NEWHALL CITY COUNCIL
MONDAY, JULY 27, 2020 AT 7:00 PM
NEWHALL CITY HALL
Call to Order Regular Meeting
- Roll Call – Rinderknecht, Gessner, Campbell, Gardemann, and Boddicker
- Approval of Agenda
- Public Forum
- Department Reports
a. Public Works
d. City Clerk
e. Fire/First Responders
- Approval of the following consent agenda items: Note: All items listed under the consent agenda will be enacted by one motion. There will be no separate discussion of these items unless a request is made prior to the time Council votes on the motion.
a. Minutes From: July 13, 2020
b. Bills List Totaling: $13,489.66
- Council Action
a. Set public hearing for August 10, 2020 to amend B-2 Service, Automotive, and Wholesale Business District – Add the following: Automobile, tractor or other machinery, wrecking and used parts yards, junk and iron provided that any such must be completely enclosed within a business or a solid wall or fence at least 12 feet high or as high as the highest exposed storage.
b. Set Public hearing for August 10, 2020 also to approve the amendment to Ordinance 253 adding a registration fee of $25 every January 1, due by April 1st. After April 1st, a penalty of $25.00 is added to the registration fee, 2nd offense will be a fine of $50 added to the registration fee.
c. Approval of the following ditches to be dug out to assist in drainage issues when rain occurs fast and heavy:
i. In front of American Legion Hall and Randy Rubner (102 1st St. W)
ii. South of Ron Schanbacher property (200 2nd St. E) and South of Erin Busenius property (204 2nd St. E)
iii. City property east of tennis court toward the south past the concession stand.
iv. City property on 3rd Avenue E from William Way to Railroad Street
v. South side of 3rd Avenue to Main Street on William Way (Don Grovert Property)
vi. On west side of 6th Street from Brent Millings (303 6th Ave) to east side of Cindy Konicek property (508 4th St.).
vii. At the corner of 4th Street and 6th Avenue – Adam and Abbey Whalen (600 4th St.E)
d. Jeff Fitzgerald is asking for forgiveness on the sewer portion of his next utility bill. He realized in the morning that the main hose had come apart and the hose ran at full volume for 12-13 hours into the grass. Over the past 10 months they have used less than 2000 gallons with an exception of 1 month where it was 2500 gallons.
e. Insurance and Insurance Reimbursements to Employees
*Pursuant to 21.4(2) of the Code of Iowa (2001), the City has the right to amend this agenda up until 24 hours before the posted meeting time.