Agenda, Carlisle City Council Organizational Meeting, 3 January 2017

CITY OF CARLISLE ORGANIZATIONAL CITY COUNCIL MEETING AGENDA

Tuesday, January 03, 2017; 6:30 PM

Carlisle City Hall Council Chamber, 195 N. 1st St.

Council Packet_3 January 2017

CALL MEETING TO ORDER

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

COUNCIL ACTIONS

  1. Consider Setting Day And Time Of Regular Council Meetings
  2. Consider Approval of RESOLUTION NAMING DEPOSITORIES AND SETTING DEPOSITORY LIMITS
  3. Consider Appointment of Andrew Lent as City Clerk
  4. Consider Appointment of Kay Black as Deputy Clerk
  5. Consider Appointment of Robert Stuyvesant as City Attorney
  6. Consider Approval of RESOLUTION TO APPOINT A MEMBER AND ALTERNATE MEMBER(S) TO THE POLK COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT COMMISSION
  7. Consider Approval of RESOLUTION TO APPOINT A MEMBER AND ALTERNATE MEMBER(S) TO THE POLK COUNTY E911 SERVICE BOARD
  8. Consider Approval of RESOLUTION TO APPOINT A MEMBER AND ALTERNATE MEMBER(S) TO THE WARREN COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT COMMISSION
  9. Consider Approval of RESOLUTION TO APPOINT A MEMBER AND ALTERNATE MEMBER(S) TO THE WARREN COUNTY E911 SERVICE BOARD
  10. Consider Appointment of Jen Yates to Zoning Board of Adjustment for 5-year Term Ending 31 December 2022.
  11. Consider Appointment of William Schooler, Sr. to Cemetery Board of Trustees for 5-year Term Ending 31 December 2022
  12. Consider Appointment of Jon Peterson to Cemetery Board of Trustees for 5-year Term Ending 31 December 2022
  13. Consider Setting Dates and Times for FY2018 Budget Workshops (proposed 8:00 AM, January 21, 2017 and 8:00 AM, February 4, 2017)

MAYOR ACTIONS:

  1. Appoint Eric Spring as Chief of Police, subject to consent of Council
  2. Appoint Cory Glover as Chief of Fire and Rescue
  3. Appoint Eric Goodhue as Mayor Pro-Tem
  4. Appoint Department and Organization representatives:

Ruth Randleman

  • Departments: City Hall, Police, Fire and Rescue
  • Organizations: Warren County Economic Development Corporation, Metropolitan Advisory Council, Primary representative to the Metropolitan Planning Organization Policy Committee, MPO Bicycle-Pedestrian Roundtable, Mid-Iowa Association of Local Governments, BRAVO

Dan McCulloch

  • Departments: Cemetery, Community Building, Parks and Recreation [includes Aquatic Center]
  • Organization: Alternate representative to Chamber Executive Committee

Doug Hammerand

  • Departments: Streets, Sidewalks, and Storm Sewer
  • Organization: Metropolitan Advisory Council Legislative Action Committee

Eric Goodhue

  • Departments: Water and Sanitary Sewer
  • Organizations: Metropolitan Advisory Council, Scotch Ridge Nature Park Steering Committee, Carlisle School District Liaison

Drew Merrifield

  • Department: Library
  • Organizations: Scotch Ridge Center Steering Committee, Central Iowa Regional Drinking Water Commission, Mayor’s Public Safety Policy Advisory Cabinet, Walkability Task Force

Robert Van Ryswyk

  • Department: Electric
  • Organization: Primary representative to Chamber Executive Committee

 

ADJOURMENT

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