CITY OF MARSHALLTOWN
COUNCIL AGENDA
CITY HALL COUNCIL CHAMBERS
10 W STATE STREET
MARCH 8, 2021, 5:30 PM

GO-TO MEETING Mon, Mar 8, 2021 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM (CST)

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A.

Notice to Public

The Mayor and City Council welcome comment from the public during discussion of any of the agenda items.  You are required to step to the microphone, state your name and address for the record and to limit the time used to present your remarks 3 minutes or less in order that others may be given the opportunity to speak.  All speakers shall speak clearly and direct their comments to the Mayor and City Council and not to any Councilor specifically.  It is at the discretion of the Mayor and Council to respond to specific questions and comments or to have staff respond during the meeting.
B.

Call to Order

Mayor Joel T.S. Greer
C.

Pledge of Allegiance

D.

Roll Call

Gowdy, Hoop, Isom, Ladehoff, Martin, Thompson, Wirin
E.

Mayor, Council and Administrator Comments

1.

Years of Service - November and December

Years of Service – November

Attending and Being Recognized:
Curtis Raue - 10 years
Josh Warnell - 10 years
Esmeralda Armas - 5 years
Diana Steiner - 5 years

Not able to make it:
Brenda Welton - 30 years
Jim Trowbridge - 20 years
Dave Daters - 10 years
Ted Smith - 10 years
Rick Weitzell - 10 years


Years of Service – December

Attending and Being Recognized:
Geri Larson - 25 years
Cody Schmidt - 5 years
Wyatt Shelangoski - 5 years
Tanner Hunt - 5 years

Not able to make it:
Bob Ranson - 25 years
Eric Siemens - 10 years


F.

Consent Agenda

1.

APPROVE MINUTES 02/22/21 MEETING AND BILL LIST $908,806.67

2.

APPROVE LIQUOR LICENSE RENEWAL-HY-VEE FOOD & DRUGSTORE, 802 S CENTER ST

3.

RE-APPOINT RAYMOND STARKS TO THE BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT

4.

RESOLUTION 2021-048 AUTHORIZING THE CITY OF MARSHALLTOWN TO SUBMIT A GRANT APPLICATION TO THE STATE OF IOWA, GOVERNOR’S TRAFFIC SAFETY BUREAU, STATE AND COMMUNITY HIGHWAY SAFETY GRANT APPLICATION, CONTRACT PERIOD OCTOBER 1, 2021 – SEPTEMBER 30, 2022

5.

RESOLUTION 2021-049 APPROVING CONTRACT CHANGE ORDER #1 FOR 4TH STREET & MEADOW LANE STORM SEWER ENHANCEMENT PROJECT #SMW17001, A DECREASE OF $112,140.00

6.

RESOLUTION 2021-050 AUTHORIZING AN AGREEMENT BETWEEN BRINDLEE MOUNTAIN FIRE APPARATUS AND THE CITY OF MARSHALLTOWN FOR THE ADVERTISING AND SALE OF A 1992 PIERCE AERIAL FIRE TRUCK AND A 2004 PIERCE PUMPER

8.

RESOLUTION 2021-052 DIRECTING THE DISTRIBUTION OF SALE PROCEEDS FROM THE SALE OF LOTS IN THE SOUTHRIDGE ESTATES SUBDIVISION

9.

RESOLUTION 2021-053 APPROVING QUOTE AND AWARD TO NIKKEL & ASSOCIATES INC. FOR THE UPGRADING OF VOLTAGE FOR WATER POLLUTION CONTROL PLANT IN THE CITY OF MARSHALLTOWN, IOWA, IN THE AMOUNT OF $47,330.00

G.

Motions

1.

MOTION TO APPROVE BEER GARDEN AT RIVERVIEW PARK FOR THE MIDWEST ANNUAL PARANORMAL SYMPOSIUM 8/20/21-8/22/21

City Ordinance 93.007 Alcoholic Beverages, (2) Beer gardens as permitted by the Park and Recreation Department, with City Council approval.


H.

Reports

1.

MARSHALL COUNTY ARTS & CULTURE ALLIANCE UPDATE

Amber Danielson, Executive Director
I.

Resolutions

1.

RESOLUTION 2021-054 SELECTING PURCHASER FOR SEWER REVENUE REFUNDING BONDS, SERIES 2021 AND AUTHORIZING REDEMPTION OF OUTSTANDING SEWER REVENUE BOND, SERIES 2015

2.

RESOLUTION 2021-055 SETTING DATE FOR A PUBLIC HEARING ON DESIGNATION OF THE MARSHALLTOWN URBAN RENEWAL AREA NO. 6 AND ON URBAN RENEWAL PLAN

3.

RESOLUTION 2021-056 SETTING PUBLIC HEARING FOR AN AMENDMENT TO THE ZONING ORDINANCE TN TRADITIONAL NEIGHBORHOOD DISTRICT

4.

RESOLUTION 2021-057 SETTING PUBLIC HEARING TO REZONE THE PROPERTY AT 412 EAST MERLE HIBBS BLVD TO CC COMMUNITY COMMERCIAL

5.

PUBLIC HEARING AND RESOLUTION 2021-058 APPROVING PLANS, SPECIFICATIONS, FORM OF CONTRACT AND COST FOR THE 6TH STREET SOFTBALL PARKING LOT IMPROVEMENTS PROJECT, IN THE CITY OF MARSHALLTOWN, IOWA, BEING PROJECT NO. PRK21001

J.

Ordinances

1.

ORDINANCE 15013 AMENDING ORDINANCE NO. 14215 TO ADD PROPERTIES TO THE LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY INCLUDED IN MARSHALLTOWN URBAN REVITALIZATION AREA NO. 2

2ND READING
1.

ORDINANCE 15014 AN ORDINANCE APPROVING THE REZONING OF 802 E. SOUTHRIDGE ROAD TO R-2A LOW DENSITY RESIDENTIAL

2ND READING - 3/8/21
3RD READING AND PUBLIC HEARING - 3/22/21
2.

ORDINANCE 15015 TO AMEND THE CODE OF ORDINANCE, CITY OF MARSHALLTOWN, IOWA BY AMENDING CHAPTER 76 TRAFFIC SCHEDULES, SCHEDULE IV STOP INTERSECTIONS

1ST READING - STAFF REQUEST WAIVER OF 2ND AND 3RD READINGS
K.

Discussion

1.

DISCUSSION - FIREWORKS FUNDING REQUEST

2.

Discussion of Vacant Building Ordinance

3.

Disposal of City Parcel Adjacent to West Merle Hibbs

L.

Public Comment

Members of the public may make comments on any item which was not on the agenda during this time.  The speaker shall approach the microphone, and state his or her name and address.  Comments shall be limited to three minutes, unless a longer comment is authorized by the Mayor.  The speaker shall direct comments to the Mayor and to the Council as a whole.  The Mayor and Councilors shall not engage in discussion or debate on items raised by members of the public, and no action may be taken on items raised in public comments in order to comply with open meetings laws.
M.

CLOSED SESSION - REAL ESTATE

Closed session pursuant to Section 21.5 subsection (1) paragraph (j) OF THE CODE OF IOWA to discuss the purchase or sale of particular real estate only where premature disclosure could be reasonably expected to increase the price the governmental body would have to pay for that property or reduce the price the governmental body would receive for that property. The City of Marshalltown has an attorney-client relationship with Attorney Roger Schoell, appointed as City Attorney on May 5, 2014, by Council Resolution #2014-047; and with Lynch Dallas P.C., by Council Resolution #2017-093, approved May 8, 2017. There may be council action by motion following the closed session if directed by the city's attorney.
N.

Adjourn

MISSION STATEMENT
The City of Marshalltown collaborates to provide a welcoming, safe, vibrant, and growing community.

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