Details for Cedar Falls, City of - Legals - Ad from 2020-10-16

CITY HALL
CEDAR FALLS, IOWA, OCTOBER 5, 2020
REGULAR MEETING, CITY COUNCIL
MAYOR ROBERT M. GREEN 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, at 7:00 P.M. on the above
date. Members present: Miller, deBuhr, Kruse, Harding, Darrah, Sires, Dunn. Absent: None.
53014 - It was moved by Kruse and seconded by Harding that
the minutes of the Regular Meeting of September 21, 2020 be
approved as presented and ordered of record. Motion carried
unanimously.
53015 - Mayor Green announced that in accordance with the
public notice of September 25, 2020, this was the time and
place for a public hearing on a proposal to undertake a public
improvement project for the Greenhill Road and South Main
Street Intersection Improvements Project and to authorize
acquisition of private property for said project. 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.
53016 - The Mayor then asked if there were any written communications filed to the proposed project and acquisitions.
Upon being advised that there were no written communications on file, the Mayor then called for oral comments. City
Engineer Wicke provided a brief summary of the proposed
project and responded to questions and comments by Gary
Wilson, 4319 South Main Street, Penny Popp, 4805 South
Main Street, Jim Skaine, 2215 Clay Street, Brian Kalina,
speaking on behalf of his mother who resides at 113 Balboa
Avenue, and Whitney Smith, 2904 Neola Street. There being
no one else present wishing to speak about the proposed
public improvement project, the Mayor declared the hearing
closed and passed to the next order of business.
53017 - It was moved by Darrah and seconded by Kruse that
Resolution #22,132, approving a public improvement for the
Greenhill Road and South Main Street Intersection Improvements Project and authorizing acquisition of private property
for said project, be adopted. Following questions and comments by Councilmembers Harding, deBuhr, Sires, Dunn, Darrah, Miller and Kruse, and responses by Public Works Director
Schrage, Design Consultant Justin Campbell, City Engineer
Wicke, and City Administrator Gaines, the Mayor put the
question on the motion and upon call of the roll, the following
named Councilmembers voted. Aye: Kruse, Harding, Darrah,
Dunn, Miller, deBuhr. Nay: Sires. Motion Carried. The Mayor
then declared Resolution #22,132 duly passed and adopted.
53018 - It was moved by Darrah and seconded by Miller that
Ordinance #2970, amending Chapter 23, Traffic and Motor
Vehicles, of the Code of Ordinances relative to establishing a
4-way stop at the intersection of West 12th Street and Walnut
Street, 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: Kruse, Harding, Darrah,
Dunn, Miller, deBuhr. Nay: Sires. Motion carried. The Mayor
then declared Ordinance #2970 duly passed and adopted.
53019 - It was moved by Kruse and seconded by deBuhr that
Ordinance #2971, granting a partial property tax exemption
to Owen 5, LLC for construction of an industrial use shop/
office facility at 1325 Rail Way, be passed upon its second
consideration. Following a question by Jim Skaine, 2215
Clay Street, and responses by Mayor Green, Councilmembers
Harding and Darrah, and City Administrator Gaines, the Mayor
put the question on the motion and upon call of the roll, the
following named Councilmembers voted. Aye: Kruse, Harding,
Darrah, Sires, Dunn, Miller, deBuhr. Nay: None. Motion carried.
53020 - It was moved by deBuhr and seconded by Kruse that
Ordinance #2972, granting a partial property tax exemption
to Tjaden Properties, LLC for construction of an industrial use
manufacturing/shop facility at 2800 Technology Parkway, 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: Kruse, Harding, Darrah, Sires, Dunn,
Miller, deBuhr. Nay: None. Motion carried.
53021 - It was moved by Kruse and seconded by Miller that
Ordinance #2973, granting a partial property tax exemption to
Zuidberg NA, LLC for construction of an industrial use warehouse and office facility at 2700 Capital Way, 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: Kruse, Harding, Darrah, Sires, Dunn, Miller, deBuhr. Nay:
None. Motion carried.
53022 - It was moved by Kruse and seconded by Miller that
the following items and recommendations on the Consent
Calendar be received, filed and approved:
Receive and file a proclamation recognizing October 12, 2020
as Indigenous Peoples Day.
Approve the following recommendation of the Mayor relative
to the appointment of members to Boards and Commissions.
a) Reginald Green, Library Board of Trustees, term ending
06/30/2024.
b) Andrew Stensland, Visitors & Tourism Board, term ending
07/1/2023.
Receive and file the Committee of the Whole minutes of September 21, 2020 relative to the following items:
a) Refuse Rate Study.
b) Snow Removal on Trails.
Receive and file Departmental Monthly Reports for August
2020.
Approve the following applications for beer permits and liquor
licenses:
a) Aldi Inc., 6322 University Avenue, Class C beer & Class B
wine - renewal.
b) Peppers Grill & Sports Pub, 620 East 18th Street, Class C
liquor - renewal.
c) Casey’s General Store, 601 Main Street, Class E liquor renewal.
d) The Music Station, 1420 West 1st Street, Class E liquor –
renewal.
Motion carried unanimously.
53023 - It was moved by Kruse and seconded by deBuhr to
receive and file the City Council Work Session minutes of September 21, 2020 relative to City Council Goal Setting Format.
Following a question by Jim Skaine, 2215 Clay Street, and
response by Mayor Green, the motion carried unanimously.
53024 - It was moved by Kruse and seconded by Harding that
the following resolutions be introduced and adopted:
Resolution #22,133, approving and authorizing execution of
a 28E Agreement for Tobacco, Alternative Nicotine and Vapor
Product Enforcement with the Iowa Alcoholic Beverages Division.
Resolution #22,134, approving and authorizing execution of
three Owner Purchase Agreements, approving a Claim for
Non-Residential Relocation Assistance Reimbursement; and
approving and accepting one Public Utility Easement and
three Owner’s Temporary Easements, in conjunction with the
Cedar Heights Drive Reconstruction Project.
Resolution #22,135, approving and accepting the contract
and bond of Peterson Contractors, Inc. for the Mandalay Slope
Stabilization Project.
Resolution #22,136, approving and authorizing execution of a
Predesign Agreement for Primary Road Project with the Iowa
Department of Transportation (IDOT) relative to the Highway
58 & Ridgeway Avenue Reconstruction Project.
Resolution #22,137, approving a Public Zoning District site

plan for construction of a new high school located in the vicinity of West 27th Street and PE Center Drive.
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: Kruse, Harding, Darrah,
Sires, Dunn, Miller, deBuhr. Nay: None. Motion carried. The
Mayor then declared Resolutions #22,133 through #22,137
duly passed and adopted.
53025 It was moved by Harding and seconded by deBuhr that Resolution #22,138, approving a College Hill Neighborhood (CHN) Overlay Zoning District site plan
for temporary wheat paste murals in the College Hill Business
District, be adopted. Following supporting comments by College Hill Partnership Executive Director Kathryn Sogard, 330
Columbia Circle, Waterloo, the Mayor put the question on the
motion and upon call of the roll, the following named Councilmembers voted. Aye: Kruse, Harding, Darrah, Sires, Dunn,
Miller, deBuhr. Nay: None. Motion carried. The Mayor then
declared Resolution #22,138 duly passed and adopted.
53026 - It was moved by Kruse and seconded by Miller that
Resolution #22,139, approving and authorizing execution of a
Release of Minimum Assessment Agreement and Agreement
for Private Development; and approving and accepting a Warranty Deed, relative to an Agreement for Private Development
with CRMS, L.L.C., be adopted. Following a question by Jim
Skaine, 2215 Clay Street, and responses by Economic Development Coordinator Graham and City Attorney Rogers, the
Mayor put the question on the motion and upon call of the
roll, the following named Councilmembers voted. Aye: Kruse,
Harding, Darrah, Sires, Dunn, Miller, deBuhr. Nay: None. Motion carried. The Mayor then declared Resolution #22,139 duly
passed and adopted.
53027 - It was moved by Darrah and seconded by Kruse
that Ordinance #2974, amending Chapter 10, Garbage and
Refuse, of the Code of Ordinances relative to refuse rates, be
passed upon its first consideration. Following questions and
comments by Jim Skaine, 2215 Clay Street, and Councilmember Kruse, and responses by City Administrator Gaines
and Operations and Maintenance Division Manager Heath, the
Mayor put the question on the motion and upon call of the
roll, the following named Councilmembers voted. Aye: Kruse,
Harding, Darrah, Sires, Dunn, Miller, deBuhr. Nay: None. Motion carried.
53028 - It was moved by Harding and seconded by Miller that
the bills and payroll of October 5, 2020 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. Following a question by Jim
Skaine, 2215 Clay Street, and response by Mayor Green, the
Mayor put the question on the motion and upon call of the
roll, the following named Councilmembers voted. Aye: Kruse,
Harding, Darrah, Sires, Dunn, Miller, deBuhr. Nay: None. Motion carried.
53029 - City Administrator Gaines responded to questions by
Councilmember Kruse and Mayor Green by announcing October 19, 2020 as the date of a City Council Work Session to
discuss Council Effectiveness.
53030 - The Mayor introduced Northern Iowa Student Government Liaison Jordan Peterson and he commented on early
voting at the UNI Dome, and encouraged the public to participate in the ‘Imagine College Hill’ project.
53031 - Jim Skaine, 2215 Clay Street, expressed concerns
about the proposed roundabout at the Greenhill Road and
South Main Street intersection, and public participation during
City Council goal setting.
53032 - It was moved by Darrah and seconded by Kruse to
adjourn to Executive Session to discuss Property Acquisition
per Iowa Code Section 21.5(1)(j) to discuss the purchase or
sale of particular real estate only where premature disclosure
could be reasonably expected to increase the price the governmental body would have to pay for that property or reduce
the price the governmental body would receive for that property, following Public Forum. Upon call of the roll, the following
named Councilmembers voted. Aye: Kruse, Harding, Darrah,
Sires, Dunn, Miller, deBuhr. Nay: None. Motion carried.
The City Council adjourned to Executive Session at 8:49 P.M.
Mayor Green reconvened the Council Meeting at 9:06 P.M. and
stated that Property Acquisition had been discussed but that
no further action was required at this time.
53033 - It was moved by Kruse and seconded by deBuhr
that the meeting be adjourned at 9:07 P.M. Motion carried
unanimously.
Jacqueline Danielsen, MMC, City Clerk
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144.37

1
1
1
1

29.30
537.00
65.00
13,758.00

1

126.22

1

5,000.00

8

274.00

1
1
1

85.00
25.00
232.00

1

162.00

1

19.38

1
1
1
1

15.75
582.50
75.00
12.69

1

46,252.91

3

55.32

7

12,180.90

1

264.26

1
1

375.73
15.38

RHOMAR INDUSTRIES, I
SANITARY SEWER REPAI
CRITEX LLC
STETSON BUILDING PRO
SANITARY SEWERS
BENTON’S READY MIX
CRITEX LLC
MENARDS-CEDAR FALLS
O’DONNELL ACE HARDWA
SINGLE FAM CONV INCE
MARIBETH BOELTS
SLUDGE REMOVAL
BLACK HAWK CO.LANDFI
STATE WITHHOLDING
IOWA DEPT.OF REVENUE
STORM SEWERS
BENTON’S READY MIX
MENARDS-CEDAR FALLS
STREET RECONSTRUCTIO
PETERSON CONTRACTORS
STREETS
ASPRO, INC.
BENTON’S READY MIX
BMC AGGREGATES L.C.
BUILDERS SELECT LLC
GIERKE-ROBINSON COMP
NAPA AUTO PARTS
O’DONNELL ACE HARDWA
SAM ANNIS & CO.
STREETSCAPE MAINTENA
CUNNINGHAM CONSTRUCT
STRUCTURE IMPROV & B
AECOM TECHNICAL SERV
BENTON’S SAND & GRAV
POSPISIL PAINTING, I
SWIM POOL REPAIR & M
PLUMB TECH INC.
TELEPHONE HOLDING AC
U.S. CELLULAR
VERIZON WIRELESS
TESTING & LAB
HUPP ELECTRIC MOTORS
MIDLAND SCIENTIFIC,
TIRE REPAIRS
NAPA AUTO PARTS
TOWELS
CITY LAUNDERING CO.
TRAFFIC SIGNS
IOWA PRISON INDUSTRI
TRAVEL (FOOD/MILEAGE
HOEFT, MORGAN
HY-VEE KITCHEN
ROSS, MAXTON
SHAFER, SAM
TUITION ASSISTANCE
CARMAN, GAVIN
UNIFORMS
DXP ENTERPRISES, INC
SERVICEWEAR APPAREL,
UNION ROAD TRAIL
SNYDER & ASSOCIATES,
USGS RIVER GAUGE
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY
UTILITIES
CEDAR FALLS UTILITIE
VEHICLE MAINT. SOFTW
NAPA AUTO PARTS
VEHICLE SUPPLIES
FORCE AMERICA DISTRI
NAPA AUTO PARTS
WEST 1ST STREET
MNN ENTERPRISES
MNN ENTERPRISES, INC
WORK BY OUTSIDE AGEN
MURPHY TRACTOR &
WITHAM AUTO CENTERS
WORKERS COMP INSURAN
EMC RISK SERVICES, L
YOUTH SPORTS/ACTIVE
IOWA SPORTS SUPPLY,
PIONEER MANUFACTURIN
XPRESSIONS
GRAND TOTAL:
DISBURSEMENT BY FUND
GENERAL FUND
STREET CONSTRUCTION
SECTION 8 HOUSING FU
COMMUNITY BLOCK GRAN
STREET REPAIR FUND
TOURISM & VISITORS
REC FACILITIES CAPIT
HEARST CAPITAL
FEMA
2004 TIF BOND
2012 BOND
2020 BOND FUND
2018 STORM WATER BON
REFUSE FUND
SEWER RENTAL FUND
STORM WATER UTILITY
DATA PROCESSING FUND
VEHICLE MAINTENANCE
LIABILITY INSURANCE
GENERAL FUND
STREET CONSTRUCTION
HOSPITAL FUND
SECTION 8 HOUSING FU
COMMUNITY BLOCK GRAN
CABLE TV FUND
PARKING FUND
TOURISM & VISITORS
SENIOR SERVICES & CO
POLICE RETIREMENT FU
FIRE RETIREMENT FUND
2012 BOND
CAPITAL PROJECTS
REFUSE FUND
SEWER RENTAL FUND
STORM WATER UTILITY
DATA PROCESSING FUND
HEALTH INSURANCE FUN
HEALTH SEVERANCE
PAYROLL FUND
WORKERS COMPENSATION
LIABILITY INSURANCE
TOTAL

1

14,810.90

1
2

1,953.95
940.40

2
1
1
1

-94.50
1,015.24
27.60
3.50

1

5,000.00

1

182.10

2

57,249.96

5
1

-1,523.75
8.82

1

172,808.08

3
7
1
1
1
1
3
1

1,941.28
53.50
906.09
129.50
143.11
111.93
127.75
122.02

1

39,528.55

1
1
1

5,745.31
10,314.67
117,700.00

1

2,479.21

2
1

2,423.21
1,194.13

1
1

1,410.00
30.28

1

470.04

2

73.75

1

7,124.45

2
2
5
1

0.00
3,237.00
188.80
166.80

1

1,412.11

15
15

2,508.04
1,296.75

1

30,762.17

1

10.42

13

35,937.29

1

1,059.24

2
1

1,025.42
24,019.06

1
1

100.00
-100.00

1
1

657.33
104.16

4

45,622.39

1
1
1
676

87.00
605.00
200.00
2,580,727.78
254,638.15
98,659.37
13,758.00
7,017.03
274,198.51
590.00
117,700.00
1,000.00
3,460.02
39,528.55
38,201.40
86,790.24
10,314.67
27,506.67
23,438.75
-1,514.93
45,393.59
70,328.17
284.73
35,532.82
1,527.70
5,142.00
104,402.79
0.00
1,301.59
81.34
57.38
99.05
1,053.00
870.64
30,000.00
126.22
25,999.55
28,083.39
62.00
6,952.34
237,082.71
303.57
933,727.88
45,622.39
11,406.50
2,580,727.78

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