REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING AGENDA l March 13th, 2019

March 8, 2019

CITY OF ACKLEY, IOWA

REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING AGENDA
ACKLEY COUNCIL CHAMBERS
Wednesday, March 13, 2019 7:00 p.m.
Order of Agenda at the Mayor’s discretion

Note: Persons addressing the council with concerns, requests or proposals are asked to limit their time to five (5) minutes.
If you do not state, at the time you ask to be put on the agenda, what you will be addressing with the council, a decision
cannot be made and voted on by the council at this meeting.
1. Call to Order
2. Roll Call
3. Approve Agenda
4. CONSENT AGENDA: All items listed under the consent agenda will be enacted by one
motion. There will be no separate discussion of these items unless a Council Member
requests separate consideration prior to the time Council votes on the motion:
(Additions/corrections/approval/place on file)
a. Minutes – February 13, 2019 Regular Mtg
b. Bills approval
c. Department Reports
- Clerk Bank Reconciliation/Cash Report/Treasurer Report – February 2019
- Clerk Budget Reports – February 2019
- Deputy Clerk Utility Billing Reconciliation – February 2019
- Fire Report – February 2019
- Ambulance Report – February 2019
5. 7:00 PM Public Hearing: First Reading of Proposed Ordinance No. 512 Amending the
Code of Ordinances of the City of Ackley, Iowa by Amending Section 100.06, Pertaining to
Use of Funds
6. Discussion/Action – Proposed Ordinance No. 512 Amending the Code of Ordinances of the
City of Ackley, Iowa by Amending Section 100.06, Pertaining to Use of Funds
a. Approve 1 st Reading
b. Waive 2 nd & 3 rd Readings
c. Adopt the Ordinance
d. Set a Public Hearing date for the 2 nd Reading (if needed)
7. Discussion/Action – Resolution No. 19-02 Adopting FY2020 Budget
8. Discussion/Action – Resolution No. 19-03 Authorizing FY20 Budgeted Transfers
9. Discussion/Action – Resolution No. 19-04 Establishing Additional Rules and Regulations
on the Temporary Rental of Waste Dumpsters

10. Discussion/Action – Resolution No. 19-05 Amending the Employee Handbook Regarding
Performance Reviews
11. Discussion/Action – Resolution No. 19-06 Authorizing the Write Off of Bad Debt for
Property Address 420 State Street
12. Discussion/Action – Resolution No. 19-07 Authorizing the Write Off of Debt for Property
Address 611 Douglas Avenue and Parcel #891902409002
13. Discussion/Action – Approve Liquor License for Casey’s General Store #1921
14. Discussion/Action – Approve Appointment of Board, Commission, and Committee
Members
a. Sharese Willems – Pool Committee – Term effective 3/13/19, expires 12/31/21 – to
fill vacancy left by Jesse Oelmann
b. Barb Kreimeyer – Historical Perservation Commission – Term effective 3/13/19,
expires 7/9/19 – to fill a vacancy
15. Discussion/Action – Approve Payments to Hydro Klean for Cleaning and Televising of
Storm Sewer Lines
16. Discussion/Action – Approve Payment to Clouser Plumbing for Valve Insert
17. Discussion/Action – Approve Settlement with Cahoy Pump Service, Inc.
18. Discussion/Action – Accept Geode Environmental Contract Agreement
19. Discussion/Possible Action – Residential Parking Restrictions
20. Discussion/Possible Action – Fencing for Main Street Buildings
21. Discussion/Possible Action – Payment Processing Options (credit/debit cards & eChecks)
22. Discussion/Possible Action – FFA Farm Lease
23. Discussion/Possible Action – NLC Service Line Warranty Program
24. Discussion/Possible Action – Health Insurance
25. Discussion/Possible Action – Hotel Feasibility Study
26. Discussion/Possible Action – Nuisance Properties
a. 420 State. St. .
b. 702 1 st Ave.
27. Discussion/Possible Action – Angela De La Riva, Economic Development Director

a. Director’s Report/City Updates
b. 626 Main St. Remodel Project
c. Sale of Industrial Park Lot
d. Revolving Loan Fund
28. Discussion/Possible Action – Lee Gallentine, City Engineer
a. Sanitary Sewer Continuing Improvement Plan
b. Storm Sewer
c. City Hall ADA Access
d. 2019 Water Main Project
i. Set Public Hearing
e. North Franklin Street Bridge
f. Industrial Park Plat
g. Building Permits
29. Discussion/Possible Action – City Clerk/Deputy Clerk Old Business Updates & Comments
a. Agreements with Surrounding Counties Regarding Parking Tickets (Deputy Clerk)
b. Insurance Dividend (Clerk)
30. Discussion/Possible Action – Mayor/Council Old Business Updates
a. City Hall Heating/Cooling & Lighting (Crawford)
b. Siren Conversation & Funding (Mayor)
c. Assessment of Main Street Building Expenses (Harms/Wessels)
31. Mayoral & Council Comments
32. Public Comments (State Name & Address, Limited to 5 minutes, Council cannot take
action)
33. Adjournment

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