Keystone Council: June 9 and June 2

Keystone City Hall

KEYSTONE COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS

June 9, 2022

6:00 pm

The special meeting of the Keystone City Council was held Thursday, June 9, 2022, at 6:00 pm. Roll Call members present: Hennings, Janss, Kaiser, Monson and Selk (fka Upah). Absent: none. Also Present: Dan Kaestner, Realtor. Mayor Mark Andresen called the meeting to order.

Motion made by Kaiser, second by Hennings to approve the May 5, 2022 minutes. Motion carried. All voted aye.

Motion made by Kaiser second by Janss to open the public hearing on Proposal to Sell Real Estate. Motion carried. All voted aye. The Mayor asked for any questions or comments. No written comments or questions from the clerk. No other verbal or written comments or questions from the council or audience. Motion made by Hennings, second by Monson to close the public hearing. Motion carried. All voted aye.

Motion made by Kaiser, second by Monson to approve Resolution 06-02-22 Sale of Real Estate. Motion carried. All voted aye.

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

The next regular meeting will be Thursday, July 7, 2022 at 6pm.

Mark W Andresen, Mayor

Angie Hagen, City Clerk

COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS

June 2, 2022

6:00 pm

The regular meeting of the Keystone City Council was held Thursday, June 2 2022, at 6:00 pm. Roll Call members present: Hennings, Janss, Kaiser, Monson and Selk (fka Upah). Absent: none. Also Present: Jamey Clemann, City Superintendent, Gary Shakespeare, Keystone Resident, Dave and Kelly Thole, Lot buyer, Steve Vargason, Keystone Resident, Melissa Lennie, Realtor. Mayor Mark Andresen called the meeting to order.

Motion made by Kaiser, second by Hennings to approve the May 5, 2022 minutes. Motion carried. All voted aye.

Motion made by Janss, second by Selk to approve the May 22, 2022 minutes. Motion carried. All voted aye.

Motion made by Monson, second by Hennings to approve the May 2022 treasurer report. Motion carried. All voted aye.

Motion made by Janss second by Selk to open the public hearing on Proposal to Sell Real Estate. Motion carried. All voted aye. The Mayor asked for any questions or comments. No written comments or questions from the clerk. Questions from Steve Vargason just wanting to make clarification that the new owners knew about the covenants and building stipulations. No other verbal or written comments or questions from the council or audience. Motion made by Monson, second by Kaiser to close the public hearing. Motion carried. All voted aye.

Motion made by Janss, second by Selk to approve Resolution 06-01-22 Sale of Real Estate. Motion carried. All voted aye.

Jamey Clemann, City Superintendent, wanted to post again that The only materials allowed at the yard waste site are twigs, branches and grass clippings ONLY. ABSOLUTELY NO PLASTIC BAGS OF ANY KIND. He asked the Mayor and Council if the practice of dumping other materials continues, can he shut down the yard waste site. The Mayor and Council advised that close survelliance will be conducted on the yard waste site and people abusing the site will be notified.

Motion made by Janss, second by Upah to renew the listing contracts on the lots in the West Franzenburg addition with Melissa Lennie for one year. Motion carried. Ayes: Hennings, Janss, Monson and Selk. Opposed: Kaiser. Motion carried.

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

Absolute Science-Library summer program350.00
AAA Pest Control-inspection250.00
Alliant-electric2693.97
Barr and Sons electric-scoreboard2414.23
Benton County Auditor-law enforcement wages1625.00
Benton County Solid Waste-tipping fee938.42
Cardmember Service-supplies/fuel1469.10
Carpet Pro-clean carpet165.00
Carquest-supplies124.55
Cities of Newhall/Shellburg Rec-league dues320.00
Clemann, Jamey-reimb city wide clean up15.91
Des Moines Register – publications73.46
Eulenspiegel Puppet Theatre-Library smr program418.00
Federal Tax w/h2333.66
Furler Utility Services-license1148.35
Gahring Machine – repairs35.00
Gazette – publications360.40
Grainger-supplies77.30
Guldner, Kathy-reimb city wide clean up63.47
Hagen, Angie-reimb summer rec supplies982.49
Hart-Frederick Consulants-lot pins644.25
Hawkins-azone420.36
Heffron-dust control773.00
Hopper, Laura-reimb mileage35.68
Hydrants Unlimited – lab work340.00
IPERS-1651.01
Ingram-orders671.08
Iowa Finance Authority-loan repay171112.50
Iowa Prison Industries-sign73.60
J&R Enterprises-gb pu9976.95
Johnson, Max-computer service90.00
Keystone Communications – phones329.18
Keystone Laboratories-testing198.25
Keystone Turner Hall-meals City Wide clean up88.00
Koch Office Group-copier7.68
KSZ Law-legal fees55.00
New Century FS-fuel131.29
Nutrien Ag Solutions-weed control192.60
Penworthy-orders139.79
Peppys Ice Cream-Library summer program130.08
Pickering Backhoe-labor809.29
Radio Communications-radio Service255.00
Roggentien Electric-parts148.12
Staples-supplies166.49
Tharp Design-scoreboard installation3521.00
Town and Country-concessions1825.61
US Postmaster-postage96.95
Vargason Const-materials6963.80
Wallace, Pascale-reimburse SR supplies136.91
Wittrock, Rhonda-tshirts840.00
Total217681.78

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

The next regular meeting will be Thursday, July 7, 2022 at 6pm.

Mark W Andresen, Mayor

Angie Hagen, City Clerk

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