Registration is now open for Babysitting Course. Forms can be found at Carlisle City Hall Monday through Friday 8am to 5pm. Questions can be directed to Ronda at firstname.lastname@example.org
Registration fee is $21 resident/$24 Non-resident
Friday, December 27th 9am – 4pm. Lunch Provided
Registration Deadline -December 16
Stop by Carlisle City Hall to purchase!
DISCLAIMER: All defendants are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law
On 10/21/19 an incident of burglary was reported in the 200 block of South 1st Street.
On 10/21/19 Johnny Murphy, 18, of Des Moines was arrested for harassment 3rd in the 400 block of Highland Place. Murphy was cited and summoned to appear.
On 10/21/19 an incident of assault was reported in the area of Park Street and Railroad Street.
On 10/22/19 a juvenile male was referred to juvenile court in the 300 block of Scotch Ridge Road for Harassment 1st. Information was taken and a report made.
On 10/22/19 Spencer Fitzpatrick, 20, of Fort Dodge was arrested in the area of Highway 5 and 165th Place for Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, Controlled Substance Violation, Failure to Provide Security Against Liability, Possession of Controlled Substance- 2nd Offense (X2), Operating While Intoxicated- 1st Offense, Operating a Non-Registered Vehicle and Failure to Affix Drug Tax Stamp. Fitzpatrick was taken into custody and transported to the Warren County Sheriff’s Office.
On 10/23/19 a vehicle driven by Sandra Knode, 44, of Carlisle struck a vehicle driven by Melehna Phanthavong, 17, of Carlisle in the area of Highway 5 and Scotch Ridge Road. Knode was cited for Failure to Yield Half of Roadway when Meeting a Vehicle. Information was taken and a report forwarded to the Department of Transportation.
On 10/23/19 an incident of criminal mischief was reported in the 15000 block of Highway 5. Information was taken and a report made.
On 10/23/19 a vehicle driven by Tyler Deal, 15, of Carlisle struck a vehicle driven by Caylin Furnal, 15, of Carlisle in the area of 4th Street and Main Street. Deal with cited with Failure to Yield from Stop/Yield Sign. Information was taken and a report forward to the Department of Transportation.
On 10/24/19 an incident of harassment was reported in the 300 block of Scotch Ridge Road.
On 10/24/19 an incident of assault was reported in the 400 block of School Street. Information was taken and a report made.
On 10/24/19 a fight in progress was reported in the 300 block of Scotch Ridge Road. Information was taken and a report made.
On 10/25/19 an incident of harassment was reported in the 300 block of Scotch Ridge Road. Information was taken and a report made.
On 10/25/19 an incident of disturbing the peace and quiet was reported in the area of Park Street and Railroad Street.
Many great things to do in Carlisle this weekend!
Be sure to check out the Community Calendar! We will be posting activities and events that are scheduled in our community.
Click on the Calendar and then click on Categories to switch to Community Events.
CITY OF CARLISLE
Monday, September 23, 2019 6:30 P.M
Carlisle City Hall Council Chamber, 195 N. 1st St.
The following agenda items will be considered:
CALL MEETING TO ORDER
PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
Financial/Bonding Update (Susanne Gerlach)
Employee Recognition (Mayor Merrifield)
CONSENT AGENDA & POSSIBLE ACTION (Council may pull any item on consent agenda for separate action)
APPROVAL OF BILLS PAYABLE, CHANGE ORDERS AND PAY REQUESTS
(Participants are asked to use podium and state name and address. Comments limited to 3 min)
OLD AND NEW BUSINESS & POSSIBLE ACTION
Discussion and Possible Action on Site Plan for Parking Lot Specialties at 1054 150th Avenue
Discussion and Possible Action on Plat of Survey for Parcel “X” and Parcel “Y” in the W 1/2 of SE¼ of Section 23, Township 77 North, Range 23 West, Warren County, Iowa
Discussion and Possible Action on Supplying Avon Water
Consider Approval of AN ORDINANCE AMENDING PROVISIONS PERTAINING TO STOP OR YIELD REQUIREMENTS
Approval of RESOLUTION APPROVING FY2019 STREET FINANCE REPORT
CITY ADMINISTRATOR REPORT
MAYOR AND COUNCIL REPORTS
CITY ATTORNEY REPORT
UPCOMING MEETINGS AND EVENTS
Fire Banquet – October 5 at 5:30 p.m.
Discussion of Casey’s Access Road (Closed Session Pursuant to Iowa Code Section 21.5[c])
Call for Possible Action
Discussion of Access Road Extension (Closed Session Pursuant to Iowa Code Section 21.5[c])
Call for Possible Action
Discussion of Ombudsman Request (Closed Session Pursuant to Iowa Code Section 21.5[c])
Call for Possible Action
** PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS AGENDA MAY CHANGE UP TO 24 HOURS PRIOR TO THE MEETING **
2019 Asphalt Paving Projects
Public works staff worked on developing a plan for asphalt paving for the 2019 season. They contacted Central Asphalt Paving and received a quote back for 5 sections of street within Carlisle. The following projects were presented to Council and approved for paving for the 2019 season (clicking on links will provide a map of the area):
It is expected that the paving crew will be in town to complete the work starting on Monday, August 19 through the next two weeks.
The tentative plan is to complete the Cemetery on Monday and then start the parking lot on Tuesday. Once those are complete, the crew will likely complete Cole Street and then assess the timing and finalize the plan complete the other two streets. Due to manpower and weather, the tentative schedule is somewhat fluid. We encourage those interested in the projects to pay attention to our website and Facebook page, City of Carlisle, Iowa, for more details as they develop.
City staff including public works and the police departments will be working with Central Asphalt to close streets and the parking lots accordingly to ensure as little impact to citizens and the business community. In working with the contractor, it is expected that half of the street being paved will be open to traffic during the work. They also noted that if paving has been completed in front of your property and you need access to your driveway, you can drive over the asphalt in a limited capacity. If there are any issues, you are encouraged to call City Hall at 515-989-3224 as soon as possible so they can be addressed.
I would like to note that the funding sources for the cemetery paving and the parking lot paving are different than those used for paving of regular streets. This means that money used for those projects would not have been used to pave other streets if those projects had not been approved. With around 22 miles of roads to maintain and monitor for repairs and improvements, prioritizing repairs to fit within budget constraints can be a very difficult task. Elected officials and staff will be working on updating our capital improvement plan in the upcoming year to help encourage transparency in the repair planning process.
Tommy Thompson, Public Works Superintendent
The Carlisle 4th of July Parade will begin tomorrow at 9:30 AM. The parade will line up along Garfield Street and travel from School Street- 1st Street, 1st Street- Market Street, Market Street- Lindhardt Street, Lindhardt Street- School Street and will end at Wildcat Way. We ask that all vehicles be removed from the parade route by 8:00 AM tomorrow morning to allow for a successful parade celebration. Vehicles that are not removed may be subject to ticketing or impound. Thank you for your cooperation!