROJECTS FUN 3
3,682.59
DEBT SERVICE
1
10,623.41
TRANSFERS TO GENERAL
GENERAL FUND
1
41,281.87
TRAVEL (FOOD/MILEAGE
HENDERSON, JOHN
1
620.29
WHITE, ROGER
1
135.72
UNIFORM ALLOWANCE
FELD EQUIPMENT CO., 1
(335.95)
LADAGE, ZACH
1
127.19
UNIFORMS
DXP ENTERPRISES, INC 1
287.35
SERVICEWEAR APPAREL, 7
372.04
USGS RIVER GAUGE
CENTURYLINK
1
41.06
UTILITIES
CEDAR FALLS UTILITIE 12
60,907.81
PETERS CONSTRUCTION 2 1,345.46
VEHICLE SUPPLIES
AIRE SERV.OF THE CED 1
84.30
CONTINENTAL RESEARCH 1
225.88
KNM SERVICES, INC. 1
40.82
NAPA AUTO PARTS
1
38,697.39
POLK'S LOCK SERVICE, 1
35.30
SIGNS BY TOMORROW 1
625.00
TOYNE, INC.
2
343.58
WITHAM AUTO CENTERS 1
86.80
WEST 1ST STREET
AHLERS AND COONEY, P 1
5,812.45
BLACK HAWK CO.RECORD 7
194.00
BLACK HAWK CO.SHERIF 1
1,535.87

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