City of Newhall
City Council Regular Meeting
July 11, 2022 – 7:00 PM
Mayor Boddicker opened the regular meeting at 7:00 PM.
Roll Call: Council Present: Campbell, Cross, Wendel, Rinderknecht, Seeck
Approval of the Agenda: Motion by Wendel, 2nd by Campbell approving the agenda, all aye, motion carried.
Public Works: Water tower will be cleaned on Wednesday of next week; gutters done at library will get one more quote for east side of concession stand and see if they can repair the one at the main park; will get quote for sidewalk at the ball park; planting grass this fall at ball field; lightning struck lift station and south slope box so no alarms were going off for flow issue on North Main, fixed.
Council: Wendel commented that the corners of C Avenue and 1st Street and C Avenue and Railroad need to be addressed for weeds and junk, Touro will send pictures to attorney; Rinderknecht and all council agreed that the fireworks were great this year.
City Clerk: Of the 11 letters that were sent out, 6 were addressed either by correcting or contacting City Hall will the action plan. The addresses that remain did not meet the July 7th deadline of addressing these issues and the attorney was contacted to proceed with legal action. One of the residents did send in a check and noted on the check that it was for pet registration, but the check was returned to the resident because the amount was not explained, no up to date vaccination was supplied, and the number of pets was not listed.
Consent Agenda and Bill Consent: Motion by Rinderknecht, 2nd by Campbell to approve the minutes from June 27,
2022, and bills totaling $107,237.63, all present aye, motion carried.
VENDOR DESCRIPTION AMOUNT
Apparatus Testing Services Fire – Pump testing $651.00
Atkins Lumber Pavilion – Supplies to repair walls $19.86
Atlantic Coca-Cola Parks – Concessions $75.05
Campbell, David Zoning – Permit Refund $40.00
Campbell, Mart Parks – Supply reimbursement $31.81
Childers, Skylar Parks – Coaching Tee ball & Coach Pitch $250.00
Hach Water – Chlorine, Nitrite, Iron Testing Sup $706.31
Hach Water – SL 1000 Instrument $4,509.72
Hawkins, Inc. Water – Chlorine $873.41
Hydrants Unlimited Water/Sewer – Operator and Supplies $940.00
Iowa Dept of Nat Res Water – Annual Public Water Supply Fee $96.49
Iowa Workforce Develop City – Unemployment Insurance $89.31
Keystone Labs Water/Sewer – Testing and Supplies $588.00
Kurt’s Enterprises City – City Wide Cleanup Day $1,749.76
Mahan, Jeremy Fire – Flag for Fire Department $154.47
Menards City – Padlocks (6pack) $34.99
Munson, Michael Parks – Coaching LL Boys $450.00
Nat Fire Prof Assoc Fire – FY23 Membership $175.00
New Century FS Streets – Fuel $154.91
Newhall Locker Parks – Concessions – Pork loins $45.86
Prairie Road Builders Streets – Cleaning, Patching and Seal Coating $74,415.00
Rathje, Beth Parks – Coaching LL Girls $450.00
Refstie, Wendy Parks – Coaching PL Girls $450.00
Rinderknecht Construction Storm – West Park Labor – Siding $4,800.00
Rinderknecht Construction Storm – West Park Labor – Roof $5,600.00
Ron Wagner Home Impro Library – Gutters $2,670.00
Town and Country Parks – Concessions $586.88
Uline Pavilion – Tables Shipping Charge $85.28
Utility Services Water – Qtrly Tank and Pedosphere $4,976.87
Vinton Trophy and Awards Parks – Additional medals $112.50
Visa City – Key markers, Pavilion – Supplies $275.81
Visa Library – Maint/Repair, City – Adobe $69.34
Vision Concrete Park – Repair broken concrete at park $1,110.00
a) Culvert equipment was tabled until the next meeting
b) Motion by Cross, 2nd by Campbell not to maintain the weeds at 102 1st St and proceed with culvert plans, all present aye, motion carried.
c) Motion by Campbell, 2nd by Wendel approving No BS to maintain the bump outs on Main Street, plans in Main Park and in front of the Grovert Municipal Building, all present aye, motion carried.
d) Motion by Rinderknecht, 2nd by Cross approving the Benton County Law Enforcement Agreement for FY23 for $23,350 annually to be paid out quarterly, all present aye, motion carried.
e) Motion by Wendel, 2nd by Campbell scheduling a public hearing for July 25, 2022 at 7:00 PM and publishing said notice, all present aye, motion carried.
Adjournment: At 7:48 PM, Rinderknecht moved to adjourn, Wendel 2nd, all present aye motion carried.
Doug Boddicker – Mayor
Keri Touro – City Clerk