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exit at the same time.
146045 -Amos/Schmitt
that rules requiring ordinances to be
considered and voted for passage at two
prior meetings be suspended. Roll call
vote-Ayes: Zero. Nays: Seven (Jacobs,
Morrissey, Feuss, Klein, Amos, Schmitt,
and Juon). Motion failed.
OTHER COUNCIL BUSINESS
146046 -Juon/Amos
that Change Order No. 2, in the amount
of $4,104 in conjunction with the Waterloo Waste Water Treatment Plant Satellite Wet Well Rehabilitation, Contract
No. 907, and authorize the Mayor and
City Clerk to execute said document, be
received, placed on file and approved.
Voice vote-Ayes: Seven. Motion carried.
ADJOURNMENT
146047 -Feuss/Juon
that the Council adjourn at 6:46 p.m.
Voice vote-Ayes: Seven. Motion carried.
Kelley Felchle, City Clerk
2019-175
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
1ST AYD CORPORATION SUPP 219.22
AABLE PEST CONTROL INC
SERV
110.00
ABC EMBROIDERY SUPP
176.00
ACCO SUPP
808.20
ADVANCED ENVIRONMENTAL TESTING
SERV
610.00
ADVANCED SYSTEMS INC SERV600.28
AECOM TECHNICAL SERVICES, INC
CONT
8,325.41
AIKEY AUTO SALVAGE PARTS 150.00
ALL TEMP REFRIGERATION
SERV
348.00
ALLEN OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH SERVICES SUPP
62.00
AMAZON.COM CREDIT MTRLS 510.29
AMENT INC CONT
10,992.50
ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICES, INC.
SUPP
1,327.61
ARIENS COMPANY SUPP
490.50
ARNOLD MOTOR SUPPLY SUPP670.85
ASCAP AMERICAN SOC OF COMPOSER SERV
13.75
AUTOMATIC DOOR GROUP INC
SUPP
230.71
B & B LOCK & KEY, INC. SUPP
1.64
BAKER & TAYLOR MTRLS
1,380.93
BAUER BUILT INC. PARTS
659.37
BERGEN PLUMBING PARTS 4,245.00
BILL COLWELL FORD INC
PARTS
680.12
BLACK HAWK COUNTY ABSTRACT CO
SERV
910.00
BLACK HAWK COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT SERV
3,475.00
BLACK HAWK COUNTY RECORDER
SERV
73.00
BLACK HAWK COUNTY TREASURER
SERV
349.47
BLACK HAWK MEMORIAL CO, INC
SUPP
50.00
BLACKHAWK AUTOMATIC SPRINKLERS, INC. SERV
159.00
BLUEGLOBES INC SUPP
591.41
BMC AGGREGATES LC SUPP 933.64
BOUND TREE MEDICAL LLC
SUPP
2,955.04
BRODART COMPANY MTRLS 501.28
BROTHERS CONSTRUCTION
CONT
3,878.00
BSN SPORTS SUPP
2,472.50
C & C WELDING & SAND BLASTING
SUPP
509.00
CAMPBELL SUPPLY CO SUPP 832.34
CCP RAILROAD CONT
10,744.01
CDW GOVERNMENT, LLC
SUPP
2,530.97
CEDAR RAPIDS TRUCK CENTER, INC.
PARTS
24.32
CLAPSADDLE CONT
8,467.20
COMPRESSED AIR & EQUIPMENT, INC.
SERV
537.69
CONNERLEY CONSTRUCTION INC
CONT
23,583.00
CONTINENTAL RESEARCH CORPSUPP
924.48
COURIER AD
687.30
CRESCENT ELECTRIC SUPPLY CO.
SUPP
2,814.17
CURBTENDER INC SUPP
1,092.68
DALINC TRNG
75.00
DELL MARKETING L.P. SUPP
988.21
DENNIS SUPPLY CO. SUPP
134.06
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC DEFENSE
REPR
490.73
DICK WITHAM FORD PARTS 1,399.05
DICKEN, CURT SERV
100.00
DICKEY'S PRINTING SUPP
458.08
DISH NETWORK SERV
48.03
DON'S TRUCK SALES, INC SUPP 63.92
DUNAKEY & KLATT, P.C. ACQ
85.00
EASTERN IOWA AIRPORT
TRNG
1,591.08
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING & EQUIP
SUPP
790.07
EMSLRC SUPP
40.00
EVIDENT CRIME SCENE PRODUCTS
SUPP
216.48
EXPRESS SERVICES, INC.
TEMP
1,958.74
FARM PLAN REPR
1,902.02
FARNSWORTH ELECTRONICS, INC
PARTS
43.50
FEDEX SERV
262.96
FERGUSON ENTERPRISES, INC.
SUPP
33.92
FERGUSON ENTERPRISES, INC.PARTS
363.15
FORCE AMERICA DISTRIBUTING
PARTS
29.73
FRIENDS OF THE LIBRARY
REIMB
20.00
FRONTIER TECHNOLOGY, LLC
SUPP
18,575.00
GAHERTY, JESSE TRVL
28.26
GALE/CENGAGE LEARNING
MTRLS
22.50
GLOBAL EMERGENCY PRODUCTS INC
SUPP
325.57
GRAINGER SUPP
72.88
HARRISON TRUCK CENTERS
PARTS
4,477.91
HAWKEYE STAGES TX RBT 12,922.00
HOBBY LOBBY STORES, INC.
SUPP
88.24
HTLIC MEDIA INC ADV
300.00
HUTING, PAUL REIMB
259.74
HYVEE SUPP
335.94
I W I MOTOR PARTS PARTS
214.29
INTERSTATE BATTERIES OF UPPER
IOWA SUPP
504.10
IOWA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION SUPP
2,614.95
IOWA FIRE MARSHALS ASSOCIATION
MEMBRSHP
50.00
IOWA INDIVIDUAL HEALTH BENEFIT
SERV
12,344.00
IOWA MUNICIPAL FINANCE OFFICERS
ASSOCIATION TRNG
125.00
IOWA NORTHLAND REGIONAL COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS CONT 1,558.56
IOWA OFFICE INTERIORS, INC.
SUPP
1,835.87
IOWA ONE CALL SERV
153.90
IOWA WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT
PERMIT
300.00
IPE 1031 ACQ
269,440.33
JANDA MOTOR SERVICES
SUPP
1,379.51
JOHNSON CONTROLS SERV
640.00
JOHNSTONE SUPPLY SUPP
343.45
JONES, RUDY/ PETTY CASH
REIMB
48.00
K & S WHEEL ALIGNMENT SERVICE
REPR
20.50
KEYSTONE LABORATORIES, INC.
SERV
15.50
KING, MATTHEW SERV
95.00
KNOX ASSOCIATES, INC SUPP 667.00
LAFORGE, LLC TX RBT
11,887.00
LOCKSPERTS SUPP
60.25
LOUIS BERGER GROUP, INC.
CONT
539.80
MAILFINANCE INC. LEASE
1,031.70
MARTIN BROS DIST CO INC
SUPP
3,228.72
MEDIACOM SERV
154.90
MENARDS SUPP
808.73
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY
SERV
54,513.72
MIDWEST TAPE MTRLS
1,045.04
MILLER WINDOW SERVICE SERV30.00
MUNICIPAL PIPE TOOL CO., LLC
SUPP
290.95
MURPHY TRACTOR & EQUIPMENT
PARTS
6,947.56
MUTUAL WHEEL COMPANY
PARTS
1,199.87
MYERS SUPP
157.21
NAPA AUTO PARTS PARTS
990.86
NEWEGG BUSINESS INC SUPP 472.50
NORTHERN SAFETY TECHNOLOGY INC
PARTS
271.20
NORTHLAND PRODUCTS COMPANY
SUPP
1,462.65
O'REILLY AUTO PARTS SUPP 195.33
OFFICE EXPRESS SUPP
30.02
OVERHEAD DOOR CO. OF WATERLOO
SUPP
155.00
P & K MIDWEST INC PARTS 1,090.57
PEPSI COLA GENERAL BOTTLING
SUPP
1,212.00
PIRC TOBIN CONSTRUCTION INC
CONT
55,130.25
PLUMB TECH INC. SERV
101.95
PPG ARCHITECTURAL FINISHES
SUPP
63.72
PREMIER STAFFING INC
TEMP
1,140.48
RAPIDS REPRODUCTIONS INC
SUPP
13,399.00
RAY MOUNT WRECKER SERVICE
SERV
345.00
RCM INDUSTRIES, INC SUPP 573.15
RELIANT FIRE APPARATUS, INC
SERV
36,133.60
RHINO INDUSTRIES, INC
SUPP
22,880.00
RICOH USA SUPP
39.14
RICOH USA INC MAINT
98.90
RITE PRICE OFFICE SUPPLY, INC
SUPP
660.26

RYDELL CHEVROLET, INC SUPP114.20
SCOT'S SUPPLY SUPP
69.25
SHERRILL, INC SUPP
259.95
SHERWIN SERV
214.71
SPEER FINANCIAL INC SUPP 3,000.00
STANLEY CONSULTANTS INC.
CONT
18,750.00
STRAND CORPORATION INC
CONT
54,638.62
SUPERIOR WELDING SUPPLY COSUPP
603.35
TESTAMERICA LABORATORIES, INC.
SERV
1,958.83
TITLE SERVICES CORPORATION
ACQ
300.00
TOJO CONSTRUCTION CO
CONT
17,181.00
TORNEY'S ELECTRICAL MOTORS
SUPP
470.00
TRELOAR, PAT REIMB
23.96
TURFWERKS SUPP
347.35
ULINE SUPP
87.75
UNITED PARCEL SERVICE SERV 27.71
VAN METER INDUSTRIAL, INC.
SUPP
186.30
VAN SUPP
620.61
VERIZON WIRELESS SERV
78.56
VIA RAIL ENGINEERING, INC.
SERV
4,062.50
WAL SUPP
256.16
WATERLOO AUTO PARTS INC.
PARTS
150.00
WATERLOO COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT SUPP
80.00
WATERLOO OIL COMPANY
SUPP
1,438.40
WATERLOO WATER WORKS
SERV
1,357.72
WEBER PAPER COMPANY
SUPP
1,021.73
WINGFOOT COMMERCIAL TIRE
PARTS
2,951.81
YOUNG PLUMBING & HEATING CO
CONT
6,510.20
ZIMCO SUPP
250.00
SHAZIA BASHIR RFND
37.50
ANGELA JONES RNTL
100.00
LORI WARREN RNTL
250.00
WORKERS COMPENSATION 19,116.05
HOUSING ASSISTANCE
2,843.00
PAYROLL
1,752,877.51
CITY OF WATERLOO JE
ACQ25.00
Total Expenditures
$2,553,160.31
Total Receipts
1,293,700.98
PASSED AND ADOPTED THIS 01ST DAY
OF APRIL, 2019.
Quentin Hart, Mayor
ATTEST: Kelley Felchle, City Clerk

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document”, be adopted. Roll call voteAyes: Seven. Motion carried.
Resolution adopted and upon approval
by Mayor assigned No. 2019-192
146036 -Klein/Amos
that “Resolution approving a Professional Services Agreement with Terracon
Consultants, Inc. of Cedar Falls, Iowa,
in an amount not to exceed $7,700, in
conjunction with the Bio-solids Modification Project for Geotechnical (soil boring)
services, 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. 2019-193
146037 -Klein/Amos
that “Resolution approving award of
contract to B & B Lawn Care Inc. of Waterloo, Iowa for Option A $1,147.50 per
occurrence, Option B $1,095.50 per occurrence, and approving the bonds and
certificate of insurance, in conjunction
with the 2019 Complaint Mowing with
Complaint Snow Removal Contract, 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. 2019-194
146038 -Klein/Amos
that “Resolution approving a Professional Services Agreement with Brycer, LLC,
AKA The Compliance Engine, for an internet based tracking platform for life safety
systems, and authorize the Mayor to execute said document”, be adopted. Roll
call vote-Ayes: Seven. Motion carried.
David Dryer, 3145 W. 4th Street, commented that the city should not contract
for ambulance billing services outside of
the community when the city has people
on staff to do the billing.
John Sherbon 1715 Robin Road, questioned what is charged when the Fire Department inspects a small building vs. a
large building and commented that small
business owners are the ones that take a
hit by charging fees.
Todd Obadal, 124 Amity Drive, commented that while there is no cost to the
city, there is a cost for this software that
the people of the city had to pay. He then
questioned why it was a no-bid contract,
and requested an overview of the software.
Chris Ferguson, Fire Marshall, provided
an overview of the software. He explained that The Compliance Engine collects fire safety inspection materials for
staff to review prior to going out to a site
for inspection. He noted that software
would create efficiency for the department.
Pat Treloar, Fire Chief, explained that the
user is charged a $20 administrative fee.
Brycer, LLC will take $15 and the city will
receive $5. The revenue will be used to
cover increases in existing software used
by the department. He commented that
they did not go out for bid or RFP as they
are not aware of competing software and
other cities in Iowa are also using this
software.
Michelle Weidner, Chief Financial Officer,
explained that according to Iowa law,
bidding is not required for professional
services, only public improvements.
Resolution adopted and upon approval
by Mayor assigned No. 2019-195
146039 -Schmitt/Amos
that “Resolution approving City/State
Funding Agreement with the Iowa Department of Transportation for RISE
Funding, in conjunction with the FY 2020
Lone Tree Road Extension, Contract No.
977, in the amount of $383,360, with City
matching funds of $383,360, 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. 2019-196
146040 -Schmitt/Amos
that “Resolution approving a Professional Services Agreement with I & S Group,
Inc. of Waterloo, Iowa, in an amount not
to exceed $3,000, in conjunction with the
Sprinkler Specifications for the City of
Waterloo Public Market Building, and authorize the Mayor to execute said document”, be adopted. Roll call vote-Ayes:
Seven. Motion carried.
David Dryer, 3145 W. 4th Street, questioned why this resolution was necessary.
Noel Anderson, Community Planning and
Development Director, explained that the
sprinklers should have been installed
during construction, and that their absence was an oversight.
Resolution adopted and upon approval
by Mayor assigned No. 2019-197
146041 -Schmitt/Amos
that “Resolution approving Professional
Agreement with I & S Group, Inc. of Waterloo, Iowa, in an amount not to exceed
$6,000, in conjunction with the remodeling of the Waterloo Library front steps,
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. 2019-198
146042 -Feuss/Amos
that “Resolution approving a request by
CGA Engineers on behalf of Fusion Investments, LLC for the final plat of Cedar Valley Crossing, a ten (10) lot commercial/industrial subdivision, located
southwest of 3353 Marnie Avenue”, be
adopted. Roll call vote-Ayes: Seven.
Motion carried.
Resolution adopted and upon approval
by Mayor assigned No. 2019-198
146043 -Feuss/Amos
that “Resolution rescinding Resolution
No. 2016-888 adopted on November 7,
2016 for a development agreement with
Aubry Baldwin due to failure to meet stated deadlines of project commencement
and completion as specified within the
agreement”, be adopted. Roll call voteAyes: Seven. Motion carried.
Resolution adopted and upon approval
by Mayor assigned No. 2019-200
ORDINANCES
146044 -Amos/Schmitt
that “an Ordinance amending the Ordinance No. 5079, as amended, City of
Waterloo Zoning Ordinance, by amending the Official Zoning Map referred to in
Section 10-4-4 to approve a request by
A-Line ALO, LLC for a site plan amendment to the "M-2,P" Planned Industrial
District to allow for the construction of a
12,800 square foot airport hangar, located southwest of 2814 Betsworth Drive,
subject to acceptance of an analysis to
determine aircraft wingtip clearances”,
be received, placed on file, considered
and passed for the second time. Roll call
vote-Ayes: Seven. Motion carried.
David Dryer, 3145 W. 4th Street, questioned if there is an issue with the wingtip
to wingtip spacing allowance.
Keith Kaspari, Airport Director, explained
that the FAA spacing specifications were
met and exceeded by their standards.
Two meetings have taken place to review
to try to come up with additional spacing options. He stated that the building
could be rotated 90 degrees but he does
not recommend pursuing this option. An
additional proposal was made to demolish hangar 4 and rebuild it. He does not
recommend pursuing this option as it
was built with state funding and is fearful that the city would need to pay that
money back. He stated that a resolution has not been confirmed as of today.
He explained that this project could be
studied to death and both parties may
not be satisfied. He reiterated to council
that according to FAA Advisory Circular
150 series 5300-13A that the project as
of now meets FAA standards for wingtip
clearance.
Mrs. Klein stated that while it met regulations, the airport needed to create space
if it wanted to grow.
Keith Kaspari stated that space wasn’t
really an issue, and that they were ready
to move forward.
Mr. Schmitt questioned if it is an option to
move the new building five feet.
Keith Kaspari explained that it would require additional costs.
Mr. Schmitt commented that if they do
this project right the first time they won’t
have to revisit it like they do other projects.
Alex Bower, Fehr Graham, stated that it
wasn’t as easy as just pushing the building back, and that someone somewhere
did a lot of work to put together a study
to say how much space needs to be between the hangars. He further stated that
building to the specifications given is
simple, economic, and safe.
Mr. Schmitt asked how long it would take
to construct the building.
Alex Bower explained that due to the
amount of utilities operating underneath
the area and the amount of rehab taking place in the area, it would take 6
months, but by pushing the building back
construction could not even start until
MidAmerican energy could sign off.
Mr. Jacobs questioned how much the
cost would increase if the building is
moved by five feet.
Alex Bower answered that it would be expensive, and would delay the project by a
great amount.
Mr. Amos questioned where the conflict
is when it comes down to the two hanger
owners, because to him it sounds like it
is only when they would be exiting and
entering the hangars at the precisely
same time.
Alex Bower explained that it comes down
to sharing the apron in a neighborly manner and noted that pilots have stated that
it is extremely rare for them to enter and

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Woodruff Construction, LLC
Waterloo, IA
5%
Base: $633,230.30
Alt 1: $30,400
Alt 2: $21,300
Alt 3: $20,400
Alt 4: $51,300
Alt 5: $34,800
Alt 6: $29,000
Cardinal Construction
Waterloo, IA
5%
Base: $682,619.00
Alt 1: $24,000
Alt 2: $20,000
Alt 3: $24,000
Alt 4: $63,096
Alt 5: $38,753
Alt 6: $45,500
Voice vote-Ayes: Seven. Motion carried.
146015 -Amos/Schmitt
that proof of publication of notice of
public hearing on Fire Station No. 1 Roof
Replacement Project, as published in the
Waterloo Courier on March 15, 2019, be
received and placed on file. Voice voteAyes: Seven. Motion carried.
This being the time and place of public
hearing, the Mayor called for written and
oral comments and there were none.
146016 -Amos/Schmitt
that the hearing be closed. Voice voteAyes: Seven. Motion carried.
146017 -Amos/Schmitt
that “Resolution confirming approval of
plans, specifications, form of contract,
etc.”, be adopted. Roll-call vote-Ayes:
Seven. Motion carried.
Resolution adopted and upon approval
by Mayor assigned No. 2019-182
146018 -Amos/Schmitt
that “Resolution authorizing to proceed”,
be adopted. Roll-call vote-Ayes: Seven.
Motion carried.
Resolution adopted and upon approval
by Mayor assigned No. 2019-183
146019 -Amos/Schmitt
Motion to receive and file and instruct
City Clerk to read bids.
Estimate: $240,000
Bidder
Bid Security
Base Bid/Alt. #1
J.G. Hause Construction
Oakdale, MN
5%
$251,000/Add $3,500
Black Hawk Roof Co., Inc.
Cedar Falls, IA
5%
$292,950/Deduct $10,700
Service Roofing Co.
Waterloo, IA
5%
$239,500/Deduct $22,000
Voice vote-Ayes: Seven. Motion carried.
146020 -Amos/Schmitt
Resolution awarding contract to Service
Roofing Company of Waterloo, Iowa in
the amount of 239,500, and approving
the contract, bonds, and certificate of
insurance in conjunction with the Fire
Station No. 1 Roof Replacement Project,
and authorize Mayor and City Clerk to execute all necessary documents. Roll-call
vote-Ayes: Seven. Motion carried.
Resolution adopted and upon approval
by Mayor assigned No. 2019-184
146021 -Schmitt/Amos
that proof of publication of notice of public hearing on the request by the Waterloo
Community School District to vacate, sell
and convey a portion of Littlefield Road
and Linbud Lane lying south of Sager
Avenue in the amount of $1.00, subject
to the retention of a utility easement over,
under and upon the entire area of Linbud
Lane to be vacated, just north of 1239
Sheldon Street (Fred Becker Elementary
School), as published in the Waterloo
Courier on March 22, 2019, be received
and placed on file. Voice vote-Ayes:
Seven. Motion carried.
This being the time and place of public
hearing, the Mayor called for written and
oral comments and there were none.
146022 -Schmitt/Amos
that the hearing be closed and recommendation of approval of the Planning,
Programming and Zoning Commission,
be received and placed on file. Voice
vote-Ayes: Seven. Motion carried.
146023 -Schmitt/Amos
that “an Ordinance approving a request
to vacate a portion of Littlefield Avenue
and Linbud Lane right-of-way lying south
of Sager Avenue, subject to the retention
of a utility easement over under and upon
the entire area of Linbud Lane to be vacated”, be received, placed on file, considered and passed for the first time. Roll
call vote-Ayes: Seven. Motion carried.
146024 -Schmitt/Amos
that rules requiring ordinances to be
considered and voted for passage at
two prior meetings be suspended. Roll
call vote-Ayes: Two. Nays: Five (Jacobs,
Klein, Amos, Schmitt, and Juon). Motion
failed.
146025 -Amos/Schmitt
that proof of publication of notice of public hearing on FY 2019 Street Reconstruction Program, Contract No. 965, as published in the Waterloo Courier on March
14, 2019, be received and placed on file.
Voice vote-Ayes: Seven. Motion carried.
This being the time and place of public
hearing, the Mayor called for written and
oral comments and there were none.
146026 -Amos/Schmitt
that the hearing be closed. Voice voteAyes: Seven. Motion carried.
146027 -Amos/Schmitt
that “Resolution confirming approval of
plans, specifications, form of contract,
etc.”, be adopted. Roll-call vote-Ayes:
Seven. Motion carried.
Resolution adopted and upon approval
by Mayor assigned No. 2019-185
146028 -Amos/Schmitt
that “Resolution authorizing to proceed”,
be adopted. Roll-call vote-Ayes: Seven.
Motion carried.
Resolution adopted and upon approval
by Mayor assigned No. 2019-186
146029 -Amos/Schmitt
Motion to receive and file and instruct
City Clerk to read bids and refer to City
Engineer for review.
Bidder
Bid Security
Bid Amount
ASPRO
5%
Alt A: $3,640,089.68
Alt B: No Bid
Voice vote-Ayes: Seven. Motion carried.
RESOLUTIONS
146030 -Juon/Amos
that “Resolution approving an agreement
with the Waterloo Water Works for water
main replacements in conjunction with
FY 2019 University Avenue Reconstruction Phase 2 - Midway Drive to Greenhill
Road, Contract No. 934, and authorize
the Mayor and City Clerk to execute said
document”, be adopted. Roll call voteAyes: Seven. Motion carried.
Resolution adopted and upon approval
by Mayor assigned No. 2019-187
146031 -Juon/Amos
that “Resolution approving a five (5) year
Equipment Use Agreement between the
Waterloo Regional Airport and Livingston
Aviation, Inc., for the periodic use of airport-owned ground support equipment,
for Livingston Aviation to accommodate
large aircraft charters, and authorize the
Mayor and City Clerk to execute said
document”, be adopted. Roll call voteAyes: Seven. Motion carried.
Resolution adopted and upon approval
by Mayor assigned No. 2019-188
146032 -Juon/Amos
that “Resolution approving Supplemental Agreement No. 3, to a Professional
Services Agreement with AECOM, in an
amount not to exceed $889,000, in conjunction with the FY 2019 University Avenue Reconstruction - Phase 2 (Midway
Drive to Greenhill Road), Contract No.
934, and authorize the Mayor to execute
said document”, be adopted. Roll call
vote-Ayes: Seven. Motion carried.
David Dryer, 3145 W. 4th Street, questioned if the city had a specific number
of dollars it planned to spend on design
work. He explained it seems like the design and engineering fees seem to keep
increasing.
Jamie Knutson, City Engineer, provided
an overview of the past design work for
the overall project and the work included
in Supplemental Agreement No. 3.
Resolution adopted and upon approval
by Mayor assigned No. 2019-189
146033 -Feuss/Amos
that “Resolution approving award of
contract to Peterson Contractors, Inc.
of Reinbeck, Iowa in the amount of
$8,369,859.58, and approving the Contract, Bonds, and Certificate of Insurance
for the FY 2019 University Avenue Reconstruction - Phase 2, Contract No. 934,
and authorize 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. 2019-190
146034 -Feuss/Amos
that “Resolution approving Professional
Services Agreement with Robinson Engineering Company of Independence,
Iowa, in an amount not to exceed
$23,920, in conjunction with the preparation of the State Revolving Fund (SRF)
Sponsored Project applications, 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. 2019-191
146035 -Feuss/Amos
that “Resolution approving Supplemental
Agreement No. 1 to a Professional Services Agreement with AECOM, Inc., in an
amount not to exceed $45,000, in conjunction with assisting the Waste Management Services Department with sanitary sewer related projects, and authorize
the Mayor and City Clerk to execute said

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April 1, 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, April 1,
2019. Mayor Quentin Hart in the Chair.
Roll Call: Jacobs, Morrissey, Feuss, Klein,
Amos, Schmitt, and Juon. Mr. Morrissey
joined via facetime.
Prayer or Moment of Silence. Pledge of
Allegiance: Mayor Quentin Hart
146006 -Juon/Schmitt
that the Agenda, as proposed, for the
Regular Session on Monday, April 1,
2019, at 5:30 p.m., be accepted and approved. Voice vote-Ayes: Seven. Motion
carried.
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that the Minutes, as proposed, for the
Regular Session on Monday, March 25,
2019, at 5:30 p.m., be accepted and approved. Voice vote-Ayes: Seven. Motion
carried.
Proclamation declaring April 2019 as
Sexual Assault Awareness Month.
Proclamation declaring the first week of
April 2019 as Crime Victim’s Rights Week.
ORAL PRESENTATIONS
David Dryer, 3145 W. 4th Street, commented that he saw two street sweepers and a dump truck in the middle of
the road on Broadway, that were out but
not picking up much debris. He asked
that they work on parts of town that have
more debris. He commented that the
area at 6th and Commercial is a designated dump site where the old flea market is located.
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that the above oral comments be received and placed on file. Voice voteAyes: Seven. Motion carried.
CONSENT AGENDA
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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 April
1, 2019, in the amount of $2,553,160.31, 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. 2019-175.
2.Resolution approving Variance to Noise
Ordnance request from Riverloop Association, Inc., for events to be held at the
Riverloop Amphitheater and the Expo
Plaza from May 1, 2019 through November 15, 2019, from 10:00 a.m. to midnight,
in conjunction with music concerts, wedding receptions, movies on the river, etc.,
including bands and the use of a PA system.
Resolution adopted and upon approval
by Mayor assigned No. 2019-176
3.
Resolution setting the date for a
public hearing as April 15, 2019 to review
the proposed funding recommendation
set forth by the Community Development
Board for the FY2020 One-Year Action
Plan and Review the Consolidated FiveYear FY20-24 Plan for CDBG and HOME
Program Funds for the Waterloo/Cedar
Falls Consortium.
Resolution adopted and upon approval
by Mayor assigned No. 2019-177
4.Resolution setting a date of public
hearing as April 15, 2019, to approve a
Hangar and Ground Site Lease Agreement with A-Line ALO, LLC for property
located at 2802-2850 Livingston Lane,
in the amount of $364.58 per month, for
a term ending December 31, 2058, and
instruct the City Clerk to publish notice.
Resolution adopted and upon approval
by Mayor assigned No. 2019-178
5.Resolution approving preliminary plans,
specifications, form of contract etc., setting date of bid opening as April 25, 2019,
and public hearing as April 29, 2019,
for the FY 2020 Complaint Mowing with
Complaint Snow Removal contract, and
instruct City Clerk to publish said notice.
Resolution adopted and upon approval
by Mayor assigned No. 2019-179
b.Motion to approve the following:
1.Travel Requests
Name & Title of PersonnelClass/Meeting
Destination
Date(s)
Amount not to Exceed
a.Anita Merfeld, Administrative Secretary National Environmental Policy Act
Training for HUD Practitioners Kansas
City, MO
April 1-4, 2019
$1,023.75
b. Matt Vlasak, Signal Tech Foreman;
Craig Hintzman, Signal Tech II; Tina Shellhorn, Electrical Foreman; Kelby Haynes,
Electrician; Nate Alderman, Electrician;
Scott Buchan, Electrician
Basic
Transformers & the DOE 2016 Impact and
One & Two Family Dwellings.Waterloo, IA
April 23, 2019
$720
2. Approved Beer, Liquor, and Wine Applications
Name & Address of Business
Class
New or Renewal
Expiration
Date
Includes Sunday
a.Cedar Valley Catholic Schools, 3231 W.
9th Street
C Liquor
New
4/11/2019
x
b. Crossroads Cinema, 2450 Crossroads
Blvd. *Ownership Update*
Special Class C Liquor
Renewal
3/14/2020
x
c.Narey's 19th Hole, 2073 Logan Avenue
*Adding Sunday Sales*
C Liquor
New
8/22/2019
x
d. On the Rocks, 708 Jefferson Street
C Liquor w/Outdoor Service
Renewal
3/27/2020
e. Ray's Supermarket, 1975 Franklin
Street
B Wine / C Beer / E Liquor
Renewal
3/2/2020
x
3. Motion to approve Exception to Burning Yard Waste Application for Cedar
Valley Arboretum & Botanic Gardens at
Hawkeye Community College to burn
approximately 6.5 acres of native prairie
grass and flowers between March 21 and
May 10, 2019.
4. Motion to approve Exception to Burning Yard Waste Application for George
Wyth State Park to burn 15 acres of prairie grass between Wyth Lake and Main
Park Road from March through June
2019.
Roll call vote-Ayes: Seven. Motion carried.
PUBLIC HEARINGS
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that proof of publication of notice of public hearing on FY 2019 Lincoln Park Improvements, as published in the Waterloo
Courier on March 15, 2019, be received
and placed on file. Voice vote-Ayes:
Seven. Motion carried.
This being the time and place of public
hearing, the Mayor called for written and
oral comments and there were none.
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that the hearing be closed. Voice voteAyes: Seven. Motion carried.
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that “Resolution confirming approval of
plans, specifications, form of contract,
etc.”, be adopted. Roll-call vote-Ayes:
Seven. Motion carried.
Resolution adopted and upon approval
by Mayor assigned No. 2019-180
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that “Resolution authorizing to proceed”,
be adopted. Roll-call vote-Ayes: Seven.
Motion carried.
Resolution adopted and upon approval
by Mayor assigned No. 2019-181
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Motion to receive and file and instruct
City Clerk to read bids and refer to Director of Leisure Services for review.
Estimate: $980,000
Bidder
Bid Security
Bid Amount
K&W Electric, Inc.
Cedar Falls, IA
5%
Base: $773,631.00
Alt 1: $25,000
Alt 2: $23,500
Alt 3: $20,000
Alt 4: $59,900
Alt 5: $28,935
Alt 6: $42,500
Vieth Construction Corporation
Cedar Falls, IA
5%
Base: $689,913.50
Alt 1: $26,000
Alt 2: $24,000
Alt 3: $21,000
Alt 4: $58,000
Alt 5: $40,000
Alt 6: $44,000
Boulder Contracting
Grundy Center, IA
5%
Base: $645,875.05
Alt 1: $26,250
Alt 2: $24,500
Alt 3: $21,000
Alt 4: $55,220
Alt 5: $27,006
Alt 6: $44,500
K Cunningham Construction Co., Inc.
Cedar Falls, IA
5%
Base: 682,976.10
Alt 1: $27,500
Alt 2: $25,850
Alt 3: $22,000
Alt 4: $59,798
Alt 5: $48,225
Alt 6: $46,750
Peters Construction Corp.
Waterloo, IA
5%
Base: $640,293.14
Alt 1: $30,930
Alt 2: $20,920
Alt 3: $20,370
Alt 4: $60,600
Alt 5: $58,000
Alt 6: $30,130

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