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The Kalona News, Thursday, November 17, 2011 Page 2B THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT WASHINGTON COUNTY IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF LORNA M. COX, Deceased, Probate No. ESPRO0 6032, NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, OF APPOINTMENT OF EXEC- UTOR, AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS. To All Persons Interested in the Estate of LORNA M. COX, Deceased, who died on or about October 27th, 2011: You are hereby notified that on the 8th day of November, 2011, the last will and testament of LORNA M. COX, deceased, bearing date of the 11th day of Novem- ber, 1997, was admitted to probate in the above named court and that Curtis L. Cox was appointed executor of the estate. Any action to set aside the will must be brought in the distnct court of said county within the later to occur of four months from the date of the second publication of this notice or one month from the date of mailing of this notice to all heirs of the de- cedent and devlseee under the will whose identities are reasonably ascertainable, or thereafter be forever barred. Notice is further given that all parsons indebted to the estate are requested to make immediate payment to the un- dersigned, and creditors having claims against the estate shall file them with the clerk of the above named district court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, for allowance, and unless so flied by the later to occur of four months from the second publication of this notice or one month from the date of mailing of this notice (un- less otherwise allowed or paid) a claim is thereafter forever barred. Dated this 8th day of November, 2011. Curtis L. Cox Executor of Estate 543 Forest Dr. SE Cedar Rapids, IA 52403 Lloyd A.Epley, ICIS PINNo: AT0002252 Attorney for executor Honohan, Epiey, Braddock & Brenneman PO Box 3010 Iowa City, IA 52244 Published in The Kalona News Thurs- day, November 17, 2011. L-54 Date of second publication in The Kale- na News Thursday, November 24, 2011. L-54 KALONA, IOWA CITY HALL NOVEMBER 7, 2011 - 7:30 RM. Regular meeting of the Kalona City Council with Mayor Kauffman presiding. Motion was made by Robe, and second- ed by Lafaune, approving the agenda, with all voting yes. Council Members present: Hedngton, Lafaune, and Robe. Minutes of the meetings of October 17, 2011, were approved as presented and published. On motion by Herington, and seconded by Lafaurie, the following bills were at- lowed with all voting yes. Kalonial Lawn Care, spray park & cem- etery .......................................... 1,975.00 Kalonial Lawn Care, Library Board 50.00 Karen Chnstner, mileage-seminar in Des Moines ......................................... 148.50 Keystone Laboratones, Inc., water test- ing .................................................. 35.00 L.L. Pelling Co., premix ................. 83.25 Mary Gordy, refund balance-water rental deposit ........................................... 26.11 Menard's, anti-freeze pool ............. 66.96 Midwest Testing, testing 2" badger me- ter-EPC .................................... :... 207.48 Moore Computers, new server. 3,717.82 Paws & More, 1st quarter plus July/Au- gust/Sept fees .............................. 801.00 Play ItAgain Sports, athletic equipment. ..................................................... 269.30 Pool Tech, supplies for exercise class .... ..................................................... 760.00 Power Systems, supplies for exercise class ............................................ 523.60 QC Analytical Services, wastewater test- ing ................................................ 118.00 Reserve Account, postage ........... 300.00 Schimberg Co., storm sewer grates and water meter supplies ................ 1,166.80 Slechta Communications, publications... ..................................................... 213.61 Telegraph Herald, chamber ~ match ..... ..................................................... 224.63 The Hartford, life insurance ........... 38.00 Thrapp Electric, repairs-Water, Park, Pool, & Street Lights ................. 1,122.36 Treasurer, State of Iowa, state withhold- ing ............................................. 1,371.00 Treasurer, State of Iowa, sales tax ......... .................................................. 2,001.57 United Healthcare Insurance Co., health insurance .................................. 4,210.79 Yottys, Inc., supplies-Street, Rec, & Wa- ter Depts ........................................ 90.57 Transfer funds ................. $ 28,432.36 General Fund .......................... 19,674.24 Washington County Riverboat.. 2,068,73 Library Fund ............................. 2,089.00 Garbage Fund .......................... 4,146.75 Road Use Fund ........................ 3,677.73 Trust & Agency Fund ................ 4,327.21 Water Fund ............................. 15,394.43 Sewer Fund .............................. 7,072.51 Payroll...,~ ................................ 13,413.31 Transfer Fund .................. ~$ 20,581.83 General Fund ........................ 304,813.23 Library Fund ............................. 9,872.11 Garbage Fund ........................... 4,581.18 Local option Sales Tax ............ 18,583.21 Storm Sewer Fund .................... 3,379.40 Road Use Tax Fund ................ 15,969,12 Tax increment Finance ......... 126,304.39 Water Fund ............................. 27,045.86 Sewer Fund ............................ 15,820.33 Randy Tinnes, Deputy with the Wash- ington County Sheriff's Department, was present for general discussion. Consideration of Change Orders for the AAvenue Bridge Project as follows: 1) Change Order No. 1 - increase of $6,922.41 2) Change Order No. 2 - increase of $15,893.07 3) Change Order No. 3 - decrease of $5,355.60 Summary of change orders is a con- tract change with an increase, in the Alliant Energy, monthly ............. 8,546.35 amount of $17,459.88. Motion was made Bob's Tree Service, city brush pile clean- by Lafaurie, and seconded by Robe, ap- up .............................................. 1,000.00 proving the same. All voted yes, and the Calhoun-Bums & Associates, Inc., AAvo motion carded. enue Bridge project ....... : ............. 586.00 Cemetery Deed for David Davila was City of Kalona, final balance, water rental considered. Motion was made by Hering- deposit-Blasingame ...................... ,85.29 ton, and seconded by Lafaude, approving City of Kalona, final balance-water rental the same. All voted yes, and the motion deposit-G Schuitz .......................... 91.77 carded. City of Kalona, final balance-water rental The meeting was then adjourned, deposit-J Childs ............................. 97.88 City of Kalona, final balenca-water rental KAREN CHRISTNER deposit-D Miller .............................. 92.38 City Clerk City of Kalona, final balance-water rental JERRY KAUFFMAN deposit-M Gordy ............................ 73.89 Mayor City of Kalona, final balance-water rental deposit-C Woodridge .................... 49.92 Published in The Kalona News, Thurs- Cynthia Woodridge, refund balance wa- day, November 17, 2011 L-200 tar rental deposit ............................ 50.08 Dakota Supply Group, frost pletas-Water BOARD OF SUPERVISORS Dept ............................................. 107.01 WASHINGTON COUNTY, IOWA Delta Dental of Iowa, dental insurance... REGULAR MEETING OF TUESDAY, .................................................. ,.417.46 AUGUST 30, 20tl Econo Lodge inn & Suites, confarence-B Christner ...................................... 100.80 Chairperson James Miksch called First Class Apparel, Inc., embroider uni- the meeting to order at 9:30 a.m. in the forms .............................................. 39.25 Courthouse chambers in regular sas- Freedom Security Bank, water savings- sion. Items on the agenda were: a re- rental deposit-Pals, Pigsiey, Williams ..... view of HACAP/CDBG grant award ac- ..................................................... 300.00 ceptance procedures by Gary Hughes Future Line Truck Equipment, parts- from ECICOG; resolutions for suspension Street Dept .................................. 105.41 of property taxes from the Washington Gambles Store, supplies-Street Dept ..... County Treasurer; a resolution for ...................................................... .69.36 abatement of property taxes from the Garden & Associetes, storm sewer study Washington County Treasurer; approval .................................................. 1,288.10 of an application for fireworks permit from Garden &Associates, smoke testing ...... Catherine A. Latta, Riverside; a person- .................................................. 1,264.25 nel change request from the Washington Gary Schultz, Jr,, refund balance water County Recorder; a personnel change rental deposit ................................... 8.23 request from Washington County Veteran Gingerich Tiling Inc., storm sewer pipe... Affairs; a personnel change request from ..................................................... 139.60 Washington County Public Health; and Grinnell Mutual, First Responders640.00 Board appointment of a vice-chair pro- Hills Bank Kalona, transfer to General- tam. Supervisors Ron Bennett, Steve Sewer (payroll taxes) ................ 1,425.60 Davis, Adam Mangold and Wesley Rich Hills Bank Kalona, transfer to General- were also present. ' Water(Budget) ....................... 15,394.43 No addendums ware offered to the Hills Bank Kalone, transfer to Generak agenda. Sewer (Budget) ......................... 7,072.51 The Board voted to approve the agen- Hills Bank Kalone, transfer to General- da as published. Sewer (Payroll) ......................... 4,539.82 Gary Hughes, ECICOG Grant Holiday Inn Conference Center, motel- Administrator, addressed the Board conference in Des Moinas-K Christner... regarding the award of a Community ..................................................... 191.47 Development Block Grant to the Honohan, Epiey, Braddock and County for the remodeling of Orchard Brenneman, attorney fees ............. 52.50 Hill Building 1 for use by HACAP as International Institute of Munloipal Head Start classrooms and food pan- Clerks, dues ................................. 135.00 try. Hughes explained that last year the towa Business Supply, office supplies .... County submitted an application for a ....................................................... 55.56 CDBG grant for Federal money which is Iowa Codification, Inc., code of ordi- channeled through the Iowa Department nance on CD ................................ 200.00 of Economic Development and the ap- Iowa One Call, water/sewer locates29.70 plication was denied, in part due to un- Iowa Public Employees Retirement Sys- certainties relating to available Federal tern, IPERS ............................... 4,801.90 funding. Subsequently IDED made eddi- Iowa Pump Works, repairs water plant tional grant awards and the Washington pump ......................................... 8,161.82 County application was approved in July Iowa Wireless Services, callphones ....... in the amount of $468,000. The award re- ..............................................,...... 110.14 quired local matching funds of $115,000 Itronlnc., repairs tometerreader776.21 of which $40,000 is a Washington Johnson County Refuse, Inc., recycle County Riverboat Foundation award to contract-October2011 .............. 4,146.75 HACAP and a $75,000 commitment by JW's Foods, UPS water/sewer samples, the County. The deadline for accepting ....................................................... 30.00 the grant award is September 30, 2011. K-5 Window Cleaning, clean windows .... The schedule for draw down of funds is ....................................................... 70.00 as follows: the completion of contract Kalona Auto Parts, vehicle maintenance with ECICOG for administration of the parts-Street Dept ................ ~ ........ 210.78 grant et a rate of $49.00 per hour, not to Kalona Bakery, donuts-Street Dept. 5.39 exceed a maximum of $25,000; entering Kalona Builders Supply Co., supplies- into a contract with the architect for final Street Dept ...................................... 8.20 design, bidding of the project and con- Kalona Coop Telephone Co., monthly .... struction management; the completion of ............................................ ..~ ..... 526:11 an environmentel review (performed by Kalona Graphics, office su~.,,54.75 ECICOG). The grant will reimburse for Kalona Histodcal Society, rek~burse project costs at the rate of 79 percent with WCRF match ....... , .................... 2,066,73 the other 21 percent coming from the Io- Kalona Oil Co., fuel ................... 2,061.61 cal match amounts. Kalona Tire, tire repairs ................. 57.60 The environmental review process in this case should be relatively simple due to the fact most of the project consists of remodeling to the interior of an existing building which is less than fifty years old with no lead-based paint. Once the envi- ronmental review is completed the Board will need to approve the review and place a public notice in the newspapers stating this project will have no significant impact on the environment and the County is re- questing a release of funds from IDED. Subsequent to the publishing of the no- tice a fifteen day review period must be allowed for public comments. Following the initial review period another fifteen day period takes place prior to the actual release of funds. The Board will also have to approve a number of required policies and the architect will then prepare the plans and solicit bids. This project is sub- ject to Davis-Bacon which means all proj- ect workers must be paid the prevailing wage that the U.S. Department of Labor calculates for this area, with oversight provided by ECICOG. The award also stipulates a sub-recipient agreement be formulated with HACAP and a long-term lease be finalized between the County and HACAP. Hughes told the Board he has already started working on the environmental re- view process which is allowable under the terms of the grant since the award date is listed as June 27, 2011. In response to questions from Auditor Fredrick, Hughes confirmed that the County will be respon- sible for paying the project costs upfront with reimbursements from IDED following a claims submission process. He also ex- plained that should the actual project bids exceed the original estimate and grant award, the County may choose not to move forward with the construction phase of the project. HACAP's Jane Drepaaux told the Board that her organization will have very little additional money if the has held numerous public meetings as grade ...................................... 15,531.50 ....................................................... 90.00 well as a public hearing. Hera provided A & R LAND SERVICES INC, Service ... IA STASSN OF CO, Registration390.00 an overview of the Code requirements ~ ................................................. 2,709.98 IA ST ASSN OF CO SUPERVISORS, and guidelines the Commission has been ABBE CTR FOR COMM CARE, Service Dues ............................................ 275.00 required to follow in attempting to create .................................................. 2,842.92 IA ST CO TREAS ASSN, Registration .... these plans. He continued by providing a ACE-N-MORE, Supplies .............. 474.62 ....................................................... 75.00 general description of the five proposed ACW MANUFACTURING, Supplies ....... Supervisor districts. Hera told the Board ..................................................... 186.00 it was also necessary for the Commission to get involved with the City of Washington in establishing its new ward boundaries in order to make the Supervisor districts compliant. He noted the City was good to work with. Hera continued by detailing the re- quirements relating to the allowable pop- ulation variances between the districts ADVANCED RADIATOR INC, Parts ....... ..................................................... 704,06 AGRILAND FS INC, Fuel ....... 46,526.45 AINSWORTH FIRE DEPT, School elec- tion ................................................. 25.00 ALL AMER TERM &, Service ....... 151.00 ALLIANT, Utility ....................... 13,023.55 ANDERSON, PAT, School election ......... ..................................................... 108.64 ICIT, Registration .' .......................... 22.00 IMPRESSIONS CUSTOM, Service ........ ..................................................... 180.00 IMWCA, Work comp ins ......... 17,500.00 ISSA, Registration ....................... 550.00 IWlRELESS, Cell ........................... 68.40 JOHN DEERE FINANCIAL, Parts389.36 JOHNSON CO SHERIFF, Service.65.00 JOHNSON CONTROLS INC, Service .... ..................................................... 803.10 JONES WELDING, STAN, Service ........ and explained that two of the proposed ANDERSON, STEVE, Reimb ........ 23.93 ..................................................... Ul.66 districts do exceed the ideal population ANSWER PLUS INC, SerVice ..... 140.62 KAt.ONA BAKERY, Meeting ........ 2~8.75 variance number of 43 persons. One of ARAMARK UNIFORM, Set'vice...~l,6~.32 KALONA CO-OP TELE, Service .675.63 the variances is necessary due to a bend- ARBUCKLE, KAREN, Parent educator .. KALONA OIL CO, DIESEL ....... 3,161.76 ing appeal by the City of Kalona to the U ................................................... 4,051.30 S. Census Bureau regarding its census ARMSTRONG HTG &, Service ..... 75.85 numbers and the other is the result of the ARMSTRONG, KAREN, School election Code requirement to follow existing town- . ...................................................... 75.00 ship and political subdivision boundaries ARNOLD MOTOR SUPPLY, Parts100.93 as much as possible. The Commission's AT & T, Service ............................ 837.12 B P AMOCO, Fuel ....................... 141.19 BAILEY OFFICE EQUIP, Supplies219.15 BARCO MUNICIPAL PRODUCTS, Supplies ....................................... 429.12 BARREN MOTOR SUPPLY, Parts 96.50 BEAN, CAROL, School election .... 83.22 BEANS PHARMACY, Service ..... 209.95 BELLMER, BOB, Reimb .............. 139.69 BOHR, SHIRLEY A, School election ...... attempt to split as few townships as nec- essary makes it very difficult to keep the variances to 43 or less. For the sake of those in attendance, Chairperson Miksch listed the members of the Commission as follows: Brian Hera, Larry DeLong, Patricia Lipski, Terry Philips and Richard Gilmore. Hera stated that this has been a good group to work BOYSE & SONS, BOB, Erwa. 10,000.00 BRENNEMAN GROOMING & PET SUPPL, Supplies ......................... 130.00 BROCK, LARRY, Reimb .............. 327.04 KASPER, DONNA, Chore ........... 180.00 KCII, Ads ................................... t ,734.48 KEOKUK CO AUDITOR, Supplies216.31 KEOKUK CO SHERIFF, Service... 24.48 KIELER, JOHN, Special appreiser592.55 KNUTSON, KATHY, School election ...... ....................................................... 15.00 KOS EXCAVATING, Service..... 4,150.00 KOSSUTH CO SHERIFF, Service. 32.00 LAFAURIE, STEVE, Reimb ......... 102.41 LAMAY, KAY, Reimb .................... 190.50 LASEK, MARGIE, School election 82.50 LAWS, RICK, Chore .................... 192.00 LAWSON PRODUCTS, Supplies 357.92 LEICHTY & SON CONST, TILE XING .... .................................................. 1,014.80 LEIGH, P EVELYN, School election ....... ..................................................... 102.66 LEYDEN, RONDA, Cleaning ....... 807.50 with. Miksch told Hera he appreciates ....................................................... 78.60 the work the Commission has done and lauded Hera for his detailed explanation during the public hearing regarding the processes undertaken and options con- sidered and reviewed by the Commission. Hera told the Board the assistance the Commission received from the County's GIS coordinator with the creation of maps was excellent. Commission member LIMOGES, JANELLE, School election ... BROWNELLS, Supplies ................ 26.64 ........................................ ~. ............. 83.22 BRUTY LUMBER, Supplies ......... 133.01 LINN CO COMM SERV, Service ...70.63 BUCHMAYER, JAMES, Rent ...... 175.00 LIQUI GROW, TWIN STATE INC, BURCH, SANDRA, School election86.82 Service ........................................... 68.20 BUSINESS RADIO, Equipment4,556.00 LISCO, Service .............................. 63.00 project bids come in over estimates. Patricia Lipski thanked the Auditor's office Hughes offered the Board additional ex- for all of its assistance. planation relating to the impact the Davis- Bacon regulations will have on the cost of the project and the law's monitoring process requirements while the project is ongoing. He told the Board he is antici- pating a finish date around the middle of September for the environmental review which will need to be published by the County. Auditor Fredrick and Chairperson Miksoh briefly discussed the September 30th deadlines for the grant award ac- ceptance and approval of the ECICOG Administrative Services agreement. In closing, the Board and Hughes dis- cussed the pending architect contract and the long term lease between the County and HACAP. The Board voted to approve Resolution 11-44, for the suspension of property tax- as. The Board voted to approve Resolution 11-45, for the suspension of property tax- es. The Board voted to approve Resolution 11-46, for the abatement of property tax- es. County Treasurer Jeff Garrett ex- plained to the Board this is another case where a manufactured home being taxed as real estate was being moved and the estimated taxes were paid in advance as required. Once computed, the actual taxes were $24 higher than the estimate. This amount needs to be abated. The Board voted to approve an appliCa- tion for fireworks permit from Catherine A. Latta, Riverside, for September 4, 2011, 8:30 p.m. until 11:00 p.m. The County Shedff has reviewed the application. The Board voted to acknowledge a personnel change request from the Washington County Recorder for the termination of Sara Pierson, effective August 31, 2011. The Board voted to approve a person- nel change request from Washington County Veteran Affairs for the hiring of Cynthia J. Anderson as a casual part-time employee, effective September 6, 2011, at the rate of $9.00 par hour. The County Auditor is hereby authorized to issue pay warrants upon proper certification from the Department Head. The Board voted to acknowledge a per- sonnel change request from Washington County ,Public Health for the termination of Norma Paisley, effective August 24, 2011. Chairperson Miksch opened a dis- cussion relating to the appointment of a vice-chairperson pro tempera by explain- ing that on September 6th both he and Vice-Chair Mangold will be absent from the regular Board meeting. To facilitate the Board's ability to conduct necessary business it is his suggestion a temporary vice-chair be appointed. The Board voted to appoint Supervisor Rich as Vice-Chair Pro Tempera for the Board's September 6, 2011 meeting. Meeting adjourned at 10:34 a.m. Attest: s/WILLIAM C. FREDRICK, County Auditor Published in The Kalona News, Thursday, November 17, 2011 L-191 BOARD OF SUPERVISORS WASHINGTON COUNTY, IOWA REGULAR MEETING OF FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 2011 Chairperson. James Miksoh celled the meeting to order at 10:30 a.m. in the Courthouse chambers in regular session. Items on the agenda were: presentation of proposed County redistricting plans from the Washington County Redistricting Commission; a review of proposed County redistricting plans; approval/ Chairperson Miksch and Auditor Fredrick discussed the process needed for moving the finalization and approval of the proposed plans along. Fredrick told the Supervisors if the plans appear to be acceptable to the Board he will need to draft an ordinance for adoption of the proposed precincts and sat a public hear- ing for same. Miksch noted that members .................................................. 6,980.03 of the Board have attended most of the Commission meetings and all attended the public hearing. It is his impression that the members of the Board realize this is the best plan the Commission could adopt and recommend and he will be satisfied with the plan subject to additional public comments. Miksch suggested a date be set for a public hearing and first reading of an ordinance. The Board voted to accept the pro- posed plans from the Washington County Redistricting Commission subject to changes following additional opportu- nities for public input and to establish September 27th as the hearing date. Additional discussion regarding required procedures ensued. BUSTER, YVONNE, School election ..... LOUISA CO SHERIFF, Service ..... 64.95 ....................................................... 75.00 LOVE, NANCY, Reimb .................. 12.83 CALHOUN BURNS & ASSOC, LUKE WASTE MGMT, Service .... 100.00 Inspection ................................. 3,285.90 LYNCH, CAROL, School election.. 75.00 CAREFACTS INFORMATION LYON, LINDSAY, Well plugging...400.00 SYSTEMS, Annual maint fees 13,275.00 MAIL SERVICES, Tax stmt printing ........ CARSON PLUMBING &, Service 179.05 .................................................. 4,973.33 CBM FOOD SERV, Meals ........ 7,206.95 MANGOLD, LINDA, Reimb ......... 419.25 CCPOA, Registration ................... 100.00 MARIE ELECTRIC, Service ... 15,058.21 CDW GOVERNMENT, Equipment ......... MARIE, LINDA, Service ............... ,.. 8.50 MARKS SANITATION &, Service ........... CEDAR VALLEY COMM SUPPORT ................... : .............................. 4,170.01 SVCS, Service ....... ...................... 150.64 MARSH, TOM, Reimb ................. 234.00 CENTURYLINK, Service ....... ~ ..... 477.13 MA'r'rHEW BENDER, SUpplies... 160.72 CHRISTIAN OPP, Service ........... 442.69 MCALLISTER, DIXIE, Deposit .... 343.50 CITY OF KALONA, Utility .............. 45.97 MCCALL, BETTY, School election 82.50 CITY OF WASH, Utility ................ 639.90 MCCALL, MARY, School election.. 75.00 COBB OlL~ WASHINGTON, oill ,942.05 MCKESSON MEDICAL, Supplies .......... COMM EN~INE'~RiNG, Service.595.00 .................................................. 1,611.68 COMMUNITY CARE INC, Service ......... MCLAURIN TRUE VALUE, Supplies ...... .................................................. 1,973.15 .................................................... .100.98 CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS, MCMASTER CARR SUPPL, Supplies ... Supplies .................................... 8,967.70 .......................... ........................... 141.42 COPY SYSTEMS INC, Supplies. 161.50 MEADOW BROOK MHP, Rent.... 350.00 COUNTRY HAVEN, Service ..... 1,212.10 MECCA, Grant .......................... 7,595.25 CRILE, JERI, Reimb ...................... 72.38 MEDICAL ASSOCIATES CLINIC PC, CROSSETT, SHERYL, Reimb ....... 91.13 Service ......................................... 586.00 CULLIGAN WATER COND, Water 82.45 MEDICAL PRODUCTS LAB, Supplies... CUSTOM IMPRESSIONS INC, Notary ....................................................... 597.92 At 10:50 a.m., Chairperson Miksch ad- . ...................................................... 19.95 MID COUNTRY MACHINERY, Parts ...... dressed the acceptance of a CDBG grant DAVIS, KENT, Reimb .................. 251.50 .................................................. 1,126.37 award for the remodeling of Orchard Hill DECISION HEALTH, Manual ...... 208.95 MID PRAIRIE FOUNDATION, I-walk proj Building 1 for use by HACAP as Heed DELONG CONSTR, Construction .......... .................................................. t,500.00 Start classrooms and food pantry. Miksch .............................................. 206,102.36 MIDWEST FRAME & AXLE, Parts ......... noted that this issue has been thoroughly DENNLER, DARREN, Reimb ...... :. 59.01 ..... . ............................................ 1,271.38 discussed by the Board during pre~liS~is DETWEILER, CAROL, Reimb ......... 2.63 MILLER, CARMEL,Re'~n~b .......... i78,88 " meetings and the signing of the contract DEYTA, LLC, Fees ........................ 90.00 MILLER JARED ChoPe~...'.~ ......... 360~00 will indicate the County's desire to mov~ DILLON, JACK, Schooi ~iection....~.00 ' ' " - ~" MITGJ-IELL, SUE, Re~mb ............... 58.81 ahead with the project. D~ TRUCK SALES, ~ll~... 1 ,i~.i13 M(~to~ Go SHERIFFS, Service. 3.50 ~ MbORES ~PAMOCO, Gas ............ 4.21 The Board voted to accept the CDBG D~UDS STONE INC, Roadit~r~.~.. grant award and authorize the Chair tO ........ . ........................ i~i ......... ~ul~ ~tJih; ........ 5 NEBEL EDit, ~imb..: ............... 987.87 sign the contract. DUNBAR, JOAN, Sc~l e~lon .'~.~0 kEFF, GERALI~I Service ............... 15.00 The Board voted to approve an agree- DUNN CO, FRANK, Service ........ 699.00 OLSON, BARBARA, Parent educator .... ment with ECICOG for CDBG planning EASTERN IA LIGHT & POWER, Utility .. .................................................. t,044.52 and administrative services. It was noted .................................................. 1,242.38 OREILLYAUTO PARTS, Parts ...... 10.99 that the maximum allowable service fee EDWARbS REPORTING, Depo .396.45 ORSCHELNS, supplies .............. 437.21 from the grant proceeds will be $25,000. ELDER ~ERVICESi IN(; Servloe~.,~...~.~.~ PETERa0N CONTRACTORS, The Board voted to acknowledge a ..: ....... i~,il ...... ,: .... :.:i....iii,: ....... ~3,222.~ ~istr~lon ......................... 100,064.92 Notice of Withdrawal from Agricultural ELLIO~I PATTY, Renti!.i .......... !.175.00~t;~ZAHUT, Meals ....................... 212.18 District from Robert M. and Darlene E. Flynn (19-76-9). The Board voted to approve Certificates of Appointment of Deputy from the Washington County Sheriff for Frank Streughter, Jr., Eric Westendorf, and Douglas Conrad, effective September 6, 2011 through December 31, 2012. At 10:59 a.m., Supervisor Bennett FISHER, LYNN, Reimb....: ............... 5.63 opened a discussion regarding theFLOYD CO SHERIFFS DEPT, Service .. County's funding support for the ....................................................... 15.50 Washington County Recycle Center. FORSEEN, TAMMY, Dentalhygenlst ..... Bennett told the Board that due to an ..................................................... 307.75 increase in the price of recyclabies, rev- FOUR OAKS, Service .............. 4,151.85 enue for the Center has been on the in- FREDERICK, REBECCA, Reimb 196.88 crease the past year. Last year the City FUTURE LINE HYDRAULICS, Parts ..... and the County contributed $2,333 each ..................................................... 336.60 par month for operation of tile center and this year the supports were lowered to $1,333 per month. Since the operating fund balance continues to increase he and Mayor Johnson are suggesting the support be lowered to $500 per month, ef- fective October 1, 2011. Auditor Fredrick suggested the Board pass a motion to re- EMS DETERGENT SERV, Supplies ...... PLA'n'ENBERGER DO, R, Medical ex- ..................................................... 284.70 aminer .......................................... 185.00 FAREWAY STORE, Meals .., ...... 227.47 QUAD CITY SAFETY, Equipment .: ........ FINKE, RANDY, Paint warehouse429.06 .......................................................... FIRST ADMINISTRATORS, Hlth ins QUILL CORP, Supplies ............. 2,455.61 admin ...................................... 21,688.47 RACHELS CHALLENGE, Deposit986.00 FISHER AUTO, Service ................. 68.26 REPUBLIC COMPANIES, Supplies ....... FISHER, KARRI, Reimb .............. 214.88 .................................................. 2,304.48 RIGGAN, LOIS, School election.... 85.74 ROSS AUTO & MUFFLER, Service93.23 SADLER POWER TRAIN, Pelts. 783.14 SAFETY-KLEEN CORP, Service. 366.43 SAFOREK, MARY, Website ........... 80.00 SAMMONS, CLARA, School election ..... ....................................................... 82.50 SANOFI PASTEUR, Supplies...4,389.61 SATTLER, LOUISE, School election ...... G & K SERVICES, Service .......... 930.92 ....................................................... 82.50 G & R MILLER CONSTRUCTION, SCHAEFER CLEANING, Cleaning ........ Construction ............................. 5,442.30 ..................................................... 300.00 GA THOMPSON CO, Supplies.... ~06.00 SCHANTZ, MARY, School election86.82 GINGERICH PROPERTIES LLC, Rent..SCHNEIDER, JARED, Reimb ..... 170.80 ..................................................... 175.00 SCHNEIDER, VERNITA, School election GLANDONS WESTSIDE, Service.107.80 ..................................................... 102.60 GLAXO SMITH KLINE, Supplies ............ SCHNOEBELEN INC, Parts .......... 75.78 duce its support for the remainder of the .................................................. 4,805.07 SCHUMACHER ELEVATOR, Maint ....... fiscal year and he will place a copy of the GLENS AUTO REPAIR, Service ... 68.00 ..................................................... 182.09 motion in the recycle budget folder. The GOODWILL OF THE HEARTLAND, SEMCO, Haul ........................... 8,314.90 City intends to take the same action prior Service ...................... : .................... 95.30 SENTS, MELISSA, Depo .............. 95.00 to October 1st. GOPHER SIGN, Street signs ...... 428.90 SHAFFER, MARY JANE, School election The Board voted to reduce the County's GRABER, MARTHA, Reimb .......... 86.25 ....................................................... 82.50 SHELANGOSKI, PAUL, Chore.... 126.00 SHIRKEY, MIKE, Chore ................. 30.00 SHOWERS, SHAWN, Reimb ........ 21.60 monthly contribution for support of the GRAHAM LAW OFFICE PC, Legal fees Washington County Recycling Center to ..................................................... 125.50 $500 for the remainder of the fiscal year, . GREAT PLAINS LOCATING SERV INC, effective October 1st, contingent on a Service ........... . ............................. 400.00 similar action by the Cityof Washington. GREINER DISCOUNT TIRES, Tires and County Auditor Fredrick presented therepairs ....................................... 4,480.97 SIEVERS, LYNETTE, Relmb ....... 961.63 SIMON, LINDA, School election.... 85.38 SITLERS ELEC SUPPLY, Supplies56.00 Board with a proclamation recognizing the GRETTER AUTOLAND INC, Service ..... SLECHTA COMM, Legal notices. 927.39 two hundred and twenty-fourth anniversa- . ....... ~. ........................................... 869.g0 ~LOA~ IROBERTA, Parent educator ...... ry of the drafting of the Constitution of the HAEFFNER, L|ROY, Service ..... 775.0~ .......... . ....................................... 1,774.83 United States of America. Chairperson ~ARDY, CAROLYN, School election ..... i S~IlTH~ LARRY, Reimb ................. 79.95 Miksch read the proclamation aloud which ....................... i ...... ~ ........................ 82.50 SiDRRELL GLASS CO, Repair.... 275.62 declares September 17th through 24th HARLAND, LUELLA, School election ..... SORRELLS, CARA L, Relmb ...... 445.70 to be Constitution Week in Washington ....................................................... 84.66 ST LUKES CENTER FOR, Service ........ HART, SANDRA R., Service ........ 176.38 ..................................................... 185.00 HASLER MAILING, Meter rent....279.00 STAPLES, Supplies ..................... 104.38 HEDDENS DDS, HEATHER, Rent ......... STATE PUBLIC DEFENDER..2012 fund ~. ................................................... 267.00 .................................................. 8,562.00 HENRY CO SHERIFF, Service ...... 30.26 HENRY SCHEIN DENTAL, Gloves ........ ..................................................... 664.35 HERNANDEZ, CATALINA, Parent educa- tor ............................................. 1,076.14 HILLCREST FAMILY SERVICES, Service .................................... 10,020.70 HIWAY SERV CTR, Service ..... 1,658.52 HOBBS, SHIRLEY, School election75.00 HODGSON JANITORIAL, Service ......... ..................................................... 565.00 HSBC BUSINESS SOLUTIONS, Parts.. ....................................................... 39.99 HY VEE FOOD, Supplies .............. 29.79 HYGIENIC LABORATORY, Water testing ....................................................... 24.00 HY-VEE, Medical ............. . ............... 4.00 IAALLIANCE IN HOME CARE, Training ................................................. ;... 552.00 IA CO RECORDERS ASSOC, Registration ................................. 300.00 IA DEPT OF NATURAL RESOURCES, STORM WATER PERMIT ........... 525.00 IA PARK & RECREATION, Memberships STATE PUBLIC POLICY GROUP, Training .......................................... 25.00 STOUDER, DANIELLE. Hrs ........ 119.13 STOUT, MARCY, ReimS0 .................. 8.55 STUTsMAN INC, ELDON C, Supplies... ....................................................... 54.17 SUBWAY, Meals ... ....................... 103.63 TAGUE STEEL & IRON, Parts. 2,247.00 TEMPLE, SHEILA, Dental hygenist ........ .................................................. 2,318.55 TERRACON CONSULTANTS INC, Service ......................................... 309.00 THOMANN WELDING, supplies.525.00 THOMANN, JEFF, Relmb ............ 100.00 THORNTON, ALBERTA, School election ....................................................... 15.00 THREE CHICKS PUBLICATIONS, Ads.. .................................................. 1,368.03 TINDAL LAW OFFICE, Service ... 144.00 TIRE ENVIRONMENTAL, Service314.00 TOBIN, BETTY, School election.. 108.64 TODD, TERESA, Reimb ................ 71.54 LEG - see pa e 3B acceptance of a HACAP/CDBG grant County. Fredrick noted the draft has been award contract; approval of an ECICOG sent to the County by a member of the contractual agreement for CDBG plan- DAR who is attempting to facilitate the ning/administrative services; acknowl- passage of a similar resolution in every edgement of a notice of withdrawal from county in Iowa. agricultural district from Robert M. and The Board voted to adopt a procla- Dadene E. Flynn (19-76-9); approval of mation recognizing the two hundred and Certificates of Appointment of Deputy twenty-fourth anniversary of the draft- from the Washington County Sheriff; a ing of the U. S. Constitution and declar- review of County FY 2012 funding for ing September 17th through 24th as the Washington County Recycle Center; Constitution Week in Washington County. a proclamation for official recognition of At 11:23 a.m., the Board voted to re- Constitution Week 2011; and the official cess the regular session until the sched- canvass of the September 13th school uied canvass of the school elections. districts election results. Supervisors Ron At 12:31 a.m., the Board voted to re- Bennett, Steve Davis, Adam Mangold and open the regular session. Wesley Rich were also present. The Board canvassed the September No addendums were offered to the 13th School Election results. " agenda. The Board voted to accept, as official, The Board voted to approve the agen- the results of the September 13, 2011 da as published. School Elections as canvassed. Washington County Redistricting Meeting adjourned at 12:55 p.m. Commission Chairperson Brian Hera addressed the Board regarding theAttest: s/WILLIAM C. FREDRICK, Commission's proposed County redis- County Auditor tricting and reprecincting plans. He told the Board that the Commission has been 8 A BAR ASSOC, Registration ..... 100.00 working on these plans since June and 911 DATAMASTER INC, Database up-