Announcing: The Colesburg Commercial Club is now – The Colesburg Community Club!


UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE SPECIAL MEETING!

NOTICE OF POTENTIAL RELOCATION
Public Meeting to be Held for the Relocation of:
Colesburg Post Office
304 Main Street
Colesburg, IA 52035
Date and Time
March 26th, 2019 at 5:00 p.m.
Meeting Location
Colesburg Community Center
220 Jackson Street
Colesburg, IA 52035
(Looking for approximately 900 SF of commercial  space)


 

COLESBURG CITY COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS FOR REGULAR MEETING December 10, 2018

Mayor Rex Meyer called the regular meeting of the Colesburg City Council to order at 6:04 p.m. Monday, December 10, 2018. On roll were Jim Diers, Tom Forkenbrock, Jodi McCabe, Leo Roling and Roger Waterman. Mayor Meyer added Resolution 2018-12-10, Building Permit for Randy Funk and Rex Meyer reimbursement to the agenda. Motion made by Forkenbrock. Second by Waterman to approve the consent agenda. Roll Call: Ayes: Waterman, Diers, McCabe, Roling, Forkenbrock; Nays: 0. Motion carried, Consent agenda included approval of agenda, November minutes/claims, and the Treasurer’s Report, as follows:

NOVEMBER REVENUES                                                                 
Utility Payments                                                                                   30,733.07
Local Option                                                                                          3,985.02
Savings Account Interest                                                                          467.44
RUT – State                                                                                            3,589.87
Building Permit                                                                                            10.00
FD Cashed CD                                                                                     13,000.00
CD Interest to Savings                                                                              645.55
Community Center                                                                                      90.00
Property Tax                                                                                           8,159.14
Miscellaneous                                                                                            269.02
Ambulance                                                                                              1,131.07
TOTAL REVENUES                                                                             62,080.18

 NOVEMBER PAID PRIORS
Baker Taylor                                                                                              168.80
Carol Walthart – Reimburse                                                                       100.77
DEMCO                                                                                                       30.23
EFTPS – November Payment                                                                 1,508.53
FSB – Stamps                                                                                            200.00
IPERS – November Payment                                                                  1,119.09
Scholastic Books                                                                                          34.25
Welterlen Motors – FD                                                                             2,235.94
 NOVEEMBER FOR APPROVAL
Ace Homeworks                                                                                          171.95
Alliant Energy- Utilities                                                                             3,356.83
Bi-County Disposal – November Pick Up                                                 2,194.72
Black Hills Energy                                                                                        520.65
Chuck Niehaus – Reimburse                                                                        123.12
Comelec Services – AMB                                                                               54.00
Duane Staner – Reimburse                                                                          173.54
ECIA – 2nd Half Dues                                                                                   133.32
Edgewood Ambulance Service                                                                    150.00
Edgewood Farm & Home                                                                              37.42
Edgewood Reminder                                                                                   249.83
Every’s Auto & Tire                                                                                      233.95
Hawkins                                                                                                       182.92
Hill Country CS – Utilities                                                                             144.00
Joe’s Plumbing & Heating                                                                           400.00
J & R Supply                                                                                                 40.00
John Deere Financial                                                                                  125.64
Keystone                                                                                                       12.50
NAPA Auto Parts                                                                                        164.88
Quill Corporation                                                                                        148.47
Rex Meyer – Reimburse                                                                             387.89
TestAmerica – Sewer Analysis                                                                  355.00
USA Blue Book                                                                                            97.92
US Cellular – Ambulance                                                                             24.46
Windstream – Phone Utilities                                                                     385.01
Total November Payroll                                                                          6,448.88
TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                                                     19,178.77
 
Fire Department – Chief Meyer attended a Contemporary Issues class in Ames. They took possession of the 2nd Unimog. The department recently completed CPR recertification.
Ambulance – Stairchair that was recently purchased has been put to use. Great addition.
Library – Siding on the building is complete. Wall was tore out inside to open the Library up. Wondering what to do with the Colesburg Memorabilia.
Sheriff’s Department – Monthly Report. 2.5% increase in the yearly contract with the County.
Commercial Club – Heir Fencing was in to fix the net on the tennis court. Group is selling benches in honor/memory of individuals or groups. 90 kids visited Santa and all were given a toy and a treat. February, March and April will again have Friday night music get-togethers. As of November 29, 2018 the Commercial Club is now a 501 (c)(3).
Committee reports are as follows:
Streets and Sidewalks – County Engineer confirmed that it was up to the City to change the parking in front of Don Phelps. Won’t change until the City restripes. There are parked cars that haven’t moved along some streets, time to send reminder letters.
Recreation & Pool –
Building Permits – Randy Funk, 149 Main Street – New Roof on house and garage. Motion by Waterman. Second by Diers to approve the building permit. Roll Call: Ayes: Diers, McCabe, Roling, Forkenbrock, Waterman; Nays: 0. Motion carried, Mayor Meyer will contact Cody Hoisington about moving a garage.
Resolution 2018-12-10 Resolution to Appoint a Representative and Alternate Representative to the Clayton County E-911 Service Board. Motion to approve the resolution by Forkenbrock. Second by Roling. Roll Call: Ayes: McCabe, Roling, Forkenbrock, Waterman, Diers; Nays: 0. Motion carried,
Council discussed sale of old well pipe. Decided Cory could handle that.
Colesburg Appreciation List was discussed. Colesburg Bucks will again be given. Motion made by Forkenbrock. Second by McCabe to approve the list. Roll Call: Ayes: Roling, Forkenbrock, Waterman, Diers, McCabe; Nays: 0. Motion carried,

Old Business was considered once again. All items still remain. Clerk spoke to Dupaco on one of the nuisance properties. Will return a call with updated information. Next water bill needs a reminder to shovel the snow on your sidewalk.

Adjourned at 6:44 pm. Motion made by Forkenbrock. Second by Diers to adjourn. Roll Call: Ayes: Roling, Forkenbrock, Waterman, Diers, McCabe; Nays: 0. Motion carried,

_________________________                                          ___________________________
Rex Meyer, Mayor                                           Attest: Julie Wessel, City Clerk


COLESBURG CITY COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS FOR REGULAR MEETING November 12, 2018

Mayor Rex Meyer called the regular meeting of the Colesburg City Council to order at 6:02 p.m. Monday, October 8, 2018. On roll were Jim Diers, Tom Forkenbrock, Jodi McCabe, Leo Roling and Roger Waterman. Motion made by McCabe. Second by Roling to approve the consent agenda. Roll Call: Ayes: Waterman, Diers, McCabe, Roling, Forkenbrock; Nays: 0. Motion carried, Consent agenda included approval of agenda, October minutes/claims, and the Treasurer’s Report, as follows:

OCTOBER REVENUES                                                                    
Utility Payments                                                                                   28,212.14
Local Option                                                                                          3,030.41
Savings Account Interest                                                                         408.51
RUT – County                                                                                        3,249.44
RUT – State                                                                                            2,870.03
Township – Colony & Mallory                                                              13,184.00
Alcohol/Cigarette Permits                                                                         404.06
Property Tax                                                                                        47,017.35
Pool                                                                                                           159.70
Ambulance                                                                                             2,629.87
TOTAL REVENUES                                                                          101,165.51

OCTOBER PAID PRIORS
Baker Taylor                                                                                              155.13
Carol Walthart – Reimburse                                                                        255.65
Cory Schenke – Reimburse                                                                            7.50
EFTPS – October Payment                                                                      1,545.77
FSB – Stamps                                                                                              100.00
Iowa Department of Revenue – Quarterly Withholding                                971.00
Iowa Department of Revenue – Quarterly WET Tax                                    761.00
Iowa Department of Revenue – Quarterly Sales Tax                                   399.00
Iowa League of Cities – Workshop                                                                 45.00
Iowa Parks & Rec – Pool Cert                                                                      295.00
Iowa Workforce Development – Quarterly SUTA                                           17.47
IPERS – October Payment                                                                       1,139.76
Linda Betsinger McCann – LIB                                                                       80.00
 OCTOBER FOR APPROVAL
Alliant Energy- Utilities                                                                             3,226.14
Bard Materials                                                                                             534.00
Bi-County Disposal – October Pick Up                                                    2,194.72
Bi-County Disposal – FD                                                                            404.30
Brehme Drug                                                                                               586.54
Dubuque Fire Equipment                                                                            485.50
Eastern Iowa Building Inc.                                                                       13000.00
Edgewood Farm & Home                                                                              81.77
Every’s Auto & Tire                                                                                      921.14
Friedlein Excavating LLC                                                                             350.00
Gosling & Company                                                                                     125.00
Graybill Communications                                                                          5,776.18
Hill Country CS – Utilities                                                                               61.94
Iowa Finance Authority                                                                           16,690.00
Iowa Rural Water                                                                                        225.00
J & R Supply                                                                                               272.00
John Deere Financial                                                                                    23.32
Keith Lee                                                                                                       26.95
Keystone                                                                                                       12.50
Kuehl Construction                                                                                      380.00
Lisa Barnhart – Reimburse                                                                            60.00
Mc2                                                                                                             790.63
Mr. Lock & Key                                                                                             19.34
Marc                                                                                                           515.18
Moore Medical                                                                                           711.28
Pat’s Repair                                                                                            2,850.00
NAPA Auto Parts                                                                                       260.99
PCC                                                                                                             55.35
Petersburg Electric                                                                                 2,381.44
Quill Corporation                                                                                       372.98
Sandry Fire Supply                                                                                   982.83
Schroeder Cash Supply                                                                           171.33
TestAmerica – Sewer Analysis                                                                300.00
US Cellular – Ambulance                                                                           24.42
Welter Storage                                                                                         943.00
Windstream – Phone Utilities                                                                    371.34
Total October Payroll                                                                             5,427.14
TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                                                    66,727.12

 Fire Department – Fire Department Truck Committee has decided to purchase a Ford F350 Crew Cab from Welterlen Motors in Edgewood for a cost of $36,906.00. They also considered a Dodge and a Chevy. They requested the Council allow them to cash a CD to pay for part of it. The balance will be paid through the Association. Diers made a motion to approve the Fire Department cashing one of their CD’s. Roling second. Roll Call: Ayes: Diers, McCabe, Roling, Waterman; Nays: 0. Abstain: Forkenbrock. Motion carried,
Ambulance – Maggie was present and gave a run down on the previous month. They ordered a stair chair and will discuss how they will pay for that at their next meeting.
Library – Monthly Report. Carol Walthart was present and spoke about the Library considering how they can make more space in the Library. Mike Tucker did a walk through and gave ideas. Library thinks they need to remove part of a wall. The historical information that is still in the Library needs to find a new home.
Sheriff’s Department – Monthly Report
Commercial Club – A Halloween Costume Party was held on October 28. Turkey & Christmas Drawing will be held on December 8. Vendors will be there and so will Santa. Ann Glime was present to thank the Council for their work and gave them some homemade treats.
Committee reports are as follows:
Streets and Sidewalks – Mayor Meyer mentioned that Edgewood was going to have a Snow Bucket for sale. Waiting to get a firm price. Cory will get some prices for forks also. Discussed changing parking in front of Don Phelps from diagonal to one parallel spot. Will check with the County Engineer.
Recreation & Pool – Carl Scherbring let the Council know that there have been lights on at the Pool.
Building Permits – Nick & Megan Brown, 412 Jackson – New Roof on garage.
Carl & Mary Scherbring, 325 New Street – New steel roof on house.
Motion by Waterman. Second by Diers to approve the building permits. Roll Call: Ayes: McCabe, Roling, Forkenbrock, Waterman, Diers; Nays: 0. Motion carried, Mayor Meyer clarified to the Council that Ed Bolsinger moved his portable shed as the Council wished and no permit was necessary.
Council decided to order new shirts for Cory. Forkenbrock made the motion to purchase 5 t-shirts and 5 sweatshirts. Waterman second. Roll Call: Ayes: Roling, Forkenbrock, Waterman, Diers, McCabe; Nays: 0. Abstain: Forkenbrock. Motion carried,
Carl & Mary Scherbring were present to discuss waterway behind apartments at 550 Country Club Blvd., question on tax relief, Building permits, and where we are at with the audit.
Clerk requested all departments have budget requests in by 12/31.
Old Business was considered once again. All items still remain. Comelec does need to have their own breaker box installed in the E911 building. They are giving free access to City Hall and the Library.
Adjourned at 7:30 pm. Motion made by Forkenbrock. Second by McCabe to adjourn. Roll Call: Ayes: Roling, Forkenbrock, Waterman, Diers, McCabe; Nays: 0. Motion carried,

_________________________                                          ___________________________
Rex Meyer, Mayor                                            Attest: Julie Wessel, City Clerk


COLESBURG CITY COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS FOR REGULAR MEETING October 8, 2018

Mayor Rex Meyer called the regular meeting of the Colesburg City Council to order at 6:01 p.m. Monday, October 8, 2018. On roll were Jim Diers, Tom Forkenbrock, Jodi McCabe, Leo Roling and Roger Waterman. One additional invoice was added to Approval List. Motion made by Forkenbrock. Second by Roling to approve the consent agenda. Roll Call: Ayes: Waterman, Diers, McCabe, Roling, Forkenbrock; Nays: 0. Motion carried, Consent agenda included approval of agenda, September minutes/claims, and the Treasurer’s Report, as follows:

SEPTEMBER REVENUES                                                                 
Utility Payments                                                                                    25,692.33
Local Option                                                                                           3,030.39
Savings Account Interest                                                                          255.07
Library                                                                                                    3,107.72
Road Use Tax (State)                                                                             4,645.38
Garbage Tags                                                                                            85.00
Building Permits                                                                                         55.00
Property Tax                                                                                          5,782.37
Pool                                                                                                            90.00
TOTAL REVENUES                                                                           42,743.26

 SEPTEMBER PAID PRIORS
Amazon                                                                                                   136.28
Biblionix                                                                                                  800.00
Demco                                                                                                    192.93
EFTPS – September Payment                                                             2,300.54
FSB – Replenish Library Petty Cash                                                        88.03
FSB – Stamps                                                                                         100.00
Iowa Library Association                                                                         120.00
IPERS – September Payment                                                              1,405.76
Julie Wessel – Reimburse                                                                         12.00
Midwest Business Products                                                                     142.39
 SEPTEMBER FOR APPROVAL
Alliant Energy- Utilities                                                                          3,916.51
Bi-County Disposal – September Pick Up                                            2,194.72
Black Hills – Utilities                                                                                  194.46
Bob’s Lawn Care – Repair                                                                       392.95
City of Earlville – Tier Up                                                                         100.00
Edgewood Reminder                                                                                 78.75
Every’s Auto & Tire                                                                                   255.76
Feld Fire                                                                                                1,608.00
Hawkins                                                                                                   147.20
Hill Country CS – Utilities                                                                           66.03
Iowa DNR – Water Fee                                                                            134.00
J & R Supply                                                                                            272.00
John Deere Financial                                                                                36.52
Keystone                                                                                                   12.50
Kirkwood – FD                                                                                         280.00
Megan Brown – Reimburse                                                                        60.00
Moore Medical                                                                                         126.82
NAPA Auto Parts                                                                                      260.99
PCC                                                                                                          232.00
Petersburg Electric                                                                                   588.54
Quill Corporation                                                                                       76.99
Rex Meyer – Reimburse                                                                            129.35
TestAmerica – Sewer Analysis                                                                  397.50
Troy Brown – Reimburse                                                                             79.92
US Cellular – Ambulance                                                                             24.49
Windstream – Phone Utilities                                                                     314.23
Woodward Media – AMB                                                                             52.00
Total September Payroll                                                                          5,518.27
TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                                                      21,640.47

Fire Department – 2nd Unimog here for parts. Served 411 at the Chop Supper. Steel project is complete on station interior. Kindergarten will tour Fire Station this week. The elderly can contact any fireman if interested in having your smoke detectors checked and batteries replaced. Also a good time to invest in a carbon monoxide detector. Applied for a DNR grant for 15 new pagers. Del-Clay/Kawasaki have given use of a mule to the Fire Department, the City will insure and keep it serviced. The department yearly stipend will now have to have payroll taxes taken out. Clerk will get them the necessary paper work.
Ambulance – Maggie was present to request that PCC be able to increase the cost of runs that require a tier-up making that an ALS instead of a BLS. Forkenbrock made a motion to allow the increase. Waterman second. Roll Call: Ayes: Diers, McCabe, Roling, Forkenbrock, Waterman; Nays: 0. Motion carried,
Library – Monthly Report. Suggested that Carol talk to her Board and Friends about the lettering on the front of the building.
Sheriff’s Department – Monthly Report
Commercial Club – No Report
Committee reports are as follows:
Streets and Sidewalks – Resolution 2018-10-8 City Street Financial Report. Motion by Waterman to approve. Second by Forkenbrock. Roll Call: Ayes: McCabe, Roling, Forkenbrock, Waterman, Diers; Nays: 0. Motion carried, Discussed Parkview Bids, will send out new request in December.
Recreation & Pool –
Building Permits – Ed & Connie Bolsinger – Portable Building. Since there are 2 frontage Streets there they will need to follow the building code. Ed doesn’t think that will work. The Council requested he stake it out and they would look at it.
Old Business was looked at. Cory has been working with Beacon on locations of sewer lines. ECIA has developed a program that would give Cities access to a Nuisance Enforcement Officer. Should be up and running by January. Mayor Meyer handed out papers outlining the online courses required for the Clerk, Council and Maintenance. Sidewalks will be looked at and areas in need of repair will be addressed in the spring.
Carl & Mary Scherbring were present, dba as CMS Properties. Questioned request for prorated taxes, grass repair behind Country Club Blvd. apartments, questions about meters. The Council is reviewing. Carl then personally presented the Council with a petition signed by 62 citizens to request an Audit of the City finances.
Adjourned at 7:08 pm. Motion made by Diers. Second by Roling to adjourn. Roll Call: Ayes: Roling, Forkenbrock, Waterman, Diers, McCabe; Nays: 0. Motion carried,

_________________________                                       ___________________________
Rex Meyer, Mayor                                         Attest: Julie Wessel, City Clerk


COLESBURG CITY COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS FOR REGULAR MEETING September 10, 2018

Mayor Rex Meyer called the regular meeting of the Colesburg City Council to order at 6:00 p.m. Monday, September 10, 2018. On roll were Jim Diers, Tom Forkenbrock, Jodi McCabe, Leo Roling and Roger Waterman. Included in the consent agenda was adjustments to the July Bills for Approval and a correction to last month’s minutes. Motion made by Roling. Second by Diers to approve the consent agenda. Roll Call: Ayes: Waterman, Diers, McCabe, Roling, Forkenbrock; Nays: 0. Motion carried, Consent agenda included approval of agenda, August minutes/claims, and the Treasurer’s Report, as follows:

AUGUST REVENUES                                                                     
Utility Payments                                                                                  28,817.56
Local Option                                                                                         3,030.39
Savings Account Interest                                                                         269.55
Library                                                                                                    2,128.29
Road Use Tax (State)                                                                            4,841.36
Garbage Tags                                                                                            15.00
Ambulance                                                                                            1,925.79
Shawver Well Co. – Water                                                                        26.56
Pool                                                                                                      1,601.00
Cigarette/Liquor Permit                                                                           390.00
TOTAL REVENUES                                                                           43,045.50

AUGUST PAID PRIORS
Cory Schenke – Reimbursement                                                              181.49
EFTPS – August Payment                                                                    2,235.29
FSB – Stamps                                                                                          200.00
IPERS – August Payment                                                                     1,135.27
Physician’s Claim Company                                                                    347.24
 AUGUST FOR APPROVAL
Ace Homeworks                                                                                         26.97
Alliant Energy- Utilities                                                                          4,917.62
Bard Materials                                                                                         382.15
Bi-County Disposal – August Pick Up                                                  2,194.72
Black Hills – Gas Utilities                                                                         271.45
Edgewood Reminder                                                                                 86.57
Edgewood Reminder – AMB                                                                      28.50
Ehrhardt, Gnagy, McCorkindale & Vorwald                                              324.00
Every’s Auto & Tire                                                                                     89.19
Hill Country CS – Utilities                                                                             56.19
J & R Supply                                                                                               80.00
John Deere Financial                                                                                  63.83
Keystone                                                                                                     28.00
Kirkwood – FD                                                                                           160.00
Kuehl Construction                                                                                 1,884.29
MES                                                                                                        2,282.30
Northeast Iowa Inspections – Pool                                                             270.00
Petersburg Electric                                                                                       44.00
Silveredge Cooperative                                                                                75.00
Schroeder Cash Supply                                                                                45.00
Schmitz Janitorial – FD                                                                               116.95
TestAmerica – Sewer Analysis                                                                   434.00
Troy Brown – FD                                                                                             8.53
US Cellular – Ambulance                                                                             274.72
Windstream – Phone Utilities                                                                       388.03
Total August Payroll                                                                               11,390.24
TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                                                      29,516.04

Fire Department – Many attended Fire Convention in Waverly. Steel work inside the Fire Station will start September 11. Reminder that the Fire Association Supper is October 10. Serving from 5-8pm with music to follow
Ambulance – Monies from Fundraiser is going towards the purchase of a stair chair. Maggie is looking into becoming an advanced unit.
Library – No Report
Sheriff’s Department – Monthly Report
Commercial Club – Old scoreboard and batting cage coming down. Need to replace a light. Replacing net at Tennis Court. Going to help replace refrigerator at the Fire Station, (Fire Association, FSB, Commercial Club). Fall Cleanup at the ball diamond is set for September 30 @ 2:00pm. Annual Christmas Drawing is set for December 8.
Committee reports are as follows:
Streets and Sidewalks – East Street Resolution 2018-09-10. Resolution to Rename Street. Motion by Waterman to approve the name change. Second by Diers. . Roll Call: Ayes: Diers, McCabe Roling, Forkenbrock, Waterman; Nays: 0. Motion carried, Council to take note of sidewalks that need to be replaced.
Recreation & Pool –
Building Permits – Andy & Maggie Fensterman, 121 Main Street – New Roof & Siding
Jason & Bree Ingles, 129 Main Street – New Roof. Motion by Roling to approve both building permits. Second by McCabe. Roll Call: Ayes: McCabe, Roling, Forkenbrock, Waterman, Diers; Nays: 0. Motion carried,
The Hub for Liquor License Renewal. Motion by Forkenbrock. Second by Diers to approve the renewal. . Roll Call: Ayes: Roling, Forkenbrock, Waterman, Diers, McCabe; Nays: 0. Motion carried,
Colesburg Firefighters Association for a 5-Day Permit. Motion by Forkenbrock to approve the Permit. Second by Waterman. Roll Call: Ayes: Forkenbrock, Waterman, Diers, McCabe, Roling; Nays: 0. Motion carried,
Mayor Meyer reported that we are still getting complaints about the noise from the truck at CCI. Council discussed and decided Clerk should contact surrounding communities to see what they have for Ordinances to correct the problem.
Carl Scherbring dba CMS Properties was present concerning sod for the area that was recently dug up. Discussion followed. Cory will see to it that it is seeded and grass grows there.
Old Business was looked at. The Clerk will let Mayor know when Council has completed FEMA IDs. Nuisance properties – Council let Clerk know if there are problems that need to be addressed.

Adjourned at 6:50 pm. Motion made by Diers. Second by Waterman to adjourn. Roll Call: Ayes: Waterman, Diers, McCabe, Roling, Forkenbrock; Nays: 0. Motion carried,

_________________________                                         ___________________________
Rex Meyer, Mayor                                          Attest: Julie Wessel, City Clerk


COLESBURG CITY COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS FOR REGULAR MEETING August 13, 2018

Mayor Rex Meyer called the regular meeting of the Colesburg City Council to order at 6:01 p.m. Monday, August 13, 2018. On roll were Jim Diers, Tom Forkenbrock, Jodi McCabe, Leo Roling and Roger Waterman. Motion made by McCabe. Second by Roling to approve the consent agenda. Roll Call: Ayes: Waterman, Diers, McCabe, Roling, Forkenbrock; Nays: 0. Motion carried, Consent agenda included approval of agenda, July minutes/claims, and the Treasurer’s Report, as follows:

JULY REVENUES                                                                         
Utility Payments                                                                                    25,840.71
Local Option                                                                                           3,344.64
Savings Account Interest                                                                          386.45
Property Tax                                                                                          1,100.55
Commercial Club – Fireworks                                                                 5,100.00
Road Use Tax (State)                                                                             3,053.60
Road Use Tax (County)                                                                           2,215.39
Ambulance                                                                                                581.59
Pool                                                                                                        3,854.80
Cigarette/Liquor Permit                                                                             350.00
TOTAL REVENUES                                                                            45,827.73

JULY PAID PRIORS

Amazon                                                                                                     122.10
Banyon Data                                                                                           2,385.00
Carol Walthart – Reimburse                                                                       161.32
Designs Unlimited                                                                                        53.50
EFTPS – July Payment                                                                           1,243.94
Iowa Department of Revenue – Sales Tax                                              1,236.00
Iowa Department of Revenue – State WH                                                  857.00
Iowa Workforce Development – SUTA                                                         23.50
IPERS – July Payment                                                                             1,012.10
John Duggleby – LIB                                                                                   270.00
Overdrive – LIB                                                                                           292.52
Petersburg Electric                                                                                       84.07
Platte River Displays                                                                                3,060.00
Platte River Pyros                                                                                    2,040.00
State Library of Iowa                                                                                     60.00
Terri Ellerbach – LIB                                                                                      75.00
JULY FOR APPROVAL
Ace Homeworks                                                                                          98.55
Alliant Energy- Utilities                                                                            3,975.61
Amazon                                                                                                        69.55
Baker Taylor                                                                                               281.81
Bi-County Disposal – July Pick Up                                                          2,194.72
Black Hills – Gas Utilities                                                                             267.95
Bodensteiner                                                                                                 72.60
Carol Walthart – Reimburse                                                                        116.81
DNR – NPDES Fee                                                                                     210.00
Eastern Iowa Asphalt                                                                                  312.00
Edgewood Farm & Home                                                                             40.25
Edgewood Reminder                                                                                  208.64
Ehrhardt, Gnagy, McCorkindale & Vorwald                                                324.00
Every’s Auto & Tire                                                                                     635.82
Feld Fire                                                                                                     254.00
Hawkins                                                                                                     210.80
Hill Country CS – Utilities                                                                             46.55
In the Swim                                                                                                  96.97
John Deere Financial                                                                                   78.94
Keystone                                                                                                       25.00
Megan Brown – Reimburse                                                                         518.00
MES                                                                                                             448.00
Northern Lights Foodservice – Pool                                                            285.94
PCC, Inc.                                                                                                      58.16
Quill                                                                                                            107.05
Telegraph Herald                                                                                          13.98
TestAmerica – Sewer Analysis                                                                   231.00
US Cellular – Ambulance                                                                              24.49
USPS – Box Rent                                                                                         42.00
Windstream – Phone Utilities                                                                      402.23
Total June Payroll                                                                                  11,739.94
TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                                                      33,603.49
 
Fire Department – Unimog – found an option for its repair. Steel inside Fire Station – Association paid the downpayment. Purchasing a Ground unmanned fire nozzle.
Ambulance – Golf outing was a success.
Library – Monthly Report
Sheriff’s Department – Monthly Report
Commercial Club – Dates for Fun & Fireworks July 6, 2019 and July 4, 2020. Going to put steel on the concession stand roof and equipment hangers will be hung in the dugouts.
Committee reports are as follows:
Streets and Sidewalks – Did not receive updated bids for the Parkview project. Will do a reminder.
Recreation & Pool – Council discussed what kind of things we need to work on for a better swim season next year. Possibly a pool committee to work with the manager. Cory will paint the pool this fall. Working on what to do for bench repairs/replace for next season. Reminder to get street stops out next year.
Building Permits – Clayton Braden, 413 Church Street – New Garage and Re-roof House. Motion by Waterman to approve the building permit. Second by Diers. Roll Call: Ayes: Diers, McCabe Roling, Forkenbrock, Waterman; Nays: 0. Motion carried,
Water & Sewer –Sewer line behind the Fire Station has been repaired. Discussed list of buildings checked for meters. Motion by Forkenbrock to charge minimums based on utilities used until a meters are installed. Second by Roling. Roll Call: Ayes: Roling, Forkenbrock, Waterman; Abstain: McCabe, Forkenbrock Nays: 0. Motion carried,
Carl & Mary Scherbring dba CMS Properties were present to discuss the sewer charges. Council decided that they should pay entire bill until Carl can show us what is not being billed correctly.
Resolution 2018-08-13 Resolution to Delaware County Treasurer pf Delinquent Fees Constituting a Lien. Forkenbrock motioned. Roling second to approve the resolution. Roll Call: Ayes: Roling, Forkenbrock, Waterman, Diers, McCabe; Nays: 0. Motion carried,
Old Business of Nuisance Properties we need to get more info. Rex gave info on getting SID numbers for the FEMA class requirements. Forkenbrock motioned that we not raise water/sewer rates for this fiscal year. Waterman second. Roll Call: Ayes: Forkenbrock, Waterman, Diers, McCabe, Roling; Nays: 0. Motion carried,
Adjourned at 7:39 pm. Motion made by Forkenbrock. Second by Diers to adjourn. Roll Call: Ayes: Waterman, Diers, McCabe, Roling, Forkenbrock; Nays: 0. Motion carried,

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Rex Meyer, Mayor                                                     Attest: Julie Wessel, City Clerk


COLESBURG CITY COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS FOR REGULAR MEETING July 16, 2018

Mayor Rex Meyer called the regular meeting of the Colesburg City Council to order at 6:00 p.m. Monday, July 16, 2018. Clerk was absent but the meeting was recorded. On roll were Jim Diers, Tom Forkenbrock, Jodi McCabe, Leo Roling and Roger Waterman. Mayor Meyer thanked the Delaware County Economic Development and Delaware County Fair Board for the nice parade and program to kick off the fair. Motion made by Roling. Second by Waterman to approve the consent agenda. Roll Call: Ayes: Diers, McCabe, Roling, Forkenbrock, Waterman; Nays: 0. Motion carried, Consent agenda included approval of agenda, June minutes/claims, and the Treasurer’s Report, as follows:

JUNE REVENUES                                                                        

Utility Payments                                                                                  28,268.69
Local Option                                                                                          3,344.64
Savings Account Interest                                                                         303.03
Property Tax                                                                                             530.25
Community Center Rental                                                                          90.00
Road Use Tax Payment (State)                                                              3,146.55
Township – Elk Delaware                                                                        2,141.60
Ambulance                                                                                               2,904.54
Pool                                                                                                        5,071.35
Liquor Permit                                                                                             390.00
TOTAL REVENUES                                                                             46,190.65

 JUNE PAID PRIORS
Amazon                                                                                                      1.33
Carol Walthart – Reimburse                                                                    100.84
Cory Schenke – Reimburse                                                                      32.93
Demco                                                                                                     191.98
EFTPS – June Payment                                                                        1,402.13
FSB – Stamps                                                                                          100.00
FSB – FD CD                                                                                         8,000.00
IPERS – June Payment                                                                            991.47
Michael Pritchard                                                                                      250.00
Midwest Business Products – LIB                                                            121.63
Swank Movie Licensing                                                                             156.00
JUNE FOR APPROVAL
Alliant Energy- Utilities                                                                         4,073.56
B & T Remodeling – FD                                                                          784.10
Bi-County Disposal – June Pick Up                                                      2,194.72
Black Hills – Gas Utilities                                                                          317.88
Bodensteiner                                                                                            729.11
Delaware County Fair – Flag                                                                   200.00
Delaware County Economic Development                                            1,010.00
DNR – Water Supply                                                                                  46.40
Eastern Iowa Asphalt                                                                                 665.00
ECIA – 1st Half Dues                                                                                  133.32
Edgewood Ambulance – Tier Up                                                               300.00
Edgewood Farm & Home                                                                              4.79
Edgewood Reminder                                                                                   90.87
Every’s Auto & Tire                                                                                    927.96
Heritage Printing – AMB                                                                              35.45
Hill Country CS – Utilities                                                                             31.15
Iowa League of Cities                                                                                421.00
John Deere Financial                                                                                 115.78
Just For You – AMB T-shirts                                                                     158.90
Keystone                                                                                                     39.00
Lincoln Aquatics                                                                                        134.61
Lone Pine – Pool                                                                                         89.24
Megan Brown – Reimburse                                                                           91.00
NAPA                                                                                                           57.84
Northern Lights Foodservice – Pool                                                            358.68
Pat’s Repair                                                                                                680.02
PCC, Inc.                                                                                                    135.03
TestAmerica – Sewer Analysis                                                                   568.00
US Cellular – Ambulance                                                                              24.14
USPS – Box Rent                                                                                         42.00
Windstream – Phone Utilities                                                                       493.11
Total June Payroll                                                                                     8,648.50
TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                                                       34,580.39

Fire Department – County Meetings went well. Update on steel inside Fire Station. Unimog update.
Ambulance – Discussed running with an EMR – EMR can run with A-10 if no EMT, but cannot transport.
Library – Monthly Report
Sheriff’s Department – Monthly Report
Commercial Club – Discussed Economic Development paying for damage to the lawnmower. Fun and Fireworks was discussed. Julie Brown was present to talk about Lifeguard incentives.
Committee reports are as follows:
Streets and Sidewalks – Council decided to wait til next year with the crack sealing. Discussed Parkview bids. Council decided they would like to clarify their bids so they are all bidding the same thing.
Recreation & Pool – Cory has materials for composite benches. Street strips need to be put in. Discussion on pool closure. Brylyn goes back to school on August 6th. Will check with neighboring pools to see if there would be anyone interested in picking up some hours at our pool.
Building Permits –
Water & Sewer – Hole with the sewer line behind the Fire Station has gotten much bigger. Have a bid from Kuehl to fix it. Unsure what will be found. Diers motioned to repair that sewer line. Second by Waterman. Roll Call: Ayes: McCabe, Roling, Forkenbrock, Waterman, Diers; Nays: 0. Motion carried. Water running next to the Fire Station, will continue to watch and see if it gets worse. Discussed Stormwater at lot owned by the Elementary School. Tabled til next meeting. Council discussed buildings without meters. Cory will inspect all the buildings in question and report back to Council next meeting.
Motion by McCabe. Second by Roling to approve Cigarette Permits for Hill Country CS and the Hub. Roll Call: Ayes: Roling, Waterman, Diers, McCabe; Abstain: Forkenbrock Nays: 0. Motion carried,
Motion by Waterman to approve a Liquor Permit for JR Willies. Second by Roling. Roll Call: Ayes: Forkenbrock, Waterman, Diers, McCabe Roling; Nays: 0. Motion carried,
Danielle Hartke presented signatures of residents requesting the Council enforce the Nuisance Code concerning noise from Boriskey CCI ice truck. Mayor said he will advise him to put vehicle in the back of the building until repairs are made.
Council discussed dog issue in town. All dogs need to remain on owner’s property.
School contacted the Mayor about purchasing lots behind the school. Tabled til next meeting.
Resolution 2018-07-16 Resolution to Delaware County Treasurer of Delinquent Fees Constituting a Lien was tabled til next meeting.
Public Hearing to vacate the alleys was opened at 6:48pm. With no objections the Public Hearing was closed at 6:52pm.
Motion was made by Forkenbrock to approve Ordinance 2018-150, Ordinance 2018-151 and Ordinance 2018-152. Second by Waterman. Roll Call: Ayes: Waterman, Diers, McCabe Roling, Forkenbrock; Nays: 0. Motion carried,
Old Business of Nuisance Properties. Clerk will speak with Edgewood Clerk to get more information on how they have resolved their issues.
Adjourned at 7:02 pm. Motion made by Forkenbrock. Second by Roling to adjourn. Roll Call: Ayes: Diers, McCabe, Roling, Forkenbrock, Waterman; Nays: 0. Motion carried,

_________________________                                         ___________________________
Rex Meyer, Mayor                                                               Attest: Julie Wessel, City Clerk