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City Council Meeting Agenda 4-9-2019

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Granger City Council Agenda

April 10, 2019 – 7 p.m.

City Hall, 1906 Main Street

 

  1. Roll Call
  2. Consent Agenda—Approval of Agenda; Approve March 13, 2019, Meeting Minutes; Library Report; Treasurer Report; Clerk Report;
  3. Public Forum
  4. David and Dannelle Thompson – request for waiver of sewer charges resulting from water hose left on at 2414 White Oak Lane
  5. Bob Gross – request for waiver of sewer charges resulting from downstairs toilet running at 1910 Main Street
  6. 2015 Urban Water Quality Initiative and Oxley Creek Project maintenance contracts
    1. Engineer’s Report
    2. Action to accept low quotation for 3-year maintenance of Oxley Creek Project native plantings and award contract to Iowa Restorations of Van Meter for $4,200
    3. Action to accept low quotation for 3-year maintenance of Urban Water Quality Initiative native plantings and award contract to Iowa Restorations of Van Meter for $4,200
  7. 2015 Urban Water Quality Initiative
  8. Engineer’s Report
  9. Action to accept surety’s settlement proposal or to direct surety to complete and project and undertake required remedial work
  10. Discussion and possible action to accept low quotation for completion and remedial work and award contract to EOR Iowa, LLC of Boone for $76,000
  11. Discussion and possible action to accept low quotation for seeding and award contract to EOR Iowa, LLC of Boone for $14,000
  12. Wastewater Treatment Plant Equalization Basis Diversion Sewer-Report
  13. Capital Improvement Plan – discussion
  14. City Engineer – Reports on any other projects and matters
  15. Action on Ordinance No. 379 – amending the Code of Ordinances by adding a chapter titled “Industrial Property Exemptions”, first reading
  16. Action to set public hearing on amendment to FY 2018-2019 City Budget for 7 p.m. on May 8, 2019
  17. Public Works Report
  18. Action to approve text of and mailing of proposed letter to residents about ice pigging of water mains May 6 to 15
  19. Discussion and possible action to purchase door hangers for additional notice of ice pigging
  20. Police Report
  21. Action to accept resignation of Donovan Hocking
  22. Action to authorize Chris Knouse to extend his working hours to 30 hours a week until June 30, 2019, effective immediately
  23. Action to hire Joe Cox as part-time police officer effective immediately
  24. Fire Department Report
  25. EMS Department Report
  26. Parks and Recreation Report
    1. Discussion and possible action on community center rental reduction for Julie Stanger
    2. Action to approve concession stand manager job description
  27. Report – Finance Committee – Bice and Schutt
  28. Approval of Bills for Payment
  29. Mayor’s Report
    1. Action to approve registration for Mayor or Council member for SMART Economic and Community Development Conference, May 9th – $85 fee
  30. Correspondence
  31. Adjournment

Kristy Trzeciak, City Clerk