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CITY HALL
CEDAR FALLS, IOWA, AUGUST 5, 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.
52424 -It was moved by Kruse and seconded by Green that the minutes of the
Regular Meeting of July 15, 2019 be approved as presented and ordered of record. Motion carried unanimously.
Kevin Dill, former Director of Veteran
Affairs, announced that a representative from the Veterans Affairs Midwest
Healthcare Network will be at the Public
Safety Facility at 6:00 p.m. on August 6,
2019 to address healthcare for veterans.
Mayor Brown read a proclamation declaring August 2019 as Gastroparesis
Awareness Month, and Nikki Morrissey
commented.
52425 -Mayor Brown announced that the
oaths for public safety and reserve officers are being rescheduled to the August
19, 2019 City Council meeting.
52426 -Mayor Brown announced that in
accordance with the public notice of July
19, 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 Sidewalk Assessment Project, Zone 2. It was then
moved by Wieland and seconded by
deBuhr that the proof of publication of
notice of hearing be received and placed
on file. Motion carried unanimously.
52427 -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. Civil Engineer
Tolan 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.
52428 -It was moved by Blanford and
seconded by Miller that Resolution
#21,634, approving and adopting the
plans, specifications, form of contract &
estimate of cost for the 2019 Sidewalk
Assessment Project, Zone 2, be adopted. 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 Resolution #21,634 duly passed and adopted.
52429 Mayor Brown
announced that in accordance with the
public notice of July 19, 2019, this was
the time and place for a public hearing
on the proposed vacation of a 15-foot
wide pedestrian trail access easement
along the southern border of the Western Home Campus between South Main
Street and Prairie Parkway. It was then
moved by Darrah and seconded by Blanford that the proof of publication of notice
of hearing be received and placed on file.
Motion carried unanimously.
52430 -The Mayor then asked if there
were any written communications filed to
the proposed vacation. Upon being advised that there were no written communications on file, the Mayor then called
for oral comments. Planner III Sturch provided a brief summary of the proposed
vacation. There being no one else present wishing to speak about the proposed
vacation, the Mayor declared the hearing
closed and passed to the next order of
business.
52431 -It was moved by deBuhr and seconded by Darrah that Resolution #21,635,
approving and authorizing the vacation
of a 15-foot wide pedestrian trail access
easement located along the southern
border of the Western Home Campus
between South Main Street and Prairie
Parkway, be adopted. 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 Resolution #21,635 duly
passed and adopted.
52432 -Mayor Brown announced that in
accordance with the public notice of July
19, 2019, this was the time and place for
a public hearing on the proposed ordinance granting a partial property tax
exemption to ACOH, LLC for construction of an industrial use manufacturing
and office facility at 6601 Development
Drive. It was then moved by Blanford and
seconded by Miller that the proof of publication of notice of hearing be received
and placed on file. Motion carried unanimously.
52433 -The Mayor then asked if there
were any written communications filed to
the proposed exemption. Upon being advised that there were no written communications on file, the Mayor then called
for oral comments. Economic Development Coordinator Graham commented
briefly. There being no one else present
wishing to speak about the proposed exemption, the Mayor declared the hearing
closed and passed to the next order of
business.
52434 -It was moved by Kruse and seconded by Green that Ordinance #2950,
granting a partial property tax exemption to ACOH, LLC for construction of an
industrial use manufacturing and office
facility at 6601 Development Drive, 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, Green. Nay: None. Motion carried.
52435 -Mayor Brown announced that in
accordance with the public notice of July
19, 2019, this was the time and place for
a public hearing on the proposed ordinance granting a partial property tax exemption to Buckeye Corrugated, Inc. for
construction of an industrial use warehouse and production facility at 2900
Capital Way. It was then moved by Kruse
and seconded by Blanford that the proof
of publication of notice of hearing be received and placed on file. Motion carried
unanimously.
52436 -The Mayor then asked if there
were any written communications filed to
the proposed exemption. Upon being advised that there were no written communications on file, the Mayor then called
for oral comments. Economic Development Coordinator Graham commented
briefly. There being no one else present
wishing to speak about the proposed exemption, the Mayor declared the hearing
closed and passed to the next order of
business.
52437 - It was moved by Kruse and seconded by Wieland that Ordinance #2951,
granting a partial property tax exemption
to Buckeye Corrugated, Inc. for construction of an industrial use warehouse
and production facility at 2900 Capital
Way, 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, Green. Nay: None. Motion
carried.
52438 -Mayor Brown announced that in
accordance with the public notice of July
19, 2019, this was the time and place
for a public hearing on the proposed
ordinance granting a partial property
tax exemption to FN Investors, LLC for
construction of an industrial use lab and
office facility at 3019 Venture Way. It was
then moved by Kruse and seconded by
Blanford that the proof of publication of
notice of hearing be received and placed
on file. Motion carried unanimously.
52439 -The Mayor then asked if there
were any written communications filed to
the proposed exemption. Upon being advised that there were no written communications on file, the Mayor then called
for oral comments. Economic Development Coordinator Graham commented
briefly. There being no one else present
wishing to speak about the proposed exemption, the Mayor declared the hearing
closed and passed to the next order of
business.
52440 -It was moved by Kruse and seconded by Blanford that Ordinance #2952,
granting a partial property tax exemption
to FN Investors, LLC for construction of
an industrial use lab and office facility at
3019 Venture Way, 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, Green.
Nay: None. Motion carried.
52441 - It was moved by Wieland 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 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 Coun-

cilmembers voted. Aye: Miller, deBuhr,
Kruse, Blanford, Darrah, Wieland, Green.
Nay: None. Motion carried. The Mayor
then declared Ordinance #2949 duly
passed and adopted.
52442 -It was moved by Miller and seconded by deBuhr that the following items
and recommendations on the Consent
Calendar be received, filed and approved:
Receive and file the resignation of Evan
Renfro as a member of the Library Board
of Trustees.
Receive and file the Committee of the
Whole minutes of July 15, 2019 relative to
the following items:
a) River Gauge Update.
b) Snow removal requests on sidewalks/
trails.
c) Bills & Payroll.
Receive and file the report of the July 22,
2019 Joint Meeting of the City Council &
the Utilities Board of Trustees.
Receive and file Departmental Monthly
Reports of June 2019.
Approve the request of Community Main
Street for temporary signs for the Downtown Shuttle.
Approve the following special event related requests:
a) Street closures, Fondo Cedar Valley
Bike Ride, August 17, 2019.
b) Parking variance, Campus Street, August 19-23, 2019.
c) Street closure, West 5th Street, August
31, 2019.
d) Scott Sterrett Memorial Half Marathon,
September 7, 2019.
e) Closure of a portion of Municipal Lot
G, Pear Fair & Oktoberfest, September
27-30, 2019.
Approve the following applications for
cigarette/tobacco/nicotine/vapor
permits:
a) Dollar General Store, 1922 Valley Park
Drive.
b) Fleet Farm, 400 West Ridgeway Avenue.
c) Fleet Farm Fuel, 108 West Ridgeway
Avenue.
Approve the following applications for
beer permits and liquor licenses:
a) Vintage Iron, 104 Main Street, Class B
native wine - renewal.
b) The Black Hawk Hotel/Bar Winslow/
Farm Shed, 115-119 Main Street, Class
B liquor, Class B wine & outdoor service
- renewal.
c) Octopus, 2205 College Street, Class C
liquor & outdoor service - renewal.
d) The Library, 2222 College Street, Class
C liquor & outdoor service - renewal.
e) The Other Place, 4214 University Avenue, Class C liquor & outdoor service
- renewal.
f) Texas Roadhouse, 5715 University Avenue, Class C liquor - change in ownership.
g) The Pump Haus Pub & Grill, 311 Main
Street, Class C liquor & outdoor service sidewalk café.
h) Community Main Street (FondoFest),
Overman Park, Special Class C liquor &
outdoor service - 5-day permit.
Motion carried unanimously.
52443 -It was moved by Green and seconded by Blanford that the following
resolutions be introduced and adopted:
Resolution # 21,636, approving and
authorizing execution of an Easement
Agreement, in conjunction with a sidewalk café at 311 Main Street.
Resolution # 21,637, approving a Claim
for Non-Residential Relocation Assistance Reimbursement, in conjunction
with the West 1st Street Reconstruction
Project.
Resolution #21,638, approving and accepting the contract and bond of K. Cunningham Construction Company, Inc.
for the South Main Street Parking Lot
Project.
Resolution #21,639, approving and authorizing execution of a Contract for
Completion of Improvements with Western Home Independent Living Services,
Inc. and approving an Escrow Agreement
relative to the final plat of Western Home
Communities Ninth Addition.
Resolution #21,640, receiving and filing
the bids, and approving and accepting
the low bid of Minturn, Inc., in the amount
of $186,793.00, for the 2019 Bridge Maintenance Project.
Resolution #21,641, approving the application for Traffic Safety Improvement
Program (TSIP) Funding with the Iowa
Department of Transportation relative to
the Cedar Heights Drive and Greenhill
Road Intersection Improvements.
Resolution #21,642, approving and
adopting revised Rules of Procedure for
the Board of Adjustment.
Resolution #21,643, approving the final
plat of Park Ridge Estates Subdivision.
Resolution #21,644, approving the final
plat of Western Home Communities Ninth
Addition.
Resolution #21,645, approving and accepting the low bid, and approving and
authorizing execution of a Rehabilitation
Contract with Brothers Construction Enterprises, Inc., relative to a HOME housing rehabilitation project.
Resolution #21,646, approving and authorizing execution of an Assignment and
Assumption Agreement by CV Properties
2, LLC to CV Commercial 2, LLC relative
to a private development agreement for
development of property located at 917
West 23rd Street.
Resolution #21,647, approving a revised
Highway 20 Commercial Corridor Overlay
Zoning District site plan for construction
of a restaurant and convenience store/
gas station/automobile service station to
be located on Lot 2 of Gateway Business
Park at Cedar Falls I.
Resolution #21,648, approving a PC-2,
Planned Commercial Zoning District site
plan for construction of a retail/professional office building at 918 Viking Road.
Resolution #21,649, approving and authorizing the expenditure of funds to
order pavers to complete the brick pattern for Peter Melendy Park and East 2nd
Street sidewalk at MU2.
Resolution #21,650, receiving and filing,
and setting August 19, 2019 as the date
of public hearing on, the proposed plans,
specifications, form of contract & estimate of cost for the 2019 Peter Melendy
Park Renovation Project.
Resolution #21,651, setting August 19,
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 Strickler Properties, 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 #21,636 through #21,651 duly
passed and adopted.
52444 - It was moved by Blanford and
seconded by Wieland that the following
resolutions be introduced and adopted:
Resolution #21,652, approving and authorizing execution of an Agreement in
Support of the Beau's Beautiful Blessings, Inc. relative to an FY20 Community
Betterment Grant.
Resolution #21,653, approving and authorizing execution of an Agreement in
Support of the Cedar Falls Community
Theatre, Inc. relative to an FY20 Community Betterment Grant.
Resolution #21,654, approving and authorizing execution of an Agreement in
Support of the Cedar Falls Historical Society relative to an FY20 Community Betterment Grant.
Resolution #21,655, approving and authorizing execution of an Agreement in
Support of the HusomeStrong Foundation relative to an FY20 Community Betterment Grant.
Resolution #21,656, approving and authorizing execution of an Agreement in
Support of the Volunteer Center of the
Cedar Valley relative to an FY20 Community Betterment Grant.
Resolution #21,657, approving and authorizing execution of an Agreement
in Support of the Waterloo-Cedar Falls
Symphony Orchestra Association relative
to an FY20 Community Betterment Grant.
Following a question by Councilmember
Wieland and response 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,
Green. Nay: None. Motion carried. The
Mayor then declared Resolutions #21,652
through #21,657 duly passed and adopted.
52445 -It was moved by Miller and
seconded by deBuhr that Resolution
#21,658, approving and authorizing execution of a Contract for Completion of
Improvements with BJW Holdings, LLC
relative to the final plat of Park Ridge Estates, be adopted. Following a question
by Councilmember Green and response
by 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, Green. Nay: None. Motion carried. The Mayor then declared Resolution
#21,658 duly passed and adopted.
52446 -It was moved by Miller and seconded by Darrah that Resolution #21,659,
approving and authorizing execution of
Supplemental Agreement No. 9 to the
Professional Service Agreement with
Snyder & Associates, Inc. for 2019 Engi-

neering Services relative to the Northern
Cedar Falls Drainage Study, be adopted.
Following a question by Councilmember
Miller and response by 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, Green. Nay:
None. Motion carried. The Mayor then
declared Resolution #21,659 duly passed
and adopted.
52447 -It was moved by Darrah and seconded by Miller that Resolution #21,660,
approving the final plat of Greenhill
Village Townhomes II, Phase I, be adopted. Community Development Director Sheetz responded to a question by
Councilmember deBuhr, and Planner II
Lehmann provided a brief background on
the proposed plat.
Community Services Manager Howard,
Planner II Lehmann, City Attorney Rogers, Community Development Director
Sheetz and City Administrator Gaines
responded to questions and comments
by Councilmembers deBuhr, Kruse, Darrah and Green.
The following individuals spoke opposed
to the proposed development:
Chris Nolan, 1510 Athens Court
Mary Ann Nolan, 1510 Athens Court
Rita Durchenwald, 1525 Athens Court (on
behalf of Tim Tjarks, 1521 Athens Court)
Tim Hanson, 1517 Athens Court
Following questions and comments by
Councilmembers Miller, Blanford, Kruse
and Wieland, and responses by Manager
Howard, Mayor Brown, Attorney Rogers, Administrator Gaines and Director
Sheetz, the Mayor put the question on
the motion and upon call of the roll, the
following named Councilmembers voted.
Aye: Miller, Blanford, Darrah, Wieland,
Green. Nay: deBuhr, Kruse. Motion carried 5-2. The Mayor then declared Resolution #21,660 duly passed and adopted.
52448 - It was moved by Miller and seconded by Green that a resolution approving a Mixed Use Residential Zoning District site plan for a multi-unit residential
development on Lot 1, Greenhill Village
Townhomes II, Phase I be adopted. Planner II Lehmann presented the proposed
site plan.
The following individuals spoke opposed
to the proposed site plan:
Tim Hanson, 1517 Athens Court
Mary Ann Nolan, 1510 Athens Court
Michelle Hanson, 1517 Athens Court
Ryan Frost, 4718 Addison Drive
Robin Frost, 4718 Addison Drive
Chris Nolan, 1510 Athens Court
Steve Troskey, Clapsaddle-Garber Associates (CGA) spoke on behalf of the
developer. Following questions and
comments by Councilmembers deBuhr,
Miller and Darrah, and responses by
Community Services Manager Howard,
City Administrator Gaines and City Attorney Rogers, it was moved by deBuhr
and seconded by Blanford to table the
original motion. Motion to table carried
unanimously.
52449 -It was moved by Green and seconded by Blanford that Ordinance #2953,
amending Ordinance No. 1923, 2122,
2461, 2696, 2785 and 2923, providing
that general property taxes levied and
collected each year on all property located within the amended Cedar Falls Unified Highway 58 Corridor Urban Renewal
Area, by and for the benefit of the State of
Iowa, City of Cedar Falls, County of Black
Hawk, Cedar Falls Community School
District, Hudson Community School
District, Dike-New Hartford Community
School District and other taxing districts,
be paid to a special fund for payment of
principal and interest on loans, monies
advanced to and indebtedness, including
bonds issued or to be issued, incurred by
the City in connection with Amendment
No. 5 to the Cedar Falls Unified Highway 58 Corridor Urban Renewal Area,
be passed upon its first consideration.
Following a question by Councilmember
Green 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, Green.
Nay: None. Motion carried.
52450 -It was moved by deBuhr and
seconded by Blanford that the bills and
payroll of August 5, 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.
52451 It was moved by deBuhr and seconded
by Blanford to refer to the Planning and
Zoning Commission the Master Plan for
Greenhill Village Townhomes, particularly
Lot A, and that the developer work with
surrounding property owners to develop
a plan that will preserve the character of
the neighborhood. The motion to refer
carried unanimously.
52452 -Communication Specialist Huisman announced the ‘National Night Out’
event that will be held at the Cedar Falls
Target on August 6, 2019 from 4-7 P.M.
The Cedar Falls Public Safety staff will be
helping with this family fun event.
Community
Development
Director
Sheetz announced that Cedar Falls was
awarded the 2019 All-Star Community
Award from the Iowa League of Cities
for the University Avenue Reconstruction
Project. The award will be accepted on
September 26, 2019.
Public Safety Services Director Olson
and Public Works Director Schrage provided an update on the traffic control
devices that have been implemented on
West 2nd Street.
Public Safety Services Director Olson
responded to questions by Councilmembers Miller, deBuhr and Green regarding
commercial fire alarm response protocol.
Public Safety Services Director Olson
and City Attorney Rogers responded to
questions by Mayor Brown, Councilmembers Miller, Wieland and Kruse regarding
firefighter lawsuits, appeals, complaints
and training.
Councilmember Green announced the
Greenhill Road and South Main Street
neighborhood event taking place on August 6, 2019 from 6-8 P.M.
52453 -Public Safety Services Director
Olson and Public Works Director Schrage
responded to concerns expressed by
Butch Brown, 421 Spruce Hills Drive, and
questions by Councilmembers Blanford
and Miller regarding MercyOne’s ambulance service response and additional
street lighting needed at intersection of
Greenhill Road and West 27th Street.
Public Safety Services Director Olson
responded to questions by Simon Harding, 2238 Sunnyside Circle, regarding the
number of firefighters previously (low
30s) compared to now (60-70).
Public Safety Services Director Olson
responded to comments by Larry Wyckoff, 4241 Eastpark Road, regarding an
attempted kidnapping incident that occurred recently.
52454 -It was moved by Kruse and seconded by Green that the meeting be
adjourned at 9:13 P.M. Motion carried
unanimously.
Jacqueline Danielsen, MMC, City Clerk
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US ART COMPANY INC 1
1,877.58
GREENHILL ROAD EXTEN
AECOM TECHNICAL SERV 1 3,125.68
HEADQUARTER SUPPLIES
O'DONNELL ACE HARDWA 1
25.99
SIGNS BY TOMORROW 1
45.00
HEALTH INS. REIMBURS
ADVANTAGE ADMIN-SECT 2
82.38
HEALTH INSURANCE
EXPRESS SCRIPTS, INC 1
35,214.76
HOLMES MURPHY & 1
2,500.00
WELLMARK IOWA
1
27,626.02
HEALTH SEVERANCE PAY
ANDERSON, ALETA L. 1
135.50
HOUS.ASSIST PMTS-OCC
ARENDS INVESTMENTS 1
1,100.00
BARTELT PROPERTIES L 3
2,144.00
BARTELT RENTALS L.C. 2
609.00
BAUCH, JAMES C
2
1,076.00
C & H HOLDINGS LLC 1
670.00
CEDAR APARTMENTS LLC 1
630.00
CEDAR FALLS UTILITIE 24
1,462.00
CHRISTOPHERSON RENTA 14 6,034.00
CLARK ENTERPRISES LL 4
1,333.00
COOK CO.HOUSING 1
692.00
CRESCENT CONDOMINIUM 1
443.00
CTV MANAGER, LLC 1
410.00
CV COMMERCIAL, LLC 1
1,024.00
CV PROPERTIES, LLC 1
471.00
D & J PROPERTIES 5
2,718.00
DUTCHER, JOHN OR CAR 2
871.00
EDGE MANAGEMENT GROU 2 1,853.00
ELMCREST ESTATES, L. 1
591.00
EPM IOWA
7
4,602.00
EXCEPTIONAL PERSONS, 8
2,914.00
FERNHOLZ, KARI L. 1
1,280.00
FORTSCH, ALEX E. 1
1,000.00
G P MANAGEMENT LLC 1
410.00
GEELAN, JOSEPH N. 3
819.00
GERDES III, BENJAMIN 5
2,799.00
GLENN, MATTHEW
1
301.00
GOLD FALLS VILLA 2
887.00
GRAY, LEROY L. OR CA 1
210.00
HARBAUGH, DENNIS 1
459.00
HARRINGTON'S RENTAL 1
564.00
HAUS TO HOME INVESTM 1
715.00
J & A PROPERTIES 1
593.00
J C ENTERPRISES, INC 1
421.00
KAI, BRENT
1
153.00
KROEMER, KRAIG
1
375.00
KYLER, DEBRA K.
1
553.00
LEGACY RESIDENTIAL 1
334.00
LOWN, JAMES M.
2
617.00
MCKERNAN, JAMES M. 2
1,416.00
MELICK, KENT L.
1
553.00
MHP 2216 LINCOLN STR 7
3,063.00
MORRIS, RICHARD R. 1
858.00
OLSON & ESTATES LLC 9
3,350.00
OWL INVESTMENTS, LLC 1
705.00
PARRISH PROPERTIES 2
1,536.00
PAULSON, JAMES
2
545.00
PETERSEN RENTAL 1
801.00
PETERSEN, RANDEL 1
925.00
PURDY PROPERTIES, LL 2
1,530.00
RAISTY RENTALS LLC 1
836.00
RINNELS, DOUGLAS G. 2
558.00
ROGERS, DERICK
1
987.00
SCHLOBOHM, JEFFREY D 1
640.00
SCHUERMAN PROPERTIES 2 1,637.00
SMITH, LOUIS R.
2
1,003.00
STANDARD FAMILY 1
146.00
SUMX, LLC
1
983.00
SWEETING, LARRY
1
830.00
T.J.J.C. L.L.C.
2
456.00
THUNDER RIDGE 21
6,344.00
VALDIVIA, OSCAR J. 1
825.00
VILLAGE I AT NINE23 32
11,830.00
VILLAGE II AT NINE23 31
12,036.00
WEVERINK, RANDY 1
710.00
WEVERINK, TOM
2
1,651.00
WILKEN, HEATH
1
310.00
HOUSING REHAB.
CONNERLEY CONSTRUCTI 1 16,395.00
HUMANE SOCIETY
CEDAR BEND HUMANE 1
3,411.00
INCLUSIVE PARK
BENTON'S READY MIX 4
4,242.00
BLACK HAWK RENTAL 1
39.59
BMC AGGREGATES L.C. 3
609.68
BUILDERS SELECT LLC 2
86.98
ECHO GROUP, INC. 1
174.70
MENARDS-CEDAR FALLS 5
149.91
MIDLAND CONCRETE 1
464.92
O'DONNELL ACE HARDWA 1
43.68
PLUMB SUPPLY COMPANY 1
332.80
INTERNET DESIGN
SPINUTECH WEB DESIGN 1
540.00
ITEMS PURCHASED-DONA
INCLUSION CONNECTION 1
600.00
JOB NOTICES
REGISTER MEDIA
3
1,810.00
LAUNDRY
ARAMARK
2
12.00
CITY LAUNDERING CO. 1
3.00
LEGAL CONSULTANTS
AHLERS AND COONEY, P 1
3,900.00
FREDRIKSON & BYRON, 1 19,299.02
REDFERN,MASON,LARSEN 2
952.50
SWISHER & COHRT, P.L 1
2,600.00
LEGAL-CODE ENFORCEME
SWISHER & COHRT, P.L 1
1,000.00
LIABILITY INSURANCE
ALTERNATIVE SERVICE 1
26,255.00
ARTHUR J. GALLAGHER 5 269,337.85
C & C WELDING & 1
2,221.06
KIMIE RIDENOUR
1
732.88
LINDA GRIFFEN
1
37.45
RON BOLIN
1
20.00
SWISHER & COHRT, P.L 2
1,235.00
LIBRARY COMPUTER SER
CEDAR FALLS UTILITIE 1
15.00
DEMCO, INC
1
(4,217.00)
LIFE INSURANCE
STANDARD INSURANCE 1
3,465.49
MAINTENANCE & UPKEEP
HALDEMAN- 1
10,152.00
MATERIAL DISPOSAL/HA
BLACK HAWK CO.LANDFI 1 20,489.99
LIBERTY TIRE RECYCLI 1
536.24
MIDWEST ELECTRONIC 2
1,029.60
SAM ANNIS & CO.
1
39.96
T & W GRINDING
1
5,150.00
TESTAMERICA LABORATO 1
46.20
MEDIA
OUR IOWA MAGAZINE 1
650.00
ZLR IGNITION
2
1,949.91
MILEAGE
HAIGH, ABBY
1
92.57
OFFICE SUPPLIES
ACTIVE NETWORK, LLC 1
2,825.00
COPYWORKS
1
36.00
KIRK GROSS COMPANY 1
30.00
PROFESSIONAL LAWN CA 3
332.50
STOREY KENWORTHY 22 1,684.42
OFFICERS EQUIPMENT
DANILSON, CEDRIC 1
235.36
LECHTENBERG, AUSTIN 1
353.08
REIMERS, LIESEL
1
278.16
SANDRY FIRE SUPPLY, 2
2,785.51
OPERATING EQUIPMENT

ARNOLD MOTOR SUPPLY 2
210.08
BEYOND COMPONENTS 1
119.52
CRESCENT ELECTRIC 1
69.82
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERI 1
205.88
J.V. MANUFACTURING, 1
2,305.78
MCDONALD SUPPLY 3
558.52
MENARDS-CEDAR FALLS 2
957.83
NAPA AUTO PARTS
2
219.62
O'DONNELL ACE HARDWA 3
30.73
PLUMB SUPPLY COMPANY 1
27.00
POLK'S LOCK SERVICE, 1
845.00
UTILITY EQUIPMENT 2
1,899.32
OPERATING SUPPLIES
AMELING, SCOTT
1
7.17
BLACKBURN MFG. CO. 1
180.92
C & C WELDING & 1
121.57
CEDAR FALLS COMMUNIT 1
195.00
CEDAR FALLS UTILITIE 1
153.40
CINTAS FIRST AID & S 1
261.50
DES MOINES STAMP MFG 1
28.30
DIAMOND VOGEL PAINT 1
43.98
FASTENAL COMPANY 1
23.79
MARTIN BROS.DISTRIBU 21 4,714.55
MENARDS-CEDAR FALLS 8
175.04
MIDLAND CONCRETE 1
272.34
NAPA AUTO PARTS
4
2,026.91
O'DONNELL ACE HARDWA 11 257.17
OUTDOOR & MORE
3
359.45
PETTY CASH
1
6.81
POLK'S LOCK SERVICE, 2
23.98
PROFESSIONAL SOLUTIO 7
470.56
SIGNS BY TOMORROW 1
117.00
STOREY KENWORTHY 1
26.80
WAPSIE PINES LAWN 1
137.14
OTHER DEDUCTIONS PAY
ADVANTAGE ADMINISTRA 2 13,701.91
TEAMSTERS LOCAL #238 1
3,098.00
PARKING STUDY
WANTMAN GROUP INC 1
6,641.25
PERMEABLE ALLEY PROG
LODGE CONSTRUCTION, 1
7,641.42
PEST CONTROL
PLUNKETT'S PEST CONT 4
120.00
PLAYGROUND CRAFT SUP
GET AIR WATERLOO 1
705.00
WATERLOO BUCKS BASEB 1 1,018.00
POLICE AUXILIARY PRO
ABC EMBROIDERY, INC. 2
40.00
POLICE WORKERS COMP
EASTERN IOWA 14
6,255.70
MCMC, LLC
1
284.63
MERCYONE WATERLOO HO 1 1,755.90
MERCYONE WATERLOO 2
94.50
POOL CHEMICALS
ACCO UNLIMITED 1
1,997.00
HYDRITE CHEMICAL CO. 1
1,060.87
POOL CONCESSIONS
ATLANTIC COCA-COLA 4
1,568.99
CHAD'S PIZZA AND 45
1,904.00
DIPPIN' DOTS, LLC 2
2,604.64
JUST DOUGH
3
1,280.00
MYERS-COX COMPANY 3
4,608.46
POOL UTILITIES
CEDAR FALLS UTILITIE 1
13,682.10
POSTAGE
PURCHASE POWER
1
18.22
UNITED PARCEL SERVIC 1
173.20
POSTS
C & C WELDING & 1
877.67
O'DONNELL ACE HARDWA 1
7.69
XCESSORIES SQUARED D 1 4,514.50
PRINTING
COURIER LEGAL 15
2,169.98
DENNY'S BUSINESS FOR 1
274.63
PARKADE PRINTER, INC 2
266.93
PRINTING & PUBLICATI
KAREN'S PRINT-RITE 1
657.00
PARKADE PRINTER, INC 1
112.50
PROFESSIONAL SERVICE
DEPT. OF HEALTH & HU 1
713.00
IA.DIV.LABOR- 1
175.00
IOWA LAW ENFORCEMENT 1
450.00
IOWA NORTHLAND REGIO 4 6,651.77
NORDAHL, SANDY
1
200.00
TERRACON CONSULTANTS 2 2,408.33
THOMAS, KATIE
1
48.00
WATERLOO, CITY OF 1
300.00
PROPERTY ACQUISITION
CEDAR FALLS UTILITIE 1
69.76
PROPERTY TAX REBATES
CV COMMERCIAL, LLC 4
59,264.28
PUBLIC ART COMMITTEE
ALEXIS HAUSCHILDT 1
150.00
SABRINA WIEBOLD
1
150.00
PUBLIC INFORMATION P
PARKADE PRINTER, INC 1
10,454.76
PUBLIC SAFETY BUILDI
BLACKHAWK SPRINKLERS 1
870.00
CIRCUL-AIR CORP
1
18,664.32
IP PATHWAYS, LLC 1
4,841.22
LASER LINE STRIPING 1
1,240.00
MIDWEST BREATHING AI 1
341.51
MIDWEST STORAGE 1
11,999.92
NAPA AUTO PARTS
1
120.13
OFFICE CONCEPTS LTD 1
21,830.50
PLUMB TECH INC.
1
1,918.50
SIGNS BY TOMORROW 2
1,265.25
STOREY KENWORTHY 1 34,157.62
STRICTLY TECHNOLOGY, 1
881.46
WHOLE EXCAVATION, LL 1
562.50
WILSON RESTAURANT SU 2
75.84
RECORDING FEES
BLACK HAWK CO.RECORD 9
138.00
REFUNDS
CASEY'S MARKETING 1
18.75
KRISTEN FORMANEK 1
250.00
MHP 2216 LINCOLN STR 1
4,409.93
STEVE KRIVITSKY
1
(4,409.93)
YOUNG PLUMBING & HEA 1
330.00
REPAIR & MAINT. SUPP
MENARDS-CEDAR FALLS 1
36.88
O'DONNELL ACE HARDWA 6
189.02
TRACTOR SUPPLY CO. 1
29.99
REPAIR & MAINTENANCE
CEDAR FALLS UTILITIE 1
15.09
COOLEY PUMPING, LLC 2
190.00
DEMCO, INC
1
4,217.00
FEDERAL EXPRESS
1
40.94
HALDEMAN- 1
1,623.00
OUTDOOR & MORE
1
267.17
PROFESSIONAL SOLUTIO 1
189.52
RIDGEWAY AVE RECONST
PETERSON CONTRACTORS
1
165,994.92
TERRACON CONSULTANTS 1
623.43
SAFETY SUPPLIES
CINTAS FIRST AID & S 2
87.58
PEREZ GONZALEZ, MARI 1
136.43
SALES TAX
IOWA DEPT.OF REVENUE 4 12,524.40
SALES TAX PAYABLE
IOWA DEPT.OF REVENUE 1
204.55
SCBA SUPPLIES
SANDRY FIRE SUPPLY, 1
472.50
SERVICE CONTRACTS
MIDWEST BREATHING AI 1
341.51
SERVICE/VOLUNTEER SU
MARK KNUTSON
1
50.82
O'DONNELL ACE HARDWA 1
9.69
SINGLE FAM CONV INCE
CALLIE OSBORN
1
5,000.00
JOEL AND LAURA MEYER 1
5,000.00
JUSTIN BAHR
1
5,000.00
MICHAEL AND ASHLEY 1
5,000.00
RON AND MASON MCCART 1 5,000.00
SLUDGE REMOVAL
BLACK HAWK CO.LANDFI 1
103.09
SOFTWARE SUPPORT AGR
ESO SOLUTIONS INC 1
5,235.00
MARCO TECHNOLOGIES L 1 5,960.30
PASTPERFECT SOFTWARE 1
540.00
SPECIAL EVENT SUPPLI
XPRESSIONS
1
249.60
STAFF SHIRTS
SHIRT SHACK INC., TH 1
1,176.03
STIPENDS FOR INTERNS
SCHOENTAG, SYDNEY 2
1,000.00
STREET RECONSTRUCTIO
PETERSON CONTRACTORS
1
842,904.13
TERRACON CONSULTANTS 2 1,074.61
STREETS
ASPRO, INC.
4
13,786.39
BITUMINOUS MATERIALS 2
143.43
BLACK HAWK RENTAL 1
255.00
BMC AGGREGATES L.C. 2
433.44
BUILDERS SELECT LLC 3
374.75
MENARDS-CEDAR FALLS 2
48.52
NAPA AUTO PARTS 1
427.28
SAM ANNIS & CO. 1
65.13
SIGNS BY TOMORROW 1
40.00
STETSON BUILDING PRO 1
2,720.92
STRUCTURE IMPROV & B
CARRICO AQUATIC RESO 1 17,843.37
IOWA PRISON INDUSTRI 1
2,683.85
IPRA CONSIGN.TICKET 1
1,690.00
MIDWEST IRRIGATION, 1
840.41
PETERSON CONTRACTORS 136,018.00
RDG PLANNING & DESIG 1
1,751.98
ROBINSON ENGINEERING 1 3,642.81
SWIM POOL REPAIR & M
KEYSTONE LABORATORIE 1
46.50
NAPA AUTO PARTS
1
37.62
PLUMB TECH INC.
1
3,637.61
TELEPHONE HOLDING AC
ADVANCED SYSTEMS INC 3 3,249.75
CENTURYLINK
3
2,739.53
CENTURYLINK LONG 1
178.98
U.S. CELLULAR
1
105.52
TESTING & LAB
MIDLAND SCIENTIFIC, 2
556.72
TIRE REPAIRS
NAPA AUTO PARTS
1
712.86
TOOLS
CAMPBELL SUPPLY 1
324.50
NAPA AUTO PARTS 1
523.41
O'DONNELL ACE HARDWA 2
60.97
SUPERIOR WELDING SUP 1
346.54
VAN METER, INC.
1
103.16
WURTH USA INC
1
112.94
TOURISM MARKETING GR
RIVERVIEW CONFERENCE 1 1,976.00
UNI ALUMNI ASSOCIATI 1
1,500.00
UNIVERSITY OF NORTHE 1
527.76
TOWELS
ARAMARK
2
67.80
TRAFFIC SIGNS
CAMPBELL SUPPLY 1
34.28
TRANSFERS - TIF
CAPITAL PROJECTS FUN 1
1,454.20
DEBT SERVICE
1
1,487.61
TRANSFERS TO GENERAL
GENERAL FUND
1
8,054.48
TRAVEL (FOOD/MILEAGE
ANDERSEN, HEIDI
1
15.48
CARMAN, GAVIN
1
19.51
CLAYPOOL, BENJAMIN 1
112.23
CUNNINGHAM, BONITA 1
31.49
DANILSON, CEDRIC 1
20.24
DOUGAN JR, SCOTT 3
72.78
GINGERICH, TRAVIS 1
17.40
HANCOCK, ADAM
1
17.10
KERR, KIM
1
10.59
LECHTENBERG, AUSTIN 2
38.54

LEWIS, DEBRA
1
26.68
MANNING, KIM
1
177.89
MAUGHAN, LINDA
1
7.42
PETTY CASH
1
2.25
REIMERS, LIESEL
1
15.86
SCHOENTAG, CHRISTOPH 1
7.96
SORENSEN, JULIE
1
32.08
VAN HORN, ERIC
1
10.33
WAGNER, REBEKAH
1
34.80
UNEMPLOYMENT TAXES
IOWA WORKFORCE 1
1,356.27
UNIV AVE RECONSTRUCT
FOTH INFRASTRUCTURE 1
3,827.12
PETERSON CONTRACTORS 1 2,820.88
USGS RIVER GAUGE
CENTURYLINK
1
53.08
UTILITIES
CEDAR FALLS UTILITIE 13
34,713.77
VEHICLE SUPPLIES
C & C WELDING & 1
466.71
KELTEK INCORPORATED 1
111.77
LAWSON PRODUCTS, INC 2
551.44
MENARDS-CEDAR FALLS 1
99.07
NAPA AUTO PARTS
1
46,835.09
O'DONNELL ACE HARDWA 1
13.48
POLK'S LOCK SERVICE, 1
3.00
WEST 1ST STREET
BLACK HAWK CO.RECORD 5
140.00
SNYDER & ASSOCIATES, 2
9,084.07
WORK BY OUTSIDE AGEN
C & C WELDING & 1
230.75
MIDWEST OVERHEAD CRA 1
346.85
MURPHY TRACTOR & 1
1,127.17
PRO-LINER
1
675.00
RASMUSSON CO., THE 1
75.00
WITHAM AUTO CENTERS 1
86.80
WORKERS COMP INSURAN
ARTHUR J. GALLAGHER 1 58,439.00
MERCYONE WATERLOO HO 2 1,004.17
MERCYONE WATERLOO 2
114.30
REDFERN,MASON,LARSEN 2 3,103.00
YOUTH SPORTS/ACTIVE
COOLEY PUMPING, LLC 2
170.00
SEELHAMMER, STEVEN 1
21.11
ZONING ORDINANCE
FERRELL MADDEN
1
8,000.00
GRAND TOTAL: 936
2,584,764.48
DISBURSEMENT BY FUND
GENERAL FUND
133,767.39
STREET CONSTRUCTION
78,312.56
COMMUNITY BLOCK GRAN
6,651.77
STREET REPAIR FUND
1,010,597.09
CABLE TV FUND
2,735.88
PARKING FUND
9,987.43
TOURISM & VISITORS
9,869.84
SENIOR SERVICES & CO
1,623.00
GOLF CAPITAL
840.41
REC FACILITIES CAPIT
21,285.35
HEARST CAPITAL
600.00
FEMA
3,052.80
STREET IMPROVEMENT F
6,648.00
2012 BOND
135,119.91
CAPITAL PROJECTS
104,913.03
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT 59,264.28
REFUSE FUND
10,186.41
SEWER RENTAL FUND
5,435.39
STORM WATER UTILITY
3,642.81
DATA PROCESSING FUND
83,430.27
HEALTH INSURANCE FUN
2,500.00
VEHICLE MAINTENANCE
185,466.37
WORKERS COMPENSATION 61,542.00
LIABILITY INSURANCE
299,048.91
GENERAL FUND
72,201.72
TAX INCREMENT FINANC
2,941.81
STREET CONSTRUCTION
1,294.40
SECTION 8 HOUSING FU
101,948.16
COMMUNITY BLOCK GRAN 16,795.00
CABLE TV FUND
586.57
PARKING FUND
141.04
TOURISM & VISITORS
499.99
SENIOR SERVICES & CO
91.70
POLICE RETIREMENT FU
8,390.73
FIRE RETIREMENT FUND
13.94
2012 BOND
140.00
CAPITAL PROJECTS
69.76
REFUSE FUND
21,914.52
SEWER RENTAL FUND
24,471.73
DATA PROCESSING FUND
2,181.28
HEALTH INSURANCE FUN
62,840.78
HEALTH SEVERANCE
135.50
PAYROLL FUND
18,156.18
WORKERS COMPENSATION 1,118.47
LTD INSURANCE FUND
3,465.49
LIABILITY INSURANCE
790.33
TRUST & AGENCY
8,054.48
TOTAL
2,584,764.48

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