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May 11, 2020
Mr. Feuss provided notice that he intends to
The Council of the City of Waterloo, Iowa, met
amend Resolution No. 2020-303 at the next
in Regular Session at Harold E. Getty Council
week. He explained that at the time the motion
Chambers, Waterloo, Iowa, at 5:30 p.m., on
was made a train was passing by and it was
Monday, May 11, 2020. Mayor Quentin Hart
difficult to interject this intent at that time. He
chaired the meeting by telephone. Roll Call:
stated that he would forward the language he is
Boesen, Amos, Morrissey, Klein, Feuss, Grieder,
proposing to all of council.
Juon. Boesen, Amos, Morrissey, Feuss, Grieder,
Mr. Boesen questioned the status of mechanics
Juon joined the meeting by telephone.
in the Public Works department.
Prayer or Moment of Silence.
Randy Bennett, Public Works Director,
Pledge of Allegiance: Mayor Quentin Hart
commented that they are ready to conduct
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interviews but they have been delayed due to
that the Agenda, as proposed, for the Regular
COVID-19. Once lock downs are lifted, they will
Session on Monday, May 11, 2020, at 5:30 p.m.,
proceed with interviews.
be accepted and approved. Voice vote-Ayes:
Mr. Boesen questioned if they could social
Seven. Motion carried.
distance during the interview or if some other
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accommodation could be met to keep the
that the Minutes, as proposed, for the Regular
process moving forward.
Session on Monday, May 4, 2020, at 5:30 p.m.,
Mayor Hart commented that they would need to
be accepted and approved. Voice vote-Ayes:
be screened in order to come into the building.
Seven. Motion carried.
Randy Bennett explained that preliminary
Proclamation Declaring the Week of May 10-16,
candidate selection has been determined
2020 as National Police Week and Declaring
through resume review and now they are ready
May 13, 2020 as Peace Officer’s Memorial Day.
to begin oral interviews.
Proclamation Declaring May 9, 2020 as World
Mr. Morrissey questioned why the interviews
Migratory Bird Day.
are not being conducted via zoom or some
ORAL PRESENTATIONS
other platform.
Mike Henning, 138 Sidehill Drive and Chair
Mayor Hart questioned if phone interviews have
of the Orange Neighborhood Association,
been conducted.
commented that neighborhood associations
Randy Bennett explained that phone interviews
were told that they would receive notification
have not been conducted and that they typically
when a genda items tha t affect their
give a facility tour.
neighborhood come to the agenda.
Mayor Hart commented that phone interviews
Noel Anderson, Community Planning and
or a zoom interview needs to be conducted in
Development Director, explained that his
order to determine initial skill set.
department has a long-standing policy to notify
Mr. Feuss questioned if a policy exists that
neighborhood associations when items such
would prevent a phone or zoom interview.
as rezoning or subdivision come before the
Mayor Hart commented that a policy does not
planning commission. Advanced notices are
exist.
not always sent out for city council actions for
Mr. Morrissey commented that he wants to
something that has already gone through the
see a tracking system so that council can
planning commission, but changes can be made
stay informed on timelines on development
to the policy to include that as well.
agreements. He also requested an update every
Mike Henning asked if a memorandum of
six months on how development agreements
understanding is necessary.
are progressing. He questioned if a resolution
Noel Anderson commented that a memorandum
or ordinance needs to be drafted to that effect.
of understanding could be worked out to
Mayor Hart commented that the city does
determine what type of notices would be
conduct quarterly economic development
included, and noted that city ordinance does
updates and questioned how staff knows that
not require such notification but staff sends
an agreement needs to be extended.
these out as a courtesy to keep neighborhood’s
Noel Anderson commented that staff keep a
informed.
spreadsheet of development agreements and
Mayor Hart commented that neighbors need
can make that available to council.
to be kept in the loop if there is a project
Mayor Hart questioned if the economic
extension.
development meetings are still being held and
Rick Morris commented that he was only made
if they are attended.
aware of the Orange Neighborhood Association
Noel Anderson explained that the last meeting
after last week’s meeting and will make contact
was approximately 6 months ago and that
with Mr. Henning to address the concerns.
recent health concerns have made it difficult
Mike Henning questioned if a safety study would
to convene.
be done prior to finalizing the plat.
Mr. Morrissey commented that the first part of
Rick Morris explained that a safety study is
his request is exemplified with the Paradise
necessary and will be submitted as part of the
Estates extension that was on last week’s
final plat.
agenda, and that council should have the
Mayor Hart commented that when the neighbors
ability to review status updates and deadlines
are on board that makes for a better situation
by way of a tracking system. He commented
for selling houses and attracting neighbors. The
that he wants to have a presentation from the
neighborhood association wants to be kept in
developer. He stated that he wants to see their
the loop of what is happening around them.
face and hear from them what they are doing to
Mike Henning commented that the association
keep the project moving.
is not opposed to the addition; they just want to
Mayor Hart commented that the city should not
be kept in the loop.
come off as anti-development. He stated that
Monique Walters, 5404 Kimball Avenue,
it would best to have an internal discussion
commented that she concurs with the points
first with staff to see how they can make
Mike Henning addressed.
improvements and have better communication
Eileen McFee, 204 Lichty Blvd., commented that
with council.
she would like to see better communication in
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the future.
that the above oral comments be received and
Rick Morris commented that he has meetings
placed on file. Voice vote-Ayes: Seven. Motion
lined up this week with Mr. Anderson to keep
carried.
moving forward on the development.
CONSENT AGENDA
Mayor Hart thanked Mr. Morris for joining the
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project stated that cooperation is the theme
that the following items on the consent agenda
moving forward.
be received, placed on file and approved:
Mr. Morrissey questioned if the traffic study was a. Resolutions to approve the following:
completed and if it was not, why was it not yet
1. Resolution approving Finance Committee
completed.
Invoice Summary Report, dated May 11,
Noel Anderson explained that the traffic study
2020, in the amount of $3,599,450.40, a
is not yet finalized due to the final plat being
copy of which is on file in the City Clerk’s
delayed.
office, together with recommendation of
Mayor Hart clarified that the traffic study will
approval of the Finance Committee.
come to council prior to the final plat.
Resolution adopted and upon approval by

Mayor assigned No. 2020-315.
2. Resolution accepting a U.S. Department
of Justice FY20 Coronavirus Emergency
Supplemental Funding Program Grant
for local communities affected by the
COVID-19 virus in the amount of $190,086
and authorizing the Mayor to execute said
documents.
Resolution adopted and upon approval by
Mayor assigned No. 2020-316.
3. Resolution approving a Lease
Agreement with C & S Car Company,
for a 2020 Hyundai Sante Fe,
VIN#5NMS33AD8LH143049, to be used by
the School Resource Unit for a six (6) month
period at no cost to the City, and authorizing
the Mayor to execute said document.
Resolution adopted and upon approval by
Mayor assigned No. 2020-317.
4. Resolution approving award of contract to
Woodruff Construction LLC, of Waterloo,
Iowa, in the amount of $199,890, and
approving the contract, bonds and
certificate of insurance, in conjunction
with the Five Sullivan Brothers Convention
Center Skywalk Improvements Project, and
authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to
execute said documents.
Resolution adopted and upon approval by
Mayor assigned No. 2020-318.
5. Resolution approving award of contract to
Peters Construction Corp. of Waterloo, Iowa,
in the amount of $939,810, and approving
the contract, bonds and certificate of
insurance, in conjunction with the Five
Sullivan Brothers Convention Center
Exhibition Hall Ceiling Renovation Project,
and authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to
execute said documents.
Resolution adopted and upon approval by
Mayor assigned No. 2020-319.
6. Resolution setting date of public hearing
as May 26, 2020 to approve the request
by the City of Waterloo to vacate, sell
and convey a portion of Oregon Street
right-of-way, located between Washington
Street (Highway 218) and Williston Avenue,
west of 1628 Washington Street (Lowell
Elementary) to the Waterloo Community
School District, in the amount of $1.00, and
instruct the City Clerk to publish notice.
Resolution adopted and upon approval by
Mayor assigned No. 2020-320.
7. Resolution approving request of Craig
Larsen for a waiver for a concrete driveway,
located at 1351 Lyon Avenue, with the
elimination of the sidewalk section due to
the inability to meet grade requirements.
Resolution adopted and upon approval by
Mayor assigned No. 2020-321.
8. Resolution approving request of Ben and
Jennifer Torrez for a waiver for a concrete
driveway, located at 1715 Pinehurst
Lane, with the elimination of the sidewalk
section due to the inability to meet grade
requirements.
Resolution adopted and upon approval by
Mayor assigned No. 2020-322.
9. Resolution approving a request from Larson
Construction Co., Inc., for a temporary
variance to the truck embargo on Williston
Avenue from Washington Street to W. 11th
Street and on E. Ridgeway Avenue from W.
11th Street to W. 9th Street, commencing
May 12, 2020 through June 30, 2020, to
allow for the transport of fill material from
Friendship Village to the Lowell School
construction site.
Resolution adopted and upon approval by
Mayor assigned No. 2020-323
10. Resolution approving the contract for grant
award with Waterloo Housing Trust Fund
7 in the amount of $30,000, for repairs
to existing single family owner occupied
homes, and authorizing the Mayor to
execute said documents.
Resolution adopted and upon approval by
Mayor assigned No. 2020-324.
11. Resolution setting date of public hearing as
May 26, 2020 for an amendment to the FYE
2020 Budget, and instruct the City Clerk to
publish notice.

Resolution adopted and upon approval by
Mayor assigned No. 2020-325.
b. Motion to approve the following:
1. Travel Requests
Name & Title of Personnel Class/Meeting
Destination Date(s) Amount not to Exceed
a. Chris Ferguson, Fire Marshal Arson K9
Recertification Omaha, NE
June 8-12, 2020
$718.40
b. Investigator Hesse Child Forensic
Interviewer Course Waterloo, IA
May 22, 2020
$225
2. Approved Beer, Liquor, and Wine
Applications
Name & Address of Business Class New or
Renewal Expiration Date Includes Sunday
a. Risque Gentlemen’s Club, 301 W. 4th St. C
Liquor Renewal 5/27/2021
b. BP Fuel, 127 Jefferson St. B Native Wine, C
Beer, and E Liquor New 5/29/2021
x
c. Behar Bar, 312 W. 4th St. C Liquor and
Outdoor Service Renewal 4/30/2021
x
3. Mayor Hart’s recommendation of the
following appointments:
Appointee Board/Commission Expiration
Date New or Re-Appointment
Laura Stammler Cultural and Arts
Commission May 11, 2023
New
Jennifer Bates Cultural and Arts
Commission May 11, 2023
New
4. Bonds.
Roll call vote-Ayes: Six. Nays: One (Klein on item
1a. Risqué Gentlemen’s Club Liquor License).
Motion carried.
PUBLIC HEARINGS
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that proof of publication of notice of public
hearing on the Application for State Revolving
Fund Loan for Titus Lift Station, Contract No.
975, contents of Environmental Information
and Project Plan., as published in the Waterloo
Courier on April 10, 2020, 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 vote-Ayes:
Seven. Motion carried.
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that “Resolution authorizing Mayor to execute
Environmental Impact Document”, be adopted.
Roll-call vote-Ayes: Seven. Motion carried.
Resolution adopted and upon approval by Mayor
assigned No. 2020-326.
RESOLUTIONS
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that “Resolution authorizing the City Clerk
to certify against certain parcels for unpaid
lawn/weed mowing and property clean-ups”,
be adopted. Roll call vote-Ayes: Seven. Motion
carried.
Mr. Morrissey commented that he spoke to
the City Attorney and found that many of the
property owners on the list are absentee
landlords. He questioned how the city recoups
the money. He stated that the city does this on
at least a yearly basis and questioned if the city
is aware of repeat violators. He questioned how
repeat violators are addressed.
Michelle Weidner, Chief Financial Officer,
provided an overview of how the payments
come to the city and added that sometimes the
county writes off the fees prior to them going
to tax sale.
Mr. Morrissey questioned if the county is writing
off the amount the city billed, leaving the city to
receive nothing.
Michelle Weidner confirmed that if the county
decides to write off the debt, the city would
receive zero dollars.
Mr. Morrissey questioned how often that
happens.
Michelle Weidner commented that it would
depend how many properties get to tax sale.
Resolution adopted and upon approval by Mayor
assigned No. 2020-327.
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that “Resolution approving a request by
AutoZone, Inc. for the final plat of Kimball
Addition, a 2-lot commercial subdivision located

south of 3115 Kimball Avenue”, be adopted. Roll
call vote-Ayes: Seven. Motion carried.
Resolution adopted and upon approval by Mayor
assigned No. 2020-328.
ADJOURNMENT
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that the Council adjourn at 6:27 p.m. Voice voteAyes: Seven. Motion carried.

M & K QUALITY ELECTRIC LLC
373.00
MANATT'S INC.
575.00
MANPOWER, INC
777.46
MARSDEN BLDG MAINTENANCE LLC
3,146.93
MEDIACOM
174.90
MENARDS
1,180.05
MH EQUIPMENT COMPANY
37.20
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY
9,926.54
MILLER WINDOW SERVICE
800.00
MOYER, CHERYL
25.00
MURPHY TRACTOR & EQUIPMENT
282.87
NAPA AUTO PARTS
415.58
NATIONAL COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
940.00
NCL OF WISCONSIN INC
303.26
NO STEPS, LLC
177.00
NORLAB
227.00
NORTHLAND PRODUCTS COMPANY
2,972.75
NUTRI JECT SYSTEMS, INC
24,842.05
OVERDRIVE INC
32.40
P & K MIDWEST INC
760.47
PER MAR SECURITY SERVICES
1,703.88
PETERSEN, BEN
20.00
PETERSON CONTRACTORS, INC
493,642.35
PLUMB SUPPLY COMPANY
264.63
PLUNKETT'S PEST CONTROL INC
65.00
POTTERS INDUSTRIES, LLC
7,360.00
QWEST COMMUNICATIONS INC
71.69
RECYCLE RITE
375.00
REGAL PLASTIC SUPPLY CO
397.50
RITE ENVIRONMENTAL, INC
2,000.00
ROBINSON ENGINEERING COMPANY
1,412.00
SANDRY FIRE SUPPLY
306.65
SCHIPPER, MIKE
248.25
SCHROEDER, ARIC
262.00
SCHUMACHER ELEVATOR CO., INC.
1,270.38
SCOT'S SUPPLY
217.70
SHANKLE, KENT
196.49
SHERWIN
58.18
SIGNS BY TOMORROW
279.50
SLED SHED, THE
40.88
STANLEY CONSULTANTS INC.
52,260.21
STATE OF IOWA
150.00
STETSON BUILDING PRODUCTS INC
63.06
STOREY KENWORTHY
3,726.66
STURGIS FALLS BROADCASTING
1,300.00
SUPERIOR WELDING SUPPLY CO
151.90
TANDEM GRAPHICS, INC.
752.50
TESTAMERICA LABORATORIES, INC.
799.05
THOMPSON TRUCK & TRAILER INC
362.43
TOP SHELF CLEANING AND SERVICES LLC 425.00
TOWNSQUARE INTERACTIVE, LLC
297.00
TURFCO MFG., INC
64.16
UBBEN BUILDING SUPPLIES, INC.
368.00
UNIFIRST CORPORATION
240.85
UNITED PARCEL SERVICE
94.81
US CELLULAR
3,459.91
USPS
4,000.00
VAN METER INDUSTRIAL, INC.
911.56
VANDEWALLE & ASSOCIATES
6,989.99
VERIZON WIRELESS
95.00
VISA
18,645.82
WATERLOO COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT 105.00
WATERLOO OIL COMPANY
604.93
WEBER PAPER COMPANY
162.02
WELLMARK BLUE CROSS & BLUE SHEILD
10,246.34
WERTJES UNIFORMS
1,187.78
WOODRUFF CONSTRUCTION, LLC
53,326.35
ANITA CORWIN
250.00
GEORGE GROVER
1,169.54
TIMOTHY KLINGFUS
196.21
JENNIFER PEVERILL
100.00
TAMMY SICARD
250.00
TRICARE FOR LIFE
78.31
WORKERS COMPENSATION
4,383.66
HOUSING ASSISTANCE
1,858.50
PAYROLL
1,691,961.39
Total Expenditures
$3,599,450.40
Total Receipts
967,384.53
PASSED AND ADOPTED THIS
DAY OF MAY 11, 2020.
Quentin Hart, Mayor

Kelley Felchle
City Clerk
2020-315
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
AABLE PEST CONTROL INC
475.00
ABC EMBROIDERY
8.00
ACCESS TECHNOLOGIES, INC.
217.00
ACCO
2,125.00
ADVANCED ENVIRONMENTAL TESTING 3,980.00
AECOM TECHNICAL SERVICES, INC
34,427.95
AHLERS & COONEY, P.C.
173.05
ALLEN GLASS COMPANY, INC
6,880.00
AMAZON WEB SERVICES INC
125.56
ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICES, INC.
707.42
ARNOLD MOTOR SUPPLY
266.15
ASPRO INC., & SUBSIDIARIES
200,950.67
B & B BUILDERS & SUPPLY
73,356.86
B & B LOCK & KEY, INC.
4.68
B.G. BRECKE INC
744.88
BAKER & TAYLOR
88.00
BENTON'S READY MIX CONCRETE
420.75
BLACK HAWK CONTRACTING & DEVELOPMENT CO.
15,000.00
BLACK HAWK COUNTY AUDITOR
105,184.00
BLACK HAWK COUNTY LANDFILL
76,930.67
BLACK HAWK MITIGATION LLC
300.00
BOOMERANG CORP
421,399.03
BOUND TREE MEDICAL LLC
180.88
BRENNTAG GREAT LAKES, LLC
8,878.02
CAMPBELL SUPPLY CO
114.63
CHARLEY, CHRISTOPHER
19.21
CITY LAUNDERING CO
203.47
CITY OF CEDAR FALLS
595.16
CLAPSADDLE
20,936.61
CONTINENTAL RESEARCH CORP
227.58
COOLEY PUMPING
350.00
CORNERSTONE GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS INC
5,000.00
COURIER
371.50
CURBTENDER INC
322.38
D & J OIL COMPANY
1,094.50
D & K PRODUCTS
696.60
DELL MARKETING L.P.
2,478.06
DENNIS SUPPLY CO.
10.21
DICK'S PETROLEUM CO
72.41
DON GARDNER CONSTRUCTION INC
18,241.90
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING & EQUIP
4,508.96
EXPRESS SERVICES, INC.
549.56
FERGUSON ENTERPRISES, INC.
1,352.50
FERGUSON ENTERPRISES, INC.
401.09
FOSTER'S, INC
95.44
FRIENDS OF THE LIBRARY
34.00
GALETON GLOVES & SAFETY PROD.
49.95
GALLS INCORPORATED
424.00
GIERKE
359.57
GOODYEAR COMMERCIAL TIRE & SERVICE
CENTERS
1,739.50
GORDON FLESCH COMPANY
886.92
GRAINGER
2,208.00
GROW CEDAR VALLEY
410.00
HARRISON TRUCK CENTERS
155.10
HEARTLAND CO
6,034.29
HOME DEPOT CREDIT SERVICES
9.20
IOWA DIVISION OF LABOR SERVICE
75.00
IOWA TOTAL CARE
480.69
IOWA WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT
375.00
JANDA MOTOR SERVICES
462.61
JOHNSON, KENNY
21.39
JOHNSTONE SUPPLY
43.58 ATTEST:
K. CUNNINGHAM CONSTRUCTION
125,262.66 Kelley Felchle, City Clerk
LEAF CAPITAL FUNDING LLC
670.46
LJ'S WELDING & FABRICATION
168.00
LOCKSPERTS
35.46
LODGE CONSTRUCTION INC
29,427.20
LOU'S GLOVES INC
211.00
LOUCKS & SCHWARTZ
242.00

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