Details for Waterloo, City of - Legals - Ad from 2020-03-24

March 9, 2020
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
Monday, March 9, 2020. Mayor
Quentin Hart in the Chair. Roll Call:
Boesen, Amos, Klein, Feuss, Grieder,
Juon.
Mr.
Morrissey
arrived
at
5:38 p.m.
Prayer
or
Moment
of
Silence.
Pledge of Allegiance: Sharon Juon,
At-Large Council Member
157498 - Juon/Grieder
that the Agenda, as proposed, for
the Regular Session on Monday,
March 9, 2020, at 5:30 p.m., be
accepted and approved. Voice voteAyes: Seven. Motion carried.
157499 - Juon/Grieder
that the Minutes, as proposed, for
the Regular Session on Monday,
March 2, 2020, at 5:30 p.m., be
accepted and approved. Voice voteAyes: Seven. Motion carried.
ORAL PRESENTATIONS
David Dryer, 3145 W. 4th Street,
commented that council should focus
on the needs of the city not wants, and
questioned the coverage areas for the
additional five firefighters and what will
happen if federal funds through the
SAFER Grant dry up.
Mrs. Juon responded to Mr. Dryer’s
comments regarding the SAFER Grant
by explaining the how the grant works
and noted that firefighters hired through
the grant can be laid off at the end of
the grant.
John Sherbon, 1715 Robin Road,
commented that the sign on the
building says city hall. He explained
that he believes that two of the issues
on the agenda do not have anything to
do with city business. He explained that
he chatted with people from the schools
and the resolution proposed during the
work session and explained that those
individuals were unsure of why the city
was pursuing the resolution. He further
commented that the city expends more
money than it takes in and it hurts
taxpayers.
157500 - Juon/Grieder
that the above oral comments
be received and placed on file.
Voice vote-Ayes: Seven. Motion
carried.
CONSENT AGENDA
157501 - Juon/Klein
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 March 9, 2020,
in the amount of $3,052,062.05
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.
2020-153.
2. Resolution
approving
Variance
to Noise Ordinance request from
Crossroads Community Church
of the Nazarene, on Saturday,
June 13, 2020, from 10:30 a.m. to
3:30 p.m., in conjunction with a
community block party to be held at
3622 Hammond Avenue, along with
a live band and use of a PA system.
Resolution adopted and upon
approval by Mayor assigned No.
2020-154.
3. Resolution setting date of public
hearing as March 19, 2020 on the
proposed issuance of not to exceed
$11 million General Obligation
Bonds, for essential corporate
purposes, and instruct City Clerk to
publish said notice.
Resolution adopted and upon
approval by Mayor assigned No.
2020-155.
4. Resolution
approving
Order
accepting
Acknowledgment/
Settlement Agreement, in the
amount of $300, from Love’s
Travel Stops and Country Stores,
Inc., #702, 3301 Greyhound Drive,
Waterloo, Iowa, for sale of tobacco
to minor violation-first offense, and
authorizing the Mayor to execute
said document.
Resolution adopted and upon
approval by Mayor assigned No.
2020-156.
5. Resolution approving preliminary
plans,
specifications,
bid
documents, etc. and setting date
of bid opening as March 26, 2020
and date of public hearing as
April 6, 2020, for the 2020 Right-ofWay Mowing Contract, and instruct
City Clerk to publish said notice.
Resolution adopted and upon
approval by Mayor assigned No.
2020-157.
6. Resolution setting the date of public
hearing as March 23, 2020 to approve
a request by Lamar Advertising, for
a Site Plan Amendment to the “S-1”
Shopping Center District, to allow
for the construction of a 45-foot
tall, 378-square-foot off-premises
billboard, located at 2010 Sears
Street, and instruct City Clerk to
publish said notice.
Resolution adopted and upon
approval by Mayor assigned No.
2020-158.
7. Resolution setting date of public
hearing as March 23, 2020 to
approve a request by AutoZone,
Inc., for a Site Plan Amendment
to the “S-1” Shopping District, to
construct a new retail store located
south of 3115 Kimball Avenue, and
instruct City Clerk to publish said
notice.
Resolution adopted and upon
approval by Mayor assigned No.
2020-159.
8. Resolution
setting
date
of
public hearing as March 23,
2020 to approve the request by
DGOGWaterlooia062619
(Dollar
General) to rezone approximately
3.082 acres from “R-4” Multiple
Residence District to “C-P” Planned
Commercial District, to construct
a new retail store located North of
5225 Dysart Road, and instruct City
Clerk to publish said notice.
Resolution adopted and upon
approval by Mayor assigned No.
2020-160.
9. Resolution setting date of public
hearing as March 23, 2020 to
approve the request by PDG
Development, LLC, to vacate a
4,197-square-foot
storm
water
management easement, located

south of 3834 W. 4th Street, and
instruct City Clerk to publish said
notice.
Resolution adopted and upon
approval by Mayor assigned No.
2020-161.
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
Marshall Bluebeam Plan Review
Software Instruction Cedar Rapids,
IA March 13, 2020
$160.76
b. Randy Bennett, Public Works
Division Manager 2020 American
Public Works Association - Iowa
Chapter
Spring
Conference
West
Des
Moines,
IA
April 1-3, 2020
$670
c. Greg Alhelm, Building Official
Bluebeam
Plan
Review
Software
Cedar
Rapids,
IA
March 13,
2020 $100
d. Ben Wagner, Draftsperson 2020
Iowa Technical and Geospatial
Conference West Des Moines, IA
June 17-19, 2020
$595
e. Sarah Kempen, Storm Water
Specialist Iowa Water Conference
Coralville, IA April 8-9, 2020
$175
f. Tim Andera, Planner II Bluebeam
Plan Review Software Cedar Rapids,
IA March 13, 2020
$150
g. Keith Kaspari, Airport Director 2020
Iowa Public Airports Association
Conference Waterloo Marriott Hotel
April 21-23, 2020
$150
2. Approved Beer, Liquor, and Wine
Applications Name & Address of
Business Class New or Renewal
Expiration Date Includes Sunday
a. El
Patron
Family
Mexican
Restaurant, 301 E. 4th Street C
Liquor w/Outdoor Service Renewal
2/28/2021 x
b. Hy-Vee Food Store #1, 2834
Ansborough Avenue B Wine/C
Beer/E Liquor Renewal 3/23/2021 x
c. Dollar General Store #7136, 66 E.
Tower Park Drive B Wine / C Beer
Renewal 2/28/2021 x
d. Dollar General Store #10073, 3815
University Avenue B Wine/C Beer
Renewal 2/28/2021 x
Mrs. Klein requested to remove Vendor
21528, 2020-00001838, Central Property
Holdings, LLC, in the amount of $150,000.
Roll call vote-Ayes: Seven. Motion carried.
157502-Klein/Boesen
That payment to Vendor 21528, 202000001838, Central Property Holdings,
LLC, in the amount of $150,000 dated
March 9, 2020, a copy of which is on
file in the City Clerk’s office, together
with recommendation of approval of the
Finance Committee. Roll call vote - Ayes:
Seven. Motion carried.
Mrs. Klein requested an overview of the
payment that is to be approved.
Michelle Weidner, Chief Financial Officer,
provided an overview.
Mrs. Klein questioned if this is a loan
payment or what the purpose of the
payment.
Michelle Weidner explained that the
payment is to cover eligible expenses
under the project grant.
Mrs. Klein commented on the apparent
inactivity of the project since and
questioned what expenses had occurred.
Michelle Weidner explained that time and
money have been spent on architects, and
attorney fees and accountants as well as
equipment and property purchases and
insurance.
Mayor
Hart
questioned
if
that
dollar amount totals the $150,000.
Michelle Weidner explained the receipts
total approximately $311,000.
Mrs. Klein questioned the time frame to
break ground on the project.
Rodney Anderson, 2614 Heather Lane,
commented that there are things he
cannot disclose about the project but that
he has to continue to pay off architectural,
legal, and accounting bills in order to keep
the project moving forward. The bills that
have been brought in are from 2018 to
the present that have been paid out of
pocket and the payment will go back to
the company.
Mayor Hart clarified that payments are
still due even though the building portion
hasn’t begun.
Rodney Anderson commented that he has
gone a different direction with financing
because there are no longer new market
tax credits.
Mr. Morrissey questioned if he has
financing for the rest of the project.
Rodney Anderson clarified that the bank
has to approve a loan and then the SBA
has to approve the guarantee.
Mr. Morrissey questioned if there might
be a problem with the bank approving
the loan.
Mr. Anderson commented there is not.
Mr. Morrissey question if there were any
new investors in the project.
Rodney Anderson commented that he
does have a new partner, Lance Dunn.
Mr. Morrissey question if there are
any foreseeable problems with a city
employee investing in a project.
Rodney Anderson explained that the
project was approved before Mr. Dunn
came on board and that he has not
invested financially to the project.
Martin Petersen, City Attorney, explained
that he will review the issue and let council
know his findings.
Mrs. Juon commented that it would be
helpful to receive an update on the project.
Rodney Anderson confirmed he would be
happy to give more frequent updates.
Mrs. Klein questioned if the city has a
step in the hiring process that discusses
conflict of ethics and if there is currently a
policy in place.
Mayor Hart commented he does not know
off hand about practices or policies but
there have been other city employees that
have been a part of businesses. He further
commented that knowing this information
prior to a project would be appropriate and
questioned if Lance Dunn was a partner at
the time of the initial negotiations.
Rodney Anderson commented that Lance
Dunn became a partner in the project
back in May of 2019.
Mrs. Juon explained her concerns
regarding the timing.
Mrs. Klein questioned if there was a quid
pro quo.
Rodney Anderson clarified that he
approached Mr. Dunn to join him, not the
other way around.
Mr. Morrissey commented that there
could be potential problems if the city
did not pay the $150,000 after it was
previously approved that $500,000 would
be released.
Mayor Hart commented on the original
agreement to release $500,000.

Rodney Anderson explained that he has
spent $311,000 to date.
Mr. Morrissey questioned if the city
is subject to legal action if it does not
authorize the payment.
Martin
Petersen,
City
Attorney,
commented that without additional
information he is unable to answer the
question.
Mr. Boesen requested an overview of the
city’s investment in the project to date.
Noel Anderson, Community Planning
and Development Director, provided an
overview of the terms of the development
agreement, and detailed the financial
investment the city has in the project.
Forest Dillavou, 1725 Huntington Road,
commented that he has strong concerns
about the project. He stated that the
funding is not guaranteed and until the
funding is guaranteed the city should not
continue to provide funding on the project
until funding is approved.
Rodney Anderson commented that
gambling is a bad thing. As a developer,
he has to ensure that bills are paid
and gamble that the funding is coming
through. He clarified that the city is not
paying for the fence around the property.
PUBLIC HEARINGS
157503 -Morrissey/Feuss
that proof of publication of notice of
public hearing on the request by the
City of Waterloo to rezone approximately
0.52 acres from “R-2” One and Two
Family Residence District to “M-1” Light
Industrial District, located at and adjacent
to 915 Linden Avenue, as published in the
Waterloo Courier on February 28, 2020,
be received and placed on file. Voice voteAyes: 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 why the city is asking its own
permission to rezone property it owns.
Mayor Hart commented that the city has
to report the different uses of the land for
the purpose of updating zoning maps and
general public awareness.
Noel Anderson commented that the city is
required by its own policies and state law.
157504 - Morrissey/Feuss
that the hearing be closed and oral
comments, and recommendation of
approval of the Planning, Programming
and Zoning Commission, be received and
placed on file. Voice vote-Ayes: Seven.
Motion carried.
157505 - Morrissey/Grieder
that “an Ordinance approving a request
by the City of Waterloo to rezone
approximately 0.52 acres from “R-2”
One and Two Family Residence District
to “M-1” Light Industrial District, located
at and adjacent to 915 Linden Avenue”,
be received, placed on file, considered
and passed for the first time. Roll call
vote-Ayes: Seven. Motion carried.
157506 -Morrissey/Grieder
that rules requiring ordinances to be
considered and voted for passage at two
prior meetings be suspended. Roll call
vote-Ayes: Six. Nays: One (Klein) Motion
carried.
Noel Anderson provided an overview of
the project and commented there have
been no objections and no need for
urgency.
157507 - Morrissey/Grieder
that “an Ordinance approving a request
by the City of Waterloo to rezone
approximately 0.52 acres from “R-2” One
and Two Family Residence District to
“M-1” Light Industrial District, located at
and adjacent to 915 Linden Avenue”, be
considered and passed for the second
and third times and adopted. Roll call
vote-Ayes: Seven. Motion carried.
Ordinance adopted and upon approval by
Mayor assigned No. 5543.
157508 - Feuss/Grieder
that proof of publication of notice of
public hearing on the request by the
City of Waterloo to vacate 2,000 square
feet of alley right-of-way located west of
915 Linden Avenue, as published in the
Waterloo Courier on February 28, 2020,
be received and placed on file. Voice voteAyes: Seven. Motion carried.
This being the time and place of public
hearing, the Mayor called for written and
oral comments and there were none.
157509 - Feuss/Grieder
that the hearing be closed, and
recommendation of approval of the
Planning, Programming and Zoning
Commission, be received and placed
on file. Voice vote-Ayes: Seven. Motion
carried.
157510 - Feuss/Grieder
that “an Ordinance approving a request
by the City of Waterloo to vacate 2,000
square feet of alley right-of-way located
west of 915 Linden Avenue”, be received,
placed on file, considered and passed for
the first time. Roll call vote-Ayes: Seven.
Motion carried.
157511 - Feuss/Grieder
that rules requiring ordinances to be
considered and voted for passage at two
prior meetings be suspended. Roll call
vote-Ayes: Six. Nays: One (Klein). Motion
carried.
157512 - Feuss/Grieder
that “an Ordinance approving a request
by the City of Waterloo to vacate
2,000 square feet of alley right-of-way
located west of 915 Linden Avenue”, be
considered and passed for the second
and third times and adopted. Roll call
vote-Ayes: Seven. Motion carried.
Ordinance adopted and upon approval by
Mayor assigned No. 5544.
157513 - Amos/Morrissey
that proof of publication of notice
of public hearing on the request
by the City of Waterloo to vacate a
50-foot-wide
utility
easement,
approximately 1.4 acres located south
of 4550 Hess Road, as published in the
Waterloo Courier on February 28, 2020,
be received and placed on file. Voice voteAyes: Seven. Motion carried.
This being the time and place of public
hearing, the Mayor called for written and
oral comments and there were none.
157514 - Amos/Morrissey
that the hearing be closed, and
recommendation of approval of the
Planning, Programming and Zoning
Commission, be received and placed on
file. Roll call vote-Ayes: Seven. Motion
carried.
157515 - Amos/Morrissey
that “an Ordinance approving a request
by the City of Waterloo to vacate a
50-foot-wide
utility
easement,
approximately 1.4 acres located south of
4550 Hess Road”, be received, placed on
file, considered and passed for the first
time. Roll call vote-Ayes: Seven. Motion
carried.
157516 - Amos/Morrissey
that rules requiring ordinances to be

considered and voted for passage at two
prior meetings be suspended. Roll call
vote-Ayes: Six. Nays: One (Klein). Motion
carried.
157517 - Amos/Morrissey
that “an Ordinance approving a request by
the City of Waterloo to vacate a 50-footwide utility easement, approximately 1.4
acres located south of 4550 Hess Road”,
be considered and passed for the second
and third times and adopted. Roll call
vote-Ayes: Seven. Motion carried.
Ordinance adopted and upon approval by
Mayor assigned No. 5545.
157518 - Amos/Morrissey
that proof of publication of notice
of public hearing on the request by the
City of Waterloo to vacate approximately
0.47 acres of City right-of-way, located
north of 3105 Airport Boulevard, as
published in the Waterloo Courier on
February 28, 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.
157519 - Amos/Morrissey
that the hearing be closed, and
recommendation of approval of the
Planning, Programming and Zoning
Commission, be received and placed
on file. Voice vote-Ayes: Seven. Motion
carried.
157520 - Amos/Morrissey
that “an Ordinance approving a request
by the City of Waterloo to vacate
approximately 0.47 acres of City rightof-way located north of 3105 Airport
Boulevard, and retain an easement over,
under and upon the entire vacated area”,
be received, placed on file, considered
and passed for the first time. Roll call
vote-Ayes: Seven. Motion carried.
Noel Anderson provided an overview of
the item.
157521 - Amos/Morrissey
that rules requiring ordinances to be
considered and voted for passage at two
prior meetings be suspended. Roll call
vote-Ayes: Seven. Motion carried.
157522 - Amos/Morrissey
that “an Ordinance approving a request
by the City of Waterloo to vacate
approximately 0.47 acres of City rightof-way located north of 3105 Airport
Boulevard, and retain an easement over,
under and upon the entire vacated area”,
be considered and passed for the second
and third times and adopted. Roll call
vote-Ayes: Seven. Motion carried.
Ordinance adopted and upon approval by
Mayor assigned No. 5546.
157523 - Morrissey/Grieder
that proof of publication of notice of
public hearing on Exchange Agreement
and Assignment of Real Estate Contract
with L & H Farms, Ltd., for the acquisition
of property in Black Hawk County
and exchange of property in the San
Marnan TIF District in the amount of
$1,696,636.60, for 47.17 acres and up
to $10,000 in closing costs, as published
in the Waterloo Courier on February 28,
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.
David Dryer, 3145 W. 4th Street,
commented that land prices have
decreased since the last exchange and
questioned if the city has an interested
investor.
157524 - Morrissey/Amos
that the hearing be closed and oral
comments be received and placed on file.
Voice vote-Ayes: Seven. Motion carried.
157525 - Morrissey/Amos
that “Resolution approving an Exchange
Agreement and Assignment of Real
Estate Contract with L & H Farms, Ltd.,
for the acquisition of 47.17 acres of land
in Black Hawk County in the amount
of $1,696,636.60, and up to $10,000 in
closing costs, in exchange for property in
the San Marnan TIF
District, 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. 2020-162.
157526 - Feuss/Amos
that proof of publication of notice of
public hearing on FY 2020 Sidewalk
Inspection and Repair Program - Zone
10, as published in the Waterloo Courier
on February 25, 2020 and March 5, 2020,
be received and placed on file. Voice voteAyes: Seven. Motion carried.
This being the time and place of public
hearing, the Mayor called for written and
oral comments.
Wendell Speller, 919 E. Donald Street,
commented that he opened his business
in 2016 and at that time the city started
renovations on E. 4th Street. He
commented that the city made additional
green space and he had to pay to rebuild
his sidewalk. He stated that he does not
have the money to install the sidewalk and
questioned if he has additional recourse
for the repair.
157527 - Feuss/Amos
that the hearing be closed and oral
comments be received and placed on file.
Voice vote-Ayes: Seven. Motion carried.
157528 - Feuss/Amos
that “Resolution authorizing proposed
repairs to sidewalk”, be adopted. Roll-call
vote-Ayes: Seven. Motion carried.
Mrs. Juon questioned if the city has
reached out to non-profits or churches to
help people pay for the program.
Jamie Knutson, City Engineer, commented
that he has had conversations with Felicia
Smith-Nalls in Neighborhood Services
and explained that people can contact her
to help locate assistance.
Resolution adopted and upon approval by
Mayor assigned No. 2020-163.
157529 - Feuss/Amos
that “Resolution adopting Proposed
Resolution of Necessity, as proposed or
amended”, be adopted. Roll-call voteAyes: Seven. Motion carried.
Resolution adopted and upon approval by
Mayor assigned No. 2020-164.
RESOLUTIONS
157530 - Klein/Grieder
that “Resolution approving award of
bid to J. Pettiecord, Inc., of Bondurant,
Iowa, in the amount of $129,077.50,
and approving the contract, bonds and
certificate of insurance, in conjunction
with the FY 2020 Waterloo Air and Rail
Park Tree Clearing, Contract No. 1017,
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. 2020-165.
157531 - Klein/Grieder
that “Resolution approving a Professional
Services Agreement with Ament Design

of Waterloo, Iowa, in an amount not
to exceed $49,100, for the design of
Downtown Fiber Optic Interconnect and
Monitoring Cameras, Iowa DOT Project
Number STBG-SWAP-8155(769)--SG-07,
and authorizing the Mayor to execute
said document”, be adopted. Roll call
vote-Ayes: Seven. Motion carried.
David Dryer, 3145 W. 4th Street,
questioned what the cameras will monitor
and if they will be turned into red light
cameras.
Randy Bennett, Public Works Division
Manager, explained that the cameras will
be used to let the signals know when
cars are approaching and will be used for
future traffic study.
Resolution adopted and upon approval by
Mayor assigned No. 2020-166.
157532 - Klein/Grieder
that “Resolution approving a thirty-six (36)
month Telecom Service Agreement with
CenturyLink Business, at a base rate of
$2,956.60 per month plus an additional
$35 per analog line, 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. 2020-167.
ORDINANCES
157533 - Morrissey/Grieder
that “an ordinance amending the City of
Waterloo Code of Ordinances by repealing
the word “one (1)” from Paragraph 6,
Employer, of Subsection A, Definitions,
Section 15, Unfair Use of Criminal record
in hiring Decisions, Chapter 3, Human
Rights, Title 5, Police Regulations,
5-13-15(A)(6), and inserting in lieu thereof
the word four (4) in Paragraph 6, Employer,
of Subsection A, Definitions, Section 15,
Unfair Use of Criminal Record in Hiring
Decisions, Chapter 3, Human Rights,
Title 5, Police Regulations”, be received,
placed on file, considered and passed
for the first time. Roll call vote-Ayes: Six.
Nays: One (Klein). Motion carried.
157534 - Morrissey/Amos
that rules requiring ordinances to be
considered and voted for passage at two
prior meetings be suspended. Roll call
vote-Ayes: Six. Nays: One (Klein). Motion
carried.
157535 - Morrissey/Amos
that “an ordinance amending the City of
Waterloo Code of Ordinances by repealing
the word “one (1)” from Paragraph 6,
Employer, of Subsection A, Definitions,
Section 15, Unfair Use of Criminal record
in hiring Decisions, Chapter 3, Human
Rights, Title 5, Police Regulations,
5-13-15(A)(6), and inserting in lieu thereof
the word four (4) in Paragraph 6, Employer,
of Subsection A, Definitions, Section 15,
Unfair Use of Criminal Record in Hiring
Decisions, Chapter 3, Human Rights, Title
5, Police Regulations”, be considered and
passed for the second and third times and
adopted. Roll call vote-Ayes: Six. Nays:
One (Klein). Motion carried.
Ordinance adopted and upon approval by
Mayor assigned No. 5547.
OTHER COUNCIL BUSINESS
157536 - Morrissey/Feuss
that Change Order No. 2 from Henkel
Construction Company of Mason City,
Iowa, for a net decrease of $2,060,
in conjunction with the Five Sullivan
Brothers Kitchen Improvements project,
be received, placed on file and approved.
Voice vote-Ayes: Seven. Motion carried.
157537 - Morrissey/Feuss
that Change Order No. 3, to Henkel
Construction Company, Mason City,
Iowa, for a net increase of $5,053.20,
in conjunction with the Five Sullivan
Brothers Kitchen Improvements project,
be received, placed on file and approved.
Voice vote-Ayes: Seven. Motion carried.
157538 - Juon/Grieder
that the council adjourn to Executive
Session at 6:41 p.m. Roll call vote-Ayes:
Seven. Motion carried.
City Attorney Martin Petersen stated
that discussion of litigation strategy with
counsel is an approved topic of Executive
Session pursuant to Iowa Code Section
§21.5(1)(c).
EXECUTIVE SESSION
157539 - Juon/Grieder
that the council adjourn Executive Session
at 7:12 p.m. Voice vote-Ayes: Seven.
Motion carried.
ADJOURNMENT
157540 - Juon/Grieder
that the Council adjourn at 7:12 p.m. Voice
vote-Ayes: Seven. Motion carried.

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DOORS, INC
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DULTMEIER SALES INC
78.13
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING & EQUIP
251.83
EMSLRC
23.00
EXPERIENCE WATERLOO
128,892.40
EXPRESS SERVICES, INC.
3,132.69
FARM PLAN
173.50
FARNSWORTH ELECTRONICS, INC
34.90
FELCHLE, KELLEY
138.29
FERGUSON ENTERPRISES, INC.
142.00
FORCE AMERICA DISTRIBUTING
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GALE/CENGAGE LEARNING
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GALLS INCORPORATED
224.84
GOODYEAR COMMERCIAL TIRE &
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2,204.58
GORDON FLESCH COMPANY
268.54
GROUT MUSEUM OF HISTORY
AND SCIENCE
25,000.00
GUARDIAN ANGELS
410.00
GUERNSEY, DENNIS
100.00
H & A L.C.
140,188.52
HANNA, CONSTANCE
22.00
HARRISON TRUCK CENTERS
346.32
HART, QUENTIN
48.57
HAWKEYE ALARM & SIGNAL CO
972.00
HERNANDEZ, JASON
164.84
HR GREEN, INC.
28,961.85
HUFF CONTRACTING INC
35,284.90
INTERSTATE BATTERIES OF UPPER IOWA 298.95
IOWA DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE
962.05
IOWA GOLF COURSE
375.00
JIM LIND SERVICE
231.00
JOHN THOMAS INC
13,974.07
JOHNSTONE SUPPLY
167.53
KELLY SERVICES, INC
905.19
KELTEK INCORPORATED
772.92
KLOCKE’S EMERGENCY VEHICLES, LLC
50.40
KW ELECTRIC INC
205.00
LAWSON PRODUCTS INC
545.72
LEAF CAPITAL FUNDING LLC
670.46
LOCATION TECHNOLOGIES INC
517.20
LOCKSPERTS
27.50
LOGAN CONTRACTORS SUPPLY, INC
333.61
MACQUEEN EQUIPMENT INC.
822.10
MARION BODY WORKS, INC.
377.26
MARTIN BROS DIST CO INC
2,247.85
MCMASTER CARR SUPPLY COMPANY
20.40
MEDIACOM
659.64
MENARDS
1,167.90
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY
1,659.32
MIDWEST TAPE
421.02
MIDWEST WHEEL CO.
704.86
MILLER FENCE CO.
150.00
MILLER MECHANICAL SPECIALTIES
5,797.63
MORLAN, KAREN M
160.00
MUNICIPAL PIPE TOOL CO., LLC
1,492.00
MURPHY TRACTOR & EQUIPMENT
3,977.52
MUTUAL WHEEL COMPANY
100.23
NAPA AUTO PARTS
170.04
NORTHLAND PRODUCTS COMPANY
39.95
NUTRI JECT SYSTEMS, INC
22,010.70
O’NEAL STEEL LLC
1,035.00
OFFICE EXPRESS
71.24
OVERHEAD DOOR CO. OF WATERLOO
466.55
P & K MIDWEST INC
138.54
PAYNE, CORBIN
25.00
PEPSI COLA GENERAL BOTTLING
1,852.08
PERSONIFIED, INC.
280.74
PETCOR N.A. CORP
13,344.00
PLUNKETT’S PEST CONTROL INC
65.00
PPG ARCHITECTURAL FINISHES
25.86
PRECISION MIDWEST
15,451.21
PROSHIELD FIRE PROTECTION
213.25
QUICKTURN DUPLICATION
555.57
RACOM
176.25
RAY MOUNT WRECKER SERVICE
50.00
REDFERN LAW OFFICE
TRUST ACCOUNT
1,692,923.56
RELIANT FIRE APPARATUS, INC
466.12
RESTORATION SERVICES, INC.
2,999.00
RICOH USA
136.00
ROBBY’S SALES & SERVICE
45.87
SADLER POWER TRAIN
104.92
SANDEE’S
9.00
SCOT’S SUPPLY
431.14
SHANKLE, KENT
229.56
SIGNS BY TOMORROW
978.45
SPOHN RANCH, INC.
12,000.00
STANARD & ASSOCIATES INC
413.00
STEIN ENTERPRISES LLC
880.00
STETSON BUILDING PRODUCTS INC
5.82
STOREY KENWORTHY
1,775.18
STREICHER’S
383.92
SUPERIOR WELDING SUPPLY CO
2,563.66
TANDEM GRAPHICS, INC.
840.00
THOMPSON TRUCK & TRAILER INC
770.75
TOJO CONSTRUCTION CO
13,120.00
TOP SHELF CLEANING AND
SERVICES LLC
425.00
TOWN & COUNTRY HOME
IMPROVEMENT CO., INC.
2,340.00
TRELOAR, PAT
30.43
TRUE NORTH LUBRICANTS &
RESOURCES LLC
265.48
UNIFIRST CORPORATION
519.00
UNITED PARCEL SERVICE
34.67
UNITED RENTALS
225.00
US CELLULAR
3,590.17
VAN METER INDUSTRIAL, INC.
4,349.67
VERIZON WIRELESS
122.93
VGM GROUP, INC.
550.00
VISA
15,875.48
WATERLOO WATER WORKS
1,223.49
WAVERLY SHELL ROCK
COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT
120.00
WEBER PAPER COMPANY
4,744.86
WELLMARK BLUE CROSS &
BLUE SHEILD
280,967.92
WITMER PUBLIC SAFETY GROUP, INC
295.49
JAQUON ONEAL
2,692.50
HOUSING ASSITANCE
2,227.00
TOTAL EXPENDITURES
$3,052,062.05
TOTAL RECEIPTS
1,153,791.33
PASSED AND ADOPTED THIS 9TH DAY
OF MARCH, 2019.
Quentin Hart, Mayor
ATTEST:

Kelley Felchle, City Clerk
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
651.63
A.M. LEONARD, INC.
531.97
ACCESS TECHNOLOGIES, INC.
1,635.42
ADVANTAGE SCREENPRINT
42.00
AECOM TECHNICAL SERVICES, INC 122,625.03
AGVANTAGE FS, INC.
28,815.54
ALL STAR PLUMBING & HTG., INC
6,638.00
ALL TEMP REFRIGERATION
1,756.00
ALTEC INDUSTRIES, INC
1,081.71
ALTORFER INC
10,139.40
AP INDUSTRIAL STEEL, INC
551.30
ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICES, INC.
705.83
ARNOLD MOTOR SUPPLY
532.68
ATLANTIS GLOBAL LLC
288.78
AUTO MART CORP
29,500.00
B & B LOCK & KEY, INC.
57.00
BAKER & TAYLOR
558.58
BDI
445.75
BEECHER TRUST ACCOUNT
450.00
BIG RIVER EQUIPMENT CO,. INC
24,150.00
BLACK HAWK COUNTY ABSTRACT CO
280.00
BLACK HAWK COUNTY ATTORNEY
962.05
BLACK HAWK COUNTY AUDITOR
105,184.00
BLACK HAWK COUNTY RECORDER
276.00
BLACK HAWK COUNTY TREASURER
4,601.62
BLACK HAWK RENTAL
167.90
BLACKHAWK AUTOMATIC
SPRINKLERS, INC.
3,048.00
BRODART COMPANY
500.06
CAMPBELL SUPPLY CO
277.23
CEDAR VALLEY MOTORS & COLLISION 1,033.80
CENTRAL PROPERTY HOLDINGS, LLC 150,000.00
CERTIFIED POWER INC CO
776.15
CHRISTIANSEN, ERICA
298.55
CHRISTOPHERSON & SONS
1,160.00
CLAPSADDLE GARBER ASSOC. INC.
24,615.33
CORNERSTONE GOVERNMENT
AFFAIRS INC
5,000.00
COURIER
169.95
CRESCENT ELECTRIC SUPPLY CO.
203.60
CURBTENDER INC
1,270.53
D & D TIRE INC
200.00
DENNIS SUPPLY CO.
1,213.61
DERIFIELD, TODD
288.00
DICK WITHAM FORD
62.42
DICKEN, CURT
100.00
DISCOUNT SCHOOL SUPPLY
114.83
DOMINO’S PIZZA INC.
560.00 Kelley Felchle, City Clerk

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