CITY OF MARSHALLTOWN
COUNCIL AGENDA
CITY HALL COUNCIL CHAMBERS
10 W STATE STREET
SEPTEMBER 14, 2020, 5:30 PM

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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

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

Mayor, Council and Administrator Comments

1.

YEARS OF SERVICE MPD - AUGUST

Kiel Stevenson - 15 yrs
Bradley Mauseth - 15 yrs
Logan Wolf - 5 yrs
2.

PROCLAMATION - LATINO & HISPANIC HERITAGE MONTH

F.

Consent Agenda

1.

APPROVE MINUTES AUGUST 24, 2020 AND BILL LIST $4,169,666.88

2.

Civil Service List

Police Officer New Hire List
3.

APPOINT THOMAS MACK TO THE WATER BOARD

4.

APPROVE LIQUOR LICENSE RENEWALS

ALDI, INC. #43, 2405 S CENTER ST
KWIK STAR #394, 2500 S CENTER ST
5.

APPROVE TREE TRIMMER LICENSES

Dickie's Tree Service & Landscape
Integrity Services
J and A Construction
Thorp Logging & Landclearing
Wolfe Creek Stump Removal
6.

APPROVE AGREEMENT FOR HAZARDOUS LIMB REMOVAL & CLEARING OF CITY PARK TREES WITH THORP SAWMILL AND PALLET

7.

Receipt of Building Permit Report, July & August 2020

Documents:
  1. 0720.pdf
  2. 0820.pdf
8.

RESOLUTION 2020-251 AUTHORIZING THE CITY TO SUBMIT AN US ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY (EPA) BROWNFIELDS ASSESSMENT GRANT

10.

RESOLUTION 2020-253 REQUESTING REIMBURSEMENT FROM THE IOWA COVID-19 GOVERNMENT RELIEF FUND

11.

RESOLUTION 2020-254 ACCEPTING A BID OF $124,272 FROM CIRO DILORIO MASONRY AND LANDSCAPING FOR THE REPAIR OF THE CITY HALL ROOF TORNADO DAMAGE

12.

RESOLUTION 2020-255 ACCEPTING AN OFFER OF $135,001 FROM ROSEMONT COMPANIES LLC FOR THE PURCHASE OF CITY-OWNED LAND ALONG EAST SOUTHRIDGE ROAD

13.

RESOLUTION 2020-256 APPROVING CONTRACT CHANGE ORDER #1 FOR TREE GRINDING PROJECT #WIND20001 AN INCREASE OF $500,000.00

G.

Motions

1.

APPROVE NEW MIDNIGHT BALLROOM LIQUOR LICENSE-PENDING LICENSE IS SUBMITTED TO LOCAL AUTHORITY BEFORE 9/25/20

5-day License with premise change from Central Iowa Fair to the Midnight Ballroom to hold a Rodeo event at the fairgrounds on Saturday, September 26, 2020.
H.

Reports

I.

Resolutions

1.

Resolution 2020-257 Authorizing the Issuance of $9,590,000 General Obligation Corporate Purpose and Refunding Bonds, Series 2020A, and Providing for the Levy of Taxes to Pay the Same

2.

Resolution 2020-258 Authorizing the Issuance of $2,030,000 Taxable General Obligation Airport Improvement Bonds, Series 2020B, and Providing for the Levy of Taxes to Pay the Same

J.

Ordinances

K.

Discussion

2.

Discussion of Incentives for New Fareway Store

3.

Discussion of MPD Portable Radio Upgrade Project-Request for $225,000.00

Discussion Item
4.

Discussion of MPD & YSS Pilot Project, Social Services Embedded into PD Response Efforts-Request for $25,000.00

Discussion Item
5.

Discussion of 2019A GO Bond Proceeds

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.

Adjourn

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

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