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Agenda, Carlisle City Council Regular Meeting, 23 October 2017

CITY OF CARLISLE REGULAR CITY COUNCIL MEETING AGENDA

Monday, 23 October 2017; 6:30 P.M

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

The following agenda items will be considered:

Council Packet_23 October 2017

CALL MEETING TO ORDER

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

  • Consider Approval of RESOLUTION APPROVING EMPLOYMENT CONTRACT WITH MATT KOCH FOR POSITION OF CHIEF OF POLICE

CONSENT AGENDA & POSSIBLE ACTION

(Council may pull any item on consent agenda for separate action)

  • Approve Regular City Council Minutes for 9 October 2017 and Special City Council Minutes for 18 October 2017
  • Approve RESOLUTION TO APPOINT A MEMBER AND ALTERNATE MEMBER(S) TO THE POLK COUNTY E911 SERVICE BOARD
  • Approve Tax Abatement Application for Joshua and Megan Olney, 1300 Veterans Memorial Drive
  • Receive and File Planning and Zoning Minutes for 9 and 16 October 2017
  • Receive and File MEAN Financials for August 2017
  • Set Special CIP Workshop meeting for Monday, 6 October 2017 at 6:30 PM at Carlisle City Hall
  • Set FY2018 Budget Amendment 1 Hearing on November 27, 2017 at 6:30 PM at Carlisle City Hall, 195 N 1st Street, Carlisle, IA
  • Set Beggars Night for Monday, 30 October 2017 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
  • Receive and File Department Reports

APPROVAL OF BILLS PAYABLE, CHANGE ORDERS AND PAY REQUESTS

  • Consider Approval of Bills in Amount of $ (Bills will be added 20 October 2017)
  • Consider Approval of Preauthorized Disbursements from 26 September to 20 October 2017 in Amount of $77,051.21
  • Consider Approval of A RESOLUTION TO APPROVE CHANGE ORDER 3 FOR NW WATER MAIN EXTENSION PROJECT (+$14,760 To be Reimbursed by IDOT)

CITIZEN PARTICIPATION (Please approach podium and state name and address. Comments limited to 3 minutes.)

OLD AND NEW BUSINESS & POSSIBLE ACTION

  • Discussion and Possible Action on Utility Bill at 630 S 5th Street
  • Discussion and Possible Action on Utility Bill at 1910 Normandy Drive
  • Consider Approval of RESOLUTION APPROVING THE FINAL PLAT FOR DANAMERE FARMS PLAT 6
  • Public Hearing on Second Amendment to the Gateway Urban Renewal Area
  • Consider Approval of RESOLUTION DETERMINING AN AREA OF THE CITY TO BE AN ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AREA, AND THAT THE REHABILITATION, CONSERVATION, REDEVELOPMENT, DEVELOPMENT, OR A COMBINATION THEREOF, OF SUCH AREA IS NECESSARY IN THE INTEREST OF THE PUBLIC HEALTH, SAFETY OR WELFARE OF THE RESIDENTS OF THE CITY; DESIGNATING SUCH AREA AS APPROPRIATE FOR URBAN RENEWAL PROJECTS; AND ADOPTING AMENDMENT NO. 2 TO THE GATEWAY URBAN RENEWAL PLAN
  • Consider First Reading of AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING THAT GENERAL PROPERTY TAXES LEVIED AND COLLECTED EACH YEAR ON CERTAIN PROPERTY LOCATED WITHIN THE GATEWAY URBAN RENEWAL AREA, IN THE CITY OF CARLISLE, COUNTY OF POLK, STATE OF IOWA, BY AND FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE STATE OF IOWA, CITY OF CARLISLE, COUNTY OF POLK, CARLISLE COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT, AND OTHER TAXING DISTRICTS, BE PAID TO A SPECIAL FUND FOR PAYMENT OF PRINCIPAL AND INTEREST ON LOANS, MONIES ADVANCED TO AND INDEBTEDNESS, INCLUDING BONDS ISSUED OR TO BE ISSUED, INCURRED BY THE CITY IN CONNECTION WITH THE GATEWAY URBAN RENEWAL AREA (AMENDMENT NO. 2 PARCEL)
    • Consider Waiving Second and Third Readings
  • Public Hearing on a Development Agreement by and Among the City of Carlisle, CMF Ventures, LLC, and Pioneer Hi-Bred International, Inc
  • Consider Approval of RESOLUTION APPROVING AND AUTHORIZING EXECUTION OF A DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT BY AND AMONG THE CITY OF CARLISLE, CMF VENTURES, LLC, AND PIONEER HI-BRED INTERNATIONAL, INC.
  • Consider Approval of Site Plan for Pioneer Warehouse Located at 6425 SE 64th Avenue

CITY ADMINISTRATOR REPORT

MAYOR AND COUNCIL REPORTS

CITY ATTORNEY REPORT

UPCOMING MEETINGS AND EVENTS

INFORMATION

  • Hometown Pride Press Release_16 October 2017
  • DART Post Meeting Email Update for October 2017
  • DART Funding Scenarios from Funding Workshops

CLOSED SESSION in accordance with Code of Iowa 21.5(j) To discuss the purchase or sale of particular real estate only where premature disclosure could be reasonably expected to increase the price the governmental body would have to pay for that property or reduce the price the governmental body would receive for that property.

CALL FOR ACTION

ADJOURNMENT

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Minutes, Carlisle City Council Meeting, 18 October 2017

CITY OF CARLISLE

SPECIAL CITY COUNCIL MEETING MINUTES

Wednesday, 18 October 2017; 8:00 AM.

Carlisle City Hall Council Chamber

195 North First Street, Carlisle, Iowa

Elected Officials present were Mayor Ruth Randleman and Council Members Rob Van Ryswyk, Dan McCulloch and Drew Merrifield constituting a quorum. Absent was Eric Goodhue and Doug Hammerand. Also present were City Administrator Andy Lent and City Clerk Martha Becker. Mayor Randleman called the meeting to order at 8:03 AM

The Pledge of Allegiance was recited.

OLD AND NEW BUSINESS AND POSSIBLE ACTION

A motion by Merrifield, Seconded by Van Ryswyk to approve the Plat of Survey for Parcel 2017-185 for Wilbur Goodhue Corporation at 5425 SE 64th Avenue. Motion carried unanimously on roll call vote.

Motion by Merrifield, seconded by Van Ryswyk to adjourn at 8:06 am. Motion carried unanimously on roll call vote.

________________________________

Ruth Randleman, Mayor

                                               

Martha Becker, City Clerk

 

 

Minutes, Carlisle Planning and Zoning Commission, 16 October 2017

CITY OF CARLISLE, IOWA

PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION

MINUTES

7:00 PM, MONDAY

16 October 2017

CARLISLE CITY HALL

 

MEMBERS PRESENT: Corey Oelberg, Dane Wright, Jon Lins, Stephany Goodhue, Becky Peterson, Bryan Holden

MEMBERS ABSENT: Howard Goodhue

 

Chair Oelberg called the meeting to order at 7:00 PM a roll call was taken and it was determined that a quorum existed.

Motion seconded by Peterson to approve by Holden, minutes from 9 October 2017. Motion carried unanimously.

Brad Brockman from McClure Engineering presented the Final Plat for Danamere Plat 6, Phase 1 with 24 lots of bi-attached houses. Water, sanitary sewer, and storm sewer have been installed. John Gade from Fox Engineering noted no major problems in their review following the second submission of the final plat. Legal documents for recording will need to be presented to City prior to recording.

Motion by Lins, seconded by Wright to recommend to Council approval of the Final Plat for Danamere Farms Plat 6 subject to Fox Engineering letter of 10 October 2017. Motion carried unanimously on a roll call vote.

Lent explained the Amendment 2 to the Gateway Urban Renewal Plan the main objective is to add parcels owned by Dave and Ida Wright. Peterson asked why the parcels weren’t included earlier and Lent responded that development wasn’t happening in the area when the Gateway Urban Renewal Area was first created. Now there is development happening.

Motion by Holden, seconded by Peterson found that the Amendment is in conformity with the general plan for the development of the City as a whole, in conformity with the comprehensive plan, recommends adoption by the City Council, and directs the City Administrator to report such findings to the Council at its October 23, 2017 meeting. Motion carried unanimously on a roll call vote with 5 ayes and Wright abstaining.

Motion by Wright, seconded by Lins to recommend to Council approval of the Plat of Survey for Parcel 2017-185 for Wilbur Goodhue Corporation at 5425 SE 64th Avenue. Motion carried unanimously on a roll call vote.

Jason Ledden from Snyder & Associates explained the site plan for the Pioneer Warehouse Development. He explained the berm and tree screening to residences to the east and storm water retention. They are requesting a waiver for metal siding facing the public right-of-way in a M-1 Restricted Industrial District. They brought samples of the siding that will be used and color elevations of the building. John Gade noted the size of the parking stalls and recommends allowing the size noted on the drawing. He also reviewed other comments from the Fox Engineering review letter of 11 October 2017. Rich Clark from PDC Partners noted that truck traffic from the warehouse during the high season time will be 50 trucks per day. Gade noted some 8-foot evergreen trees will be planted on the north side of the building between the drives which will provide more screening of parked trucks. Gade also noted that the parking stall size in the parking lot have been approved on previous site plans.

Motion by Wright, seconded by Lins to recommend approval of the waiver for the parking stalls of size 18’ by 9’ instead of 20’ by 10’. Motion carried unanimously.

Motion by Holden, seconded by Wright to recommend approval of the waiver of metal siding facing a public right-of-way in a M-1 Restricted Industrial District. Motion carried unanimously.

Motion by Lins, seconded by Peterson to approve the Site Plan for Pioneer Warehouse Development at 5425 SE 64th Avenue in accordance with findings in the 11 October 2017 Fox Engineering Review letter. Motion carried unanimously on a roll call vote.

No further business was necessary and on a motion by Holden, seconded by Oelberg, the meeting was adjourned at 7:24 PM on a unanimous vote.

Respectfully Submitted,

 

Andrew J. Lent

City Administrator

Agenda, Carlisle Special City Council Meeting, 18 October 2017

CITY OF CARLISLE SPECIAL CITY COUNCIL MEETING AGENDA

Wednesday, 18 October 2017; 8:00 AM

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

The following agenda items will be considered:

Council Packet_18 October 2017

CALL MEETING TO ORDER

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

OLD AND NEW BUSINESS & POSSIBLE ACTION

  • Consider Approval of Plat of Survey for Parcel 2017-185 for Wilbur Goodhue Corporation at 5425 SE 64th Avenue

ADJOURNMENT

** PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS AGENDA MAY CHANGE UP TO 24 HOURS PRIOR TO THE MEETING **

“This institution is an equal opportunity provider and employer.”

If you wish to file a Civil Rights program complaint of discrimination, complete the USDA Program Discrimination Complaint Form, found online at http://www.ascr.usda.gov/complaint_filing_cust.html, or at any USDA office, or call (866) 632-9992 to request the form. You may also write a letter containing all of the information requested in the form. Send your completed complaint form or letter to us by mail at U.S. Department of Agriculture, Director, Office of Adjudication, 1400 Independence Avenue, S.W., Washington, D.C. 20250-9410, by fax (202) 690-7442 or email at program.intake@usda.gov.”

Minutes, Carlisle City Council Regular Meeting 9 October 2017

CITY OF CARLISLE

REGULAR CITY COUNCIL MEETING MINUTES

Monday, 9 October 2017; 6:30 P.M.

Carlisle City Hall Council Chamber

195 North First Street, Carlisle, Iowa

Elected Officials present were Mayor Ruth Randleman and Council Members Rob Van Ryswyk, Dan McCulloch, Doug Hammerand, Drew Merrifield and Eric Goodhue constituting a quorum. Also present were City Administrator Andy Lent, City Clerk Martha Becker, Parks and Rec Superintendent Ronda Frost and City Attorney Robert Stuyvesant. Mayor Randleman called the meeting to order at 6:30 P.M.

The Pledge of Allegiance was recited.

CONSENT ITEMS:

Motion by Hammerand, seconded by Goodhue to APPROVE THE FOLLOWING CONSENT ITEMS.

  • Approve regular City Council Minutes for 25 September 2017
  • Approve Resolution 2017100901, Resolution to Approve Tax Abatement for Construction of a New Residential Dwelling (Todd and Jody Emberton at 1350 Veterans Memorial Drive)
  • Approve Special Events Application from Carlisle Area Chamber of Commerce for Pumpkinfest, Saturday, 21 October 2017, 1:00-3:00 PM
  • Receive and File Department Reports

Motion carried unanimously on a roll call vote.

APPROVAL OF BILLS PAYABLE, CHANGE ORDERS AND PAY REQUESTS

Motion by Van Ryswyk seconded by McCulloch to approve bills in the amount of $63,170.14.

Merrifield asked that the WCED invoice be pulled for discussion. Van Ryswyk withdrew his motion and McCulloch withdrew his second. Merrifield inquired about the $2,000.00 increase from last year for dues. Lent replied that the increase was approved during a budget workshop for FY18 and that Merrifield had missed that meeting, but it was part of the adopted FY2018 annual budget.

Motion by VanRyswyk, seconded by McCulloch to approve bills in the amount of $63,170.14.

Motion carried unanimously on a roll call vote.

Jeff Schug from McClure Engineering spoke to Council regarding the pay estimate 1 for Fifth Street Culvert. Schug explained to Council that they can expect a final pay estimate, a change order for $10,000.00 and some additional seeding.

Motion by Hammerand, seconded by Goodhue to approve Pay Estimate 1 for Fifth Street Culvert Project to J&K Construction in the Amount of $211,966.37. Motion carried unanimously on a roll call vote.

Lent explained that of the $120,475.88 for the NW Water Main Ext., $22,377.13 is the cities portion which will be taken out of a revenue bond note. $91,781.25 is General Mills portion and $6,317.50 is the DOT’s portion. Motion by Hammerand, seconded by Van Ryswyk to approve Pay Estimate #3 for NW Water Main Extension Project in Amount of $120,475.88 to Max Smith Construction. Motion carried unanimously on a roll call vote.

Lent explained to Council that the change order for the NW Water Main Ext. will serve two purposes. It will consist of an additional 1600 feet 12-inch water main extending east of the intersection at 64th and 52nd for the Pioneer warehouse as well as to start the water main loop around the north side to connect back to the city for water pressure.

Motion by Hammerand, seconded by Van Ryswyk to Approve Resolution 2017100902, A RESOLUTION APPROVING CHANGE ORDER #2 TO NORTHWEST WATER MAIN EXTENSION PROJECT in amount of $120,985.00. Motion carried unanimously on a roll call vote.

Motion by Merrifield, seconded by Goodhue, to approve Resolution 2017100903, A RESOLUTION APPROVING AMENDMENT TO ENGINEERING SERVICES AGREEMENT WITH FOX ENGINEERING FOR SE 64TH AVENUE WATERMAIN EXTENSION. Motion carried unanimously on a roll call vote.

CITIZEN PARTICIPATION

Clifford Holcomb of 8900 NE 25th St., Lot 105 spoke to Council regarding concerns he had about his electric usage. Holcomb stated that his high reads were due to some work that was done on the meter by the City. Council noted that they would have the Electric department get in touch with him about the issues and test the meter.

OLD AND NEW BUSINESS AND POSSIBLE ACTION

Matt Thomas from TLS spoke to Council regarding a previously approved plat of survey for a property belonging to Davidson’s. There was an error in the legal description and it will need to be approved with the corrected language. Motion by Merrifield, seconded by Hammerand to approve Plat of Survey on Parcel “Z” for Samuel E. and Dee Ann Davidson. Motion carried unanimously on a roll call vote.

Carrie Norris of 1910 Normandy Drive spoke to Council regarding a high water read on her utility bill. Norris submitted a letter from her plumber stating that there were no leaks to her water system. Tommy Thompson from the Water Department suggested that the meter be pulled and have a third party test the meter.

Motion by Goodhue, Seconded by Merrifield to accept for the record the letter from the plumber stating there were no water leaks. Motion carried unanimously on a roll call vote.

Motion by Goodhue, seconded by Merrifield to table the Discussion and Possible Action on Utility Bill at 1910 Normandy Drive. Motion carried unanimously on a roll call vote. Someone from City Hall will contact Norris when they are ready to pull and test the meter.

Ronda Frost spoke to Council for approval for additional repairs to the entrance at Lindhart Park. The expansion of the entrance is complete however the approach and sidewalk to the north need to be paved as well as a sidewalk above the creek. In addition, Frost is looking at a fence quote to protect sidewalk users above the drainage creek. Frost provided Council with a proposal for concrete work from Woodhouse and Lee Construction Company. Option #2 of the proposal included paving the approach and the city sidewalk section that runs through the approach in the amount of $3,884.00. The Alternate proposal included reconstruction of the city sidewalk across the creek bridge plus 28’6” to the south of the bridge in the amount of $3,034.00. Funds would be from the excess 8th Street improvement funds that were transferred to make pavement improvements to Lindhart Park.

Motion by Goodhue, seconded by McCulloch to approve Option #2 and the Alternate Proposal for Repairs to the Lindhart Park Entrance and installation of fencing not to exceed $5,000.00. Motion carried unanimously on a roll call vote.

Frost provided Council with figures for the 2017 season for the Aquatic Center. There was discussion from Council and Frost regarding the report. The figures showed some increase in revenue from the previous year as well as some savings in pool chemicals.

Motion by Goodhue, seconded by VanRyswyk to approve Resolution 2017100904, A RESOLUTION APPROVING ELECTRIC DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM PROPOSAL FOR DANAMERE FARMS PLAT 6. Motion carried unanimously on a roll call vote.

Motion by Goodhue, seconded McCulloch to approve the Third and Final Reading of Ordinance 734, AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE CODE OF ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF CARLISLE, IOWA BY AMENDING PROVISIONS PERTAINING TO COUNCIL MEMBERS COMPENSATION.

Ayes: Goodhue, McCulloch, Merrifield. Nays: VanRyswyk, Hammerand. Motion carried.

Motion by Goodhue, seconded by Hammerand to Approve FY2017 Urban Renewal Report. Motion carried unanimously on a roll call vote.

Motion by Goodhue, seconded by Van Ryswyk to Approve the Hiring of Beth Shipley at Rate of $16.00 per Hour as Temporarily Replacement Customer Service Clerk. Motion carried unanimously on a roll call vote.

Motion by Van Ryswyk, seconded by McCulloch to Approve Increasing Rate of Pay for Justin Nelson to $26.02 per Hour Retroactive to 3 October 2017. Motion carried unanimously on a roll call vote.

CITY ADMINISTRATOR REPORT

The PW Superintendent ad is out and the first review of submittals will begin after October 20th. Lent has asked Mayor, Goodhue and Merrifield to be on the interview committee.

Chief Koch is looking to hire at least on certified officer part-time to help cover shifts until he has more fulltime staff to cover hours.

CIP/Strategic planning workshop will be held November 6th at 6:30.

MAYOR AND COUNCIL REPORTS

Merrifield expressed disappointment that there weren’t more people running for the elections. He was glad to see the city using True Value. Merrifield also noted that Richard Andrews had a complaint about the water and sewer maintenance contracts. Andrews noted that since the mayor signed the letters that went to citizens that if something happened he would hold the city responsible.

Merrifield also commented that the Chamber of Commerce meeting was held on 2nd floor of La Villa restaurant and he wasn’t able to attend because of limited access to the 2nd floor. Merrifield also asked that if we had to vote for the Des Moines Local Option Sales Tax. Lent replied that the City would participate in the vote on the Polk County side.

Hammerand: None

Mayor Randleman noted that her trip to Australia was through the Des Moines Metropolitan Planning Organization at an International level for Des Moines. She is organizing a meeting at La Villa on October 17th for a strategic planning proposal that will be submitted to the City from McClure Engineering. They want to meet with citizens and community leaders to see what they think for the future of Carlisle.

Goodhue noted that the department heads do a good job with expenditures and Council can continue to ensure that departments are spending tax payer dollars appropriately.

McCulloch investigated the train horns and thinks it will be more financially responsible to just leave things the way they are. He did note that if there were citizens that came forward he would continue to investigate it but again, felt it would be cheaper to leave it the way it is. It was estimated it would cost around $13,000.00 per crossing plus inspections every year.

 

Van Ryswyk noted that he received a complaint from a citizen that he received a letter from that city that he had to put gravel down for his camper. The citizen noted that there are many cars/campers are not on hard surface. Van Ryswyk would like to see the PD address code violations if they see them when they are out.

CITY ATTORNEY REPORT: None. Stuyvensant did inquire how the 5th Street culvert held up during this past rain storm. Lent stated that the culvert appeared to operate as planned.

UPCOMING MEETINGS AND EVENTS:

None

INFORMATION

  • MPO Media Advisory, Dated 25 September 2017, The Dam Debate III, Regional Open Houses Announced for Water Trails Study
  • MPO Press Release: Friday, 6 October 2017

Motion by Goodhue, seconded by Hammerand to enter into closed session at 8:15 pm in accordance with Code of Iowa Section 21.5(j). To discuss the purchase or sale of particular real estate only where premature disclosure could be reasonably expected to increase the price the governmental body would have to pay for that property or reduce the price the governmental body would receive for that property. Motion carried unanimously on roll call vote.

Mayor Randleman called the meeting back to order in open session at 8:50 pm and asked for any action.

Motion by Goodhue, seconded by Hammerand to contract with OPM Architect and Formation Group for Phase One and Option 3 of their proposal and not to exceed $5,000.00 for the city’s share. Motion carried unanimously on roll call vote.

Motion by Goodhue, seconded by McCulloch to adjourn at 8:51 pm. Motion carried unanimously on roll call vote.

________________________________

Ruth Randleman, Mayor

                                               

Martha Becker, City Clerk

 

 

 

13 Oct 2017 NW Water Main Extension Update

FULL-TIME POLICE OFFICER POSITION

Full-time Police Officer Position opening at Carlisle Police Department. Please see the attached application and full description below for details.

Completed police department application, copy of transcripts and copy of driver’s license must be submitted to the Carlisle Police Department by the application deadline. Incomplete or late submittals will NOT be considered.  Applications submitted by fax will not be accepted.

Deadline to Apply:         Friday, November 3, 2017 4:30 PM

PT TEST WILL BE HELD SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 2017 AT 8:00 AM. Please meet at the Carlisle Police Department promptly for testing to begin, 195 N 1st Street. For those successfully completing the Physical Agility test, an initial interview will be conducted later that day.

Again, only those that have sent in the completed materials will be asked to take part on this test date.

  • Completed police department application; found at http://carlisleiowa.org/full-time-police-officer-position/
  • copy of transcripts
  • copy of driver’s license

These must be submitted to the Carlisle Police Department by the application deadline. Incomplete or late submittals will NOT be considered. Applications submitted by fax will not be accepted. Please mail or drop off at Carlisle Police Department, 195 N. 1st Street, Carlisle, Iowa 50047. Questions may be directed by telephone to the Carlisle Police Department at (515) 989-4121 or by email to:

Interim Chief Matt Koch mkoch@carlisleiowa.org

Job Description

Carlisle POLICE Department Application

 

The City of Carlisle is an Equal Opportunity Employer

 

Agenda, Carlisle Planning and Zoning Commission, 16 October 2017

City of Carlisle, Iowa

Planning and Zoning Commission meeting

16 October 2017

7:00 P.M. Carlisle City Hall

  1. Call to order
  2. Determine quorum
  3. Approve Minutes from 9 October 2017
  4. Consider Recommendation to Council on Final Plat for Danamere Plat 6
  5. Consider Recommendation to Council on Gateway Urban Renewal 2017 Amendment 2
  6. Consider Recommendation to Council Regarding Plat of Survey for Parcel 2017-185 for Wilbur Goodhue Corporation at 5425 SE 64th Avenue
  7. Consider Recommendation to Council on Site Plan for Pioneer Warehouse Development, 5425 SE 64th Avenue
  8. Adjournment

** PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS AGENDA MAY CHANGE UP TO 24 HOURS PRIOR TO THE MEETING **

“This institution is an equal opportunity provider and employer.”

If you wish to file a Civil Rights program complaint of discrimination, complete the USDA Program Discrimination Complaint Form, found online at http://www.ascr.usda.gov/complaint_filing_cust.html, or at any USDA office, or call (866) 632-9992 to request the form. You may also write a letter containing all of the information requested in the form. Send your completed complaint form or letter to us by mail at U.S. Department of Agriculture, Director, Office of Adjudication, 1400 Independence Avenue, S.W., Washington, D.C. 20250-9410, by fax (202) 690-7442 or email at program.intake@usda.gov.”

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