September 25, 2017 Council Minutes

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COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS
September 25, 2017

The Oelwein City Council met in regular session Monday, September 25, 2017. 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: Mulfinger, Rigdon, Dillon

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

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

A. Motion approving September 11,, 2017 regular council minutes
B. Claims Resolution in the amount of $368,860.60
C. New Class ‘C’ Liquor and Class ‘B’ Native Wine Permit for Valone’s

All voted aye.
Motion Carried

Public Hearing on Mayor opened Public Hearing on the Designation of the Oelwein Residential
Oelwein Revitalization Revitalization Area and the Adoption of a Plan for Residential Property Tax
Area Abatement. No comments were received.

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

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

Resolution #4995 A motion was made by Stickel, seconded by M. Weber to adopt Resolution
Intent Oelwein No. 4995 Stating the intentions of the Oelwein City Council with regard
Residential to the designation of the Oelwein Residential Revitalization Area and
Revitalization Area the Proposed Plan.

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

Industrial Park John Gade, Fox Engineering informed council the punch list was taken
3rd Addition care of and the project was completed satisfactorily. The release of
Improvements the 5% retainage pay request #7 $94,078.83 can be made 30 days after acceptance of the project.

Change Order #6 A motion was made by B. Weber, seconded by Milks to approve Change Order No. 6 in the amount of $-24,482.47 from CJ Moyna & Sons, Inc. for work completed on Oelwein Industrial Park 3rd Addition Public Improvements Plan. All voted aye.
Motion Carried

Pay Request No. 6 A motion was made by Cantrell, seconded by Milks to approve Pay Application No. 6 in the amount of $143,791.12 to CJ Moyna & Sons, Inc. for work completed on Oelwein Industrial Park 3rd Addition Public Improvements Plan. All voted aye.
Motion Carried

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Pay Request No. 7 A motion was made by Stickel, seconded by Christensen to approve Pay Application No. 7 in the amount of $94,078.83 to CJ Moyna & Sons, Inc. for work completed on Oelwein Industrial Park 3rd Addition Public Improvements Plan. All voted aye.
Motion Carried

Final Completion A motion was made by Cantrell, seconded by B. Weber to authorize signatures on Engineer’s Statement of Final Completion for Oelwein Industrial Park 3rd Addition Improvements Plan. All voted aye.
Motion Carried

Fox Eng. Task Order A motion was made by Stickel, seconded by Cantrell to authorize signatures
1022-17A on Fox Engineering Task Order No. 1022-17A for Old Road Paving
Old Road Paving Improvements. All voted aye.
Motion Carried

Resolution #4996 A motion was made by B. Weber, seconded by Cantrell to adopt Resolution
Temp Closure No. 4996 Authorizing Temporary Closure of Public Ways or Grounds for Oelwein Community Schools Homecoming Festivities.

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

Resolution #4997 A motion was made by Stickel, seconded by B. Weber to adopt Resolution
RUT Report No. 4997 Approved 20165-2017 City Street Financial Report.

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

Set Public Hearing A motion was made by Stickel, seconded by Milks to set Public Hearing for 6:00
1104 West Charles P.M. on October 9, 2017 on Proposed Sale of City Property located at 1104 West Charles. All voted aye.
Motion Carried

Oelwein Comm Utility Director, Vic Kane stated the Oelwein Healthcare Foundation would pay
Healthcare Foundation to run utilities to their building but the city would need to upsize the pipe line
Upsized utilities at an estimated $5.00 foot for a total not to exceed $353,000. We would use reserves from Water Department since this is not a budgeted item informed Mulfinger.

Christensen stated one property owner is unsure about going through his property.

A motion was made by B. Weber the upsize provided the Oelwein Healthcare Foundation provide a timeline and financials that support the plan. The motion was seconded by Stickel. All voted aye.
Motion Carried

Council discussion on possible consideration of Economic Development Incentives for the Oelwein Community Healthcare Foundation. Matt Stewart requested the city waive the estimated $10,000 building permit fee and reduce the cost of utility pricing for their organization.

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Stewart updated council on the project. Estimated sewer and water cost $134,000 for 1800 ft of line to their facility. Dirt work starts this week to level the sight by an Anamosa contractor. Concrete work went to a local contractor. The rest of the bid decision will be in two weeks. The Foundation hired an Executive Director. October 12 will be the ground breaking ceremony. The Foundation wants to keep Oelweins Healthcare graduates in the Oelwein area.

Stickel said this is a big decision and can’t decide now without additional information.

Cantrell wants the same to happen now as in the past. B. Weber and Milks agreed.

B. Weber requested to see their funding plan. No offer was made to share this information. He also stated private investors can invest how they want but city council represents tax payer money.

It was council consensus to table this item until more information can be presented.

Park & Rec Mtg. Cantrell reported on September Park & Recreation Commission meeting. A photography fee for Rec program was discussed. Street tree inventory is being created listing species, trunk diameter, bark & leaf condition and wire interference. This will help create more diversification in their supply and identify all the ash trees.

Trails Committee created a Master Trails Plan for the city with their envisioned trails extensions.

Tree Board is creating a tree policy that would help staff decide when they do or do not remove street trees.

Campground has record number of campers this year.

Flag Football and Soccer programs have started. Co-ed softball is ending their season with a tournament. Pickle ball is a new sport to aid senior citizens. Women’s volleyball starts in October.

Library Board Mtg. Christensen reported on September Library Board meeting. Northeast Iowa Charitable Foundation grant of $3,292 was used to purchase security cameras. Cemetery Walk was held at Oakdale Cemetery September 22nd. Director received a grant to attend the Human Origins exhibit debriefing in Washington D.C. A picnic table was purchased to replace the old cement one. Roof and gutter repairs are backlogged until spring.

Mayor attended the Landlord meeting. It was a very positive meeting.

City Attorney Dillon is working on a Crime Nuisance Ordinance on houses. He is al reviewing curfew ordinances for Oelwein.

Mulfinger informed council Anthony Ricchio started a new youth soccer league in Oelwein. City Council and sponsor recognition will be on Saturday, September 30 at 12:00 noon at the Sports Complex.

Executive Session A motion was made by B. Weber, seconded by Christensen to go into Executive Session Per Iowa Code 20.17(3) for Collective Bargaining Negotiations and Strategy Meetings of Public Employers.

Ayes: B. Weber, Christensen, Stickel, Milks, M. Weber, Cantrell
Nays: None
Motion Carried
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Return to Regular A motion was made by Cantrell, seconded by M. Weber to return to
Session regular session.

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

Adjourn A motion was made by M. Weber, seconded by B. Weber to adjourn at 6:55 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 September 25, 2017 and copy of said proceedings was furnished to the Register September 27, 2017.

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DYLAN MULFINGER, CITY ADMINISTRATOR

Council continued with work session on Residential Teardown followed by Single Hauler update.

September 25, 2017 Agenda

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AGENDA

Oelwein City Council Monday, September 25, 2017
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. Citizens

6. Consent Agenda

A. Motion approving September 11, 2017 regular council minutes
B. Claims Resolution
C. Consideration of a new Class ‘C’ Liquor and Class ‘B’ Native Wine Permit for Valone’s Family Restaurant

7. Public Hearing on the Designation of the Oelwein Residential Revitalization Area and the Adoption of a Plan for Residential Property Tax Abatement

8. Consideration of Resolution stating the intentions of the Oelwein City Council with regard to the designation of the Oelwein Residential Revitalization Area and the Proposed Plan

9. Consideration of a motion to approve Change Order No. 6 in the amount of $-24,482.47 from CJ Moyna & Sons, Inc. for work completed on Oelwein Industrial Park 3rd Addition Public Improvements Plan

10. Consideration of a motion to approve Pay Application No. 6 in the amount of $143,791.12 to CJ Moyna & Sons, Inc. for work completed on Oelwein Industrial Park 3rd Addition Public Improvements Plan

11. Consideration of a motion to approve Pay Application No. 7 in the amount of $94,078.83 to CJ Moyna & Sons, Inc. for work completed on Oelwein Industrial Park 3rd Addition Public Improvements Plan

12. Consideration of a motion authorizing signatures on Engineer’s Statement of Final Completion for Oelwein Industrial Park 3rd Addition Public Improvements Plan

13. Consideration of a motion authorizing signatures on Fox Engineering Task Order No. 1022-17A for Old Road Paving Improvements

14. Consideration of a Resolution Authorizing Temporary Closure of Public Ways or Grounds for Oelwein Community Schools Homecoming Festivities

15. Consideration of a Resolution re: 2016-2017 City Street Financial Report

16. Consideration of a motion to set Public Hearing for 6:00 P.M. on October 9, 2017 on Proposed Sale of City Property Located at 1104 West Charles

17. Consideration of a motion to participate in the installation of upsized utilities for Oelwein Community Health Care Foundation at a cost not to exceed $35,000

18. Discussion and possible consideration of Economic Development Incentives for Oelwein Community Health Care Foundation

19. Report from Cantrell on September Park and Recreation Commission Meeting

20. Report from Christensen on September Library Board Meeting

21. Mayor’s Report

22. City Attorney’s Report

23. City Administrator’s Report

24. Old Business

25. New business

26. Executive Session Per Iowa 20.17(3) for Collective Bargaining Negotiations and Strategy Meetings of Public Employers

27. Adjournment

Work Session on Residential Tear Down
Single Hauler Update

September 11, 2017 Council Minutes

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COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS
September 11, 2017

The Oelwein City Council met in regular session Monday, September 11, 2017. 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: Mulfinger, Smith, Dillon

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

Single Hauler Bill Judd, 1212 1st Street NE spoke in opposition to the proposed single hauler
Comments stating it will adversely affect many people and asked the Council to consider the impact.

Ginger O’Connell, 303 3rd Street NE appreciated the phone call from Councilman Matt Weber following her letter to the editor. She feels the citizens deserve their voices to be heard and commented that limiting the room capacity to 40 sent up red flags.

Rod Eckhoff, 108 8th Avenue SE, an employee of Blackhawk Waste and speaking as a citizen was concerned residents were not told the proposal included hauling city garage at no charge. He was also concerned with the bond requirements.

LaVerne McLennan, 119 12th Avenue SE felt a single hauler takes away the choice of residents and hopes council realizes what side citizens are on.

Ron Garceau, 203 1st Avenue NE stated the city previously had a single hauler and it did not work out. He questioned what benefits the citizens would get.

Jeff Milks, 210 10th Street SW stated a single hauler would eliminate multiple trucks, reduce the carbon footprint and would have a beneficial environmental impact.

Mike Kerns, 1213 2nd Street SW stated it would get the garbage out of town and encouraged council to continue to work towards a single hauler.

Larry Lauer, 405 4th Street NE urged council to not move forward as many people are struggling on fixed incomes and felt the fee would be higher.

Blackhawk Waste employee Blain Beckhem, reported the company came to town 12 years ago with competitive pricing. He noted the cost of bonding and containers.

Jim Mendez, 219 8th Avenue NW, an employee of Waste Management but speaking as a resident asked the council to do what is right for the citizens.

Angela McCann, 110 5th Avenue SE is opposed to the proposal and is concerned about the impact on businesses involved. It is important citizens have the right to choose.

Ollie Fratzke, 616 8th Avenue SE is opposed to the proposal stating one truck will go twice as far.

Deb Welsh, 504 1st Avenue NE spoke in opposition.

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

A. Motion approving August 28, 2017 regular council minutes
B. Class ‘C’ Liquor and Sunday Sales Renewal for American Legion Ross Reid Post #9
C. Special Class ‘C’ Liquor and Sunday Sales Renewal for First Garden
D. Class ‘C’ Beer Permit and Class ‘E’ Liquor License Renewal for Fareway

All voted aye.
Motion Carried

Ord. No. 1156 A motion was made by M. Weber, seconded by Stickel to adopt Ordinance No.
Accessory Structures 1156 Amending Oelwein Zoning Ordinance No. 971 to Amend Section 202 and 203 Accessory Structures in R1 and R2 Residential Zoning Districts on the third and final reading.

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

Single Hauler B. Weber commented on previous remarks made regarding the single hauler. He stated Oelwein is one of the few communities that doesn’t have a single hauler in this area. He further mentioned citizens pay for the city’s garbage either through taxes or as a condition of the proposed contract.

A motion was made by Milks, seconded by Christensen directing Staff to enter into negotiations for a Single Hauler Residential Garbage program with Black Hawk Waste Disposal.

Mayor Sherrets requested a roll call vote.

Ayes: B. Weber, Christensen, Milks, M. Weber
Nays: Stickel, Cantrell

Motion Carried

Wastewater VFD A motion was made by M. Weber, seconded by Stickel to approve the purchase of a Variable Frequency Drive (VFD) in an amount not to exceed $30,000 from Automatic Systems for the Wastewater Treatment Plant. B. Weber questioned the number of VFD’s purchased in the last few years feeling it was unusually high and asked that the electrical system be looked into. He felt they should last for a number of years. All voted aye.
Motion Carried

Planning, Finance, Cantrell reported on the Planning, Finance, Enterprise and Economic
Enterprise and Econ. Development Committee meeting held prior to the regular council meeting.
Development.

Hotel/Motel Funding A motion was made by B. Weber, seconded by Milks to approve Hotel/Motel
Williams Center Tax Funding in the amount of $1,000 for Williams Center for the Arts as recommended by the Planning, Finance, Enterprise and Economic Development Committee. All voted aye.
Motion Carried

605 4th Street SE A motion was made by B. Weber, seconded by Stickel to approve funding for demolition of 605 4th Street SE in an amount not to exceed 50% of the lowest cost provide a second estimate is obtained. All voted aye.
Motion Carried

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2017 Junk House Mulfinger reported a $25,000 grant has been received from the Northeast Iowa
Removal Plan Charitable Foundation to assist in the demolition of residential properties. He also reviewed a list of properties for demolition and future use plans. It was noted one of the properties was occupied.

A motion was made by B. Weber, seconded by Christensen to approve moving forward on 1104 West Charles, 127 1st Avenue NW and 613 South Frederick. All voted aye.
Motion Carried

Police Award The Oelwein Police Department was congratulated on recently being selected to receive the 2017 International Association of Chief of Police/Cisco Community Policing Leadership Award amongst all communities in the nation with a population under 20,000. Chief Logan credited his staff for engaging in the community.

Tree Board A motion was made by B. Weber, seconded by Cantrell to approve the appointment of Ron Lenth to the Tree Board. All voted aye.
Motion Carried

City Attorney City Attorney Dillon reported he continues to work towards nuisance compliance.

Tree Assessment Mulfinger reported that half of the Street Tree Survey has been completed with the assistance of the Iowa Department of Natural Resources.

Fall Clean Up Residents are reminded of the City Wide Fall Clean Up scheduled for Saturday, September 23, 2017 from 8:00 A.M. to noon in the Log Cabin Parking Lot.

Adjourn A motion was made by Stickel, seconded by B. Weber to adjourn at 6:46 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 September 11, 2017 and copy of said proceedings was furnished to the Register September 13, 2017.

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DYLAN MULFINGER, CITY ADMINISTRATOR

A Work Session with OCAD on Goals and Initiatives followed the regular meeting.

September 11, 2017 Agenda

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Planning, Finance, Enterprise and Economic Development Committee Meeting 5:30 P.M.

AGENDA

Oelwein City Council Monday, September 11, 2017
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. Citizens

6. Consent Agenda

A. Motion approving August 28, 2017 regular council minutes
B. Consideration of a Class ‘C’ Liquor and Sunday Sales Renewal for American Legion Ross Reid Post #9
C. Consideration of a Special Class ‘C’ Liquor and Sunday Sales Renewal for First Garden
D. Consideration of a Class ‘C’ Beer Permit and Class ‘E’ Liquor License Renewal for Fareway

7. Consideration of an Ordinance Amending Oelwein Zoning Ordinance No. 971 to Amend Section 202 and 203 Accessory Structures in R1 and R2 Residential Zoning Districts – Third and Final Reading

8. Consideration of a motion directing Staff to enter into negotiations for a Single Hauler Residential Garbage program

9. Consideration of a motion to approve purchase of VFD in an amount not to exceed $30,000 from Automatic Systems for Wastewater Treatment Plant

10. Report from Renee Cantrell on Planning, Finance, Enterprise and Economic Development Committee Meeting

11. Consideration of a motion to approve Hotel/Motel Funding for Williams Center for the Arts

12. Consideration of a motion to approve demolition funding for 605 4th Street SE

13. Consideration of a motion approving 2017 Junk House Removal Plan

14. Mayor’s Report

A. Consideration of the appointment of Ron Lenth to the Tree Board

15. City Attorney’s Report

16. City Administrator’s Report

17. Old Business

18. New business

19. Adjournment

Work Session with OCAD on Goals and Initiatives will follow the regular meeting

August 28, 2017 Council Minutes

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COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS
August 28, 2017

The Oelwein City Council met in regular session Monday, August 28, 2017. Mayor Sherrets called the meeting to order at 6:00 P.M.

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

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

Laverne McLennan Laverne McLennan, 119 12th Ave SE requested clarification on single hauler billing. Mayor Sherrets informed billing would be monthly on the utility bill and rates would be competitive.

McLennan questioned the ordinance regarding accessory structures and if hers would be ok. Christensen stated the structure at her property has a foundation therefore it would be acceptable.

Matt Deerfield Matt Deerfield, 320 2nd Ave NE questioned council if there is an ordinance for low hanging tree limbs in the boulevard. City Administrator Mulfinger advised the city will be working on a plan to clean up the trees in the boulevard to the required height.

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

A. Motion approving August 14, 2017 regular council minutes.
B. Claims resolution

All voted aye.
Motion Carried

42 Well Improvement A motion was made by Milks, seconded by B. Weber authorizing signatures on contract documents for Disinfection and 42 Well Improvements Project.

Mulfinger informed council contractor will begin removing the old building in 2 or 3 weeks. The well will be drilled and construct a new building by winter.

All voted aye.
Motion Carried

Accessory Structures A motion was made by B. Weber, seconded by M. Weber to adopt the second
Ord. No. 971 Sec. 202 reading amending Oelwein Municipal Code, Ordinance No. 8971 to amend
& Sec. 203 Section 202 and 203 Accessory Structures in R1 and R2 residential zoning districts.

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

Resolution #4994 A motion was made by B. Weber, seconded by M. Weber adopting Resolution #4994 approving an amended easement with Alliant Energy.

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

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Oelwein School A motion was made by B. Weber, seconded by Milks to waive the building
Building permit fee permit fee for the Oelwein Community School District

All voted Aye.
Motion Carried

Fall City Wide Cleanup A motion was made by Cantrell, seconded by B. Weber to set the Fall Clean Up
Day for September 23, 2017.

All voted Aye.
Motion Carried

City Administrator Mulfinger informed council extra staff will be available and asking for names and addresses of those bringing in materials. There will be two lines to keep the flow moving along. Mulfinger stated the County Landfill will be open that day and any excessive materials will be directed to the landfill.

Wastewater Treatment A motion was made by B. Weber, seconded by Cantrell authorizing pump
Raw Pump #2 repairs in the amount of $14,528.13 for Wastewater Treatment Raw Pump #2 from Iowa Pump Works.

B Weber questioned Utility Superintendent Kane if this pump is a backup. Kane stated there are 3 pumps and pump #1 was repaired last year.

Tree Trimming A motion was made by Milks, seconded by Christensen authorizing tree trimming services from Maurer Tree Service in the amount of $20,000.
All voted Aye.
Motion Carried

Mayor Sherrets questioned Kane if $20,000 will cover the cost.

Utility Superintendent informed council Mauer Tree Service estimated $1,000/day and hoping will have funds available for extra services needed.

Gravel purchase A motion was made by Stickel, seconded by M. Weber authorizing gravel purchase from Zupke Sand and Gravel in the amount of $26,835.60.
All voted Aye.
Motion Carried

Utility Superintendent Kane informed council the gravel will be used along South Frederick pavement edging.

Airport Report Stickel reported the Airport board would like to install credit card readers for the gas pumps. Board members are considering raising the price to cover the costs. Mayor Sherrets questioned how much the readers would cost. Stickel stated Greg Bryan is working on having the information at the next meeting.

Park & Rec Report Cantrell reported Parks Superintendent attended the regional soccer club meeting.
Due to recent break-ins at the Aquatic Center locks will be rekeyed.
Tree board is currently working on developing a tree policy for the city.

City Attorney Report City Attorney Dillon reported currently pursuing 18 Ordinance prosecutions this week.

City Administrator City Administrator Mulfinger informed council of working with the DNR on a tree inventory. Residents may call into City Hall this year to schedule their brush clean up. The Free Little Library has been installed at the Oelwein City Park Campground.

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Mayor Report Mayor Sherrets reported the Fayette County Community Foundation Grant will be available by the end of September. Anyone interested should contact her for information

Adjourn A motion was made by M. Weber, seconded by Christensen to adjourn at 6:25P.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 August 28, 2017 and copy of said proceedings was furnished to the Register August 31, 2017.

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DYLAN MULFINGER, CITY ADMINISTRATOR

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