West Union Council

By: KCTN News
Aug 27th, 2018

Council Chambers, City Hall, August 22, 2018, 6:00 P.M.

West Union City Council met August 22, 2018 at 6:00 P.M. at Council Chambers with Mayor Adam Keller presiding, and began with the Pledge of Allegiance.

Attendance Roll call: Present –Smith, Stansbery, Gumm, Bentley, and Granger joined later. Absent: None

Approval of the Motion was made by Stansbery, seconded by Bentley, to approve the agenda Agenda as presented. All Aye. Carried.

Approval of the Motion was made by Gumm, seconded by Smith, to approve minutes of the

Minutes August 6, 2018 regular meeting as presented. All Aye. Carried.

Approve Liquor Motion was made by Stansbery, seconded by Gumm, to approve liquor license

Licenses renewals for Gus & Tony’s Townhouse and Winers. All Aye. Carried.

Discuss Court House Council had some questions on the courthouse project and size of the bumpouts and

Project who will maintain. This project came to council in 2014-15 for approval, there was

a delay in proceeding with the project from the county side. Courthouse staff will

maintain bumpouts. They recently had a handicap issue, and request the use of the

first parking stall by the charging station to be designated until the project is

complete.

Resolution 2019-04 This resolution is to apply for the SRF sponsored project, which grants up to

Approving SRF $650,000 for water resource restoration sponsored projects that address water

Sponsored Project quality problems. This can be one project or multiple projects. UERPC will write

Application the grant for $1,000. Stansbery made a motion to approve proceeding as requested,

Gumm seconded. All Aye. Carried.

Approve BREW BQ In conjunction with NFV Homecoming, a Chili and BBQ Cookoff is being planned

Liquor Application for Saturday, October 6th, 2018 from noon-8pm. McIntyre requested to apply for

the liquor license under the City of West Union. Motion was made by Stansbery,

seconded by Gumm, to approve as requested. All Aye. Carried.

Approve July Motion was made by Stansbery, seconded by Granger, to approve July Financials

Financials as presented. All Aye. Carried.

Approve August Motion was made by Stansbery, seconded by Bentley, to approve August, 2018

Expenditures expenditures totaling $555,972.33 as presented. Granger abstained, Rest All Aye.

Carried.

Tour Elkader The Council travelled to Elkader to tour the aero-mod WWTP at Elkader, which is

WWTP what we will be building.

CLAIMS LIST:

ACCO – Chlorine $ 970.80

Advanced Systems – Copiers $ 102.37

Advanced Systems-Texas – Copier 6.67

Aflac – Insurance 175.08

AgVantage FS – Bullseye 137.33

All Stop – Fuel 2,508.94

Allamakee-Clayton – Loan 3,000.00

Allamakee-Clayton Elec – Electric 3,478.13

Alliant – Electric service 24,338.49

Amanda Tweed – Coaching 100.00

Amazon – Books 494.20

American Legion – Flags 50.00

Andre Fuentes – Umpiring 50.00

Antwyan Cullar - Umpiring 380.00

Bailey Monroe – Coaching 150.00

Baker Enterprises – Adam St. 135,643.52

Baumler Imp – Parts, Mowers 17,961.43

Beth Starkweather – Coaching 75.00

Black Hawk Waste – Garbage 35.00

Black Hills – Gas 1,189.08

Blue Cross – Insurance 18,556.54

BP – Fuel 266.29

Brennan Imoehl – Umpiring 120.00

Brett Cornforth – Umpiring 20.00

Brown Supply – Paint 102.00

Cally Mueller – Coaching 125.00

Carson Ward – Umpiring 300.00

CenturyLink – Phone 867.83

Chris DeBack – Umpiring 80.00

Chris Lundgren - Umpiring 40.00

Chris Schveiger – Patching 300.00

City Laundry – Uniforms, Towels 910.84

Compass Creative Dramatic – Theatre 2,175.00

County Materials Corp – Storm Sewer-Rickel 5,003.50

Croell – Concrete 187.50

Dale Bilden – Janitorial 450.00

Dan Doebel – Coaching 125.00

Dave Lenth – Coaching 100.00

Dave Wilker – Coaching 150.00

Dean Family Chiro – Physical 40.00

Decorah Newspaper – Subscription 37.00

DEMCO – Supplies 182.69

Diamond Vogel – Harness 107.00

Dillon Cleaning – Carpets 580.00

Dorsey & Whitney – Legal Fees 8,000.00

Doug Harris – Dental 313.92

Dusty Dunn – Coaching 50.00

E.F.T.P.S- Payroll Taxes 21,681.53

Easton’s – Softener Salt 10.50

Elgin Echo – Subscription 42.00

Elwood – Legal Fees 325.00

Emily Jensen – Umpiring 40.00

Emma Barton – Umpiring 40.00

Fauser – Fuel 2,174.46

FCED – Meeting 75.00

Fay. Co. Recorder – Fees 59.00

Fay. Co Union – Publications 250.30

FCSWM – Landfill Fees 30.00

Fehr Graham – Engineering 39,077.50

Gage & Gage – Repairs 80.26

Galls – Uniforms 690.59

Hach – Chemicals 299.69

Hankes – Garage Doors 1,009.18

Hawkeye InterConnect – Internet 111.67

Hawkins – Cylinders 69.40

Heather Gamm – Coaching 75.00

Homestead Iowa Realty – Ernst 54,888.79

HW Wilson – Books 265.50

IA DNR – NPDES Permit 210.00

Ignacio Fuentes – Coaching, Admin 400.00

Ingram – Books 1,071.17

Iowa Park & Rec – Membership 165.00

Iowa Soccer Assoc – Registration 1,434.00

IPERS - 8,546.62

Isaiah Stansbery – Umpiring 25.00

Jaya Feltz – Umpiring 20.00

John Deere Credit Union – Supplies 233.11

Julie Friden – Coaching 75.00

Justin Heins – Coaching 150.00

Kaleb White – Umpiring 50.00

Kathy Guyer – Supplies 294.04

Kennon Gumm – Coaching 100.00

Keystone Lab – Testing 522.20

Kian Halverson – Lighting 50.00

Kim Lundgren – Coaching 125.00

Kyella Frieden – Umpiring 45.00

Kyler White – Umpiring 30.00

Lane Johansen – Dental/Vision 895.00

LeRoy Soppe – Airport 635.00

Lauer & Sons – House Demo 7,000.00

LL Pelling – Asphalt 784.55

Loomis – Parts 61.94

Lucas Olson – Umpiring 260.00

Mala Erickson – Coaching 50.00

Marco – Copier 169.75

Marta Grove – Coaching 50.00

Martin Brothers – Supplies 170.92

Matt Cowley – Umpiring 20.00

Michelle Schaefers – Coaching 50.00

Mick Gage – Restrooms 120.00

Midwest Radar – Testing 120.00

Mike Elsbernd – Umpiring 20.00

Municipal Supply – Meters 2,880.00

Myers-Cox – Concessions 141.08

NAPA – Parts 951.03

National Rec & Park – NRPA Fees 175.00

NEIA BB/SB League – Fees 470.00

NEIA Inspections – Pool Inspect 418.00

Norma Kerr – Housing Theatre Directors 100.00

North Central Labs – Supplies 70.33

Northern Lights – Concessions 110.60

OverDrive – Bridges Fees 563.18

Paul Becthold – Dental 108.79

Paul Niemann – Rock 2,527.75

Petty Cash – Postage 61.26

Prairie Road Builders – Seal Coating 37,434.70

Quillin’s – Supplies 271.59

Rite Price – Office Supplies 211.51

Riverland Expressions – Tees 195.85

Roman Yasinovskyy – Coaching 50.00

Sara Rose – Coaching 50.00

Sawyer Fink – Umpiring 40.00

Schwan’s – Concessions 134.66

Shelly Kingsley – Downtown Maint., Janitorial 775.00

Signs by Design – Signs 20.00

Sims – UPS, Computer Repairs 300.18

Spahn & Rose – Supplies 59.34

Speicher – CIIP, Repairs 21,291.21

State Hygenic Lab – Testing 196.50

State Library – Fees 234.16

Steve Murray – Coaching 100.00

Tamara Buitenwerf – Coaching 115.00

Taylor & Assoc. – Chaise Loungers 3,491.85

Taylor Ney – Umpiring 20.00

TEI Audio – Fees 990.00

TestAmerica – Testing 389.76

Tim Feldman – Coaching 200.00

Tom Grapes – Umpiring 380.00

Tom Luhman –Firemen Compensation 360.00

Treasurer, State of Iowa –State WH, Sales Tax 6,663.84

Trey Frieden – Umpiring 25.00

Trey Kuhens – Coaching 240.00

UnityPoint Clinic – Drug Test 42.00

Unum Life – Disab & Life 383.32

US Cellular – Cell Phones 319.94

US Postal – Envelopes 1,152.10

US Postmaster – Postage 409.45

USA BlueBook – Supplies 353.71

Utility Equip. – Supplies 346.12

Verizon – Phones 184.39

VISA – Supplies 1,774.80

Walvatne Electric – Lighting 17,185.54

WU District Energy – GEO 534.00

WU Hardware – Supplies 71.76

West Union Motors – Parts 436.35

Wex Bank – Fuel 1,967.75

Wilbur – Repairs 887.94

Zaida Moore – Umpiring 30.00

Zeke Stansbery – Umpiring 25.00

Total Payroll 77,495.24

TOTAL CLAIMS $ 555,972.33

RECAP OF JULY RECEIPTS

General $ 85,152.05

Util Billing 97,159.15

TOTAL RECEIPTS $ 182,311.20

Next Council Next regular council meeting will be Tuesday, September 4, 2018, at 6:00 pm

Meeting in Council Chambers due to the holiday.

Adjourn With no further business to bring before the Council, a motion was made

by Smith, seconded by Granger, to adjourn. All Aye. Carried.

Meeting adjourned at 6:41 p.m. at Elkader, and all travelled back to West Union.



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