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Agenda, Carlisle City Council Regular Meeting, 22 January 2018

CITY OF CARLISLE REGULAR CITY COUNCIL MEETING AGENDA

Monday, 22 January 2018; 6:30 P.M

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

The following agenda items will be considered:

Council Packet_22 January 2018

CALL MEETING TO ORDER

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

  • Consider RESOLUTION APPOINTING COUNCIL MEMBER

CONSENT AGENDA & POSSIBLE ACTION

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

  • Approve Special City Council Minutes for 2 January 2018
  • Approve Regular City Council Minutes for 8 January 2018
  • Receive and File Planning and Zoning Commission Minutes for 15 January 2018
  • Receive and File MEAN Financials for November 2017
  • Approve Special Event Application for Carlisle PTO for Color Fun Run on 19 May 2018
  • Receive and File Police Department December 2017 Report

APPROVAL OF BILLS PAYABLE, CHANGE ORDERS AND PAY REQUESTS

  • Approval of Bills in Amount of $83,741.11

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

OLD AND NEW BUSINESS & POSSIBLE ACTION

  • Public Hearing on Development Agreement Between City of Carlisle and Park Holdings, LC.
  • Consider Approval of RESOLUTION APPROVING AND AUTHORIZING EXECUTION OF A DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT BY AND BETWEEN THE CITY OF CARLISLE AND PARK HOLDINGS, L.C.
  • Consider Approval of RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING ADVANCEMENT OF COSTS FOR AN URBAN RENEWAL PROJECT AND CERTIFICATION OF EXPENSES INCURRED BY THE CITY FOR PAYMENT UNDER IOWA CODE SECTION 403.19
  • 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 (PARK HOLDINGS PARCEL)
    • Consider waiving Second and Third Readings
  • Public Hearing on Rezoning Application for 130 Pennsylvania Street from R-1, Single Family Residential District to R-3, Multi-Family Residential District
  • Consider Approval of First Reading of AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE ZONING ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF CARLISLE, IOWA, 2014 (130 Pennsylvania Street)
    • Consider Waiving Second and Third Readings
  • Consider Approval of Plans for Improvements to Lindhart Park by Carlisle Girls Softball League
  • Consider Approval of Approve RESOLUTION TO NAME REPRESENTATIVES TO NEBRASKA MUNICIPAL POWER POOL MEMBERS’ COUNCIL
  • Consider Approval of Selling 1993 Pierce Fire Truck to Rhea County Fire Department, Tennessee for $9,500
  • Consider Approval of Joint Purchase of Van to Transport Prisoners (Carlisle Cost: $8,500)
  • Consider Setting Saturday, February 3, 2018 at 8:00 AM for Special Workshop on FY2019 Budget

INFORMATION

CITY ATTORNEY REPORT

CITY ADMINISTRATOR REPORT

MAYOR AND COUNCIL REPORTS

UPCOMING MEETINGS AND EVENTS

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.”

Agenda, Carlisle City Council Special Meeting, 22 January 2018

CITY OF CARLISLE SPECIAL CITY COUNCIL MEETING AGENDA

Monday, 22 January 2018; 5:30 P.M

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

The following agenda items will be considered:

Council Packet_Special, 22 January 2018

CALL MEETING TO ORDER

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

OLD AND NEW BUSINESS & POSSIBLE ACTION

    • Interviews with Applicants for Council Vacancy

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

City of Carlisle Needs Your Comments!

The City of Carlisle is again seeking federal funding for improvements to the Scotch Ridge Road and Highway 5 intersection. The last time the City asked for comments, the response was overwhelming, but there wasn’t enough funding to give the City the full amount requested.
The City is now asking for the second half of the funding for the improvements. Please click on the link below and submit comments supporting the project.
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Agenda, Special Carlisle City Council Meeting Agenda, 13 January 2018

CITY OF CARLISLE SPECIAL CITY COUNCIL MEETING AGENDA

SATURDAY, 13 JANUARY 2018; 8:00 A.M

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

The following agenda items will be considered:

Council Packet_13 January 2018

CALL MEETING TO ORDER

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

FY 2018 BUDGET WORKSHOP

    • BUDGET OVERVIEW
    • POLICE DEPARTMENT
    • FIRE/EMS DEPARTMENT
    • LIBRARY DEPARTMENT
    • PARKS & RECREATION
    • BUILDING INSPECTIONS/ANIMAL CONTROL/STREET LIGHTING/SOLID WASTE
    • PLANNING AND ZONING/ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
    • CITY COUNCIL/MAYOR/CITY HALL/ LEGAL SERVICES
    • REVIEW OF GENERAL FUND BUDGET
    • TIF BUDGET (IF TIME ALLOWS)
    • DEBT SERVICE (IF TIME ALLOWS)
    • CITIZEN PARTICIPATION
  • ADJOURNMENT

 

 

Minutes, Carlisle City Council Meeting, 8 January 2018

CITY OF CARLISLE

REGULAR CITY COUNCIL MEETING MINUTES

Monday, 8 January 2018; 6:30 P.M.

Carlisle City Hall Council Chamber

195 North First Street, Carlisle, Iowa

Elected Officials present were Mayor Drew Merrifield, Council Members Dan McCulloch, Eric Goodhue, Rob VanRyswyk and Doug Hammerand constituting a quorum. Also present were City Administrator Andy Lent, City Clerk Martha Becker, Police Chief Matthew Koch, Electric Superintendent Donald Miller, Parks Superintendent Ronda Frost and City Attorney Robert Stuyvesant. Mayor Merrifield called the meeting to order at 6:30 P.M.

The Pledge of Allegiance was recited.

CONSENT ITEMS:

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

  • Approve Regular City Council Minutes for 27 December 2017
  • Approve Organizational City Council Minutes for 2 January 2018
  • Approve Resolution 2018010801, A Tax Abatement Application for Kurt and Christine Townsend, 1005 Woodland Drive
  • Receive and File Electric Department Report
  • Receive and File MEAN November 2017 Minutes Packet
  • Receive and File Board of Adjustment Minutes for 28 December 2017

Motion carried unanimously on a roll call vote.

APPROVAL OF BILLS PAYABLE, CHANGE ORDERS AND PAY REQUESTS

Motion by Hammerand, seconded by Van Ryswyk to approve bills in the amount of $18,130.80.

Motion carried unanimously on a roll call vote.

Lauren Nitchals-Clark spoke to Council regarding the closeout of the NW Water Main Extension Project. Nitchals-Clark noted that the final work was completed on 5 December 2017 and that Max Smith Construction submitted a check for $6,000.00 to ensure completion of some seeding and restoration items next spring. Upon completion of the work the money will be returned to Max Smith Construction.

Van Ryswyk added that if all contractors were like Max Smith Construction we would have no problems.

Motion by Van Ryswyk, seconded by Hammerand to approve Resolution 2018010802, A RESOLUTION TO APPROVE CHANGE ORDER 4 FOR NW WATER MAIN EXTENSION PROJECT (Decrease of $30,982.00). Motion carried unanimously on a roll call vote.

Motion by Goodhue, seconded by Van Ryswyk to approve Pay Estimate #5 for the NW Water Main Extension Project in the Amount of $35,525.73 to Max Smith Construction. Motion carried unanimously on a roll call vote.

Motion by Van Ryswyk, seconded by Hammerand to approve Pay Estimate #6 for the NW Water Main Extension Project in the Amount of $46,725.25 to Max Smith Construction. Motion carried unanimously on a roll call vote.

Motion by Goodhue seconded by McCulloch to approve Acceptance of NW Water Main Extension Project. Motion carried unanimously on a roll call vote.

Justin Miller from McClure Engineering was present to discuss the Closeout of 5th Street Culvert Replacement Project. Council noted that they would like to see changes as they happen during the project.

Motion by Goodhue, seconded by Van Ryswyk to approve Resolution 2018010803, A RESOLUTION TO APPROVE CHANGE ORDER 1 FOR 5TH STREET CULVERT REPLACEMENT        PROJECT. Motion carried unanimously on a roll call vote.

Motion by Goodhue, seconded by McCulloch to approve Pay Estimate #2 for the 5th Street Culvert Replacement Project in the Amount of $1,504.80 to J&K Contracting, LLC. Motion carried unanimously on a roll call vote.

Motion by Goodhue, seconded by McCulloch to approve Resolution 2018010804, A RESOLUTION TO APPROVE CHANGE ORDER 2 FOR 5TH STREET CULVERT REPLACEMENT PROJECT. Motion carried unanimously on a roll call vote.

Motion by Goodhue, seconded by McCulloch to approve Consider Approval of Pay Estimate #3 for the 5th Street Culvert Replacement Project in the Amount of $11,773.49 to J&K Contracting, LLC. Motion carried unanimously on a roll call vote

Motion by Van Ryswyk, seconded by McCulloch to approve Acceptance of 5th Street Culvert Replacement Project. Motion carried unanimously on a roll call vote.

CITIZEN PARTICIPATION: None

Motion by Goodhue, seconded by Van Ryswyk to Remove from Table and Consider Request from Girls Softball League for Improvements to Lindhart Park. Motion carried unanimously on a roll call vote.

Shawna Johnson-Miers spoke to Council regarding improvements to Lindhardt Park. She explained that the Girls Softball League will be applying for a grant through Prairie Meadows and that the money will be used to install paved pathways from the concession stand to the fields making them ADA compliant. There was continued discussion from Council regarding the project and deadlines for the submission of the grant. Council would like to revisit the topic at the regular Council meeting on 22 January 2018 after the Softball League has gathered quotes for the cost of the project.

Lent explained to Council that there are right-of-way and easement acquisition plats that will need to be done that were not in the original total from Snyder and Associates. The amended amount is for $7,600.00. Motion by Hammerand, seconded by McCulloch to approve Resolution 2018010805, A RESOLUTION APPROVING ENGINEERING SERVICES AGREEMENT AMENDMENT WITH SNYDER & ASSOCIATES, INC. FOR SCHOOL STREET IMPROVEMENTS, PHASE 1 PROJECT. Motion carried unanimously on a roll call vote.

Motion by Goodhue, seconded by VanRyswyk to approve Resolution 2018010806, A RESOLUTION APPROVING POLICE OFFICER REIMBURSEMENT AGREEMENT with changes to paragraph #2 to state that the agreement starts when the officer is initially employed, not on graduating the ILEA. Motion carried unanimously on a roll call vote

CITY ADMINISTRATOR REPORT

Lent informed Council that he will be talking with property owners where the city needs to purchase right-of-way or permanent easements on School Street.

Lent also spoke to Council that he is working with PFM on a pre-levy for a bond to borrow money for School Street. The amount for School Street will now be $630,000 to reserve a spot in the budget to levy for bond payments in FY2019.

Lent explained that he hoped to keep the School Street cost to $800,000 but it would seem to be close to $1 million with construction and engineering.

Lent made note that the DART commission has made a decision that if any city leaving DART at this time and wishes to return, the city will be charged the amount of property taxes that would have been collected during the city’s withdrawal.

MAYOR AND COUNCIL REPORTS

Hammerand: None

Goodhue noted that he met with Superintendent Amos regarding a special election for the school district that will be held on 3 April 2018 for $17 million General Obligation Bond for district wide improvements which will include an indoor activity center at the high school. Goodhue explained that it will be a tax levy neutral bond and will not raise the tax levy.

McCulloch reviewed some statistics and facts from the MEAN report with Council. McCulloch also noted that he liked the article for Carlisle in the Warren County economic development insert in the Business Record.

Van Ryswyk: None

Mayor Merrifield noted that he will be attending some meetings and will have updates for Council.

CITY ATTORNEY REPORT

Stuyvesant discussed Warren County’s proposed land purchase for the jail. There was discussion regarding the cost of the property and the proposed location. Stuyvesant also noted that the jail inspector was supposed to have come last week as opposed to the end of the month. Chief Koch explained that as of last week there were no inmates housed at the jail because the facility did not meet fire code. There was continued discussion from Council, Mayor and Stuyvesant regarding the property and the upcoming bond for the new jail. Stuyvesant thanked Council for his reappointment as City Attorney.

UPCOMING MEETINGS AND EVENTS

Budget Workshop 13 January 2018 8:00 am.

INFORMATION

None

ADJOURNMENT

Motion by McCulloch, seconded by Goodhue to adjourn at 7:13 pm. Motion carried unanimously on roll call vote.

________________________________

Drew Merrifield, Mayor

                                               

Martha Becker, City Clerk

 

NOTE: Minutes are unofficial until approved by Council-final approval may include corrections as necessary

Agenda, Carlisle Planning and Zoning Commission, 15 January 2018

City of Carlisle, Iowa

Planning and Zoning Commission meeting

15 January 2018

7:00 P.M. Carlisle City Hall

  1. Call to order
  2. Determine quorum
  3. Approve Minutes from 18 December 2017
  4. Consider Recommendation for Rezoning of 130 Pennsylvania Street from R-1 Single Family Residential to R-3, Multi-Family Residential District
  5. 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 Planning and Zoning Commission, 18 December 2017

CITY OF CARLISLE, IOWA

PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION

MINUTES

7:00 PM, MONDAY

18 December 2017

CARLISLE CITY HALL

MEMBERS PRESENT: Corey Oelberg, Howard Goodhue, Stephany Goodhue, Bryan Holden

MEMBERS ABSENT: Dane Wright, Jon Lins, Becky Peterson

Chair Oelberg called the meeting to order at 7:15 PM a roll call was taken and it was determined that a quorum existed.

Motion by Holden, seconded by Oelberg, to approve minutes from 16 October 2017. Motion carried unanimously.

Brad Brockman from McClure Engineering presented the Danamere Farms Plat 7 Construction Drawings with 32 Single family residential lots. John Gade from Fox Engineering covered items on the Fox Engineering letter. Everything is in conformance with the rest of the development and the comprehensive plan. Sidewalks on the south and east side of the street. There will be a transition from Juniper Street to South 8th Street. A detention pond will be on the east side of the plat.

Motion by Holden, seconded by H. Goodhue to recommend to Council approval of the Construction Drawings for Danamere Farms Plat 7 subject to Fox Engineering letter of 13 December 2017. Motion carried unanimously on a roll call vote.

Matt Thomas of Thomas Land Surveying reviewed the Plat of Survey for Dustin Beener at 100 E School Street. The parcel is to be attached to the parcel to the south for PDM Metals to expand their storage area. Motion by Oelberg, seconded by Holden to recommend to Council approval of the Plat of Survey for Dustin Beener, 100 East School Street. Motion carried unanimously on a roll call vote.

Lent explained that the City of Carlisle hired Matt Thomas to do a Plat of Survey for the property recently purchased at 25 School Street where the existing structure was recently demolished the current layout of the property is “L-shaped” and the City would like to give the lower portion of the “L” to the Carlisle Chamber of Commerce, which owns the adjacent property to develop a downtown park and bike hub. The remaining city property will have an asphalt overlay to be used as municipal parking. Motion by Holden, seconded by H. Goodhue to recommend to Council approval of the Plat of Survey for the City of Carlisle at 25 School Street. Motion carried unanimously on a roll call vote.

No further business was necessary and on a motion by Holden, seconded by S. Goodhue, the meeting was adjourned at 7:30 PM on a unanimous vote.

Respectfully Submitted,

Andrew J. Lent

City Administrator

Agenda, Carlisle City Council Meeting, 8 January 2018

CITY OF CARLISLE REGULAR CITY COUNCIL MEETING AGENDA

Monday, 8 January 2018; 6:30 P.M

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

The following agenda items will be considered:

Council Packet_8 January 2018

CALL MEETING TO ORDER

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

CONSENT AGENDA & POSSIBLE ACTION

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

  • Approve Regular City Council Minutes for 27 December 2017
  • Approve Organizational City Council Minutes for 2 January 2018
  • Approve Tax Abatement Application for Kurt and Christine Townsend, 1005 Woodland Drive
  • Receive and File Electric Department Report
  • Receive and File MEAN November 2017 Minutes Packet
  • Receive and File Board of Adjustment Minutes for 28 December 2017

APPROVAL OF BILLS PAYABLE, CHANGE ORDERS AND PAY REQUESTS

  • Approval of Bills in Amount of $18,130.80
  • Closeout of NW Water Main Extension Project
    • Consider Approval of A RESOLUTION TO APPROVE CHANGE ORDER 4 FOR NW WATER MAIN EXTENSION PROJECT (Decrease of $30,982.00)
    • Consider Approval of Pay Estimate #5 for the NW Water Main Extension Project in the Amount of $35,525.73 to Max Smith Construction
    • Consider Approval of Pay Estimate #6 for the NW Water Main Extension Project in the Amount of $46,725.25 to Max Smith Construction
    • Consider Approval of Certificate of Substantial Completion for NW Water Main Extension Project
    • Consider Approval of Engineer’s Statement of Completion for NW Water Main Extension Project
  • Closeout of 5th Street Culvert Replacement Project
    • Consider Approval of A RESOLUTION TO APPROVE CHANGE ORDER 1 FOR 5TH STREET CULVERT REPLACEMENT PROJECT
    • Consider Approval of Pay Estimate #2 for the 5th Street Culvert Replacement Project in the Amount of $1,504.80 to J&K Contracting, LLC
    • Consider Approval of A RESOLUTION TO APPROVE CHANGE ORDER 2 FOR 5TH STREET CULVERT REPLACEMENT PROJECT
    • Consider Approval of Pay Estimate #3 for the 5th Street Culvert Replacement Project in the Amount of $11,773.49 to J&K Contracting, LLC
    • Consider Acceptance of 5th Street Culvert Replacement Project

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

OLD AND NEW BUSINESS & POSSIBLE ACTION

  • Consider Remove from Table and Consider Request from Girls Softball League for Improvements to Lindhart Park
  • Consider Approval of RESOLUTION APPROVING ENGINEERING SERVICES AGREEMENT AMENDMENT WITH SNYDER & ASSOCIATES, INC. FOR SCHOOL STREET IMPROVEMENTS, PHASE 1 PROJECT
  • Consider Approval of RESOLUTION APPROVING POLICE OFFICER REIMBURSEMENT AGREEMENT

CITY ADMINISTRATOR REPORT

MAYOR AND COUNCIL REPORTS

CITY ATTORNEY REPORT

UPCOMING MEETINGS AND EVENTS

INFORMATION

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 Organizational Meeting, 2 January 2018

CITY OF CARLISLE

ORGANIZATIONAL CITY COUNCIL MEETING MINUTES

Tuesday, January 2, 2018 6:30 P.M.

Carlisle City Hall Council Chamber

195 North First Street, Carlisle, Iowa

Elected Officials present were Mayor Drew Merrifield and Council Members Eric Goodhue, Rob VanRyswyk, Dan McCulloch, and Doug Hammerand. Also present were City Administrator Andy Lent and City Clerk Martha Becker. Mayor Merrifield called the meeting to order at 6:30 pm.

The Pledge of Allegiance was recited.

COUNCIL ACTIONS

Motion by Goodhue, seconded by McCulloch to Approve Resolution 2018010201 A RESOLUTION PROVIDING FOR NOTICE OF INTENT TO FILL COUNCIL VACANCY BY APPOINTMENT. Motion carried unanimously on a roll call vote.

Motion by Van Ryswyk, seconded by Hammerand to approve setting day and time of regular council meetings on the 2nd & 4th Monday at 6:30 p.m. Motion carried unanimously on a roll call vote.

Motion by Hammerand, seconded by Goodhue to approve Resolution 2018010202 RESOLUTION NAMING DEPOSITORIES AND SETTING DEPOSITORY LIMITS designating official depositories Great Western Bank ($10,000,000), Peoples Savings Bank ($2,000,000), Iowa Public Agency Investment Trust [IPAIT] ($1,000,000), and Bankers Trust ($5,000,000). Motion carried unanimously on a roll call vote.

Motion by Goodhue, seconded by Van Ryswyk to approve Resolution 2018010203 RESOLUTION APPROVING INVESTMENT POLICY. Motion carried unanimously on a roll call vote.

Motion by Goodhue, seconded by McCulloch to approve Resolution 2018010204 RESOLUTION APPROVING PETTY CASH POLICY. Motion carried unanimously on a roll call vote.

Motion by Van Ryswyk, seconded by McCulloch to appoint Martha Becker as City Clerk. Motion carried unanimously on a roll call vote.

Motion by Goodhue, seconded by Hammerand to appoint Robert Stuyvesant as City Attorney. Motion carried unanimously on a roll call vote.

Motion by Van Ryswyk, seconded by McCulloch to appoint Laverne Thompson as Public Works Superintendent at annual salary of $65,000 effective 25 December 2017. Motion carried unanimously on a roll call vote.

Motion by Hammerand, seconded by Goodhue to consider approval of Resolution 2018010207 RESOLUTION TO APPOINT A MEMBER AND ALTERNATE MEMBER(S) TO THE WARREN COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT COMMISSION. (Members: Mayor Merrifield and Council Member Goodhue with Alternates Police Chief Koch and Fire Chief Glover). Motion carried unanimously on a roll call vote.

Motion by Hammerand, seconded by Van Ryswyk to consider approval of Resolution 2018010208 RESOLUTION TO APPOINT A MEMBER AND ALTERNATE MEMBER(S) TO THE WARREN COUNTY E911 SERVICE BOARD. (Police Chief Koch as member and Fire Chief Glover as alternate) Motion carried unanimously on a roll call vote.

Motion by Hammerand, seconded by Goodhue to consider Resolution 2018010205 RESOLUTION TO APPOINT A MEMBER AND ALTERNATE MEMBER(S) TO THE POLK COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT COMMISSION. (Members: Mayor Merrifield and Council Member Goodhue with Alternates Police Chief Koch and Fire Chief Glover) Motion carried unanimously on a roll call vote.

Motion by Hammerand, seconded by Goodhue to consider approval of Resolution 2018010206 RESOLUTION TO APPOINT A MEMBER AND ALTERNATE MEMBER(S) TO THE POLK COUNTY E911 SERVICE BOARD. (Police Chief Koch as member and Fire Chief Glover as alternate). Motion carried unanimously on a roll call vote.

Motion by Goodhue, seconded by Van Ryswyk to approve appointment of Dane Wright Planning and Zoning Commission for 5-year Term Ending 31 December 2022 pending acceptance. Motion carried unanimously on a roll call vote.

Motion by Hammerand, seconded by Van Ryswyk to approve appointment of Becky Peterson. to Planning and Zoning Commission for 5-year Term Ending 31 December 2022. Motion carried unanimously on a roll call vote.

Motion by Goodhue, seconded by McCulloch to approve appointment of Jerry Jones to Zoning Board of Adjustment for 5-year Term Ending 31 December 2022. Motion carried unanimously on a roll call vote.

Motion by McCulloch, seconded by Van Ryswyk to approve appointment of Robert Gray to Cemetery Board of Trustees for 5-year Term Ending 31 December 2022 pending acceptance. Motion carried unanimously on a roll call vote.

Motion by Hammerand seconded by Goodhue to set dates and times for FY2019 Budget Workshops as proposed: 8:00 AM, January 13, 2017 and 8:00 AM, January 27, 2017. Motion carried unanimously on a roll call vote.

Motion by Hammerand, seconded by Goodhue to Set Public Hearing at 6:30 PM on Monday, January 22, 2018, for Rezoning of 130 Pennsylvania from R-1 Single Family Residential to R-3, Multi-family Residential District. Motion carried unanimously on a roll call vote.

Discussion took place on a letter from Jim Sanders, Johnston City Administrator on behalf of Capital Crossroads Local Government Collaborative (LGC). Lent asked Council to share with him any ideas they may have for future collaboration in the metro area. 

Mayoral Actions:

Motion by McCulloch, seconded by Van Ryswyk to confirm Mayoral appointment of Matt Koch as Chief of Police. Motion carried unanimously on a roll call vote.

 

Mtion by Goodhue seconded by McCulloch to confirm Mayoral appointment of Cory Glover as Chief of Fire and Rescue. Motion carried unanimously on a roll call vote.

Mayor Merrifield stated that he is appointing Eric Goodhue as Mayor Pro-Tem.

Motion by Hammerand, seconded by Goodhue to approve the following liaison and representative appointments:

Mayor Merrifield

  • Departments: City Hall, Police, Fire and Rescue
  • Organizations: Warren County Economic Development Corporation, Metropolitan Advisory Council, MPO Bicycle-Pedestrian Roundtable, Mid-Iowa Association of Local Governments

Robert Van Ryswyk

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

Eric Goodhue

  • Departments: Streets, Sidewalks, and Storm Sewer
  • Organization: Carlisle School District Liaison

(Currently Vacant)

  • Departments: Water and Sanitary Sewer
  • Organizations: Alternate representative to Chamber Executive Committee

Doug Hammerand

  • Department: Library
  • Organizations: Central Iowa Regional Drinking Water Commission, Mayor’s Public Safety Policy Advisory Cabinet

 

Dan McCulloch

    • Department: Electric
    • Organization: Metropolitan Advisory Council Legislative Action Committee

 

ADJOURNMENT: Motion by Goodhue, second by McCulloch to adjourn at 7:00 PM, carried unanimously on a roll call vote.

________________________________

Drew Merrifield

Mayor

________________                ___

Martha Becker

City Clerk

Agenda, Carlisle City Council Organizational Meeting, January 2, 2018

CITY OF CARLISLE ORGANIZATIONAL CITY COUNCIL MEETING AGENDA

Tuesday, January 02, 2018; 6:30 PM

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

Council Packet_2 January 2018

CALL MEETING TO ORDER

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

COUNCIL ACTIONS

  1. Consider Approval of A RESOLUTION PROVIDING FOR NOTICE OF INTENT TO FILL COUNCIL VACANCY BY APPOINTMENT
  2. Consider Setting Day and Time of Regular Council Meetings
  3. Consider Approval of RESOLUTION NAMING DEPOSITORIES AND SETTING DEPOSITORY LIMITS
  4. Consider Approval of RESOLUTION ESTABLISHING INVESTMENT POLICY
  5. Consider Approval of RESOLUTION ESTABLISHING PETTY CASH POLICY
  6. Consider Appointment of Martha Becker as City Clerk
  7. Consider Appointment of Robert Stuyvesant as City Attorney
  8. Consider Appointment of Laverne Thompson as Public Works Superintendent at annual salary of $65,000 effective 25 December 2017
  9. Consider Approval of RESOLUTION TO APPOINT A MEMBER AND ALTERNATE MEMBER(S) TO THE WARREN COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT COMMISSION
  10. Consider Approval of RESOLUTION TO APPOINT A MEMBER AND ALTERNATE MEMBER(S) TO THE WARREN COUNTY E911 SERVICE BOARD
  11. Consider Approval of RESOLUTION TO APPOINT A MEMBER AND ALTERNATE MEMBER(S) TO THE POLK COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT COMMISSION
  12. Consider Approval of RESOLUTION TO APPOINT A MEMBER AND ALTERNATE MEMBER(S) TO THE POLK COUNTY E911 SERVICE BOARD
  13. Consider Appointment of Dane Wright to Carlisle Planning and Zoning Commission for 5-year Term Ending 31 December 2022. (Pending Acceptance)
  14. Consider Appointment of Becky Peterson to Carlisle Planning and Zoning Commission for 5-year Term Ending 31 December 2022.
  15. Consider Appointment of Jerry Jones to Zoning Board of Adjustment for 5-year Term Ending 31 December 2022.
  16. Consider Appointment of Robert Gray to Cemetery Board of Trustees for 5-year Term Ending 31 December 2022 (Pending Acceptance)
  17. Consider Setting Dates and Times for FY2019 Budget Workshops (proposed 8:00 AM, January 13, 2018 and 8:00 AM, January 27, 2018)
  18. Set Public Hearing at 6:30 PM on Monday, January 22, 2018, for Rezoning of 130 Pennsylvania from R-1 Single Family Residential to R-3, Mullti-family Residential
  19. Discussion of Letter from Jim Sanders, Johnston City Administrator on behalf of Capital Crossroads Local Government Collaborative (LGC)

MAYOR ACTIONS:

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

Drew Merrifield

  • Departments: City Hall, Police, Fire and Rescue
  • Organizations: Warren County Economic Development Corporation, Metropolitan Advisory Council, MPO Bicycle-Pedestrian Roundtable, Mid-Iowa Association of Local Governments

Robert Van Ryswyk

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

Dan McCulloch

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

(Currently Vacant)

  • Departments: Water and Sanitary Sewer
  • Organizations: Alternate representative to Chamber Executive Committee

Doug Hammerand

  • Department: Library
  • Organizations: Central Iowa Regional Drinking Water Commission, Mayor’s Public Safety Policy Advisory Cabinet

Eric Goodhue

  • Department: Electric
  • Organization: Carlisle School District Liaison

 

ADJOURMENT

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