COUNCIL: Van Horne has May meeting

CITY OF VAN HORNE

Regular Council Meeting

May 10, 2021

6:30 P.M.

The meeting was called to order at Van Horne City Hall at 6:30 p.m. by Mayor Junge.

Council Present:, Knaack, Fisher, Parmenter

Council Absent: Donald, Childs

Others Present: Jared,

Motion by Parmenter to approve agenda. Seconded by Knaack, all ayes, motion carried.

Motion by Fisher to approve the Minutes of the April 12, 2021 Council Meeting. Seconded by Knaack, all ayes, motion carried.

Motion by Parmenter to approve the Minutes of the April 28 Special Council Meeting. Seconded by Fisher, all ayes, motion carried.

As the City Council of Van Horne feels that an ambulance service being funded is a necessity and benefit for all Van Horne residents, motion was made by Fisher to approve payment of $700 to North Benton Ambulance for this year and $1400 for FY22. Seconded by Knaack, all ayes, motion carried.

Sewer Ordinance 2021-03 addressing temporary discount for tree watering was presented. Motion by Fisher to adopt Ordinance 2021-03 Sewer Credit. Seconded by Knaack, all aye, motion carried. Motion by Parmenter to waive the second reading of Ordinance 2021-03 Sewer credit. Seconded by Fisher, all ayes, motion carried. Motion by Knaack to waive the third reading of Ordinance 2021-03 Sewer Credit and adopt Ordinance. Seconded by Fisher, all ayes, motion carried.

Resolution 2021-422 setting June 14th , 2021 for a Public Hearing on Budget Amendment was presented. Motion by Parmenter to approve Resolution 2021-422. Seconded by Fisher, all ayes, motion carried.

Request from Benton Community Seniors to do a Senior Parade on Commencement Day was discussed. Motion by Knaack to grant permission for Parade. Seconded by Fisher, all ayes, motion carried.

WWTF Pay Estimate #2 was presented from V & K for payment to WRH for $117,407.65. Motion by Parmenter to approve and pay estimate. Seconded by Knaack, all ayes, motion carried.

Vogeler addressed Council regarding the progress of the WWTF updates.

Discussion was had regarding employee wages and contracts. Resolution and contracts will be approved at the June 2021 meeting.

The following bills were presented:

CLAIMS REPORT

VENDORINVOICE DESCRIPTIONAMOUNT
ALICIA RAUSCHREC APPAREL$ 177.53
ALICIA RAUSCHREC BATS FROM DICKS$ 171.18
ALICIA RAUSCHDICKS SPORT REIMBURSEMENT$ 213.96
ALLIANT ENERGYTEMP SERVICE AT REC$ 149.00
ALLIANT ENERGYSEWER PLANT ELECTRIC$ 5,331.45
ARNOLD MOTORWIPER BLADES$ 27.78
ATKINS LUMBERREC STORAGE REBUILD$ 28,321.64
BARR PLUMBING AND ELECTRICFIRE STATION REPAIRS$ 183.57
BSNBASEBALLS$ 126.37
CENTER POINT LARGE PRINTLIBRARY BOOKS$ 166.98
CITY OF KEYSTONE – REC2ND TEAM FEES$ 75.00
CITY OF NORWAY2ND TEAM FEES$ 75.00
DEMCOLIBRARY SUPPLIES$ 310.26
EFTPS1FED/FICA TAXES$ 5,363.93
ELITE SPORTSREC UNIFORMS-HATS/JERSEYS/VISO$ 3,434.17
ELITE SPORTSBASEBALL/SOFTBALL UNIFORMS$ 6,870.47
EZ TRASH SOLUTIONS,LLCTRASH PICK UP AT FIRE STATION$ 3,112.50
HOLIDAY INN DES MOINESIMFOA HOTEL – LINDA$ 224.00
HOMETOWN MARKETPLACENEWSLETTER$ 19.40
INGRAM LIBRARY SERVICESLIBRARY BOOKS$ 197.84
IPERSIPERS$ 2,392.56
IREADPROGRAMMING$ 40.56
JOHN DEERE FINANCIALCITY SHED SUPPLIES$ 198.31
JOHNS LOCKSEWER PLANT KEY$ 176.37
JOSHUA JANSS CONSTRUCTION2ND 1/2 OF REC COMPLEX$ 6,750.00
JOSHUA JANSS CONSTRUCTION1/2 DOWN FOR REC COMPLEX$ 6,750.00
KEYSTONE LABWASTEWATER ANALYSIS$ 70.50
KEYSTONE LABWASTEWATER ANALYSIS$ 85.80
KCC – CONTINUING EDKATLYN HLAS – EMT$ 2,065.00
KLOPPING, LINDASIGN FOR CC$ 292.52
KOCH BROTHERSCOPIER MAINTENANCE$ 74.96
LAURIE DONALDSAMS REIMBURSEMENT$ 751.54
LEAFCOPIER$ 134.25
MATHESON-TRIGASMEDICAL OXYGEN$ 230.82
MECHELLE LAMBERTSTORYTIME CRAFT SUPPLY REIMBUR$ 38.65
MENARDS-CEDAR RAPIDS SOUTH3 SHELF METAL UNIT$ 300.93
MID-AMERICA BOOKSLIBRARY BOOKS$ 548.60
NEW CENTURY FARM SERVICECITY FUEL$ 371.77
NEW CENTURY FARM SERVICEFIRE DEPT FUEL$ 99.92
P & KROTARY BROOM$ 2,735.00
PENWORTHYLIBRARY BOOKS$ 100.78
PEPSIREC CONCESSIONS$ 798.22
PODSREC STORAGE CONTAINER$ 111.28
POSTMASTERWATER BILL POSTAGE$ 115.00
POWESHIEK WATERBULK WATER$ 12,204.15
STOREY KENWORTHYCITY HALL OFFICE SUPPLIES$ 192.71
STOREY KENWORTHYLIBRARY OFFICE SUPPLIES$ 371.67
VAN HORNE TELEPHONECLERK PHONE/FAX$ 509.12
TOWN AND COUNTRYREC CONCESSION$ 662.34
TREASURER-STATE OF IOWASTATE TAXES$ 975.00
US CELLULARCITY CELL PHONES$ 130.16
V & KWWTF – CONSTRUCTION ADMIN$ 6,475.00
VINTON NEWSPAPERSMARCH MINUTE PUBLICATION$ 113.04
VINTON NEWSPAPERSFY22 PROPOSED BUDGET PUBLISH$ 125.44
WELLMARKHEALTH INSURANCE$ 1,294.41
WRH, AKA WENDLER CONSTRUCTIONWWTF UPDATES PAY ESTIMATE 2$ 117,407.65
Accounts Payable Total$ 225,250.96
Payroll Checks$ 11,614.72
***** REPORT TOTAL *****$ 236,865.68
GENERAL$ 81,079.98
ROAD USE TAX$ 6,287.86
EMPLOYEE BENEFITS$ 1,294.41
WASTEWATER FACILITY$ 123,882.65
WATER$ 16,786.83
SEWER$ 7,533.95
TOTAL FUNDS$ 236,865.68

April 2021
ExpensesRevenue
General$ 304,250.89$ 44,213.77
Road Use Tax$ 19,791.82$ 7,344.16
Employee Benefit$ 24,163.75$ 3,045.23
Emergency$ 2,502.62$
Lost$ 4,122.69$
TIF$ 27,460.84$
Debt Service$ 19,601.82$
WasteWater plant updates $ 96,900.00$ 101,800.00
1st St Overlay$$ 12,308.75
Water$ 8,699.64$ 21,131.85
Water Sinking$$
Sewer$ 12,511.44$ 10,558.88
Sewer Sinking___________$ ____________

$ 520.005.51$ 200,402.64

Motion by Parmenter to allow bills. Seconded by Fisher, all ayes, motion carried.

Motion by Knaack to approve Clerks Report. Seconded by Fisher, all ayes, motion carried.

Motion by Parmenter to adjourn. Seconded by Knaack, all ayes, motion carried.

Martin Junge, Mayor

Linda Klopping, City Clerk

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