Details for Waterloo, City of - Legals - Ad from 2021-09-21

September 7, 2021
The Council of the City of Waterloo, Iowa, met
in Regular Session at Harold E. Getty Council
Chambers, Waterloo, Iowa, at 5:30 p.m., on
Tuesday, September 7, 2021. Mayor Quentin Hart in
the Chair. Roll Call: Boesen, Amos (joined via Zoom),
Morrissey, Klein, Feuss, Grieder and Juon.
Prayer or Moment of Silence.
Pledge of Allegiance: Sharon Juon, At-Large Council
Member
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that the Agenda, as amended, by adding the award
information to Item 3 and Item 4, for the Regular
Session on Tuesday, September 7, 2021, at
5:30 p.m., be accepted and approved. Voice voteAyes: Seven. Motion carried.
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that the Minutes, as proposed, for the Council
Planning Session on Monday, August 30, 2021, at
5:30 p.m., be accepted and approved. Voice voteAyes: Seven. Motion carried.
Proclamation declaring September 6-11, 2021
as Focus on Diabetes Awareness Week. Mrs.
Culpepper accepted.
Proclamation declaring September 19-25, 2021 as
Water and Wastewater Workers Week. Mr. Bennett
accepted.
Proclamation declaring September 2021 as Hunger
Action Month. Mrs. Barb Prather accepted.
PUBLIC COMMENTS
Lynn Tackett, 820 Sycamore Street and Owner of
Genesis Studio Spa, located at 211 E. 4th Street,
commented on the need to address downtown
parking. She prepared and submitted a report,
which offers possible solutions for council
consideration.
Sheila Beal, 315 Gayle Street, commented on her
repeated requests to have her driveway approach
replaced after a city employee had caused
damage. She questioned why the city is replacing
her neighbors approach but not hers. She stated
that she wants something in writing that it will be
fixed as was promised by both the Mayor and Mr.
Morrissey.
Mayor Hart commented that he never said that her
driveway approach would be fixed.
Lynn Moller (no address provided) Chairman of
Cedar Valley Backs the Blue, complimented the
Police Chief on his presentation given at the Work
Session. He commented on the 98 responses
received from officers to a recent survey, and
noted that a local news media reported that
shortages and low morale go hand in hand. He
further commented on contributing factors specific
to the Waterloo police department, in particular,
newly implemented policies. He explained that the
fourteen pages of officer’s comments have been
forwarded to council and he hopes that they have
taken the time to read through them and that the
officer’s concerns need to be addressed.
Supervisor Dan Trelka, 173 Graceline Blvd.,
commented on the current police morale. Citizens
of the community and elected county officials
have contacted him with their concerns. He asked
that council take a sensible, logical approach as
to why these problems exist within the Waterloo
Police Department. He suggested having either the
Human Resources Department or an outside entity
investigate the concerns then address any matters
discovered, as he fears this is going to get worse
before it gets better.
Dwayne Eilers (no address provided) commented
he is in fear of the city and what they are doing
to him. Eilers explained the city shut the water off
to his home, while he was away, and as a result
burned up a water heater, even though his bills
were paid. He stated all of his properties being
tagged for one reason or another is harassment
and that he is closing down all of his businesses
and putting his properties up for sale because of
what the city is doing to him. He explained that his
request to rezone one of his properties was denied,
yet after selling the property, the city immediately
approved the same type of rezone request from
the new owner. He explained that this has been
happening since Mayor Hart has been the mayor.
Forrest Dilliveau, 1725 Huntington Road, expressed
his concerns with the police department. He stated
over a year ago, he requested to meet with the
Chief of Police but has never heard back, he asked
to meet with the Mayor three months ago, but has
had no response and feels that other departments
respond, but the Police Chief will not.
David Dryer, 3145 W. 4th Street, commented that
the city is paying people considerably to move back
into town. He questioned why we would partner
with the Crossroads Mall, and said he does not
believe the city should be involved with leasing out
spaces and that recreation over repairs seems to
be the theme in Waterloo.
Teresa Culpepper, 1119 Cottage Grove Avenue,
commented on how amazed she is at Waterloo
and applauded Felecia Smith Nalls for her efforts
in making sure that there are neighborhood events
available, and know the city is doing something
right and we appreciate you.
Merritt Wayland, 2512 Idaho Street, commented
that approximately 3 months ago, a warehousing
business opened up at 2130 Newell Street. Since
then there has been excessive semi traffic going
down Newell. He explained that in 2018-2019 a
petition was signed regarding the semi traffic that
resulted in No Truck signs being posted in the area.
However, in the past 3 months the traffic has more
than quadrupled. Police, code enforcement, and
planning and zoning have all been contacted. He
stated that on September 3, 2021, he counted 237
semis going through this residential neighborhood,
ruining the road and running over curbs and sewer
drains.
Mayor Hart commented that council member Amos
and others had let staff know about increased
activity, which has more than quadrupled from
what he has been told. He confirmed that this issue
is being addressed.
Donnell Rivers, II, 1032 Vine Street #24, commented
he has an event on the agenda and requested to
amend the event to the 24th of September instead
of the 19th. The purpose of the event is to bring
people together.
George Meeks, 609 E. Donald Street, commented
that some time back, council meetings were
preceded by someone who offered prayer. He feels
that asking different clergy from the community to
come and bless the proceedings and the council
would help the community more than a moment of
silence. He explained he is a supporter of Back the
Blue and has supported the police since 1957 when
he first came to Waterloo. He commented previous
Police Chief Trelka had a relationship with Mount
Carmel Baptist church and invited Chief Fitzgerald
to attend.
Marilyn Mix, 533 Dawson Street, commented there
has been a sewer smell at her home for the past
couple of months and that this had happened
previously. The city worked on the sewer in the
past, but it only fixed the problem temporarily.
Mayor Hart stated that Mr. Bennett from the Public
Works Division would take her information and that
staff would contact her within 24 hours to address
the situation.
Mr. Boesen requested that Michelle Weidner
provide council with an update on the ATE money
year to date. He also commented that he was glad
that downtown parking was brought up, as he is
worried about maintenance of the parking meter
equipment. The meters don’t work because they
are not being maintained and hopes we can light
a fire under Republic to service the meters as per
their contract. He also commented on the morale of
Police Department. He questioned if someone has
sat down one-on-one and talked to the officers. He
would be in favor of bringing in an outside source
to look at morale citywide to see how we can better
serve our employees who are our biggest asset.
Mrs. Klein also spoke to the police morale. She
commented that only three members of council
took the time to look at the survey and respond,
instead they dismissed it and said it’s just politics.
Many organizations have political PACs. There is
nothing disreputable about those PACS. They stand
for the men and women that work in the field and
are usually organized under stressful situations,
and done to defend the defenseless. Across
the nation, police departments find themselves
defenseless, and she supports the PAC. She
also stated that council needs to acknowledge
shootings in Waterloo. We need to stop this and the
terrible persecution of police and the disrespectful
society we live in now.
Mr. Feuss commented that he sat down with
Supervisor Trelka in response to the survey. Out of
98 responses, 68 are current officers. He agrees
with Mr. Boesen that bringing in outside source
would be good. He commented that what he is
missing from the survey is the unbiased piece
of it because this survey was created by a police
backed PAC. We cannot ignore the stories and
complaints, but you can still support the police
without supporting the Griffin.
Mr. Morrissey commented that the truck traffic
on Newell is damaging the foundations of those
homes as well as the roads and there needs to be
an embargo. He said a decision needs to be made
whether we are going back to Zoom meetings or
implement something requiring masks again in
the interest of public health. He spoke about the
overall morale in the City of Waterloo. He said that
it boils down to how much money are the people of
Waterloo willing to provide to get the services they
want. Morale is not reserved to just one department
and Department Heads need to address issues with
their staff.
Mrs. Juon thanked Chief Fitzgerald and his staff,
appreciated the strategic plan, and is looking
forward to getting a hard copy. She explained that
because some council may not have responded
directly to the survey, does not mean they didn’t
respond in some other manner. She suggested
having the company who did a review of the police
department back in 2015, return and have them
look at not only morale but also all aspects of the
department. She explained that she respects law
enforcement as a profession, and specifically the
good members of our local police department.
We can learn from the difficulties of the national
dialogue and cannot allow it to impact our
exemplary officers. She spoke to the hypocrisy and

lies perpetuated by those that claim they care about
our officers and questioned if any of the previous
chiefs who jointly wrote a public letter criticizing
the new chief, had reached out to him to offer
their support. She went on to describe controversy
during each of the previous chief’s tenure. She
commented that it was a unanimous decision by
council to remove the griffin and anything being
told other than that is untrue.
Mrs. Klein commented that if you are going to
accuse three retired police chiefs of their past
actions then it is fair to look at the current chief’s
past such as being fired from his previous position.
She explained she said it was wrong to just kill
the patch without having a lengthy conversation
with the police department, letting them be in on
any solution rather than just taking a vote to get
rid of the emblem. Her request for clarification on
the possibility of tweaking the emblem rather than
replacing it was confirmed that night and therefore
she voted for a compromise.
Mr. Grieder commented that he had concerns
with hiring Dr. Fitzgerald and he spoke to him
about those concerns and they had a very good
and lengthy conversation. All of us were aware of
the concerns and still unanimously voted to hire
him. He explained that it is concerning that we
are going to slander a man that currently serves
this community, and we are going to destroy this
community in order to gain votes and gain seats.
Race, force, policing, poverty and justice are
rampant in our country. Finally, our country is being
forced to acknowledge and face the facts. We need
to ask ourselves this, if they are so willing to paint
some group as “other” in order to win, how long
before they paint you as “other” to gain a political
advantage.
Mrs. Klein commented that she supports the police
and questioned that if leadership thought that the
emblem was so bad shouldn’t the police have
been made part of the solution. She thought it was
wrong then and it is still wrong now, and is proud
of our police, and fire and all that put their lives
on the line.
Mayor Hart commented that when we talk about
supporting that we support their budget. Do not
say you support the Fire Department then accuse
them of running a private business out of the Fire
Department.
Forest Dillavou, 1725 Huntington Road, commented
that there are people here waiting to speak
regarding agenda items. This is not a political
debate; let’s get back to the agenda now.
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that the above oral comments be received and
placed on file. Voice vote-Ayes: Seven. Motion
carried.
CONSENT AGENDA
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that the following items on the consent agenda be
received, placed on file and approved:
a. Resolutions to approve the following:
1. Resolution approving Finance Committee
Invoice Summary Report, dated September 7,
2021, in the amount of $2,538,112.12, a copy of
which is on file in the City Clerk’s office, together
with recommendation of approval of the Finance
Committee.
Resolution adopted and upon approval by Mayor
assigned No. 2021-564.
2. Resolution approving the request of Steege
Investments, LLC, for tax exemptions on the
construction of a new single duplex unit valued
at $300,000, for property located at 122 Cathy
Jean Court, and located in the City Limits Urban
Revitalization Area (CLURA).
Resolution adopted and upon approval by Mayor
assigned No. 2021-565.
3. Resolution approving the request of Steege
Investments, LLC, for tax exemptions on the
construction of a new single duplex unit valued
at $300,000, for property located at 113 Cathy
Jean Court, and located in the City Limits Urban
Revitalization Area (CLURA).
Resolution adopted and upon approval by Mayor
assigned No. 2021-566.
4. Resolution approving the request of Steege
Investments, LLC, for tax exemptions on the
construction of a new single duplex unit valued
at $325,000, for property located at 104 Cathy
Jean Court, and located in the City Limits Urban
Revitalization Area (CLURA).
Resolution adopted and upon approval by Mayor
assigned No. 2021-567.
5. Resolution approving the request of Steege
Investments, LLC, for tax exemptions on the
construction of a new single duplex unit valued
at $300,000, for property located at 120 Cathy
Jean Court, and located in the City Limits Urban
Revitalization Area (CLURA).
Resolution adopted and upon approval by Mayor
assigned No. 2021-568.
6. Resolution approving the request of Bilal Ghias
Rahim for tax exemptions on the construction of
a new single family home valued at $615,000,
for property located at 3510 Inverness Road, and
located in the City Limits Urban Revitalization Area
(CLURA).
Resolution adopted and upon approval by Mayor
assigned No. 2021-569.
7. Resolution approving the request of Dennis
Bartekoske for tax exemptions on the construction
of a new single family home valued at $278,000,
for property located at 3386 Lincolnshire Road, and
located in the City Limits Urban Revitalization Area
(CLURA).
Resolution adopted and upon approval by Mayor
assigned No. 2021-570.
8. Resolution approving the request of Bryan
Horack for tax exemptions on the construction of
a new single family home valued at $282,117, for
property located at 3380 Lincolnshire Road, and
located in the City Limits Urban Revitalization Area
(CLURA).
Resolution adopted and upon approval by Mayor
assigned No. 2021-571.
9. Resolution approving the request of Richard
J. and Susan E. Smith for tax exemptions on the
construction of a new single family home valued
at $624,000, for property located at 1629 Falcon
Ridge, and located in the City Limits Urban
Revitalization Area (CLURA).
Resolution adopted and upon approval by Mayor
assigned No. 2021-572.
10. Resolution setting date of public hearing as
September 20, 2021 to approve the request by
Albert Meeks Sr., to vacate 59 linear feet of public
sidewalk at 1139 Logan Avenue, located in the
“R-2” One and Two Family Residence District, and
instruct the City Clerk to publish notice.
Resolution adopted and upon approval by Mayor
assigned No. 2021-573.
11. Resolution setting date of public hearing as
September 20, 2021 to approve the request by the
Plumb Supply Company to vacate, sell and convey
0.48 acres of W. Airline Highway city owned rightof-way, located South of 3338 W. Airline Highway
to the Plumb Supply Company, in the amount of
$12,005.84, and instruct the City Clerk to publish
notice.
Resolution adopted and upon approval by Mayor
assigned No. 2021-574.
12. Resolution approving preliminary specifications,
bid documents, etc., setting date of bid opening as
September 30, 2021 and date of public hearing as
October 4, 2021, in conjunction with the purchase
of 2021 Gates Park and South Hills Golf Course
Irrigation Control System Updates, and instruct the
City Clerk to publish notice.
Resolution adopted and upon approval by Mayor
assigned No. 2021-575.
13. Resolution approving an Application for the
Iowa Fitness Centers Relief Program with no
required City match for lost revenues at the Cedar
Valley SportsPlex, and authorizing the Mayor to
execute said document.
Resolution adopted and upon approval by Mayor
assigned No. 2021-576.
14. Resolution approving preliminary plans,
specifications, form of contract, etc., setting date
of bid opening as September 23, 2021 and date of
public hearing as October 4, 2021, in conjunction
with the FY Hyper Drive R.I.S.E. Project No.
RM-8155(778)--9D-7, Contract No. 1051, and
instruct City Clerk to publish notice.
Resolution adopted and upon approval by Mayor
assigned No. 2021-577.
15. Resolution approving preliminary plans,
specifications, bid documents, etc., setting date
of bid opening as September 30, 2021 and date of
public hearing as October 4, 2021, in conjunction
with the US Highway 63 Sanitary Sewer Upgrades,
Phase I Project, Contract No. 1037, and instruct the
City Clerk to publish notice.
Resolution adopted and upon approval by Mayor
assigned No. 2021-578.
16. Resolution approving request of Heath
Christensen for a waiver for a concrete driveway,
located at 1641 Calhoun Street, and authorize the
construction of a concrete driveway and placing a
driveway or sidewalk on city right-of-way on an
unimproved street.
Resolution adopted and upon approval by Mayor
assigned No. 2021-579.
17. Resolution approving request of Luz Paz De
Ibanez for a waiver for a concrete driveway, located
at 1514 Patton Avenue, with the elimination of the
sidewalk section due to inability to meet grade
requirements.
Resolution adopted and upon approval by Mayor
assigned No. 2021-580.
18. Resolution approving request of Crf Rentals,
LLC, for a waiver for a concrete driveway, located
at 4435 Texas Street (approach placed on Cedar
Terrace Drive), with the elimination of the sidewalk
section due to inability to meet grade requirements.
Resolution adopted and upon approval by Mayor
assigned No. 2021-581.
19. Resolution approving Completion of Project
and Recommendation of Acceptance of Work, for
work performed by Landmark Turf Services, LLC,
of Dunkerton, Iowa, in the amount of $45,874,
in conjunction with the FY 2021 Levee Rip Rap
Spraying Project, Contract No. 1027, and receive
and file a two-year maintenance bond.
Resolution adopted and upon approval by Mayor
assigned No. 2021-582.
20. Resolution approving Completion of Project

and Recommendation of Acceptance of Work, for
work performed by Lodge Construction, Inc., of
Clarksville, Iowa, in the amount of $131,282, in
conjunction with the FY 2021 Hope Martin Park
Shelter Reconstruction Project, Contract No. 1028,
and receive and file a two-year maintenance bond.
Resolution adopted and upon approval by Mayor
assigned No. 2021-583.
21. Motion approving Final Quantity Summary
for Lodge Construction, Inc., for a net decrease
of $11.00, in conjunction with the FY 2021 Hope
Martin Park Shelter Reconstruction Project,
Contract No. 1028, and authorizing the Mayor and
City Clerk to execute said document.
22. Resolution approving Variance to Noise
Ordinance request from Jeremy Jones on behalf of
The Screaming Eagle American Bar and Grill, 228
E. 4th Street, in conjunction with the Tim Petersen
Memorial Ride, to be held on September 18, 2021
from 6:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m., including a live band.
Resolution adopted and upon approval by Mayor
assigned No. 2021-584.
23. Resolution approving Variance to Noise
Ordinance request from Cathy Ketton on behalf
of Splash of Color 10th Annual 3K Fundraiser
Walk, to be held on October 9, 2021 from
8:00 a.m. to Noon, beginning and ending at Sullivan
Park and traveling on E. 4th, Sumner, Mobile, and
Newell Streets, including music and the use of a
megaphone.
Resolution adopted and upon approval by Mayor
assigned No. 2021-585.
24. Resolution approving Variance to Noise
Ordinance request from Jason Sandoval, in
conjunction with a block party, to be held on
September 11, 2021 from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.,
located at 229 Dearborn Avenue.
Resolution adopted and upon approval by Mayor
assigned No. 2021-586.
25. Motion to accept and place on file the arbitrage
test results reflecting that no payment is due to the
Internal Revenue Service for the General Obligation
Bonds Series 2016A.
26. Resolution setting a date of public hearing
as September 20, 2021 to authorize the sale and
conveyance of city owned property, identified as
parcel No. 8913-26-459-020, to David S. Grimm
and Dalen A. Grimm, in the amount of $1.00,
including a Development Agreement for the
construction of a new garage, and instruct the City
Clerk to publish notice.
Resolution adopted and upon approval by Mayor
assigned No. 2021-587.
27. Resolution approving cancellation of sidewalk
assessment for property located at 229 Alta Vista,
in the amount of $1,679.82, and authorize the City
Clerk to notify Black Hawk County Treasurer of said
cancellation.
Resolution adopted and upon approval by Mayor
assigned No. 2021-588.
28. Resolution approving a Memorandum of
Understanding with Allen Memorial Hospital
Corporation, which acknowledges the existence
of an indigent, underinsured, and uninsured
population in the local area served by Allen
Memorial Hospital.
Resolution adopted and upon approval by Mayor
assigned No. 2021-589.
b. Motion to approve the following:
1. Travel Requests
Name & Title of Personnel Class/Meeting
Destination Date(s)
Amount not to Exceed
a. Lieutenants McClelland, Fangman and Bose
Enhanced Force Investigation Iowa City, IA
September 14-16, 2021
$185.00
b. Officers Scarbrough, Northup and Thomas Basic
SWAT School Cedar Rapids, IA September 27October 1, 2021
$475.00
c. Sgt. Girsch and Officers Northup, J. Ehlers and
A. Ehlers Midwest Gang Investigators Association
Conference Dubuque, IA September 19-22, 2021
$2,320.00
d. Paul Huting, Leisure Services Director Iowa
Park and Recreation Association Fall Workshop
Burlington, IA October 4-6, 2021
$425.00
e. Forrest Graves, Brad Manahl, John Hyman, Jesse
Gaherty and Andy Bedard (Sewer Department)
Water Environment Federation Technical Education
and Conference Chicago, IL October 18 - 20, 2021
$2,229.50
2. Approved Beer, Liquor, and Wine Applications
Name & Address of Business Class New or Renewal
Expiration Date
Includes Sunday
a. Big Head Burger, 324 W. 4th Street B Beer w/
Outdoor Service New 7/18/2022
b. Casey’s General Store #2879, 3260 University
Avenue B Wine / C Beer Renewal 9/30/2022
x
c. Casey’s General Store #2880, 1604 LaPorte Road
B Wine / C Beer / E Liquor Renewal 9/30/2022 x
d. Chilito’s Mexican Bar and Grill, 441 E. Tower
Park Drive C Liquor w/Outdoor Service Renewal
8/7/2022
x
e. Golden China Restaurant, 106 Brookeridge Drive
*Ownership Update* C Liquor New 5/5/2022
x
f. Guddi Mart, 306 Byron Avenue B Wine / C Beer
Renewal 7/2/2022
x
g. Hy-Vee #1 Clubroom, 2834 Ansborough Ave.
Special Class C Liquor Renewal 10/16/2022
x
h. Hy-Vee C-Store #4, 3700 University Avenue B
Wine / C Beer Renewal 10/31/2022
x
i. Legs, 212 E. 4th Street, Suite 108 B Wine / C Beer
Renewal 6/25/2022
j. Wal-Mart Supercenter #1496, 1334 Flammang
Drive *Ownership Update* B Wine / C Beer / E
Liquor New 9/30/2022
3. Recommendation of appointment of James
(JB) Bolger to the position of Assistant Park
Superintendent in the Leisure Services Department,
effective September 8, 2021.
4. Recommendation of appointment of Bob Etringer
to the position of Recreation Services Manager
in the Leisure Services Department, effective
September 8, 2021.
5. Application for Fireworks “cold spark” Display
at Five Sullivan Brothers in conjunction with a
wedding to be held on October 2, 2021.
6. Motion to receive and place on file the 2020
Operating Report of the Waterloo Water Works.
7. Fireworks Display at Park Avenue Bridge in
conjunction with the VGM Heartland Conference
2021, on September 13, 2021, beginning at 9:30
p.m. and lasting approximately 30 minutes.
9. Motion approving Change Order Nos. 1, 2 and 3
to Contract No. AB-2021-03-8P with Site Services
Inc., for a net increase of $1,090, in conjunction
with additional asbestos removal, for property
located at 921 W. 2nd Street, 409 Wellington Street,
and 413 Wellington Street, and authorizing the
Mayor and City Clerk to execute said documents.
10. Motion approving Change Order No. 4 from
Woodruff Construction of Waterloo, Iowa, for a
net increase of $24,017, in conjunction with the
FY 2020 Wastewater Treatment Plant Biosolids
Modifications Project, Contract No. 994, and
authorizing the Mayor to execute said document.
11. Application for Recycling Yard License, King
Automotive Salvage Center, 275 Rampart Lane.
12. Cigarette/Tobacco/Nicotine/Vapor Permit New
Application for Edo’s Sports Bar, 110 E. 11th Street.
13. Second Hand Goods Dealer License Application
for GameStop #6247, 1515 Flammang Drive.
14. Bonds.
15. Motion approving Change Order No. 18 with
Cardinal Construction, Inc., of Waterloo, Iowa, for
a net increase of $2,883, in conjunction with the
Five Sullivan Brothers Convention Center Addition
and Renovation Project, and authorizing the Mayor
to execute said document.
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Motion to change the date on Item 1.A.24 from
September 12, 2021 to September 19, 2021.
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1.A.1 Resolution approving Variance to Noise
Ordinance request from Donell Rivers, II, in
conjunction with the Brothaz Barbershop Voter
Ready Block Party, to be held on September 19,
2021 from 3:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.7:2, on Almond
Street between E. 4th and Iowa Streets, including
live music. Roll call vote-Ayes: Seven. Motion
carried.
Resolution adopted and upon approval by Mayor
assigned No. 2021-590.
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8. Motion approving Change Order No. 1 from
Cardinal Construction, Waterloo, Iowa, to increase
substantial completion date from October 15,
2021 to December 23, 2021 and final completion
date from October 29, 2021 to January 7, 2022,
in conjunction with the Five Sullivan Brothers
Convention Center 2nd Floor Renovation Project,
and authorizing the Mayor to execute said
document. Roll call vote-Ayes: Seven. Motion
carried.
Noel Anderson, Community, Planning and
Development Director, explained that the project
is experiencing longer than normal material lead
times, but it is anticipated it could be just a couple
of weeks.
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Motion to recess for ten minutes. Voice vote-Ayes:
Seven. Motion carried.
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Motion to reconvene at 7:20 p.m. Voice vote-Ayes:
Seven. Motion carried.
PUBLIC HEARINGS
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that proof of publication of notice of public hearing
on Hammond Avenue Bridge Project, as published
in the Waterloo Courier on August 23, 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.
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that the hearing be closed. Voice vote-Ayes: Seven.
Motion carried.
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that “Resolution making final selection of site
location for Hammond Avenue bridge replacement
and improvements, establishing the amount of just
compensation for certain property interests to be
acquired for project purposes, and authorizing the
use of condemnation procedures for acquisition
of said property interests in furtherance of the
project objectives, and authorizing the Mayor and
City Clerk to execute said documents”, be adopted.
Roll-call vote-Ayes: Seven. Motion carried.

Resolution adopted and upon approval by Mayor
assigned No. 2021-591.
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that proof of publication of notice of public hearing
on 2021 or Newer Compact Track Mini Excavator
for the Traffic Operations Department, as published
in the Waterloo Courier on August 23, 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.
David Dryer, 3145 W. 4th Street, questioned if this
we had outsourced this work in the past, and if this
is approved, will we need to hire more employees.
Randy Bennett, Public Works Division Manager,
explained that the work is done internally and this
piece of equipment will be more efficient.
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that the hearing be closed and oral comments be
received and placed on file. Voice vote-Ayes: Seven.
Motion carried.
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that “Resolution approving plans, specifications,
forms of contract, etc., and authorizing to proceed”,
be adopted. Roll-call vote-Ayes: Seven. Motion
carried.
Resolution adopted and upon approval by Mayor
assigned No. 2021-592.
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Motion to receive and file and instruct City Clerk
to read bids.
Estimate: $85,000
Bidder
Total Bid Amount
Murphy Tractor & Equipment Co. Waterloo, IA
$67,000. 00
Bobcat of Waterloo- Cedar Falls
Cedar Falls, IA
$54,214. 70
Voice vote-Ayes: Seven. Motion carried.
160400 - Feuss/Grieder
that “Resolution awarding bid to Bobcat of
Waterloo, Iowa in the amount of $54,214.70, in
conjunction with the purchase of a 2021 or Newer
Compact Track Mini Excavator for the Traffic
Operations Department”, be adopted. Roll-call
vote-Ayes: Seven. Motion carried.
Resolution adopted and upon approval by Mayor
assigned No. 2021-593.
160401 - Morrissey/Grieder
that proof of publication of notice of public
hearing on FY 2022 Center for the Arts Parking
Improvements, Phase 2 (Art Block) Project, Contract
No. 1007, as published in the Waterloo Courier on
August 23, 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.
160402 - Morrissey/Grieder
that the hearing be closed. Voice vote-Ayes: Seven.
Motion carried.
160403 - Morrissey/Grieder
that “Resolution approving plans, specifications,
forms of contract, etc., and authorizing to proceed”,
be adopted. Roll-call vote-Ayes: Seven. Motion
carried.
Mr. Boesen questioned the reason the steps have
needed to be replaced multiple times.
Jamie Knutson, City Engineer, confirmed that
this would be the fourth time the steps have
been replaced. He said that the contractor/subcontractor has been unable to pour the concrete
correctly per specific building code requirements.
There is no cost to the city.
Resolution adopted and upon approval by Mayor
assigned No. 2021-594.
160404 - Morrissey/Grieder
Motion to receive and file and instruct City Clerk
to read bids.
Estimate: $650,909.70
Bidder Bid Security
Bid Amount
Vieth Construction Corporation
Cedar Falls, IA 5%
$764,978.98
Peterson Contractors, Inc.
Reinbeck, IA 5%
$701,096.73
Lodge Construction, Inc.
Clarksville, IA 5%
$688,353.20
Hudson Hardware, Plumbing & Heating, Inc.
Hudson, IA 5%
$698,917.30
Owen Contracting, Inc.
Cedar Falls, IA 5%
$698,011.95
Midwest Concrete, Inc.
Peosta, IA 5%
$699,898.91
Voice vote-Ayes: Seven. Motion carried.
160405 - Morrissey/Grieder
that “Resolution approving award of bid to Lodge
Construction, Inc., of Clarksville, Iowa, in the
amount of $688,353.20, approving the contract,
bond and certificate of insurance, in conjunction
with the FY 2022 Center for the Arts Parking
Improvements, Phase 2 (Art Block), Contract No.
1007, 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. 2021-595.
160406 - Feuss/Grieder
that proof of publication of notice of public hearing
on FY 2022 Sidewalk Repair Assessment Program,
Contract No. 1055, as published in the Waterloo
Courier on August 27, 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.
David Dryer, 3145 W. 4th Street, requested a copy
of the complete streets potential to show what
sidewalks are planned for all over town.
Jamie Knutson, City Engineer, provided an over
view project and confirmed that the requested
information will be provided.
Mayor Hart read written comments received from
Kristi Butikofer – 916 Conger Street, and asked
staff to contact her.
160407 - Feuss/Grieder
that the hearing be closed and oral and written
comments be received and placed on file. Voice
vote-Ayes: Seven. Motion carried.
160408 - Feuss/Grieder
that “Resolution approving plans, specifications,
forms of contract, etc., and authorizing to proceed”,
be adopted. Roll-call vote-Ayes: Seven. Motion
carried.
Resolution adopted and upon approval by Mayor
assigned No. 2021-596.
160409 - Feuss/Grieder
Motion to receive and file and instruct City Clerk
to read bids.
Engineer’s Estimate: $390,955.26
Bidder Bid Security
Bid Amount
Midwest Concrete, Inc.
Peosta, IA 5%
$382,093.42
Brock Even Construction, LLC
Jesup, IA 5%
$368,949.75
Voice vote-Ayes: Seven. Motion carried.
160410 - Feuss/Grieder
that “Resolution approving award of bid to Brock
Even Construction, of Jesup, Iowa, in the amount
of $368,949.75, approving the contract, bond and
certificate of insurance, in conjunction with the
FY 2022 Sidewalk Repair Assessment Program,
Contract No. 1055, 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. 2021-597.
160411 - Morrissey/Grieder
that proof of publication of notice of public hearing
on FY 2022 Sidewalk Repair Assessment Program
- Zone 1, Contract No. 1055, as published in the
Waterloo Courier on August 19 and 26, 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.
160412 - Morrissey/Grieder
that the hearing be closed. Voice vote-Ayes: Seven.
Motion carried.
160413 - Morrissey/Grieder
that “Resolution adopting Proposed Resolution of
Necessity, as proposed or amended”, be adopted.
Roll-call vote-Ayes: Seven. Motion carried.
Resolution adopted and upon approval by Mayor
assigned No. 2021-598.
160414 - Morrissey/Grieder
that “Resolution approving proposed construction
of sidewalk improvements”, be adopted. Roll-call
vote-Ayes: Seven. Motion carried.
Resolution adopted and upon approval by Mayor
assigned No. 2021-599.
160415 - Morrissey/Grieder
that “Resolution to fix value of lots”, be adopted.
Roll-call vote-Ayes: Seven. Motion carried.
Resolution adopted and upon approval by Mayor
assigned No. 2021-600.
160416 - Morrissey/Grieder
that “Resolution to adopt proposed plat and
schedule of assessments and estimate of costs”,
be adopted. Roll-call vote-Ayes: Seven. Motion
carried.
Resolution adopted and upon approval by Mayor
assigned No. 2021-601.
160417 - Feuss/Grieder
that proof of publication of notice of public hearing
on Application for State Revolving Fund (SRF) Loan
for Highway 63 Interceptor Project, Contract No.
1037, contents of Environmental Information and
Project Plan, as published in the Waterloo Courier
on August 6, 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.
160418 - Feuss/Grieder
that the hearing be closed. Voice vote-Ayes: Seven.
Motion carried.
160419 - Feuss/Grieder
that “Resolution approving the Environmental
Impact Document, and authorizing the Mayor to
execute said document”, be adopted. Roll-call
vote-Ayes: Seven. Motion carried.
Randy Bennett, Public Works Division Manager,
provided an overview of the project.
Resolution adopted and upon approval by Mayor
assigned No. 2021-602.
RESOLUTIONS
160420 - Morrissey/Feuss
that “Resolution ordering the old griffin design to

be completely removed from any and all Waterloo
Police departmental properties by September 30,
2021, with the exception of weapons/revolvers,
which are to be phased out (without the old griffin
design) as such are replaced”, be adopted. Roll call
vote-Ayes: Five. Nays: Two (Klein, Boesen). Motion
carried.
Todd Obadal, 124 Amity Drive, commented on
and clarified the position of those that don’t think
removing the griffin would be a good idea. He
expressed his disappointment with the actions of
certain members of this administration. He stated
that this resolution does not need to be jammed
through by September 30, 2021.
Mr. Boesen commented that he does not support
setting a date of September 30, 2021. If there is
a perceived notion, that someone is dragging their
feet, then that should be addressed between the
police chief and his staff. He finds the date to
be unreasonable and does not think it is within
council’s purview to be setting a deadline and
that the police chief should be allowed to run his
department and get this done in the timeline he
feels is appropriate.
Mr. Morrissey explained the council sets all types
of deadlines as a legislative body. This action was
agreed to May 17, 2021 and he gave six weeks’
notice that this item would be on the agenda, so he
does not believe this deadline is unreasonable in
any way, shape or form.
Mrs. Klein concurs with Mr. Boesen and believes
it is an overreach of the city council and it is
micromanaging a department and that it signals
to the citizens a vindictiveness. A pursuit without
end of the love and affection that the officers have
for that design. No patience, just vengeance and it
makes us look petty and mean spirited and does
not show leadership at all.
Resolution adopted and upon approval by Mayor
assigned No. 2021-603.
160421 - Morrissey/Feuss
that “Resolution ordering that the transport of
the new Waterloo Police Departmental patches
from Hallmark Emblems and all Waterloo Police
Departmental uniforms and clothing for “removal
and/or replacement” to the business Carpenters
Uniforms scheduled to do such work, will be
done by Sharon Juon, Jerome Amos and Patrick
Morrissey who are Waterloo City Council members
at passage of this Resolution on September 7,
2021, and that these council members will be
providing this transport, however many trips it
may take, at no cost to the City of Waterloo”, be
adopted. Roll call vote-Ayes: Five. Nays: Two (Klein
and Boesen). Motion carried.
Forest Dillavou, 1725 Huntington Road, commented
he does not feel this the appropriate thing for
council to do. You have people hired to do these
things, and a department in charge of doing these
things. They need to be the ones doing these
things. Once you take city property and put it in
your private vehicle and travel, you are therefore
working for the city of Waterloo. If you happen
to hit and kill somebody on the highway, you are
under the employment of the City. There is likely
a financial liability should something happen while
transporting those city items.
Todd Obadal, 124 Amity Drive, echoed the concerns
of Mr. Dillavou and would like the City Attorney to
comment on the potential insurance issues.
Mr. Morrissey explained that he had conversations
with both Chris Fereday from the insurance
company and the City Attorney, Marty Petersen. It
was decided those council members would sign a
waiver and release of liability. He further explained
the reasons for volunteering to transport the items.
Mr. Boesen commented he does not believe any
member of council should partake in demoralizing
the officers of the police department any more than
it is perceived they already have. This is completely
out of the purview of the council. We set their
budget, but we don’t run their department.
Mrs. Klein commented that everyone’s concerns
are taken into consideration except the men and
women who serve. This is a total disrespect.
Mrs. Juon commented this is hardly a show of
disrespect. In fact, we are showing that we do
respect them. Their time is valuable. Their time
needs to be on the streets. They are spread too
thin and we are alleviating the stress on them as
well as the cost to the citizens of Waterloo. She said
they spoke with the chief ahead of time, who was in
favor of this for the very reasons stated.
A discussion took place between councilmembers
regarding comments of personal motivation,
political hate and public perception regarding the
issue.
Mayor Hart commented he does not have a problem
with council setting a deadline, but believes it to be
an overreach of council purview to be involved in
the transportation of items on behalf of our offices.
Resolution adopted and upon approval by Mayor
assigned No. 2021-604.
160422 - Grieder/Feuss
that “Resolution approving a Construction
Agreement with Waterloo Water Works Board of
Trustees, in conjunction with the FY 2022 Hyper
Drive R.I.S.E. Project No. RM-8155(778)—9D-07,
Contract No. 1051, 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. 2021-605.
160423 - Grieder/Feuss
that “Resolution approving a Second Amendment
to a Customer Agreement with Sensys Gatso USA,
Inc., originally approved on August 7, 2017, to allow
for the collection of unpaid notices of violation owed
to the City in connection with the City’s automated
traffic enforcement program, including payment of
30 percent of any outstanding fees collected by the
city to Sensys Gatso USA, Inc., and authorizing the
Mayor to execute said document”, be adopted. Roll
call vote-Ayes: Seven. Motion carried.
David Dryer, 3145 W. 4th Street, commented that
the current ordinance was not made available for
citizens to reference with the proposed changes
and questioned how much the city has paid the
company and if this is an increase or decrease.
Chief Fitzgerald commented that this ordinance just
clarifies the language inside the contract.
Marty Petersen, City Attorney, provided additional
clarification.
Mr. Boesen questioned if there is a cap on attorney
fees since the agreement allows Gatso to choose
an attorney to represent the City of Waterloo.
Martin Peterson, City Attorney, explained that Gatso
must obtain the City’s consent prior to retaining
an attorney to recoup unpaid fines, and clarified
that the city decides which fees would be sent to
collection, which triggers the 30 percent versus the
income-offset program managed through the City
Clerk’s office.
Resolution adopted and upon approval by Mayor
assigned No. 2021-606.
160424 - Grieder/Feuss
that “Resolution approving an Amendment to
the Contract with Advanced Heat Treat Corp.,
of Waterloo, Iowa, and the Iowa Economic
Development Authority, originally executed April
16, 2018, for High Quality Jobs Program-Tax
Credit Component Incentives, to extend the
project completion date to March 31, 2022, 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. 2021-607.
160425 - Klein/Feuss
that “Resolution authorizing assignment of rebates
and development grant to 3FI, LLC, in conjunction
with a Development Agreement with 4FI Waterloo,
LLC, originally approved on April 6, 2020, for
property located at 2130 Newell Street, 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. 2021-608.
160426 - Klein/Feuss
that “Resolution approving a request by C 10
Investments, LLC, to approve the preliminary plat
of Schoitz Addition, a 4-lot commercial subdivision
located at 2101 Kimball Avenue”, be adopted. Roll
call vote-Ayes: Seven. Motion carried.
Resolution adopted and upon approval by Mayor
assigned No. 2021-609.
160427 - Klein/Feuss
that “Resolution approving a request by L and
BB, LLC for the Preliminary Plat of Southland Park
Sixth Addition, a re-plat of Lots C-5 and C-6 of the
Southland Park Third Addition, a 6-lot residential
subdivision located southeast of 2950 Southland
Drive”, be adopted. Roll call vote-Ayes: Seven.
Motion carried.
Resolution adopted and upon approval by Mayor
assigned No. 2021-610.
160428 - Feuss/Grieder
that “Resolution approving a request by the City
of Waterloo to dedicate 21,464 square feet of city
owned property as right-of-way that currently
serves as Commercial Street, located adjacent to
2314 Commercial Street”, be adopted. Roll call
vote-Ayes: Seven. Motion carried.
Resolution adopted and upon approval by Mayor
assigned No. 2021-611.
160429 - Feuss/Grieder
that “Resolution approving a Professional Services
Agreement with Magellan Advisors, LLC, in the
amount of $331,077, for the Design of Additional
Fiber Backbone Network, 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. 2021-612.
160430 - Feuss/Grieder
that “Resolution approving a Professional Services
Agreement with The Goodman Corporation in the
amount of $36,500, for preparation and submittal
of a grant application to the US Economic
Development Administration, in conjunction with
construction of a portion of a Fiber Backbone
Network, 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. 2021-613.
ADJOURNMENT

160431 - Feuss/Grieder
that the Council adjourn at 8:23 p.m. Voice voteAyes: Seven. Motion carried.
_____________________________
LeAnn M. Even, CMC, IaCMC
Deputy City Clerk
2021-564
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
4C’S CONSULTING LLC
5,828.84
A. THOMPSON CONTRACTING LLC
3,289.65
AABLE PEST CONTROL INC
450.00
ACCO
740.92
ACES INC
4,812.19
ADVANCED ENVIRONMENTAL TESTING &
ABATEMENT INC
175.00
AECOM TECHNICAL SERVICES, INC
11,652.97
AKA SERVICES INC
320.00
ALLEN OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH SERVICES 54.00
ALTERNATIVE SERVICE CONCEPTS LLC 9,931.00
AMAZON.COM CREDIT
70.90
ANSER IOWA
130.00
APM INC
53.95
ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICES, INC.
1,056.80
ARNOLD MOTOR SUPPLY, LLP
1,816.79
ASPRO INC., & SUBSIDIARIES
696,750.91
AUTO PLUS
112.75
AUTOMATIC SYSTEMS CO
7,256.00
BAKER & TAYLOR, LLC
766.52
BENTON’S READY MIX CONCRETE INC
843.75
BITUMINOUS MATERIAL & SUPPLY, INC 1,336.00
BLACK HAWK COUNTY AUDITOR
111,574.00
BLACK HAWK COUNTY LANDFILL
1,705.60
BLACK HAWK COUNTY RECORDER
24.00
BLACK HAWK COUNTY TREASURER
33,938.00
BLUE CROSS/BLUE SHIELD OF IA
962.15
BMC AGGREGATES LC
721.97
BOOMERANG CORP
57,961.19
BOUND TREE MEDICAL LLC
960.00
BRODART COMPANY
1,207.91
BUGSY’S PEST SOLUTIONS LLC
50.00
C.J. COOPER & ASSOC. INC
175.00
CAMPBELL SUPPLY CO
1,032.08
CAN-AM AUTOMOTIVE & TOWING
100.00
CEDAR RAPIDS TRUCK CENTER, INC.
282.84
CEDAR VALLEY CORPORATION LLC
482,814.82
CEDAR VALLEY LAWN CARE INC
105.00
CENTER POINT LARGE PRINT
21.74
CENTRAL IOWA DISTRIBUTING
1,459.00
CERTIFIED POWER INC
3,388.11
CLARK, BUTLER, WALSH & HAMANN
249.40
COMMUNITY ELECTRIC, INC
94,127.10
CONTINENTAL RESEARCH CORPORATION 215.12
COOK COUNTY HOUSING AUTHORITY
1,796.79
COURIER
815.29
CREATIVE IMPACT COMPANY, LLC
223.99
CRESCENT ELECTRIC SUPPLY CO.
347.73
CRITERION MANUFACTURING
2,409.56
D & J OIL COMPANY
1,232.87
D & K PRODUCTS
1,350.00
DAVIS PLUMBING
4,250.00
DAWSON, JULIE
7.00
DELTA DENTAL OF IOWA
40,292.80
DENNIS SUPPLY COMPANY
169.80
DIAMOND OIL COMPANY
19,775.27
DICKEN, CURT
100.00
DIGITECH COMPUTER LLC
16,891.21
EBSCO INDUSTRIES INC
275.00
ECHO GROUP INC
231.58
ED M FELD EQUIPMENT CO INC
7,845.40
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING &
EQUIPMENT
720.07
ESO SOLUTIONS, INC
13,221.00
EXPERIENCE WATERLOO
185,895.29
EXPRESS SERVICES, INC.
1,051.18
FARM PLAN
191.60
FARNSWORTH ELECTRONICS
3.10
FERGUSON ENTERPRISES, INC.
832.34
GALE/CENGAGE LEARNING
56.98
GAVLOCK, GAIL
255.00
GOODYEAR COMMERCIAL TIRE &
SERVICE CENTERS
2,313.06
GRAINGER
1,466.45
GRAYSHIFT, LLC
27,995.00
HAUSERS WATER SYSTEMS, INC.
331.40
HAWKEYE ALARM & SIGNAL
95.00
HELLAND ENGINEERING & SURVEYING
LTD
1,572.00
HERNANDEZ, JASON
250.00
I W I MOTOR PARTS
197.60
IOWA LIBRARY ASSOCIATION
150.00
IOWA ONE CALL
135.10
IOWA PARKS & RECREATION ASSOCIATION 158.00
JACKSON, DANA
35.82
JIM LIND SERVICE
23.50
JOHNSTONE SUPPLY
427.89
JONES, RUDY/ PETTY CASH
7.00
JORDAN’S NURSERY, INC
165.00
K & S WHEEL ALIGNMENT INC
658.52
KASPARI, KEITH
648.00
KWS, INC
235.00
LANDMARK TURF SERVICES LLC
44,641.83
LAWSON PRODUCTS INC
1,893.50
LJ’S WELDING & FABRICATION
251.00
LODGE CONSTRUCTION INC
9,257.43
LUMEN
3,254.48
M&T BANK
490.00
MADISON NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE
CO., INC.
9,969.89
MAIDPRO
135.00
MANATT’S INC.
230.00
MANPOWER, INC
1,496.25
MCDONALD SUPPLY
116.37
MCMASTER-CARR SUPPLY COMPANY
163.21
MEDIACOM
200.00
MEDICAL ASSOCIATES HEALTH PLAN INC 574.77
MENARDS
795.18
MERCY ONE
3,798.14
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY
11,408.78
MIDLAND SCIENTIFIC INC
114.21
MIDWEST ALARM SERVICES INC
456.00
MIDWEST TAPE
1,340.84
MIDWEST WHEEL CO.
760.00
MODERN BUILDERS, INC
11,754.54
MOLO PETROLEUM, LLC
286.73
MOTION INDUSTRIES INC
223.38
MUNICIPAL PIPE TOOL CO., LLC
470.00
MURPHY TRACTOR & EQUIPMENT
COMPANY, INC
6,000.34
MUTUAL WHEEL COMPANY
1,630.32
NAPA AUTO PARTS
428.26
NCL OF WISCONSIN INC
260.13
NEWEGG BUSINESS INC
379.69
O’REILLY AUTO PARTS
42.96
OFFICE EXPRESS
386.16
OVERDRIVE INC
6,437.05
OVERHEAD DOOR CO. OF WATERLOO
INC
100.00
P & K MIDWEST INC
208.84
PETERSON CONTRACTORS, INC
358,569.08
PICKLEBALLCENTRAL
1,025.94
PPG ARCHITECTURAL FINISHES INC
299.83
PROSHIELD FIRE PROTECTION INC
120.00
RAY MOUNT WRECKER SERVICE INC
550.00
RC SYSTEMS INC
170.00
RELIANT FIRE APPARATUS, INC
240.55
REVIZE, LLC
5,900.00
RHINO INDUSTRIES, INC
6,835.50
RICOH USA INC
68.00
ROBBY’S SALES & SERVICE
129.56
RYDELL CHEVROLET
231.80
SADLER POWER TRAIN, INC
673.25
SAFETY-KLEEN SYSTEMS INC
4,989.61
SANDEE’S
45.00
SANDRY FIRE SUPPLY
2,465.00
SCOT’S SUPPLY INC
354.02
SERVICE ROOFING COMPANY
239.84
SHANKLE, KENT
235.39
SPELLER’S TRUE VALUE
18.76
STETSON BUILDING PRODUCTS INC
297.49
STICKFORT ELECTRIC CO., INC
271.50
STOREY KENWORTHY
752.89
SUPERIOR WELDING SUPPLY CO
295.06
TANDEM GRAPHICS, INC.
1,400.00
TERRACON CONSULTANTS INC
1,209.00
THOMPSON TRUCK & TRAILER INC
2,149.49
TOP SHELF CLEANING AND SERVICES
LLC
1,065.00
TRACTOR SUPPLY
52.40
TRUCK CENTER COMPANIES EAST LLC
307.65
UNIFIRST CORPORATION
580.80
UNITED PARCEL SERVICE
175.13
UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF
THE INTERIOR
8,640.00
UNIVERSITY OF IOWA
5,000.00
UNIVERSITY OF IOWA HOSPITALS
66.00
US CELLULAR
22.49
VAN DOREN’S CUSTOM FRAMING
1,761.25
VAN METER INDUSTRIAL, INC.
67.42
VANGUARD IDENTIFICATION SYSTEMS
644.70
VERIZON WIRELESS
250.19
VERIZON WIRELESS
190.00
WAL-MART COMPANY
49.92
WATERLOO COMMUNITY SCHOOL
DISTRICT
112.93
WATERLOO OIL COMPANY
3,248.22
WATERLOO TENT AND TARP, INC
23.25
WATERLOO WATER WORKS
1,299.78
WEBER PAPER COMPANY
1,351.10
WELLMARK BLUE CROSS &
BLUE SHEILD
57,087.10
WILSON HEATING AND AIR
42.50
WITHAM AUTO CENTER
2,654.05
ZELLHOEFER LAW OFFICES
325.00
DONALD ABBOTT
78.10
NORTHCREST SPECAILTY CARE
85.15
WORKERS COMPENSATION
58,183.18
HOUSING AUTHORITY
7,627.81
Total Expenditures
$2,538,112.12
Total Receipts
724,487.70
PASSED AND ADOPTED THIS DAY OF
SEPTEMBER 7TH, 2021.
Quentin Hart, Mayor
ATTEST:
Kelley Felchle, City Clerk

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