06.06.17

RANDOLPH CITY COUNCIL

REGULAR MEETING 7:00 PM– CITY HALL

June 6, 2017

MINUTES

At 7:00PM, Mayor Farwell called to order the monthly City Council meeting.

Council members present: Hardy, Marshall, Berger, Earlywine

Council Member absent: Moreland

INTRO OF VISITORS/BUSINESS – Linda Heywood, Peter Crawford, Dan Wietzki

Mayor Farwell asked for a motion to accept the agenda.

Hardy asked to add a review of the ordinance on obstructing intersections.

Marshall motioned to accept the agenda, Hardy seconded with corrections. Motion Carried.

The Council then proceeded with regular business.

Mayor Farwell asked for a motion to accept last month’s minutes.

Hardy motioned to accept last month’s minutes, Earlywine seconded. Motion Carried.

Mayor Farwell asked for a motion to accept the treasurer’s report.

Hardy motioned to accept the Treasurer’s Report, Berger seconded. Motion Carried.

Mayor Farwell asked for a motion to accept the bills.

Berger motioned to accept the bills as presented, Marshall seconded. Motion Carried.

Mayor Farwell asked for a motion to accept the Library bills.

Hardy motioned to accept the Library bills, Earlywine seconded. Motion Carried.

City of Randolph

For the Period From 5/1/2017 To 5/31/2017

Contents: All Bank Accounts, All Check Numbers, All Payees, All Memos, Both Void & Non-Void Checks, Sorted on Check Number

Check # Date Payee Memo Amount

RANDOLPH GENERAL ACCOUNT, Checking, Acct #: 316505

May 2017

323 5/1/2017 INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE 4Q2016 941 PAYMENT $880.15

327 5/16/2017 IOWA WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT UI Acct 102013 $35.00

329 5/2/2017 Iowa Department of Revenue conf##7095003623 $129.00

330 5/16/2017 IPERs 170515 36302 $329.59

14401 5/2/2017 Dankof, Lora J Payroll Check $1,202.17

14402 5/2/2017 MARSHALL, ALAN D Payroll Check $294.87

14403 5/2/2017 DEMCO inv. 6120514 library $753.14

14404 5/2/2017 City of Randolph Ball Park Donation $1,500.00

14405 5/3/2017 DON'S JOHN & SEPTIC INV. 30279 $81.00

14406 5/3/2017 VICKI R. DANLEY Bell Property $1,307.00

14407 5/3/2017 MID AMERICAN ENERGY $588.18

14408 5/3/2017 HOLIDAY DESIGNS, INC inv. 17267 $2,737.18

14409 5/3/2017 MILLER BUILDING SUPPLY CO. inv.272783/272799 library back $265.69

door/caulking

14410 5/3/2017 FREMONT COUNTY SHERIFF May 2017 $243.00

14411 5/3/2017 NEW ERA TAX & ACCOUNTING INV 2017-1811 $100.00

14412 5/5/2017 BUILT RIGHT MASONRY Invoice 761201-Library Stucco paid in full $2,111.00

14413 5/8/2017 HEARTLAND CO-OP Ticket75-15288/67-7783 chemicals/mntc $169.78

bldg repairs

14414 5/2/2017 Heywood, Linda Payroll Check $249.56

14415 5/10/2017 GARY FARWELL scoreboard park $10.00

14416 5/10/2017 CITY OF SHENANDOAH scoreboard park $10.00

14417 5/10/2017 SHENANDOAH SANITATION 4/01/17 -4/30/17 +city wide cleanup $462.00

14418 5/10/2017 FREMONT COUNTY LANDFILL COMMISSION Citywide Cleanup & Monthly Service $801.83

14419 5/23/2017 TODD E. WILLIAMS #329367 Depot st water meter..misc. $1,222.69

14420 5/23/2017 TERESA ELLIOTT Clean fire station 4/18/2017 $20.00

14421 5/23/2017 GIRLS' WORLD subsription $19.97

14422 5/23/2017 MID AMERICAN ENERGY 3683-31020 Library $42.57

14423 5/23/2017 ACCO INC. Liquid Chlorine/Water- INV 19369-4-IN $122.50

14424 5/23/2017 People Service Inc. inv. 0028760 $900.00

14425 5/23/2017 SPIRAL COMMUNICATIONS inv.2470-20170517-1 $30.99

14426 5/23/2017 SPIRAL COMMUNICATIONS INV. 4929-20170517-1 $64.99

14427 5/23/2017 SPIRAL COMMUNICATIONS inv.5310-20170517-1 $39.78

14429 5/25/2017 Heywood, Linda Payroll Check $249.55

14430 5/30/2017 JUDY FARWELL grass seed from Orscheln $48.14

Totals for May 2017: 33 Non-Void Checks $17,021.32

0 Void Checks $0.00

CHECKS BY MONTH

Debit Card Account,

May 2017

18 5/10/2017 SCHOLASTICE BAOOK FAIRS library book fair $78.93

Totals for May 2017: 1 Non-Void Checks $78.93

0 Void Checks $0.00

Totals for Entire Report: 34 Non-Void Checks $17,100.25

0 Void Checks $0.00

For the Period From 5/1/2017 To 5/31/2017 Deposits

RANDOLPH GENERAL ACCOUNT, Checking, Acct #: 316505

5/1/2017 M&R farmsck #3075/ inv 55226 $60.00

5/1/2017 St of IA E.F.T./local option tax $1,136.74

5/1/2017 water payments $379.27

5/2/2017 water payments $589.50

5/3/2017 water payments $254.29

5/4/2017 water payments $339.13

5/8/2017 water payments $330.60

5/10/2017 Fremont Co Treas/property tax $1,632.66

5/10/2017 water payments $459.52

5/11/2017 water payments $281.56

5/16/2017 State of Iowa/RUT $1,040.04

5/16/2017 water payments $1,117.01

5/17/2017 water depost/bills $192.85

5/19/2017 1/2 bldg rent $25.00

5/19/2017 water payments $78.32

5/23/2017 Fremont Co. City apportion/st construction $280.98

5/23/2017 water payments $428.37

5/30/2017 water payments $596.06

5/31/2017 water payments $280.72

Totals for Account: 316505: 27 Deposits $9502.62

5/1/2017 Ball field donations Tabor Optimist 3000./Tabor Bank 250. $3,250.00

5/2/2017 park donation money for ball field $2,170.00

5/8/2017 Donations to ballfield J Laukemper,F-M PTO,Nishna, Century Bank $625.00

5/10/2017 ballfield park donations-Doug Aistrope/Phyllis Crom $400.00

5/11/2017 donations ballfield Green twnship/Tabor grocery $600.00

5/17/2017 ballfield donations Bob Muellner,Julius Schaaf,Marshall funeral home $528.00

5/19/2017 donation to ballfield/Jim Hughes $100.00

5/30/2017 donation ball field(casey's) $500.00

Total $8,173.00

Totals for Entire: $17,675.62

Engineer Peter Crawford visited with the council on cutting cost of Depot Street. At this time, the council has decided to first have the core samples done on the road which Hardy suggested to see if this could be done in September. Peter Crawford said that would work and to let him know when the council is ready to have this done.

The council voted to put on the ballot in November to raise the library board number from 3 to 5.

Earlywine made a motion to put this on the November ballot, Berger seconded. Motion carried.

Clerk looked up the ordinance in question, the ordinance 62.08 obstructing view at intersections. It is unlawful to allow any tree, hedge, billboard or other object to obstruct the view of an intersection by preventing persons from having a clear view of traffic approaching the intersection from cross streets. Any such obstruction is deemed a nuisance and in addition to the standard penalty maybe abated in the manner provided by Chapter 50 of the code of ordinances.

Public Safety: Parents need to watch their children when crossing Randolph St. and a letter needs to be sent out.

Park Commission: Ballfield-dugouts will be here Thursday or Friday. Diamond has been marked out. Fence will be here Thursday or Friday.

Landfill: Nothing to report.

Streets and Alleys: Potholes are filled, brush pile is burned.

Sewer and water: Nothing to report.

Library: Tuck point has started on the front of the building.

Fire and Rescue: Waiting on painting.

After proper motion by Hardy and seconded by Berger, the meeting was adjourned at 8:30 pm.

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Gary Farwell, Mayor Lora Dankof, Clerk

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