CITY COUNCIL: Newhall, March 8, 2021


City of Newhall
City Council Regular Meeting and Public Hearing
Monday, March 8, 2021 – 6:00 PM
At 6:00 PM Mayor Mattson called the Public Hearing to order for the approval of the FY22 Budget, motion by Boddicker, 2nd by Campbell to close the Public Hearing.
At 6:01 Mayor Mattson called the Regular Meeting to Order
Council members present: Gessner, Boddicker, Rinderknecht, Gardemann, Campbell
Approval of the Agenda: Motion by Boddicker, 2nd by Gardemann, all present aye, motion carried and adding Frontline quote for $250 to the Council Action.
Department Reports
Public Works: Mowers are ready to go, filling pot holes, hauling more rock on road to lagoon.
Mayor: Daylight savings time next weekend, next meeting will be at 7:00 pm; Fire Station roof is done; Kinzenbaw will be at Sutton’s on Wednesday, and will be back in April to work on fire
hydrant and water main; Rinderknecht can do the concession stand, Jan will get quote.
Council: Golf cart stickers will be here Monday, March 15th, reminder will be put on April water bills for residents with golf carts and UTV’s.
Library: Back to normal hours
Consent Agenda and Bill Consent: Motion by Rinderknecht, 2nd by Gessner to approve the
minutes from February 22, 2021 and bills totaling $67,751.85, all present aye, motion carried.
VENDOR DESCRIPTION AMOUNT
Alliant Energy City – Electric and Gas $7,423.90
Benton County Auditor City – Law Enforcement Wages Jan, Feb, Mar 21 $4,875.00
Benton County Solid Waste Garbage/Landfill – Tipping Fee 1/21 – 2/18 $1,563.50
G&H Electric Storm – Concession Stand & New GFI at City Hall $188.09
Gazette City – Publication $141.55
Gazette City – Publication $173.63
Gazette City – Publication $63.90
Gessner Auto Service Fire – F-720 Tanker Batteries $304.00
Hydrants Unlimited Water/Sewer – Chemicals and Testing $1,120.00
Keystone Labs Water – Analysis $17.00
Linn Coop Streets – Fuel $140.27
Linn Coop Fire – Fuel $134.20
New Century FS City – Fuel $80.44
Rinderknecht Construction Storm – Fire Station Roof $50,370.00
Scroder, Lukas Water/Sewer – Meter Deposit Refund $35.55
South Slope City – Internet, Cable, Phone $541.48
Staples City – Asus Mouse $48.99
Visa City – Odobe, Global Industries, Stamp $350.43
Visa Library – OTC Brands – Supplies $179.92
$67,751.85
Council Action:
A. Motion by Boddicker, 2nd by Gardemann to approve resolution 03222021, FY22 Annual
Budget, roll call votes all aye, motion carried.
B. Motion by Rinderknecht, 2nd by Gessner to approve Temple Design quote for Christmas
lights for $7,468.45 plus freight, all present aye, motion carried.
C. Motion by Boddicker, 2nd by Campbell to end the contract with ECICOG for updating our
zoning book, with a change of focus, we will pay them for work performed, all present
aye, motion carried. D. Motion by Boddicker, 2nd by Gardemann to invite Iowa Codification to our next meeting via zoom to receive more information and to potentially proceed with them updating our Code of Ordinances (which is due for update November 2021) and Zoning (Building) document requirements, all present aye, motion carried.
E. Motion by Gessner, 2nd by Gardemann to approve the Frontline Warning Systems quote
for $250.00 for the annual preventative maintenance and service for the city siren, all present aye, motion carried.
Adjournment: At 6:31 p.m. Boddicker moved to adjourn, Rinderknecht seconded, all present aye, motion carried.

Jan Mattson – Mayor


Keri Touro – City Clerk

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