CITY OF LOGAN CITY COUNCIL MEETING 108 W. 4th STREET July 26, 2022 At 6:00 P.M. Mayor McDonald called the meeting to order. Agenda item 2 was the Pledge of Allegiance. Agenda item 3 was roll call. …

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CITY OF LOGAN CITY COUNCIL MEETING 108 W. 4th STREET July 26, 2022 At 6:00 P.M. Mayor McDonald called the meeting to order. Agenda item 2 was the Pledge of Allegiance. Agenda item 3 was roll call. Council Members Hinkel, Fisher and Mayor McDonald were present and Council Member Moss was present by phone. Agenda item 4 was to approve the agenda. Motion was made by Fisher and seconded by Hinkel to approve the agenda. 3 ayes. Agenda item 5 was to approve the consent agenda which consisted of approving the minutes of the July 11th, 2022 regular meeting and public hearing, set a date of August 8th, 2022 for the next regular council meeting, approve the claims register, and approve building permits for: Thomas Shutt, 310 N. 3rd Ave., remodel bathroom. Motion was made by Hinkel and seconded by Fisher to approve the consent agenda. 3 ayes. Agenda item 6 was to approve Resolution 22-32: A resolution designating the official newspaper of publication as the Missouri Valley Times News. Motion was made by Hinkel and seconded by Moss to approve Resolution 22-32: A resolution designating the official newspaper of publication as the Missouri Valley Times News. 3 ayes. Agenda item 7 was to approve a lender for the General Obligation Property Acquisition Loan. The Council had two quotes from Logan State Bank and Community Bank. The interest rates were both 4.75% and the Community Bank quote was for a fixed interest for the life of the loan and the Logan State Bank quote was for a 5-year fixed rate and then variable at the current rate at that time. Motion was made by Hinkel and seconded by Fisher to approve a quote for a General Obligation Property Acquisition Loan from Community Bank with two equal payments a year. 3 ayes. Agenda item 8 was to approve closing 4th Avenue from 7th St. to 6th St. for the Firefly Festival on Friday, August 5th from 4:30 P.M. to 12:00 A.M. Motion was made by Fisher and seconded by Hinkel to approve closing 4th Ave. from 7th St. to 6th St. for the Firefly Festival on Friday, August 5th from 4:30 pm to 12:00 am. 3 ayes. Agenda item 9 was to approve Resolution 22-33: A resolution authorizing the transfer of funds from the FEMA Fund to the General Fund to close out the FEMA project fund. Motion was made by Hinkel and seconded by Moss to approve Resolution 22-33: A resolution authorizing the transfer of funds from the Fema Fund to the General Fund. 3 ayes. Agenda item 10 was to approve pay estimate #1 in the amount of $87,347.75 to Carley Construction, LLC for the 2022 Street Improvements Project. Craig Beedle of V&K was present to review the ongoing street project. This pay app is for primarily underground work to date. He stated they will be pouring concrete soon at 6th St. and 5th Ave., then will move to 3rd Ave. to work on the curbs. It will probably be after Labor Day before Western Engineering does the asphalt paving he stated but Carley Construction believes they are still on track for an October 1st completion date. Motion was made by Fisher and seconded by Moss to approve pay estimate #1 in the amount of $87,347.75 to Carley Construction, LLC for the 2022 Street Improvements Project. 3 ayes. Agenda item 11 was to discuss allowing the property at 2703 Hwy. 127 to hook on to the City sewer system. It was discussed that the property is selling and has failed a septic system inspection. Since the County has a provision in their code that any property within 200’ of a city sewer system must hook on to the city sewer system, the request for a permit from the County was not granted at this time. The City has a provision in the city code that states all properties hooked up to City sewer must be in the City limits. There is a provision however, that allows a property owner to petition the Council to allow a hook up to City sewer based upon terms and conditions stipulated by resolution of the Council. The Council discussed future plans for annexation of property adjacent to this particular property as well as one other house and agreed that the two homes should have been annexed into city limits long ago, when other properties bordering these homes were annexed into the City. The Council stated they would entertain a request from the property owner to allow a hook up to City sewer with the stipulation that they will agree to annex in the future when the City annexes other adjacent property. No vote taken. Agenda item 12 was the Clerk’s report. Agenda item 13 was citizen’s questions/comments. There were none. CLAIMS Harr Co Rec, Utilities $250.27 Windstream, Telephone $865.04 LSB Payroll Taxes, Payroll Taxes $5,649.40 Logan Herald Observer, Publishing $333.42 Hygienic Laboratory, Tests $60.50 The Office Stop, Supplies $409.76 Mid American Energy, Utilities $294.68 Logan Water Department, Deposit Refund $44.70 Loftus Heating, A/C Repair $172.79 Winnelson Co, Hydrant/Water Parts $5,121.88 USA Blue Book, Supplies $269.00 IA Assoc Of Municipal Uti, Dues $693.16 Acco, Chemicals $337.00 Principal Life, Insurance $224.79 Verizon Wireless, Air Card/Phone $121.48 Angela Winther, 2022 Health Ins Deductible $1,000.00 CHI Health, Physical/Peterson $158.00 Sams Club, Concessions $448.26 Carley Construction, 2022 Streets/Pay Est 1 $87,347.75 Counsel Office & Document, Copier $40.22 Keizer Detailing, Cleaning Services $525.00 Echo Electric Supply, Breaker $75.94 Moores Dustin, Reimburse Fencing/Lagoon $456.97 Thinkspaceit, Firewall/It Services $205.00 Visa, Concessions/Supplies $2,051.66 Avesis, Insurance $75.86 Reed's Service LLC, Tires/JD Mower $174.70 R & S Waste Disposal, Trash Service $127.05 Wellmark Health Ins, Health Insurance $4,415.79 GIS Benefits, Dental Insurance $271.47 UPS, Shipping $111.47 Bucy Evelyn, Food Reimburse $109.88 Huff Tire Inc., Repair Tire/Loader $334.00 Vanwall Equipment, Repair Jd Mower $594.59 Baker & Taylor, Books $5.08 Microfilm, Rental/Canon Ms400 $30.00 Cogdill Farm Supply, Fencing/Lagoon $637.87 Iowa Division Of Labor, Operating Permit Fee $175.00 American Express, Books $497.14 Bob Brown Trucking, Haul Rock/Storm Sewer S 1st $180.00 Dobbs Daniella, Deposit Refund $55.30 Knights Of Columbus, Concessions $88.20 Total $115,040.07 Payroll Thru 07/21/2022 $20,835.49 Claims Total $135,875.56 Fund Summary, General Fund Fund $21,732.85 Library Fund $1,399.80 Road Use Fund $5,130.94 Employee Benefit Fund $2,460.13 Capital Proj Paving Fund $87,347.75 Water Fund $11,635.96 Sewer Fund $5,168.13 Self-Insurance Fund $1,000.00 Total $135,875.56 Agenda item 14 was to adjourn. Motion was made by Hinkel and seconded by Fisher to adjourn. 3 ayes. Angela Winther, City Clerk/Administrator Attest: Clinton McDonald, Mayor MVTN 8-3-22

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