COUNCIL: Keystone had April 8 meeting

CITY OF KEYSTONE COUNCIL PROCEEDING
April 8, 2020

The regular meeting of the Keystone City Council was held Wednesday, April 8, 2020, at 6:00 pm. Roll Call members present: K.Janss and Kaiser, Behrens Kruse and Upah were in attendance via Zoom Video Conference. Absent: none. Also Present: Dave Monson, City Superintendent. Mayor, Erin Janss called the meeting to order.

Motion made by Janss, second by Behrens to approve the March 2020 minutes. Motion carried. All voted aye.

Motion made by Kaiser, second by Kruse to approve the March Treasurer Report. Motion carried. All voted aye.

Motion made by Kruse, second by Kaiser to open the public hearing regarding the 2020-2021 Budget. Motion carried. All voted aye. The Mayor asked for any questions or comments. No written comments or questions from the clerk. No verbal or written comments or questions from the council or audience. Motion made by Janss, second by Kaiser to close the public hearing. Motion carried. All voted aye.

Motion made by Janss, second by Kruse to approve Resolution 04-01-20 Adopting the Annual Budget for the Fiscal Year 2020-2021. Motion carried. All voted aye.

One sealed bid was opened by Mayor Janss. Motion made by Kaiser, second by Upah to approve the sale of the 1972 Dump Truck.

Motion made by Kruse, second by Kaiser to approve the Liquor License Renewal for the Keystone Turner Hall. Motion carried. All voted aye.

Motion made by K. Janss, second by Behrens to approve Resolution 3-2-20, Designating Newspapers. Motion carried. All voted aye.

Motion made by Kaiser, second by Kruse to approve the Summer Rec Coaches for the Keystone Pony and Little League boys and girls. Motion carried. All voted aye.

Motion made by Kruse, second by Behrens to approve the First Reading of Ordinance 78 Raising the Water Rates and changing Temporary Discontinuance. Motion carried. All voted aye.

Motion made by Kaiser, second by Janss to approve the First Reading of Ordinance 79 Raising the Sewer Rates and changing Temporary Discontinuance. Motion carried. All voted aye.

Motion made by Behrens, second by Kruse to approve the First Reading of Ordinance 80 Raising the Garbage Rates and changing Temporary Discontinuance. Motion carried. All voted aye.

Motion made by Kaiser, second by Kruse to approve the First Reading of Ordinance 81 Changing the Dates for Yard Waste Pickup. Motion carried. All voted aye.

Motion made Janss, second by Upah to accept the dust control bid from O’Grady Chemical for 3 applications of dust control. Motion carried. All voted aye.

Motion made by K.Janss, second by Upah to accept the contract for Weed Control at the park. Motion carried. All voted aye.

Motion made by Kaiser, second by Upah to approve the bills as read. Motion carried. All voted aye.

Alliant-electric
2755.75
Atkins Lumber-deadbolt
68.02
Benton County Solid Waste-tipping
575.50
Blanch, Frederick-books
28.95
Cardmember Services-library cc
457.48
Carquest-jumper cables
79.99
Chemsearch-lubra-lift
338.50
Conoco-fuel
177.44
Creative Product Source-supplies
58.00
Des Moines Register-publications
423.44
Electric Pump-UV Sensor Repair
1324.90
Federal Tax Withholding-
1915.50
Furler, Rick-trip charge/license
650.00
Hawkins, Inc. – supplies
693.04
Heitmann, Will-snow removal
585.00
Hydrants Unlimited – lab work
340.00
IPERS-
1419.28
Iowa Dept of Revenue-sales/W.E.T/w/h
2092.15
J&R Enterprises-gb pu
2553.65
Johnson, Max-service
120.00
Keystone Communications-phones
342.87
Keystone Insurance Agency-insurance
750.00
Keystone Labs-testing
315.30
Keystone Savings Bank-deposit box rental
40.00
Koch Office Group-copier contract
109.05
Martin Flag Co-flags
240.78
Monson, Dave-reimb tape
44.95
New Century FS-lp
243.87
Paulsen Automotive – transmission fluid
25.00
O’Grady Chemical-lawn service/diesel
1714.78
Pippert Hardware-furnace check
212.50
Precision Gutter Works-gutters/downspouts
1202.00
Precision Sheet Metal-repair
1256.00
Randy’s Repair-service lawnmower
353.64
Staples-supplies
91.00
US Postmaster-stamps/postage
425.55
Water Deposit Refunds
750.00
Upah, Chad-repair
60.00
Vinton Newspapers-advertisement
32.75
Total
24866.63

The next regular council meeting will be May 7 at 6pm.

Motion made by Kaiser, second by Behrens, to adjourn the meeting. Motion carried. All voted aye.

Erin G. Janss, Mayor
Angie Hagen, City Clerk

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