Minutes

Regular City Council meetings are held the second Tuesday of the month and are held at the City Hall beginning at 7:00 p.m. Council meetings are open to the public. Individuals wishing to submit written requests to the Mayor and City Council may bring letters to the City Clerk’s office for delivery by the first Thursday of each month.
Citizens may also address the Mayor and Council on non-agenda government related items during the visitor’s section of each regular Council meeting. The Council may not take action at this meeting due to requirements of the Open Meetings Law; the issue may be made a part of a future Council agenda.

October 11, 2022

September 13, 2022

REGULAR MEETING, August 9, 2022

The regular meeting of the Wyoming City Council was held August 9, 2022, at the Wyoming City Hall. Council members present were Michaud, Huston, Leonard, Scott and Taylor. Staff present:  Gravel, Tjaden, Dirks and Bahrke.

Mayor Agnitsch called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m.

Moved by Taylor seconded by Leonard to approve the consent agenda.  Roll call vote.  Aye- Michaud, Huston, Leonard, Scott, and Taylor.  Motion carried.

 

AFLAC                        

EMPL INS

$106.20

ALLIANT ENERGY

SERV

$5,826.20

ALLIANT ENERGY

SERV

$5,098.29

BACKYARD GARDENS

CALKINS SERV

$263.50

BIBLIONIX

LIB FEE

$1,200.00

BOOMERANG

DOT SIDEWALK

$15,484.40

CALIFORNIA STATE DISBURSEMENT

CALIFORNIA GARN                 

$267.37

CALIFORNIA STATE DISBURSEMENT

GARNISHMENT                     

$96.40

CASEY’S BUSINESS MASTERCARD  

CITY FUEL

$391.22

CHEM RIGHT LABORATORIES      

SW/WA SERV

$228.00

CHEM RIGHT LABORATORIES      

SW SERV

$50.00

CITY OF WYOMING              

WA/SW UTIL

$363.70

CITY OF WYOMING              

SW TRANSFER

$16,560.00

DEREK DENNISTON

DEPOSIT REFUND

$96.35

COMMAND SECURITY SOLUTIONS   

CITY/CALKINS SERV

$62.00

HAWKINS, INC.                

WA/SW SUP

$828.27

IOWA DEPT OF REVENUE         

WITHHOLDING

$885.00

IOWA DEPT OF REVENUE         

SALES TAX

$197.54

IOWA DEPT OF REVENUE         

WA TAX

$877.13

IOWA DNR                     

ANNUAL FEE

$210.00

IOWA ONE CALL                

WA SERV

$18.00

IPERS                        

RETIREMENT

$1,484.96

IRS                          

WITHHOLDING

$1,883.92

J & R SUPPLY                 

WA SUPPLIES

$528.00

KLUESNER SANITATION    

CONTRACT

$3,472.70

L.L. PELLING

STREET MAINTENANCE

$72,503.20

LYNCH DALLAS

LEGALS

$636.48

MAKA BLIND

CALKINS

$760.00

MICHELLE HANSEN

LIBRARY SUPP

$25.00

MONDAMIN LIBRARY

ADULT BOOK

$14.00

NUTRIEN

CITY SUP

$176.50

QUILL

CITY SUP

$38.20

SCHERRMAN’S IMPLEMENT

TRACTOR PARTS                   

$60.00

SHERI TJADEN                 

MILEAGE                         

$68.75

SKYLER TRACY

DEPOSIT REFUND

$93.00

SOPER PLUMBING & HEATING

FURNICE/ AC UNIT

$7,481.13

THOMAS MOWING

CALKINS SERV

$500.00

UNITED HEALTHCARE            

INSURANCE                       

$7,260.73

USA BLUEBOOK                 

WA/SW SUPPLIES

$392.27

USDA, RURAL DEVELOPMENT       

WA LOAN

$866.00

VISA

LIBR/CALKINS/CITY SUP

$259.40

WALMART

LIBR SUP

$109.80

WOODWARD COMMUNITY MEDIA     

LEGAL PUBLICATIONS

$107.49

WOODWARD COMMUNITY MEDIA     

LEGAL PUBLICATIONS

$83.05

WYOMING MUTUAL PHONE CO. 

LIBR/CALKINS/CITY SERV

$872.53

   

$148,786.68     

KUETER EQUIPMENT

 

  $16,474.95

WHKS

 

 $   2,948.10

WATER GRANT

 

 $ 19,423.05

Revenue and Expenses for July 2022

Funds

 

Revenue

 

Expenses

General

 

5017.50

 

38566.02

Library Regular

 

7946.54

 

2366.76

Library Special

 

.04

   

Wyoming Hist. Museum

 

5498.57

 

58.24

Calkins

 

10.82

 

3502.50

Calkins Barn

 

503.93

   

ARP

 

1.66

 

7346.00

Road Use Tax

 

5534.12

 

7689.71

Trust & Agency

 

342.69

 

2838.10

Local Option Tax

 

5245.96

   

Rohwedder Trust

 

16.99

   

Water

 

16428.26

 

24343.33

Water Deposit

 

300.00

   

Water Sinking Fund

 

2791.00

   

Sewer

 

26045.06

 

24744.41

Sewer Sinking

 

13769.00

   

Storm Sewer

 

323.10

 

1254.99

Childcare Enterprise

 

.16

   

Totals

 

89775.49

 

113576.06

Bob Gertzen ??

Mayor Agnitsch opened the Public Hearing for proposed budget amendment for FY 2023 at 7:04.  No speakers for or against.  No papers filed.

Moved by Huston seconded by Scott to close public hearing at 7:05 p.m.  Roll call vote. Aye- Michaud, Huston, Leonard, Scott and Taylor.  Motion carried. 

Public Works report was reviewed.

Moved by Taylor seconded by Michaud to approve final payment for water project to contractor.  Roll call vote. Aye- Michaud, Huston, Leonard, Scott and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 2020.

Moved by Huston seconded by Taylor to approve Change order #5 for the water project.  Roll call vote. Aye- Michaud, Huston, Leonard, Scott and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 2021.

Gravel gave the public works report including the recent IDNR inspection.

Moved by Leonard seconded by Huston to approve tree quote from Countryside Landscaping in the amount of $6,900.  Roll call vote. Aye- Michaud, Huston, Leonard, Scott and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 2122.

Moved by Huston seconded by Scott to approve an Urban Chicken permit for Jasmine Gudenkauf.  Roll call vote. Aye- Michaud, Huston, Leonard, Scott and Taylor.  Motion carried. 

Sheriff’s report was reviewed.

Moved by Leonard seconded by Scott to approve agreement with ECICOG for nuisance enforcement.  Roll call vote. Aye- Michaud, Huston, Leonard, Scott and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 2123.

Moved by Huston seconded by Scott to approve liquor license renewal for Dollar General contingent on fire inspection.  Roll call vote. Aye- Michaud, Huston, Leonard, Scott and Taylor.  Motion carried.   

Moved by Michaud second by Taylor to approve Resolution for FY 2023 Budget amendment.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Michaud, Huston, Leonard, Scott and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 2124.

Moved by Huston seconded by Taylor to approve Resolution for wages for Calkins Museum Manager at $250 per month.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Michaud, Huston, Leonard, Scott and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution #2125. 

Moved by Michaud seconded by Leonard to approve Resolution for Calkins credit card for Museum manager.    Aye- Michaud, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Huston.  Clerk assigned Resolution #2126.

Moved by Huston seconded by Taylor to approve Resolution for FYE 2022 Street Finance Report.   Roll call vote.  Aye-Michaud, Huston, Leonard, Scott and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution #2127.

Moved by Taylor seconded by Leonard to approve ordering Iowa codification updates and Ordinances adopted this past year. Roll call vote.  Aye-Michaud, Huston, Leonard, Scott and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution #2128.

Moved by Michaud seconded by Leonard to approve Resolution amending retirement section to Employee handbook.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Michaud, Huston, Leonard, Scott and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution #2129.

Moved by Huston seconded by Scott to appoint Scott, Agnitsch, Dirks and Tjaden to the interview committee for City Clerk applicants.  Roll call vote. Aye- Michaud, Huston, Leonard, Scott and Taylor.  Motion carried. 

Moved by Taylor seconded by Huston to adjourn at 7:43 p.m. All ayes.  Motion carried.

 

REGULAR MEETING, July 12, 2022

The regular meeting of the Wyoming City Council was held July 12, 2022 at the Wyoming City Hall. Council members present were Michaud, Huston, Leonard, Scott and Taylor. Staff present:  Tjaden, Dirks and Bahrke.

Mayor Agnitsch called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m.

Moved by Huston seconded by Taylor to approve the consent agenda.  Roll call vote.  Aye- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Michaud.  Motion carried.

ACCESS SYSTEMS               

LIBR SERV

                 $58.27

ACCESS SYSTEMS               

LIBR EQUIPMENT

$2,353.72

AFLAC                        

EMPL INS

$106.20

BAKER & TAYLOR               

LIBR SUP

$123.39

BLADE PEST CONTROL   

CALKINS SUP

$130.00

CAHOY PUMP

WA SERVICE

$13,083.00

CALIFORNIA STATE DISBURSEMENT

CALIFORNIA GARN                 

$495.04

CALIFORNIA STATE DISBURSEMENT

GARNISHMENT                     

$132.80

CASEY’S BUSINESS MASTERCARD  

CITY FUEL

$352.78

CHEM RIGHT LABORATORIES      

SW SERV

$100.00

CITIZENS STATE BANK          

NSF CUSTOMER

$5.00

CITY OF ANAMOSA              

ST SERV

$945.00

CITY OF WYOMING              

POSTAGE

$0.40

CITY OF WYOMING              

WA/SW UTIL

$363.20

CITY OF WYOMING              

SW TRANSFER

$16,560.00

CITY OF WYOMING              

GRANT PAYMENT

$1,722.32

COMMAND SECURITY SOLUTIONS   

CITY/CALKINS SERV

$62.00

HAWKINS              

WA/SW SUP

$1,769.98

INFRASTRUCTURE TECH SOLUTIONS

CITY SERV

$1,380.00

INFRASTRUCTURE TECH SOLUTIONS

CITY SERV

$511.00

IOWA ASSOC OF MUNICIPAL UTIL 

DUES

$355.41

IOWA DEPT OF REVENUE         

WITHHOLDING

$885.00

IOWA DEPT OF REVENUE         

SALES TAX

$643.02

IOWA DEPT OF REVENUE         

WA TAX

$787.97

IOWA DNR                     

ANNUAL WATER USE FEE            

$57.61

IOWA LEAGUE OF CITIES        

DUES

$577.00

IOWA ONE CALL                

WA SERV

$30.70

IPERS                        

RETIREMENT

$1,445.83

IRS                          

WITHHOLDING

$1,805.26

J & R SUPPLY                 

STORM SEWER CULVERT             

$1,719.00

J & R SUPPLY                 

STORM SEWER CULVERT             

$5,570.00

JONES CO ECONOMIC DEV

ALLOTMENT

$250.00

JONES CO SAFE & HEALTHY YOUTH

ALLOTMENT

$250.00

JONES CO SENIOR CENTER       

ALLOTMENT

$250.00

JONES COUNTY SHERIFF         

One-half CONTRACT                    

$16,521.50

JONES COUNTY SOLID WASTE     

DUES

$653.75

JONES COUNTY TOURISM ASSOC   

DUES

$156.90

KLUESNER SANITATION      

CONTRACT

$3,472.70

KOCH OFFICE GROUP

CITY SERV

$68.77

KROMMINGA MOTORS INC         

TRACTOR PARTS                   

$3,699.99

LEVI BAHRKE                  

CLOTHING ALLOW

$19.08

MIDLAND AMBULANCE            

ALLOTMENT

$1,100.00

MONTICELLO EXPRESS           

CALKINS SUP

$225.00

QCANALYST

SW SERV

$165.50

QUILL

CITY SUP

$18.52

RODNEY GRAVEL                

CLOTHING ALLOW

$90.91

SHERI TJADEN                 

MILEAGE                         

$24.20

SUPERIOR APPLICANCE, INC     

CALKINS SERV

$95.00

THOMAS MOWING                

CALKINS SERV

$625.00

UNITED HEALTHCARE            

INSURANCE                       

$7,260.73

US CELLULAR

AMB/CITY SERV

$208.51

USA BLUEBOOK                 

SW SUP

$627.61

USDA, RURAL DEVELOPMENT       

WA LOAN

$866.00

UTILITY EQUIPMENT CO

WA SUP

$293.20

VISA

LIBR/CALKINS/CITY SUP

$425.81

VISA CARD

CALKINS SUP

$21.46

WALMART

LIBR SUP

$219.46

WOODWARD COMMUNITY MEDIA     

LEGAL PUBLICATIONS

$118.92

WYOMING FIRE DEPARTMENT      

CONTRACT

$3,850.00

WYOMING MUTUAL TELEPHONE

LIBR/CALKINS/CITY SERV

$876.76

WYOMING PUBLIC LIBRARY       

CITY ALLOTMENT

$7,900.00

WYOMING WELDING      

CITY SERV

$25.00

   

      $ 104,511.18

Revenue and Expenses for June 2022

Funds

 

Revenue

 

Expenses

General

 

6226.53

 

6900.80

Library Regular

 

9.68

 

4511.30

Library Special

 

.03

   

Wyoming Hist. Museum

 

318.23

 

375.42

Calkins

 

9.76

 

30765.85

Calkins Barn

 

1103.68

   

ARP

 

1.33

   

Road Use Tax

 

9171.22

 

4023.99

Trust & Agency

 

366.29

 

2801.82

Local Option Tax

 

5245.96

   

Rohwedder Trust

 

16.44

   

Water

 

18002.61

 

11284.41

Water Deposit

 

400.00

 

400.00

Water Grant

 

12601.55

 

12601.55

Water Sinking Fund

 

2739.33

 

21823.50

Sewer

 

25594.32

 

26381.76

Sewer Sinking

 

16240.13

 

165448.25

Sewer Reserve

 

-2.55

   

Storm Sewer

 

329.38

   

Childcare Enterprise

 

800.11

 

295.80

Totals

 

99174.03

 

287614.45

Mayor Agnitsch opened the Public Hearing for proposed sale of real estate, vacated alley, at 7:01.  No speakers for or against.  No papers file.

Moved by Taylor seconded by Huston to close public hearing at 7:02 p.m.  Roll call vote. Aye- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Michaud.  Motion carried. 

Public Works report was reviewed.

Moved by Huston seconded by Michaud to approve tree removal list and get quotes.  Roll call vote. Aye- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Michaud.  Motion carried. 

Moved by Huston seconded by Michaud to approve a Midland FFA color run for September 11, 2022.  Roll call vote. Aye- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Michaud.  Motion carried. 

Moved by Scott seconded by Leonard to approve instructing attorney to prepare Ordinance for a two-mile buffer around the city limits.  Roll call vote.  Aye- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Michaud.  Motion carried. 

Moved by Huston seconded by Leonard to set a Public Hearing for FY 2023 budget amendment due to water and catalyst grants not finished in FY 2022.  Roll call vote. Aye- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Michaud.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 2116

Moved by Taylor seconded by Michaud to approve WAIVING THE SECOND READING OF AN ORDINANCE AMENDING WATER RATES from $31.50 to $32.00 for a minimum bill and from $8.50 to $8.75 for every thousand gallons over the first 1,000.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Michaud.  Motion carried.

Moved by Leonard seconded by Taylor to approve THIRD AND FINAL READING OF AN ORDINANCE AMENDING WATER RATES.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Michaud.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Ordinance # 438.

Moved by Huston seconded by Michaud to approve Resolution approving the sale of the vacated alley to Pat Fuller and Rick Adler.  Roll call vote. Aye- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Michaud.  Motion carried.   Clerk assigned Resolution # 2117.

Moved by Michaud seconded by Huston to approve job description for Calkins Museum Manager.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Michaud.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution #2118. 

Moved by Huston seconded by Taylor to approve Resolution for mileage to be the IRS rate for business.    Aye- Leonard, Michaud, Scott, Taylor and Huston.  Clerk assigned Resolution #2119.

Clerks report was given.

Moved by Huston seconded by Lee to adjourn at 7:32 p.m. All ayes.  Motion carried.

 

REGULAR MEETING, June 14, 2022

The regular meeting of the Wyoming City Council was held June 14, 2022 at the Wyoming City Hall. Council members present were Michaud, Huston, Leonard, Scott and Taylor. Staff present:  Tjaden, Dirks and Gravel.   

Mayor Agnitsch called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m.

Moved by Huston seconded by Scott to approve the consent agenda.   Roll call vote.  Aye- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Michaud.  Motion carried.

 

A & A CONSTRUCTION, INC.     

CALKINS SERV

 $   18,000.00

AFLAC                        

EMPLOYEE INS

 $        132.75

AGVANTAGE FS, INC            

LIBRARY SERV

 $        125.94

ALLIANT ENERGY

SERV

 $     4,499.77

ANAMOSA JOURNAL 

LIBRARY SUP

 $           55.00

BACKYARD GARDENS             

CALKINS SERV

 $        431.25

BAKER & TAYLOR               

LIBRARY BOOKS                   

 $           17.09

BLADE PEST CONTROL    

CALKINS SERV

 $        130.00

CALIFORNIA STATE

EMPLOYEE 

 $        546.25

CALIFORNIA STATE

EMPLOYEE

 $        146.25

CAPITAL ONE                  

CITY SUP

 $           34.41

CASEY’S BUSINESS MASTERCARD  

CITY SUP

 $        312.08

CHEM RIGHT LABORATORIES      

WA/SW SERV

 $        283.00

CHEM RIGHT LABORATORIES      

WA/SW SERV

 $        233.00

CITY OF WYOMING              

WA/SW UTIL

 $        363.20

CITY OF WYOMING              

LOAN TRANSFERS

 $   18,979.46

CITY OF WYOMING              

POSTAGE

 $             3.75

COMMAND SECURITY SOLUTIONS   

CITY/CALKINS SERV

 $           62.00

ECICOG

ZONING MAP SERV

 $        500.00

GRAINGER                     

WA/SW SUP

 $        570.70

HAWKEYE FIRE & SAFETY CO.    

ALL SERV SUP

 $        719.80

HAWKINS, INC.                

WA SUP

 $        901.06

HI-VIZ SAFETY

ST SUP

 $           61.00

HOLLY’S TMS

CITY SUP

 $             5.99

IOWA FINANCE AUTHORITY       

WA LOAN

 $   20,957.50

IOWA FINANCE AUTHORITY       

SW LOAN

 $ 136,180.00

IOWA FINANCE AUTHORITY       

FINAL SW LOAN

 $   29,268.25

IOWA STATE UNIVERSITY        

ACADEMY

 $        195.00

IPERS                        

RETIREMENT

 $     1,920.89

IRS                          

WITHHOLDING

 $     2,353.68

INFRASTRUCUTRE TECH SOLUTIONS

CITY SUP/SERV

 $      1,396.00

JOHN DEERE FINANCIAL         

CALKINS SUP/CITY SUP

 $        132.25

KLUESNER SANITATION  

CONTRACT

 $     3,472.70

KLUESNER CONSTRUCTION

CALKINS SERV

 $     8,704.71

LYNCH DALLAS, PC             

LEGAL SERV

 $        407.80

MISSISSIPPI VALLEY PUMP      

SW SUP

 $     2,325.00

MONTICELLO EXPRESS           

CALKINS SERV

 $           90.00

PER MAR SECURITY

LIBR/MUSEUM SERV

 $        282.36

QCANALYSTIC SERVICES         

SW SEV

 $           96.00

QUILL

CITY SUP

 $        148.47

SOPER PLBG. & HTG.           

CALKINS/LIBR SERV

 $     1,033.07

SUE BRODERSEN                

CALKINS SUP

 $        321.87

THOMAS MOWING                

CALKINS SERV

 $        750.00

TREASURER, STATE OF IOWA     

WA EXC TAX

 $        887.80

TREASURER, STATE OF IOWA     

WA EXC TAX

 $        182.61

TREASURER, STATE OF IOWA     

WA EXC TAX

 $        800.18

TREASURER, STATE OF IOWA     

WA EXC TAX

 $           42.25

U.S. CELLULAR                

CITY SERV

 $        136.73

U.S. CELLULAR                

CITY SERV

 $        206.13

USA BLUEBOOK

SW SUP

 $           20.89

UNITED HEALTHCARE            

INSURANCE                       

 $     7,260.73

USDA, RURAL DEVELOPMENT       

WA LOAN

 $        866.00

VISA                         

ST SUP

 $        640.61

VISA CARD                    

CALKINS

 $           21.94

VISA CARD                     

CALKINS

 $        131.59

WOODWARD COMMUNITY MEDIA     

LEGALS                          

 $        114.93

WYOMING AUTO PARTS           

CITY/CALKINS SERV

 $        731.74

WYOMING MUTUAL TELEPHONE 

LIBRARY/CITY/CALKINS SERV

 $        879.76

TOTAL

 

 $ 270,073.19

     

CITY

PD WHKS

 $     1,722.32

WHKS

ENG.

 $   10,879.23

WATER GRANT ACCOUNT

 

 $   12,601.55

     

Revenue and Expenses for May 2022

Funds

 

Revenue

 

Expenses

General

 

72187.22

 

51138.27

Library Regular

 

920.90

 

3639.92

Library Special

 

.04

 

67.89

Wyoming Hist. Museum

 

228.56

 

-763.75

Calkins

 

13.39

 

19501.84

Calkins Barn

 

653.87

   

ARP

 

1.71

   

Road Use Tax

 

3003.52

 

3748.84

Trust & Agency

 

2035.61

 

3046.33

Local Option Tax

 

5245.96

   

Rohwedder Trust

 

16.99

   

Water

 

15338.40

 

17997.30

Water Deposit

 

200.00

 

100.00

Water Sinking Fund

 

2739.33

 

866.00

Sewer

 

25909.42

 

25690.23

Sewer Sinking

 

16240.17

   

Sewer Reserve

 

2.55

   

Storm Sewer

 

320.72

   

Childcare Enterprise

 

400.13

 

132.00

Totals

 

145458.49

 

125164.87

Public Works report was given.  Repairs are needed at Well #2.  Moved by Huston seconded by Taylor to install new pump due to age unless it is a check valve or small repair.   Roll call vote. Aye- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Michaud.  Motion carried. 

Moved by Huston seconded by Taylor to approve new pump at sewer plant for $5,298.00.  Roll call vote. Aye- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Michaud.  Motion carried. 

Michaud entered at 7:13.

Sheriff’s report was reviewed. 

Moved by Huston seconded by Scott to approve cigarette permits for Casey’s, Dollar General and Holly’s Town Supermarket.  Roll call vote.  Aye- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Michaud.  Motion carried. 

Moved by Huston seconded by Scott to proceed with administrative search warrant at 310 N. Washington. Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Michaud.  Motion carried.

Moved by Taylor seconded by Michaud to approve a Sidewalk program for FY 2023 in the amount of $3,000.  Roll call vote. Aye- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Michaud.  Motion carried. 

Moved by Taylor seconded by Huston to approve Resolution for 3% raises for FY 2023 wages.  Roll call vote.  Aye-  Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Michaud.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution #2112.

Moved by Michaud seconded by Taylor to approve Resolution providing for City Clerk to pay bills due June 30, 2022.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Michaud.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 2113.

Moved by Taylor seconded by Leonard to approve Resolution for proposed sale of real estate and set Public Hearing for July 12, 2022 at 7 p.m.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Michaud.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 2114.

Moved by Leonard seconded by Michaud to approve the FIRST READING OF AN ORDINANCE AMENDING WATER RATES from $31.50 to $32.00 for a minimum bill and from $8.50 to $8.75 for every thousand gallons over the first 1,000.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Michaud.  Motion carried.

Sheriff Graver discussed dogs and electric scooters with the Council.

Moved by Huston seconded by Scott to rescind earlier motion on administrative search warrant and get a court order for a municipal infraction.   Roll call vote. Aye- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Michaud.  Motion carried.   

Moved by Scott seconded by Taylor to approve updated job description/ad for City Clerk .  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Michaud.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution #2115. 

Discussion was held on when to advertise and hire for City Clerk replacement.

Moved by Taylor seconded by Scott to appoint to appoint Jean Oberbreckling to Museum Board and Michelle Hansen to Library board for the County seat.  Roll call vote.  Aye- Scott, Taylor and Huston.

There are two vacant positions on the Planning & Zoning Board. 

Moved by Scott seconded by Huston to adjourn at 8:35 p.m. All aye.  Motion carried.

 

REGULAR MEETING, May 10, 2022

The regular meeting of the Wyoming City Council was held May 10, 2022 at the Wyoming City Hall. Council members present were Huston, Scott and Taylor. Absent:  Michaud and Leonard.  Staff present:  Tjaden, Dirks and Gravel.   

Mayor Agnitsch called the meeting to order at 7:01 p.m.

Moved by Huston seconded by Taylor to approve the consent agenda.   Roll call vote.  Aye- Scott, Taylor and Huston.  Motion carried.

AFLAC                        

EMPLOYEE INS

 $        106.20

ALLIANT

SERV

 $     4,114.46

AMAZON CAPITAL SERVICES      

CITY/CALKINS FLAGS

 $           78.68

WOODWARD COMMUNITY MEDIA     

LEGAL PUBLICATIONS

 $        236.83

BACKYARD GARDENS

CALKINS SERV

 $        136.00

BARKER COMMUNICATIONS        

CALKINS BARN

 $   17,400.00

BOOMERANG                    

WA SERV                

 $     3,672.99

CALIFORNIA STATE DISBURSEMENT

EMPLOYEE                     

 $        502.00

CALIFORNIA STATE DISBURSEMENT

EMPLOYEE                     

 $        132.80

CHEM RIGHT LABORATORIES      

SW SERV

 $        130.00

CHEM RIGHT LABORATORIES      

SW SERV

 $           80.00

CITY OF WYOMING              

WA/SW TRANSFERS

 $   18,979.50

CITY OF WYOMING              

UTILITIES

 $        363.20

DALE CARSTENSEN              

LIBRARY SERV

 $     2,220.00

GRAINGER

SW SUP

 $           87.62

HAWKINS                

WA SUP

 $        271.85

IOWA PRISON INDUSTRIES       

UB FORMS                        

 $        478.50

IPERS                        

RETIREMENT

 $     1,524.83

IRS                          

WITHHOLDINGS

 $     1,820.19

J & R SUPPLY                 

ST SUP

 $        225.00

JOHN DEERE FINANCIAL

ST SUP

 $           72.42

KLUESNER SANITATION       

CONTRACT

 $     3,458.35

LYNCH DALLAS

LEGALS

 $        820.30

MID-AMERICAN RESEARCH CHEM

WA SUP

 $        305.50

MIDLAND AMBULANCE

FUEL

 $        100.00

PODHASKI INSURANCE    

INSURANCE

 $        847.00

QCANALYSTIC SERVICES         

SW SERV

 $        120.00

QUILL

CITY SUP

 $        152.06

COMMAND SECURITY SOLUTIONS   

CALKINS/CITY SERV

 $           62.00

SOPER PLBG. & HTG.           

CALKINS

 $        363.80

TREASURER, STATE OF IOWA     

WA EX TAX

 $        756.49

UNITED HEALTHCARE            

INSURANCE                       

 $     7,260.73

USDA,RURAL DEVELOPMENT       

WA LOAN

 $        866.00

VISA                         

LIBRARY SUP

 $           67.56

CAPITAL ONE                  

LIBRARY SUP

 $           69.80

WYOMING AUTO PARTS           

ST SUP

 $        141.04

WYOMING MUTUAL TELEPHONE CO. 

LIBRARY/CITY/CALKINS

 $        868.00

ZAPO NIXON LLC

CATALYST GRANT

 $   43,000.00

TOTAL

 

 $ 111,891.70

WHKS

WATER PROJECT

       $     1,722.32

JUNE 1, 2022 ACH PAYMENTS

   

Iowa Finance Authority

WATER LOAN

      $   20,957.50

Iowa Finance Authority

OLD SEWER LOAN

      $   29,268.25

Iowa Finance Authority

SEWER LOAN

      $ 136,180.00

   

      $ 186,405.75

       

Revenue and Expenses for April 2022

Funds

 

Revenue

 

Expenses

General

 

52319.26

 

50468.70

Library Regular

 

87.22

 

6605.84

Library Special

 

.05

   

Wyoming Hist. Museum

 

228.79

 

5783.68

Calkins

 

10722.07

 

25448.01

Calkins Barn

 

153.78

   

ARP

 

1.77

   

Road Use Tax

 

7822.70

 

10210.75

Trust & Agency

 

12211.16

 

6739.64

Local Option Tax

 

4459.25

   

Rohwedder Trust

 

16.44

   

Water

 

14790.55

 

26978.32

Water Deposit

 

200.00

   

Water Sinking Fund

 

9667.33

 

866.00

Sewer

 

24954.16

 

32568.51

Sewer Sinking

 

16240.17

   

Storm Sewer

 

324.88

 

25.48

Childcare Enterprise

 

400.21

 

2195.73

Totals

 

304599.79

 

167881.66

Mayor Agnitsch opened the Public Hearing for the FY 2022 budget amendment at 7:02 pm.  No speakers for or against.  No papers filed.

Moved by Huston seconded by Scott to close the Public Hearing at 7:03 p.m.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Scott and Taylor.  Motion carried. 

Mayor Agnitsch opened the Public Hearing on the proposed Zoning Map at 7:03 p.m.  No speakers for or against.  No papers filed.

Moved by Huston seconded by Scott to close the Public Hearing at 7:07 p.m.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Scott and Taylor.  Motion carried. 

Public Works report was given.

Moved by Huston seconded by Taylor to approve the city replacing its section of sidewalk next to the bank’s West side drainage gutter.  Gravel will see if IDOT will do this when they come through to do the sidewalks otherwise the city will use the banks contractor.  Roll call vote. Aye- Scott, Taylor and Huston.  Motion carried. 

Moved by Huston seconded by Taylor to approve street sweeping at $135 per hour for Main Street where there is curb and gutter.  Roll call vote. Aye- Scott, Taylor and Huston.  Motion carried. 

 

Moved by Scott seconded by Huston to approve WAIVING THE SECOND READING OF AN ORDINANCE AMENDING PROVISION PERTAINING TO ZONING REGULATIONS.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Scott, Taylor and Huston.  Motion carried.

Moved by Huston seconded by Scott to approve THIRD AND FINAL READING OF AN ORDINANCE AMENDING PROVISION PERTAINING TO ZONING REGULATIONS.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Scott, Taylor and Huston.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Ordinance # 463.

Moved by Taylor seconded by Scott to approve FIRST READING OF AN ORDINANCE ADOPTING THE ZONING MAP.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Scott, Taylor and Huston.  Motion carried. 

Moved by Huston seconded by Scott to approve WAIVING THE SECOND READING OF AN ORDINANCE AMENDING PROVISION PERTAINING TO ZONING REGULATIONS.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Scott, Taylor and Huston.  Motion carried. 

Moved by Taylor seconded by Scott to approve THIRD AND FINAL WAIVING AN ORDINANCE AMENDING PROVISION PERTAINING TO ZONING REGULATIONS.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Scott, Taylor and Huston.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Ordinance # 464.

Moved by Huston seconded by Scott to approve closing of Main Steet during the Wyoming Fair parade.  Application will be filed with the DOT.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Scott, Taylor and Huston.  Motion carried. 

Sheriff’s report was reviewed.  Electric scooters were discussed.

Progress has been made at 307 N. Oak Street.  An extension will be given for third dumpster delivered today. 

Moved by Huston seconded by Taylor to send a final letter with what is expected regarding the dogs at 310 N. Washington. Roll call vote.  Aye-Scott, Taylor and Huston.  Motion carried.

Moved by Huston seconded by Scott to approve having attorney prepare and Ordinance by adding sections of property maintenance.  Roll  call vote.  Aye- Scott, Taylor and Huston.  Motion carried. 

Moved by Taylor seconded by Huston to approve Resolution for FY 2022 Budget amendment.  Roll call vote.  Aye-  Scott, Taylor and Huston.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution #2106.

Moved by Scott seconded by Huston to approve adding a City Hall cell phone for Clerk’s office.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Scott, Taylor and Huston.  Motion carried. 

Moved by Huston seconded by Scott to approve Resolution for Jones County Tourism FY 2023 allocation of $ 156.90.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Scott, Taylor and Huston.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 2107.

Moved by Huston seconded by Taylor to approve the Resolution for Jones County Economic Development FY 2023 allotment of $250.00.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Scott, Taylor and Huston.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 2108.

Moved by Scott seconded by Taylor to approve Resolution for Jones County Safe & Healthy Youth Coalition allocation for FY 2023 for $250.00.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Scott, Taylor and Huston.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 2109. 

Moved by Scott seconded by Taylor to approve Resolution for Midland Post Prom allocation given of $50.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Scott, Taylor and Huston.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 2110.

Moved by Scott seconded by Huston to approve Resolution for Jones County Senior Dining allocation for FY 2023 for $250.00.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Scott,  Taylor and Huston.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 2111. 

Clerk’s report was given on SLRF projects, employee costs with benefits and timeline for hiring City Clerk.

Moved by Scott seconded by Taylor to adjourn at 8:04 p.m. All aye.  Motion carried.

 

SPECIAL MEETING, April 19, 2022

The Special Meeting of the Wyoming City Council was held April 19, 2022 at the City Hall. Council members present were Leonard, Taylor and Michaud.  Absent:  Huston and Scott. Staff: Dirks, Gravel and Tjaden.  Visitor:  Derek Lumsden.

Mayor Agnitsch called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m.

Moved by Michaud seconded by Taylor to approve the agenda.  Roll call vote.  Aye- Michaud, Leonard and Taylor.  Motion carried.

Moved by Michaud seconded by Leonard to set May 9th, 2022 as the deadline for the garage and junk abatement at 307 N. Oak Street.  After that the City will hire a contractor to do it and access costs to property owner.  Roll call vote.  Aye- Michaud, Leonard and Taylor.  Motion carried. 

Moved by Taylor seconded by Michaud to contact attorney for the next step and the City’s liability regarding the “vicious” dogs at loose from 310 N. Washington.  Residents did not respond to letter sent by the City.  Roll call vote.  Aye- Michaud, Leonard and Taylor.  Motion carried. 

Moved by Taylor seconded by Michaud to approve the procurement policy for the CDBG-CV grant -Fairgrounds.  Roll call vote.  Aye- Michaud, Leonard and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution #2103.

Moved by Michaud seconded by Leonard to approve subrecipient agreement for CDBG-CV grant.  Roll call vote.  Aye- Michaud, Leonard and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 2104.  Public Hearing for the grant will be May 10, 2022 at 7 p.m.

Moved by Taylor seconded by Michaud to approve FY 2023 street repair list in the amount of $68,863.20.  Roll call vote.  Aye- Michaud, Leonard and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution #2105.

Update on Zoning Map and SLFRF uses were discussed.  Clerk will check into using the funds for the abatements.

Moved by Taylor seconded by Leonard to approve the bills.  Roll call vote.  Aye- Michaud, Leonard and Taylor.  Motion carried.

 

ANAMOSA JOURNAL

LEGAL PUBLICATIONS

 $            8.01

CASEY’S MM

FUEL

 $       308.55

CHEMRIGHT LABS

SW/WA SERV

 $       123.00

IOWA PRISON INDUSTRIES

CITY SUP

 $       120.45

KOCH

COPY MACH SERV

 $         63.49

MIDLAND POST PROM

ALLOCATION

 $         50.00

QCANALYSTIC SERVICE

SW SERV

 $         82.75

USA BLUEBOOK

WA/SW SUP

 $       184.06

VISA CARD

CALKINS

 $         39.58

   

 $       979.89

Moved by Leonard seconded by Michaud to adjourn at 7:38 p.m.  All aye.  Motion carried.

 

REGULAR MEETING, April 12, 2022

The regular meeting of the Wyoming City Council was held April 12, 2022 at the Wyoming City Hall. Council members present were Scott, Taylor, Leonard and Michaud.  Staff present:  Dirks, Bahrke and Gravel.   Visitors:  Dustin Klein.

Mayor Agnitsch called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m.

Moved by Leonard seconded by Scott to approve the consent agenda.   Roll call vote.  Aye- Scott, Michaud, Taylor and Leonard.  Motion carried.

 

AFLAC                        

EMPL INS

 $        106.20

AGVANTAGE FS, INC            

CALKINS/LIB/CITY/WHMC

 $     1,297.17

 

ALLIANT ENERGY/IPL           

MARCH UTIL

 $     3,942.53

 

WOODWARD COMMUNITY MEDIA     

LEGAL PUBLICATIONS

 $           70.25

 

BACKYARD GARDENS             

CALKINS SERV

 $           51.00

 

BAKER & TAYLOR               

LIBR SUP

 $           87.61

 

BARNHART CONSTRUCTION

CALKINS SERV/SUP

 $   11,759.32

 

BEAR CREEK REPAIR            

TRACTOR REPAIR                  

 $     3,026.59

 

CALIFORNIA STATE 

EMPL DEDUCTION

 $        502.00

 

CALIFORNIA STATE 

EMPL DEDUCTION

 $        179.45

 

CASEY’S BUSINESS MASTERCARD  

CITY FUEL

 $        392.34

 

CHEM RIGHT LABORATORIES      

SW/WA LABS

 $        233.00

 

CITY OF WYOMING              

WA/SW TRANSFERS

 $   18,113.50

 

CITY OF WYOMING              

UTILITIES

 $        339.50

 

CITY OF WYOMING              

USDA LOAN TRANSFER

 $     7,794.00

 

CLARK’S SAW CENTER           

CITY SUP

 $           39.58

 

COLO PUBLIC LIBRARY          

LIBR SUP

 $           16.00

 

DELTA INDUSTRIES INC         

SW SUP

 $     2,803.79

 

FRANZEN FAMILY USED TRACTORS 

MOWER SUP                     

 $           20.00

 

HAWKINS              

WA/SW SUP

 $     2,450.73

 

HOLLY’S TOWN SUPER MARKET

CITY SUP

 $           10.68

 

HOLLY’S TOWN SUPER MARKET

WHMC SUP

 $        369.80

 

IOWA ASSOC OF MUNICIPAL UTIL 

DUES                      

 $        355.41

 

IOWA PRISON INDUSTRIES       

ST SIGNS

 $           80.80

 

IPERS                        

RETIREMENT

 $     1,465.05

 

IRS                          

WITHHOLDING

 $     1,781.38

 

JOHN DEERE FINANCIAL

WA/ST SUP

 $           72.42

 

JONES COUNTY AUDITOR         

WHMC RENTAL

 $           50.00

 

JONES COUNTY SHERIFF         

FINAL FY 22

 $     1,430.00

 

JONES COUNTY SOLID WASTE

FY2022 Q4

 $     1,287.50

 

KLUESNER SANITATION      

CONRACT

 $     3,386.60

 

LYNCH DALLAS, PC             

CHILDCARE/CITY/CALKINS

 $     2,021.25

 

ACCESS SYSTEMS               

LIBR/CITY SERV

 $        165.84

 

NORTH EAST IA REGIONAL LEAGUE

DUES

 $           10.00

 

PER MAR SECURITY SERVICES    

LIBR/WHMC SERV

 $        282.36

 

PODHASKI INSURANCE      

ALL DEPT INSURANCE

 $   77,074.00

 

PODHASKI INSURANCE     

WA USDA BOND

 $        100.00

 

QCANALYSTIC SERVICES         

SW SERV

 $        142.00

 

QUILL LLC                    

CITY SUP

 $        123.82

 

COMMAND SECURITY SOLUTIONS   

CITY/CALKINS

 $        441.96

 

SOPER PLBG. & HTG.           

CALKINS SUP/SERV

 $        779.98

 

TREASURER, STATE OF IOWA     

WATER EXCISE TAX

 $     1,540.23

 

TREASURER, STATE OF IOWA     

SALES TAX

 $        422.79

 

TREASURER, STATE OF IOWA     

STATE WITHHOLDING

 $        891.00

 

U.S. CELLULAR                

CITY/AMB SERV

 $        136.73

 

UNITED HEALTHCARE            

HEALTH INS

 $     7,260.73

 

USA BLUEBOOK                 

WA/SW SUP

 $        999.09

 

USDA,RURAL DEVELOPMENT       

WA LOAN

 $        866.00

 

UTILITY EQUIPMENT CO

WA SUPPLIES

 $     1,697.66

 

VISA                         

CITY/LIBR SUP

 $     2,222.74

 

CAPITAL ONE                  

LIBR SUP

 $        172.66

 

WYOMING MUTUAL TELEPHONE 

ALL DEPT PHONE

 $        872.56

 

WYOMING WELDING

CALKINS SERV

 $        200.00

 
   

 $ 161,937.60

 

Revenue and Expenses for March 2022

Funds

 

Revenue

 

Expenses

General

 

7185.78

 

6950.00

Library Regular

 

1186.78

 

3431.12

Library Special

 

142.61

 

52.00

Wyoming Hist. Museum

 

3471.94

 

1061.68

Calkins

 

7.52

 

4128.67

Calkins Barn

 

2603.75

   

ARP

 

1.70

   

Road Use Tax

 

3266.28

 

3151.10

Trust & Agency

 

740.10

 

2820.70

Local Option Tax

 

8918.50

   

Rohwedder Trust

 

16.98

   

Water

 

15508.44

 

8904.70

Water Deposit

 

200.00

 

295.66

Water Sinking Fund

 

1873.33

 

866.00

Sewer

 

25770.93

 

22749.47

Sewer Sinking

 

16240.17

   

Storm Sewer

 

331.13

   

Childcare Enterprise

 

400.19

   

Totals

 

87866.13

 

54411.10

Public Works report was given.

Moved by Taylor seconded by Michaud to approve Statement of Substantial Completion for the W. Webster Street water project.  Roll call vote. Aye-Scott, Michaud, Taylor and Leonard.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 2089.

Moved by Scott seconded by Leonard to approve amendment to engineering agreement for additional project changes due to improperly located utilities in the amount of $13,770 bringing total contract to $98,270.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Scott, Michaud, Taylor and Leonard.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 2090.

Moved by Taylor seconded by Michaud to pay Kluesner Construction $2,744.00 for church parking lot water project area.  Amount to be deducted from Kueter’s contract since the contractor was already paid.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Scott, Michaud, Taylor and Leonard.  Motion carried. 

Moved by Scott seconded by Leonard to approve the 2021 Water Quality report and send it in the water bills.  Roll call vote.   Aye-Scott, Michaud, Taylor and Leonard.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 2091.

Moved by Michaud seconded by Leonard to approve FIRST READING OF AN ORDINANCE AMENDING PROVISION PERTAINING TO ZONING REGULATIONS.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Scott, Michaud, Taylor and Leonard.  Motion carried. 

Moved by Michaud seconded by Leonard to set Public Hearing for Zoning Map for May 10, 2022 at 7 pm.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Scott, Michaud, Taylor and Leonard.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 2092.

Moved by Michaud seconded by Taylor to apply for a CDBG-CV grant for the project at the fairgrounds.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Scott, Michaud, Taylor and Leonard.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 2093.

Moved by Leonard seconded by Scott to approve agreement with ECICOG to write the grant and use ECICOG as the administer of the project.  Roll call vote. 

Aye-Scott, Michaud, Taylor and Leonard.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 2094.

Moved by Taylor seconded by Leonard to approve $50 allocation to Midland Post Prom.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Scott, Michaud, Taylor and Leonard.  Motion carried. 

Moved by Leonard seconded by Taylor to approve an Urban Chicken permit for 405 W. Main Street.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Scott, Michaud, Taylor and Leonard.  Motion carried. 

Sheriff’s report was reviewed.

Moved by Leonard seconded by Scott to deny an extension and set a special meeting for 307 N. Oak Street Notice to Abate for April 19,, 2022 at 7 pm.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Scott, Michaud, Taylor and Leonard.  Motion carried. 

Moved by Scott seconded by Taylor to approve setting the Public Hearing for FY 2022 amendment for May 10, 2022 at 7 pm. Roll call vote.  Aye-Scott, Michaud, Taylor and Leonard.  Motion carried. Clerk assigned Resolution # 2095.

Moved by Michaud seconded by Leonard to approve the Resolution rescinding SLFRF funds to be used for the water project.  Roll call vote.  Aye- Scott, Michaud, Taylor and Leonard.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 2096.

Moved by Taylor seconded by Scott to approve Resolution for SLFRF funds to be used for general government.  Roll call vote.  Aye-  Scott, Michaud, Taylor and Leonard.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution #2097.

Moved by Michaud seconded by Taylor to approve Insurance Policy and blanket bond with EMC Insurance.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Scott, Michaud, Taylor and Leonard.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 2098.

Moved by Leonard seconded by Scott to approve Resolution for wages for Calkins employee David Flores at $15.91.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Scott, Michaud, Taylor and Leonard.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 2099.

Moved by Taylor seconded by Leonard to approve the sharing agreement with Midland for HR for FY 2023.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Scott, Michaud, Taylor and Leonard.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 2100.

Moved by Michaud seconded by Leonard to approve sharing agreement with Midland for Operations Director for FY 2023.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Scott, Michaud, Taylor and Leonard.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 2101. 

Moved by Leonard seconded by Taylor to approve sharing agreement with Midland for Business Official-Other for FY 2023.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Scott, Michaud, Taylor and Leonard.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 2102.

Special Meeting will be held Tuesday, April 19, 2022 at 7 p.m.

Moved by Taylor seconded by Scott to adjourn at 8:40 p.m. All aye.  Motion carried.

 

REGULAR MEETING, March 8, 2022

The regular meeting of the Wyoming City Council was held March 8, 2022 at the Wyoming City Hall. Council members present were Huston, Scott, Taylor, Leonard and Michaud.  Staff present:  Dirks and Tjaden.  

Mayor Agnitsch called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m.

Moved by Huston seconded by Leonard to approve the consent agenda.   Roll call vote.  Aye- Huston, Scott, Michaud, Taylor and Leonard.  Motion carried.

ACCESS SYSTEMS               

LIBR SERV

 $        10.99

AFLAC                        

EMPLOYEE INSURANCE

 $      106.20

AGVANTAGE FS        

LP /FUEL ALL DEPTS

 $   4,213.86

AGVANTAGE FS        

LP/ALL DEPTS

 $   3,363.54

ALLIANT ENERGY           

ALL

 $   3,869.59

BAKER & TAYLOR               

LIBR SUPP

 $        18.24

BARNHART CONSTRUCTION

CALKINS SERV

 $   1,690.75

BLADE PEST CONTROL

CALKINS SERV

 $      118.00

CALIFORNIA STATE DISBURSEMENT

PAYROLL

 $      502.00

CALIFORNIA STATE DISBURSEMENT

PAYROLL

 $      132.80

CAPITAL ONE-WALMART     

LIBR SUPP

 $        92.15

CASEY’S BUSINESS MASTERCARD  

CITY SUPP

 $      281.29

CHEM RIGHT LABORATORIES      

WA/SW SERV

 $      233.00

CITY OF WYOMING              

UTILITIES

 $      339.50

CITY OF WYOMING              

WA/SW TRANSFERS

 $ 18,113.50

CITY OF WYOMING              

POSTAGE

 $           2.34

COMMAND SEC. SOLUTIONS

CITY/CALKINS SERV

 $        62.00

HAWKINS              

WA SUPP

 $      133.06

IMFOA                        

DUES

 $      100.00

IOWA ASSOC OF MUNICIPAL UTIL 

DUES

 $      631.00

IPERS                        

RETIREMENT

 $   1,472.01

IRS                          

WITHHOLDING

 $   1,816.51

JONES CO ENGINEER

BRIDGE INSPECTION

 $      120.00

J & R SUPPLY                 

WA/SW SUPP

 $      381.00

KLUESNER SANITATION    

CONTRACT

 $   3,372.25

QCANALYSTICS

SW SERV

 $      142.00

QUILL LLC                    

CITY SUPP

 $        83.97

RICHELLE DIRKS               

MILEAGE

 $        14.96

ROSTER TUCKPOINTING          

ZAPPO/NIXON CATALYST GRANT      

 $ 22,000.00

SHERI TJADEN                 

MILEAGE

 $        14.08

U.S. CELLULAR                

CITY SERV

 $      136.83

UNITED HEALTHCARE            

INSURANCE                       

 $   6,613.48

USDA,RURAL DEVELOPMENT       

WA LOAN

 $      866.00

VISA 

LIBR SUPP

 $   1,207.44

VISA CARD                    

CALKINS SUPP

 $      861.30

WOODWARD COMMUNITY MEDIA     

LEGAL PUBLICATIONS

 $      170.12

WYOMING AUTO PARTS           

ST SUPP

 $        25.98

WYOMING MUTUAL TELEPHONE

CITY/CALKINS/LIB

 $      871.12

TOTAL

 

 $ 74,182.86

Revenue and Expenses for February 2022

Funds

 

Revenue

 

Expenses

General

 

3836.49

 

29607.19

Library Regular

 

1151.59

 

2451.14

Library Special

 

.04

   

Wyoming Hist. Museum

 

256.85

 

1068.29

Calkins

 

6.89

 

4668.12

Calkins Barn

 

853.35

   

ARP

 

1.52

   

Road Use Tax

 

5754.42

 

3488.08

Trust & Agency

 

107.75

 

2623.14

Rohwedder Trust

 

15.34

   

Water

 

14632.62

 

8334.40

Water Deposit

 

200.00

   

Water Sinking Fund

 

1873.33

 

866.00

Sewer

 

24771.18

 

22789.59

Sewer Sinking

 

16240.17

   

Storm Sewer

 

311.63

   

Childcare Enterprise

 

700.14

   

Totals

 

70713.31

 

75895.95

Mayor Agnitsch opened the Public Hearing on the Budget for FY 2023 at 7:01.

No speakers for or against.  No papers filed.

Moved by Taylor seconded by Michaud to close the Public Hearing at 7:02 p.m.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Scott, Michaud, Taylor and Leonard.  Motion carried. 

Moved by Leonard seconded by Scott to approve the FIRST READING OF AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING CREDIT FOR SEWER USER FEES.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Scott, Michaud, Taylor and Leonard.  Motion carried.  

Moved by Huston seconded by Taylor to WAIVE SECOND AND THIRD READING OF AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING CREDIT FOR SEWER FEES.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Scott, Michaud, Taylor and Leonard.  Motion carried.  

Moved by Leonard seconded by Scott to approve  FINAL READING OF AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING CREDT FOR SEWER USER FEES.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Scott, Michaud, Taylor and Leonard.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Ordinance # 435.

Public Works report was reviewed.

Sheriff’s report was reviewed.

Moved by Huston seconded by Leonard to approve Liquor License renewal for RACKS Swinging Door contingent on all paperwork.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Scott, Michaud, Taylor and Leonard.  Motion carried. 

Moved by Michaud seconded by Scott to approve the FY 2023 contract with Wyoming Vol. Fire Company.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Scott, Michaud, Taylor and Leonard.  Motion carried. Clerk assigned Resolution # 2086.

Moved by Taylor seconded by Huston to approve the Resolution for indemnification agreement with Midland for the childcare building regarding USDA grant agreements.  Roll call vote.  Aye- Huston, Scott, Michaud, Taylor and Leonard.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 2087.

Moved by Scott seconded by Huston to approve Budget FY 2023. Roll call vote.  Aye- Huston, Scott, Michaud, Taylor and Leonard.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution #2088.

Moved by Huston seconded by Michaud to adjourn at 7:27 p.m. All aye.  Motion carried.

 

__________________________            ______________________________

Steve Agnitsch, Mayor                              Attest: Sheri Tjaden, City Clerk

REGULAR MEETING, February 8, 2022

The regular meeting of the Wyoming City Council was held February 8, 2022 at the Wyoming City Hall. Council members present were Scott, Taylor, Leonard and Michaud.  Absent:  Huston.  Staff present:  Dirks, Gravel and Tjaden.  Visitors:  Derek Lumsden- JCED, Graver, Ekhardt and Macke-Sheriff’s Department.

Mayor Agnitsch called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m.

Moved by Taylor seconded by Leonard to approve the consent agenda.   Roll call vote.  Aye- Scott, Michaud, Taylor and Leonard.  Motion carried.

AFLAC                        

EMPLOYEE DEDUCTION

$132.75

AGVANTAGE FS       

DIESEL                          

$176.81

AMAZON CAPITAL SERVICES      

CITY SUPP             

$29.07

AMAZON CAPITAL SERVICES      

CITY/CALKINS SUPP

$30.94

BACKYARD GARDENS

CALKINS SERV

$204.00

BAKER & TAYLOR               

LIBRARY SUPP                   

$15.68

CALIFORNIA STATE DISBURSEMENT

EMPLOYEE DEDUCTION

$637.31

CALIFORNIA STATE DISBURSEMENT

EMPLOYEE DEDUCTION

$175.00

CAPITAL ONE                  

LIBR SUP

$239.65

CHEM RIGHT LABORATORIES      

WA/ SW LABS

$153.00

CITY OF WYOMING              

UTILITIES

$339.50

CITY OF WYOMING              

WA/SW TRANSFERS

$18,113.50

COMMAND SECURITY SOLUTIONS   

MUSEUM/LIBR SERV

$62.00

HAWKINS, INC.                

WA SUPP

$130.56

IOWA ASSOC OF MUNICIPAL UTIL 

DUES

$355.41

IOWA ONE CALL                

WA SERV

$4.50

IPERS                        

RETIREMENT

$1,961.79

IRS                          

WITHHOLDINGS

$2,422.83

JOHN DEERE FINANCIAL

ST SUPP

$57.97

JONES COUNTY AUDITOR         

NOV 21 ELECTION                 

$1,103.02

KLUESNER SANITATION  

CONTRACT

$3,343.55

QCANALYSTIC SERV

SW

$142.00

SOPER PLBG. & HTG.           

CALKINS SERV

$551.73

UNITED HEALTHCARE            

INSURANCE                       

$6,613.48

USDA,RURAL DEVELOPMENT       

WA LOAN

$866.00

VISA                         

ST SUPP/LIBR SUPP                       

$276.73

WOODWARD COMMUNITY MEDIA     

LEGAL PUBLICATION

$187.17

WYOMING AUTO PARTS           

HYD FLUID                       

$77.16

WYOMING MUTUAL TELEPHONE

LIBR/CITY/CALKINS SERV

$868.12

WYOMING WELDING

CALKINS SERV

$300.00

TOTAL

 

$39,571.23

Revenue and Expenses for January 2022

Funds

 

Revenue

 

Expenses

General

 

4582.12

 

21704.08

Library Regular

 

946.90

 

3149.28

Library Special

 

52.04

   

Wyoming Hist. Museum

 

428.74

 

1243.95

Calkins

 

7.74

 

2855.14

Calkins Barn

 

1453.64

   

ARP

 

1.68

   

Road Use Tax

 

5927.96

 

4243.52

Trust & Agency

 

194.29

 

2889.14

Local Option Sales Tax

 

5249.15

   

Rohwedder Trust

 

16.98

   

Water

 

14988.50

 

12267.19

Water Deposit

 

400.00

 

200.00

Water Grant

 

52372.48

 

52372.48

Water Sinking Fund

 

1873.33

 

866.00

Sewer

 

25520.78

 

23738.58

Sewer Sinking

 

16240.17

   

Storm Sewer

 

313.74

   

Childcare Enterprise

 

400.14

   

Totals

 

130970.38

 

125529.39

Mayor Agnitsch opened the Public Hearing on the Max Levy FY 2023 at 7:01.

Proposed Max Levy is 13.44345.  Current FY 2022 levy is for $176,988.  Proposed levy for FY 2023 is for $188,022.  This is a 6.23 increase due to higher building insurance, health insurance and police contract.  No speakers for or against.  No papers filed.

Moved by Michaud seconded by Scott to close the Public Hearing at 7:02 p.m.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Scott, Michaud, Taylor and Leonard.  Motion carried. 

Moved by Scott seconded by Leonard to approve amending the Traffic Resolution to include no parking at the corner of W. Main Street and S. Washington Street.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Scott, Michaud, Taylor and Leonard.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 2077.

Moved by Leonard seconded by Taylor to not allow water hose running, proof of repair is needed and there will be a ten-year limit.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Scott, Michaud, Taylor and Leonard.  Motion carried.  

Moved by Taylor seconded by Leonard to deny request for sewer fee credit at

510 E. Green Street.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Scott, Michaud, Taylor and Leonard.  Motion carried.  

Public Works reported.

Sheriff’s report was reviewed.

Moved by Taylor seconded by Leonard to approve Liquor License renewal for Holly’s Town Super Market contingent on all paperwork.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Scott, Michaud, Taylor and Leonard.  Motion carried. 

Moved by Taylor seconded by Scott to approve the Max Levy Resolution for FY 2023 at $188,022. Roll call vote.  Aye- Scott, Michaud, Taylor and Leonard.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 2078.

Moved by Scott seconded by Taylor to set Public Hearing on Budget FY 2023 for March February 8, 2022 at 7 p.m. Roll call vote.  Aye- Scott, Michaud, Taylor and Leonard.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution #2079.

Moved by Michaud seconded by Scott to approve Resolution for increase in wages for Deputy Clerk to $14.56.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Scott, Michaud, Taylor and Leonard.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 2080.

Moved by Michaud seconded by Leonard to approve the employee health insurance policy effective April 1, 2022.  Roll call vote.  Aye- Scott, Michaud,  Taylor and Leonard.  Motion carried.   Clerk assigned Resolution # 2081.

Moved by Leonard seconded by Scott to approve replacing plywood with windows in the upper story of Library using balance of roof funds pledged if Library will cover the balance.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Scott, Michaud, Taylor and Leonard.  Motion carried. 

Moved by Taylor seconded by Michaud to approve  Resolution for agreement with Speer Financial.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Scott, Michaud, Taylor and Leonard.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 2082.

Moved by Leonard seconded by Scott to approve Resolution for wages for Librarian to be City cyber security tech and help with technology.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Scott, Michaud, Taylor and Leonard.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 2083.

Moved by Michaud seconded by Taylor to approve paying $22,000 on invoice for developer regarding the Catalyst Grant.  Agreement will be drawn up and funds will be reimbursed by the grant.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Scott, Michaud, Taylor and Leonard.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 2084.

Moved by Taylor seconded by Leonard to approve two hour minimum for Bahrke Calkins wages.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Scott, Michaud, Taylor and Leonard.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 2085.

Clerk reported  on N. Washington Street funding, ARPA funding and Non-profit information from the League of Cities.

Items for the next agenda

Moved by Leonard seconded by Scott to adjourn at 8:25 p.m. All aye.  Motion carried.

 

SPECIAL MEETING, January 18, 2022

The Special Meeting of the Wyoming City Council was held January 18, 2022 at the City Hall. Council members present were Scott, Taylor, Huston and Michaud.  Absent:  Leonard. Staff: Tjaden. 

Mayor Agnitsch called the meeting to order at 6:30 p.m.

Moved by Scott seconded by Huston to approve the agenda.  Roll call vote.  Aye- Michaud, Scott, Huston and Taylor.  Motion carried.

Moved by Scott seconded by Taylor to get quote from Speer for financial advisor.

Roll call vote.  Aye- Michaud, Scott, Huston, Taylor.  Motion carried. 

Moved by Taylor seconded by Scott to put a notification on facebook and the newsletter asking for feedback on the building at 156 W. Main Street.  Roll call vote.  Aye- Michaud, Scott, Huston, Taylor.  Motion carried. 

Moved by Huston seconded by Taylor to approve changes to the draft Ordinance authorizing a credit for sewer user fees.  Roll call vote.  Aye- Michaud, Scott, Huston, Taylor.  Motion carried. 

Moved by Taylor seconded by Michaud to approve bills.  Roll call vote.  Aye- Michaud, Scott, Huston and Taylor.  Motion carried.

CASEY’S MM

FUEL

 $       413.07

CHEMRIGHT LABS

SW SERV

 $         80.00

KOCH OFFICE GROUP

CITY SERV

 $         63.13

QCANALYSTIC SERVICE

SW SERV

 $       132.00

VISA CARD

CALKINS

 $       131.66

   

 $       819.86

Budget workshop was held.

Moved by Huston seconded by Michaud to adjourn at 7:36 p.m.  All aye.  Motion carried.

 

2022 Minutes

REGULAR MEETING, January 11, 2022

The regular meeting of the Wyoming City Council was held January 11, 2022 at the Wyoming City Hall. Council members present were Scott, Taylor, Leonard, Michaud and Huston.  Staff present:  Dirks and Tjaden.  Visitors:  Jacki Luckstead-Jones County Extension, Caleb Bonjour-Midland Superintendent, Derek Lumsden- JCED, Journal Eureka, Brenda Anders and Faron Fritz.

Mayor Agnitsch called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m.

Moved by Taylor seconded by Huston to approve the consent agenda.   Roll call vote.  Aye- Scott, Michaud, Huston, Taylor and Leonard.  Motion carried.

AFLAC                        

INSURANCE                 

 $      106.20

AGVANTAGE FS

LP

 $   3,429.44

ALLIANT

UTILITIES

 $   3,699.18

BAKER & TAYLOR               

LIBR SUP

 $      162.11

BLADE PEST CONTROL

CALKINS SERV

 $      118.00

CALIFORNIA STATE

GARNISHMENT                     

 $      502.00

CALIFORNIA STATE

GARNISHMENT                     

 $      132.80

CAPITAL ONE                  

WALMART/LIBR/CITY SUP

 $      241.28

CASEY’S BUSINESS MASTERCARD  

CITY FUEL

 $      391.83

CHEM RIGHT LABORATORIES      

WA/SW LABS

 $      233.00

CITIZENS STATE BANK          

NSF

 $           5.00

CITIZENS STATE BANK          

LOCK BOX

 $        27.00

CITY OF WYOMING              

WA/SW TRANSFERS

 $ 18,113.50

CITY OF WYOMING              

WA/SW UTILITIES

 $      339.50

COMMAND SECURITY SOLUTIONS   

CALKINS/CITY SERV

 $        62.00

DICKSY CATHEY-BRYANT

DEPOSIT REFUND

 $      100.00

GEHL LAWN SERVICE            

CALKINS SERV

 $      200.00

GWEN SYDER ESTATE

DEPOSIT REFUND

 $      100.00

HAWKINS

WA SUP

 $      217.36

IPERS                        

RETIREMENT

 $   1,731.89

IRS                          

WITHHOLDING

 $   2,899.91

J & R SUPPLY                 

WA SUP

 $      300.30

JOHN DEERE FINANCIAL

WA/ST SUP

 $        28.35

JONES COUNTY SHERIFF         

FINAL ON 22 CONTRACT

 $ 14,304.50

KLUESNER SANITATION

CONTRACT

 $   3,343.55

PODHASKI INSURANCE

CYBER INSURANCE                 

 $      457.65

QCANALYSTIC SERVICES         

WA LABS

 $      307.29

QUILL             

CITY SUP

 $        33.12

RICHELLE DIRKS               

MILEAGE

 $        14.96

SOPER PLBG. & HTG.           

MUESEUM SERV

 $      334.80

TREASURER, STATE OF IOWA     

WA TAX

 $      755.61

TREASURER, STATE OF IOWA     

PAYROLL TAXES

 $      946.00

U S CELLULAR

AMB/CITY PHONE

 $      136.83

UNITED HEALTHCARE            

HEALTH INSURANCE

 $   6,613.48

USDA,RURAL DEVELOPMENT       

WA LOAN

 $      866.00

UTILITY EQUIPMENT COMPANY    

WA SUP

 $   1,496.00

VISA                         

CITY ST/LIBR SUP

 $      666.91

WOODWARD COMMUNITY MEDIA     

LEGAL PUBLICATIONS

 $      247.32

WYOMING AUTO PARTS           

ST SUP

 $      196.87

WYOMING MUTUAL TELEPHONE

LIBR/CITY/CALKINS SERV

 $   1,089.64

WYOMING WELDING      

ST REPAIRS

 $        65.00

TOTAL

 

 $ 65,016.18

Revenue and Expenses for December 2021

Funds

 

Revenue

 

Expenses

General

 

16,688.71

 

14,757.61

Library Regular

 

5,100.22

 

2,775.17

Library Special

 

.04

 

32.47

Wyoming Hist. Museum

 

15,701.86

 

484.71

Calkins

 

7.82

 

4,488.88

Calkins Barn

 

3.64

   

ARP

 

1.65

   

Road Use Tax

 

5,207.91

 

3,827.08

Trust & Agency

 

3,225.40

 

3,136.11

Local Option Sales Tax

 

5,249.15

   

Rohwedder Trust

 

21,398.46

   

Water

 

15,243.04

 

11,569.83

Water Deposit

 

800.00

 

545.00

Water Grant

       

Water Sinking Fund

 

1,873.33

 

2,388.50

Sewer

 

25,406.89

 

24,393.43

Sewer Sinking

 

16,240.17

 

29,433.75

Storm Sewer

 

327.13

   

Childcare Enterprise

 

400.12

   

Totals

 

132,875.54

 

97,832.54

Hearing with the Council was requested by 310 N. Washington Street due to a high-water bill.

Moved by Scott seconded by Leonard to approve a credit of $230 for sewer charge.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Scott, Michaud, Huston, Taylor and Leonard.  Motion carried.  An Ordinance for the policy will be on the next agenda.

Bonjour addressed the Council regarding possible sharing agreements for staff between the school and city.  Agreements will be as needed.

Moved by Scott seconded by Michaud to approve the sharing agreement with Midland for HR/Personnel Manager.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Scott, Michaud, Huston, Taylor and Leonard.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 2069.

Moved by Taylor seconded by Leonard to approve sharing agreement with Midland for School Business Official-Other.  This position would help with technology. Roll call vote.  Aye-Scott, Michaud, Huston, Taylor and Leonard.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 2070.  

Moved by Huston seconded by Leonard to approve sharing agreement with Midland for Operations Director.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Scott, Michaud, Huston, Taylor and Leonard.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 2071.

Luckstead presented information on the Jones County Extension & Outreach Summer Discovery Camp 2022 and requested funding.

Lumsden presented the Council with funding possibilities for the building at 156 W. Main Street.

Moved by Leonard seconded by Scott to table any action at 156 W. Main Street.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Scott, Michaud, Huston, Taylor and Leonard.  Motion carried.  

Moved by Michaud seconded by Taylor to approve FIRST READING OF AN ORDINANCE TO CORRECT LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF ALLEYS VACATED.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Scott, Michaud, Huston, Taylor and Leonard.  Motion carried. 

Moved by Huston seconded by Scott to approve WAIVING OF SECOND AND THIRD READING OF AN ORDINANCE TO CORRECT LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF ALLEYS VACATED.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Scott, Michaud, Huston, Taylor and Leonard.  Motion carried. 

Moved by Leonard seconded by Taylor to approve FINAL READING OF AN ORDINANCE TO CORRECT LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF ALLEYS VACATED.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Scott, Michaud, Huston, Taylor and Leonard.  Motion carried.   Clerk assigned Ordinance # 434.

Sheriff’s report.

Moved by Huston seconded by Leonard to approve Jones County Sheriff’s contract for FY 2023 for $33,043.00.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Scott, Michaud, Huston, Taylor and Leonard.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 2072.

Moved by Michaud seconded by Leonard to approve liquor license renewal for Casey’s contingent upon fire inspection.  Roll call vote.  Aye- Scott, Michaud, Huston, Taylor and Leonard.  Motion carried. 

Moved by Huston seconded by Scott to set Public Hearing on Max levy for Budget FY 2023 for February 8, 2022 at 7 p.m. Roll call vote.  Aye- Scott, Michaud, Huston, Taylor and Leonard.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 2073.

2021 Wage report as follows:

Agnitsch, Steve

 

Mayor

 

 $         2,000.00

Bahrke, Levi

 

Public Works/Calkins

 

 $       26,244.79

Cohear, Marilynn

 

Library

 

 $            207.00

Dirks, Richelle

 

City Hall

 

 $         9,573.84

Gravel, Rod

 

Public Works

 

 $       42,539.75

Huston, Kyle

 

Council

 

 $            600.00

Johnson, Lucile

 

Library

 

 $       12,026.34

Leonard, Kevin

 

Council

 

 $            600.00

Michaud, Tammy

 

Council

 

 $            400.00

Scott, Lee

 

Council

 

 $            560.00

Taylor, Craig

 

Council

 

 $            600.00

Tjaden, Sheri

 

City Hall

 

 $       34,147.52

Willman, Allen

 

Council

 

 $              40.00

Wright, Shirley

 

Library

 

 $            474.56

       

 $     130,013.80

Budget workshop meetings will start at 6:30 p.m.  Dates are January 18, 25 and February 1 if needed.

Moved by Leonard seconded by Scott to appoint the Journal- Eureka as the City of Wyoming’s official newspaper.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Scott, Michaud, Huston, Taylor and Leonard.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 2074.

Moved by Leonard seconded by Huston to appoint Jean Oberbreckling to the Jones County Economic Development Board.  Roll call vote.  Aye- Scott, Michaud, Huston, Taylor and Leonard.  Motion carried.  

Moved by Huston seconded by Leonard to approve  Resolution for standing committees and Mayor-protem.  No changes.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Scott, Michaud, Huston, Taylor and Leonard.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 2075.

Moved by Taylor seconded by Michaud to approve  Resolution for appointing City Clerk, Deputy Clerk, Public Works Superintendent, Public Works Assistant and Certified Operator for two-year terms.  No changes.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Scott, Michaud, Huston, Taylor and Leonard.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 2076.

Moved by Scott seconded by Taylor to adjourn at 8:36 p.m. All aye.  Motion carried.

2021 Minutes

REGULAR MEETING, December 14, 2021

The regular meeting of the Wyoming City Council was held December 14, 2021 at the Wyoming City Hall. Council members present were Scott, Taylor, Leonard, Michaud and Huston.  Staff present:  Gravel, Dirks and Tjaden.  Visitors:  Doug Herman-City Attorney, Harrison Fruend and Tracy Achenbach-ECICOG, Derek Lumsden- JCED and Sheriff Greg Graver.

Mayor Agnitsch called the meeting to order at 7:01 p.m.

Moved by Taylor seconded by Michaud to approve the consent agenda.   Roll call vote.  Aye- Scott, Michaud, Huston, Taylor and Leonard.  Motion carried.

ACCESS SYSTEMS               

LIBR SERV

 $        56.25

AFLAC                        

EMPLOY INS

 $      132.75

AGVANTAGE FS

LP/FUEL

 $   2,691.19

ALLIANT ENERGY/IPL           

ELECTRIC

 $   3,356.12

AMAZON CAPITAL SERVICES      

CITY SUP

 $        25.99

BACKYARD GARDENS

CALKINS SERV

 $      170.00

BAKER & TAYLOR               

LIBR SUP

 $        32.47

BARNHART CONSTRUCTION

CALKINS SERV

 $      445.22

CALIFORNIA STATE DISBURSEMENT

GARNISHMENT                     

 $      627.50

CALIFORNIA STATE DISBURSEMENT

GARNISHMENT                     

 $      198.51

CAPITAL ONE                  

LIBR SUP

 $      191.02

CHEM RIGHT LABORATORIES      

SW/WA SERV

 $      258.00

CITY OF WYOMING              

UTILITIES

 $      363.20

CITY OF WYOMING              

WA/SW TRANSFERS

 $ 18,113.50

COMMAND SECURITY SOLUTIONS   

CITY/CALKINS SERV

 $        62.00

GERARDY OUTDOOR POWER

CALKINS SUP

 $      818.99

HAWKINS, INC.                

WA SUP

 $      946.20

HOGAN HANSEN                 

AUDIT

 $   4,650.00

HOLLY’S TSM

CITY SUP

 $        23.25

IOWA FINANCE AUTHORITY       

SW LOAN

 $      253.75

IOWA FINANCE AUTHORITY       

SW LOAN

 $ 29,180.00

IOWA FINANCE AUTHORITY       

WA LOAN

 $   1,522.50

IOWA ONE CALL                

WA SERV

 $        12.60

IPERS                        

RETIREMENT

 $   1,868.67

IRS                          

WITHHOLDING

 $   2,342.85

JOHN DEERE FINANCIAL         

CALKINS SERV

 $      415.12

KLUESNER SANITATION    

CONTRACT

 $   3,343.55

MIDLAND FFA                  

CALKINS SUP

 $        15.00

OFFICE OF AUDITOR OF STATE   

FILING FEE                      

 $      175.00

PER MAR SECURITY SERVICES    

WHMC/LIBR SERV

 $      273.18

QCANALYSTICAL SERVICES

SW SERV

 $        66.00

SCHERRMAN’S IMPLEMENT        

CITY SUP

 $        94.75

SHERI TJADEN                 

MILEAGE

 $        14.08

STOREY KENWORTHY/MATT PARROTT

CITY SUP

 $      277.67

THOMAS MOWING

CALKIKNS SERV

 $      125.00

TREASURER, STATE OF IOWA     

WA TAX

 $      779.00

TRUENORTH                    

AD&D INS

 $      507.30

UNITED HEALTHCARE            

INSURANCE                       

 $   6,613.48

USA BLUEBOOK                 

WA SUP

 $      290.57

US CELLULAR

CITY SERV

 $      152.98

USDA,RURAL DEVELOPMENT       

WA LOAN

 $      866.00

VISA                         

BATTERIES/STRAINER              

 $      549.00

VISA CARD

CALKINS SUP

 $      456.67

WOODWARD COMMUNITY MEDIA     

LEGALS                          

 $      269.70

WYOMING AUTO PARTS           

CITY/CALKINS SUP

 $        50.64

WYOMING MUTUAL TELEPHONE

PHONE/INTERNET

 $      875.08

TOTAL

 

 $ 84,552.30

WATER GRANT

WHKS

ENGINEER

$    1,165.25

DORSEY & WHITNEY

BONDING ATTORNEY

$    9,414.50

KEUTER EQUIPMENT

CONTRACTOR

$  41,792.73

WATER GRANT TOTAL

 

$  52,372.48

     

Revenue and Expenses for November 2021

Funds

 

Revenue

 

Expenses

General

 

17387.30

 

13024.71

Library Regular

 

4941.14

 

1829.20

Library Special

 

.04

   

Wyoming Hist. Museum

 

2327.42

 

313.10

Calkins

 

8.03

 

3083.69

Calkins Barn

 

1553.46

   

ARP

 

130.23

   

Road Use Tax

 

4590.45

 

3175.57

Trust & Agency

 

3261.46

 

2797.30

Local Option Sales Tax

 

17990.06

   

Rohwedder Trust

 

14.67

   

Water

 

16005.56

 

16812.20

Water Deposit

 

200.00

 

304.34

Water Grant

 

85841.66

 

85841.66

Water Sinking Fund

 

1873.33

 

866.00

Sewer

 

24901.81

 

25473.36

Sewer Sinking

 

16240.17

   

Storm Sewer

 

315.36

   

Childcare Enterprise

 

500.10

   

Totals

 

198082.25

 

153521.13

Mayor Agnitsch opened the Public Hearing for the FY 2022 Budget amendment at 7:02.  No speakers for or against.  No papers filed.

Moved by Huston seconded by Scott to close the Public Hearing for FY 2022 Budget Amendment at 7:03 p.m.  Roll call vote.  Aye- Scott, Michaud, Huston, Taylor and Leonard.  Motion carried. 

Mayor Agnitsch opened the Public Hearing for the proposed Comprehensive Plan at 7:03.

Planning & Zoning has met and recommends the proposed plan.  No speakers for or against.  No papers filed.

Moved by Leonard seconded by Taylor to close the Public Hearing for the proposed Comprehensive Plan at 7:20.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Scott, Michaud, Huston, Taylor and Leonard.  Motion carried.

Moved by Scott seconded by Michaud to approve the City of Wyoming 2042 Comprehensive Plan.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Scott, Michaud, Huston, Taylor and Leonard.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 2059.

156 W. Main St. (Old drug store) was discussed.  Council will meet at the back door Sunday, December 19 at 1 p.m. to look at the building.

Herman  reported on discussion with USDA regarding the Childcare Loan/Grant.

Moved by Taylor seconded by Huston to submit the form to the USDA National Office for approval of the offer from the Midland School District. Roll call vote.  Aye-Scott, Michaud, Huston, Taylor and Leonard.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 2060.  

Moved by Michaud seconded by Huston to approve Resolution to amend FY 2022 budget.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Scott, Michaud, Huston, Taylor and Leonard.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 2061.

Moved by Huston seconded by Leonard to approve Longevity pay for City and Library employees.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Scott, Michaud, Huston, Taylor and Leonard.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 2062. 

Report from auditors on the FY 2021 annual exam was reviewed.

Moved by Huston seconded by Taylor to approve pay request #5 from Kueter Equipment Co. in the amount of $41,792.73.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Scott, Michaud, Huston, Taylor and Leonard.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 2063.

Moved by Taylor seconded by Michaud to approve change order #4 for an amount of $42,337.41.  Bringing total contract to $434,898.40.  Roll call vote.  Aye- Scott, Michaud, Huston, Taylor and Leonard.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 2064.

Quotes have been turned in to USDA for items to purchase with the grant funds.

Moved by Huston seconded by Scott to approve the agreement with Iowa DOT for Hwy 136 resurfacing project.  City will do parking on Main Street as part of their project. Roll call vote.  Aye- Scott, Michaud, Huston, Taylor and Leonard.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 2065.

Moved by Michaud seconded by Huston to approve sealcoat prices for FY 2022.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Scott, Michaud, Huston, Taylor and Leonard.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 2066.

Moved by Huston seconded by Leonard to approve locking in Wendling Quarries prices for 2022.  Roll call vote.  Aye- Scott, Michaud, Huston, Taylor and Leonard.  Motion carried.   Clerk assigned Resolution # 2067.

Public Works Report was given.

Sheriff’s report was reviewed.  Sheriff Graver presented contract for FY 2023.

Moved by Scott seconded by Leonard to approve  purchasing cyber insurance  Roll call vote.  Aye-Scott, Michaud, Huston, Taylor and Leonard.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 2068.

Oath of Office were given to Mayor Steve Agnitsch.  Also, Council members Michaud, Scott and Huston.

Budget workshop dates are January 18, 25 and February 1 if needed.

Moved by Leonard seconded by Scott to adjourn at 8:36 p.m. Roll call Vote. Aye- Scott, Michaud, Huston, Taylor and Leonard.  Motion carried.

SPECIAL MEETING, November 23, 2021

The Special Meeting of the Wyoming City Council was held November 23, 2021 at the City Hall. Council members present were Taylor, Huston and Leonard.  Also, Scott by phone.  Absent: Michaud.   Staff: Tjaden. 

Mayor Agnitsch called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m.

Moved by Leonard seconded by Taylor to approve the agenda.  Roll call vote.  Aye- Leonard, Scott, Huston and Taylor.  Motion carried.

Moved by Huston seconded by Leonard to approve Resolution for conflict waiver with Lynch Dallas regarding sale of Learning Center to Midland School.   Roll call vote.  Aye- Leonard, Scott, Huston, Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 2055.

Moved by Taylor seconded by Huston to approve Resolution to appoint Lynch Dallas as City Attorney for new items.  Roll call vote.  Aye- Leonard, Scott, Huston, Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 2056.

Moved by Huston seconded by Taylor to approve purchase agreement with Midland for the Learning Center contingent upon USDA approval at the National level.  Roll call vote.  Aye- Leonard, Scott, Huston, Taylor.  Motion carried. 

Moved by Huston seconded by Taylor to approve Resolution to approve scope of services and agreement with ECICOG to update the City’s  Zoning Map not to exceed $500.00.  Aye- Leonard, Scott, Huston, Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 2057.

Moved by Taylor seconded by Huston to approve Resolution for tax abatement at 107 E. Main Street.  Roll call vote.  Aye- Leonard, Scott, Huston, Taylor.  Motion carried.   Clerk assigned Resolution # 2058.

Moved by Huston seconded by Scott to approve bills.  Roll call vote.  Aye- Leonard, Scott, Huston and Taylor.  Motion carried.

ALLIANT ENERGY

ELECTRIC

 $    3,440.27

CASEY’S MM

FUEL

 $       195.76

GWORKS

TAX FORMS

 $         49.61

HOLLYS TOWN SUPER MARKET

CORRECTION FOR 284.43

 $       264.46

POST 259

FLAGS

 $         49.00

US CELLULAR

CITY SERV

 $       133.34

VISA CARD

CALKINS

 $         49.76

   

 $    4,182.20

Moved by Scott seconded by Huston to adjourn at 7:16 p.m.  All aye.  Motion carried.

 

REGULAR MEETING, November 9, 2021

The regular meeting of the Wyoming City Council was held November 9, 2021 at the Wyoming City Hall. Council members present were Taylor, Leonard, Michaud and Huston.  Staff present:  Gravel, Dirks and Tjaden.  Visitors:  Derek Lumsden.

Mayor Agnitsch called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m.

Moved by Huston seconded by Leonard to approve the consent agenda.   Roll call vote.  Aye- Michaud, Huston, Taylor and Leonard.  Motion carried.

AFLAC                        

EMPL INS

 $        106.20

AMAZON CAPITAL SERVICES      

CALKINS/WA SUP

 $        167.36

BACKYARD GARDENS

CALKINS SERV

 $        260.50

BAKER & TAYLOR               

LIBR SUP

 $          11.76

BLADE PEST CONTROL

CALKINS SERV

 $        118.00

BOOMERANG                    

WA SERV

 $     3,237.50

BROWN SUPPLY   

WA SUP

 $        430.00

CALIFORNIA STATE

PAYROLL

 $        546.79

CALIFORNIA STATE

PAR

 $        145.70

CAPITAL ONE                  

LIBR SUP

 $          19.94

CASEY’S BUSINESS MASTERCARD  

CITY SUP

 $        287.04

CHEM RIGHT LABORATORIES      

WA/ SW SERV

 $        243.00

CHEM RIGHT LABORATORIES      

SW SERV

 $        140.00

CITIZENS STATE BANK          

BANK FEE

 $            5.00

CITY OF WYOMING              

WA/SW TRANSFERS

 $   18,113.50

CITY OF WYOMING              

UTILITIES

 $        339.50

COMELEC SERVICES

CALKINS SERV

 $        575.50

COMMAND SECURITY SOLUTIONS   

CITY/CALKINS SUP

 $          62.00

ECICOG

COMP PLAN

 $     1,762.50

GWORKS                       

CITY SERV

 $     4,313.58

HAWKINS       

WA SUP

 $        174.03

HOLLYS TOWN SUPER MARKET

CITY/CALKINS  SUP

 $            7.48

HOLLYS TOWN SUPER MARKET

WHMC SUP

 $        264.46

IOWA ASSOC OF MUNICIPAL UTIL 

DUES/CITY SERV

 $        422.61

IOWA ONE CALL                

WA SERV

 $          29.70

IOWA PRISON INDUSTRIES       

CITY BILLING FORMS

 $        346.50

IOWA RURAL WATER ASSOC

DUES

 $        225.00

IPERS                        

RETIREMENT

 $     1,564.73

IRS                          

WITHHOLDING

 $     1,945.61

J & R SUPPLY                  

ST/WA SUP

 $        576.80

JONES CO SOLID WASTE

DUES

 $        643.75

KLUESNER SANITATION 

GARBAGE CONTRAC

 $     3,458.35

KOCH OFFICE GROUP            

CITY SERV

 $          75.69

PODHASKI INSURANCE 

FIRE INSURANCE

 $        688.00

QCANALYSTIC SERVICES         

WA/ SW SERV

 $        490.29

QUILL LLC                    

CITY/CALKINS SUP

 $        381.10

QUILL LLC                    

CITY SUP

 $          61.41

SIMMERING-CORY/IA CODIFICATION

UPDATE CITY CODE

 $        832.00

SOPER PLBG. & HTG.           

CALKINS WA/ SERV

 $        346.60

THOMAS MOWING                

CALKNINS SERV

 $        500.00

TREASURER, STATE OF IOWA     

TO BE REFUNDED

 $        565.00

TREASURER, STATE OF IOWA     

TO BE REFUNDED

 $        190.00

TREASURER, STATE OF IOWA     

REFUNDED

 $        794.00

TREASURER, STATE OF IOWA     

WA TAX

 $        792.00

UNITED HEALTHCARE            

INSURANCE                       

 $     6,613.48

UNITYPOINT CLINIC            

ST SERV

 $          42.00

USDA,RURAL DEVELOPMENT       

WA PAYMENT

 $        866.00

VISA                         

CITY/LIBR/CALKINS

 $     1,416.53

VISA CARD                    

CALKINS SUP

 $          10.64

WEST MUSIC                   

CALKINS SERV

 $        190.00

WOODWARD COMM MEDIA     

LEGALS

 $          76.78

WYOMING MUTUAL PHONE

SERV

 $        868.00

TOTAL

 

 $   56,343.91

Revenue and Expenses for October 2021

Funds

 

Revenue

 

Expenses

General

 

51616.49

 

11505.22

Library Regular

 

18783.92

 

2401.25

Library Special

 

.04

   

Wyoming Hist. Museum

 

227.99

 

270.10

Calkins

 

8.22

 

3054.12

Calkins Barn

 

2603.46

   

Road Use Tax

 

5809.71

 

17623.60

Trust & Agency

 

11822.56

 

2681.00

Local Option Sales Tax

 

5041.59

   

Rohwedder Trust

 

15.16

   

Water

 

19402.17

 

70167.29

Water Deposit

 

400.00

 

200.00

Water Grant

 

126471.32

 

126471.32

Water Sinking Fund

 

1873.66

   

Water Reserve

 

30210.00

   

Sewer

 

25607.47

 

24849.35

Sewer Sinking

 

16240.17

   

Storm Sewer

 

321.79

 

11.00

Childcare Enterprise

 

400.08

   

Totals

 

316855.47

 

314234.75

Correspondence was reviewed regarding garbage cart storage on resident’s property. 

Moved by Huston seconded by Taylor to approve pay request #4 from Kueter Equipment Co. in the amount of $77,372.67.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Michaud, Huston, Taylor and Leonard.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 2048.

Moved by Leonard seconded by Michaud to approve change order #3 for an increase of 21,847.75.  Total contract at $392,560.99.  Roll call vote.  Aye- Michaud, Huston, Taylor and Leonard.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 2049.

Quotes have been turned in to USDA for items to purchase with the grant funds.

Moved by Taylor seconded by Leonard to approve the Fiscal Recovery Funds be used for the extension of Webster Street water project and other related water projects.  Roll call vote.  Aye- Michaud, Huston, Taylor and Leonard.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 2050.

Public Works report was reviewed.  The County and State will not be using the salt shed this year.

Sheriff’s report was reviewed.

Moved by Huston seconded by Leonard to approve renewal of AD&D insurance for First Responders.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Michaud, Huston, Taylor and Leonard.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 2051.

Moved by Michaud seconded by Taylor to approve Resolution for tax rebate appropriation of property taxes to Glenwood Equities due June 1, 2023 to Jones County in the amount of $10,556 to Glenwood Equities and $8,000 to go to the City for legal fees.  Roll call vote.  Aye- Michaud, Huston, Taylor and Leonard.  Motion carried.   Clerk assigned Resolution # 2052.

Moved by Huston seconded by Leonard to approve Resolution to set Public Hearing for FY 2022 budget amendment for 7 p.m. , December 14, 2021.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Michaud, Huston, Taylor and Leonard.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 2053.

Moved by Taylor seconded by Leonard to approve Resolution setting wages for Wyoming Public Library employee Marilynn Cohea at $11.50 per hour.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Michaud, Huston, Taylor and Leonard.  Motion carried.    Clerk assigned Resolution # 2054.

Moved by Huston seconded by Leonard to approve  Lynch Dallas as City attorney for the Learning Center.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Michaud, Huston, Taylor and Leonard.  Motion carried. 

UDSA will not approve the purchase agreement with Midland School for anything less than the appraisal.  The school is eligible for the grant and if they do not assume the grant the City may have to pay the $149,000 back.  The school only has to agree that the building will not be demolished before the fifty- year life time of the building to comply with the grant.

Moved by Huston seconded by Taylor to not accept the offer.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Michaud, Huston, Taylor and Leonard.  Motion carried. 

Moved by Taylor seconded by Leonard to accept resignation from John Hollingshead on the P&Z.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Michaud, Huston, Taylor and Leonard.  Motion carried.

Clerk reported on department budget requests.  Items for the agenda next month are garbage carts and the Old Drug store.

Moved by Huston seconded by Leonard to adjourn at 7:47 p.m. Roll call Vote. Aye- Michaud, Huston, Taylor and Leonard.  Motion carried.

 

REGULAR MEETING, October 12, 2021

The regular meeting of the Wyoming City Council was held October 12, 2021 at the Wyoming City Hall. Council members present were Taylor, Leonard, Michaud, Huston and Scott.  Staff present: Bahrke, Dirks and Tjaden.  Visitors:  David Bahrke.

Mayor Agnitsch called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m.

Moved by Taylor seconded by Huston to approve the consent agenda.   Roll call vote.  Aye- Michaud, Huston, Taylor, Scott and Leonard.  Motion carried.

ADVANTAGE TREE SERVICE       

CALKINS SERV

 $     5,470.88

AFLAC                        

EMP INSURANCE

 $        106.20

 

AGVANTAGE FS

CITY DEPT SUP

 $     1,485.85

 

AGVANTAGE FS     

CALKINS SQUARE                  

 $        739.40

 

ALLIANT ENERGY

CITY SERV

 $     3,409.09

 

BACKYARD GARDENS

CALKINS SERV

 $        195.50

 

LEVI BARKE

CLOTHING

 $           37.44

 

BAKER & TAYLOR               

LIBRARY SUP             

 $        140.23

 

BAKER & TAYLOR               

LIBRARY SUP

 $           33.59

 

BARNHART CONSTRUCTION

CALKINS SERV

 $        131.75

 

ROGER BOWEN

SIDEWALK GRANT

 $        750.00

 

BROWN SUPPLY        

WA SUP

 $        720.00

 

CALIFORNIA STATE DISBURSEMENT

GARNISHMENT                     

 $        501.46

 

CALIFORNIA STATE DISBURSEMENT

GARNISHMENT                     

 $        133.35

 

CAPITAL ONE                  

LIBR SUP

 $           97.41

 

CASEY’S BUSINESS MASTERCARD  

LIBRARY SUP

 $        410.32

 

CHEM RIGHT LABORATORIES      

WA/SW SERV

 $        233.00

 

CITY OF WYOMING              

WA/SW TRANSFERS

 $   18,113.50

 

CITY OF WYOMING              

UTILITIES

 $        339.50

 

CITY OF WYOMING              

POSTAGE

 $             4.15

 

COMMAND SECURITY SOLUTIONS   

CITY/CALKINS SERV

 $           62.00

 

COUNTRYSIDE LANDSCAPING      

CITY TREES

 $     2,500.00

 

DALE CARSTENSEN              

SIDEWALK GRANT

 $        661.82

 

DELTA INDUSTRIES 

SW SUP

 $        302.93

 

ECICOG

COMP PLAN

 $     3,037.50

 

ROD GRAVEL

CLOTHING

 $        112.34

 

GWORKS                       

SOFTWARE

 $     1,529.00

 

HAWKINS     

WA SUP

 $        203.77

 

IOWA DNR                     

WA SUP

 $           95.00

 

IPERS                        

RETIREMENT

 $     1,532.42

 

IRS                          

WITHHOLDING

 $     1,924.90

 

KLUESNER SANITATION 

CONTRACT

 $     3,429.65

 

L.L.PELLING              

ST SERV

 $   66,854.50

 

QCANALYSTIC SERVICES         

WA SERV

 $        287.00

 

QCANALYSTIC SERVICES         

SW SERV

 $        132.00

 

QUILL

CITY SUP

 $        119.42

 

RICHELLE DIRKS               

MILEAGE

 $             4.40

 

SOPER PLBG. & HTG.           

CALKINS SUP

 $        121.30

 

THOMAS MOWING                

CALKINS

 $        625.00

 

TREASURER, STATE OF IOWA     

WITHHOLDING

 $        929.00

 

TREASURER, STATE OF IOWA     

WA TAX

 $        794.00

 

TREASURER, STATE OF IOWA     

SALES TAX

 $        561.00

 

UNITED HEALTHCARE            

INSURANCE                       

 $     6,613.48

 

U S CELLULAR

CITY/AMB SERV

 $        148.34

 

USDA,RURAL DEVELOPMENT       

WATER LOAN

 $        866.00

 

UTILITY SERVICE CO

TOWER AGREEMENT

 $   28,343.38

 

VISA                         

CITY/LIB/CALKINS

 $        397.20

 

WOODWARD COMMUNITY MEDIA     

LIBR/CITY SERV

 $        208.60

 

WYOMING AUTO PARTS           

CITY SUP

 $           24.51

 

WYOMING MUTUAL TELEPHONE

LIB/CITY/CALKINS SERV

 $        869.20

 

TOTAL

 

 $ 156,342.28

 

Revenue and Expenses for September 2021

Funds

 

Revenue

 

Expenses

General

 

14641.15

 

10382.08

Library Regular

 

480.74

 

16971.92

Library Special

 

94.97

 

31.91

Wyoming Hist. Museum

 

237.94

 

150.22

Calkins

 

8.85

 

9933.09

Calkins Barn

 

153.36

 

43.06

ARRA

 

38373.60

   

Road Use Tax

 

8701.92

 

9255.02

Trust & Agency

 

2182.78

 

2664.20

Local Option Sales Tax

 

5041.59

   

Rohwedder Trust

 

14.67

   

Water

 

14327.34

 

10957.94

Water Deposit

 

500.00

   

Water Grant

       

Water Sinking Fund

 

1873.33

 

866.00

Sewer

 

25298.58

 

24424.01

Sewer Sinking

 

16240.17

   

Storm Sewer

 

318.47

   

Childcare Enterprise

 

600.06

   

Totals

 

129089.52

 

85679.45

Correspondence was reviewed. 

Moved by Huston seconded by Scott to approve pay request #3 correction from Kueter Equipment Co. in the amount of $114,713.80.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Michaud, Huston, Taylor, Scott and Leonard.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 2041.

Moved by Scott seconded by Taylor to approve change order #2 for an increase of 9,328.04.  Total contract at $370,713.24.  Roll call vote.  Aye- Michaud, Huston, Taylor, Scott and Leonard.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 2042.

Directed contractor to move forward with the chip seal change.  Change order will be needed.

Discussion on equipment to be purchased with additional grant funds was held. 

Moved by Huston seconded by Leonard to approve chicken permit for twelve chickens at 107 S. Water Street.  Roll call vote.  Aye- Michaud, Huston, Taylor, Scott and Leonard.  Motion carried.

Sheriff’s report was reviewed.

Moved by Huston seconded by Michaud to approve request to the IDOT to close Main Street for the Christmas City Celebration December 5th.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Michaud, Huston, Taylor, Scott and Leonard.  Motion carried. 

Moved by Taylor seconded by Scott to approve Resolution for mowing liens to Treasurer.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Michaud, Huston, Taylor, Scott and Leonard.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 2043.

Moved by Michaud seconded by Leonard to approve Resolution for Federal Funds Fraud Policy.  Roll call vote.  Aye- Michaud, Huston, Taylor, Scott and Leonard.  Motion carried.   Clerk assigned Resolution # 2044.

Moved by Huston seconded by Leonard to approve Resolution for conflict-of-interest Policy regarding Federal Funds. Roll call vote.  Aye-Michaud, Huston, Taylor, Scott and Leonard.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 2045.

Moved by Scott seconded by Leonard to appoint Clerk to all three rolls for Treasury’s Portal.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Michaud, Huston, Taylor, Scott and Leonard.  Motion carried.  

Moved by Huston seconded by Taylor to approve Resolution for transfer to water reserve the amount of $30,210.00.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Michaud, Huston, Taylor, Scott and Leonard.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 2046.

Moved by Huston seconded by Scott to approve the agreement with HACAP for water/sewer bills.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Michaud, Huston, Taylor, Scott and Leonard.  Motion carried.   Clerk assigned Resolution # 2047.

Childcare appraisal was reviewed.

Moved by Huston seconded by Michaud to see if school will purchase and contact USDA for approval.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Michaud, Huston, Taylor, Scott and Leonard.  Motion carried. 

Clerk reported on Comprehensive Plan survey results.  Street and sidewalk improvements were the top two.

Moved by Michaud seconded by Scott to adjourn at 7:25 p.m. Roll call Vote. Aye- Michaud, Huston, Taylor, Scott and Leonard.  Motion carried.

REGULAR MEETING, September 14, 2021

The regular meeting of the Wyoming City Council was held September 14, 2021 at the Wyoming City Hall. Council members present were Leonard, Michaud, Huston and Scott.  Absent:  Taylor.  Staff present: Gravel, Dirks and Tjaden.  Visitors: Rachel Nixon.

Mayor Agnitsch called the meeting to order at 7:02 p.m.

Moved by Huston seconded by Leonard to approve the consent agenda.   Roll call vote.  Aye- Michaud, Huston, Scott and Leonard.  Motion carried.

ACCESS SYSTEMS               

LIBR SUP  

 $           63.34

AFLAC                        

EMPLOYEE INS

 $        132.75

ALLIANT ENERGY

ALL SERV

 $     4,462.91

BACKYARD GARDENS             

CALKINS SERV

 $        272.00

BADGER METER              

WA/SW SUP

 $        520.00

BAKER & TAYLOR               

LIBR SUP  

 $           31.91

BARNHART CONSTRUCTION

CALKINS SERV

 $   53,215.00

BLADE PEST CONTROL   

CALKINS SERV

 $        118.00

CALIFORNIA STATE DISBURSEMENT

GARNISHMENT                     

 $        625.89

CALIFORNIA STATE DISBURSEMENT

GARNISHMENT                     

 $        168.75

CAPITAL ONE                  

LIBR/CITY/CALKINS SUP

 $           46.51

CASEY’S BUSINESS MASTERCARD  

CITY SUP

 $        269.94

CHEM RIGHT LABORATORIES      

WA/SW SERV

 $        341.00

CHEM RIGHT LABORATORIES      

SW SERV

 $           70.00

CITY OF WYOMING              

CALKINS SERV

 $     1,575.00

CITY OF WYOMING              

WA/SW TRANSFERS

 $   18,113.50

CITY OF WYOMING              

UTILITIES

 $        339.50

COMMAND SECURITY SOLUTIONS   

CALKINS/CITY SERV

 $           62.00

COUNTRY LANDSCAPING

TREES/PARTIAL

 $    5,725.00

ECICOG                       

COMP PLAN

 $        937.50

ECICOG                       

COMP PLAN

 $        712.50

FRANZEN FAMILY USED TRACTORS 

CITY SUP

 $        225.00

HAWKINS, INC.                

WA SUP

 $        472.27

HOLLY’S TOWN SUPER MARKET    

CITY SUP

 $             2.09

IOWA DNR                     

WA PERMITS

 $        158.69

IPERS                        

RETIREMENT

 $     1,870.76

IRS                          

WITHHOLDING

 $     2,344.04

JOHN DEERE FINANCIAL         

ST SUP

 $           34.98

JONES COUNTY SOLID WASTE     

CONTRACT

 $        643.75

KLUESNER SANITATION

CONTRACT

 $     3,372.25

LORENZ BRODERSEN              

CALKINS SUP

 $           10.00

OVERDRIVE                

LIBRARY SERV

 $        392.70

OVERHEAD DOORS OF DUBUQUE

SHOP PARTS

 $        135.00

PER MAR SECURITY

LIBR/WHMC SERV

 $        268.89

QCANALYSTIC SERVICES         

WA/SW SERV

 $        359.00

QCANALYSTIC SERVICES         

SW SERV

 $           88.00

QUILL LLC                    

RECEIPT BOOK                    

 $           45.49

QUILL LLC                    

CITY SUP

 $           57.17

RCS COMPUTER SALES & SERVICE 

LIBRARY SERV

 $     4,220.00

RECYCLED PRODUCTS    

CALKINS SUP

 $        299.60

REMLEY WILLEMS MCQUILLEN VOSS

CITY/CALKINS SERV

 $        253.75

ROGER ROUSE                  

LIBR ROOF

 $   11,000.00

SIMMERING-CORY/IA CODIFICATION

CITY SERV

 $        961.00

THOMAS MOWING                

CALKINS SERV

 $        750.00

TREASURER, STATE OF IOWA     

JULY WA TAX

 $        767.00

TREASURER, STATE OF IOWA     

AUG WA TAX

 $        745.00

U.S. CELLULAR                

CITY/AMB SERV

 $        118.58

US CELLULAR

CITY/AMB SERV

 $        118.58

UNITED HEALTHCARE             

INSURANCE                       

 $     6,613.48

UNITYPOINT HEALTH HOSPITAL   

ST SERV

 $           26.66

USA BLUEBOOK                 

SW SUP

 $           93.79

USDA,RURAL DEVELOPMENT       

WA LOAN

 $        866.00

UTILITY EQUIPMENT COMPANY    

WA/SW SUP

 $     1,520.00

VISA                         

CITY/WA/SW/LIBR SUP

 $        591.74

VISA CARD                    

CALKINS SUP

 $             8.83

WOODWARD COMMUNITY MEDIA     

LEGALS, SW                          

 $        134.98

WYOMING AUTO PARTS           

ST SUP/SERV

 $        206.14

WYOMING MUTUAL TELEPHONE

LIBR/CALKINS/CITY SERV

 $        872.92

TOTAL

 

 $ 128,451.13

WHKS

 

 $   11,707.52

REMLEY WILLEMS MCQUILLEN VOSS

 

 $           50.00

KUETER CONSTRUCTION

 

 $ 114,713.80

TOTAL GRANT FUNDS

 

 $ 126,471.32

Revenue and Expenses for August 2021

Funds

 

Revenue

 

Expenses

General

 

3781.39

 

6782.56

Library Regular

 

3411.41

 

3107.22

Library Special

 

.03

   

Wyoming Hist. Museum

 

227.97

 

37.08

Calkins

 

10.95

 

54611.59

Calkins Barn

 

203.45

   

Road Use Tax

 

4784.60

 

3417.86

Trust & Agency

     

2805.57

Local Option Sales Tax

 

4951.84

   

Rohwedder Trust

 

15.16

   

Water

 

30683.86

 

11352.97

Water Deposit

     

500.00

Water Grant

 

86812.05

 

144199.41

Water Sinking Fund

 

1873.33

 

866.00

Sewer

 

24840.99

 

24364.43

Sewer Sinking

 

16240.17

   

Storm Sewer

 

330.40

   

Childcare Enterprise

 

.05

   

Totals

 

178167.65

 

252044.69

Correspondence was reviewed. 

Moved by Huston seconded by Scott to approve pay request #3 from Kueter Equipment Co. in the amount of $114,413.80.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Michaud, Huston, Scott and Leonard.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 2036.

Discussion on equipment to be purchased with additional grant funds was held. 

Public Works report was given. 

Moved by Huston seconded by Michaud to set Wyoming trick or treat hours for Sunday, October 31, 2021 from 5:30 -7:30 pm.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Michaud, Huston, Scott and Leonard.  Motion carried. 

Sheriff’s report was reviewed.

Moved by Huston seconded by Scott to approve the Homecoming parade September 23rd at 6 p.m.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Michaud, Huston, Scott and Leonard.  Motion carried. 

Moved by Scott seconded by Huston to approve Nixon Liquor License contingent upon proper paper work being filed and insurance.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Michaud, Huston, Scott and Leonard.  Motion carried. 

Moved by Huston seconded by Leonard to approve FIRST READING OF AN ORDINANCE PERTAINING TO LOW-SPEED ELECTRIC BYCYCLES AND FULLY CONTROLLED-ACCESS FACILITIES.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Michaud, Huston, Scott and Leonard.  Motion carried.

Moved by Leonard seconded by Scott to WAIVE SECOND READING OF AN ORDINANCE PERTAINING TO LOW-SPEED ELECTRIC BYCYCLES AND FULLY CONTROLLED-ACCESS FACILITIES.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Michaud, Huston, Scott and Leonard.  Motion carried.

Moved by Scott seconded by Huston to approve THIRD AND FINAL READING OF AN ORDINANCE PERTAINING TO LOW-SPEED ELECTRIC BYCYCLES AND FULLY CONTROLLED-ACCESS FACILITIES.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Michaud, Huston, Scott and Leonard.  Motion carried.   Clerk assigned Ordinance # 427.

Moved by Leonard seconded by Scott to approve FIRST READING OF AN ORDINANCE PERTAINING TO ABANDONED VEHICLES.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Michaud, Huston, Scott and Leonard.  Motion carried.

Moved by Huston seconded by Scott to WAIVE SECOND READING OF AN ORDINANCE PERTAINING TO ABANDONED VEHICALS.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Michaud, Huston, Scott and Leonard.  Motion carried.

Moved by Leonard seconded by Scott to approve THIRD AND FINAL READING OF AN ORDINANCE PERTAINING TO ABANDONED VEHICLES.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Michaud, Huston, Scott and Leonard.  Motion carried.   Clerk assigned Ordinance # 428.

Moved by Leonard seconded by Michaud to approve FIRST READING OF AN ORDINANCE PERTAINING TO INTERFERENCE WITH OFFICIAL ACTS.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Michaud, Huston, Scott and Leonard.  Motion carried.

Moved by Huston seconded by Michaud to WAIVE SECOND READING OF AN ORDINANCE PERTAINING TO INTERFERENCE WITH OFFICIAL ACTS.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Michaud, Huston, Scott and Leonard.  Motion carried.

Moved by Scott seconded by Leonard to approve THIRD AND FINAL READING OF AN ORDINANCE PERTAINING TO INTERFERENCE WITH OFFICIAL ACTS.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Michaud, Huston, Scott and Leonard.  Motion carried.   Clerk assigned Ordinance # 429.

Moved by Michaud seconded by Huston to approve FIRST READING OF AN ORDINANCE PERTAINING TO FAILURE TO ASSIST.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Michaud, Huston, Scott and Leonard.  Motion carried.

Moved by Michaud seconded by Leonard to WAIVE SECOND READING OF AN ORDINANCE PERTAINING TO FAILURE TO ASSIST.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Michaud, Huston, Scott and Leonard.  Motion carried.

Moved by Leonard seconded by Scott approve THIRD AND FINAL READING OF AN ORDINAN PERTAINING TO FAILURE TO ASSIST.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Michaud, Huston, Scott and Leonard.  Motion carried.   Clerk assigned Ordinance # 430.

Moved by Huston seconded by Leonard to approve FIRST READING OF AN ORDINANCE PERTAINING TO PUBLIC DISORDER.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Michaud, Huston, Scott and Leonard.  Motion carried.

Moved by Leonard seconded by Scott to WAIVE SECOND READING OF AN ORDINANCE PERTAINING TO PUBLIC DISORDER.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Michaud, Huston, Scott and Leonard.  Motion carried.

Moved by Michaud seconded by Leonard to approve THIRD AND FINAL READING OF AN ORDINANCE PERTAINING TO PUBLIC DISORDER.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Michaud, Huston, Scott and Leonard.  Motion carried.   Clerk assigned Ordinance # 431.

Moved by Huston seconded by Leonard to approve FIRST READING OF AN ORDINANCE PERTAINING TO PEDDLERS, SOLICITORS, AND TRANSIENT MERCHANTS.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Michaud, Huston, Scott and Leonard.  Motion carried.

Moved by Leonard seconded by Scott to WAIVE SECOND READING OF AN ORDINANCE PERTAINING TO PEDDLERS, SOLICITORS, AND TRANSIENT MERCHANTS.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Michaud, Huston, Scott and Leonard.  Motion carried.

Moved by Scott seconded by Leonard to approve THIRD AND FINAL READING OF AN ORDINANCE PERTAINING TO PEDDLERS, SOLICITORS, AND TRANSIENT MERCHANTS .  Roll call vote.  Aye-Michaud, Huston, Scott and Leonard.  Motion carried.   Clerk assigned Ordinance # 432.

Moved by Huston seconded by Leonard to approve FIRST READING OF AN ORDINANCE FOR FLOODPLAIN MANAGEMENT.  Aye-Michaud, Huston, Scott and Leonard.  Motion carried. 

Moved by Michaud seconded by Leonard to WAIVE SECOND READING OF AN ORDINANCE FOR FLOODPLAIN MANAGEMENT.  Aye-Michaud, Huston, Scott and Leonard.  Motion carried. 

Moved by Leonard seconded by Huston to approve FINAL READING OF AN ORDINANCE FOR FLOODPLAIN MANAGEMENT.  Aye-Michaud, Huston, Scott and Leonard.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Ordinance # 433.

Moved by Scott seconded by Huston to apply for Hazard Mitigation grant for siren to be used for weather and fire only.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Michaud, Huston, Scott and Leonard.  Motion carried. 

 

Moved by Michaud seconded by Huston to approve paying Roster Tuckpointing $5,000 as authorized in Resolution #1966 for Catalyst Grant.   Roll call vote.  Aye-Michaud, Huston, Scott and Leonard.  Motion carried. 

Moved by Huston seconded by Leonard to approve Resolution for mowing liens to Treasurer.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Michaud, Huston, Scott and Leonard.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 2037.

Moved by Michaud seconded by Leonard to approve Resolution for agreement for Calkins bookkeeping agreement at $1,520 per year.  Roll call vote.  Aye- Michaud, Huston, Scott and Leonard.  Motion carried.   Clerk assigned Resolution # 2038.

Moved by Leonard seconded by Huston to approve dissolution of Safety Group and go with the new IAMU Safety training. Roll call vote.  Aye-Michaud, Huston, Scott and Leonard.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 2039.

Moved by Huston seconded by Leonard to approve purchasing Receipt Management from gworks.  One time cost of $1,449 for software and receipt printer.  Annual service agreement of $600.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Michaud, Huston, Scott and Leonard.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 2040.

Moved by Scott seconded by Leonard to accept the Annual Finance Report for FYE 2021.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Michaud, Huston, Scott and Leonard.  Motion carried. 

Clerk updated on the Solar agreement and community meeting/survey for the comprehensive plan. 

Moved by Leonard seconded by Scott to adjourn at 7:47 p.m. Roll call Vote. Aye- Michaud, Huston, Scott and Leonard.  Motion carried.

 

REGULAR MEETING, August 10, 2021

The regular meeting of the Wyoming City Council was held August 10, 2021 at the Wyoming City Hall. Council members present were Michaud, Huston, Taylor and Scott.  Absent:  Leonard.  Staff present: Gravel, Bahrke, Dirks and Tjaden.  Visitors:  Brad Brownell, John Knake and Steve Harms.

Mayor Agnitsch called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m.

Moved by Huston seconded by Scott to approve the consent agenda.   Roll call vote.  Aye- Michaud, Huston, Scott and Taylor.  Motion carried.

 

AFLAC                        

EMPLOYEE INSURANCE

 $      106.20

 

ALLIANT ENGERGY

CITY SERVICES

 $   4,474.84

 

AMAZON CAPITAL SERVICES      

CITY SUP

 $        28.77

 

BACKYARD GARDENS

CALKINS SERV

 $      306.00

 

BAKER & TAYLOR               

LIBRARY SUP                   

 $        64.38

 

BAKER & TAYLOR               

LIBRARY SUP                   

 $        15.68

 

BIBLIONIX                    

LIBRARY SERV

 $   1,100.00

 

CALIFORNIA STATE

GARNISH

 $      498.45

 

CALIFORNIA STATE

GARNISH

 $      135.00

 

CAPITAL ONE                  

LIBRARY/CITY SUP

 $        20.48

 

CASEY’S BUSINESS MASTERCARD  

CITY FUEL

 $      344.37

 

CHEM RIGHT LABORATORIES      

WA/SW LABS

 $      233.00

 

CHEM RIGHT LABORATORIES      

SW LABS

 $        50.00

 

CITY OF WYOMING              

WA/SW UTILITIES

 $      339.50

 

CITY OF WYOMING              

WA/SW TRANSFERS

 $ 18,113.50

 

COMMAND SECURITY SOLUTIONS   

CITY/CALKINS SERV

 $        62.00

 

CUSTOM HOSE & SUPPLIES INC   

WA SUP

 $        46.16

 

DIAMOND VOGEL PAINT CENTER

WA SUP

 $      121.02

 

EASTERN IOWA TOURISM ASSOC   

CALKINS DUES

 $      135.00

 

GRAINGER                     

WA SUP

 $      167.64

 

HAWKINS, INC.                

WA SUP

 $      205.05

 

HAWKINS, INC.                

WA SUP

 $      828.82

 

IOWA ASSOC OF MUNICIPAL UTIL 

DUES

 $      355.41

 

IOWA DNR                     

WATER PROJECT PERMIT            

 $        50.00

 

IOWA DNR                     

SW PERMIT

 $      210.00

 

IOWA ONE CALL                

WA SERV

 $        13.80

 

IOWA PRISON INDUSTRIES       

UTILITY BILLS

 $      297.00

 

IPERS                        

RETIREMENT

 $   1,528.43

 

IRS                          

WITHHOLDING

 $        84.31

 

IRS                          

WITHHOLDING

 $   1,868.57

 

JOHN DEERE FINANCIAL

CITY SUP

 $        17.28

 

KATHY HARMS

VOID

 $    (750.00)

 

KATHY CARSTENS               

SIDEWALK GRANT

 $      750.00

 

KLUESNER SANITATION       

CONTRACT

 $   3,429.65

 

LIMESTONE BLUFFS RC&D        

ALLOTMENT

 $      100.00

 

LUCY JOHNSON                 

LIBRARY SUP

 $        25.00

 

MICHELLE HANSEN              

LIBRARY SUP

 $        66.00

 

NUTRIEN AG SOLUTIONS, INC    

ST SUP                      

 $        61.50

 

QUILL LLC                    

CITY SUP                           

 $      113.29

 

SANDY TRACY                  

DEPOSIT REFUND

 $      100.00

 

SCHERRMAN’S IMPLEMENT        

ST SUP

 $      200.20

 

UNITED HEALTHCARE            

INSURANCE                       

 $   6,613.48

 

VISA                         

CITY SUP

 $        16.00

 

WOODWARD COMMUNITY MEDIA     

LEGALS

 $      103.89

 

WYOMING AUTO PARTS           

WA/ST SUP

 $      164.95

 

WYOMING MUTUAL TELEPHONE CO. 

CITY/LIBR/CALKINS SERV

 $      870.76

 

TOTAL   

 

 $ 43,685.38

 

Revenue and Expenses for July 2021

Funds

 

Revenue

 

Expenses

General

 

5898.52

 

36151.23

Library Regular

 

10406.72

 

2451.75

Library Special

 

.04

   

Wyoming Hist. Museum

 

227.98

 

114.89

Calkins

 

11.15

 

2095.93

Calkins Barn

 

3.45

   

Road Use Tax

 

8056.05

 

3787.36

Trust & Agency

 

497.52

 

2657.11

Local Option Sales Tax

 

4370.18

   

Rohwedder Trust

 

15.16

   

Water

 

14744.60

 

9586.09

Water Deposit

 

200.00

 

1979.22

Water Grant

 

57387.36

   

Water Sinking Fund

 

1873.33

   

Sewer

 

25518.24

 

23431.71

Sewer Sinking

 

16240.17

   

Storm Sewer

 

320.84

 

12.00

Childcare Enterprise

 

3400.24

 

7693.21

Totals

 

149171.55

 

89960.50

Correspondence was reviewed.  The Library and Fire Company received grants from the Aureon Charity of $1,000 each through the Wyoming Telephone Company.

Moved by Taylor seconded by Michaud to approve pay request #2 from Kueter Equipment Co. in the amount of $81,650.02.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Michaud, Huston, Scott and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 2029.

Moved by Huston seconded by Scott to approve change order #1 in the amount of 48,968.45 for the extension of the project area.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Michaud, Huston, Scott and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 2030.

Moved by Taylor seconded by Michaud to have engineer prepare the change order for the request by the Lutheran Church Council to have their contractor do the parking lot repairs so the driveways match up contingent on approval by USDA.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Michaud, Huston, Scott and Taylor.  Motion carried.  

Discussion on equipment to be purchased with additional grant funds was held.  Gravel will get new quotes.

Moved by Huston seconded by Scott to get history from water meter to see how many extra gallons were used to clear water and credit. Roll call vote.  Aye-Michaud, Huston, Scott and Taylor.  Motion carried.

Public Works report was given

Tree bids on eight trees were opened.  Bartels- $12,900 and Countryside Landscaping-$8,225.

Moved by Huston seconded by Taylor to approve bid from Countryside Landscaping.  Contract will be required.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Michaud, Huston, Scott and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 2045.

Moved by Huston seconded by Michaud to approve resurfacing of Main Street parking area through the IDOT project in the estimated amount of $16,000 for 1.5” of HMA.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Michaud, Huston, Scott and Taylor.  Motion carried.  

Moved by Scott seconded by Michaud to approve Iowa DOT permit for Communications.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Michaud, Huston, Scott and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Right-of-way permit is still needed.

Sheriff’s report.

Floodplain Ordinance is being reviewed by IDNR.

Moved by Huston seconded by Taylor to approve Resolution for mowing liens to Treasure.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Michaud, Huston, Scott and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 2031.

Moved by Taylor seconded by Huston to request an extension on the childcare loan due to Covid.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Michaud, Huston, Scott and Taylor.  Motion carried.

Clerk gave report on the phone conference call for the childcare loan.

Moved by Michaud seconded by Huston to approve Resolution for agreement for rental agreement for Studio 30 Dance for one room approximately 4 hours per week at $100.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Scott and Taylor.  Motion carried.   Clerk assigned Resolution # 2032.

Moved by Huston seconded by Scott to approve Resolution amending public purpose to increase funeral expense to $160 for flowers/plant. Roll call vote.  Aye-Michaud, Huston, Scott and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 2027.

Moved by Taylor seconded by Scott to approve Street Finance Report for FY 2021.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Michaud, Huston, Scott and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 2033.

Moved by Huston seconded by Michaud to order Code updates from Simmering-Cory / Iowa Codification.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Michaud, Huston, Scott and Taylor.  Motion carried.

Moved by Scott seconded by Michaud to approve the purchase of laptops with CARES funds not to exceed $9,500 covered by the grant.  Purchase must be done through the vendor portal provided by the State.   Roll call vote.  Aye-Michaud, Huston, Scott and Taylor.  Motion carried

Moved by Scott seconded by Huston to adjourn at 7:47 p.m. Roll call Vote. Aye- Michaud, Huston, Scott and Taylor.  Motion carried.

 

REGULAR MEETING, July 13, 2021
The regular meeting of the Wyoming City Council was held July 13, 2021 at the Wyoming City Hall. Council members present were Michaud, Huston, Taylor, Leonard and Scott. Staff present: Gravel, Dirks and Tjaden. Visitors: Jess Wiedenhoff, Jake Bourgeois, Diane Carstensen, Dale Carstensen and Derek Lumsden.
Mayor Agnitsch called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m.
Moved by Huston seconded by Taylor to approve the consent agenda. Roll call vote. Aye- Michaud, Huston, Leonard, Scott and Taylor. Motion carried.

AFLAC, EMPLOYEE INSURANCE, $ 132.75
ALLIANT ENERGY, ELECTRIC, $ 3,465.71
ALLIANT ENERGY, ELECTRIC, $ 3,706.25
WOODWARD COMMUNITY MEDIA, LEGAL PUBLICATIONS, $ 95.39
BACKYARD GARDENS, CALKINS SERV, $ 348.50
BLADE PEST CONTROL, CALKINS SERV, $ 118.00
BAKER & TAYLOR, LIBR SUP, $ 58.15
CALIFORNIA STATE, GARNISHMENT, $ 607.25
CALIFORNIA STATE, GARNISHMENT, $ 168.75
CASEY’S BUSINESS MASTERCARD, CITY FUEL, $ 339.27
CHEM RIGHT LABORATORIES, WA/SW SERV, $ 283.00
CITY OF WYOMING, WA/SW UTIL, $ 339.50
CITY OF WYOMING, WA/SW TRANSFERS, $ 18,113.50
ECICOG, COMPREHENSIVE PLAN, $ 300.00
HAWKINS, WA SUP, $ 211.07
IOWA LEAGUE OF CITIES, DUES, $ 552.00
IOWA ONE CALL ,WA SERV, $ 18.00
IPERS, RETIREMENT, $ 1,838.53
IRS,WITHHOLDING, $ 2,299.97
J & R SUPPLY, WA SUP, $ 208.00
JONES CO ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, ALLOCATION, $ 250.00
JETS, ALLOCATION, $ 250.00
JONES COUNTY EXTENSION, ALLOCATION, $ 250.00
JONES CO SAFE & HEALTHY YOUTH, ALLOCATION, $ 250.00
JONES CO SENIOR CENTER, ALLOCATION, $ 250.00
JONES COUNTY TOURISM, DUES, $ 154.00
JONES COUNTY SHERIFF, HALF CONTRACT, $ 14,304.50
KATHY CARSTENSEN, SIDEWALK GRANT, $ 750.00
KLUESNER SANITATION, CONTRACT, $ 3,449.00
KOCK OFFICE GROUP, CITY SERV,$ 53.58
L.L.PELLING, ST SUP, $ 717.60
LEVI BAHRKE, CLOTHING ALLOWANCE, $ 122.74
MIDLAND AMBULANCE, ALLOCATION, $ 1,000.00
PER MAR SECURITY SERVICES, LIBR/WHMC SERV, $ 268.89
QCANALYSTIC SERVICES, SW SUP, $ 88.00
QUILL, CITY SUP, $ 365.52
COMMAND SECURITY SOLUTIONS, CITY/CALKINS SERV, $ 62.00
SOPER PLBG. & HTG., LEARNING CENTER /LIBR, $ 7,748.21
SPENCER ORCUTT, CALKINS REFUND, $ 2,000.00
THOMAS MOWING, CALKINS SERV, $ 375.00
TREASURER, STATE OF IOWA, WITHHOLDING, $ 895.00
TREASURER, STATE OF IOWA, WA EXCISE TAX, $ 797.00
TREASURER, STATE OF IOWA, SALES TAX, $ 551.00
TREASURER, STATE OF IOWA, UNCLAIMED PROPERTY, $ 10.64
U.S. CELLULAR, CITY SERV, $ 133.72
U.S. CELLULAR, CITY SERV, $ 133.58
UNITED HEALTHCARE, INSURANCE ,$ 6,613.48
USA BLUEBOOK, WA SUP, $ 163.04
VISA CITY/LIBR, SUP ,$ 585.32
VISA CARD, CALKINS SUP, $ 144.75
VISA CARD, CALKINS SUP, $ 15.67
CAPITAL ONE, LIBR SUP, $ 673.38
WYOMING AUTO PARTS, TRACTOR SERV ,$ 213.99
WYOMING FIRE DEPARTMENT, CONTRACT $ 3,850.00
WYOMING MUTUAL TELEPHONE, LIBR/CITY/CALKINS SERV, $ 873.28
WYOMING PUBLIC LIBRARY, ALLOTMENT, $ 7,854.00
TOTAL $ 89,420.48

Revenue and Expenses for June 2021
Funds                                           Revenue                                                          Expenses
General                                      6018.23                                                                  6677.27
Library Regular                          1998.54                                                                  3622.67
Library Special                                  .03
Wyoming Hist. Museum          2254.39                                                                     153.39
Calkins                                           8.77                                                                   2576.23
Calkins Barn                             2152.90                                                                  2000.00
Road Use Tax                            6695.03                                                                  3402.74
Trust & Agency                           203.87                                                                  2767.01
Local Option Sales Tax              4370.16
Rohwedder Trust                          14.67
Water                                     16063.61                                                                 10965.73
Water Deposit                           296.83                                                                      241.83
Water Sinking Fund                  881.05                                                                   21171.25
Sewer                                    26053.01                                                                   24569.66
Sewer Sinking                       16240.17                                                                 163757.25
Storm Sewer                             325.02
Childcare Enterprise                   65.24                                                                         14.00
Totals                                    83641.52                                                                 243439.03

Correspondence was reviewed.
Moved by Huston seconded by Leonard to approve Resolution authorizing a Loan Agreement and providing for the issuance and securing the payment of a Taxable Water Revenue Note, Series 2021. Roll call vote. Aye-Huston, Michaud, Leonard, Scott and Taylor. Motion carried. Clerk assigned Resolution # 2023.
Moved by Huston seconded by Taylor to approve Pay request #1 from Kueter Equipment Co. in the amount of $45,141.03. Roll call vote. Aye-Michaud, Huston, Leonard, Scott and Taylor. Motion carried. Clerk assigned Resolution # 2024.
Moved by Huston seconded by Scott to approve tree removal list and request quotes. Roll call vote. Aye-Michaud, Huston, Leonard, Scott and Taylor. Motion carried.
Public Works report was given.
Moved by Michaud seconded by Taylor to approve Resolution for agreement with Zapo for the Catalyst Grant from IEDA. Roll call vote. Aye-Michaud, Huston, Leonard, Scott and Taylor. Motion carried. Clerk assigned Resolution #2025.
Moved by Michaud seconded by Huston to approve Resolution for agreement with IEDA for the Community Catalyst Grant. Roll call vote. Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scot and Taylor. Motion carried. Clerk assigned Resolution # 2026.
Reports on Embedded Community and the Jones County Childcare Study were reviewed.
Jess Wiedenhoff with Jones County Community Health introduced herself and informed the Council of the 5210 program and areas of focus.
Moved by Huston seconded by Taylor to approve Resolution approving FY 2022 contract with Wyoming Fire Vol. Fire Co.. Roll call vote. Aye-Michaud, Huston, Leonard, Scott and Taylor. Motion carried. Clerk assigned Resolution # 2027.
Moved by Taylor seconded by Scott to approve liquor license renewal for Dollar General contingent on fire and health inspections. Roll call vote. Aye-Michaud, Huston, Leonard, Scott and Taylor. Motion carried.
Moved by Leonard seconded by Michaud to approve FIRST READING OF AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND PROVISIONS PERTAINING TO LIQUOR LICENSES AND WINE AND BEER PROHIBITED SALES AND ACTS. Roll call vote. Aye-Michaud, Huston, Leonard, Scott and Taylor. Motion carried.
Moved by Taylor seconded by Scott to approve WAIVE READING OF AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND PROVISIONS PERTAINING TO LIQUOR LICENSES AND WINE AND BEER PROHIBITED SALES AND ACTS. Roll call vote. Aye-Michaud, Huston, Leonard, Scott and Taylor. Motion carried.
Moved by Leonard seconded by Huston to approve FINAL READING OF AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND PROVISIONS PERTAINING TO LIQUOR LICENSES AND WINE AND BEER PROHIBITED SALES AND ACTS. Roll call vote. Aye-Michaud, Huston, Leonard, Scott and Taylor. Motion carried. Clerk assigned Ordinance # 426.
Moved by Huston seconded by Leonard to approve Resolution for mowing liens to Treasure. Roll call vote. Aye-Michaud, Huston, Leonard, Scott and Taylor. Motion carried. Clerk assigned Resolution # 2028.
Discussion was held on the Childcare Center loan.
Moved by Huston seconded by Scott to approve setting up a meeting with USDA state representative, bonding attorney, some of the Council and some of the school board. Roll call vote. Aye-Michaud, Huston, Leonard, Scott and Taylor. Motion carried.
Clerk was directed to have City attorney prepare rental agreement for Studio 30 Dance. Agreement for one room approximately 4 hours per week at $100. USDA will need to approve also.
Clerk’s report was given.
Moved by Huston seconded by Scott to adjourn at 8:19 p.m. Roll call Vote. Aye- Michaud, Huston, Leonard, Scott and Taylor. Motion carried.

 

REGULAR MEETING, June 8, 2021

The regular meeting of the Wyoming City Council was held June 8, 2021 at the Wyoming City Hall. Council members present were Michaud, Huston, Taylor, Leonard and Scott.  Staff present: Bahrke and Tjaden.  Visitors:  Lynn Hayden, Deb Brown and Derek Lumsden.

Mayor Agnitsch called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m.

Moved by Taylor seconded by Huston to approve the consent agenda.   Roll call vote.  Aye- Michaud, Huston, Leonard, Scott and Taylor.  Motion carried.

 

ACCESS SYSTEMS               

LIBR SUP

 $           58.61

AFLAC                        

EMP INSURANCE

 $        106.20

AGVANTAGE FS      

FUEL

 $        127.79

ANAMOSA JOURNAL-EUREKA

LIBR SERV

 $           49.00

BACKYARD GARDENS

CALKINS SERV

 $        459.00

BAKER & TAYLOR               

LIBRARY BOOKS                   

 $        584.38

CALIFORNIA STATE DISBURSEMENT

GARNISHMENT                     

 $        481.20

CALIFORNIA STATE DISBURSEMENT

GARNISHMENT                     

 $        135.00

CAPITAL ONE                  

WALMART/LIBR / CITY SUP

 $           54.68

CASEY’S BUSINESS MASTERCARD  

CITY FUEL

 $        341.36

CHEM RIGHT LABORATORIES      

WA/SW SUP

 $        203.00

CITY OF WYOMING              

WA/SW UTILITIES

 $        339.50

CITY OF WYOMING              

WA/SW TRANSFERS

 $   17,121.22

CITY OF WYOMING              

POSTAGE

 $             4.35

COMMAND SECURITY SOLUTIONS   

CITY/CALKINS SERV

 $           62.00

HAWKEYE FIRE

EXTINGUISHERS

 $        383.80

HAWKINS, INC.                

WA SUP

 $        794.63

HOLLY’S TOWN SUPER MARKET    

CITY SUP

 $           12.99

IOWA FINANCE AUTHORITY       

SW LOAN

 $ 135,230.00

IOWA FINANCE AUTHORITY       

SW LOAN

 $   28,527.25

IOWA FINANCE AUTHORITY       

WA LOAN

 $   21,171.25

IPERS                        

RETIREMENT

 $     1,489.08

IRS                          

WITHHOLDING

 $     1,846.93

J & R SUPPLY                 

WA SUP

 $        337.00

J & R SUPPLY                 

WA SUP

 $        200.00

JEAN OBERBRECKLING

WHMC SUP

 $           84.92

JOHN DEERE FINANCIAL

CITY SUP

 $           53.53

KLUESNER SANITATION

CONTRACT

 $     3,386.60

MONTICELLO EXPRESS           

CALKINS SEV

 $           85.00

NUTRIEN AG SOLUTIONS

CALKINS SUP

 $        109.90

NUTRIEN AG SOLUTIONS

CALKINS SUP

 $           56.50

QCANALYSTICAL

SW SERV

 $        154.00

REMLEY, WILLEMS, MCQUILLEN, VOSS

CITY/CALKINS SERV

 $        357.50

ROD GRAVEL

MILEAGE/CLOTHING

 $           62.20

SHERI TJADEN                 

CALKINS SUP

 $             7.49

THOMAS MOWING                

CALKINS SERV

 $        500.00

TREASURER, STATE OF IOWA     

WA TAX

 $        730.00

UNITED HEALTHCARE            

INSURANCE                       

 $     6,613.48

USA BLUEBOOK                 

WA/SW SUP

 $     1,044.99

USDA,RURAL DEVELOPMENT       

CHILDCARE LOAN        PRINCIPAL          

 $     1,520.00

UTILITY EQUIPMENT COMPANY    

WA SUP

 $        250.00

VISA                         

CITY/LIBRARY SUP

 $     1,691.57

VISA CARD                    

CALKINS SUP

 $           95.11

WOODWARD COMMUNITY MEDIA     

LEGALS                          

 $        104.35

WYOMING AUTO PARTS           

ST/WA/SW SUP

 $        104.11

WYOMING MUTUAL TELEPHONE

LIBR/CITY SERV

 $        873.52

TOTAL

 

 $ 228,004.99

     

Revenue and Expenses for May 2021

Funds

 

Revenue

 

Expenses

General

 

14376.93

 

7579.41

Library Regular

 

5794.17

 

1841.61

Library Special

 

.03

   

Wyoming Hist. Museum

 

257.88

 

124.86

Calkins

 

11.44

 

2266.12

Calkins Barn

 

103.44

   

Road Use Tax

 

5247.65

 

3981.15

Trust & Agency

 

1564.62

 

2657.30

Local Option Sales Tax

 

4370.16

 

2657.30

Debt Service

     

3690.65

Rohwedder Trust

 

15.16

   

Emergency Levy

     

55.85

Water

 

13321.30

 

8585.95

Water Deposit

 

200.00

   

Water Sinking Fund

       

Sewer

 

24005.00

 

55642.36

Sewer Sinking

 

49296.22

   

Storm Sewer

 

314.39

   

Childcare Enterprise

 

400.35

 

1.00

Childcare Sinking

Childcare Reserve

     

1424.00

Totals

 

119578.74

 

87850.26

Public Works report was given. 

Sheriff’s report.

Moved by Huston seconded by Leonard to approve cigarette permits for Holly’s, Dollar General and Casey’s.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Michaud, Huston, Leonard, Scott and Taylor.  Motion carried.  

Moved by Taylor seconded by Michaud to approve Resolution for City Clerk to pay bills due June 30, 2021. Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scot and Taylor.  Motion carried.   Clerk assigned Resolution # 2019.

Moved by Scott seconded by Huston to approve Resolution approving FY 2022 wages.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Michaud, Huston, Leonard, Scott and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 2020.

Moved by Taylor seconded by Leonard to table increase to water and sewer rates.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Michaud, Huston, Leonard, Scott and Taylor.  Motion carried. 

Discussion was held on Learning Center/USDA loan meeting.  $1,520 of principal was paid on the loan this month from the sale of the shed.

Library roof was not covered by insurance.

Moved by Huston seconded by Scott to approve mowing contract for Calkins.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Michaud, Huston, Leonard, Scott and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 2021.

Moved by Huston seconded by Leonard to approve Resolution for Urban Revitalization Tax Abatement at 308 N. Washington Street.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Michaud, Huston, Leonard, Scott and Taylor.  Motion carried. Clerk assigned Resolution # 2022.

Clerk’s report was given.

Deb Brown (Save Your. Town) discussed the community wish list with the Council members.  This opportunity is possible by a grant through Limestone Bluffs RC&D for embedded communities.

Moved by Taylor seconded by Michaud to approve FIRST READING OF AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND CALKINS COMMISSION.    Roll call vote.  Aye-Michaud, Huston, Leonard, Scott and Taylor.  Motion carried. 

Moved by Huston seconded by Leonard to approve WAIVE READING OF AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND CALKINS COMMISSION.    Roll call vote.  Aye-Michaud, Huston, Leonard, Scott and Taylor.  Motion carried. 

Moved by Leonard seconded by Scott to approve FINAL READING OF AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND CALKINS COMMISSION.    Roll call vote.  Aye-Michaud, Huston, Leonard, Scott and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Ordinance # 425.

Moved by Huston seconded by Leonard to approve the following to boards:  Calkins-Jamie Willman and Sue Brodersen, Museum Jerilyn Danielson and Mel Haase, Library-Stacy Williams, Board of Adjustment- Deb Heiken and Planning & Zoning- Brenda Leonard.    Roll call vote.  Aye-Michaud, Huston, Leonard, Scott and Taylor.  Motion carried. 

Moved by Leonard seconded by Scott to approve Council to attend the League of Cities Annual Conference at Coralville and Small City Workshop.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Michaud, Huston, Leonard, Scott and Taylor.  Motion carried. 

Moved by Scott seconded by Leonard to adjourn at 8:02 p.m. Roll call Vote. Aye- Huston, Leonard, Scott and Taylor.  Motion carried.

 

REGULAR MEETING, May 11, 2021
The regular meeting of the Wyoming City Council was held May 11, 2021 at the Wyoming City Hall. Council members present were Michaud, Huston, Taylor, Leonard and Scott. Staff present: Bahrke, Gravel, Dirks and Tjaden.
Mayor Agnitsch called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m.
Moved by Taylor seconded by Huston to approve the consent agenda. Roll call vote. Aye- Michaud, Huston, Leonard, Scott and Taylor. Motion carried.

AFLAC EMP INS $ 106.20
ALLIANT ENGERY UTILITIES $ 3,176.52
BACKYARD GARDENS CALKINS SERV $ 60.00
BACKYARD GARDENS CALKINS SERV $ 150.00
BAKER & TAYLOR LIBR SUP $ 97.56
BARNHART CONSTRUCTION CALKINS SERV $ 358.75
BARNHART CONSTRUCTION CALKINS SERV $ 100.00
CALIFORNIA STATE DISBURSEMENT GARNISHMENT $ 481.20
CALIFORNIA STATE DISBURSEMENT GARNISHMENT $ 135.00
CASEY’S BUSINESS MASTERCARD CITY SUP $ 101.60
CASSANDRA WESCOTT SIDEWALK GRANT $ 750.00
CHEM RIGHT LABORATORIES SW SERV $ 140.00
CHEM RIGHT LABORATORIES SW SERV $ 170.00
CITY OF WYOMING POSTAGE $ 1.80
CITY OF WYOMING WA TRANSFER $ 300.00
CITY OF WYOMING CITY UTILITIES $ 339.50
CITY OF WYOMING SW TRANSFER $ 49,296.22
COMMAND SECURITY SOLUTIONS CALKINS/CITY SERV $ 337.00
DALE CARSTENSEN CITY SERV $ 150.00
HAWKINS WA SUP $ 152.49
IOWA ONE CALL WA SERV $ 18.90
IOWA SECRETARY OF STATE NOTARY $ 30.00
IPERS RETIREMENT $ 1,462.72
IRS WITHHOLD $ 1,801.03
J & R SUPPLY WA SUP $ 408.00
JEAN OBERBRECKLING WHMC SUP $ 87.72
JOHN DEERE FINANCIAL CITY SUP $ 27.99
JONES CO ENGINEER BRIDGE INSPECTION $ 110.00
KLUESNER SANITATION CONTRACT $ 3,386.60
MARK THOMAS CALKINS SUP $ 9.07
MIDLAND SCHOOLS CHILDCARE $ 1.00
QCANALYSTIC SERVICES SW SERV $ 88.00
QUILL LLC CITY SUP $ 194.93
REMLEY WILLEMS MCQUILLEN VOSS WA/CITY SERV $ 1,220.00
ROD GRAVEL MILEAGE $ 40.92
THOMAS MOWING CALKINS SERV $ 440.00
UNITED HEALTHCARE INSURANCE $ 6,613.48
US CELLULAR CITY/SERV $ 133.72
USDA CHILDCARE LOAN $ 1,424.00
VISA ACADEMY/CITY SUP $ 201.76
WAL MART COMMUNITY BRC LIBR SUP $ 68.14
WOODWARD COMMUNITY MEDIA PUBLICATIONS $ 174.96
WOODWARD COMMUNITY MEDIA PUBLICATIONS $ 241.38
WYOMING AUTO PARTS ST SUP $ 983.75
WYOMING MUTUAL TELEPHONE SERV $ 871.36
TOTAL $ 76,443.57
IOWA FINANCE AUTHORITY WATER SINKING $ 21,171.25
IOWA FINANCE AUTHORITY SEWER SINKING $ 28,527.25
IOWA FINANCE AUTHORITY SEWER SINKING $ 135,230.00
LOAN PAYMENTS JUNE 1 $ 186,617.25
Revenue and Expenses for April 2021
Funds Revenue Expenses
General 49813.97 6890.58
Library Regular 2288.87 2116.87
Library Special .04
Wyoming Hist. Museum 270.90 188.10
Calkins 150315.46 1896.68
Calkins Barn 2003.24
Road Use Tax 13840.05 3725.15
Trust & Agency 9841.74 2652.57
Local Option Sales Tax 3724.33
Rohwedder Trust 14.67
Water 14432.89 9154.88
Water Deposit 300.00
Water Sinking Fund 1905.00
Sewer 24265.15 20942.64
Sewer Sinking 13236.00
Storm Sewer 321.26 9.00
Childcare Enterprise 1200.41
Childcare Reserve
Childcare Sinking 1424.00
Totals 287773.98 49000.47

Mayor Agnitsch opened the Public Hearing on the FY 2021 Budget amendment at 7:00 p.m. No speakers for or against. No papers filed. Moved by Huston seconded by Leonard to close the Public Hearing at 7:01 p.m. Roll call vote. Aye-Michaud, Huston, Leonard, Scott and Taylor. Motion carried.
Moved by Leonard seconded by Scott to extend the Webster Water Project to the west using the grant funds from USDA. Roll call vote. Aye-Michaud, Huston, Leonard, Scott and Taylor. Motion carried.
Moved by Huston seconded by Leonard to approve the amendment to the engineer agreement in the amount of $5,000 to extend the project. Roll call vote. Aye-Michaud, Huston, Leonard, Scott and Taylor. Motion carried. Clerk assigned Resolution # 2010.
Moved by Huston seconded by Taylor to approve Water Quality Report for 2020. Roll call vote. Aye-Michaud, Huston, Leonard, Scott and Taylor. Motion carried. Clerk assigned Resolution # 2011.
Moved by Huston seconded by Scott to approve list of streets for FY 2022 repairs. Roll call vote. Aye-Michaud, Huston, Leonard, Scott and Taylor. Motion carried. Clerk assigned Resolution # 2012.
Moved by Michaud seconded by Scott to approve mulch for the sewer plant. Roll call vote. Aye-Michaud, Huston, Leonard, Scott and Taylor. Motion carried.
Public Works report was given.
Library roof has 75% of its life left, it is the wall that needs tuckpoint work done.
Moved by Huston seconded by Leonard to approve Fair Parade Permit. Roll call vote. Aye-Michaud, Huston, Leonard, Scott and Taylor. Motion carried.
Sheriff’s report.
Moved by Taylor seconded by Michaud to approve FY 2021 budget amendment due to library and Calkins roofs. Roll call vote. Aye-Michaud, Huston, Leonard, Scott and Taylor. Motion carried. Clerk assigned Resolution # 2013.
Moved by Leonard seconded by Huston to approve agreement with ECICOG to update the Comprehensive Plan in the amount of $6,750. Roll call vote. Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scot and Taylor. Motion carried. Clerk assigned Resolution # 2014.
Moved by Huston seconded by Scott to approve Resolution approving transfer of remaining balance from the Emergency Levy to the General fund in the amount of $55.85. Roll call vote. Aye-Michaud, Huston, Leonard, Scott and Taylor. Motion carried. Clerk assigned Resolution # 2015.
Moved by Scott seconded by Michaud to approve Resolution approving transfer of remaining balance from Debt Service to the General fund in the amount of $3,690.65. Roll call vote. Aye-Michaud, Huston, Leonard, Scott and Taylor. Motion carried. Clerk assigned Resolution # 2016.
Moved by Leonard seconded by Taylor to approve the updated agreement with NIC for the online payments. Roll call vote. Aye-Michaud, Huston, Leonard, Scott and Taylor. Motion carried. Clerk assigned Resolution # 2017.
Moved by Taylor seconded by Michaud to approve Resolution to update the Calkins Credit Card. Roll call vote. Aye-Michaud, Huston, Leonard, Scott and Taylor. Motion carried. Clerk assigned Resolution # 2018.
Clerk reported on sidewalk grants.
Moved by Michaud seconded by Leonard to approve applying for the .gov domain free of charge. Roll call vote. Aye-Michaud, Huston, Leonard, Scott and Taylor. Motion carried.
Moved by Huston seconded by Taylor to approve changing the Ordinance for the Calkins Commission with Calkins funds paying for the legal fees. Roll call vote. Aye-Michaud, Huston, Leonard, Scott and Taylor. Motion carried.
Moved by Huston seconded by Leonard to approve Council attending Small Cities workshop. Roll call vote. Aye-Michaud, Huston, Leonard, Scott and Taylor. Motion carried.
Mowing of residential lawns by the City will start.
Items for next agenda are cigarette permits, tree removal and FY 2022 wages.
Moved by Huston seconded by Scott to adjourn at 7:45 p.m. Roll call Vote. Aye- Huston, Leonard, Scott and Taylor. Motion carried.

REGULAR MEETING, April 12, 2021

The regular meeting of the Wyoming City Council was held April 12, 2021 at the Wyoming City Hall. Council members present were Michaud, Huston, Taylor, Leonard and Scott.  Staff present: Dirks and Tjaden.  Librarian-Lucy Johnson and Derek Lumsden-JCED.

Mayor Agnitsch called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m.

Moved by Taylor seconded by Huston to approve the consent agenda.   Roll call vote.  Aye- Michaud, Huston, Leonard, Scott and Taylor.  Motion carried.

AFLAC EMPLOYEE INS $132.75
AGVANTAGE FS LP $2,915.68
AGVANTAGE FS LP $912.83
ALLIANT ENERGY/IPL UTILITIES $3,833.79
ALLIANT ENERGY/IPL UTILITIES $3,445.25
WOODWARD COMMUNITY MEDIA LEGALS $189.20
BACKYARD GARDENS CALKINS SERV $67.50
BAKER & TAYLOR LIBR SUP $174.69
BARNHART CONSTRUCTION CALKINS SUP $53,330.00
BLADE PEST CONTROL CALKINS SERV $118.00
CALIFORNIA STATE DISBURSEMENT PAYROLL $577.54
CALIFORNIA STATE DISBURSEMENT PAYROLL $168.75
CASEY’S BUSINESS MASTERCARD FUEL $323.74
CHEM RIGHT LABORATORIES WA/SW SERV $153.00
CHEM RIGHT LABORATORIES WA/SW SERV $123.00
CITY OF WYOMING WA/SW TRANSFER $15,141.00
CITY OF WYOMING UTILITIES $339.50
JOHN DEERE FINANCIAL CITY SUP $55.40
HAWKINS WA/SWSUP $819.79
HOLLY’S TOWN SUPER MARKET CITY SUP $18.79
IOWA ASSOC OF MUNICIPAL UTIL DUES $355.41
IOWA DNR SW PERMIT $85.00
IPERS RETIREMENT $1,767.72
IRS WITHHOLDING $2,203.43
JONES COUNTY SOLID WASTE DUES $643.75
KLUESNER SANITATION CONTRACT $3,343.55
KOCH OFFICE GROUP CITY SERV $47.98
LEARNING CENTER TRANSFER TO SINKING $1,520.00
OVERHEAD DOOR COMPANY CITY/CALKINS SERV $380.50
PER MAR SECURITY SERVICES LIB/WHMC SERV $268.89
PODHASKI INSURANCE INSURANCE $69,590.00
QCANALYSTIC SERVICES WA SERV $256.57
QCANALYSTIC SERVICES SW SERV $154.00
QUILL CITY SUP $50.81
QUILL CITY SUP $107.98
COMMAND SECURITY SOLUTIONS CITY/CALKINS SERV $62.00
SOPER PLBG. & HTG. CALKINS SERV $54.62
SPAHN & ROSE LUMBER CITY SUP $23.82
THOMAS MOWING CALKINS SERV $60.00
TREASURER, STATE OF IOWA SALES TAX $454.00
TREASURER, STATE OF IOWA WATER EXCISE TAX $731.00
TREASURER, STATE OF IOWA STATE TAX $885.00
U.S. CELLULAR CITY SERV $133.58
U.S. CELLULAR CITY SERV $133.72
UNITED HEALTHCARE INSURANCE $6,613.48
USA BLUEBOOK SW SUP $180.71
USDA CHILDCARE LOAN $1,424.00
VISA CITY/ST SUP $864.42
VISA CARD CALKINS SUP $21.00
VISA CARD CASKINS SUP $166.44
WYOMING AUTO PARTS ST SUP $106.69
WYOMING MUTUAL TELEPHONE LIBR/CITY/CALKINS SERV $866.80
TOTAL   $176,397.07

Revenue and Expenses for March 2021

Funds   Revenue   Expenses
General   8416.23   42131.08
Library Regular   2935.42   5010.66
Library Special   142.37   52.00
Wyoming Hist. Museum   362.20   8331.54
Calkins   5.48   16423.29
Calkins Barn   2406.39   53330.00
Road Use Tax   2229.24   7242.06
Trust & Agency   1018.97   4736.32
Local Option Sales Tax   7448.64    
Rohwedder Trust   15.15    
Water   14865.36   16541.50
Water Deposit   300.00   64.76
Water Sinking Fund   1905.00    
Sewer   23772.67   22620.35
Sewer Sinking   13236.00    
Storm Sewer   315.65    
Childcare Enterprise   .51   3647.98
Childcare Reserve

 

Childcare Sinking

  1520.00   1424.00
Totals   80895.28   181555.54
         

Mayor Agnitsch opened the Public Hearing on the FY 2021 Budget amendment at 7:00 p.m.   No speakers for or against.  No papers filed.  Moved by Huston seconded by Scott to close the Public Hearing at 7:03 p.m.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Michaud, Huston, Leonard, Scott and Taylor.  Motion carried.

Mayor Agnitsch opened the Public Hearing on the Water Project 2020 Loan agreement with USDA at 7:03.  No speakers for or against.  No papers filed.  Moved by Taylor seconded by Leonard to close the Public Hearing at  7:06 p.m.  Roll call vote.    Aye-Michaud, Huston, Leonard, Scott and Taylor.  Motion carried.

Moved by Scott seconded by Leonard to approve Resolution taking additional action on proposal to enter into a Water Revenue Loan Agreement.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Michaud, Huston, Leonard, Scott and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution #1994.

Moved by Leonard seconded by Huston to approve Resolution approving contract and performance and/or payment bonds for the Wyoming Water line Improvements 2020 Project. Roll call vote.  Aye-Michaud, Huston, Leonard, Scott and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1995.

Moved by Huston seconded by Scott to approve Resolution to transfer funds from water checking account to water grant fund checking account in the amount of $300 to open the account.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Michaud, Huston, Leonard, Scott and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1996.

Moved by Taylor seconded by Michaud to approve five-year agreement with Iowa DOT for maintenance for primary roads.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Michaud, Huston, Leonard, Scott and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1997.

Moved by Huston seconded by Scott to approve sidewalk grant program for FY 2022.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Michaud, Huston, Leonard, Scott and Taylor.  Motion carried.

Public Works report was given.  Front tires for tractor will be purchased from Wyoming Auto Parts.

Moved by Huston seconded by Leonard to approve $2,000 for Library roof if not covered by insurance.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Michaud, Huston, Leonard, Scott and Taylor.  Motion carried.

Moved by Michaud seconded by Huston to have Michaud attend the Limestone Bluffs RC&D Embedded Community Experiences if possible.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Michaud, Huston, Leonard, Scott and Taylor.  Motion carried.

Sheriff’s report was reviewed.

Speed camera died for lack of a motion.

Moved by Huston seconded by Scott to approve the  Resolution for FY 2021 Budget amendment.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Michaud, Huston, Leonard, Scott and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1998.

Moved by Taylor seconded by Michaud  to set public hearing for FY 2021 budget amendment due to library and Calkins roofs.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Michaud, Huston, Leonard, Scott and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1999.

Waiting for direction on American Rescue Plan funds for the City.

Moved by Huston seconded by Scott to approve agreement with Midland for FY2022 childcare lease.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scot and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 2000.

ECICOG is working on an agreement to update the Comprehensive Plan.

Moved by Scott seconded by Leonard to approve funding for FY 2022 for Jones County Economic Development in the amount of $250.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Michaud, Huston, Leonard, Scott and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution #2001.

Moved by Scott seconded by Leonard to approve funding for FY 2022 for Jones County Tourism in the amount of $154.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Michaud, Huston, Leonard, Scott and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution #2002.

Moved by Scott seconded by Taylor to approve funding for FY 2022 for Jones County Safe & Healthy Youth in the amount of $250.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Michaud, Huston, Leonard, Scott and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution #2003.

Moved by Scott seconded by Leonard to approve funding for FY 2022 for Jones County Senior Dining in the amount of $250.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Michaud, Huston, Leonard, Scott and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 2004.

Moved by Scott seconded by Michaud to approve funding for FY 2022 for Jones County Extension in the amount of $250.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Michaud, Huston, Leonard, Scott and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution #2005.

Moved by Taylor seconded by Scott to approve funding for FY 2022 for Jones County Transportation Service in $250.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Michaud, Huston, Leonard, Scott and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution #2006.

Moved by Huston seconded by Taylor to approve the agreement regarding Walter C. and Mary C. Briggs Charitable Trust for FY 2021 funding.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Michaud, Huston, Leonard, Scott and Taylor.  Motion carried.

Clerk assigned Resolution # 2007.

Moved by Huston seconded by Leonard to approve Deputy Clerk attending Municipal Clerk’s Institute.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Michaud, Huston, Leonard, Scott and Taylor.  Motion carried.

Moved by Taylor seconded by Michaud to approve City Clerk attending Municipal Clerk’s Academy.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Michaud, Huston, Leonard, Scott and Taylor.  Motion carried.

Moved by Huston seconded by Taylor to approve appointing Tod Wolter to the Board of Adjustment.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Michaud, Huston, Leonard, Scott and Taylor.  Motion carried.

Moved by Scott seconded by Leonard to appoint John Vacek to Jones County Emergency Management and 911, and Michaud to Library and Jones County Economic Development. Roll call vote.  Aye-Michaud, Huston, Leonard, Scott and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 2008.

Moved by Michaud seconded by Huston to change Regular Council meeting to the second Tuesday of the month.   Roll call vote.  Aye-Michaud, Huston, Leonard, Scott and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 2009.

Items for next agenda.  Trees, streets, small city workshop and transfers of funds.

Moved by Huston seconded by Leonard to adjourn at 7:59 p.m. Roll call Vote. Aye- Huston, Leonard, Scott and Taylor.  Motion carried.

The regular meeting of the Wyoming City Council was held March 8, 2021 at the Memorial Hall due to Covid 19. Council members present were Huston, Taylor, Leonard and Scott.  Staff present: Dirks and Tjaden.  Librarian-Lucy Johnson and Derek Lumsden-JCED.
Mayor Agnitsch called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m.
Moved by Taylor seconded by Leonard to approve the consent agenda.   Roll call vote.  Aye- Huston, Leonard, Scott and Taylor.  Motion carried.

ACCESS SYSTEMS LIBR SERV  $        79.71
AFLAC EMPL INSURANCE  $      106.20
AGVANTAGE FS, INC FUEL LP  $      328.27
BADGER METER INC SERVICE AGREEMENT  $      780.00
BAKER & TAYLOR LIBR SUP  $        49.81
CALIFORNIA STATE DISBURSEMENT GARNISHMENT  $      499.41
CALIFORNIA STATE DISBURSEMENT GARNISHMENT  $      135.00
CASEY’S BUSINESS MASTERCARD CITY FUEL  $      498.33
CHEM RIGHT LABORATORIES WA/SW SERV  $      283.00
CHEM RIGHT LABORATORIES SW SERV  $        50.00
CITY OF WYOMING POSTAGE  $        10.50
CITY OF WYOMING WA/SW TRANSFERS  $ 15,141.00
CITY OF WYOMING UTILITIES  $      339.50
CMS CITY/CALKINS SERCURITY  $        62.00
HALL & HALL ENGINEEERS WA PROJECT  $      246.00
HAWKINS, INC. WA SUP  $      151.64
IOWA ASSOC OF MUNICIPAL UTIL DUES  $      611.00
IPERS RETIREMENT  $   1,502.81
IRS WITHHOLDING  $   1,881.69
JOHN DEERE FINANCIAL CITY SUP  $        26.26
KLUESNER SANITATION CONTRACT  $   3,314.85
QCANALYSTIC SERVICES SW SERV  $        44.00
QCANALYSTIC SERVICES SW SERV  $        88.00
QUILL LLC CITY SUP  $        65.36
SOPER PLBG. & HTG. CALKINS SERV  $   4,807.22
TREASURER, STATE OF IOWA JAN WA TAX  $      711.00
TREASURER, STATE OF IOWA FEB WA TAX  $      760.00
U.S. CELLULAR CITY SERV  $      118.58
UNITED HEALTHCARE INSURANCE  $   6,381.74
USA BLUEBOOK SW SUP  $        47.13
USDA CHILDCARE LOAN  $   1,424.00
VISA ST SUPP  $      561.54
VISA CARD CALKINS SUP  $        14.96
WAL MART COMMUNITY BRC LIBR SUP  $        57.94
WYOMING AUTO PARTS ST SUP  $      162.92
WYOMING MUTUAL TELEPHONE LIBR/CALKINS/CITY  $      864.52
TOTAL BILLS    $ 42,205.89
     

Revenue and Expenses for February 2021

Funds   Revenue   Expenses
General   8846.41   6981.92
Library Regular   2924.98   2022.16
Library Special   .03   73.18
Wyoming Hist. Museum   267.94   576.00
Calkins   5.20   2412.39
Calkins Barn   1205.76    
Road Use Tax   4501.27   4619.26
Trust & Agency   484.75   2575.61
Local Option Sales Tax        
Rohwedder Trust   13.69    
Water   14396.39   9412.38
Water Deposit   100.00    
Water Sinking Fund   1905.00    
Sewer   24756.50   19760.22
Sewer Sinking   13236.00    
Storm Sewer   303.85    
Childcare Enterprise   1920.45    
Childcare Reserve       1424.00
Totals   74868.72   49857.12
         

Mayor Agnitsch opened the Public Hearing on the FY 2022 Budget at 7:00 p.m.   No speakers for or against.  No papers filed.  Moved by Huston seconded by Scott to close the Public Hearing at 7:02 p.m.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott and Taylor.  Motion carried.
Moved by Huston seconded by Taylor to approve correction to Amendment #1 for the engineer’s contract.  Beginning amount was incorrect.  Total contract- $79,500.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution #1984.
Moved by Huston seconded by Scott to approve Amendments 1-4 to the Specs and contract for the Water Line Project 2020.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1985.
Moved by Leonard seconded by Huston to approve consideration of bids for Wyoming Water Project 2020.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott and Taylor.  Motion carried.
Moved by Taylor seconded by Leonard to approve Resolution to award contract for Water Project 2020.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1986.
Moved by Scott seconded by Leonard to approve Resolution to fix a date for public hearing on proposal to enter into a Water Revenue Loan Agreement and to money thereunder.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1987.
Siren at City hall will not be replaced at this time.  Many people have weather alert on their phones.
Moved by Scott seconded by Huston to approve Resolution to appoint Tami Michaud to the remainder of Allen Willman’s term on the City Council.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1988.
Annual Librarians report was given by Lucy Johnson.
Moved by Huston seconded by Scott to approve the American Legion’s #259 plans for a Midway Park Freedom rock.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott and Taylor.  Motion carried.
Sheriff’s report was reviewed.
Moved by Taylor seconded by Scott to approve liquor license renewal for Rack’s Swinging Door.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott and Taylor.  Motion carried.
Moved by Taylor seconded by Leonard to approve the  Resolution for FY 2022 Budget.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1989.
Moved by Huston seconded by Taylor  to set public hearing for FY 2021 budget amendment.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1990.
Moved by Taylor seconded by Leonard to approve  Resolution for wage increase for Librarian to $12.00 per hour. Roll call vote.  Aye- Huston, Leonard, Scott and Taylor.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1991.
Moved by Taylor seconded by Scott to approve transfer of $1,520 from childcare operating fund to sinking fund as shed was built with USDA grant funds ant therefore must go towards loan.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scot and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1992.
Moved by Taylor seconded by Leonard to approve Resolution for EMC Insurance policy and blanket bond.  Total amount for all departments is $69,590.00  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1993.
Moved by Scott seconded by Leonard to have City attorney prepare documents for Sale of alley/Quit Claim deed for 312 E. Green Street.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott and Taylor.  Motion carried.
Lumsden gave report on childcare study for Jones County.
Clerk report was given.
Moved by Huston seconded by Leonard to have Calkins recommend appointment to board.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scot and Taylor.  Motion carried.
Items for next agenda.  Childcare agreement with Midland. Stone used by Monticello for streets.
Moved by Huston seconded by Leonard to adjourn at 7:48 p.m. Roll call Vote. Aye- Huston, Leonard, Scott and Taylor.  Motion carried.

The regular meeting of the Wyoming City Council was held February 8, 2021 at the Memorial Hall due to Covid 19 restrictions. Council members present were Huston, Taylor, Leonard and Scott.  Staff present: Gravel and Tjaden.
Mayor Agnitsch called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m.
Moved by Taylor seconded by Leonard to approve the consent agenda.   Roll call vote.  Aye- Huston, Leonard, Scott and Taylor.  Motion carried.

ACCESS SYSTEMS LIBR SUP  $      131.00
AFLAC EMPLOYEE INSURANCE  $        81.00
AGVANTAGE FS LP/FUEL  $   2,487.69
ALLIANT ENERGY ELECTRIC SERV  $   3,395.19
ANAMOSA FLORAL CALKINS/CITY SERV  $      165.00
BACKYARD GARDENS CALKINS SERV  $      172.50
BAKER & TAYLOR LIBR SUP  $        88.86
CALIFORNIA STATE GARNISHMENT  $      190.82
CALIFORNIA STATE GARNISHMENT  $        71.62
CHEM RIGHT LABORATORIES WA/SW SERV  $      120.00
CITY OF WYOMING WA/SW TRANSFERS  $ 15,141.00
CITY OF WYOMING WA/SW UTILITIES  $      339.50
COMMAND SECURITY SOLUTIONS CALKINS/CITY SERV  $        62.00
DALE CARSTENSEN CITY HALL REPAIRS  $      250.48
HALL & HALL ENGINEEERS ST SERV  $   1,049.25
HAWKINS, INC. WA SUP  $      666.73
IMFOA CLERK/DEPUTY CLERK  $      100.00
IPERS RETIREMENT  $   1,463.22
IRS FED/FICA TAX  $   1,818.44
JONES COUNTY TOURISM WHMC/CALKINS DUES  $      100.00
KLUESNER SANITATION CONTRACT  $   3,343.55
KOCH OFFICE GROUP CITY SUP  $        54.59
QCANALYSTIC SERVICES WA/SW SERV  $      358.00
ROD GRAVEL CLOTHING /MILEAGE  $      136.88
SOPER PLMG, HTG & ELECTRIC CALKINS SERV  $      133.00
TREASURER OF STATE WA EXCISE TAX  $      711.00
UNITED HEALTHCARE INSURANCE  $   6,381.74
USDA CHILDCARE LOAN  $   1,424.00
VISA BATTERY  $      328.48
WAL MART LIBR SUP  $        35.40
WOODWARD COMMUNITY MEDIA PUBLICATIONS  $      307.44
WYOMING MUTUAL TELEPHONE LIBR/CITY/CALKINS SERV  $      871.36
WYOMING PUBLIC LIBRARY POSTAGE  $           1.20
WYOMING WELDING CALKINS SERV  $      300.00
TOTAL    $ 42,280.94

Revenue and Expenses for January 2021

Funds   Revenue   Expenses
General   16296.94   24788.84
Library Regular   540.03   2062.11
Library Special   52.03   16.24
Wyoming Hist. Museum   228.26   479.62
Calkins   5.81   2096.26
Calkins Barn   6.37    
Road Use Tax   5957.81   3327.04
Trust & Agency   104.70   4568.79
Local Option Sales Tax   4426.60    
Rohwedder Trust   15.15    
Water   12381.11   14317.90
Water Deposit   200.00   63.60
Water Sinking Fund   1905.00    
Sewer   23573.57   27066.58
Sewer Sinking   13236.00    
Storm Sewer   312.34   11.00
Childcare Enterprise   .56    
Childcare Reserve       1424.00
Totals   79242.28   80221.98
         

Mayor Agnitsch opened the Public Hearing on the Proposed plans, specifications, form of contract and estimate of cost for the Wyoming water line improvements 2020 Project at 7:00 p.m.   No speakers for or against.  No papers filed.  Moved by Huston seconded by Scott to close the Public Hearing at 7:01 p.m.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott and Taylor.  Motion carried.
Moved by Scott seconded by Huston to approve Resolution finally approving and confirming plans, specifications, for of contract and estimate of cost for the Wyoming water line improvements 2020 project. Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution #1976.
Moved by Leonard seconded by Scott to approve Water Line Project 2020 amendment to the engineering contract for staking at a cost of $10,000.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1977.
Public Works report was given on siren.  Siren at City hall is not working.  Clerk will check to see if newest siren is enough coverage.
Sheriff’s report was reviewed.
Moved by Huston seconded by Taylor to approve the  Jones County Sheriff’s contract for FY 2021 in the amount of $30,039.00.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1978.
Bids for storage shed at 110 W. Webster Street were opened. Rushford $1,520; Schultz $1000.00; Rupp $522.
Moved by Huston seconded by Scott  to approve the bid of $1,520 from Rushford.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott and Taylor.  Motion carried.
Moved by Scott seconded by Huston to approve  furnaces at the Learning Center contingent upon USDA final approval, if furnaces quit before the next meeting.  Roll call vote.  Aye- Huston, Leonard, Scott and Taylor.
Moved by Huston seconded by Scott to approve employee health insurance policy effective April 1, 2021.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scot and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1979.
Moved by Taylor seconded by Leonard to approve Resolution for FY 2022 Max Levy at a proposed increase of 7.05% maximum.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1980.
Moved by Leonard seconded by Huston to approve setting Public Hearing for FY 2022 Budget for March 8, 2021.  Clerk will refigure with lower health insurance cost. Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott and Taylor.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1981.
Moved by Huston seconded by Scott to approve Resolution to write off certain delinquent water accounts under $30 as bad debt. Two accounts totaling $26.23 Roll call Vote. Aye- Huston, Leonard, Scott and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution #1982.
Clerk reported on snowmobile complaint, insurance dividend, Catalyst grant and Council application forms.
Moved by Huston seconded by Scott to approve Resolution to appoint Clerk to Calkins.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scot and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1983.
Moved by Huston seconded by Scott to adjourn at 7:38 p.m. Roll call Vote. Aye- Huston, Leonard, Scott and Taylor.  Motion carried.

The Special Meeting of the Wyoming City Council was held January 27, 2021 at the City Hall. Council members present were Scott, Taylor, Huston and Leonard.  Staff: Dirks and Tjaden.  Visitor:  Rachel VonBehren-Anamosa Area Ambulance.
Mayor Agnitsch called the meeting to order at 6:00 p.m.
Moved by Taylor seconded by Huston to approve the agenda.  Roll call vote.  Aye- Leonard, Scott, Huston and Taylor.  Motion carried.
Anamosa Area Ambulance request was made by Rachel VonBehren.
Moved by Huston seconded by Scott to approve Resolution to provide for a notice on proposed plans, specification, form of contract and estimate of cost for the Wyoming Water Line Improvement 2020 Project.  Roll call vote.  Aye- Leonard, Scott, Huston, Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1973.
Moved by Taylor seconded by Leonard to approve contract for legal services with City Attorney for the water project not to exceed $5,500.   Roll call vote.  Aye- Leonard, Scott, Huston, Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1974.
Moved by Taylor seconded by Leonard to approve Resolution of Council’s intent to appoint to vacancy at the regular Council meeting March 8, 2021.  Aye- Leonard, Scott, Huston, Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1975.
Moved by Huston seconded by Scott to approve liquor licenses for Casey’s and Holly’s without fire inspection if they cannot be done in the coming week.  Roll call vote.  Aye- Leonard, Scott, Huston, Taylor.  Motion carried.
Moved by Leonard seconded by Taylor to approve Deputy Clerk’s notary application and fee.  Roll call vote.  Aye- Leonard, Scott, Huston, Taylor.  Motion carried.
Moved by Scott seconded by Taylor to approve bills.  Roll call vote.  Aye- Leonard, Scott, Huston and Taylor.  Motion carried.

AMAZON                                           CITY LOCK                                           $20.60
CASEY’S MM                                    FUEL                                                    $278.74
CITY OF WYOMING                        POSTAGE                                                $7.10
IOWA ONE CALL                             WA SERV                                              $15.30
JONES CO SOLID WASTE              LANDFILL                                           $643.75
GRAINGER                                        SW SUP                                                  $52.66
NOAH LINEBURG                            DEPOSIT REFUND                               $63.60
QUILL                                                 LIB SUP                                                 $32.99
SHERMANS IMPLEMENT              ST SUP                                                    $57.75
VISA CARD                                       CALKINS                                               $10.03
$1,182.52
Budget workshop was held.
Moved by Huston seconded by Leonard to adjourn at 7:22 p.m.  All aye.  Motion carried.

The regular meeting of the Wyoming City Council was held January 11, 2021 at the Memorial Hall due to Covid 19 restrictions. Council members present were Huston, Taylor, Leonard, Scott, and Willman.  Staff present: Dirks and Tjaden.   Visitors: Derek Lumsden-JCED director, Jackie Luckstead-JC ISU-extension and representatives for 101 W. Main Street.
Mayor Agnitsch called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m.
Moved by Taylor seconded by Scott to approve the consent agenda.   Roll call vote.  Aye- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.

ACCESS SYSTEMS LIBRARY SUP  $         50.81
AGVANTAGE FS LP  $   2,200.17
ALLIANT ENERGY SERV  $   3,671.17
AMAZON CAPITAL SERVICES CITY SUP  $         43.83
BAKER & TAYLOR LIBRARY SUP  $         32.47
CALIFORNIA STATE GARNISHMENT  $         79.16
CALIFORNIA STATE GARNISHMENT  $       104.25
CASEY’S BUSINESS MASTERCARD FUEL  $       224.44
CASEY’S GENERAL STORE VOID  $     (224.44)
CHEM RIGHT LABORATORIES WA/SW SERV  $       117.00
CITIZENS STATE BANK CITY/CALKINS SERV  $         27.00
CITY OF WYOMING WA/SW TRANSFERS  $ 15,141.00
CITY OF WYOMING WA/SW UTILITIES  $       339.50
COMMAND SECURITY SOLUTIONS CALKINS SERV  $       845.62
COMMAND SECURITY SOLUTIONS CITY/CALKINS SERV  $         62.00
ERIC HANSEN CALKINS REFUND  $       700.00
GWORKS CITY SERV  $   1,132.00
HALL & HALL ENGINEEERS ST SERV  $       492.00
HAWKINS, INC. WA SUP  $       216.88
HOGAN HANSEN ANNUAL EXAM  $   4,400.00
IOWA ASSOC OF MUNICIPAL UTIL DUES  $       355.41
IOWA DNR WA PERMIT  $       186.10
IOWA PRISON INDUSTRIES CITY SUP  $         75.00
IPERS RETIREMENT  $   1,599.72
IRS WITHHOLDING  $   2,869.95
JOHN DEERE FINANCIAL WA/SW SUP  $         15.27
JONES COUNTY SHERIFF HALF CONTRACT  $ 14,304.50
KLUESNER SANITATION CONTRACT  $   3,329.20
MIDLAND AMBULANCE BALANCE FUEL  $       100.00
MISSISSIPPI VALLEY PUMP SW PUMP REPAIR  $   3,490.00
OFFICE OF AUDITOR OF STATE FILING FEE  $       175.00
QCANALYSTIC SERVICES WA/SW SERV  $       223.00
QUILL LLC CITY SUP  $       164.62
QUILL VOID LOST CHECK  $       (65.36)
SOPER PLBG. & HTG. CALKINS/CITY SERV  $       317.00
TREASURER, STATE OF IOWA WA TAX  $       741.00
TREASURER, STATE OF IOWA SALES TAX  $       580.00
TREASURER, STATE OF IOWA WA TAX  $       781.00
TREASURER, STATE OF IOWA WITHHOLDING  $   1,002.00
UNITED HEALTHCARE INSURANCE  $   6,381.74
US CELLULAR CITY SERV  $      133.58
USDA CHILDCARE LOAN  $   1,424.00
UTILITY EQUIPMENT COMPANY WATER SUP  $   1,569.08
VISA CITY SUP  $   1,007.44
VISA CARD CALKINS SUP  $       292.10
WAL MART COMMUNITY BRC LIBRARY SUP  $         50.71
WOODWARD COMMUNITY MEDIA LEGALS  $         97.50
WYOMING AUTO ST SUP  $         67.11
WYOMING MUTUAL TELEPHONE LIBR/CALKINS/CITY SERV  $   1,084.36
WYOMING PUBLIC LIBRARY CITY SUP  $       100.00
TOTAL    $ 72,105.89

Revenue and Expenses for December 2020

Funds   Revenue   Expenses
General   14529.69   11248.03
Library Regular   1966.82   2546.70
Library Special   .03    
Wyoming Hist. Museum   2778.14   786.43
Calkins   5.80   3538.22
Calkins Barn   856.33   850.00
Road Use Tax   6315.91   4979.02
Trust & Agency   2391.32   3009.16
Local Option Sales Tax   4426.59    
Rohwedder Trust   19584.49    
Water   19968.49   12522.66
Water Deposit   300.00    
Water Sinking Fund       1688.75
Sewer   25723.12   20733.54
Sewer Sinking   13236.00   30728.75
Storm Sewer   316.63    
Childcare Enterprise   400.59    
Childcare Reserve       1424.00
Totals   112799.95   94055.26
         

Mayor Agnitsch opened the Public Hearing on the Proposed USDA grant for the furnaces at the Learning Center at 7:00 p.m.   No speakers for or against.  No papers filed.  Moved by Huston seconded by Scott to close the Public Hearing at 7:01 p.m.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.
Moved by Leonard seconded by Willman to approve Resolution approving USDA amendment to contract With WHKS for water project. Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution #1964.
Moved by Huston seconded by Scott to approve contract prices with L.L. Pelling for FY 2022.  Will also get price using larger stone from Behrends Quarry.  Roll call vote.  Aye- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1965.
Public Works report was reviewed.
Jackie Luckstead addressed the Council regarding the Extensions Summer Camp.  Council will look at during budget workshop.
Moved by Huston seconded by Leonard to approve Resolution to apply for the Catalyst grant for the Nixon building and a match of $5,000 towards stabilizing the East wall and/or curb and parking area.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1966.
Sheriff’s report was reviewed.
Moved by Taylor seconded by Willman to table Jones County Sheriff’s contract for FY 2021.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.
Moved by Taylor seconded by Leonard to approve Casey’s and Holly’s Town Supermarket Liquor Licenses contingent upon fire inspections.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.
Moved by Huston seconded by Leonard to approve Resolution to approving applying for the USDA grant for furnaces at the Learning Center.  Grant amount of $2,667.00 and center share of $4,973.00.  Roll call vote.  Aye- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1967.
Moved by Willman seconded by Huston to approve Resolution setting Public Hearing for FY 2022 Max Levy for February 8th.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1968.
Wages for 2020 report was given.

Agnitsch, Steve                 Mayor                                             $2,000.00

Bahrke, Levi                      Public Works/Calkins                    $25,905.89

Dirks, Richelle                    City Hall                                          $7,073.92

Gravel, Rod                       Public Works                                 $36,970.25

Huston, Kyle                     Council                                               $480.00

Johnson, Lucille                 Library                                             $4,130.76

Leonard, Kevin                  Council                                               $560.00

Rushford, Nicole                Library                                             $6,751.27

Scott, Lee                          Council                                               $520.00

Taylor, Craig                     Council                                               $600.00

Tjaden, Sheri                     City Hall                                        $35,731.24

Vacek, Emma                    Library                                             $4,515.00

Willman, Allen                    Council/Calkins                               $1,435.00

Wright, Shirley                   Library                                                $286.00

$126,959.33

Moved by Leonard seconded by Scott to approve Resolution to amend employee policy book for part time sick, vacation and holiday hours.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1969.
Moved by Huston seconded by Scott to approve the FY 2020 annual examination report from the auditor.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.
Moved by Willman seconded by Huston to approve Resolution to appoint the Anamosa Journal-Eureka as the official publication.  Roll call Vote. Aye- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution #1970.
Moved by Taylor seconded by Leonard to approve Resolution to appoint City Attorney-Janette Voss/Remley, Willems, McQuillen and Voss. Roll call Vote. Aye- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution #1971.
Moved by Huston seconded by Taylor to approve Resolution to appoint Mayor Pro- tem -Huston with standing committees same as last year. Roll call Vote. Aye- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution #1972.
Budget meeting will be held Monday, January 18th at City Hall, 6:15 p.m.
Moved by Huston seconded by Scott to adjourn at 7:40 p.m. Roll call Vote. Aye- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.

2020  Minutes

The regular meeting of the Wyoming City Council was held December 14, 2020 at the Memorial Hall due to Covid 19 restrictions. Council Present: Mayor Agnitsch, Leonard, Huston, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Staff:  Tjaden.  Derek Lumsden-Jones County Economic Development, Rachel Nixon-Zapo Nixon LLC and Jon Larson-Hall & Hall Engineering.
Mayor Agnitsch called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m.
Moved by Scott seconded by Huston to approve the consent agenda.   Roll call vote.  Aye- Scott, Huston, Leonard, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.

AFLAC EMP INSURANCE  $      159.75
AGVANTAGE FS LP  $   1,730.67
ALLIANT ENERGY NOV BILL  $   3,287.16
ALLIANT ENERGY DEC BILL  $   3,306.32
BACKYARD GARDENS CALKINS SERV  $        30.00
BAKER & TAYLOR LIBRARY SUP  $        83.63
BARNHART CONSTRUCTION CALKINS SERV  $      356.25
CALIFORNIA STATE DISBURSEMENT EMPL  $        57.65
CALIFORNIA STATE DISBURSEMENT EMPL  $      168.75
CAMPBELL SUPPLY ST SUP  $      170.13
CASEY’S GENERAL STORES CITY FUEL  $      205.39
CHEM RIGHT LABORATORIES WA/SW SERV  $      103.00
CHEM RIGHT LABORATORIES SW SERV  $      230.00
CITY OF WYOMING POSTAGE  $           7.10
CITY OF WYOMING WA/SW UTIL  $      339.50
CITY OF WYOMING SW TRANSFER  $ 13,236.00
CMD SECURITY SOLUTIONS CITY/CALKINS  $        62.00
DALE CARSTENSEN WHMC SERV  $      419.46
HALL & HALL ENGINEEERS N WASHINGTON  $   1,230.00
HAWKINS, INC. WA SU  $      133.28
HOLLY’S TOWN SUPER MARKET WA SUP  $           5.99
IOWA PRISON INDUSTRIES CITY SUP  $      222.00
IOWA FINANCE AUTHORITY WA INTEREST  $   1,688.75
IOWA FINANCE AUTHORITY SW INTEREST  $      498.75
IOWA FINANCE AUTHORITY SW INTEREST  $ 30,230.00
IOWA RURAL WATER ASSOC DUES  $      225.00
IPERS RETIREMENT  $   1,791.41
IRS WITHHOLDING  $   2,221.68
J & R SUPPLY SW SUP  $      185.00
JILL YOUSSE CALKINS REFUND  $      150.00
JOHN DEERE FINANCIAL ST SUP  $        32.40
KLUESNER SANITATION CONTRACT  $   3,329.20
LEVI BAHRKE CLOTHING ALLOW  $      106.99
MCALEER WATER CONDITIONING CALKINS SU  $        95.90
MIDLAND FFA CALKINS SUP  $        15.00
PER MAR SECURITY LIBR/WHMC  $      268.89
QCANALYSTIC SERVICES SW SERV  $      176.00
QUILL CORPORATION CITY SUP  $        65.36
SOPER PLBG. & HTG. CALKINS SERV  $      220.00
STICKLEY ELECTRIC SERVICE CALKINS SERV  $        93.43
THOMAS MOWING CALKINS SERV  $      200.00
TRUENORTH INS FIRE/AMB  $      552.90
U.S. CELLULAR AMB/CITY SERV  $      132.43
U.S. CELLULAR AMB/CITY SERV  $      118.24
USDA CHILDCARE LOAN  $   1,424.00
UNITED HEALTHCARE OCT INSURANCE  $      958.92
UNITED HEALTHCARE INSURANCE  $   5,938.69
UNITED HEALTHCARE INSURANCE  $      160.53
UNITED HEALTHCARE INSURANCE  $      160.53
UNITED HEALTHCARE INSURANCE  $      121.99
USA BLUEBOOK WA SU  $      135.58
VISA POSTAGE/LIB SUP  $      804.16
VISA CARD CALKINS SUP  $        91.07
WAL MART COMMUNITY LIBR SUP  $        15.71
WENDLING QUARRIES ST SUP  $      551.57
WHKS ST SERV  $   3,660.20
WOODWARD COMMUNITY MEDIA LEGALS  $        64.29
WOODWARD COMMUNITY MEDIA LEGALS  $        74.31
WYOMING AUTO PARTS WA/ST SUP  $        34.02
WYOMING MUTUAL TELEPHONE LIB/CALKINS/CITY  $      872.56
TOTAL    $ 83,009.49

Revenue and Expenses for November 2020

Funds   Revenue   Expenses
General   13147.00   16742.58
Library Regular   2298.48   4294.98
Library Special   .03    
Wyoming Hist. Museum   233.06   44.44
Calkins   5.92   3036.09
Calkins Barn   6.17    
Road Use Tax   6413.26   4447.38
Trust & Agency   1726.04   2714.82
Local Option Sales Tax   14017.05    
Rohwedder Trust   13.05    
Water   14966.59   10324.34
Deposits   300.00    
Sewer   24849.25   21028.21
Storm Sewer   321.81    
Childcare Enterprise   400.63    
Childcare Reserve       1424.00
Totals   91934.34   64056.84

Moved by Huston seconded by Taylor to approve going with SUDAS recommendations for insurance amounts for the West Webster Street water project.   Roll call vote.  Ayes-Scott, Huston, Leonard, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.
Moved by Leonard seconded by Huston to approve Surface Transportation Block Grant application for North Washington Street.  Roll call vote.  Ayes- Scott, Huston, Leonard, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1957.
Public Works report was reviewed.
Moved by Scott seconded by Taylor to look at East side of 101 W. Main St. for possible in-kind match for the Catalyst Grant for the Zapo Nixen property.   Roll call vote.  Ayes- Scott, Huston, Leonard, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.
Sheriff’s report.
Moved by Taylor seconded by Willman to approve solar contract.  Roll call vote.  Ayes- Scott, Huston, Leonard, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1958.
Moved by Willman seconded by Scott to approve the ECIASSO safety health management program for 2021.  Roll call vote.  Ayes- Scott, Huston, Leonard, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.   Clerk assigned Resolution # 1959.
Moved by Huston seconded by Taylor to approve Resolution for Longevity pay for City employees.  Roll call vote.  Ayes- Scott, Huston, Leonard, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1960.
Moved by Willman seconded by Leonard to approve setting Public Hearing on USDA grant for the furnaces at the Learning Center.  Roll call vote.  Ayes- Scott, Huston, Leonard, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Resolution # 1961.
Moved by Huston seconded by Scott to approve selling shed at the Learning Center for “Best Offer”  to previous interested parties with Mayor discretion.  If none are interested will advertise for sale.  Roll call vote.  Ayes- Scott, Huston, Leonard, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.
Learning Center Loan was discussed.
Moved by Willman seconded by Huston to approve agreement with gworks for the meter software update.  Roll call vote.  Ayes- Scott, Huston, Leonard, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Resolution #1962.
Moved by Scott seconded by Huston to approve 2021 prices with Wendling Quarries.  Roll call vote.  Ayes- Scott, Huston, Leonard, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.   Clerk assigned Resolution # 1963.
Budget workshop dates are January 18th and 25th if needed.
Moved by Willman seconded by Scott to adjourn at 7:53 p.m. All aye.  Motion carried.

The regular meeting of the Wyoming City Council was held November 9, 2020 at the City Hall. Council Present: Mayor Agnitsch, Leonard, Huston, Taylor and Willman. Absent: Scott. Staff: Tjaden and Gravel. Derek Lumsden-Jones County Economic Development.
Mayor Agnitsch called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m.
Moved by Willman seconded by Taylor to approve the consent agenda. Roll call vote. Aye- Huston, Leonard, Willman and Taylor. Motion carried.
AFLAC EMP INSURANCE $ 127.80
AGVANTAGE FS FUEL $ 375.99
AMAZON CAPITAL SERVICES SNEEZE GUARD/LADDER PART $ 81.95
BACKYARD GARDENS CALKINS SERV $ 217.50
BAKER & TAYLOR LIBR SUP $ 82.68
BARD MATERIALS WA SUP $ 30.00
CALIFORNIA STATE DISBURSEMENT EMPL GARNISHMENT $ 46.12
CALIFORNIA STATE DISBURSEMENT GARNISHMENT $ 135.00
CASEY’S BUSINESS MASTERCARD FUEL $ 267.95
CHEM RIGHT LABORATORIES WA/SW SERV $ 223.00
CHEM RIGHT LABORATORIES SW SERV $ 140.00
CITY OF WYOMING TRANSFER SW $ 13,236.00
CITY OF WYOMING UTILITIES $ 363.20
CMD SECURITY SOLUTIONS CALKINS/CITY SERV $ 62.00
DORSEY & WHITNEY LLP TIF $ 6,550.50
GWORKS LICENSE/1099 FORMS $ 3,903.76
HALL & HALL ENGINEEERS N WASHINGTON ST $ 553.50
HAWKINS WA SUP $ 747.58
HOLIDAY INN AIRPORT IMFOA $ 201.60
HOLLY’S TOWN SUPER MARKET CITY SUP $ 15.00
IOWA ASSOC OF MUNICIPAL UTIL DUES $ 332.40
IOWA ONE CALL WA SERV $ 5.40
IPERS RETIREMENT $ 1,536.03
IRS WITHHOLDING $ 1,916.91
JOHN DEERE FINANCIAL CALKINS/CITY SUP $ 1,137.31
JONES COUNTY SOLID WASTE DUES $ 643.75
JOURNAL-EUREKA LEGALS $ 64.29
KLUESNER SANITATION CONTRACT $ 3,357.90
KOCH OFFICE GROUP CITY SUP $ 61.75
KROMMINGA MOTORS INC ST SERV $ 417.62
MICHELLE HANSEN LIBR SUP $ 81.61
PER MAR SECURITY SERVICES LIB SERV $ 2,088.63
QUILL CORPORATION CITY SUP $ 101.39
REMLEY WILLEMS MCQUILLEN VOSS CITY/WA SERV $ 1,011.25
ROD GRAVEL CLOTHING/MILEAGE $ 142.78
SPAHN & ROSE CITY SUP $ 75.17
TREASURER, STATE OF IOWA WA TAX $ 761.00
U.S. CELLULAR CITY SERV $ 117.43
UNITED HEALTHCARE INSURANCE $ 6,420.48
USA BLUEBOOK SW SUP $ 86.96
USA BLUEBOOK WA SUP $ 142.67
USDA CHILDCARE LOAN $ 1,424.00
VISA LIBR/CITY SUP $ 291.26
VISA CARD CALKINS SUP $ 67.85
WENDLING QUARRIES CITY SUP $ 105.36
WYOMING AUTO CITY SUP $ 27.26
WYOMING MUTUAL TELEPHONE CO. LIBR/CALKINS/CITY SUP $ 877.72
TOTAL $ 50,657.31

Revenue and Expenses for October 2020
Funds Revenue Expenses
General 52830.10 10292.21
Library Regular 15749.58 2330.78
Library Special 207.68 73.86
Wyoming Hist. Museum 258.18 26.69
Calkins 6.40 2690.52
Calkins Barn 606.38
Road Use Tax 4453.81 5025.52
Trust & Agency 9632.04 2632.19
Local Option Sales Tax 4350.17
Rohwedder Trust 13.49
Water 14494.60 44991.29
Deposits 100.00 100.00
Sewer 24990.83 23390.52
Sewer Sinking 13236.00
Storm Sewer 317.05 679.50
Childcare Enterprise 400.71
Childcare Reserve 1424.00
Totals 141647.02 93657.08

Moved by Willman seconded by Leonard to approve have MVP repair of flow meter at the lift station, quote was $3,490. Roll call vote. Ayes- Huston, Leonard, Willman and Taylor. Motion carried.
Moved by Taylor seconded by Leonard to approve meter/meter reading software from Smart Earth Technologies and gworks. Roll call vote. Ayes- Huston, Leonard, Willman and Taylor. Motion carried.
Public Works report was given.
Moved by Huston seconded by William to approve the Legion putting a Freedom Rock at Midway Park. Roll call vote. Ayes- Huston, Leonard, Willman and Taylor. Motion carried.
Moved by Huston seconded by Taylor to approve chicken permit for 510 E. Main Street contingent upon final adjoining property owners’ signature. Roll call vote. Ayes- Huston, Leonard, Willman and Taylor. Motion carried.
Sheriff’s report was reviewed.
Moved by Huston seconded by Leonard to approve AD&D Insurance for Wyoming Fire and Midland Ambulance in the amount of $566.20. Roll call vote. Ayes- Huston, Leonard, Willman and Taylor. Motion carried.
Moved by Willman seconded by Huston to approve solar contract contingent on clarification from City attorney. Roll call vote. Ayes- Huston, Leonard, Willman and Taylor. Motion carried.
Moved by Taylor seconded by Leonard to approve Annual examination contract with Hogan and Hanson. They were the only firm submitting a proposal. Roll call vote. Ayes- Huston, Leonard, Willman and Taylor. Motion carried. Clerk assigned Resolution # 1956.
Moved by Huston seconded by Leonard to not purchase property by old state shed. Roll call vote. Ayes- Huston, Leonard, Willman and Taylor. Motion carried.
The City and Lumsden are looking for options regarding the Learning Center.
Moved by Leonard seconded by Taylor to approve using deposit box for City business and calling City Hall is customers need something, due to increase in Covid 19 cases. Masks required due to small lobby. Roll call vote. Ayes- Huston, Leonard, Willman and Taylor. Motion carried.
Lumsden will contact a previous board member to see if they are interested in representing Wyoming for the Jones County Economic Development board.
Lumsden also presented information on the Catalyst program for a building downtown.
Clerk updated Council on North Washington Street project and will have it on the December agenda.
Moved by Huston seconded by Leonard to adjourn at 7:51 p.m. All aye. Motion carried.

The regular meeting of the Wyoming City Council was held October 12, 2020 at the City Hall. Council Present: Mayor Agnitsch, Leonard, Huston, Taylor and Willman.  Absent:  Scott.  Staff:  Dirks, Bahrke, Tjaden and Gravel.
Mayor Agnitsch called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m.
Moved by Huston seconded by Taylor to approve the consent agenda.   Roll call vote.  Aye- Huston, Leonard, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.

ACCESS SYSTEMS LIBR SERV  $        51.42
AFLAC EMPLOYEE INS  $      127.80
AGVANTAGE FS, INC CITY FUEL  $      248.65
ALLIANT ENGERGY ALL  $   3,126.94
BACKYARD GARDENS CALKINS SERV  $      172.50
BAKER & TAYLOR LIBR SUP  $      114.88
BARNHART CONSTRUCTION CALKINS SERV  $      264.25
BLADE PEST CONTROL CALKINS SERV  $      118.00
CALIFORNIA STATE GARNISHMENT  $      126.05
CALIFORNIA STATE GARNISHMENT  $      135.00
CASEY’S BUSINESS MASTERCARD FUEL  $      245.07
CHEM RIGHT LABORATORIES WA/SW SERV  $      211.00
CHEM RIGHT LABORATORIES SW SERV  $        20.00
CITIZENS STATE BANK WA SERV  $        21.70
CITY OF WYOMING SW TRANSFER  $ 13,236.00
CITY OF WYOMING CALKINS SERV  $      700.00
CITY OF WYOMING CALKINS WA/SW  $      126.20
CITY OF WYOMING WA/SW UTIL  $      237.00
CITY OF WYOMING POSTAGE  $          6.00
CMD SECURITY SOLUTIONS CITY/CALKINS SERV  $        62.00
COUNTRYSIDE LANDSCAPING CITY TREES  $   5,475.00
DELANCY ELECTRIC WELL PANEL  $      150.00
DEMCO LIBR SUPP  $       190.52
DIAMOND VOGEL PAINT CENTER ST SUPP  $        53.69
HALL & HALL ENGINEEERS ST SERV  $      153.75
HAWKINS WA SUP  $      188.16
HOLLY’S TOWN SUPERMARKET CITY SUP  $        27.47
IOWA DNR WA PERMIT  $        95.00
IOWA ONE CALL WA SERV  $        23.40
IPERS RETIREMENT  $   1,567.12
IRS WITHHOLDING  $   2,087.22
J & R SUPPLY STORM SW  $      668.50
JOHN DEERE FINANCIAL ST/WA SUP  $      124.73
JONES CO SOLD WASTE CITY SERV  $         10.00
JOSHUA HOWELL CALKINS REFUND  $      150.00
KLUESNER SANITATION GARBAGE  $   3,343.95
MIKE GEHL LAWN SERV CALKINS SERV  $       175.00
MISSISSIPPI VALLEY PUMP SW SUP  $   3,005.00
PAM WESTEMEIER CALKINS REFUND  $      450.00
QCANALYSTIC SERVICES WA/SW SERV  $      177.00
REMLEY WILLEMS MCQUILLEN VOSS WA SERV  $      281.25
SIMMERING-CORY/IA CODIFICATION CODE UPDATE  $      220.00
SOPER PLBG. & HTG. LIBR SUP  $        55.00
SPAHN & ROSE LUMBER CO ST SUPP  $        64.99
STATE LIBRARY OF IOWA LIBR SERV  $        55.90
THOMAS MOWING CALKINS SERV  $      400.00
TREASURER, STATE OF IOWA WA TAX  $      767.00
TREASURER, STATE OF IOWA SALES TAX  $      516.00
TREASURER, STATE OF IOWA WA TAX  $      776.00
TREASURER, STATE OF IOWA STATE TAXES  $   1,008.00
UNITED HEALTHCARE INSURANCE  $   6,420.48
USA BLUEBOOK WA/SW SUP  $      389.53
USA BLUEBOOK SW SUP  $         32.52
USA BLUEBOOK SW SUP  $         86.96
USDA CHILDCARE LOAN  $   1,424.00
UTILITY SERVICE WA TOWER  $ 28,343.38
VISA LIBR/CITY SUP  $      329.84
WAL MART COMMUNITY BRC LIBR SUP  $        72.66
WENDLING QUARRIES CITY  $        25.00
WENDLING QUARRIES CITY   $       39.56
WHKS WA PROJECT  $   9,035.00
WOODWARD COMMUNITY MEDIA LEGALS  $      355.75
WYOMING AUTO PARTS WA SUP  $        19.99
WYOMING MUTUAL TELEPHONE CO. LIBR/CALKINS/CITY  $      871.96
WYOMING PUBLIC LIBRARY POSTAGE  $           3.16
TOTAL    $ 88,978.90

Revenue and Expenses for September 2020

Funds   Revenue   Expenses
General   17797.31   8374.11
Library Regular   7311.94   3301.33
Library Special   .03    
Wyoming Hist. Museum   340.58   812.16
Calkins   6.19   3246.86
Calkins Barn   1156.13   600.00
Road Use Tax   7313.88   5231.19
Trust & Agency   3020.96   2696.61
Local Option Sales Tax   4350.17    
Rohwedder Trust   13.05    
Water   15336.55   30355.67
Deposits   200.00   292.42
Sewer   24430.07   19518.19
Sewer Sinking   13236.00    
Storm Sewer   317.90   6800.00
Childcare Enterprise   400.72   1489.40
Childcare Sinking   1424.00   1424.00
Totals   96655.48   84141.94

Moved by Huston seconded by Willman to approve  easement agreements for the W. Wester Street Water Project.  Roll call vote.  Ayes- Huston, Leonard, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.
Public Works report was reviewed.
Sheriff’s report for August was reviewed.
Moved by Taylor seconded by Leonard to approve Resolution for certifying mowing liens to Jones County Treasurer.  Roll call vote.  Aye- Huston, Leonard,  Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1954.
Moved by Willman seconded by Huston to approve amended Resolution for Covid 19 reimbursement.    Roll Call Vote.  Aye- Leonard, Huston, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1955.
Moved by Leonard seconded by Huston to adjourn at 7:20 p.m. All aye.  Motion carried.

The regular meeting of the Wyoming City Council was held September 14, 2020 at the City Hall. Council Present: Mayor Agnitsch, Leonard, Huston, Taylor, Willman and Scott.  Staff:  Dirks, Bahrke, Tjaden and Gravel.   Visitors:  Steve Harms and Jeff Eggert.
Mayor Agnitsch called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m.
Moved by Taylor seconded by Huston to approve the consent agenda.   Roll call vote.  Aye- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.

AFLAC EMPL INSURANCE  $      159.75
AGVANTAGE FS CALKINS/CITY SUP  $      373.70
ALLIANT ENERGY ELECTRIC SEPT  $   3,908.65
ALLISON ERICKSON WHMC BROCHURES  $      141.87
AMAZON CAPITAL SERVICES CITY HALL SUPPLIES  $      252.38
BADGER METER INC WA/SW METER  $      780.00
BAKER & TAYLOR LIBRARY SUP  $        62.52
BARNHART CONSTRUCTION CALKINS SERV  $      335.75
CALIFORNIA STATE GARNISHMENT  $      401.21
CALIFORNIA STATE GARNISHMENT  $      168.75
CHEM RIGHT LABORATORIES SW SUP  $      130.00
CHEM RIGHT LABORATORIES WA SUP  $        17.00
CITY OF WYOMING SW TRANSFER  $ 13,236.00
CITY OF WYOMING UTILITIES  $      237.00
CITY OF WYOMING UTILITIES  $      126.20
CITY OF WYOMING POSTAGE  $        12.45
CMD SECURITY SOLUTIONS CITY/CALKINS  $        62.00
DALE CARSTENSEN WHMC SERV  $      518.09
GRAINGER WA SUP  $      185.68
HAWKINS, INC. WA SUP  $      188.16
IOWA LEAGUE OF CITIES DUES  $      536.00
IPERS RETIREMENT  $   1,710.06
IRS WITHHOLDING  $   2,409.94
J&D CONSTRUCTION STORM DITCH  $   6,800.00
J&R SUPPLY ST SUPPLIES  $      623.50
JOHN DEERE FINANCIAL ST SUPPLIES  $      205.84
JONES COUNTY ENGINEER ST SUPPLIES  $   1,632.00
JONES COUNTY SOLID WASTE CLEAN UP AND BRIDGE DISPOSAL  $      436.65
KLUESNER SANITATION CONTRACT  $   3,400.95
LEARNING CENTER TRANSFERS  $   1,424.00
METERING & TECHNOLOGY SOLUTION METERS  $      437.02
MONTICELLO EXPRESS CHILDCARE SERV  $        65.40
NICOLE CLARK DEPOSIT REFUND  $           3.17
OVERDRIVE,INC LIBR SERV  $      330.70
PER MAR SECURITY LIBR/WHMC  $      190.56
QCANALYSTIC SERVICES SW SERV  $      132.00
QCANALYSTIC SERVICES WA SERV  $      383.00
QUILL CITY SUP  $         72.78
SIMMERING-CORY/IA CODIFICATION CODE UPDATES  $   1,011.00
SARAH CRUISE DEPOSIT REFUND  $      100.00
SOPER PLMG, HTG & ELECTRIC CALKINS SERV  $        73.30
STATE LIBRARY OF IOWA LIBR SERV  $        62.00
STOREY KENWORTHY/MATT PARROTT CITY SUP  $      173.30
THOMAS MOWING CALKINS SERV  $      860.00
UNITED HEALTHCARE INSURANCE  $   6,420.48
USA BLUEBOOK SW SUP  $        67.98
US CELLULAR CITY/WA SERV  $      132.38
USDA CHILDCARE LOAN  $   1,424.00
VISA CITY SUP  $        70.20
VISA CARD CALKINS  $      312.32
WAL MART COMMUNITY BRC LIBR SUP  $      103.76
WHKS WA PROJECT  $ 21,545.00
WOODWARD COMMUNITY MEDIA LEGALS  $      189.73
WYOMING AUTO PARTS ST/WA SUP  $        31.34
WYOMING MUTUAL TELEPHONE LIBR/CALKINS/CITY  $      869.68
TOTAL    $ 75,537.20

Revenue and Expenses for August 2020

Funds   Revenue   Expenses
General   4180.24   9431.66
Library Regular   326.44   3018.70
Library Special   .03   126.90
Wyoming Hist. Museum   2.95   31.37
Calkins   6.38   2061.17
Calkins Barn   556.32    
Road Use Tax   5449.53   3456.84
Trust & Agency       2641.08
Local Option Sales Tax   4350.17    
Rohwedder Trust   13.48    
Debt Service   247.88    
Water   14561.73   10527.02
Deposits   600.00   100.00
Sewer   24660.56   19183.75
Storm Sewer   317.88    
Childcare Enterprise   460.78   288.84
Childcare Sinking       1424.00
Totals   55486.49   52288.33

Visitors- Eggert discussed his plans for a building permit with the Council.  Harm discussed ditching in front of his property.
Larson from Hall & Hall discussed upcoming funding for the North Washington Street project.  City is looking for swap funds under the STBG DOT program. Hall will attend upcoming zoom meeting for preapplications.
Mayor Agnitsch opened the public hearing on the FY2021 budget amendment at 7:25 p.m.  Budget would be amending 103,001 in expenses for storm sewer and sewer VFD not done in 2020, W. Webster Street water project and sidewalk and street expenses, N. Washington Street project, updated meter reader software and health insurance.  No speakers for or against.  No papers filed.
Moved by Taylor seconded by Huston to close the public hearing at 7:26.  Roll call vote.  Aye- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.
Moved by Scott seconded by Willman to approve Resolution amending FY 2021 Budget.  Roll call vote. Aye- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried. Clerk assigned Resolution # 1944.
Moved by Taylor seconded by Leonard to approve engagement letter with bonding attorneys for the W Webster St. water project in an amount not to exceed $12,000.  Roll call vote.  Ayes- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1945.
Public Works report-included DNR water inspection report.
Moved by Huston seconded by Leonard to approve the tree bid from Country Landscaping at $5,475.  Other bid was from Dunkel Land Improvement for 6,800.      Roll call vote.  Aye- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.
Discussion was held on updated meter readings due to old readers not being available anymore.  Will discuss at next meeting.
Moved by Huston seconded by Willman to apply to IDOT for closure of Main Street during the Christmas City Celebration in case it is held.  Roll call vote.  Ayes- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.

Moved by Willman seconded by Scott to approve Trick or Treat hours from 5:30 -7:30 p.m. on Saturday, October 31st for those who want to participate.  Roll call vote.  Ayes- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.
Sheriff’s report for August  was reviewed.
Moved by Huston seconded by Taylor to approve the Cigarette License for Dollar General. Roll Call Vote.  Aye- Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.
Moved by Scott seconded by Leonard to approve Resolution for Covid 19 reimbursement.    Roll Call Vote.  Aye- Leonard, Huston, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1948.
Moved by Taylor seconded by Huston to approve agreement with USDA for Covid 19 payment deferral on Learning Center.  Roll Call Vote.  Aye- Leonard, Huston, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1949.
Moved by Willman seconded by Taylor for Clerk to move forward with applying for USDA facilities grant/loan for Learning Center HVAC.  Roll call Vote.  Aye- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.
Moved by  Willman seconded by Taylor to approve Resolution for procurement policy for Federal Grant.  Roll call vote.  Ayes- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution #1951.
Moved by Huston seconded by Taylor to remove Nichole Rushford from credit cards and add Lucile Johnson for Library credit cards as Librarian.  Roll call vote.  Ayes- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.
Moved by Taylor seconded by Leonard to approve Resolution for certifying mowing liens to Jones County Treasurer.  Roll call vote.  Aye- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1952.
Moved by Taylor seconded by Huston to approve transfer of $1,226.00 from Learning Center enterprise to Learning Center sinking fund for sale of items purchased with USDA grant funds.  Roll call vote.  Ayes- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1953.
Moved by Taylor seconded by Scott to approve FIRST READING OF AN ORDINANCE AMENDING PROVISIONS PERTAINING TO STANDARD PENALTY.  Roll call vote.  Ayes- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.   Motion carried.
Moved by Huston seconded by Willman to approve WAIVING SECOND READING OF AN ORDINANCE AMENDING PROVISIONS PERTAINING TO STANDARD PENALTY.  Roll call vote.  Ayes- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.
Moved by Leonard seconded by Scott to approve THIRD AND FINAL READING OF AN ORDINANCE AMENDING PROVISIONS PERTAINING TO STANDARD PENALTY.  Roll call vote.  Ayes- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.   Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Ordinance # 422.
Moved by Huston seconded by Taylor to approve FIRST READING OF AN ORDINANCE AMENDING PROVISIONS PERTAINING TO TOBACCO USE.  Roll call vote.  Ayes-  Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.
Moved by Taylor seconded by Leonard to approve WAIVING SECOND READING OF AN ORDINANCE AMENDING PROVISIONS PERTAINING TO TOBACCO USE.  Roll call vote.  Ayes- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.   Motion carried.
Moved by Willman seconded by Scott to approve THIRD AND FINAL READING OF AN ORDINANCE AMENDING PROVISIONS PERTAINING TO TOBACCO USE.  Roll call vote.  Ayes- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.   Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Ordinance # 423.
Moved by Huston seconded by Scott to approve FIRST READING OF AN ORDINANCE AMENDING PROVISIONS PERTAINING TO ANIMAL CONTROL.  Roll call vote.  Ayes- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.   Motion carried.
Moved by Taylor seconded by Leonard to approve WAIVING SECOND READING OF AN ORDINANCE AMENDING PROVISIONS PERTAINING TO ANIMAL CONTROL.  Roll call vote.  Ayes- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.   Motion carried.
Moved by Scott seconded by Leonard to approve THIRD AND FINAL READING OF AN ORDINANCE AMENDING PROVISIONS PERTAINING TO ANIMAL CONTROL.  Roll call vote.  Ayes-  Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried. Clerk assigned Ordinance # 424.
Clerk reported on Notice to Abates that had been sent this past month.
Moved by Huston seconded Scott to approve Clerk attending IMFOA in October.  Roll call vote.  Ayes- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.
Moved by Leonard seconded by Taylor to adjourn at 8:12 p.m. All aye.  Motion carried.

A special meeting of the Wyoming City Council was held August 24, 2020 at the City Hall. Council Present: Mayor Agnitsch, Huston, Leonard, Taylor, Willman and Scott.  Staff:  Hingtgen- WHKS, Tjaden and Gravel.   Visitors: Derek Lumsden- JCED, Hayden, Eichhorn, Wright, Knake and Klein.

Mayor Agnitsch called the meeting to order at 7:01 p.m.

Moved by Taylor seconded by Leonard to approve the consent agenda.   Roll call vote.  Aye- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.

A RELIABLE ROLLOFF SERVICE   CLEAN UP DAY    $    230.00
ALLIANT   CITY SERV    $ 4,411.33
CASEYS   CITY SUP    $    153.88
BACKYARD GARDENS   CALKINS SERV    $    247.50
HOLLY’S TSM   CITY/CALKINS SUP    $      54.39
CITY OF WYOMING   DEPOSIT  TO BILL    $    100.00
DMC CONSTRUCTION   LEARNING CENTER    $    154.85
US CELLULAR   CITY/AMB SERV    $    117.38
VISA CARD   CALKINS    $      62.45
WAL-MART   LIBRARY    $    103.76
WYOMING AUTO PARTS   SEWER    $      20.22
         $ 5,655.76

Discussion was held on sidewalks and ramps at the West Webster Street water project.  Moved by Willman seconded by Taylor to approve ADA at W Green and Maple- South side, Green and State- South side, Maple and W Webster and W Webster and State-W side and removing steps.  Roll call vote. Aye- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.

Moved by Willman seconded by Huston to approve applying for the WTFAP grant.  Roll Call Vote.  Aye- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.

Moved by Huston seconded by Scott to approve sending out notice for quotes for tree removal.  Roll Call Vote.   Aye- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.

Moved by Huston seconded by Willman to approve easement with Michauds regarding removal of four center trees is dirt is removed.  Roll call vote.  Aye- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.

Moved by Huston seconded by Leonard to approve allocation of $100 to the Maquoketa River Watershed Management.    Roll Call Vote.  Aye- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1942.

Moved by Taylor seconded by Leonard to approve applying for FEMA grants for standby generators for the Wyoming Vol. Fire Co. and Midland Ambulance.  Roll Call Vote.  Aye- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.

Discussion was held on the Learning Center.

Moved by Willman seconded by Scott to approve RFP for 2021-2023 annual examination.  Roll call vote.  Aye- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.

Moved by Taylor seconded by Scott to approve Resolution for Calkins wages for Levi Bahrke at $15.00 per hour.  Roll call vote.  Aye- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1943.

Moved by Huston seconded by  Taylor to approve  update from Simmering-Cory & Iowa Codification.  Roll call vote.  Aye- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.

Moved by Taylor seconded Leonard approve FYE 2020 Annual Report.  Roll call vote.  Aye- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.

Nuisance to abate properties were discussed.  Boat will be cleaned up Labor Day weekend.  Property on the corner needs to removed crashed vehicles.  Semi-trailers were discussed also and a camper.

Moved by Taylor seconded by Leonard to adjourn at 8:34 p.m. All aye.  Motion carried.

August 10, 2020

The regular meeting of the Wyoming City Council was held August 10, 2020 at the City Hall. Council Present: Mayor Agnitsch, Taylor, Willman and Scott.  Staff:  Tjaden and Gravel.
Mayor Agnitsch called the meeting to order at 7:01 p.m.
Moved by Taylor seconded by Scott to approve the consent agenda.   Roll call vote.  Aye- Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.

AFLAC EMPL INS  $        127.80
ANAMOSA PUBLICATIONS LEGALS/CENTER  $        160.50
BAKER & TAYLOR LIBR SUP  $        126.90
BARD MATERIALS SIDEWALK REPAIRS  $        193.38
BIBLIONIX LIBR SERV  $     1,200.00
BOOMERANG SW FLOW METER  $     7,500.00
CALIFORNIA STATE GARNISHMENT  $           46.12
CALIFORNIA STATE GARNISHMENT  $        135.00
CAMPBELL SUPPLY ST SUPP  $        371.99
CASEY’S BUSINESS MASTERCARD FUEL  $        306.14
CHEM RIGHT LABORATORIES SW LABS  $        180.00
CHEM RIGHT LABORATORIES SW LABS  $           50.00
CITY OF WYOMING POSTAGE  $             7.65
CITY OF WYOMING UTIILITIES  $        363.20
EASTERN IOWA TOURISM ASSOC CALKINS DUES  $        135.00
HALL & HALL ENGINEEERS ST SERV  $        738.00
HAWKINS, INC. WA/SW CHEMICALS  $     1,131.29
HEIAR FENCING & SUPPLY SW/CITY FENCE  $     3,116.00
HOLLY’S TOWN SUPER MARKET CITY SUP  $           11.88
IOWA DNR SW FEE  $        210.00
IOWA ONE CALL WA SERV  $             9.90
IPERS RETIREMENT  $     1,357.85
IRS WITHHOLDING  $     1,943.81
JOHN DEERE FINANCIAL SW SUP  $           86.95
JOHNS LOCK & KEY CALKINS SERV  $        184.00
JONES COUNTY SOLID WASTE DUES  $        643.75
KLUESNER SANITATION CONTRACT  $     3,400.95
MAQUOKETSENTINEL-PRESS CENTER AD  $           57.50
QCANALYSTIC SERVICES LABS  $           88.00
QUILL CORPORATION CITY/CENTER SUP  $        161.51
SECURITY PRODUCTS OF DUBUQUE CITY/CALKINS SERV  $           62.00
SHERI TJADEN CITY SUPP  $             5.70
SPAHN & ROSE CONCRETE  $           95.90
STOREY KENWORTHY/MATT PARROTT CITY SUP  $        254.77
TELEDYNE INSTRUMENTS SW SUP  $        295.00
TREASURER, STATE OF IOWA SALES TAX  $        547.00
TREASURER, STATE OF IOWA WA TAX  $        779.00
TREASURER, STATE OF IOWA WA TAX  $        747.00
USDA CENTER LOAN  $     1,424.00
UNITED HEALTHCARE INSURANCE  $     6,420.48
VISA CITY/LIB SERV & SUP  $     1,421.15
WAL MART COMMUNITY BRC LIBR SUP  $           27.54
WHKS WA SERV  $     2,137.90
WYOMING MUTUAL TELEPHONE CO. LIBR/CALKINS/CITY SERV  $        872.20
TOTAL    $   39,134.71

Revenue and Expenses for July 2020

Funds   Revenue   Expenses
General   8667.63   36175.67
Library Regular   7886.56   2025.03
Library Special   .03    
Wyoming Hist. Museum   328.11   187.68
Calkins   6.22   3245.24
Calkins Barn   955.69   700.00
Road Use Tax   8658.62   16280.48
Trust & Agency   249.56   2507.09
Local Option Sales Tax   3809.80   48697.41
Rohwedder Trust   13.48    
Emergency   55.85    
Debt Service   247.88    
Water   14183.36   14453.74
Water Deposit   700.00    
Sewer   24283.16   14986.14
Storm Sewer   318.64   915.50
Childcare Enterprise   715.86   14.00
Childcare Sinking       1424.00
Totals   71080.45   141611.98

Public Works report-Rebuild of waste water chlorinated for $2,750 from MVP was approved.  Today’s storm debris can be taken to lagoons for smaller and old DOT shop for larger.
Moved by Willman seconded by Scott to approve the Clerk’s office working with the Lion’s Club regarding a community enotes for a trial of three months.  Roll Call Vote.  Aye- Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.
Sheriff’s report for June and July were reviewed.
Moved by Scott seconded by Taylor to approve the FYE Street Finance Report. Roll Call Vote.  Aye- Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1937.
Moved by Willman seconded by Scott to approve Hogan & Hansen performing the FYE 2020 annual report for $4,400.    Roll Call Vote.  Aye- Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1936.|
Moved by Willman seconded by Scott to approve LP contract with AgVantage FS at $.92.  Roll Call Vote.  Aye- Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1938.
Moved by Willman seconded by Taylor to approve setting Public Hearing for FY 2021 Budget Amendment.  Roll call Vote.  Aye- Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1939.
Moved by Scott seconded by Taylor to approve Resolution for certifying mowing liens to Jones County Treasurer.  Roll call vote.  Aye- Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1940.
Moved by Scott seconded by Willman to approve Resolution for tax abatement at 104 Kennedy Drive.  Roll call vote.  Aye-  Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried. Clerk assigned Resolution # 1941.
Iowa League of Cities Conference will be online Sept. 16-18 for those interested.
Moved by Scott seconded by Taylor to adjourn at 7:15 p.m. All aye.  Motion carried.

July 13, 2020

The regular meeting of the Wyoming City Council was held July 13, 2020 at the City Hall. Council Present: Mayor Agnitsch, Taylor, Willman, Scott and Leonard.  Staff:  Tjaden and Bahrke.  Visitors present:  Derek Lumsden-JCED and Jason Gideon-Energy Consultants Group.

Mayor Agnitsch called the meeting to order at 7:01 p.m.

Moved by Taylor seconded by Leonard to approve the consent agenda.   Roll call vote.  Aye- Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.

AFLAC EMPL. INSURANCE          132.75
AGVANTAGE FS LP      1,522.18
ALLIANT ENERGY UTILITIES      4,164.62
ALLIANT ENERGY JULY UTILITIES      4,239.45
AMAZON CAPITAL SERVICES CITY HALL LIGHTS             39.69
ANAMOSA JOURNAL-EUREKA NEWS SUBSCRIPTION            45.00
APRIL SMILEY CALKINS REFUND          700.00
BACKYARD GARDENS CALKINS SERV          300.00
BACKYARD GARDENS CALKINS SERV         300.00
BACKYARD VINYL CALKINS SERV          125.00
BAKER & TAYLOR LIBRARY BOOKS            64.38
BAKER & TAYLOR LIBRARY BOOKS             30.55
BLADE PEST CONTROL CALKINS SERV         118.00
CALIFORNIA STATE GARNISHMENT            57.65
CALIFORNIA STATE GARNISHMENT         168.75
CAMPBELL SUPPLY ST SUP           371.99
CASEY’S MARKETING LIQUOR REFUND            56.25
CASEY’S BUSINESS MASTERCARD FUEL          162.93
CHEM RIGHT LABORATORIES WA/SW LABS          157.00
CHEM RIGHT LABORATORIES SW LABS             70.00
CHEM RIGHT LABORATORIES WA LABS             17.00
CITY OF WYOMING POSTAGE              8.20
CITY OF WYOMING DEBT SERV TRANSFER     3,526.54
CITY OF WYOMING POSTAGE              8.50
CITY OF WYOMING CITY UTILITIES          363.20
NUTRIEN AG SOLUTIONS CITY SUP             60.00
DELANCY ELECTRIC SW VDF       7,500.00
HALL & HALL ENGINEEERS N WASHINGTON ST       3,618.00
HARRY’S FARM TIRE TRACTOR TIRE          980.60
HAWKEYE FIRE & SAFETY EXTINGUISHERS          280.30
HAWKINS WA SUP          145.06
IOWA ASSOC OF MUNICIPAL UTIL DUES          332.40
IOWA DNR WA SERV             58.82
IOWA ONE CALL WA SERV             25.20
IOWA PRISON INDUSTRIES LIBR SUP      1,286.85
IPERS RETIREMENT      1,773.87
IRS WITHHOLDING      2,376.08
JONES CO ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT DUES          250.00
JETS DUES         250.00
JONES CO ENGINEER ST PAINT S STATE ST          108.00
JONES COUNTY EXTENSION ALLOTMENT          250.00
JONES CO SAFE & HEALTHY YOUTH ALLOTMENT         250.00
JONES CO SENIOR CENTER ALLOTMENT         250.00
JONES COUNTY TOURISM ASSOC DUES          154.00
JONES COUNTY SHERIFF HALF CONTRACT    14,304.50
JOURNAL-EURAKA LEGALS          100.28
KLUESNER SANITATION CONTRACT      3,400.95
KOCH OFFICE GROUP COPIER SERV             60.91
L.L.PELLING CO. FY 21 STREETS     58,697.41
LEVI BAHRKE CLOTHING ALLOW            86.63
MIDLAND AMBULANCE ALLOTMENT       1,000.00
MIDLAND CLASS OF 1970 CALKINS REFUND          350.00
ACCESS SYSTEMS LIBR SERV          124.09
NICOLE MONCH CALKINS REFUND         450.00
PER MAR SECURITY SERVICES WHMC/LIBR SERV          190.56
QCANALYSTIC SERVICES WA LABS         574.00
QCANALYSTIC SERVICES SW/WA LABS         452.00
QUILL CORPORATION CITY SUP             44.02
REMLEY WILLEMS MCQUILLEN VOSS LEGALS/CHILDCARE          536.25
RODNEY GRAVEL MILEAGE/CLOTHING          133.19
SECURITY PRODUCTS OF DUBUQUE CITY/CALKINS          409.73
SPAHN & ROSE LUMBER CO ST SUP             57.60
THE LIBRARY STORE LIBRAR SUP             25.09
THE SHOPPER LIBR SERV           26.25
THOMAS MOWING CALKINS SERV         525.00
TREASURER, STATE OF IOWA STATE TAX         949.00
U.S. CELLULAR CITY/AMB SERV          116.78
U.S. CELLULAR CITY/AMB SERV          117.38
USDA LEARNING CENTER       1,424.00
UNITED HEALTHCARE INSURANCE       5,778.43
VISA CITY SUP          116.77
VISA CARD CALKINS SUP          445.41
VISA CARD CALKINS SUP             58.86
WENDLING QUARRIES CITY SUP          134.00
WENDLING QUARRIES CITY SUP             14.64
WENDLING QUARRIES CITY SUP          192.20
WHKS WA PROJECT       6,255.00
WYOMING AUTO PARTS ST SUP             18.15
WYOMING FIRE DEPARTMENT ALLOTMENT      3,850.00
WYOMING MUTUAL PHONE LIB/CALKINS/CITY SUP         871.60
WYOMING PUBLIC LIBRARY ALLOTMENT       7,854.00
TOTAL     146,443.49

Revenue and Expenses for June 2020

Funds   Revenue   Expenses
General   8598.43   9280.23
Library Regular   64.63   4396.47
Library Special   .03   74.15
Wyoming Hist. Museum   227.86   144.32
Calkins   5.08   2232.27
Calkins Barn   5.27   800.00
Road Use Tax   3082.14   9656.91
Trust & Agency   94.91   2487.22
Local Option Sales Tax   3809.80    
Rohwedder Trust   13.05    
Emergency   21.24   3526.54
Debt Service   94.27    
Water   14276.79   31223.82
Water Deposit   400.00    
Water Sinking Fund   2071.50   20373.75
Sewer   24865.75   24721.24
Sewer Sinking   16171.00   161027.75
Storm Sewer   314.89   3292.31
Childcare Enterprise   400.76   1867.00
Childcare Sinking   1424.00   1424.00
Childcare Reserve   143.00    
Totals   76084.40   276527.98

Gideon presented Solar Energy options to the City at no cost.  Solar panels would be placed at the water tower and sewer plant.

Moved by Scott seconded by Leonard to approve solar panels contingent upon attorney’s review.  Roll Call Vote.  Aye-  Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.

Moved by Leonard seconded by Taylor to approve the USDA Letter of Conditions for the water loan/grant project on W. Webster Street.  Roll Call Vote.  Aye- Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.

Moved by Taylor seconded by Scott to approve the USDA Resolution for water loan/grant.  Roll Call Vote.  Aye- Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1929.

Moved by Taylor seconded by Willman to apply for a USDA  facilities grant for the sidewalk ramp that would be needed on the W. Webster St. water project.    Roll Call Vote.  Aye- Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.

Clerk reported that additional costs not funded by USDA for the water project could be paid from Streets and the General fund.

Moved by Willman seconded by Scott to have Larson talk to the Jones County Engineer and ECICOG committees regarding the North Washington Street project.  Roll Call Vote.  Aye-  Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.

Public Works report was reviewed.  Jones Street Bridge project, ditch project will begin in August and fence at lagoons were discussed.

Moved by Leonard seconded by Scott to contact Mark Dlask to set up a City wide clean-up day for Wyoming.  Roll Call Vote.  Aye- Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.

Moved by Willman seconded by Scott to approve Resolution adopting the Jones County Hazard Mitigation Plan.  Roll Call Vote.  Aye- Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1930.

Junk Vehicles were discussed.

Moved by Leonard seconded by Scott to approve Dollar General Class C Beer Permit (BC), Wine and Sunday Sales contingent upon floor plan and fire inspection being submitted.  Roll Call Vote.  Aye-  Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.

Moved by Leonard seconded by Taylor to approve Proclamation regarding Health Care and re-amortization of  USDA loan repayment at end of deferral period for the child care center.  Roll Call Vote.  Aye-  Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1931.

Moved by Scott seconded by Leonard to approve placing an ad for the rest of the Learning Center to lease.   Roll call vote.  Aye- Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.

Moved by Willman seconded by Taylor to approve Resolution for Debt Service Fund Balance to be transferred to the General Fund.  Roll call vote.  Aye- Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution #1932.

Moved by Willman seconded by Scott to approve Resolution for Library Directors wages at $11.50.  Roll call vote.  Aye- Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution #1933.

Moved by Willman seconded by Taylor to approve Resolution for certifying mowing liens to Jones County Treasurer.  Roll call vote.  Aye- Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1934.

Moved by Scott seconded by Leonard to approve Resolution for amending the Employee Handbook regarding sections on Full Time and Part Time.  Roll call vote.  Aye- Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution #1935.

Clerk reported on FYE 2020 reports for water, sewer, storm sewer and FYE 2020 fund balances.  Also amendments that will be needed to FY 2021 Budget.

Moved by Taylor seconded by Willman to approve Deputy Clerks vacation hours at  15 hours due to Covid.  Roll call vote.  Aye- Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.

Maquoketa watershed will be on the next agenda.

Moved by Taylor seconded by Leonard to adjourn at 8:15 p.m. All aye.  Motion carried.

June 8, 2020

The regular meeting of the Wyoming City Council was held June 8, 2020 at the Calkins Barn basement. Council Present: Mayor Agnitsch, Taylor, Huston, Willman, Scott and Leonard.  Staff:  Tjaden, Gravel and Bahrke.  Visitors present:  Dan Hingtgen-WHKS, Jason Gideon-Energy Consultants Group, Jr. Brodersen-Calkins Board and Jon Larson-Hall & Hall.

Mayor Agnitsch called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m.

Moved by Willman seconded by Taylor to approve the consent agenda.   Roll call vote.  Aye- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.

AFLAC EMP INSURANCE  $        106.20
ANAMOSA JOURNAL – EUREKA LIBR SUP  $           45.00
ANAMOSA PUBLICATION CITY/LIBR SERV  $        172.08
BACKYARD GARDENS CALKINS SERV  $        390.00
BAKER & TAYLOR LIBR SUP  $        647.75
BARNHART CONST. CALKINS SERV  $   19,845.19
CAHOY PUMP SERVICE WA SERV  $   12,608.00
CALIFORNIA STATE DISBURSEMENT GARNISHMENT  $        449.52
CALIFORNIA STATE DISBURSEMENT GARNISHMENT  $        135.00
CASEY’S BUSINESS MASTERCARD CITY FUEL  $        180.62
CHEM RIGHT LABORATORIES WA/SW SERV  $        277.00
CHEM RIGHT LABORATORIES SW SERV  $           70.00
CITIZENS STATE BANK SIDEWALK LOANS FINAL  $   43,860.00
CITY OF WYOMING POSTAGE  $             8.35
CITY OF WYOMING WA/SW TRANSFERS  $   18,242.50
CITY OF WYOMING WA/SW UTILITIES  $        363.20
CITY OF WYOMING POSTAGE  $             8.20
CORY RUSHFORD LIBR SUP  $           42.79
EMMA VACEK LIBR SUP  $           30.97
FRANZEN FAMILY MOWER SUP  $        400.00
HALL & HALL ENGINEEERS N WASHINGTON ST  $     9,662.25
HAWKINS WA SUP  $        840.36
HAWKINS SW SUP  $        523.38
IOWA FINANCE AUTHORITY WA LOAN  $   20,373.75
IOWA FINANCE AUTHORITY SW LOAN  $ 134,260.00
IOWA FINANCE AUTHORITY SW LOAN  $   26,767.75
IOWA INTERACTIVE WA/SW FEES  $           99.71
IPERS RETIREMENT  $     1,422.98
IRS FED/FICA TAXES  $     1,790.81
J & R SUPPLY STORM SW SUP  $        768.00
JOHN DEERE FINANCIAL ST CITY SUP  $        125.28
KLUESNER SANITATION GARBAGE CONTRACT  $     3,400.95
L.L.PELLING ST SUP  $        701.10
LEARNING CENTER TRANSFER  $     1,567.00
MONTICELLO EXPRESS LIBR SUP  $        107.00
QCANALYSTIC SERV SW SUP  $           88.00
QUILL CORPORATION CITY SUP  $           37.70
QUILL CORPORATION CITY SUP  $           17.66
SECURITY PRODUCTS OF DUBUQUE CALKINS/CITY SERV  $           62.00
SPAHN & ROSE ST SUP  $        440.54
SPAHN & ROSE VOID MAY CK SS  $   (1,510.90)
THOMAS MOWING CALKINS SERV  $        625.00
TREASURER, STATE OF IOWA WA TAX  $        706.00
UNITED HEALTHCARE INSURANCE  $     6,420.48
USA BLUEBOOK WATER SUP  $         264.35
USDA CHILDCARE LOAN  $     1,424.00
VISA CITY/LIBR SUP  $        730.08
VISA CARD CALKINS SUP  $        157.52
WAL MART COMMUNITY BRC LIBR SUP  $           35.92
WENDLING QUARRIES ST /WA/STORM SUP  $        269.43
WHKS WA PROJECT  $     7,645.00
WYOMING MUTUAL PHONE LIBR/CITY/CALKINS SERV  $        906.71
WYOMING PUBLIC LIBRARY POSTAGE  $             5.82
TOTAL FUNDS    $ 318,618.00

Revenue and Expenses for May 2020

Funds   Revenue   Expenses
General   12290.63   8655.70
Library Regular   2.46   3135.22
Library Special   .08   86.16
Wyoming Hist. Museum   305.17   45.51
Calkins   16.28   32427.94
Calkins Barn   9.56    
Road Use Tax   4861.35   7706.55
Trust & Agency   908.75   2595.09
Local Option Sales Tax   3809.80    
Rohwedder Trust   20.22    
Emergency   203.35    
Debt Service   902.63   43860.00
Water   13890.35   8727.67
Water Deposit   200.00   400.00
Water Sinking Fund   2071.50    
Sewer   23690.24   22681.92
Sewer Sinking   16171.00    
Storm Sewer   305.74   1626.85
Childcare Enterprise   1662.79   1538.00
Childcare Sinking   1424.00   1424.00
Childcare Reserve   143.00    
Totals   82888.90   134940.61

Gideon presented Solar Energy options to the City at no cost.  Solar panels would be placed at the water tower, sewer plant and grass area of Calkin’s parking lot/shed.  Willman and Brodersen expressed concern regarding panels on the Calkin’s parking lot grass area.  Proposal is not feasible for investor without the Calkin’s property.

Engineer Hingtgen from WHKS gave a review of the West Webster Street Water Project costs that USDA will not fund.  USDA grant/loan committee will meet on the 10th.  City should hear from USDA after that.  May hold a Special Meeting.

Engineer Larson from Hall & Hall presented a proposal of $11,000 for preparing grants and funding for the N. Washington Street Project.

Moved by Huston seconded by Scott to approve amendment to contract with Hall & Hall.  Roll Call Vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1924.

Larson gave report on ideas for Rail Road Street drainage.  Gravel will check with Ballou at the phone company to see if they will ditch the area with their mini-hoe.

Public Works reported on areas where drainage is a problem including 116 W. Webster Street.

Clerk will check with Kluesner’s on cost of a clean-up day.

Moved by Scott seconded by Leonard to proceed with Municipal Citation on Notice to Abate properties.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.

Sheriff’s report was reviewed.

Moved by Huston seconded by Willman to approve 2021 Cigarette Permits for Casey’s and Holly’s STM.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.

Moved by Taylor seconded by Leonard to extend Open burning to July 1.   Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1925.

Moved by Leonard seconded by Scott to approve the Learning Center Agreement with school with amendment to NE room.   Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.

Moved by Taylor seconded by Willman to table sealed bids on the storage shed at the Learning Center.  Newspaper did not publish the ad.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.

Moved by Taylor seconded by Scott to send letter with more information on the USDA Deferral Request due to Covid-19.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.

Moved by Huston seconded by Scott to approve Resolution for Clerk to pay bills due June 30, 2020.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1926.

Moved by Huston seconded by Taylor to approve wage Resolution for Wyoming City Employees for FY 2021 with a 3% raise.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution #1927.

Moved by Huston seconded by Taylor to include change of 35 hours for Tjaden and 20 hours for Dirks.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.

Moved by Willman seconded by Leonard to approve Resolution to transfer funds from Emergency Levy to the General Fund.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried. Clerk assigned Resolution #1928.

Moved by Taylor seconded by  Leonard to defer annual 2% water increase to July 1, 2021.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.

Moved by Scott seconded by Willman to defer annual 2 % water increase until July 1, 2021.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.

Moved by Leonard seconded by Willman to re-appoint Fishwild and Eichhorn to Wyoming Historical Museum Board, Stacy Agnitsch to Board of Adjustment and Dustin Klein to Planning and Zoning for renewing terms.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.

Mowing lawns was discussed.  Next meeting will be held at City Hall.

Moved by Scott seconded by Taylor to adjourn at 8:36 p.m. All aye.  Motion carried.

May 11, 2020

The regular meeting of the Wyoming City Council was held May 11, 2020 at the Calkins Barn basement. Due to the COVID-19 virus, this meeting was held electronically.  Chapter 21.8 of the Iowa Code does permit an electronic meeting where all members participate remotely when an in-person meeting is impossible or impractical. On March 19, 2020, Governor Reynolds issued a Proclamation of Disaster Emergency which included a suspension of Iowa laws that would prevent the use of electronic meetings or the limitation on the number of people present at an in-person meeting site.  Therefore, Mayor Agnitsch, Gravel, Bahrke, Taylor, Huston, Willman, Scott, Leonard and City Clerk Sheri Tjaden were present at Calkins Barn.  Also, Jones County Director-Derek Lumsden and Jon Larson-Hall & Hall.  The agenda and the City’s social media had this message posted to give instructions on how others could participate. Engineer present electronically was Dan Hingtgen-WHKS.

Mayor Agnitsch called the meeting to order at 7:04 p.m.

Moved by Taylor seconded by Huston to approve the consent agenda.   Roll call vote.  Aye- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.

ACE CONCRETE CALKINS SERV  $            4,440.00  
AFLAC EMPL INS  $               106.20  
ALLIANT SERV  $           4,087.48  
AMAZON CAPITAL SERVICES CITY SUP  $                 27.99  
ANIMAL WELFARE FRIENDS ANIMAL CONTROL  $               175.00  
BAKER & TAYLOR LIBR SUP  $                 56.50  
BARNHART CONSTRUCTION CALKINS SERV  $         19,897.00  
BARNHART CONSTRUCTION CALKINS SERV  $            4,894.12  
BARTELS LOGGING & TREE SERV TREE REMOVAL  $            1,300.00  
BLADE PEST CONTROL CALKINS SERV  $               118.00  
BRENDA LEONARD CALKINS REFUND  $               100.00  
CAHOY PUMP SERVICE, INC WA SERV  $            4,911.50  
CALIFORNIA STATE EMPL GARNISH  $               449.52  
CALIFORNIA STATE EMPL GARNISH  $               135.00  
CASEY’S BUSINESS MASTERCARD CITY FUEL  $                 90.05  
CHEM RIGHT LABORATORIES WA/SW SERV  $                 81.00  
CHEM RIGHT LABORATORIES SW SERV  $               150.00  
CITY OF WYOMING WA/SW TRANSFERS  $         18,242.50  
CITY OF WYOMING WA/SW UTIL  $               439.50  
JOHN DEERE FINANCIAL CALKINS/CITY SUP  $               373.07  
GEHL LAWN SERVICE CALKINS SERV  $               200.00  
HALL & HALL ENGINEEERS NORTH WASHINGTON  $            6,507.40  
HAWKINS, INC. WA SU  $               108.55  
HOLLY’S TSM CITY  $                 15.19  
IMFOA DEPUTY CLERK  $                 50.00  
IOWA INTERACTIVE, LLC WA/ FEES  $               101.61  
IPERS RETIREMENT  $            1,298.08  
IRS FED/FICA TAX  $            1,638.56  
JASON SOPER CALKINS REFUND  $               450.00  
JONES COUNTY SOLID WASTE CONTRACT  $               643.75  
JOURNAL-EUREKA LEGALS/CALKINS  $               415.50  
KAREN ANDRESEN CALKINS REFUND  $               700.00  
KATIE TURNER DEPOSIT REFUND  $               100.00  
KLUESNER SANITATION CONTRACT  $            3,300.50  
LEARNING CENTER TRANSFER  $            1,567.00  
MIDLAND SCHOOL CHILD CARE RENT  $                   1.00  
MINGER MOWING & LANDSCAPING CALKINS SERV  $               675.00  
QCANALYSTIC SERVICES WA/SW SERV  $                 88.00  
QUILL CORPORATION CITY SUP  $                 47.35  
RODNEY GRAVEL PHONE EXP  $                 74.98  
SECURITY PROD OF DUBUQUE CITY/CALKINS SERV  $                 62.00  
SPAHN & ROSE LUMBER CONCRETE  $            1,510.90  
SWANK MOVIE LICENSING LIBR SERV  $               252.00  
THOMAS MOWING CALKINS SERV  $               360.00  
US CELLULAR CITY SERV  $               117.59  
UNITED HEALTHCARE INSURANCE  $            6,420.48  
USDA CHILD CARE LOAN  $            1,424.00  
VISA CITY SUP  $               219.82  
WAL MART LIBR SUP  $               100.92  
WENDLING QUARRIES ST SUP  $               105.03  
WENDLING QUARRIES ST SUP  $               193.88  
WYOMING MUTUAL PHONE LIBR/CITY/CALK SERV  $               907.19  
ZOOBEAN LIBR SERV  $               849.00  
TOTAL    $         90,579.71  
       
JUNE 1 DEBT PAYMENTS      
       
CITIZENS STATE BANK DEBT SERVICE – FINAL  $         24,480.00  
CITIZENS STATE BANK DEBT SERVICE – FINAL  $         19,380.00  
IOWA FINANCE AUTHORITY WATER SINKING  $         20,373.75  
IOWA FINANCE AUTHORITY SEWER SINKING (OLD)  $         26,767.75  
IOWA FINANCE AUTHORITY SEWER SINKING (NEW)  $       134,260.00  
     $       225,261.50  
       

Revenue and Expenses for April 2020

Funds   Revenue   Expenses
General         49972.24   7834.68
Library Regular   2.66   2675.14
Library Special   .09   80.11
Wyoming Hist. Museum   230.06   271.62
Calkins   17.88   22075.91
Calkins Barn   1659.34   1250.00
Road Use Tax   5997.75   2640.53
Trust & Agency   5310.38   2549.75
Local Option Sales Tax   3243.25    
Rohwedder Trust   19.56    
Emergency   1188.35    
Debt Service   5274.91    
Water   13922.32   23023.40
Water Deposit   200.00   100.00
Water Sinking Fund   2071.50    
Sewer   22713.99   23918.53
Sewer Sinking   16171.00    
Storm Sewer   303.21   10.00
Childcare Enterprise   1601.78   1567.00
Childcare Sinking   1424.00   1424.00
Childcare Reserve   143.00    
Totals   131467.57   89420.67

Mayor Agnitsch opened the Public Hearing on the FY 2020 Budget amendment at 7:05.  No speakers for or against.  No papers filed.

Moved by Huston seconded by Scott to close the Public Hearing at 7:07.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.

Engineer Larson from Hall & Hall gave an overview of the N. Washington Street Project.  Funding will be looked into.  Moved by Willman seconded by Scott to have Larson come back with a proposal for helping with funding.  Roll call vote.

Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.

Gravel gave Public Works report.  Street signs were discussed.

Engineer Hingtgen from WHKS gave a review of the West Webster Street Water Project.  ADA ramp at N. State and W. Webster street funding is being looked into.  Waiting to hear from USDA on funding.

Moved by Huston seconded by Scott to approve FY 2021 Street repair list with LL Pelling at $64,098.40.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1918.

Moved by Willman seconded by Leonard to approve 2019 Water Quality Report to be mailed out with June billings.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1920.

Sheriff’s report was reviewed.

Moved by Huston seconded by Taylor to extend the Chicken permits this year due to the Covid-19.   Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.

Moved by Willman seconded by Leonard to apply for Wyoming Fair Parade Permit.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.

Moved by Huston seconded by Leonard to have City Attorney look at a Noise Ordinance.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.

Moved by Taylor seconded by Huston to approve Resolution for FY 2020 Budget Amendment.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1917.

Moved by Scott seconded by Leonard to approve the Learning Center Agreement with school.   Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1921.

Moved by Huston seconded by Willman to take sealed bids on the storage shed at the Learning Center.  Bids due June 5th at Noon.  Bids opened at the June meeting.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.

Moved by Taylor seconded by Willman to ask for the USDA Deferral Request due to Covid-19.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.

Moved by Huston seconded by Scott to amend Resolution for funeral flowers public purpose up to $80.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1922.

Moved by Willman seconded by Taylor to approve wage Resolution for Wyoming Public Library employees at $10.50 per hour.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution #1923.

Moved by Taylor seconded by  Leonard for Clerk’s attending Academy and Clerk’s institute.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.

Moved by Willman seconded by Leonard to approve Council attending Small Cities Workshop online.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.

Next meeting will be held at the Calkins Barn Basement.

Moved by Leonard seconded by Taylor to adjourn at 8:47 p.m. Roll call Vote. Aye- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.

April 13, 2020

The regular meeting of the Wyoming City Council was held April 13, 2020 at the City Hall. Due to the COVID-19 virus, this meeting was held electronically.  Chapter 21.8 of the Iowa Code does permit an electronic meeting where all members participate remotely when an in-person meeting is impossible or impractical. On March 19, 2020, Governor Reynolds issued a Proclamation of Disaster Emergency which included a suspension of Iowa laws that would prevent the use of electronic meetings or the limitation on the number of people present at an in-person meeting site.  Therefore, only Mayor Agnitsch, Gravel, Taylor, Huston and City Clerk Sheri Tjaden were present at City Hall.  The agenda and the City’s social media had this message posted to give instructions on how others could participate. Council members present by electronic were  Leonard, Scott, and Willman.  Staff present electronically:  Bahrke.

Mayor Agnitsch called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m.

Moved by Taylor seconded by Scott to approve the consent agenda.   Roll call vote.  Aye- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.

ACCESS SYSTEMS LIBR SERV  $        125.16
AFLAC EMPL INS  $        132.75
AGVANTAGE FS LP  $        956.90
ALLIANT ELECTRIC  $     4,317.90
AMAZON CAPITAL SERVICES CITY SUP  $           21.97
BAKER & TAYLOR LIBR SUP  $        227.12
BARNHART CONSTRUCTION CALKINS SERV  $     4,745.00
CALIFORNIA STATE GARNISHMENT  $        561.90
CALIFORNIA STATE GARNISHMENT  $        168.75
CHEM RIGHT LABS WA/SW LABS  $        267.00
CHEM RIGHT LABS SW LABS  $           80.00
CITY OF WYOMING WA/SW TRANSFER  $   18,242.50
CITY OF WYOMING WA/SW BILLS  $        439.50
HAWKINS, INC. WA SUP  $        138.44
HAWKINS, INC. WA SUP  $        108.55
HOLLY’S TSM CITY SUP  $           18.36
IA ASSOC OF MUNICIPAL UTIL CITY SERV  $        332.40
IOWA INTERACTIVE ONLINE PAYMENT FEES  $           17.71
IPERS RETIREMENT  $     1,446.76
IRS WITHHOLDING  $     1,806.13
JONES CO ENGINEER WEBSTER ST BRIDGE INSP  $        110.00
KLUESNER SANITATION CONTRACT  $     3,271.80
KOCH BROTHERS COPY MACHINE  $     3,195.00
LEVI BARHKE CLOTHING ALLOW  $         148.64
LITTLE EAGLES NEST TRANSFERS  $     1,567.00
MCALEER WATER COND CALKINS SUP  $           47.95
PODHASKI INSURANCE LIABILITY INS  $   59,614.00
QCANALYSTIC SERVICES SW LABS  $           88.00
QUILL CORPORATION CITY SUP  $           74.19
QUILL CORPORATION WA/SW SUP  $        184.69
QUILL CORPORATION CITY STAMPS  $            31.75
ROD GRAVEL CLOTHING ALLOW  $           79.80
SECURITY PROD OF DUBUQUE CITY/CALKINS SERV  $           62.00
SOPER PLBG & HTG CALKINS SERV  $           50.00
THOMAS MOWING CALKINS SERV  $        450.00
TREASURER, STATE OF IOWA WA TAX  $        718.00
TREASURER, STATE OF IOWA SALES TAX  $        538.00
TREASURER, STATE OF IOWA STATE TAX  $        899.00
UNITED HEALTHCARE HEALTH INSURANCE  $     6,420.48
U S CELLULAR CITY SERV  $        107.78
USA BLUEBOOK WA SUP  $        234.89
USDA CHILD CARE LOAN  $     1,424.00
VISA LIBR/CITY SUP  $        293.06
VISA CARD CALKINS SUP  $        195.78
WAL MART COMMUNITY LIBR/CITY SUP  $           86.60
WHKS WA PROJECT  $        983.00
WHKS WA PROJECT  $     7,131.71
WOODWARD COMMUNITY MEDIA LEGAL PUBLICATIONS  $        197.79
WYOMING AUTO PARTS CITY/CALKINS SERV  $        111.46
WYOMING MUTUAL PHONE LIBR/CITY/CALKINS SERV  $        905.63
WYOMING PUBLIC LIBRARY POSTAGE  $             8.98
TOTAL    $ 123,385.78

Revenue and Expenses for March 2020

Funds   Revenue   Expenses
General           6101.81   39421.86
Library Regular   732.02   4770.44
Library Special   258.33   36.99
Wyoming Hist. Museum   5.98   6145.19
Calkins   144262.25   30336.76
Calkins Barn   809.85    
Road Use Tax   2610.54   5575.68
Trust & Agency   315.62   4584.47
Local Option Sales Tax   3243.24    
Rohwedder Trust   20.21    
Emergency   70.63    
Debt Service   313.50    
Water   13873.11   17598.11
Water Deposit   100.00   200.00
Water Sinking Fund   2071.50    
Sewer   24135.63   25759.59
Sewer Sinking   16171.00    
Storm Sewer   305.02    
Childcare Enterprise   1602.26   4891.21
Childcare Sinking   1424.00   1424.00
Childcare Reserve   143.00    
Totals   218569.50   140744.30
         

Moved by Huston seconded by Leonard to approve additional work including new pump and shocking of well #3 from Cahoy at $12,608.00. Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Current invoice due is $4,911.50 due.

Moved by Willman seconded by Taylor to approve a new flow meter from Boomerang at $7,500.00.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.

Moved by Willman seconded by Huston to table the water project, waiting on USDA.   Roll call vote.  Aye- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.

Moved by Taylor seconded by Willman to approve Resolution setting Public Hearing for FY 2020 Budget Amendment.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1916.

Discussion was held on the Learning Center Agreement with school.  The attorney is reviewing contract language.

Clerk gave report on items including X-75 markings, trees, permits and new copy machine.

Council will hold the May 11th meeting at the Calkins Barn to allow more participants yet stay under ten if needed yet.

Moved by Huston seconded by Willman to adjourn at 7:17 p.m. Roll call Vote. Aye- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.

SPECIAL MEETING, March 19, 2020

The Special Meeting of the Wyoming City Council was held March 19, 2020 at the City Hall. Council members present were Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor. Staff: Tjaden.

Mayor Agnitsch called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m.

Moved by Huston seconded by Taylor to approve the agenda.  Roll call vote.  Aye-  Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.

Moved by Willman seconded by Taylor to approve the Resolution for temporary electronic meetings and closure of City facilities and offices.  Roll call vote.  Aye-  Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution #1913.  The City will utilize zoom while there is a restriction on groups of ten or more.

Moved by Scott seconded by Huston to approve Resolution for Insurance Policy and Blanket Bond effective April 1, 2020.  Roll call vote.  Aye-  Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution #1914.

Moved  by Leonard seconded by Willman to approve temporary delinquent policy for water shut off.  Roll call vote.  Aye-  Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution #1915.

Moved by Huston seconded by Scott to approve copy machine from Koch for $3,195.00  with the USDA grant paying for a portion.  Other quotes were Access Systems $3,702.94 and JTF $3,998.50.  Roll call vote.  Aye-  Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.

Moved by Scott seconded  by Leonard to approve the bills.  Roll call vote.  Aye- Leonard, Scott, and Taylor.  Motion carried.

ALLIANT ENERGY/IPL ALL ELECTRIC $4,080.23
AMAZON BATTERY $23.99
BADER MASONRY INC CALKINS SERV $4,785.00
CASEYS CITY $168.09
MIDLAND POST PROM ALLOCATION $50.00
PER MAR SECURITY SERVICES LIBR/WHMC SERV $190.56
QUILL CITY SUP $158.60
TREASURER, STATE OF IOWA WA TAX $714.00
U.S. CELLULAR CITY PHONE $107.90
VISA CARD CALKINS SUP $1,054.55
TOTAL   $11,332.92
   
     

Clerk reported on conversation with Iowa Finance Authority regarding the sewer loans, Alliant grant for VFD’s at sewer plant, and a grant for the fire department.

Ditch easements have expired.  Huston and Tjaden will work on those.

Moved by Huston seconded by Leonard to adjourn at 7:23 p.m. Roll call vote.  All aye.  Motion carried.

The regular meeting of the Wyoming City Council was held March 9, 2020 at the City Hall. Council members present were Huston, Taylor, Leonard, Scott, and Willman.  Staff present:  Bahrke, Dirks and Tjaden.   Visitors:  Librarian Nikki Rushford and Jim Eichhorn.

Mayor Agnitsch called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m.

Moved by Huston seconded by Taylor to approve the consent agenda.   Roll call vote.  Aye- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.

AFLAC EMPL INSURANCE  $      106.20
AGVANTAGE FS CALKINS/CITY/WHMC/LIBR  $   2,693.78
ALLIANT ENERGY ELECTRIC  $   4,290.97
AMAZON CAPITAL SERV CITY SUP  $        51.79
AMAZON CAPITAL SERV CITY SUP  $        49.98
BADER MASONRY CALKINS SERV  $   5,000.00
BADGER METER SOFTWARE LICENSE  $      780.00
BAKER & TAYLOR LIBRARY BOOKS  $      138.50
CALIFORNIA STATE GARNISHMENT  $      449.52
CALIFORNIA STATE GARNISHMENT  $      135.00
CASEY’S MASTERCARD CITY FUEL/LIB SUP  $      363.13
CEDAR JONES EARLY CHILDHOOD LIBR SUP  $        20.00
CHEM RIGHT LABS WA/SW LABS  $      147.00
CHEM RIGHT LABS SW LABS  $      100.00
CITY OF WYOMING WA/SW TRANSFERS  $ 18,242.50
CITY OF WYOMING POSTAGE  $           7.75
CITY OF WYOMING CITY UTILITIES  $      539.50
DEMCO, INC LIBR SUP  $        53.22
EASTERN IA TOURISM VOID  $       (50.00)
HAWKINS WA/ SW CHEM  $     1,011.10
HOLLY’S SUPERMARKET CITY SUP  $           1.69
IOWA ASSOC OF MUNI UTIL DUES  $      593.00
IA PRISON INDUSTRIES CITY SUP  $      214.50
IPERS RETIREMENT  $   1,486.83
IRS WITHHOLDING  $   1,989.00
JOHN DEERE FINANCIAL CITY SUP  $      325.15
JONES CO. TOURISM CALKINS  $        50.00
JONES COUNTY AUDITOR ELECTION  $   1,137.85
JONES COUNTY AUDITOR WHMC RENTAL  $        50.00
JONES CO RECORDER CITY SERV  $        42.00
JOURNAL-EUREKA LEGALS  $      399.58
KLUESNER SANITATION GARBAGE  $   3,286.15
LEARNING CENTER TRANSFER  $   1,567.00
MILLER’S WOOD FLOOR CALKINS SERV  $   4,000.00
QCANALYSTIC SERVICES SW SERV  $        22.00
QCANALYSTIC SERVICES SW SERV  $        88.00
QUILL CORPORATION CITY SUP  $        37.24
SECURITY PROD OF DUBUQUE CITY/CALKINS SERV  $        62.00
SOPER PLBG & HEATING CHILDCARE  $   1,445.26
SUPERIOR APPLICANCE CALKINS SERV  $        85.00
TREASURER, STATE OF IOWA WATER TAX  $      689.00
TREASURER, STATE OF IOWA WATER TAX  $      714.00
U.S. CELLULAR CITY SERV  $      107.90
USA BLUEBOOK WA/SW SUP  $      106.46
USDA CHILDCARE LOAN  $   1,424.00
VISA CITY/LIBR SUP  $   1,263.00
WAL MART CITY/LIBR SUP  $      119.24
WELLMARK INSURANCE  $   3,422.68
WHKS  ENGINEERS WA PROJECT  $   1,797.00
WYOMING AUTO PARTS WA/ST SUP  $      134.04
WYOMING  PHONE CITY/CALKINS SERV  $      281.68
WYOMING PHONE LIBRARY SERV  $      621.67
WYOMING WELDING, INC. SNOW REMOVAL  $      300.00
TOTAL    $ 61,992.86

Revenue and Expenses for February 2020

Funds   Revenue   Expenses
General           5603.99   9237.67
Library Regular   3148.25   3204.78
Library Special   13.06   52.00
Wyoming Hist. Museum   305.38   817.57
Calkins   7.82   3692.04
Calkins Barn   1158.76    
Road Use Tax   6353.61   4149.83
Trust & Agency   78.98   1746.77
Local Option Sales Tax   3243.24    
Rohwedder Trust   18.91    
Emergency   17.68    
Debt Service   78.44    
Water   14005.64   8242.77
Water Deposit   300.00   100.00
Water Sinking Fund   2071.50    
Sewer   23436.92   21877.41
Sewer Sinking   16171.00    
Storm Sewer   307.76    
Childcare Enterprise   1601.91   1567.00
Childcare Sinking   1424.00   1424.00
Childcare Reserve   143.00    
Totals   79489.85   56111.84
         

Mayor Agnitsch opened the Public Hearing on the Proposed FY 2020 Budget Amendment at 7:00 p.m.   No speakers for or against.  No papers filed.  Moved by Taylor seconded by Huston to close the Public Hearing at 7:02.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.

Mayor Agnitsch opened the Public Hearing on the Proposed FY 2021 Budget at 7:02 p.m.  No speakers for or against.  No papers filed.  Moved by Willman seconded by Scott to close the Public Hearing at 7:03.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.

Mayor Agnitsch opened the Public Hearing on the Proposed development agreement with Glenwood for a Dollar General at 7:03 p.m.   Willman commented on concern for flooding.  The properties run off will be taken care of but they are not responsible for correcting what comes from the North.  No speakers for or against on the agreement.  No papers filed.  Moved by Huston seconded by Leonard to close the Public Hearing at 7:08.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.

Moved by Leonard seconded by Scott to approve the Development Agreement with Glenwood Equities, LLC.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution #1900.

Moved by Huston seconded by Taylor to approve  Resolution to approve the allocation to Midland’s Post Prom for $50.  Roll call vote.  Aye- Huston, Leonard,

Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution# 1901.

Moved by Leonard seconded by Willman to not be a host town for RAGBRIA.  Roll call vote.  Aye- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.

Rushford gave a report on what the Library has done for updates, programing and other services.  Also, the Library is Tier III as is the Librarian.

Notice for Potential Impact regarding the West Webster Street Water Project has been published.

Moved by Huston seconded by Taylor to set approve quote for motor for well #3 from Cahoy at $5,894. Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Other quotes were Northway $6,369 and Peerless $8,590 for labor only.

Moved by Willman seconded by Leonard to approve two of the VFD for the Alliant grant.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.

Moved by Willman seconded by Scott to have engineer look at Railroad Street.  Roll call vote.  Aye- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.

Moved by Willman seconded by Taylor to approve the Emergency Response Plan for the Drinking Water System.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried. Clerk assigned Resolution # 1902.

Moved by Willman seconded by Taylor to pay engineer for W. Webster Street Water Project with water funds now and not hold up the project while the USDA loan/grant is being reviewed.  Roll call vote.  Aye- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.

Sheriff’s report was reviewed.

Moved by Huston seconded by Leonard to approve renewal of RACK”S liquor license contingent  upon paper work being completed.  Aye- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.

Moved by Taylor seconded by Scott to approve Resolution approving FY 2020 Budget Amendment.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1903.

Moved by Scott seconded by Huston to approve Resolution to approve FY 2021 Budget.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1904.

Moved by Leonard seconded by Huston to approve letter of compliance for the USDA grant for the copy machine.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1905.

Moved by Willman seconded by Leonard to approve letter of compliance for the USDA grant for the Library security system updates.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1906.

Moved by Willman seconded by Huston to approve Resolution to approve allocation for the FY 2021 Jones County Economic Development for $250.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1907.

Moved by Taylor seconded by Scott to approve Resolution to approve allocation for FY 2021 Jones County Tourism in the amount of $153.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1908.

Moved by Taylor seconded by Leonard to approve Resolution for allocation  of $250 for the Jones County Safe & Healthy Youth for FY 2021.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1909.

Moved by Willman seconded by Scott to approve allocation of $250 for Jones County Senior Dining for FY 2021.  Roll call vote.  Aye.- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution #1910.

Moved by Huston seconded by Leonard to approve allocation of $250 for Jones County Extension for Summer Camp FY 2021.  Roll call vote.  Aye.- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution #1911.

Moved by Leonard seconded by Scott to approve allocation of $250 for Jones County Transportation Services for FY 2021.  Roll call vote.  Aye.- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution #1912.

Discussion was held on the Learning Center Agreement with school.  The School only needs one room.   Mayor and Clerk met with USDA, Frankfurt, Rushford and Jones County Economic Development director to discuss options.  Waiting for some answers from USDA for options.

Discussion on 311 W. Main Street property was held.

Moved by Huston seconded by Taylor to appoint Ginger Thomas to JCED board.  Roll call vote.  Aye-   Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.

Items for next agenda are 311 W. Main Street.

Moved by Scott seconded by Huston to adjourn at 8:12 p.m. Roll call Vote. Aye- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.

The regular meeting of the Wyoming City Council was held February 10, 2020 at the City Hall. Council members present were Huston, Taylor, Leonard, Scott, and Willman.  Staff present:  Gravel, Bahrke, Dirks and Tjaden.   Visitors:  Jim Eichhorn and Dereck Lumsden.

Mayor Agnitsch called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m.

Moved by Willman seconded by Huston to approve the consent agenda, including corrected Revenue reports for emergency levy that had been entered in employee levy.   Roll call vote.  Aye- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.

AFLAC EMPL INSUR  $      106.20
AGVANTAGE FS LP / FUEL  $   3,325.01
BAKER & TAYLOR LIBR SUP  $        72.78
BARNHART CONSTRUCTION CALKINS SERV  $      820.48
BLADE PEST CONTROL CALKINS SERV  $      118.00
CALIFORNIA STATE PAYROLL EXP  $      449.52
CALIFORNIA STATE PAYROLL EXP  $      135.00
CHEM RIGHT LABORATORIES SW/WA SERV  $      117.00
CHEM RIGHT LABORATORIES SW SERV  $      130.00
CITY OF WYOMING WA/SW TRANSFERS  $ 18,242.50
CITY OF WYOMING WA/SW UTILITIES  $      439.50
COMELEC CITY SIREN  $      346.92
DMC CONSTRUCTION LIBR SERV  $      201.00
EASTERN IOWA TOURISM CALKINS MEMBERSHIP  $        50.00
GWORKS CITY SUP  $        42.51
HAWKINS WA SUP  $      185.41
HOLLY’S TSM CITY SUP  $           9.78
IMFOA DUES  $        50.00
IPERS IPERS  $   1,458.56
IRS FED/FICA TAX  $   1,830.84
J&R SUPPLY WA SUP  $        72.00
JOHN DEERE FINANCIAL CALKINS SERV/ STREET/LIB SUP  $      458.77
JONES COUNTY TOURISM MUSEUM DUES  $        50.00
JOURNAL-EUREK LEGAL PUBLICATIONS  $      315.06
KLUESNER SANITATION CONTRACT  $   3,343.55
LEARNING CENTER CHILDCARE TRANSFERS  $   1,567.00
QCANALYSTIC SERV SW SERV  $        66.00
REMLEY WILLEMS MCQUILLEN VOSS LEGAL FEES  $   2,328.75
SADLER POWER TRAIN ST SUP  $        16.55
SECURITY PRODUCTS OF DUBUQUE CITY/CALKINS SERV  $        62.00
SHERI TJADEN HUMIDIFIER FILTERS  $        17.11
SOPER PLBG. & HTG. CALKINS SUP  $      143.00
STICKLEY ELECTRIC SERVICE CALKINS SERV  $   6,728.30
USA BLUEBOOK SW SUP  $        75.57
USA BLUEBOOK WA SUP  $      115.27
USDA CHILDCARE LOAN  $   1,424.00
VISA TRUCK PARTS LIBR SUP  $      624.41
VISA CARD CALKS SUP  $        20.78
WAL MART COMMUNITY LIBR SUP  $        22.93
WELLMARK HEALTH INSURANCE  $   3,422.68
WYOMING AUTO PARTS CITY SUP  $        38.44
WYOMING MUTUAL PHONE LIBR/CITY/CALKINS  $      903.71
WYOMING PUBLIC LIBRARY POSTAGE  $           4.11
TOTAL    $ 49,951.00

Revenue and Expenses for January 2020

Funds   Revenue   Expenses
General   11,052.74   24,013.32
Library Regular   1,106.94   3,165.01
Library Special   52.06    
Wyoming Hist. Museum   776.18   835.54
Calkins   9.12   9,480.15
Calkins Barn   1,959.17    
Road Use Tax   7,002.01   5,017.11
Trust & Agency   106.52   1,717.67
Local Option Sales Tax   3,837.28    
Rohwedder Trust   20,171.04    
Emergency   23.84    
Debt Service   460.80    
Water   13,907.49   10,699.47
Water Deposit       400.00
Water Sinking Fund   2071.50    
Sewer   2,3656.95   25,643.93
Sewer Sinking   16,171.00    
Storm Sewer   311.61    
Childcare Enterprise   1,602.02   1,567.00
Childcare Sinking   1,424.00   1,424.00
Childcare Reserve   143.00    
Totals   105,845.27   83,963.20
         

Mayor Agnitsch opened the Public Hearing on the Proposed Sale of a portion of S. Jackson Street as platted at 7:00 p.m.   No speakers for or against.  No papers filed.  Moved by Taylor seconded by Leonard to close the Public Hearing at 7:01.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.

Mayor Agnitsch opened the Public Hearing on the Proposed Designation of the Wyoming Urban Renewal Area at 7:02 p.m.   No speakers for or against.  No papers filed.  Moved by Willman seconded by Huston to close the Public Hearing at 7:02.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.

Mayor Agnitsch opened the Public Hearing on the Proposed USDA grant for copy machine for City Hall and the Proposed USDA grant for security system updates for the Library at 7:02 p.m.   No speakers for or against.  No papers filed.  Moved by Taylor seconded by Scott to close the Public Hearing at 7:03.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.

Mayor Agnitsch opened the Public Hearing on the Proposed USDA grant/loan for the W. Webster Street Water Project at 7:03 p.m.   No speakers for or against.  No papers filed.  Moved by Willman seconded by Scott to close the Public Hearing at 7:03.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.

Mayor Agnitsch opened the Public Hearing on the Proposed Max Levy for FY 2021 Budget at 7:03 p.m.   No speakers for or against.  No papers filed.  Moved by Taylor seconded by Huston to close the Public Hearing at 7:04.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.

Moved by Willman seconded by Leonard to approve Resolution for sale of a portion of vacated South Jackson Street for $1, all legal, publication and recording fees to Glenwood Equities, LLC.   Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution #1886.

Moved by Huston seconded by Taylor to approve  Resolution to Declare Necessity and Establish an Urban Renewal Area  and Approve Urban Renewal Plan and Project for the Urban Renewal Area.  Roll call vote.  Aye- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution #1187.

Moved by Taylor seconded by Scott to approve FIRST READING OF AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING FOR THE DIVISION OF TAXES LEVIED ON TAXABLE PROPERTY IN THE WYOMING URBAN RENEWAL AREA.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.

Moved by Willman seconded by Leonard to approve WAIVE SECOND READING OF AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING FOR THE DIVISION OF TAXES LEVIED ON TAXABLE PROPERTY IN THE WYOMING URBAN RENEWAL AREA.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.

Moved by Huston seconded by Scott to approve THIRD AND FINAL READING OF AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING FOR THE DIVISION OF TAXES LEVIED ON TAXABLE PROPERTY IN THE WYOMING URBAN RENEWAL AREA.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Ordinance # 421.

Moved by Willman seconded by Huston to set a date of Meeting at which it is proposed to approve a development agreement with Glenwood Equities, LLC including annual appropriation Tax Increment Payments.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution #  1888.

Public Works report was reviewed.  Clerk will contact Alliant to see if grant is still available for the VFD’s at the sewer plant.

Moved by Scott seconded by Willman to have section J removed from the contract with Hall & Hall engineer for North Washington Street. Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1889.

Moved by Taylor seconded by Huston to approve Resolution raising Public Works Assistant to 30 hours per week average.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried. Clerk assigned Resolution # 1890.

Sheriff’s report was reviewed.

Moved by Huston seconded by Taylor to approve agreement with Wyoming Vol. Fire Department for FY 2021.  Aye- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried. Clerk assigned Resolution #1891.

Moved by Scott seconded by Huston to approve Resolution approving Max Levy for FY 2021 which will need a super majority vote.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1892.

Moved by Willman seconded by Taylor to approve Resolution to set Public Hearing for the FY 2020 budget amendment.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1893.

Moved by Willman seconded by Taylor to approve Resolution to set Public Hearing for the FY 2021 Budget.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1894.

Moved by Leonard seconded by Scott to approve Resolution to approve Mayor and Clerk to sign for the USDA grant application for the copier for City Hall.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1895.

Moved by Huston seconded by Taylor to approve Resolution to approve Mayor and Clerk to sign the USDA grant application for the Library security system updates.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1896.

Moved by Scott seconded by Taylor to approve Resolution to approve Mayor and Clerk to sign application and forms for the USDA grant/loan for the Webster Street Water Project.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1897.

Moved by Taylor seconded by Scott to approve Resolution for employee health insurance with United Health Care and policy update.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Clerk assigned Resolution #1898.

Moved by Huston seconded by Taylor to approve Jones County Sheriff’s contract for FY 2021.  Roll call vote.  Aye.- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution #1899.

Clerk reported the annual exam for FY 2019 has been filed.

Discussion on budget for meter software updates were discussed.

Training for Council Effectiveness is offered in March at Clinton and Dubuque.

Discussion on Railroad Street was held and VFD grant will be on March agenda.

Moved by Huston seconded by Scott to adjourn at 7:46 p.m. Roll call Vote. Aye- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.

SPECIAL MEETING, January 21, 2019

The Special Meeting of the Wyoming City Council was held January 21, 2019 at the City Hall. Council members present were Scott, Huston, Taylor, Gudenkauf and Willman. Staff: Tjaden.  Mayor Agnitsch called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m.

Moved by Taylor seconded by Huston to approve the bills.  Roll call vote.  Aye- Scott, Huston, Taylor, Gudenkauf and Willman.  Motion carried.

UNITY POINT CLINIC-OCC. DUES  $          40.00
QUILL CITY SUP  $          59.98
U.S. CELLULAR CITY PHONE  $          82.72
WELLMARK HEALTH INS  $    2,806.66
     $    2,989.36

Budget workshop was held.

Moved by Willman seconded by Huston to adjourn at 8:32 p.m. Roll call vote.  All aye.  Motion carried.

REGULAR MEETING, January 13, 2020

The regular meeting of the Wyoming City Council was held January 13, 2020 at the City Hall. Council members present were Huston, Taylor, Leonard, Scott, and Willman.  Staff present:  Tjaden.   Visitors: Molly Schmitt, Todd Hawley, Jim Eichhorn and Diane Carstensen.

Mayor Agnitsch called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m.

Moved by Huston seconded by Leonard to approve the consent agenda.   Roll call vote.  Aye- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.

AFLAC EMPLOY INS  $      132.75
AGVANTAGE FS LP  $   2,964.71
ALLEN WILLMAN CALKINS SUP  $           5.49
ALLIANT ENERGY ELECTRIC  $   4,099.77
ALLIANT ENERGY ELECTRIC  $   4,389.98
BAKER & TAYLOR LIBR SUP  $      208.12
BRAD PAULSEN CREDIT REFUND  $        16.45
BROWN SUPPLY WA SUP  $      473.10
CALIFORNIA STATE GARNISHMENT  $      561.90
CALIFORNIA STATE GARNISHMENT  $      168.75
CASEY’S MASTERCARD FUEL  $      193.07
CHEM RIGHT LABS WA/SW SERV  $      211.00
CITY OF WYOMING DEP TRANSFER  $      100.00
CITY OF WYOMING CASH BOX  $           8.69
CITY OF WYOMING WA/SW TRANSFER  $ 18,242.50
CITY OF WYOMING WHMC INS  $        35.00
CITY OF WYOMING WA/SW UTIL  $      458.24
COMELEC SERVICES SIREN BATTERIES  $      448.82
DELANCEY ELECTRIC SIREN REPAIRS  $      400.00
DELTA INDUSTRIES SW SUP  $   1,204.14
ELECTRIC PUMP SW SERV  $      545.00
HAWKINS WA SUP  $      943.11
IIMC CONFERENCE  $      550.00
IA ASSOC MUNICIPAL UTIL DUES  $      332.40
IPERS IPERS  $   1,997.09
IRS FED/FICA TAX  $   3,125.21
IOWA WORKFORCE UNEMPLOYEMENT  $        17.55
TREASURER STATE OF IA WA TAX  $      746.00
TREASURER STATE OF IA SALES TAX  $      554.00
JONES COUNTY SHERIFF FINAL HALF FY 20  $ 12,608.00
JONES CO SOLID WASTE DUES  $      643.75
JONI MILLER CREDIT REFUND  $        10.75
KLUESNER SANITATION CONTRACT  $   3,343.55
KRISTY MEYER DEPOSIT REFUND  $        81.26
LEARNING CENTER TRANSFER  $   1,567.00
MIDWEST BUSINESS PROD CITY/LIBR SERV  $      254.49
MINGER  LANDSCAPING CALKINS SERV  $   1,335.00
MINGER LANDSCAPING CALKINS SERV  $   1,335.00
MONTICELLO EXPRESS LEGAL PUB  $      117.33
OVERHEAD DOOR  DUBUQUE OLD DOT SHOP  $   1,222.50
PER MAR SECURITY SERVICES WHMC/LIBR SERV  $      190.56
QCANALYSTIC SERVICES SW SERV  $      239.00
SADLER POWER TRAIN TRUCK SUP  $      264.35
SECURITY PROD OF DUBUQUE CITY/CALKINS SERV  $        62.00
TELEDYNE INSTRUMENTS SW SUP  $      262.00
TREASURER, STATE OF IOWA SALES TAX  $      517.00
TREASURER, STATE OF IOWA STATE TAX  $   1,597.00
TUMBLEWEED PRESS IN LIBR SERV  $      350.00
U.S. CELLULAR CITY SERV  $      108.29
USA BLUEBOOK WA SUP  $      176.96
USDA CHILDCARE LOAN  $   1,424.00
VISA CARD CALKINS  $      448.26
WAL MART COMM LIBR SUP  $      255.05
WELLMARK INSURANCE  $   3,422.68
WYOMING AUTO PARTS ST SUP  $      746.53
WYOMING MUTUAL TELEPHONE CITY/LIBR/CALKINS SERV  $   1,127.99
WYOMING PUBLIC LIBRARY POSTAGE  $           2.61
TOTAL    $ 76,845.75

Revenue and Expenses for December 2019

Funds   Revenue   Expenses
General   15895.88   18690.98
Library Regular   2834.50   3449.02
Library Special   .06    
Wyoming Hist. Museum   1258.70   403.05
Calkins   9.23   4352.25
Calkins Barn   514.73    
Road Use Tax   4081.40   15584.84
Trust & Agency   1450.77   2244.89
Local Option Sales Tax   7674.56    
Rohwedder Trust   34.10    
Emergency   324.63    
Debt Service   1441.00    
Water   14862.97   10177.01
Water Deposit   200.00   100.00
Water Sinking Fund   2071.50   3165.00
Water Reserve        
Sewer   24813.67   23101.88
Sewer Sinking   16171.00   31986.25
Sewer Reserve        
Storm Sewer   320.33    
Childcare Enterprise   1602.17   1567.00
Childcare Sinking   1424.00   1424.00
Childcare Reserve   143.00    
Totals   97128.21   116246.17
         

Correspondence from the Iowa Finance Authority was received.  The City did not get any of the first-round money from the water excise tax.

Mayor Agnitsch opened the Public Hearing on the Proposed Vacation of a portion of S. Jackson Street as platted at 7:01 p.m.   No speakers for or against.  No papers filed.  Moved by Huston seconded by Willman to close the Public Hearing.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.

Superintendent Todd Hawley gave an update on the use of the Learning Center.

Molly Schmitt requested funds for the ISU extension Summer Camp.

Moved by Willman seconded by Taylor to approve FIRST READING OF AN ORDINANCE TO VACATE A PORTION OF S JACKSON ST.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.

Moved by Huston seconded by Scott to approve WAIVE SECOND READING OF AN ORDINANCE TO VACATE A PORTION OF S JACKSON ST.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.

Moved by Scott seconded by Taylor to approve THIRD AND FINAL READING OF AN ORDINANCE TO VACATE A PORTION OF S JACKSON ST.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Ordinance #420.

Moved by Huston seconded by Leonard to approve Resolution proposing sale of a portion of vacated South Jackson Street and Set Public Hearing for February 10th at 7 p.m.   Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution #1873.

Moved by Huston seconded by Leonard to approve applying for IDOT permit on behalf of Dollar General developer, access will be widened by developer.  Roll call vote.  Aye- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.

Public Works report was reviewed.

Moved by Willman seconded by Huston to approve price quote from Wendling Quarries for 2020.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1874.

Moved by Taylor seconded by Huston to approve Casey’s Liquor License for adding liquor.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.

Moved by Huston seconded by Leonard to approve Liquor License renewal for Holly’s Town Super Market contingent on paper work.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.

Moved by Leonard seconded by Willman to approve Resolution setting date for  Public Hearing on Designation of the Wyoming Urban Renewal Area and on Urban Renewal Plan and Project for February 10th at 7 p.m..  Roll call vote.  Aye- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1875.

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Moved by Scott seconded by Taylor to approve Resolution setting Public Hearing for FY 2021 Max Levy for February 10th.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1876.

Moved by Willman seconded by Taylor to approve Resolution to set Public Hearing for the USDA grants for the City copy machine and Library security system for February 10th.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1877.

Moved by Leonard seconded by Willman to approve Resolution to set Public Hearing for the USDA grant/loan for the West Webster Street water project for February 10th.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1878.

Moved by Huston seconded by Taylor to approve Resolution to set Library wage for substitute at  $10.00 due to programing responsibilities.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1879.

Moved by Huston seconded by Taylor to approve the 2019 wage report.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.

Agnitsch, Kristina   Library    $            487.57
Agnitsch, Steve   Mayor    $         2,000.00
Bahrke, Levi   Public Works    $       22,992.65
Dirks, Richelle   City Hall    $         4,520.44
Gravel, Rod   Public Works    $       40,343.35
Gudenkauf, Kurt   Council    $            200.00
Hayes, Anna   Library    $            627.50
Huston, Kyle   Council    $            480.00
Klein, Paula   City Hall    $              96.00
Klemme, Maddie   Library    $         1,292.50
Leonard, Kevin   Council    $              40.00
Rushford, Nicole   Library/City Hall    $       13,315.88
Scott, Lee   Council    $            400.00
Taylor, Craig   Council    $            520.00
Tjaden, Sheri   City Hall    $       35,836.06
Vacek, Emma   Library    $            176.00
Willman, Allen   Council/Calkins    $         1,370.00
Wright, Shirley   Library    $         1,058.00
         $     125,755.95

Moved by Huston seconded by Willman to approve Resolution to approve $.50 raise for Deputy Clerk/six-month probation period over. Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1880.

Moved by Taylor seconded by Leonard to approve Resolution for ECIASSO agreement for Safety Program Training.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1881.

Budget Workshop meeting is January 20th at 6 p.m.

Moved by Huston seconded by Leonard to approve student job shadowing two hours per week at City Hall.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.

Moved by Scott seconded by Taylor to approve Resolution to appoint Mayor Pro- tem and standing committees same as last year. Roll call Vote. Aye- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution #1882.

Moved by Leonard seconded by Huston to appoint the official newspaper-Anamosa Journal Eureka. Roll call Vote. Aye- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution #1883.

Moved by Taylor seconded by Leonard to approve Resolution to appoint City Attorney-Janette Voss. Roll call Vote. Aye- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution #1884.

Moved by Huston seconded by Scott to appoint City Clerk, Deputy Clerk, Public Works Superintendent, Assistant, and Certified Operator for two-year terms.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1185.

Moved by Huston seconded by Leonard to adjourn at 8:09 p.m. Roll call Vote. Aye- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.

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November 2019

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August 12, 2019

July 1, 2019

June 10, 2019

May 13, 2019

April 8, 2019

March 11, 2019 

February 11, 2019

 January 21, 2019

January 14, 2019

2020  Minutes

The regular meeting of the Wyoming City Council was held December 14, 2020 at the Memorial Hall due to Covid 19 restrictions. Council Present: Mayor Agnitsch, Leonard, Huston, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Staff:  Tjaden.  Derek Lumsden-Jones County Economic Development, Rachel Nixon-Zapo Nixon LLC and Jon Larson-Hall & Hall Engineering.
Mayor Agnitsch called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m.
Moved by Scott seconded by Huston to approve the consent agenda.   Roll call vote.  Aye- Scott, Huston, Leonard, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.

AFLAC EMP INSURANCE  $      159.75
AGVANTAGE FS LP  $   1,730.67
ALLIANT ENERGY NOV BILL  $   3,287.16
ALLIANT ENERGY DEC BILL  $   3,306.32
BACKYARD GARDENS CALKINS SERV  $        30.00
BAKER & TAYLOR LIBRARY SUP  $        83.63
BARNHART CONSTRUCTION CALKINS SERV  $      356.25
CALIFORNIA STATE DISBURSEMENT EMPL  $        57.65
CALIFORNIA STATE DISBURSEMENT EMPL  $      168.75
CAMPBELL SUPPLY ST SUP  $      170.13
CASEY’S GENERAL STORES CITY FUEL  $      205.39
CHEM RIGHT LABORATORIES WA/SW SERV  $      103.00
CHEM RIGHT LABORATORIES SW SERV  $      230.00
CITY OF WYOMING POSTAGE  $           7.10
CITY OF WYOMING WA/SW UTIL  $      339.50
CITY OF WYOMING SW TRANSFER  $ 13,236.00
CMD SECURITY SOLUTIONS CITY/CALKINS  $        62.00
DALE CARSTENSEN WHMC SERV  $      419.46
HALL & HALL ENGINEEERS N WASHINGTON  $   1,230.00
HAWKINS, INC. WA SU  $      133.28
HOLLY’S TOWN SUPER MARKET WA SUP  $           5.99
IOWA PRISON INDUSTRIES CITY SUP  $      222.00
IOWA FINANCE AUTHORITY WA INTEREST  $   1,688.75
IOWA FINANCE AUTHORITY SW INTEREST  $      498.75
IOWA FINANCE AUTHORITY SW INTEREST  $ 30,230.00
IOWA RURAL WATER ASSOC DUES  $      225.00
IPERS RETIREMENT  $   1,791.41
IRS WITHHOLDING  $   2,221.68
J & R SUPPLY SW SUP  $      185.00
JILL YOUSSE CALKINS REFUND  $      150.00
JOHN DEERE FINANCIAL ST SUP  $        32.40
KLUESNER SANITATION CONTRACT  $   3,329.20
LEVI BAHRKE CLOTHING ALLOW  $      106.99
MCALEER WATER CONDITIONING CALKINS SU  $        95.90
MIDLAND FFA CALKINS SUP  $        15.00
PER MAR SECURITY LIBR/WHMC  $      268.89
QCANALYSTIC SERVICES SW SERV  $      176.00
QUILL CORPORATION CITY SUP  $        65.36
SOPER PLBG. & HTG. CALKINS SERV  $      220.00
STICKLEY ELECTRIC SERVICE CALKINS SERV  $        93.43
THOMAS MOWING CALKINS SERV  $      200.00
TRUENORTH INS FIRE/AMB  $      552.90
U.S. CELLULAR AMB/CITY SERV  $      132.43
U.S. CELLULAR AMB/CITY SERV  $      118.24
USDA CHILDCARE LOAN  $   1,424.00
UNITED HEALTHCARE OCT INSURANCE  $      958.92
UNITED HEALTHCARE INSURANCE  $   5,938.69
UNITED HEALTHCARE INSURANCE  $      160.53
UNITED HEALTHCARE INSURANCE  $      160.53
UNITED HEALTHCARE INSURANCE  $      121.99
USA BLUEBOOK WA SU  $      135.58
VISA POSTAGE/LIB SUP  $      804.16
VISA CARD CALKINS SUP  $        91.07
WAL MART COMMUNITY LIBR SUP  $        15.71
WENDLING QUARRIES ST SUP  $      551.57
WHKS ST SERV  $   3,660.20
WOODWARD COMMUNITY MEDIA LEGALS  $        64.29
WOODWARD COMMUNITY MEDIA LEGALS  $        74.31
WYOMING AUTO PARTS WA/ST SUP  $        34.02
WYOMING MUTUAL TELEPHONE LIB/CALKINS/CITY  $      872.56
TOTAL    $ 83,009.49

Revenue and Expenses for November 2020

Funds   Revenue   Expenses
General   13147.00   16742.58
Library Regular   2298.48   4294.98
Library Special   .03    
Wyoming Hist. Museum   233.06   44.44
Calkins   5.92   3036.09
Calkins Barn   6.17    
Road Use Tax   6413.26   4447.38
Trust & Agency   1726.04   2714.82
Local Option Sales Tax   14017.05    
Rohwedder Trust   13.05    
Water   14966.59   10324.34
Deposits   300.00    
Sewer   24849.25   21028.21
Storm Sewer   321.81    
Childcare Enterprise   400.63    
Childcare Reserve       1424.00
Totals   91934.34   64056.84

Moved by Huston seconded by Taylor to approve going with SUDAS recommendations for insurance amounts for the West Webster Street water project.   Roll call vote.  Ayes-Scott, Huston, Leonard, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.
Moved by Leonard seconded by Huston to approve Surface Transportation Block Grant application for North Washington Street.  Roll call vote.  Ayes- Scott, Huston, Leonard, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1957.
Public Works report was reviewed.
Moved by Scott seconded by Taylor to look at East side of 101 W. Main St. for possible in-kind match for the Catalyst Grant for the Zapo Nixen property.   Roll call vote.  Ayes- Scott, Huston, Leonard, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.
Sheriff’s report.
Moved by Taylor seconded by Willman to approve solar contract.  Roll call vote.  Ayes- Scott, Huston, Leonard, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1958.
Moved by Willman seconded by Scott to approve the ECIASSO safety health management program for 2021.  Roll call vote.  Ayes- Scott, Huston, Leonard, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.   Clerk assigned Resolution # 1959.
Moved by Huston seconded by Taylor to approve Resolution for Longevity pay for City employees.  Roll call vote.  Ayes- Scott, Huston, Leonard, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1960.
Moved by Willman seconded by Leonard to approve setting Public Hearing on USDA grant for the furnaces at the Learning Center.  Roll call vote.  Ayes- Scott, Huston, Leonard, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Resolution # 1961.
Moved by Huston seconded by Scott to approve selling shed at the Learning Center for “Best Offer”  to previous interested parties with Mayor discretion.  If none are interested will advertise for sale.  Roll call vote.  Ayes- Scott, Huston, Leonard, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.
Learning Center Loan was discussed.
Moved by Willman seconded by Huston to approve agreement with gworks for the meter software update.  Roll call vote.  Ayes- Scott, Huston, Leonard, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Resolution #1962.
Moved by Scott seconded by Huston to approve 2021 prices with Wendling Quarries.  Roll call vote.  Ayes- Scott, Huston, Leonard, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.   Clerk assigned Resolution # 1963.
Budget workshop dates are January 18th and 25th if needed.
Moved by Willman seconded by Scott to adjourn at 7:53 p.m. All aye.  Motion carried.

The regular meeting of the Wyoming City Council was held November 9, 2020 at the City Hall. Council Present: Mayor Agnitsch, Leonard, Huston, Taylor and Willman. Absent: Scott. Staff: Tjaden and Gravel. Derek Lumsden-Jones County Economic Development.
Mayor Agnitsch called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m.
Moved by Willman seconded by Taylor to approve the consent agenda. Roll call vote. Aye- Huston, Leonard, Willman and Taylor. Motion carried.
AFLAC EMP INSURANCE $ 127.80
AGVANTAGE FS FUEL $ 375.99
AMAZON CAPITAL SERVICES SNEEZE GUARD/LADDER PART $ 81.95
BACKYARD GARDENS CALKINS SERV $ 217.50
BAKER & TAYLOR LIBR SUP $ 82.68
BARD MATERIALS WA SUP $ 30.00
CALIFORNIA STATE DISBURSEMENT EMPL GARNISHMENT $ 46.12
CALIFORNIA STATE DISBURSEMENT GARNISHMENT $ 135.00
CASEY’S BUSINESS MASTERCARD FUEL $ 267.95
CHEM RIGHT LABORATORIES WA/SW SERV $ 223.00
CHEM RIGHT LABORATORIES SW SERV $ 140.00
CITY OF WYOMING TRANSFER SW $ 13,236.00
CITY OF WYOMING UTILITIES $ 363.20
CMD SECURITY SOLUTIONS CALKINS/CITY SERV $ 62.00
DORSEY & WHITNEY LLP TIF $ 6,550.50
GWORKS LICENSE/1099 FORMS $ 3,903.76
HALL & HALL ENGINEEERS N WASHINGTON ST $ 553.50
HAWKINS WA SUP $ 747.58
HOLIDAY INN AIRPORT IMFOA $ 201.60
HOLLY’S TOWN SUPER MARKET CITY SUP $ 15.00
IOWA ASSOC OF MUNICIPAL UTIL DUES $ 332.40
IOWA ONE CALL WA SERV $ 5.40
IPERS RETIREMENT $ 1,536.03
IRS WITHHOLDING $ 1,916.91
JOHN DEERE FINANCIAL CALKINS/CITY SUP $ 1,137.31
JONES COUNTY SOLID WASTE DUES $ 643.75
JOURNAL-EUREKA LEGALS $ 64.29
KLUESNER SANITATION CONTRACT $ 3,357.90
KOCH OFFICE GROUP CITY SUP $ 61.75
KROMMINGA MOTORS INC ST SERV $ 417.62
MICHELLE HANSEN LIBR SUP $ 81.61
PER MAR SECURITY SERVICES LIB SERV $ 2,088.63
QUILL CORPORATION CITY SUP $ 101.39
REMLEY WILLEMS MCQUILLEN VOSS CITY/WA SERV $ 1,011.25
ROD GRAVEL CLOTHING/MILEAGE $ 142.78
SPAHN & ROSE CITY SUP $ 75.17
TREASURER, STATE OF IOWA WA TAX $ 761.00
U.S. CELLULAR CITY SERV $ 117.43
UNITED HEALTHCARE INSURANCE $ 6,420.48
USA BLUEBOOK SW SUP $ 86.96
USA BLUEBOOK WA SUP $ 142.67
USDA CHILDCARE LOAN $ 1,424.00
VISA LIBR/CITY SUP $ 291.26
VISA CARD CALKINS SUP $ 67.85
WENDLING QUARRIES CITY SUP $ 105.36
WYOMING AUTO CITY SUP $ 27.26
WYOMING MUTUAL TELEPHONE CO. LIBR/CALKINS/CITY SUP $ 877.72
TOTAL $ 50,657.31

Revenue and Expenses for October 2020
Funds Revenue Expenses
General 52830.10 10292.21
Library Regular 15749.58 2330.78
Library Special 207.68 73.86
Wyoming Hist. Museum 258.18 26.69
Calkins 6.40 2690.52
Calkins Barn 606.38
Road Use Tax 4453.81 5025.52
Trust & Agency 9632.04 2632.19
Local Option Sales Tax 4350.17
Rohwedder Trust 13.49
Water 14494.60 44991.29
Deposits 100.00 100.00
Sewer 24990.83 23390.52
Sewer Sinking 13236.00
Storm Sewer 317.05 679.50
Childcare Enterprise 400.71
Childcare Reserve 1424.00
Totals 141647.02 93657.08

Moved by Willman seconded by Leonard to approve have MVP repair of flow meter at the lift station, quote was $3,490. Roll call vote. Ayes- Huston, Leonard, Willman and Taylor. Motion carried.
Moved by Taylor seconded by Leonard to approve meter/meter reading software from Smart Earth Technologies and gworks. Roll call vote. Ayes- Huston, Leonard, Willman and Taylor. Motion carried.
Public Works report was given.
Moved by Huston seconded by William to approve the Legion putting a Freedom Rock at Midway Park. Roll call vote. Ayes- Huston, Leonard, Willman and Taylor. Motion carried.
Moved by Huston seconded by Taylor to approve chicken permit for 510 E. Main Street contingent upon final adjoining property owners’ signature. Roll call vote. Ayes- Huston, Leonard, Willman and Taylor. Motion carried.
Sheriff’s report was reviewed.
Moved by Huston seconded by Leonard to approve AD&D Insurance for Wyoming Fire and Midland Ambulance in the amount of $566.20. Roll call vote. Ayes- Huston, Leonard, Willman and Taylor. Motion carried.
Moved by Willman seconded by Huston to approve solar contract contingent on clarification from City attorney. Roll call vote. Ayes- Huston, Leonard, Willman and Taylor. Motion carried.
Moved by Taylor seconded by Leonard to approve Annual examination contract with Hogan and Hanson. They were the only firm submitting a proposal. Roll call vote. Ayes- Huston, Leonard, Willman and Taylor. Motion carried. Clerk assigned Resolution # 1956.
Moved by Huston seconded by Leonard to not purchase property by old state shed. Roll call vote. Ayes- Huston, Leonard, Willman and Taylor. Motion carried.
The City and Lumsden are looking for options regarding the Learning Center.
Moved by Leonard seconded by Taylor to approve using deposit box for City business and calling City Hall is customers need something, due to increase in Covid 19 cases. Masks required due to small lobby. Roll call vote. Ayes- Huston, Leonard, Willman and Taylor. Motion carried.
Lumsden will contact a previous board member to see if they are interested in representing Wyoming for the Jones County Economic Development board.
Lumsden also presented information on the Catalyst program for a building downtown.
Clerk updated Council on North Washington Street project and will have it on the December agenda.
Moved by Huston seconded by Leonard to adjourn at 7:51 p.m. All aye. Motion carried.

The regular meeting of the Wyoming City Council was held October 12, 2020 at the City Hall. Council Present: Mayor Agnitsch, Leonard, Huston, Taylor and Willman.  Absent:  Scott.  Staff:  Dirks, Bahrke, Tjaden and Gravel.
Mayor Agnitsch called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m.
Moved by Huston seconded by Taylor to approve the consent agenda.   Roll call vote.  Aye- Huston, Leonard, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.

ACCESS SYSTEMS LIBR SERV  $        51.42
AFLAC EMPLOYEE INS  $      127.80
AGVANTAGE FS, INC CITY FUEL  $      248.65
ALLIANT ENGERGY ALL  $   3,126.94
BACKYARD GARDENS CALKINS SERV  $      172.50
BAKER & TAYLOR LIBR SUP  $      114.88
BARNHART CONSTRUCTION CALKINS SERV  $      264.25
BLADE PEST CONTROL CALKINS SERV  $      118.00
CALIFORNIA STATE GARNISHMENT  $      126.05
CALIFORNIA STATE GARNISHMENT  $      135.00
CASEY’S BUSINESS MASTERCARD FUEL  $      245.07
CHEM RIGHT LABORATORIES WA/SW SERV  $      211.00
CHEM RIGHT LABORATORIES SW SERV  $        20.00
CITIZENS STATE BANK WA SERV  $        21.70
CITY OF WYOMING SW TRANSFER  $ 13,236.00
CITY OF WYOMING CALKINS SERV  $      700.00
CITY OF WYOMING CALKINS WA/SW  $      126.20
CITY OF WYOMING WA/SW UTIL  $      237.00
CITY OF WYOMING POSTAGE  $          6.00
CMD SECURITY SOLUTIONS CITY/CALKINS SERV  $        62.00
COUNTRYSIDE LANDSCAPING CITY TREES  $   5,475.00
DELANCY ELECTRIC WELL PANEL  $      150.00
DEMCO LIBR SUPP  $       190.52
DIAMOND VOGEL PAINT CENTER ST SUPP  $        53.69
HALL & HALL ENGINEEERS ST SERV  $      153.75
HAWKINS WA SUP  $      188.16
HOLLY’S TOWN SUPERMARKET CITY SUP  $        27.47
IOWA DNR WA PERMIT  $        95.00
IOWA ONE CALL WA SERV  $        23.40
IPERS RETIREMENT  $   1,567.12
IRS WITHHOLDING  $   2,087.22
J & R SUPPLY STORM SW  $      668.50
JOHN DEERE FINANCIAL ST/WA SUP  $      124.73
JONES CO SOLD WASTE CITY SERV  $         10.00
JOSHUA HOWELL CALKINS REFUND  $      150.00
KLUESNER SANITATION GARBAGE  $   3,343.95
MIKE GEHL LAWN SERV CALKINS SERV  $       175.00
MISSISSIPPI VALLEY PUMP SW SUP  $   3,005.00
PAM WESTEMEIER CALKINS REFUND  $      450.00
QCANALYSTIC SERVICES WA/SW SERV  $      177.00
REMLEY WILLEMS MCQUILLEN VOSS WA SERV  $      281.25
SIMMERING-CORY/IA CODIFICATION CODE UPDATE  $      220.00
SOPER PLBG. & HTG. LIBR SUP  $        55.00
SPAHN & ROSE LUMBER CO ST SUPP  $        64.99
STATE LIBRARY OF IOWA LIBR SERV  $        55.90
THOMAS MOWING CALKINS SERV  $      400.00
TREASURER, STATE OF IOWA WA TAX  $      767.00
TREASURER, STATE OF IOWA SALES TAX  $      516.00
TREASURER, STATE OF IOWA WA TAX  $      776.00
TREASURER, STATE OF IOWA STATE TAXES  $   1,008.00
UNITED HEALTHCARE INSURANCE  $   6,420.48
USA BLUEBOOK WA/SW SUP  $      389.53
USA BLUEBOOK SW SUP  $         32.52
USA BLUEBOOK SW SUP  $         86.96
USDA CHILDCARE LOAN  $   1,424.00
UTILITY SERVICE WA TOWER  $ 28,343.38
VISA LIBR/CITY SUP  $      329.84
WAL MART COMMUNITY BRC LIBR SUP  $        72.66
WENDLING QUARRIES CITY  $        25.00
WENDLING QUARRIES CITY   $       39.56
WHKS WA PROJECT  $   9,035.00
WOODWARD COMMUNITY MEDIA LEGALS  $      355.75
WYOMING AUTO PARTS WA SUP  $        19.99
WYOMING MUTUAL TELEPHONE CO. LIBR/CALKINS/CITY  $      871.96
WYOMING PUBLIC LIBRARY POSTAGE  $           3.16
TOTAL    $ 88,978.90

Revenue and Expenses for September 2020

Funds   Revenue   Expenses
General   17797.31   8374.11
Library Regular   7311.94   3301.33
Library Special   .03    
Wyoming Hist. Museum   340.58   812.16
Calkins   6.19   3246.86
Calkins Barn   1156.13   600.00
Road Use Tax   7313.88   5231.19
Trust & Agency   3020.96   2696.61
Local Option Sales Tax   4350.17    
Rohwedder Trust   13.05    
Water   15336.55   30355.67
Deposits   200.00   292.42
Sewer   24430.07   19518.19
Sewer Sinking   13236.00    
Storm Sewer   317.90   6800.00
Childcare Enterprise   400.72   1489.40
Childcare Sinking   1424.00   1424.00
Totals   96655.48   84141.94

Moved by Huston seconded by Willman to approve  easement agreements for the W. Wester Street Water Project.  Roll call vote.  Ayes- Huston, Leonard, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.
Public Works report was reviewed.
Sheriff’s report for August was reviewed.
Moved by Taylor seconded by Leonard to approve Resolution for certifying mowing liens to Jones County Treasurer.  Roll call vote.  Aye- Huston, Leonard,  Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1954.
Moved by Willman seconded by Huston to approve amended Resolution for Covid 19 reimbursement.    Roll Call Vote.  Aye- Leonard, Huston, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1955.
Moved by Leonard seconded by Huston to adjourn at 7:20 p.m. All aye.  Motion carried.

The regular meeting of the Wyoming City Council was held September 14, 2020 at the City Hall. Council Present: Mayor Agnitsch, Leonard, Huston, Taylor, Willman and Scott.  Staff:  Dirks, Bahrke, Tjaden and Gravel.   Visitors:  Steve Harms and Jeff Eggert.
Mayor Agnitsch called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m.
Moved by Taylor seconded by Huston to approve the consent agenda.   Roll call vote.  Aye- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.

AFLAC EMPL INSURANCE  $      159.75
AGVANTAGE FS CALKINS/CITY SUP  $      373.70
ALLIANT ENERGY ELECTRIC SEPT  $   3,908.65
ALLISON ERICKSON WHMC BROCHURES  $      141.87
AMAZON CAPITAL SERVICES CITY HALL SUPPLIES  $      252.38
BADGER METER INC WA/SW METER  $      780.00
BAKER & TAYLOR LIBRARY SUP  $        62.52
BARNHART CONSTRUCTION CALKINS SERV  $      335.75
CALIFORNIA STATE GARNISHMENT  $      401.21
CALIFORNIA STATE GARNISHMENT  $      168.75
CHEM RIGHT LABORATORIES SW SUP  $      130.00
CHEM RIGHT LABORATORIES WA SUP  $        17.00
CITY OF WYOMING SW TRANSFER  $ 13,236.00
CITY OF WYOMING UTILITIES  $      237.00
CITY OF WYOMING UTILITIES  $      126.20
CITY OF WYOMING POSTAGE  $        12.45
CMD SECURITY SOLUTIONS CITY/CALKINS  $        62.00
DALE CARSTENSEN WHMC SERV  $      518.09
GRAINGER WA SUP  $      185.68
HAWKINS, INC. WA SUP  $      188.16
IOWA LEAGUE OF CITIES DUES  $      536.00
IPERS RETIREMENT  $   1,710.06
IRS WITHHOLDING  $   2,409.94
J&D CONSTRUCTION STORM DITCH  $   6,800.00
J&R SUPPLY ST SUPPLIES  $      623.50
JOHN DEERE FINANCIAL ST SUPPLIES  $      205.84
JONES COUNTY ENGINEER ST SUPPLIES  $   1,632.00
JONES COUNTY SOLID WASTE CLEAN UP AND BRIDGE DISPOSAL  $      436.65
KLUESNER SANITATION CONTRACT  $   3,400.95
LEARNING CENTER TRANSFERS  $   1,424.00
METERING & TECHNOLOGY SOLUTION METERS  $      437.02
MONTICELLO EXPRESS CHILDCARE SERV  $        65.40
NICOLE CLARK DEPOSIT REFUND  $           3.17
OVERDRIVE,INC LIBR SERV  $      330.70
PER MAR SECURITY LIBR/WHMC  $      190.56
QCANALYSTIC SERVICES SW SERV  $      132.00
QCANALYSTIC SERVICES WA SERV  $      383.00
QUILL CITY SUP  $         72.78
SIMMERING-CORY/IA CODIFICATION CODE UPDATES  $   1,011.00
SARAH CRUISE DEPOSIT REFUND  $      100.00
SOPER PLMG, HTG & ELECTRIC CALKINS SERV  $        73.30
STATE LIBRARY OF IOWA LIBR SERV  $        62.00
STOREY KENWORTHY/MATT PARROTT CITY SUP  $      173.30
THOMAS MOWING CALKINS SERV  $      860.00
UNITED HEALTHCARE INSURANCE  $   6,420.48
USA BLUEBOOK SW SUP  $        67.98
US CELLULAR CITY/WA SERV  $      132.38
USDA CHILDCARE LOAN  $   1,424.00
VISA CITY SUP  $        70.20
VISA CARD CALKINS  $      312.32
WAL MART COMMUNITY BRC LIBR SUP  $      103.76
WHKS WA PROJECT  $ 21,545.00
WOODWARD COMMUNITY MEDIA LEGALS  $      189.73
WYOMING AUTO PARTS ST/WA SUP  $        31.34
WYOMING MUTUAL TELEPHONE LIBR/CALKINS/CITY  $      869.68
TOTAL    $ 75,537.20

Revenue and Expenses for August 2020

Funds   Revenue   Expenses
General   4180.24   9431.66
Library Regular   326.44   3018.70
Library Special   .03   126.90
Wyoming Hist. Museum   2.95   31.37
Calkins   6.38   2061.17
Calkins Barn   556.32    
Road Use Tax   5449.53   3456.84
Trust & Agency       2641.08
Local Option Sales Tax   4350.17    
Rohwedder Trust   13.48    
Debt Service   247.88    
Water   14561.73   10527.02
Deposits   600.00   100.00
Sewer   24660.56   19183.75
Storm Sewer   317.88    
Childcare Enterprise   460.78   288.84
Childcare Sinking       1424.00
Totals   55486.49   52288.33

Visitors- Eggert discussed his plans for a building permit with the Council.  Harm discussed ditching in front of his property.
Larson from Hall & Hall discussed upcoming funding for the North Washington Street project.  City is looking for swap funds under the STBG DOT program. Hall will attend upcoming zoom meeting for preapplications.
Mayor Agnitsch opened the public hearing on the FY2021 budget amendment at 7:25 p.m.  Budget would be amending 103,001 in expenses for storm sewer and sewer VFD not done in 2020, W. Webster Street water project and sidewalk and street expenses, N. Washington Street project, updated meter reader software and health insurance.  No speakers for or against.  No papers filed.
Moved by Taylor seconded by Huston to close the public hearing at 7:26.  Roll call vote.  Aye- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.
Moved by Scott seconded by Willman to approve Resolution amending FY 2021 Budget.  Roll call vote. Aye- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried. Clerk assigned Resolution # 1944.
Moved by Taylor seconded by Leonard to approve engagement letter with bonding attorneys for the W Webster St. water project in an amount not to exceed $12,000.  Roll call vote.  Ayes- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1945.
Public Works report-included DNR water inspection report.
Moved by Huston seconded by Leonard to approve the tree bid from Country Landscaping at $5,475.  Other bid was from Dunkel Land Improvement for 6,800.      Roll call vote.  Aye- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.
Discussion was held on updated meter readings due to old readers not being available anymore.  Will discuss at next meeting.
Moved by Huston seconded by Willman to apply to IDOT for closure of Main Street during the Christmas City Celebration in case it is held.  Roll call vote.  Ayes- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.

Moved by Willman seconded by Scott to approve Trick or Treat hours from 5:30 -7:30 p.m. on Saturday, October 31st for those who want to participate.  Roll call vote.  Ayes- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.
Sheriff’s report for August  was reviewed.
Moved by Huston seconded by Taylor to approve the Cigarette License for Dollar General. Roll Call Vote.  Aye- Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.
Moved by Scott seconded by Leonard to approve Resolution for Covid 19 reimbursement.    Roll Call Vote.  Aye- Leonard, Huston, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1948.
Moved by Taylor seconded by Huston to approve agreement with USDA for Covid 19 payment deferral on Learning Center.  Roll Call Vote.  Aye- Leonard, Huston, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1949.
Moved by Willman seconded by Taylor for Clerk to move forward with applying for USDA facilities grant/loan for Learning Center HVAC.  Roll call Vote.  Aye- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.
Moved by  Willman seconded by Taylor to approve Resolution for procurement policy for Federal Grant.  Roll call vote.  Ayes- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution #1951.
Moved by Huston seconded by Taylor to remove Nichole Rushford from credit cards and add Lucile Johnson for Library credit cards as Librarian.  Roll call vote.  Ayes- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.
Moved by Taylor seconded by Leonard to approve Resolution for certifying mowing liens to Jones County Treasurer.  Roll call vote.  Aye- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1952.
Moved by Taylor seconded by Huston to approve transfer of $1,226.00 from Learning Center enterprise to Learning Center sinking fund for sale of items purchased with USDA grant funds.  Roll call vote.  Ayes- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1953.
Moved by Taylor seconded by Scott to approve FIRST READING OF AN ORDINANCE AMENDING PROVISIONS PERTAINING TO STANDARD PENALTY.  Roll call vote.  Ayes- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.   Motion carried.
Moved by Huston seconded by Willman to approve WAIVING SECOND READING OF AN ORDINANCE AMENDING PROVISIONS PERTAINING TO STANDARD PENALTY.  Roll call vote.  Ayes- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.
Moved by Leonard seconded by Scott to approve THIRD AND FINAL READING OF AN ORDINANCE AMENDING PROVISIONS PERTAINING TO STANDARD PENALTY.  Roll call vote.  Ayes- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.   Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Ordinance # 422.
Moved by Huston seconded by Taylor to approve FIRST READING OF AN ORDINANCE AMENDING PROVISIONS PERTAINING TO TOBACCO USE.  Roll call vote.  Ayes-  Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.
Moved by Taylor seconded by Leonard to approve WAIVING SECOND READING OF AN ORDINANCE AMENDING PROVISIONS PERTAINING TO TOBACCO USE.  Roll call vote.  Ayes- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.   Motion carried.
Moved by Willman seconded by Scott to approve THIRD AND FINAL READING OF AN ORDINANCE AMENDING PROVISIONS PERTAINING TO TOBACCO USE.  Roll call vote.  Ayes- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.   Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Ordinance # 423.
Moved by Huston seconded by Scott to approve FIRST READING OF AN ORDINANCE AMENDING PROVISIONS PERTAINING TO ANIMAL CONTROL.  Roll call vote.  Ayes- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.   Motion carried.
Moved by Taylor seconded by Leonard to approve WAIVING SECOND READING OF AN ORDINANCE AMENDING PROVISIONS PERTAINING TO ANIMAL CONTROL.  Roll call vote.  Ayes- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.   Motion carried.
Moved by Scott seconded by Leonard to approve THIRD AND FINAL READING OF AN ORDINANCE AMENDING PROVISIONS PERTAINING TO ANIMAL CONTROL.  Roll call vote.  Ayes-  Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried. Clerk assigned Ordinance # 424.
Clerk reported on Notice to Abates that had been sent this past month.
Moved by Huston seconded Scott to approve Clerk attending IMFOA in October.  Roll call vote.  Ayes- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.
Moved by Leonard seconded by Taylor to adjourn at 8:12 p.m. All aye.  Motion carried.

A special meeting of the Wyoming City Council was held August 24, 2020 at the City Hall. Council Present: Mayor Agnitsch, Huston, Leonard, Taylor, Willman and Scott.  Staff:  Hingtgen- WHKS, Tjaden and Gravel.   Visitors: Derek Lumsden- JCED, Hayden, Eichhorn, Wright, Knake and Klein.

Mayor Agnitsch called the meeting to order at 7:01 p.m.

Moved by Taylor seconded by Leonard to approve the consent agenda.   Roll call vote.  Aye- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.

A RELIABLE ROLLOFF SERVICE   CLEAN UP DAY    $    230.00
ALLIANT   CITY SERV    $ 4,411.33
CASEYS   CITY SUP    $    153.88
BACKYARD GARDENS   CALKINS SERV    $    247.50
HOLLY’S TSM   CITY/CALKINS SUP    $      54.39
CITY OF WYOMING   DEPOSIT  TO BILL    $    100.00
DMC CONSTRUCTION   LEARNING CENTER    $    154.85
US CELLULAR   CITY/AMB SERV    $    117.38
VISA CARD   CALKINS    $      62.45
WAL-MART   LIBRARY    $    103.76
WYOMING AUTO PARTS   SEWER    $      20.22
         $ 5,655.76

Discussion was held on sidewalks and ramps at the West Webster Street water project.  Moved by Willman seconded by Taylor to approve ADA at W Green and Maple- South side, Green and State- South side, Maple and W Webster and W Webster and State-W side and removing steps.  Roll call vote. Aye- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.

Moved by Willman seconded by Huston to approve applying for the WTFAP grant.  Roll Call Vote.  Aye- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.

Moved by Huston seconded by Scott to approve sending out notice for quotes for tree removal.  Roll Call Vote.   Aye- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.

Moved by Huston seconded by Willman to approve easement with Michauds regarding removal of four center trees is dirt is removed.  Roll call vote.  Aye- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.

Moved by Huston seconded by Leonard to approve allocation of $100 to the Maquoketa River Watershed Management.    Roll Call Vote.  Aye- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1942.

Moved by Taylor seconded by Leonard to approve applying for FEMA grants for standby generators for the Wyoming Vol. Fire Co. and Midland Ambulance.  Roll Call Vote.  Aye- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.

Discussion was held on the Learning Center.

Moved by Willman seconded by Scott to approve RFP for 2021-2023 annual examination.  Roll call vote.  Aye- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.

Moved by Taylor seconded by Scott to approve Resolution for Calkins wages for Levi Bahrke at $15.00 per hour.  Roll call vote.  Aye- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1943.

Moved by Huston seconded by  Taylor to approve  update from Simmering-Cory & Iowa Codification.  Roll call vote.  Aye- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.

Moved by Taylor seconded Leonard approve FYE 2020 Annual Report.  Roll call vote.  Aye- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.

Nuisance to abate properties were discussed.  Boat will be cleaned up Labor Day weekend.  Property on the corner needs to removed crashed vehicles.  Semi-trailers were discussed also and a camper.

Moved by Taylor seconded by Leonard to adjourn at 8:34 p.m. All aye.  Motion carried.

August 10, 2020

The regular meeting of the Wyoming City Council was held August 10, 2020 at the City Hall. Council Present: Mayor Agnitsch, Taylor, Willman and Scott.  Staff:  Tjaden and Gravel.
Mayor Agnitsch called the meeting to order at 7:01 p.m.
Moved by Taylor seconded by Scott to approve the consent agenda.   Roll call vote.  Aye- Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.

AFLAC EMPL INS  $        127.80
ANAMOSA PUBLICATIONS LEGALS/CENTER  $        160.50
BAKER & TAYLOR LIBR SUP  $        126.90
BARD MATERIALS SIDEWALK REPAIRS  $        193.38
BIBLIONIX LIBR SERV  $     1,200.00
BOOMERANG SW FLOW METER  $     7,500.00
CALIFORNIA STATE GARNISHMENT  $           46.12
CALIFORNIA STATE GARNISHMENT  $        135.00
CAMPBELL SUPPLY ST SUPP  $        371.99
CASEY’S BUSINESS MASTERCARD FUEL  $        306.14
CHEM RIGHT LABORATORIES SW LABS  $        180.00
CHEM RIGHT LABORATORIES SW LABS  $           50.00
CITY OF WYOMING POSTAGE  $             7.65
CITY OF WYOMING UTIILITIES  $        363.20
EASTERN IOWA TOURISM ASSOC CALKINS DUES  $        135.00
HALL & HALL ENGINEEERS ST SERV  $        738.00
HAWKINS, INC. WA/SW CHEMICALS  $     1,131.29
HEIAR FENCING & SUPPLY SW/CITY FENCE  $     3,116.00
HOLLY’S TOWN SUPER MARKET CITY SUP  $           11.88
IOWA DNR SW FEE  $        210.00
IOWA ONE CALL WA SERV  $             9.90
IPERS RETIREMENT  $     1,357.85
IRS WITHHOLDING  $     1,943.81
JOHN DEERE FINANCIAL SW SUP  $           86.95
JOHNS LOCK & KEY CALKINS SERV  $        184.00
JONES COUNTY SOLID WASTE DUES  $        643.75
KLUESNER SANITATION CONTRACT  $     3,400.95
MAQUOKETSENTINEL-PRESS CENTER AD  $           57.50
QCANALYSTIC SERVICES LABS  $           88.00
QUILL CORPORATION CITY/CENTER SUP  $        161.51
SECURITY PRODUCTS OF DUBUQUE CITY/CALKINS SERV  $           62.00
SHERI TJADEN CITY SUPP  $             5.70
SPAHN & ROSE CONCRETE  $           95.90
STOREY KENWORTHY/MATT PARROTT CITY SUP  $        254.77
TELEDYNE INSTRUMENTS SW SUP  $        295.00
TREASURER, STATE OF IOWA SALES TAX  $        547.00
TREASURER, STATE OF IOWA WA TAX  $        779.00
TREASURER, STATE OF IOWA WA TAX  $        747.00
USDA CENTER LOAN  $     1,424.00
UNITED HEALTHCARE INSURANCE  $     6,420.48
VISA CITY/LIB SERV & SUP  $     1,421.15
WAL MART COMMUNITY BRC LIBR SUP  $           27.54
WHKS WA SERV  $     2,137.90
WYOMING MUTUAL TELEPHONE CO. LIBR/CALKINS/CITY SERV  $        872.20
TOTAL    $   39,134.71

Revenue and Expenses for July 2020

Funds   Revenue   Expenses
General   8667.63   36175.67
Library Regular   7886.56   2025.03
Library Special   .03    
Wyoming Hist. Museum   328.11   187.68
Calkins   6.22   3245.24
Calkins Barn   955.69   700.00
Road Use Tax   8658.62   16280.48
Trust & Agency   249.56   2507.09
Local Option Sales Tax   3809.80   48697.41
Rohwedder Trust   13.48    
Emergency   55.85    
Debt Service   247.88    
Water   14183.36   14453.74
Water Deposit   700.00    
Sewer   24283.16   14986.14
Storm Sewer   318.64   915.50
Childcare Enterprise   715.86   14.00
Childcare Sinking       1424.00
Totals   71080.45   141611.98

Public Works report-Rebuild of waste water chlorinated for $2,750 from MVP was approved.  Today’s storm debris can be taken to lagoons for smaller and old DOT shop for larger.
Moved by Willman seconded by Scott to approve the Clerk’s office working with the Lion’s Club regarding a community enotes for a trial of three months.  Roll Call Vote.  Aye- Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.
Sheriff’s report for June and July were reviewed.
Moved by Scott seconded by Taylor to approve the FYE Street Finance Report. Roll Call Vote.  Aye- Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1937.
Moved by Willman seconded by Scott to approve Hogan & Hansen performing the FYE 2020 annual report for $4,400.    Roll Call Vote.  Aye- Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1936.|
Moved by Willman seconded by Scott to approve LP contract with AgVantage FS at $.92.  Roll Call Vote.  Aye- Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1938.
Moved by Willman seconded by Taylor to approve setting Public Hearing for FY 2021 Budget Amendment.  Roll call Vote.  Aye- Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1939.
Moved by Scott seconded by Taylor to approve Resolution for certifying mowing liens to Jones County Treasurer.  Roll call vote.  Aye- Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1940.
Moved by Scott seconded by Willman to approve Resolution for tax abatement at 104 Kennedy Drive.  Roll call vote.  Aye-  Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried. Clerk assigned Resolution # 1941.
Iowa League of Cities Conference will be online Sept. 16-18 for those interested.
Moved by Scott seconded by Taylor to adjourn at 7:15 p.m. All aye.  Motion carried.

July 13, 2020

The regular meeting of the Wyoming City Council was held July 13, 2020 at the City Hall. Council Present: Mayor Agnitsch, Taylor, Willman, Scott and Leonard.  Staff:  Tjaden and Bahrke.  Visitors present:  Derek Lumsden-JCED and Jason Gideon-Energy Consultants Group.

Mayor Agnitsch called the meeting to order at 7:01 p.m.

Moved by Taylor seconded by Leonard to approve the consent agenda.   Roll call vote.  Aye- Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.

AFLAC EMPL. INSURANCE          132.75
AGVANTAGE FS LP      1,522.18
ALLIANT ENERGY UTILITIES      4,164.62
ALLIANT ENERGY JULY UTILITIES      4,239.45
AMAZON CAPITAL SERVICES CITY HALL LIGHTS             39.69
ANAMOSA JOURNAL-EUREKA NEWS SUBSCRIPTION            45.00
APRIL SMILEY CALKINS REFUND          700.00
BACKYARD GARDENS CALKINS SERV          300.00
BACKYARD GARDENS CALKINS SERV         300.00
BACKYARD VINYL CALKINS SERV          125.00
BAKER & TAYLOR LIBRARY BOOKS            64.38
BAKER & TAYLOR LIBRARY BOOKS             30.55
BLADE PEST CONTROL CALKINS SERV         118.00
CALIFORNIA STATE GARNISHMENT            57.65
CALIFORNIA STATE GARNISHMENT         168.75
CAMPBELL SUPPLY ST SUP           371.99
CASEY’S MARKETING LIQUOR REFUND            56.25
CASEY’S BUSINESS MASTERCARD FUEL          162.93
CHEM RIGHT LABORATORIES WA/SW LABS          157.00
CHEM RIGHT LABORATORIES SW LABS             70.00
CHEM RIGHT LABORATORIES WA LABS             17.00
CITY OF WYOMING POSTAGE              8.20
CITY OF WYOMING DEBT SERV TRANSFER     3,526.54
CITY OF WYOMING POSTAGE              8.50
CITY OF WYOMING CITY UTILITIES          363.20
NUTRIEN AG SOLUTIONS CITY SUP             60.00
DELANCY ELECTRIC SW VDF       7,500.00
HALL & HALL ENGINEEERS N WASHINGTON ST       3,618.00
HARRY’S FARM TIRE TRACTOR TIRE          980.60
HAWKEYE FIRE & SAFETY EXTINGUISHERS          280.30
HAWKINS WA SUP          145.06
IOWA ASSOC OF MUNICIPAL UTIL DUES          332.40
IOWA DNR WA SERV             58.82
IOWA ONE CALL WA SERV             25.20
IOWA PRISON INDUSTRIES LIBR SUP      1,286.85
IPERS RETIREMENT      1,773.87
IRS WITHHOLDING      2,376.08
JONES CO ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT DUES          250.00
JETS DUES         250.00
JONES CO ENGINEER ST PAINT S STATE ST          108.00
JONES COUNTY EXTENSION ALLOTMENT          250.00
JONES CO SAFE & HEALTHY YOUTH ALLOTMENT         250.00
JONES CO SENIOR CENTER ALLOTMENT         250.00
JONES COUNTY TOURISM ASSOC DUES          154.00
JONES COUNTY SHERIFF HALF CONTRACT    14,304.50
JOURNAL-EURAKA LEGALS          100.28
KLUESNER SANITATION CONTRACT      3,400.95
KOCH OFFICE GROUP COPIER SERV             60.91
L.L.PELLING CO. FY 21 STREETS     58,697.41
LEVI BAHRKE CLOTHING ALLOW            86.63
MIDLAND AMBULANCE ALLOTMENT       1,000.00
MIDLAND CLASS OF 1970 CALKINS REFUND          350.00
ACCESS SYSTEMS LIBR SERV          124.09
NICOLE MONCH CALKINS REFUND         450.00
PER MAR SECURITY SERVICES WHMC/LIBR SERV          190.56
QCANALYSTIC SERVICES WA LABS         574.00
QCANALYSTIC SERVICES SW/WA LABS         452.00
QUILL CORPORATION CITY SUP             44.02
REMLEY WILLEMS MCQUILLEN VOSS LEGALS/CHILDCARE          536.25
RODNEY GRAVEL MILEAGE/CLOTHING          133.19
SECURITY PRODUCTS OF DUBUQUE CITY/CALKINS          409.73
SPAHN & ROSE LUMBER CO ST SUP             57.60
THE LIBRARY STORE LIBRAR SUP             25.09
THE SHOPPER LIBR SERV           26.25
THOMAS MOWING CALKINS SERV         525.00
TREASURER, STATE OF IOWA STATE TAX         949.00
U.S. CELLULAR CITY/AMB SERV          116.78
U.S. CELLULAR CITY/AMB SERV          117.38
USDA LEARNING CENTER       1,424.00
UNITED HEALTHCARE INSURANCE       5,778.43
VISA CITY SUP          116.77
VISA CARD CALKINS SUP          445.41
VISA CARD CALKINS SUP             58.86
WENDLING QUARRIES CITY SUP          134.00
WENDLING QUARRIES CITY SUP             14.64
WENDLING QUARRIES CITY SUP          192.20
WHKS WA PROJECT       6,255.00
WYOMING AUTO PARTS ST SUP             18.15
WYOMING FIRE DEPARTMENT ALLOTMENT      3,850.00
WYOMING MUTUAL PHONE LIB/CALKINS/CITY SUP         871.60
WYOMING PUBLIC LIBRARY ALLOTMENT       7,854.00
TOTAL     146,443.49

Revenue and Expenses for June 2020

Funds   Revenue   Expenses
General   8598.43   9280.23
Library Regular   64.63   4396.47
Library Special   .03   74.15
Wyoming Hist. Museum   227.86   144.32
Calkins   5.08   2232.27
Calkins Barn   5.27   800.00
Road Use Tax   3082.14   9656.91
Trust & Agency   94.91   2487.22
Local Option Sales Tax   3809.80    
Rohwedder Trust   13.05    
Emergency   21.24   3526.54
Debt Service   94.27    
Water   14276.79   31223.82
Water Deposit   400.00    
Water Sinking Fund   2071.50   20373.75
Sewer   24865.75   24721.24
Sewer Sinking   16171.00   161027.75
Storm Sewer   314.89   3292.31
Childcare Enterprise   400.76   1867.00
Childcare Sinking   1424.00   1424.00
Childcare Reserve   143.00    
Totals   76084.40   276527.98

Gideon presented Solar Energy options to the City at no cost.  Solar panels would be placed at the water tower and sewer plant.

Moved by Scott seconded by Leonard to approve solar panels contingent upon attorney’s review.  Roll Call Vote.  Aye-  Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.

Moved by Leonard seconded by Taylor to approve the USDA Letter of Conditions for the water loan/grant project on W. Webster Street.  Roll Call Vote.  Aye- Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.

Moved by Taylor seconded by Scott to approve the USDA Resolution for water loan/grant.  Roll Call Vote.  Aye- Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1929.

Moved by Taylor seconded by Willman to apply for a USDA  facilities grant for the sidewalk ramp that would be needed on the W. Webster St. water project.    Roll Call Vote.  Aye- Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.

Clerk reported that additional costs not funded by USDA for the water project could be paid from Streets and the General fund.

Moved by Willman seconded by Scott to have Larson talk to the Jones County Engineer and ECICOG committees regarding the North Washington Street project.  Roll Call Vote.  Aye-  Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.

Public Works report was reviewed.  Jones Street Bridge project, ditch project will begin in August and fence at lagoons were discussed.

Moved by Leonard seconded by Scott to contact Mark Dlask to set up a City wide clean-up day for Wyoming.  Roll Call Vote.  Aye- Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.

Moved by Willman seconded by Scott to approve Resolution adopting the Jones County Hazard Mitigation Plan.  Roll Call Vote.  Aye- Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1930.

Junk Vehicles were discussed.

Moved by Leonard seconded by Scott to approve Dollar General Class C Beer Permit (BC), Wine and Sunday Sales contingent upon floor plan and fire inspection being submitted.  Roll Call Vote.  Aye-  Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.

Moved by Leonard seconded by Taylor to approve Proclamation regarding Health Care and re-amortization of  USDA loan repayment at end of deferral period for the child care center.  Roll Call Vote.  Aye-  Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1931.

Moved by Scott seconded by Leonard to approve placing an ad for the rest of the Learning Center to lease.   Roll call vote.  Aye- Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.

Moved by Willman seconded by Taylor to approve Resolution for Debt Service Fund Balance to be transferred to the General Fund.  Roll call vote.  Aye- Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution #1932.

Moved by Willman seconded by Scott to approve Resolution for Library Directors wages at $11.50.  Roll call vote.  Aye- Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution #1933.

Moved by Willman seconded by Taylor to approve Resolution for certifying mowing liens to Jones County Treasurer.  Roll call vote.  Aye- Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1934.

Moved by Scott seconded by Leonard to approve Resolution for amending the Employee Handbook regarding sections on Full Time and Part Time.  Roll call vote.  Aye- Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution #1935.

Clerk reported on FYE 2020 reports for water, sewer, storm sewer and FYE 2020 fund balances.  Also amendments that will be needed to FY 2021 Budget.

Moved by Taylor seconded by Willman to approve Deputy Clerks vacation hours at  15 hours due to Covid.  Roll call vote.  Aye- Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.

Maquoketa watershed will be on the next agenda.

Moved by Taylor seconded by Leonard to adjourn at 8:15 p.m. All aye.  Motion carried.

June 8, 2020

The regular meeting of the Wyoming City Council was held June 8, 2020 at the Calkins Barn basement. Council Present: Mayor Agnitsch, Taylor, Huston, Willman, Scott and Leonard.  Staff:  Tjaden, Gravel and Bahrke.  Visitors present:  Dan Hingtgen-WHKS, Jason Gideon-Energy Consultants Group, Jr. Brodersen-Calkins Board and Jon Larson-Hall & Hall.

Mayor Agnitsch called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m.

Moved by Willman seconded by Taylor to approve the consent agenda.   Roll call vote.  Aye- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.

AFLAC EMP INSURANCE  $        106.20
ANAMOSA JOURNAL – EUREKA LIBR SUP  $           45.00
ANAMOSA PUBLICATION CITY/LIBR SERV  $        172.08
BACKYARD GARDENS CALKINS SERV  $        390.00
BAKER & TAYLOR LIBR SUP  $        647.75
BARNHART CONST. CALKINS SERV  $   19,845.19
CAHOY PUMP SERVICE WA SERV  $   12,608.00
CALIFORNIA STATE DISBURSEMENT GARNISHMENT  $        449.52
CALIFORNIA STATE DISBURSEMENT GARNISHMENT  $        135.00
CASEY’S BUSINESS MASTERCARD CITY FUEL  $        180.62
CHEM RIGHT LABORATORIES WA/SW SERV  $        277.00
CHEM RIGHT LABORATORIES SW SERV  $           70.00
CITIZENS STATE BANK SIDEWALK LOANS FINAL  $   43,860.00
CITY OF WYOMING POSTAGE  $             8.35
CITY OF WYOMING WA/SW TRANSFERS  $   18,242.50
CITY OF WYOMING WA/SW UTILITIES  $        363.20
CITY OF WYOMING POSTAGE  $             8.20
CORY RUSHFORD LIBR SUP  $           42.79
EMMA VACEK LIBR SUP  $           30.97
FRANZEN FAMILY MOWER SUP  $        400.00
HALL & HALL ENGINEEERS N WASHINGTON ST  $     9,662.25
HAWKINS WA SUP  $        840.36
HAWKINS SW SUP  $        523.38
IOWA FINANCE AUTHORITY WA LOAN  $   20,373.75
IOWA FINANCE AUTHORITY SW LOAN  $ 134,260.00
IOWA FINANCE AUTHORITY SW LOAN  $   26,767.75
IOWA INTERACTIVE WA/SW FEES  $           99.71
IPERS RETIREMENT  $     1,422.98
IRS FED/FICA TAXES  $     1,790.81
J & R SUPPLY STORM SW SUP  $        768.00
JOHN DEERE FINANCIAL ST CITY SUP  $        125.28
KLUESNER SANITATION GARBAGE CONTRACT  $     3,400.95
L.L.PELLING ST SUP  $        701.10
LEARNING CENTER TRANSFER  $     1,567.00
MONTICELLO EXPRESS LIBR SUP  $        107.00
QCANALYSTIC SERV SW SUP  $           88.00
QUILL CORPORATION CITY SUP  $           37.70
QUILL CORPORATION CITY SUP  $           17.66
SECURITY PRODUCTS OF DUBUQUE CALKINS/CITY SERV  $           62.00
SPAHN & ROSE ST SUP  $        440.54
SPAHN & ROSE VOID MAY CK SS  $   (1,510.90)
THOMAS MOWING CALKINS SERV  $        625.00
TREASURER, STATE OF IOWA WA TAX  $        706.00
UNITED HEALTHCARE INSURANCE  $     6,420.48
USA BLUEBOOK WATER SUP  $         264.35
USDA CHILDCARE LOAN  $     1,424.00
VISA CITY/LIBR SUP  $        730.08
VISA CARD CALKINS SUP  $        157.52
WAL MART COMMUNITY BRC LIBR SUP  $           35.92
WENDLING QUARRIES ST /WA/STORM SUP  $        269.43
WHKS WA PROJECT  $     7,645.00
WYOMING MUTUAL PHONE LIBR/CITY/CALKINS SERV  $        906.71
WYOMING PUBLIC LIBRARY POSTAGE  $             5.82
TOTAL FUNDS    $ 318,618.00

Revenue and Expenses for May 2020

Funds   Revenue   Expenses
General   12290.63   8655.70
Library Regular   2.46   3135.22
Library Special   .08   86.16
Wyoming Hist. Museum   305.17   45.51
Calkins   16.28   32427.94
Calkins Barn   9.56    
Road Use Tax   4861.35   7706.55
Trust & Agency   908.75   2595.09
Local Option Sales Tax   3809.80    
Rohwedder Trust   20.22    
Emergency   203.35    
Debt Service   902.63   43860.00
Water   13890.35   8727.67
Water Deposit   200.00   400.00
Water Sinking Fund   2071.50    
Sewer   23690.24   22681.92
Sewer Sinking   16171.00    
Storm Sewer   305.74   1626.85
Childcare Enterprise   1662.79   1538.00
Childcare Sinking   1424.00   1424.00
Childcare Reserve   143.00    
Totals   82888.90   134940.61

Gideon presented Solar Energy options to the City at no cost.  Solar panels would be placed at the water tower, sewer plant and grass area of Calkin’s parking lot/shed.  Willman and Brodersen expressed concern regarding panels on the Calkin’s parking lot grass area.  Proposal is not feasible for investor without the Calkin’s property.

Engineer Hingtgen from WHKS gave a review of the West Webster Street Water Project costs that USDA will not fund.  USDA grant/loan committee will meet on the 10th.  City should hear from USDA after that.  May hold a Special Meeting.

Engineer Larson from Hall & Hall presented a proposal of $11,000 for preparing grants and funding for the N. Washington Street Project.

Moved by Huston seconded by Scott to approve amendment to contract with Hall & Hall.  Roll Call Vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1924.

Larson gave report on ideas for Rail Road Street drainage.  Gravel will check with Ballou at the phone company to see if they will ditch the area with their mini-hoe.

Public Works reported on areas where drainage is a problem including 116 W. Webster Street.

Clerk will check with Kluesner’s on cost of a clean-up day.

Moved by Scott seconded by Leonard to proceed with Municipal Citation on Notice to Abate properties.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.

Sheriff’s report was reviewed.

Moved by Huston seconded by Willman to approve 2021 Cigarette Permits for Casey’s and Holly’s STM.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.

Moved by Taylor seconded by Leonard to extend Open burning to July 1.   Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1925.

Moved by Leonard seconded by Scott to approve the Learning Center Agreement with school with amendment to NE room.   Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.

Moved by Taylor seconded by Willman to table sealed bids on the storage shed at the Learning Center.  Newspaper did not publish the ad.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.

Moved by Taylor seconded by Scott to send letter with more information on the USDA Deferral Request due to Covid-19.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.

Moved by Huston seconded by Scott to approve Resolution for Clerk to pay bills due June 30, 2020.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1926.

Moved by Huston seconded by Taylor to approve wage Resolution for Wyoming City Employees for FY 2021 with a 3% raise.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution #1927.

Moved by Huston seconded by Taylor to include change of 35 hours for Tjaden and 20 hours for Dirks.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.

Moved by Willman seconded by Leonard to approve Resolution to transfer funds from Emergency Levy to the General Fund.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried. Clerk assigned Resolution #1928.

Moved by Taylor seconded by  Leonard to defer annual 2% water increase to July 1, 2021.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.

Moved by Scott seconded by Willman to defer annual 2 % water increase until July 1, 2021.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.

Moved by Leonard seconded by Willman to re-appoint Fishwild and Eichhorn to Wyoming Historical Museum Board, Stacy Agnitsch to Board of Adjustment and Dustin Klein to Planning and Zoning for renewing terms.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.

Mowing lawns was discussed.  Next meeting will be held at City Hall.

Moved by Scott seconded by Taylor to adjourn at 8:36 p.m. All aye.  Motion carried.

May 11, 2020

The regular meeting of the Wyoming City Council was held May 11, 2020 at the Calkins Barn basement. Due to the COVID-19 virus, this meeting was held electronically.  Chapter 21.8 of the Iowa Code does permit an electronic meeting where all members participate remotely when an in-person meeting is impossible or impractical. On March 19, 2020, Governor Reynolds issued a Proclamation of Disaster Emergency which included a suspension of Iowa laws that would prevent the use of electronic meetings or the limitation on the number of people present at an in-person meeting site.  Therefore, Mayor Agnitsch, Gravel, Bahrke, Taylor, Huston, Willman, Scott, Leonard and City Clerk Sheri Tjaden were present at Calkins Barn.  Also, Jones County Director-Derek Lumsden and Jon Larson-Hall & Hall.  The agenda and the City’s social media had this message posted to give instructions on how others could participate. Engineer present electronically was Dan Hingtgen-WHKS.

Mayor Agnitsch called the meeting to order at 7:04 p.m.

Moved by Taylor seconded by Huston to approve the consent agenda.   Roll call vote.  Aye- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.

ACE CONCRETE CALKINS SERV  $            4,440.00  
AFLAC EMPL INS  $               106.20  
ALLIANT SERV  $           4,087.48  
AMAZON CAPITAL SERVICES CITY SUP  $                 27.99  
ANIMAL WELFARE FRIENDS ANIMAL CONTROL  $               175.00  
BAKER & TAYLOR LIBR SUP  $                 56.50  
BARNHART CONSTRUCTION CALKINS SERV  $         19,897.00  
BARNHART CONSTRUCTION CALKINS SERV  $            4,894.12  
BARTELS LOGGING & TREE SERV TREE REMOVAL  $            1,300.00  
BLADE PEST CONTROL CALKINS SERV  $               118.00  
BRENDA LEONARD CALKINS REFUND  $               100.00  
CAHOY PUMP SERVICE, INC WA SERV  $            4,911.50  
CALIFORNIA STATE EMPL GARNISH  $               449.52  
CALIFORNIA STATE EMPL GARNISH  $               135.00  
CASEY’S BUSINESS MASTERCARD CITY FUEL  $                 90.05  
CHEM RIGHT LABORATORIES WA/SW SERV  $                 81.00  
CHEM RIGHT LABORATORIES SW SERV  $               150.00  
CITY OF WYOMING WA/SW TRANSFERS  $         18,242.50  
CITY OF WYOMING WA/SW UTIL  $               439.50  
JOHN DEERE FINANCIAL CALKINS/CITY SUP  $               373.07  
GEHL LAWN SERVICE CALKINS SERV  $               200.00  
HALL & HALL ENGINEEERS NORTH WASHINGTON  $            6,507.40  
HAWKINS, INC. WA SU  $               108.55  
HOLLY’S TSM CITY  $                 15.19  
IMFOA DEPUTY CLERK  $                 50.00  
IOWA INTERACTIVE, LLC WA/ FEES  $               101.61  
IPERS RETIREMENT  $            1,298.08  
IRS FED/FICA TAX  $            1,638.56  
JASON SOPER CALKINS REFUND  $               450.00  
JONES COUNTY SOLID WASTE CONTRACT  $               643.75  
JOURNAL-EUREKA LEGALS/CALKINS  $               415.50  
KAREN ANDRESEN CALKINS REFUND  $               700.00  
KATIE TURNER DEPOSIT REFUND  $               100.00  
KLUESNER SANITATION CONTRACT  $            3,300.50  
LEARNING CENTER TRANSFER  $            1,567.00  
MIDLAND SCHOOL CHILD CARE RENT  $                   1.00  
MINGER MOWING & LANDSCAPING CALKINS SERV  $               675.00  
QCANALYSTIC SERVICES WA/SW SERV  $                 88.00  
QUILL CORPORATION CITY SUP  $                 47.35  
RODNEY GRAVEL PHONE EXP  $                 74.98  
SECURITY PROD OF DUBUQUE CITY/CALKINS SERV  $                 62.00  
SPAHN & ROSE LUMBER CONCRETE  $            1,510.90  
SWANK MOVIE LICENSING LIBR SERV  $               252.00  
THOMAS MOWING CALKINS SERV  $               360.00  
US CELLULAR CITY SERV  $               117.59  
UNITED HEALTHCARE INSURANCE  $            6,420.48  
USDA CHILD CARE LOAN  $            1,424.00  
VISA CITY SUP  $               219.82  
WAL MART LIBR SUP  $               100.92  
WENDLING QUARRIES ST SUP  $               105.03  
WENDLING QUARRIES ST SUP  $               193.88  
WYOMING MUTUAL PHONE LIBR/CITY/CALK SERV  $               907.19  
ZOOBEAN LIBR SERV  $               849.00  
TOTAL    $         90,579.71  
       
JUNE 1 DEBT PAYMENTS      
       
CITIZENS STATE BANK DEBT SERVICE – FINAL  $         24,480.00  
CITIZENS STATE BANK DEBT SERVICE – FINAL  $         19,380.00  
IOWA FINANCE AUTHORITY WATER SINKING  $         20,373.75  
IOWA FINANCE AUTHORITY SEWER SINKING (OLD)  $         26,767.75  
IOWA FINANCE AUTHORITY SEWER SINKING (NEW)  $       134,260.00  
     $       225,261.50  
       

Revenue and Expenses for April 2020

Funds   Revenue   Expenses
General         49972.24   7834.68
Library Regular   2.66   2675.14
Library Special   .09   80.11
Wyoming Hist. Museum   230.06   271.62
Calkins   17.88   22075.91
Calkins Barn   1659.34   1250.00
Road Use Tax   5997.75   2640.53
Trust & Agency   5310.38   2549.75
Local Option Sales Tax   3243.25    
Rohwedder Trust   19.56    
Emergency   1188.35    
Debt Service   5274.91    
Water   13922.32   23023.40
Water Deposit   200.00   100.00
Water Sinking Fund   2071.50    
Sewer   22713.99   23918.53
Sewer Sinking   16171.00    
Storm Sewer   303.21   10.00
Childcare Enterprise   1601.78   1567.00
Childcare Sinking   1424.00   1424.00
Childcare Reserve   143.00    
Totals   131467.57   89420.67

Mayor Agnitsch opened the Public Hearing on the FY 2020 Budget amendment at 7:05.  No speakers for or against.  No papers filed.

Moved by Huston seconded by Scott to close the Public Hearing at 7:07.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.

Engineer Larson from Hall & Hall gave an overview of the N. Washington Street Project.  Funding will be looked into.  Moved by Willman seconded by Scott to have Larson come back with a proposal for helping with funding.  Roll call vote.

Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.

Gravel gave Public Works report.  Street signs were discussed.

Engineer Hingtgen from WHKS gave a review of the West Webster Street Water Project.  ADA ramp at N. State and W. Webster street funding is being looked into.  Waiting to hear from USDA on funding.

Moved by Huston seconded by Scott to approve FY 2021 Street repair list with LL Pelling at $64,098.40.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1918.

Moved by Willman seconded by Leonard to approve 2019 Water Quality Report to be mailed out with June billings.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1920.

Sheriff’s report was reviewed.

Moved by Huston seconded by Taylor to extend the Chicken permits this year due to the Covid-19.   Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.

Moved by Willman seconded by Leonard to apply for Wyoming Fair Parade Permit.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.

Moved by Huston seconded by Leonard to have City Attorney look at a Noise Ordinance.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.

Moved by Taylor seconded by Huston to approve Resolution for FY 2020 Budget Amendment.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1917.

Moved by Scott seconded by Leonard to approve the Learning Center Agreement with school.   Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1921.

Moved by Huston seconded by Willman to take sealed bids on the storage shed at the Learning Center.  Bids due June 5th at Noon.  Bids opened at the June meeting.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.

Moved by Taylor seconded by Willman to ask for the USDA Deferral Request due to Covid-19.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.

Moved by Huston seconded by Scott to amend Resolution for funeral flowers public purpose up to $80.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1922.

Moved by Willman seconded by Taylor to approve wage Resolution for Wyoming Public Library employees at $10.50 per hour.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution #1923.

Moved by Taylor seconded by  Leonard for Clerk’s attending Academy and Clerk’s institute.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.

Moved by Willman seconded by Leonard to approve Council attending Small Cities Workshop online.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.

Next meeting will be held at the Calkins Barn Basement.

Moved by Leonard seconded by Taylor to adjourn at 8:47 p.m. Roll call Vote. Aye- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.

April 13, 2020

The regular meeting of the Wyoming City Council was held April 13, 2020 at the City Hall. Due to the COVID-19 virus, this meeting was held electronically.  Chapter 21.8 of the Iowa Code does permit an electronic meeting where all members participate remotely when an in-person meeting is impossible or impractical. On March 19, 2020, Governor Reynolds issued a Proclamation of Disaster Emergency which included a suspension of Iowa laws that would prevent the use of electronic meetings or the limitation on the number of people present at an in-person meeting site.  Therefore, only Mayor Agnitsch, Gravel, Taylor, Huston and City Clerk Sheri Tjaden were present at City Hall.  The agenda and the City’s social media had this message posted to give instructions on how others could participate. Council members present by electronic were  Leonard, Scott, and Willman.  Staff present electronically:  Bahrke.

Mayor Agnitsch called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m.

Moved by Taylor seconded by Scott to approve the consent agenda.   Roll call vote.  Aye- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.

ACCESS SYSTEMS LIBR SERV  $        125.16
AFLAC EMPL INS  $        132.75
AGVANTAGE FS LP  $        956.90
ALLIANT ELECTRIC  $     4,317.90
AMAZON CAPITAL SERVICES CITY SUP  $           21.97
BAKER & TAYLOR LIBR SUP  $        227.12
BARNHART CONSTRUCTION CALKINS SERV  $     4,745.00
CALIFORNIA STATE GARNISHMENT  $        561.90
CALIFORNIA STATE GARNISHMENT  $        168.75
CHEM RIGHT LABS WA/SW LABS  $        267.00
CHEM RIGHT LABS SW LABS  $           80.00
CITY OF WYOMING WA/SW TRANSFER  $   18,242.50
CITY OF WYOMING WA/SW BILLS  $        439.50
HAWKINS, INC. WA SUP  $        138.44
HAWKINS, INC. WA SUP  $        108.55
HOLLY’S TSM CITY SUP  $           18.36
IA ASSOC OF MUNICIPAL UTIL CITY SERV  $        332.40
IOWA INTERACTIVE ONLINE PAYMENT FEES  $           17.71
IPERS RETIREMENT  $     1,446.76
IRS WITHHOLDING  $     1,806.13
JONES CO ENGINEER WEBSTER ST BRIDGE INSP  $        110.00
KLUESNER SANITATION CONTRACT  $     3,271.80
KOCH BROTHERS COPY MACHINE  $     3,195.00
LEVI BARHKE CLOTHING ALLOW  $         148.64
LITTLE EAGLES NEST TRANSFERS  $     1,567.00
MCALEER WATER COND CALKINS SUP  $           47.95
PODHASKI INSURANCE LIABILITY INS  $   59,614.00
QCANALYSTIC SERVICES SW LABS  $           88.00
QUILL CORPORATION CITY SUP  $           74.19
QUILL CORPORATION WA/SW SUP  $        184.69
QUILL CORPORATION CITY STAMPS  $            31.75
ROD GRAVEL CLOTHING ALLOW  $           79.80
SECURITY PROD OF DUBUQUE CITY/CALKINS SERV  $           62.00
SOPER PLBG & HTG CALKINS SERV  $           50.00
THOMAS MOWING CALKINS SERV  $        450.00
TREASURER, STATE OF IOWA WA TAX  $        718.00
TREASURER, STATE OF IOWA SALES TAX  $        538.00
TREASURER, STATE OF IOWA STATE TAX  $        899.00
UNITED HEALTHCARE HEALTH INSURANCE  $     6,420.48
U S CELLULAR CITY SERV  $        107.78
USA BLUEBOOK WA SUP  $        234.89
USDA CHILD CARE LOAN  $     1,424.00
VISA LIBR/CITY SUP  $        293.06
VISA CARD CALKINS SUP  $        195.78
WAL MART COMMUNITY LIBR/CITY SUP  $           86.60
WHKS WA PROJECT  $        983.00
WHKS WA PROJECT  $     7,131.71
WOODWARD COMMUNITY MEDIA LEGAL PUBLICATIONS  $        197.79
WYOMING AUTO PARTS CITY/CALKINS SERV  $        111.46
WYOMING MUTUAL PHONE LIBR/CITY/CALKINS SERV  $        905.63
WYOMING PUBLIC LIBRARY POSTAGE  $             8.98
TOTAL    $ 123,385.78

Revenue and Expenses for March 2020

Funds   Revenue   Expenses
General           6101.81   39421.86
Library Regular   732.02   4770.44
Library Special   258.33   36.99
Wyoming Hist. Museum   5.98   6145.19
Calkins   144262.25   30336.76
Calkins Barn   809.85    
Road Use Tax   2610.54   5575.68
Trust & Agency   315.62   4584.47
Local Option Sales Tax   3243.24    
Rohwedder Trust   20.21    
Emergency   70.63    
Debt Service   313.50    
Water   13873.11   17598.11
Water Deposit   100.00   200.00
Water Sinking Fund   2071.50    
Sewer   24135.63   25759.59
Sewer Sinking   16171.00    
Storm Sewer   305.02    
Childcare Enterprise   1602.26   4891.21
Childcare Sinking   1424.00   1424.00
Childcare Reserve   143.00    
Totals   218569.50   140744.30
         

Moved by Huston seconded by Leonard to approve additional work including new pump and shocking of well #3 from Cahoy at $12,608.00. Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Current invoice due is $4,911.50 due.

Moved by Willman seconded by Taylor to approve a new flow meter from Boomerang at $7,500.00.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.

Moved by Willman seconded by Huston to table the water project, waiting on USDA.   Roll call vote.  Aye- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.

Moved by Taylor seconded by Willman to approve Resolution setting Public Hearing for FY 2020 Budget Amendment.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1916.

Discussion was held on the Learning Center Agreement with school.  The attorney is reviewing contract language.

Clerk gave report on items including X-75 markings, trees, permits and new copy machine.

Council will hold the May 11th meeting at the Calkins Barn to allow more participants yet stay under ten if needed yet.

Moved by Huston seconded by Willman to adjourn at 7:17 p.m. Roll call Vote. Aye- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.

SPECIAL MEETING, March 19, 2020

The Special Meeting of the Wyoming City Council was held March 19, 2020 at the City Hall. Council members present were Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor. Staff: Tjaden.

Mayor Agnitsch called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m.

Moved by Huston seconded by Taylor to approve the agenda.  Roll call vote.  Aye-  Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.

Moved by Willman seconded by Taylor to approve the Resolution for temporary electronic meetings and closure of City facilities and offices.  Roll call vote.  Aye-  Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution #1913.  The City will utilize zoom while there is a restriction on groups of ten or more.

Moved by Scott seconded by Huston to approve Resolution for Insurance Policy and Blanket Bond effective April 1, 2020.  Roll call vote.  Aye-  Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution #1914.

Moved  by Leonard seconded by Willman to approve temporary delinquent policy for water shut off.  Roll call vote.  Aye-  Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution #1915.

Moved by Huston seconded by Scott to approve copy machine from Koch for $3,195.00  with the USDA grant paying for a portion.  Other quotes were Access Systems $3,702.94 and JTF $3,998.50.  Roll call vote.  Aye-  Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.

Moved by Scott seconded  by Leonard to approve the bills.  Roll call vote.  Aye- Leonard, Scott, and Taylor.  Motion carried.

ALLIANT ENERGY/IPL ALL ELECTRIC $4,080.23
AMAZON BATTERY $23.99
BADER MASONRY INC CALKINS SERV $4,785.00
CASEYS CITY $168.09
MIDLAND POST PROM ALLOCATION $50.00
PER MAR SECURITY SERVICES LIBR/WHMC SERV $190.56
QUILL CITY SUP $158.60
TREASURER, STATE OF IOWA WA TAX $714.00
U.S. CELLULAR CITY PHONE $107.90
VISA CARD CALKINS SUP $1,054.55
TOTAL   $11,332.92
   
     

Clerk reported on conversation with Iowa Finance Authority regarding the sewer loans, Alliant grant for VFD’s at sewer plant, and a grant for the fire department.

Ditch easements have expired.  Huston and Tjaden will work on those.

Moved by Huston seconded by Leonard to adjourn at 7:23 p.m. Roll call vote.  All aye.  Motion carried.

The regular meeting of the Wyoming City Council was held March 9, 2020 at the City Hall. Council members present were Huston, Taylor, Leonard, Scott, and Willman.  Staff present:  Bahrke, Dirks and Tjaden.   Visitors:  Librarian Nikki Rushford and Jim Eichhorn.

Mayor Agnitsch called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m.

Moved by Huston seconded by Taylor to approve the consent agenda.   Roll call vote.  Aye- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.

AFLAC EMPL INSURANCE  $      106.20
AGVANTAGE FS CALKINS/CITY/WHMC/LIBR  $   2,693.78
ALLIANT ENERGY ELECTRIC  $   4,290.97
AMAZON CAPITAL SERV CITY SUP  $        51.79
AMAZON CAPITAL SERV CITY SUP  $        49.98
BADER MASONRY CALKINS SERV  $   5,000.00
BADGER METER SOFTWARE LICENSE  $      780.00
BAKER & TAYLOR LIBRARY BOOKS  $      138.50
CALIFORNIA STATE GARNISHMENT  $      449.52
CALIFORNIA STATE GARNISHMENT  $      135.00
CASEY’S MASTERCARD CITY FUEL/LIB SUP  $      363.13
CEDAR JONES EARLY CHILDHOOD LIBR SUP  $        20.00
CHEM RIGHT LABS WA/SW LABS  $      147.00
CHEM RIGHT LABS SW LABS  $      100.00
CITY OF WYOMING WA/SW TRANSFERS  $ 18,242.50
CITY OF WYOMING POSTAGE  $           7.75
CITY OF WYOMING CITY UTILITIES  $      539.50
DEMCO, INC LIBR SUP  $        53.22
EASTERN IA TOURISM VOID  $       (50.00)
HAWKINS WA/ SW CHEM  $     1,011.10
HOLLY’S SUPERMARKET CITY SUP  $           1.69
IOWA ASSOC OF MUNI UTIL DUES  $      593.00
IA PRISON INDUSTRIES CITY SUP  $      214.50
IPERS RETIREMENT  $   1,486.83
IRS WITHHOLDING  $   1,989.00
JOHN DEERE FINANCIAL CITY SUP  $      325.15
JONES CO. TOURISM CALKINS  $        50.00
JONES COUNTY AUDITOR ELECTION  $   1,137.85
JONES COUNTY AUDITOR WHMC RENTAL  $        50.00
JONES CO RECORDER CITY SERV  $        42.00
JOURNAL-EUREKA LEGALS  $      399.58
KLUESNER SANITATION GARBAGE  $   3,286.15
LEARNING CENTER TRANSFER  $   1,567.00
MILLER’S WOOD FLOOR CALKINS SERV  $   4,000.00
QCANALYSTIC SERVICES SW SERV  $        22.00
QCANALYSTIC SERVICES SW SERV  $        88.00
QUILL CORPORATION CITY SUP  $        37.24
SECURITY PROD OF DUBUQUE CITY/CALKINS SERV  $        62.00
SOPER PLBG & HEATING CHILDCARE  $   1,445.26
SUPERIOR APPLICANCE CALKINS SERV  $        85.00
TREASURER, STATE OF IOWA WATER TAX  $      689.00
TREASURER, STATE OF IOWA WATER TAX  $      714.00
U.S. CELLULAR CITY SERV  $      107.90
USA BLUEBOOK WA/SW SUP  $      106.46
USDA CHILDCARE LOAN  $   1,424.00
VISA CITY/LIBR SUP  $   1,263.00
WAL MART CITY/LIBR SUP  $      119.24
WELLMARK INSURANCE  $   3,422.68
WHKS  ENGINEERS WA PROJECT  $   1,797.00
WYOMING AUTO PARTS WA/ST SUP  $      134.04
WYOMING  PHONE CITY/CALKINS SERV  $      281.68
WYOMING PHONE LIBRARY SERV  $      621.67
WYOMING WELDING, INC. SNOW REMOVAL  $      300.00
TOTAL    $ 61,992.86

Revenue and Expenses for February 2020

Funds   Revenue   Expenses
General           5603.99   9237.67
Library Regular   3148.25   3204.78
Library Special   13.06   52.00
Wyoming Hist. Museum   305.38   817.57
Calkins   7.82   3692.04
Calkins Barn   1158.76    
Road Use Tax   6353.61   4149.83
Trust & Agency   78.98   1746.77
Local Option Sales Tax   3243.24    
Rohwedder Trust   18.91    
Emergency   17.68    
Debt Service   78.44    
Water   14005.64   8242.77
Water Deposit   300.00   100.00
Water Sinking Fund   2071.50    
Sewer   23436.92   21877.41
Sewer Sinking   16171.00    
Storm Sewer   307.76    
Childcare Enterprise   1601.91   1567.00
Childcare Sinking   1424.00   1424.00
Childcare Reserve   143.00    
Totals   79489.85   56111.84
         

Mayor Agnitsch opened the Public Hearing on the Proposed FY 2020 Budget Amendment at 7:00 p.m.   No speakers for or against.  No papers filed.  Moved by Taylor seconded by Huston to close the Public Hearing at 7:02.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.

Mayor Agnitsch opened the Public Hearing on the Proposed FY 2021 Budget at 7:02 p.m.  No speakers for or against.  No papers filed.  Moved by Willman seconded by Scott to close the Public Hearing at 7:03.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.

Mayor Agnitsch opened the Public Hearing on the Proposed development agreement with Glenwood for a Dollar General at 7:03 p.m.   Willman commented on concern for flooding.  The properties run off will be taken care of but they are not responsible for correcting what comes from the North.  No speakers for or against on the agreement.  No papers filed.  Moved by Huston seconded by Leonard to close the Public Hearing at 7:08.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.

Moved by Leonard seconded by Scott to approve the Development Agreement with Glenwood Equities, LLC.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution #1900.

Moved by Huston seconded by Taylor to approve  Resolution to approve the allocation to Midland’s Post Prom for $50.  Roll call vote.  Aye- Huston, Leonard,

Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution# 1901.

Moved by Leonard seconded by Willman to not be a host town for RAGBRIA.  Roll call vote.  Aye- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.

Rushford gave a report on what the Library has done for updates, programing and other services.  Also, the Library is Tier III as is the Librarian.

Notice for Potential Impact regarding the West Webster Street Water Project has been published.

Moved by Huston seconded by Taylor to set approve quote for motor for well #3 from Cahoy at $5,894. Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Other quotes were Northway $6,369 and Peerless $8,590 for labor only.

Moved by Willman seconded by Leonard to approve two of the VFD for the Alliant grant.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.

Moved by Willman seconded by Scott to have engineer look at Railroad Street.  Roll call vote.  Aye- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.

Moved by Willman seconded by Taylor to approve the Emergency Response Plan for the Drinking Water System.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried. Clerk assigned Resolution # 1902.

Moved by Willman seconded by Taylor to pay engineer for W. Webster Street Water Project with water funds now and not hold up the project while the USDA loan/grant is being reviewed.  Roll call vote.  Aye- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.

Sheriff’s report was reviewed.

Moved by Huston seconded by Leonard to approve renewal of RACK”S liquor license contingent  upon paper work being completed.  Aye- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.

Moved by Taylor seconded by Scott to approve Resolution approving FY 2020 Budget Amendment.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1903.

Moved by Scott seconded by Huston to approve Resolution to approve FY 2021 Budget.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1904.

Moved by Leonard seconded by Huston to approve letter of compliance for the USDA grant for the copy machine.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1905.

Moved by Willman seconded by Leonard to approve letter of compliance for the USDA grant for the Library security system updates.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1906.

Moved by Willman seconded by Huston to approve Resolution to approve allocation for the FY 2021 Jones County Economic Development for $250.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1907.

Moved by Taylor seconded by Scott to approve Resolution to approve allocation for FY 2021 Jones County Tourism in the amount of $153.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1908.

Moved by Taylor seconded by Leonard to approve Resolution for allocation  of $250 for the Jones County Safe & Healthy Youth for FY 2021.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1909.

Moved by Willman seconded by Scott to approve allocation of $250 for Jones County Senior Dining for FY 2021.  Roll call vote.  Aye.- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution #1910.

Moved by Huston seconded by Leonard to approve allocation of $250 for Jones County Extension for Summer Camp FY 2021.  Roll call vote.  Aye.- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution #1911.

Moved by Leonard seconded by Scott to approve allocation of $250 for Jones County Transportation Services for FY 2021.  Roll call vote.  Aye.- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution #1912.

Discussion was held on the Learning Center Agreement with school.  The School only needs one room.   Mayor and Clerk met with USDA, Frankfurt, Rushford and Jones County Economic Development director to discuss options.  Waiting for some answers from USDA for options.

Discussion on 311 W. Main Street property was held.

Moved by Huston seconded by Taylor to appoint Ginger Thomas to JCED board.  Roll call vote.  Aye-   Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.

Items for next agenda are 311 W. Main Street.

Moved by Scott seconded by Huston to adjourn at 8:12 p.m. Roll call Vote. Aye- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.

The regular meeting of the Wyoming City Council was held February 10, 2020 at the City Hall. Council members present were Huston, Taylor, Leonard, Scott, and Willman.  Staff present:  Gravel, Bahrke, Dirks and Tjaden.   Visitors:  Jim Eichhorn and Dereck Lumsden.

Mayor Agnitsch called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m.

Moved by Willman seconded by Huston to approve the consent agenda, including corrected Revenue reports for emergency levy that had been entered in employee levy.   Roll call vote.  Aye- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.

AFLAC EMPL INSUR  $      106.20
AGVANTAGE FS LP / FUEL  $   3,325.01
BAKER & TAYLOR LIBR SUP  $        72.78
BARNHART CONSTRUCTION CALKINS SERV  $      820.48
BLADE PEST CONTROL CALKINS SERV  $      118.00
CALIFORNIA STATE PAYROLL EXP  $      449.52
CALIFORNIA STATE PAYROLL EXP  $      135.00
CHEM RIGHT LABORATORIES SW/WA SERV  $      117.00
CHEM RIGHT LABORATORIES SW SERV  $      130.00
CITY OF WYOMING WA/SW TRANSFERS  $ 18,242.50
CITY OF WYOMING WA/SW UTILITIES  $      439.50
COMELEC CITY SIREN  $      346.92
DMC CONSTRUCTION LIBR SERV  $      201.00
EASTERN IOWA TOURISM CALKINS MEMBERSHIP  $        50.00
GWORKS CITY SUP  $        42.51
HAWKINS WA SUP  $      185.41
HOLLY’S TSM CITY SUP  $           9.78
IMFOA DUES  $        50.00
IPERS IPERS  $   1,458.56
IRS FED/FICA TAX  $   1,830.84
J&R SUPPLY WA SUP  $        72.00
JOHN DEERE FINANCIAL CALKINS SERV/ STREET/LIB SUP  $      458.77
JONES COUNTY TOURISM MUSEUM DUES  $        50.00
JOURNAL-EUREK LEGAL PUBLICATIONS  $      315.06
KLUESNER SANITATION CONTRACT  $   3,343.55
LEARNING CENTER CHILDCARE TRANSFERS  $   1,567.00
QCANALYSTIC SERV SW SERV  $        66.00
REMLEY WILLEMS MCQUILLEN VOSS LEGAL FEES  $   2,328.75
SADLER POWER TRAIN ST SUP  $        16.55
SECURITY PRODUCTS OF DUBUQUE CITY/CALKINS SERV  $        62.00
SHERI TJADEN HUMIDIFIER FILTERS  $        17.11
SOPER PLBG. & HTG. CALKINS SUP  $      143.00
STICKLEY ELECTRIC SERVICE CALKINS SERV  $   6,728.30
USA BLUEBOOK SW SUP  $        75.57
USA BLUEBOOK WA SUP  $      115.27
USDA CHILDCARE LOAN  $   1,424.00
VISA TRUCK PARTS LIBR SUP  $      624.41
VISA CARD CALKS SUP  $        20.78
WAL MART COMMUNITY LIBR SUP  $        22.93
WELLMARK HEALTH INSURANCE  $   3,422.68
WYOMING AUTO PARTS CITY SUP  $        38.44
WYOMING MUTUAL PHONE LIBR/CITY/CALKINS  $      903.71
WYOMING PUBLIC LIBRARY POSTAGE  $           4.11
TOTAL    $ 49,951.00

Revenue and Expenses for January 2020

Funds   Revenue   Expenses
General   11,052.74   24,013.32
Library Regular   1,106.94   3,165.01
Library Special   52.06    
Wyoming Hist. Museum   776.18   835.54
Calkins   9.12   9,480.15
Calkins Barn   1,959.17    
Road Use Tax   7,002.01   5,017.11
Trust & Agency   106.52   1,717.67
Local Option Sales Tax   3,837.28    
Rohwedder Trust   20,171.04    
Emergency   23.84    
Debt Service   460.80    
Water   13,907.49   10,699.47
Water Deposit       400.00
Water Sinking Fund   2071.50    
Sewer   2,3656.95   25,643.93
Sewer Sinking   16,171.00    
Storm Sewer   311.61    
Childcare Enterprise   1,602.02   1,567.00
Childcare Sinking   1,424.00   1,424.00
Childcare Reserve   143.00    
Totals   105,845.27   83,963.20
         

Mayor Agnitsch opened the Public Hearing on the Proposed Sale of a portion of S. Jackson Street as platted at 7:00 p.m.   No speakers for or against.  No papers filed.  Moved by Taylor seconded by Leonard to close the Public Hearing at 7:01.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.

Mayor Agnitsch opened the Public Hearing on the Proposed Designation of the Wyoming Urban Renewal Area at 7:02 p.m.   No speakers for or against.  No papers filed.  Moved by Willman seconded by Huston to close the Public Hearing at 7:02.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.

Mayor Agnitsch opened the Public Hearing on the Proposed USDA grant for copy machine for City Hall and the Proposed USDA grant for security system updates for the Library at 7:02 p.m.   No speakers for or against.  No papers filed.  Moved by Taylor seconded by Scott to close the Public Hearing at 7:03.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.

Mayor Agnitsch opened the Public Hearing on the Proposed USDA grant/loan for the W. Webster Street Water Project at 7:03 p.m.   No speakers for or against.  No papers filed.  Moved by Willman seconded by Scott to close the Public Hearing at 7:03.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.

Mayor Agnitsch opened the Public Hearing on the Proposed Max Levy for FY 2021 Budget at 7:03 p.m.   No speakers for or against.  No papers filed.  Moved by Taylor seconded by Huston to close the Public Hearing at 7:04.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.

Moved by Willman seconded by Leonard to approve Resolution for sale of a portion of vacated South Jackson Street for $1, all legal, publication and recording fees to Glenwood Equities, LLC.   Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution #1886.

Moved by Huston seconded by Taylor to approve  Resolution to Declare Necessity and Establish an Urban Renewal Area  and Approve Urban Renewal Plan and Project for the Urban Renewal Area.  Roll call vote.  Aye- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution #1187.

Moved by Taylor seconded by Scott to approve FIRST READING OF AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING FOR THE DIVISION OF TAXES LEVIED ON TAXABLE PROPERTY IN THE WYOMING URBAN RENEWAL AREA.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.

Moved by Willman seconded by Leonard to approve WAIVE SECOND READING OF AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING FOR THE DIVISION OF TAXES LEVIED ON TAXABLE PROPERTY IN THE WYOMING URBAN RENEWAL AREA.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.

Moved by Huston seconded by Scott to approve THIRD AND FINAL READING OF AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING FOR THE DIVISION OF TAXES LEVIED ON TAXABLE PROPERTY IN THE WYOMING URBAN RENEWAL AREA.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Ordinance # 421.

Moved by Willman seconded by Huston to set a date of Meeting at which it is proposed to approve a development agreement with Glenwood Equities, LLC including annual appropriation Tax Increment Payments.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution #  1888.

Public Works report was reviewed.  Clerk will contact Alliant to see if grant is still available for the VFD’s at the sewer plant.

Moved by Scott seconded by Willman to have section J removed from the contract with Hall & Hall engineer for North Washington Street. Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1889.

Moved by Taylor seconded by Huston to approve Resolution raising Public Works Assistant to 30 hours per week average.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried. Clerk assigned Resolution # 1890.

Sheriff’s report was reviewed.

Moved by Huston seconded by Taylor to approve agreement with Wyoming Vol. Fire Department for FY 2021.  Aye- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried. Clerk assigned Resolution #1891.

Moved by Scott seconded by Huston to approve Resolution approving Max Levy for FY 2021 which will need a super majority vote.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1892.

Moved by Willman seconded by Taylor to approve Resolution to set Public Hearing for the FY 2020 budget amendment.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1893.

Moved by Willman seconded by Taylor to approve Resolution to set Public Hearing for the FY 2021 Budget.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1894.

Moved by Leonard seconded by Scott to approve Resolution to approve Mayor and Clerk to sign for the USDA grant application for the copier for City Hall.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1895.

Moved by Huston seconded by Taylor to approve Resolution to approve Mayor and Clerk to sign the USDA grant application for the Library security system updates.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1896.

Moved by Scott seconded by Taylor to approve Resolution to approve Mayor and Clerk to sign application and forms for the USDA grant/loan for the Webster Street Water Project.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1897.

Moved by Taylor seconded by Scott to approve Resolution for employee health insurance with United Health Care and policy update.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Clerk assigned Resolution #1898.

Moved by Huston seconded by Taylor to approve Jones County Sheriff’s contract for FY 2021.  Roll call vote.  Aye.- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution #1899.

Clerk reported the annual exam for FY 2019 has been filed.

Discussion on budget for meter software updates were discussed.

Training for Council Effectiveness is offered in March at Clinton and Dubuque.

Discussion on Railroad Street was held and VFD grant will be on March agenda.

Moved by Huston seconded by Scott to adjourn at 7:46 p.m. Roll call Vote. Aye- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.

SPECIAL MEETING, January 21, 2019

The Special Meeting of the Wyoming City Council was held January 21, 2019 at the City Hall. Council members present were Scott, Huston, Taylor, Gudenkauf and Willman. Staff: Tjaden.  Mayor Agnitsch called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m.

Moved by Taylor seconded by Huston to approve the bills.  Roll call vote.  Aye- Scott, Huston, Taylor, Gudenkauf and Willman.  Motion carried.

UNITY POINT CLINIC-OCC. DUES  $          40.00
QUILL CITY SUP  $          59.98
U.S. CELLULAR CITY PHONE  $          82.72
WELLMARK HEALTH INS  $    2,806.66
     $    2,989.36

Budget workshop was held.

Moved by Willman seconded by Huston to adjourn at 8:32 p.m. Roll call vote.  All aye.  Motion carried.

REGULAR MEETING, January 13, 2020

The regular meeting of the Wyoming City Council was held January 13, 2020 at the City Hall. Council members present were Huston, Taylor, Leonard, Scott, and Willman.  Staff present:  Tjaden.   Visitors: Molly Schmitt, Todd Hawley, Jim Eichhorn and Diane Carstensen.

Mayor Agnitsch called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m.

Moved by Huston seconded by Leonard to approve the consent agenda.   Roll call vote.  Aye- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.

AFLAC EMPLOY INS  $      132.75
AGVANTAGE FS LP  $   2,964.71
ALLEN WILLMAN CALKINS SUP  $           5.49
ALLIANT ENERGY ELECTRIC  $   4,099.77
ALLIANT ENERGY ELECTRIC  $   4,389.98
BAKER & TAYLOR LIBR SUP  $      208.12
BRAD PAULSEN CREDIT REFUND  $        16.45
BROWN SUPPLY WA SUP  $      473.10
CALIFORNIA STATE GARNISHMENT  $      561.90
CALIFORNIA STATE GARNISHMENT  $      168.75
CASEY’S MASTERCARD FUEL  $      193.07
CHEM RIGHT LABS WA/SW SERV  $      211.00
CITY OF WYOMING DEP TRANSFER  $      100.00
CITY OF WYOMING CASH BOX  $           8.69
CITY OF WYOMING WA/SW TRANSFER  $ 18,242.50
CITY OF WYOMING WHMC INS  $        35.00
CITY OF WYOMING WA/SW UTIL  $      458.24
COMELEC SERVICES SIREN BATTERIES  $      448.82
DELANCEY ELECTRIC SIREN REPAIRS  $      400.00
DELTA INDUSTRIES SW SUP  $   1,204.14
ELECTRIC PUMP SW SERV  $      545.00
HAWKINS WA SUP  $      943.11
IIMC CONFERENCE  $      550.00
IA ASSOC MUNICIPAL UTIL DUES  $      332.40
IPERS IPERS  $   1,997.09
IRS FED/FICA TAX  $   3,125.21
IOWA WORKFORCE UNEMPLOYEMENT  $        17.55
TREASURER STATE OF IA WA TAX  $      746.00
TREASURER STATE OF IA SALES TAX  $      554.00
JONES COUNTY SHERIFF FINAL HALF FY 20  $ 12,608.00
JONES CO SOLID WASTE DUES  $      643.75
JONI MILLER CREDIT REFUND  $        10.75
KLUESNER SANITATION CONTRACT  $   3,343.55
KRISTY MEYER DEPOSIT REFUND  $        81.26
LEARNING CENTER TRANSFER  $   1,567.00
MIDWEST BUSINESS PROD CITY/LIBR SERV  $      254.49
MINGER  LANDSCAPING CALKINS SERV  $   1,335.00
MINGER LANDSCAPING CALKINS SERV  $   1,335.00
MONTICELLO EXPRESS LEGAL PUB  $      117.33
OVERHEAD DOOR  DUBUQUE OLD DOT SHOP  $   1,222.50
PER MAR SECURITY SERVICES WHMC/LIBR SERV  $      190.56
QCANALYSTIC SERVICES SW SERV  $      239.00
SADLER POWER TRAIN TRUCK SUP  $      264.35
SECURITY PROD OF DUBUQUE CITY/CALKINS SERV  $        62.00
TELEDYNE INSTRUMENTS SW SUP  $      262.00
TREASURER, STATE OF IOWA SALES TAX  $      517.00
TREASURER, STATE OF IOWA STATE TAX  $   1,597.00
TUMBLEWEED PRESS IN LIBR SERV  $      350.00
U.S. CELLULAR CITY SERV  $      108.29
USA BLUEBOOK WA SUP  $      176.96
USDA CHILDCARE LOAN  $   1,424.00
VISA CARD CALKINS  $      448.26
WAL MART COMM LIBR SUP  $      255.05
WELLMARK INSURANCE  $   3,422.68
WYOMING AUTO PARTS ST SUP  $      746.53
WYOMING MUTUAL TELEPHONE CITY/LIBR/CALKINS SERV  $   1,127.99
WYOMING PUBLIC LIBRARY POSTAGE  $           2.61
TOTAL    $ 76,845.75

Revenue and Expenses for December 2019

Funds   Revenue   Expenses
General   15895.88   18690.98
Library Regular   2834.50   3449.02
Library Special   .06    
Wyoming Hist. Museum   1258.70   403.05
Calkins   9.23   4352.25
Calkins Barn   514.73    
Road Use Tax   4081.40   15584.84
Trust & Agency   1450.77   2244.89
Local Option Sales Tax   7674.56    
Rohwedder Trust   34.10    
Emergency   324.63    
Debt Service   1441.00    
Water   14862.97   10177.01
Water Deposit   200.00   100.00
Water Sinking Fund   2071.50   3165.00
Water Reserve        
Sewer   24813.67   23101.88
Sewer Sinking   16171.00   31986.25
Sewer Reserve        
Storm Sewer   320.33    
Childcare Enterprise   1602.17   1567.00
Childcare Sinking   1424.00   1424.00
Childcare Reserve   143.00    
Totals   97128.21   116246.17
         

Correspondence from the Iowa Finance Authority was received.  The City did not get any of the first-round money from the water excise tax.

Mayor Agnitsch opened the Public Hearing on the Proposed Vacation of a portion of S. Jackson Street as platted at 7:01 p.m.   No speakers for or against.  No papers filed.  Moved by Huston seconded by Willman to close the Public Hearing.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.

Superintendent Todd Hawley gave an update on the use of the Learning Center.

Molly Schmitt requested funds for the ISU extension Summer Camp.

Moved by Willman seconded by Taylor to approve FIRST READING OF AN ORDINANCE TO VACATE A PORTION OF S JACKSON ST.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.

Moved by Huston seconded by Scott to approve WAIVE SECOND READING OF AN ORDINANCE TO VACATE A PORTION OF S JACKSON ST.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.

Moved by Scott seconded by Taylor to approve THIRD AND FINAL READING OF AN ORDINANCE TO VACATE A PORTION OF S JACKSON ST.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Ordinance #420.

Moved by Huston seconded by Leonard to approve Resolution proposing sale of a portion of vacated South Jackson Street and Set Public Hearing for February 10th at 7 p.m.   Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution #1873.

Moved by Huston seconded by Leonard to approve applying for IDOT permit on behalf of Dollar General developer, access will be widened by developer.  Roll call vote.  Aye- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.

Public Works report was reviewed.

Moved by Willman seconded by Huston to approve price quote from Wendling Quarries for 2020.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1874.

Moved by Taylor seconded by Huston to approve Casey’s Liquor License for adding liquor.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.

Moved by Huston seconded by Leonard to approve Liquor License renewal for Holly’s Town Super Market contingent on paper work.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.

Moved by Leonard seconded by Willman to approve Resolution setting date for  Public Hearing on Designation of the Wyoming Urban Renewal Area and on Urban Renewal Plan and Project for February 10th at 7 p.m..  Roll call vote.  Aye- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1875.

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Moved by Scott seconded by Taylor to approve Resolution setting Public Hearing for FY 2021 Max Levy for February 10th.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Willman and Taylor.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1876.

Moved by Willman seconded by Taylor to approve Resolution to set Public Hearing for the USDA grants for the City copy machine and Library security system for February 10th.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1877.

Moved by Leonard seconded by Willman to approve Resolution to set Public Hearing for the USDA grant/loan for the West Webster Street water project for February 10th.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1878.

Moved by Huston seconded by Taylor to approve Resolution to set Library wage for substitute at  $10.00 due to programing responsibilities.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1879.

Moved by Huston seconded by Taylor to approve the 2019 wage report.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.

Agnitsch, Kristina   Library    $            487.57
Agnitsch, Steve   Mayor    $         2,000.00
Bahrke, Levi   Public Works    $       22,992.65
Dirks, Richelle   City Hall    $         4,520.44
Gravel, Rod   Public Works    $       40,343.35
Gudenkauf, Kurt   Council    $            200.00
Hayes, Anna   Library    $            627.50
Huston, Kyle   Council    $            480.00
Klein, Paula   City Hall    $              96.00
Klemme, Maddie   Library    $         1,292.50
Leonard, Kevin   Council    $              40.00
Rushford, Nicole   Library/City Hall    $       13,315.88
Scott, Lee   Council    $            400.00
Taylor, Craig   Council    $            520.00
Tjaden, Sheri   City Hall    $       35,836.06
Vacek, Emma   Library    $            176.00
Willman, Allen   Council/Calkins    $         1,370.00
Wright, Shirley   Library    $         1,058.00
         $     125,755.95

Moved by Huston seconded by Willman to approve Resolution to approve $.50 raise for Deputy Clerk/six-month probation period over. Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1880.

Moved by Taylor seconded by Leonard to approve Resolution for ECIASSO agreement for Safety Program Training.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1881.

Budget Workshop meeting is January 20th at 6 p.m.

Moved by Huston seconded by Leonard to approve student job shadowing two hours per week at City Hall.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.

Moved by Scott seconded by Taylor to approve Resolution to appoint Mayor Pro- tem and standing committees same as last year. Roll call Vote. Aye- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution #1882.

Moved by Leonard seconded by Huston to appoint the official newspaper-Anamosa Journal Eureka. Roll call Vote. Aye- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution #1883.

Moved by Taylor seconded by Leonard to approve Resolution to appoint City Attorney-Janette Voss. Roll call Vote. Aye- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution #1884.

Moved by Huston seconded by Scott to appoint City Clerk, Deputy Clerk, Public Works Superintendent, Assistant, and Certified Operator for two-year terms.  Roll call vote.  Aye-Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.  Clerk assigned Resolution # 1185.

Moved by Huston seconded by Leonard to adjourn at 8:09 p.m. Roll call Vote. Aye- Huston, Leonard, Scott, Taylor and Willman.  Motion carried.