CITY OF MARSHALLTOWN
 COUNCIL AGENDA
 CITY HALL COUNCIL CHAMBERS
 10 W STATE STREET
 JUNE 27, 2022, 5:30 PM

A.

Call to Order

NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC: The Mayor and City Council welcome comments 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 limit the time used to present your remarks to 3 minutes or less in order for others to 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.

Pledge of Allegiance

C.

Roll Call

Hoop, Isom, Kell, Ladehoff, Schneider, Thompson, Walker

D.

Mayor, Council and Administrator Comments

1.

Years of Service - June

  • Troy McGahuey, Sewer - 25 years
  • Monica Rohde-Fulton, Library - 20 years
  • Bruce Gjetley, WPCP - 15 years
  • Julie Gettler, Library - 5 years
  • Catherine Noble, Library - 5 years
  • Janelle Reeder, Engineering - 5 years
E.

Consent Agenda

1.

APPROVE MINUTES 06/13/22 MEETING AND BILL LIST $1,510,511.29

2.

APPROVE MAY 2022 FINANCIAL STATEMENTS

3.

APPROVAL OF RENEWAL APPLICATIONS FOR STATE OF IOWA RETAIL CIGARETTE, TOBACCO, NICOTINE AND VAPOR LICENSES, THROUGH 6/30/2023

  • FOOD & GAS MART, 613 N 3RD AVE
  • GREEN LEAF TOBACCO AND VAPE, 50 LAFRENTZ LANE, STE J
4.

ACCEPT TERM DATE 06/30/22 FOR ALLAN THORESON ON THE LIBRARY BOARD

5.

APPOINT ASHTYN BEEK TO THE LIBRARY BOARD, TERM 7/1/22-6/30/23

6.

REAPPOINT JUDY LINDHOLM AS THE COUNTY REPRESENTATIVE TO THE LIBRARY BOARD, TERM 7/1/22-6/30/28

Board of Supervisors approved 6/21/22.

7.

RESOLUTION 2022-166 APPROVING A CONTRACT FOR ROADWAY MAINTENANCE SERVICES AT THE IOWA HIGHWAY 14 FROM IOWA AVENUE TO WOODLAND STREET BETWEEN THE CITY OF MARSHALLTOWN, IOWA, AND THE IOWA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION CREATED PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 28E.12 OF THE IOWA CODE

8.

RESOLUTION 2022-167 APPROVING A CONTRACT FOR ROADWAY MAINTENANCE SERVICES AT THE IOWA VETERANS HOME BETWEEN THE CITY OF MARSHALLTOWN, IOWA, AND THE IOWA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION CREATED PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 28E.12 OF THE IOWA CODE

11.

RESOLUTION 2022-170 ACCEPTING AND AWARDING THE BID FOR PROVIDING SALT FOR ICE AND SNOW CONTROL FOR THE 2022-2023 FISCAL YEAR IN THE CITY OF MARSHALLTOWN, IOWA IN THE AMOUNT OF $73.98 PER TON

13.

RESOLUTION 2022-172 APPROVING AN AGREEMENT FOR SERVICES WITH THE ANIMAL RESCUE LEAGUE OF MARSHALLTOWN

14.

RESOLUTION 2022-173 APPROVING CONTRACT CHANGE ORDER #2 FOR THE 12TH AVENUE SIDEWALK PROJECT #TRL19002, A DECREASE OF $38,083.46

15.

RESOLUTION 2022-174 APPROVING ENGINEER'S STATEMENT OF COMPLETION AND ACCEPTING CONCRETE PROFESSIONALS, 12TH AVENUE SIDEWALK PROJECT, BEING PROJECT NO. TRL19002

16.

RESOLUTION 2022-175 APPROVING AN OFFER BUY AND REAL ESTATE ACCEPTANCE WITH MOYER FAMILY REAL ESTATE FOR THE SALE OF PROPERTY

17.

RESOLUTION 2022-176 APPROVING AN ELECTRIC LINE EASEMENT WITH INTERSTATE POWER AND LIGHT COMPANY AT 17 EAST STATE STREET

18.

RESOLUTION 2022-177 APPROVING AN ELECTRIC LINE EASEMENT WITH INTERSTATE POWER AND LIGHT COMPANY AT 213 EAST MAIN STREET

19.

RESOLUTION 2022-178 APPROVING AN ELECTRIC LINE EASEMENT WITH INTERSTATE POWER AND LIGHT COMPANY AT 328 SOUTH 3RD AVENUE

20.

RESOLUTION 2022-179 APPROVING A TEMPORARY CONSTRUCTION EASEMENT AGREEMENT WITH IOWA RIVER HOSPICE

22.

RESOLUTION 2022-181 APPROVING AN AMENDMENT TO THE GENERAL ADMINISTRATION AND TECHNICAL SERVICES CONTRACTS WITH REGION 6 RESOURCE PARTNERS RELATED TO CDBG GRANT 19-OT-005

F.

Reports

1.

MPACT Quarterly Update Report

G.

Resolutions

1.

RESOLUTION 2022-182 ALLOWING OPEN CONTAINERS ON PUBLIC WAYS FOR A COMMUNITY WIDE EVENT

1.

MOTION TO APPROVE CHANGE OF PREMISE FOR FRIENDS OF THE ORPHEUM LIQUOR LICENSE

Transfer license to City parking lot at Church St and 1st Avenue for Live After 5 concert series on 7/1, 7/8, 7/15, 7/22, 7/30.

3.

PUBLIC HEARING ON PROPOSAL TO ENTER INTO A SEWER REVENUE LOAN AND DISBURSEMENT AGREEMENT

4.

PUBLIC HEARING ON PROPOSAL TO ENTER INTO AN ESSENTIAL PURPOSE LOAN AGREEMENT

5.

PUBLIC HEARING ON PROPOSAL TO ENTER INTO AN GENERAL PURPOSE LOAN AGREEMENT

1.

RESOLUTION 2022-185 TAKING ADDITIONAL ACTION ON PROPOSAL TO ENTER INTO A GENERAL OBLIGATION LOAN AGREEMENTS, COMBINING LOAN AGREEMENTS, AND REPURPOSING BOND PROCEEDS

6.

PUBLIC HEARING AND RESOLUTION 2022-186 PROVIDING FOR THE CONVEYANCE AND TRANSFER OF TITLE OF 2.43 ACRES OF LAND TO THE MARSHALLTOWN YMCA

7.

PUBLIC HEARING AND RESOLUTION 2022-187 PROVIDING FOR THE CONVEYANCE AND TRANSFER OF TITLE OF 5.70 ACRES OF LAND TO THE FISHER GOVERNOR FOUNDATION

8.

PUBLIC HEARING AND RESOLUTION 2022-188 PROVIDING FOR THE CONVEYANCE AND TRANSFER OF TITLE FOR 105 WEST WEBSTER STREET FROM THE CITY OF MARSHALLTOWN, IOWA TO MARIO ALCOCER

9.

PUBLIC HEARING AND RESOLUTION 2022-189 PROVIDING FOR THE CONVEYANCE AND TRANSFER OF TITLE FOR 4 AND 6 W GRANT STREET FROM THE CITY OF MARSHALLTOWN, IOWA TO K.K.H., LLC

H.

Discussion

3.

DISCUSSION - Funding For Splash Pad Design

I.

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.
J.

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.

K.

Adjournment