October 24, 2016 Council Minutes

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COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS
October 24, 2016

The Oelwein City Council met in regular session Monday, October 245, 2016. Mayor Sherrets called the meeting to order at 6:00 P.M.

Roll Call PRESENT: B Weber, Christensen, Stickel, Milks, M Weber, Cantrell
ABSENT: None
ALSO PRESENT: Rigdon, Mulfinger, Dillon

Adopt Agenda A motion was made by B. Weber, seconded by Stickel to adopt the agenda as is. All voted aye.
Motion Carried

10 Yr Service Award Mayor Sherrets presented 10 Year Service Award to Library Director Susan Macken.

Proclamation Manufacturing Day Proclamation was presented to Sandy Magsamen and Dorothy Wehling.

Citizen Larry Lauer, 405 4th Avenue NE stated the south railroad tracks are rough to drive over and would like the city to repair them. Mulfinger stated the tracks are property of Transco and the city has contacted them twice.

Consent Agenda A motion was made by M. Weber, seconded by Stickel to approve the following Consent Agenda items:

A. Approval of the minutes of the October 10, 2016 regular Council Meeting
B. Claims Resolution in the amount of $661,278.26
C. Class ‘E’ Liquor License, Class ‘C’ Beer and Sunday Sales renewal for Super Mart
D. Payment to Iowa Northern Railway Co. in the amount of $11,206.50 for work completed on West Charles Street Viaduct Rehabilitation Project
E. Payment to Fox Engineering in the amount of $3,480.00 for work completed on Oelwein Industrial Park 3rd Addition – Utility Improvements
F. Payment to Fox Engineering in the amount of $5,000.00 for work completed on Charles Street Water Main Improvements
G. Payment to Fox Engineering in the amount of $41,698.88 for work completed on Oelwein Industrial Park 3rd Addition – RISE Improvements
H. Payment to Crawford Engineering in the amount of $152.00 for work completed on West Charles Street Viaduct Project

All voted aye.
Motion Carried

Mid-State Sanitation City Attorney Dillon spoke regarding the hearing on Mid-State Sanitation Services, Inc. haulers permit. The new owner of Mid-State Sanitation is now Environmental Services and he stated he does not represent Mid-State Sanitation. No one from Mid-State Sanitation was present at the hearing. Dillon presented a copy of Fayette County Solid Waste Management Commission meeting minutes indicating that Mid-State Sanitation permit to dump in Fayette County has been terminated. Under City Code license revocation section 16-24 section A sub paragraph 2-3 states not having a permit to dump at Fayette County Landfill would be cause for revocation of Oelwein’s haulers license that was permitted to Mid-State Sanitation. Council needs to decide if they are going to revoke Mid-State Sanitations haulers permit and for how long. The new owner, Environmental Services, is it’s own legal entity and can apply to the city for a haulers permit.

Stickel inquired if the new hauler met all legal requirements to be permitted with the city. Attorney Dillon stated there should be no interruption of service and the trash should be picked up.

A motion was made by M. Weber, seconded by Cantrell to suspend Mid-State Sanitation Services, Inc. haulers permit immediately. All voted aye.
Motion Carried

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A motion was made by Milks, seconded by B. Weber to suspend Mid-State Sanitation Services, Inc. haulers permit for a 30 day term as recommended by Attorney Dillon. All voted aye.
Motion Carried

Public Hearing A motion was made by Cantrell, seconded by Milks to open Public Hearing on
Charles Street Charles Street Water Main Improvement Project.
Water Main
Ayes: B. Weber, Christensen, Stickel, Milks, M. Weber, Cantrell
Nays: None
Motion Carried

John Gade from Fox Engineering is project manager and spoke about the project. This project is the removal of 900 ft. of a 6” old cast iron water main across the railroad system. Traffic will be rerouted for a short period of time once the trenchless construction begins.

A motion was made by B. Weber, seconded by Stickel to close the hearing.

Ayes: B. Weber, Christensen, Stickel, Milks, M. Weber, Cantrell
Nays: None
Motion Carried

Resolution #4926 A motion was made by M. Weber, seconded by Milks to adopt Resolution No. 4926 Approving Bidding Requirements, Contract Documents, and Estimate of Cost for the Charles Street Water Main Improvements Project.

Ayes: B. Weber, Christensen, Stickel, Milks, M. Weber, Cantrell
Nays: None
Motion Carried

Gade stated five bids were received.

Ricklefs Excavating, Anamosa, Iowa $165,000.00
Synergy Contracting, Bondurant, Iowa $156,295.00
Lodge Construction, Clarksville, Iowa $143,790.00
GM Contracting, Crystal Lake, Minnesota $218,325.46
Summers’ Enterprise, Inc., Masonville, Iowa $122,770.00

The engineers estimate is $193,665.75. He recommended the bid be awarded to low bidder Summers’ Enterprise, Inc in the amount of $122,770.00. The city has had some timeline issues with Summers in the past but have worked through it. Gade stated his quality of work is good and is currently a contractor for East Penn construction, but didn’t thinking working at East Penn and for the City water main project would cause any timing issues. The city has not received the Iowa Department of Natural Resources Water Construction permit that was applied for over a month ago but anticipates getting it at any time. A variance issue is being addressed.

Resolution #4927 A motion was made by B. Weber, seconded by Milks to adopt Resolution No. 4927 Awarding Contract for Public Improvements, Authorizing Execution of Contract and Authorizing Execution of Notice of Award for the Charles Street Water Main Improvements Project.

Ayes: B. Weber, Christensen, Stickel, Milks, M. Weber, Cantrell
Nays: None
Motion Carried

Public Hearing A motion was made by Cantrell, seconded by Christensen to open the Public Hearing on 20th Street Lift Station Improvements Project.

Ayes: B. Weber, Christensen, Stickel, Milks, M. Weber, Cantrell
Nays: None
Motion Carried

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John Gade, Fox Engineering informed council the 20th Street Lift Station Improvement project consists of replacing piping, pumps, guide rails, lid and platform to increase pumping capacity.

A motion was made by M. Weber, seconded by Stickel to close the hearing.

Ayes: B. Weber, Christensen, Stickel, Milks, M. Weber, Cantrell
Nays: None
Motion Carried

Resolution #4928 A motion was made by Milks, seconded by Cantrell to adopt Resolution No. 4928 Approving Bidding Requirements, Contract Documents, and Estimate of Cost for the 20th Street Lift Station Improvements Project. All voted aye.
Motion Carried

Gade stated seven bids were received:

Synergy Contracting, Bondurant, Iowa $296,000.00
Winona Mechanical, Winona, Minnesota $274,436.00
Blazek Corporation, Lawler, Iowa $365,700.00
Denver Underground, Denver, Iowa $301,000.00
Tschiggfrie Excavating, Dubuque, Iowa $381,279.85
Summers’ Enterprise, Masonville, Iowa $251,090.10
Ricklefs Excavating, Anamosa, Iowa $277,500.00

The engineers estimate is $202,000.00. The major difference between low bid $251,090 and engineers estimate of $202,000 is electrical costs and we can lower amps to save cost and/or remove fencing. Summers’ also included items not in specs. Total reduction in savings could be $10-15,000. Gade recommends awarding the bid to the low bidder Summers’ Enterprise, Inc. in the amount of $251,090.00.

Resolution #4929 A motion was made by M. Weber, seconded by B. Weber to adopt Resolution No. 4929 Awarding Contract for Public Improvements, Authorizing Execution of Contract, and Authorizing Execution of Notice of Award for the 20th Street Lift Station Improvements Project.

Ayes: B. Weber, Christensen, Stickel, Milks, M. Weber, Cantrell
Nays: None
Motion Carried

WWTP Nutrient A motion was made by B. Weber, seconded by Cantrell to approve signatures on
Reduction Task Order No. 2003-16A with Fox Engineering for WWTP Nutrient Reduction Strategy in the amount of $9,850.00. All voted aye.
Motion Carried

Resolution #4930 A motion was made by B. Weber, seconded by Cantrell to adopt Resolution No. 4930 Obligating funds from the Urban Renewal Tax Revenue Fund for appropriation to the payment of annual appropriation tax increment financed obligations which shall come due in the next succeeding fiscal year – Forsyth Management Company, LLC/Quality Plus Mfg. Inc.

Ayes: B. Weber, Christensen, Stickel, Milks, M. Weber, Cantrell
Nays: None
Motion Carried

Resolution #4931 A motion was made by B. Weber, seconded by M. Weber to adopt Resolution No. 4931 Obligating funds from the Urban Renewal Tax Revenue Fund for appropriation to the payment of annual appropriation tax increment financed obligations which shall come due in the next succeeding fiscal year – Motorcycles Midwest, Inc./Dean’s Honda.

Ayes: B. Weber, Christensen, Stickel, Milks, M. Weber, Cantrell
Nays: None
Motion Carried

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Resolution #4932 A motion was made by Milks, seconded by Stickel to adopt Resolution No. 4932 on Interfund Transfers.

Ayes: B. Weber, Christensen, Stickel, Milks, M. Weber, Cantrell
Nays: None
Motion Carried

City Attorney Dillon recommends two changes to the city code.

Chapter 16 Article II Collections
Recently, the City of Oelwein has been dealing with the possibility of pulling a hauling permit from a hauler in Oelwein. The Oelwein Municipal Code does not specifically state that a garbage hauler can loser their hauling permit if they do not dump waste in the Fayette County Landfill. If council wants to change city code, Section 1. Chapter amended. Chapter 16 section 24 of license revocation on page 227 of the code of ordinances of the city of Oelwein, Iowa, shall be amended to add as follows:
16-24. License revocation.
A.
4. If the licensee has had permit to dump at Fayette County Landfill revoked or suspended. Under this reason for suspension, the revocation is immediate without further notice or opportunity to be heard
Council has also discussed the possibility of restricting hours of garbage haulers. City Council can add language to Chapter 16 Article II Collections that restricts collection to a set time during the day. This part of the code would be added near the end of Collections.

Chapter 19 Article II Dogs and Cats
The City of Oelwein has dealt with two instances this summer where domesticated rabbits were involved in a vicious dog hearing. If council wants to change city code, Chapter 19 Section 26 of Definitions on page 276 of the Code of Ordinances of the City of Oelwein, Iowa, can be amended to add as follows:
19-26. Definitions. Definitions for Animal Ordinances are contained in Section 19-26 of this Code of Ordinances. Additional particulars relating to Definitions are the following:
6. “Domestic Animal” means only a dog, cat or horse being used in a parade or other public function.
Sherrets wants confirmation that roll offs are dumped at Fayette Co. even though they may not be a city permitted hauler.

Community Develop. Mulfinger presented three items to council for approval of the following
And Housing Needs 1) Community Development and Housing Needs of Low to Moderate
Assessment Income Persons, 2) Other Community Development and Housing Needs 3) Planned or Potential Activities to address Housing and Community Needs.

Resolution #4933 A motion was made by B. Weber, seconded by Cantrell to adopt Resolution No. 4933 approving Oelwein’s Community Development and Housing Needs Assessment.

Ayes: B. Weber, Christensen, Stickel, Milks, M. Weber, Cantrell
Nays: None
Motion Carried

Set Public Hearing on A motion was made by Milks, seconded by Cantrell to set November 14, 2016 at
CDBG Grant App. 6:00 P.M. for Public Hearing on CDBG Grant Application. All voted aye.
Motion Carried

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Resolution #4934 A motion was made by Stickel, seconded by M. Weber to adopt Resolution No. 4934 authorizing the Mayor to enter into an agreement with Fayette County for repairs on a section of road and culvert on Outer/Eastline Road North not to exceed $25,000.

Ayes: B. Weber, Christensen, Stickel, Milks, M. Weber, Cantrell
Nays: None
Motion Carried

Unbudgeted repairs to culvert to be paid from Road Use Tax.

Airport Meeting Stickel presented the October Airport Board meeting minutes. Discussion on 2017-18 Budget, replacing vs. repairing the hangar and security cameras. There are two vacancies on the Airport Board. Contact Sherrets if interested.

Library Meeting Christensen presented the October Library Board meeting minutes. Northeast Iowa Charitable Foundation gave the Library $1,000 from Jim Ridihalgh retire Board member. Proposed 2017-18 budget was discussed. Roof repairs are finished and Cedar Valley Seamless was hired to repair gutters.

Zoning Board of A motion was made by Stickel, seconded by Cantrell to approve the
Adjustment Mayors appointment of Paul Ryan to the Zoning Board of Adjustment. All voted aye.
Motion Carried

City Attorney reported he is working on eight Zoning Ordinance Violations that are set for initial appearance, two set for sentencing, one is being contested, one condemnation is in process of being filed and a new commercial property that will be filed shortly.

Mulfinger thanked high school students for coming to the city council meeting and being a part of their community.

Milks sends out a thank you to volunteers for helping plant 23 trees at Veterans Sports Complex.

Adjourn A motion was made by Milks, seconded by M. Weber to adjourn at 6:43 P.M. All voted aye.
Motion Carried

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PEGGY SHERRETS, MAYOR

ATTEST:

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DYLAN MULFINGER, CITY ADMINISTRATOR

I, Dylan Mulfinger, City Administrator in and for the City of Oelwein, Iowa do hereby certify that the above and foregoing is a true accounting of the Council Proceedings held October 24, 2016 and copy of said proceedings was furnished to the Register October 27, 2016.

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DYLAN MULFINGER, CITY ADMINISTRATOR

October 24, 2016 Agenda

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AGENDA

Oelwein City Council Monday, October 24, 2016
Oelwein, Iowa 6:00 P.M.

1. Pledge of Allegiance

2. Call to Order

3. Roll Call
Peggy Sherrets
Ben Weber Lou Ann Milks
Darin Christensen Matt Weber
Kevin Stickel Renee Cantrell

4. Additions or Deletions

5. Presentation of 10 Year Service Award to Library Director Susan Macken

6. Manufacturing Day Proclamation

7. Citizens

8. Consent Agenda

A. Approval of the minutes of the October 10, 2016 regular Council Meeting
B. Claims Resolution
C. Consideration of a Class ‘E’ Liquor License, Class ‘C’ Beer and Sunday Sales renewal for Super Mart
D. Consideration of Payment to Iowa Northern Railway Co. in the amount of $11,206.50 for work completed on West Charles Street Viaduct Rehabilitation Project
E. Consideration of Payment to Fox Engineering in the amount of $3,480.00 for work completed on Oelwein Industrial Park 3rd Addition – Utility Improvements
F. Consideration of Payment to Fox Engineering in the amount of $5,000.00 for work completed on Charles Street Water Main Improvements
G. Consideration of Payment to Fox Engineering in the amount of $41,698.88 for work completed on Oelwein Industrial Park 3rd Addition – RISE Improvements
H. Consideration of Payment to Crawford Engineering in the amount of $152.00 for work completed on West Charles Street Viaduct Project

9. Hearing on Mid-State Sanitation Services, Inc. Haulers Permit

10. Public Hearing on Charles Street Water Main Improvement Project

11. Consideration of a Resolution Approving Bidding Requirements, Contract Documents, and Estimate of Cost for the Charles Street Water Main Improvements Project

12. Review recommendation of award and bid results for the Charles Street Water Main Improvements Project

13. Consideration of a Resolution Awarding Contract for Public Improvements, Authorizing Execution of Contract and Authorizing Execution of Notice of Award for the Charles Street Water Main Improvements Project

14. Public Hearing on 20th Street Lift Station Improvements Project

15. Consideration of a Resolution Approving Bidding Requirements, Contract Documents, and Estimate of Cost for the 20th Street Lift Station Improvements Project

16. Review recommendation of award and bid results for the 20th Street Lift Station Improvements Project

17. Consideration of a Resolution Awarding Contract for Public Improvements, Authorizing Execution of Contract, and Authorizing Execution of Notice of Award for the 20th Street Lift Station Improvements Project

18. Consideration of a motion approving signatures on Task Order No. 2003-16A with Fox Engineering for WWTP Nutrient Reduction Strategy in the amount of $9,850.00

19. Consideration of a Resolution Obligating funds from the Urban Renewal Tax Revenue Fund for appropriation to the payment of annual appropriation tax increment financed obligations which shall come due in the next succeeding fiscal year – Forsyth Management Company, LLC/Quality Plus Mfg. Inc.

20. Consideration of a Resolution Obligating funds from the Urban Renewal Tax Revenue Fund for appropriation to the payment of annual appropriation tax increment financed obligations which shall come due in the next succeeding fiscal year – Motorcycles Midwest, Inc./Dean’s Honda

21. Consideration of a Resolution on Interfund Transfers

22. Discussion on City Ordinance Chapter 19, Section 26, Article II Dogs and Cats and Chapter 16, Section 24, Haulers License Revocation

23. Review of Community Development and Housing Needs Assessment

24. Consideration of a Resolution approving Oelwein’s Community Development and Housing Needs Assessment

25. Consideration of a motion to set November 14, 2016 for Public Hearing on CDBG Grant Application

26. Consideration of a Resolution authorizing the Mayor to enter into an agreement with Fayette County for repairs on a section of road and culvert on Outer/Eastline Road North not to exceed $25,000

27. Report from Kevin Stickel on October Airport Board Meeting

28. Report from Darin Christensen on October Library Board Meeting

29. Mayor’s Report

A. Consideration of the appointment of Paul Ryan to the Zoning Board of Adjustment

30. City Attorney’s Report

31. City Administrator’s Report

A. Administrator’s Memo

32. Old Business

33. New business

34. Adjournment

Following Adjournment the City Council will meet in a Work Session with OCAD

October 10, 2016 Council Minutes

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COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS
October 10, 2016

The Oelwein City Council met in regular session Monday, October 10, 2016. Mayor Sherrets called the meeting to order at 6:00 P.M.

Roll Call PRESENT: B Weber, Christensen, Stickel, Milks, M Weber, Cantrell
ABSENT: None
ALSO PRESENT: Rigdon, Mulfinger, Dillon

Adopt Agenda A motion was made by Cantrell, seconded by Stickel to adopt the agenda as amended. All voted aye.
Motion Carried

15 yr Service Award Mayor Sherrets presented a jacket to Utility Employee Tim Weber for 15 years of service with the City.

Consent Agenda A motion was made by M. Weber, seconded by Milks to approve the following Consent Agenda items:

A. Approval of the minutes of the September 26, 2016 regular Council Meeting
B. Approval of the minutes of the October 4, 2016 special Council Meeting
C. Class ‘E’ Liquor License renewal for Fareway Stores, Inc. #412
D. Request from OCAD to close portions of Frederick and Charles Streets on Friday, December 2, 2016 from 2:00 – 9:00 P.M. for Olde Tyme Christmas
E. Change Order No. 3 to CJ Moyna & Sons in the amount of $20,286.60 for Oelwein Industrial Park 3rd Addition Public Improvements
F. Pay Request No. 3 to CJ Moyna & Sons in the amount of $259,582.75 for work completed on Oelwein Industrial Park 3rd Addition Public Improvements
G. Motion approving the purchase of a Decanter Actuator for the Wastewater Treatment Plant in the amount of $5,400.00 from Xylem Water Solutions

All voted aye.
Motion Carried

Mid-State Sanitation City Attorney updated Council regard the hearing on Mid-State Sanitation
Services, Inc. Services, Inc. hauling license because Fayette County Landfill Board sent a letter to the City informing them Mid-State Sanitations license has been revoked for violating their hauling permit. Mid-State is contesting with Landfill Board and is up for review next Tuesday. What is decided there will follow through at the City.

Resolution #4924 A motion was made by Stickel, seconded by Cantrell to adopt Resolution #4924 Approving Improvements on Oelwein City Hall in the amount of $79,500 for HVAC Improvements.
Ayes: B. Weber, Christensen, Stickel, Milks, M. Weber, Cantrell
Nays: None
Motion Carried

Resolution #4925 A motion was made by Milks, seconded by B. Weber to adopt Resolution No. 4925 Approving the Disposal of Surplus City-Owned Equipment.
Ayes: B. Weber, Christensen, Stickel, Milks, M. Weber, Cantrell
Nays: None
Motion Carried

Mayor requested Mulfinger look into three complaints she received regarding downtown handicap parking, 1st Street SE unmarked intersection, 200 block 12th Avenue NE street asphalt dropped.

City Attorney Dillon reported he has four nuisance abatements set for sentencing in the next two weeks, four new cases on file of which three are abatement issues and one disorderly conduct, also processing lien search on an abandoned building.

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Mayor shared the Cedar Falls rental inspection code article listed in the Courier.

Work Session City Council and OCAD will meet following the October 24, 2016 regular council meeting to have a shared work session to discuss city and chamber goals.

Fall Cleanup The 53rd Annual Fall Cleanup is Saturday, October 15, 2016 8:00 A.M. – Noon. Items being accepted can be seen on www.cityofoelwein.org website.

Milks requested Mulfinger to follow up why the demolition of 206 South Frederick has not started.

Stickel requested Mulfinger investigate issues with the water drainage on south side of 1st Street & 7th Avenue NW and also 6th Avenue and 1st Street NW storm drain cave-in.

M. Weber requested the code set hours for garbage haulers within the city limits.

Adjourn A motion was made by Milks, seconded by M. Weber to adjourn at 6:18 P.M. All voted aye.
Motion Carried

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PEGGY SHERRETS, MAYOR

ATTEST:

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DYLAN MULFINGER, CITY ADMINISTRATOR

I, Dylan Mulfinger, City Administrator in and for the City of Oelwein, Iowa do hereby certify that the above and foregoing is a true accounting of the Council Proceedings held October 10, 2016 and copy of said proceedings was furnished to the Register October 12, 2016.

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DYLAN MULFINGER, CITY ADMINISTRATOR

October 10, 2016 Agenda

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AGENDA

Oelwein City Council Monday, October 10, 2016
Oelwein, Iowa 6:00 P.M.

1. Pledge of Allegiance

2. Call to Order

3. Roll Call
Peggy Sherrets
Ben Weber Lou Ann Milks
Darin Christensen Matt Weber
Kevin Stickel Renee Cantrell

4. Additions or Deletions

5. Presentation of 15 Year Service Award to Utility Department Employee Tim Weber

6. Citizens

7. Consent Agenda

A. Approval of the minutes of the September 26, 2016 regular Council Meeting
B. Approval of the minutes of the October 4, 2016 special Council Meeting
C. Consideration of a Class ‘E’ Liquor License renewal for Fareway Stores, Inc. #412
D. Consideration of a request from OCAD to close portions of Frederick and Charles Streets on Friday, December 2, 2016 from 2:00 – 9:00 P.M. for Olde Tyme Christmas
E. Consideration of Change Order No. 3 to CJ Moyna & Sons in the amount of $20,286.60 for Oelwein Industrial Park 3rd Addition Public Improvements
F. Consideration of Pay Request No. 3 to CJ Moyna & Sons in the amount of $259,582.75 for work completed on Oelwein Industrial Park 3rd Addition Public Improvements
G. Consideration of a motion approving the purchase of a Decanter Actuator for the Wastewater Treatment Plant in the amount of $5,400.00 from Xylem Water Solutions

8. Hearing on Mid-State Sanitation Services, Inc. Hauling License

9. Consideration of a Resolution Approving Improvements on Oelwein City Hall in the Amount of $79,500 for HVAC Improvements

10. Consideration of a Resolution Approving the Disposal of Surplus City-Owned Equipment

11. Mayor’s Report

12. City Attorney’s Report

13. City Administrator’s Report

A. Administrator’s Memo

14. Old Business

15. New business

16. Adjournment

Work Session on “City Property” will follow the Council Meeting

October 4, 2016 Council Minutes

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COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS
October 4, 2016

The Oelwein City Council met in special session Tuesday, October 4, 2016. Mayor Sherrets called the meeting to order at 5:30 P.M.

Roll Call PRESENT: Christensen, Stickel, Milks, Cantrell
ABSENT: B. Weber, M. Weber
ALSO PRESENT: Mulfinger

American Legion A motion was made by Christensen, seconded by Milks to approve a Class ‘C’ Liquor License and Sunday Sales renewal for American Legion Ross Reid Post #9. All voted aye.
Motion Carried

Mulfinger stated that a $300 council fee and a $50.00 administrative fee would be assessed.

Adjourn A motion was made by Cantrell seconded by Stickel to adjourn at 5:36 P.M. All voted aye.
Motion Carried

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PEGGY SHERRETS, MAYOR

ATTEST:

___________________________________________________
DYLAN MULFINGER, CITY ADMINISTRATOR

I, Dylan Mulfinger, City Administrator in and for the City of Oelwein, Iowa do hereby certify that the above and foregoing is a true accounting of the Council Proceedings held October 4, 2016 and copy of said proceedings was furnished to the Register October 5, 2016.

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DYLAN MULFINGER, CITY ADMINISTRATOR

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