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CITY HALL
CEDAR FALLS, IOWA, JULY 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. Absent: Green.
52386 -It was moved by Kruse and seconded by Blanford that the minutes of
the Regular Meeting of June 17, 2019 be
approved as presented and ordered of
record. Motion carried unanimously.
52387 -Mayor Brown announced that in
accordance with the public notice of June
21, 2019, this was the time and place for
a public hearing on a proposal to undertake a public improvement project for the
Cyber Lane-2018 Street Construction
Project and to authorize acquisition of
private property for said project. It was
then moved by Darrah and seconded by
Kruse that the proof of publication of notice of hearing be received and placed on
file. Motion carried unanimously.
52388 -The Mayor then asked if there
were any written communications filed
to the proposed public improvement
project. Upon being advised that there
were no written communications on
file, the Mayor then called for oral comments. Community Development Director Sheetz provided a brief overview of
the proposed project. Following a question by Jim Skaine, 2215 Clay Street,
and comment by Atul Patel, 307 Winding Ridge Road, the Mayor declared the
hearing closed and passed to the next
order of business.
52389 -It was moved by Kruse and
seconded by deBuhr that Resolution
#21,595, approving a public improvement
for the Cyber Lane-2018 Street Construction Project and authorizing acquisition
of private property for said project, be
adopted. Following questions by Councilmembers Darrah and Miller, and Mayor
Brown, and responses by Community
Development Director Sheetz, 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. Nay:
None. Motion carried. The Mayor then
declared Resolution #21,595 duly passed
and adopted.
52390 -Mayor Brown announced that
in accordance with the public notice
of June 21, 2019, this was the time and
place for a public hearing on the proposed plans, specifications, form of
contract & estimate of cost for the South
Main Street Parking Lot Project. It was
then moved by deBuhr and seconded by
Wieland that the proof of publication of
notice of hearing be received and placed
on file. Motion carried unanimously.
52391 -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. Public Works Director
Schrage provided a brief explanation of
the proposed project. 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.
52392 -It was moved by Wieland and
seconded by Kruse that Resolution
#21,596, approving and adopting the
plans, specifications, form of contract
& estimate of cost for the South Main
Street Parking Lot Project, be adopted.
Following questions by Councilmembers Miller and Darrah, and responses by
Mayor Brown and Public Works Director
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. Nay: None. Motion carried.
The Mayor then declared Resolution
#21,596 duly passed and adopted.
52393 -Mayor Brown announced that
in accordance with the public notice
of June 21, 2019, this was the time and
place for a public hearing on a proposed
Agreement for Private Development and
conveyance of certain city-owned real
estate to Tjaden Properties, L.L.C. It was
then moved by Darrah and seconded by
Miller that the proof of publication of notice of hearing be received and placed on
file. Motion carried unanimously.
52394 -The Mayor then asked if there
were any written communications filed
to the proposed Agreement. Upon being advised that there were no written
communications on file, the Mayor then
called for oral comments. Economic
Development Coordinator Graham provided a brief explanation of the proposed
Agreement. Following comments by
Jim Skaine, 2215 Clay Street, and Brett
Tjaden, 4127 Maryhill Drive, the Mayor
declared the hearing closed and passed
to the next order of business.
52395 -It was moved by Blanford and
seconded by Kruse that Resolution
#21,597, approving and authorizing
execution of an Agreement for Private
Development and a Minimum Assessment Agreement with Tjaden Properties,
L.L.C., and approving and authorizing
execution of a Quit Claim Deed conveying title to certain real estate to Tjaden
Properties, L.L.C., be adopted. Following
a question by Councilmember deBuhr
and response by Economic Development
Coordinator Graham, 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. Nay:
None. Motion carried. The Mayor then
declared Resolution #21,597 duly passed
and adopted.
52396 It was
moved by Kruse and seconded by Miller
that Ordinance #2946, amending Chapter 23, Traffic and Motor Vehicles, of the
Code of Ordinances to be consistent with
parking regulations being established, in
conjunction with the implementation of
recommendations from the Downtown
Parking Study, be passed upon its third
and final 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. Nay:
None. Motion carried. The Mayor then
declared Ordinance #2946 duly passed
and adopted.
52397 - It was moved by Kruse and seconded by Darrah that Ordinance #2947,
amending Section 26-118 of the Code
of Ordinances by removing property located at 2600 Grove Street from the R-3,
Multiple Residence District, and placing
the same in the C-2, Commercial 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. Nay: None. Motion carried.
52398 - It was moved by Blanford and
seconded by Wieland that Ordinance
#2948, amending Chapter 23, Traffic and
Motor Vehicles, of the Code of Ordinances relative to prohibiting parking on portions of Panther Lane, be passed upon its
second consideration.
Following a comment by Councilmember deBuhr, it was moved by deBuhr
and seconded by Wieland that the rules
requiring Ordinance #2948 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. Nay: None. Motion carried.
It was then moved by deBuhr and seconded by Darrah that Ordinance #2948,
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. Nay: None. Motion carried.
The Mayor then declared Ordinance
#2948 duly passed and adopted.
52399 -It was moved by Kruse and seconded by deBuhr that the following items
and recommendations on the Consent
Calendar be received, filed and approved:
Approve the following recommendations
of the Mayor relative to the appointment
of members to Boards and Commissions:
a) Teri Lynn Jorgensen, Human Rights
Commission, term ending 07/01/2022.
b) David Glenn-Burns, Metropolitan Bus
Board, term ending 06/30/2022.
Receive and file the Committee of the
Whole minutes of June 17, 2019 relative
to the following items:
a) Sustainability.
b) Cash Management Report.
c) Bills & Payroll.
Receive and file a communication from
the Civil Service Commission relative to
a certified list for the position of Public
Safety Officer.
Receive and file Departmental Monthly
Reports of May 2019.
Approve the following special event related requests:
a) Street closure, Abraham Drive, July 4,
2019.
b) Accel Triathlon, July 27, 2019.
Approve the following applications for
liquor licenses:
a) Amvets, 1934 Irving Street, Class A li-

quor & outdoor service - renewal.
b) Amvets, 1934 Irving Street, Class A
liquor & outdoor service - temporary
expansion of outdoor service area. (July
12-14, 2019)
Motion carried unanimously.
52400 -It was moved by Kruse and seconded by Miller that the following resolutions be introduced and adopted:
Resolution #21,598, approving and authorizing execution of a Two Party Claim
Service Agreement with EMC Risk Services, LLC relative to claims adjusting
and administration services for the City.
Resolution #21,599, approving and authorizing execution of one Owner Purchase Agreement, and approving and
accepting one Owner's Temporary Easement for Construction, in conjunction
with the West 1st Street Reconstruction
Project.
Resolution #21,600, approving and accepting one Permanent Drainage Easement and one Temporary Construction
Easement, in conjunction with the Walnut
Street Box Culvert Replacement - University Branch of Dry Run Creek Project.
Resolution #21,601, approving and authorizing execution of an Agreement to
Support Economic Development Program of Cedar Falls Community Main
Street relative to an FY20 Economic Development Grant.
Resolution #21,602, approving and authorizing execution of an Agreement to
Support Economic Development Program of Cedar Falls Community Main
Street relative to FY20 Self-Supported
Municipal Improvement District (SSMID)
Funds.
Resolution #21,603, approving and authorizing execution of an FY20 Façade
Improvement Fund Agreement with Cedar Falls Community Main Street.
Resolution #21,604, approving and authorizing execution of an Agreement in
Support of the College Hill Partnership
relative to an FY20 Economic Development Grant.
Resolution #21,605, approving and authorizing execution of an Agreement to
Support Economic Development Program of the College Hill Partnership relative to FY20 Self-Supported Municipal
Improvement District (SSMID) Funds.
Resolution #21,606, approving and authorizing execution of an FY20 Façade
Improvement Fund Agreement with College Hill Partnership.
Resolution #21,607, approving and authorizing execution of an Agreement to
Support "Fulfilling the Vision" Campaign
for Economic Vitality of Grow Cedar Valley relative to an FY20 Economic Development Grant.
Resolution #21,608, approving and accepting a Lien Notice and Special Promissory Note for property located at 2322
Clay Street relative to the Rental to Single
Family Owner Conversion Incentive Program.
Resolution #21,609, approving submission of an application through the Iowa
Homeland Security and Emergency Management Division (HSMED) to the Federal
Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)
for funding from the Hazard Mitigation
Grant Program, and authorizing the local
match for the Northern Cedar Falls Flood
Buyout Program.
Resolution #21,610, receiving and filing,
and setting July 15, 2019 as the date of
public hearing on, the proposed plans,
specifications, form of contract & estimate of cost for the 2019 Bridge Maintenance Project.
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. Nay: None. Motion carried.
The Mayor then declared Resolutions
#21,598 through #21,610 duly passed
and adopted.
52401 - It was moved by Kruse and seconded by deBuhr that Ordinance #2949,
amending certain sections of the Code of
Ordinances relative to establishing regulations for events on public property, be
passed upon its first 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. Nay: None. Motion carried.
52402 - It was moved by Kruse and seconded by Darrah that the bills and payroll
of July 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. Nay: None.
Motion carried.
52403 -Public Safety Services Director
Olson provided a reminder about the fireworks ordinance in Cedar Falls.
Community
Development
Director
Sheetz announced that the City has met
state and federal requirements and is in
the final stages of completing the 20192024 NPDES permit for the water reclamation facility.
52404 -Public Safety Services Director
Olson responded to concerns expressed
by Russ Reeves, 430 Balboa Avenue,
and questions by Mayor Brown and
Councilmember Kruse regarding the level
of noise caused by engine braking on
Greenhill Road and Highway 58.
Councilmember Blanford responded
to comments by Jim Skaine, 2215 Clay
Street, regarding unanimous Council
votes.
52405 -It was moved by Kruse and
seconded by Miller that the meeting be
adjourned at 7:43 P.M. Motion carried
unanimously.
Jacqueline Danielsen, MMC, City Clerk
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MENARDS-CEDAR FALLS 2
26.99
OUTDOOR & MORE
1
192.06
PETERSON CONTRACTORS 127,184.42
UTILITY EQUIPMENT 1
183.21
RIDGEWAY AVE RECONST
BLACK HAWK CO.RECORD 3
86.00

FOTH INFRASTRUCTURE 2 109,757.21
TERRACON CONSULTANTS 1
196.00
SAFETY SUPPLIES
CINTAS FIRST AID & S 3
732.19
SINGLE FAM CONV INCE
HALI SIMMONS
1
5,000.00
SOFTWARE SUPPORT AGR
ACTIVE NETWORK, LLC 1
15,630.00
SHIELD TECHNOLOGY 1
9,232.50
STREET RECONSTRUCTIO
PETERSON CONTRACTORS
1
279,036.07
TERRACON CONSULTANTS 1
247.01
STREETS
ASPRO, INC.
3
1,110.84
BUILDERS SELECT LLC 2
51.73
CENTRAL STATES CONCR 1 4,650.00
NAPA AUTO PARTS
1
668.42
O'DONNELL ACE HARDWA 1
19.83
STREETSCAPE MAINTENA
SNYDER & ASSOCIATES, 1
2,784.00
STRUCTURE IMPROV & B
BLACK HAWK CO.RECORD 1
17.00
MID AMERICAN SIGNAL, 1
4,480.00
POLK'S LOCK SERVICE, 1
100.00
SURVEYING
UBBEN BUILDING SUPPL 1
650.00
SWIM POOL REPAIR & M
KEYSTONE LABORATORIE 1
46.50
NAPA AUTO PARTS
1
962.52
OUTDOOR & MORE
1
47.85
PLUMB TECH INC.
3
2,112.74
TELEPHONE HOLDING AC
ADVANCED SYSTEMS INC 1
152.17
CENTURYLINK
3
2,721.14
CENTURYLINK LONG 1
255.96
U.S. CELLULAR
1
85.13
TESTING & LAB
MIDLAND SCIENTIFIC, 3
530.33
TIF LEGAL FEES
AHLERS AND COONEY, P 1
150.00
TIRE REPAIRS
NAPA AUTO PARTS
1
756.65
TOOLS
GIERKE-ROBINSON COMP 1
136.57
KAY, PHILIP R.
1
24.20
MENARDS-CEDAR FALLS 2
62.12
NAPA AUTO PARTS
1
92.36
POLK'S LOCK SERVICE, 1
12.00
TOURISM MARKETING GR
FIRST
1
3,000.00
FIRST ROBOTICS COMPE 1 (3,000.00)
TOWELS
ARAMARK
4
93.38
TRANSFERS - TIF
CAPITAL PROJECTS FUN 2
4,334.32
DEBT SERVICE
1
639.87
TRANSFERS TO GENERAL
GENERAL FUND
1
9,975.48
TRAVEL (FOOD/MILEAGE
GAINES, RON
2
361.92
GRAHAM, SHANE
1
1,084.41
HINES, CORY
1
275.52
HOWARD, MARK A.
2
1,024.20
LADAGE, ZACH
1
(131.04)
UNIFORM ALLOWANCE
BELZ, MATTHEW
1
62.04
HAISLET, MICHAEL 1
43.98
MERCADO, JAVIER
1
78.95
O'NEILL, DENNIS
1
140.98
WERTJES UNIFORMS 24
5,545.62
YATES, KELLI
1
133.74
UNIFORMS
AWARDS, GIFTS & ENGR 1
24.75
SERVICEWEAR APPAREL, 3
849.37
WERTJES UNIFORMS 2
160.50
UNIV AVE RECONSTRUCT
FOTH INFRASTRUCTURE 1
4,076.59
PETERSON CONTRACTORS 116,096.52
USGS RIVER GAUGE
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY 1
10.42
UTILITIES
CEDAR FALLS UTILITIE 13
42,038.59
VEHICLE SUPPLIES
NAPA AUTO PARTS
1
38,032.13
O'DONNELL ACE HARDWA 1
23.38
VIKING ROAD EXTENSIO
SNYDER & ASSOCIATES, 1
7,183.50
WEST 1ST STREET
BLACK HAWK CO.RECORD 40 1,070.00
CODY T. & MEGAN M. H 1
(6,440.00)
FEDERAL EXPRESS
1
48.40
WORK BY OUTSIDE AGEN
C & C WELDING & 1
465.75
CEDAR VALLEY AUTO GL 1
50.00
WORKERS COMP INSURAN
MERCYONE WATERLOO 3
200.70
YOUTH SPORTS/ACTIVE
SJOLANDER, KRISTEN 1
17.21
GRAND TOTAL: 588
1,200,551.73
DISBURSEMENT BY FUND
GENERAL FUND
364,870.98
STREET CONSTRUCTION
12,093.97
SECTION 8 HOUSING FU
33.49
COMMUNITY BLOCK GRAN
2,703.93
STREET REPAIR FUND
389,236.29
CABLE TV FUND
6,189.95
PARKING FUND
11.13
TOURISM & VISITORS
5,829.88
POLICE FORFEITURE FU
2,822.96
FEMA
1,750.00
STREET IMPROVEMENT F
20,173.11
2004 TIF BOND
27,253.20
2012 BOND
39,214.59
2018 BOND
31.52
CAPITAL PROJECTS
27,878.38
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT 9,089.60
REFUSE FUND
2,376.56
SEWER RENTAL FUND
53,396.75
STORM WATER UTILITY
28,334.74
DATA PROCESSING FUND
37,690.87
HEALTH INSURANCE FUN
2,500.00
VEHICLE MAINTENANCE
40,876.14
LTD INSURANCE FUND
7,186.24
LIABILITY INSURANCE
15,453.13
GENERAL FUND
45,843.31
TAX INCREMENT FINANC
4,974.19
STREET CONSTRUCTION
1,349.55
SECTION 8 HOUSING FU
(6,099.00)
STREET REPAIR FUND
86.00
CABLE TV FUND
1,565.00
PARKING FUND
15.09
TOURISM & VISITORS
3,000.00
SENIOR SERVICES & CO
591.70
POLICE RETIREMENT FU
558.08
2012 BOND
(5,370.00)
CAPITAL PROJECTS
73.28
REFUSE FUND
935.70
SEWER RENTAL FUND
25,227.87
STORM WATER UTILITY
17.00
DATA PROCESSING FUND
6,672.75
HEALTH SEVERANCE
238.30
PAYROLL FUND
10,312.59
WORKERS COMPENSATION
200.70
LIABILITY INSURANCE
3,386.73
TRUST & AGENCY
9,975.48
TOTAL
1,200,551.73

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