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that he has regarding the information that was just
provided by the Chief Financial Officer.
Michelle Weidner commented that it would be
more appropriate to have a commitment from
the police department, rather than her, that they
will have those savings in personnel by the end
of the year.
Mayor Hart commented that if the police
department doesn’t have it, then they just don’t
do the project.
Joel Fitzgerald commented that the department
certainly would not have the funding in July
when the budget is restarted and salary savings
don’t exist, and that is why we need to do this
now.
Mr. Boesen commented that each year in the
CIP, we have been putting in for cruisers and
an investigative vehicle, yet we have not
purchased an investigative vehicle since 2017.
If this breaks-even, great. If this loses $22,500
a year, that is the cost of the investigative
vehicle that we are budgeting in CIP every year.
He believes this is a good program.
Resolution adopted and upon approval by
Mayor assigned No. 2021-058.
159486 - Amos/Grieder
that proof of publication of notice of public
hearing on the Sale and conveyance of city
owned property, located south of 1246 Martin
Road, to IPE1031 REV279, LLC, (Cardinal
Construction), and to approve the Fourth
Amendment to a Development Agreement to
convey additional land and award four years
at 50 percent tax rebates for the expansion/
construction of a shared detention pond
system., as published in the Waterloo Courier
on January 22, 2021, 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.
159487 - Amos/Grieder
that the hearing be closed. Voice vote-Ayes:
Seven. Motion carried.
159488 - Amos/Grieder
that “Resolution authorizing the sale and
conveyance of city owned property located
south of 1246 Martin Road, to IPE1031 REV279,
LLC, in the amount of $1.00, and authorizing
the Mayor and City Clerk to execute said
document”, be adopted. Roll-call vote-Ayes:
Seven. Motion carried.
Resolution adopted and upon approval by
Mayor assigned No. 2021-059.
159489 - Amos/Grieder
that “Resolution approving a Development
Agreement, to include additional rebates for
four (4) years at 50% for a shared detention
system, and authorizing the Mayor and City
Clerk to execute said document”, be adopted.
Roll-call vote-Ayes: Seven. Motion carried.
Resolution adopted and upon approval by
Mayor assigned No. 2021-060.
159490 - Feuss/Grieder
that proof of publication of notice of public
hearing on the sale and conveyance of city
owned property located at the northwest
corner of Beech Street and Webster Street,
to Walter and Kelly Reed, for $1,738.80, with
a Development Agreement, as published in
the Waterloo Courier on January 22, 2021, 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.
159491 - Feuss/Grieder
that the hearing be closed. Voice vote-Ayes:
Seven. Motion carried.
159492 - Feuss/Grieder
that “Resolution authorizing the sale and
conveyance of city owned property located
south of 1213 Beech Street, to Walter and
Kelly Reed, in the amount of $1,738.80, and
authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to execute
said documents”, be adopted. Roll-call voteAyes: Seven. Motion carried.
Noel Anderson provided an overview of the
item.
Resolution adopted and upon approval by
Mayor assigned No. 2021-061.
159493 - Feuss/Grieder
that “Resolution approving a Development
Agreement and authorizing the Mayor and City
Clerk to execute said document”, be adopted.
Roll-call vote-Ayes: Seven. Motion carried.
Resolution adopted and upon approval by
Mayor assigned No. 2021-062.
RESOLUTIONS
159494 - Grieder/Feuss
that “Resolution adopting a face mask mandate
for the City of Waterloo”, be adopted. Roll call
vote-Ayes: Seven. Motion carried.
Mr. Grieder provided an overview of the item.
He added that the variant of COVID-19 that is
even more contagious has now been found in
two eastern Iowa counties.
Mr. Boesen asked that the 12 weeks be removed
and that the resolution be extended indefinitely
until the Mayor through discussion with the
Health Department, feels it is appropriate to
remove the mandate.
159495 - Boesen/Juon
Motion to remove the 12-week ending date and
insert after the word effect, “indefinitely until
the Mayor and Health Department, working
together, determine when it is appropriate to
end the mandate”. Roll call vote-Ayes: Seven.
Motion carried. Note: this amendment changes
Section 7 of the resolution.
Mr. Grieder commented that he wanted the
resolution to be flexible when it was originally
proposed but that he is supportive of the
amendment as vaccines are being rolled out
as we speak.
Mayor Hart added that the city has an internal
COVID response team that constantly reviews
the status of each department and information
from both the CDC and Public Health
Department, and that there is sufficient due
diligence prior to council voting to extend the

mandate.
Mr. Morrissey commented that he is in favor of
the amendment and questioned if council would
need to vote to terminate the resolution since
the amendment is to extend it indefinitely.
Mayor Hart commented that he would have a
discussion with city council before any decision
to terminate the resolution.
Mr. Boesen clarified that purpose of his
amendment was to give the Mayor the authority
to terminate the mandate so it does not have to
keep coming back to council.
Mr. Amos clarified that the council had voted
some time back to give the Mayor power in
emergencies to make certain decisions.
Mrs. Klein commented that she supports
Mr. Boesen’s amended version and likes the
flexibility that could prevent us being locked
into a certain date if it is not needed.
Mr. Grieder stated that he wishes to call the
question to keep things moving.
Resolution adopted and upon approval by
Mayor assigned No. 2021-063.
159496 - Grieder/Feuss
that “Resolution approving an agreement with
deNovo Marketing, LLC, of Cedar Rapids, Iowa,
to provide consulting services and guide the
2030 Waterloo Community Vision and Strategic
Plan, in the amount of $50,000, and authorizing
the Mayor and City Clerk to execute said
document”, be adopted. Roll call vote-Ayes:
Seven. Motion carried.
Resolution adopted and upon approval by
Mayor assigned No. 2021-064.
159497 - Grieder/Feuss
that “Resolution approving the Convention and
Visitors Bureau Board recommendations for
funding a hotel-motel mini grant applications for
the Iowa Boys/Girls State Bowling Tournament,
in the amount of $3,000 and the Cedar Valley
Invitational Collegiate Bowling Tournament, in
the amount of $1,000”, be adopted. Roll call
vote-Ayes: Seven. Motion carried.
Resolution adopted and upon approval by
Mayor assigned No. 2021-065.
159498 - Klein/Feuss
that “Resolution approving a Professional
Services Agreement with Terracon Consultants,
Inc., of Cedar Falls, Iowa, in an amount not
to exceed $22,860, in conjunction with the
FY 2020 Courtland, Jefferson, and Mulberry
Streets Reconstruction Program, Contract No.
1015, and authorizing the Mayor to execute
said document”, be adopted. Roll call voteAyes: Seven. Motion carried.
Resolution adopted and upon approval by
Mayor assigned No. 2021-066.
159499 - Klein/Feuss
that “Resolution approving the System Wide
Infrastructure Framework (SWIF) Letter of
Intent, in conjunction with the levee relief well
testing and rehabilitation for the Waterloo, Iowa
– RDB Cedar River/RDB Black Hawk Creek (SW)
levee system, and authorizing the Mayor to
execute said document”, be adopted. Roll call
vote-Ayes: Seven. Motion carried.
Resolution adopted and upon approval by
Mayor assigned No. 2021-067.
159500 - Klein/Feuss
that “Resolution approving an Amendment to
a Development Agreement with Black Hawk
Contracting and Development, Co., of Waterloo,
Iowa, originally executed February 17, 2014,
to reassign the agreement to Paramount
Investments, LLC, and modifying the rebates
for years one (1) through three (3), for the
project located at 301-311 E. 3rd Street, and
authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to execute
said document”, be adopted. Roll call voteAyes: Seven. Motion carried.
Noel Anderson provided an overview of the
item.
Resolution adopted and upon approval by
Mayor assigned No. 2021-068.
159501 - Grieder/Feuss
that “Resolution approving a Professional
Services Agreement with AECOM Technical
Services, Inc., of Waterloo, Iowa, in an amount
not to exceed $83,500, in conjunction with
the FY 2021 Center for the Arts Parking
Improvements, Phase 3, Northwest Half,
Contract No. 1004, and authorizing the Mayor to
execute said document”, be adopted. Roll call
vote-Ayes: Seven. Motion carried.
Resolution adopted and upon approval by
Mayor assigned No. 2021-069.
159502 - Grieder/Feuss
that “Resolution approving an amendment to
Lease Agreement with Anderson and Anderson
Farms, to farm approximately 36.1 acres of
city-owned land, generally located north and
east of North Crossing development and on
the east side of E. 4th Street, and authorizing
the Mayor and City Clerk to execute said
document”, be adopted. Roll call vote-Ayes:
Seven. Motion carried.
Mr. Boesen questioned when future
development would be brought back before
council.
Noel Anderson provided a brief overview of the
intention to move forward with a development
agreement amendment and this would be
brought before council within the next month
or so.
Resolution adopted and upon approval by
Mayor assigned No. 2021-070.
159503 - Grieder/Feuss
that “Resolution approving Supplemental
Agreement No. 3 with Willett Hofmann,
(formerly Ament), of Cedar Rapids, Iowa, in
conjunction with construction engineering
services for the Ansborough Avenue
Widening Project, Iowa DOT Project Number
STP-A-8155(757)—86-07, in the amount of
$1,055.05, and authorizing the Mayor and City
Clerk to execute said document”, be adopted.
Roll call vote-Ayes: Seven. Motion carried.
Sandie Greco, Traffic Operations Director,
provided an overview of the item.
Resolution adopted and upon approval by
Mayor assigned No. 2021-071.

159504 - Morrissey/Boesen
that “Resolution approving an Acquisition
Contract with Todd L. Chapman and Scott
C. Chapman for the acquisition of 1.3 acres
of land, generally located at the south end
of Fairfield Street, in the amount of $33,000
plus costs, and authorizing the Mayor and City
Clerk to execute said document”, be adopted.
Roll call vote-Ayes: Five. Nays: Two (Amos and
Morrissey). Motion carried.
Gary Stephens, 202 Fairfield Street, commented
that he has lived in the neighborhood for
75 years. He read the occupations of the
individuals who do not want to see the
neighborhood change.
Bob Manning, Cedar Valley Home Builders
Association, residing at 2908 W. 3rd Street, Cedar
Falls, commented that this piece of property is
exactly what is needed in our communities and
will add to the tax base. He said it is a very kept
up neighborhood with homeowners who take
pride in their properties. He spoke to many of
the benefits of developing this land and said
that the Cedar Valley Home Builders Association
is in full support of this project.
Charles Hart, 232 Fairfield Street, commented
that he and his wife have lived on the
street since 1972 and this is a well-kept
neighborhood. The street is full of wild life,
bird watchers, and families. He stated that
the neighborhood does not want the increased
traffic or congested parking.
Tony McGrane, 229 Fairfield Street, commented
that he and his family moved to the
neighborhood in 2015 from the west side to
their current home because it is an established
neighborhood, and for the character and
quietness of the area. With the addition of five
new homes, the traffic will be nearly doubled or
100 percent of the current traffic.
Kent Cowell, 241 Fairfield Street, commented
that he is opposed to this. He said that they
were told that Planning and Zoning claimed
they would get $5,000 per year tax on each of
these lots. He questions that amount because
he owns one half acre and his taxes are only
about $2,300 per year. He is concerned about
what the heavy truck traffic during construction
will do to their street and how long it will take.
He does not want to lose their quality of life.
Mr. Amos commented that Noel is doing the job
he is supposed to do, which is to find homes for
infill so that we can generate tax revenue. He
stated that he also works for the citizens and
with so many neighbors opposed, he cannot
support the item.
Mr. Morrissey commented on an email sent
to all of council by Noel Anderson and that he
found the comments made in the email to be
very dismissive and condescending to the
people that live in that neighborhood and those
who are opposed to this. He said this is not a
“not in my backyard” situation, this is a quality
of life issue. He felt that some comments made
by Mr. Anderson were misleading.
Mayor Hart commented that condescension
is in the eye of the beholder. Noel Anderson
has worked aggressively to meet the city’s
goals, which include transforming areas of the
community to bring new development.
Noel Anderson provided comments in response
to Mr. Morrissey and outlined his responsibility
to inform council of information on the current
request and past requests. He spoke to the goal
of always trying to enhance neighborhoods,
following the strategic plan which talks about
reducing the city’s property tax levy through
a responsible balance of cost reduction, and
creating buildable lots in the CURA as well as
trying to create a positive out of a 657A action.
He explained that though some trees may need
to be removed, they would also try to preserve
as many trees as possible. The information he
provided was not meant to misleading, he was
speaking of the last house built in this block,
which was 1956. He said he appreciates the
council’s time and effort on this and however
the council chooses to vote on this is fine. He
stated that his job is to be innovative, strategic
in how we use our land and proactive in trying
to bring new builders here.
Mrs. Klein questioned the legal impact of
turning down this contract.
Mayor Hart commented that any time there is
a prospect of four to five houses built, other
developers throughout the community and
beyond, take a look at what we do and how we
treat people and how we treat capital that could
potentially come here. He does not know if we
would be legally implicated in this particular
situation.
Mrs. Juon commented that she appreciates
the comments from the neighbors. Many other
neighborhoods have come to council with
similar complaints, because they do not want
change in their neighborhood. She stated that
all developments and developers should be
treated equitably. There are numerous green
spaces throughout the city and definitely in this
city. She questioned that if the wooded area
was so important to the neighbors they should
have bought it. She stated that she would
support the development.
Mr. Boesen commented that despite him being
the one to ask that this issue be postponed
to have the opportunity to receive additional
information before voting, he only heard from
one individual. No one else on the 200 block of
Fairfield contacted him about this development.
Though he appreciates the number of
signatures in the petition, he reviewed those
signatures and only sixteen of those who
signed, actually lived on that block and some of
those were husband and wire combinations. He
wishes that more people who have contacted
him.
Mr. Grieder commented that he understands
the deeply held desire to hang onto things of
our past. However, he also understands that
as elected leaders we must think about the
future and what it means for the city and our

whole community. Sometimes the decisions
are touch and unpopular. He said that he will
be supporting this development agreement
with the understanding that together we’ll move
forward from this stronger as a neighborhood
and a city.
Mr. Morrissey commented on the difference
between this development and others that were
mentioned by council person Juon, because this
is not privately owned and developed. The city
wants to acquire this property and then develop
it, and it is totally opposed.
Resolution adopted and upon approval by
Mayor assigned No. 2021-072.
OTHER COUNCIL BUSINESS
159505 - Juon/Grieder
Motion approving denial of an application for
a Class C Liquor License for Deme’ Enterprise,
LLC, DBA Deme’ Day Spa, located at 3261
University Avenue. Voice vote-Ayes: Seven.
Motion carried.
159506 - Juon/Grieder
Motion approving Change Order No. 4 with
Cardinal Construction, of Waterloo, Iowa, for a
net increase of $88,881, in conjunction with the
5 Sullivan Brothers Convention Center Addition
and Renovation Project, and authorizing the
Mayor to execute said document. Voice voteAyes: Seven. Motion carried.
Noel Anderson, Community Planning and
Development Director, provided an overview
of the item.
Nathan Compton, ISG Architecture, provided
and explanation of construction plans for the
convention center.
Mr. Boesen questioned how long the city has
known about needing to move forward with
this. He stated that he does not believe that this
just came up and that the council should not
be put into a position to approve this tonight or
we are not going to be able to have events take
place this spring.
Nathan Compton explained that this change
order was put together this past week. They
have known about the work since August but
did not like the pricing of $150,000 that they
received in December so they went back and
negotiated it down to the $88,881.
Mr. Boesen questioned what events are
scheduled in the convention center between
now and the Home Show.
Michelle Weidner stated that Funky Junk-a-Loo
happens before the Home Show.
Mayor Hart listed several other events that
would need to be cancelled or rescheduled.
Mr. Boesen questioned if all of this work needs
to be done prior to the Home Show. He said that
Cardinal listed a 7-9 week lead-time for just
doors and hardware and that does not include
the installation time. Nine weeks puts us past
the Home Show so he does not see how the
work will be done by the events with the lead
times Cardinal has provided.
Nathan Compton explained that he was
speaking with Cardinal earlier today, and
he believes they have a plan in place from
conversations both with the Fire Marshal and
Greg Ahlhelm.
Mayor Hart commented that this is one of the
paradoxes that we have where we want to keep
the events that we have because we need the
revenue, but we also need to be sure that all fire
and life safety needs are in place.
Mr. Boesen commented that when we are
talking about life safety, we are talking about
everything from fire alarms, sprinklers, exits,
etc., and reiterated that Cardinal’s own leadtime for just doors and hardware is 7-9 weeks
and that puts us past the Home Show.
Mayor Hart commented that if we don’t approve
this tonight, then we know for sure that we’re
not having these events. But this gives them the
best chance to getting things completed and
Cardinal has said they are confident they can
get this done.
ADJOURNMENT
159507 - Feuss/Boesen
that the Council adjourn at 8:11 p.m. Voice voteAyes: Seven. Motion carried.
_____________________________
Kelley Felchle
City Clerk
2021-24
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
QWEST
887.68
AABLE PEST CONTROL INC
360.00
ACCESS TECHNOLOGIES, INC.
1,441.52
ADOLPH KIEFER & ASSOCIATES
163.00
ADVANCE LOCAL MEDIA LLC
4,833.34
AECOM TECHNICAL SERVICES, INC
151,349.17
AGVANTAGE FS, INC.
25,635.56
AHLERS & COONEY, P.C.
2,020.50
AIRGASNORTH CENTRAL
79.43
ALLEN CLINIC PHARMACY
792.00
ALLEN OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH SERVICES 2,573.96
AMAZON.COM CREDIT
1,202.78
AMERICAN DREAM EXTERIORS LLC
17,600.00
ANSWER PLUS INC
122.00
AP INDUSTRIAL STEEL, INC
480.17
ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICES, INC.
1,974.27
ARCTIC REFRIGERATION, L.C.
92.93
ARNOLD MOTOR SUPPLY
2,274.04
ASCHEMAN, PHILIP L, PHD
215.00
ASPRO INC., & SUBSIDIARIES
458.80
ATLANTIS GLOBAL LLC
288.78
AUTO PLUS AUTO PARTS
197.04
BAKER & TAYLOR
5,157.84
BAUER BUILT INC.
3,825.84
BBE PRO TOOLS LLC
323.63
BETTERNOI, LLC
26.00
BLACK HAWK COUNTY ABSTRACT CO
500.00
BLACK HAWK COUNTY CJIS
12,681.90
BLACK HAWK COUNTY EMERGENCY
MANAGEMENT AGENCY
46,455.70
BLACK HAWK COUNTY TREASURER
5,970.09

BLACK HAWK COUNTY TREASURER
11,376.95
BLACK HAWK RENTAL
1,837.40
BLAUER TACTICAL SYSTEMS INC
1,959.00
BLUE ROCK DESIGNS, LLC
240.00
BOEHME, JUDY DBA FAIRBANK SIGN
5.00
BOOMERANG CORP
251,108.75
BOUND TREE MEDICAL LLC
3,770.18
BRODART COMPANY
2,552.02
BROOKS, HOWARD
129.99
BRUSTKERN TOWING, INC
185.00
BSN SPORTS
78.00
C & C WELDING & SAND BLASTING
2,106.58
C.J. COOPER & ASSOC. INC
70.00
CAMPBELL SUPPLY CO
1,583.83
CANAM AUTOMOTIVE & TOWING
100.00
CARGILL INCSALT DIVISION
42,986.32
CCP RAILROAD
2,346.62
CDI
14,859.00
CDW GOVERNMENT, LLC
17,910.38
CEDAR BEND HUMANE SOCIETY, INC
4,860.00
CEDAR RAPIDS TRUCK CENTER, INC.
375.86
CENTER POINT LARGE PRINT
56.92
CENTRAL IOWA DISTRIBUTING
1,491.00
CERTIFIED POWER INC
3,793.88
CHRISTIE DOOR COMPANY
567.00
CLARK, BUTLER, WALSH & HAMANN
778.00
COOK COUNTY HOUSING AUTHORITY
1,795.13
COSUGI
100.00
COURIER
440.91
CREDIT BUREAU SERVICES OF IOWA INC 1,090.54
CRESCENT ELECTRIC SUPPLY CO.
2,950.28
CUMMINS CENTRAL POWER, LLC
525.00
CURBTENDER INC
643.70
CZ PROPERTY SERVICES LLC
2,133.00
D & J OIL COMPANY
1,141.14
DAN DEERY MOTOR COMPANY
57.43
DELL MARKETING L.P.
1,774.84
DEMCO
99.75
DENNIS SUPPLY CO.
66.27
DIAMOND OIL COMPANY
14,535.86
DICK WITHAM FORD
3,852.54
DICK’S PETROLEUM CO
299.50
DICKEN, CURT
180.00
DIGITECH
11,977.95
DOMINO’S PIZZA INC.
210.00
EASTCENTRAL IOWA REC
2.25
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING & EQUIP
3,770.23
EVOQUA WATER TECHNOLOGIES LLC
765.84
FARMERS STATE BANK
4,340.70
FARNSWORTH ELECTRONICS, INC
792.73
FEDEX
65.20
FERGUSON ENTERPRISES, INC.
1,683.02
FERGUSON ENTERPRISES, INC.
84.75
FERTILIZER DEALER SUPPLY
19.80
FIFTH STREET TIRE, INC
21.55
GALE/CENGAGE LEARNING
23.24
GATSO
26,676.00
GENERAL MEDICAL DEVICES
51.95
GENERAL SHEET METAL WORKS, INC
18.75
GENERAL TRAFFIC CONTROLS, INC
4,931.12
GIERKEROBINSON COMPANY
273.12
GIESLER, BOB
85.59
GLEASON, MORGAN
144.64
GOODYEAR COMMERCIAL TIRE &
SERVICE CENTERS
16,678.85
GORDON FLESCH COMPANY
1,565.57
GPM
9,422.00
GRAINGER
981.92
GRIER, JERRY
1,406.25
HACH COMPANY
208.00
HALL & ASSOCIATES
9,183.75
HAWKEYE ALARM & SIGNAL CO
1,948.00
HAWKEYE FIRE & SAFETY
167.70
HD SUPPLY
192.43
HENKE MANUFACTURING CORP
491.08
HR GREEN, INC.
14,820.55
I & S GROUP, INC
10,107.25
IDVILLE
127.30
INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATIONAL
SOLUTIONS INC
1,453.00
INNOVATIONAL WATER SOLUTIONS INC
188.00
INTERSTATE BATTERIES OF UPPER IOWA 1,647.14
INTOXIMETERS
115.00
IOWA INDIVIDUAL HEALTH BENEFIT
REINSURANCE ASSOC
12,248.00
IOWA LIBRARY ASSOCIATION
696.00
IOWA MEDICAID ENTERPRISE
87,651.35
IOWA NORTHLAND REGIONAL
COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS
3,510.00
IOWA ONE CALL
219.60
IOWA PARKS & RECREATION ASSOCIATION 300.00
IOWA PHYSICIANS CLINIC MEDICAL
218.00
IOWA WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT
3,556.58
JOHNSTONE SUPPLY
188.82
JONES, RUDY/ PETTY CASH
61.00
JORSON & CARLSON CO INC
140.48
K & S WHEEL ALIGNMENT SERVICE
2,457.78
KABBA KREATIONS LLC
1,000.00
KEYSTONE AUTOMOTIVE IND INC
117.58
KLOCKE’S EMERGENCY VEHICLES, LLC
282.87
KWIK TRIP INC.
13.12
LANSING BROS. CONSTRUCTION, INC 44,500.00
LOCKSPERTS
42.35
LODGE CONSTRUCTION INC
19,855.41
LUND FIRE PROTECTION
3,700.00
M&T BANK
490.00
MACQUEEN EQUIPMENT INC.
934.96
MADISON NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE
CO., INC.
9,142.58
MAIDPRO
135.00
MANATT’S INC.
339.50
MARSDEN BLDG MAINTENANCE LLC
3,272.81
MARTIN BROS DIST CO INC
2,995.69
MC2, INC
66,373.60
MCDONALD SUPPLY
777.91
MCMASTERCARR SUPPLY COMPANY
575.65
MEDIACOM
5,727.85
MENARDS
3,693.41
MERCY ONE
1,887.40
MIDIOWA SOLID WASTE EQUIPMENT
CO., INC.
3,586.93
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY
40,207.61
MIDWEST CONCRETE INC
151,544.71
MIDWEST JANITORIAL SERVICE INC
7,154.00
MIDWEST SAFETY COUNSELORS INC
162.54
MIDWEST TAPE
10,489.55
MILLER FENCE CO.
155.84
MMS CONSULTANTS, INC
4,875.00
MODUS ENGINEERING, LTD.
2,200.00
MOLO PETROLEUM, LLC
195.74
MPH INDUSTRIES INC
301.39

MRI SOFTWARE LLC
43,959.91
MURPHY TRACTOR & EQUIPMENT
9,773.41
MUTUAL WHEEL COMPANY
1,143.64
MYERSCOX CO
279.73
NAGLE SIGNS, INC
921.49
NAN MCKAY & ASSOCIATES, INC.
239.00
NAPA AUTO PARTS
991.71
NEWEGG BUSINESS INC
549.00
NICHE ACADEMY LLC
1,000.00
NORTHLAND PRODUCTS COMPANY
3,591.75
NUTRI JECT SYSTEMS, INC
11,029.56
OFFICE EXPRESS
444.24
OVERDRIVE INC
2,765.47
OWENS PROPERTY SERVICE LLC
1,500.00
P & K MIDWEST INC
2,005.66
PANAMA TRANSFER INC
226.85
PEDERSEN, DOWIE, CLABBY &
11,903.00
PEOPLES APPLIANCE, INC
84.99
PEPSI COLA GENERAL BOTTLING
1,151.36
PER MAR SECURITY SERVICES
5,499.27
PETERSON CONTRACTORS, INC
119,476.39
PPG ARCHITECTURAL FINISHES
165.21
PROFESSIONAL OFFICE SERVICES
1,489.95
PROSHIELD FIRE PROTECTION INC
1,052.75
QUADIENT LEASING
430.62
QUAM TRUCKING, LLC
400.00
QUILL CORPORATION
151.97
R & R PRODUCTS
317.11
RACOM
1,287.50
RADIO COMMUNICATIONS CO
346.50
RAY MOUNT WRECKER SERVICE
295.00
RC SYSTEMS INC
935.00
REGIONS BANK
320.04
RELIANT FIRE APPARATUS, INC
343.50
REPUBLIC PARKING SYSTEM INC
20,297.59
REPUBLIC SERVICES INC
258.90
REPUBLIC SERVICES OF IOWA, LLC
16,625.20
RICOH USA
136.00
RICOH USA INC
3,134.23
RITE ENVIRONMENTAL, INC
1,911.94
ROSSMAN, NICK
160.39
RYDELL CHEVROLET, INC
811.84
SADLER POWER TRAIN
282.04
SAM ANNIS & COMPANY
57.64
SCHMITZ, STEVE
146.06
SCHROEDER, ARIC
38.00
SCOT’S SUPPLY INC
1,004.53
SHANKLE, KENT
668.52
SLED SHED, THE
166.01
SNI SOLUTIONS, INC.
545.00
STANLEY CONSULTANTS INC.
7,307.50
STAR EQUIPMENT, LTD
177.96
STERLING CODIFIERS, INC
695.00
STETSON BUILDING PRODUCTS INC
32.15
STEWART IRON WORKS
5,400.00
STONER’S RADIATOR SERVICE LTD
275.00
STOREY KENWORTHY
2,137.12
STRAND CORPORATION INC
289.53
STREICHER’S INC
3,873.34
SUPERIOR WELDING SUPPLY CO
3,380.63
TELEFLEX LLC
6,250.00
THOMPSON SHOES
838.00
THOMPSON TRUCK & TRAILER INC
678.46
TITAN MACHINERY INC
156,720.00
TOJO CONSTRUCTION CO
3,951.00
TOWN & COUNTRY HOME IMPROVEMENT
CO., INC.
1,045.00
TRAVELERS
24,231.00
TRUCK CENTER COMPANIES EAST LLC 5,075.40
TYLER BUSINESS FORMS
212.15
ULINE
4,041.22
UNIFIRST CORPORATION
674.47
UNIQUE MANAGEMENT SERVICES INC
121.60
UNITED HEALTHCARE
1,705.32
UNITED PARCEL SERVICE
56.74
UNITED RENTALS
19.00
UNITED STATES TREASURY
UNITY POINT HEALTH
4,579.50
UNIVERSAL PUBLICATIONS
550.00
US BANK
149.83
US CELLULAR
4,718.70
USPSHASLER/260528
4,000.00
UTILITY EQUIPMENT COMPANY
200.16
VAN METER INDUSTRIAL, INC.
888.45
VAN-WALLWALL EQUIPMENT, INC.
70.37
VARSITY CLEANERS INC
17.65
VERIZON WIRELESS
50.00
VERIZON WIRELESS
441.84
VIETH CONSTRUCTION COMPANY
1,612.82
WATERLOO AUTO PARTS INC.
134.22
WATERLOO COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT 541.80
WATERLOO OIL COMPANY
1,978.13
WATERLOO TENT AND TARP, INC
1,700.00
WATERLOO WATER WORKS
5,444.77
WEBER PAPER COMPANY
1,207.48
WEIDNER, MICHELLE
346.00
WELLMARK BLUE CROSS & BLUE
SHEILD
206,979.37
WELLS FARGO BANK, N.A.
91.34
WILLETT, HOFMANN & ASSOCIATES, INC 14,561.45
WOODRUFF CONSTRUCTION, LLC
769,181.61
WRH INC
93,140.70
ZOLL MEDICAL CORPORATION
3,453.30
MICHAEL MOORE
92.56
AMERIGROUP
2,277.98
DS RENTALS LLC
25.00
LINDSEY FINTEL
6,000.00
LEON HARRIS
74.09
LARRY NELSON
125.00
BONNIE STOHR
25.00
THE RAWLING COMPANY
1,464.09
UNITY POINT HEALTH
588.66
WORKERS COMPENSATION
25,466.73
HOUSING AUTHORITY
1,171.80
HOUSING AUTHORITY
379,026.34
WORKERS COMPENSATION
22,280.73
HOUSING AUTHORITY
7,846.64
PAYROLL
1,846,073.29
Total Expenditures
$5,223,497.83
Total Receipts
5,034,441.74
PASSED AND ADOPTED THIS DAY OF
FEBRUARY 1ST, 2020.
Quentin Hart, Mayor
ATTEST:
Kelley Felchle, City Clerk

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